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Image from page 882 of "Hardware merchandising March-June 1917" (1917)

Identifier: hardmerchmarjun1917toro

Title: Hardware merchandising March-June 1917

Year: 1917 (1910s)

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Subjects: Hardware industry Hardware Implements, utensils, etc Building

Publisher: Toronto :

Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries

  

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e, punishable under section 24 ofthis Act. 13. No person under the age of 16years shall drive a motor vehicle, andno person over the age of 16 years andunder the age of 18 years shall drivea motor vehicle on the highway unlessand until such person has passed anexamination and obtained a license asprovided in this Act for a person whodrives a motor vechicle for hire, pay orgain. 18. If an accident occurs to any per-son on foot or horseback, or in a ve-hicle, or to any horse or vehicle incharge of any person, owing to thepresence of a motor vehicle on a high-way, the person in charge of such motorvehicle shall return to the scene of theaccident and render all possible assist-ance and give in writing to any one sus-taining loss or injury his name and ad-dress, and also the name and address ofthe owner of such motor vehicle, andthe number of the permit. Responsibility of Owner 19. The owner of a motor vehicleshall be responsible for any violation of (Continued on page 73.) June 2, 1917 53

 

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Modern Time Recording in Retail Stores Recording Device is Beneficial to Both Employer and Employee—Recorder IncreasesEfficiency and Acts as Inoff ensive Check on Business. MANY retail merchants are realiz-ing the importance of having aperfect record of the comingsand goings of each of their employees onthe basis that time is money, and thisfact is being evidenced by the increasinguse of up to date methods of recordingsuch information. As an illustration ofthe value of this plan take a store withten clerks with an average payroll ofbetwen $7,000 and $8,000 a year. It isevident that such an expenditure ofmoney is worth checking to say nothingof the desirability of raising the stand-ard of discipline in any well managedorganization. Discipline is created by commandingrespect and the old adage says you canonly command respect when you treateach one exactly alike, and this is theprinciple involved in the up to date time-recording apparatus. With the moderntime recording instrument in a

  

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