Annual Report of the Department of Inspection of Workshops, Factories and Public Buildings, 4. köide
Vols. for 1887-92 include proceedings of 1-6th annual convention of the International Association of Factory Inspectors of North America.
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Page 191 - ... establishment more than ten hours in any one day, except when it is necessary to make repairs to prevent the interruption of the ordinary running of the machinery, 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 sixty in a week.
Page 220 - ... day, except when it is necessary to make repairs to prevent the interruption of the ordinary running of the machinery, 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 197 - ... gases, vapors, dust, or other impurities generated in the course of the manufacturing process or handicraft carried on therein, that may be injurious to health.
Page 194 - The belting, shafting, gearing, and drums of all factories, when so placed as to be, in the opinion of the inspectors mentioned in section nine of chapter one hundred and three, dangerous to persons employed therein while engaged in their ordinary duties, shall be, as...
Page 219 - The belting, shafting, gearing, machinery, and drums, of all factories and buildings where machinery is used, when so placed as, in the opinion of the inspector, to be dangerous to the persons employed therein while engaged in their ordinary duties, shall, as far as practicable, be securely guarded.
Page 194 - ... whereby the cab or car will be securely held in the event of accident to the shipper rope or hoisting machinery, or from any similar cause.
Page 194 - ... and all due diligence shall be used to keep such trap・doors closed at all times, except when in actual use by the occupant of the building having the use and control of the same...
Page 219 - It shall, on or before the first day of December in each year, make a report to the...
Page 220 - ... and over shall be so employed as above,. more than ten hours a day during minority, unless he voluntarily contracts to do so with the consent of his parents, or one of them, if any, or guardian, and in such case he shall receive extra compensation for his services; provided, however...
Page 191 - ... 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.