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CLASSIFICATION OF ENTERPRISES, INDUSTRIES, AND PROFESSIONS, BY DEGREE

OF RISK; AND PREMIUM FOR EACH RISK CLASS-Continued.

Indus

try number.

Industry.

Risk class.

Annual premium rates in per cent of wages.

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ELECTRICITY-concluded.
Production and distribution of electric energy:
Electric power houses. (Also including installation of fixtures.). ...

BRICKYARDS, POTTERY, AND GLASS INDUSTRY.
Brickyards and manufacture of plaster and cement:

Brickyards, machine manufacture.
Brickyards, manufacture by hand.
Brickyards, manufacture both by hand and machinery.
Gypsum (plaster of paris), manufacture of..

Cement, manufacture of various materials (not including extractio
Majolica, porcelain, and earthenware:

Majolica, porcelain, and earthenware..
Glass and mirrors:

Glass, including production of plate glass.
Glass, without production of plate glass.
Glass beads...
Enamels...
Working up of glass (grinding, polishing, chemical, mechanical, and

photographic engraving).
Glaziers, working on scaffolding.
Glaziers, working without scaffolding.
Mirrors, with production of plate glass.
Mirrors, without production of plate glass..

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WOOD WORKING.

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Poles, sticks, umbrellas, and pipes: 233 Strips of wood for cornices, with use of mechanical saws.

XVIII

3.0 234 Strips of wood for cornices, without use of mechanical saws..

XIII

1.6 235 Canes, umbrellas, whips, and pipes, with use of mechanical saws (a).. XVII 236 Canes, umbrellas, whips, and pipes, without use of mechanical saws (c). IX

1.0 Cooperage: 237 Barrels, with machinery (a)

XVIII

3.0 238 Barrels, without machinery (a).

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1.1 Horn, ivory, mother-of-pearl, amber, etc.: 239 Horn, ivory, mother-of-pearl, bone, tortoise shell, manufacture of, with machinery..

XIV

1.8 240 Same as above, without machinery

VIII

.9 241 Amber, coral, meerschaum, manufacture of, with machinery.

V 242 Amber, coral, meerschaum, manufacture of, without machinery.

III
Carpenters and cabinetmakers (performing work not included under any other

subgroup):
243 Carpenters and cabinetmakers, working with machinery (including ci
lar saws)..

XXI

4.5 244 Same as above (exclusive of circular saws).

XVIII

3.0 245 Carpenters and cabinetmakers, working without machinery.

XIII

1.6 246 Carpenters and cabinetmakers, working on scaffolding or staging.

XXI

4.5 247 Manufacture of venetian blinds, with power saws.

XX

4.0 248 Manufacture of venetian blinds, without power saws..

VI 249 Shoe trees and wooden shoes, with power saws..

XVIII

3.0 250 Shoe trees and wooden shoes, without power saws.

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1.1 251 Impregnation of wood ().....

XIII

1.6 Carving, inlaid work, wood turning, and other delicate woodwork: 252 Wood carvers and inlaid woodworkers.

IX

1.0 253 Wood turners, using power saws.

XVI

2.3 254 Wood turners, without power saws.

XI

1.2 255 Wooden ware and wooden toys, with machinery

XV

2.0 256 Wooden ware and wooden toys, without machinery

XI

1.2 257 Crayons, pencil boxes, and similar office supplies.

XII

1.4 258 Manufacture of match splints, with machinery

XV

2.0 259 Manufacture of match splints, without machinery.

IX

1.0 260 Wooden sticks.

XIV

1.8 261 Fans, with use of power saws.

XV

2.0 262 Fans, without use of power saws.

VIII Sawmills and wood planing: 263 Wood sawing (lumber, firewood, hard-wood flooring, staves) with use of power saws, including circular saws....

XXIII

5.5 264 Same as above, with use of power saws but exclusive of circular saws. XIX

3.5 265 Same as above, with use of handsaws..

XV

2.0 266 Planing....

XVIII

3.0 c Premium to be increased if use is made of circular saws. • The premium may be modified according to the danger presented by the substances employed and the system of impregnation.

CLASSIFICATION OF ENTERPRISES, INDUSTRIES, AND PROFESSIONS, BY DEGREE

OF RISK; AND PREMIUM FOR EACH RISK CLASS-Continued.

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Appliances for lighting, heating, electricity, and exact instruments in general: 274 Appliances for lighting, heating, hydraulic work, manufacture, and Installation (a)..

XII

1.4 275 Appliances enumerated above, manufacture but without installation (b). IX

1.0 276 Scientific instruments and appliances (chemical, pharmaceutical, surgical, mathematical, physical, and optical), with machinery (C).

XI

1.2 277 Same as above, without machinery (c)...

VII

.8 278 Scales, weights, and measures, with machinery (C).

