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cate approving said fire escape, thereby relieving the *"*** °^ approval.
party or parties to whom such certificate is issued from
the liabilities of fines, damages and imprisonment im-
posed by this act: Provided further, That in counties
where no such fire marshal or fire commissioners exist, county commia-
then the county commissioners in each said county bSSS^of^eSun-
shall be the board of examiners, and shall grant certi- iSu^tiS.^*^^**"
ficates of approval when escapes are erected in ac-
cordance with the requirements of section one of thi«
act.

That section three of said act which reads as fol- section a of act

^ „ _ , . . i . , i , /, . o^ June 11, 1879,

lows: **Every person whose duty it is by the first sec- cited for amend-
tion of this act, to provide and cause to be affixed to
any of said buildings such external fire escape, and
every such school district, shall be liable in an action
for damages, in case of death or personal injury sus-
tained in consequence of fire breaking out in any such
building, and of the absence of such efficient fire es-
cape, and such action may be maintained by any per-
son now authorized by law to sue in other cases of
similar injuries. All persons failing to comply with
the provisions of this act shall be liable to a penalty
not exceeding three hundred dollars (|300), to be col-
lected as fines and forfeitures are now by law collect-
ible," be amended so as to read as follows:

Section 3. That every person, corporation, trustee, Ji*?ompiy'' wu^*^
board of education, and board of school directors, ne- mildemiSH^, *
glecting or refusing to comply with the requirements 5?"mp?iionS'ent"*
of section one of this act, in erecting said fire escape
or escapes shall be liable to a fine not exceeding three
hundred dollars, and «lno be deemed guilty of n misde



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Liability for dam-
ages sustained by
neglect or refusal
to provide proper
Are escapes.



Criminal liability.
Penalty.



By whom such
action may be
maintained.



This act not to
interfere with ap-
proved escapes
now in use.



meaner punishable bj imprisonment for not less than
one month, or more than two months. And in case of
fire occurring in any of said buildings in the. absence
of such fire escape or escapes, approved by certificate
of said oflBcials, the said person or corporation shall be
liable in an action for damages in case of death or per-
sonal injuries sustained in consequence of such fire
breaking out in said building, and shall also be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment
for not less than six months, nor more than twelve
months; and such action for damages may be maintain-
ed by any person now authorized by law to sue as in
other cases of similar injuries: Provided, That nothing
in this act shall interfere with fire escapes now in use
apin-ovod by the proper authorities.

Approved— The 3d day of June, A. D. 1885.

ROBT. E. PATTISON.



FIRE ESCAPE LAW OF 1897.



Setcion 1, act
June 3. 1885. cited
for amendment.



AN ACT

To amend section one of an act approved the third day
of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-five, entitled "An act to amend an act,
entitled *An act to provide for the better security of
life and limb in cases of fire in hotels and other
buildings,' " approved the eleventh day of June,
Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sev-
enty-nine, extending the provisions thereof to build-
ings used in whole or in part for oflBces not of fire-
proof construction.

Section 1. Be it enacted, etc., That section one of
said act, approved the third day of June, Anno Domini
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, which
reads as follows: "That all the following described
buildings within this Commonwealth, to-wit: Every
building used as a seminary, college, academy, hos-
pital, asylum or hotel for the accommodation of the
public, every storehouse, factory, manufactory, or
workshop of any kind, in which employes or operators



