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Virginia (D).... Washington (D).. West Virginia (D). Wisconsin (D). United States...

450, 451
334-337

363
692-694
1056-1058

551 338, 339 367-371 985,986 442-444 990-992 381, 382 608-610 986-988

909 188-197 717-728 385-389 610, 611

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Mine regulations-Concluded.
Indiana.

63 569-577 Indiana (D).

67 864-866 Kansas.

61 1080-1082 Kentucky.

70 761-763 Kentucky (D)

64 883-887 Michigan.

63 578-580 Missouri.

61

1093 Montana.

72 650-652 Nevada.

63

587 New York.

69

468, 470 Ohio

(59

379 170

779 Ohio (D).

65

337 Pennsylvania (D)

62 318, 319 Tennessee (D).

65 334-337 Utah.

364 West Virginia.

67 912, 913 West Virginia (D).

72 608-610 Wyoming..

61

1095 Wyoming (D)

71 389-391 (See also Accidents in mines;

Inspectors, mine.)
Mines, etc., hours of labor of em-

ployees in. (See Hours of labor.)
Mines, etc., intoxication in or
about:
Wyoming.

61

1095 Newsboy law. (See Children, em

ployment of, in street trades.) Payment of wages due discharged employees: Arkansas (D).

60 699, 700 Payment of wages in scrip: Arkansas..

65 350, 351 Indiana.

63

576 Missouri (D)

56 309-311 Nevada..

63

587 New Mexico.

72

653 New York,

69

461, 462 South Carolina.

60 714, 715 Texas.

65

363 Washington.

67 911,912 Payment of wages, modes and times of: Indiana (D)

886-888 Maryland..

704, 705 Massachusetts.

{61 1086, 1087 170

770 New Jersey.

1019 Vermont.

396 Peonage: United States (D).

695, 696 Picketing: Colorado.

330 Plumbers, examination, etc., of.

(See Examination, etc.) Preference of wages. (See Wages

as preferred claims.) Printing, public. (See Public

printing.) Protection of employees as members of labor organizations: Kansas (D).

56

311 New York (D).

67 888, 889 United States (D)...

168 216-221

172 613-629 Protection of employees as voters: New Jersey.

70 776, 777 Protection of employees on buildings: Kansas.

61 1083, 1084 New York (D)

62 319, 320 Wisconsin.

67

915, 916 Protection of employees on street railways: District of Columbia.

60

718 Louisiana.

57 703, 704 Maine.

61 1084, 1085 Massachusetts..

70

772

United States (D).

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Liability of railroarl companies to workmen not employees:

Pennsylvania (D). License tax, exemption of mechanics, etc., from:

Louisiana...
Liquor, sale of, to employees:

Hawaii...
New Hampshire.

Vermont
Locomotive boilers, inspection of:

New York..
Lodging houses, sailors':

United States.
Manufactured articles, marking:

California. Marriage, etc., statistics of, to be procured:

California.
Married women, earnings of:

New Mexico. Mechanics, exemption of, from manufacturers' taxes:

Philippine Islands.
Mine regulations:

Arizona.
Arkansas.
Illinois...

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352-354 1076-1078

866-868 214-216 444-446 382-385

61 (67 68 69 71

Illinois (D).

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470

697-699

1094

761 764 707 357 362

703

708 1094

330

Protection of employees on street
railways-Concluded.
Montana.

72 New York.

64 Ohio..

70 South Carolina.

60 Protection of wages: Massachusetts.

57 United States.

60 Public printing office, employees in: Kansas.

61 Public printing to be done within the State: Arkansas.

65 Public works, injuries of employees on: Philippine Islands..

71 Public works, labor on: New York....

169 Public works, preference of domestic materials for: Missouri (D)...

60 New Mexico..

61 Public works, preference of resident laborers on: Massachusetts.

57 New Mexico.

61 Public works, retention of wages of employees on: California.

62 Public works, vaccination of employees on: Virginia.

60 Railroad bridges, etc.: Vermont.

60 Railroad companies, liability of, for injuries to employees. (See

Liability of employers.) Railroads, accidents on. (See Ac

cidents.) Railroads, construction of caboose cars on: Montana.

72 Railroads, height of bridges, wires, etc., over: Arkansas..

65 Idaho.

72 Kansas..

61 Vermont.

60 Wyoming.

61 Railroads, hours of labor of em

ployees on. (See Hours of la

bor.) Railroads, illiterate employees on: Ohio.

59 Railroads, intemperate employees

on. (See Intemperate employees

on public carriers.) Railroads, safety appliances on: Illinois..

61

159 Ohio..

170 Texas..

65 Vermont.

60 Wisconsin

67

717

715

648

640 235 906

351 644 1083

715 1095

Seats for female employees:
Kentucky.

70 Louisiana

70 Maryland..

57 Pennsylvania.

65 Tennessee.

65 Statistics, collection of: Hawaii.

57 Steam boilers, inspection of. (See

Inspection.)
Steam engineers, examination,

etc., of. (See Examination, etc.) Stone worked within State, use of,

on public works. (See Public
works, preference of domestic

materials for.)
Street railways, hours of labor of

employees on. (See Hours of

labor, etc.) Street railways, protection of em

ployees on. (See Protection of

employees.) Suits for wages: California.

72 Georgia

68 New York.

64 Sunday labor: Georgia (D).

69 Hawaii...

62 Idaho

72 Maine (D)

68 Massachusetts.

57 Rhode Island (D).

67 Virginia....

60 Sweating system: Maryland (D).

58 Massachusetts.

61 New Jersey.

58

157 New York...

169 Pennsylvania..

65 Telegraph operators, etc., railroad, hours of labor of: United States.

71 Telegraph poles, size, height, etc., of: Wyoming....

61 Tenant factories (See Inspection

of factories.) Time for meals to be allowed employees: Louisiana.

