To Limit The Number Of Working Hours In The Factories Of The Industrial

Original Language Title: , aby byl omezen počet pracovních hodin v závodech průmyslových

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80/1922 Sb.

The contract,

to limit the number of working hours in the factories of industrial on 8

hours per day and 48 hours per week.

Article 1.

"Industrial undertakings" within the meaning of this Agreement shall be considered, namely:

a) mines, quarries and mining businesses of all kinds,

b) undertakings in which articles are manufactured, alter, clean, repair,

complete, preparing for the sale, or in which the substances are converted,

counting to the shipbuilding, businesses engaged in cutting,

like production, conversion and transfer of power and electricity,

(c) construction, reconstruction), maintain, adapt or demolition of all

structures and buildings, railroads, street railways, ports, docks, dams,

channels, facilities for cruise inland, roads, tunnels, bridges,

pick-up sewers, wells, telegraphs and telephones, device device

Electric, gas, water, or other work of construction, as

the preparatory work and the Foundation, which referred to work,

(d)) to the right people or goods by road or pathways of ferrous or

while traveling, the sea or inland waterways, including the management of goods in

a wharf on the river banks, in the shipyards and warehouses, but excluding transport manual.

The rules on transport by sea and by road inland waterways shall designate

a Special Conference for the work of the sailors and boatmen. In each country will determine the

the competent authority of the boundaries between industry and trade with one party and

Agriculture with the other party.

Article 2.

In all industrial enterprises, public or private, or in

departments adhering to them, let are of any kind,

except where they are employed exclusively by members of one and the same

the family, not the length of working time the Persians převyšovati 8 hours a day and

forty-eight hours a week with the following exceptions:

and) provisions of this agreement do not apply to persons who hold any

instead of dohližitelské or the managers ' or a place that requires trust.

(b)) When, on the basis of the law or as a result of habit or Convention between

associations of employers and workers (or, when there is no such association,

between the representatives of employers and workers) is the length of the working time after a

day or more days a week less than 8 hours, the competent authority

or the contract between organisations or representatives of the mentioned zájemníků

ospravedlniti exceeding 8 hours on other days of the week. Exceeding the

referred to in this section shall never převyšovati one hour a day.

(c)) work in shifts, working time may be extended

over 8 hours per day and forty-eight hours a week provided that the diameter of the

working hours over a period of three weeks or less in the period does not exceed eight

hours a day and forty-eight hours a week.

Article 3.

The boundary of the working hours referred to in article 2. can be překročiti, when

grasses, or when an accident, or when it is necessary to produce such a diligent

work on machines or Munich, or in the case of force majeure, but only in

to the extent necessary to avoid a serious predicament arising for the proper

the running of the business.

Article 4.

The boundary of the working hours referred to in article 2. can be překročiti when

the works, whose performance as a result of the continuous nature of the work must be

secured successive shifts, with the condition that working hours

do not exceed an average of 56 hours a week. This adjustment must not be the Middle

go through the motions, which can be ensured by domestic law as workers

compensation for their weekly day of rest.

Article 5.

In exceptional cases where the limits laid down in article 2.

they could not and long life, and only in such cases may be contracts between

the workers ' and employers ' associations put in place for a longer period schedule

governing the length of daily working hours, if the authority of the Treaty, the

to be předložiti, the order of the arrangements in question.

The average working time allocated over the number of weeks included in the

the schedule, not on no way převyšovati forty-eight hours a week.

Article 6.

Regulation of public office will be established for each type of industry

and crafts:

and) permanent exceptions that need to be připustiti for the work of the preparatory or

additional that must be necessarily done outside the boundaries declared for the

the General work of the enterprise, or for certain kinds of people whose work is

only sporadic;

(b) temporary exceptions) should be připustiti, in order to allow the undertakings,

to conquering the increment of work.

These rules are to be released after previous úradě organisací employers

and workers concerned, where such organisations. In them shall be determined

the maximum number of hours over time, which may be in any case

allowed. The pay rate for these hours over time will increase at least by 25% for

compared to ordinary wage earners.

Article 7.

Each Government shall send to the International Labour Office:

and a list of works) are marked on the basis of their nature as necessarily

continuous in the sense of article 4,

(b)) the full report on the implementation of the agreements referred to in article 5,

(c)) the full reports on the actions that have been issued in the form of the order on the basis of article. 6. (a)

on their implementation.

The International Labour Office shall submit each year a report on this subject

the International Labour Organisation General Conference.


