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DIGEST OF CHILD LABOR LAWS OF THE STATES

By

Beverly Coleman


WORK MATERIALS NO. 72















LABOR STUDIES SECTION
MARCH, 1956




BDALZN WO P U.lS
By W. P. A:


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OTFICNj OF :IATIIGNAL ZECOV 3Y ADKIII 3T.ATION

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DIGEi3T OF CHILD LABOR LAWS OF THE STATES

By

Beverly Coleman


LABO?. STUDIES SECTI0OJ
MARCH, 1936










F C R. E %V 0 R D


This 'i..; .t of th, r..in- provis.ir.ns of str-te laws

affecting hc. empl.o; ...; of mi;:ors ,was p." .,pared by Mr.

Beverl;." Cole-ian of tle L-,bcr Stu ies Section, Mr.

Solomon 3:kin, ii charge.

The surmaries speak, for the-selves. There have not

heretofore been available in annotated form. It is

acco'rdinglyr highly de-Airnble that they- should be mimeo-

yeraphed for the use of students in the field.

.,t the back of the report will be found a brief

statement of the studies undertaken by the Division of

Review.








L. C. Iarshiall,
Director, Division of Review


March 27, 1936






































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Alcb L'ia. ... .9...... 9 9 9 9 9 99 .9.9 ... ,. 1
Arizona,,.*.**. 0 f g V****,*,< 3
ArkanIfsa&s.*...* * ..., .... ., *....*..., 5
California........ ..... .............. . 7
Colorad&o,. . ..9..* 9.9. .. ... ..* 10
Connecticut. ......................,....... 12
Delaware. ...... .......9. .9.., .....9... 15
District of Columbia. ......,.....,,......, 18
Florida,....... ............. ... .. ......* 21
Georgia,.......... .99... . 9 9. .. 99.......... 23
Idaho........ ...... ... ........ ... .... .... 25
Illinois.,6...... .*. .....*..... .. 9..9.... .9 27
Indi ana. .a.. 9 9 6.9 se ..... *..,.....,..., 29
10v7Q. .9999..6999996996999999999.. 99999.. 9999. 9999999.. 31
IoKansas... ..... .................9........ 33
Kanmsast aese 9s 33
Kentucky...........** 9........ ..... 9 .0 .. 4 9.... 35
Louisiana.......96. ....... .. .. .. ........9 37
l.-aine,. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .... . .... .. . .. .., 39
Saryland...... .... ......9... 9.....9...... 41
i assachusetts......... ..9..9 9,099 909999999 44
i chi an......... ... 9969 .99... 9 9 9 9 .47
innesota....... ..........,,,.... .....,...... 50
ississippi... .. 5 9 . 9.9. . .. . 53
iscouri....,,... 9. 9. 9 a999999 55
i ontana.,,o ..o. .. .. . ....... .............. 57
ebraska . . . . .. ............ .. 59
evontadna....... ............. ... 9 ............ 6257


'Seb rska ... .......e..... . .... ....... ... . 67
le, ea ico,. ....... .... .. . ........ ... 69
iNer H~nnshire.96. .99959969699 64


Ie-' York .i ........ 7 o 96 9 63 .6 . . . .6 1
lorth Caroline ........ *..999999.9999909,9994* 75
i:oarth Ds.':ota.. .. ...... . .. ....... ....... 78
Oklchn a . . . . .. . . . . 83
Oregon...... ........... ... .. ....9 .......... 85
Pennrsylvahnia, 1 ...... ..9 ....... ..... .. 88
Oreo n... I .a ................ ..,........ .. ...... 91
Rhode Islandl. 699999609666.. .9.. .......... 9 9 91
South Carolina,........ **..., ... 9 ......9 94
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T~nnos.. . .. .. .o. .. ... .. . .980
Utxas. . . . .. . . a . . a a . a . . a . .101
V-r-ont ... ..................... m.............1n7
Virginir. aS...... .a. . ... .... .109
Washington........ .... .................... .112
"Tost Virpinia. ..aaa............ ... ..a........... 116
is.onsin .... 18
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CHILD LABOR LAW

ALA, A


SOURCES
Code of 1920,
as amended
Ch.rcter 99
Sec. 3504
Sec. 394

Sec. 3507
(,s a:ionde.)


Sec. 352S

Sec. 3M03
(r s ;'nf" eK')


Sec. 3%5

Sec. 3495

Sec.- 3>67
(as ainendec(')

Sec. 3495

Sec. 31`-97


Sec. 3512

Sec 3713


Sec. 3513


PROVISIONS


La'7 5

(19:190, ,j.7, Sec. S)
(1919, o.867,Sec.l)

)1931, ;. 414)



(1919,p. 7:7,Sec. 7)


(193.1,up. L!2-414)


(19 S-.S'7,Sec. 9)

(191l9,r..S37,Sec.9)

(1;31., -p. 414)


(1919, -a.267,Sec.2

(191.9,L.,: J, Sec. 4',


(1319,o.8S7,Sec. 13

(1919,p.S37, Sec.13


(1919, S7, Sec.13


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HIIIIlF1: AGE:
14, in any en.vloyTlent or service during school hours.
14, in an..' r-ainful occupation at any time, except agriculture and.
domestic service, and
except boy: 12 and over during vacation in business offices,
mercantile estvblislhnents, in anc6 Pbout dairies, or as caddies
on golf links
E1 LOY .ZT' CERI TICATES:
Retauler certificates: RqouireL for chilCren 1L4 to 17 in any
;gainfual o.c-jcoation e.-.cc- .t A-riiculture or domestic service;
conplaetion of Sth -"rae (8th after Se-terber T, 19314) for
c[.i-2 ,:nc..r Sa'.: certi-'icate of 'hysic-i fitnes- required.
A,'ge c e rt ii cate,: I sLuae in practice on re-ae-t to minorss 17
and over.
Isauod y: Lccal public zc chobl officials.
?tOUiiS
S-hour day, 4-7-hour -eek, 6-@ay -Teek for minors urn-dr I5 in any
painful o2cuOation, except agriculture and. domnicstic scr-cce;
work outside school hovrs limited to 4 hours a dr n.- in
hours a w7eek.
I'I C-MT 70Ki:
-:roliiibited for minors under il bet-'een 7. nm. an' G a. n.. in any
gainful occupation, except rcricmilture andc doue.tic service.
Night messenger v7or] prohibited for- minors under 12 between 10
mnd 6 a. m..
STrnrT TI -ES:
].iniru;i ace: Boy 12 (10 in Cdistribution of ners .,0:' rs nci peri-
odicals on fixe0. routes in resicentil districtss; girl 1g.
-c'ges: Renuired for boys uncrr ,.G. Regular school attendance
required of boys receiving b.-CLges e':cept bo" 14 1rn.d legally
Qualified for eniplor.ient certificate.
Work prohibited betreen S.m. inc"- 5 a.m. for boys under 16,
L.- o a-lies to entire State.





CHILD LABOR LAJS
AAIA:LA (Continuec)


F-.OVISIOIS


Sccs.5349,350C

Sec. 31S
Sec. 35';0

Chr-ter ?97
Art. 1_
Sec. 7593
(as mnendc')


(1319, a.S7,Secs.5
and 6)
(191,:-.7, ez.i)
(;19,1. _.,7, Sec.G)


(1931 ,n.415)


Alabana School
Coc'e 1q27. Adopted Aug. 27. 127
Art.. vI
Sec, 301
Sec.. 304
Sec. 304

Sec. 3, 4
Sec.. 304


SOURCE


: IA APDOUS OCMU.ATI_.S RO:--I17I D:
Un,.eer 1 in r- fairly cor.urehensive list of hazardous occupations.

S Unfer 21 in ;ool or illirrC roo .s.
Unf'cr 16 in occupations feclap.rec hIr.7-rcous by Strte Bo.rd of Hepilth

SST.'U.: ;_r IL T-LLALLY. rLYBD .'; i::3 JIDER TT .701' 1u:''S c: EITSATIOQ

: Tlle--rlly employed "ino-'.s rro coverc- by t'e correns3ation act and
:touJ: conmoensation is provided in case of injury to such
S'I inors.
F"TL-?T. 3C-iOL ATfIlAWCE:


Renq'Luire of chilC' bct-een 7 an,'. 1 &arir.- entire session, exce-t:
ChilE 'tio is ph,.-sically or -ient. lv inc-.cacitnatce..
S 'There t.erc is no school .,it/ n t-,o :.n.." a -ialf -'iles and. no
publicc trrnsoortn'tion is jrovid-cd.
Child '7110 is 14 an(C. hvs conolete. the 7.th -r-tde.
S Chil. ,'ILo is I4 and legt1.ly erxplo/c. o.n )Er:iit.
CONLIIUATIOIi SCHiOOL ATTLDAZ:C-:
Ho provision.




CHILD LABOR LAUS


ARIZONA


SOURCES : PROVISIONS


26vised Code of 1928
(.s mendede) La :s
Cl-Loter 21. Art.
Sec. 1033 (1921,Ch.1143,Sec.1)
Ch -oter 24, Art. 2


Sec. 1362


Sec. 1364


Sec.
Soc.


1367
136z


Sec. 1365

Sec. 1373



Sec. 1373


Sec. 1372


(l912,Ch.32, Sec.l)
Mod. 1913, .S. S Sec.311C







(1912, Ch.32, Sec.7)

(1912, Ch.32, Sec.13)
(1912, Ch.32, Sec.15)

(1912, Ch.32, Sec.lO)

(1912, Ch.32, Sec. 22)



(1912, Ch.32, Sec.22)


(1912.Ch.32,Sec.21)


imiIi'iU_ AGE:
14, in any business or service during school hours;


14, in any mills, factory, workshop or mercantile esteblishient,
) tenement house, Ia.nufpctory or workshop, business office,
telegraph or tele-phone office, restaurant, bakery, barber
S shop, apartment house, bootblack stand or parlor, or in the
distribution or trmnsoortbtion of merchandise or inessages,
except that bo-'s oet,'een 10 and 14, on license, may sell
paers or oern -e in other 7ork outside school hours When
non-harrp:ful c.sicrll: or morally.
AIPLOY: liiT CEATIFI Ci;:S:
: .e'9,:r certificates: required for child between l4 and 16 in
above occupc.tions;
: Physician's certificates of physical fitness and,
: co-pletion of 5th Jr:'.e required.
: Age certificates: !o provision
: Issued by: Local public school officials.
HOURS:
: S-hour day, 4&-hour week, for boys under 16, girls unler iS,
in any gainful occupation except agriculture or cionestic
service.
: IIGHT WORK:
: Prohibited between 7 p.ri. and 7 a.m. for boys under 16 and
girls under 1S in any gainful occupation, except agriculture
or domestic service.
: Night messenger wor]: prohibited between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. for
persons under 21, in incorporated cities and towns.





CHILD LAJOR LAUS

ARIZOUA (Continueh )


SO ACS


Sec. 1375


Sec.
Sec.
Soc.


1363
1370
1371


Ch. 24, Art. 5
Sec. 1419

Ch.21, Art. 5
Sec. 1033
Sec. 1033
Sec. 1033
Sec. 1033
Sec. 1033

Sec. 1039


Sec. 1039


: P:I0I SI o;S
S


: STZ.-T TIRADES:
(1912, Ch.32,Sec.224) : ltinimuzi a;ie: Boy 10, girl 16; license required boys 10 to 14.
: HAZARDOUS OCCLUATIO5S PP.OHI3TTFD:
(1912, Ch.32, Seczs.3 and 4): Under 1i in f. .irl; co'Tprohensive list of hazardo-c occupation.
(1912,Ch.32,Sec.lS) : Under 13 in a fe, occupations.
(1912,Ch.32, Secs. 1i, 1I
ac2. 19) : Under l1 and 13 in occupations declared hazardous by the
St .te EoPrd of Hevlth.
: STATUS 0-' ILILEGA-LLY Ei PLAYED 'iINORS :TDL. THE UOfKii!' S
: COLlFTI.S..TTO" ACT.
(1925, Ch.83,Sec.) 9,(2) : Miinors illc-nlly e'n]o',ed -re covered by the conoensation
Sact a.', rccei e t.,: sa-le co.;poeftsatioa- as if legally eTcloyed.
: UL'I,-T LE SCi.'62 PiY.EiID!t,-CE:
(1921, Ch.l)13,Sec.J) : ReqLired' oF ciild bet'7cen 9 and 16 during entire session, except:
(1921,Ch.143,Sec.l) : Cild w/ho is uhy,.icPl!y oi ren",t.*' i ic-r;)."-'. ted;
(1921, Ch.l43,Sec.l) Cbild r.io has coIdtL'.. ,:',1:.;rilu( r-r.'-: r sc"ogl course;
(1921, Ch.143; Sec.l) : Chill w'io has presented :crsons deemed satisfactory';
(1921,Ch.l43,Sec.l) : Chil.d 'ho. is 14 and i-7."tully employed.
COOTIInTATiO7 SCHOOL ATT'.i, ,A..C.U:.
(1919,Ch.113,Sec.3) : Required of child beti,een l4 and 16 regularly er.Tployed, for 5
hours per reek, 150 hours per year, and between S a.n. and
: 6 p.m.
(1919, Ch.113,Sec.3) : Part-tine schools rr.st be- c!,-.'-olishcd by districts in which
the-e n-i.-r l h.ve bc.,n J.z sil 15 er.r",]c,,ment certificates,
unless C'iKt.'it cxE.:J^b.

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CHILD LABOR LAWS
ARKANSAS


SOURCES :PROVISIONS


Digest of the
Statutes, 1921
Chag. 117, Part
I. Cu
Sec. 70S5



Sec. 7092

Sec. 7096


Sec. 7092




Sec. 700

Sec. 7091

Sec. 7102



Sec. 7090

Sec. 7091

Sec. 7103


Laws



(1915,p.1505', Sec.1)



(1915,p.150o, Sec.7)

(1915,p.1506, Sec.2)


(1915,p.150S, Sec.7)


(1915,p.1507, Sec.5)

(1915, p.1508, Sec.6)

(1915,p.7S2, Sec.l)


(1915,p.1507, Sec.5)

(1915,P.150S, Sec.6)

(1915,P. 73, Sec.2)


I;IUI:RIUi AGE
l1, in any rei.iunerative occupation, except that during school
vacation, ch'il.'l may be employed by his parent in occupations
onmecL or controlled by him.
ES.MLOYTIEiJT CE':TIFI CATES
Rerular ccrtific-.tes: Required for children between 14 and 16
for work in any establishment or occupation;
Completion of 4th grade required; no physician's certificate
of T0hysical fitness required.
Age certific tLcs: lo provision.
Isse1 by:, L- livess po-rer of issuance to State Connissioner 0
of Labor andL Strtistics or local public school officials;
in rrrct-ice certificates are issued by former, proof of
age being for-7a.rded by the local school officials.
HOURS
S-hour da', 4S-hour ueek, 6-day week in any occupation, for
chilCLren uLnC.er 16.
10-hour day, 5.-Ihour week, 6-day week in any occupation, for
minors between 16 and IS;
9-hour day, 5)4-.ho.Ar week, 6-day week for all females in manu-
facturing;, mechanical, or mercantile establishment, or
laundry, or by express or transportation co iparny.
NIGHT WORK
Prohibited in any occupation between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for
children under 16.
Prohibited in any occupation between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. for
minors between 16 and 16;
Prohibited between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. for girls between 16
and 1S in manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile es-
tablishment, or laundry, or by express or transportation company.





CHILD LAXIO LARJS
ARKANSAS (Co-ti ,riee


PROVI S101'S


Sec. -70E7


Sec. 70S


S'P-EET TRACES
Jo provision.
:(HaZAIJOUS OCCUTATIOi.S PPOHI3ITD
(1915,p.l.J S0c.3) : Under 16 in f-'irly comprehensive list of hazardous occ"p.,tions.
: 4O prohibition u-n to 1S except a iniir.rar. age of 18 as hoisting
: engineer in '.ires.
(1915,p.l.O5,.sec.3) : Under 16 in occ.xi-tions decl-red. hazardous b-r the Strtc 2ord
S of Health.
: STATUS OF ILT.'GAL.LY E' PLAYEDD i-'1 "ORS ITUNE THE WJORKLE"" S CO; JENSA-
: TIO:. ACT: '
: ci o )ens.-tion -ct.
: FULI-TI'"E SCL.OL ..'TT',TDO'CE
(1931,Act 1S09,Sees.150 : Reqaircd. of c&iilC. v;et'..Cen 7 and 16 for 100 days, or full term
an1. 151) : if loss, e::cer.t:
(1931, Act 169, "ec. 152):' Child -.7ho is -l.yzicslly or mentally incapacitated:
(1931, Act 169, Sec. 152):: Ghfid w7io h:as co .pleted the 8th grade;
(1931, Act 169, Sec. 152): Chi-ld. hose services t:re neededd to support, nido'-ed mother,
SCO:'TII',.'.TIC-T SC::OCL -ATT : ,-.I:
No provision.


SOURCES


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CHILD LABORt LAWS
CALIFORBTIA


SOURCE


C-eneral Laws
Dee r j in, 19-1
Vol.' 2,Title 271
Act 3525, Sec. 1 (




Vol. 3, Title 520
Act 7519, Sec. 1.177
Act 7519, Sec. 1.172

Act 7519, -Sec. 1.179
Vol. 2, Title 271
Act 3625, Sec. 5


Act 3625, Sec. 6


Vol. 3. Title 520
Act 7519, Sec.
1.174(3)
Act 7519,'Sec.1.172
Act 7519, Sec.1.171
Act 7519, Sec.1.173

Act 7519, Sec.1.170
Vol. 2, Title 271
Act 3625, Sec. 2

Act 3625, Sec. 5


PROVISIONS


Laws


L919, Oh. 259, Sec.l)





(1929, School Code)
(1929, School Code)

(1929,. School Code).

(1929, Oh. 546, Sec.1)


(1919, Ch. 259, Sec.6)



(1929, School Code).


(1929j
(1929,
(1929,

(1929,

(1919,


School
School
School


Cocle)
Code).
Co(.e).


School Code).

Oh. 259, Sec.2)


(1929, Ch. 5146, Sec.l)


: ITI!MUM! AGE
16, in any merceantile establishment, manufacturing est-blishment,
: or mechrnicol establishment, workshop, office, laundry, place
of arjuse,:ent, restaurant, hotel, apartment house, or in the
distribution or transmission of merchandise or messages, or
in an:- other -olace of labor, except:

: Child 14 outside school hours, on permit,
Child l4 on pocrit, if he has completed elementary school course
and services are nceded for fa.aily support;
: Child 12, '.'oroiin during vacation and on weekly school holidays;

Child v70io:in7 in agric.rlculture, horticulture, viticulture or domes-
tic service omn-tisde school hours.
: CLOY: LE-iTT I.-_ I CA:1S I .
: Aeular certifiU t-es: Required of child between l4 and 16 (child
bet-.7ee:. 15 rncl. iS where continuation school is established)
for i*jor-: c'Lurij.g school hours in any occupation.

Physicians certificate of -physical fitness required.


. Completion of 9th .-r^Pe for child 14 and
: 7th grade for child 15 required for work during school hours.
: Age certificates: Issued to any minor over certific te age on
reque st.
: Issued by: Local -oublic school officials.
: HOURS
: g-hour day, 14S-hour week for minor under IS, with exemptions, in
occupations covered by the minimum age provisions, except
: for minor 16 or over in agriculture, horticulture, viticulture
or domestic service;


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CHILD LADOR LAOS
CALIOMNIA (Cont inued.)


SOURCES___
: HOURS (Conti-nued)


PROVISIONS ___


Vol. 2. Title 353)
Act 471S, Sec. 1
Vol. 3. Title 520
Act 7519, Sec. 1.177

Vol. 2. Title 271
Act 3b25, Sec. 2


Act 3626,
Act 3625,




Act 3625,
Act 3625,

Act 3625,


Act 3625,


Sec.
Sec.




Sec.
Sec.


(1S93, Ch. :LI, Sec. i)

(1929, School Code)


(1919, Ch. 259, Sec. 2)


(1911,
(1919,


(1919,
(1919,


Sec. 4


Sec. 4


Vol. 2. Title 350
Act 4749, Sec. 8

Vol. 3. Title 520
Act 7519, Sec. 1i130
Act 7519, Sec. 1.14l
Act 7519, Sec. 1.142


Ch. 63s,
Ch. 25,




Ch. 259,
Ch. 259,


(1919, Ch. 259,


(1919, Oh. 259,


Sec. .1)
Sec. 3)




Sec.34)
Sec.3-.)

Sec. 4)


Sec. 4)


(1931, Ch. 1021, Sec. 1


(1929,
(1929,
(1929,


School Code)
School Code)
School Code)


6-day week for all employees, with exemptions.

Hours of labor of children under 16 working outside of school
hours together with hours at school not to e::ceed S.
NiJIGIT WORK
: Prohibited between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. for minor under 16 in
occupations regulated under "ic_'-s" (10 p.nri. and 6 a.m.
in factories, fruit and vegetable canning or. packing in-
dustries and in the fish canning industry)
and in "vending or selling gods or co.-,d.icting any business."
: Night messenger service pronioited betr-een 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.
for bo-"s between 16 nnd 18 in cities of over 15,000 popu-
lr.lation. (oork' as :ieszenkge. entirely prohibited for boys
under 16 and cirls under 1S in such cities.)
: STREET TP)A'S
Minimum -):o: Joy 10; girl 13. Badge system: None.
: Law applies only to cities of 23,000 or more.
ILHZARDOUS OC2UATIO:TS : OC:f T1T.C
: Under 16 in a co!rprehcnsive list of hazardous occupations.
No provision prohibiting employment under 18 in hazardous oc-
Scupatio'.s.
: Under 16 in occupations declared hazardous by the Stcte Depart-
ment of Industrial Relaticns.
: STATUS OF ILLTC-ALLY DIPOYED MINORS UWDz2 THE ,ORKILrN'S CO. ,
PEN.ATIOiq ACT
Minors illegally employed are covered by the compensation act
and receive the same compensation as if legally employed.
: FULL-TIME7. SCHOOL ATTEIPANCE
: Required of child between 8 and 16 for entire session, except:
: Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
: Child living more than two miles from school by nearest traveled
road;





CHILD LABOR LAI7S
CALIFORNIA (Continued)


SOURCES


Act

Act

Act

Act

Act
Aat

Act

Act

Act

Act


7519,

7519,

7519,

7519,

7519,
7519,

7519,

7519,
7519,

7519,


Sec.

