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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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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., 16. köide

Hugh Chisholm - 1911
...ground, but there are 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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Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage-earners in the United States ...

United States. Bureau of Labor - 1912
...persons are employed in a factory or workshop, they shall not be employed more than six consecutive hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal, except that employment may continue 6£ hours, if all 1 Rev. Laws 1902, ch. 106, sec. 27, as amended...
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Bulletin of the International Labour Office

International Labour Office - 1912
...than ten hours (excluding meal-times) in any one day ; nor (d) For more than five hours continuously without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal ; nor (e) At any time after two o'clock in the afternoon of such workingday in each week as the occupier...
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The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record

1895
...woman, except on a half holiday, shall be employed in any factory for more than 4^ hours continuously without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal ; — girls under 15 cannot work as type-setters; no boy under 15 can be employed for more than 48...
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Laws Relating to Labor, Enforced by the State Board of Labor and Industries ...

Massachusetts - 1913 - 104 lehte
...than six hours at one time in a factory or workshop in which five or more such persons 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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Lead Poisoning: from the Industrial, Medical, and Social Points of View ...

Sir Thomas Oliver - 1914 - 294 lehte
...Schedule, except in glost placing and lithographic transfer making, shall be employed for more than four hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. No person shall be employed in the process of glost placing or in the process of lithographic transfer...
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Report of the Special Committee Appointed by the House of Representatives of ...

Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Conditions Under Which Women and Children Labor - 1914 - 194 lehte
...for more than six hours at one time in a factory, workshop, mercantile or mechanical establishment 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 onehalf hours at one time if such employment...
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Bureau Publication, 10. number

1915
...than six hours at one time in a factory or workshop in which five or more such persons 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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Labor Bulletin, 104–112. köide

Massachusetts. Department of Labor and Industries. Division of Statistics - 1915
...than six hours at one tune in a factory or workshop in which five or more such persons 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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Bulletin of the International Labour Office

International Labour Office - 1916
...Part of this Act. 42. No male under 18 years of age and no female shall be employed continuously in a factory for more than five hours without an interval of at least half an hour for a meal. 43. (i) No male under 16 years of age and no female shall be employed in a factory for more than 48...
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