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its status and its possibilities, 1203.
Canada: honour certificates for prize win-
ners in apprentice contest, Association
Canadian Building Industries, 138.
Ont.: Bro. of Carpenters and Joiners
favours apprenticeship system,
carpenters' classes in Hamilton, 993;
apprentice training at Hamilton, 1200;
in the building trades at Toronto, 1202.
Denmark: apprentice training in, 778.
South Africa, Union of: apprenticeship in
commerce at Port Elizabeth, 670.
U.S.A.: apprenticeship training in various
trades in, 359; shortage of skilled workers
in, 572; bulletin of Department of Manu-
facture of Chamber of Commerce on,
See also BUILDING INDUSTRY; EDUCATION;
FOUNDRY INDUSTRY; PRINTING INDUSTRY.
Arbitration and Conciliation:
Alta.: Labour Disputes Act, 447, 1074;
Edmonton Public School Teachers'
Alliance desire permanent conciliation
board, 219; permanent Board of Refer-
ence for school teachers, 448; Federation
of Labour desire provincial Industrial
Disputes Act, 124.
B.C.: joint committee for civic employees
N.S.: Industrial Peace Act repealed, 863.
Ont.: action by International Ladies Gar-
ment Workers' Union of Toronto as to
legality of arbitration agreement, 740.
Que.: Catholic Workers desire amendment
to arbitration law affecting disputes with
fire-fighters and police, 980; Catholic
Workers desire amendment to Quebec
Trade Disputes Act, 980.
United Kingdom: machinery for, outlined
by committee on Industry and Trade,
584; industrial peace plan for ship-
building industry, 143.
Italy: magistry of labour for settlement
of disputes, 428.
Japan: legislation in, 531.
U.S.A.: provisions of Railroad Labour
Act, 792; plan for railways, 86, 423;
American Bar Association favours joint
See also ALBERTA LABOUR DISPUTES ACT; IN-
DUSTRIAL DISPUTES INVESTIGATION ACT;
CANADIAN NATIONAL EMPLOYEES BOARD
OF ADJUSTMENT No. 2; CANADIAN RAIL-
WAY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT No. 1.
Argentina: See also PENSIONS.
Asiatics: See CHINESE.
federal or state jurisdiction in industry,
See also ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL; HOURS OF
LABOUR; INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS; INSUR-
ANCE; MIGRATION AND SETTLEMENT;
PENSIONS; PRICES; PROFITEERING; SAFETY
AND HEALTH; UNEMPLOYMENT.
Austria: See PENSIONS; PRICES.
Automobile Owners' Insurance: See INSUR-
Balkan States:/ See LABOUR ORGANIZATION.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company:
joint management plan, 742.
See also ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION;
BARBERS; BUILDING TRADES; CANADIAN
NATIONAL SAFETY LEAGUE; CARPENTERS;
CIVIL SERVANTS: CO-OPERATION; EDUCA-
TION; ELECTIONS; EXPLOSIVES; FACTORIES;
FISHERIES; HOURS OF LABOUR; INDUS-
TRIAL DISPUTES INVESTIGATION Аст;
INSURANCE; LABOUR LEGISLATION; LABOUR
ORGANIZATION; LEGAL DECISIONS AFFECT-
ING LABOUR: LICENSING OF WORKMEN:
MINES AND MINING; MINIMUM WAGES;
MINIMUM WAGES FOR FEMALE EMPLOYEES;
MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES; NEGLIGENCE,
CONTRIBUTORY; PENSIONS; PILOTS; POLICE-
MEN; PROFESSIONAL GARDENERS' ASSOCIA-
TION; SAFETY AND HEALTH; TEACHERS,
SCHOOL; THEATRES; TRADES AND LABOUR
CONGRESS OF CANADA; WAGES; WORK-
British Empire Steel Corporation:
pension plan of, 237.
British North America Act:
amendment to, sought by Trades and
Labour Congress, 337; by Railway
permits issued in Canada during 1925, 179.
monthly report of permits issued, 55, 182,
275, 384, 498, 600, 708, 818, 904, 1014,
advantages of apprentice training in
building industry, 571.