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the usually employed at their work in the third or any
higher story, every tenement house or building in
which rooms or floors are usually let to lodgers or fami
lies, every public hall or place of amusement, every
parochial or public school building, when any of such
buildings are three or more stories in height, shall be
provided with a permanent, safe external means of es
cape therefrom, in case of fire, independent of all inter-
nal stairways; the number and location of such escapes
to be governed by the size of the building, and the num-
ber of its inmates, and arranged in such a way as to
make them readily accessible, safe and adequate for
the escape of said inmates. Such escapes to consist of
outside, open, iron stairway of not more than forty-fiye
degrees slant, with steps not less than six inches in
width and twenty-four inches in length. And all of
said buildings capable of accommodating from one
hundred to five hundred or more persons as operatives,
guests or inmates, shall be provided with two such
stairways or more than two stairways, if such be nec-
essary to secure the speedy and safe escape of such in-
mates, in case the internal stairways are cut off by fire
or smoke. And it shall be the duty of the owner or
owners in fee or for life, of every such building, and of
the trustee or trustees of every estate, association, so-
ciety, college, seminary, academy, hospital, or asylum,
owning or using any such building, and of the board
of education or board of school directors having charge
of any such school building, to provide and cause to be
securely affixed outside of every such building such
permanent external unenclosed fire escape: Provided,
That nothing herein contained shall prohibit any per-
son whose duty it is under this act to erect fire escapes,
from selecting and erecting any other and different
device, design or instrument, being a permanent, safe,
external means of escape, subject to the inspection and
approval of the constituted authorities for that pur-
pose,' be amended so as to read as follows:
Section 1. That all the following described buildings Every public

® ^ building to be

within this Commonwealth, to-wit: Every building P^J^'^g*^ ^***^ ^*^®
used as a seminary, college, academy, hospital, asylum,
or hotel for the accommodation of the public, every
storehouse, factory, manufactory or workshop of any
kind in which employes or operatives are usually em-
played at work in the third or any higher story, every



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And buildings
over three fltorles
hlffh.



Number and loca-
tion of such es-
capes.



Description of.



Certain buUdinss
to have two or
more stairways.



Duty of owners,
trustees, etc., to
provide escapes,
etc.



Different devices
may be used, if
approved, etc.



tenement house or other building in which rooms or
floor»are usually let to lodgers or families, every public
hall or place of amusement, every parochial or public
school building, and every building used in whole or in
part for offices, when any of such buildings are three
or more stories in height, except buildings used in
whole or in part for offices which are of fire-proof
construction, shall be provided with a permanent, safe,
external means of escape therefrom in case of fire, in-
dependent of all internal stairways; the number and
location of such escapes to be governed by the size of
the building and the number of its inmates, and ar-
ranged in such a way as to make them readily accessi-
ble, safe and adequate for the escape of said inmates.
Such escapes to consist of outside, open iron stairway
of not more than forty-five degrees slant, with steps
not less than six inches in width and twenty-four
inches in length. And all of said buildings, capable of
accommodating from one hundred to five hundred or
more persons as operatives, guests or inmates, shall be
provided with two such stairways, and more than two
stairways if such be necessary to secure the speedy and
safe escape of said inmates in case the internal stair-
ways are cut off by fire or smoke. And it shall be the
duty of the owner or owners in fee or for life, of every
such building, and of the trustee or trustees of every
estate, association, society, college, seminary, academy,
hospital or asylum, owning or using any such building,
and of the board of education or board of school direc-
tors having charge of any such school building, to pro-
vide and cause to be securely affixed outside of every
such building such permanent external unenclosed fire
escape. Provided, That nothing herein contained
shall prohibit any person whose duty it is under this
act to erect fire escapes from selecting and erecting
any other and different device, design or instrument,
being a permanent, safe, external means of escape, sub-
ject to the inspection and approval of the constituted
authorities for that purpose.
Approved— The 12th day of July, A. D. 1897.

DANIEL H. HASTINGS.



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Number <
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capes.



DescrlptIO



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to have f
more stair



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trustees, <
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may be u
approved.



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FIRST INSPECTION DISTRICT.



James Knight, Jr., Inspector.



Philadelphia, Pa.,
November 1, 1901.
Mr. James Campbell,

Chief Factory Inspector,

Harrisburg, Pa.:
Dear Sir: In accordance with the yearly custom I submit a brief

report of the work done in my district for the year ending October'
31st, 1891. Have given a large number of orders, all of which have
been complied with. Thanking you for your kindness during the
year, I remain,

Yours very truly,

JAME KNIGHT, JR.



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SUMMARY OF INSPECTION AND WORK.



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FACTORY INSPECTIONS.



Number of factory inspections made,
Number of establishments visited, ...
Number of orders issued



As follows:



Fire escape,

£levator8

Guarding machinery,

"Water closets

Sections 2 and 3, ...
Miscellaneous




6

23
54 I
12;
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11
26
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75
56



WORK SHOP INSPECTIONS.



