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Chapter 4: Code Index

Index of codes related to work permits in California.

 

California Law

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California Business and Professions Code (B&PC)

Section

Title

25663

Employment of Person Under 21; Employment of Person under 18 by Off-Sale Licensee

25663.5

Employment of Persons 18 to 21 Years of Age as Musicians

25665

Persons Under 21 Years of Age on Premises

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California Education Code (EC)

Section

Title

35162

Power to Sue, Be Sued, Hold and Convey Property

35202

Claims Against Districts; Applicability of Government Code

35204

Contract With Attorney in Private Practice or Use of Administrative Adviser

35205

Contract for Legal Services

35207

Hearing Officers

35208

Liability Insurance

41601.3

Participation in On-the-Job Work Experience Education by Continuing Education Pupils

44031

Personnel File Contents and Inspection

46113

Minimum School Day; Grades 4 – 8

46140.5

Specified Vocational Education Program; Attendance

46141

Minimum School Day

46142

Minimum School Day; Junior High or High School

46144

Minimum School Day for Vocational Training and Work Experience Programs Exception

46145

Minimum Required Courses Per Semester or Quarter; Average Daily Attendance Allowed; Exceptions

46146

Day of Attendance; 180-Minute Minimum School Day; Part-Time College or University Attendance; Reporting

46147

Exemption for Certain Pupils In Grade 12 to Attend Less Than Minimum School Day

46160

Minimum School Week; Junior High Schools and High Schools

46161

Compliance with Attendance Requirements

46170

Minimum School Day for Continuation Education

46180

Minimum Day for Opportunity School; Attendance

46300

Method of Computing Average Daily Attendance

47600

Citation of Part

47601

Legislative Intent

47602

Limitation on Number; Report on Effectiveness; Private Schools

47604.5

Action Against Financial or Other Mismanagement

47610

Compliance with Charter Petition; Exemptions

47615

Legislative Findings

48200

Children Between Ages 6 and 18 Years

48201

Removal to Another District; Requests for Records; Liability

48202

Severance of Attendance Regulation

48204

Residency Requirements for School Attendance

48204.5

International Border; Adjacent Districts; Residency; Legislative Findings and Declarations

48204.6

International Border; Adjacent Districts; Reasonable Evidence of Residency

48205

Excused Absence; Average Daily Attendance Computation

48222

Attendance in Private School

48225

Contracts to Secure Tutoring for Children Working in Entertainment or Allied Industries

48230

Compulsory Part-Time Classes

48231

Entrance into Attendance Area Within 10 School Days of End of School Term

48232

Leave of Absence by Pupil of 15 Years of Age; Conditions

48400

Weekly Minimum Attendance Requirement

48401

Failure to Provide Continuation Education Classes; Enforcement

48402

Minors Not Regularly Employed

48403

Authority of County Superintendent of Schools to File Petition in Juvenile Court Regarding Truant

48410

Persons Exempted From Continuation Classes

48412

Certificate of Proficiency; Examination Fees

48413

Enrollment in Continuation Classes

48414

Persons Exempted From Compulsory Continuation Education; Reenrollment in District

48415

Private School Attendance; Exemption From Compulsory Continuation Education

48416

Leaves of Absence; Pupils Between Ages 16 and 18; Conditions

48430

Legislative Intent; Continuation Education Schools and Classes

48431

Establishment and Maintenance of Guidance, Placement, and Follow-Up Program

48432

Establishment and Maintenance of Continuation Classes for Minors

48432.5

Involuntary Transfer of Pupils; Rules and Regulations; Procedure

48433

Minimum Weekly Hours of Instruction

48900.6

Community Service on School Grounds During Nonschool Hours; Alternative Disciplinary Action

