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" ... be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. "
Acts of the Parliament of South Australia - Page 25
by South Australia - 1907
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The Factory and Workshop Acts: Comprising All the Laws Now in Force for the ...

George Jarvis Notcutt - 1874 - 329 lehte
...sufficient means had not been employed or continued for protecting the workers from being wctted, or for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers, or that any part of the aforesaid machinery (q), hoist or teagle, or wheel-race, has not been securely...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, 5. köide

Massachusetts - 1875
...is carried on, unless sufficient menus bo employed for protecting them from being wetted, and, when hot water is> used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room. " All fatal accidents, and every accident from machinery or from explosion of gas, steam or metal,...
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The Statutes: 6 & 7 Victoria to 9 & 10 Victoria

Great Britain - 1876
...sufficient means shall be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, VJ z i6bn j l 'ݔC Le@ ha ܩa 2<@ G { : y A JH[ iu Z mxP z ;- ? x XX. AND be it enacted, that no child or young person shall be allowed to clean any part of the mill-gearing...
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Parliamentary Papers, 3. köide

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1878
...unless sufficient means be employed and contmued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, 10 where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. A factory in which there is a contravention of this section shall be deemed not to be kept in confqrmity...
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Statutes at Large ...

Great Britain - 1878
...'" '"" sufficient means be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. A factory in which there is a contravention of this section shall be deemed not to be kept in conformity...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., 1. köide

United States. Congress. House - 1879
...unless sufficient means be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. A factory iu which there is a contravention of this section shall bo deemed not tobe kept iu conformity...
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Das internationale Zivilprozessrecht: auf Grund der Staatsverträge des ...

1879 - 73 lehte
...unless sufficient means be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. A factory in which there is a contravention of this section shall be deemed not to be kept in conformity...
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The Law Relating to Factories and Workshops, with Introduction and ...

George Jarvis Notcutt - 1879 - 161 lehte
...sufficient means spinning, be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. A factoiy in which there is a contravention of (!) Section 3 contains a general provision that factories...
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A Digest of the Law of Scotland: With Special Reference to the Office and ...

Hugh Barclay - 1880 - 884 lehte
...unless sufficient means be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, where hot water is used, for preventing the escape...steam into the room occupied by the workers. (2.) Special Restrictions as to Employment, Meals, and Certificates of Filneits. 38. Children and young...
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The Law of Master and Servant

Charles Edmund Baker - 1881 - 176 lehte
...unless sufficient means are employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and, where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers. With regard to the machinery in a factory, every hoist or teagle near to which any person is liable...
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