Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1457

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Employment of Minor3, D. C . -Continued. work or vacation permits; contents; record to be kept, etc ________ _ weekly lists of, to be sent to the applicaU!:~- p:e-;';on-o;-p;;miis-'c: companied by parent if under 16; papers required ______________ _ statement from prospective em- ployer; details ______________ _ evidence of age __________________ _ certificate of physical fitness from school medical inspector ______ _ details oL ____________________ _ school record, if under 16, issued by minor's teacher ______________ _ contents ____________________ ~ __ proofs of age required; birth certifi- cate________________________ _ baptismal record ________________ _ family record, etc________________ _ certificate of physical age from school medicallnspector, with affidavit of parent, etc _______________ _ no permit to be issued if minor shown to be under 14 ________ _ birth certificate accepted as pre- ferred ______________________ _ others accepted if, can not be ob- tained ______________________ _ vacation permits authorized for minors between 14 and 16; use oL __ .. _ difference in color from work permit, etc _________________________ _ employer receiving permit, to give school department notice of em- ploymentof minor, and termina- tion ________________________ _ effect of failure, etc ______________ _ evidence required of employer that minor employed without permit has reached 18 ______________ _ if not furnished, employment not to continue ____________________ _ proof of demand and failure to show proof age, evidence of unlawful employment ________________ _ punishment for specified violations, for first offense ______________ _ for any subsequent offense ________ _ enforcement of provisions by director of school attendance _________ _ authority conferred on school offi- cers, etc ____________________ _ restriction on stuffing of newspapers__ _ sales, etc., in streets by boys under 12 or girls under 18 __________ _ not applicable to fixed routes dis- tribution of newspapers, periodi- cals, etc ____________________ _ prohibited hours for boys under 16__ wearing of work badge required of boys under 16____________________ _ issue of street-trade badges, upon ap- plication of minor, etc________ _ requirements of applications ______ _ acceptance of work permit accepted in lieu oL __________________ _ contents of badge; record, etc _____ _ transfers forbidden ______________ _ wearing, etc., required ____________ _ lists of, to be sent to schools, etc., weekly _____________________ _ to expire January 1st, and color changed ____________________ _ 54835°-29-92 INDEX. 3111 Pa,e8. 1000 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1001 1002 1002 1002 1002 1002 1002 1002 1002 1002 1003 1003 1003 1003 1003 1003 1003 1003 1003 1003 1004 1004 1004 1004 1004 1004 1004 1001 1004 Employment of Minors, D. C .-Continued. P ,. .e . warning to minor, and notice to parent, of first offense of violation_ _ _ _ _ 1004 action of court, etc., for subsequent violations___ ____ __ ____ ____ ___ 1005 supervision by probation officer of juvenile court_ _ ______________ 1005 revocation of badge, etc__________ 1005 notification to parent, etc _ _ _ ____ _ 1005 effect oL______________________ 1005 refusal to surrender, a. violation of this Act_____________________ 1005 person offering an article to be sold in a public place, to a. minor under 16, must ascertain if minor wears his own badge___________________ 1005 if without badge, no article to be furnished _____ . ______________ 1005 punishment for failure to comply, etc.; for first offense___________ 1005 for any subsequent offensc_______ 1006 punishment for permitting violations by minor under bis controL_______ 1006 loitering of boys under 16 around news- paper offices during school hours not to be permitted by publishers, etc__________________________ 1006 punishment for permitting_________ 1006 inspectors, etc., to be appointed by Board of Education___________ 1006 competitive examination, etc., for___ 1006 jurisdiction given juvenile court in all cases arising under this Act____ 1006 former child labor Act, etc., repealed__ 1006 invalidity of any provision, not to affect . validity of remainder of Act____ 1006 supervision, etc., of the Board of Edu- cation_______________________ 1006 effective July 1, 1928________________ 1006 Employment Service, D. C., appropriation for maintenance, etc_ 651, 1268 deficiency appropriation for mainte- nance, 1929__________________ 1692 Employment Smrice, Department of Labor, appropriation for fostering, etc., welfare of wage earners, etc ________ 109,1139 objects designated _ _ _________ 109, 1139 deficiency appropriation for _ _ _ _ __ __ __ 47 for salaries, 1929__________________ 1685 Emrie, Mary L. (widow), p'lDsion increased___________________ 2237 Endico!t, C.ynthia E. (widow), pensIon mcreased___________________ 1988 Endy, Nora (daughter), pension_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ ______ ___ ______ 1825 Engel~rdtl AU/1U3ta (widow), penSIOn IDcreased __________________ . 2104 Engineer Commi8&ioner', Office, D. C ., appropriation for office persolIDeL _ 647, 1264 for central garage ______________ 647,1264 Engineer CorP8, Army (3e8 Engineer De- partment, Army). Engineer Department, Army, appropriation for civilian personnel, Office of Chief of Engineers_ 326,1349 draftsmen, etc_______________ 326,1349 for printing and binding, under Chief of Engineers_______________ 327,1351 for fortifications, seacoast defenses United States _____________ 336,1359 insular possessions ___________ 336,1359 PanamaCanal_______________ 336,1360 for expenses of depots __________ 341, 1363 for maintenance of Engineer SchooL 341, 1363