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New York Consolidated Laws, Labor Law - LAB § 163. Hours of labor in brickyards

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No corporation owning or operating a brickyard shall require employees to work more than ten hours in any day, or to commence work before seven o'clock in the morning.  But overwork and work prior to seven o'clock in the morning for extra compensation may be performed by agreement between employer and employee.

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