Number of family inspections,

Number of family permits issued

Number of sweat shop orders issued.

As follows:



231 '.

231 I.



217 I



in



Sections 1, 2 and 3




217 21


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BAKE SHOP INSPECTIONS.
Number of bake shop inspections made,




118
2
10




Number of bake shops visited,






Number of bake shop permits Issued,






Number of bake shop orders issued,


33




As follows:

Section 2




1


1


Section 3,




23 1

9 1

1


1


Section 11,


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ACCIDENTS.
Number of fatal,


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9


Number of serious




1 11


Number of less serious


51


Number Investigated,




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MISCELLANEOUS.
Number of illiterate children dismissed,


4

92
12


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f 1


Number of certificates issued,


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Number of complaints investigated,


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588
859
253
201
511
8
127
347
51
815
404
491
524
178
117
211
582
754
979
321
218
377
2
533
152
904
458
393
502
630
508
195
20
42
470
88
45
567
490
5?4



Name of Factory or Workshop.



Adams Daniel

Adams, H. 8.,

Aloott, Ross Scully Co.,

Allen, E.,

Allen, J & B

Allen, S. T., & Co

Allen Dyeing Co.,

Alpha Bicycle Co

Altemus, W. W., & Son, ...
Ameldema Oiless Bearing Co.
American Horse Collar Co., .

American Pipe Co.,

American Pulley Co.,

Amherst Knitting Co.,

Amherst Knitting Co

Anatolian Rug Co

Aransea Mfg. Co.,

Arney, C. W., & Son,

Askill, H., Machine Co

Atkinson, M. D

Atlantic Reflnlng Co

Bader, Adamson & Co.,

Bailey & Leidy

Baker, A. T., & Co

Baker Mfg. Co.,

Baker Mfg. Co

Blabon, Geo. W., & Co.,

Ball, H. C, & Co

Ballantyne, John,

Baltz Bros., Agent,

Bannister, Geo.,

Barber, Geo

Barber, J. W., & Co.,

Barker, James,

Barkinson, Edwin,

Barnes & Beyer

Barr Mfg. Co.,

Barr Mfg. Co.,

Barr Pumping Engine Co., ..
Barrett, Wm



Location.



330S Marshall st

1600 Frankfort st

2933 N. Broad st

Trenton ave, and Ann st.,

4i)80 Sheldon st

5th and Qlenwood sts.,

2844 Frank ford ave

Paul and Meadow,

2816 N. Fourth,

147 Bearkley

Bridge & Garden

18th & Somerset,

29th & Bristol,

Clearfield & Ruth,

Clearfield & Ruth

Jasper & Tioga

Elizabeth & Unity

Trenton ave.,

Trenton & Erie aves

1414 Josephine,

Trenton & Westmoreland,
Allegheny & Richmond, ...

Rising Sun lane,

Manayunk, Main st

Church lane and Lena St....

41 Ashmede st

P. & R. R, R.,

Main st

276 Ashmead,

Main St.,

82 Armat,

Madison & Kensington, ...
Allegheny ave. & C St., —

2d & Somerset,

89 E. Seymore,

Indiana ave

Uh & Somerset,

;th & Somerset

ISth & Lehigh

IMllIng st



Goods Manufactured.



Planing mill,

Printing

Planing mill,

Mill work,

Hosiery

Farming implements.
Dyeing and bleaching.

Bicycles

Textile machinery, ...

Oilless bearings

Collars

Water pipes,

Pulleys,

Hosiery

Hosiery,

Rugs

Twines, threads, etc..

Leather belting,

Machine shop,

Planing mill

Refining

Glue and curled hair.

Pipe bending,

Upholstering goods, ..
Blankets and shawls,

Gloves,

Oil cloths, etc.,

Worsted yarns,

Hosiery

Carpet yarns,

Knit goods

Carpet yarns

Upholstering goods. ..

Machine shop,

Gloves

Upholstering goods, ..

