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CONTENTS   9

 

 

CHAPTER XII

MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES.

 

Who may receive allowances—When foster mother may receive allowance—Special cases—Administration of Act.

CHAPTER XIII

PROHIBITED AND REGULATED OCCUPATIONS.

 

Employment in mines—Employment where liquor is sold—Factory, Shop and Office Building Act—Hours of employment for women and children in factories and shops—Provisions for comfort and sanitation—Making and altering clothing at home—Safety regulations—Bakeshops—Minimum wage.

CHAPTER XIV

PROTECTION OF CHILDREN.

 

Sale of liquor to minors—Minors under eighteen not to be admitted to pool-rooms, nor to be supplied with tobacco—Attending theatres and cinematographs—Municipal by-laws regulating street trades—Children's Protection Act—Origin of Act—When child deemed to be neglected or dependent—Children's Aid Societies—Children's Shelters—Placing out children—Contributing to delinquency—Employment of children in public entertainment—Inspection of industrial societies and homes.

CHAPTER XV

EDUCATION.

 

Superintendent of Education—Continuation schools—Provincial expenditure for school purposes—Difficulties in administering system—Consolidated Schools Act—Old Adolescent School Attendance Act—Public Libraries Act—Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation Act—Vocational Training Schools—Use of Bible as textbook in schools.


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