In order to facilitate the implementation of the contents thereof, is each

the employer shall be obliged to:

oznámiti prominent forwards) in its plant or in any other way

the Office approved hours, when the work of this and ends, or when the

the work takes place in shifts, hours, begins and ends with a duty cycle of each shift.

The clock will be set out in such a way that they do not exceed the boundaries of the

as indicated in this agreement, and men cannot be changed, than

in a way, that the authority has approved;

(b) oznámiti in the same way) breaks allowed at the time of the work, which is

not considered part of the hours of work;

(c)) zapisovati to the records approved by the laws of the particular country or

the order of the competent authority all hours over time carried out on the basis of the

articles 3. and 6. of this agreement.

Zaměstnávati of a person outside the hours fixed in accordance with paragraph a) or during the

hours allocated pursuant to paragraph (b)) is prohibited.

Article 9.

The implementation of this Treaty in Japan will be podléhati these changes and


a) "industrial undertakings" means in particular: companies calculated in

Article 1, paragraph a); the enterprises calculated in paragraph (b) of article 1.),

employ if at least 10 people; enterprises, calculated in paragraph (c)) article

1. subject to that undertaking falls under the definition of "factory"

by the competent authority; enterprises, calculated in paragraph (d)), except for article 1.

the transport of persons or goods by road, the administration of goods in a wharf, on the

the quays, shipyards and warehouses, as well as transportation manual, and without

regardless of the number of persons employed in industrial undertakings, they of the

calculated in paragraphs (b) and (c))) article 1, the competent authority should

He said a very dangerous or unhealthy work related.

(b)) the length of the actual working time of each person at least 15 years of age

employed in the business industrial, public or private, or

adhering to it departments, must not překročovati fifty-seven

hours per week, except in the raw silk industry, where the longest working

may obnášeti time for sixty hours per week.

(c)) the length of the actual work time must in no case překračovati

forty-eight hours per week for children under 15 years of age employed in

industrial enterprises, public or private, or departments to them

adhering, for the persons employed work underground in mines

regardless of their age.

(d)) Obmezení working hours may be amended under the conditions

as indicated in articles 2, 3, 4. and (5). This agreement, but the ratio between the

time granted the extension and time of a normal working week shall not

překračovati range resulting from provisions of the said articles.

e) weekly accords to all workers without distinction of the sector

24/7 peace of mind 24 hours.

(f) the Provisions of the industrial law of Japan), which obmezují its

force racing, where is of at least 15 people, will be

amended in such a way that this legislation will in future

vztahovati racing, where is zaměstnáváno at least 10 people.

(g) the Provisions of the preceding paragraph) of this article will be effective

1 at the latest. July 1922, however, the provisions contained in article 4.

How are the amended paragraph (d)) of this article, will be effective

1 at the latest. July 1923.

h) Border 15 years referred to in paragraph (c) of this article) will be increased to

16 years of age at the latest on 1 January 2000. July 1925.

Article 10.

In India, the British will be accepted the principle of šedesátihodinného of the week for all

workers employed in industrial plants of the time managed

the activities of the industry, the implementation of which ensures the Government of India,

Similarly as in the mines and in the sectors of railway, which will work for

this end computed by the competent authority. This Office can schváliti changes

within the limits of this referred to, however, it must be přihlížeti to the rules

articles 6. and 7. of this agreement.

The other provisions of this Treaty shall not apply to India, but later extending

obmezení working hours will be treated to a next meeting

the General Conference.

Article 11.

The provisions of this agreement do not apply to China, Persia and Siam, but

obmezení working time in those countries must be consulted on any

the next meeting of the General Conference.

Article 12.

For the implementation of this agreement in Greece can be the beginning of the period of validity of the

its provisions were deported in accordance with article 19. 1. July 1923

for these industrial plants:

1. Factory on sírouhlík,

2. acid factory,

3. the tannery,

4. paper mill,

5. the printer,

6. saws,

7. the tobacco warehouses and businesses where tobacco is being prepared,

8. the work of mining, held under the open sky,

9. foundry,

10. lime works,

11. Dyeing Mill,

12. glass factory (blowers),

13. gas works (firemen),

14. the loading and stacking of goods,

and by 1. July 1924 for these enterprises industrial:

1. engineering industry: machine construction, the production of iron, weighing scales,

the bed, too, shot, iron and bronze foundry, sheet metal work, workshop

cínařské, production of hydraulic devices;

