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12 Proportional Distribution of Deaths
19
CHAPTER II
22
14 Calculation of Mean Duration of Life
23
16 Construction of Life Tables
24
17 Construction of Short Life Tables
27
18 The Construction of an Extended Life Table 80
30
CHAPTER III
35
21 Multiplication by the Spiral Rule
37
23 The Arithmometer
40
SECTION TLlAIRVENTILA TIONWARMING CHAPTER IV
47
26 The Weight of a Volume of Air
48
27 Percentage Composition of the Atmosphere
50
28 The Fixation of Carbon by Plants Maintenance of the Composition of the Atmosphere
53
29 Other Gases more or less constantly present in Air
54
30 Other Substances Floating in Air Microorganisms
56
CHAPTER V
58
33 Composition of Expired Air
60
34 The Contamination of Air by Animals
61
35 Quantity of Air Required per Head per Hour
63
36 Atmospheric Impurity from Combustion
65
37 Velocity of Air which can be Borne without Discomfort
67
38 Principles Governing Air Movement
68
39 Inlets and Outlets
69
Methods of Ventilation 40 Simple Openings
73
41 Accepted Principles to be Applied to Simple Natural Ventilation
74
43 Appliances Connected with Walls and Chimneys
76
44 Special Shafts or Tubes
77
45 Cowls and Extraction Shafts Generally
78
CHAPTER VI
79
48 Ventilation Depending on Water Power
80
CHAPTER VII
87
52 Stoves
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53 Systems Applicable for Schools and Public Buildings
90
54 The High Pressure System
91
CHAPTER VIII
95
59 Chemical Method of Estimating Organic Matter in the Air
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61 Nephelometric Methods
98
62 Pettenkofers Volumetric Method
101
63 Estimation of Carbon Monoxide CO
102
64 Sulphuretted Hydrogen
103
CHAPTER IX
104
67 Cubic Space of Rooms the Ground Plan of which is an Irregular Figure
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68 The Cube of Cylinders such as Pillars
107
69 Area of Ellipses
110
70 The Cube of Rectangular Prismoids and Frustums of Cones or Pyramids
111
71 To Find the Cubic Content of Irregular Spaces
112
METEOROLOGY
117
CHAPTER X
119
74 The Glycerin Barometer 12i
120
75 Mercurial Barometers
121
76 Reading a Mercurial Barometer
123
77 Correction of Barometer Readings
124
78 The Aneroid Barometpr
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79 Hygrometers
127
CHAPTER XI
129
81 Measurement of Rain Rain Gauges
133
82 Registration of Sunlight
136
83 Wind Anemometers
137
WATER SUPPLY
139
CHAPTER XII
141
86 Artesian Wells
142
88 Quantity of Water per Head
143
89 Catchment Areas Contour Lines Ridge Lines
144
90 Rainfall in Relation to Water Supply
145
91 General Principles of a Town Water Supply
146
92 Water Meters
147
94 Fittings for Constant Water Supply
148
CHAPTER XIII
150
97 The New River Company
151
99 The Southwark and Vauxhall Company
152
101 The Grand Junction Company
153
104 Summary of the London Water Supply
154
CHAPTER XIV
156
107 Examination and Analysis of Water
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109 Microscopical and Biological Methods
158
110 Qualitative Examination of Water
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111 Quantitative Chemical Examination
163
112 Solutions Required for the Analysis
164
113 The Operation of Weighing
165
114 Relation between the Litre and the Gallon
166
115 Solid Residue
167
117 Chlorine
169
119 Hardness
170
120 Alkalinity
171
122 Classification of Natural Waters and the Interpretation of a Chemical Analysis
172
123 Interpretation of an Analysis
173
124 Purification and Softening of Water
175
DRAINSSEWERSSEWAGE DISPOSAL CHAPTER XV
181
126 Brick Drains and their Defects
182
127 Varieties of Drain Pipes
185
128 Fall of House Drains
186
129 General Method of House Drainiige
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130 Traps
188
131 The Water Seal
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132 Examples of Traps
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133 Grease Traps
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135 Special Drain Tests
193
CHAPTER XVI
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137 The Flushing of Sewers
196
138 Dead Ends of Sewers
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140 The Shape and Construction of Sewers
198
141 Capacity of Sewers
200
142 Steep Gradients
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144 Storage Sewage Reservoirs
202
147 The Outfall of Sewers
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CHAPTER XVII
205
150 General Principle of the Metropolitan Sewer System
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151 Northern Interception
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152 Southern Interception
208
153 Arrangements at the Main Outfalls
211
CHAPTER XVIII
216
155 Head of Water
219
156 KuttersFormula
