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France-Concluded.

Page. Night work, prohibition, etc., of

1.54, 15.1, 171-173, 206-212 Notices relative to provisions of law, etc., to be posted by employers--- 155, 172, 173 Overtime work, regulations as to

212, 213 Penalties for violation of labor laws.

157, 158, 173, 221 Prohibited occupations--

134, 135, 163-166, 173, 216, 217 Rest periods, regulations as to

162, 171, 175 School attendance, regulations as to-

174, 183 Sunday or holiday work, regulations as to

1:54, 213-210 Violations of labor laws.

186, 19.5-197, 201, 207, 214, 221, 224 Work books, certificates, etc., regulations as to..

19+ Workday for children and women, duration of

197-2005 Galicia, school children at work in..

88-92 Germany : Age of admission to employment

241, 242, 246, 233, 272, 277 Apprentices, regulations, etc., as to employment of

259, 230) Children employed industrially-

267, 300-304 Children illegally employed--in violation of the provisions of the Industrial ('ode

306 under the age of admission.

307, 303, 310 Continuous operations, regulations as to employment in. Employees in establishments subject to inspection..

294, 298-303 Enforcement of child-labor laws.

* 31 Frequency of visits of inspection and number of visits made by inspectors in 1908

300 History of child labor legislation

231-41 Home industries, regulations as to.

203 270 Hotels and taverns subject to inspection. Hlours of labor, regulations as to...

246, 230, 234, 235, 261-203, 272-274 Hygiene and safety, regulations as to..

249, 231, 232-23 Industrial Code, the, discussion of

241-709 Inspectors, labormethod and work of

20.5-312 staff of

280-4 Inspectors, mine, number of Labor law of March 30, 1903, discussion of

269-277 Mine, employees in.

** Nature and extent of child labor, discussion of.

205-312 Vight work, prohibition, etc., of

246-250, 237, 239-262, 27" Notices relative to provisions of law, etc., to be posted by employers

13 Overtime work, regulations as to.

2.14) l'enalties for violation of labor laws.

27.5, 291, Prohibited occupations--

242, 243, 247, 232-251, 257, 258, 261. 203, 271-274 Rest periods, regulations as to..

244, 247-249, 251 204 Sehool attendance, regulations as to. School children at work.

237-240, 267. 303 Summary of child labor laws.

277, 278 Sunday or holiday work, regulations as to.

243-244, 257.272 273 Violations of child labor laws.

304-31 Wages of children, regulations as to..

24.5. 2455 Work books, crrtificates, etc., regulations as to

241-240, 273 History of child labor legislation? Austria

3-7 France

143-132 Germany

231-241 Italy.

313-313 Switzerland

320-3:7 Holiday work, regulations as to. (See Sunday or holiday work, regulations

as to.) Home industries, regulations, etc., as to : Belgium

1 43 Germany

209-76 Switzerland

407, 409 Hotels and taverns : Germany inspection of

304 Switzerland special laws for the protection of employees in

364-365 Hours of labor, regulations as to : Austria

5, 6, 12. 13. 18 Belgium

98-104 France

15., 160-163, 172, 173, 197-2017, 2:33 Germany

216. 210, 234, 235, 261-263, 272 274 Italy Switzerland

340, 341, 347, 351, 353 33.5, 339, 363, 360 Hygiene and safety, regulations as to : Austria.

12 Belgium

113 France.

1.55. 156, 175 Germany

219, 231, 232-2013

324, 3:3 Switzerland

340, 303 Illegal employment of childrin: Austria

at night
in dangerous or unhealthful occupations

30 under age of admission..

227, 33, 34 witaout work books or certificates.

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France--Concluded.

Page.
Night work, prohibition, etc., of-
Notices relative to provisions of law, etc., to be posted by employers--- 155, 172, 173

154, 155, 171-173, 206-212
Overtime work, regulations as to.-
Penalties for violation of labor laws.

212, 213
Prohibited occupations--

157, 158, 173, 221

154, 155, 163–166, 173, 216, 217
Rest periods, regulations as to-
School attendance, regulations as to--

162, 171, 175
Sunday or holiday work, regulations as to..

174, 183
Violations of labor laws---

154, 213-216
Work books, certificates, etc., regulations as to-

186, 193–197, 201, 207, 214, 221, 224

194
Workday for children and women, duration of

197-206
Galicia, school children at work in---

88-92
Germany :

Age of admission to employment-
Apprentices, regulations, etc., as to employment of

241, 242, 246, 233, 272, 277
Children employed industrially-

259, 260
Children illegally employed-

267, 300-304
in violation of the provisions of the Industrial Code

306
under the age of admission..
Continuous operations, regulations as to employment in.

