General Statutes of Oklahoma, 1908; A Compilation of All the Laws of a General Nature Including the Session Laws of 1907, Annotated to Volume 18 Oklahoma Reports, 96 Pacific Reporter, 76 Kansas Reports and 150 California Reports
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...of the false or deceptive representation, false advertisement and false pretenses used to induce him to change his place of employment, against any companies, corporations, or other employers of labor, directly or indirectly, causing such damages, and, in addition to all actual damages, such workman may have sustained, shall be entitled to recover such reasonable attorney's fees as the jury shall fix, to be taxed as costs in any judgment recovered. (I-1997-centsI"-53-"L 2Took effect August 26, 1908.) ARTICLE VII. PROTECTING LABOR ERS. Sec. Sec. 3826. Scaftoids. etc.. on buildings. 3830. Employer responsible for personal in3827. Close floorings on iron and steel jury. buildings. 3831. Eight hours a day's work. 3828. Counter floors for safety. 3832. Wages. 3829. Penalty. Sec. 3826. Scafiolds, etc., on bui1dings.--That all scaffolds, hoists, cranes, stays, ladders, supports or other mechanical contrivances erected or constructed by any person, firm or corporation in this State, for use in the erection, repairing, alteration, removal or painting of any house, building, bridge, viaduct, steel tank, standpipe, or other structure, shall be erected and constructed in a safe, suitable and proper manner, and shall be so erected and constructed, placed and operated as to give proper and adequate protection to life and limb of any person employed or engaged thereon, or passing under or by the same, and in such manner as to prevent the falling of any material that may be used or deposited thereon. Scaffolding or staging swung or suspended from an overhead support more than twenty feet from the ground or floor shall have, where practicable, a safety rail properly secured and braced, rising at least thirty-four inches above the floor or.
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