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" While the general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their health, it does not follow that labor for the same length of time is innocuous when carried... "
H. R. 15651, Eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work: Hearings Before ... - Página 622
por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor - 1908 - 973 páginas
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The Supreme Court Reporter, Volumen18

1899
...general experience of mankind may * justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their...generated by the processes of refining or smelting. We concur In the following observations of the supreme court of Utah in this connection: "The conditions...
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The Supreme Court Reporter, Volumen24

1904
...general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their health, it do?s not follow that labor for the same length of time is innocuous when carried on beneath the surface...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volumen106

1910
...general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their...generated by the processes of refining or smelting." The right to limit the hours of labor generally was not involved in Holden v. Hardy. No such right...
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Transactions, Volumen16

Maryland State Bar Association - 1911
...mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours a day without injury to their health, it does not follow...sunlight and is frequently subjected to foul. atmosphere, a very high temperature and to the influence of noxious gases." The court made the pertinent suggestion...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volumen169

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1898
...general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their...generated by the processes of refining or smelting. We concur in the following observations of the Supreme Court of Utah in this connection in its opinion...
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Bulletin of the Department of Labor, Tema 3

1898
...experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than 8 hours per day without injury to their health, it does...generated by the processes of refining or smelting. We concur in the following observations of the supreme court of Utah in this connection: "The conditions...
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The Law of Combinations Embracing Monopolies, Trusts, and ..., Volumen2

Arthur Jerome Eddy - 1901 - 1540 páginas
...general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their...and is frequently subjected to foul atmosphere and very high temperature, or to the influence of noxious gases, generated by the processes of refining...
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Special Bulletins, Temas5-6

New York (State). Department of Labor - 1903
...person performing the labor is required to work beneath the surface of the earth or in other places where the operative is deprived of fresh air and sunlight and is frequently subjected to foul atmosphere, a very high or low temperature, or to the influence of noxious gases. It may also limit the hours of...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Libro 65

1904
...general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their...generated by the processes of refining or smelting." Continuing, the united States Supreme Court said: "We concur in the following observations of the supreme...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor, Volumen3

New York (State). Department of Labor - 1904
...general experience of mankind may justify us in believing that men may engage in ordinary employments more than eight hours per day without injury to their...the earth, where the operative is deprived of fresh nir and sunlight, and is frequently subjected to foul atmosphere and a very high temperature, or to...
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