United States Congressional Serial Set

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1912
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
 

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Contents

Massachusetts 2735
27
Rhode Island 3538
35
Connecticut 3841
38
New York 4249
42
New Jersey 4953
49
Pennsylvania 5458
54
Ohio 58
58
Illinois 6467
64
Indiana 6871
68
Michigan 7275
72
Wisconsin 7579
75
Maryland 7983
79
North Carolina 83
83
Georgia 84
84
Florida 85
85
Louisiana 8688
86
Legal age prohibited employments and working papers 89155
89
Introduction 9193
91
Maine 9496
94
Massachusetts 97102
97
Rhode Island 102105
102
Connecticut 105108
105
New York 108113
108
New Jersey 113116
113
Pennsylvania 116119
116
Ohio 119123
119
Illinois 123128
123
Indiana 128131
128
Michigan 131135
131
Wisconsin 135139
135
Maryland 139142
139
North Carolina 142145
142
Georgia 145150
145
Florida 150152
150
Louisiana 152155
152
Introduction
221
Introduction 231233
231
Rhode Island 242244
242
New Jersey 249252
249
Ohio 255257
255
Michigan 263
263
Safeguards against fireConcluded Page
269
Introduction
279
Maine 289
289
New York 295299
295
Ohio 302305
302
Michigan 308
308
Florida
314
Dangers connected with elevators and protective measures 320324
320
Rhode Island 328331
328
New Jersey 334335
334
Safeguarding of elevatorsConcluded Page Indiana 339
339
Michigan 340
340
Wisconsin 342
342
Maryland 343
343
North Carolina
344
Georgia
345
Louisiana
346
Reporting of accidents 347379
347
Introduction 349351
349
Maine
351
Rhode Island 353355
353
Connecticut 355
355
New York 356360
356
New Jersey 361
361
Pennsylvania 362364
362
Ohio 364368
364
Illinois 368
368
Indiana 371373
371
Michigan 373
373
Wisconsin 374
374
Maryland
378
Louisiana
379
Provisions for the comfort of employees 381434
381
Introduction 383386
383
Maine 386388
386
Massachusetts 389392
389
Rhode Island 392395
392
Connecticut 395398
395
New York 398401
398
New Jersey 402404
402
Pennsylvania 404407
404
Obio 407410
407
Illinois 411413
411
Indiana 413416
413
Michigan 416420
416
Wisconsin 420424
420
Maryland 424426
424
North Carolina 426428
426
Georgia 428
428
Florida 429
429
Louisiana 431434
431
Massachusetts and Michigan
434
Ohio 470_473
470
Illinois 474476
474
Indiana 476481
476
Michigan 481484
481
Wisconsin 485491
485
Maryland 491495
491
North Carolina 495
495
Georgia 497
497
Florida 498
498
Louisiana 500503
500
General Tables 505651
505
Number of employees by sex and by age groups hours of labor lunch period and overtime worked 507523
507
Posting of schedule of hours of labor posting of laws and regis ters of children etc 524529
524
Character of building means of escape and firefighting apparatus 530561
530
Machinery and eleva tors 562589
562
Washroom facilities dress ing rooms rest rooms seats for females lunch rooms and waterclosets 590615
590
Cleanliness of workrooms spitting on floors and drinking water 616627
616
Fresh air supply and removal of dust and fumes from workrooms 628651
628
Appendix A Laws relating to the employment of women and children in force January 1 1912 653856
653
Alabama 655658
655
Arizona 658
658
Arkansas 659662
659
California 662668
662
Colorado 668675
668
Connecticut 676680
676
Delaware 680684
680
District of Alaska
684
Florida 689
689
Georgia 691693
691
Hawaii
693
Illinois 695702
695
Indiana 702705
702
Iowa 705707
705
Kansas 707709
707
Kentucky 709713
709
Louisiana 713719
713
Maine 719723
719
Maryland 723729
723
Massachusetts 730738
730
Michigan 738743
738
Minnesota 743749
743
Mississippi 749
749
Missouri 750755
750
force January 1 1912Concluded Page Montana 756759
756
Nebraska 759765
759
Nevada
765
New Jersey 770776
770
New York 776787
776
North Carolina 787789
787
North Dakota 789792
789
Ohio 793800
793
Oklahoma 800803
800
Oregon 804807
804
Pennsylvania 807819
807
Porto Rico 819
819
Rhode Island 820824
820
South Carolina 824826
824
South Dakota 826
826
Tennsessee 827831
827
Texas 831
831
Utah 832834
832
Vermont 834836
834
Virginia 836838
836
Washington 838841
838
West Virginia 841844
841
Wisconsin 844855
844
Wyoming
856
Appendix B Laws relating to the regulation and inspection of factories
857
workshops in force January 1 1912 8571107
859
Arizona
860
Colorado 863870
863
Connecticut 870877
870
Delaware
877
District of Columbia 878880
878
Georgia 880
880
Hawaii
881
Illinois 882901
882
Indiana 901911
901
Iowa 911917
911
Kansas 917921
917
Kentucky 921923
921
Louisiana 923
923
Maine 924927
924
Maryland 927933
927
Massachusetts 933954
933
Michigan 954961
954
Minnesota 961966
961
Mississippi 966
966
Missouri 967975
967
Montana 975978
975
Nebraska 978984
978
workshops in force January 1 1912Concluded Page
985

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Page 781 - The notice may also be served by post by a registered letter addressed to the person on whom it is to be served at his last known place of residence or place of business; and, if served by post shall be deemed to have been served at the time when a letter containing the same would be delivered in the ordinary course of post...
Page 793 - Every person, firm, or corporation employing females in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile establishment in this state, shall provide suitable seats for the use of the females so employed, and shall permit the use of such seats by them when they are not necessarily engaged in the active duties for which they are employed.
Page 859 - ... hundred dollars, and may also be imprisoned in the county jail or sentenced to hard labor for the county for not more than six months.
Page 777 - ... 2. To employ, elsewhere than in a city of the first class or a city of the second class, in a factory or mercantile establishment, business or telegraph office, restaurant, hotel, apartment house...
Page 697 - An age and schooling certificate shall be approved only by the superintendent of schools or by a person authorized by him in writing, or, where there is no superintendent of schools, by a person authorized by the school...
Page 837 - ... shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof in any court of competent jurisdiction shall be liable to a fine therefor in a sum not to exceed twenty-five dollars with costs in the discretion of the court.
Page 715 - This certificate belongs to [name of child in whose behalf it is drawn] , and is to be surrendered to [him or her] whenever [he or she] leaves the service of the corporation or employer holding the same...
Page 768 - ... own employment, or the employment of a firm or corporation of which he is a member, officer or employee. The person approving the certificate shall have authority to administer the oath provided for therein, but no fee shall be charged therefor.
Page 688 - Every employer shall post in a conspicuous place in every room where such minors are employed, a printed notice stating the hours required of them each day of the week, the hours of commencing and stopping work, and the hours when the time or times allowed for dinner or for other meals begins and ends.
Page 812 - ... for such school record and is able to read and write simple sentences in the English language, and has received during such period instruction in reading, spelling, writing, English grammar and geography and is familiar with the fundamental operations of arithmetic up to and including fractions.

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