307, 309, 310

256
Employees in establishments subject to inspection.

294, 298–303
Enforcement of child-labor laws.

293-312
Frequency of visits of inspection and number of visits made by inspectors
in 1908

300
History of child-labor legislation.-
Home industries, regulations as to--

231-241

269-276
Hotels and taverns subject to inspection.

304
Jours of labor, regulations as to--

240, 250, 254, 255, 261-263, 272-274
Hygiene and safety, regulations as to-
Industrial Code, the, discussion of

249, 251, 252-263

241-269
Inspectors, labor-
method and work of_

295-312
staff of..

280-294
Inspectors, mine, number of.

299
Labor law of March 30, 1903, discussion of

269-277
Mine, employees in---

299
Nature and extent of child labor, discussion of.

295-312
Night work, prohibition, etc., of.
Notices relative to provisions of law, etc., to be posted by employers.

246-250, 257, 259,262, 272

248
Overtime work, regulations as to-

250
Penalties for violation of labor laws.
Prohibited occupations---

275, 281, 282
242, 243, 247, 232–254, 257, 258, 261, 263, 271-274
Rest periods, regulations as to--
School attendance, regulations as to-

244, 247-249, 254-264

245
School children at work.
Summary of child-labor laws.

237–240, 267, 309

277, 278
Sunday or holiday work, regulations as to-
Violations of child-labor laws--

242-244, 257, 272273

304-312
Wages of children, regulations as to--

Work books, certificates, etc., regulations as to-
History of child-labor legislation :

244-246, 273
Austria

3-7
France

143-152
Germany

231-241
Italy -

313-316
Switzerland

326-337
Holiday work, regulations as to. (See Sunday or holiday work, regulations

as to.)
Home industries, regulations, etc., as to :
Belgium

113
Germany

269-276
Switzerland

407, 408
Hotels and taverns :
Germany
inspection of

304
Switzerland-
special laws for the protection of employees in.

364-365
Hours of labor, regulations as to :

Austria.
Belgium

5, 6, 12, 13, 18
France

98-104

155, 160-163, 172. 173, 197-206, 223
Germany

246, 250, 254, 255, 261-263, 272-274
Italy

320
Switzerland

340, 341, 347, 351, 353–355, 359, 363, 366
Hygiene and safety, regulations as to :
Austria

12
Belgium
France.
Germany

155, 156, 175
Italy

249, 251, 252-263
Switzerland

324, 325
Illegal employment of children:
Austria

at night.-
in dangerous or unhealthful occupations.

35
under age of admission.

36
without work books or certificates..

27, 33, 34

245, 246

113

346, 365

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Mlegal employment of children-Concluded.
Belgium

133-135
overtime

115, 116
under age of admission.

117, 118
without work book or certificate.
France

207
at night.

19.-197
in violation of law as to certificate or work book-

21+
on Sundays or holidays..

201
overtime

183-194
under age of admission
Germany-

306
in violation of the provisions of the Industrial Code.

307, 309, 310
under age of admission-
Switzerland

378
in violation of the law of 1877.

381
overtime

241-269
Industrial Code, the, of Germany, discussion of
Industries in France in which maximum workday for children and females may

172
be suspended...
Inspectors, labor, organization and work of. (See Labor inspectors, organization

and work of.)
Italy :
Age of admission to employment--

313, 314, 316, 317

313-316
History of child-labor legislation-
Hours of labor, regulations as to--

320, 321
Hygiene and safety, regulations as to-

324, 325
Inspectors, labor, organization and work of.

322, 323, 325, 326
Mines, regulations as to child labor in.

316, 317, 324, 325
Night work, prohibition, etc., of--

319, 320
Prohibited occupations-

324, 325
Penalties for violation of child-labor laws.

323, 324

321
Rest periods, regulations as to--
School attendance, regulations as to..

317
Work books, certificates, etc., regulations as to.

317-319
Labor inspectors, organization and work of :
Austria

21-38
Belgium

111-115
France

176-221
Germany

280-312
Italy.

322, 323, 325, 326
Switzerland.

372-393
Labor laws and decrees, discussion of:
Austria

7-21
Belgium

93-111
France

152-176
Germany

241-280
Italy

316-326
Switzerland

338-372
Labor laws, the, and the courts, in France_

224-231
Legislation, child-labor, in Europe. (See Child-labor legislation in Europe.)
Lower Austria, school children at work in..

52-66
Mine employees, number of, in-
Belgium

136
France

183,
Germany

299
Mines :
Employment of children in, violation of law relating to, in France.

224
Enforcement of child-labor laws in, in France.

222-224
Inspectors of, number of, in Germany.

