<h2><center><span style="color:#866F45;">Wood's Law of Master and Servant</span></center></h2>


<p><center><strong>Wood, H. G.</strong> <em>A Treatise on the Law of Master and Servant: Covering the Relation, Duties and Liabilities of Employers and Employees.</em> 2nd ed. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Company, 1886.</center></p>

<p><strong>Horace Gay Wood</strong> (1831-1893) was a prolific legal scholar in the late 19th century. He authored texts on a wide range of topics, including landlord-tenant law, railroad law, and fire insurance law along with treatises on more standard topics like torts and evidence. His <em>Treatise on the Law of Master and Servant</em> (1877) was a practical resource aimed at new questions of law and newly published decisions. It encompasses many topics related to labor law and employment relations such as contracts, apprenticeships, and employer and employee liabilities.</p>

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