XI

1.2 279 Scales, weights, and measures, without machinery (C).

VII 280 Ordinary timepieces..

.6 281 Tower clocks, manufacture and installation (d)..

1.1 Firearms: 282 Ordinary firearms, with machinery (e).

XV

2.0 283 Ordinary firearms, without machinery (C).

XI

1.2 284 Artillery.

XVIII

3.0 Ship yards: 285 (a) Large establishments for construction of wooden and iron ships, including machine shops..

XXV

7.5 286 (b) Construction of wooden ships and boats, with power saws..

XXI

4.5 287 (c) Same as above, without power saws..,

XIX

3.5 (d) Construction of barges, boats, etc., with power saws..

XVII

2.6 289 (e) As above, without power saws (the repair work, calking, etc., shall be

assimilated, according to its importance and the mode and place of
execution, to one of the preceding groups).

XIII

1.6 290 Breaking up of wooden ships..

XXIX

15.0 291 Breaking up of iron ships..

XXXI

25.0 292 Dry docks, management (not including the repair of ships or any work on board ship).

XV

2.0 Carts and carriages: 293 Ordinary carts and carriages, with use of power saws.

XVI

2.3 294 Ordinary carts and carriages, without use of power saws.

XIII

1.6 295 Railroad and tramway cars..

XVIII

3.0 Musical instruments and accessories: 296 Musical instruments not otherwise specified in the tariff, with machinery. XII

1.4 297 Same as above, without machinery.

VIII

.9 298 Organs, pianos, harmoniums, with use of power saws..

XVI 299 Organs, pianos, harmoniums, without use of power saws.

XI

1.2 300 Harmonicas, with machinery

XI

1.2 301 Harmonicas, without machinery

V

.6 302 Musical strings, catgut.

IV

.5 303 Musical strings, metal.

VII

.8 Machines and machine shops in general: 304 Manufacture of boilers for industrial uses.

XXI 305 Demolition of boilers for industrial uses..

XXIII

5.5 306 Agricultural machinery...

XVI

2.3 307 Construction and repair of grinding mills, with use of power saws.

XIX

3.5 308 Construction and repair of grinding mills, without use of power saws..

XVI

2.3 309 Automobiles (increase of premium if testing is included).

XVI

2. 3 310 Bicycles...

XIV

1.8 311 Sewing machines and typewriters.

XI

1. 2 312 Pumps (with increase of premium if work in wood is included).

XIV

1.8 313 Weaving looms and other implements for weaving.

XIII

1.6 314 Grinders and assemblers of machinery..

XIX

3. 5 a If the work of installation is done upon the outside of buildings or on scaffoldings or if use is made of power or of foundry work the premium must be increased. o If use is made of power or of foundry work the premium must be increased. < Premiums are increased if use is made of power saws. d The premium to be increased if it is combined with work outside of the towers. e With increase of premium if it is combined with the charging of cartridges.

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CLASSIFICATION OF ENTERPRISES, INDUSTRIES, AND PROFESSIONS, BY DEGREE

OR RISK; AND PREMIUM FOR EACH RISK CLASS-Continued.

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Iron and steel (manufacture, smelting, and early manufacturing processes): 320 Iron and steel foundries, large establishments..

XXII

5.0 321 Iron and steel foundries, small establishments, with machinery.

XVIII

3.0 322 Iron and steel foundries, small establishments, without machinery.

XIII

1.6 323 Blacksmith shops..

XIX

3.5 324 Forging hammers, large establishments.

XIX

3.5 325 Forging hammers, small establishments.

XVI

2.3 326 Iron and steel rolling ..

XIX

3.5 327 Iron and steel wire drawing, hot.

XIX

3. 5 Various metals, exclusive of iron and steel (smelting and early manufacturing

processes): 328 Smelting of various metals, large establishments.

XV

2.0 329 · Smelting of various metals, small establishments, with machinery

XIII

1.6 330 Smelting of various metals, small establishments, without machinery.

X

1.1 331 Rolling of various metals, large establishments..

XIII

1.6 332 Wire drawing, various metals, hot (exclusive of precious metals).

XVIII

3.0 333 Wire drawing of precious metals....

VI

...7 334 Manufacture of tín plate.

XV

2.0 335 Gold beaters, with machinery

X

1.1 336 Gold beaters, without machinery

III 337 Gold and silver plate..

VIII

.9 338 Metal grinding...

XIII

1.6 Goldsmithing, silversmithing, jewelry: 339 Silversmithing, with machinery

X

1.1 340 Silversmithing, without machinery.

III 341 Goldsmithing and jewelry, with machinery.

IV

5 342 Goldsmithing and jewelry, without machinery.

III
Implements and utensils, metal furniture and various articles:
343 Blacksmiths and locksmiths, working in iron and steel, not otherwise

specified in the tariff, exclusive of smelting and for work performed in
the shop, with machinery (b).....

