International Labor Conference..
The National Industrial Conference.
Office of the Secretary....
The Division of Conciliation.
Administration of dispute in the copper industry-California
oil settlement The New York Harbor situation, Jurisdic-
tional disputes in building trades—Textile strikes, Lowell,
Mass., and Manchester, N. H.-Bridge shops, St. Louis,
Mo.-Magnolia Petroleum Co., Beaumont, Tex.-McEwen
Manufacturing Co., Tulsa, Okla.—Mooresville Cotton Mills,
Mooresville, N. C.-Milk drivers, Chicago, Ill.-Kelleys
Island Lime & Transport Co. settlement-Rath Packing
Co., Waterloo, Iowa.-Machinists, Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
Tonawanda, N. Y., and Bradford, Pa.—Bakersfield & Kern
Electric Railway Co.-Building trades, Memphis, Tenn.-
Georgia Railway & Power Co., Atlanta, Ga.-Cleveland
building trades-Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis,
Ind.-Dubuque Boat & Boiler Co., Dubuque, Iowa-
Building trades, Sharon, Pa.--Steacy-Schmidt Manufac-
turing Co., York, Pa.—Building trades, tri-cities Textile
workers, Passaic, N. J.-Mahoning & Shenango Railway &
Light Co.-Pittsburgh Street Railway Co.-British Ministry
of Food in the United States v. Chicago Egg Inspertors'
Union.-Restaurant and theater employees, Washington,
D. C.-Meat-packing industry in Chicago.--Summary.
War Labor Administration...
National War Labor Board..
Origin and functions—Disposition of cases—Analysis of the
work of the board by monthsExecutive sessions of the
board-Scope of board's awards—Origin of cases Execution
of awards—Hearings by board and examiners Special
field representatives-Administration of awardsOrganiza-
tion of staff-Special reports and archives-Discontinuance
of the board.
Division of Negro Economics...
Origin and functions Method of organization-Conferences
and field organization-Report on Negro Migration, 1916–17
-Samples of work accomplished.
War Labor Policies Board..
Origin and functions—Elimination of labor turnover-Adop-
tion of uniform standards—Industrial exemptions—Wage
stabilization-Profiteering—Employment of women-Plant
surveys-Abolition of the board.