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PART I.-The Effect of Occupation on the Health and Duration

of the Trade-Life of Workmen........

1-303

Factory Legislation-Hygiene of Occupation-Duration of

'Trade-Life, Sanitary Conditions and Methods of Working

in the Glass, Hat and Pottery Industries .............. 1-43

Appendix 1: Table 1. -Ages when Journeymen Glass Blowers,

Hatters and Potters began to Work (46-73). Table 2.-

Present Ages, Nativity and Number beginning to Decline

(74–103). Table 3.-Ages of Decline (104–115). Table 4. -

Number of Years at Work (116-125). Table 5.-Nativity

in Detail (126-131). Table 6.-Ages of Incapacity (132–

144). Table 7.-Summary of Causes of Decline (146–154).

"Table 8.-Summary of Diseases Contracted at Trade (156–

159). Table 9.-Summary of Causes of Incapacity (162-

166). Table 10.-Record and Causes of Death of Members

of the Orange (N. J.) Hat Finishers' Association (167, 168).

Table 11.-Record and Causes of Death of Members of the
International Hat Finishers' Association (169, 170). Tables
12 and 13.-Record and causes of Death and Membership of

the Newark (N. J.) Hat Finishers' Association (171, 172).

Table 14.-Ages and Causes of Decline of Journeymen,

in Detail (173-187). Table 15.-Diseases Contracted at

Trade, in Detail (188–193). Table 16.-Ages and Causes of

Incapacity of Journeymen, in Detail (194-210)............ 46-210

Appendix 2 : Mortality in Different Occupations............... 213-222

Appendix 3: The Factories Act of Switzerland, 1877 ........ 225-230

Appendix 4 : The Factory and Workshop Act, 1878, England. . 233-303

............

INDEX TO SUBJECTS.

.........311

Act of Congress in Relation to Recorded Indebtedness....

..........311
Legislature. See Labor Legislation, Co-operative Legislation.
Ages of Workmen. See Occupation, Efect of.
Agricultural Depression............................307, 308, 321, 322, 326–333
Atlantic County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

..............319–323, 328, 329, 343, 344, 353, 354, 357, 375, 382, 389, 390
Banks as Mortagees .....

..338, 356
Bankruptcies and Foreclosure Executions..

.323-326
Blowers, Glass. See Glass Workers.
Bergen County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

...........319–323, 343, 344, 354, 358, 375, 382, 389, 390
Boards of Health. See Occupation, Effect of.
Burlington County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

...........319-323, 330, 337, 343, 344, 357, 315, 382, 389, 390
Bottle and Vial Blowers. See Glass Workers.
Building and Loan Associations, as Mortgagees. ...

.........338, 356
Camden County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

..........319-323, 343, 344, 357, 359, 376, 383, 389, 390
Census Investigation of Recorded Indebtedness, ...
Cape May, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

.............................319–323, 343, 344, 357, 360, 376, 383, 389, 390
Chancery and Circuit Foreclosures. .......................................315
Chattel Mortgages...................................................311, 312
Cities, Foreclosure Executions in..........................................347
Connecticut, Co-operative Legislation....

.........394, 399-491
Co-operative Legislation in England and the United States....

.....393-430
Connecticut .....

.394, 399-401
Kansas...........

.394, 401-403
Massachusetts ....

.394, 403-405
Minnesota...

.....394, 405
New Jersey

394, 405-411
New York

.394, 411-413
Ohio..........

394, 413-415
Pennsylvania...

394, 415-427
Tennessee.............

..394, 427-429
Wisconsin...

.....394, 429-430
United Kingdom.......

......393-397
Corporations, Mortgages by.....

......318, 338, 355
Mortgages to...

........338, 348, 356
Foreclosure Executions by.....

.339, 348, 375-381
Against.........

..... 318, 345, 357–374
Cumberland County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

...........319–323, 329, 343, 344, 357, 361, 376, 383, 389, 390
Cutters See Glass Workers.
Deaths. See (ccupations, Effect of
Decline of Workmen, See Occupation, Effect of.
Diseases of Workmen. See Occupation, Effect of.

Decorators. See Potters.
Dippers. See Potters.
England, Factory and Sanitary, and Co operative Legislation of. See
Essex County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

..........319–323, 328, 337, 343, 344, 362, 377, 384, 389, 390
Executions, Foreclosure. See Mortgage Indebtedness.
Factory and Sanitary Legislation.....................5–13, 21, 22, 36, 225–303
France.....

............. ................6-9
England.........

.........9–11, 16, 233-303
New Jersey ......

.............. 12-14
See also Labor Legislation.
Switzerland.................

..........11, 12, 225–230
United States..........

...12, 13
See Occupation, Effect of,
Factory and Workshop Acts (England), 1878 and 1883............... .233–303
Switzerland, 1877..............

.225-230
Farms. See Mortgage Indebtedness.
Failures, Mercantile and Farming........

...323-326
Farr, Dr., Register-General, England, reports of.........

....20, 21
Federal Factories Act of Switzerland, 1877......................11, 12, 225–230
Financial Depressions.......

................

.317–319
Finishers, Hat. See Hatters.
Flatteners, Window Glass. See Glass Workers.
Flint Glass. See Glass Workers.
Foreclosures. See Mortgage Indebtedness.
Glass Workers, Effects of Occupation on...................:::::

....... 20-210
Age of Beginning Work.....

::
Declipe, ......................

..........104-106, 114
Present..........:

.............74-82, 98
Causes of Decline and Incapacity of .... 146–148, 162–166, 173–177, 194-201
Declined, Number..

.....74–82, 102
Diseases of ............20, 146–148. 156, 162–166, 173-177, 188-190, 194-210
Description of Method of Working........

.......27-30, 32-35
Incapacitated, Number and Ages of.......

...... 132–138. 144
Mortality Statistics....

.........215
Nativity of.........

............25, 72, 74-82, 100, 126, 130
Sanitary Arrangements of factories...

.......30-32
Years at Work, ................

26. 74-82, 98, 116, 117, 124
Green Glass. See Glass Workers.
Gloucester County, Mortgage and Foreclosure Movement, Valuations in

...........319-323, 329, 331, 337, 343, 344, 363, 377, 384, 389, 390
Hatters, Effect of Occupation on....................................... 20-217
Age of Beginning Work.....

25, 26, 55-57, 70, 72
Decline.......................

....... 107, 108, 114, 115
Present.......

....83-85, 98, 99
Causes of Decline........

........... 149, 150, 178-184
Declined, Number of..........

...........83–85, 102
Description of Work....

..........35-38
Diseases of..............21, 36–39, 149, 150, 157, 167-171, 178–184, 191-217
Hatters' Consumption, Report on......

...........21
Incapacitated, Number and Ages of........... .......... 138-140, 144
Nativity of...........

.......25, 72, 83-85, 100, 101, 126, 130
Record and Causes of Death of....

..........167–172, 215, 217
Sanitary Arrangements of Factories ..

. .............36-39
Years at Work......................25, 26, 83–85, 98, 99, 118, 119, 124, 125
Handlers. See Potters.
Health, Boards of. See Occupation, Effect of.

Of Workmen. See Occupation, Effect of.

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