Preliminary report of the Factory investigating commission, 1912 ... (Google eBook)
New York (State). Factory Investigating Commission, Robert Ferdinand Wagner, George Moses Price, Holbrook Fitz John Porter, Violet Leonard Pike, Pauline Dorothea Goldmark, Edward Ewing Pratt
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Page 1467 - SIR : In accordance with your request, I have the honor to submit to you the following facts in relation to the Indian tribes of the Territory known as Arizona, or the Gadsden Purchase.
Page 1380 - ... 55. Violations, how punished. Any person violating any of the provisions of this article, or any rules or regulations of the board of health or of the examining board of plumbers in any city regulating the plumbing and drainage of buildings in such city, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction, if a master plumber, shall in addition, forfeit any certificate of competency or registration, which he may hold under the provisions thereof.
Page 1379 - ... respective boards of health of each of the cities shall prescribe, and thereupon he shall be entitled to receive a certificate of such registration, provided, however, that such employing or master plumber shall at the time of applying for such registration hold a certificate of competency from an examining board of plumbers.
Page 1177 - In every factory there shall be provided at all times for the use of employees, a sufficient supply of clean and pure drinking water. Such water shall be supplied through proper pipe connections with water mains through which is conveyed the water used for domestic purposes, or, from a spring or well or body of pure water; if such drinking water be placed in receptacles in the factory, such receptacles shall be properly covered to prevent contamination and shall be thoroughly cleaned at frequent...
Page 1379 - It shall not be lawful for any person to engage in or carry on the trade, business or calling of an employing or master plumber in...
Page 1176 - Article six of chapter thirty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred and nine, entitled "An act relating to labor, constituting chapter thirty-one of the consolidated laws," is hereby amended by inserting therein * new section, to be section eighty-three-b, to read as follows: §83-b.
Page 1381 - Gordon was called as a witness, and being duly sworn, testified as follows: Examined by Mr.
Page 1548 - ... from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa., in 1891, with the degree of bachelor of arts. I received the degree of doctor of science in the same institution in 1914. I received the degree of doctor of laws from Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, in 1922. "I am a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a member of the American Institute of Consulting Engineers. "I entered the service of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1892 as draftsman, rodman, and in other capacities, and as...
Page 1378 - A person desiring or intending to conduct the trade, business or calling of a plumber or of plumbing in a city of this state as employing or master plumber...
Page 1419 - ... are known or believed to exist, and by its members or other persons designated for that purpose, inspect and examine the same. The owners, agents and occupants of any such premises shall permit such sanitary examinations to be made, and the board shall furnish such owners, agents and occupants with a written statement of the results and conclusions of any such examination.