Sec.

Sec.

Sec.

Sec.
Sec.

Sec.

Sec.

Sec.

Sec.


1.145

1.350

1.380

1.350

3,493
1.350

1.350

1.350

1.360

3.491


(1929, School Code) :

(1931, Ch. 1215, Sec.:
5)
(1931, Ch.1215, Sec. :
5)
(1931, Ch.1215, Sec.
5)
(1929, Schiool Code) :
(1931, Ch.1215, Sec.
.. 5)
(1931, Ch.1215, Sec. :
1 5)
(1931, Ch. 1215, Sec.:
5)
(1931, Ch. 1215, Sec.:
5)
(1929, School Code) :


PROVI SIONS
FtJLL-TIMIE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE (Continued)
* child holding a certificate to work.
CONTIhNUATION SCHOOL ATTE ANCE
Required of child un-.er 18 not subject to day school attendance
law,
and of chilI e::cused fro. reiila.r school attendance on W7ork
certificate,
for 4 hours e.ach week

between S a..i. nnii 5 p.m., during regular school term, except:
SChild who hns been graduated from 4-year high school;

Child physicall-r or mentally incapacitated;

Child who iust render personal service to his dependents;

anT minor viho would suffer if he -?ere compelled to attend.

* Schools must be established in high school district having
50 minors subject ta continuation school attendance p-oro-
:visions.





CHILD LAJ(0. LaUS

COLORADO


PROVI SI01S __ ____h_ _


:.ills Annotated
Statutes 1926
Ch. 29 Div. III
Sec. 657



Sec. 657


Sec. 657

Sec. 671


Sec. 660

Sec. 662





Sec. 663


Sec. 668

Sec. 671


L,' s

(1911, Oh. 9R, Sec. i)


(1911, Oh. 95, Sec. 1)


(1911, Ch. 95, Sec. 1)

(1911, Ch. 95, Sec. 15


(1911, Oh. 95, Sec. 14)


(1911, Ch. 95,


Sec. 6)


(1911, Ch. 95, Sec. 7)


(1911, Ch. 95,

(1911, Oh. 95,


Sec. 12


)













)


Sec. 15)


14, in any, ":-.inr-ble" occup-Ltion at any tine ini any rierc.-ntile
estallis'm.ort, store, office, hotel, launJry, .,a.am.fncturing
esLablis'-L.:ent, bo-:ling allev, passenger or freight elevator,
factory or *.worl:sh'op, or as a ressc:cr :.c-. driver therefore.
14, in any V'ork: 'or conripensation to whomsoevrr panable Guring
any portion of any month whunen the public schools of the
to-n in wh'iich child resides are in session, c::ce! t:
Child in any frLait orchard, Pr;rden, field, or far'i, but permit
required, for this work if for other than 'rrents.
Child 12 curinig June, July, and. ,.ugust l.7hen public schools are
not in reLialar session.
E1 LOYTiFNT CFI TI-?I C.,Vi2 S:
Regular certificates: Required for child between 114 and 16 in
above occupations.
Neither certific-te of physical fitness nor conpletiorn of
specified gra'Le required. Child, nust be able to read and
write Ernglish (evening school attenrlance accepted as a sub-
stitute).
AGE CERTIFICATES:
No provision,
ISS =TUT 3Y:
Local public or parochial school officials.
HOURS:
8-hour day, 48-hour week, in any gainful occupation, for child
under 16,
Except child between l4 and 16 (between 12 and 16 during summer
vacation) on special permit. (Law not clear as to extent of
this exemption. )
J


SOURnC S





CHILD LABOR LA7S
COLO3IDOU (Continued)


Sec. 66s

Sec. 657


Sec. 659


Sec. 659


Chap. 29. Div. II
Sec. 639.
Sec. 639 (:
Sec. 639 (


Sec. 639
Sec.-..639

Sec. 650


(:
(:


L903,
1903,
1903,


1903,
1903,


Chap.
Chap.
Chap.


Chap.
Chap.


l641,
164,
164,


(1899, Chap. 136,


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


Sec.
Sec.


Sec. 11)


PRO VISI ONS


SOURCES


*6


(1911, Chl. 95,$Sec. 12)

(1911, Ch. 95, Sec. 1)


(1911, Chap. 95, Sec. 3)


(1911, Chap. 95, Sec. 3)




(1931, Chap. 175,Sec. 1).


NIGHT "70'RK:
: .Prohibited after g p.m. in any gainful occupation for child under
16, -ith same exemptions as under Hours above.
Prohibited between 8 p.m. and 7 am. in any employment for-child
under l1.
STREET TRADES:
Minimum Age: boy none, girl 10; no badge system, no prohibition
Sof night .rork.
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIOITS PROHIBITED:
: Under 16 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.
: Yo State agency authorized to declare other occupations hazardous-;.
and forbid employment therein.
: TATUS OF ILLEGALLY EIiPLOYED I1INORS UNDR THE WORIG ENS COiPENSATION
ACT:
: Illegally e.rploy'ed -.inors are covered by the compensation act and '
receive the sane compensation as if legally employed.
: FJLL-TIME SC1LOOL .ATTCI'DAiICE:
SRequired of child between S and 16 for entire session, except:
: Child l14 uho has'conpleted the 8th grade:
Child 14 whose hel.D is necessary for his own or his parents'
supo.ort (chilLL uust be given poor relief to perrnit him to
attend but not required to attend more than 3 hours a day);
Child l4 if exerntion is for his best interests;
-Child whose rol-sical or mental condition does not Dermit his
S attendance;
: Child in Cistrict in which there are no sufficient seating ac-
Scommodations,
:. CONTINUATIOil SCHOOL ATTEIMhANCE:
: No provision,


CHILD R LAUS
" COLOI DO (Continued)





CHILD LAC:: L'..'S

CONITOCTI CUT


SOURCES PROVISIONS


General Stats.
Rev. of 1930.
(as amended)








Sec. 901
(a.s amended)

Sec. 905
(is amended)





Sec. 907
(As amended)

Sec. 907



Sec. 907

Sec. 5190
(as amended)


.U *JS :


(1925, Chap. 279, ?. 704)







(1933, Chap. 46, Par't III)
3

(19353, Cha;. 46, Pa.rt III)






(1935, Chap. 46, Part III)


(193. Chap. 46, Pa.rt III)


(1935P, Chap. 46, P-7rt

(1935, Chap. 279)


III)
4


iII:l VJ A;GE
16, at any tine in any manufacturing, mechanical, mercr.-ntile,
or thcatric-l industry, restaurant, public dining room,
bowling alley, shoe-shining, establishment or barber shop,
except in the distribution of newspaper, in farm or other
agricultural irork, or in the marketing of farm -oroducts
(1935 law). (In practice a former law worded similarly
hls been interpreted to cover practically all employment
e;:cept a.ricalture and domestic service.)
14, in any occupation during school hours.

Ei-LFLOYI E:IT CERTI 2 CATS.
Repula.r certifica.tes-: Required for employment of child between
14 and 16 during school hours in any occupation (including
farm wrork, domestic service and street trades) not covered
by the 16 ye.rs :nninimn age. Grade requirei:ient nay be waiv-
ed by St-te BorrdL' of Education in case of an educationally
retn.rded child. Issuance of certific-te must be for child's
best interest.
Completion of Sth grade required.

AGE CERTIFICATES:
Required for minors between 16 and 18 in occupations prohibited
under 16, and between 1S and 21 in occupations prohibited
under.IS. -- -
ISSUED BY:
State Board of Education or its agent.
HOURS:
9-hour day. L48-hour '7eek, for minor under 18 and all women in
any manufacturing or mechanical establishment, except in





CHILD LAOItR LATS

* CONNECTICUT (Continued)


_SOURCES .PROVISIONS


Sec. 5193


Sec. 5198
(as amended)

Sec. 5194
(as amended)

/ Sec. 5198
(as amended)

Sec. 5198
(as amended)

Sec. 5197
(as amended)


Sec. 5192


(1933,


Chap. 279)


(1933, Chap; 279)


(1935, Chap.


I


I

&
I

I,
F
*
i

S


279)


(1933, Chap. 279)


(1933, Chap. 279)


(1925, Chap. 158)



(1917, Chap. 261)


Secs. 5213 & 5214


. .... .... .. ... ..... .. ... . .. .... .. .... ...... ........ . :..:- .:::: ::::::::::::::- :.:.:: : : ... ......... ... ..
...... .. ... ... .... .. ... .. ...


HOURS: (Continued)
cases of emergency and during seasonal or peak periods dur-
ing which tiue there is a maximum 10-hour day and 55-hour
week, provided permission is obtained from the St te Depart-
ment of Labor.-
9-hour day (10-hours on one day per week) 52-hour week, and
6-day Week all females in mercantile establishment with ex-
emptiors, and
In any pu.'lic resturCjmt, cafe, dining room, barbershop, hair-
dressin," or manicuring establishment or photograph gallery.
H. EIGHT 'O.OmC
Prohibited betUJeen 10 p.m. and 6 a.m, for minors between 16 and
18 an& all females in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mer-
S cantile establishment and V
Between 10 p.m. ahd 6 a.m. for all females in any public res-
tauruit, cafe, dining room, barber shop (minirTum age 16 in
all of these establishments).- -.
Prohibited between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. for minors under l6 and
all feialles in any hairdressing or manicuring establishment
or photograph gallery and
After 10 p.u. for all females in any bowling alley, shoe shin-
ing establislr.ient, billiard or pool room (minimum age in
bowling alley and shoe shining establishment is 16 and in
billiard or pool room 18).
Night messenger service prohibited for minors under 18 bet-
ween 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. in cities having a population 20,000
or over.
STREET TRADES
No provision.
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIOIUS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in a comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.





CHILD LAWB). LATUS

CON1,ECTICUT (Co'-.tinue d)


SOURCES


Seec. 5191


(1935, Chap. 27", D.74)


Chap. 280,
Part A.
Sec. 5223

Chap. 46,
Part III
Sec. 901
(as amended)
Se q. 901
(as amended)
Sec. 905
(as amended)
Sec. 902

Sec. 906
(as amended)


(1927, Chap.. 307, Sec. 7)



(1933, Chap. 46, Part III

(1933, Chap. 46, Part II]

(1933, Chap. 46, Pa.rt III

(1S87, Chap. C.:IV)

(1931, Chap. 46, P.-rt III


* t0OVI SIONS
RAZAXJOUS OC-a1T._IS i:J.6I3I1TELD (Continued)
Under 13 in a public pool or billiard room, or
In operation of elevators ruining at a speed of over 200
: feet a miinute.
: Under 18 in Pny occupation deemed hazardous or injurious to
the r. inoirs health. No St te agency specifically authorized
: to declare occupations hazardous for minors r.nd prohibit
their e:r,'.o-,--'.ent therein (State Boare of Education inny refuse
emplo-.ient certificate to child under 16 if refusal is for his
best interests).
STATUS OF ILIGZ3LLY FI.PLOTDYED 'INOS T"lER TH TORI2iIS COIITLN
SATIOiC ACT:
: Minors ille' nlly employed are covered by the compensation act
and receive the same compensation as if legally ei:aloyed.


FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTEYDACE:
Required of child between 7 and 16 during entire session,
except:
Child 14 and lanufully employed to labor at home or elsewhere
(See 16-year minimum age provision enacted in 1935)
Child physically or mentally incapacitated.

Child destitute of clothing and parent unable to provide it.
CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE:
Legal provision requiring employed child between i4 and 16 to
attend for 4 hours weekly during school year bet-een S
a.m. and 5 p.-m. unless he has completed the 8th grade or
has been excused by secretary or agent of the State Board
of Education, is still on the statute books but is super-
seded to a large extent, if not entirely, by the 16 year
minimum a;e enacted in 1935. Establishment of continuation
schools not compulsory.






o CHILD LABOR LAWS

DELAAIIE


SOURCES : PROVISIONS
revised Statutes LMws :


lS14, as amended
Chao. 90. Arb. .3
3114. Sec. 44, (1917, Chap.
(as amended).
3151. Sec. 51, (1917, Chap.
(as amended).


3161. Sec. 61,
(as amended).
3144. Sec. 44,
(e.s amended).


3151. Sec. 51,
(a.s aended)..


3155. Sec. 55,
(as a.lenled) ..


3153. Sec.-53,
(as amended)


3159. Sec. 59,
(as amended).
3171. Sec. 71,
(as amended).


3159. Sec. 59,
(as amended).
3171, Sec. 71,
(as amended).


232, Sec. 1)


232,


(1917,. Chap. 232,


(1917, Chap. 232,


(1917,


Chap. 232,


(1917, Chap. 232,



(1921, Chap. 160,



(1923, Chap. 203,


(1931, Chap. 235,



(1923, Chap. 203,


(1931, Chap. 239,


Sec. 1)



Sec. 1)


Sec, 1)



Sec. 1)



Sec. l)



Sec. 47)



Sec. 1)


Sec. 1)



Sec. 1)


Sec. 1)


*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
* ,
*
*.
*
*
*

*
y
*

*
. *
*
*
*
, *
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*


AINIMhRMi AGE
14, in any establishment or occupation except:


Boy 12 or over on permit in occupations not dangerous or in-
jurioUs (as c.etermined by Labor Commission) when not re-
quired by lw.u to attend school.
Child whose labor is necessary for suppoort of itself or
family on permit.
Child in frtrn uork or in domestic service in private hones.

El IPLOYI .E:NT C-7T 711 GATES

Ro2j]ar certificates: Required for employment of child bet-
ween l4 and 16 in any occupation except in canneries and in
farm 'iork or do.:estic service in private homes:
Phyrsicians certificate of physical fitness and completion
of 5th grace (with' exemptions), required.
AGE CEFTi2FICATES: io provision
Issuc.d by: Local school officials in special school districts;
elsewhere by Stvte superintendent of public instruction.
HOURS
g-hour day, 43-hour 'reek, 6-day ueek, for child under 16 in any
establisliraent or occupation,
Except in fruit and vegetable canneries.


NI GHT WORK
Prohibite! between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for child under 16 in any
establishment or occupation,
Except in fruit and vegetable canneries.





CHILD LAl'O LAUS
DELA7A2E (Co'.ti1-uctl)


SOURS


3150. Sec. 50, (1917,
(as amended).
3160-A, Sec. 60-(1923,
A. (a), Added.
3160-A. Sec. 60-(1923,
A. (b), Added.
3160-A. Sec. 60-(1923,
A. (e), Added.
3160-A. Sec. 60-(1923,
A. (a) & (b), Added.

3145. Sec. 45, (1923,
(as amended).
3148. Sec. 4g, '(1917,
(asanended.)
3145. Sec. 45, (1923,
(as amended)


Chap." 232, Sec.

Chan. 2014, Sec.

Chap. 204, .jec.

Chap. 204, Sec.

Chap. 20411, Sec.


Chap. 202, Sec.

Chap. 232, Sec.

Chap. 202, Sec.


1)

1)

1)
1) :


1)


1)

1)

1)


See liddoes v. Lamb, (1925),33 Del. 4;
129 Atl. 344.


(1931, Chap. 197,

(1931, Chap. 197,

(1921, Chap. 160,


(1921,
(1921,
(1921,


Chap.
Chap.
Chap.


160,
160,
160,


Sec. 1)

Sec. 3)

Sec. 41)

Sec. 41)
Sec. 41)
Sec. 41)


:.-
: Under 1S in r. fC.irly ccm-'resensive list of hazardous occupations.T

: Under 16 in occum-ations declared hazardous by State Labor Corn-
mission.
SSTATUS OF ILLIEALLY EMPLOYED LIII:0RS UNDER THE WORIC.i1i S COf[EH!SA-
TION ACT
Minors illea.ally eraployed are excluded from the co'rensation act.

FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTE.D.4I"TCE
: Wilmington: Required of child between 7 and 16 for entire ses-
sion,
: Unless child is 14 and legally employed.
Outside Uilianton.pn:..:
: Required of child between 7 and 14 for 160 days (100 days if child
is 14 cand 19 and has not completed 9th grade), except:
: Child 14, and has completed 9th grade;
: In cases of necessity and legal absence;
: Child who is physically or mentally incapacitated.


__ __~_____ 3 ~FVISIONS ______
NIGHT TO2K (Continued)
Night nessencer service prohibited between 10 ZA.TM. and 6 a.n.
under 21 in places of over 20,000.
STREET TRWES
Iiniiiuu a!.'e: boy 12, girl 14.
Badges recnuired for boys between 12 and 16 and girls between l4
and 16.
Work pronibite' curing school hours unless a regular certificate
is obtained and also between 7 p.m. and 6 a.n.
La7 applies orly,- to cities of 20,000 or more population.

HAZARDOUS OCCUP.'?IOUS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in -. fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.





o CHILD LABOR LATUS
OQ
S*DELAWARE (Continued)


SOURCES' PROVISIONS
:: CONTINUATIOIT SCHOOL ATTENDANCE: (Applicable only to TTilnington)
SRequired for 4 Lours a reek for 36 weeks (20 hours weekly while
Stempor,-.rily unemployed) of child between 12 and 16 who has
been granted employment certificate.
: Attendance required b.etxneen S a.m. and 5 p.m. (S a.n. and 12
noon on Sa.turday). Schools nmaintEined during full period
when public schools are in session.
: District having 15 or more children betr:een 12 and l6 years
of age to whom employment certificates have been issued,.
S,.must establish continuation school, unless released by the
State isoard of Vocational Education.





CHILD LDGO. LA:S

DI 3T-iC0' 001 COL1U. LLL


SOURCES ____________


vFRVI SIONS0


Code of 19350
Title 7. Chap.
4. Part II.
Sec. 111



Secs. 118
-nd 119



Sec. 120


Sec. 112



Sec. 112


Sec. 112

Sec. 116




Sec. 127


L ".'s


(45 Stat. 99S, C'!. O, Sec.l) 14, in -'N- '-rinfr.l occuir-tion, exce-t a;riculturl 'c-1: or
house''orl: outsi e school hors in or in cor.nnectiom. -ith
hone of chil'Is parent or guardian.
EI FILTY: :T C(TIF!I CA'ZS
(45 Stat.1000, Ch.&OS,Secs. : Regular certific.-tes: Required for employment of oiiors under
S and 9) 18 except outside school hours in agricultural -.'or' or
: houseorl!: pierforaied in or in connection rith the lihoe of
Sthe chiluLs *'.r-ent or mr.urdian or outside sc*Aool hours in
irrefI, o:.':-' ustl to '-,ones of employer.
(45 Stat.1001,,h.'OCU,Sec.lO) Certific c of ph:ysic-_l fitness and completion of Sth
Grade -er.uirecl. if child is under 16.
HOURS
(45 Stat.-999, Ch.50,Sec.2) : S-hour day, 45-h^our week, 6-day -eek for minors u-iLer 1 in
Sany Faini',ul occupation, except agricultural -ork or house-
wo rk.
NIGHT WORK
(45 Sta.t.999,,Ch.90,,S.ec.2) : ProhibiteC bet-rccn 7 p.n. and 7 a.m. in any painful occupation
except .;ricultural. work or housework for girls un'er 18,
boys unC'er 16.
(45 Stt.-9t9,Ch.90S,Sec.2) : Prohibited between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. for boys bet-'een 16 and
IS in sane occupations.
(45 Stat.1000l Ch.9O, Sec.6) : Night mnessenger work prohibited between 7 p.m. and 6 n.n. for
girls between IS and 21 (such -Tork entirely prohibited for
girls unCer i1) and between 12 midnight and 5 a.r. for boys
bet-een 18 -nd 21.
STRlEET TRACES
(45 Stat.1003,Ch.90,Sec.17): Minimum age: Boy 12 (except boy 10 delivery newspapers and
periodicals on fixed routes), girl 18.





CHILD LABOR LAWS
DISTRICT O? COLU1BIA
(Continuec)


___PROVISIONS


Sec. 129
Sec. 128
Sec. 127


Sec. 114

Sec. 115





Sec. 113







P.rt I.
Sec. 91

Sec. 92

Sec. 93


(45
(45
(45


Stat.100l4, C:.SO, Sec.l
Stat.1003, Ch-.S",Sec.l
Stat.1003, Ch.C0Z, Sec.l


(45 Stat.999,Ch.90',Sec.4)

(45 Stat.939,Ch.908,Sec.5)





(45 Stat.999,Ch.NO0,Sec.3)









(43 Stat.8O6,Ch.lILO,Art.l,
Sec. i)
(43 St,-t.o06',;Ch .l4O,Art.l,
Sec. 2)
(43 Stat.806,Ch.l40C,Art.
Sec. 3)


SOURCES


9): Badges: Required for boys between 12 and 16.
8): Sellin:-;i prohibited betu7een 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
7): Bor 's r .or l:- .rchibitcd fron c-iplov ient in sti.j'fin.w :e'7s-
pcper's ..I 'work of boys between 16 .nd 18 so e:iployed
shall not exceed 4O hours in any one week nor occur on
more thln one ni-ht in ary one '-eek.
HAZARDOUS 0'_CUtLh IO IS PFOHIMiTSD
Under 16 on opo"er minachinery or at oiling, '7ipins', or clean-
ing n:',c'-inery,.
: Under IS c.t operating any elevator, in any quP.rry, tunnel,
excavation, tobacco warehouse, cigar or other factolr- where
tobacco is :inuafactured; girls under I1 prohibited from
work in retr.il cigar or tobacco store, or in hotel, aoart-
ment hor.vc, or as an usher, attendnat or ticket seller in
a theater or place of amusement.
No minor to be employed at any hazardous occupation; Board
of Education er'.porrered to determine such occupations and
prohibit e,.'olo"i.,ent therein.
STAtmUS OF ILLEG'ALLY EiiPLOYED MINORS S .UIDER TH- FORIfCT S
: COI.PENSATIOI ACT:
: Minors illegally employed are covered by the compensation
act and. receive the same compensation as if lev"lly er.-
ployed.
FULL-TIME SCHOOL AT2EYDAI3CE
Required of child between 7 and 16 for entire session, except:

Child 14 -,ho hc's completed the 8th grade and is employed;

: Child unable '.ivhysically or mentally to profit from school
attendance, but if able to profit from specialized in-
struction shall attend;


... .... ..... .
.... ......... .. ... ......
......... .... ........... ....... .





