visions are made for the health and comfort of the employees in factories, shops and offices. Accidents, owing to defective electric wiring or installation, are guarded against by provisions in The Power Commission Jct and regulations made by the Power Commission thereunder require inspection of all installation.
A great deal of trouble has been experienced in finding an effective method of dealing with persons, generally foreigners unacquainted with our laws, who persist in conducting the making and alteration of garments under improper conditions. In order to give the Inspectors stricter supervision over this business, it is provided that in large cities no one shall receive any garment, or any part thereof, or material of which it can be made up or completed, without a permit from the Inspector. These provisions are intended to insure not only that goods manufactured in private houses and other places than factories should not be the means of conveying infection, but that the conditions under which persons employed in such places, even members of the family of the manufac-