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plumbing, house drainage and plumbing, ventilation and sanitation, which examination shall be practical as well as theoretical, and if the applicant has shown himself competent, the plumbing board shall cause its chairman and secretary to execute and de liver to the applicant a license authorizing him to do plumbing

in such city. Renewal SEC. 6. All licenses may be renewed by the board at the dates licenses.

of their expiration. Such renewal licenses shall be granted, without a reexamination, upon a written application of the licensee filed with the board and showing that his purposes and conditions remain unchanged, unless it is made to appear by affidavit before the board that the applicant is no longer competent or entitled to such renewal license, in which event the renewal license shall not be granted until the applicant has undergone the examination

hereinbefore required. Revocation. SEC. 7. All licenses shall be good for one year from their dates,

provided that any license may be revoked by the board at any time upon a hearing upon sufficient written, sworn charges filed with the board, showing the holder of the license to be then incompetent or guilty of a willful breach of the rules, regulations, or requirements of the board, or of the laws or ordinances relating thereto, or of other causes sufficient for the revoking of his license, of which charges and hearing the holder of such license

shall have written notice. License

SEC. 8. It shall be unlawful for any person to do any plumbing quired.

in any such city of this State unless he be licensed as herein

provided. Fees.

Sec. 9. The fee for the original license of a journeyman plumber shall be one dollar. All renewal fees shall be fifty cents. All license fees shall be paid, prior to the execution and delivery of the license, to the treasurer of the city for which the license was

issued. Penalty. SEC. 14. Any person violating any provision of this act or of

any lawful ordinances, or rules and regulations, authorized by this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be fined not exceeding fifty nor less than five dollars for each and every violation thereof, and if such persons hold a plumber's license, it may, in the discretion of the board, be forfeited, and he shall not be entitled to another plumber's license for the space of one year after such forfeiture is declared against him by the board.

ACTS OF 1902–3-EXTRA SESSION.

CHAPTER 148.Employment offices.
License

SECTION 130. Any person who hires or contracts with laborers, quired.

male or female, to be employed by persons other than himself, shall be deemed to be a labor agent; and no person shall engage in such business without having first obtained a license therefor. Every person who shall without a license conduct business as a labor agent shall pay a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars.

SEC. 131. Every person who engages in the business of a labor agent shall pay twenty-five dollars for the purpose of transacting said business ; but before any such license shall be issued, the applicant shall produce a certificate from the corporation court of the city, or the circuit court of the county in which such labor agent proposes to have his office, or of the county in which he proposes to do business, that to the personal knowledge of the judge of such court, or from the information of credible witnesses under oath before such court, the court is satisfied that the applicant is a person of good character and honest demeanor.

CHAPTER 156.—Employment of children-Age limit-Night work. Night work. SECTION 1. No child under the age of fourteen years and over

twelve years of age shall be employed in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mining operations in this Commonwealth to work

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between the hours of six o'clock post-meridian and seven o'clock ante-meridian; and no child under the age of twelve years shall be Age limit. employed in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mining operation in this Commonwealth; and any owner, agent, superintendent, overseer, foreman, or manager of any manufacturing, mechanical, or mining operation who shall knowingly employ, or permit to be employed, in the operation of which he is owner, agent, superintendent, overseer, foreman, or manager any child contrary to the provisions of this act, and any parent or guardian who allows or consents to such employment of his child or ward, shall, upon conviction of such offense, be fined not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars. CHAPTER 187.Trade

marks of trade unions.

SECTION 1. Whenever any person, firm, corporation, or any asso- Unlawful to ciation or union of workingmen has heretofore adopted or used, counterfeit. or shall hereafter adopt or use, any label, trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertisement for the purpose of designating, making known, or distinguishing any goods, wares, merchandise, or other product of labor, as having been made, manufactured, produced, prepared, packed or put on sale by such person, firm or corporation, or association or union of workingmen, by a member or members of such association or union, and has filed the same for registry as hereinafter provided, it shall be unlawful to counterfeit or imitate such label, trade-mark, term, design, device or form of advertisement, or to use, sell, offer for sale, or in any way utter or circulate any counterfeit or imitation of any such label, trademark, term, design, device or form of advertisement.

SEC. 2. Whoever counterfeits or imitates any such registered Penalty. label, trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertisement, or knowingly and with intent to deceive, sells, offers for sale, or in any way utters or circulates any counterfeit or imitation of any such registered label, trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertisement, or knowingly and with intent to deceive, keeps or has in his possession, with the intent that the same shall be sold or disposed of, any goods, wares, merchandise, or other product of labor to which, or on which, any such counterfeit or imitation is printed, painted, stamped or impressed, or knowingly and with intent to deceive, knowingly sells or disposes of any goods, wares, merchandise or other product of labor contained in any box, case, can, or package to which, or on which, any such counterfeit or imitation is attached, affixed, printed, painted, stamped or impressed, or knowingly and with intent to deceive, keeps or has in his possession with intent that the same shall be sold or disposed of, any goods, wares, merchandise, or other product of labor in any box, case, can, or package to which, or on which, any such counterfeit or imitation is attached, affixed, printed, painted, stamped or impressed, shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment for not more than three months. All such applications for registry shall be made on forms prescribed by the secretary of the commonwealth, and any person applying to the secretary of the commonwealth for a certificate of registry of any label, trade-mark, term, design, device or form of advertisement, shall furnish to the said secretary a copy, facsimile, or counterpart thereof.

