(c) An amount equal to double the amount recoverable by the 5
injured employee, but not to exceed $15,000, if the injured employee is a minor of 6
permit age or older
and at the time of the injury is employed, required, suffered, or 7
permitted to work at prohibited employment.”.
The department or persons designated by the department may 10
issue certificates of age for minors individuals
under rules the department deems 11
necessary. In issuing a certificate of age for a minor
, the department or person 12
designated by the department shall accept as evidence of the minor's individual's
the evidence specified in s. 103.73 (1) (a) in the manner specified in s. 103.73 (1) (a).
The certificate is conclusive evidence of the age of the
to whom 2
issued in any proceeding under any of the labor laws and under ch. 102 as to any act 3
or thing occurring subsequent to the date the certificate was issued.”.
The fee for issuance of permits and certificates of age shall be paid 11
by the employer, but when. If
the minor individual for whom the permit or certificate
advances the fee to the permit officer,
the minor individual
shall be 13
reimbursed by the minor's
employer not later than at the end of the minor's his or
first pay period.”.
The treatment of section 102.60 (1m) (c) of the statutes first applies to an 18
injury or death occurring on the effective date of this subsection.”.