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A.

Page.
Accidents, industrial, and loss of earning power: German experience in 1897 and 1907.

1-96
Age and sex of injured persons..

8-14
Causes of accidents..

52-61
Duration of disability and loss of earning power.

83-96
Employment, length of, of injured persons in establishment and in occupation previous to
the accident...

44-48
Establishments subject to accident insurance, number of.

5
Fault of the employer, of the employee, etc., per cent of accidents due to the.

60-65
Hours injured persons had been at work on day of accident, number of..

49-51
Insurance associations for the compensation of accidents, administration of.

3,4
Investigations, special, of accidents..

4-96
Nature of injuries sustained by persons injured..

34-43
Persons killed or injured, number of.

6-8
Rate of accidents..

15-18
Result of injuries sustained.

66-82
Summary...

1-3
Time injured person had been employed previous to accident-
in the establishment and occupation.

44-48
on the day of accident..

49-51
Time of occurrence of accident-
day of the week.

23-27
hour of the day.

27-33
month of the year.

18-22
Workmen subject to insurance, number of.

6-8
Austria, hours of labor of men, women, and children in factories in.

571-606
(See also, Factories in Austria.)

B.
Building trades:
Hours of labor-
United States.

512,513
United States and England and Wales compared.

513, 514
United States and England and Wales, Germany, France, and Belgium compared. 563-565
Rates of wages-
United States..

503–506, 509
United States and England and Wales compared.

510, 511
United States and England and Wales, Germany, France, and Belgium compared. 560-563

C.

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Chile, conditions of labor in the saltpeter industry, report on.
Cost of living in England and Wales, Germany, France, Belgium, and the United States.

Cost in each country of commodities consumed per week in British workman's family
Data collected in each country, summary of..
Hours of labor in the building, engineering, and printing trades, by countries.
Rates of wages in the building, engineering, and printing trades, by countries.
Rents of working-class dwellings in each country, by size of dwelling.

Retail prices of commodities paid by working classes in each country..
Cost of living of the working classes in the principal industrial cities of the United States.

British and American budgets compared.
Classification of family budgets -

by nationalities

by occupations
Food, quantity of, consumed weekly
Food, weekly expenditure for..
Income per family-

United States..

United States and England and Wales compared.
Hours of labor of working classes...
Rates of wages-

United States..

United States and England and Wales compared.
Rents of working-class dwellings.
Retail prices of commodities paid by working classes..
Scope of the investigation.
Size oi family and average weekly earnings and income..
Summary of conclusions..

D.
Decisions of courts affecting labor:

Alien contract laborers-deportation-evidence..
Antitrust law of Mississippi-penalties-jurisdiction-constitutionality
Boycott-injunction-interference with employment-proof.
Breach of contract of employment-accord and satisfaction.

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248, 249
633, 634
289-291
654-657
513
513,514
563-565

Decisions of courts affecting labor-Concluded.

Page.
Combinations in restraint of trade-antitrust law-constitutionality-penalties-jurisdiction.. 633, 634
Contractors' bonds-protection of wages-public work..

653, 654
Eight-hour law-emergencies-levees on Mississippi River.

249, 250
Employer and employee-contract-breach-accord and satisfaction-necessary elements. 654-657
Employer and employee-injury to third person by employee-liability of employer-scope of
authority.

291-294
Employers' advances-contract with intent to defraud-peonageconstitutionality of statute. 634-639
Employers' liability-

compensation law-liability without fault-due process of law-constitutionality of statute. 251-273
departments of labor--construction of statute.

273-275
fear of discharge--assumption of risk-contributory negligence..

661-667
incompetent fellow servant-evidence.

294-296
injuries by fellow servants--"initiation” of new employees.

657, 658
injuries causing death-nature of liability-sellow-servant law-survival of right of action-
damages.

276-278
injury of employee being transported to place of employment.

658,659
mine regulations disobedience by employers--assumption of risk-negligence of licensed
employees.

639-641
mine regulations-shot firers-construction of statute..

