Bulletin, Issues 41-49

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Page 31 - ... provide that the State agency will make such reports, in such form and containing such information, as the Secretary...
Page 125 - Provided, however, in case the final action of such board denies the right of the claimant to participate at all in such fund on the ground that the injury was self-inflicted or on the ground that the accident did not arise in the course of employment, or upon any other ground going to the basis of the claimant's right, then the claimant within thirty (30) days after the notice of the final action of such board may, by filing his appeal in the common pleas court of the county wherein the injury was...
Page 155 - ... but casts a direct burden for their support upon the community. What these workers lose in wages the taxpayers are called upon to pay. The bare cost of living must be met.
Page 1 - There no more the powers of hell Can prevail to mar their peace; Christ the Lord shall guard them well, He who died for their release. Father, in Thy gracious keeping Leave we now Thy servant sleeping. "Earth to earth, and dust to dust," Calmly now the words we say, Left behind, we wait in trust For the resurrection day.
Page 125 - The board shall have full power and authority to hear and determine all questions within its jurisdiction, and its decision thereon shall be final.
Page 24 - When any appeal shall be pending and it shall appear to the court that any part of the award appealed from is not affected by the issues raised by such appeal, the court may, on motion or of its own motion, render a judgment directing compliance with any portions of such award not affected by such appeal...
Page 3 - The sacrifice incident to the present industrial insurance system can be avoided only by providing an institution for insurance which will recognize that its function is not to induce working people to take insurance regardless of whether they really want it or can afford to carry it, but rather to supply insurance upon proper terms to those who do want it and can carry it, — an institution which will recognize that the best method of increasing the demand for life insurance is not eloquent, persistent...
Page 29 - American Standard Safety Code for the Protection of Heads, Eyes, and Respiratory Organs," (November 1938). SYMPTOM, CONDITION, OR DISEASE TO LOOK FOR Burns, conjunctivitis, electrical ophthalmia, photophobia, retinitis, cataract, dermatitis.
Page 183 - ... by encouraging the practice and procedure of collective bargaining and by protecting the exercise by workers of full freedom of association, selforganization, and designation of representatives of their own choosing, for the purpose of negotiating the terms and conditions of their employment or other mutual aid or protection.
Page ix - It shall be unlawful for any person acting in concert with one or more other persons to assemble at or near any place where a "labor dispute" exists and by force or violence prevent or attempt to prevent any person from engaging in any lawful vocation, or for any person, acting...

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