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Earnings and hours of labor in British textile industries:

Page.

General summary.

88-92

Cotton industry....

92-95

Woolen and worsted industry.

95-97

Linen industry..

98, 99

Jute industry.

99

Silk industry...

100, 101

Hosiery industry.

101, 102

Lace industry...

102, 103

Digest of recent reports of state bureaus of labor statistics:

California—Thirteenth Biennial Report, 1907 and 1908: Hours and

wages-Factory inspection-Farm labor-Employment agencies--

Labor organizations--Child labor-Chinese and Japanese..

104, 105

Colorado-Biennial Report, 1907 and 1908: Coal production-Railroad

employees-Labor organizations—Free employment bureaus....

106

Connecticut-Twenty-third Report, 1907 and 1908: New factory con-

struction-Effects of the industrial depression-Free public employ-

ment bureaus—Child-labor conference-Strikes and lockouts—Em-

ployer's liability—Tenement houses....

106-108

Indiana-

Twelfth Biennial Report of the Bureau of Statistics, 1907 and 1908:

Labor organizations Electric railroads..

... 108, 109

Sixth Biennial Report of the Indiana Labor Commission, 1907 and
1908.....

109

Iowa—Thirteenth Biennial Report, 1906 and 1907: Graded wages and

salaries—New industries—Trade unions—Wage-earners-Railroad em-

ployees-Employers' statistical report-Canning industry..

109-111

Montana-Tenth report, 1905 and 1906: Labor-Industries...

111, 112

Digest of recent foreign statistical publications:

Belgium:

Reports on home workers in Belgium: Furniture industry at Malines,

the making of embroidery and women's apparel, and rope making. 113

Report as to wages and hours of labor in the metal-working industry. 113–120

Germany:

Report on unemployment in Berlin and 27 suburbs on November

17, 1908....

120-124

Report on unemployment in Halle on the Saale on January 10, 1909. 124–127

Report of the experience of the city of Magdeburg and of various

European governments in connection with the problem of unem-

ployment....

128-136

Great Britain:

Report of the chief inspector of factories and workshops for the year

1908.....

137-141

Report of the chief inspector of factories on the administration of

the Factory and Workshops Act, 1901, by local authorities in

respect of workshops, outwork, etc., in 1907....

142, 143

Italy: Report on the question of employment on Sundays and holidays.. 143

Decisions of courts affecting labor:

Decisions under statute law..

144-163

Assignments of wages-Rights of assignees--Priority of wage claims

over claims of mortgagees-Construction of statute (Union Trust Co.

v. Southern Sawmills and Lumber Co.). .....

144-147

Contract of employment-intent to defraud-constitutionality of

statute-imprisonment for debt (Bailey v. State).....

147, 148
Decisions of courts affecting labor—Concluded.

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Decisions under statute law-Concluded.

Employers' liability-employment of children in violation of

statute-contributory negligence course of employment (Strafford

v. Republic Iron and Steel Co.).....

149, 150

Employers' liability-railroad companies—construction of statute-

assumption of risk-acts in emergencies (Cleveland, Cincinnati,

Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. v. Bossert)..

150–153

Employers' liability-safe place to work—questions for jury-as-

sumption of risk-construction of statute contributory negli-

gence-course of employment (Harvey v. Texas and Pacific Railway

Co.).....

153-157

Labor organizations-strikes-injunctions - conspiracy-interfer-

ence with employment-secondary boycott—reciprocal rights of

employers and employees (Iron Molders' Union v. Allis-Chal-

mers Co.)........

157-163

Decisions under common law...

163–181

Employer and employee-disclosure of trade secrets—confidential

relations-injunction (Stevens & Co. v. Stiles).

163–165

Employer and employee-wrongful discharge-remedy-duty to

seek new employment-burden of proof (Quick v. Swing)..... 165-167

Employers' liability-duty of employer as to employment of com-

petent fellow-servants evidence of incompetence-contract with

trade union as defense (Pearson v. Alaska Pacific Steamship Co.).. 167–169

Labor organizations—boycott-secondary or compound boycott-

conspiracy-injunction-unincorporated associations (The Ameri-

can Federation of Labor v. The Buck Stove and Range Co.)...... 169–179

Labor organizations-interference with employment- liability for

procuring discharge-rights of members (Blanchard v. Newark Joint

District Council of United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of

America et al.)....