48915

Expulsion; Particular Circumstances

48915.01

Referral to Community Day School

48915.1

Expelled Individuals; Enrollment in Another School

48915.2

Expelled Pupil; Enrollment During and After Period of Expulsion

48916.1

Educational Program Requirements for Expelled Pupils

48926

County Plans for Provision of Educational Services to Expelled Pupils

49100

Mandatory Attendance

49101

Exemption from Provisions

49110

Issuance; Jurisdiction

49110.1

Private School Pupils; Issuance

49111

Age of Minor

49112

Schooldays; Exceptions

49113

Work Experience Education Course

49114

Certificate of Age

49115

Contents

49116

Maximum Work Outside School Hours; Exceptions

49117

Forms; Source

49118

Expiration

49119

Exemption; Horseback Riding Exhibitions

49130

Issuance; Family Support

49131

Exemption from Restrictions

49132

Appearance of Parent or Guardian

49133

Papers Duly Executed; Examination, Approval, and Filing

49134

Oath

49135

Part-time Continuation Classes

49140

Notice to Agricultural Workers with Minor Children

49141

Work for Parent or Guardian

49151

Permit to Employ

49160

Permit to Employ

49161

File of Permits to Employ

49162

Notification of Intent to Employ

49163

Content of Notification

49164

Inspection; Cancellation or Revocation

49165

Permit; Exemption for Horseback Riding Exhibitions

49180

Action Against Employer

49181

Evidence of Illegal Employment

49182

Penalties

49183

False Statements; Penalties

51745

Independent Study Authorized; Curriculum; Restrictions

51746

Services and Resources

51747

Apportionments for Independent Study by Pupils; Policy Requirements

51747.3

Restrictions on Apportionments; Residency Requirements

51747.5

Coordination, Evaluation and Supervision of Independent Study; Apportionment Credit

51748

Written Records for Apportionments

51749

Statewide Profile of Independent Study Pupils

51749.3

Rules and Regulations

51760

Authority to Establish; Insurance

51760.3

Grant of Credit; Conditions

51760.5

Work Experience or Vocational Education; Apportionments

51762

Implementation of Standards for Work Experience Education

51762.5

Adoption of Standards for District Plans

51763

Laws or Rules Applicable to Students in Work Experience

51764

Work Experience Education

51765

Funds for Work Experience Programs for Mentally Retarded Pupils

51766

Work Experience Education Involving Apprenticeable Occupations

51767

Work Experience Education in Areas Outside District

51768

Employment of Pupils in Part-Time Jobs Located Outside District

51769

Workers’ Compensation; Status as Employer

51769.5

Child Labor Laws

52300

Legislative Intent and Findings

52301

Establishing Regional Occupational Center or Programs; Multiple School Districts

52314

Admission of Pupils

52314.5

Admission of Youths Age 16 to 18 Not Attending High School

79140

Legislative Findings and Declarations; Workplace Skills Training; Private Sector Industry Internships and Apprenticeship Models

79144

Apprenticeship Program Standards; Apprenticeship Training Programs; Internship Training Program

79146

Internship Training Programs and Apprenticeship Training Programs; Establishment and Support by Board of Governors

79148

Innovative Apprenticeship Training Demonstration Projects; Development and Implementation Report

87031

Personnel File Contents and Inspection

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California Family Code (FC)

Section

Title

6500

Minor

6501

Adult

7000

Citation of Part

7001

Purpose and Intent of Part

7002

Emancipated Minor

7050

Emancipated Minor Considered an Adult

7120

Petition

7122

Issuance of Declaration of Emancipation

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California Government Code (GC)

Section

Title

12581.2

Solicitation

12582

Trustee

12582.1

Charitable corporation

12583

Reporting provisions

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California Insurance Code (IC)

Section

Title

11760

False or fraudulent statement for purpose of reducing premium, rate, or cost of workers’ compensation insurance; penalty; enhancements

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California Labor Code (LC)

Section

Title

18

Persons Defined

19

Department Defined

90

Access to Places of Labor; Refusal of Admission or Information; Misdemeanor; Penalty

96

Assignment of Claims

98

Employee Complaints; Investigations and Hearings; Pleadings; Evidence

98.1

Order, Decision or Award; Appellate Rights; Interest on Award

98.2

Review; Costs and Attorney’s Fees; Stay of Execution; Satisfaction of Judgment

98.3

Actions for Collection of Wages, etc., by Labor Commissioner; Conditions

98.4

Representation by Commissioner of Financially Disabled Persons in de novo Proceedings

98.5

Intervention by Labor Commissioner

98.6

Discrimination Against Employee Filing Complaint or Claim, Instituting Action or Testifying; Right to Reinstatement; Lost Wages and Benefits; Misdemeanor