2. the industry construction: lime kilns, cement plant, sádrárny, brickworks,

factory tiles, pottery factories, cutting marble, ground and


3. textiles: spinning and weaving of all kinds, except

the two houses;

4. the foodstuffs industry: bakeries, production of edible pastas, wine production,

spirits and beverages, olejny, breweries, ice-making and rolling waters, production of

confectionery and chocolate, making sausages and canned goods, slaughterhouse and butcher's shop;

5. chemical industry: synthetic color factory, glass factory (except

blowers), production of essences and turpentine now wine production of oxygen and

products, pharmacy, production of linseed oil, production of Glycerin, production

calcium carbide gas works (except firemen);

6. leather industry: factory for footwear, leather goods factories;

7. the paper and printing industry: the production of envelopes, záznamních books,

boxes, bags, bookbinding workshop, lithographic and zinkografické;

8. clothing industry: workshops for the manufacture of clothes and linen, the manufacture of bedroom

blankets, artificial flowers and prýmkařství, adjustment of feathers, hats and


9. the timber industry: carpentry, cooperage, branch, production of tools

and of the chairs, the manufacture of frames, production of brushes and whisks;

10. industry: workshop for the manufacture of elektrářský stream, workshops for the device


11. carriage by land: employees of railroads and street railways, driver,

Coachmen and freight haulers.

Article 13.

For the implementation of this Treaty in Romania can be the beginning of the period of validity of the

its relegated in accordance with article 19. 1. July 1924.

Article 14.

The Government of each country may, under the provisions of this Treaty by regulation in

the event of war, or when events occur that threaten the safety of the


Article 15.

Official ratification of this agreement, under the conditions outlined in section XIII

The Versailles Treaty of 28 June. June 1919 and the Treaty of Saint-Germain peace

of 10 June 1999. September 1919 will be announced to the General Secretary of the Union of the peoples of the

and it will be recorded in the register.

Article 16.

Each Member of the International Labour Organisation, which shall approve this agreement,

agrees that it will also set out to do in their colonies, possessions and in

those of its protectorates, which are not managed entirely by themselves, in these


and that the provisions of the Treaty are not) neproveditelna as a result of local


(b)) that the changes that would be needed to accommodate the Convention

local conditions, will be able to be presented to it.

Each Member of the International Labour Office shall oznámiti the decision, which is in the

intend to do because on each of their colonies, neb the neb each

its protectorates, which are not managed completely by themselves.

Article 17.

Once registered with the Secretariat of the ratification of the two members of the International

Organization of work, it shall notify the Secretary General of the Union of the peoples of the

the fact all the members of the international organization of work.

Article 18.

This agreement shall enter into force on the date on which the Secretary General of the Union of the peoples of the

to do so, and will be vázati only members who have given zapsati its ratification

with the Secretariat. After this time, the Treaty shall enter into force for each

individual Member on the date of ratification of the Member will be written at the

the Secretariat.

Article 19.

Each Member which ratifies this agreement, Licensee agrees that it will

set out to do its provisions not later than 1 January 2006. July 1921 and to take

necessary measures to ensure that its provisions were implemented.

Article 20.

Each Member which has ratified this agreement, it may, after the expiry of the period

ten years from the date when the force, vypověděti document sent

the General Secretary of the Union of Nations, which it entered in the register.

The denunciation shall take effect until a year from then on, when it was registered at the

the Secretariat.

Article 21.

The Administrative Council of the International Labour Office shall at least every 10 years

předložiti General Conference a report on the implementation of this agreement and

decide whether to be given on the agenda of the Conference the question of the revise

or a change to this agreement.

Article 22.

The French and English texts of this Treaty are both authentic.

This Treaty was adopted at the General Conference of the international

Organization of the work of the League of Nations, which was held in accordance with the

arrangements contained in annex to the peace treaties entitled

"Work", in the period from 29. October to 29. November 1919 in Washington DC.

Did is that it was based on the resolution of the national

Assembly of 1 December. March 1921 approved the ratification of the Charter

April 30, 1921, which was President of the Czechoslovak Republic and

Minister of Foreign Affairs and signed on 24. August 1921 registered and

saved by the Secretary-General of the League of Nations in Geneva, which became

the Treaty was ratified by the Czech Republic the scope of

International. The National Assembly passed at the same time, the Minister for

things foreign, in agreement with the participating Ministers made

other measures needed to implement this agreement. Contract

Yet in addition to the Czechoslovak Republic have ratified these States: India,

Romania, Greece.

T. g. Masaryk in r.

Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.