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SB 178, 31st R.S.
Relating to promoting the safety of employes and travelers upon railroads in this State by limiting the hours of service of conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen, making it unlawful for any railroad company or the receiver of any railroad company, or any officer or agent of such railroad company or receiver to require or permit any conductor, engineer, fireman or brakeman, to be or remain on duty for a longer period than sixteen consecutive hours; by imposing a penalty for each violation by any railroad company or receiver of any railroad or any of the officers or agents of such company or receiver for each and every violation of this Act.

Author: Edward Isaiah Kellie

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1909, 31st R.S.,ch. 101, General Laws of Texas

Labor--Health & Safety

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