CHILD LAOL. LAUS

DISTCr o0 COLuLIA
(Continued)


rnrnnrs


(43 Stat.8O6,Ch.l3,Art. 1, : Child excused for reasons defined as valid by Board of :duca-
Sec. 4) : tion.
:CQt2IITJATIOry SCHOOL A:'ID:NCE:
:No provision,


sec. 94





CHI LD L. 01- L;.:.'S
_'JLO: -A


PT'OVI SIONS


Co:."-lied Oen.
T> .s of 1927
Sec. 5,43 (1913,
Sec. 5943 (1c13,


Sec. 5962

Sec. 5944

Sec. 5946



Sec. 5945

Sec. 5949


Sec. 5951




Sec. 5941
Sec. 5962


Ch. 6)43S,
Ch. 64ss8,


(1913, Ch. 64gg,

(1913, Ch. 64gg,

(19139 Ch. 64gg,



(1913, Oh. 64sg,

(1913, Ch. 64gsg,


(19139 Ch. 64gg,


(1913,
(1913,


Ch.
Ch.


:]1,INIIr1I AC-E:
Sec. 3) :14, in any mill, f.-ctor7 -'orkshop, mechanic,-l establishment, or laundry.
Sec. 2) :12, in any store, office, or in transmission or sale of merchandise, or,
: in any city of L,000 population or nore, in the transmission of messages.
Sec. 24) :Not applicable to chil('ren enreI in agricultural or domestic ermoloyment.
: EIiPLOYMEIRT CERTI FI CATES:
Sec. 4) :Regular certificr.tcs: ?.e;uirc. for child between 14 nmd. 16 in n factory,
: workshop, launr'j, iiniie, or mill.
Sec. 6) :Physician's certific-.te of physical fitness optional with issuing officer.
: 1o grade require; ient; literacy and : knowledge of fundamcnt-]. operations
: of arithmetic required.
:Age certificates: !o provision.
Sec. 5) :Issued by: Local :'uulic school authorities.
HOURSR:
Sec. 9) :9-hour day, 54-hour "eel:, S-dY-; wreek, for minors s under 16 in r n-- nill,
: factory, .7orkslio:, ;.ioch:'-n-ical estnblishnient, or l-unchr-.
Sec. 11) :Prohibite between .. 'l 5 a for minors under 6 in bove occupa-
Sec. 11) :Prohibitedi bet',een 9 p vl. n15 a~m, for- minors under 16 in eboove occupa-


64*s, 'Sec. 1)
64gg, Sec. 2'4)


Sec. 5941 (1913, Oh. 64g, Sec. 1)


: tions.
:Night messenger 7ork orohiibited between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., for minors under
: 1g.
:STREET TRADES:
:1Iinimum age: Boy 10, -irl 16.
:Except: Delivery bj bo"s to regular subscriber outside school hours.
:-pdge System: ITone
:ITight 7ork Prohibition: -one
:Law applies to cities of 6,000 population or more.


sOUI.c'2R


MMMM





CHILD LA30.2 TUAS
_-LOrIDA


PROVI SIONS


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


59 53
5q 54
5950
5953


Sec. GS4


Sec.
Sec.


(lcl3,
(1913,

(1213,


Oh.
Oh.
Oh.
Ch.


(1919, Oh. 730,


501
&-4


Sec. 6g4


Sec. 64

Sec. 6g4

Sec. 503




Sec. 500


(1921,
(1919,


Oh. S550,
oh. 7SOS,


(1919, Ch. 7SOS,


(1919, Oh. 7S08,


Set.
See.
Sec.
Sec.
See.


1')
l4)


Sec. 1 )


Sec.
Sec.


2)
1)


Sec. 1 )


Sec.. 1 )


(1l15, Oh. 7808, Sec. 1 )

(19:1, Oh. 8550, Sec. 4 )




(1521, Oh. 8550, Sec. 1 )


SOURCES


SOU_"LCjEAS


iUAZARDOUS OCCUATIOI'S ROHTBITD:
:Unc.er 16 in airly corTi rehensive list of hazardous ocu:)vtions.
:UnC.er IS in cleaning u,ir.chinery in notion.
:U'Jnc..er 21 in nool or billiarc' roo.i.
:Under 15 at a.ny hiaz"rdous occupation an& as to these t'.c (eci-
sion of the county ...i.-sicin or cit:, :icn..th of'icor iz -"in-.
ST.'.TJS Or ILTrALT_ K LOY-Y i:Ii:S U':.W TI:w .z:I3:' S C-L-.
:?P:S->TI3'U ACT:
:..o co. vensrtion act.
:Jl -TIUE SOITOOL A-TTDA_:C
.le'ouired of child between 7 and 16 for entire session, e::cet:
Childe -ho is nentelly or physically i.icr a.citatcC';
:ChilMC. hio has con_ leted Sth i'-r.de;
Child i4 "!ho is en.Tloyed and. enrolled in a )rrt-ti;c school.
Child -;,hose services arc necessr.:a for su-. ort of -ido-ed.
mother or other dependent:
: Child between 7 and 9 living nore than 2 niles frori school, or
between 10 and 16 living more thrn 3 :iilcs frou school, and
: free transportation is not furnished.:
Child rho is absent fron unusual cause acceptable to attenCance
officer;
: Child who is -'ithout necessary books and clothing.
:COETI..IUATIO., SCIOOOL ATTEIOA2CE:
:Required daring re.-ular enmploynent hours for 144 hours per school
: year of any child under 16 e:zaeinted from regular school at-
: tendance for any cause except physical or mental disability
or completion of Sth grade (attendance at public night school
: giving equivalent instruction accepted).
:Schools must be established w-herever there are 15 such children
: exempted from regular school attendance at any school or
: schools 3 miles or less apart, and rho reside or are employed
: within the attendance area of such school or schools.





PROV I S IONS


Code of 1933
Title 54
Sec. 54-301


Sec. 54-304


Sec.
Sec.


54-304
54-304


Sec. 54-304


Sec. 5h-304

Sec. 54-201



Sec. 54-205


Sec. 54-302

Sec. 54-305




Sec. 54-303
Sec. 54-303


Lalifs

(1925,n.291, Sec. 1)


(1925, n. 291, Sec. h)


(1925,
(1925,


p. 291,
p. 291,


Sec. 4)
Sec. 4)


(1925, io. 291, Sec. 4)


(1925, -. 291, Sec. 4)

(1911, o. 65, Sec. 1)



(1353-4, 0. 37)


(1925, u. 291,

(1910, v. 117,


Sec. 2)

Sec. 1)


(1925, D. 291, Sec. 3)
(1925, v. 291, Sec. 3)


:iINIMUM AGE:
:14, in any mill, factory, laundry, manufacturing establishment, or any
workshop. Domestic employment and agricultural pursuits not affected.

: ErP LOY ENT C.PTIFIC TES:
:Regulir certificates: Required for child 14 to 16 in occupations for
S which a minimum age of l4 is fixed.
.:Physicican's certificate of physical fitness is required.
:No grade requirement; child must be able to read and r'rite simple sen-
S tences in English.
:Age certificates: Recuired for minor between 16 and 13 for bmuloyment
S at night bet-een 7 o.m. and 6 a.m. or in any of the hazardous
S occupations prohibited to minors under 16.
:Issued by: Local public school officials.
: H -JRS:
:60-hour week for employees in cotton and wvoolen manufacturing establish-
S ments (engineers, etc., and clerical force exempted); time lost be-
cause of accidents, etc., may be ma,"e uc under certain conditions.
:No regulation of hours antlying specifically to children;
:Hours for persons under 21 in manufacturing establishments (other than
cotton or woolen) cr in machine shops shall be from sunrise to sunset.
:NIGHT -iORK:
:Prohibited between 7 o.m. and 6 a.m. for minors under 16 in occupations
: for 'which a minimuri age of 14 is fixed.
S:Night messenger service and general work of the messenger service nro-
hibited between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. for minors under 16.
:STREET TRADES:
:No provision.
:HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED:
:Under 16 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.
:Under 16 in occupations which the State Board of Health may declare
S hazardous.


SOURCES


CHILD LA3OR LAWS
GEORGIA





CHILD LABOR LATTS
GSCG-'IA


SOURCES I. PROVISIONS


Title 114
Sac. 114-101

Title 32
Sec. 32-2101

Sec. 32-2101
Sec. 32-2101



Sec. 32-2101


(1920, 67,


(1910, .. 2S':,


(1919,
(1919,


2S6,
28S,


(1919, -. 2ss,


STATUS OF ILLEGALLY -3.LOYED "INO2S UIEZ' "W"2 ?iZI'S CCIEfTSATION
ACT:
Sec. 2) : minors illegally cnployed are covered by the con-cnzation act
: and receive the sa..ie co'i .ensation as if legally eiloyOed..
:FbJLL-TIiiLE SCh-OOL ATTEAi:;CE:
Sec.171): Attendance rocuired of child bet'e''n Z and I-1 for 6 months,
c:xce t:
Sec.171): Child -iho has completed the 7th grade;
Sec.171) Child teooorarily excused by local bocre of education,
: which is authorized to tai:e into consider-tion the
need for fani labor in grnntinC e::cuse for child. in farnminc
: District;
Sec.171): Child tenrorarily ex-cused because of bad -reather, sicl:ness,etc.,
Sor other reasonable excuse.
S: CCII NATION SCKOCL ATTEITAi:CE:
S: No Drovision.






CHILD LA2UR LAVS


IDAHO


PRO VI SI (fll S


Code 1932, Vol.3


Title 43. Ch.8
Sec. 43-801 (1911, Oh. 159, Sec. 166)
Sec. 43-801 (1911, Ch. 159, Sec. 166)





Sec. 43-802 (1911, Oh. 159, Sec. 167)


Sec. 43-S04 <1907, p. 24.8, Sec. 4)


Sec. 45-804 (19079 p. 248, Sec. 4)


Ti .e 46, Ch.4
Sec. 46-425 (1909,

Title 43, Ch.18 ...
Sec. 43-1807 (1927,


p. 266, Sec. 25)


Oh. 106, Sec. 19)


IvJI% Ii7JIi'l AGE:
14, in any business or service during school hours;
14, in any mine. factory, workshop, mercantile establishment,
Atoic, tL>g!raph or telephone office, laundry, restaurant,
hotel, apartment house, or in the distribution of merchan-
dise or !xesa 'e-,, except child 12 or over during regular
school vacation of 2 -.-jeeks or more.
EliPLOYi,;ENT CE-,TIFI CATES:
Literacy ard knowledge of artithmetic required for employment of
chili under 16.
HOURS:
9-.hour da-y, I54-hour 7Week, for minors under 16 in any gainful oc-
cupation.
IJIGHT WORK:
Prohibited between 9 p,m. and 6 a.m. for minors under 16 in any
gainful occupation.
STREET TRADES:
No provision.
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIOniS PROHI31TED:
No provision except prohibition of employment under 21 as
hoisting engineer in mines.
RT^TS OF ILLEG iLLY Ei.LOYED biINORS UIDER THE WORK. MEN'S C01d-
PE1ISATIQH ACT:
ivlinors illegally employed are 'covered by the compensation act
and receive the same compensation as if legally employed.


Laws


. ................ ..... .. ........


RnTrPr7..q


PROVI SI 01.1 S







CHILD LAJOR LAWS

IDA.HO (Continued)


PROVISIONS


Code of 1932. Vol. 2
* Title 32. Ch.15
Sec. 32-1501 (1921, Oh. 215, Sec. 751)


Title 32, Ch.6
Sec. 32-b15, SuZ- (1921, Ch, 215, Sec.
Sseetion 25 '46)


S:itle 32. Ch.15
Qac. 32-1501
Soc. 36-1501
Sec. 32-1501
Sec. 32-1501


(1921, Ch. 215, Suc. 75-)
(1921, Ch. 215-, Sec. 75-:)
'(1921, Ch. 215, Sec. 75.)
(1921, Ch. 215, Sec. 75-)


FULL-TI iE SCHOOL .TTZOANiCE:


Required of child between the aces of S and 18 -years during en-
tire "session.


Child in 6th, 7th, and Sth grades Diay, in the discretion of
school trustees, attend S instead of 9 mt.nths on request
of child's ,.irernts), except:


Chili 15 "tho has comAoleted otlh ,rade;
Child 15 'vinos: ieln is necessa.'7r 'or omi or parents' support;
Child 15 and exeam)ption is for his "best interests";
Child plhysical-y or mentally incapacitated.
CO':?TIiTIO:: S OI-:aOOL TT&LD Cl :
:'o provision.


SOURCES




CHILD LA30R LAWS
I LLINOIS _____________________


revised Stats.
.935. Ch. 4S
ar. 44, p. 1560


Par.


I ISOUCS


57, p. 1564


Par. 45, p. 1560


1561


Par. 4g, p.

Par. 49(1),
Par. 47, pp.


Par. 52, p. 1563


Par. 52, p. 1565


Par. 55, p.
Par. 53, p.


Laws
(-29, p. 529)


(1929, p. 429)






(1929, p. 429)

(1929, p. 429)


p. 1562 (1929, p. 429)
. 1560-1 (1929, p. 429)


(1929, p. 429)


(1929, p. 429)


(1929, p. 429)
(1929, p. 429)


1563
1563


Par. 205, p. 1591 (1935, p. 841)
(as amended)


PROVISIONS

iiIMIhMUl A.GE:
l4, at any gainful occupation for or in connection with any
theatre, concert hall or place of amusement, or in any
mercantile institution, store, office, hotel, laundry,
.,.-.. manufacturing establishment, mill, cannery, factory, or
workshop ; %
except that child under 14 may do voluntary work of a
temporary and harmless character for conoensation when
school is not in session,.with the consent of parent or
guardian.
EiklLOYaiQT CERTIFICATES:
. Regular certificates: Reqiired for child between l4 and 16 in
the above occupations.
PhyTsician's certificate of physical fitness ant completion of
9th grade required,
Age certificates: Issued, upon request, for minor 16 and over.
Issued by: Local public school officials..
HOURS:
S-hour day, 6,-day week'for child under 16 in any gainful, oc-
capation. :
NI GHT WO1.1:
Prohibited between 7 p.m. and 1 a.m. for child under 16 in
any gainful occupation,.
ST EET T?-lADES:
No provision.
HAZARDOUSS OCCTJPATIOIS PROHIBITED: .
Undur 16 in a fairl',r comprehe isive list of hazardous occpations.
Under 16 in any employment which' the State Department of Labor
finds to be hazardous.
No provision prohibiting employment up to 18 in hazardous
occupations.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EMPLOYED I'II1ORS MUER THE WORK..E' S COLPEN-
SATION ACT:
idinors illegally employed are covered by the compensation act;





CHILD LaAOR LA ,S
ILLI 1JIS


SOURCES


Par. 207(1), p. 1593

Par. 206, p.3 1591-2


Ch. 122
Pat. 398,'p?. 2924-5

Par. 398, pp. 2924-5
Par. 398,-pp. 2924-5
Par. 398, pp. 2924-5
Par. 39S, pp. 2924-5


PaT. 541,- p. 2961






PAr..539; p. 2961


(1.931, p. 576)

(1931, p. 576)


S(1929, p.


(1929,
(1929,
(1929,
(1929,


(1921, p.


726)

726)
726)
726)
726)


915)


(1921, p. s15)


PROVISIONS

STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EJLOV'ZD i .IUO, S ~-;D-- THlE AO=a, ;'S CO..-
PKNSATION ACT (CUiTINUE.D):
If under 16, 50 percent additional compensation is payable in
case of injury to such minor;
AS an alternative, the minor or his legal representative ray
reject the act within 6 months after the injury or death
and. sue the employer for dama,.es.
rTLL-TI-.i SCHOOL AT:E.'&CE:
Required of child between the ages of 7 and iG for the entire
session, except:
Child who is physically or nentallv incapacitated;
Child 14 who is necessarily and lawfull eu.floyed;
Child between 12 and 14 in attendance at confirmation classes;
Child -rho is excused for temporary absence by principal or
I
teacher. o
CO.IT'iUATIOiT SCHOOL ATTE 3.'CE: ,.W
Required, 'here schools are established, of1hild between 14
and 1S regularly and lawfully employed employmentt in-
cludes service or assistance at home) for S hours week-ly
between S a.u. and 5 p.m. on regular business days (ex-
cept Satuday afternoons) for 36 weeks (or for 300 hours
if attendance is confined to 3 months) except: Linor who
has comoleted a 4-Oear secondary course.
Establishment of continuation schools is optional, not com-
palsory.






SOURCES
.o Baldwin's Statutes
%A Annotated, 1954
SCh. 34. Art. 22
Sec. 6711 (
Sec. 6711 (

Sec. 6716 (


Sec. 6711 (




Sec. 6711 (


Sec. 6711 (

Sec. 6714 (



Sec. 6714 (:


Sec. 64l6 (


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


6715
6716
6717


(K


POVI SIONS
Laws


L929,
1929,


p.246, Sec. 1)
p. 246, Sec.l)


1921, p.337,


1929, p.246,




1929, p.246,


1929, p.246,

1929, p.246,



1929, p.246,


1921, p.337,



1921, p.337,
1921, p.337,
1921, p.337,


Sec. 23)


Sec. 1)




Sec. 1)


Sec. 1)

Sec. 3)



Sec. 3)


Sec. 23)


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


IMINIIMUA AGE
l4, in any occupation or service whatever during school hours.
14, in any gainful occupation at any time except in farm work,
domestic service, or caddyring.
No girl under 18 years shall be employed in any capacity where
such employment compels her to remain standing constantly.
EIHPLOY".TnT mER.TTFTC k.TES
Regular certificates: Required for minors between 14 and 18 in
any gainful occupation (except in caddving, agricultural work,
or domestic service outside school hours). Physician's cer-
tificate of physical fitness, completion of 8th grade, and evi-
dence of economic necessity required.
Age certificates: Reqiired for employment of minors between 14
and 13 in any gainful occupation; issued upon request to min-
ors between 18 and 21.
Issued by: Local public school officials.
HOJd-IS
S-hour day, 4g-hour week, 6-day week for boys under 16 and girls
under 18 in any gainful occupation except in farm labor,
domestic service, or caddying.
WICHT WORK
Prohibited between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for boys under 16 and girls
under 18 in any gainful occupation, except in farm lauor,
domestic service, or caddying.
Night messenger service prohibited between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. for
boys between 16 and 18.
STREET TRADES: No provision.
HAZAIPOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in a fairl-r comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.
Under 18 in a limited number of hazardous occupations.
Under 21 in pool and billiard rooms.
No State agency specifically empowered to declare other occupations
hazardous and prohibit employment therein.


22)
23)
24)


... .. .....




CHILD LA:OR LAWS
IIDIJIANA


SuTJP.CES


Ch. 102. Art. 1
Sec. 16449




Jh. 34, Art. 22
Sec. o6jS


Soc. 6699
Sec. 6712


Sec. 6698


(1933, P. 1103, Sec. 1)


(19.1, p. 337,


(1921,
(1929,


P.337,
p.246,


(1921, p.337,


Sec. 5)

Sec. 6)
Sec.. 2)


Sec.' )
U


Sec. 6700 (1921, P.337, Sec. 7)


PROVISIOjS_
STALIUS oF ILLEGALLY EilPLUYE-fD MIAOAS U1DER TH2 .OJ_.L:N'S (.OtPzl:SaTION
ACT: 11l-.l!" employed minors are covered by the comoens@tion
act and double compensation is o*ayable to those'under 16 if in-
jured 'vhile employed in violation of any provision of the child
laocr law and to those between 16 and 18 who are injured while
employed at a orohioited. occupation.
FTJLL-?I a, SCHOOL ATT'ArDA'jCE
Required of child bet;Jeon the aces of 7 and l6 for entire session,
exce-ot:
Child 14 -''o is legally ei.iplcyed;
Chili whio is temporaril' absent for cases other than eranloy-
ment, on certificate fro'i certificate" issui.AL office at re-
q pest of parent.
Child who is physically or mentally incapacitated.
COINTIiJATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Local boards of education or township trustees may require atten-
ance at continuation school of child between 14 and 1 or bet-
ween 14 and 13 not less than 4 hours or more than g hours a
we-i between a.m. and 5 p.m. during the school term.
No provision requiring establishment of continuation school.





'o IOiwA


PROVI SIONS


Code of 1931 Laws
Title V. Oh. 76
Sec. 1526 (40 Ex.G.A., H.F. 44, Sec. 1)


Sec. 1536


Sec. 1530

Sec. 1531


Sec. 1531

Sec. 1527

Sec. 1528


Sec. 1527

Sec. 1539


Set. 1537

Sec. 1538
Sec. 1538


Sees. 1537-S


(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec.


10)


(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 5)

(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 6)


(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 6)

(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 2)

(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 3)
(
(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 2)

(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 13)


(40 Ex.G.A., -H.F. 44, Sec. 11)

(40 Ex.G.A., -H.F. 44, Sec. 12)
(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 12)


(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Secs.ll
and 12)


I!DITIMJM AGE -
14, in any mine, manufacturing establishment, factory, mill,
shop, laundry, slaughter or packing house, or in any store
or mercantile establishment where more than 8 persons are
employed, or in a livery stable, garage, place of amusement,
or in the distribution or transmission of merchandise or
messages, except child working in establishment or occupa-
tion operated by parent.
No female under 21 may be employed where duties cf employment
require her to remain constantly: standing.
EI}PLOYIviEJT CE:TIFI FCATES
Regular certificates: required for child between l14 and 16 in
occupations for which a minimum age of l14 is fixed.
Physician's certificate of physical fitness and completion of
6th grade required.
Age certificates: No provision.
Issued by: Local Public School Officials
HOURS *-
S-hour day, 48-hour week for child under 16 in occupations for
which a minimum age of 14 is fixed.
(40-hour week in any organized school district in thich a con-
tinuation school is established)
NIGHT WORK
Prohibited between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. for minors under 16 in
occuoaticn s for which a minimum age of 14 is fixed.
Night messenger service prohibited between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
for minors under 1i in city of 10,000 or more inhabitants.
STREET TRADES
Minimum age: Boy 11, except on permit issued by superintendent
of schools upon recommendation of judge; girl IS.
Badges required for boys between 11 and 16.
Work prohibited during school hours unless a regular certificate
is obtained and also between 7:30 p.m. and 4 a.m. (8:30 p.m.
and 4:00 a.m. during summer vacation.)
Law applies only to cities of 10,000 or more population.


t r i T T l r ,' . .q


IV %I P M. Q.




