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" ... that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or other mechanical means... "
The Law Relating to Factories and Workshops, with Introduction and ... - Page 40
by George Jarvis Notcutt - 1879 - 161 lehte
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Manual for the Use of Boards of Health of Massachusetts: Containing the ...

Massachusetts, Massachusetts. State Board of Health - 1897 - 237 lehte
...extent by the are"c^nducted!" persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector 1887 of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or by other mechanical means, and that the same can be provided without incurring unreasonable expense,...
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Annual Report, 21. köide,1899. osa

1899
...extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhllatlon could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or other mechanical means and that the same could be provided without excessive expense. such inspector may direct a fan, or...
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Report

Connecticut. Dept. of Factory Inspection - 1900
...to an injurious extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or other mechanical means, and that the same could be provided without excessive expense, such inspector may direct a fan or other...
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Lowell: A City of Spindles

Lowell (Mass.). Trades and labor council - 1900 - 456 lehte
...to an injurious extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan, or by other mechanical means, and that the same can be provided without incurring unreasonable expense,...
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Reports of the Industrial Commission...

United States. Industrial Commission - 1900
...to an injurious extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or by other mechanical means, and that the same can be provided without incurring unreasonable expense,...
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Reports of the Industrial Commission...

United States. Industrial Commission - 1900
...to an injurious extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or by other mechanical means, and that the same can be provided without incurring unreasonable expense,...
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Report, 5. köide

United States. Industrial Commission - 1900
...to an injurious extent by the persons employed therein, and it appears to an inspector of factories that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use of a fan or by other mechanical means, and that the same can be provided without incurring unreasonable expense,...
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Sessional Papers, 10. köide

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1901
...process i- carried on by which dust is generated and inhaled by the workers to an injurious extent it Appears to an Inspector that such inhalation could...prevented by the use of a fan or other mechanical meana, the Inspector may direct a fan or other mechanical means of a proper construction for preventing...
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Sessional Papers, 2. köide

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1901
...any gas, vapour, or other impurity is generated and inhaled by the workers to an injurious extent, it appears to an inspector that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented by the use 15 of a fan or other mechanical means, the inspector may direct that a fan or other mechanical means...
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Bulletin of the Department of Labor, 6. number,32–37. osa

1901
...generated, and charcoal fumes or dust respectively are inhaled to an injurious extent by the workers, and it appears to an inspector that such inhalation could be to a great extent prevented, the inspector may direct such ventilation as he shall think sufficient for the dissipation of the fumes,...
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