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LEADING ARTICLES IN PAST NUMBERS OF THE BULLETIN.
No. 1. Private and public debt in the United States, by George K. Holmes.1 Employer and employee under the common law, by V. H. Olmsted and S. D. Fessenden.1
No. 2. The poor colonies of Holland, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.1
The industrial revolution in Japan, by William Eleroy Curtis. 1
Notes concerning the money of the U. S. and other countries, by W. C. Hunt.'
No. 3. Industrial communities: Coal Mining Co. of Anzin, by W. F. Willoughby.
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.1
No. 7. Industrial communities: Various communities, by W. F. Willoughby.'
Rates of wages under public and private contract, by Ethelbert Stewart.1 No. 8. Conciliation and arbitration in the boot and shoe industry, by T. A. Carroll.1 Railway relief departments, by Emory R. Johnson, Ph. D.1
No. 9. The padrone system and padrone banks, by John Koren.1
The Dutch Society for General Welfare, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.1
No. 10. Condition of the Negro in various cities.1
Building and loan associations.1
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.1 Mutual rights and duties of parents and children, guardianship, etc., under the law, by F. J. Stimson.1
The municipal or cooperative restaurant of Grenoble, France, by C. O. Ward.1 No. 13. The anthracite mine laborers, by G. O. Virtue, Ph. D.1 No. 14. The Negroes of Farmville, Va.: A social study, by W. E. B. Du Bois, Ph. D.1 Incomes, wages, and rents in Montreal, by Herbert Brown Ames, B. A.1 No. 15. Boarding homes and clubs for working women, by Mary S. Fergusson.1 The trade union label, by John Graham Brooks.1
No. 16. Alaskan gold fields and opportunities for capital and labor, by S. C. Dunham.1 No. 17. Brotherhood relief and insurance of railway employees, by E. R. Johnson, Ph. D.1
The nations of Antwerp, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.1
No. 18. Wages in the United States and Europe, 1870 to 1898.1
No. 19. Alaskan gold fields and opportunities for capital and labor, by S. C. Dunham.
Wages in Lyon, France, 1870 to 1896.1
No. 23. Attitude of women's clubs, etc., toward social economics, by Ellen M. Henrotin.'
The production of paper and pulp in the U. S. from January 1 to June 30, 1898.1
No. 24. Statistics of cities.1
No. 25. Foreign labor laws: Great Britain and France, by W. F. Willoughby.'
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No. 26. Protection of workmen in their employment, by S. D. Fessenden.1
No. 28. Voluntary conciliation and arbitration in Great Britain, by J. B. McPherson.1
No. 29. Trusts and industrial combinations, by J. W. Jenks, Ph. D.
The Yukon and Nome gold regions, by S. C. Dunham.
No. 30. Trend of wages from 1891 to 1900.
Statistics of cities.
Foreign labor laws: Various European countries, by W. F. Willoughby.
No. 31. Betterment of industrial conditions, by V. H. Olmsted.1
Present status of employers' liability in the U. S., by S. D. Fessenden.1
No. 32. Accidents to labor as regulated by law in the U. S., by W. F. Willoughby.'
The Negroes of Sandy Spring, Md.: A social study, by W. T. Thom, Ph. D.1 The British workmen's compensation act and its operation, by A. M. Low.' No. 33. Foreign labor laws: Australasia and Canada, by W. F. Willoughby.
The British conspiracy and protection of property act and its operation, by
No. 34. Labor conditions in Porto Rico, by Azel Ames, M. D.
Social economics at the Paris Exposition, by Prof. N. P. Gilman.
The workmen's compensation act of Holland.
No. 35. Cooperative communities in the United States, by Rev. Alexander Kent. The Negro landholder of Georgia, by W. E. B. Du Bois, Ph. D.
No. 36. Statistics of cities.
Statistics of Honolulu, Hawaii.
No. 37. Railway employees in the United States, by Samuel McCune Lindsay,
The Negroes of Litwalton, Va.: A social study of the "Oyster Negro," by
No. 38. Labor conditions in Mexico, by Walter E. Weyl, Ph. D.
The Negroes of Cinclare Central Factory and Calumet Plantation, La., by
J. Bradford Laws.
No. 39. Course of wholesale prices, 1890 to 1901.
No. 40. Present condition of the hand-working and domestic industries of Germany, by Henry J. Harris, Ph. D.
