|Series||British parliamentary papers, Industrial Revolution, factories -- 25., 1896 [c.8067] -- vol. 19., 1896 [c.8068] -- vol. 19., IUP library of fundamental source books|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||600 p., 7 leaves of plates (5 folded) :|
|Number of Pages||600|
Annual Report of the ~Pubnc THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS DR. WHITEE, EGGE has again produced a most interesting and valuable contribution to the literature of the Department over which he . See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. Annual report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the year Item Preview Annual report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the year by Great Britain. Factory Dept. Topics. Read am 'Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the Year , Parliamentary Papers' on the British Library's Discovering Literature website. §THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT (Mr. H. H. ASQUITH,), Fife, E. in intoducing a "Bill to amend and extend the Law relating to Factories and Workshops," said, it was a measure which covered a wide area of ground, and involved the consideration of a number of not very closely connected technical details.
the lancet the annual report of the chief inspector of factories and workshops for the year PART I. REPORTS THIRD AND CONCLUDING NOTICE.' LEAD is not only the mineral poison which causes the greatest mortality among,-t those engaged in factories and workshops, but there can be little doubt that of all metals it causes the greatest number. J THE annual report of Dr. Arthur Whitelegge, the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops, is published in the form of a Blue-book consisting of over pages. The Lancet THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS FOR THE YEAR PART I. REPORTS FIRST NOTICE. THE annual report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the year consists of (1) The general report on the factory department during the year with eight appendices which deal respectively with: (i.). Factories And Workshops Annual Report Of The Chief Inspector Of Factories And Workshops. xepo No comments.
Factories or Workshops in such a condition that any manufacturing process carried on therein cannot be so carried on without danger to health or to life or limb, may be closed by complaint of an Inspector before a Court of Summary Jurisdiction (Factories and Workshops Act, §§ 2, 5). Conference Title: Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the Year Abstract: Progress is reported in administration of the Factory Acts, to which was added during the year the Lead Paint (Protection against Poisoning) Act, , under which the house painter now receives protection to his health. The Lancet THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS FOR THE YEAR SECOND NOTICE.1 ATTENTION has been directed to a curious practice which has sprung up amongst the manufacturers of textile fabrics by which they habitually defrauded their workpeople by paying them for a smaller quantity of work than that which they actually performed. It is that for , by Alexander Redgrave, Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops. We do not propose to follow Mr. Redgrave in the order of his report. Our purpose is to consider the chief topics dealt with in this order: (1) The condition of trade. (2) Sanitation. (3) Diseases of workers. (4) Accidents. (5) Education. (6) Prosecutions.