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

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PART II.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO PARTICULAR CLASSES OF

FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS.

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

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

and workshops 34. Limewasbiug, painting and washing of the interior of

bakehouses 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

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

of Fitness. 38. Prohibition of employment of children and young persons in certain factories or workshops

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

41 40. In print works and bleaching and dyeing works, period of employment and times allowed for meals

42 41. Power to require certificates of fitness for employment

of children and young persons under 16 in certain
workshops

43 (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

44 43. Power to Secretary of State to allow period of em

ployment between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. in certain 44. Power of working male young persons above 16 in lace factories .

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45. Power of working male young persons above 16 in

bakehouses
46. Substitution by Secretary of State of another half-

holiday for Saturday 47. Employinent in Turkey red dyeing on Saturday up to 48. Continuous employment of children, young persons,

and women in certain cases 49. Giving half-holidays and holidays on different days to

different sets of children, young persons, and 50. Employment of young persons and women by Jewish

occupiers of factories or workshops 51. Employment of Jews by Jews on Sunday

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(b.) Meal Hours. 52. Exception as to meal times being simultaneous, and as

to employment or remaining in room where manufacturing process is carried on during meal times 51

(c.) Overtime. 53. Power to employ young persons and women for 14 hours a day

52 54. Power to employ for half-an-hour after end of work where process is in an incomplete state

53 55. Employment of young persons, &c., in Turkey red dyeing and open-air bleaching

54 56. Employınent of women for 14 hours a day to preserve perishable articles

54 57. Exception f r factories driven by water power

55 (d.) Nightwork. 58. Employment of male young persons at night

56 59. Employment in certain letter-press printing works of male young persons of 16 at night

57 60. Employment of male young persons in glass works 57 (4.) Special E.cception for Domestic and certain other factories

and Workshops.
61. Exception of domestic factories and workshops and

certain other workshops from certain provisions of
the Act.

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(5.) Supplemental as to Special Provisions. 63. Requirement of sanitary provisions as condition of

special exceptions 64. Power to rescind order granting or extending excep

tion 65. Provisions as to order of Secretary of State 66. Provisions as to occupier availing himself of special ex

ceptions, and registry of work under them

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PART III.

ADMINISTRATION, PENALTIES, AND LEGAL PROCEEDINGS.

(1.) Inspection. 67. Appointment, payment, &c., of inspectors of factories,

and clerks and servants 68. Powers of inspectors 69. Restriction on entry of inspector into dwellings 70. Certificates of appointment of inspectors

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(2.) Certifying Surgeons. 71. Poor Law medical officers to act where no certifying

surgeon within three miles 72. Appointment of certifying surgeons 73. Regulations as to the grant of certificates of fitness 74. Fees of certifying surgeons for examination of children

and young persons

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(3.) Miscellaneous. 75. Notice of factory to be given to inspector 76. Regulation of hours by public clock 77. Registers to be kept in a factory or workshop 78. Affixing in factory or workshop of abstract of Act and

notices 79. Printing or writing and service «f notices and docu

ments, &c. 80. Inspection of weights and measures used in factories and workshops

(4.) Fines. 81. Fine for not keeping factory or workshop in conformity

with Act

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82. Penal compensation to person injured by want of fence

to machinery, &c.
83. Fine for employing children, young persons, and women

contrary to the Act 84. Fine on parent for allowing child or young person to be

employed contrary to the Act, or neglecting to cause

child to attend school 85. Forgery of certificates, false entries and declarations 86. Fine on person committing offence for which occupier

is liable 87. Power of occupier to exempt himself from fine on con

viction of the actual offender 88. Restraint on cumulative fines

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(5.) Legal Proceedings. 89. Prosecution of offences and recovery and application of

fines 90. Appeal to quarter sessions 91. Limitation of time and general provisions as to sum

mary proceedings 92. Evidence in summary proceedings

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PART IV. DEFINITIONS, SAVINGS, APPLICATION TO SCOTLAND AND IRELAND,

AND REPEAL.

(1.) Definitions. 93. Factories and workshops to which Act applies

84 94. Definition of employment and working for hire

87 95. Definition of “ certified efficient school ;' recognised efficient school”

88 96. General Definitions.

Child." “ Young person."
“ Woman.” “ Parent.” “ Treasury.” ‘Secretary
of State." “ Education Department.” “Sanitary
authority.” “ Person.” “Week.” Night.” “Pre-
scribed."

“Summary Jurisdiction Acts.”
of Summary Jurisdiction.” “Mill-gearing.”.

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Special Exemption of certain Trades. 97. Exemption of handicrafts in Fifth Schedule in private

houses 98. Exemption of certain home.work

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(2.) Savings. 99. Saving as to liability of hirer of machine where not

occupier 100. Saving for person employed in repair of machinery or

of factory or workshop, or in process of curing fish 101. Application to factories and workshops of 38 & 39

Vict. c. 55 102. Construction of enactments, &c., referring to repealed

Acts

(3.) Application of Act to Scotland and Ireland. 103. Temporary saving for employment of children under

10 and children over 13 in Scotland and Ireland 104. Certificates of birth for purposes of Act 105. Application of Act to Scotland 106. Application of Act to Ireland

(4.) Repeal. 107. Repeal of Acts

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SCHEDULES.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR HEALTH. Pactories and Workshops in which the Employment of Young Persons

and Children is restricted. 1. Restriction of employment of young persons and children

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103 4. Of children in metal grinding and lucifer-match dipping

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SECOND SCHEDULE.

SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS.

Places forbidden for Meals.
As to parts of factories or workshops in which children,

yo'ing persons, and women are forbidden to také
meals

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