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What were state or federal laws passed to between 1902 and 1916?

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Women got to vote in which Australian state?

Women in South Australia were first granted the right to vote in 1894. The first opportunity arose for them to exercise their right to vote in the election of 1896.It is usually recognised that this right happened with the passing of a Bill on 18 December 1894. Following this was a letter from the Attorney-General advising Governor Kintore that Royal Assent would be required to enact the Bill, dated 21 December 1894. The Bill was enacted when Queen Victoria gave Royal Assent on 2 February 1895.South Australia was the first colony in Australia where women gained the vote, and only the fourth place in the world to grant this right. The issue of women voting had been under discussion since the 1860s, but momentum was gained after the formation of the Women's Suffrage League at Gawler Place in 1888. Six Bills were introduced into Parliament, but not passed, between 1885 and 1894.The final, successful Bill was passed in 1894. At first, it included a clause preventing women from becoming members of Parliament. It is ironic that the clause was removed thanks to the efforts of Ebenezer Ward who was an outspoken opponent of women's suffrage. Ward hoped that including women in Parliament would be seen as so ridiculous that the whole Bill would be voted out. The change was accepted, however, allowing the women of South Australia to gain complete parliamentary equality with men.Women obtained the right to vote and stand as candidates for both houses of federal Parliament on 16 June 1902. This applied to the federal election of 1903.


When did George Cleghorn die?

George Cleghorn died in 1902.


Who named the Troposphere in 1902?

Leon Philippe Teisserenc de Bort


What is cubas date of independence?

Cuba gained independence from Spain on May 20, 1902.

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When did Workman's comp become workers comp?

The first statewide worker's compensation law in the United States was passed in 1902 in the state of Maryland. The first law passed for federal employees went into effect in 1906. If wasn't until 1949 that all US states had a workers' compensation program in place.


When Did Workman's Compensation become Worker's Compensation?

The first statewide worker's compensation law in the United States was passed in 1902 in the state of Maryland. The first law passed for federal employees went into effect in 1906. If wasn't until 1949 that all US states had a workers' compensation program in place.


What is the purpose of the national redamation act?

The purpose of the National Reclamation Act was to set aside federal lands to collect rain runoff and replenish lakes and streams. It was passed in 1902.


Who were the federal laws passed to in 1902 and 1916?

establish an eight-hour workday, establish a minimum pay rate for workers, require employers to pay workers who were hurt on the job.


When was Swiss Federal Railways created?

Swiss Federal Railways was created on 1902-01-01.


When did cocaine become illegal in he us?

States began outlawing it in 1902. The first federal regulations on it were passed in 1914, and the actual prohibition on it at the federal level occurred in 1922.


When did Laura ingalls wilder's dad die?

June 8, 1902 Charles Ingalls passed away


How did roosevelt intervention in a cool strike set a precedent for federal arbitration?

Theodore Roosevelt helped resolve the 1902 Anthracite Coal Strike of 1902 by organizing a federal mediation between worker representatives and owners. Workers were able to have some of their demands met and strengthened union organizations. The federal government continues to use expansive powers to help resolve situations which might otherwise damage the economy.