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SECTION 660
Commissioner's powers of investigation
Labor (LAB) CHAPTER 31, ARTICLE 19
§ 660. Commissioner's powers of investigation. The commissioner or his
authorized representative shall have power: (a) to investigate the wages
of persons in any occupation in the state; (b) to enter the place of
business or employment of any employer for the purpose of (1) examining
and inspecting any and all books, registers, payrolls and other records
that in any way relate to or have a bearing upon the wages paid to, or
the hours worked by any employees, (2) ascertaining whether the
provisions of this article and the orders and regulations promulgated
hereunder are being complied with; and (c) to require from any employer
full and correct statements and reports in writing, at such times as the
commissioner may deem necessary, of the wages paid to and the hours
worked by his employees.