HC Deb 08 December 1920 vol 135 c2367

In Section one hundred and eighty-nine of the Public Health Act 1875 (which gives power to urban authorities to appoint certain officers) the words "sanitary inspector or sanitary inspectors" shall be substituted for the words "inspector of nuisances."


I beg to move at the beginning of the Clause to insert (1) The persons now known as inspectors of nuisances shall as from the commencement of this Act be called sanitary inspectors and any references in any enactment order. regulation or other document to an inspector of nuisances shall be construed accordingly. (2) This Amendment refers to an undertaking which I have given and it makes clear the title of the new sanitary inspectors set out in Clause 13. There is really no substantial alteration.

Amendment agreed to.