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CONTENTS FOR JANUARY, 1922
The month in brief (1)—Proceedings under the I. D. I. Act (1)—Jottings
(2) The Labour portfolio (4)—Minister of Labour urges early signing
of wage agreements (4)-Workmen's compensation in Ontario in 1921
(5)-Fur farms in Canada during 1920 (5)-Statistics of United States
industries for 1919 (6)-British proposal to make industrial agreements
legally binding (6)-Seasonal labour in the building industry (6)—
Trade schools established by Texas employers (7)—Demand for 44-hour
week refused in Australia (7)—“Chamber of Labour" at Bremen,
Germany (7)—International Building Trades Congress (8)— Juvenile
Affairs law of South Africa (8)-Unemployment relief measures in
Switzerland (8)-Unemployment policy of Swedish government (9)—
Plans for unemployment relief in Belgium (9)-Bill concerning labour
General review of the industrial situation:-
1. The labour market-Strikes-Prices..
Proceedings under the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907, during
Reports of Conciliation Boards in disputes between:-
Algoma Steel Corporation, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., and certain of
British Columbia Electric Railway Company and certain of its
International Transit Company, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., and cer-
Strikes and lockouts in Canada during December, 1921....
Strikes and lockouts in the United Kingdom during November, 1921.
Conference of Western Federation of Civic Employees...
Convention of the International Association of Fire Fighters.
League of Nations International Labour Organization, 3rd General Con-
Important judicial decision respecting picketing.
Form of injunction as issued against U. M. W. of A. declared illegal on
Recent labour legislation in British Columbia..
Further orders of Minimum Wage Board of Ontario..
Order-in-council of Ontario government respecting unemployment relief.
Provision for dependants of unemployed workers in Great Britain.
Industrial statistics for the western provinces, 1919. ...
Decision of the United States Railroad Labour Board respecting wages and
Int. Assn. of Industrial Accident Boards
Canada: fatalities in Canada in 1921, 360;
in first quarter of 1922, 640; in second
quarter, 914; in third quarter, 1236.
coal mine fatalities, 1908 to 1920, 161.
railway accidents to be reported to com-
Alberta notification by employers in, re-
quested, 1144; in mines, in 1921, 1291.
British Columbia: report of inquiry into
Nova Scotia: mine fatalities in 1921, 422.
United States: analysis of mining accidents,
See also INSURANCE; SAFETY AND HEALTH;
Aerated and Mineral Water Industry:
early agreements urged by Minister of
observance of, desired by A. F. of L., 686.
Canada: recent agreements and schedules
of wages; monthly summary of, 80, 228,
332, 429, 508, 620, 772, 882, 1003. 1119,
United Kingdom: proposal to make agree-
Chile: limited to one year, 813.
Agreements, Industrial, in Canada, by
bricklayers, etc., at Sault Ste. Marie, 83;
at Toronto, 776; at Winnipeg, 885.
carpenters, at Brantford, 1120; at Calgary,
509; at Ottawa, 430; at Pembroke, Ont.,
884; at Regina, 231; at St. Catharines,
electrical workers, at St. Catharines, 889.
granite cutters, at Vancouver, 1009.
hoisting and portable engineers, at Win-
painters, paperhangers, etc., at London, 83;
at Niagara Falls, 231; at Saskatoon, 778.
paving cutters, at Brownsburg, Que., 883;
at Escott, Ont., 776; at Graniteville, Que.,
pile drivers, bridge builders, etc., at Vic-
plasterers, at Montreal, 1119; at Winnipeg,
Agreements, Industrial, in Canada, by
Building and construction-Con.
plumbers, etc., at Calgary, 778; at Edmon-
ton, 620; at Hamilton, 776; at St. Cath-
arines, 777; at Toronto, 1120; at Windsor,
steam and operating engineers, at Windsor,
stone-cutters, at Hamilton, 777; at London,
884; at Ottawa, 1008; at Toronto, 508;
Manufacturing-clothing and textiles—
clothing workers, at Montreal, 1119: at
tailors, at Sault Ste. Marie, 1007; at Van-
Manufacturing-food and tobacco-
brewery, flour, feed, soft drink workers,
etc., at Calgary, 773; at Fernie, 1007; at
Lethbridge, 890; at Vancouver, 1007.
cigar makers, at Vancouver, 1007.
moulders, at Guelph, 229, 1003.
sheet metal workers, at Edmonton, 774.
papermakers, etc., at Fort Frances, Ont.,
886, 887; at Iroquois Falls, Ont., 888;
at Cap Magdeleine, 1003; at Merritton,
230; at Sault Ste. Marie, 774, 1004; at
Manufacturing-printing and publishing-
bookbinders, at Calgary, 1006; at Regina,
photo-engravers, at Vancouver and Victoria,
at Brantford, 81; at Calgary,
1006; at Kingston, 1004; at Kitchener,
1004; at Medicine Hat, 1006; at Moose
Jaw, 81; at Nanaimo, 429; at Saskatoon,
worth, N.S., 882; at Newport Station and
coal miners in Alberta and eastern B.C.,
34, 955; at Nanaimo, 1214; in Vancouver
Island, 228; "Montreal Agreement" (Nova