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Decisions of courts affecting labor:

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Decisions under statute law......

414-432

Combinations in restraint of trade-boycott--antitrust law-consti-

tutionality of statute (Grenada Lumber ('0. 1. Mississippi).... 414-416

Employers' liability-fellow-servant: -course of employment-lia-

bility of foremen (Moyse ?". Northern Pacific Ry. ('0.)......

416-419

Employers' liability-railroad companies--acceptance of relief ben-

efits--constitutionality of statute (Mc Xamara 1. Washington Ter-

minal Co.).......

419-422

Employers' liability-railroad companies-- federal statute

struction ( Tsmura r. Great Northern Ry. ('0.).....

422, 423

Hours of labor of employees on railroads--commerce- regulation by

state law - federal regulation (People 1. Erie R. R. ('..)....... 423 423

Hours of labor of employees on railroads-federal statute--periods

of service and rest --construction of statute (Itchison, Topeka and

Santa Fe Ry. ('0.t'. United States)...

425, 426

Hours of labor of employees on railroads-violation by employees

as affecting claims for damages-state and federal regulation (Lloyd

r'. North ('arolina R. R. (0.).......

420-428

Hours of labor of women--police power constitutionality of statute

(W. C. Ritchie & Co. 1'. Wayman)....

428-430

Safety appliances on railways-commerce-state regulation (Detroit,

Toledo and Ironton Ry. ('0. 1'. State)...

430, 431

Sunday labor--contracts to be performed on Sunday--recovery of

compensation (K'night r. Press ('o., Limited).

431, 432

Decisions under common law.

432-436

('ontract of employment-consideration-release of claim for dam-

ages, breach of contract (Illinois ('entral R. R. Co. r. Fairchild).. 432, 433

('ontract of employment-reduction of rank of employee--violation

of contract - duty to seek other employment (Cooper 1. Stronge &

Warner Co.).......

433, 424

Contract of employment-term--renewal - breach-assignment of

claims (Allen r. Chicago Pneumatic Tool (0.).....

434-436

467

467, 468

468-474

474 476
719-748
859-861

Fa tal accidents in coal mining, etc.-Concluded.

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The fatal-accident rate due to principal causes-('oncluded.

Asphyxiation......

476

Mining machinery

476, 477

Mules.....

477

Electrocution....

477-480

Miscellaneous mine accidents.

480,481

Statistical analysis of 2,660 fatal mine accidents in the United States

during 1908.....

481-486

Descriptive analysis of fatal accidents in Illinois, 1904 to 1908..... 486-557

Statistical analysis of fatal accidents in West Virginia, 1899 to 1908..... 557–577

The fatal-accident rate in Pennsylvania, by occupations..

577-609

An estimate of the total loss of life in coal mines of North America..... 609, 610

The use of explosives in mines......

610-612

Chronological account of the principal mine disasters.

612-614

Summary ....

615-622

Appendix (29 tables).

623-671

Bibliography.....

671-674

Recent action relating to employers' liability and workmen's compensation,

by Lindley D. Clark, A. M., LL. M.:

Nature of liability and compensation systems.

675, 676

Federal employers' liability law......

676, 677

Statutes providing insurance..

677, 678

Statutes providing for compensation.

678-680

Proposed federal legislation.....

680

United States Workmen's ('ompensation Commission.

680-683

Attitude of state legislatures toward the compensation system.

683-688

Massachusetts..

684, 685

Mlinois....

685, 686

('onnecticut..

686

Wisconsin....

686

Minnesota and New York...

787

New Jersey and Ohio..

687, 688

Conferences of commissions.

688

Minnesota bill....

689, 690

Wisconsin bill..

690-692

New York statutes..

693

Report of New York commission......

693-698

Economic reasons for a compensation system.

693-697

Attitude of employers and employees...

697

(onclusions of the New York commission....

697, 698

Action by employers and association of employers and of workmen.. 698-702

United States Steel Corporation....

699

International Harvester Company.

699, 700

National associations of employers..

700, 701

National Civic Federation....

701

American Federation of Labor.

701, 702

Legal principles involved....

702-707

Statutes.....

707-714

Essential features of a compensation law; Chicago conference of November,

1910........

715-717

Summary of foreign workmen's compensation acts.

Cost of employers' liability and workmen's compensation insurance, by Miles Page.

M. Dawson:

Introduction

719-831

Austria....

752-759

Belgium.

760

Denmark..

760-765

Finland.

765-768

France.

769-773

Germany..

