Organic Act of the Department of Labor

Organic Act of the Department of Labor,

Definition of Organic Act of the Department of Labor:

  1. Law that split the Department of Commerce and Labor into two separate departments, the Department of Law and the Department of Commerce. The law was ratified by William Howard Taft in 1913, who was forced to do so, though he personally believed that keeping the two together would be better as they shared similar objectives.

Meaning of Organic Act of the Department of Labor & Organic Act of the Department of Labor Definition