turer of the goods, shall not be detrimental to the health or morals of those employed.
Among the sections for protection against accidents is one requiring young girls and women during working hours to wear their hair rolled or plaited and fastened securely to their heads, or with a close fitting cap or net, so as to avoid contact with machinery, shafting or belting, or with the material being handled. Some very terrible accidents have been the result of disregard of these precautions.
Children are not allowed to clean any part of the machinery in a factory while it is in motion, and no mill gearing may be cleaned by a youth, young girl or woman while it is in motion. A child or a young girl may not be allowed to work between the fixed and traversing parts of any self-acting machine. Certain classes of machinery are required to be fenced or guarded. Coal oil, benzine, naphtha, gasoline and other explosives and combustibles must be stored in a separate building or in a fireproof compartment. Special provisions are made for the inspection of boilers and for the inspection, fencing and