Monthly labor review. v. 3, 1916, Volume 3

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1916
 

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Contents

Employment managers conference Boston May 10 1916 by Ralph
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Strikes and lockouts December 1915 to May 1916_ 7074
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Wages and hours of labor in the cotton woolen and silk industries 7678
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Employment in foreign countries 9298
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Tuberculosis among industrial workers 98100
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Recent reports relating to workmens compensation and industrial acci
107
Metalmine accidents in the United States during 1914 129133
129
Decisions of the Supreme Court affecting labor 135
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Irinciples of labor legislation 147149
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Public employment offices in Queensland Australia 154
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Unofficial publications relating to labor 169_171
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Employment in selected industries in June 1916_ 183187
Attitude of the Methodist Episcopal Church toward labor 173175
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Employment in the State of New York in June 1916_ 187 188
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Employment managers conference held in Minneapolis January 1916_ 189193
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Retail prices of food in the United States in April and May 202 203
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Child labor in Maryland 1915 210215
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Compensation for occupational diseases under workmens compensation
50
Recent reports relating to workmens compensation and industrial acci
57
Workmens compensation law of Cuba 244 245
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Vocational education survey of New Orleans 245250
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Citizenship convention under the auspices of the Bureau of Naturaliza
90
Unofficial publications relating to labor 280282
108
Work of State and municipal employment bureaus 178183
Conciliation work of the Department of Labor 283 284
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Employment in selected industries in July 1916 290293
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Special meeting of the safety committee of the International Association
16
New agreement in cloak suit and skirt industry in New York City 307311
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Agreement between the Boston Elevated Railway Co and its employees 319 320
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Retail prices of coal 1907 to 1916_ 325
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Labor conditions in Hawaii 327334
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Workmens compensation legislation of 1916 334337
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Workmens compensation investigation commission Utah 345
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Minimumwage legislation in Australasia 353359
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Application of the minimum wage law for female home workers in
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Employment of discharged soldiers and sailors on the land in Great
87
Social insurance in Switzerland 378380
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Official reports relating to labor 384394
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Recent unofficial publications relating to labor 394397
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Retail prices of food in the lnited States in June and July 438 439
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Recent reports relating to workmens compensation and industrial acci
41
Trinitrotoluol manufacturing precautionary measures 462 463
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Amendments relating to invalidity
58
Health insurance and the American Medical Association_ 476478
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A living wage by legislation the Oregon experience 483486
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Survey of industrial conditions in Springfield III 404496
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The organic development of business 496498
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Official publications relating to labor 503521
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Unofficial publications relating to labor 521523
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NOVEMBER 1916
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State insurance commissioners and social insurance 615623
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Workmens compensation law of British Columbia 1916 559 560
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Employment in selected industries in September 1916_ 566569
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Strikes and lockouts January to September 1916 572575
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Retail prices of food in the United States in July and August 582585
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il prices of food in foreign countries 593 604
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Workmens compensation investigation commission Virginia 612
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Synthesis of rates for workmens compensation 629631
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Accident experience of the Portland Cement Association in 1915 631635
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Ovrupational diseases in the chemical industry 644649
100
Anthrax in London in 1915 652654
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Standards of health insurance_ 658662
114
Proposed amendment of British National Health Insurance Act 662666
122
Industrial pensions 673675
129
Single tax in the California constitution 679 680
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DECEMBER 1916
Work of State and municipal employment bureaus in the United States
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Strikes and lockouts January to October 1916 712715
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Proposed changes in Canadian industrial disputes investigation act 719 720
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Revision of industrial accident and sickness insurance laws of Norway 768771
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Value of welfare supervision to the employer by B Seebohm Rown
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Welfare work in Great Britain 781788
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Juvenile employment in Great Britain 792797
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Output in relation to hours of work 805820
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Report of chief inspector of factories and workshops of Great Britain821823
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Official publications relating to labor 835841
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Unofficial publications relating to labor 841847
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Page 82 - Columbia or any such contractor or subcontractor whose duty it shall be to employ, direct, or control the services of such laborers or mechanics to require or permit any such laborer or mechanic to work more than eight hours in f*y calendar day except in case of extraordinary emergency.
Page 130 - We admit, as all must admit, that the powers of the government are limited, and that its limits are not to be transcended. But we think the sound construction of the constitution must allow to the national legislature that discretion, with respect to the means by which the powers it confers are to be carried into execution, which will enable that body to perform the high duties assigned to it, in the manner most beneficial to the people.
Page 1 - That no producer, manufacturer, or dealer shall ship or deliver for shipment in interstate or foreign commerce, any article or commodity the product of any mine or quarry, situated in the United States, in which within thirty days prior to the time of the removal of such product therefrom children under the age of sixteen years have been employed or permitted to work...
Page 46 - Eczematous ulceration of the skin produced by dust or liquids, or ulceration of the mucous membrane of the nose or mouth produced by dust.
Page 90 - District, which may require or involve the employment of laborers or mechanics shall contain a provision that no laborer or mechanic doing any part of the work contemplated by the contract in the employ of the contractor or any subcontractor contracting for any part of said work contemplated shall be required or permitted to work more than eight hours in any one calendar day...
Page 5 - ... and who were not physically or mentally defective, the commission shall, on any review after the time when the monthly wage-earning capacity of such persons would probably, but for the injury, have Increased, award compensation based on such probable monthly wage-earning capacity.
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