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c. 15.

7 & 8 Vicr. Names of the children employed in this factory

after one o'clock in the afternoon, or the afterSched. (B.)

noon set.

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This register shall contain the names of every child under thirteen years of age employed in the factory, to be entered successively when engaged to work, whether for the first time, or, after having left, when re-engaged to work. If any

child be removed from the morning set to the afternoon set, or vice versā, the name of such child must be entered as a new comer in

c. 15.

the register for the set to which it is removed, 7 & 8 Vict. and the number of its certificate of age must be placed against its name, but no new certificate

Sched. (B.) shall be required for such child.

If the mill occupier desires to change the time
of working of the two entire sets of children at
stated periods (as for instance), to make a change
every month, so that the children who worked in
the morning one month shall work in the after-
noon the next month, and vice versd for the
other children, alternately throughout the year,
it will not be necessary to enter the names of the
children anew, but the mill occupier or his agent
shall only be required to make and sign the
following declaration, in addition to the other
details hereinhefore required :-
1. The children entered in this register as

belonging to the morning set work in
this factory before twelve o'clock, and
not after one o'clock, on and after the
first Monday of the months of-

January, March, May, July, Sep

tember and November;
and after one o'clock, and not before
twelve o'clock, on and after the first
Monday of the months of—

February, April, June, August,

October and December.
2. The children entered in this register as

belonging to the afternoon set work in
this factory after one o'clock, and not
before twelve o'clock, on and after the
first Monday of the months of-

January, March, May, July, Sep

tember and November;
and before twelve o'clock, and not after
one o'clock, on and after the first Mon-
day of the months of-

7 & 8 VICT.

c. 15.

February, April, June, August,

October and December.
Signature of

Occupier or A gent.

Sched. (B.)

When a change in the time of working of the two entire sets of children is made at other stated periods allowed by this Act the necessary alterations shall be made in the above declaration, to the satisfaction of the inspector or sub-inspector of the district.

In

any silk factory (2) in which children above eleven years of age are employed more than seven hours in any one day a register of the names of such children shall be kept in the above form distinct from the register of the names of the children who are employed in morning and afternoon sets.

In all mills where more than twenty children or young persons are employed an alphabetical index shall be kept, according to the first letter of the surname, of the names of all the children and young persons employed in the factory, adding to each name the number of the last certificate under which the age of the child or young person is employed, or if more than sixteen years of age, the letters XVI.

All the forms contained in this schedule (B.) which shall apply to any particular factory may

(2) See now 13 & 14 Vict. c. 54, s. 7, whereby such children may now be employed in all respects as young persons; post.

be bound together in one book, except the 7 & 8 Vict. alphabetical index of reference herein before referred to (a).

c. 15.

Sched. c.

SCHEDULE (C.) (6).

NOTICES TO BE FIXED UP IN THE FACTORY.

Form for the NOTICE to be fixed up of the

names and addresses of the inspector and
sub-inspector, the certifying surgeon, the clock
for regulating the factory, and the hours of
work of all young persons and females em-
ployed in the factory.
Name and address of the

inspector of the district
Name and address of the

sub-inspector of the dis

trict'.
Name and address of the

surgeon who grants cer-
tificates of age for the
factory

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(a) In addition to the registers mentioned in the above schedule, it is now provided, that where, under the modifications contained in any schedule to the Factory Acts Extension Act, 1867, or to the Factory Acts Extension Act, 1870, any child, young person, or woman, is employed, otherwise than under an order of the Secretary of State, during any hours different from those of the Factory Acts, the day on which, and the period during which, he or she is so employed, must be entered by the occupier in a register of such form as the inspectors may direct, which is to be deemed a register within the meaning of the Factory Acts. 33 & 34 Vict. c. 62, 1st sch., par. 8; post. And see 30 & 31 Vict. c. 103, sch., par. 15; post.

(6) This schedule contains the forms of the notices required to be fixed up in the factory.

S. 28, supra.

7 & 8 VICT.

c. 15.

Clock by which the hours

of work are regulated

Sched. (C.)

The hours of work of all young persons and females

above eighteen years of age employed in this factory (c).

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* In this space the days of the reek to which the hours of work refer shall be entered.

Signature of the occupier of

the factory or his agent. In every silk factory in which children above eleven y ars of age are employed more than seven hours in one day a separate notice, in the above form, shall be fixed up of the hours such children are employed (d).

(c) This notice of the hours of work of young persons and women is not now necessary. 13 & 14 Vict. c. 54, s. 2, post.

(d) Inasmuch as these children are now to be employed as young persons, this notice would seem to be unnecessary: n. (z), supra.

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