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Opening Address, Chairman, Lew R. Palmer, Acting Commissioner of Labor
and Industry, 7
Address on War Conditions; A. B. Farquhar, President, A. B. Farquhar
Co., Ltd., York, Pa 8
An Outline of the Relationship of the Committee of Public Safety to Labor
and to Industry in Time of War; Edgar C. Felton, Director, Department
of Civilian Service and Labor, Committee of Public Safety for the Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa 11
A National Plan for Dealing with the Labor Problem; Louis E. Reber, Dean
of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 17
The Relationship of the Workmen's Compensation Laws to the Safety Move-
ment: John A. Phillips, First Vice-president, Pennsylvania Federation
of Labor, Philadelphia, Pa 19
General Discussion Opened by Roger J. Dever, Attorney, Anthracite Mine
Workers, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 23
George T. Fonda, Director of Labor and Safety, Bethlehem Steel Co.,
South Bethlehem, Pa 28
Address: Governor Martin G. Brumbaugh, 31
Chairman, Mrs. Thomas Robins, Director, Department of Women in In-
dustry, Pennsylvania Division, Woman's Committee, Council of National
Defense, Philadelphia, Pa., 35
The Possibility and Limitations of the Employment of Women in Industry:
Dr. Alice Hamilton, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wash-
ington, D. C, 36
Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of the War Injured: Major Harry E.
Mock, Surgeon General's Office, Washington, D. C, 42
General Discussion Opened by Jacob Lightner, Director, Employment
Bureau, Harrisburg, Pa 45
Dr. Otto P. Geier, Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, 51
The Problem of the Married Women in Industry: Mrs. Florence Kelley,
Secretary, National Consumers' League, New York City, 55
Chairman, Lewis T. Bryant, Commissioner, Department of Labor of New
Jersey, Trenton, N. J., 62
The Bearings of Physiological Science upon Industrial Efficiency: Dr. Fred-
erick S. Lee, Professor of Physiology, Columbia University, New York
Railroad Employes and Workmen's Compensation Laws: Harry A. Mackey,
Chairman, Workmen's Compensation Board, Pennsylvania Department of
Labor and Industry, Philadelphia, Pa., 76
General Discussion Opened by John C. Rose, Chief Claim Agent, Pennsyl-
vania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa., 84
George B. Rowand, Chairman, State Legislative Board, Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, Harrisburg, Pa 88
Chairman, William Young, Chief Mediator, Bureau of Mediation and Arbitra-
tion, Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, 91
The Way in Which the Department of Labor and Industry May Be of Service
to You: Mrs. Samuel Semple, Member of The Industrial Board, Pennsyl-
vania Department of Labor and Industry, Titusville, Pa., 94
General Discussion Opened by Daniel Post, President, Pennsylvania State
Council of Carpenters, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 100
C. B. Auel, Director, Standards, Processes, and Materials, Westinghouse
Electric and Manufacturing Co., East Pittsburgh, Pa 107
The Teaching of English and the Making of Americans: Peter Roberts, Ph.D.,
Industrial Department International Committee of Young Men's Christ-
ian Associations, New York City, 113
The Menace of Dusts, Gases, and Fumes in Modern Industry: Frederick L.
Hoffman, LL.D., Statistician of The Prudential Insurance Company of
America, Newark, New Jersey, 120
Discussion: John Roach, Chief, Division of Hygiene and Sanitation De-
partment of Labor, Newark, New Jersey 133
Chairman, C. A. Emerson, Vice-president, Engineers' Society of Pennsylvaina,
Harrisburg, Pa., 138
General Discussion of Paper on "The Teaching of English and the Making
of Americans" Opened by Robert J. Wheeler, Allentown, Pa., 139
H. H. Wheaton, Specialist in Immigration Education, in charge of the
"America First" Campaign, Bureau of Education, Department of Inter-
ior, Washington, D. C, 143
How Organized Labor Can Be of Service in the Prevention of Industrial
Accidents: James H. Maurer, President, Pennsylvania Federation of
Labor, Harrisburg, Pa., 145
The Value of Education in Eliminating the Human Equation as a Factor in
the Causation of Accidents: Earl B. Morgan, Safety Engineer, Norton
Company, Worcester, Mass 152
The Work of the American Museum of Safety in the Prevention of Industrial
Accidents and Diseases: Arthur H. Young, Director, The American
Museum of Safety, New York City 161
General Discussion Opened by Elmer Spahr, President, Pennsylvania State
Conference Bricklayers', Masons', and Plasterers' International Union,
York, Pa 165
Sidney W. Ashe, Educational and Welfare Department, General Electric
Company, Pittsfield, Mass 168
Report of Conference of Industrial Physicians and Surgeons, 173
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY
MAJOR JOHN PRICE JACKSON, Commissioner,
On Leave of Absence—War Service.
LEW R. PALMER, Acting Commissioner.
Louis A. Irwin, Chief Clerk ol Department.
S. S. Biddle, Editor.
BUREAU OF INSPECTION
John H. Walker, Acting Chief.
Joseph P. Quinn, Lancaster.
J. J. Coffey, Philadelphia.
Francis Feehan, Pittsburgh.
Walter McNichols, Scranton.
Division of Hygiene and Engineering
Francis D. Patterson, M. D., Chief. T. F. Foltz, Mechanical Engineer.
John S. Spicer,* Chemical Engineer. Elizabeth B. Bricker, M. D.
Walter H. Blakeslee, M. D.
BUREAU OF STATISTICS AND INFORMATION
J. Lloyd Hartman, Chief.
Wilson I. Fleming, Assistant Chief.
William H. Horner, Statistician.
BUREAU OF MUNICIPALITIES.
J. Herman Knlsely, Chief.
BUREAU OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION
James A. Steese, Chief.
William Young, Mediator.
Commissioner, John Price Jackson,* Chairman.
Lew R. Palmer, Acting Chairman.
Members: Otto T. Mallery, Philadelphia.
Mrs. Samuel Semple, Titusville.
A. L. Garver, M. D., Roaring Springs.
Secretary, William Lauder, Riddlesburg.
BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT
Jacob Llghtner, Director.
BUREAU OF WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
Members of Board
Harry A. Mackey, Chairman, Philadelphia.
James W. Leech, Ebensburg.
John A. Scott, Indiana.
John Price Jackson,* Commissioner.
Lew R. Palmer, Acting Commissioner.
Secretary, Lee Solomon.
'Absent on war leare.
Attorney General, Francis Shunk Brown, Counsel
Counsel, Francis H. Bohlen, Philadelphia.
Associate Counsel, H. C. Hubler, Scranton.
Associate Counsel, Charles H. Young, Pittsburgh.
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