180, 181

No. 84.-SEPTEMBER, 1909.

Accidents to railroad employees in New Jersey, 1888 to 1907, by Frederick S.

Crum, Ph. D.:

Introduction...

183–192

Accidents to station men, etc..

192-196

Accidents to trainmen...

196-227

Passenger conductors.

201

Freight conductors..

201-203

Yard conductors...

203, 204

Drillmasters....

205, 206

Conductors (not specified)..

206-208

Enginemen.

209-211

Firemen...

211-213

Passenger brakemen..

213

Freight brakemen..

213-216

Yard brakemen...

216, 217

Brakemen (not specified).

218, 219

Switchmen (not specified).

220, 221

Flagmen...

222, 223

Baggagemen (not specified).

223-225

Trainmen (not specified)..

225-227
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362-366

367-377

378, 379

379-385

386–394

394-396

Digest of recent reports of state bureaus of labor statistics:

Page.

Missouri—Thirtieth Annual Report, 1908: Surplus products, government

land, land values, and good roads—Manufacturing industries—Labor

organizations—Free employment offices—Public utility plants—Prison

shops—Wage comparison....

397-400

Montana-Eleventh Report [Fifth Biennial], 1907–1908: Labor-Indus-

tries....

400, 401

Nebraska-Eleventh Biennial Report, for the years 1907 and 1908: Acci-

dent insurance Manufacturing.statistics for 1907..

401

Digest of recent foreign statistical publications:

New South Wales:

Second Annual Report of the Director of Labor, 1908..

402-404

Third Annual Report of the Director of Labor, 1909..

402-404

Norway: Report of the Bureau of Statistics on the employment of women

as seamstresses in Christiania.

405-409

Sweden: Report of the Bureau of Labor. Statistics on the prices of the

necessaries of life and of food animals and the rates of rent in the princi-

pal localities in the Kingdom, for the years 1904 to 1907.

410, 411

Decisions of courts affecting labor:

Decisions under statute law.

412-436

Assignment of wages—Liberty of contract—Constitutionality of stat-

ute-Wages and salaries-Police power ( Massie v. Cessna)...... 412-415

Contracts of employment with intent to defraud-Repayment of ad-

vances Construction of statute (Wells v. State)...

415

Discharge of employees—statement of reason for dischargeconstitu-

tionality of statute (Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry. Co. v.

Brown)..

416 418

Employers' liability-actions for injuries causing death-rights of

nonresident aliens—treaties (Fulco et al. v. Schuylkill Stone Co.).. 418-420

Employers' liability-acts of fellow-servants-assumption of risk-

construction of statute (St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Ry.

Ledford)..

420-422

Employers' liability-employment of children-assumption of risks

by infant employees (Alexander v. Carolina Mills).....

422

Employers' liability-employment of children-assumption of risks

by infant employees (Owens v. Laurens Cotton Mills)...

422, 423

Employers' liability-fellow-servants-contracts with associations

of employees (Edwards' Administrator v. Lam)...

423, 424

Employers liability-railroad hazards-construction of statute

element of haste (Hanson v. Northern Pacific Ry. Co.)....... 424-427

Trade agreements — monopolies conspiracy definition stat-

utes-motive and object of combinations (National Fireproofing

Co. v. Mason Builders' Association).......

427-436

Decisions under common law.

436-454

Contracts of employment-disclosure of trade secrets—injunction

(H. B. Wiggins Sons' Co. v. Cott-A-Lap Co.).......

436, 437

Contracts of employment-restraint of competition--validity (Freu-

denthal 1. Espe).....

437–443

Employers' liability-direct orders-obedience-negligence-rules-

duties of employees (Stephens v. Southern Ry. Co.). ....

444-447

Employers' liability-disobedience of rules—direct orders-con-

tributory negligence (Crawford v. Southern Ry. Co.). .... 447, 448

Labor organizations-trade agreements-power of committees to con-

tract-acts of voluntary associations (A. R. Barnes & Co. et al. v.

Berry et al.)..

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