The Public Health (london) Act, 1891..

MACMORRAN, ALEXANDER..

Bound in original brown cloth, gilt; boards with blind stamped borders and block of publisher's device on rear board. Publisher's advertisements on both endpapers. Light wear to extremities, but otherwise a very good clean copy. Inscription of Sir George D. Harris, Chairman Sanitary Committee Paddington, on first free endpapers.

£30.00

Publisher

Shaw and Sons, Fetter Lane and Crane Court, E. Law Printers and Publishers.,

Place

London

Date

1891

Synopsis

With introduction, notes, and index.

Item Description

8vo. 5.25 x 7.25 inches. xli + [i] + 306 pp + [76] pp. index.

Illustrations

Illustrated by table.

Notes

Public health law as it applied to the metropolis in a legal guide to the provisions of the 1891 Act by Alexander Macmorran (1852-1933), Barrister of the Middle Temple. It covers nuisances and offensive trades, smoke, regulations for workshops, bakehouses and dairies, refuse removal, waterclosets, water supply, infectious diseases,, lodging houses, etc. and the authorities who will enforce the Act. The text includes an index of statutes, digest of cases and a detailed index.

[Stock No. 24949]

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