B.C.: Trades and Labour Congress desire
protection of employees on buildings, 24.
government loans to stimulate building
protection of workmen on building con-
Ont.: local labour on school construction in
United Kingdom: Lead Paint bill and
female employment, 847; national agree-
ment in building industry, 1147.
U.S.A.: building construction in 1924, 56.
advantages of winter construction, 93.
See also APPRENTICESHIP; EDUCATION;
PAINTING INDUSTRY; SAFETY AND
HEALTH; WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION.
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company
and trainmen, 14.
Canadian National Railways (Atlantic re-
gion) and maintenance of way employees,
438; 759; (central region) and trainmen,
438; (western region) and maintenance
of way employees, 438; and telegraphers,
Canadian Pacific Railway (western lines)
and railroad telegraphers, 230, 760, 761,
1075; and trainmen, locomotive engineers,
locomotive firemen and enginemen, con-
ductors, telegraphers, 14.
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Rail-
way Commission and telegraphers, 438;
and locomotive engineers, conductors and
Canning Industry: See MINIMUM WAGES FOR
B.C.: approve five-day week, 221.
Catholic Women's League: See CHILDREN
AND CHILD LABOUR.
Chauffeurs: See LICENSING OF WORKMEN.
Children and Child Labour:
meeting of Child Welfare Committee of
League of Nations Advisory Commission,
minimum standards for child labour pro-
posed by League of Nations Committee,
Canada: lack of uniformity of child labour
laws in, 529.
report on child labour to Canadian Coun-
cil on Child Welfare, 1082.
"The Juvenile Court in Canada," publica-
tion by Canadian Council on Child Wel-
resolution of Canadian Council on Child
Welfare concerning child labour, 1082.
Man.: new regulations under Child Wel-
fare Act, 84; Child Welfare Act amend-
Ont.: vocational guidance for juvenile
workers desired by Trades and Labour
Que.: Trades and Labour Congress desire
greater protection of, 124; "Economic
Aspects of Child Welfare;" address by
Dr. W. E. Williams, 1084.
Children and Child Labour:-Con.
U.S.A.: report of chief of Children's
Bureau, 369; industrial risks of young
employees, 465; minimum standards for
child labour, 1085; Heat and Frost In-
sulators and Workers desire ratification
by States of constitutional amendment
regarding child labour in, 257; condi-
tions in, 234.
See also ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL; BUILDING
TRADES; CANADIAN COUNCIL ON CHILD
WELFARE; EDUCATION; INTERNATIONAL
LABOUR ORGANIZATION (LEAGUE OF
NATIONS); MIGRATION AND SETTLEMENT;
SAFETY AND HEALTH; SEAMEN; VOCA-
Children's Aid Societies of Ontario, Association
Child Hygiene: See SAFETY AND HEALTH.
Child Welfare: See CHILDREN AND CHILD
Chile: See PENSIONS; PRICES.
rural co-operative credit in, 13.
See also LABOUR ORGANIZATIONS; PRICES.
Sask.: Female Employment Act amended, 83.
Christie, Brown and Company, Limited:
system of savings and profit sharing, 137.
Canada: number of employees and salar-
semi-monthly payment of salaries to em-
ployees (outside service) Department of
Customs and Excise, 3.
Alta.: number of permanent employees in,
B.C.: superannuation for in, 85.
Que.: group insurance for, 2; pensions for
civil servants, 2; revision of salaries, 2;
reclassification of civil servants in, 327.
Sask.: Public Officials Security Act
Italy: special stores for State employees
in Rome, 666.
shorter hours for, desired by Trades and
Labour Congress, 972.
Ont.: prohibition of "homework" proposed
by Trades and Labour Congress of Can-
U.S.A.: joint board sanitary control, New
York, 129; arbitration in clothing in-
Colonization: See MIGRATION AND SETTLE-
Combines Investigation Act, 1923:
fruit and vegetable combine in Western
Canada, 2, 81, 213, 317, 544; appeals
report of commissioner on alleged combine
in distribution of fruits and vegetables
produced in Ontario, 857.
co-operators and labour, 116.
Clothing Workers of America urge co-op-
erative housing undertaking for mem-
B.C.: Prince Rupert Fishermen's Co-oper-
ative Assn., incorporated, 118.