SEC. 3. Every such person, firm, corporation, association or union Label, etc., to that has heretofore adopted or used, or shall hereafter adopt or be filed. use a label, trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertisement, as provided in section one of this act, may file the same for registry in the office of the secretary of the commonwealth by leaving six copies, counterparts, or facsimiles thereof with the said secretary, and by filing [t]herewith a sworn application, specifying (1) the name or names of the person, firm, corporation, association or union, on whose behalf such label, trade-mark, term, design, device or form of advertisement shall be filed; (2), the class of merchandise and the description of the goods to which

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it has been, or is intended to be appropriated, stating that the party so filing, or on whose behalf such label, trade-mark term, design, device, or form of advertisement shall be filed, has a right to use the same; (3), that no other person, firm, association, union, or corporation has the right to such use, either in the identical form or in any such near resemblance thereto as may be calculated to deceive, and (4), that the facsimile[s] or counterparts filed therewith are true and correct. There shall be paid for such filing and registry to the secretary of the commonwealth a fee of two dollars and fifty cents. Said secretary shall deliver to such person, firm, corporation, association, or union so filing, or causing to be filed, any such label, trade-mark, term, design, device. or form of advertisement, so many duly attested certificates of the registry of the same as such person, firm, corporation, association, or union may apply for, for each of which certificates said secte tary shall receive a fee of two dollars and fifty cents. Any surt certificate of registry shall in all suits and prosecutions under this act be sufficient proof of the adoption and registry of such label. trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertisement. Said secretary of the commonwealth shall not record for any persu firm, corporation, union, or association any label, trade-mark. term, design, device, or form of advertisement that would prob ably be mistaken for any label, trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertisement heretofore filed by or on behalf of any other

person, firm, corporation, union or association. False repre

SEC. 4. Any person who shall for himself, or on behalf of any sentations.

other person, firm, corporation, association, or union, procure the filing and registry of any label, trade-mark, term, design, or forin of advertisement in the office of the secretary of the common wealth, under the provisions of this act, by making any false or fraudulent representations or declaration, verbally, or in writing. or by any fraudulent means, shall be liable to pay any damages, sustained in consequence of any such filing, to be recovered by or on behalf of the party injured thereby, in any court having juris diction, and shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred

dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding three months. Enjoining SEC. 5. Every such person, firm, corporation, association, or counterfeits.

union which has adopted and registered a label, trade-mark, terul. design, device, or form of advertisement as aforesaid, may prered by suit to enjoin the manufacture, use, display, or sale of any counterfeits or imitations thereof, and all courts of competent jurisdiction shall grant injunctions to restrain such manufacture, use, display, or sale, as may be by the said court deemed just and reasonable, and shall require the defendants to pay to such person, firm, corporation, association, or union, all profits derived from such wrongful manufacture, use, display, or sale; and such court shall also order that any such counterfeits or imitations in the possession, or under the control of any defendant in such cause be delivered to an officer of the court, or to the complainant, to be

destroyed. Unauthorized SEC. 6. Every person who shall use or display the genuine regis

tered label, trade-mark, term, design, device, or form of advertise ment, of any such person, firm, corporation, association, or union in any manner, not being authorized so to do by such person, firm, corporation, union, or association, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than three months, or by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars. In all cases where such association, or union, is not incorporated, suits under this act may be commenced and prose cuted by an officer, or member of association or union, on behalf

of, and for the use of such association or union. Use of name SEC. 7. Any person, or persons, who shall in any way use the

name or seal of any such person, firm, corporation, association, or union, or officer thereof, in and about the sale of goods, or otherwise, not being authorized to so use the same, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be punishable by imprisonment for not more than three months, or by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars.

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WASHINGTON.

CONSTITUTION.

ARTICLE 2.—Protection of employeesLife and health. SECTION 35. The legislature shall pass necessary laws for the Protective protection of persons working in mines, factories, and other em- laws to be ployments dangerous to life or deleterious to health, and fix pains

passed. and penalties for the enforcement of the same.

CODES AND STATUTES OF 1897.

TITLE 3.—Inspection of mines.

