twenty-fourth day of December, a child between twelve and fourteen years of age, and a youth, young girl or woman, may be employed in a shop between the hours of seven o'clock in the morning and ten o'clock in the evening. Special provisions are made to enable time to be made up which has been lost through accident or some other occurrence beyond the control of the employer, and for seasonal industries connected with the gathering and preservation of fruits and vegetables, where women may be employed to a later hour than at other times. A child between twelve and fourteen years of age may not be employed in a canning factory except between seven o'clock in the forenoon and six o'clock in the after-noon, and must not be allowed to work more than eight hours in any one day. Records of the names and other particulars connected with employees are required to be kept and notices of the hours of employment must be posted up in the factory.
In a factory or shop in which persons of any class which is protected are employed, the Inspector may prohibit the eating of