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Section 1. Meetings.—The association shall meet at least once annually at such time and place as the executive board may decide unless otherwise ordered by the convention.
Section 1. Program.—The program committee shall consist of the president, the secretary-treasurer, and the head of the department of the State or Province within which the convention is to be held, and they shall prepare and publish the convention programs of the association as far in advance of the meeting as possible.
Sec. 2. The committee on program shall set aside at least one session of the convention as a business session, at which session the regular order of business, and election of officers, shall be taken up, and no other business shall be considered at that session until the “regular order” has been completed.
SECTION 1. Rules of order.-—The deliberations of the convention shall be governed by “Cushing's Manual.”
SECTION 1. Amendments.—Amendments to the constitution must be filed with the secretary-treasurer in triplicate and referred to the committee on constitution and bylaws. A two-thirds vote of all delegates shall be required to adopt any amendment.
SECTION 1. Order of business.-
(a) Committee of five on officers' reports.
(d) Special committees.
Development of the International Association of Governmental
Labor Officials 1
Association of Chiefs and Officials of Bureaus of Labor
Convention held at
1 September 1883. 2 June 1884.. 3 June 1885. 4. June 1886. 5! June 1887. 6 May 1888 7 June 1889.
18902 8 May 1891. 9 May 1892.
1893 10 May 1894. 11 september 1895. 12 June 1896. 13 May 1897.
June 1898. 15 July 1899. 16 July 1900. 17 May 1901. 18 April 1902 19 April 1903. 20 July 1904. 21 September 1905. 22 July 1906. 23 July 1907 24
August 1908. 25 June 1909...
Columbus, Ohio. St. Louis, Mo.. Boston, Mass Trenton, N.J. Madison, Wis. Indianapolis, IndHartford, Conn. Des Moines, Iowa.. Philadelphia, Pa. Denver, Colo. Albany, N. Y Washington, D.C.. Minneapolis, Minn Albany, N. Nashville, Tenn. Detroit, Mich. Augusta, Maine. Milwaukee, Wis. St. Louis, Mo.. New Orleans, La. Washington, D. C. Concord, N. H. San Francisco, Calif. Boston, Mass. Norfolk, Va Detroit, Mich. Rochester, N. Y
I Known as Association of Governmental Labor Officials, 1914-27; Association of Government Officials in Industry, 1928–33. : No meeting.
International Association of Factory Inspectors
Convention held at
Philadelphia, Pa. Boston, Mass. Trenton, N.J.. New York, N. Y Cleveland, Ohio. Hartford, Conn. Chicago, ni. Philadelphia, Pa. Providence, R. I. Toronto, Canada. Detroit, Mich.
Boston, Mass Quebec, Canada. Indianapolis, Ind. Viagara Falis, N, Y. Charleston, SC Montreal, Canada. St. Louis, Mo.. Detroit, Mich. Columbus, Ohio. Hartford, Conn Toronto, Canada Rochester, N. Y
H. A. Newman.
do. Carroll D. Wright.
Carroll D. Wright.
do.. .do. .do.
do. William Z. McDonald. John Franey
1 June 1887
August 1899 4 August 1890. 5 August 1891
September 1892. 7 September 1893
september 1894. 9
September 1895. 10 September 1896. 11 August and Septem.
ber 1897 12 september 1898. 13 August 1899
October 1900. 15 september 1901.
December 1902 17 August 1903 13 September 1904. 19 August 1905. 20 June 1906. 21 June 1907
June 1908. 2 June 1909.
Joseph L. Cor.
Joint Meeting of the Association of Chiefs and Officials of Bureaus of Labor
and International Association of Factory Inspectors
Convention held at
J. Ellerly Hudson.....
25 26 27
E. J. Watson.
Hendersonville, N. C.,
and Columbia, S. C.
W. W. Williams.
International Association of Governmental Labor Officials 1 (Resulting from amalgamation of the Association of Chiefs and Officials of Bureaus of Labor and the
International Association of Factory Inspectors)
Convention held at
W. L. Mitchell.
20 21 22
i known as Association of Governmental Labor Officials, 1914-27; Association of Government Officials in Industry. 1928-33.
Mr. Stanley resigned in March 1928.
No convention was held in 1932, but a meeting of the executive committee and other members was held in Buffalo in June 1932 to discuss matters of interest to the association.
Mr. Sweetser served as president from May 1931 to the end of December 1932.
Appendix B.-Persons Attending the Twenty-Second Annual Convention of the International Association of Governmental Labor Officials
E. I. McKinley, commissioner, bureau of labor and statistics, Little Rock.
Connecticut Morgan Mooney, deputy commissioner, department of labor and factory inspection, Hartford.
Joseph M. Tone, commissioner of labor, Hartford.
C. W. Dickey, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington.
District of Columbia Mary Anderson, Director, Women's Bureau, United States Department of Labor.
Charles E. Baldwin, Washington, D.C.
Clara M. Beyer, Assistant Director, Division of Labor Standards, United States Department of Labor.
Marshall Dawson, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Dr. Roy R. Jones, Division of Labor Standards, United States Department of Labor.
Swen Kjaer, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Beatrice McConnell, Director, Industrial Division, Children's Bureau.
A. Louise Murphy, Division of Labor Standards, United States Department of Labor.
Charles F. Sharkey, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Louise Stitt, Director, Division of Minimum Wage, United States Women's Bureau.
Sidney W. Wilcox, Chief Statistician, United States Bureau of labor Statistics.
Daniel D. Carmell, assistant attorney general, department of labor, Chicago.
Dr. Peter T. Swanish, chief of division of statistics and research, department of labor, Chicago.
Frank E. Wenig, commissioner, bureau of labor, Des Moines.
B. G. Baird, factory inspector, commission of labor and industry, Topeka.
Everett Baker, attorney, Lyons.
G. Clay Baker, chairinan, commission of labor and industry, Topeka.
Mrs. G. Clay Baker, Topeka.
Alice Beveridge, State statistical supervisor, National Reemployment Service, Topeka.
A. A. Billings, Topeka.
Marie M. Brindell, secretary, workmen's compensation mission, Topeka.
Dana Brown, reporter, workmen's compensation commission, Topeka.
S. A. Campbell, supervisor, National Reemployment Service, Topeka.
Valda Campbell, workmen's compensation commission, Topeka.
Roy H. Galvin, factory inspector, commission of labor and industry, Topeka.
Mrs. Roy H. Galvin, Topeka.
Daisy Gulick, director, women's work, commission of labor and industry, Topeka.
Agnes E. Hannigan, Topeka.