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BILLS; 1878.

Inclosure Provisional Orders (H. L.]:
152. Bill, intituled, An Act to confirm the Provisional Orders for the Inclosure of cer-

tain Lands in pursuance of Reports of the Inclosure Commissioners for England
and Wales

P. 503

Inclosure Provisional Order (Llanfair Waterdine):
190. Bill to confirm the Provisional Order for the Inclosure of certain Lands situated

in che Parish of Llanfair Walerdine, in the County of Salop, in pursuance of a
Report of the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales

515

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Inclosure Provisional Order (Orford):
189. Bill to confirin the Provisional Order for the Inclosure of certain Lands situated

in the Parish of Orford, in the County of Suffolk, in pursuance of a Report of
the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales

519

523

Inhabited House Duty: 61. Bill to amend the Law regulating the Levy of the Inhabited House Duty

Innkeepers : zíı. Bill for the further Relief of Innkeepers 279. Lords' Amendments

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527

531

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Intermediate Education (Ireland) (H. L.] : 249. Bill, intituled, An Act to promote Intermediate Education in Ireland 275. Same (as amended in Committee)

533

543

Interments in Churchyards :
133. Bill to enable Incumbents of Parishes or Ecclesiastical Districts, or Ministers in

charge of the same, to permit Interments in Churchyards with a Religious
Service other than chat of the Church of England, or without any Religious
Service

553

Intoxicating Liquors (Ireland): 38. Bill to amend the Laws relating to the common Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in

Ireland

557

Intoxicating Liquors (Licenses) (Ireland): 70. Bill to amend the Law relating to the granting of Licenses for the Sale of Spirite and other Intoxicating Liquors in Ireland

561

Irish Church Act (1869) Amendment: 118. Bill to amend the Irish Church Act, 1869

565

Irish Church Act (1869) Amendment (No. 2): 244. Bill to amend the Irish Church Act, 1869

571

Irish Peerage : 78. Bill to amend the Law concerning the Peerage of Ireland

575

Judicature Acts Amendment: 91. Bill to amend the Judicature Acts

579

Jurors' Remuneration: 24. Bill to provide for the Remuneration of Jurors in Criminal Cases, and on Coroners

Inquests, and for the better Remuneration of Jurors in Civil Actions 583

Vol. III.-Sess. 1878.

ARRANGEMENT OF CLAUSES.

Preliminary. Clause. 1. Short title. 2. Commencement of Act.

PART I.

GENERAL LAW RELATING TO FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS.

(1.) Sanitary Provisions. 3. Sanitary condition of factory and workshop. 4. Notice by inspector to sanitary authority of sanitary defects in

factory or workshop.

(2.) Safety. 5. Fencing of certain machinery. 6. Fencing of other dangerous machinery of which notice is given

by inspector. 7. Fencing of dangerous vats or structures of which notice is

given by inspector. 8. Fixing of grindstones securely and replacing of faulty grind

stone when notice is given by inspector. 9. Restriction on cleaning of machinery while in motion, or working between parts of self-acting machinery.

(3.) Employment and Meals. 10. Children, young persons, and women to be employed only

during period of employment. 11. Period of employment, time for meals, and length of con

tinuous employment for young persons and women in a

textile factory. 12. Period of employment for children either in morning and after

noon sets, or on alternate days, and length of continuous

employment in textile factory.

Clause.

13. Period of employment, time for meals, and length of con

tinuous employment for young persons and women in non

textile factory and for young persons in workshop. 14. Period of employment for children either in morning and

afternoon sets, or on alternate days, and length of continuous

employment in non-textile factory and workshop. 15. Period of employment, time for meals, and length of con

tinuous employment for women in workshop. 16. Period of employment and time for meals for children, young

persons, and women in domestic workshop. 17. Meal times to be simultaneous, and employment during meal

times forbidden. 18. Regulations as to period of employment on Saturday of women

employed only eight hours a day. 19. Notice fixing period of employment, hours of meals, and mode

of employment of children. 20. Prohibition of employment of children under ten. 21. Prohibition of employment of children, young persons, and

women on Sunday.

(4.) Holidays. 22. Days to be observed as holidays and half holidays to be allowed

in factories and workshops.

(5.) Education of Children. 23. Attendance at school of children employed in a factory or

workshop. 24. Obtaining of school attendance certificate by occupier of

factory or workshop. 25. Payment by occupier on application of sum for schooling of

child, and deduction of it from wages. 26. Employment as young person of child of 13 obtaining educa

tional certificate.

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(9.) Certificates of Fitness for Employment. 27. Certificate of fitness for employment of children and young

persons under 16 in factories. 28. Certificate of fitness for employment of children and young

persons under 16 in workshops.

Clause.

29. Power of inspector to require surgical certificate of capacity

of child or young person under 16 for work. 30. Supplemental provisions as to certificates of fitness for employment.

Accidents. 31. Notice of accidents causing death or bodily injury. 32. Investigation of and report on accidents by certifying surgeon.

PART II.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO PARTICULAR CLASSES OF

FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS.

(1.) Special Provisions for Health in certain Factories and

Workshops. 33. Limewashing and washing of the interior of factories and

workshops. 34. Limewashing, painting, and washing of the interior of bake

houses. 35. Provision as to sleeping places near bakehouses. 36. Provision as to ventilation by fan in factories and workshops. 37. Protection of workers in wet-spinning.

(2.) Special Restrictions as to Employment, Meals, and Certificates

of Fitness. 38. Prohibition of employment of children and young persons in

certain factories or workshops. 39. Prohibition of taking meals in certain parts of factories and

workshops. 40. In print works and bleaching and dyeing works, period of

employment and time allowed for meals. 41. Power to require certificates of fitness for employment of chil

dren and young persons under 16 in certain workshops.

(3.) Special Exceptions relaxing general Law in certain Factories

and Workshops.

(a.) Period of Employment. 42. Period of employment between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. in certain

cases.

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