California Labor Code Section 152

The Chief of the Division of Labor Statistics and Research and employees of the division authorized by him may issue subpoenas to compel the attendance of witnesses and production of books, papers and records; administer oaths; examine witnesses under oath; take the verification or proof of written instruments; and take depositions and affidavits for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this code and performing the duties which the division is required to perform. They shall have free access to all places of labor. Any person, or agent or officer thereof, who willfully neglects or refuses to furnish statistics requested by the division, which are in his possession, or under his control, or who refuses to admit the chief or his authorized employee to a place of labor, is guilty of a misdemeanor. The Director of Industrial Relations may direct the chief and the employees of other divisions of the department to transmit to the Division of Labor Statistics and Research any statistical information in their possession, or to conduct investigations and otherwise assist the Division of Labor Statistics and Research in the gathering of whatever statistics the director deems desirable.
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