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94   LAWS OF ONTARIO

whose duty it is to attend, for purposes of consultation and interchange of information with one another and the Provincial Board.

The Provincial Board of Health carries on in connection with these offices at the seat of Government a child welfare branch and an educational propaganda through exhibits at the Canadian National Exhibition and the other larger exhibitions and fall fairs through-out the Province. It also conducts laboratories to which specimens may be sent by local officers for scientific tests. The work, for which an appropriation is made year by year by the Legislature, is of immense value to the people of the Province generally.

The Board has also saved the municipal corporations large sums of money annually by the assistance and advice of sanitary engineers and other experts on such matters as water-works, sewerage, etc., the plans for which must be submitted to and approved of by the Board, as well as the source of public water supply, and the most practical, economical and effective means of the disposal of sewage. The Board is always, not only ready, but anxious to furnish


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