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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XIX

Special articles:

Page

Wastage of men, by Ethelbert Stewart, United States Commis-

sioner of Labor Statistics..

1-8

Steadying the workers' income-Trade-union and joint out-of-

work benefit plans, by Margaret Gadsby, of the United States

Bureau of Labor Statistics.--

8-32

Industrial relations and labor conditions:

Work of Association of Governmental Labor Officials, 1923-24, by

John Hopkins Hall, jr., commissioner of labor of Virginia ----- 33, 34

Eleventh annual convention of Association of Governmental Labor

Officials.---

34-37

Grievances handled under an employee representation plan..- 37, 38

Massachusetts — Working conditions on farms in 1921.

38–41

Ohio—The southern negro in Cleveland industries.

41-44

Czechoslovakia--Operation of works committees, 1922

44-47

Germany–Labor problem of the State railroads--

47-54

Prices and cost of living:

Retail prices of food in the United States.

55-75

Retail prices of coal in the United States.--

76-78

Index numbers of wholesale prices in May, 1924.

79

Index numbers of wholesale prices of commodities, by groups and

sub-groups, 1913 to May, 1924.--.

80-89

Comparison of retail price changes in the United States and foreign

countries ..

89-91

Cost of living in foreign countries.-

92-99

Argentina-Cost of living...

100

Wages and hours of labor:

Wages and hours in the blast-furnace, Bessemer, open-hearth, and

tin-plate departments of the iron and steel industry, 1924.. 101-119

Effect of changes in hours of work on output---

120-124

Massachusetts—Earnings of male and female workers in manu-

facturing establishments, April, 1924.

124

New York State-Average weekly earnings in factories, April, 1924. 124, 125

France

Wages in the building industry in Marseille --

125

Wages in the sugar industry, 1922–23.--

125, 126

Sweden-Utilization of leisure resulting from eight-hour day.----- 126

Child labor :

Child labor amendment to the Constitution..

127

Indiana-Accidents to unlawfully employed children...

127, 128

Texas–Employment and welfare of children in cotton-growing

areas.

128-130

Labor agreements, awards, and decisions :

Page

Agreements-

Cleaning and dyeing industry-New York City..

131, 132

Porters and maids—The Pullman Co....

132, 133

Railroads-Train-service crews...

133-136

Sheet-metal workers--Rochester, N. Y..-

136

Sign, scene, and pictorial painters—Chicago..

137

Wall paper industry-National agreement.--

137, 138

Awards and decisions-

Amalgamated Clothing Workers—Baltimore--

139

Butcher workmen-Multnomah County, Oreg -

140

Clothing industry-Chicago

140, 141

Light and power employees-Portland, Oreg--

142, 143

France-Collective agreements reported to Ministry of Labor in
1923.---

143

Employment and unemployment:

Employment in selected industries in May, 1924.

144-153

Employment and earnings of railroad employees, April, 1923, and

March and April, 1924..

154, 155

Extent of operation of bituminous coal mines, May 3 to 24, 1924... 155, 156

Stabilization of railroad maintenance-of-way work..

156-158

Recent employment statistics

Public employment offices-

Connecticut..

158

Illinois...

158, 159

Indiana.

159, 160

Iowa...

160

Massachusetts.

160, 161

Pennsylvania

161

Wisconsin-

161

Departments of labor-

Illinois.

162, 163

Iowa..

164

Maryland

165

Massachusetts.

166

New York...

167

Wisconsin.,

168, 169

Problem of unemployment among intellectual workers abroad. 169–182

Belgium--Public employment offices...

182, 183

Housing:

Effect of housing shortage on industry.---

184, 185

Great Britain-Report of National House Building Committee.-- 185–187

Scandinavian countries and Finland-State aid to housing -- 187-190

Industrial accidents and hygiene:

Recommendation by American Safety Engineering Council of use of

safety codes.--

191

Coal-mine fatalities in the United States and Europe.

191-193

Tuberculosis death rate among industrial populations of American

cities and Canadian Provinces ----

193, 194

New York-Fatal industrial accidents in May, 1924.---

195

Canada-Fatal industrial accidents during first quarter of 1924... 195

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