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[Received too late for insertion in the body of the list.]

Germany. Laws, statutes, etc. Versicherungsgesetz für Ange-
Vom 20. Dezember 1911.

stellte.

(In Germany. Laws, statutes, etc. Reichs-Gesetzblatt, 1911. Berlin, 1911. 4°. no. 68, p. 989–1061.)

A translation, by Dr. H. J. Harris, will be published during 1912 in the Bulletin of the United States Bureau of labor.

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. [Opinion on the consti-
tutionality of workingmen's compensation bill. (House
bill, no. 2154.) July 24, 1911.]
Northeastern reporter, Nov. 21, 1911, v. 96: 308 ff.

Montana. Supreme court. Cunningham, State auditor, v. Northwestern improvement co. (Supreme court of Montana. Nov. 21, 1911.)

Pacific reporter, Jan. 15, 1912, v. 119: 554-566.

Decision on the constitutionality of the Coal miners' insurance act of 1909.

New York (State). Court of appeals. Earl Ives, respondent, v. The South Buffalo railway company, appellant. Constitutional law-labor law-provision relating to "workmen's compensation in certain dangerous employments" (L. 1910, ch. 674) void under federal and state constitutions-legislation under police power of state, constitutional limitations and restrictions thereon.

(In its Reports of cases decided. Albany, 1911. 8°. p. 201-320.) Decision rendered, Mar. 1911.

Ohio. Supreme court. [A decision on the constitutionality of the workmen's insurance law was rendered by the Supreme court, Jan. 16, 1912, but the text of the decision was not received at the time this list of addenda went to press.]

U. S. Employers' liability and workmen's compensation commission.
Hearings before the . . . Commission. . . Pt. 4.
Washington: Govt. print. off., 1912. (2), 1115-1560, p. 8°.

Paged continuously with pts. 1-3.

Hearings Dec. 14-20, 1911.

"Statistical appendix [accidents to railway employees in United States]" p. 1475-1560.

VII

U. S. Employers' liability and workmen's compensation commission.

Report.

Washington: Govt. print. off., 1912. 120 p. 8°.

George Sutherland, chairman.

Memorandum showing the law and conditions in the United States, Germany and England (prepared by Mr. Packer, secretary of the commission): p. 70-100.

"Proposed bill": p. 101-120.

Supreme court. Edgar G. Mondou, plaintiff in error,
vs. New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad co. In
error to the Supreme court of errors of the state of Con-
necticut. Northern Pacific railway co., plaintiff in error,
vs. Bessie Babcock, administratrix. In error to the
Circuit court of the United States for the district of
Minnesota. New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad
co., plaintiff in error, vs. Mary Agnes Walsh, administra-
trix; and Mary Agnes Walsh, administratrix, plaintiff in
error, vs. New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad co.
In error to the Circuit court of the United States for the
district of Massachusetts. <January 15, 1912.>
[Washington: Govt. print. off., 1912.] 14 p. 8°.

Supreme court of the United States. nos. 120, 170, 289, and 290-
October term, 1911.

Decision affirming the constitutionality of the federal Employers'
liability act of Apr. 22, 1908, and amendment of Apr. 5, 1910.

Washington (State). Supreme court. State of Washington ex rel. Davis-Smith co., plaintiff, v. C. W. Clausen, as State auditor of the state of Washington, defendant. Decision of the court on the constitutionality of the Industrial insurance law of 1911.

Pacific reporter, Oct. 30, 1911, v. 117: 1101 ff.

West Virginia. Employers' liability and laborers' compensation commission. Preliminary report of the secretary.

[Morgantown? 1911.] 7 p. 8°.

P. B. Reynolds, secretary.

Accompanying circular dated Dec. 2, 1911.

Wisconsin. Legislature. Special committee on industrial insurance. Official report of testimony and proceedings [Oct. 4, 1909– Dec. 29, 1910].

[Madison, 1911.] 5 v. 4°.

A. W. Sanborn, chairman.
Typewritten sheets.

Wisconsin. Supreme court.

Borgnis et al. v. Falk co. (Supreme court of Wisconsin. Nov. 14, 1911. Concurring opinions, Nov. 16 and 22, 1911.)

Northwestern reporter, Dec. 15, 1911, v. 133: 209–227.

Decision on the constitutionality of the Workmen's compensation act of 1911.

SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES ON EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

1 Bibliographie der Arbeiterfrage für das Jahr 1901-1909. Nach Materien geordnet. Beiheft zum "Arbeiterfreund," Organ des Central-Vereins für das Wohl der arbeitenden Klassen.

Berlin: L. Simion, 1902-10. 9 v. 8°

Compiler: 1901-1909: Peter Schmidt.

Section 5: Arbeiterversicherung - Haftpflicht-Unfallverhütung und Unfallstatistik-Berufskrankheiten.

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la Bibliographie der Sozialwissenschaften. Bibliographie des sciences sociales. Bibliography of social science . . . Hrsg. von Dr. Hermann Beck im Auftrage des Internationalen Instituts fuer Sozial-Bibliographie in Berlin. 1.-date. Jahrg., 1905-date.

[Dresden: O. V. Böhmert, 1906-date.] Monthly.

[Jahrbuch], 1906-1908.

[Dresden: O. V. Böhmert, 1907-09.] 3 v. 8°.

See section VIII. 4: Sozialversicherung, insonderheit Arbeiterversicherung.

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1b Boos-Jegher, Eduard. Industrie et métiers. 1. cahier. Législation générale, y compris la protection des ouvriers. Berne: K. J. Wyss, 1904. x, 343 p. 8°. (Bibliographie nationale suisse, fasc. V 9 f.)

"Haftpflicht aus Fabrikbetrieb und Unfälle": p. 216-232; "Unfallversicherung": p. 236-255.

Z2771.B58 fasc.V9f

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lc Bouyer, Joseph. De l'évolution de la responsabilité civile en

matière d'accidents du travail.

Paris: L. Boyer, 1902. xxiii, 222 p. 8°.

Thèse-Univ. de Paris.

"Bibliographie": p. v-xii.

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