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43. Power to Secretary of State to allow period of employment
between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. in certain cases. 44. Power of working male young persons above 16 in lace
factories. 45. Power of working male young persons above 16 in bakehouses. 46. Substitution by Secretary of State of another half holiday for
Saturday. 47. Employment in Turkey red dyeing on Saturday up to 4.30 p.m. 48. Giving half holidays and holidays on different days to different
sets of children, young persons, and women. 49. Employment of young persons and women by Jewish occu
piers of factories or workshops. 50. Employment of Jews by Jews on Sunday.
(b.) Meal Hours. 51. Exception as to meal times being simultaneous, and as to
employment or remaining in room where manufacturing process is carried on during meal times.
(c.) Overtime. 52. Power to employ young persons and women for 14 hours a
day. 53. Power to employ for half an hour after end of work where
process is in an incomplete state. 54. Employment of young persons and women in Turkey red dyeing
and open air bleaching to prevent damage. 55. Employment of women for 14 hours a day to preserve perish
(d.) Nightwork. 56. Employment of male young persons at night. 57. Employment in certain letter-press printing works of male
young persons over 16 at night. 58. Employment of male young persons at night, &c. in glass works.
(4.) Special Exception for Domestic Factories and Workshops
and certain other Workshops. 59. Exception of domestic and certain other factories and work
shops from provisions of the Act.
and women are forbidden to take meals.