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SECTION 679
Records of employers
Labor (LAB) CHAPTER 31, ARTICLE 19-A
§ 679. Records of employers. Every employer shall keep true and
accurate records of hours worked by each employee, the wages paid, and
such other information as the commissioner deems material and necessary,
and shall, on demand, furnish to the commissioner or his duly authorized
representative a sworn statement of the same. Every employer shall keep
such records open to inspection by the commissioner or his duly
authorized representative at any reasonable time. Every employer of an
employee shall keep a digest or summary of this article and regulations,
which shall be prepared by the commissioner, posted in a conspicuous
place in his establishment and shall also keep posted such additional
copies of said digest or summary as the commissioner prescribes.
Employers shall, on request, be furnished with copies of this article
and regulations, and of digests or summaries thereof, without charge.

Employers shall permit the commissioner or his duly authorized
representative to question any individual employed by such employer in
the place of employment and during working hours in respect to the wages
paid and the hours worked when records of hours worked are required
under this article.