Labor and Industrial Chronology

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Page 427 - Resolved, That the governor of the Commonwealth, with the advice and consent of the council, shall, within thirty days after the passage of this resolve, appoint a committee of...
Page 332 - Boston and vicinity granting nine-hour day, with time and one-half for overtime and double time for Sundays and holidays...
Page 425 - Any person, firm or corporation operating a factory or workshop in which emery wheels or belts or buffing wheels or belts injurious to the health of employees are used shall...
Page 406 - ... time and a half for overtime, and double time for Sundays and holidays; Iron Molders Union No.
Page 423 - Sundays and legal holidays, from nine o'clock in the forenoon until five o'clock in the afternoon, except on Saturdays, when they may be closed at twelve o'clock, noon.
Page 416 - Treaty shall continue in force for another year, and so on from year to year, until the...
Page 424 - Section one of chapter five hundred and amended. thirteen of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-six is hereby amended by striking out the whole of said section and inserting in place thereof the following : — Commission Section 1.
Page 330 - In addition to time due for work performed. A violation of this section entitles the bricklayer to compensation at working rates for the working time that elapses between the time of discharge or lay off, and the time of receiving his money, providing claimant remains at the job or office during all working hours until he is paid. Preference of employment shall be given to members of Bricklayers Unions Nos. 3 and 27. The business agent shall not be Interfered with when visiting any building under...
Page 427 - Before incurring any expense the commission shall from time to time estimate its probable amount, and submit the estimate to the governor and council for their approval, and no expense shall be incurred by the commission beyond the amount so estimated and approved. The...
Page 425 - Each and every such wheel shall be fitted with a sheet or cast iron hood or hopper of such form and so applied to such wheel or wheels that the dust or refuse therefrom will fall from such wheels or will be thrown into such hood or hopper by centrifugal force and be carried off by the current of air into a suction pipe attached to same hood or hopper.

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