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221 Tin Plat Manufacture
221
CHAPTER XIX
223
158 Chemical Processes for the Treatment of Sewage
225
159 Composition of Sewage
226
160 General Reactions on the addition of Lime Iron or Alumina
227
162 Alumina Process
228
165 Sewage Sludge
229
Special Systems of Sewerage 167 The Shone System
230
169 The Treatment of Sewage by Electrolysis
231
171 The Pail System
232
172 Water Closets
233
173 Soil Pipes 236
236
NUISANCES
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CHAPTER XX
241
175 Leading Cases as to Nuisance
243
176 Nuisances under the 91st Section of the Public Health Act 1875
244
177 Offensive Businesses specifically mentioned in the Public Health and Sanitary Acts
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179 Fat Melting Dip Candle Making
250
180 Bone Boiling
253
182 Manufacture of Manure
254
183 The Trade of a Fellmongei
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184 Gut Scraping Gut Spinning Preparation of Sausage Skins
256
1S5 The Boiling of Tripe
261
186 Slaughter Houses
263
187 Knackers Yards
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CHAPTER XXI
271
189 Pig Keeping
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190 Bacon Curing
273
192 Cow Keeping Dairies
274
193 Dairies Cowsheds and Milkshops Order
280
195 Leather Dressing
282
197 Glue Making
283
198 Nuisance from Fried Fish Shops
286
199 Roasting of Vegetable Substances such as Malt Chicory Coffee
287
201 Flax Retting
288
203 The Manufacture of Paper from Esparto Grass
289
206 Nuisances depending chiefly on the Production of Acrolein
290
207 The Manufacture of Coal Gas
291
208 The Manufacture of Sulphate of Ammonia and of Sal Ammoniac
293
222 Tin Burning
304
SECTION TTLDISIXFECTIOXDISIXFECTAXTS
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235 Experiments with Moist Heat
319
243 OreT Drying
326
251 The Nottingham SelfRegulating Disinfecting Appumtiw
333
The Halogens FAOI
334
254 Chlorine
336
255 Iodine 837
337
258 The Experiments of Fischer and Froskaner
343
259 Iodine Trichloride
345
260 Phenol Carbolic Acid
346
261 Cresol Cresylic Acid
347
263 Carbolic Acid Powders are Powders which should contain Free Tar Acids
348
265 Experiments on the Disinfecting Action of Phenol and Cresol on Sewage
350
266 Kochs Experiments on Phenol
351
268 Summary of the Action of Phenol and the Cresols as Disinfectants
352
271 Sulphur Dioxide Sulphurous Acid Gas
353
272 Wolfhugels Researches on the Disinfecting Properties of Sulphurous Acid Gas
354
273 Cashs Experiments on Sulphurous Acid
357
274 The Practice of Disinfection The Disinfection of the Sick Room
358
275 Disinfection of House Drains and Closets
359
ZYMOTIC MICROPARASITIC DISEASES
361
CHAPTER XXV
363
277 Acquired Immunity
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278 Classification of Microparasitic Diseases
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CHAPTER XXVI
366
280 Mortality of SmallPox
368
282 The Infection of SmallPox
369
283 The Duty of the Sanitary Authority and of its Medioal Officer in Small Pox Outbreaks
370
284 Vaccination and SmallPox
372
285 Statistics
374
286 Seasonal Prevalence 875
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287 Symptoms 376
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288 Etiology
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290 General Course of Scarlet Fever Incubation
378
291 Seasonal Prevalence of Scarlet Fever
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293 Sex and age
381
294 Sequelse and complications of Scarlet Fever
388
295 Period during which it is necessary to isolate Scarlet Fever Patients
390
296 The Connection of Scarlatina with Disease in Milch Cows
391
297 Statistics
395
299 Symptoms
396
300 Etiology of Typhus
398
301 Mortality
400
302 Seasonal Prevalence
401
303 Race
402
305 The Nazareth House Outbreak
404
306 The Isolation and Prevention of Typhus
405
CHAPTER XXVII
408
309 The Prevention of Tetanus
412
313 Duty of the Medical Officer of Health
413
I
414
316 The Middlesborough Epidemic
416
318 Pathogenic Role of the Streptococcus Lanceolatus
418
319 Streptococcus Lanceolatus in Healthy Persons
421
320 Bacteriology of the Middlesborough Pneumonia Cases
424
821 Preventive Measures 42
425
SEPTICEMIC MALADIES Erysipelas 322 Mortality from Erysipelas 426
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Diphtheria 327 Mortality from Diphtheria
429
329 Researches on the Bacteriology and Pathology of Diphtheria
431
330 The Nature of the Diphtheritic Poison
433
331 Kleins later Researches on Diphtheria
435
332 The Prevention of Diphtheria
439
333 Influence of Season on Septic Diseases
440
334 Statistics of Puerperal Mortality
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335 Bacteriology of Septic Diseases
442
