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A Further Supplementary Report regarding Injunctions, .
Recommendation of a Minority of the Committee in Reference to Trial
Views of a Majority of the Committee in Reference to the Compensation
Act hereinafter presented by Certain Members of the Com-
House, No. 773, Safeguarding the Interests of Injured Employees,
Supplementary Report as to Hours of Labor on Street Railways,
Resolutions regarding Edward S. Cohen, D. D. Driscoll and Arthur M.
Andrews Westgatt Company v. Local Assembly 1552, K. of L., .
Napier Motor Company v. Local No. 264, International Association
Sampson & Murdock Company v. Boston Typographical Union et al., 96
John Miller and William Miller v. Frederick J. Kneeland et al.,
American Woolen Company v. The Weavers Union et al.,
Massachusetts Breweries Company v. McCarthy et al.,
R. S. Brine v. Brotherhood Teamsters et al.,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
To the Great and General Court.
BOSTON, Jan. 24, 1908.
In accordance with an order of the General Court of 1907, we have the honor to transmit the following report of the Joint Special Committee on Labor, appointed to investigate and report on certain bills specially referred to it, relating to labor matters and other kindred subjects.
JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON LABOR.
Hon. WILLIAM H. FEIKER of Northampton, Chairman. Hon. WILLIAM OTIS FAXON of Stoughton.
Hon. WILLIAM W. CLARKE of Boston.
Rep. WILLIAM TURTLE of Pittsfield, Chairman.
Rep. ELMER C. POTTER of Worcester.
Rep. CHARLES D. B. FISK of Boston.
Rep. WILLIAM E. WEEKS of Everett.
Rep. THOMAS PATTISON of Osterville.
Rep. SAMUEL Ross of New Bedford.
Rep. DANIEL J. MCDONALD of Boston.
JAMES C. WHITE, Clerk.