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THE L A W

RELATIVE TO

MASTERS, WORKMEN, SERVANTS,

AND APPRENTICES,

IN ALL TRADES AND OCCUPATIONS.

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MOREOVER, there are workmen with thee in abundance, hewers and workers of stone and timber, and all manner of cunding men for every manner of work. Of the gold, the silver, and the brass, and the iron, there is no number. ARISE THEREFORE, and be doing, and the LORD be with thee.--1 CHRON. xxii. 15-16.

OF

THE LAW

RELATIVE TO

MASTERS, WORKMEN, SERVANTS,

AND APPRENTICES,
IN ALL TRADES AND OCCUPATIONS.

WITH

NOTES OF DECIDED CASES IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND,

AND

An Appendix of Acts of Parliament,

CONTAINING, AMONG OTHERS,

. "THE ARBITRATION ACT” OF 1824, AND “COUNCILS OF CONCILIATION ACT” AND

" MASTER AND SERVANT ACT” OF 1867.

TOGETHER WITH

FORMS OF PROCEEDINGS AND PROCEDURE.

TO ENABLE MASTERS AND WORKMEN TO ESTABLISH COURTS OF CONCILIATION

AND ARBITRATION, AND TO CARRY ON THE SAME.

BY ALEXANDER MACDONALD,

SOLICITOR, GLASGOW;
MEMBER OF THE FACULTY OF PROCURATORS, GREENOCK.

WILLIAM MACKENZIE:
LONDON, EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, AND DUBLIN.

1868.

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