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SUBMITTED BY MR. FLETCHER.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,
February 13, 1914. Resolved, That the report of the commission appointed by the National Civic Federation and the American Federation of Labor to study the operation of State workmen's compensation laws be printed as a Senate document, together with the appendix accompanying said report, and that five thousand additional copies be printed for the use of the Senate, Attest:
James M. BAKER, Secretary.
COMMISSION OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND THE NATIONAL CIVIC FEDERATION TO STUDY OPERATION OF STATE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION LAWS.
[Composed of representatives of the public, employers, and labor.) Chairman, CYRUS W. PHILLIPS, member of the former New York State Commission
on Employers' Liability, and an attorney at law, Rochester, N. Y. J. Walter LORD, chairman of the Maryland State Commission on Employers' Lia
bility and Workmen's Compensation; chairman of the Civic Federation's Maryland
State council; and an attorney at law, Baltimore, Md. OTTO M. EIDLITZ, New York Building Trades Employers’ Association, New York City. Louis B. SCHRAM, chairman labor committee, United States Brewers' Association,
Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES DUNCAN, vice president, American Federation of Labor, Quincy, Mass. John MITCHELL, vice president, American Federation of Labor, Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Mr. Duncan and Mr. Mitchell were appointed by the American Federation of Labor to cooperate with the National Civic Federation.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR.
President, SAMUEL GOMPERS.
Treasurer, John B. LENNON, Bloomington, Ill.
Temple of Music, Chicago, Ill. Second vice president, JAMES O'CONNELL, 512 Sixth vice president, H. B. PERHAM, Star BuildOuray Building, Washington, D. C.
ing, St. Louis, Mo. Third vice president, D. X. HAYES, 930 Wither- Seventh vice president, FRANK DUFFY, Carpenspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
ter's Building, Indianapolis, Ind. Fourth vice president, Jos. F. VALENTINF, Com
mercial Tribune Building, Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE NATIONAL CIVIC FEDERATION.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, SETH Low, president.
EMERSON MCMillin, chairman Department InterSAMUEL GOMPERS, vice president.
state and Municipal Utilities. BENJAMIN IDE WHEELER, vice president.
GEORGE W. PERKINS, chairman Social Insurance ISAAC N. SELIGMAN, treasurer.
Department. RALPH M. EASLEY, chairman Executive Council. ALTON B. PARKER, chairman Department on ReJOHN HAYS HAMMOND, chairman Industrial Eco- form in Legal Procedure. nomics Department.
Seth Low, chairman Department on Regulation of WILLIAM R. Willcox, chairman Welfare Depart- Industrial Corporations. ment.
MARCUS M. MARKS, chairman Department on InMiss MAUDE WETMORE, chairman Woman's De- dustrial Mediation Law. 'partment.
E. R. A. SELIGMAN, chairman Taxation DepartAUGUST BELMONT, chairman Department Com- ment. pensation Industrial Accidents.
D. L. CEASE, secretary. 4
DEPARTMENT ON COMPENSATION FOR INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
AND THEIR PREVENTION—THE NATIONAL CIVIC FEDERA-
LOUIS B. SCHRAM, chairman committee on im FRANCIS LYNDE STETSON, chairman committee on provement of State inspection of factories with legislative policy.
special reference to safeguarding machinery. P. TECUMSEH SHERMAN, chairman legal compen- OTTO M. Eidlitz chairman committee on plan sation committee.
and scope, and finance.
Miss GERTRUDE BEEKS, secretary.
ers, Gas Fitters, and Steam Fitters), Chicago. Association), Philadelphia.
erhood of Stationary Firemen), New York. BARTLETT, GEORGE A. (Member of Congress), HERR, IN M. (president Westinghouse ElecTonopah, Nev.
tric & Air Brake Company), Pittsburgh. BELMONT AUGUST (Interborough Rapid Transit HOYT, COLGATE (banker), New York City. Co.), New York.
HUBER, WILLIAM D. Įpresident United Brother-
ance committee of Wisconsin), Boscobel, Wis. JAMES, FRANCIS B. (attorney), Cincinnati, Ohio.
LORD, J. WALTER (chairman Maryland State com-
United States Steel Corporation), New York man Maryland State Council, the National Civic
Federation), Baltimore, Md.
graphical Union), Indianapolis, Ind.
committee American Bar Association), Wash- MARKS, MARCUS M. (National Association of Cloth. ington, D.C.
iers), New York City. BUTLER, J. G., jr. (president Bessemer Pig Iron MARSHALL, W. H. (president American Locomo Association), Youngstown, Ohio.
tive Co.), New York City. BYLLESBY, H.'M., Chicago, Ill.
METZ, HERMAN A. (9. A. Metz & Co.), New York
PARKER, LEWIS W., (president Parker Cotton
PHILLIPS, CYRUS W. (member former New York
ester, N. Y. CURWEN, SAMUEL M. (J. G. Brill Co.), Philadel- PORTER, A. J. (president the Shredded Wheat Co.), phia, Pa.
Niagara Falls, N. Y. DAVIES, EDGAR T. (former chief, Illinois State fac- SELLERS, E. B. (chairman compensation committory inspection department), Chicago, Ill.
tee, Indiana Council, the National Civic Federa DOLAN, T. J. (secretary-treasurer International tion), Monticello, Ind.
Brotherhood of Steam Shovel and Dredge Men), SMITH, GEORGE W. (Lackawanna Steel Co.), Buf-
falo, N. Y.
Navy, William Cramp & Sons Steamship and DUNCAN, JAMES (president Granite Cutters' Inter- Engine Building Co.), Philadelphia.
national Association of America), Quincy, Mass. SCHRAM, LOUIS B. (chairman labor committee
Investment Co.), New York.
TERRY, CHARLES THADDEUS ( president Conference FISH, FREDERICK S. (Studebaker Bros. Manufac- of Commissioners on Unitorm State Laws), New turing Co.), South Bend, Ind.
York City. FISKE, HALEY (vice president Metropolitan Insur- TOBIN, JOHN F. (president Boot and Shoe Workance Co.), New York City.
ers' Union), Boston, Mass.
Co.), Charlotte, N.C.
New Haven, Conn.
WILEY, Louis (the New York Times), New York GOMPERS, SAMUEL (president American Federa- City. tion of Labor), Washington, D. C.
WILLIAMS, JOHN (former commissioner of labor,
industrial accidents committee, District of Co- WOODRUFF, ROLLIN Š. (president C. S. Mersick &
And omcers and chairmen of committees.