98.7

Complaint by Employee Subjected to Discrimination; Investigation; Cease and Desist Order; Civil Action; Notice of Commissioner’s Determination; Remedy Not Exclusive

98.8

Regulations and Rules of Practice and Procedure

98.9

Contractors; Finding of Deliberate Labor Code Violations; Delivery of Findings to Contractors’ State License Board

200

Definitions

201

Time for Payment on Discharge or Layoff; Seasonal Employment; Mail

201.5

Motion Picture Industry; Discharge or Layoff; Payment Within Reasonable Time

202

Time for Payment on Resignation; Payment by Mail

203

Failure to Make Payment Within Required Time; Penalty; Employee Avoiding Payment; Limitation of Actions

203.1

Payment of Wages or Fringe Benefits with Bad Checks; Penalty

204

Semimonthly Payments; Exceptions

204a

Employees of Several Employers; Plan for Central Places of Payment; Notice to Labor Commissioner

204b

Weekly Payments

204c

Semimonthly Payments; Exception of Certain Executives, Administrative, or Professional Employees

205

Agricultural and Domestic Employment; Payment Periods

205.5

Agricultural Employees; Payment Period and Dates

206

Payment of Undisputed Amount; Failure to Pay Determined Amount; Treble Damages

206.5

Execution of Release of Claim or Right on Account of Wages Due

207

Posting of Notice of Regular Pay Days

208

Place of Payment

209

Payment in Event of Strike

210

Civil Penalty for Failure to Make Payments; Action for Recovery; Disposition of Money Recovered

211

Actions to Recover Civil Penalties; Fees for Service of Summons; Joiner of Causes of Action; Demand for Payment

212

Prohibited Forms of Payment; Instruments Protested or Dishonored; Effect of Notice

213

Exceptions

214

Place of Prosecution for Illegal Form of Payment

215

Violations; Misdemeanor

216

Refusal to Make Payment; False Denial of Amount or Validity of Wages; Misdemeanor

217

Enforcement

218

Authority of District Attorney and Wage Claimant

218.5

Actions for Nonpayment of Wages; Fringe Benefits, or Health and Welfare or Pension Fund Contributions’ Award of Attorney’s Fees to Prevailing Party; Application of Section

218.6

Actions for Nonpayment of Wages; Award of Interest

219

More Frequent and Larger Payments; Private Agreements in Violation of Provisions

220

Public Employees

221

Repayment of Wages to Employer

222

Withholding of Part of Wage

222.5

Cost of Pre-Employment Physical Examination or Physical Examination Required by Law

223

Payment of Less than Statutory or Contractual Wage Scale

224

Authorized Deductions

225

Violations; Misdemeanors

225.5

Unlawful Withholding of Wages; Civil Penalty; Action for Recovery; Disposition of Money Recovered

226

Itemized Statements; Contents; Records; Inspection of Records; Damages; Limitation of Application

226.3

Civil Penalties; Itemized Statements by Employers; Inadvertent Mistakes

226.4

Citation; Issuance; Service; Contents; Itemized Statement

226.6

Violation of § 226 or 226.2; Persons Having Control or Disposition of Wages; Penalty

226.7

Mandated Meal or Rest Period; Requirement to Work Prohibited

230

Jury Duty; Witness; Legal Actions by Domestic Violence Victims; Right to Time Off; Reinstatement and Reimbursement; Misdemeanor; Right to File Complaint with Division of Labor Standards Enforcement

231

Physical Examination for Driver’s License Required in Employment; Payment of Costs

232

Amount of Wages; Prohibition of Sanctions Against Employee Disclosure

350

Definitions

351

Gratuities; Disposition

353

Records of Gratuities Received by Employer; Inspection

354

Violation; Misdemeanor; Penalty

355

Enforcement Agency; Disposition of Fines

356

Legislative Declaration

500

Definitions

510

Day’s Work; Overtime; Commuting Time

511

Alternative Workweek Schedules

512

Meal Periods

513

Makeup Work Time

514

Employees Covered by Collective Bargaining Agreements; Application of Chapter

515

Exemptions

515.5

Computer Software Field Employees; Exemption; Requirements

516

Adoption or Amendment of Working Condition Orders

517

Industrial Welfare Commission; Adoption of Wage, Hour, and Working Conditions Orders; Review of Wages, Hours, and Working Conditions in Certain Industries; Publication of Wage Orders and Other Regulations