278, 279
notice-superintendence-construction of statute.

279, 280
railroad companies— fellow-servant act-constitutionality.

641-644
railroad companies—fellow-servant act--death-survival of action.

641
railroad companies-relief benefits-receipt not a bar in suits for damages-construction of
statute..

644-649
railroad companies-street railways-construction of statute..

281
railroads-Federal statute-jurisdiction of State and Federal courts-interstate commerce 281-285
railway relief fund-malpractice--charities.

659-661
relation of employer and employee-independent contractors-assumption of risk-con-
tributory negligence-questions for jury-fear of discharge-safe place to work.

661-667
safe place to work-act of foreman..

299301
safe place to work-assumption of risk contributory negligence.

661-667
successive verdicts-new trial-damages..

296-299
superintendence-construction of statute..

279, 280
Employment of women-hours of labor-constitutionality of statute-police power.

649, 650
Garnishment of wages-class legislation--constitutionality of statute.

650-652
Hours of labor of employees on railroads-Federal statute-time on duty..

285
Interstate commerce-employment on railroads-Federal statute....

281-285
Labor organizations-
boycott-interference with employment-proof

289-291
identity-transfer of affiliation-funds..

301, 302
right to withhold service-boycott-damages.

667-670
rules-expulsion of members-regulation by courts.

670–672
payment of wages-wages as preferred claims-assignment of rights..

653
peonage-employers' advances-constitutionality of statute..

634-639
public work-protection of laborers and material men-contractors' bonds..

653, 654
wages as preferred claims-assignment of rights...

653
Mine regulations-
inspection-good faith as defense in case of injury..

286-288
shot firers-construction of statute...

278-279
Picketing-police powers-municipal regulations.

288, 289
Strike insurance-representations-construction of policy,

302-307
Workmen's compensation-- liability without fault-constitutionality of statute.

251-273
Digest of recent foreign statistical publications:
Austria-
strikes and lockouts in 1908.

203-209
Chile
conditions of labor in the saltpeter industry.....

607-611
Finland-
employment in business offices and in mercantile establishments...

611-616
France
strikes and lockouts and conciliation and arbitration, 1908..

209-215
Germany-
relief work in Düsseldorf during the winter of 1908-9..

616-621
strikes and lockouts, 1908...

215-220
women's organizations

622-626
Great Britain-

reports on strikes and lockouts and on conciliation and arbitration boards in the United
kingdom in 1908 and in 1909...

221-231
Italy-
housing conditions among public administration employees in Rome and among railway
employees in Rome and in other cities..

626-631
Netherlands -
strikes and lockouts during 1907 and 1908..

231-239
Spain -
strikes and lockouts, 1907.....

239-242
Sweden
employment of alien laborers.

632
strikes and lockouts, 1908.

242-247

E.

606
574-580
578-580

Early closing on Saturday and on days preceding holidays in factories in Austria.
Employees, number of, in factories in Austria..
Employment of women and young persons in factories in Austria.
Engineering trades:
Hours of labor-

United States...
United States compared with England and Wales..
l'nited States and England and Wales, Germany, France, and Belgium compared...

Engineering trades—Concluded.

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Rates of wages in-
United States...

503, 507-509
United States and England and Wales compared.

510, 511
United States and England and Wales, Germany, Franco, and Belgium compared.... 560-563
England and Wales:
Hours of labor in the building, engineering, and printing trades, compared with the United
States..

513,514
Income, family, and cost of living of the working classes, compared with the United States ... 551-555
Prices, retail, of commodities paid by working classes, compared with the United States.. 531-536
Rates of wages in the building, engineering, and printing trades, compared with the United
States..

510-512
Rents of working-class dwellings, compared with the United States.

516, 517
Wages, rates of, compared with the United States

510-512

F.
Factories in Austria:
Early closing on Saturday and on days preceding holidays.

606
Employees, number of.

574-580
Employment of women and young persons in.

578-580
Hours of labor-
by size of establishment

593-595
in establishments in urban and rural districts.

