Report of the Industrial Commission on Labor Legislation: Including Recommendations as to General Legislation, and Digests of the Laws of the States and Territories Relating to Labor Generally, to Convict Labor, and to Mine Labor, Volume 2;Volume 5

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Página 98 - not less than twenty-five dollars, and not more than one hundred dollars. SEC. 57. The chief of the district police shall report in print to the governor on or before the first day of January of each year, in relation to factories and public, buildings, with such remarks, suggestions and recommendations as he may deem necessary. SEC.
Página 82 - artisans and material men, of every class, shall have a lien upon the buildings and articles made or repaired by them, for the value of their labor done thereon, or material furnished therefor; and the legislature shall provide by law for the speedy and efficient enforcement of said liens.
Página 292 - hereof, or any attempt to obstruct or interfere with any inspector in the discharge of the duties herein imposed upon him, or any refusal to comply with the instructions of an inspector given by authority of this act, shall be deemed a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in
Página 66 - where such employee knew of the defect or negligence which caused the injury, and failed within a reasonable time to give or cause to be given information thereof to the employer or to some person superior to himself in the service of his employer, who had intrusted to him some general superintendence. SEC.
Página 133 - punished by imprisonment in the penitentiary for a period of not less than two years nor more than five years. Provided, The legislature when in session or the governor when the legislature is not in session may call upon the lawfully constituted authorities of the United States for protection against
Página 28 - the laws in full for Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, the Dakotas, Oklahoma, California, see note 1 above; for Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Vermont, see note 2 above. The Connecticut law (§ 1753, as amended by chapter 118, acts of 1895— No child under fourteen years of age shall be employed in any mechanical, mercantile, or manufacturing establishment—
Página 278 - mine or a copy thereof, or of the extensions thereto, as provided for in this act, the inspector is hereby authorized to make or cause to be made, an accurate map or plan of such mine at the expense of the owner thereof, and the cost of the same may be recovered by law from the
Página 91 - 72. Contents of certificate.—Such certificate shall state the date and place of birth of the child, if known, and describe the color of the hair and eyes, the height and weight, and any distinguishing facial marks of such child, and that in the opinion of the officer issuing such certificate, such child is upward of fourteen
Página 30 - superintendent, overseer or agent of another, employs or has in his employment any child in violation of the provisions of this section, and every parent or guardian who permits any child to be so employed, shall be punished by a fine of not less than twentyfive nor more than fifty dollars for each offense. In
Página 100 - of this act any process is carried on by which dust is generated and inhaled to an injurious extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or by other mechanical means,

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