N.S.: report of British
operative Society, 20.
Sask.: co-operative Marketing Association
Act amended, 120; report of commis-
sioner of Co-operation and Markets, 850.
All-Russian Union of Consumers' Societies,
"Centrosoyus," Congress of, 569; in
Soviet Russia, 35.
See also INSURANCE; CANADIAN NATIONAL
Co-operative Union of Canada:
resolutions regarding operations of Pro-
prietary Articles Trade Association, etc.,
date of Congress, 642.
discussion on labour investments and indus-
trial management, 1101.
International Paper Company's plan, 54.
United Kingdom: progress of copartnership
in industry, 634.
U.S.A.: employees' stock-sharing plan in, 6.
See also PROFIT SHARING.
Canada: rural credit plan in, 927.
New Zealand: rural credit systems in, 927.
China: rural co-operative credit in, 13.
See also BANKS AND BANKING, CO-OPERATION,
Canada: proposed criminal code amendment
Trades and Labour Congress of Canada de-
sire amendments to, 338.
Railway Brotherhoods desire amendment
Cronyn, Major Hume, K.C.:
addendum to report Royal Commission on
coal mining industry in Nova Scotia
(SUPPLEMENT to January issue).
Czechoslovakia: See HOURS OF LABOUR;
Denmark: See APPRENTICESHIP; EDUCATION;
PENSIONS; PRICES; UNEMPLOYMENT.
dental clinic in Ontario factories, 87.
"principal industrial diseases," address by
Sir Kenneth Goadby, 255.
prevailing types of industrial diseases, 1179.
characteristics of silicosis, 1218.
Ont.: silicosis or miners' phthisis, compens-
able, 574; Pneumoconiosis compensable,
632; compressed air illness compensable,
1079; reference manual published by
Department of Health, 1216.
U.S.A.: Prof. E. R. Hayhurst, M.D., on
occupational diseases, 464.
prevention of sickness in industry, 464.
Germany: department for industrial dis-
eases in hospital in Berlin, 445.
See also FACTORIES AND FACTORY LEGISLATION;
Dominion Board of Trade:
to promote immigration, 85.
Dominion Government Annuities:
activities in 1925, 116.
Dominion Iron and Steel Company, Limited:
joint council established, 665.
safety organization, 1106.
Drummond, Hon. Robert:
Eastman, Prof. Mack, Research Division In-
ternational Labour Office, Geneva;
article on "International aspects of the coal
notes on vocational education and appren-
ticeship, 33, 140, 249, 359, 469, 571, 668,
776, 883, 993, 1103, 1200.
Labour Department bulletins on vocational
education, 530; 1044.
Vocational education in schools and indus-
try in Canada, 351.
report of A. F. of L. committee on, 1090.
attitude of labour in Canada towards voca-
tional schools, 359.
Trades and Labour Congress of Canada
opposed to Trade Schools, 970.
labour tribute to Frontier College, 361.
vocational training of ex-soldiers, 457.
C. P. R. scholarships, 883.
Catholic Workers of Canada desire estab-
lishment evening classes for working-
report of Canadian Council on Child Wel-
need for textile school in Canada, 856.
"Craftsmanship," address by Dr. W. W.
Chambers, at convention of Canadian
Building Association, 139.
Conference of Western provinces on voca-
purposes of vocational education, 1204.
International Union of Wood, Wire and
Metal Lathers desire that apprentices be
required to attend school of architecture,
Alta.: School Grants Act amended, 448;
Federation of Labour desire Government
distribution of school books, 124; pro-
vincial Institute of Technology and Art
at Calgary, 993,571.
B.C.: technical school at Point Grey, 571.
Man.: farming school classes in Winnipeg,
N.B.: vocational education Act amended,
vocational school, St. John, 884; Feder-
ation of Labour desire free school books,
N.S.: report on technical education in, 774;
technical education in, 140.
