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(k.) Fireword cutting; or
(2.) Bon-bon and Christmas present making; or
(m.) Almanac making; or
(n.) Valentine making; or
(0.) Envelope making; or
(p.) Aërated water making; or

(9.) Playing card making; and
(3.) Where the business is liable to sudden press of orders

arising from unforeseen events ; namely,

a factory or workshop, or part thereof, in which is carried
on the manufacturing process or handicraft of -

(r.) The making up of any article of wearing apparel ; or
(s.) The making up of furniture hangings; or
(t.) Artificial flower making; or
(u.) Fancy box making; or
(v.) Biscuit making; or
(w.) Job dyeing; and also,
(x.) A part of a factory or workshop which is a ware-

house not used for any manufacturing process or
handicraft, and in which persons are solely em-
ployed in polishing, cleaning, wrapping, and

packing goods.
Provided that the said exception shall not apply-
(a.) Where persons are employed at home, that is to say, to a

private house, room, or place which though used as a
dwelling, is by reason of the work carried on there a factory
or workshop within the meaning of this Act, and in which
neither steam, water, nor other mechanical power is used,
and in which the only persons employed are members of

the same family dwelling there; or
(6.) To a workshop or part thereof which is conducted on the

system of not employing any child or young person
therein.

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PART FOUR.

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Additional Half Hour. The exception with respect to the employment of a child young Factories and person or woman for a further period of thirty minutes where the workshops in

, process is in an incomplete state applies to the factories and young person,

workshops following ; (that is to say,) 40 (a.) Bleaching and dyeing works;

or woman

may be

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employed for
an additional
half hour where
the process is
in an incom-
plete state
because the
time for the
completion of

(6.) Print works;
(c.) Iron mills in which male young persons are not employed

during any part of the night;
(a.) Foundries in which male young persons are not employed

during any part of the night; and
(e.) Paper mills in which male young persons are not employed

during any part of the night.

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the process

PART FIVE.

cannot, by reason of the nature thereof, be accurately fixed.

Factories and

Overtime for Perishable Articles. The exception with respect to the employment of women for 10 which women ninety-six days in any twelve months during a period of emmay be em

ployment beginning at six or seven o'clock in the morning and ployed for fourteen hours ending at eight or nine o'clock in the evening applies to a factory of the perishable or workshop or part thereof in which any of the following processes materials which is carried on ; namely,

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The process of making preserves from fruit, facturing

The process of preserving or curing fish, or
The process of making condensed milk.

nature of the

of the manu

process or handicraft.

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Factories and workshops in which male young persons

PART Six.

Night Work.
The exception with respect to the employment of male young
persons during the night applies to the factories and workshops
following; (that is to say,)

(a.) Blast furnaces,
(6.) Iron mills,
(c.) Letter-press printing works, and
(d.) Paper mills.

may be

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employed at night by reason of the nature of the business requiring the process to be carried on throughout the night.

PART SEVEN.

Continuous employment of children, young persons, and women for

five hours in certain textile factories during the winter months 30

when the work does not begin until 8 a.m. and ends at 7 p.m.
The exception respecting the continuous employment in certain
textile factories during the winter months of children, young
persons, and women without an interval of at least half-an-hour
for a meal for the same period as in a non-textile factory, applies to 35
textile factories solely used for-

(a.) The making of elastic web; or
(6.) The making of ribbon; or
(c.) The making of trimming.

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FOURTH SCHEDULE.

A.D. 1878.

LIST OF FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS.

PART ONE.

Non-Textile Factories. 5 (1.) “Print works,” that is to say, any premises in which any

“ Print

works." persons are employed to print figures patterns or designs upon any 33 & 34 Vict. cotton linen woollen worsted or silken yarn, or upon any woven c. 62. s. 3. or felted fabric not being paper; (2.) “Bleaching and dyeing works,” that is to say, any premises, “ Bleaching

and dyeing 10 in which the processes of bleaching beetling dyeing calendering works."

finishing hooking lapping and making up and packing any yarn 33 & 34 Vict. or cloth of any material, or the dressing clipping or finishing of c. 62. s. 2. lace, or any one or more of such processes, or any process incidental

thereto, are or is carried on; 15 (3.) “Earthenware works,” that is to say, any place in which “ Earthen

persons work for hire in making or assisting in making, finishing 27&28 Vict. or assisting in finishing, earthenware of any description, except c. 48.,

Sched. 1, 2. bricks and tiles not being ornamental tiles;

- Lucifer (4.) “Lucifer match works,” that is to say, any place in which

matches." 20 persons work for hire in making lucifer matches, or in mixing See the chemical materials for making them, or in any process

27 & 28 Vict. incidental

c. 48., to making lucifer matches, except the cutting of the wood;

Sched. 2. (5.) “ Percussion cap works,” that is to say, any place in which

Percussion persons work for hire in making percussion caps, or in mixing 27"& 28 Vict. 25 or storing the chemical materials for making them, or in any c. 48.,

Sched. 2. process incidental to making percussion caps; (6.) “ Cartridge works,” that is to say, any place in which "Cartridge.”

