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CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.

NO. 1.-JULY, 1915.

Page.

Introductory...

5, 6

Conciliation work of the Department of Labor..

7

Federal employment work of the Department of Labor.

8-13

Labor legislation of 1915....

14-19

Strikes and lockouts in the United States in 1914.

20-32

Laws regulating the employment of women, January 1, 1915...

33-38

Conditions surrounding street railway employment in the United States.

39

New investigations of the Bureau of Labor Statistics....

Overtime in the fruit and vegetable canning and packing industry of Oregon.. 40, 41

Administration of the child-labor laws of Connecticut.

41,42

Foreign food prices as affected by the war.

42-44

Increase in retail prices of coal in Great Britain.....

45-56

Organization in coal mines to increase output in Great Britain.

56-58

Increases in wages in Great Britain during 1915.

58, 59

Employment in various countries...

60-80

Strikes and lockouts in various foreign countries.

80-82

France..

80

Germany.

80,81

Great Britain...

81, 82

Bureaus of labor, industrial commissions, etc., and their chief officials...

83, 84

State bureaus charged with enforcement of factory inspection laws and chief

inspection officials..

84, 85

Minimum wage boards.

86

Workmen's compensation and insurance commissions.

87-89

Bureaus of labor in foreign countries....

89, 90

NO. 2.-AUGUST, 1915.

Editorial note.

5

Minimum-wage legislation, 1915.

5,6

Immigration in 1915......

6-8

Agreement in the cloak, suit, and skirt industry of New York City.

8-14

Compulsory arbitration in Denmark..

14, 15

Employment in various countries.

16-20

Swiss factory law.....

20-22

Protection of workmen in Finland.

23, 24

Industrial hygiene...

24-29

Official reports relating to labor received from January 1 to May 31, 1915... 30_68

United States....

30-49

Foreign countries.

49-68

Periodical publications of foreign labor departments and bureaus.

68-79

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