Ont.: growth of vocational education in,
1103; Vocational Education Act 1921
amended, 451; Public School Act amend-
ed, 451; vocational guidance at Toronto,
883; travelling school in Northern
Ontario, 993; problems of Adolescent
Education, 217; school training after
working hours for adolescents in Toronto,
4; employment bureau at London
Technical and Commercial School, 33;
vocational education in Border Cities of,
142; vocational school at St. Thomas, 142;
technical school at Sault Ste. Marie, 249;
Hamilton and Districts Trades and
Labour Council condemns trade schools,
359; prospectus of Mining Department,
Sudbury Technical School, 469; Journey-
men Barbers desire legislation requiring
public school standard of education for
apprentices, 1215; Barbers desire Barber
Colleges placed under Department of
P.E.I.: technical education in, 530; female
school teachers desire modern text books
in schools in, 350.
Que.: bulletin on technical education in,
1044; establishment of "Corporation of
Technical or Vocational Schools," 326;
Technical schools Act in force, 1044; pro-
posed amendment to laws respecting
technical schools, 2; renewal of loan to
Three Rivers Technical School, 326;
Three Rivers Paper School opened, 1104;
importance of technical education in
schools, 249; Trades and Labour Congress
of Canada desire educational reforms,
Sask.: Education Acts amended. 120.
United Kingdom: relation of technical
education to industry in, 251; Countess
of Warwick gives Essex estate as Labour
Denmark: vocational training in, 778.
Hungary: vocational guidance in, 795.
U.S.A.: National Committee on Research
in Secondary Education, 143; The Ap-
prentice Problem in building industry,
34; bridging gap from school to industry,
250; Vocational Schools as a means of
Selecting Apprentices, by C. J. Freund,
33; Bro. of Painters favour establish-
ment of scholarships at Brookwood
Labour College, 27; work and education
of minors, abstract from address R. O.
Small, director vocational education State
of Massachusetts, 470; engineering educa-
See also EMPLOYMENT; PRINTING INDUSTRY;
SEAMEN; TEACHERS, SCHOOL.
Trades and Labour Congress desire amend-
ments to Act, 337, 973.
Alta.: Fed. of Labour desire amendments
to Election Act, 1207.
B.C.: Trades and Labour Congress desire
legislation governing city and municipal
Ont.: amendments to Act, desired by
Trades and Labour Congress, 123.
Alta.: regulations for protection of elec-
trical linemen, 216.
Ont.: regulations for protection of line-
men desired by T. & L. Congress of Can-
ada, 122; pension plan for municipal
electrical employees, 137.
See also FAIR WAGES; PENSIONS; SAFETY
Electricians, Licensing of:
Ont.: by-law governing licensing of elec-
trical workers, suspended, 932.
Alta.: regulations governing installation,
B.C.: signaller for hoists recommended by
coroner's jury at Vancouver, 310.
report by Department of Labour, Canada,
for 1926, 741.
annual review of employment in Canada,
monthly report by employers (with chart),
45, 158, 264, 374, 478, 589, 697, 796, 893,
1002, 1122, 1224.
suggested measures to provide employment
in winter, 660.
alleged prejudice against employment Brit-
ish workmen in Canada, 631.
B.C.: number of employees in various in-
Ont.: work of provincial Employment Ser-
vice Office in placing handicapped men
in employment, 741.
France: statistics of unemployment, 747.
See also BUILDING TRADES; FACTORIES
AND FACTORY LEGISLATION; MINIMUM
WAGES FOR FEMALE EMPLOYEES; STATIS-
Employment Service of Canada:
monthly reports by provinces, with charts
and tables, 50, 174, 270, 380, 491, 595,
703, 899, 1008, 1136, 1230.
report for last quarter of 1925, 172; for
1st quarter of 1926, 495; for 2nd quarter
of 1926, 815; for 3rd quarter of 1926,
some phases of "handicap placement," 782.
Ont.: convention of Office Superintendents
Employment Services, International, Associa-
tion of Public, See INTERNATIONAL ASSN.
Employment Services, Private:
address by R. A. Rigg on
perience with private employment offices,"
Que.: student's employment bureau at Mc-
Gill University, Montreal, 124.
Engineers, Professional, See EDUCATION.
B.C.: rules for explosives in metal mines,
Que.: explosives regulated at Montreal, 146.
International limitations of, 308.
See also TRADE.