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Walthamstow 1909

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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3.—HOME WORK.

NATURE OF WORK.1Outworkers' Lists, Section 107.Number of Inspections of Outworkers' premises.Outwork in Unwholesome Premises Section 108.Outwork in Infectep Premises, Sections 109, 110.
Lists received from Employers.Numbers of Addresses of Outworkers received from other Councils.Numbers of Addresses of Outworkers forwarded to other Councils.Prosecutions.Instances.Notices served.Prosecutions.Instances.Orders made (s. 110).Prosecutions (ss. 108, 110.
Twice in the Year.Once in the Year.Failing to keep or permit inspection of lists.Failing to send lists.
Lists.†Outworkers.†Lists.Outworkers.
(1)(2)(3)(4)(s)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)
Wearing Apparel—
(1) making, &c.241973518685260......50914......2......
(2) cleaning and washing.............................................
Lace, lace curtains and nets............1..............................
Furniture and Upholstery............21......1..................
Fur pulling.........29.........3..................
Umbrellas............15.........3..................
Paper Hags and Boxes............34.........5..................
Brush making......1262715......13..................
Stuffed Toys............2.........2..................
File making.............................................
Electro Plate.............................................
Cables and Chains.............................................
Anchors and Grapnels.............................................
Cart Gear.............................................
Locks, Latches and Keys.............................................
Total241973621294276535142
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* If an occupier gives out work of more than one ot the classes specified in column 1, and subdivides his list in such a way as to show the number
of workers in each class of work, the list should be included among those in column 2 (or 4 as the case may be) against the principal class only, but the
outworkers should be assigned in column 3 (or 5) into their respective classes. A footnote should be added to show that this has been done.
† The figures required in columns 2 and 3 are the total number of lists received from employers who sent them both in February and August as
required by the Act and of the entries of names of outworkers in those lists. They will, therefore, usually be double of the number of such employers
and (approximately) double of the number of individual outworkers whose names are given, since in the February and August lists of the same
employer the same outworker's name will often be repeated.
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