Annual Report on the Statistics of Labor

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Page 366 - In the case of a- child who cannot read at sight and write legibly simple -sentences in the English language...
Page 365 - ... and keeps two complete lists of all such children employed therein, one on file and one conspicuously posted near the principal entrance of the building in which such children are employed.
Page 366 - English language, while a public evening school is maintained in the town or city in which such minor resides, unless such minor Is a regular attendant at such evening school...
Page 365 - No such child shall be employed in any work performed for wages or other compensation, to whomsoever payable, during the hours when the public schools of the...
Page 360 - Every room or apartment In which garments or articles of wearing apparel are made, altered, repaired or finished shall be kept In a cleanly condition and shall be subject to the inspection and examination of the inspectors of the district police for the purpose of ascertaining whether said room or apartment or said garments or articles of wearing apparel or any parts thereof are clean and free from vermin and from infectious or contagious matter.
Page 365 - No child under fourteen years of age shall be employed in any manner before the hour of six o'clock in the morning or after the hour of seven o'clock in the evening.
Page 365 - An age and schooling certificate shall not be approved unless satisfactory evidence is furnished by the last school census, the certificate of birth or baptism...
Page 366 - This certificate belongs to [name of minor 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 367 - Truant officers may visit the factories, workshops and mercantile establishments in their several towns and cities and ascertain whether any minors are employed therein contrary to the provisions of this act, and they shall report any cases of such illegal employment to the school committee and to the inspector of factories. Inspectors of factories and truant officers may require that the employment certificates and lists provided...

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