Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 5


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Pagina 260 - In the same session he submitted an elaborate report in favor of " an act to provide for the better instruction of youth, employed in manufacturing establishments,'
Pagina 290 - ... before six o'clock in the morning or after nine o'clock in the evening of any day, or for more than ten hours in any one day or sixty hours in any one week...
Pagina 23 - Health shall investigate, by themselves or by agents appointed by them, the subject of the correct method of drainage and sewerage of the cities and towns of the Commonwealth, especially with regard to the pollution of rivers, estuaries, and ponds by such drainage or sewerage, and to devise and report a system or method by which said cities or towns may be properly drained, and said rivers, estuaries, and ponds may be protected against pollution, so far as possible, all with the view to the preservation...
Pagina 274 - Commonwealth ; especially in its relations to the commercial, industrial, social, educational and sanitary condition of the laboring classes, and to the permanent prosperity of the productive industry of the Commonwealth.
Pagina 348 - ... or intoxicating liquors into the Indian country that the acts charged were done under authority, in writing from the War Department or any officer duly authorized thereunto by the War Department.
Pagina 267 - SECT. 2. No child under the age of fifteen years shall be employed in any manufacturing or mechanical establishment more than sixty hours in one week.
Pagina 263 - Labor being dearer in this country than it is in any other, with which we are brought in competition in manufacturing, operates as a constant inducement to manufacturers to employ female labor, and the labor of children, to the exclusion of men's labor ; because they can be had cheaper.
Pagina 23 - ACT to provide for an investigation of the question of the use of Running Streams as Common Sewers in its relation to the Public Health.
Pagina 311 - The country is hungry for information ; everything of a statistical character, or even of a statistical appearance, is taken up with an eagerness that is almost pathetic; the community have not yet learned to be half sceptical and critical enough in respect to such statements.
Pagina 298 - ... school is kept, at least twenty weeks, which time may be divided into two terms, each of ten consecutive weeks, so far as the arrangements of school terms will allow ; nor shall such employment continue, unless such child shall attend school as herein provided, in each and every year ; and no child shall be so employed who does not present a certificate, made by or under the direction of said school committee, of his compliance with the requirements...

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