Ohio Constitution
The 1851 Constitution with amendments current through March 2020


II.37 Eight hour day on public work

Except in cases of extraordinary emergency, not to exceed eight hours shall constitute a day's work, and not to exceed forty-eight hours a week's work, for workmen engaged on any public work carried on or aided by the state, or any political sub-division thereof, whether done by contract, or otherwise.

(Adopted September 3, 1912.)

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