774-783

Great Britain.

784-792

Italy.....

791-794

Netherlands.

794-797

Norway.

797-801

Sweden...

802-809

Switzerland.

810-815

(anada...

815-818

New York...

819-823

C'nited States.

824-831

Decision of courts affecting labor:

Decisions under statute law.

832-855

Employer and employee-interference with relation-enticement-

construction of statute (Abingdon Mills ('0. 1. Grogan).

832, 833

Employers' liability-actions for injuries causing death-rights of

alien beneficiaries (Cetofonte i'. Camden Coke (0.).....

833, 834

Employers' liability-contracts between Pullman company and rail-

way company-waiver of employee's rights (San Antonio and Aran-

sas Pass Ry. Co. 1'. Tracy)....

835

Employers' liability-fellow-servant law-common carriers-consti-

tutionality of statute (Chicago, Miluaukee and St. Paul Ry. Co. v.

Westby)..

836, 837

Employers' liability-inspection of factories-violations of statutes,

defenses-construction (Caspar 1. Leuin).....

837-848

Employers' liability-railroad companies-hazards-construction of

statute-constitutionality-classification (Louisville and Nashville

R. R. Co. v. Melton). ....

848-852

Employers' liability-railroad companies--hazards-repair work-

constitutionality of statute (Svoboda e'. L'nion Pacific Railroad Co.). 852-854

Laundries-registration--police regulations-constitutionality (Dis-

trict of Columbia r. Shong Lee)....

854

Payment of wages-semimonthly pay day for railroad employees,

constitutionality of statute (New York Central and Hudson River

R. R. Co. 2. Williams).

854, 855

Decisions under common law..

855-866

Blacklisting-conspiracy--evidence ( Rhode 8 7'. Granby Cotton Mills). 855-857

Employer and employee-interference with relation-conspiracy to

destroy trade (Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance Co. l'. Firemen's

Fund Fire Insurance Co.).....

857-859

Employers' liability-fellow-servants-association theory (Louisrille

Ry. Co. r', llibbilt).

Employers' liability-sale place low bridge over railroad track-

rules-defenses (West r. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Ry. Co.). 861-863

Interference with contract of employment-procuring discharge-

damages ( Ruddy r'. C'nited Association of Journeymen Plumbers, etc.,

Local Vo. 24)....

864, 865

Labor organizations-closed-shop agreements-legality (Kissam r.

C'nited States Printing Co. of Ohio et al.; Mills ( al. i'. Same)...

865, 866

Working hours of wage-earning women in selected industries in Chicago,

by Marie L. Obenauer:

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Introduction....

867-871

The candy industry.

872-875

The paper-box industry.

875–880

Woman ticket agents of the elevated railways.

880-882

Steam laundries.....

882-885

The clothing industry.

885-890

The corset industry.....

890-891

Neighborhood department and small retail stores.

891-898

Hours and earnings in detail.....

898-915

Labor laws declared unconstitutional, by Lindley D. Clark, A. M., LL. M.:

Class of laws considered...

916, 917

Basis of legislative action...

917, 918

Constitutional restrictions...

918-922

Laws declared unconstitutional..

922-964

Laws affecting the contract of employment...

925-927

Examination, registration, etc., of workmen.

927-932

Employment of women and children..

932, 933

Protection of local labor.....

933-936

Employment offices.

936, 937

Rates of wages..

937-939

Mechanics' liens......

939, 940

Actions to recover wage debts..

940, 941

Garnishment and assignments of salaries and wages.

942

Time of payment of wages.

942–944

Payment of wages in scrip..

944, 945

Company stores....

945-947

Hours of labor.

947-951

Sunday labor.....

951, 952

Liability of employers for injuries to employees..

952-955

Inspection and safety of factories, workshops, etc..

956, 957

Protection of employees on street railways.

957

Mine regulations...

957

Labor organizations..

958-960

Injunctions and contempts....

960-962

Arbitration of labor disputes...

962

Protection of employees as voters.

963

Cases cited......

963, 964

Old-age and invalidity pension laws of Germany, France, and Australia:

Germany...

965-1002

France.

1003-1021

Australia....

1022-1033

Review of labor legislation of 1910, by Lindley D. Clark, A. M., LL. M.:

Introduction....

1034, 1035

Commissions....

1035-1037

Regulation of the contract of employment.

1037

Examination and licensing of workmen....

1037, 1038

Public service.....

1038

Wages....

1039, 1040

Hours of labor.

1040

Sunday labor.

1040

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