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Violation of labor laws:
186, 193–197, 201, 207, 214, 217, 221, 224
378, 384, 387, 388, 392
44, 45, 51, 52, 61-63
as to; Rest periods, regulations as to.)
DIRECTORY OF BUREAUS OF LABOR IN THE UNITED STATES
AND IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
Name of bureau.
Title of chief officer. | Location of bureau.
United States. United States Bureau of Labor Commissioner
Washington, D. C.
Deputy Commissioner Denver.
Albany, North Carolina. Bureau of Labor and Printing. Commissioner
Guthrie. Oregon... Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspec- Commissioner
Salem. tion of Factories and Workshops. Pennsylvania Bureau of Industrial Statistics. Chief
Harrisburg. Philippine Islands Bureau of Labor...
Austin. Virginia.... Bureau of Labor and Industrial Sta- Commissioner
Richmond. tistics. Washington Bureau of Labor...
Office du Travail (Ministère de l'In- Directeur General....) Bruxelles.
dustrie et du Travail). Canada. Department of Labor.
Minister of Labor
Directory of bureaus of labor in the United States and in foreign countries
Name of bureau.
Title of chief officer.
Location of bureau.
Ufficio del Lavoro (Ministero di Agri- | Direttore Generale... Roma.
coltura, Industria e Commercio). Netherlands.. Centraal Bureau voor de Statis- Directeur..
's Gravenhage. tiek. (a) New South Wales.) State Labor Bureau
Director of Labor.. Sydney. New Zealand.. Department of Labor.
Minister of Labor. Wellington.
Instituto de Reformas Sociales. Secretario General Madrid.
a Issues a bulletin of labor.
LEADING ARTICLES IN PAST NUMBERS OF THE BULLETIN.
No. 1. Private and public debt in the United States, by George K. Holmes. (a)
Employer and employee under the common law, by V. H. Olmsted and
S. D. Fessenden.(a)
The industrial revolution in Japan, by William Eleroy Curtis.(a)
The wealth and receipts and expenses of the U. S., by W. M. Steuart. (a) No. 3. Industrial communities : Coal Mining Co. of Anzin, by W. F. Wil
loughby.(a) No. 4. Industrial communities: Coal Mining Co. of Blanzy, by W. F. Wil
The sweating system, by Henry White.(a) No. 5. Convict labor.(a)
Industrial communities: Krupp Iron and Steel Works, by W. F. Wil
loughby.(a) No. 6. Industrial communities: Familistère Society of Guise, by W. F. Wil
Cooperative distribution, by Edward W. Bemis, Ph. D.(a) No. 7. Industrial communities: Various communities, by W. F. Willoughby.(a).
Rates of wages paid under public and private contract, by Ethelbert
Stewart.(a) No. 8. Conciliation and arbitration in the boot and shoe industry, by T. A.
Railway relief departments, by Emory R. Johnson, Ph. D.(a) No. 9. The padrone system and padrone banks, by John Koren.(a)
The Dutch Society for General Welfare, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.(a) No. 10. Condition of the Negro in various cities. (°)
Building and loan associations.(a) No. 11. Workers at gainful occupations at censuses of 1870, 1880, and 1890, by
W. C. Hunt.
Public baths in Europe, by Edward Mussey Hartwell, Ph. D., M. D. No. 12. The inspection of factories and workshops in the U. S., by W. F. Wil
loughby.(a) Mutual rights and duties of parents and children, guardianship, etc.,
under the law, by F. J. Stimson.(a) The municipal or cooperative restaurant of Grenoble, France, by C. 0.
Ward.(a) No. 13. The anthracite mine laborers, by G. 0. Virtue, Ph. D.(a) No. 14. The Negroes of Farmville, Va.; A social study, by W. E. B. Du Bois,
Incomes, wages, and rents in Montreal, by Herbert Brown Ames, B. A.(a) No. 15. Boarding homes and clubs for working women, by Mary S. Fergusson, (a)
The trade union label, by John Graham Brooks.(a)
son, Ph. D.(a)
The nations of Antwerp, by J. Howard Gore, Ph. D.(a)
a Bulletin out of print.