N.Y. General Business Law Section 69-B

For the purposes of this article:


The term “child labor” shall be defined as employment of persons under sixteen years of age.


The term “factory” shall be defined as provided in the first sentence of paragraph nine of Labor Law § 2 (Definitions)section two of the labor law. Goods, wares and merchandise shall be deemed to be manufactured or produced for a factory if labor, other than that incident to agriculture or farming, be done for a factory at any place upon its work or upon any of the materials entering into its product, whether under contract or arrangement with any person in charge of or connected with such factory directly or indirectly through one or more contractors or other third persons.


The term “industrial home work” shall be defined as provided in Labor Law § 350 (Legislative purpose and definitions)section three hundred fifty of the labor law.


The term “employment” shall be defined as permitting or suffering another to work.


The term “notice” shall be deemed to include, but not to be confined to, information derived from a label affixed to goods, wares or merchandise or to any package, container, crate or unit of rolling stock in which the same are contained.

Source: Section 69-B — Definitions, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/GBS/69-B (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Nov. 25, 2023).

Nov. 25, 2023

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