CHILD LA30R LAWS
3 IOWA


SOUPRCES


Sec. 1536

Sec. 1529



Sec. 1529


Title XII.
Sec. 441o


Sec. 4411I
Sec. 4411
Sec. 4411

Set. 4431
Sea. 4411

Title XII.
Sec. 4291


Sec. 4293
se8 4291


(40 Ex. G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 10)

(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec.4)



(40 Ex.G.A., H.F.44, Sec. 4)


Ch. 22S


(4o0 Ex.G.A.,rS.F.lll, Sec. 1)


(40 Ex.G.A., S.F.1'1,
(40 Ex.G.A,, S.F.lll,
(N0 Ex.G.A., S.F.lil,

( 0 Ex.G.A., S.F.111,
(40 Ex.G.A., S.F.lll,


See,
Sec.
Sec,
Sec.

Sec.
Sec.


Ch. 21S


(43 G.A., Ch. 108, Sec. i)


(38 G.A., Ch. 94, Sec. 3)
(43 G.A., Oh. 108, Sec. l)


PFAOVI SIO1.S -
HAZA.-DOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in a few specified hazardous occupations or in any oc-
cupation hazardous to life, health, or morals;
No boy or girl under 16 may operate or assist in operating a
freight or p.- ,ger elevator or dangerous machinery.
No provision prohioiting em loyment up to 1 in hazardous oc-
cupations,
except that boys under 16 and iris under 13 may not clean
machinery in motion.
!:o State authority t.,uthorized to declare other .occupations
hazardous and prohibit employment therein.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY JJPLOE) MINORS UMDER THE WORKJIEN'S COi.PEN-
SATION ACT
Illegally employed minors are excluded from the compensation
act,
FUJLL-TIlE SCHOOL ATTENIANCE
Required of child between 7 sand 16 for 24 weeks (attendance for
entire session may be required by board of school direc-
tors) except:
Child who has completed 8th grade;
Child 14 and regularly employed;
Child excused for sufficient reasons ov any court of record or
judge;
Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
While attending religious services or receiving religious in-
struction.
CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Required, where schools are established, of minors between 14
and 16 not regularly attending full-time day school or
not graduated from an approved 4-year high school,
for S hours weekly between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Establishment of continuation school required in independent school
districts situated in whole or in part in any city having a
population of 12,000 or over in which there reside or are
employed, 15 such children.
Establishment in districts in cities of less than 12,000
9 t -_ -A .....




KANSAS
SOURCE S PROVISIONS
Revised Statutes


1321
Ch. 3,8. Art. 6
Sec. 38-601
Sec. 38-601




Sec. 38-604


Sec. 38-606


Sec. 38-606

Sec. 38-603



Oh. 44, Art. 6
Se c. 44-608

Sec. 44-o608



Ch. 38. Art. 6
Sec.' 38-603


(1917, Oh. 227, Sec. 1)
(1917, Ch. 227, Sec. 1)


(1917,- Ch. 227,


(1917, Oh. 227,


(1917, Ch. 227,

(1917, Ch. 227,


Sec. 3)


Sec. 6)


Sec. 6)

Sec. 3)


(1920, Oh. 29, Sec. 8)

(1920, Ch. 29, Sec. 8)




(1917, Ch. 227, Sec. 3)


MINIMUM AGE
lI4, in any business or service during school hours.
l4, in any factory, workshop, theatre, mill, cannery, packing house,
or in operating any elevator.
(Law ambiguous as to whether employment in hotels, restaurants,
and in mercantile establishments outside school hours is included).
EMLUOYaLET. CE'TIFI QATES
Regi-lar nertificatc : Required for child under 16 in the occupa-
tions prohibited under l4. No physician's certificate of
physical fitness required.
ConpktCion-of:Sti-grade required.
Age certificates: In practice age certificates are issued on re-
quest to minors 16 years of age and over.
Isced by: Local school officials cr judge of juvenile court.
HOUI,-S
S-hour day, 48-hour week, for children under 16, in any factory,
workshop, theatre, mill, cannery, packing house, or in oper- I
ating any elevator, or in the transmission of merchandise or
messages, or in any hotel, restaurant, or mercantile estab-
lishmcnt.
S-hour dayr, 48-hour week, for minors under 18 and all females as
telephone operators and in public housekeeping establishments.
9-hour day, 492-hour week, and 6-day week, in factories; 9-hcur day,
49A-hcur week in laundries, dyeing, dry cleaning, and pressing
establishments; and 9-hour day, 54-hour week in mercantile
establishments (with exemptions), for minors under 18 and all females.
NIGHT WORK
Prohibited between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. for children under 16 in any
factory, workshop, mill, cannery, packing house, or in oper-
ating any elevator, restaurant, or mercantile establishment
cr in the transmission of merchandise or'-messages, or in any
hotel.





CHILD 2OOR LAJ7S
,Ud4ISAS


SOURCES


Ch. 44. Art. 6
Sec. 44-oog (192C, C... 29, Sec. 8)
Sec. 44-608 (1920, Ch. 29, Sec. 8)



Ch. 3o. Art. 6
Sec. 38-b02 (1917, Oh. 227, Sec. 3)







Lee v. Kansas City Public Service Co.,
137 Kansas 759, 768; 22 Pac. (2d) 942.
Ch. 72. Art. 4s
Sec. 72-40S1 (1923, Ch. 182, Sec. 1).
Sec. 72-4801l (1925, Ch. 182, Soc. 1)
Sec. 72-4s01 (1923, Ch. 182, Sec. 1)


EaPROVI Si 0IS____________
Prohibited betw-cen 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. in factories and after 9 p.n.
in mercantile establishments (with exemptions for minors under
18 and all females.
Prohibited between 12 midnight and 5 a.m. for girls under 21 in
public housekeeping establishments.
STREET TRADES
Uo provision.
HaZ.UDOUJS OCCUPATIONS PROHI-ITED
Under l6 in mines or qiarrios, or in an-, occ'tpation dangerous to
life, limb, health, or morals.
No State agency specific lly authorized by child labor law to
declare occupations h-nzardous for mninors; under the minimum
wage law, Stato Commission of Labor and Indastry has power to
fix "conditions of labor" for minors under 16 and women.
STATUS OF ILLEGAL EIJLOYEJ ..I!NORS 22:ZR THE IORLLN'S COEN- I-
SATIO Cli2
Illegally employed minors are not covered by the compensation
act.
FJLL-TI E SCHOOL ATTEIDAvCE
Required of phild bet-ween 7 and 16 for entire session, except:
Child who has completed 8th ;rade;
Child physically or mentally incapacitated.
CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
No provision.





SOURCES PROVISIONS


Carroll's Statutes
Annotated, 1930
Ch. 18. Art. II
Sec- 331s.-1
Sec. 331a-l


Sec. 331,-2


Sec. 33la-4
Sec. 331a-4
Sec. 331a43

Sec. 331a.-3

Sec. 331a-7




Ch. 135b
Sec. 4g66b-l

Ch. 18. Art. II
Sec. 331a-7

Sec. 331a-ll


Sec. 331a-15


Laws


(1916, Ch. 23,

(1916, Ch. 23,


p.160)
p.6 1 o)


(1914, Cn. 72, p.212)


(1920,
(1920,


Ch.152,
Cn.152,


p.656)
p.656)


(1914, Ch. 72, p.212)

(19l4, Ch. 72, p.212)


(1912, Ch.


(1914, Ch. 72,

(1914, Oh. 72,


77, p.232)


p.212)

p.212)


(1914, Oh. 72, p.212)


MINIMUM AGE
14, in any business or service whatever difring any part oft the
term during which the public schools are in session. --
14, in any factory, mill, workshop, mercantile establishment,
store, office printing establishment, baker,., laundry,
restaurant, hotel, apartment house, or in the distribution
or transmission of merchandise r-r messages.
EivLOYUMT CERTIFI CATES:
Regular certificates: Required for child between 14 and 16 in
above occupations.
Certificate of physical fitness.
Age certificates: May be issued to any minor 16 or over upon
request.
Issued by: Local public school officials.
HOURS
S-hour day, 4g-hour week, 6-day week in any factory, mill,
workshop, mercantile establishment, store, office,
printing establishment, bakery, laundry, restaurant,
hotel, apartment house, or in the distribution or
transmission of merchandise or messages.

10-hour day, 60-hour week for girls under 21 in any gainful
occupation except domestic service and nursing.
II GHT WORX
Prohibited between 6 p.m& and 7 a.m. for minors under 16 in
above occupations.
Night messenger service prohibited between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.
for persons under 21 in cities of 1st, 2nd, or 3rd classes.
STREET TRADES
Minimum age: Boy 14; girl 18.




CHILD I.A00 LA.S
O&E1TUCQY
^ i____________j________ sOU______________C_____s__


Sea. 331ar-15

Sec. 331a-15



Soc. 331a-15

See. 331a-9
Sec. 331a-10
Sec. 331a-9


Ch. 137
Sec. 4911


Ch. 113. Art. XVI
Se.. 4526c-3



Sec. 4526c-2





See. 45260.3


SOURCES
(1914,

(19149


Ch. 72, p.212)

Oh. 72, p.212)


(1914, Ch. 72, p.212)


(19140,
(1914,
(1914v


Ch. 72, p.212)
Ch. 72, p.212)
Oh. 72, p.212)


(1924, Ch. 70, p.171)



(1920, Ch. 43, p.191)





(1920, Ch. 43, p.121)


(1920g Ch. 439 p.191)


CHILD ImB02 l 8
m i Y,:.ITU C ;Y
J


PROVISIONS
badges required for boy between 4 and 16, except for newspaper
selling cr distribution.
fNight work prohibited between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. for boy under
16, except selling: or distributing newspapers and, unless
such child has completed the fifth grade as required for em-
ployment certificate, work is prohibited during school hours.
Law applies only to cities of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd class.
HAZA-DOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Under l6 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.
Under 18 in cleaning machinery in motion.
Under I at any other hazardous occu-ation, and as to these the
decision of the county physician or city health officer is final.
STATUS 0' ILLEGALLY LEiPLOYLD MINORS UNDER I HE .JORKPi4' S C(LPEliSATION ACT

Illegally employed minor has right to claim compensation or sue
to recover damages. If compensation is claimed, the same
amount is :ayable as if child had been legally employed.
FULL-TLIE SCHOOL ATTEIDAP CCE
In cities of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th class: Required of child bet-
ween 7 and 16 for the entire session, except:
Child 14 and employed;
Child physically or mentally incapacitated.
Outside above cities: Reqaired of child between 7 and 16 for
session, except:
Child who has completed full course offered by public schools
of his district; '"
Child physically or mentally incapacitated.
CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Required of child between 14 and 16 lawfully and steadily employed
'on employment certificate for not less than 4 er more than 9
hours per week, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (but not Saturday
afternoon or Sunday) during public school term, except child who
has. )mpl&o.d elementary school cuurse,
Establishment of continuation schools is not made compulsory.





PROVI SIOiUS


General Statutes
1932. Title XXXIV,
Ch. 5.
Sec. 4319






SeC. 4320








Sec. L32Q -'


Seec. 4322


Sec. 4323



Code of Criminal
Procedure, 1932,
Title II. Ch. 17,
....Sec. 934.


* Laws


(1932, ,o.167, Sec. 2)






(1932, No.l67, Sec. 3)


(1932,


(1930,


INo. 167, Sec. 3)


No. 71, Sec. 1)


(1916, No. 177, Sec. 1)


(1912, No. 25, Sec. 1)


IviI iIUMI AGE
14, in any mill, factory, mine, 'ackin.g house, manufacturing es-
tablishment, workshop, laundry, millinery or dressmaking
store, mercantile establishment, hotel, restaurant, bowling
alley, bootblack establishment, freight cr passenger elevator,
transmission or distribution of messages or merchandise, or
in an-r other occupation whatsoever, except farm work.
E..LLY..LIIT CLATIFI CATES
Regular certificates: Required for cnild between 14 and 16 in
an-r occupations except arricultu.ral work. Physician's cer-
tificate of physical fitness required. CoLupletion )f sixth
?r=de or 8 years* school -attendance required in Orleans Parish;
elsewhere ':"ini:a.jiir ears of schooling fixed by compulsor- edu-
cation law. .
Age certificates: 'To provision in law. In practice certificates
are issu"'d to ,:irls between 16 and 1S- -ears of a-e in Orleans
Farish, ana to bo.ys of these ages on request.
Issued by: Factor1 inspector in Orleans Parish; elsewhere by
local pu'Llic school officials.
HOURS
S-hour day, 4K-hour week for child between 14 and 16 in any oc-
cupation except farm work.
IIIGHT ..OiE
Light work prohibited between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for boy under 16
and girl under 19 at any work except in agricultural pursuits,
except on Saturda'- nights in stores employing more than 5 persons.
STREET '-.7DZS; No provision,


HAZAiDOUS OCC1JPATI01HS PROHIBITED
Under 17 in any pool or billiard room.


SOURCES


ILOUISIAI 1AJ
LOJI SIAiJA




CHILD LA-.OR LAWS
LO JISIA:A


PROVISIONS


General Statutes
1932. Title MXXIV.
Ch. 5, Sec. 4335 (1908, No. 301, Sec.
17)




Ch. 11, Sec. 4393 (1926, No. 85, Sec. 1)


General Statutes
1932. Title XVIII.
Ch. 8, Sec. 2353

Ch. 9, Sec. 2356


Sec. 2356
Sec. 2356

Sec. 2349,


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


2351
2351
2351


Ch. 7, Sec. 2351


(1932, :To. 49, Sec.

(1932, 'To. 49, Sec.


(1932,
(1932,

(1922,
1 and

(1922,
(1922,
(1922,


No.
No.
110.
Mo.
2)

No.
No.
No.


49,
49,


Sec.
Sec.


117, Secs.


117, Sec. 3)
117, Sec. 3)
117, Sec. 3)


(1922, No. 117, Sec. 3)


Ch. 6A, Sec. 2348.(1932, No. 70, Sec. 1)
1

Ch. 6A, Sec. 2348.(1932, No. 70, Sec. 3)
3 (a)


All LIninors prohibited from cleaning any part of the mill 0ear
or machinery while the same is in motion in any factory,
mill, or .orksho).
No provision authorizing a State agency to declare other oc-
cupations hazardous.
STATUS 0F ILLEGALLY Ei PLAYEDD IAIIORS IUDE.D TrIE .JORIL1:',IS CO.J2ISaTIO ACT
Certain illegal r employed minors are excluded from the act, that
is, those of less than the minimum age prescribed for employment.
FJLL-TII.S SCHOOL ATThIDAA-ICE

In Orleans Parish: Required of children between S and 16 during
entire session, except:
Child 14 regularly and lawfully engaged in some useful employ-
ment or service;
Child physically or mentaliv incapacitated;
Child under l4 for who'i school facilities within 20 city
blocks are inadequate.
Outside Orleans Parish: Required of child between 7 and 14, both
inclusive, for l.o days or full session if term of the public
schools is less, except:
Child who has completed the elementary course of study;
Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
Child living more than 2L miles from school and for whom free
trans-ortation is not furnished; and child for whom there are
no adequate school facilities;
Child whose services are needed to support wido'-ed mother.
CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Attendance may je required by ordinance of city, town, or village
of boys between 14 and 16 and girls between l4 and IS are em-
ployed and who have not completed high school.
Instruction shall 1e given for 144 hours per year.
Establishment of continuation schools not compulsory. Incorpor-
ated cities, towns, and villages may establish such schools.


SOURCE S


Ch. 8,
Ch. 8,

Oh. 7,
2350

Ch; 7,
Ch. 7,
Ch. 7,





'0


Rev. Stats.
of 1930
Title Three,
Ch. 54
Sec. 1l
Sec. 19


Sec. 18



Sec. 18

Sec* 19

Sec. 19

Sec. 19

Sec. 19


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


Sec. 27
Sec. 23

Sec. 23


CHILD LABOR LAWS
LAINE


SOURCES


PROVISIONS


Laws


(1927,
(1927,


Ch.
Cil.


171,
171,


Sec.
Sec.


(1927, Oh. 171, Sec. 1)



(1927, Ch. 171, Sec. 1)

(1927, Ch. 171, Sec. 2)

(1927, Oh. 171, Sec. 2)

(1927, Ch. 171, See.'2)

(1927, Ch. 171, Sec. 2)


(1923,
(1923,
(1923,

(1915,
(1915,


Ch.
Oh.
Ch.

Ch.
Ch.


198)
198)
198)

350,
350v


iINI1iU. AGE
17, in any business or service for hire during school hours,
excep, children of 14 of subnormal mental capacity engaged
in non-hazardous work on special permit from CoL,:iissioner
of Education and Co',i-.ssioner of Labor and Industry.
14, in any manufacturing or mechanical establishment, bowling
alley, or pool room.
io minimum age for employment in stores outside school hours.
1 .2LOY.. liM CERT I 2 CATS
Regm.lar certificates: Required fot child 15 rears of age during
school hours in all occu-'iationao
and bet-een 14 and 16 outside school hours in all occupations
in which a minimum_ aze of 14 years is fixed.
Certificate of physical fitness may be recqired in doubtf..l
cases.
Completion of eighth grade required for 7ork during school hours.
A'e certificates: 1o ;.-rovision.
Issued by: Local public school officials.
HOUTS
8-hour day for all minors under lb;
9-hour day for females 16 or over;
54-hour week for all females in any workshop, factory, manufac-
turing, or meclianical establishment
except in establishments handling perishable products, and,
except ".7ork for employers engaged in public service in c ases of
emergency,
54-hour week for boys under 16 and all females in any telephone
exchange employing more than 3 operators, or in any mer-
cantile establishment, store, restaurant, laundry, telegraph
office, or by anyr express or transportation comp'" y, except
during, week before Christmas and in stores during week be-
fore Easter,


Sec. 8)
Sec. 3)


(1915, Ch. 350, Sec. 3)


.. .i .ii .ii i ..... . .. . . . . ... .





CHILD LABOR LAWS
cfl> .^ 1112 ________________


Sec. 22


Sec.
Sec.


Sec. 18


,:i__SOIRCES


(1919, Ch. 191)

(1915, Ch. 350, Sec. 8)
(1915, Ch. 350, Sec. 3)


(1927, Chs. 137 & 171,
Sec. 1)


Pierces Case (1929) 267 Mass. 2CS,
166 N. E. 636.
Title Two, Ch. 19
Sec. 77 (1527, Oh. 37)










Sec. 178 (1919, Ch. 205, Sec. 1)


PtCOVI 510U!S


NIGHT r0O-a
Prohibited bet'7een 6 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. in any workshop, factory,
manufacturing or mechanical establishment, bowling alley or pool roc
except in establishments handling perishable products and in work for
employers engaged in public service in cases of emergency.
STRE2T TR.DES: No provision
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIzITED


Employment prohibited for minors under 14 in a very limited
number of hazardous occupations.
No provision prohibiting employment under 18 in hazardous oc-
cupations.
No state authority authorized to declare other occupations
hazardous for minors.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EiYLOYED IINORS UNDER THE WORJjZ'S C.-


SENSATION ACT
Minors illegally employed are covered by the compensation
act and receive the same compensation as if legally employed.
FULL-T LaE SCHOOL ATTEi'PWANCE
Req.dred of child between 7 and 17 years of age for entire
session, except:
Child 15 who has completed the grades of the elementary
school;
Child 16 who can read at sight and write legibly simple
sentences in English;
Child wao is excused for necessary absence;
Child l4 of subnormal mental capacity who has received a
special permit as specified under "minimum ace";
Child who is physically or mentally incapacitated.
CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Attendance is not compulsory but schools may be established for
minors between l4 and 18 engaged in industrial occupations
who have not completed the elementary school course. In-
struction shall- cover 144 hours per year. Law defines
"continuation" -school as such school or class as is con-
ducted during regular working hours of person employed.
No provision requiring establishment of such schools.












(1912, Oh. 731, Sec.6)
(1916, Ch. 222, (ec.4)


Sec. 4


Sec. 5

Sec, 10


(191.,


Ch. 495,


Sec. 5)


(1916, '0h. 222, Sec..9)


Sec. l4 (191S,
1935 Supplement to
1924 Code, Article
100
Sec. 19 (1929s


Annotated Code
of 1924, Art.
100
Sec. 13


Oh. 49S,



Ch. 4S'l,


Sec. 13)


Sec.l )


(1916,.Ch..22-2, Sec. 12)


14, in any b business or service during school hours.
14, in any nill, factory, workshop, nechanic-l eotbl.-L ishb
.nent, tcnenent house narnfactory or "orksho, office
bnilCding, restaurant, bakery, barber shop, hotel,
apartment house, bootblack stand or est-blishi-ient, '
public stable, garage, laundry, or as a driver in any)
brick or luinber yard, or in the construction or reair
of bu.il ings, or as a messenger for telegraoh, tele-
phone or.messenger companies, or in any mercantile
est&blislnent, store, office, boarding horse, club,
or ini the distribution, transmission. or sale of.
.uerchianCdise, and
canning or packing establishment.
~Ln?0::LI: LL AT
regular_ prtific-tes Required for child betrreen l14 -nd 16
in -oove occupations.
Certificate ,of physical fitness, and



completion of elementary school course (6th in 3altimore,
elsewhere 7th grade) required.
Age certificates No provision in law; issued, in practice
on request.


: Issued by Coannissioner of Labor and Statistics in Balti-
more; outside 3altimore the Commissioner or the county
school superintendent or appointee of the latter may
issue; in pra-ctice the appointments are subject to aprrov
al of coiuissioner; the practice has been to appoint as
issuing officers the physicians authorized by county z.


I.




C IL -RY .AJ......
}.[AflYLAND


Sec. 24



Sec. .1

Sec. 2

Sec. 24


Sec. 26



Sec. 28


Sec. 28
Sec. 34


Sec. 34

Sec. 7

Sec. 22

1935 Su.
1924 Co(
101
Sec. 4g


(1916,
(1912,


Ch.
Ch. 731,


(1912, Ch.

