PREMISES AND OCCUPATIONS WHICH CAN BE
CONTROLLED BY BYELAWS OR REGULATIONS
Offensive Trade Premises.
Within the meaning of the Public Health Act there are no
offensive trade premises in the district, but there are 8 fish fryers.
There are 8 of these premises within the district and they have
been maintained in a satisfactory condition during the year.
Factories Act 1937.
Thirty-eight visits were paid to Factories, and in one instance
action was taken regarding the provision of sanitary accommodation.
Inspection of Factories and Other Premises.
1.—Inspections for Purposes of Provisions as to Health. Including Inspections made by Sanitary Inspectors.
|Premises.||Number on Register.||Number of|
|Inspections.||Written Notices.||Occupiers Prosecuted|
|(i) Factories in which Sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 are to been forced by Local Authorities||5||7||1||-|
|(ii) Factories not included in (i) in which Section 7 is enforced by the Local Authority||41||29||1||-|
|(iii) Other Premises in which Section 7 is enforced by the Local Authority (excluding Outworkers' Premises)||4||2||—||-|
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