550

Day’s Rest Defined

551

One Day’s Rest in Seven

552

Maximum Consecutive Working Days

553

Violation; Misdemeanor

554

Exemptions from § 551 and 552

555

Applicability to Cities and Counties

556

Application of § 551 and 552

558

Violations of Chapter; Civil Penalties

1171

Scope of Chapter

1173

Duties of Industrial Welfare Commission

1174

Duties of Employers

1174.5

Failure to Maintain Records; Penalties

1175

Violation of Employer’s Duties; Misdemeanor

1182

Amendment, Rescission or Promulgation of Orders; Order for Increased Minimum Wage

1182.1

Publication of Action Taken Pursuant to § 517 and 1182

1182.4

Student Employee, Camp Counselor or Program Counselor or Organized Camp; Compensation; Value of Meals and Lodging

1183

Delivery of Copies of Orders to Employers; Posting Requirements

1191

Special License for Mentally or Physically Handicapped

1191.5

Sheltered Workshop or Rehabilitation Facility; Special License

1192

Special License for Apprentices and Learners

1193

Maximum Number of Employed Licensees

1193.5

Administration and Enforcement; Authority of Authorized Representatives; Unpaid Minimum or Overtime Wages; Disposition

1193.6

Action to Recover Minimum Wage Compensation, Interest, Attorney’s Fees and Costs by Department or Division

1194

Action to Recover Minimum Wage, Overtime Compensation, Interest, Attorney’s Fees, and Costs by Employee

1194.2

Liquidated Damages

1195

Registration of Complaints with Division; Investigation; Enforcement of Minimum Wage

1195.5

Determination of Computation and Payment of Wages in Excess of Minimum; Examination of Records; Enforcement of Payment of Unpaid Sums

1197

Payment of Less than Minimum Wage

1197.1

Payment of Less than Minimum Wage; Civil Penalty; Citation; Hearing; Notice of Decision; Enforcement

1197.5

Equal Wage Rates for All Employees; Variations; Enforcement

1198

Maximum Hours of Work; Standard Conditions of Labor; Employment in Violation

1198.3

Mandatory Days Off Requirements; Exemption for Hardship

1198.5

Right to Inspect Records

1199

Misdemeanors; Punishment

1285

Legislative Intent

1286

Definitions

1287

Citation for Violation; Contents; Service

1288

Classification of Citations; Civil Penalties

1290

Employment of Minors Under 16

1291

Work for Manufacturing Establishment

1292

Tasks Prohibited to Minors Under 16

1293

Tasks Prohibited to Minors Under 16

1293.1

Tasks Prohibited to Minors Under 13

1294

Places of Employment Prohibited to Minors Under 16

1294.1

Minors Under 16 Years of Age and All Minors; Prohibited Employment

1294.3

Employment Allowed Minors 14 to 15 Years of Age

1294.4

Delivery of Newspapers; Means of Transportation

1294.5

Gas Service Stations

1295

Courses of Training; Exception

1295.5

Employment of Minors; Performance of Sports-Attending Services

1296

Determination of Additional Employments Dangerous to Minors; Judicial Review

1297

Messengers; Minimum Ages; Hours of Work

1298

Sale or Distribution of Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, or Circulars

1299

Permits and Certificates for Employment of Minors

1300

Return of Certificates and Permits; Cancellations; Grounds for Cancellation

1301

Application of Article to Owners or Controllers of Realty

1302

Authority to Enter Places of Employment; Denial of Entrance; Report to Commissioner

1303

Violation; Misdemeanor; Penalty

1304

Prima Facie Evidence of Violation

1305

Disposition of Fines

1307

Custody of Minors Illegally at Work

1308

Occupations Prohibited to Minors; Persons Causing Employment; Penalties; Exceptions

1308.1

Minors Under 6 or 16; Door-to-Door Selling

1308.2

Transportation, Direction or Supervision of Minors More than 10 Miles From Minor’s Residence or Facilitation of Participation in Door-to-Door Sales; Registration With Labor Commissioner; Conditions; Renewal; Proof of Registration; Temporary Registration; Violation; Penalty

