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Public, No. 304 (50th Cong.), approved October 1, 1888, act to create boards

of arbitration for settling controversies of railroads and common car-

riers

Public, No. 115 (55th Cong.), approved June 1, 1898, mediation, concila-

tion, and arbitration concerning wages and hours of labor of carriers

and their employees (Erdman Act).

Public, No. 6 (63d Cong.), approved July 15, 1913, mediation, concilia-

tion, and arbitration in controversies between carriers and their em-

ployees (Newlands Act)---

Public, No. 152 (extract) (66th Cong.), approved February 28, 1920,

disputes between carriers and their employees and subordinate officials

(Esch-Cummings Act)

Public, No. 401 (68th Cong.), approved February 12, 1925, arbitration of

disputes arising out of contracts, maritime transactions, or commerce---

Public, No. 193 (52d Cong.), approved August 1, 1892, 8 hours daily

service for laborers and mechanics employed on public works, United

States and District of Columbia---

Public, No. 28 (extract) (59th Cong.), approved February 27, 1906, Eight-

Hour Act of 1892 not to apply alien laborers constructing Panama

Canal..

Public, No. 381 (extract) (59th Cong.), approved June 30, 1906, Eight-

Hour Act, 1892, as amended, not apply to unskilled alien workers,

foreman, and superintendent of such labor constructing Panama Canal.

Public, No. 274 (59th Cong.), approved March 4, 1907, 16-hour law-

Public, No. 479 (extract) (61st Cong.), approved March 4, 1911, con-

tracts for battleship construction to be awarded corporations who have

established 8-hour work day----

Public, No. 199 (67th Cong.), approved June 19, 1912, 8-hour day for

laborers and mechanics employed upon work done for United States

and District of Columbia--

Public, No. 336 (extract) (62d Cong.), approved August 27, 1912, city

letter carriers and clerks in first- and second-class post offices to limit

hours of service to 8 hours a day-

Public, No. 290 (extract) (62d Cong.), approved August 22, 1912, 8-hour

day act shall be enforced as to all contracts authorized by this act----

Public, No. 408 (62d Cong.), approved March 3, 1913, 8-hour laws to

extend to laborers, etc., employed on river and harbor projects-----

Public, No. 100 (58th Cong.), approved February 24, 1905, protect persons

furnishing material and labor on public works contracts (Herd Act, as

amended)

Public, No. 135 (extract) (73d Cong.), Vinson-Trammell Act Limitation

Profit on Contracts----

Public, No. 804 (74th Cong.), amendment to Vinson-Trammell Act relative

loss by contractor within income-taxable year.

Public, No. 528 (extract) (75th Cong.), amendment to the Vinson-Trammell

Act

Public, No. 18 (extract) (76th Cong.), amendment to the Vinson-Trammell

Act

Public, No. 43 (extract) (76th Cong.), relating to authorizing contracts for

Navy on cost-plus-a-fixed-fee basis_
Public, No. 629 (extract) (76th Cong.), amendment to the Vinson-Trammell

Act, the Walsh-Healey Act, and Cost-Plus-A-Fixed-Fee Basis Act..

Public, No. 667 (extract) (76th Cong.), amendment to Cost-Plus-A-Fixed-

Fee Act of April 25, 1939--.

Public, No. 671 (extract) (76th Cong.), amendment to the Vinson-Trammell

Act

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Public, No. 801 (extract) (76th Cong.), suspension of the Profit-Limiting

Provisions of the Vinson-Trammell Act and certain provisions of the

Merchant Marine Act, 1936.

Public, No. 831, (76th Cong.), suspend provisions of law prohibiting more

than eight hours labor a day of persons working on contracts of U. S.

Maritime Commission.--

Public, No. 321 (74th Cong.), approved August 24, 1935, dual bonds to be

furnished by contractors furnishing material and labor on public works

contract (Miller Act).

Public, No. 781 (extract) (76th Cong.), to amend the Miller Act relating

to dual bonds furnished by contractors..

Public, No. 800 (extract) (76th Cong.), to further amend the Miller Dual

Bond Contract Act.

Public, No. 309 (76th Cong.), authorizing contracts upon a cost-plus-a-fixed.

fee basis for construction work by War Department located in Alaska

and Panama Canal Zone..-

Public, No. 811 (76th Cong.), permit assigament of claims under public con-

tracts as collateral for bank loans to amend secs. 3477 and 3737 of Re-

vised Statutes...
Public, No. 267 (7 ng.), approved July 7, 1932, require contractors on

public buildings and public works for District of Columbia to furnish

bond for performance of contract----

Public, No. 633 (76th Cong.), amendment to Bacon-Davis Prevailing Rate

of Wage Act extending provisions to Alaska and Hawaii..

Public, No. 798 (71st Cong.), approved March 3, 1931, prevalling rate of

wage act (Bacon-Davis)

Public, No. 403 (74th Cong.), approved August 30, 1935 (kick-back

racket), amending Bacon-Davis Act prohibiting relative wages paid

laborers

Public, No. 324 (73d Cong.), approved June 13, 1934, prohibit anyone

receiving compensation paid laborers by contractors on public work

construction financed by Federal funds.

