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A publication which will be written down as dull by most of us, but which is nevertheless important, is the International Survey of Legal Decisions on Labour Law (1928) (International Labour Office, Geneva, 8s.). This collection of cases can only be usefully studied in connexion with the labour laws of the respective countries and a recordof their judicialinterpretation, the necessary data for which have also been supplied by the International Labour Office in its Legislative Series, published continually since 1920, and in sundry issues of the International Labour Review. There is a useful prefatory note on the Competent Authorities of each country having jurisdiction in Labour matters.
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