Monthly labor review. v. 5, 1917, Том 5

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917
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Food policy framed by national committee of British workers 7880
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Court decisions on the workmens compensation law of New York
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Industrial poisons in the manufacture of explosives 124
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Anthrax from infected shaving brushes 127
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Cost of living in Dallas Tex 136
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Federal and State aided vocational education 112115
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Annual meeting of the National Society for the Promotion of Industrial
149
Employment in the State of New York in May 1917 159161
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Conciliation work of the Department of Labor 167169
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Official publications relating to labor
175
Unoflicial publications relating to labor 192197
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Secretary of Labors position regarding womens work 198199
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AUGUST 1917
Operation of establishment and tradeunion disability funds by Boris
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Productivity of labor in the anthracite coal mines by Paul F Bris
33
Will profit sharing solve labor difficulties? By Boris Emmet Ph D 245252
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Profits in food in Canada 200
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Miners consumption in southwestern Missouri 275276
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Dangers of the airplane industry from a hygienic standpoint 284 285
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Glasses for protecting the eyes from injurious radiations 286 287
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Social insurance by the United States Government 292300
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Government insurance for United States soldiers and sailors 300304
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Meeting the problem of the returned disabled soldier in Canada 311313
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Womens wages in munition factories in Great Britain 319328
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Industrial efficiency and fatigue in British munition factories 328 329
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Appointment of industrial commissions in Great Britain 338 339
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Report of the Illinois Pension Laws Commission 345318
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West Virginia law to prevent idleness and vagrancy 3503 52
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Juvenile employment through noncommercial employment bureaus 358303
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Work of Federal State and municipal employment offices in the United
170
Street railway wages and working conditions 378381
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Immigration in May 1917 384 385
184
Official publications relating to labor
192
Unofficial publications relating to labor 401411
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Wholesale prices in the United States 128 1
SEPTEMBER 1917
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Employment in the State of New York in May 1917 15910
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Conflicts between Federal and State jurisdictions in commerce cases
12
Prevailing hours of labor in the United States 435_458
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Restrictions upon the freedom of labor movement in Great Britain dur
125
New apprenticeship scheme in Glasgow 515 546
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Amendment of the Austrian sicknessinsurance law 5 31556
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Fourth annual meeting of American Association of Public Employment
155
Work of free labor exchanges in Ohio 191516 156158
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Employment in the State of New York in July 1917 57 5577
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List of officials of bureaus of labor employment offices industrial com
169
Bureaus of labor in foreign countries 597 598
185
Industrial notes 625627
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Unofficial publications relating to labor 632637
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Establishment of trade schools for French munition workers 43 44
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Wages and hours of labor
66
ployment of women 80
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Employment and unemployment
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Statistics of labor organization in Canada 743745
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Social insurance commissions appointed in five States
149
Conciliation work of the Department
179
Publications relating to labor
186
NOVEMBER 1917
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Immigration in April 1917 170 11
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List of official documents relating to labor and the war in Great Britain
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Piecerate wage systems in the mens clothing industry by Boris Emmet
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Wages and hours of laboiConcluded Page
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Report of industrial accident board of Montana year ending June 30 1917 162164
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DECEMBER 1917
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Trade agreements in the womens clothing industries in New York City
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Wages in Germany translated and summarized by Alfred Maylander 11121122
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British labor party and the disabled by G J Wardle M P 1152 1153
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Report of Industrial Accident Board of MontanaA correction 1232
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Jethods of meeting the demands for labor by Charles F Osborn 486196
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