REPORTS. - LABOUR.

A Central Conciliation Board had been established for the settlement of trade disputes, and its offices had already been availed of by a large number of disputants. Statistics regarding food prices, costs of production, wages, hours and conditions of employment, were being prepared with a view to scheduling Area Groups showing an approximate level of conditions and thereby promoting stability in the employment of labour.
On the motion of SEOSAMH O DOCHARTAIGH (Donegal N.), seconded by L. T. MACCOSGAIR (Kilkenny N.), the Report was adopted.