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Encyclopaedia britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and ... - Page 15
edited by - 1911
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Bureau Publication ..., Issues 22-29

Child welfare - 1917
...rest). MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS. No woman or young person shall be employed continuously at any time for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour, except that where not less than one hour is allowed for dinner, an afternoon spell of six hours may...
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Preliminary Economic Studies of the War, Issue 4

War - 1918 - 190 pages
...rest). Miscellaneous Provisions. No woman or young person shall be employed continuously at any time for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour, except that where not less than one hour is allowed for dinner, an afternoon spell of si•x hours...
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Economic Effects of the World War Upon Women and Children in Great Britain

Irene Osgood Andrews, Margaret A. Hobbs - Child labor - 1921 - 255 pages
...rest). Miscellaneous Provisions. No woman or young person shall be employed continuously at any time for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour, except that where not less than one hour is allowed for dinner, an afternoon spell of six hours may...
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Economic Effects of the World War Upon Women and Children in Great Britain

Irene Osgood Andrews, Margaret A. Hobbs - Child labor - 1921 - 255 pages
...rest). Miscellaneous Provisions. No woman or young person shall be employed continuously at any time for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hoar, except that where not less than one hour is allowed for dinner, an afternoon spell of six hours...
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Biennial Report

Industrial Commission of Minnesota - Employers' liability - 1890
...which five or more children, young persons, and women are employed, for more than six hours at one time without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal: provided, hovever, that a child, young person, or woman may be so employed for not more than six and...
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Miscellaneous Series, Issue 21

United States - 1915
...proceas of lithographic transfer making for more than four and one-half hours, or in any other process for more than five hours, without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. (6) No woman or young person who is employed in any process included in Part I of the schedule shall...
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The Public General Statutes: With a List of the Local and Private ..., Volume 13

Great Britain - Session laws - 1878
...week in two successive weeks; and (C.) A child shall not on either system be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. 15. With respect to the employment of women in workshops, the Period of following regulations shall...
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The Public General Acts

Great Britain - Law - 1887
...succeeding Saturday night : (7.) No boy, girl, or woman shall be employed continuously for more that five hours, without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal, nor for more than eight hours on any one day, without an interval or intervals for meals amounting...
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The Law Journal Reports, Volume 64

Law reports, digests, etc - 1895
...investigation. 50 4 51 Viet. c.58. App (ii.) A child or young person or woman shall not be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. (iii.) Children, young persons, and women employed in laundries shall have allowed to them the same...
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The Law Journal Reports, Volume 70

Law reports, digests, etc - 1901
...of women ; (b.) A woman, young person, or child must not be employed continuously for more than live hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal ; (c.) Women, young persons, and children employed in the lanndry shall have allowed to them the same...
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