114. (1) The Commission may, in its discretion, set up clinics and require workmen who are exposed to the inhalation of siliceous dust to undergo medical examination therein.
(2) The expenditure incurred for such clinics shall be paid by the Commission out of the accident fund and shall be levied by means of an addition to the assessment of the class to which the employers of the workmen for whom such clinics are established belong.
(3) The Commission may, in the same manner, contribute towards the expenses of such clinics established by employers.
(4) The Commission may by regulation require, for any class of industries in which, in its opinion, the workmen are exposed to the inhalation of siliceous dust, a periodical medical examination of the workmen in a clinic established or subsidized under this section.
(5) After the coming into force of any such regulation, no employer in any class mentioned therein may utilize the services of any workman who does not furnish him, at the time and in the manner determined by such regulation, with a certificate establishing that he is fit to hold an employment that may expose him to the inhalation of siliceous dust.
(6) Every employer who contravenes the provisions of the preceding subsection shall be liable to a fine of not more than two thousand dollars.
(7) In this section, the word “class” includes sub-classes or such part of a class or such number of classes or parts of classes of industries as the Commission may determine by regulation.