Sundays And Holiday Rest Regulation In 1895

The rules on Sundays and holiday rest in the businesses regulated the Sundays and holiday rest in the production and trading companies of lower Austria the regulation of the 16.Janner 1895. She established the exceptions to the Sunday rest for reasons of the public interest in the context of the application of the industrial, commercial, and industrial policy. The commercial, trade and industrial policy was the third pillar of economic policy in the lower Austria and Vienna in the second half of the 19.Jahrhundertes in addition to the tax and tax policy as well as agriculture and forestry. She played a crucial role especially in the evolving trading business in regard to the import and export of goods. Also infrastructural measures, such as the establishment of landing and taxation courses had to be made for this purpose. This development will now be published in the series of LawLeaks.

The production industry and the Sundays and holiday rest to the production crafts for the Sundays and holiday rest was regulated, were the bakers; the Influence heritage fields, cake – and Mandolettibacker, the fleshy, the horse butcher, game and poultry dealer, the Fleischselcher and sausage producer, the salons, Raseure and wig makers, dairies, milk Meier and milk retailer as well as the natural flower Binder and nature florist. The pledge lyre and flea markets industry, food trade, market traffic; included the trade and the Sundays and holiday rest to the trade crafts for the Sundays and holiday rest was regulated, the food trade at stands in the Prater and the other municipality; Trading in the roving, the food trade and the newsagents on train stations. Different rules for Vienna and the other districts and cities In connection with the regulation of Sundays and holiday rest there were different rules for Vienna, the districts and towns of Wiener Neustadt, Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Baden, Bruck an der Leitha, Gross-Enzersdorf, Hietzing environment, Oberhollabrunn, Horn, Korneuburg, Krems, Mistelbach,. Neunkirchen, St.