1308.3

Employment of Minors Under 16 Years of Age in Door-to-Door Sales More than 10 Miles from Minor’s Residence; Registration With Labor Commissioner; Conditions; Renewal; Proof of Registration; Temporary Registration; Violation; Penalty; Application

1308.4

Revocation, Suspension, or Refusal to Renew Any Registration

1308.5

Minors Under 16; Occupations Requiring Consent of Commissioner; Misdemeanor

1308.6

Prerequisites to Commissioner’s Consent

1308.7

Hours of Employment of Minor in Entertainment Industry; Violations

1309

Employment of Minors in Prohibited Occupations; Penalties

1309.5

Films, Photographs, Slides, or Magazines; Depiction of Minors Under 18 Engaged in Sexual Conduct; Sales or Distribution for Resale; Sources of Material; Maintenance of Records; Misdemeanor

1309.6

Violations of Section 1309.5; Civil Penalties; Disposition

1310

Exceptions; Appearance in Entertainment

1311

Enforcement Agency

1312

Enforcement of Article

1390

Definitions

1391

Hours of Employment of Minors; Violation; Misdemeanor; Penalty

1391.1

Minors 16 to 18 Years of Age Enrolled in Work Experience or Cooperative Vocational Education Programs

1391.2

Minors Under 18 Years of Age; High School Graduate or Equivalent or Possessing Certificate of Proficiency; Same Hours and Pay as Adults; Exceptions

1392

Employment for More than Eight Hours in One Day; Misdemeanor

1393

Agricultural Packing Plants Employing Minors; Exemptions; Issuance; Revocation; Notice; Application; Posting

1394

Employment of Minors at Agricultural, Horticultural, Viticultural or Domestic Labor While Not In School

1398

Enforcement Agency

1399

Enforcement of Article

1777.6

Discrimination Against Apprentices Because of Race, Religions, Creed, etc.

2650

Definitions

2651

Prohibited Materials and Articles for Home Manufacture

2652

Investigations

2654

Order to Discontinue Industrial Homework Industry

2658

Employer’s License; Necessity; Application; Form; Duration; Renewal; Fees; Suspension and Revocation; Transferability

2658.1

Unlicensed Persons; Failure to Prevent Taking Articles or Materials for Home Manufacture; Misdemeanor; Evidence

2658.5

Unlicensed Person; Employment of Home Workers; Permitting Home Manufacture; Misdemeanor; Penalty

2659

Permitting Home Manufacture by Person Lacking License or Permit

2660

Home Worker’s Permit; Necessity; Fee; Duration; Application; Scope; Waiver of Fee

2660.1

Duty of Home Worker to Furnish Information to Division

2660.5

Home Manufacture Without Permit; Misdemeanor; Penalty

2661

Qualifications for Permit

2662

Revocation or Suspension of Permit; Grounds

2750

Definition

2750.5

Contractors; Presumption of Employee Status; Proof of Independent Contractor Status

2751

Commission Contracts; Required Provision; Formalities; Definitions

2752

Commission Contracts; Violations; Triple Damages

2802

Indemnification for Employee’s Expenses and Losses in Discharging Duties; Award Interest; Definition

3077

Apprentice and Apprenticeship Agreement Defined; Term of Apprenticeship

3077.5

Maximum Age for Apprentices

3078

Apprenticeship Agreement; Required Provisions

3079

Approval and Execution of Agreement; Agreement Binding During Majority of Apprentice

3200

Workmen’s Compensation as Meaning Workers’ Compensation; Legislative Intent

3201

Legislative Declaration

3351

Employee; Inclusions

3351.5

Employee

3352

Employees; Exclusion

3353

Independent Contractor

3354

Employers of Household Employees; Exemption

3355

Course of Trade, Business, Profession, or Occupation

3356

Trade, Business, Profession, or Occupation

3357

Employee Presumption

3361.5

Volunteer Workers of Recreation and Park Districts

3363.5

Persons Performing Voluntary Services for Public Agency

3363.6

Persons Performing Voluntary Services for Private Nonprofit Organizations

3364.5

Person Performing Voluntary Services for School Districts

3368

Work Experience Education; Occupational Training Classes; Apprentices

3605

Payment of Compensation to Minor

3700

Security for Payment of Compensation

3702

Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure; Revocation

6400

Safe and Healthful Employment and Place of Employment

6401

Duty to Furnish Safety Devices and Adopt Safe Practices and Procedures

6401.5

Salvage of Materials Prohibited; Demolition in Progress

6401.7

Injury Prevention Programs

6402

Preventing Entry Into Unsafe or Unhealthy Place

6403

Failure to Furnish Safety Devices or Adopt Safe Practices and Procedures

6404

Occupancy or Maintenance of Unsafe or Unhealthful Place of Employment

6405

Construction of Unsafe or Unhealthful Place of Employment

6406

Unlawful Acts

6407

Compliance With Standards, Regulations, etc.

