Safety-appliance in a sentence

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The safety-appliance law, for the better protection of the lives and limbs of railway employees, which was passed in 1893, went into full effect on August 1, 1901.
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In my last annual Message the attention of the Congress was called to the necessity of enlarging the safety-appliance law, and it is gratifying to note that this law was amended in important respects.
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The safety-appliance law, as amended by the act of March 2, 1903, has proved beneficial to railway employees, and in order that its provisions may be properly carried out, the force of inspectors provided for by appropriation should be largely increased.
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Examples of Safety-appliance

Example #1
It has resulted in averting thousands of casualties.
Example #2
Railroad companies in the District ought to be required by law to block their frogs.
Example #3
With the increasing railway mileage of the country, the greater number of men employed, and the use of larger and heavier equipment, the urgency for renewed effort to prevent the loss of life and limb upon the railroads of the country, particularly to employees, is apparent.
Example #4
Prompt heed should be paid to the need of education for the children in this Territory.
Example #5
This service is analogous to the Steamboat-Inspection Service, and deals with even more important interests.
Example #6
The law of 1901, requiring interstate railroads to make monthly reports of all accidents to passengers and employees on duty, should also be amended so as to empower the Government to make a personal investigation, through proper officers, of all accidents involving loss of life which seem to require investigation, with a requirement that the results of such investigation be made public.