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" ... without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal... "
Acts of the Parliament of South Australia - Page 23
by South Australia - 1907
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Laundry Accounts

F. J. Livesey - 1905 - 124 lehte
...allowed in the case of women ; (b) A woman, young person, or child must not be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal ; (c) Women, young persons, and children employed in the laundry shall have allowed to them the same...
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The Law Relating to Children: A Short Treatise on the Personal Status of ...

Sir William Clarke Hall - 1905 - 298 lehte
...person in a non-textile factory and a young person in a workshop shall not be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a nieal. (or) (t) This section consolidates sec. 12 of the Fnctory Act, 1878, and sec. 14 of the Factory...
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Coal Mine Labor in Europe

United States. Bureau of Labor - 1905 - 547 lehte
...after 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon; nor may such persons be employed continuously for more than 5 hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal, nor for more than 8 hours on any one day without an interval or intervals for meals amounting altogether...
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Mining Law of the British Empire

Charles John Alford - 1906 - 300 lehte
...on Saturday, and twelve hours between any Women \ other two days. ] Not to be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. Not to be employed continuously for more than eight hours without an interval or intervals for meals...
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Public General Statutes (of Practical Utility ..., 2. köide,1904–1905. number

Victoria - 1906
...the NO. 1445 a. 20. provisions of this section be employed continuously in any factory or work-room for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. (2) When it appears to the Minister that the exigencies of trade require the suspension of the provisions...
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A Digest of Cases Decided in the Sheriff Courts of Scotland: Prior to 31st ...

George Guthrie (of Glasgow.) - 1906 - 626 lehte
...Act, 1878, a penalty is imposed for employing women or young persons more than five hours continuously without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal, and under sec. 17 for employing women or young persons during the advertised time allowed for meals....
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The Law of Mines, Quarries, and Minerals

Robert Forster MacSwinney - 1907 - 895 lehte
...midnight on the succeeding Saturday night : (7.) No boy, girl, or woman shall be employed continuously for more than five hours, without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal, nor for more than eight hours on any one day, without an interval or intervals for meals amounting...
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Encyclop¿dia of the Laws of England with Forms and Precedents by the Most ...

1907
...day of the week in two successive weeks. On either system a child is not to be employed continuously for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for meals (s. 27). There are exceptions to the foregoing general provisions of the Act. See, for example,...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor

United States. Bureau of Labor - 1908
...hours at one time In a factory or workshop In which five employment. or more such persona are employed without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal; but such person may be so employed for not more than six and one-half hours at one time if such employment...
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The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., 16. köide

Hugh Chisholm - 1911
...ground, but there arc further provisions with regard to intervals for meals and prohibiting employment for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. Registers must be kept of all protected persons, whether employed above or below ground. Section 38...
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