337 Disinfectants in the Puerperal Condition
443
CHAPTER XXX
444
339 The Influence of Age and Sex
445
340 Probability of a Person Dying from Consumption
448
341 Influence of Occupation on Tubercle Infection
449
342 Influence of Soil
450
343 Influence of Season on Tubercle Fatality
451
345 Characteristics of the Tubercle Bacilli
452
847 The Universal Presence of the Bacilli in true Tubercle
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348 Experimental and Clinical Proofs of the Contagious Nature of Tuberculosis 4 17
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349 The Production of Tubercles in Animals by Feeding them with Tubercu lous Products
462
350 Unequal Susceptibility of different Animals to the Tubercular Infection
463
351 Giant Cells
464
352 Pathology of Tuberculosis
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354 The Pathology of Acute Miliary Tuberculosis
475
355 The Relations of Scrofula Lupus and Tuberculosis
476
357 Propagation of Tuberculosis from consuming the Flesh of Tuberculous Animals
480
358 Disinfection of Tuberculous Products
482
359 The Prevention of Tuberculosis
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CHAPTER XXXI
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362 Geographical Distribution of Malarious Tracts
488
364 Prevention of Malaria
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CHAPTER XXXII
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366 Case Mortality of Enteric Fever
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36S Seasonal Prevalence
492
369 Bacteriology of Enteric Fever
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370 Symptoms
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371 Predisposition
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373 Diagnosis of Typhoid
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375 The Ground Water Thoory
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376 Propagation of Typhoid
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377 Prevention of Typhoid
507
Asiatic Cholera 378 History of Cholera in England
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379 Epidemic of 18489
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380 Epidemic of 1854
510
381 The Broad Street Pump
511
382 Lessons learnt from the 1849 and 1854 Epidemics
512
385 The Relation of Altitude to Cholera Mortality
514
387 Symptoms 616
516
388 Postmortem Appearances
518
389 Bacteriology of Asiatic Cholera
519
390 The Bacillus of Finkler and Prior
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391 The Recognition of the Comma Bacillus by Chemical Tests
523
394 Modern Experiments on Animals with Cultivations of the Comma Bacillus
527
395 Propagation of Cholera by Water and otherwise
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396 Propagation of Cholera by Clothes soiled with the Discharges
531
397 Pettenkofers Theory
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399 Official Memorandum as to Prevention of Cholera
534
400 Order Prohibiting Importation of Rags
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402 Symptoms
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404 Predisposition
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406 General Results of Ballards Inquiry
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407 Practical Action to be taken as Preventive of Diarrhoea
553
ISOLATIOiV HOSPITALS CHAPTER XXXIII
557
410 Hospital Construction
558
412 Ventilation
559
413 Warming
560
416 Furniture
561
419 The Superintendence and Management of Hospitals
562
420 Duties of Nurses
563
423 General Regulations
564
TUB PRINCIPLES OF DIET
569
433 Digestibility of Foods
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CHAPTER XXXV
587
438 Duties of a Port Medical Officer of Health
597
444 Duties of Port Sanitary Inspector
604
CHAPTER XXXVI
611
449 The Arlford Sausage Poisoning Case
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450 Diarrhcea from Milk or CheeseTyrotoxicon
616
451 Method of Investigating Outbreaks of Diarrhoea or Illness supposed to result from Bad Food
617
CHAPTER XXXVIII
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455 Corn Cockle Seeds in Flour
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CHAPTER XXXIX
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458 Characteristics of Good Meat
623
459 The Detection of the Tuberclo Bacilli
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CHAPTER XL
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461 TrichinaeTrichinosis
627
463 Vitality of Trichina
628
466 PneumoEnteritis of the Pig
631
467 Swine Plague
632
469 Foot and Mouth Disease
633
471 Cattle Plague
634
472 Tuberculosis
635
474 Anthrax
636
475 Charbon Symptomatique
639

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