6408

Information for Employees

6409

Reports of Occupational Injury or Occupational Illness by Physicians; Employee’s Report; Pesticide Poisoning; Filing; Occupational Illness Defines

6409.1

Occupational Injury or Illness Reports

6409.2

Fire or Police Agency at Accident Involving Employee; Notice by Telephone to Division of Occupational Safety and Health

6409.3

Treatment for Pesticide Poisoning To Not Be Deemed First Aid Treatment

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California Penal Code (PC)

Section Title

273e

Places of Questionable Repute; Minors Not to Deliver Messages, etc., or Enter

273f

Sending Minors to Immoral Places

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California Vehicle Code (VC)

Section Title

353

“Hazardous Material”

12515

Driving for Hire; Age Limit

15210

Definitions Applicable to Chapter

17706

Minor’s Negligence Imputed to Employer

17707

Minor’s Negligence; Exceptions

17708

Liability of Parent or Guardian

34500

Vehicles to Which Applicable

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California Code of Regulations (CCR) - Title 5: Education

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Work Experience Education

Section Title

10070

District Plan for Work Experience Education

10071

Formal Training Agreements for Each Type of Work Experience Education

10072

Selection and Approval of Work Stations

10073

Related Classroom Instruction

10074

Supervision of Students

10075

Work Experience Education Teacher-Coordinator Minimum Qualifications

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Work Permits

Section Title

10120

Self-Certification for Public and Private School Principals

10120.1

Certificate of Age

10121

Volunteers/Unpaid Trainees and Work Permits

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California Community Classrooms

Section Title

10080

Definition

10081

Academic Credit for Participation in Community Classroom

10082

Student Qualifications

10083

Teacher Responsibilities

10084

Records

10085

Related Classroom Instruction

10086

Selection and Approval of Community Classroom Training Stations

10087

Community Classroom Joint Venture Training Agreements and Plans

10088

Supervision of Students

10089

Student-Teacher Ratio

10090

Unpaid On-The-Job Experiences

10092

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Cooperative and Vocational Education

10100

Definition

10102

Academic Credit for Participation in Cooperative Vocational Education

10103

Student Qualifications

10104

Teacher Responsibilities

10105

Records

10105

Related Classroom Instructions

10107

Selection and Approval of Training Stations

10108

Cooperative Vocational Education Training Agreements and Individualized Training Plans

10109

Supervision of Students

10110

Student-Teacher Ratio

10111

Paid On-the-Job Experiences

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Continuation Education

Section Title

11001

Programs of Guidance, Placement, and Follow-Up

11002

Instruction Based on Individual Needs

11003

Coordination Programs

11004

Separate Continuation High Schools

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Independent Study

Section Title

11700

Definitions

11700.1

Additional Definitions Applicable to Charter Schools

11701

District Responsibilities

11701.5

Equitable Provision of Resources and Services

11702

Requirements for Agreements

11703

Records

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Provisions Unique to Charter Schools

Section Title

11704

Pupil-Teacher Ratio

11705

High School Graduation Requirements

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Destruction of Records of School Districts - Period of Retention

Section Title

16023

Class 1 – Permanent Records

16024

Class 2 – Optional Records

16025

Class 3 – Disposable Records

16026

Retention Period

16027

Destruction of Records

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California Code of Regulations (CCR) - Title 8: Industrial Relations

