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Wages (standard time rates). Board of trade (Labour department). Report on standard time rates of wages in the United Kingdom in 1900; with comparative tables. Presented to both houses of Parliament by command ...

Corporate Author: Great Britain.
Related Names: Smith, H. Llewellyn 1864-1945.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for H.M. Stationery Off., by Darling & Son, 1900.
Subjects: Wages.
Hours of labor.
Hours of labor > Great Britain.
Wages > Great Britain.
Great Britain.
Note: Continued by another publication, with same title, October, 1906 (Cd. 3245).
Found also in Parliamentary sessional papers, 1900: House of Lords, v. 97; House of commons, v. 82. With its Wages (Standard piece rates ... London, 1900.
"Prepared in continuation of the volume on Standard time rates which formed part III, of the first rport of the Labour department on Wages and hours oflabour, published in 1894."
Physical Description: xii, 210 pages 25 cm.
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