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ABSTRACT of Annual Accidents Account Agricultural and Dairy Amalgamated amount Annual Returns Assets Association award Balance Benefit Society Branch Bridge Buildings cational claim Club and Institute Co-opera Co-operative Agricultural Co-operative Dairy Co-operative Industrial Coal Colliery Contributions COUNTY Credit Creditors Days Death December Deficit Depositors deposits Distri District Co-operative ditto ductive East Employers Employment Estab Expenses Fixtures Friendly Society Funds given Green Hall High-street Hill Holders Hotel House Incapacity Industrial and Provident Industrial Co-operative Industries and Trades Invest LANCASTER Land Limited lishment Liverpool Lodge London Loss Loyal Manage Manchester Manufacturing Men's Club ments Mill Mutual NAME AND REGISTERED North Number operative Order paid payment Post Office Profit PROVIDENT SOCIETIES Receipts received REGISTERED OFFICE Registrar Reserve resulted from Injury road rules Sales Scheme School Shares Sick Societies Act South Stock street Tent tive Trade Trade Union Union United Value weeks West Workmen YORKS
Página 9 - That any workman shall not become a member of any friendly society other than the shop club or thrift fund. 2. It shall be an offence under this Act if an employer shall make it a condition of employment that any workman shall join a shop club or thrift fund...
Página 188 - ... and Hours of Labour in the United Kingdom, in 191o," two tables which give the average weekly earnings of railwaymen in (1) the United Kingdom, and (2) various parts of the United Kingdom separately. The figures are based on information supplied by twenty-seven railway companies, employing over 9o per cent of the total number of railway servants in the United Kingdom ; they relate to workpeople employed in the coaching, goods, locomotive and engineers...
Página 66 - A. m. to 5 pm on the first five days, and 'from 7 a. m to half past 12 pm on Saturday, with meal hours the same as in summer. No reduction to be made when men cannot see the full time. 2. RATE OF WAGES. Wages shall be paid by the hour at the average rate of 8i<f. per hour; or £1 17*.
Página 175 - ... and £45,000 in 1897. It will thus be seen that the rate of increase in 1898 was more than maintained in 1899. Great, however, as was the rise of wages in 1899, it has been considerably exceeded in the eight months of 1900 which have already elapsed. The changes recorded during this period have affected nearly a million individuals, and have resulted in a net increase of more than £150,000 a week, by far the greatest rise yet recorded in any similar period. As in the previous year, the most...
Página 29 - ... (3) No scheme shall be so certified which contains an obligation upon the workmen to join the scheme as a condition of their hiring.
Página 8 - April 1899 to consider and report upon the best means of improving the condition of the Aged Deserving Poor, and of providing for those of them who are helpless and infirm; and to inquire whether any of the Bills dealing with Old Age Pensions, and submitted to Parliament during the present session, can with advantage be adopted either with or without amendment.
Página 66 - ... 4. OVERTIME. All overtime made by the request of the employers to be paid by the hour at time and a quarter up to lO'pm on the first five days of the week.
Página 8 - Cap. 44: An Act to empower Local Authorities to advance Money for enabling persons to acquire the ownership of small houses in which they reside (Small Dwellings Acquisition Act, 1899).