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Apprenticeship

Section Title

205

Definitions

208

Wages, Employee Benefits, and Other Compensation for Apprentices

209

Overtime Provision

210

Working Conditions

212

Content of Apprenticeship Program Standards

251

Declaration of Policy

252

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Prohibited Occupations

Section Title

11701

Prohibited Occupations

11702

No Child Under 16 Years of Age Shall Work in Prohibited Occupations

11703

Further Prohibited Occupations

11704

No Child Under 16 Years of Age Shall Work in Prohibited Occupations

11705

Scope of Regulations and Definitions

11706

Dangerous Activities and Occupations for Minors Under 16 Years of Age

11706.1

Definition of “Door-to-Door” Selling

11706.2

Non-Abridgment of Rights of Regular News Carrier of Newspaper

11707

Further Dangerous Activities for Minors Under 16 Years of Age

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Employment of Minors in the Entertainment Industry

Section Title

11750

Scope of Regulations and Definitions

11751

Entertainment Industry Defined; Employment of Minors in the Entertainment Industry

11752

Issuance of Permit to Employ Minor

11753

Procedure for Obtaining Entertainment Work Permit by Minor

11754

Blanket Permits

11755

Studio Teacher; Definition and Certification

11755.1

Filing Schedule

11755.2

Use of Studio Teachers

11755.3

Studio Teacher’s Authority

11755.4

Studio Teacher’s Remuneration

11756

Employers Taking Minors of Compulsory School Age from California to Work on Location in Another State

11757

Presence of Parents or Guardians of Minors Under 16 Years of Age

11758

Sanctions for Violation of the Labor Code of Regulations

11758.1

Other Grounds for Denial, Suspension or Revocation of Permit

11758.2

Appeal Rights of Permit Holder or Applicant upon Denial, Suspension or Revocation of Permit

11759

Travel Time for Minors Employed in the Entertainment Industry

11760

Working Hours of Minors

11761

Meal Period for Minors

11762

Minor’s General Supervision by Studio Teacher; Minor’s Accompaniment by Parent or Guardian Required for Certain Purposes Under Specified Conditions

11763

Work Time

11764

Work Time for Infants – Medical Examination

11765

Care of Children

11779

Penalties for Class “A” Violations

11779.1

Definition and Penalty for Willful Violation of Class “A” Type

11780.1

Agricultural Zone of Danger Violations

11781

Penalties for Class “B” Violations

11781.1

Definition and Penalty for Willful Violation of Class “B” Type

11782

Definition of Class “B” Violation

11782.1

Violations for Minor Employment in Manufacturing Establishments or Other Places Not Excepted

11783

Request, Notice, and Time of Hearing

11784

Conduct of Hearing

13500

Definition of “DIVISION”

13501

Filing of Complaint

13501.5

Form of Complaint

13501.6

Form of Complaint on Claim from Holder of Dishonored Payroll Check or Draft

13501.7

Form of Answer

13502

Conduct of Hearings

13505

Taking of Evidence

13506

Deputy Labor Commissioner’s Authority

13507

Right to Counsel

13508

Continuances

13520

Definition of “Willful”

13600

Definitions

13601

Records

13602

Preliminary Information Required by Employer

13603

Inspections

13604

Revocations of Licenses or Permits

13620

Prohibiting Industrial Homework in the Garment Manufacturing Industry

13621

Definitions

13623

Conditions of Employment

13624

Effect of Invalid Sections

13670

Definitions

13670.1

Applicability of Subchapter 10

13671.1

Application for Registration

13672

Filing Schedule for Applications

13673

Registration Renewal Dates

13673.1

Change of Address or Doing Business as (“DBA”) Name, Vehicle, or Vehicle License Number

13673.2

Registration Void; When

13675

Transfer of a Registration

13676

Suspension and Revocation of Registration and Denial of an Application

13676.1

Hearing to Revoke or Suspend a Registration or Deny an Application

13677

Inspections

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Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) - Title 29: Child Labor Regulations

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Orders and Statements of Interpretation

Section Title

570.2

Minimum Age Standards

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Employment of Minors Between 14 and 16 Years of Age

Section Title

570.31

Determination

570.33

Occupations

570.34

Occupations in Retail, Food Service, and Gasoline Service Establishments

570.35

Periods and Conditions of Employment

570.35a

Work Experience and Career Exploration Programs

570.36

Certificates of Age; Effect

570.37

Effect on Other Laws

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Occupations Particularly Hazardous for the Employment of Minors Between 16 and 18 Years of Age, or Detrimental to their Health or Well-Being

Section Title

570.50

General

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