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  • PART I ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT
  • TITLE XXI LABOR AND INDUSTRIES
  • CHAPTER 149 LABOR AND INDUSTRIES
  • Section 70 Minors under sixteen as vendors and bootblacks, scavengers or other trade in street or public places; charge for badge for employment

Section 70. No boy or girl under sixteen shall engage or be employed in any of the trades or occupations mentioned in section sixty-nine unless such boy or girl complies with all the provisions of sections seventy-one, seventy-two and seventy-three and with all the legal requirements concerning school attendance, and unless a badge has been issued to such boy or girl by the officer authorized to issue employment permits in the city or town where such boy or girl resides. The charge, if any, for such a badge issued to such boy or girl engaged or employed in the sale of newspapers in a street shall be such sum, not more than twenty-five cents, as shall be determined by the officer issuing the same.