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SR 1912 No. 227 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Gazetted 30 Nov 1912
Date of repeal 15 Oct 1913
Repealed by Statistics Regulations 1913 (Provisional)

STATUTORY RULES.

1912. No. 227.

provisional regulation under the census and STATISTICS ACT 1905.

I, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby certify that, on account of urgency, the following Regulation under the Census and Statistics Act 1905 should come into immediate operation, and make the Regulation to come into operation forthwith as a “Provisional Regulation.”

Dated this 27th day of November, One thousand nine hundred and twelve.

DENMAN,

Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

KING O’MALLEY,

Minister of State for Home Affairs.

Return of Trade Union Statistics.

1. (1) The Secretary, or Acting Secretary, or other officer of every Trade Union shall, within fourteen days after being required in writing by the Statistician or by an Agent and Correspondent duly appointed under Statutory Rules 1912, No. 12, so to do, furnish to the Statistician the particulars set out in the prescribed forms of return of Trade Union Statistics.

(2) In order to comply with this Regulation, the Secretary, Acting Secretary, or other officer, as the case may be, of every Trade Union, shall fill in the particulars in the prescribed forms, and shall sign the form and transmit it, either by post or otherwise, to the Statistician or to such Agent and Correspondent as aforesaid.

(3) In this Regulation “Trade Union” includes—

(a) Every Trade Union, whether registered or unregistered;

(b) Every Branch of a Trade;

(c) Every Association of the nature of a Trade Union, or having objects similar to those of a Trade Union; and

(d) Every Branch of an Association, coming within paragraph (c).

C.16428.—Price 3d.

(4) The prescribed forms of return of Trade Union Statistics are as follow:—

T.U. 18.

Office No.—

State—

Class No.—

Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics,

Labour and Industrial Branch, Melbourne.

TRADE UNION STATISTICS.

(Information required under the authority of the Census and Statistics Act 1905.)

Employment and Membership, Report for Quarter ended the

Branch Return.

This Return must be dispatched not later than the

Notice.—Individual Returns are regarded as strictly confidential, and will not be published separately or disclosed under any circumstances. Each question should be answered carefully, in order that further correspondence may be rendered unnecessary. Where the proper answer is “None,” that word or the figure “0” should be written in, so that the Bureau may know that the question has been attended to and answered by you. The information given must refer to your Branch only.

Full Name of Branch—

District or Locality covered by same—

Question.

Reply.

1. What was the Total Number of Members of your Branch on

Males.

Females.

2. (a) State, so far as you know, the Total Number of Members of your Branch who were unemployed for more than three days during the week ending the                                                                              , excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out…………….

(If exact numbers not available, approximate, or estimated figures will be of value.)

 

 

(b) If available, specify separately the number of such members who were unemployed—

 

 

(i.) On account of lack of work...........................................

(ii.) On account of sickness or accident...............................

(iii.) On account of other reasons.........................................

(Excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out.)

3. In your opinion, was employment in your district and in your trade during the week ended the                                Good, Moderate, or Bad……………….

 

4. Please state “Yes” or “No” whether any changes in rates of wages or hours of labour occurred in your district and in your trade during............................

5. Please state “Yes” or “No” whether any trade dispute (causing stoppage of work) occurred or was in progress in your district and in your trade during      

Were there any special circumstances affecting employment in your district and in your trade during the three months referred to? If so, give particulars—

Signature of Secretary or other Union Official supplying the above information—

Address—

Date—

(Remarks with reference to any question or matter, such as Short Time or Overtime, may be written on the back of this sheet.)

T.U. 19.

Office No.—

State—

Class No.—

Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics,

Labour and Industrial Branch, Melbourne.

TRADE UNION STATISTICS.

(Information required under the authority of the Census and Statistics Act 1905.)

Employment and Membership, Report for Quarter ended the

Head Office Return (exclusive of Country Branches).

This Return must be dispatched not later than the

Notice.—Individual Returns are regarded as strictly confidential, and will not be published separately or disclosed under any circumstances. Each question should be answered carefully, in order that further correspondence may be rendered unnecessary. Where the proper answer is “None,” that word or the figure “0” should be written in, so that the Bureau may know that the question has been attended to and answered by you. The information given must refer to your Local Organization only; separate Returns are being collected direct from your Branch Secretaries.

Full Name of Trade Union—

District or Locality covered by same—

Question.

Reply.

1. What was the Number of Members of your Local Organization on....

Males.

Females.

 

 

2. (a) State, so far as you know, the Total Number of Members of your Local Organization who were unemployed for more than three days during the week ending the                                                                              excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out

(If exact numbers not available, approximate or estimated figures will be of value.)

