Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of the State of New York for the Year Ending ..., Issue 7

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Argus Company, printers, 1893 - Factory inspection
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Page 17 - ... unless for the purpose of making a shorter day on the last day of the week; nor more hours in any one week than will make an average of ten hours per day for the whole number of days...
Page 19 - ... shall have landings or balconies not less than six feet in length and three feet in width, guarded by iron railings...
Page 52 - As an apprentice to learn the art or mystery of any trade or craft for a term of not less than three nor more than five years ; 2.
Page 18 - Inspector it is necessary, to protect the lives or limbs of those employed in such establishment. It shall also be the duty of the owner, agent or lessee of each of such establishments to provide, or cause to be provided...
Page 18 - 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 22 - ... between six o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the evening, and not less than four hundred cubic feet of air space shall be provided for each person in any one workroom where persons are employed between six o'clock in the evening and six [o'clock] in the morning.
Page 24 - ... a fine of not less than twenty nor more than fifty dollars for the first offense, and not...
Page 20 - ... the extent and cause of the injury, and the place where the injured person has been sent, with such other or further information relative thereto as may be required by the said commissioner, who may investigate the causes thereof and require such precautions to be taken as will prevent the recurrence of similar happenings.
Page 45 - Any corporation violating any of the provisions of this act shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars, and not less than ten dollars for each violation, to be paid to the People of the State, and which may be recovered in a civil action: Provided...
Page 670 - ... provided, however, that the exercise of such manual labor in a private house or private room by the family dwelling therein, or by any of them, or in case a majority of the persons therein employed are members of such family, shall not of itself constitute such house or room a workshop within this definition.

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