Annual Report of the Bureau of Industrial and Labor Statistics for the State of Maine

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The Bureau, 1907 - Factory inspection
 

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Page 205 - ... work required of them on each day of the week; and the employment of any such person for a longer time in any day than so stated shall be deemed a violation of this section, unless it appears that such employment is to make up for time lost on some previous day of the same week in consequence of the stopping of machinery upon which such person was employed or dependent for employment; but in no case shall the hours of labor exceed sixty in a week.
Page 208 - ... provided, however, that if at any time of payment any employee shall be absent from his regular place of labor he shall be entitled to said payment at any time thereafter upon demand.
Page 205 - Every employer shall post in a conspicuous place in every room in which such persons are employed a printed notice stating the number of hours' work required of them on each day of the week, the hours of...
Page 215 - When judgment is rendered upon any such complaint against a corporation, the court may issue a warrant of distress to compel the payment of the penalty prescribed by law, together with costs and interest.
Page 205 - ... or when a different apportionment of the hours of labor is made for the sole purpose of making a shorter day's work for one day of the week; and in no case shall the hours of labor exceed fifty-eight in a week. Every employer shall post in a conspicuous place, in every room where such persons are employed, a printed notice stating the number of hours...
Page 207 - The inspector of factories, workshops, mines and quarries, or either of his assistants, may demand the names of, the children under sixteen years of age employed in such establishment, in the several cities and towns of the State, and may require that the certificates of age prescribed In this section, shall be produced for his inspection, and a failure to produce the same, shall be prima facie evidence that the employment of such child is illegal.
Page 205 - ... the week; and in no case shall the hours of labor exceed sixty in a week; and no male person sixteen years and over shall be so employed as...
Page 205 - ... however, that any female of eighteen years of age or over, may lawfully contract for such labor for any number of hours in excess of ten hours a day, not exceeding six hours in any one week, or sixty hours in any one year, receiving additional compensation therefor; but during her minority, the consent of her parents, or one of them, or guardian, shall be first obtained.
Page 100 - December thirtyfirst, next preceding the enumeration of population, and shall be confined to manufacturing establishments and mines and quarries which were in active operation during all or a portion of that year. The census of manufactures shall furthermore be confined to manufacturing establishments conducted under what is known as the factory system, exclusive of the so-called neighborhood, household, and hand industries.
Page 206 - ... and every parent or guardian who permits any minor to be so employed, shall be punished by a fine of not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offence.

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