590-598
in establishments not operating continuously

583-598
in establishments operating continuously

598-601
legal regulations concerning..

571-574
Night work in ....

580-583
Rest periods in establishments-
not operating continuously.

602, 603
operating continuously..

604, 605
Finland, employment in business offices and in mercantile establishments, report on.

611-616
Food:
Expenditure, weekly, for, by working classes in the United States.,

540, 544,550
Quantity of, consumed weekly by working classes in the United States.

531,542-550

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G.

Germany, industrial accidents and loss of earning power. (See Accidents, industrial, and loss of

earning power: German experience in 1897 and 1907.)
Germany:
Relief work in Düsseldorf during the winter of 1908-9, report on.

616-621
Women's organizations, report on.

622-626

H.
Hawaii:

Agriculture, miscellaneous, number, occupation, and nationality or race of employees engaged
in, and daily rates of wages....

696, 697
American-
children, number of, in public and private schools, 1900 to 1910..

680
plantation employees, number and per cent of, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910.

687
Analysis of tables..

764-768
Arrivals and departures of Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans.

723-725
Arrivals and departures. (See also Filipinos; Hindus; Iberians; Russians.)
Asiatics. (See Chinese; Hindus; Japanese; Koreans.)
Assessed valuation of property held by Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese taxpayers.

679
British children, number of, in public and private schools, 1900 to 1910...

680
Building trades
occupations, average wages and hours of labor, and nationality or race of employees in,
1900–1901, 1902, 1905, and 1910...

928-937
occupations, rates of wages, hours of labor, and nationality or race of employees in, 1910.. 806-809
Caucasian families in Hawaii, income and expenditures among, as compared with families in
the United States and in Germany

713, 714
Caucasians-
number of, by age groups and by sex, 1900 and 1910.

675, 676
overseers and foremen on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average salary,
1902, 1905, and 1910

690
skilled hands on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average daily wage, 1902,
1905, and 1910.

691
Caucasian wage-earning families in Honolulu-
children at work, at school, and at home, by age groups.

712
composition of family

704
expenditure, annual, per family, for specified purpose..

707, 710, 792
food, average annual expenditure per family for selected articles of.

709
income per family and per capita, and surplus and deficit per family.

706
income, source and amount of.

705, 706, 774,786
living conditions of family..

708, 780
membership and income of family and occupation head of family

774
rent and fuel, expenditures for.

713
size of family.

704, 705
Centralization of the sugar industry.

680, 681
Children and women. (See Women and children.)
Children at work, at school, and at home, of wage-earning families in Honolulu, by age groups
and by race....

712
Chinese-
arrivals and departures of..

723-725
children, number of, in public and private schools, 1900 to 1910..
foreign-born, number and per cent of, at census periods, 1853 to 1910.

675
loan association, description of.

711
manufacturers, by industries, number of.

678

680

Hawaii-Continued.
Chinese-Concluded.

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number of, by age groups and by sex, 1900 and 1910.

675,676
overseers and foremen on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average salary,
1902, 1905, and 1910...

690
plantation employees, number and per cent of, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910.

687
skilled hands on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average daily wage, 1902,
1905, and 1910..

691
taxpayers, number of..

679
Chinese and Japanese males 10 years of age and over engaged in gainful occupations in 1900, by

kind of occupation....
Chinese families in Hawaii, income and expenditures among, as compared with families in the

676,677
United States and in Germany.

713, 714
Chinese wage-earning families in Honolulu-
children at work, at school, and at home, by age groups.

712
composition of family..

704
expenditures, annual, per family, for specified purposes.

707-710, 786,787
food, average annual expenditure per family for selected articles of.

709
income per family and per capita, and surplus and deficit per family.

706
income, source and amount of

705, 706, 769, 781
living conditions of family.

708, 775
membership and income of family and occupation of head of family

769
rent and fuel, expenditure for.

713
size of family.

704, 705
Churches and temples maintained by Japanese.

