Every owner, operator, or manager of a factory, workshop, mill, mine, or other establishment
where labor is employed, shall make to the department, upon blanks furnished by it,
such reports and returns as the department may require, for the purpose of compiling
such labor statistics as are authorized by this chapter, and the owner or business
manager shall make such reports and returns within the time prescribed therefor by
the director, and shall certify to the correctness thereof.
In the reports of the department no use shall be made of the names of individuals,
firms, or corporations supplying the information called for by this section, such
information being deemed confidential, and not for the purpose of disclosing personal
affairs, and any officer, agent, or employee of the department violating this provision
shall be fined a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, or be imprisoned for up to
three hundred sixty-four days.
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