27 & 28 Vict. persons work for hire in making cartridges, or in any process

c. 48., incidental to making cartridges, except the manufacture of the Sched. 2. 30 paper or other material that is used in making the cases of the cartridges ;

(7.) “ Paper staining works,” that is to say, any place in which Paper persons work for hire in printing a pattern in colours upon sheets 27 & 25 Vict. of paper, cither by blocks applied by hand, or by rollers worked by

c. 48.,

Sched. 2. 35 steam water or other mechanical power ;

“ Fustian (8.) “Fustian cutting works,” that is to say, any place in which cutting.”

27 & 28 Vict. persons work for hire in fustian cutting ;

c. 48., Sch.2. (9.) “ Blast furnaces,” that is to say, any blast furnace or other “Blast furfurnace or premises in or on which the process of smelting or other

30 & 31 Vict. 40 wise obtaining any metal from the ores is carried on;

c. 103. s. 3. (10.) Copper mills”;

“ Copper

mills." (ib.) “ Rope

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cap."

naces."

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c. 103. s. 3.

c. 103, s. 3. See s. 13.

work;

c. 103. s. 3.

(11.) “ Iron mills,” that is to say, any mill, forge, or other “ Iron mills.” premises in or on which any process is carried on for converting 30 & 31 Vict

. iron into malleable iron steel or tin plate, or for otherwise making

or converting steel ; Foundries." (12.) “Foundries,” that is to say, iron foundries, copper foundries, 5 30 & 31 Vict. brass foundries, and other premises or places in which the process

of founding or casting any metal is carried on ; except any premises or places in which such process is carried on by not more than five persons and as subsidiary to the repair or completion of some other

10 30 & 31 Vict. (13.)

“ Metal and india-rubber works,” that is to say, any premises in which steam water or other mechanical power is used for moving machinery employed in the manufacture of machinery, or in the manufacture of any article of metal not being machinery, or in the manufacture of india-rubber or gutta percha, or of articles 15

made wholly or partially of india-rubber or gutta percha ; Paper mills.”

(14.) “Paper mills," that is to say, any premises in which the manufacture of paper is carried on;

(15.) “ Glass works,” that is to say, any premises in which the manufacture of glass is carried on;

20 (16.) “ Tobacco factories,” that is to say, any premises in which

the manufacture of tobacco is carried on ; “ Letter-press

(17.) “ Letter-press printing works,” that is to say, any premises printing

in which the process of letter-press printing is carried on;

(18.) “ Bookbinding works,” that is to say, any premises in which 25 “ Bookbinding the process of book binding is carried on;

(19.) Flax scutch-mills.

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30 & 31 Vict.
c. 103. s. 3.
“ Glass works."
30 & 31 Vict.
c. 103. s. 3.
“ Tobacco
factories.”
30 & 31 Vict.
c. 103. s. 3.

works.”
30 & 31 Vict.
c. 103, s. 3.

works."
30 & 31 Vict.
c. 103. s. 3.
“ Scutch mill.”

“Hat works.”

PART Two. Non-textile Factories and Workshops. (20.) “Hat works,” that is to say, any premises in which the 30 manufacture of hats or any process incidental to their manufacture is carried on;

(21.) “Rope works,” that is to say, any premises being a ropery ropewalk or rope work, in which is carried on the laying or twisting or other process of preparing or finishing the lines twines cords 35 or ropes, and in which machinery moved by steam water or other mechanical power is not used for drawing or spinning the fibres of flax hemp jute or tow, and which has no internal communication with any buildings or premises joining or forming part of a textile factory, except such communication as is necessary for the trans- 40 mission of power ;

works.” 9 & 10 Vict.

c. 40.

A.D. 1878.

26 & 27 Vict. C. 40. 8. 2.

See 24 & 25

(22.) “ Bakehouses,” that is to say, any places in which are baked bread biscuits or confectionery from the baking or selling “ Bakehouses." of which a profit is derived ;

(23.) “ Lace warehouses,” that is to say, any premises, room, or "Lace ware5 place not included in bleaching and dyeing works as herein-before houses.”

defined, in which persons are employed upon any manufacturing Vict. c. 47. process or handicraft in relation to lace, subsequent to the making s. 4. of lace upon a lace machine moved by steam water or other

mechanical power; 10 (24.) “Shipbuilding yards,” that is to say, any premises in which “ Shipbuild

any ships boats or vessels used in navigation are made finished ing yards. or repaired;

(25.) Quarries,” that is to say, any place, not being a mine, in “Quarries.” which persons work in getting slate stone coprolites or other 15 minerals;

(26.) “Pit-banks,” that is to say, any place 'above ground “Pit-banks.” adjacent to a shaft of a mine in which place the employment of women is not regulated by the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1872 and c. 77.

or the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act 1872, whether such 20 place does or does not form part of the mine within the meaning

of those Acts.

35 & 36 Vict. c. 76. s. 12.

FIFTH SCHEDULE.

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SPECIAL EXEMPTIONS.
Light Handicraft exempted when corried on in Private House or

Room.
Straw plaiting
Pillow-lace making.
Glove Making

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