736, 737,740, 741
Cloths and clothing, retail prices of, 1890 to 1910

798
Coffee cultivation, number, occupation, and nationality or race of employees engaged in, and
daily rates of wages..

698
Condition of labor, discussion of and conclusions on.

762, 763
Contract cultivators, number of, and average daily earnings, 1902, 1905, and 1910.

688
Cost of living and income of work people in Honolulu

702–714,764,769–774, 781-792
Departures and arrivals of Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans.

723-725
Departures and arrivals. (See also Filipinos; Hindus; Iberians; Russians.)
Description of the Territory..

673, 674
Earnings average, of employees on plantations, 1902, 1905, and 1910.

688, 690.691
Emigrants. (See Departures and arrivals.)
Employees-
nationality of, on sugar plantations, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910.

687
nationality or race oi, occupations, and average wages and hours of labor in each industry,
1900-1901, 1902, 1905, and 1910.

767, 768,914-1117
nationality or race of, occupations, rates of wages, and hours of labor in each industry,
1910.

765–767, 800-913
number of, in miscellaneous industrial establishments, with rates of daily wages, by race
and selected occupations..

700, 701
number, per cent, and average earnings of, on plantations, 1902, 1905, and 1910... 688,690, 691
number, occupation, and nationality or race of, engaged in secondary agricultural industries,
and daily rates of wages, 1910.

696-699
Employments, mechanical and urban.

699-702
Establishments, manufacturing-
number of, by race of proprietors..

678
number of, in 1900 and 1910.

677
Establishments, miscellaneous industrial, number of employees, with rates of daily wages, by
race and selected occupations...

700, 701
Expenditures and income among families in Hawaii, in the United States, and in Germany,
compared..

713,714
Expenditures, income, size of family, and living conditions of native-born and of foreign-born
Portuguese in Honolulu.

712
Expenditures of wage-earning families in Honolulu.

707-713, 786–792
Families, wage-earning, in Honolulu. (See Honolulu.)
Filipinos -
arrivals and departures of.

724
immigration of..

716
plantation employees, number and per cent of, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910

687
Food-

expenditures for, average annual, by wage-earning families in Honolulu, by race.. 707-709, 786-792
retail prices of, 1890 to 1910..

793-797
Foremen and overseers on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average salary, 1902,
1905, and 1910, by race.

690
Fruit raising, number, occupation, and nationality or race of employees engaged in, and daily
rates of wages.

698
Fuel and lighting, retail prices of, 1890 to 1910.

798
Fuel and rent, expenditure for, by wage-earning families in Honolulu, by race.

713
Furniture, annual expenditure for, by wage-earning families in Honolulu.

707,786-792
German children, number of, in public and private schools, 1900 to 1910

680
Hawaiian families in Hawaii, income and expenditures among, as compared with families in
the United States and in Germany..

713, 714
Hawaiians and Part-Hawaiians
children in public and private schools, number of, 1900 to 1910.

680
number and per cent of, at census periods, 1853 to 1910..

675
number of, by age groups and by sex, 1900 and 1910.

675, 676
overseers and foremen on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average salary,
1902, 1905, and 1910....

690
plantation employees, number and per cent of, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910.

687
skilled hands on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average daily wage, 1902,
1905, and 1910.

691
Hawaiian wage-earning families in Honolulu-
children at work, at school, and at home, by age groups.

712
composition of family..

704
expenditures, annual, per family for specified purposes.

707-710,787-789
food, average annual expenditure per family for selected articles of.

709
income per family and per capita, and surplus and deficit..

706

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Hawall-Continued.
Hawaiian wage-earning families in Honolulu-Concluded.

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income, source and amount of..

705, 706, 769-771, 781-783
living conditions of family.

708, 775–777
membership
and income of family and occupation of head of family

769-771
rent and fuel, expenditure for.

713
size of family..

704, 705
Hindus, arrivals and departures of.

724
Home conditions of wage-earning families in Honolulu, by race

707, 708, 775–780
Honolulu-

children at work, at school, and at home of wage-earning families in, by age groups and by
race..