 

 

(b) If available, specify separately the number of such members who were unemployed—

 

 

(i.) On account of lack of work...........................................

(ii.) On account of sickness or accident...............................

(iii.) On account of other reasons.........................................

(Excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out.)

3. In your opinion, was employment in your district and in your trade during the week ended the                                                              Good, Moderate, or Bad……………………………………………………….

 

 

4. Please state “Yes” or “No” whether any changes in rates of wages or hours of labour occurred in your district and in your trade during............................

5. Please state “Yes” or “No” whether any trade dispute (causing stoppage of work) occurred or was in progress in your district and in your trade during      

Were there any special circumstances affecting employment in your district and in your trade during the three months referred to? If so, give particulars—

Signature of Secretary or other Union Official supplying the above information—

Address

Date

(Remarks with reference to any question or matter, such as Short Time or Overtime, may be written on the back of this sheet.)

T.U. 20.

Office No.—

State‑‑‑

Class No.—

Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics

Labour and Industrial Branch, Melbourne.

TRADE UNION STATISTICS.

(Information required under the authority of the Census and Statistics Act 1905.)

Employment and Membership, Report for Quarter ended the

Head Office Return for Whole State (inclusive of Branches).

This Return must be dispatched not later than the

Notice.—Individual Returns are regarded as strictly confidential, and will not be published separately or disclosed under any circumstances. Each question should be answered carefully, in order that further correspondence may be rendered unnecessary. Where the proper answer is “None,” that word or the figure “0” should be written in so that the Bureau may know that the question has been attended to and answered by you. The information given must refer to your whole Organization in your State, and must therefore include all Branches in your State.

Full Name of Trade Union—

Question.

Reply.

1. What was the Number of Members of your State Organization on......

Males.

Females.

 

 

2. (a) State, so far as you know, the Total Number of Members of your State Organization who were unemployed for more than three days during the week ending the                                                          , excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out……………………….

(If exact numbers not available, approximate or estimated figures will be of value.)

 

 

(b) If available, specify separately the number of such members who were unemployed—

 

 

(i.) On account of lack of work...........................................

(ii.) On account of sickness or accident...............................

(iii.) On account of other reasons.........................................

(Excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out.)

3. In your opinion, was employment in your trade during the week ended the            Good, Moderate, or Bad……………….

 

4. Please state “Yes” or “No” whether any changes in rates of wages or hours of labour occurred in your trade during...........................................................

5. Please state “Yes” or No whether any trade dispute (causing stoppage of work) occurred or was in progress in your trade during.............................

 

Were there any special circumstances affecting employment in your trade during the three months referred to? If so, give particulars—

Signature of Secretary or other Union Official supplying the above information—

Address—

Date—

(Please furnish on the back of this sheet a list of Branches in your State for which Returns as to membership and unemployment are included in this Report. Remarks with reference to any other question or matter, such as Short Time or Overtime, may also be written on the back.)

T.U. 21.

Office No,—

State—

Class No.—

Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics,

Labour and Industrial Branch, Melbourne.

TRADE UNION STATISTICS.

(Information required under the authority of the Census and Statistics Act 1905.)

Employment and Membership, Report for Quarter ended the

This Return must be dispatched not later than the

Notice.—Individual Returns are regarded as strictly confidential, and will not be published separately or disclosed under any circumstances. Each question should be answered carefully, in order that further correspondence may be rendered unnecessary, Where the proper answer is “None,” that word or the figure “0” should be written in, so that the Bureau may know that the question has been attended to and answered by you,

Full Name of Trade Union—

District or Locality covered by same—

Question.

Reply.

1. What was the Total Number of Members of your Organization on.....

Males.

Females.

 

 

2. (a) State, so far as you know, the Total Number of Members of your Organization who were unemployed for more than three days during the week ending the                                                     , excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out……………………….

(If exact numbers not available, approximate or estimated figures will be of value.)

 

 

(b) If available, specify separately the number of such members who were unemployed—

 

 

(i.) On account of lack of work...........................................

(ii.) On account of sickness or accident...............................

(iii.) On account of other reasons.........................................

(Excluding those out of work through strike or lock-out.)

3. In your opinion, was employment in your trade during the week ended the            , Good, Moderate, or Bad…………………………………………………

 

 

4. Please state “Yes” or No” whether any changes in rates of wages or hours of labour occurred in your trade during...........................................................

5. Please state “Yes” or “No” whether any trade dispute (causing stoppage of work) occurred or was in progress in your trade during.............................

Were there any special circumstances affecting employment in your trade during the three months referred to? If so give particulars—

Signature of Secretary or other Union Official supplying the above information—

Address

Date

(Remarks with reference to any question or matter, such as Short Time or Overtime, may be written on the back of this sheet.)

 

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