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  • PART I ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT
  • TITLE XXI LABOR AND INDUSTRIES
  • CHAPTER 149 LABOR AND INDUSTRIES
  • Section 142F Violation of statutes and regulations; failure to mark receptacles; removal or defacement of marks

Section 142F. Whoever violates any provision of section one hundred and forty-two A, one hundred and forty-two B or one hundred and forty-two C, or any rule or regulation made under section one hundred and forty-two A, one hundred and forty-two B, one hundred and forty-two C, one hundred and forty-two D and one hundred and forty-two E, and whoever, being charged with the duty of marking any receptacle containing benzol, carbon tetrachloride or other substance which, in the joint opinion of the departments of labor and workforce development and of public health, is so hazardous to health as to warrant regulation, or any material in which benzol, carbon tetrachloride or other substance which, in the opinion of said departments, acting jointly, is so hazardous to health as to warrant regulation, is contained, fails so to mark the same, and whoever wilfully removes or defaces any marking made in accordance with any of said provisions or rules and regulations shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars.