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If the minor is to be tutored, the application shall set forth the name and address of the tutor, whether the tutor is a certified teacher, the name and address of the school official approving the subjects for tutoring and the tutoring arrangements, and the number of hours per week the minor is to be tutored.
(e) Applications shall contain other information as may be requested by the Bureau of Women and Children, Hours and Minimum Wages.
(11) Whether the total earnings of the minor from all sources exceed $150 per week and, if so, what provisions have been made for conservation of the earnings of the minor.
(12) The name and address of the booking agent of the minor, if any.
Any person who violates any of the provisions of this subchapter or who interferes with the Department or its duly authorized representative in the enforcement of such provisions may be deemed guilty of a misdeameanor and may, upon conviction, be punished by fine or imprisonment, or both.
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Hazardous performances, acts, or exhibitions These terms shall include all of the following: (i) All aerial acts including suspension from trapezes, ropes, wires, or like contrivances. (iii) The taking of dangerous leaps, falls, throws, catches, knee drops or slides.
Employment A minor engaged in a performance shall be deemed employed, if any person, including the performer, his parent or teacher, receives remuneration from the performance or if any performer in the production is paid for performing.
This paragraph shall not necessarily apply to performances with trained seals.