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London: THE LABOUR REPRESENTATION PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
(Trade Union), 3, NEW ROAD, WOOL WICH.
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR LEGISLATION.
(German Empire) : Notification to repeal provisions of the Accident Insurance Acts
in favour of the Grand-Duchy of Luxemburg. 9th May, 1905 ·
Agreement concluded between France and Italy relating to compensation for
injuries resulting from industrial accidents. 9th June, 1906
Convention between France and Luxemburg relating to compensation for injuries
resulting from industrial accidents. 27th June, 1906 .
NATIONAL LABOUR LEGISLATION.
1. LAWS AND ORDERS.
Denmark : Order extending the provisions of Act No. 54, dated 1st April, 1905,
relating to the insurance of seamen against the consequences of accidents arising
in the shipping industry to ships belonging to the State in the service of the
Ministry of Agriculture and the Department of Water Works, if their gross
registered tonnage amounts to 20 tons or more. 9th December, 1906 .
Notification respecting exemptions from the prohibition of employment in
factories, etc., on the festivals of the National Church. 22nd January, 1906
Act regulating the compulsory notification by medical practitioners of accidents
in agriculture and forestry. 4th April, 1906 Order to bring into force in the Faroe Islands Act No. 65, dated 30th March, 1906,
relating to the extension to other branches of the shipping industry, etc., of
Act No. 71, dated 3rd April, 1900, relating to the accident insurance of Danish
fishermen. both August, 1906
Act to regulate Aid Clubs. 4th May, 1907
United States of America : An Act to regulate the immigration of aliens into the
United States. 20th February, 1907
Massachusetts : Resolutions relative to an amendment of the Federal Constitution
enabling Congress to enact laws regulating hours of labour. 23rd and 28th
France : Act relating to the insurance of French seamen against the risks and
accidents of their calling. 29th December, 1905
Decree publishing the Convention signed at Paris, 27th June, 1906, between
France and Luxemburg, relating to compensation for injuries resulting from
industrial accidents. ioth November, 1906 .