Monthly Bulletin of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Volume 3, Issue 9

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Page 50 - ... in any other occupation dangerous to the life or limb, or injurious to the health or morals of such child...
Page 72 - No person shall remove or make ineffective any safeguard around or attached to machinery, vats or pans while the same are in use, unless for the purpose of immediately making repairs thereto, and all such safeguards so removed shall be promptly replaced.
Page 47 - Each and every such wheel shall be fitted with a sheet or cast iron hood or hopper, of such form and so applied to such wheel or wheels that the dust or refuse therefrom will fall from such wheels, or will be thrown into such hood or hopper by centrifugal force, and be carried off by the current of air into a suction pipe attached to same hood or hopper.
Page 101 - ... dollars, or by imprisonment for not more than sixty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Page 83 - ... in a book kept for that purpose in the office of the...
Page 79 - Any person who violates or fails to comply with the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00...
Page 72 - Whenever practicable, all machinery shall be provided with loose pulleys. All vats, pans, saws, planers, cogs, gearing, belting, shafting, set-screws and machinery, of every description, shall be properly guarded.
Page 57 - ... bureau, such testimony to be taken in some suitable place in the [vicinity] to which testimony is applicable. Witnesses subpoenaed and testifying before...
Page 72 - ... and the time when such work shall begin and end, shall be kept posted in a conspicuous place in each room where they are employed.
Page 52 - A duly attested transcript of the birth certificate filed according to law with a registrar of vital statistics, or other officer charged with the duty of recording births, which certificate shall be prima facie evidence of the age of such child.

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