The Industrial Regulations Act was an Royal Law issued by King Nicholas II of Youngia on 12 June 1907. The Act was part of the King's Reforms of 1905-1907.

The Act set out a series of codes for industries, including working hours, proper sanitary conditions, size of factories, regulated consumption rates, price rates, distrubtion of goods, manfacture of goods, and distrubution of penisions and work leaves. The Act placed limits on companies and offically reocgnized working unions.