293
Regulations as to child labor in, in Austria.

17-19
Subject to inspection, number of, in Germany

299
Moravia, school children at work in --

84-88
Night work, prohibition, etc., of :
Austria

5, 15, 16, 19
Belgium

95, 96, 99, 103, 104, 135, 136
France

1.54. 1.5.1, 171-173, 206-212
Germany

216–2:0, 2:57, 239-202, 272
Switzerland

341, 342, 351, 334, 357
Notices relative to provisions of law to be posted by employers :
Austria

6
Belgium

96, 97
France

155, 172, 173
Germany

218
Switzerland-

342, 360)
Occupations, prohibited. (See Prohibited occupations.)
Overtime work, regulations as to:
Austria

12, 13
Belgium

95, 96
France

212, 213
Germany

2.50
Switzerland

317
Penalties for violation of labor laws:
Austria

20, 21
Belgium

120
France

157, 158, 173, 221
Germany

273, 281, 282
Italy

323, 324
Switzerland

345, 350, 351, 353, 356, 357, 360, 362, 365, 378, 379, 395

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Prohibited occupations :

Page.
Austria
Belgium

15, 18
France-

104-107

154, 155, 163–166, 173, 216, 217
Germany-

242, 243, 247, 252-254, 257, 258, 261, 263, 271-274
Italy
Switzerland

324, 325

343, 344, 364, 367 Rest periods, regulations as to :

Austria
Belgium

5, 12, 13

99-101, 110, 111
France_
Germany

162, 171, 175

241, 247–249, 254–264 Italy

321 Switzerland.

353-355, 359, 361, 365 Safety and hygiene, regulations as to. (See Hygiene and safety, regulations

as to.) Salzburg, school children at work in.

48-52 School attendance, regulations as to:

Austria
France..

5, 6, 17, 20
Germany -

174, 183

245, 265-269 SwitzerlandSchool children at work :

333, 335, 336, 367-372
Austria

41-92
Germany
Switzerland

237-240, 267, 309

401-413 Silesia, school children at work in

66-69 Summary of child-labor laws of GermanySunday or holiday work, regulations as to :

277, 278 Austria

9-12 Belgium

108-111 France

154, 213-216 Germany

242-244, 257, 272, 273 Switzerland

341, 312, 317, 351, 354-356, 359, 367, 386 Switzerland : Accidents and workmen's compensation, regulations as to..

340 Accidents to employees to be reported.

346 Age of admission to employment..

342-344, 351, 339, 360, 364, 365 Apprentices, regulations, etc., as to employment of.

351-359
Children employed industrially-

396-400
Children, illegal employment of-
in violation of the law of 1877

378
overtime

384
Employees
born in 1891 who began and who left work in 1905, number of, and

number under 18 years of age, in first inspection circuit.
female, cantonal laws concerning-

399. 400

359-361
in the factories of the second federal-inspection circuit, number and
per cent of, under 18 years of age--

397
number and per cent of, 14 to 18 years of age.

398
per cent of, 14 to 18 years of age, in 1888, 1895, and 1901
relative number of, 14 to 18 years of age, in 1901 as compared with

397
1895---

396
working, over or under 60 hours per week, per cent of, in the first
federal-inspection circuit

399
working specified hours per week, per cent of, in the first federal-
inspection circuit

398
Enforcement of child-labor laws.
Fees, amount of, to be paid for overtime work of apprentices..

372-393

337
History of child-labor legislation.-
Home industries, effects of, on school children.

326-337
Hotels, taverns, and restaurants, special laws for the protection of em-

407, 408 ployees in--

361-366
Hours of labor, regulations as to..

340, 341, 347, 351, 353-355, 359, 365, 366
Hygiene and safety, regulations as to..
Inspectors, labor, organization and work of

346, 365

375-395
Legislation affecting child labor, discussion of-
cantonalmud

347-372
federal
Nature, extent, and consequences of child labor, discussion of

338-347

395-413
Night work, prohibition, etc., of.-
Notices relative to provisions of law, etc., to be posted by employers.

341, 342, 351, 354, 357

360
Overtime work, regulations as to.
Penalties for violation of child-labor laws

347, 357, 359, 360, 362, 384-386

345,
350, 351, 353, 336, 357, 360, 362, 365, 378, 379, 395
Prohibited occupations--
Rest periods, regulations as to--

343, 344, 364-367
School attendance, regulations as to

353-355, 359, 361, 365 School children at work

353, 355, 356, 367-372
Summaries of cantonal labor laws

401-413
apprenticeship
females.

338
Sunday or holiday work, regulations as to-

363, 364

341, 342, 347, 351, 354-356, 359, 367
Violations of cbild-labor laws.
Tork books, certificates, etc., regulations as to-

378, 384, 387, 388, 392 Tyrol, school children at work in.

343, 360

69-71 Upper Austria, school children at work in.

41-47

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