(1916, Ch.


Sec.
Sec.


26)
32)


731, Sec. 32)

22, Sec. 7 )


(1912, Oh. 731, Sec. 21)


pDlement to
le, Article


(1927, Oh. 536)


5=


PROVISIONS
:HOURS
:S-hour day, 1:-hour week, 6-day week for children under 16 in
:above occupations, except in canning and packing estab-


SOURCES
(1916, Oh. 222, Sec. 22A



(1888, Ch. I455, Sec. I

( 188, Ch. !455, Sec. 2)

(1916 CM. 122, Sec. 22A


(1912, Ch. 731, Sec 24)



(1916, Chi. i?, Sec. 26)


:l ishments.
) :10-hour day'for all employees.in cotton or woolen iaanufc.ctur-
:ing establishments,
:with exemption for males 21 and over.
:NIGHT WORK
) :Prohibited bet-teen 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. for minors under 16 in
:above occupations, except in canning and packing establish-
nients
:Itight nessery;er service prohibited between 10 p.m. a.nd 6
:a.m. for minors under 18 in cities having a population of
:20,000 or over.
: STREET TTJADES
minimumm -.t;e: Boy 12 for selling newspapers and. Tjeriodicals;
:10 for Celiverin'j ne-;spapers bet,7een 3:30 r.ni o.r.; 1.4 for
:other street tr,-.es. Girl 16.
:Badges: Renired for boys under 16.
:Tight '7or!: prohibited under 16 between 8 p.m. and 6 a.n.;
:also during school hours unless boy is 14 and has an er;ploy-
:ment certificate.
:Lav; applies to cities of 20,000 or over.
:HAZARDOUS OCCUPATI ONS PROHIBITED
:Under 16 in a cojaorehensive list of hazardous occupations,
:including the operation of all power machinery.
:Under 1? in r. fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occu
:pations. ITo ztate agency specifically authorized to declare
:what occupations are hazardous.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EMPLOYED 1JINORS UNDER THE WORIC m' S
COIUPEITSATION ACT
:Illegally employed minors are covered by the compensation
:act and double compensation is provided in crse of minors
:employed illegally with the knowledge of the employer.





g .CHILD LABOR LAS
CAoRYLA
C .' LARY L.,UF


P70VO'IS ICU1S


Art. 77. Ch. 21
Sec. 220


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


220
220
220


221
221
221
221


(1931, Ch.


(l95l,
(1951,
(1931,


Ch.
Ch.
Ch.


n^ 3:, cOh.
(1931, Ch.
(1931, Ch.
(1931, Ch.


152, Sec. 1)


132,
1S2,
1i2,


159,

153,
1599
'1 5^


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.
*Sec


:JPULL-TI E SCHOOL ATTE1'A>TCE
:In Balimnore City: Required of child bet'-'en 7 and 16 during entire
S session, e'.-ce-ot;
Child ,-ho is e--cused for necessary absence;
S Child -ohisically or mentally incapacitated;
S Child 14 rho has conDletea. the elementary grades and is
: enroloyed.

Outside P.ltimore City: Reciuiredi of cnild bet-'een 7 and '1b during
S entiL-c session, e-.ceot ,
S Child- who is excused for necessary and legal absence.
Child 14 1-ho is revul.rl]r employed;
Child rh-vsic-,11v or merntll-r incapacitated.
: Io .rovisionCTTD'
-o provisionon


SC 'F. C S





CHILD LABOR LAWS
IASSACHUSETTS


-- SOURCES - - -


Gen. Laws
(Tercentenary EC..)
1932
Vol. II, Title XXI,
Ch. 14Q
Sec. Go60 (1921,
Sec, 86 (1321,


Sec. s6

Sec. 57
COh. 76
Sec. 1
Oh. 149
Sec. 95

Sec. 87

Sec, 65


Sec.
Sec.


Laws




Oh. 41o, Sec. 2 )
Oh.351, Sec. 2)


t1921, Ch. 351,

(1913, Ch. 779,

(1921, Oh. 463)

(1926, Oh. 188,

(1913, Ch. 779,

(1921, Oh. 351,


(1921,
(1921,


C


Oh. 351.
Ch. 280)


Sec. 2)

Sec. 16 )


Sec.

Sec. 1

Sec.


Sec.


as amended by act pas
April 23, 1935)


becs. 60 and 67 (1913, Ch. 831, Sec.
and 1917, Ch. 294)


3)

.6 )
1) :

2)

sed





1


PROVI S tolls


MI.NII.aMI AGE
l4, in any nurk during school hours.
l4, at any time in any employment except agriculture and domestic
service.
EMPLOYINT CERTIFICATES
Regular certificates: Required for child between l4 and 16 in
any employment.
Physician's certificate of physical fitness and
completion of 6th grade required.

Age certificates:
Educational certificate required for minors between 16 and 21 in
factories, stores, and certain other employment.
Issued by: Local -public school officials.
HOURS
S-hour day, 4g-hour week, 6-day week for child under 16 in any
eriloyment or occupation
except agriculture or domestic service.
9-hour day, 4g-hour week, for minors between 16 and 18 and allfe-
males "laboring" in any workshop- or manufacturing, mechanical
or mercantile establishment, telegraph office or telephone ex-
change (including a private exchange) or by any er.mress or
transportation company, or in any laundry, hotel, manicuring
or hairdressing establishment, motion picture theatre, or as
an elevator operator, with exemptions.
For employee not covered by the 9-hour day and the 4g-hour week
above, the law provides a 10-hour day, 54-hour week, 6-day
week for boy between 16 and 18 and girl between 16 and 21
in any workshop, manufacturing, mechanical or mercantile
a akB- 1 l 4 -1,- -4 11.- 1_ _ -l -1.-- ----L I -. - ...1.


nf- n. 4 ....... .... ...
,, ..... .... .. .. . ... .. 1 I i .-.. .


PROVISIOITS


--------1 mm imiiiim




Oa
%A=


SOUJiCES F2: lOISIONS


:HOURS (Continued)
garage, brick or u1-mber yard, telephone exchange, telegraph
: or messenger office or in construction or repair of buildings,
in any contr-ct or *..e earning iniustr' iri tenement or other
: houses, v.rith e:eiotions.
I 1TT* GiT :0U I.1
Ch. 7?7, Sec. !4) :Prohibited between 6 -.i. and 5:30 p.*i.. for child under 14 in
any work,
C0> 34') :and for child between 14 and lo in art; ei.rlo,.ient
Ch. r5, Sec.? 2) e::ce"t a.ricultvre or do-.liestic service.
Ch. 31, Sec.7) :Frohi'biteod bet'reon 10 _-'.n. (G .'i. in the -.rvnuf,-cturc of tex-
tiles) end 5 a.i.,. for bo: bet,'een 1' snC. 1 anc. yirl bet,,een
13 nni. 21 i& estz'blishi.icnts rnu. occur.tiounc li!stec ux'.er tne
: 10-hour day, 5- hour 'ccl: -rovision given above.
Ch. S31, Sec.IC) :_.iEt *e.cnner service -roiibiteL fnr -.-inor under 21 bct-reen 1C
i". wu. F a.].i. ;ith e:-e:-itions. (U:essenr:,er world: entirely
:rohibit-.d for girls und.or 1S).
ST- T TZAD:3
Ch. 41i, Sec.1) :"irnimr A -e: oh-- 12. -r._ IS1 in cities of over 0,.O00.
Ch. 4l0, Sec.4) : Dad:e required for boy. 12 to 1G. 'orl. :rolliilited during school
hours PnCL bet-reen S r.*. and 6 a. i. for minors under 14; dur-
ing school hours (unles- chil' hi.s e'v.:'_-niuent certificate)
and between 9 o.n. and 5 a. for ninors bet,,een -4 and 16.
:L AZA27DOUS OCCmATIOITS PROHIBITr
Cii. G31, Secr. 2 :Under 15 in a fcirl, co;'rehensive list o" hazardous occu'xa.tions.


& 3, and l920, 20F)
(1913, Cl. S31, Sec. 5)
(1913, Ch. 331, Sec. 4)
and 6)


:Under IS in a fairly. corrchensive list of ha.:ardoL"s occupations.
:Under io and IS in occupations declared hazardous by the Dexart-
: nent of Labor P.nd Industries.
S STATUS 0 ILLEC-ALL' Ei TLOY'SD '.IiUOr"S 1t.- T.= ITOPhIS EII'S COILEA-


Fierce's Case,
C1. 1-2
Sec. 28


:SATIOHT ACT
2S7 lass. 208, 136 .^T.2:iinors illec-lly eon-lo-ecl are covered b" the conriensation act and

(1934, Ch. 292, Sec.2):extra compensation is provided in case of injury while a minor
knorn to be such is so enrl;oyed.


Sec. GO


Sec.

Sec.


Sec. oS


(1913,
(I- ,

(1:921,
(192>,

(1:13,
(I:;.I







(1:1,
(1:921,


Sec.
Sec.


Sec. 6l


(1c.13,


Sec.
Sec.


CHILD LA30BR LAS
IaSSACIIUSZT S






CHILD LABOR LA7S
,ASSACHUSETTS


Vol. I,
Sh. 76
Sec. i1
Sec. 1



Ch. 71
Sec. 22



Sec. 21


Sec. 2u


SOURCES
Title XII

(1521, Ch. 463)
(1V2.1, Ch. 463)




(10O19, Ch. 311, Sec. 1)



(1922, Ch. 401)


(103, Ch. 24C)


: PROVISIONS
:FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTEiDAITGCE

requiredd bet'-reear 7 and 16 for entire session, e::ceit:
Child l4 or over .ho has corileted 5th grad.e and is e!Tployed an
crn-)lo:-ient certificate for at least S hours a c-%y or e::cu0cd
for 9rofita'ole er.ilo,-.ient a-.t hoee; child _hrsic'll: or ;ental-
l., incapacitated.
:COiT0IUATIO.I SCHOOL A.-7'rIAhC
:Penuired of child between 14 and 1S regularly eijlo:-ed on certifi-
crte, or teTp)orarily une-rlorec', or e:-c'tsec. for ea:,loyment at
.Lo:nie on hone ;cr.iit. Atte-:,;--.ce re ire& 4 hours .a ',ee'-: for en-
:-loyed children (20 hours a "'-ec!: if uneirloyeC'.)
:bet:r-een S a.,:. rnc. 5 "9.n. or' school drys. Continuation schools
Si.Tust be established nhercver there are 200 or nore linerss under
u16 7ho rould be recuircCd to attend.
:Schools :ia be cstvblishcC'. uri:.^C the v cation -eriod, ard. if so
: attendance is not comn.ulsory.




CHILI) LABOR LAWS
MI CEI GAN


SOURCES PROVISIONS
Coroiled La'is of Laws


1929, Vol. II.
Title ;'TrI I
Ch. 14)
Sec. ;L325


Sec. .325


Sec. 8325

Sec. 9325


(1929, p. 242, Act 102)


(1929, p. 243, Act 102)






(1929, o. 243, Act 102)

(1,2-,_1. 767, Act .on)
4I


LIIT,!l.m: AGE
15, in any mercantile institution, store, office, liotel, laundry,
S annufcturing establishment, mine, billiard or -.ool roon pas-
sen2Jer .r freight elevator, factor:' or worhshop, quarry, bo'-
ling all.e,-, telegra::,h or ]aes-enCer service, e:.ceot child 14
or over outside school hours and during vacation. In rvc-
: tice, 15 in any .occupation ciLring school hours ezceq.t cwricul-
tural -ursuits and donestic service.


-_e.--a.lrr certificates: Rer.uired for errTlo:',i.ent of ninor bet-
.7een 15 ,and 1CLr durin school hcurs, ond bet-reen 14 and 19
outside school hours, in above occiuations. Certific'a.te
of -'hysical fitness may be ren'-ire,. Co.-7iletion. of 6t4!
gr2.de recuireC, for cild. under i16 or.i. rig school
hours. In case bf":c~i1`i(1-under 106 working during school
hours, childts -,ajes irst be necessary for ou.oort of family .
: IssueJ by: Local c'ublic school ofLicials.
:HU RS
:10-hour day, 574-hou ie.-' for boys under 1 and all fe'.iale. in
an:- factory, mil'., warehouse, uorhshoD, quarry, clothing,
: dres-iaiing or millinery establisiment, or an:' -lace where
the manufacture of goods is carried on, or Goods are ore-
- _ared for ranufrcturind, or in any la.unryr, store, shop,
or an:' other nercantile establishment, or in anmy office or
* restaurant, hotel, hos-ital, or in operating an elevator or
on street or electric rail'7r'.-rs, ece-t in fruit and ve-etable
canneries and exce-t students and nurses in hospitals or
nurses infraternal or charitable hones,




CHILD LABO,3 LA.JS
.JC IGa.


P-iCVISIO:S


8326
8326


Sec. 9326

Ch. 150
Sec. .413


Oh. 131
Sec. 7526

Sec. 7527
Sec. 7527

Sec. 7527

Sec. 7527
Sec. 7527


Sec. 7527


(1929, P. 768, Act 299)



(1929, P. 768, Act 299)


(1929,
(1929,


245,
245,


Act 102)
Act 102)


(1929, P. 245, Act 102)


(1929, P. 262, Act 113)



(1919, P. 242, Act 132)


(1919,
(1919,


242,
242,


ACt 132)
Act 132)


(1919, P. 242, Act 132)


(1919,
(1919,


(1919,


242,
243,


Act 132)
Act 132)


P. 243, Act 132)


Sec. 8324



Sec. 8324


5WjT TWO rs


NIGHT JORK
Prohibited between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. for child under 16 in any
work in public manufacturing establish-aent, quarry or mine,
cr in messenger service, or for girl under 18 in any fac-
tory. (Same exemption as under "Hours" aove).
Night messenger service prohibited between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
for minors under 18.
STREET TRADES
No provision.
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in pool or billiard room.
Under 18 in cleaning machinery in motion or in an',r other hazard-
ous employment.
Unu.er 18 in occupations declared hazardous b the DepartLient of
Labor and Industries.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EiPLOYED LINORS UIOER THME WOULEN'S COiAFNSA-
TION ACT: Illegally employed minors are covered by the compensa-
tion act, and double compensation is provided in case of in-
jury to such minor under 18.
FULL-TIi.2 SCHOOL ATTST.DAiXCE
Require: of child between 7 and 16 for the entire school years,
except:
Child who has completed the 8th grade and is employed;
Child rho is regular, employed as a pane or messenger in the
legislature;
Child 14 who has completed the 6th grade, and whose services
are essential for the support of himself or parents;
Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
Child under 9 not living within tro and a half miles from
school by the nearest traveled road and for whom tramsporta-
tion is not furnished;
Child between 12 and 14 rvhile in attendance on confirmation
classes.


Seov.
Sec.


SOURCES





. ..C......1


PiKlisOISI


Sec. 7575
Sec. 7576
Sec. 7575
Sec. 7575

Sec. 7575

Sec. 7575


(1921, P. 784, Act 15)
(1921, P. 784, Act 1,-)
(1921, P. 7S4, Act 15)
(1921, P. 784, Act 15)

(1921, P. 794, Act 15)

(19321, P. 753, Act 15)


CO 7TINUATIOT SCHOOL ATTETDJrCE
Required of unmarried minors under 17 not attending full-time school
8 hours a week, except:
Chil. who has completed 2 years of high school;
Child ,ho '.'oaLid be deprived of" wages essential foi own or famiily
support;
Child pivsically inc:apacitate6., o:- iaentally unable to pursue the
school .ork.
Schools :Taiist je established in districts ,rith a pop -ation of
5,0C0) or ,.iore hIaviag 50 children, elii'.,le for atte..danrce.
Schools mry be establ-ished in other districts.


!
Q
ID
!


SLIRCES






SILD LA30 LA "S
4I ESOTs.


SOTJRCES


Un son's Statutes
131L Supplc ient,
Ch. 23
Sec. e094


Sec. 4o94
1927. Vol.


1.Ch. 23


Sec. 4095 (

Scc. 1097 (


Scc. X'09S (

Sec. 4100 (


Sec. 41O0 (

Sec. 4104 (


10-5'. Sup! l,1ent. Ch


Sec.t. )4106
Ic'7. Vol. 1. Ch.


Se:. 4111


(,
23
C.


19" Sup-)le-'ent. Ch
Sec. 4106 (


1929. Cu. 1-,4, Sec. 1)

1929, CO,. 3;:', Sec. 1)

1912, C:.. ,2)
1912. 2 h. C S-c. 4)


1912, Ch. ", S-c. 3)

1912, Ci. L, Scc. 7)


1912, C,,. 8, Sec. 7)

1912, Ch. S, Scc. 11)


. 23
133, Ch. 63, Scc. 1)

1921, Ch. 31G, Sec. 6)

1 23
1933, Ch. 63, Sec. 1)


FHPROVI SIONS


Iill DI ..,:;::
14, in f2 c~o,', mill, ',o'!-:s',,op, Taine, or in t'I._.
cov't-t-.:.i,"i o any, ouiloing or about any en.inec-rini.-; nork.
l4, in S../ ,s i.Y-s or service &Lurin-: school hoer'-.
L:FLO.-- C- I... I ICT:S
Re al"ul-. ..'tiic-.tes: Rea,iurer. .or rhil- jet", n l4' and 16
in u..- .'..-.. .. sL_ rvice i.ili school hours.
Certi'ic'- o: nh"i'-.il fi.-,ness and completion o.-' co:.ion
"c ooX *.our:,', (st'. .rr- e) re.uirel.
Ag.e C.r tf'ica tc s: a,'o rovi-ion.
Is-ued b-r: Lo,-.1. rrablic school officials.
HO S:
S-hour r1'-, '.-hour week for: chiia unier 16 in Eany i;ainful
occmrv- ion2.
O C'. 137 : ,
I;:i 2 &:u::
Prohi.,it:c-. t-',.en 7 p.mr. a(i 7 a.m. for" chil( un'.Xrr 16 in
i any -iri2.1 occiurr't ion
WNipht *ec:,.. s -vice prohibited bet.'een 9 p. -n- 06 am.
fo" oo; r 'e 1S. ('..ssen'-,r '-,ork entirely prohi.,ited for
girls t:.;,..rr 21)
STREET TBAD-.S:
:!iniir:.zr r;e: Boy 12, 7irl 18;

except a: r' ul.:ly enploved nensppper carrier or Listributor
of ne-:sprpers, ria.-:azines, or periodicals on fi:xedr routes;

Badges: Ronruired for boys between 12 and 16 (beticen 14 and.
16 for '.,or-: _lurinm, school hours).


^ __ J.. ___




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CHILD LAJ30 LA US
M1A I rSO'X'A


PROVISIONS


(1933, ch. 6b', sec. i)


1027, l. 1, Ch. 23
S c. L107 (190, C.;'.--., S.c.
S,--.c. 4109 (1933, C". 6-S" c
.Ar/" .;. Ch. and Con.t. Al.- .
Sec. 1265
1'.3L Supplc ent, Ch. 23
Scc. 1lO- (1929, '.. c.


Sec. 4103


1)
1)
ec.36)


(1929, Ch. 231, S-c.2)


Uesterlund v. Kettle 2iver Co., 137 Hinn.
21; 162 N. T. 610
1L27, Vol. 1, Ch. 14
Sec. 300O (1923, Oih.,'J, Sec. l)


Sec. 30S0
Sec. 300SO
Sec. 30S0



Sec. 3080


(1923, Chl.T7, Sec. 1)
(1923, Ch.7T, Soc. 1)
(1923, Ch.7-, Sec. 1)



(1923, Ch.7S, Sac. 1)


Wor.'- pro.'i )ite.- L.uring school hours unless child. is 14
: anc. '".s co.-L1.:tcc all requirements of scho- r.-.,.en-
danice; .t'/cc. 8 p.pm anr. 5 a.mn.

pxeit ..oy. i C- *it and. bac-e na' sell e::tr-.s ,.'ftcr
Sp.mi. L---, :,.lies to cities of 10,000 or ;iorc
po o-..l on..


"AZ.-_ C',_;S ..^ ... I jS r h l.-.
:dAz.-2:..sc ,;,. ."OYS PROHI='ITE",
U n ..,: 1 i :. _' .'; copr,.'/herL ive list of -t.z.:'" Ous occupations.
10o .---i. -io. roIi oiting erplor'rent in haz-.r'on,.s occupations
upo ':o 1;::
U'O 0 -, -
: .To St -te agc -,.y a;athorized to F.eclare other occ.'.,,vAtions hazardous.
: F&-e o i vmno-er 16 ay7 not be en-ployed heree occu:"tion-re-
qaires t'.;t she stanfl con-st.rntly.
: S'AJ ',' I* I.-ILLY :PLOYI- IOiRS UI.DR T` Co:u:: tS
C"OI,0 :T7i.,.'IO' AC'.
: I:inors ille -.YIv e-iployed are e::clu.led from the c ( ;--.-sntion
act.
FLULL-'IIM I -- ;)OL T 1 DA!K!,CC
ReT.icc. o0 c.ilc. bct'7ezn S and 16 for the ef/'ti: scssionput
not to c::ceeCi 10 rmionths, except:
:ChiliL w1iho is ploysicrlly or mentally incrp-cit:.te.;
: Child" -.:'o :i: coimpleter. the 3th grao.e;
: Chil ::1ho i1 attending. religious instruction for not more
tha-,. 3 hotius per 7,eek, or '..ho is absent front school to
attend. instraction according to the ordinances of some
church, ':v be eycusec' for that purpose;
: Child -:ho lives i7hcre there is no school :7it;iin reasonable
distance, or where conditions of weather or travel
make it impossible to attend;


SOURCES


cec. 4106








CHILD LAMO' LATS
I:IW .SO-A


SOU.:iCES : PROVISIONS,
*


Sec. 30O0


(1923, Ch.7Q, Sec. 1)


Child 114 in loc-liuies o.'tci.> cities of t>.;. 1st -:iC.
2n cl,-.ss, :lost. help ir required at home .'?:-een
Apr-.il 1 and 1-ovember 1.
CO.TI-U1ATIOI" SCHOOL ATTENDA-CE
No Provi'-ion


. . .........
...... ... ....