Cotton goods

Cotton goods,

Steam pumps, etc

Bleaching



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PHILADELPHIA, FIRST DISTRICT.



51



Orders Complied.



162
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Number Employed.



Number of
ftcoidenU.



May 17,
Aug. 15,
Feb. 13,
Jan. 28,
May 8. .
Nov. 9, .
Dec. 17,
Mar. 20.
Nov. 21,
Mar. I, .
Apr. 6. .
May 2, .
May 14,
Jan. 21,
Dec. 11,
Jan. SO.
May 29.
July 17,
Oct. 22,
Mar. 11,
Jan. 31,
Mar. 28,
Nov. S, .
May 16,
Jan. 7, .
Aug:. 29,
Apr. 28.
Apr. 4, .
May 3. .
May 16.
May 7. .
Jan. 2S,
Nov. 14.
Nov. 20,
Apr. 25,
Dec. 5, .
Dec. 6, ,
May 24.
May 2. .
May 29.



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Name of Factory or Workshop.



Location.



Ctoods Manufactured.



590
426
4
865
S19
332
3S8
451

15
489

11
215

563

40
168
303
142
232
130
145

19
115
295
226

39
564
260
133
304
433

76
275
204
403
671

99
105



Barrett Mfg. Co.,

Barrows & Dounton

Barton, H. H., Sons Co., ..

Bateman, Wm.,

Bearkhead Spinning: Co., ....
Beck, Peter, Bottling Co., .

Bearkshire Mfg. Co

Belcher, Harry,

Berg Bros. ,

Berger Bros & Co.,

Bernstein Mfg. Co

Bertolet, B., & Son

Betzold Bros

Besser Bros. ,

Binder & Ellis

Blnz, Ferdinand,

BInz, Ferdinand,

Biswanger, E., Estate

Blalsdell Paper Pencil Co

Blakley. R. H., & Co.

Blood, John, & Bros.,

John Blood & Sons

Bockman, F. A

Boggs, Thomas,

Booth Bros

Borchers, R. C, & Co.,

Barrows, David, & Son, ....

Boulter, Charles,

Boulter. Charles

Bowman, G. T

Bowman Machine Co

Bradberry Bros

Bradford Mills

Brandle & Smith

Bramwell, Samuel,

Brehm & Stehle,

Brldesburg Machine Co

Brogden Wm. T

Bromley, John, & Sons

Bromley, Joseph H



Bermunda & Tucker,

18lh & German town aves.,

Tacony

Mulberry & Bridge,

3961 N. 5th St

2715 Ann st

Church St.,

Hedge & Gillingham

Ontario & Richmond

17th & aearfleld

3d & Westmoreland, !

23th & Lehigh

2d & Glen wood

52 N. 2d St.

Allegheny ave & C st

Hancock & Somerset,

Hancock & Somerset

Wishart & Emerald,

Wayne Junction,

6344 Germantown ave.,

Allegheny & Trenton,

7th & Somerset,

2d & Somerset,

2d & Allegheny aves

Clearneld & Ruth

Worwarth st

3968 Germantown

Hancock & Somerset, ..
Hancock & Somerset, ..

Frankf ord ave. ,

Lclper & Unity

18th & Bristol

Stenton & Godfrey,

Mascher & Somerset, ...

5337 Pulaski ave.,

Trenton & Allegheny, ...

Church & Garden,

1*43 Ontario,

Front & Lehigh,

4th & Lehigh,



Chemicals

Cotton and linen

Sand paper,

Dress goods

Cotton spooling,

Bottling

Cotton and woolen goods.

Table covers ,

Fertilizers,

Corrugated iron pipe, ....

Metallc bedsteads,

Handmade bricks

Furrier,

Knee pants, ,

Upholstery goods

Carpets

Carpets,

Carpets,

Pencils,

Laundry,

Underwear

Hosiery,

Dress goods,

Carpets,

Bottlers,

Textile machinery

Knit goods,

Hosiery,

Hosiery,

Machine shop

Machine shop,

Cotton and woolen goods, .

Tarns and cloths,

Confectionery,

Hosiery,

Dyeing,

Machine shop,

Confectionery,

Lace curtains, etc

Lace curtains



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PHILADELPHIA, FIRST DISTRICT— Continued.



