The Apprentices Act 1894 [22/1894 (57 Vic. No.22)], also known as 'An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to Apprentices' dealt with apprenticeships in the modern sense, as labour contracts between masters and those learning a trade. It set out rules for wages, penalties, and how an apprentice could enter and leave employment. It was repealed by the Apprentices Act 1901.
1894 - 1901 Apprentices Act 1894
1901 - 1969 Apprentices Act 1901
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Created: 27 February 2014, Last modified: 10 June 2021