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Workmen's compensation and insurance: Laws and bills, 1911—Concluded.

Page.

Text of bills prepared by commissions.

151-170

Illinois Commission bill.

151-156

Minnesota Commission bill.

156-165

Ohio Commission bill.

165-170

Bills drafted by associations.

171-181

Draft of bill by the American Federation of Labor..

171-175

Tentative draft of a bill by the National Civic Federation

175-181

Resolutions of the Sixth Delegates' Meeting of the International Association

for Labor Legislation.

182-193

Report of Illinois Commission on Occupational Diseases..

194-202

Digest of recent foreign statistical publications:

Reports on strikes and lockouts.

203-247

Austria, 1908....

203-209

France, 1908.

209-215

Germany, 1908.

215-220

Great Britain, 1908 and 1909..

221-231

Netherlands, 1907 and 1908.

231-239

Spain, 1907...

239-242

Sweden, 1908.

242-247

Decisions of courts affecting labor:

Decisions under statute law.....

248-289

Alien contract laborers-deportation--evidence (Ex parte George)... 248, 249

Eight-hour law-construction of levees on the Mississippi River-

emergencies (United States v. Garbish)...

249, 250

Employers' liability---compensation law-liability without fault-

due process of law-constitutionality of statute (Ives v. South

Buffalo Railway Co.).......

251-273

Employers' liability-departments of labor-construction of statute

(Judd v. Letts).

273-275

Employers' liability-fellow-servant law-nature of liability—inju-

ries causing death-survival of right of action--damages (Beeler v.

Butte & London Copper Development Co.).....

276-278

Employers' liability--mine regulations-shot firers-construction

of statute (Hougland et al. v. Avery Coal & Mining Co.)........ 278, 279

Employers' liability--notice-superintendence--construction

statute (Smith v. Milliken Bros.)......

279, 280

Employers' liability--railroad companies-street railways-con-

struction of statute (Conorer v. Public Service Railway Co.)..... 281

Employers' liability--railroads-Federal statute-jurisdiction of

State and Federal courts-interstate commerce-construction of

statute (Colasurdo v. Central Railroad of New Jersey)...... 281-285

Hours of labor of employees on railroads-Federal statute-time on

duty (United States v. Illinois Central Railroad Co.).....

285

Mine regulations-inspection--good faith as defense against liability

for injury (Aetitus v. Spring Valley Coal Co.)....

286-288

Picketing-police power--municipal regulations (Ex parte Williams). 288, 289

Decisions under common law...

289-307

Boycott-injunction--labor organizations as parties-interference

with employment-proof (Irving v. Joint District Council, United

Brotherhood of Carpenters, etc.)....

289-291

Employer and employee-injury to third person by employee-lia-

bility of employer-scope of authority (Tillar v. Reynolds).... 291-294

No. 93.–MARCH, 1911.

Wholesale prices, 1890 to 1910:

Introduction....

309

Prices of commodities, 1910 compared with 1909..

309–317

Prices of commodities, 1910, and December, 1910, compared with previous

years back to 1890.

317-327

Prices of commodities, by months, January, 1900, to December, 1910.... 327-332

Influences affecting prices ...

333

Explanation of tables...

334-361

Table I.-Wholesale prices of commodities from January to December,

1910.

362-411

Table II.-Average yearly actual and relative prices of commodities,

1890 to 1910, monthly, actual and relative prices, January to Decem-

ber, 1910, and base prices (average for 1890–1899)..

412-464

Table III.—Yearly relative prices of commodities, 1890 to 1910, and

monthly relative prices, January to December, 1910.....

465–499

Beport of British Board of Trade on cost of living in the principal industrial

cities in the United States:

Introduction....

500, 501

Scope of the investigation....

501, 502

Rate of wages.....

502-512

l'nited States...

502-510

United States and England and Wales compared...

510-512

Hours of labor .....

512-514

United States...

512, 513

United States and England and Wales compared.

513, 514

Housing and rents..

515-517

United States...

515, 516

United States and England and Wales compared.

516, 517

Retail prices.....

517-536

United States...

517-531

United States and England and Wales compared.

531-536

Rents and retail prices combined.

536

Family income and cost of living.

536-555

United States......

536–550

Cnited States and England and Wales compared....

551-555

Summary of conclusions....

555, 556
Reports of British Board of Trade on cost of living in England and Wales,

Germany, France, Belgium, and the United States:

Page.

Introduction....

557-559

Rates of wages.

560-563

Hours of labor.

563-565

Rents....

565, 566

Retail prices of commodities.

566-569

Cost of food consumed weekly in the British workman's family.... 569, 570

Hours of labor of men, women, and children employed in factories in Austria.. 571-606

Digest of recent foreign statistical publications:

Chile-Report on the condition of labor in the saltpeter industry....... 607–611

Finland-Report on conditions of employment of clerks and assistants in

business offices and mercantile establishments....

