Annual Report of Factory Inspection Made to the General Assembly, Volume 6

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E.L. Freeman Company, Printers, 1900 - Factory inspection
 

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Page 58 - The inspectors provided for by this act shall devote their whole time and attention to the duties of their office, and make personal examination of every mine within their respective districts, and shall see that every necessary precaution is taken to insure the health and safety of the workmen employed in such mines, and that the provisions and requirements of...
Page 58 - It shall be the duty of the owner, agent, or lessee of any manufacturing establishment where hoisting shafts or well-holes are used, to cause the same to be properly and substantially...
Page 58 - The said inspector and assistant shall be empowered to visit and inspect, at all reasonable hours, and as often as practicable, the factories, workshops, and other establishments in the s>tate...
Page 60 - ... judicial district in which the building which is the subject of the order is situated, by filing his reasons of appeal within seven days after the date of the order appealed from, and by giving notice thereof to the- inspector who made the order within forty-eight hours after filing said reasons of appeal; and said court shall proceed to hear the said appeal at its first session after such notice shall have been given, and shall approve, modify or revoke said order as it may deem right, subject,...
Page 57 - It shall be the duty of every person employing children to keep a register, in which shall be recorded the name, birth-place, age and place of residence of every person employed by him under the age of sixteen years; and it shall be unlawful for any...
Page 60 - ... and not sufficiently guarded, or that the vats, pans or structures filled with molten metal or hot liquid are not surrounded with proper safeguards for preventing accident or injury to those employed at or near them...
Page 60 - ... alterations can be made with proper diligence upon the part of said proprietors, said proprietors or agents shall be deemed guilty of violating the provisions of this chapter, subject, however, to the right of appeal as hereinafter provided.
Page 58 - It shall be the duty of the owners, agent or lessee to provide, or cause to be provided, such proper trap or automatic doors so fastened in or at all elevator ways as to form a substantial surface when closed, and so constructed as to open and close by action of the elevator in its passage either ascending or descending.
Page 58 - State, or into any alleged abuses in connection therewith, whenever the Governor shall direct, and report the results of the same to the Governor. It shall be the duty of said inspectors to enforce the provisions of this Act, and...
Page 61 - Inspector for each workroom of every factory, manufacturing or mercantile house where persons are employed who are affected by the provisions of this Act...

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