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SECTION 172. The mining bureau shall,

with the ad- Appointment vice and consent of the senate, appoint a State geologist, who shall of geologist. be a person known to be competent; Sec. 179. The State geologist shall, at least once in each year, Inspection of

mines. visit each mining county in the State, and examine as many of the mines in the different counties and mining districts as may be practicable. He shall have power and authority to visit and examine any mine or piece of mining ground, for the purpose of ascertaining the condition of the same in regard to its safety and means of egress from the same, and for this purpose shall have access to all levels, slopes, tunnels, winzes, shafts, and shaft powers of any mine for the purpose of said inspection. SEC. 180. Whenever the mining bureau or the State geologist

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mines. shall receive a formal complaint in writing, signed by five or more persons, employees in a mine, setting forth that the mine in which they are employed is dangerous in any respect, the State geologist shall visit and examine such mine, and if, from such personal examination, he shall ascertain that the facilities for egress are insufficient, or that from want of timbering, scaling, or slacking of the ground in such mine so visited, or from other causes, or that the timber, ladders or ladder ways, pentices or plats, in any such mine are in a dangerous condition, it shall become his duty to notify the owners, lessor, or lessee thereof; such notice to be in Notice. writing, and to be served by copy on any person or persons in the same manner as provided by law for the service of legal notices or process; said notice shall state in what particulars timbers, ladders, ladder ways, pentices, or plats are dangerous, and shall require the necessary changes to be made without delay; and in case of any criminal or civil procedure at law against the party or parties so notified, on account of loss of life or bodily injuries sustained by any employee subsequent to such notice and in consequence of a neglect to obey the State gcologist's requirements, a certified copy of the notice served by the State geologist shall be prima facie evidence of the culpable negligence of the party or parties complained of.

TITLE 13.-Protection of employees as members of the National

Guard.

SECTION 2006. No member of the National Guard shall be dis- Discharge on charged by his employer by reason of the performance of any

account of duties which he may be ordered upon. When any member of the

membership. National Guard is ordered upon duty which takes him from his employment, upon the termination of such duty, if the same shall not continue for a longer period than three months, he may apply to be restored to his position or employment. Any employer, or the officer or other manager of any corporation, having authority to employ, who fails or refuses so to do, or violates any of the provisions of this chapter, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be fined in a sum not exceeding one hundred

dollars, or imprisonment not more than thirty days, or both such fine and imprisonment.

TITLE 18.--Mine regulations. Inspection dis- SECTION 3158. For the purposes of this act, this State shall be tricts.

divided into inspection districts, each district to contain not less than ten nor more than sixty coal mines, each district to be under the supervision of an inspector of coal mines, the manner of whose

appointment shall be as follows: Provided, That there shall be Inspector. appointed but one inspector until sixty coal mines shall be in oper

ation of this State. The governor shall, upon the recommendation of a board, to be by him selected and appointed for the purpose of examining candidates for appointment to the office of mine inspector under the provisions of this act, appoint a properly qualified person or persons to fill the office of inspector of coal mines for this State. The commissions of said inspector or inspectors shall be for the term of four years, and inspectors shall be at all

times subject to removal from office for neglect of duty or malfeaBoard of ex-sance in the discharge of their duties. Said board shall consists aminers. (consist] of one practical coal miner, one owner or operator of a

coal mine, and one mining engineer, all of whom shall be sworn to Qualifica- a faithful discharge of their duties. The said inspectors shall be tions, etc., of citizens of the State of Washington and shall have had at least examiners.

five years' practical experience in coal mining. Such person or per sons so appointed as inspector shall devote their entire time to the duties of the office, and shall possess other qualifications at present defined by the laws of the State of Washington, and not inconsistent with the provisions of this act. Each of such inspectors shall give bond in the sum of two thousand dollars, with sureties to be approved by a judge of a superior court of the county in which be res conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties, and take an oath (or affirmation) to discharge his duties impartially and with fidelity, to the best of his knowledge and ability, The salary of each of such inspectors shall be fifteen hundred dollars per annum, and he shall have in addition thereto his actual mileage paid out for traveling while in the performance of his duties under the provisions of this act, and the auditor of the State is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrant on the State treasurer in favor of each of such inspectors for the amount due them for their salaries quarterly, to be paid out of

any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Term and SEC. 3159. The board of examiners provided for in the next premeetings of ceding section, shall be appointed by the governor and shall hold board.

office for four years. They shall meet immediately after the passage of this act, at the State capital, for the purpose of examining candidates for the office of mine inspector under the provisions of this act, and at such times thereafter when notified by the gore ernor that from any cause the office of mine inspector has or is about to become vacant. They shall receive as compensation five dollars per day while actually and necessarily employed, and fire

cents per mile for distance necessarily traveled. Definition. Sec. 3159a. No coal mine shall be considered a coal mine for the

purpose of enumeration in a district to increase the number of inspectors unless ten men or more are employed at one time in or about the mine, nor shall mines employing less than ten men be subject to the provisions of this act. It shall be the duty of the owner, agent or operator of any mine employing less than ten men in or about said mine to immediately notify the inspector when ten men or more are employed at any one time, said notice to be given within one week. Failure on the part of any owner, agent or operator to comply with this provision shall render the offender liable to a fine of not less than twenty dollars or more than one hundred dollars, with an additional penalty of fire dol

lars per day for each day said notice is neglected to be given. Enforcement. SEC. 3159b. It shall be the duty of the inspector of mines to

enforce the provisions of this act, and of all other acts for the

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