HC Deb 28 January 1902 vol 101 c1087

Address for "Return of the cases of Lead Poisoning reported as occurring in Earthenware and China works during the years 1899, 1900, 1901, showing (1) the number of cases in each month with, for purposes of comparison, the corresponding figures for all other industries under the Factory and Workshop Acts; (2) the number of cases in the several classes of works in the various processes; (3) the severity of the attacks, the number of previous attacks, and the main symptoms; (4) the number of persons suspended by the Certifying Surgeons for the Hanley, Stoke, Burslem, and Tunstall districts from working in dangerous processes in which such persons were employed (in continuation of Parliamentary Papers, Nos. 60, 61, and 126, of Session 1900)."—(Mr. Jesse Collings.)