Monthly labor review. v. 5, 1917, Volumen5

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917

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Food policy framed by national committee of British workers_ 7880
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Court decisions on the workmens compensation law of New York______
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Industrial poisons in the manufacture of explosives 124
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Anthrax from infected shaving brushes 127
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Cost of living in Dallas Tex 136
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Federal and State aided vocational education__ 142145
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Vocational education survey of Richmond Ind_ 149152
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Employment in the State of New York in May 1917 159161
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Conciliation work of the Department of Labor 167169
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III
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Unofficial publications relating to labor 192197
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Secretary of Labors position regarding womens work__ 198199
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Can serious industrial accidents be eliminated? By Lucian W Chaney
Operation of establishment and tradeunion disability funds by Boris
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Productivity of labor in the anthracite coal mines by Paul F Bris
37
Will profit sharing solve labor difficulties? By Boris Emmet Ph D 245252
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Changes in retail prices in the United States 253
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Profits in food in Canada 260
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Miners consumption in southwestern Missouri 275276
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Dangers of the airplane industry from a hygienic standpoint 284 285
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Glasses for protecting the eyes from injurious radiations_ 286 287
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Social insurance by the United States Government__ 292300
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Meeting the problem of the returned disabled soldier in Canada____ 311313
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Womens wages in munition factories in Great Britain____ 319328
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Industrial efficiency and fatigue in British munition factories___ 328 329
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Appointment of industrial commissions in Great Britain__ 338 339
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Report of the Illinois Pension Laws Commission__ 345348
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Juvenile employment through noncommercial employment bureaus_ 358363
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Work of Federal State and municipal employment offices in the United
170
Street railway wages and working conditions___ 378381
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Immigration in May 1917 384 385
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Página 193 - Direction of the Council on Health and Public Instruction of the American Medical Association.
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