June 25, 1925 (14th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

James Murdock (Minister of Labour)

Liberal

Mr. MURDOCK:

I would assume that the conventions emanating from the International Labour conference with reference to the employment of youths at sea and the payment of shipwrecked seamen were important matters. They occupied the time and attention of representatives of forty to fifty governments as well as of employers and workers from all the nations concerned. Evidently they did not regard them as insignificant.

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