Monthly Review of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Volume 5

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917 - Labor
 

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Contents

Sunday closing law of Geneva Switzerland
80
Workmens compensation legislation of 1917
96
Wurkmens compensation admiralty and interstate commerce
100
Court decisions on the workmens compensation law of New York
110
Retail prices of food in the United States
130
es in May 1917
131
Cost of living in Dallas
136
Federal and State aided vocational education
142
Retirement of teachers in Massachusetts
152
Employment in the State of New York in May 1917
159
Conciliation work of the Department of Labor 167169
167
to labor and the war in Great Britain
172
Official publications relating to labor
175
Unofficial publications relating to labor
192
Secretary of Labors position regarding womens work
198
labor
Can serious industrial accidents be eliminated? By Lucian W Chaney
tradeunion disability funds by Boris
17
Will profit sharing solve labor difficulties? By Boris Emmet Ph D 245252
45
Changes in retail prices in the United States
53
Profits in food in Canada
60
Miners consumption in southwestern Missouri
74
ris green and Scheeles green
78
Dangers of the airplane industry from a hygienic standpoint 284 285
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285 286
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59
Laborlaw administration in New York State 499503
87
ed States January to June 1917 503 504
91
Waste in food distribution in New York 507510
95
Seamens
98
Medical care of injured Federal employees 515517
103
nes and gases
105
Infections following industrial accidents in Ohio 521 522
109
Minimum wages for women in mercantile establishments in California 528 529
117
of living during war period
123

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