9. The Commission may make regulations:
(a) To regulate the exercise of its powers, its internal management and the duties of its staff;
(b) To define the mode of convening and the conducting of its sittings, committees and conferences, the procedure at its investigations and the form of reports which must be made to it;
(c) To render it compulsory for any professional employer to have a registration system of all labour governed by it or to keep a register in which are stated the name in full and residence of each employee in his employ, his competency, the precise hour at which the work was begun, interrupted, resumed and finished each day, the nature of and the wage paid for such work, mentioning the mode and time of payment and any other information deemed useful in the application of an ordinance;
(d) To compel any category of professional employers to transmit a monthly report in writing giving the full name and address of each employee in his employ, his competency, the duration and nature of the regular and overtime work done each week and the wage paid;
(e) To levy upon the professional employers contemplated by an ordinance a sum not exceeding one per cent of the wages paid to their employees and to fix the maximum wage which shall be subject to the levy, as well as the minimum of wages paid annually by the employer of a given category in order that he be subject to the levy;
(f) To compel every professional employer to post up and keep posted up in a conspicuous place of the establishment accessible to employees, all ordinances, regulations or documents which the Commission may transmit for such purpose;
(g) To compel every employer, unless expressly exempted therefrom by the Commission, to deliver to the employee his wage in a sealed envelope on which shall be written: his surname and Christian names, the date of the week and working period, the number of hours paid for, the wage rate per hour, the category or class to which the employee belongs, and the amount contained in the envelope; this envelope shall be initialed by the person who made up the pay.
The regulations contemplated in paragraphs a and b shall come into force upon the approval of the Gouvernement, and those contemplated in paragraphs c, d, e, f and g, upon their publication in the Gazette officielle du Québec after such approval.
Municipal corporations, school corporations, the Conseil scolaire de l’île de Montréal, agencies of the Crown, fabriques, corporations of trustees for the erection of churches, hospital centres, charitable institutions, religious institutions, educational institutions and parity committees are not subject to the levy provided for in paragraph e of this section.
The employer of an employee contemplated in subparagraph c of the first paragraph of section 2 is not subject to the obligations provided for in subparagraphs c, d, e and g.
In the absence of provision regulating any detail or particular case subject to the regulating authority of the Commission, the latter may provide therefor, by resolution, with the same effect.
R. S. 1964, c. 144, s. 8; 1971, c. 48, s. 161; 1972, c. 60, s. 30; 1977, c. 5, s. 14; 1979, c. 3, s. 2.