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EDUCATION CODE
SECTION 49160-49165



49160.  No person, firm or corporation shall employ, suffer, or
permit any minor under the age of 18 years to work in or in
connection with any establishment or occupation except as provided in
Section 49151 without a permit to employ, issued by the proper
educational officers in accordance with law.



49161.  Every person, firm, corporation, or agent or officer of a
firm or corporation, employing minors under the age of 18 years shall
keep on file all permits to employ minors under the age of 18 years
during the term of the employment.


49162.  The employer of any minor subject to this chapter shall send
to the officer authorized to issue the permit to work a written
notification of intent to employ a minor. The form of the intent to
employ a minor shall be prescribed by the Department of Education and
shall be furnished to the employer by the officer.




49163.  The notification of intent to employ a minor shall contain:
   (a) The name, address, phone number, and social security number of
the minor.
   (b) The name, address, phone number, and supervisor at the minor's
place of employment.
   (c) The kind of work the minor will perform.
   (d) The maximum number of hours per day and per week the student
will be expected to work for the employer.
   (e) The signatures of the parent or guardian, of the minor, and of
the employer.



49164.  Permits to work and to employ and certificates of age shall
always be open to inspection by supervisors of attendance, probation
officers, designees of the Labor Commissioner, and by officers of the
Superintendent of Public Instruction. Every permit to work or to
employ and every certificate of age shall be subject to cancellation
at any time by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Labor
Commissioner, or by the person issuing the permit or certificate
whenever any person authorized to inspect such permits and
certificates finds that the conditions for the legal issuance of the
permit or certificate of age do not exist or did not exist at the
time the permit or certificate was issued. A permit to work shall be
revoked by the issuing authority when he is satisfied that the
employment of the minor is impairing the health or education of the
minor, or that any provision or condition of the permit is being
violated, or that the minor is performing work in violation of any
provision of law.


49165.  Nothing in this article shall require a person to obtain a
permit to employ in order for a minor to participate in horseback
riding exhibitions, contests or events specified in paragraph (3) of
subdivision (b) of Section 1308 of the Labor Code.