XIV

1.8 344 Same as above, without machinery (0)

VIII

.9 345 Same as above, working on scaffolding or staging (0)

XIX

3.5 316 Knives, scythes, cutting arms, etc., with machinery

XIII

1.6 347 Knives, scythes, cutting arms, etc., without machinery.

IX

1.0 348 Files, rasps, and saws.

XIII

1.6 349 Metallic springs for vehicles or large machinery

XVI

2. 3 350 Metallic springs of small size..

XIII

1.6 351 Screws.

XI

1.2 352 Horseshoers..

XIX

3. 5 353 Iron furniture and safes, with machinery

XIV

1.8 354 Iron furniture and safes, without machinery:

IX

1.0 355 Tinsmiths, plumbers, and zinc workers, in the shop, with machinery

XVI

2. 3 356 Tinsmiths, plumbers and zinc workers, in the shop, without machinery. XII

1.4 357 Working on roofs, staging, or scaffolding (6)

XXIV

6.5 358 Brass working.

XII

1.4 359 Coppersmith manufacturing, objects of home use.

XIV

1.8 360 Metallic pens..

X

1.1 361 Metal stamping and pressing, with machinery

XII

1.4 362 Metal stamping and pressing, without machinery.

VI

.7 363 Cartridges, exclusive of charging..

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1.1 364 Metal novelties and jewelry, with machinery

XI

1.2 365 Metal novelties and jewelry, without machinery

VII

.8 366 Needles and pins..

X

1.1 367 Screws and bolts..

XIV

1.8 368 Nails, with machinery.

XII

1.4 369 Nails, without machinery.

X

1.1 370 Iron points.

XII

1.4 371 Wire, metal rope, and cables

XII

1. 4 372 Metal netting, including wire drawing..

XVI

2.3 The premium may be increased for shops of small construction using factory work and for repairs done outside the machine shop.

For mixed work, that is, such as is performed partly in the shop and partly on scaffolding, an intermediate premium proportionate to the importance of operations performed under the two different conditions of risk.

CLASSIFICATION OF ENTERPRISES, INDUSTRIES, AND PROFESSIONS, BY DEGREE

OF RISK; AND PREMIUM FOR EACH RISK CLASS-Continued.

Indus

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Industry.

Risk class.

Annual premium rates in per cent

of wages.

NETALS-concluded. Implements and utensils, metal furniture and various articles - Concluded. 373 Metal netting, exclusive of wire drawing.

XI

1. 2 374 Type for printing..

IX

1.0 375 Metal turners.

XVI

2. 3 376 Metal chases.

IV

.5 Finishing of inetal products: 377 Grinding and polishing metals, with machinery (a)..

XIV

1.8 378 Grinding and polishing metals, without machinery (a).

VIII

.9 379 Silver plating, gold plating, nickel plating, and varnishing..

IX

1.0 380 Enameling metals.

XII

1.4 381 Electric plating....

V

.6 MINERALS. (b) Clay, gravel, and coloring earths: 382 Digging clay, gravel, sand, and coloring earths...

XVIII

3.0 Mineral fuels: 383 Hard and soft coal mines.

XIX

3.5 384 Turf pits....

XI

1.2 Metals: 385 Metal mining, including smelting...

XX

4.0 Stones: 386 Stone quarries not mentioned in the tariff, with underground work. XXIII

5.5 387 Stone quarries not mentioned in the tariff, without underground work... XIX

3.5 388 Marble, granite, and porphyry, with inclined plane...

XXIV

6.5 389 Marble, granite, and porphyry, without inclined plane.

XXII

5. O 390 Lava, pozzolana, and tufa stone quarries.....

XXIV

6.5 Sulphur: 391 Sulphur mining, including working up of the mineral.

XXIV

6.5 Various minerals: 392 Asbestos mining.

XXII

5.0 393 Asphalt mining (asphaltic, bituminous rock).

XXII

5.0 394 Graphite mining.

XVIII

3.0 395 Mica and barytes and magnesite quarries.

XX

4.0 396 Petroleum mining.

XVIII

3.0 397 Rock salt mining.

XIX

3.5 398 Salt works..

IX

1.0 399 Ice cutting

XIX

3.5 Working up of the products of mining: (C) 400 Blast furnaces.

XXI

4. 5 401 Limekiln, cement, and gypsum ovens, including grinding mills.

XVII

2.6 402 Limekiln, cement, and gypsum ovens, without grinding mills.

XI

1.2 403 Sulphur refining, sublimation, and grinding..

XVI

2.3 404 Gravel, machine crushing.

XIX

3. 5 405 Gravel, hand crushing..

XXIII

5. 5 406 Manufacture of emery.

XII

1.4 407 Crushing of stones and earths.

XVII

2.6 408 Chiselers, working upon scaffolding or staging.