CHILD LAB0YP LA,':S
MISSISSIPPI


PROVISIONS


Code of
1930, Vol. 2
Oh. 110
Sec. 4635




Sec. 4647





Sec. 4646




Sec. 4646


(1924, Ch.314, Scc. 1)




(1930, chi. 46, scc. 1)





(1924, Ch.311, Sec. 2)


(1924, Ch.314, Soc. 2)


MI TNIMMl AGE
14, in -" ,ill, cannery .(except fruit or ve-.et.,ble cannery)
.ror'.-:z.op, f-cto"',", or ,n.nufacturing estC-...li 2u:nt
(.:or'shops interp.'eted by Attorney Genercl to in-
cl-yde stores).
EI.PLO': YT"I C I:TI 71 CATES
Io r;',plo c-nt certificate system (For -rork in .uove
estpliff'rt-^s, employer must secure froa. child.cl under
16 parent s affidavit stating age of child, school
-r-.'e atteni.ed, nnT:e of last school at'Lended, and
teacher in char-e).
HOURS
g-h6-ori- (la, 1-.l-hour -Teek, for child under 16 in 'n. mill,
Scaimiery (except fruit or vegetable cannery), -.,or:k-
shop, factory., nrnufacturing establishment, or (by
inte_'pretr.tion) in- anir, store.
l I \u-i ""'rJi T
Proiuite.' uetTeen 7. p.n. and 6 a.m. for chilc'. urne-er 16
in r.. i- mill, cannery (e::cept fruit or vc-et:KLle
cs'.nL.ry)>, workshop factory, manufacturing, establish-
-enrt, (or(by interpretation) in anr' store.
ST-LJlJT T. l S
N'o provision.
.-iAZA'.OUS OCCTJPATIONS PROH0IBITED
No provision.


SOURCES


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p: : : : ... .. .. . I
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . .
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CHILD LADO'. LA'.-S
HI SSI SSIPPI


: PROVT :]T"liP


Oh. 163
Sec. 3716



Sec. 6717


Sec. 6717


Sec.
Sec.


6717
6716


(1930, C0. .5', Scc. 1)


(1924, Ch.'U'3, Soc. 162)


(1924, Ch.?S3, Sec. 162)


(1924,
(1930,


Ch.253,
Ch. 1'5,


Sec.
Sec.


162)
1 )


S'A-'US OF IL, LEGALLY LIPLOY-D i.INO"tS U- 21: OTOR.EI'S
COI[P:i'SA:..'I01T ACT
ITo corrpocsation act.
VilIJI: "SCHOOL ATTI-:VJAP'CE
R.c,..irX', bct.-'een 7 and 16 years of aF for full-tine
in municipall separate school districts hL.vin.'. a
0oi.l-tion of 10,000 or nore; SO lals r sr'here,
e:Tc6.t:
Chil', 'ho h-`v completed coymnon schooll course of study;
C'i. :*o rcsi"'-?s TJO7--' than t-'o an- a hnlf niles from
sfcliool, unless transportation is furrdshc ;
Chilf trrcero-aril-r e-:cuseO in extreme cpses of emer-
ency;
Chilc' ph"'-sicallv or mentally incapacitate&;
C'.ill. 2tter..in: ar.-.roved part-time publi s-.-hool for
ful' term.
CQ0.'.Ijiw 'IOU SCHOOL A'L" TI'VfAI&CL
ITo r:o'o'.'icion.


- 'I


.. ...OURIiCES . V V


I
tn








Sta&tutes


11, Ch.125
14os4


Sec. 14085


Sec, 140'5

Sec. 140SS


Sec.
Sec.


14092
11408S


Sec. 14og6


see. l40g6


( C1929,P,


(1929 I.

* (19299.?.
(1929,P.
(l929,P.

(1929,P,


130,


130,

130,

130,
13.0,

130,


(1929,P, 130;


ol. 1.- Oh. 30. Art.S
Sec,4277 (1919, P, 250,

Sec.4277 (1919, P.' 250,
Vol. 1l.Ch.95,.Art,6
Sec. 13224 (1909, P. 502)


(1929,,p 130s
(1929,P 130,


0*


nder 21


machinery in motion in manufacturing, mecha
3ther establishments or places.
ting employment in hazardous occupations up


IMENIn AGE
Sec.l) :14, in any gainful occupation except:
Sec. V) : Child in agricultural labor and domestic service or any service
performed for parent or guardian;
Sec.2) : Child between 12 and 16 outside school hours in industries erp!-
loying not more t an 6 persons.
:Z PLOY.IENT CERTIFICATES
Sec.2) : Regular certificates: Required for child under 16 in any gainful
occupation.-
Sec.5) : Certificate of physical fitness and completion of-6th grade
required.
Sec.9) : Age certificates: Issued on request for minor 16 or over.
Sec,5) Issued by: Local public school officials.
HOURS
Sec-3) : s-hour day, 48-hour iteek, 6-day w7eek fdr child under 16 in any ga:
occupation, except in agricultural labor or domestic service,
sale of newspapers and periodicals, or in vdrk under personal
vision or control of childts parent or guardian, or outside s(
hours in industries employing less than 6 persons.
S' ,:NIGHT 017RK- *
ec.3) "Prohibited bet7een"7 P.M. and7A.M. for child under 16. in any gainJi
: .:/ occupation, with same exemptions as under "Hours"t.
S: STMT TRADES
:No provision
H .ZA-RD0US OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Sec.' ) :Under 16 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations, ix
ing operation of eall po 7er machinery Bxcept that used in agric-L
Sec. 1) : or domestic service.






CHiILD LABO?0 LAWS
MISSOURI


PROVISIONS


Vol.l. Ch.30. Art.8
Sec.4278 (1919, P.
A. -
Vl.1 f.h_ 2?. Art. *1
Sec. 3305 (a) (19313 P,
Sec. 3320 (j) (1925, P,

Vol.11. Ch. 57.Art. 1,l
Sec.594.3 (T19.. .Pq
Sec.;433 (1919, P,
Sec.9h33 (1919 ..P.
Sec.9433 (1919,: P..


Sec.943S




Vol.ll. Ch. 57,Art.
Sec. 9396

Seg. 9391


251)


352,
375,


682,
682,
692,
G62,
Cs?2.,


(1919, P. 693,

(1919, P. 693,


Sec. 1)
Sec. 22)


Sec. 1)
Sec.l)
Sec.l)
Sec.l)


Sec. 1)

Sec.6)


e::cept girls under 18 in messenger service.
:no State agency authorize( to declare occu-oations hc.zar'ous for minors.
:sTATUS OF ILLEGALLY Li2LO2 ..iI3OIO:iS ulIm.M TT- ;Oui2 S CO2NS.TIrjON ACT
:Illegally enploye;- minors are covered by the compensation act and in case
:of injury to a minor who. the employer kno7incl:y employed in violation of
the child labor la'-, 50 per cent additional corroensation is required.
: MFIL-TIlE SCHOOL ATT mATC:
:Reouired between 7 anC 16 for entire session, except:
: ChilO. "iho has corrmletec. co- ion school course;
: Chil". physically o:r mentally incrracitated;
: Child bet'reen l4 an". 16 '7ho is actually and legally ermloyed at least
6 hours 3er day.
COITI:?JATIOI. SCHOOL AT-T.DAIUTC2
:R-equired of chilC. under 16 ln-Tmully enrcee in regular enloynent and of
S minors under IS who h.vc not cornpleteC the elementary school course
: anC -."ho are not attenc'in'7 re fular day school, for not less than 4
hours per "-ee]: betxreen g a.m. an,'- 5 Po.n. for a period not less than
the re Tlar school tenri.

:ScIools .Triast be established in districts ':herein there arc in force 25
CoTloyment certificates for children under 16.
:Estnblishment of school may be waived by State Board of Vocational
Education.






*:


SOURCGZS


. ...... .... ...


(1919, P. 695)









S0URC~S PROVISIONS


Revised Codes
of 1921
Vol. 1. Part 111.
Ch. 221
Sec. 3095



OC h. 90
SOc. 1136




Sec. 1136


Sec. 1136

Oh. 221
Sec. 3099


Laws
: MINI IY AGE
(1907, Ch. 99,Sec.l) :16, in any mine, mill, smelter, workshop, factory, steam, electric,
hydraulic or cororesses air railroad, or passenger or freight elev-
ator, or -'here any machinery is operated, or for any telegraph, tele-
S : phone or messenger company or in any occupation not here enumerated
kno7n to be dangerous or unhealthful or ,7hich may be in any way det-
rimental to the morals of said child.
(1921,Ch. 75, Sec. 2) "Minimum age of 14 for vork in other occupations during school hours in-
directly fixed by provision that child under 16 cannot be employed
during school tena and while school is in session without an employ-
ment certificate, which is issued only to child l4 or over.
:& BLOYIMNT CERTIFICATES
(1921, Oh. 75, Sec.2) :Reilar certificates: Required for employment of child between l4 and 16
S in any occupation during school hours. No physician's certificate of
Physical fitness required.
(1921, Oh. 75, Sec. 2),' :Completion of th grade required except where child1s wages are necessary
for family support.


(19o7, Oh. -99,


Sec. 4)Y :Age certificates: Issued on request for minor 16 or over for employment
in occupations for which minimum age is 16.


Ch, 90
Sec. 1136
Oh. 219
Sec. 3076


(1921, Oh. 75, Sec.2): :Issued by: Local public school officials.
:HOURS: No provision regulating hours of labor specifically applying to
(1917, Ch. 70, Sec. 1) : minors.
9-hour day for all females in any manufacturing, mechanical or
S: mercantile establishment, telephone exchange room, or office, or
telegraph office, laundry, hotel or restaurant, except in stores for
cone week preceding Christmas, when 10 hours is permitted.
:(Tote that employment of child under 16 in factories is entirely pro-
.... hiboited.)-


SOURCES


PROVISIONS






CHILD LABOR LAMS
MONTANMA


SOURCES :PROVISIONS
Sec. 3074 (1909, Ch. 75, Sec. i) :9-hour day for all telephone operators in cities of 3, 000 population
: except to relieve another employee in case of sickness or other unfore-
: seen causes.
:NIGHT WORK: No provision. (Note that employment of child under 16 in
: factories is -orohi'jiteC at any tine.)
bSTRET TRADES: No provision.
Ch. 221 :FAZA dOUS OCCUPATIONS P.OHI3ITED
Sec. 3095 (1907, Ch.39,Sec. 1) :Under 16: See "linihun A&e", above. No provision prohibiting employ-
: m ent under IS. No State agency authorized to declare occupations
: hazardous for minors.
STATUS Or ILLEGALLY 1SPLOYED HIINORS U"lDLT TIE IJOIflflDT'S COMPENSATION
1927 Sun., Ch. 213 :ACT
Sec. 2563 (1925,Ch. 121, Sec. 3) ::iriors illegally employed are covered by the compensation act and rec-
: e ive the sane co:-oensation as if legally employed.
Ch. 90 : ULL-TILE SCHOOL ATTEiDANCE
Sec. 1135 (1921, Ch.75, Sec.l) :RequireK of child betTeen 9 and 16 years for entire session, ercc-rt:
Sec. 1135 (1921, Ch. 75, Sec.l) :Child l4 -;ho has completed the 8th grade and has employment certificate;
Sec. 1135 (1921, Ch. 75, Sec.l) :Chtl l4 hose *mges are necessary to his familyts support and '-no has
: employment certificate;
Sec. 1135 (1921,Ch. 75, Sec. l) :Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
Sec. 1135 (1921,Ch. 75, Sec. l) :Chile living at such distance from any school as makes attendance an
: undue hardship
:CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTIENDAIcE
(1931, Ch. l1g, Sec.96):Attendance is not compulsory but continuation schools may be established
: in any high school district for pupils hetueen l4 and 21 years -ho
: have left regular full-time day school for '7ork.
(1931, Oh. 14g, Sec.96):Establishment of continuation school not compulsory, but board of
: trustees of any high school may establish such school.





CHILD LABOR LAWS
,IBBASKfl


PROVISIONS


CooIpiled Statutes
of 1929
Ch.4g.Art, 3. Title IV


Laws :
*


Sec. 301


Sec. 301


Sec. 302


Sec. 504


Sec.304

Sec. 303


Sec. 310





Sec. 510


(1919,Ch.190,p. 549)


(1919,Ch.190,p. 549)


(1919, Ch.190,p. 550)


(1919,Ch.190,p.551)


(1919, Ch. 190 ,p.551)

(1919, ch.190,p.551)


(1519,Ch.190,p.55-6)





(1919,Ch.190,p.556)


?MINIu LUI AGE
: 14, in ,nL business or services during school hours

: 1)4, in any theatre, concert hall, place of amusement, mercantile
: institution, store, office, hotel, laundry, manufacturing establish-
Sment, boiling alley, passenger or freight elevator, factory or workshop ,
: or as a messenger or driver for such establishments.

: 1LOYMvNT CERTIFICATES
: Re,-ular Certificates: 2.equireC. between 114 anc' 16 in above occupations.

Physician's certificate bf -in-sical fitness nay be required in dloubt-
ful cases,

: CoTrTpletion of gth grade or literscy in English plus attendance at even-
: ing or continuation school, required.
Age Certificates: iNo provision.
: Issued by: Local public school officials.

HOURS.
: Hour day, )4g-hour -Teek, for child under 16 in any theatre, concert
hall, place of amusement, mercantile institution, store, office, hotel,
: laundry, manufacturing establishment, packing, house, bowling alley,
: passenger or freight elevator, factory, -orkshop, in beat fields or as
: messenger or driver.
: NIGHT WORK
: Prohibited between g p.m1. and 6 a.m. for child under 16 in occupations
: listed, under "Hours" above.
: Street Trades: No provision.


SOURCES






CHILD LABOR LAWS
1K.BRASKA


Sec. 313


SOURCES
(1919, Ch. l90,P. 55S)


PROVISIONS


:HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
S.Under 1G in any -.orlk dangerous to life or limb or in r.hich childts
: -health may be injured or its morals depraved.


Sec.115


(1927,Ch.39,Sec.1)


Ch. 79.
Sec. 1001 (1929.Ch.87.Sec.l)




Sec. 1901 (i929,Ch.g7,Sec.l)
1933 Cum. Su9.y., Ch.79


Sec. 'l102

Sec. 1902


(1931, Ch. 4o9, Sec. I)

(1931, Ch. 149, Sec. 1)


Compiled Statutes
of 1929
Ch.79


No State agency authorized to declare what occupations are hazardous
for minors.

: No provision prohibiting employment in hazardous occupations up to 18.

:STATUS 02 ILLEGALLY DEPLOYED MINORS nID2R n4S: TOlfilII'S COIrPXISATIONS ACT.
: Minors illegally employed are excluded from the compensation act.


:FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTEi-DANCE
: Required of child bet-een 7 and 16 for entire session in city or metrpp- 3
: olitan school districts; elsewhere not less than 0 months (if session is
S7 months, attendance required for 130 days: if S months, for 145 days; if
9 months, for 16o days), except

: Child graduated front hich school, or if no high school is maintained in
: the district, child graduated from the school maintained in the district;

: Chil. physically or mentally incapacitated.

SChild 14 ,iho has completed. gth grade and 'hose earnings are necessary for
Sfanily support.

.




.. ...... .


CHILD LABOR IA,
NEBRASKA


SOURCES PROVISIONS
*


Sec. 2216


Sec. 221CG

Soc. 2216

Sec. 2216


(1921, Ch. 54, Sec. 1)


(1921, Ch, 54, Sec. i)

(1921, Ch, 54, Sec,.l)

(1921, Ch. 54, Sec. 1)


: COTIiUATION SCHOOL ATTENDAITCE
: Required of child between l4 anc1. 16, in districts heree continuation
S school is maintained, 'ho is regularly anC. legally employed., for not
: less thr.n 8 hours a -eek, except:

: Chilc. *"ho is menta.lly or physicrnlly incapacitated..

: Child -.ho has rradu.uatecL from high school.

Continuation school ,.nTst be established in district having 15 children
: bet-'een 14 and 16 7ho are employed.


r as






CHILD LAB,' LAJS
NEVADA


SOURCES


CoiJpiled Lw'.7s
( Hillyer)
Vol. 1
Sec. 1047


Vo1.j
Sec. 6031




Sec. 6030
Vol. 5
Sec. 10504



Vol. 1
Sec. 1054



Sec. 1053





Sec. 10-4g and
Set. 1051


of 1929


PROVI SINS


Lv. is


(1913, Ch; 232, Sec. 1)


(1919, Oh. S5, Sec. 5)


(1919, Oh. 85, Sec. 1:.)


(1913, Ch. 232,



(1913, Oh. 232,


(1913, Ch.
and 5)


pn- 1lAUQ (1QT 1"Ph -7,


l1INI:UA AGE
l4, in any business or service whatever during the hours in
which the -ubjic schools of the district in Which the child
resides rre in session.
EMPLOYMENT '2-'7:TI QICTSS
Regular ceitific, tes: Required under continuation school
lm7 for :,inors between 14 and 18 in all occuptions during
school hours. '.o physician's certific-te of pnlhsical fit-
ness reruirel. No grp."e or other educational recuiremaent.
Age certificates: "o provision
Issued by: LocJ.1 public school officials.
t7>
M
Another lc-: --eaiires for boy un.er l14 and girl un( er 16 employed t
in factories and stores, or other inside eplo--..ient not
connected -.,ith farm or housework, a permit from jutge of the
district court of the country.
HOURS
S-hour day, 14-hour '7eeke for boy under 16 and girl unc.er iS at
any gainful occupation, except domestic service or farm work
'I GHT UORK
No provision,
except thp.t night messenger service is prohibited bet-ween 10 p.m.
and 5 an. for minors under 18 in incorporated cities and
towns.
STREET TRADES
No provision.
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIOl:S PROHIBITED
Under 16 in a ignited number of hazardous occupations.

No prohibition of hazardous occupations up to 1.
Under 16 in occuprmtions declared hazardous by the Stnte Board


sec. -)-


Sec. 7)


232, Secs. 2


C-on n Z\


sp ,-~ (i i' nJi,.id.


PROVISIONS




]~~~~~. ....... .. ............. .
NEVADA
oaSOUCES PROVISIONS
_r= SOURCES ;PROVISIONS '"


Vol.. -^
Sec. 2638

Sec. 2720
Vol. 3
Sec. 5-49
Sec. 5g49
Sec. 5149

Sec, 5949

Sec. 5949

Sec, 58449


Sec,. 6029
Sec. 6033

Sec, 6029

Sec, 6029


Sec. 6029

Sec. 6029


Sec.
Sec.


6029
6027-


Sec. 6032


(1925, Ch. 114, Sec. 1)

(1913, Ch. 111, Sec. 39)


(1921,
(1921,
(1921,


Ch.
Ch.
Ch.


157,
157,
157,


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


(1921, Ch. 157, Sec. 1)


(1921,


Oh. 157, Sec. 1)


(1921, Ch. 157,


(1921, Ch.
(1919, Ch.


(1921,

(1921,


Sec.


177, Sec. 1)
95, Sec. 7)


Ch. 177, Sec. 1)

Ch. 177, Sec. 1)


(1921, Ch. 177, Sec. 1)

(1921, Ch. 177, See. 1)


(1921,
(1919,


Ch. 177, Sec. 1)
Ch. s5, Sec. 1.)


(1919, Ch. 95, Sec. 6)


:STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EMPLOYED MINORS UNDER THE WORKMI'S CON-
:PENSATION ACT
:Minors illegally employed are covered by the compensation act
and receive the same compensation as if legally employed;
:employer is also subject to fine of from $300 to $2,000.
:rjLIT-TIE, SCHOOL ATTE1NDANCE
:Required of child bet-een 7 and 13 during entire session, except:
:Child mentally or physically incaTacitated;
:Child who has compl-eted 12 grades of the grade and high school
course;
:Child 14 or over who has comTleted 3 grades and has certificate
for employment;
:Child 14 or over whose work is necessary for his own or parents'
suppoort;
:Child who resides at such distance from school as to render at-
tendance impracticable or unsafe as determined by the deputy
superintendent.
COiT INUAT ION SC-HOOL ATTEID.iJCE
:Required bf employed children between 14 and 1S for
:4 hours a week between 3 a.m. and 6 p.m.. during public school
term, excbrt:
:Child who.has completed 12 grades of the grade and high school
course;
:Child 7ho has completed the 9th grade and attendance would
endanger the security of employment in a highly desirable
and respectable position;
:Child who has completed 9th gr'de and is bound to an
apprenticeship under a satisfactory contract;
:Child who ha3 completed 9th grade and works at such distance
:from school as to make attendance impossible or impracticable,
:Child -physically or mentally incapacitated.
:Establishment of continuation school is required by districts
:in which 15 children between 14 and 18 are employed or reside
:Unless district is released by State Board for Vocational
Education.





CHILD LABOR LA" S
ITE1 HAi. .' _


SOiiiwCESs
?,.'lic La",s 1926.
Vol. 1. L.T-7 s
Ch. 11S
Sec. 18 (1921, Ch.g5, Pt.III, Zcc.1l)





Sec. 2[4 (1921, C'h.S5, Pt.III, Sec.22)


(1921,
(a921,
(1921,


?ec. 26
Ch. 116
Sec. 5

Sec. 11
(:ZCT)
Ci'. 118
Sec. 23

Chn. 176
Sec. 1V



Sec. 17


Oh. 85,
Ch 5,
Ch. 85,
C11.85


Pt.III,
Pt.III,
Pt.III,


Sec. 25)
Sec.27)
Sec .'"-)


(.1921, Ch.S5, Ft. III, Sec.2*-)


(1)21, Ch.85, Pt.I, Sec.')
(19321, Ch.85, Pt.l, See. u)


(1921, Ch.65, Pt.III, Sec.21)


(.1917, Oh. 196, Sec.l)



(1917, Ch.196, Sec.l)


PROVI SIOifS


:MINI.UI. AGE
:l14, in aony raill, factory, workshop, quarry, mercantile estn..lii:-.ent,
tenement house r iTafactory or u.orkshop, store, business office,
S telegraph or tele-Done office, restaurant, bakery, hotel, b.-rber shop,
S apartment house, bootblack ctand, or in the distrioutio;, or transmis-
S sion of merchlrnli;.e or messages.
: EITLOYF.NT CERTI 71 CATS
:Regular certificates: RequireL for chilr' bet-'een 14 r-nd 10 i... -oove
occupations.
:Certifica.te of 7:'icl fitness re.,uired. !iTo crade reruireuent-., but
:literacy in Enrvlis.i required.
:Age certificates: Certific tes of n-e and literacy are issued to ninor
1 S. and. cvcr "ie.c evening: or special schools for illiterrteor. are es-
S tablished.
:Issued by: Locrl. schooll officials, but

:the State Board of L'c-.ucrtion, through its po'.ver to enforce th'-ie certific-
ate lay' ancl to
:appoint the loc.l schooll superintenLents, uho are the issuin" officers,
has the isp)nnce *unc' r its control.
HOURS
:10O--hour day, 514-.ihour wee':, for minors under 16 in an-' :P.inful occupa-
S tion exce'ot i:' f,-.r'i 'ror!: or domestic service.

