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(1)Subject to such conditions as the Secretary of State may by regulations prescribe, the provisions of this Part of this Act with respect to the general conditions as to hours of employment of women and young persons, notices fixing hours of employment, overtime employment of women and young persons, prohibition of use of rooms during intervals, and annual holidays shall not apply to the employment of women and young persons who have attained the age of sixteen in processes connected with—
(a)the preserving, canning or curing of fish or the preparing of fish for sale; or
(b)the preserving or canning of fruit or vegetables during the months of June, July, August and September;
where such processes require to be carried out without delay in order to prevent goods from being spoiled.
(2)Where an occupier avails himself of this exception, the notice required to be served and posted by an occupier availing himself of any special exception need not, except in so far as regulations made under this section so require, specify the period of employment or the intervals to be allowed for meals or rest.
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