57 Pennsylvania...

65 Time to vote to be allowed employees: Massachusetts..

57 Ohio..

59

457 333, 334

642 221

711 861, 862 716, 717

379

999-1002

1086 1015, 1016

715-718 458-461

358

401, 402

1078-1080

384 777-779

363

715 917,918 299-309 359-361 385-389

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Railroads, shelters for workmen on:

Arkansas. Railroads, structures near tracks of:

Ohio. Rates of wages of employees of public printing office:

Kansas.

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Trade-marks of trade unions:

Wages, payment of. (See Pay-
Arkansas.

65 354,355

ment, etc.) California

62

330 Wages, ratés of. (See Rates of Connecticut (D)

67 889-891 wages.) Nebraska..

63

586 Wages, refusing to pay:
New Jersey.

70
774 Montana.

72
New Jersey (D)

61 1066, 1067 Wages, suits for. (See Suits for New York..

57

715 wages.)
Tennessee

65
361,362

Weighing coal at mines:
Vaccination of employees on public

Arkansas.

65
works:

Woman and child labor, investiga-
Virginia....

60

717 tion of: Wages as preferred claims:

United States.

71 Iowa..

68

236 Women and children. (See ChilNew Mexico.

61

1094 dren and women.) United States.

68

237 Women, employment of: Wages, assignment of. (See As

Michigan...

63
signment.)

Women, hours of labor of:
Wages, combinations to fix:

Oregon (D).

67 Louisiana..

57

704 Women, night work by: Wages, exemption of. (See Ex

New York,

69 emption, etc.)

New York (D)

72
Wages of employees on public
works, retention of:
California....

62

330

397

581

877-879

469

611-613

LEADING ARTICLES IN PAST NUMBERS OF THE BULLETIN. No. 1. Private and public debt in the United States, by George K. Holmes.

Employer and employee under the common law, by V. H. Olmsted and S. D.

Fessenden.
No. 2. The poor colonies of Holland, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.

The industrial revolution in Japan, by William Eleroy Curtis.
Notes concerning the money of the U.S. and other countries, by W. C. Hunt.

The wealth and receipts and expenses of the U. S., by W. M. Steuart.
No. 3. Industrial communities: Coal Mining Co. of Anzin, by W. F. Willoughby.
No. 4. Industrial communities: Coal Mining Co. of Blanzy, by W.F. Willoughby.(a)

The sweating system, by Henry White.(a) No. 5. Convict labor.

Industrial communities: Krupp Iron and Steel Works, by W.F. Willoughby. No. 6. Industrial communities: Familistère Society of Guise, by W.F. Willoughby.

Cooperative distribution, by Edward W. Bemis, Ph. D.
No. 7. Industrial communities: Various communities, by W. F. Willoughby.

Rates of wages paid under public and private contract, by Ethelbert Stewart. No. 8. Conciliation and arbitration in the boot and shoe industry, by T. A. Carroll.(a)

Railway relief departments, by Emory R. Johnson, Ph. D.(á) No. 9. The padrone system and padrone banks, by John Koren.(a)

The Dutch Society for General Welfare, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.(a) No. 10. Condition of the Negro in various cities.(a)

Building and loan associations.(a) No. 11. Workers at gainful occupations at censuses of 1870, 1880, and 1890, by W. C.

Hunt.

Public baths in Europe, by Edward Mussey Hartwell, Ph. D., M. D. No. 12. The inspection of factories and workshops in the U.S., by W.F. Willoughby.(a)

Mutual rights and duties of parents and children, guardianship, etc., under

the law, by F. J. Stimson.(a)

The municipal or cooperative restaurant of Grenoble, France, by C. O. Ward.(a) No. 13. The anthracite mine laborers, by G. 0. Virtue, Ph. D.(a) No. 14. The Negroes of Farmville, Va.: A social study, by W.E.B. Du Bois, Ph. D.(a)

Incomes, wages, and rents in Montreal, by Herbert Brown Ames, B. A.(a) No. 15. Boarding homes and clubs for working women, by Mary S. Fergusson.(a)

The trade union label, by John Graham Brooks. (a) No. 16. Alaskan gold fields and opportunities for capital and labor, by S.C. Dunham. No. 17. Brotherhood relief and insurance of railway employees, by E. R. Johnson,

Ph. D.

The nations of Antwerp, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.
No. 18. Wages in the United States and Europe, 1870 to 1898.(a)
No. 19. Alaskan gold fields and opportunities for capital and labor, by S. C. Dun-

ham.(a)

Mutual relief and benefit associations in the printing trade, by W. S. Waudby.(a)
No. 20. Condition of railway labor in Europe, by Walter E. Weyl, Ph. D.
No. 21. Pawnbroking in Europe and the United States, by W. Ř. Patterson, Ph. D.
No. 22. Benefit features of American trade unions, by Edward W. Bemis, Ph. D.(a)

The Negro in the black belt: Some social sketches, by W. E. B. Du Bois,

Ph, D.(0)

Wages in Lyon, France, 1870 to 1896.(a)
No. 23. Attitude of women's clubs, etc., toward social economics, by Ellen M. Hen-

rotin.(a)
The production of paper and pulp in the U. S. from January 1 to June 30,

1898.(0)
No. 24, Statistics of cities.(a)
No. 25. Foreign labor laws: Great Britain and France, by W. F. Willoughby.(a)
No. 26. Protection of workmen in their employment, by Stephen D. Fessenden.

Foreign labor laws: Belgium and Switzerland, by W. F. Willoughby.

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