34. (1) Except in accordance with regulations made under this Act or any exemption granted under the proviso to this subsection no employer shall require any female employee to work in any industrial or agricultural undertaking between the hours of ten o’clock in the evening and five o’clock in the morning nor commence work for the day without having had a period of eleven consecutive hours free from such work:
Provided that the Director General may, on application made to him in any particular case, exempt in writing any female employee or class of female employees from any restriction in this subsection, subject to any conditions he may impose.
(2) Any person—
(a) who is affected by any decision made or condition imposed under the proviso to subsection (1); and
(b) who is dissatisfied with such decision or condition,
may within thirty days of such decision or condition being communicated to him appeal in writing therefrom to the Minister.
(3) In deciding any appeal made to him under subsection (2), the Minister may make such decision or order thereon, including the alteration or removal of any condition imposed or the imposition of any further condition, as appears just and such decision or order shall be final.
35. No female employee shall be employed in any underground working.
36. Notwithstanding the provisions of this Part the Minister may by order prohibit or permit the employment of female employees in such circumstances or under such conditions as may be described in such order.