XX

4.0 409 Chiselers, not working on scaffolding or staging.

XVIII

3.0 410 Sculptors and marble-cutters, working on scaffolding or staging.

XVIII

3.0 411 Sculptors and marble-cutters, working in shops..

XIV

1.8 412 Sawing and mechanical working up of marble and other stones.

XVII

2.6 413 Millstones and grindstones.

XVII

2.6 414 Slate and lava working.

XII

1.4 415 Precious stone working.

XIII

1.6 a The premium to be increased if use is made of large and rapid grinding machines.

For the classes comprised under the first to the sixth subgroups, inclusive, the premium may be increased if the condition of work was unfavorable; that is: First, sliding of the material and danger that several persons might be crushed at once; second, frequent use of explosives; third, excavations not continued according to the regulations of the trade; fourth, large size, great depth or activity of the mines or quarries; fifth, dangerous methods of transportation or use of mechanical tools; sixth, production of deleterious or explosive gases. The premium may be reduced if the working up of the material (the crushing of gravel, roasting and pulverizing ores, sawing stones, refining, etc.), is insured at the same time with the mines or quarries, unless these processes have already been included under the different classes. Still greater reduction may be granted if the work is performed by hand or in several places. The premium may also be reduced when the extraction of the ore takes place at such a slight depth that the entire danger of falling materials is excluded or is no use is made of explosives or of animal or mechanical traction.

• Extraction of the metal, roasting, smelting, and washing of minerals, when executed in independent establishments.

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Spinning and operation preparatory and accessory thereto: (a)

Mechanical washing of the wool.
Wool and cotton carding.
Artificial wool.
Combing of hemp, wool, and flax (premium to be reduced if the work is

done by hand)
Silk spinning:
Spinning, exclusive of silk or waste but comprising preparatory accessory

processes.
Silk waste working..
Other textile waste working (exclusive of silk).
Yarn twisting in general..
Yarn twisting, with machinery

Yarn twisting, without machinery.
Weaving and preparatory processes, not including spinning:

Machine weaving (b).

Hand weaving (b).
Preparation of yarn and tissues:
Preparation of the yarn or tissues (bleaching, finishing, shearing, carding,

fulling, etc., exclusive of dyeing or printing), with machinery
Same as above, without machinery.
Printing of cloth...
Dyeing of yarn or cloth, with machinery.

Dyeing of yarn or cloth, without machinery.
Tissues in general and other woven articles (the processes united):

Manufactures of hemp, jute, and flax..
Cotton manufactures
Manufactures of wool and of animal hair weaving.
Silk manufactures.
Manufactures of knit goods, lace, ribbons, passementerie, and similar arti-

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TRANSPORTATION.

453

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Porters, elevators, cranes, etc.: 439 Loading and unloading of ships and ferrying..

XXIV

6.5 440 Porters at seaports...

XX

4.0 441 Porters in other places (C)...

XVII

2.6 442 Street messengers...

XIII

1.6 443 Storehouses in general, the entire personnel, including the use of mechanical appliances..

XVIII

3.0 444 Same as above, without use of mechanical appliances..

XVI

2. 3 445 Packing, without transportation.

XII

1.4 446 Operating elevators, windlasses, cranes, and other mechanical appliances lor listing...

XXI

4.5 Railroads: 447 Personnel of the repair shops.

XV

2.0 448 General administration and management of the stations.

XI

1. 2 449 Traction and maneuvering..

XIX

3.5 450 Train service..

XVII

2.6 451 Common laborers.

XVII

2.6 452 Miscellaneous employees.

XV

2.5 Tramways: Horse cars, the entire personnel.

XVI

2.3 454 Steam cars, the entire personnel.

XV 455 Steam cars, train service.

XVII

2.6 456 Electric tramways, car employees.

XVI

2.3 Transportation in carts, carriages, etc., and telephones: 457 Heavy carts (for construction material, coal, lumber, furniture, boxes, animals, etc.)...

XXIII

5.5 458 Light carts (carts for merchandise of small weight and volume, carts on springs, etc.).

XVIII

3.0 459 Transportation firms, the entire personnel..

XXI

4. 5 460 Carriages and omnibuses, in the mountains.

XX

4.0 461 Carriages and omnibuses, in the plains.

XVI

2.3 462 Funeral processions.

IX

1.0 463 Automobiles, chauffeur.

XXVI

9.0 & The processes mentioned in this subgroup of textiles which do not bear the designation with or without machinery are mechanical processes altogether or partly. If, however, they are entirely performed by hand the indicated premium may be reduced.

The premium may be modified if, on account of the nature of the material used or the article manufactured, there is evidently a variation from the average risk.

The premium may be reduced if transporation is accomplished without mechanical appliances, without animal traction or in general in case of light articles of small bulk not offering any special danger.

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