HC Deb 01 February 1893 vol 8 c174

On Motion of Mr. John Burns, Bill to regulate the hours of labour to Eight per day, or forty-eight per week, in all trades and occupations, and to make provision enabling the organised members of any trade or occupation protesting by ballot against the same, to exempt such trade or occupation from its provisions, miners excepted, ordered to be brought in by Mr. John Burns, Mr. David Randell, Mr. Keir-Hardie, and Mr. Havelock Wilson.

Bill presented, and read first tune. [Bill 72]