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Walthamstow 1909

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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4.—REGISTERED WORKSHOPS.

Workshops on the Register (s. 131) at the end of 1908.Number.
Private Workshops71
Outworkers' Workshops90
Men's Workshops70
Laundries48
Domestic Workshops110
Bakehouses56
Total Number of Workshops on Register445
5.—OTHER MATTERS.
Class.Number.
Matters notified to H.M. Inspectors of Factories:—
Failure to affix Abstract of the Factory and Workshop Act (s. 133)25
Action taken in matters referred by H.M. Inspectors as remediable under the Public Health Acts, but not under the Factory and Workshop Act (s.5).Notified by H.M. Inspector2
Reports (of action taken) sent to H.M.Inspectors2
Other-
Underground Bakehouses (s.101) :—
Certificates granted during 1908
In use at the end of 19086
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Note.—The Factory and Workshop Act, 1901 (s. 132), requires the Medical Officer of Health in
his Annual Report to the District Council to report specifically on the administration of that Act
in workshops and workplaces, and to send a copy of his Annual Report, or so much of it as deals
with this subject, to the Secretary of State (Home Office). If the Annual Report is presented
otherwise than in print, it is unnecessary to include in the copy sent to the Home Office the
portions which do not relate to factories, workshops, laundries, workplaces or homework. The
duties of Local Authorities and the Medical Officer of Health under the Act of 1901 are detailed
in the Home Office Memorandum of December, 1904. A further Memorandum, on the Home
Work Provisions of the Factory Act, was issued to all District Councils and Medical Officers of
Health in October, 1906.


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