EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION (EXCERPT)
Act 176 of 1939
423.9f Mass picketing; threats or force, picketing private residence, misdemeanor.
It shall be unlawful (1) for any person or persons to hinder or prevent by masspicketing, unlawful threats or force the pursuit of any lawful work or employment, (2) to obstruct or interfere with entrance to or egress from any place of employment, (3) to obstruct or interfere with free and uninterrupted use of public roads, streets, highways, railways, airports, or other ways of travel or conveyance, or (4) to engage in picketing a private residence by any means or methods whatever: Provided, That picketing, to the extent that the same is authorized under constitutional provisions, shall in no manner be prohibited. Violation of this section shall be a misdemeanor and punishable as such.
History: Add. 1947, Act 318, Eff. Oct. 11, 1947
CL 1948, 423.9f
Am. 1949, Act 230, Imd. Eff. May 31, 1949