10.-hour day, 514-hoL0ur --eek, for minors under 18 paid all fe,.u-les in
manual or mechenical l.-bor in any employment, except 'or:-e'-tic ser-
vice, nursing_;, hotel and boarding house labor, operatin-; in tele-
phone and tele-"ra'nh offices, or in farm labor, or
:in stores the vwecl: -;efore Christmas weeklyy average of 54 hours per
week per year n*ust je maintained).


Sec.
Sec.
Sec.





NEW HA!1[PSHIRE

SOURCES PROVISIONS


Ch. 1I5
Sec. 23


(1921, Ch.85, Pt.III,


Sec. 22 (1921, Ch.95, Pt.III,


Oh. 176
Sec. 16


Sec. 21)

Sec.20)


(1917, Ch.196, Sec.1)


Sec. 16 (1917, Ch.196, Sec.1)


Oh. 11l
Sec. 21


(1921,


Oh.85, Pt.III, Sec.19)


Sec. 23 (1921, Ch.95, Pt.III, Sec.21)






Oh. 1
a (added) (1933, Ch.S8, Sec.1li


Ch. 119
Sec. 1 (1921, Ch.95,' Pt.III, Sec.1)
Sec. 1 (1921, Ch.85, PEt.III, Scc.l)
Sec. 1 (1921, Ch.85, Pt.III, Sec.1)


: NIGHT WORK
:Prohibited between 7 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. for minors uneer 16 in a.ny gain-
ful occupation, except in domestic service or farm "iorl:.
:Night messenger service prohibited between 10 p.m. an. 5 a.n. for minors
under 13.

:Night work of minors unO.er 19 and of all females in manual or 'iechannical
* labor, with certain exemptions, is limiteL to S hours a Ei-y and 49
hours a vweek.
:(!Tight work is defined as '!ork for more than 2 hours a ",ee!. 'between
: p.m. and 6 a..n.)
:STREET TRADES
:IHiniiuuni age: Boys 10, '--irls 16.
:Badge system: No -provision.
:Yight work -rohibited betuieen 7 P."-. and 6:30 a.rm. e-:ce,_t t at boys 12
or over may C.eliver ne.spaepers between 4 p.m. -nd n 6.. -n. boys
14 or over after 5 a.>I.
:Law applies to entire Stnte.
:HAZARDOUS OCCUPAT1I.0S Pj iIZITD
:No provision prohibition employment of minors in hazardous occupations,
: and no State aLenc'- authorized to declare occupations hazardous and
and prohibit ermploy ment therein.
:STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EM PLOYED MINORS U,-DER THE "IORICMEWI' S COI Pj]TSATION ACT
:'iinors illegally crploac'L are covered by the compensation act cnd double
* compensation is oroviC.ed in case of injury to minors unC.er 18 so em-
: i6loyed.
:7ULL-TIIIE SCHOOL Ak2_IDA!.-C
:Re 'uired of chilr bet'reen S and 16 for the entire session, e-:cept:
:Child 14 Who has com oleted. the elementary school course;
:Child physically er mentally incapacitated;






CHILD LAJ:O LA..S
IWET .-.PS IITI-


~P0I: _pOV sIO1


Se. 191, Ch85 P.I SOL.'..or )
Sec. 4 (1921, Ch.85, Pt.III, Sec.3)


Sec. 5. (1921, Ch.85, Pt.III, Sec.3)


:Child 14 and e::cuic, floor such period as seems best for the interest of
S the child on tVic .:round. that his wolf$rc -7ill be be-t rei',,ed by '7ith-
S &-rr'oal front school;
:Child excused to receive private instruction in music.
CONTI NUTAT 0II: SCHOOL .'.Y._l'D!CE
:No provision.




MW JERSEY


P-OVT TI qN.


Revised Statutes
1934
Vol. II. Title 34
Sec. 34:2-2


Sec. 34:2-2

Vol. I, Title 18
Bec. 18:a4-32

Vol. II. Title 34
Sec. 34:2-2

TvL. I, Title 18
Sec. 18:14-21
Sec. 18:14-14

Vol. II. Title 34
Sec, 34:2-12
Vol. I. Title 18
Sec. 1I:14-23
Vol. II, Title 34
Sec. 34:2-10


Sec.. 34:2-10

Sec. 34:2-2-


Laws

:MINIMrJI. AGE
'1923, Ch.0gO, Sec.l and4, anany employment, other than agricultural pursuits, during
1918, Ch.204, Secs. 2 : school hours.
and 6)
(1914, Ch.223, Sec.13) :La'v permits issuance of "age and working certificates" to child
:1 ren between 10 and 16 years of age

(1914, Ch.223, Sec.13) :to engage in certain light outdoor employment outside school
hours, including running errands and selling papers.
.:XEPLOYl.2NT CERTIFI CATES
(1919, Ch.37, Sec.l) :Regular certificates: Required for minors between 14 and 16 for
any emnDloynent except agricultural pursuits.


(1914,
(1921,


Ch.225, Sec.7)
Ch.307, Sec.l)


(1923, Ch.8S, Secsl,4)

(1914, Ch.223, Sec. 9)

(1919, Ch. 37, Sec.l)


(1919, Ch.37, Sec.l)
(1911; '-"3* u .r1l)
(1911, h.363, Sec.l)


9534


:Physican's certificate of physical fitness required.
Completion cf ?th grade for chiLd 14 years of age, and of 6th
grade for child 15 is required.

:Age Certificates: ICsuOd upon request for rinor 16 and over.

:Issued by: Local public school officials.
:EOUIS
:8-hour day, 4g-hour we-ek, 6-day week for minors under 16 in all
occupations for which a minimiua age of 14 is fixed.
: IIHT G 0Ox
:Prohibited betl7een 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. for minors under 16 in all
:: occupations for whichh a minimum age of 14 is fized.
:Night messenger service prohibited between 10p.m. and 5 arm. with
exemptions for minors under 21 in cities of 1st class, and for
minors under 1S in municipalities other than cities of the 1st
class.
STREET TRADES
:See provision for "age and working certificates" under"minimum
a&e, above.


.. .. ..URCESWI V





CHILD LA3OR LAWS

1fEW JERSEY


Secs. 34:2-

Sec. 34:6-
Sec. 34:2-




Sec. 3:15



Sec. 34:15
w


Sec. 34;i5

Vol. I.-,Tit
Sec. 13:i4-
Sec. 18s:14-
Sec. 18i 14-

Sec. 18i:l4-

Sec. 18:l1-


Sec. 18:;5-


S'J'JRC ES P______ ISIONS___________________
:HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIOuIS PROHIBITED
4*.5 (1918, Ch.204,.Sec,5 and:Uhdit 16 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.
(1933,Ch..265, Sec.2).
.85 (1919, Ch. 137, Sec.25) :Under 18 underground in mines.
-5 (1933, Ch. 2o5, Sec.2) :Under 18 in occupations or trade processes 'vhich in the judgement
S: of the State. Commissioner of Labor shall be a menace to the
: physical safety or harmful to health or future working effic-
: iency of such minors.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY E1P2LOYED ..;IIJORS USDZR THE "W'QZO'1 S CO.Z.
STATION N ACT
-lO0 (1924, Ch.159, Sec. 1) :Minors illegally employed are covered by the compensation act and
double compensation is provided in case of injury to child under
S: i4 employed in violation of the labor la'7 and to child between
: l4 and 16 employed withoutt an employment certificate cr a. a
prohibited occupation.
-10 (1924, Ch.159, Sec.l) :In additio-i the law reserved to a minor under 16 the right to sue
: : his e'sployc.r for any injury due to the employer's negligence, i.
le 1 : FULL-TIt2 SCHOOL ATTEIiDANCE
14 (1931, Ch.307, Sec. 1) :Required of child between 7 and 16 for the entire session,except:
l4 (1931, Ch.307, Sec. i) : Child 14 and employed;
14 (1931, Ch.307, Sec.l) : Child physically or mentally incapacitated.
:COI;TIiUATO&.: SCHOOL ATTEfDANCE
15 (1931, Ch.307, Sec.l) :Required of ciild between 14 and 16 regularly and la-rffull:;- employ-
: ed on certificate,for 6 hours a week for 36 woeks a year; and
15 (1931, Ch.307, See.L) -of child between- 14 -and 16 temporarily unemployed, for 20 hours
: per week. Hours of attendance must be regular on school days
b-etween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
65 (1919, Ch.152,Sec.2) :Establishment of continuation school required in any school dis-
: trict having 20 employed children between 14 and 16 to whom
: certificates have been issued.


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CHILD LABOR LA37S
NEW MEXICO


a*
SOURCES :PPiOVISIONS
Str.tutes Annotated. Laws


1929 Compilation
Ch. 80
Sec. 106

Sec. 107

Sec. 106
Sec. 109

Sec. 113


(1925,

(1925,

(1925,
(1925,

(1925,


(1925,

(1925,

(1929,

(1925,


(1925,

(1925,

(1925,

(1925,



(1925,
(1925,


Ch.

Ch.

Ch.
Ch.

Ch.


Ch.

Ch.

Ch.

Ch.


Ch.

Ch.

Ch.

Ch.



Ch.
Ch.


79, Sec. 1)

79, Sec. 2)

79, ':ec. 1)
79, Sec. 4)

7 .ec. G)


79, Sec. 8)

79, Sec. 3)

79, Sec. 4)

79, Sec. 3)


79, Sec. 3)

79, sec. 4.)

79, Sec. 7)

79, Sec. 7)



79, sec. 5)
79, Fec. 6)


: MINIISUIMA AGE
: 14, in any gainful occupation during school hours.
:.PLOYHiENT CERTIFICATES
Regular certificates: Required for child between l4 arid. 16
in any .;,ainful occupation during school hours, and
: for child un-ler 14 at all times, except:
A child .iorkin:, for his parent or guardian on premises owned
or occup-cied by him.
: Certificate of )'rsical fitness nay be required by issui;- of-
ficer. i-o .'.:rae or educational requirement.
Age certificates: 1-o provision
: Issued b.: Local public school officials.
HOURS
Sg-hour cly, 4-.hour 'reek for child under 16 in any gainaful oc-
cupation, except:
Child vroriin-: for his parent or -,uardian on premises or land
: o'ned or occupied by him.
W ork per-Aitted up to 4g hours a ',eek under special circunstan-
: ces to be ;eter.,ined by the issuing officer.
: iTICHT 702Z
: Prohibited between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. for child under 16 in any
gainful occtwpation, except:
SChild '7orkin1 For his parent or guardian on premises or land
owned or occupated by him.
: Night messenger service prohibited between 8 p.mra. Enid 7 a.mn.
Sfor boy unc-er 16.
(Messenger -rori: entirely prohibited to girl under 21).
STREET TRADES
SNo specific provision.
:HAZAPLDOUS OCCUPATIOITS PROHIBITED
: Under 16 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations.
: Under 18 in any nine or quarry underground or any place where
exolosives are used.


1r1
- to


Sec.

Sec.

Sec.

Sec.


Sec.

Sec.

Sec.

Sec.



Sec.
Sec.


113



log
109





108





112
112


110

110
lII






CHILD LA30O. LAWUS
NEW ;,EXIJCO
(ContimiecL)


SOURCES_____________


Ch. 156
Sec. 1.04


Sec. 104
Oh. 12O
Sec. 1203


Sec.
Sec.


1205
1203


Sec. 120.4

Sec. 1206


Sec. 1205


Sec. 1208


(1929, Ch.


(1929, Ch.

(1923, Ch.

(1923, Ch.
(1923, Ch.

(1923, Ch.

(1923, Ch.


(1923, Ch.


(1923, Ch.


113, F'ec.

11, C"c.

l4S!, ,ec.
114S, Sec.
l!T8, Sec.

l4s, Sec.




l41, Cec.
14z, :.ec.
Jl 19 . e c ,


: ___________PROVI SI ONS S______
No State agency authorized to declare occupations t-.zcr.ouu, but
issuing officer has implied authority to refuse to issue oer-
mits for hazar.oiis work.
STATUS OF ILL7GLLLU r 2iLOYED UJ'Ct_!S 'J. DER THE ;.;Oa:, :I S CO, -
F:JRSATION ACT
4) : inor- l4 yerrc o_7 .-"c and over illegall," employed -re covered
by the :'ct anIO. receive: the same compensation as if .ejlly
employed.
4) : Act -Iocs not a-:cr y to children un'er l1h.
FULL-TI iXi SCIIOOL A _'i', D.AiCE
1203) Required of c',il-. bc-'een 6 n.nd i16 (ir.clucive) for ':. ertire
torm,
1203) except: Child who is ovhysically or mentally unfit or incoioetent;
1203) Child rho resi('es -ore th n-three miles from public sc'.ool -nd
for ,whor; no free transportation is furnished;
12O4): Child 14 to ',o:' rxn e?-mloyment certificate has been issuec..
COi'TINUATIOV SCHOOL ATTENIDANCE
1206) Required of chil'. between l4 and 16 to whom or'rmlo'ment certificate
has been i--..er,. for 5 hours a -'eek and. not less thr'n ]150
Hours poer o.'r between n S a.m. and 6 p.m.
1205) Continuation sc':ools inst be established by districts in .:,:ich
there hr.ve bcO:i isrsued 15 employment certificates to children
bet,7een 14 r'n- 16
1208): unless district is released from establishment by St.rte superin-
tenient of publicc instruction.


SOURCES










in35 Supplement
32', Sec. 130


1930 Edition
Ch. 32, Sec. 131

Ch. 32, Sec.130

1931-35 aapolement
Ch. 32, Sec. 131


1930 Edition
Ch.32, Sec. 131

Ch.32, Sec. 131
1931-35 Suoplement
COh. 32, Sec. 145.


Ch.32, Sec. 144


Oh.15, Sec. 631
1930 Edition
OCh.32, Sees.170
& 190.


(1935,Ch.43, Sec.ll): BFFECTIVE SEPT. 1936: 16 in any business or service except:
child 14 lawfully employed. April 24, 1935 or high school
graduate; child. 14 or over in vacation and outside school
hours; ohild 15 found incapable of profiting by further in-
struction;

(1928, Ch.725, Sec.2) child 12 or over outside school hours in farm service or out-
door work for parent.
(192S, Ch.725, Sec.1):PBRSEiT LAW: 14 in any business or serivce except child 12 or
over outside school hours on farm or outdoor work for parent.
:Ei0LOYYiZNT CERT I-ICA-ES: BGUL. CERTIFIC'GTES: EF'CTIVE SEPT.
(1935, Oh.438, Sec.' L)1936: Reaquired of child between 16 and 18 during school hours
11) : and between' 14 and 18 outside school hours in any emploirment


(1928,

(1928,


except

Ch.725, Sec.2):chil 12 or over ouside school hours in farm service or outdoor
: work for parent;
Ch.725, Sec.2): child 16:or over on farm.


(1935, Ch.438) :Certificate of physical fitness retired, No grade requirement;
minimum age for work-during sohooi hours is 16. (Present.Law
requires certificate only to 17,)
(1935, Ch.438) Age Certificates: Effective Sept. 1936: Issued on request to
: minor 18 years of age or over,. (Now issued on request to minor
: 17 or over.)
(1935, ch.438) it Issued by: Local public school officials.
:HOURS
(1925, Ch.622, Sec.l):8-hour day, 44-hour week 6d&a*6ek, for' child" =ader 16 in any
factory or cannery, or in mercantile establishments_ business
telegraph offices,restuaurants, hotels, apartment houses, theater(
: other place of atusement,bowling alleys, barber or shoe-shining






CHILD LADOR LAWS
"4 NEW YORK


_SOURCES :_....PilOVISIONS
Iqlq1_- Siupplement:


Ci. 32, Secs. 171 (1935,
& iU :a


Oh. 107)


32, s172 (1935, Oh. 106)

32, sec. 182' (1934, Oh. 740, Sec. l)

Edition
32, Sec. 183 (1921, Ch.50, Sec.183)


32, eo...170 *(1925, Ch. 622, Sec. 1)


Sec. 180


(1925, Ch. 622, Sec. 1)


(1935, Oh. 107)


(1934, Ch. 741, Sec. 1)


-hour day,. 49-iiour week. 6-day week, for boys between 16 and
18 in any factory (except canneries June 15 to October 15)
: or in mercantile establishments or in distributing or trans-
: mitting merchandise or articles, with exemptions:
9-hour day. 49-hour 7eek. 6-day week, for .girls 16 and.over in
factories, or in mercantile establishments, with exemptions;
9-hour day. 54-hour week, .6-day week, for girls 16 and over in
any rest-ura-nt in cities of 50,000 or more, with exemptions;

9-hour day. 54-hour aeek, -day week, in the operation of
Elevators for girls I1 and over.
NIGHT WORK
Prohibited between 5 p.m. and S a.m. for child under 16 in any
* factory or caneriry, and between
6 p.m. and 9 a.n. in the mercantile and other establishments and
occu.paticns for which an S-hour day and 4m1= reek is fixed.

Prohibited between 12 midnight and 6 a.m. for boys between 16
and 18 in the establishments and occupations for T'hich an
9 -hour day nd 4S-hour week is fixed for boys of tis age.
Night messenger-service prohibited between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.


Sec. 195


21.) Pro-






CHILD LAOR LAWS
NEW YOBK
(Cont inued)


PROVISIONS


1936 Edition
Ch. 32, Sec. 183


Ch. 15, Sec. 639
Ch. 15, Sec. 638

1931-35 Suppolement
Ch. 15, Sec. 632
1930 Edition
Ch. 15, Sec. 638



Ch. 32, Sec. 146


- OCh. 66, Sec. l4-a


1931-35 Su.pplement
C1i. 15, Sec. 621

Ch. 15, Sec. 621
Ch. 15, Sec. 621
1930 Edition
CIh. 15, Sec. 624


(1921, Ch. 50, Sec. 183)


(1928, Ch. 646, Sec. I)
(1928, Ch. 646, Sec, I)


(1935, Oh. 438


: between 10 p.v. nnc'. 7 a.m. for females 18 and over in the op-
errtion of elevators, with exemptions.
: STREET TRADES: iI7I:.UI. AGE
: Boy 12, girl 18. Bz.e required for boys between 12 and 17.
SWork prohibited for boyrs unifer 17 between 7 p.m. and 6 a.n,, or
during school hours unless boy is

14 ,nd has enploy3-ient certificate.


(1928, Ch. 646, Sec. 1) : Law apDlies to any city of 20,000 or over and school authorities
in such cities have power to regulate further the 7ork of
boys unrler 18.
: HAZARDOUS OCCUTATIO0S PROHIBITED
(1921, Ch. 50, Sec. 146 : Under 16 in comprehensive list of hazardous occupations; under
and i934, Ch. 146, Sec.l) 18 in a li.iitecL list of hazardous occupations; un:er 18 in
occupations -'ecar.red hazardous by the Industria1 Bo-.r:L,
STATUS OF II=.GArLY ELO-'ED :IlcORS t -fR TIE 70JC.: LIS CO.'
PEi'SATION ACT:
(i923, Ch. 572, Cec. 1) : Iinors illeglly employed are covered by the compensation act
and double compensation is provided if such minor is unc"er
18 years of a;,:e.
: FULL-TI.E SCHOOL AT'_EITDAPCE
(1935, Ch. 438) : Required of chlild betWeen 7 and 16 for entire session, not to
S be less thcan iO c100 s, except:
(1935, Ch. 43S) : high school Tracu.te;
(1935, Ch. 438 : child 14 or over lawfully employed on employment certificate;


: child physicall:- or mentally incapacitated.


SOURCES


(1928, Ch. 646, Sec. 1)











'O URCES P..: :VISIONS
ement. :, .CO.TINUATIOI SC!iOOL ATT ANC
:22 -(1935, h 438 : 592) Required of minor 1xtween l4 and 17, (between 16 and 17, after
: : Sept. 1936,) employed or not attending full time school, in
S cities of 20,000 or more and in school districts having' 200
S. :. or more employed minors under 17, except: high-school
S graduate; rainors physically or mentally incapacitated.
322 (1934, Ch. 63S, Sec. 1) : Attendance required for-not less than 4 or more than. S hours per
week (20 if temporarily unemployed) between S a.m* and 5 p.m.
: ; (on Saturdays betueenS a.m. and 12 noon).

501 (1924, Ch. 524, Sec. 1): Continue n school mast be established in cities and school
: districts in .lhich attendance is required as above specified.
01, (1924,. ch.' 524, Sec.l,): Other places n.ay establish such schools -and may require attend-
*ance. -


i, Sec.


sec.


^, .. ^, i. ^


J


*. ^




WV.
'-'I
-r


SOURCES


Coae of 1935
4nnotated
Ch. 90
Sec. 5052

Sec. 1032








Sec. 5034





Sec. 5031



Sec. 5034





Sec. 5033


PROVISIONS


Laws


(1924, Ch. 74)

(1924, Oh. 74)








(1924, Ch. 74)





(1931, Ch. 312, Sec.
1,4) .


