meals in any place in which any manufacturing process is going on, and the Inspector may direct the employer to provide suitable rooms as dining and eating rooms for employees. No person is allowed to take food into any room where paint, varnish, dye, white lead, arsenic or other poisonous sub-stances are exposed or where deleterious fumes, dust or gases are known to be present, and drinking water must not be kept in any open receptacle.
In 1919, special regulations were made with regard to camps in which women and girls were employed for temporary purposes during the summer and harvest seasons. These camps are now maintained under strict supervision and severe penalties are provided for breaches of regulations, designed for the physical and moral well-being of the employees.
The owner of every building used as a factory or office building is required to make due provision for sanitation. Lavatories for the use of the sexes are required to be provided separately and at a suitable distance one from another and to have separate approaches. Very specific and detailed pro-