Orders Complied.



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Number Employed.



Number of
accidents.



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Apr. 16, .,
Mar. 5. ..
Apr. 31, .
Apr. 11. .
Nlv. 8. ..
Aug. 13, .
Mar. 11. .
Mar. 13. .
Mar. 29. .
Apr. 18, .
Nov. 12, .
May 2, ..
Nov. 9, ..
Sept. 20. .
Nov. 14, .
May 23. .
Nov. 20, .
Jan. 18, .
Mar. 7. ..
Jan. 8, ..
Feb. 6, ..
Dec. 19, .
Jan. 4. ..
Nov. 14. .
Dec. 11. .
Mar. 1. ..
Feb. 4. ..
Nov. ?0, .
May U. .
Feb. 20, .
Dec. 19, .
Mar. 6, ..
Apr. 15, .
Nov. 28, .
Feb. 22. .
Jan. 28. .
Apr. 5, ..
June 23, .
Dec. e, ..
Dec. 7, ..



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Name of Factory or Workshop.



Location.



Ooods Manufactured.



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Bromley & Burns

Brophy, T., Sons,

Brown, James. Jr.,

Brown & Hunt

Brown Knitting Co.,

Bruey, Frank G.,

Bruner, F, A.,

Buck, A. R., & Son

Burktialter, Fred

Buckhalter, Fred

Bureau Bros

Burk Bros.,

Burkhardt, G, J.,

Burton, Andrew

Byram, F. A.,

Cameron, A. J., Worsted Co.,

Carbutt, John,

Carruth, John C:

Carson, Geo.,

Carson, J. W

Carver, C. R

Century Leather Co.,

Century Tapestry Mills

Charmwood Hosiery Co., —

Charter Hosiery Mill,

Charter Hosiery Mill No. I, ..

Chelton Mfg. Co

Cherry, Robert, Sons,

Childs, Wilson, Wagon Co.,..

Clark, William,

Clark A Barker,

Clem & Morse,

Clovw Bros

Collard, Alfred,

Collins & Ackman Co

Columbia Shade & Cloth Co.,
Conkilng & Armstrong Co.,
Continental Leather Co., ....

Cope Knitting Mills

Costello, Coocy Co.,



Orchard & Mill

Jasper & Clearfield,

Ring st

Masher & Allegheny

2d & Allegheny,

Hedge & GiUlnt^ham

L^iper & Unity.

2734 Church Bt

Howard & Clearfield

Howard & Clearfield

21st & Allegheny ave

13th & Westmoreland,

2831 N. Broad St.,

Penn & Bellfield

I^once ab. Church ave

Emerald & Westmoreland,

Bearkley & Green

Hose Hill & Indiana ave...
Hancock & Lehigh aves., ..

2d & Rising Sun Lane

ioth & I.iehigh ave.,

Chelton ave

2739 Falrhlll

Lehigh ave. & Mutter St..

226 Ashmead

5155 Wakefield,

Callom & R. R. R.,

6541 Germantown ave.,

Main & Walnut Lane

Cedar st

Osceola,

Westmoreland & P. R. R.,

Paul & Vandyke,

256 Ashmead st

River road,

2l8t & Park sts

Juniata ave.,

5155 Wakefield,

Osceola A Pantorius

2414 N. Broad st



Dyeing

Dyeing,

Paper cap tubes,

Hosiery, . ...

Hosiery,

Beaming,

Upholstery goods,

Pork packing

Dyeing hosiery

Hosiery and dyeing,

Brong statuary,

Patent leather,

Tanks

Dyeing

Lace goods,

Worsted yarns,

Photograph supplies,

Cotton and woolen gfods.

Carpets

Dyeing

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Enamel leather

Upholstery goods,

Hosiery,

Hosiery

Hosiery

Carpet yams

Trimmings

Carriages and wagons, ...

Damask

Hosiery,

Elevator

Iron foundry

Gloves

Upholstery goods

Window shades,

Terra cotta. etc.,

Leather,

Knit goods,

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