(1924, Ch. 74)





(1931, Ch. 125 and
Ch. 391)


:1i iI1 ,TJ1.U AGE
:4, in any mill, factory, cannery, workshop or manufacturing
: establishment.
:14, in any laundry, bakery, mercantile establishment, office,
: hotel, restaurant, barber shown, bootblack stand, Dublic
Stable, garage, lace of aiusement, brick yard, lumber
: yard, in messenger or delivery service, public works or
:Ain any form if stre t trades, except under regulations
Sorescribed by the De-oartynent of Labor. (These regulations
permit emnlo-rvment of boys between 12 and l4 outside school
Hours in these occupations.)
:EPLOiT7.1T7 CETIFICATES
:Regular certificates: Reouired for employment of child under
: 16 in above occupations. Physician's certificate of physical
: fitness required unless child has within 6 months had a phys-
: ical examination by an authorized medical officer. No educa-
: tional requirement, but regulations require record of grade
: completed.
:Certificates nriust be issued under conditions prescribed by the
Department of Labor.
Age Certificates: In -practice, issued on request to establish
Sage of minor 16 or over.
:Issued by: Certificate must be issued by such persons as the
SState Deoartment of Labor shall prescribe. The county surer-
Sintendent of public welfaree or, if none, the county sunorin-
tendent of schools is designated by the Department of Labor
Sas its authorized agent in that county.
:HOURS
:9-hour day, 4g-hour week, and 6-day week for child under 16 in
: occupations, enumerated under "minimum age" above, except that
: the 3-hour day does not apuly to boy between l4 and 16 who is
: the sole su-oort of himself or mother and for whom an 8-hour
: day job cannot be found.


.I0.TJJ LAjOUt iLAK
AORTH CAROLIIA


.... '" . .. ... .. . .......".. .






CHIL LABOR LkWS
NORTH CAROLINA


SOURCES
Ch. 10g
Sec. 6554 (1935,


S........ PROVISIONS


, Ch. 4o6)


Sec. 6554(a)


Ch. 90
Sec. 5033


Sec. 5033(a)


(1931,
391)
(1931,


Ch. 125 and


Ch. 112)


:.1-hour day, 55-hour week for girls 16 and over and women in
factories, laundries, drycleaning establishment, pressing.
Sclul, workshop, manufacturing establishment, or mill.
Seasonal industries in the processes of preserving Derish-
able commodities, and agricultural work exempted.
:10-hour day, 55-hour week for women in stores or public eating
Spaces. Certain office workers and all workers in establish-
ments with less than 3 employees, exempted. (Previous to
: 1935 this provision applied only in towns of over 5,000)
:NIGHT WORK
:Prohibited between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for child under 16 in
: occupations, enumerated under "minimum age", above.
:Prohibited between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. for girl between 16 and
1. in any mill, factory, cannery, or manufacturing establish-


Regulation of Department of Labor. See
note to naragraoh "Minimum Age".
Sec. 5033 (1931, Ch. 125 and
391)


Boy 12. Girl 16.
dfor boy between 12 anad I.
hibited between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. for boy under
more than g hours a day, 48 hours a week, except
i l4 and 16 may distribute newspapers, magazines,
.cals on fixed routes, but not between g p.m. anc
.the hours at -ork and in school shall not exceed


(1935, Ch. 407)




. .. .. . :. .
%0
Oq
'jJ


Sec. 5031 and
Sec. 5034

Ch. 133A
Sec. 3081 (r)

Ch. 95
Sec. 5757


SOURCES
(1931, Ch. 312, Sec.
and 1924, Ch. 74)


(1933, Ch. 449)


(1925, Ch. 226)


CHILD LABOR LAWS
NORTH CAROLINA


:_________-"PROVISIONS
l4 :All employment certificates must be issued subject to condi-
tions prescribed by the Department of Labor.
:STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EMPLOYED MINORS UNDER THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSA-
M :TION ACT:
S:Minors illegally employed are covered by the Comuensation Act and
: receive the same compensation as if legally errployed.
:FULL-TIME- SCHOOL ATTE1.DAICE
:Required of child bet-een 7 and 14 years of age for entire ses-
S: sion, exce-t: Child excused teroorarily because of sickness,
: distance of residence from school, or other unavoidable cause
: 17hich does not constitute truancy, (State Board of Education
: is authorized to define truancy, -orescribe legitimate excuses
: for nonattendance due to physical or mental inability to attend
: and determine for -,h!,t conditions nurils may be excused for
: non-attendance due to demands of farm and home in certain
seasons.)*
COITT IIJATIOJI SCHdOOL ATTEKDAECE
::io provision.






CHILD LABOR LA2.S
NORTH DAKOTA


SOURCES :PROVISIONS
Compiled Laws of Laws :


1913
Vol. I, Ch. 12, Art.


Sec. 1404

Sec. 14o40


(1911,
291)
(lqll.
(1911,
291)


Ch. 266,

Ch. 266,


Sec.

Sec.


:IIINIiUM AGE
:14, in any business or service whatever during school hours.

:14, at any time in any factory, -orkshon, mercantile estab-
lishment, store business office, telegranh office, res-
taurant, hotel, apartment house, or in the distribution
or transmission of merchandise or messages.


1925 Supplerment
Ch. 12, Art. 22
Sec. 1405 (1


Sec. 1407 (1


Sec. l4o6 (1

Sec. 1410 (1


Sec. l4l0 (1



Compiled Laws. 1913.
Vol. I. Ch. 12. Art. 22
Sec. 1412 (1
2


923, Ch. 155,


923, Ch. 155,


923, Ch. 155,

923, Ch. 155,


923,


Ch. 155,


:E.WLOYMNT CERTIFICATES
Sec.2):Regular certificates: Required for child between 14 and 16
S in any factory, 'rorkshoo, mercantile establishment. No
: Dhysician's certificate of physical fitness required.
Sec.4) :Completion of 9th grade or school attendance for at least 9
: years required.
:Age certificates: No iDrovision.
Sec.3):Issued by: Local public school officials.
:HOURS
Sec.3) :-hour day, 48-hour week and 6-day week for child under 16 in
: any occupation except domestic service and farm labor.
:NIGHT WORK
Sec.8):Prohibited between 7 pmm. and 7 a.m. for any child under 16 in
: any occupation except domestic service and farm labor.
: STREET TRACES
::No provision.


1
I^


:HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
911, Ch. 266, Sec. :Under 16 in a limited number of hazardous occupations.
99)
:No provision prohibiting employment under 1iS in hazardous oc-
S cupations.


m I





JIUz.l f.l JAAU'JTA


SOURCES


1925 Supolement
Ch. 5, Sec. 396b2


Ch. 12, Sec. 1412a2





Ch. 5, Sec. 396a2


Ch. 5, Sec. 396a9


Ch. 12, Sec. 1342


Ch.
Ch.


12,
12,


Sec.
Sec.


1342
1342


Ch. 12, Sec. 1342

Ch. 12, Sec. 1342
Ch. 12, Sec. 1342


(1919, Ch. 174,


(1923,
112)


Ch. 155,


(1925, Ch.


(1919,
9)


222)


Ch. 162,


(1917, Ch.


(1917,
(1917,


206)


Ch. 206)
Ch. 206)


(1917, Ch.


(1917,
(1917,


206)


Oh. 206)
Ch. 206)


PROVISIONS


Sec.2) :Workmnen's Comoe station Bureau, whichh enforces the minimum wage
law, has power to fix "standard conditions of labor" for
women and for minors under S13 in any occupation.
Sec :State Board of Administration is authorized to fix standard
conditions of labor for minors and to -rohibit their
employment in any hazardous occupations (minor defined
as boy under 21, girl under 1i).
:STATUS OF ILLEGALLY E!TPLOYED !IiIORS U'UDER TiE 0ORrETN'S COM-
:PEISAT I O'J ACT
minorsrs illegally. erroloy6ed are covered by the compensation act
and comoencation is payable the sime as if legally
emprloyed;
Sec. :in addition law specifically permits employer to be sued for
damages in such cases.
:FJLL-TII!E SCHOOL ATEND'JCE
:Re'Auired of child between 7 and 17 during the entire session,
except:
:Child who has completed the gth grade;
:C'ild who is actually necessary to the suppDort of the family,
as determined by the school board ':.-,ith the aT.oroval of
the county superintendent, subject to appeal;
:Child living more than 6 miles from nearest school unless
transportation is provided;
:Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
:Child who is sent for a period not exceeding 6 months (in one
or more years) to any parochial school to prepare child
for religious duties.
:PART-TUIE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
:No provision.







CHILD LABOR LA7S
0HI0


SOURCES
Throckmorton's Code
(Bald"'in' s Revision)
13Part 2nd. Title V. h.
Part 2ndi. Title V. Ch. 4


Soc. 7765


PROVISIONS


La-n7


(1925, -o. 63, Sec. 1)


Part 4th. Title I. Ch. 11
Sec. 12993 (1925, D. 63, Sec. 1)


Part
Sec.


2nd, Title
7765-2


Sec. 7766-4


Sec.
Sec.


776R-3
7766-10


V, Ch.
(1921,


:IINII.7J7 AC-2:
:16,
:in any occupation during school hours exceptt child -ho is a
S high school graduate);
:16,


:in


376, Sec. 1)


(1925, p. 63, Sec. 1)


(1925,
(1925,


1. 63, Sec. 3)
p. 65, Soc. 3)


any mill, factory, norkshot., cil 'ell or pumping station,
cannery, bottling or preserving establishment, mercantile
or mechanical establishment, tenement house, garment making
or dressmaking or millinery establishment or '-orkroom, store,
office, office building, laboratory, restaurant, hotel, board-
ing or auarti.ient house, bakery, barber shop, boot-black stand
or establishment, public stable, garage, laundry, clubs, or
as a driver or chauffeur, or in any coal yard, or brick,
lumber or building natrair-.s yard, or in the construction of
re-oair of buildings, or in the transp-ortation of merchandise,
except:

Child employed in "irregular service" outside school hours
(such -ork must not be for more than 4 hours a day or 24
hours a week, must not involve confinement, and mast be
interrupted by rest or recreation periods);
Child adjudged incapable of profiting by further school
instruction (but such child cannot be employed under 14
in the previously listed occupations except in "irregular
service," as -revlously defined);
Child who is a high school graduate;
Child 14 in vacation and outside school hours.




tj ... .. .


SOURCES. -


Sec.
Sec.

Sec.
Sec.

Sec.
Part


7765
7766-10

7766-1
7766

7766
4th. Title


Sec. 12996


Sec. 12996

Sec. 12996

Sec. 12993



Sec. 12996

Sec. 12996

Sec. 12996-1

Sec. 12993



Secs. 13001
& 13002


(1925,
(1925,

(1921,
(1921,

(1921,
I, Cn.
(191 .,


p. 63, Sec. 1)
p. 6.3, Sec. 3)


p. 376,
P. 376,


Sec.
Sec.


376, Sec. 1)

532, Sec. 1)


(1919, p. 532, Sec. 1)

(1919, p. 532, Sec. l)


(1925, p,


63, See. 1)


(1919, p. 532, Sec. 1)

(1919, p. 532, Sec. 1)

(1913, p. S664, Sec. 1)

(1925, p. 63, Sec. 1)



(1913, p. 864, Sec. 1)


: PROVISIONS
EMPLOYMENTT CERTIFICATES: Regular certificates:
:Required for child between 16 and 18 during school hours and
:for child between 14 and 18, outside school hours, in above
occupations.
:Phvsician's certificate of physical fitness required.
:ComnDletion of 7th grade required for employment during school
hours.
:Issued by: Local public school officials.
:HOURS:
:9-hour day, 14-hour r'eek, 6-day ',eek in above occupations for
boys under 16 and girls uns.er I3;
:10-hour day, 54-hour week, 6-.day week for boys between 16 and
1E in above occupations;
:9-hour.day exceptt 10-hour Saturday in stores), 50-hour week,
6-day week for girls between 13 and 21 in above occupations;
:9-hour day for school and '7urk combined for chili under 16,
S and 4-hour day for child. under l1 em-oloyed outside school
hours
:fIGHT tOPK:
rFrohibited in above occupations between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. for boys
under 16 and girls under 18;
:between 10 u.m. and 6 a.m. for bcys bctreen 16 and lg1, and for
girls between 13 and 21;
:night messenger service prohibited between 9..L.m. and 6 a.m. for
S boys between .16 and 18
:(girls under 21 an-d boys under 16 entirely prohibited).
:STREET TRADES:
:No .-rovision.
:HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED:
:Under 16 in a comprehensive list of hazardous occupations; (see
also prohibition of child under 16 in all employment during
school hours, under "r'inimum Age");


9334





CHILD LABOR LAWS
OHIO


Sec. 13007-3
Sec. 13007-4


SOURCES
(1913, p. 364, Sec. 1)
(1913, p. 364, Sec. l)


Part 1st. Title IV. Ch.. 350


Sec. 1465- (19
61, 2;
Part 2nd, Title V,
Ch. 4
Sec. 7763 (19


Sec. 7763
Sec. 7764-2
Sec. 7763
Sac. 7763

Sec. 7762


Sec. 7762-5
Ch.
Sec. 7647-1


Ch. 4
Sec. 7763

Ch. 3
Sec. 7647-1
Ch. .4
Sec. 7762-5


31, P.


26, Sec. 1)


25, n. 63, Sec. 1)


(1925,
(1921,.
(1925,
(1925,


63, Sec. 1)
376, Sec. 1)
63, Sec. 1)
63, Sec. 1)


(1925, -o. 63, Sec. 1)


(1921, p. 376, Sec. 1)

(1921, -. 376, Sec. 1)



(1925, p. 63, Sec. l)


(1921, -0. 376, Sec. 1)

(1921, p. 376, Sec. l)


-. .| .... . 2-


: PROVISIONS1
:under 18 in a fairly comprehensive list of hazardous occupations;
:under 18 in occupations declared hazardous by the State Board of
:H{ealth.
:STATUS OF ILLEGALLY EMPLOYED MINORS UNDER THE 7ORKHEN'S COM-
:PEINSArION ACT:

minorss illegally employed are covered by the compensation act
S and receive the same compensation as if legally employed.
:FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTEUDAi'CE:

:Required of child between 6 and 13 for the entire session. (In
S no case to be less than 32 weeks) except:
:Child employed on certificate;
:Child who is a high-school graduate;
:Child -ohysically or mentally incapacitated;
:Child 14 excused for a limited period to perform necessary work
for parent;
:Child determined incapable of profiting substantially by further
S instrntion.
CONTINUATIOH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE:
:Required of employed minor bet-ieen 16 and 18

:for not less than 4 hours per week while in session and not less
than 144 hours per year between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m on school
days, except:

:Child who would be exempt from full-time school attendance for
causes other than employment.

:Establishment of continuation school not mandatory,

:but if established minor must attend.








. .... SOURCES...


Statutes, 1931
Vol. II, Ch. 52, Art. 2
Sec. 10833 (1929,


Sec. 10839


(1929,


Laws


Ch:; 35, Sec. 1). MINIMUM AGE
: 14, in any factory, workshop, bowling alley, pool hall,
or steam laimLndry.
:ElgLOB7NT CERTIFICATES
Ch. 35, Sec. 5.) Regular certificates: Required for child between 14 and
16.


Vol.


I, Oh. 34, Art. 31


Sec. 7137 (1

Vol. II. Ch. 2. Art. 2


Sec.


10841


Set,. 10936


Sec. 10841

Sec. 10837


Sec. 10833


Sec. 10933

Sec. 10635


919,


Ch. 235, Sec.4):


(13 in places Khere continuation schools are estab-
lishe@ in above occupations.


(1917, Ch. 12, Sec.l): Physician's certificate of physical fitness may be re-
quired by officer issuing certificate. No grade
requirement. _
(1909, Ch- 39, Art. 1): Ability to read and write simple sentences inEnglish,
or attendance at school during previous year is
required. Age certificates: No provision.
(1917, Ch. 132, Sec.l): Issued by: Local public school officials.
HOURS
(1909, Ch. 39, Art 1, S--hour day, 41-hour week for child under 16 in any gain-
Sec. 6) ful occupation except in agriculture or domestic service
:NIGHT WORK u
(1929, Ch. 35, Sec. 2): Prohibited between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. for boy under 16 and
: girl under 18 in occupations specified under "Minimum age"
; STREET TRAES
(1929, Ch-. 35, Sec. 1): Minimum age: Boy or girl 15 for selling on street or any
outdoor Pub) Ic place (by ruling):
(1909', Ch. 39,"Artt.-l,: Girl 16 for seosi`.g newspapers or periodicals in any city,
Sec. 3) : Badge system: None.
: Hours during which work prohibited: No regulation.


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CHILD LABOR LAWS
OKLAHOMA


SOURCES


Sec. 10834

Sec. 10833




Rock Island Coal
89 Okl. 49; 213
Vol. I, Ch. 34
Art. 16
Sec. 7002


Sec.
Sec.


7002
7002


(1909, Ch. 39, Art. 1,
Sec. 2)
(1929, Ch. 35, Sec. 1)




Mining Co. v. Gilliam,
Pac. 833


(1919, Ch. 59, Sec. 1)


(1919,
(1919,


Sec. 7002



Sec. 7197




Sec. 71g4


Ch. 59, Sec. 1)
Ch. 59, Sec. 1)


(1919, Ch. 59, Sec. 1)



(1919, Oh. 235, Sec. 4)




(1919, Ch. 235, Sec. 1)


:--- PROVISIONS _______
:}HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in a limited number of hazardous occupations.

Under 15 in any occupation declared hazardous by the
Commissioner of Labor (a few occupations have been
prohibited under this power .
:STATUS OF ILLEGLLY LOYED IOR UNDER THE EN'S CO-
:PENSATION ACT.
S.*-Minors illegally employed are excluded from the compensation
: act.

:FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Required of child between 3 and 18 for to-thirds of the term
the district schools are in session, except:
Child who is prevented by physical or mental disability;
Child 16 who has completed the 3th grade and is regularly
and lawfully employed;
Child 16 rho has completed the fall course of instruction
provided by the public school for the district in which
he resides.
:CONTINUATION SCHOOL ATTENLAjCE
Required of employed minor between 16 and 18 whenever part-
time or continuation school is established in district
in which minor is employed, for 144 hours per year, except
minor who has completed common school course plus two
years of high school.
Continuation school must be established in district where
20 minors between 16 and 18 are employed.











Title XLIX


-4oi


Sec. 49-413


Sec. 49-405


Vol,


2. Title XXXV


Sec. 35-2204

Sec. 35-2101 (b)
Sec. 35-2101 (a)

Sec. 35-2204
Vol. 3, Title XLIX


Sec.

(See
(See


Sec.
Sec.


49-308


(1911,
-(1911,


Ch.138, Sec 3)
Ch.138, Sec.2)


(1911, Ch,1358, Sec.13)


(1911, Ch,138,Sec6)




1919, Ch.324, Sec, 4)

1929, Ch.67i Sec.l)
1929, Ch. 67, Sec. 1)

(1919, Ch. 324, Sec. 4)

(1913, Ch.62, Sec.ll)


Order of State Welfare Commission)
Order of State Welfare Commission)


49-4o4
49-305

49-415


(1911, Ch. 1358 Sec. 5)
(1913, Oh. 62, Sec. 11)

(1911, Ch.135,Sec. 15)


MINIIvUJi AGE
14, at any work during school term.
14, in any factory, workshop,mercantile establishment, store
business office, restaurant, bakery, hotel or apartment
house;
except child 12 or over during school vacation of more than
2 weeks in non-harmful work, on permit.
EI.MiPOYEIg2T CERTI FB CATES-
Regular certificates: Required for child between 14 and 16 in
any factory, workshop, mercantile establishment, store,
business office, restaurant, bakery, hotel or apartment house
and,

under continuation school law, of child between 14 and l1 in
any occupation.
Physician's certificate of physical fitness may be required,
* Completion of Sth grade required(.by. ruling) for child under 16.
Age certificates: No provision
Issued by: State Welfare Commission orx its agent.
HOURS
8-hour day, 49-hour week, 6-day week for child under 16 in any
occupation.
lO-hour day, 6-day week fur boy under 18 in-any occupation.
9-hour day, 4g-hour week (6-day week for girls under 1l) for all
females in any occupation
NIGHT OK(RK
Prohibited between 6 c.' and 7 a.m. for child under 16,
and after 6 p.m. fo- girl between l6 and 18, in any occupation,

Night messenger service prohibited between 10 p.m. and 5 am.
for boy between 16 and l1.





Ju
4Z CHILD LABOR LAWS
OREGON1


SOURCES


PROVI SI 0N14 S


Sec. 49-308


Sec. 49-4Ol
Sec. 49-417
Sec. ,49-303

Vol. 5. Title XLIX
Sec. 49-302c


Vol. 2. Title GCXXXV
Sec. 35-2204



Vol. 3. Title XLIX
Sec. 49-1828





Vol. 2. Title XXXV


Sec.
Sec.

Sec.
Sec.
Sec.


35-2101
35-2203

35-220o4
35-2210
35-2101
35-2101


(1913, Ch. 62, Sec. 11)


(1911,
(1911,
(1913,


(1921,


Ch.
Oh.
Ch.


138, Sec. 2)
74, Sec. 1)
62, Sec. 4)


Ch. 394,


(1919, Oh. 324,


Sec. 3)


Sec. 4)


(1921, Ch. 311, Sec. 6)


(1929,
(1919,

(1919,
(1919,
(1929,
(1929,


Ch.
OCh.

Oh.
Ch.
Oh.
Ch.


67, Sec. 1)
324, S.ec. 3)

324, Sec. 4)
324, Sec. 10)
67, Sec. 1 )
67, Sec. 1 )


(Messenger work entirely prohibited for boy under 16 and girl
under 18).
STREET TRADES
No provision
HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED
Under 16 in a few hazardous occupations.
Under 18 in a few hazardous occupations.
The State Welfare Commission is authorized to determine "suit-
able conditions of labor" for miners imder 1S, and all females;

as certificate .issuing authority this body or its agent must certi-
fy

that child is physically able to perform intended work; under
these powers a number of occupations have been prohibited for
minors io and under 18.
STATUS OF ILLEGALLY FiPvLOYED MINORS UNDER THE viORKiE1' S COL-
PENSATION ACT
Minors Illegally employed are covered by the compensation act and
receive the same compensation as if legally employed. In ad-
dition, in case of a minor who is injured while employed "under
the age permitted by law" the employer may be requited to pay
into the State Accident Fund 25 percent of the amount of com-
pensation payable, but not to exceed $500.
FULL-TIME SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
required between 8 and 16
(extended to 18 by continuation school law) for entire session,
except
Child 14 who is legally emplQyed;
Child who has completed 8th Grade;
Child physically or mentally incapacitated;
Child between 8 and 10 living further than lI miles and child
over 1@ living more than 3 miles by the nearest traveled road
from a public school and for whom free transportation is not
furnish ed"
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