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Page 255 - 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 254 - No minor under the age of sixteen years shall be employed, permitted or suffered to work in any...
Page 259 - Any person or corporation engaged in manufacturing. which requires from persons in his or its employ, under penalty of forfeiture of a part of the wages earned by them...
Page 255 - ... and a notice to that effect shall be attached thereto. Such notice shall not be removed until the machine is made safe and the required safeguards are provided, and in the meantime such unsafe or dangerous machinery shall not be used.
Page 267 - This act regulates the age, employment, safety, and work hours of persons employed in factories, workshops, mills, and all places where the manufacture of goods of any kind is carried on, and...
Page 262 - The platforms or balconies shall be constructed and erected to safely sustain in all their parts a safe load at a ratio of four to one, of not less than eighty pounds per square foot of surface.
Page 256 - Wheels from twenty-four inches to thirty-six inches in diameter with a five-inch suction pipe, and all wheels larger in diameter than those stated above shall be provided each with a suction pipe not less than six inches in diameter. The suction pipe from each wheel so specified must be full...
Page 262 - The balcony on the top floor, except in the case of a balcony on the street...
Page 255 - ... manner as to protect the person or persons using the same from the particles of dust produced and caused thereby, and to carry away the dust arising from, or thrown off by such wheels or belts while in operation, directly to the outside of the building or to some receptacle placed so as to receive and confine such dust: Provided, That grinding machines...