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HB 161, 39th Regular Session
Relating to prohibiting the employment of children under fifteen years of age to labor in certain occupations, prohibiting the employment of children under seventeen years of age to labor in certain occupations, prohibiting the sending of children under seventeen years of age to certain places, limiting the hours of labor for children under fifteen years of age, providing for permits to be issued by the county judge for children between the ages of twelve and fifteen years to labor in certain occupations and under certain conditions, requiring employers employing children between the ages of twelve and fifteen to secure and post permits where child is employed, providing how such permits may be secured, giving the Commissioner of Labor Statistics, or his deputies or inspectors free access to all places where children or minors are employed, providing penalties for violations of the Act.

Author: Dewey Young
Coauthor: Henry B. Dielmann, Sr.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1925, 39th R.S.,ch. 42, General Laws of Texas

Subjects:
CHILD LABOR
Labor--General

House Committee: Labor ()

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