Workmen's compensation acts of foreign countries, by Adna F. Weber.
No. 41. Labor conditions in Cuba, by Victor S. Clark, Ph. D.
Beef prices, by Fred C. Croxton.
No. 42. Statistics of cities.1
Labor conditions of Cuba.1
No. 43. Report to the President on anthracite coal strike, by Carroll D. Wright.1 No. 44. Factory sanitation and labor protection, by C. F. W. Doehring, Ph. D. No. 45. Course of wholesale prices, 1890 to 1902.
No. 46. Report of Anthracite Coal Strike Commission.
No. 47. Report of the Commissioner of Labor on Hawaii.
No. 48. Farm colonies of the Salvation Army, by Commander Booth Tucker.
No. 49. Cost of living.'
Labor conditions in New Zealand, by Victor S. Clark, Ph. D.1 No. 50. Labor unions and British industry, by A. Maurice Low.1
Land values and ownership in Philadelphia, by A. F. Davies.1
No. 51. Course of wholesale prices, 1890 to 1903.
The union movement among coal mine workers, by Frank J. Warne, Ph. D. No. 52. Child labor in the United States, by Hannah R. Sewall, Ph. D.
No. 53. Wages and cost of living.
No. 54. The working of the United States Bureau of Labor, by Carroll D. Wright.
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Cost of living and retail prices in the United States, 1890 to 1903, by G. W. W.
Wholesale prices in the United States, 1890 to 1903, by G. W. W. Hanger.
Public baths in the United States, by G. W. W. Hanger.
Labor legislation in the United States, by G. A. Weber.
No. 55. Building and loan associations in the United States, by G. W. W. Hanger.1
No. 56. Influence of trade unions on immigrants, by Carroll D. Wright.1
No. 57. Course of wholesale prices, 1890 to 1904.
Street-railway employment in the United States, by Walter E. Weyl, Ph. D.
No. 58. Labor conditions in the Philippines, by Victor S. Clark, Ph. D.
The new Russian workingmen's compensation act, by I. M. Rubinow.
Laws relating to child labor in European countries.
No. 60. Government industrial arbitration, by Leonard W. Hatch, A. M.1
Early organizations of printers, by Ethelbert Stewart.1
No. 62. Municipal ownership in Great Britain, by Frederic C. Howe, Ph. D.1
Conciliation in the stove industry, by John P. Frey and John R. Commons.'
No. 63. Course of wholesale prices, 1890 to 1905.
No. 64. Conditions of living among the poor, by S. E. Forman.
Benefit features of British trade unions, by Walter E. Weyl, Ph. D.
No. 65. Wages and hours of labor in manufacturing industries, 1890 to 1905.1
Retail prices of food, 1890 to 1905.1
No. 66. Third report of the Commissioner of Labor on Hawaii.1
No. 67. Conditions of entrance to the principal trades, by Walter E. Weyl, Ph. D., and A. M. Sakolski, Ph. D.1
Cost of industrial insurance in the District of Columbia, by S. E. Forman.1 No. 68. Free public employment offices in the United States, by J. E. Conner, Ph. D.1
Laws of foreign countries relating to employees on railroads, by Lindley D.
No. 69. Wholesale prices, 1890 to 1906.
No. 70. The Italian on the land: A study in immigration, by Emily Fogg Meade.1
No. 72. Italian, Slavic, and Hungarian unskilled immigrant laborers in the United
Economic condition of the Jews in Russia, by I. M. Rubinow.1
No. 73. Laws relating to the employment of women and children.1
Laws relating to factory inspection and the health and safety of employees.' No. 74. The legal liability of employers for injuries to their employees in the United States, by Lindley D. Clark, A. M., LL. M.1
Workmen's compensation acts of foreign countries.1
No. 75. Wholesale prices, 1890 to 1907.
Industrial hygiene, by George M. Kober, M. D.
No. 76. The Canadian Industrial Disputes Investigation Act of 1907, by Victor S. Clark, Ph. D.
What is done for the unemployed in European countries, by W. D. P. Bliss.
No. 77. Wages and hours of labor in manufacturing industries, 1890 to 1907.1
Retail prices of food, 1890 to 1907.1
Cost of living of the working classes in the principal industrial towns of Great
1 Bulletin out of print.