712
composition of wage-earning families in, by race.

704
cost of living and income of work people in..

702-714, 764, 769–774, 781-792
expenditures, annual, for specified purposes of wage-earning families in, by race.. 707-713, 781-792
food, average annual expenditures for selected articles of, of wage-earning families in, by
race..

709
income and expenditures, size of family, and home conditions of native-born and of foreign-
born Portuguese in..

712
income per family and per capita, and surplus and deficit per family of wage-earning fami-
lies in, by race, 1910..

706
income, source and amount of, of wage-earning families in, by race

705, 706, 769-792
living conditions of wage-earning families in, by race

707, 708, 775-780
membership and income of family and occupation of head of family of wage-earning families
in, by race.

769-774
population of, compared with total population, 1900, 1910.

678
fent and fuel, expenditure for, by wage-earning families in, by race..

713
size of wage-earning families in, by race..

704, 705
Hours of labor, occupations, average wages, and nationality or race of employees in each in-
dustry, 1900-1901, 1902, 1905, and 1910.

767, 768,914-1117
Hours of labor, occupations, rates of wages, and nationality or race of employees, in each in-
dustry, 1910.

765-767, 800-913
Iberians, arrivals and departures of..

724
Immigrants. (See Arrivals and departures.)
Immigration and settlement..

715-726
Income and cost of living of work people in Honolulu.

702-714, 764,769-774, 781-792
Income and expenditures among families in Hawaii, in the United States, and in Germany 713, 714
Income and membership of family and occupation of head of family of wage-earning families in
Honolulu, by race..

769-774
Income, expenditures, size of family, and living conditions of native-born and of foreign-born
Portuguese in Honolulu..

712
Income tax, amount of, and number of Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese taxpayers..

679
Increase since 1900 in number of manufacturing establishments and in the value of their product. 677,678
Industries of the Territory...

676-680
Japanese
arrivals and departures...

723-725
children, number of, in public and private schools, 1900 to 1910..

680
foreign-born, number and per cent of, at census periods, 1853 to 1910.

675
immigration of.

715, 716
manufacturers, number of, by industry.

678
number of, by age groups and by sex, 1900 and 1910.

675, 676
overseers and foremen on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average salary,
1902, 1905, and 1910..

690
plantation employees, number and per cent of, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910..

687
skilled hands on sugar plantations, number and per cent of, and average daily wage, 1902,
1905, and 1910.

091
taxpayers, number of.

679
Japanese and Chinese males 10 years of age and over engaged in gainful occupations, in 1900, by
kind of occupation..

676, 677
Japanese families in Hawaii, income and expenditures among, as compared with families in

the United States and in Germany
Japanese strike of 1909. (See Strike, Japanese.)
Japanese wage-earning families in Honolulu-

children at work, at school, and at home, by age groups.
composition of family.

704
expenditures, annual, per family, for specified purposes.

707-710,789, 790
food, average annual expenditure per family for selected articles of

709
income per family and per capita, and surplus and deficit per family

706
income, source and amount ol.

705, 706,772, 783,784
living conditions of family..

708, 778
membership and income of family and occupation of head of family.

772
rent and fuel, expenditure for..

713
size of family..
Koreans-
arrivals and departures of.

723-725
children, number of, in public and private schools, 1900 to 1910.

680
manufacturers, number of, by industries...
number of, by age groups and by sex, 1910..

676
plantation employees, number and per cent of, 1901, 1902, 1904 to 1910.

687
Labor, conditions of..

673-763
Labor conditions, discussion of, and conclusions on

762, 763
Labor disputes. (See Strike, Japanese, of 1909.)
Laborers, skilled, on sugar plantations, wages of.

690-692
Lighting and fuel, retail prices of, 1890 to 1910...

798
Loan association, Chinese, description of.

711
Males 10 years of age and over engaged in gainful occupations in 1900, by race and by kind of
occupation....

676, 677
Manufacturing establishments, number of, by race of proprietors.

678

713, 714

712

704, 705

678

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