611-616

Germany-

Report of relief work done by the city of Düsseldorf....

616-621

Report on women's organizations.....

622-626

Italy-Report on housing condition among public administration employ-

ees in the city of Rome and among railway employees....

626–631

Sweden-Report on employment of alien laborers...

632

Decisions of courts affecting labor:

Decisions under statute law..

633-654

Combinations in restraint of trade-antitrust law-penalties-juris-

diction-constitutionality (Grenada Lumber Co. et al. v. State).... 633, 634

Employers' advances-contracts with intent to defraud-peonage-

constitutionality of statute (Bailey v. Alabama).....

634-639

Employers' liability-mine regulations-disobedience by employ-

ers-assu

ssumption of risk-negligence of licensed employees (Poli v.

Numa Block Coal Co.)......

639-641

Employers' liability-railroad companies—fellow-servant act-

death-survival of action (Sumner v. Missouri Pacific Ry. Co.).... 641

Employers' liability-railroad companies—fellow-servant law-

constitutionality of statute ( Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City R. R.

Co. v. Turnipseed).....

641-644

Employers' liability--railroad companies-relief benefits-receipt

not a bar in suits for damages-construction of statute (Chicago,

Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co. v. McGuire)......

644-649

Employment of women-hours of labor-constitutionality of stat-

ute-police power (Withey v. Bloem)....

649–650

Garnishment of wages-class legislation-constitutionality of statute

(White 2. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co.)......

650-652

Payment of wages-wages as preferred claims-assignment of rights

(Richeson v. National Bank of Mena)........

653

Public work-protection of laborers and material men-contractors'

bonds (Title Guaranty & Trust Co. v. Crane Co.)....

Decisions under common law..

654-672

Employer and employee-contract of employment-breach-

accord and satisfaction-necessary elements (Fuller 1. Smith)..... 654–657

Employers' liability-injuries by fellow servants—"initiation” of

new employees ( Medlin Milling Co. v. Boutwell).....

657, 658

Employers' liability-injury to employee being transported to place

of employment (Headline v. Great Northern Ry.)......

658, 659

Employers' liability-railway relief fund-malpractice-charities

(Texas Central R. R. Co. v. Zumwalt)....

659-661

Decisions of courts affecting labor—Concluded.

Decisions under common law-Concluded.

Page.

Employers' liability-relation of employer and employee-inde-

pendent contractors—assumption of risk-contributory negli-

gence-questions for jury-fear of discharge-safe place to work

(Jewell v. Arkansas City Bolt & Nut Co. et al.)........ .... 661-667

Labor organizations-right to withhold service—boycott-action for

damages (Meier v. Speer)..

667-670

Labor organizations-rules-expulsion of members—regulation by

courts (Crutcher v. Easter Division, No. 321, of the Order of Railway

Conductors of America)......

670-672

No. 94.—MAY, 1911.

Fourth report of the Commissioner of Labor on Hawaii:

Introduction.....

673

Description of the Territory.

673-674

Population of Hawaii, by race.

674-676

Industries of Hawaii....

676-680

The sugar industry...

680-696

Centralization of the industry..

680, 681

Statistics of production....

681-683

Field and mill employments.

683, 684

Conditions of employment and wages of plantation labor.

684-689

Supervision of field work.....

689, 690

Wages of skilled plantation labor.

690-692

Plantation stores ...,

692, 693

Condition of plantation labor in Hawaii.

694-696

Miscellaneous rural industries...

696-699

Mechanical and urban occupations...

699-702

Income and cost of living of workpeople in Honolulu .

702-714

Immigration and settlement....

715-726

The Japanese strike of 1909..

726-762

Conclusion.....

762, 763

Analysis of tables:

Cost of living in Honolulu.

764

Retail prices of commodities ..

764, 765

Occupations, wages, hours of labor, and nationality or race of en

ployees...

765–768

Table I.-Membership and income of family and occupation of head

of family of representative wage-earning families in Honolulu, by

race..

769-774

Table II.—Home conditions of representative wage-earning families

in Honolulu, by race

775-780

Table III.-Income of representative wage-earning families in Hono-

lulu, by race.

781-786

Table IV.-Expenditures of representative wage-earning families in

Honolulu, by race.....

786-792

Table V.-Retail prices of commodities, 1890 to 1910......

793-799

Table VI.-Occupations, rates of wages, hours of labor, and nation-

ality or race of employees in each industry, 1910 .... .... 800-913

Table VII.-Occupations, average wages and hours of labor, and

nationality or race of employees in each industry, 1900–1901, 1902,

1905, and 1910...

914-1117

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