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JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
THE TWENTY-NINTH EDITION,
CORRECTED AND GREATLY ENLARGED,
CASES & STATUTES TO 7 & 8 VICT., INCLUSIVE,
a New Collection of Precedents.
THE TITLE “ POOR"
By Mr. COMMISSIONER BERE,
OF THE EXETER DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY,
THE REST OF THE WORK
By THOMAS CHITTY, Esq.,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE.
IN SIX VOLUMES.
Law Booksellers & Publishers;
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Factor. See “ Agent,” Vol. I.;-as to their Pledging Property,
see post, “ Larceny."
Factories. [42 Geo. III. c. 73; 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 30; 3 & 4 Will. IV. c. 103 ; 4 Will. IV.
c. 1; 7 Vict. c. 15 (a).] As to disputes between masters and workmen in factories, see post, Disputes of “ Servants," Vd. V.
By the 7 & 8 Geo. IV.c. 30, s. 3, wilfully destroying or injuring ma- Destroying
As to rioters destroying, see post, “ Hundred;" “ Riot," Vol. V.
Exporting tools. The stat. 42 Geo. III. c. 73, intituled, “An Act for the Preservation of 42 Geo. 3, c. 73 the Health and Morals of Apprentices and others employed in Cotton and other Mills, and Cotton and other factories,” enacts, (s. 1), “That, from Mills and factorie and after the second day of December one thousand eight hundred and employinge certwo, all such mills and factories within Great Britain and Ireland, persons, subjected wherein three or more apprentices, or twenty or more other
personsof 42 Geo. 3, c. 73. shall at any time be employed, shall be subject to the several rules and regulations contained in this act; and the master or mistress of every such mill or factory is hereby strictly enjoined and required to pay due attention to and act in strict conformity to the said rules
and regulations.” Sect. 2. “That all and every the rooms and apartments in or belong- Whitewashing and ing to any such mill or factory shall, twice at least in every year, he airing the rooins. well and sufficiently washed with quicklime and water over every part of the walls and ceiling
thereof; and that due care and attention shall be paid by the master or mistress of such mills or factories to provide a sufficient number of windows and openings in such rooms or apartments, to insure a proper supply of fresh air in and through the same.” And see the 3 & 4 Will. IV. c. 103, s. 26, post, 10.
(a) This act of 7 Vict, c. 15, was passed after that part of this work containing the statute 3 & 4 Will. IV. c. 103, was printed. It repeals by sect.
40, post, 16 k, a few of the provisions