Public, No. 369, (73d Cong.), approved June 16, 1934, Government con-

tractor relief act for losses incurred complying with N. R. A. codes_---

Public, No. 741 (75th Cong.), approved June 25, 1938, contractors author-

ized to enter suits in Court of Claims for losses incurred complying with

N. R. A. Codes.--

Public, No. 35 (720 Cong.), approved February 18, 1932, union labor label

act for District of Columbia...

Public, No. 60 (63d Cong.), approved February 24, 1914, 8-hour day for

women employed in District of Columbia---

Public, No. 215 (65th Cong.), approved September 19, 1918, child labor, to

regulate in District of Columbia--

Public, No. 654 (75th Cong.), approved June 16, 1938, increasing salary

of secretary to the District of Columbia Minimum Wage Board----

Public, No. 249 (64th Cong.), approved September 1, 1916, child labor, to

regulate in the United States..

Public, No. 149 (60th Cong.), approved May 28, 1908, child labor in District

of Columbia, to regulate----

Public, No. 618 (70th Cong.), approved May 29, 1928, child labor in Dis-

tric of Columbia to regulate employment of minors.--

Public, No. 254 (extract) (65th Cong.), approved February 24, 1919,

child labor, to provide tax on employment of, in United States_-

House Joint Resolution 184 (68th Cong.), child labor amendment to Con-

stitution.

Public, No. 68 (64th Cong.), approved May 4, 1916, 16-hour act, to amend,

providing penalty $500 for permitting employee remain on duty longer

than authorized, section 2, act of March 4, 1907-

Public, No. 252 (64th Cong.), approved September 5, 1916, 8-hour day

act (Adamson).

Public, No. 219 (59th Cong.), approved June 11, 1906, liability of common

carriers in case of death of their employees---

Public, No. 100 (60th Cong.), approved April 22, 1908, Hability of common

carriers by railroad to any person injured or killed while employed by..

Public, No. 382 (76th Cong.), approved August 11, 1939, amendment to the

Employers' Liability Act-----

Public, No. 117 (61st Cong.), approved April 5, 1910, liability railroad

carriers amend act of 1908 relative jurisdiction courts in actions for

damages

Public, No. 176 (60th Cong.), approved May 30, 1908, granting 1 year's

compensation certain employees of United States for injuries sustained

in course of employment----

Public, No. 382 (76th Cong. ), to amend Employers' Liability Act, Liability of

Common Carriers by Railroad.----

Public, No. 256 (60th Cong.), approved February 24, 1909, Panama Canal

employees to grant 30 days per annum with pay those injured course

employment

Public, No. 101 (62d Cong.), approved March 11, 1912, amend act of 1908

granting compensation to certain injured employees by extending pro-

vision to Bureau of Mines and Forestry Service

Public, No. 267 (64th Cong.), approved September 7, 1916, employees' com-

pensation act, establishment of..-

Public, No. 169 (64th Cong.), approved July 28, 1916, authorize employ-

ment acting employees Postal Service in place employees or substitutes

injured while on duty-

Public, No. 82 (65th Cong.), approved October 6, 1917, jurisdiction of

district courts in claimants' rights and remedies under workmen's

compensation law of any State --

Public, No. 6 (extract) (66th Cong.), approved July 11, 1919, Employee

Compensation Act of 1916 to extend provisions of to employees District

of Columbia government.---

Public, No. 10 (extract) (66th Cong.), approved December 24, 1919, com-

pensation paid by United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet

Corporation on account injury or death of employees to be in full

satisfaction of claims..

Public, No. 172 (extract) (67th Cong.), approved March 20, 1922, claims

for personal property damage authorizing Postmaster General to settle

not to exceed $500.--.

Public, No. 156 (C6th Cong.), approved March 9, 1920, admiralty suits

against the United States to authorize-----

Public, No. 213 (72d Cong.), approved June 30, 1932, Admiralty Suits Act

of 1920 to amend section 5_-

Public, No. 239 (67th Cong.), approved June 10, 1922, admiralty and

maritime civil causes jurisdiction district courts shall not extend to

injuries or death for which compensation is provided under State

Workmen's Compensation Law -

Public, No. 241 (67th Cong.), approved June 13, 1922, employees' com-

pensation act to amend relative civilian employees A. E. F. World War

may file claims period 1 year after passage this act-

Public, No. 15 (73d Cong.), approved May 12, 1933, Federal Emergency

Relief Act of 1933_-

Public, No. 5 (extract) (73d Cong.), approved March 31, 1933, Civilian

Conservation Corps extend provisions Employees' Compensation Act
1916 to person employed in---
Public, No. 163 (extract) (75th Cong.), approved June 28, 1937, relative

to compensation, medical care, hospitalization, etc., under Employees'

Compensation Act of 1916, for enrollees in Civilian Conservation Corps.

Public, No. 93 (extract) (73d Cong.), approved February 15, 1934, Civil

Works Administration employees extend provision Employees' Com-

pensation Act 1916 to employees of not to exceed $3,500 or monthly

rate of $25_-----

Public, No. 363 (75th Cong.), approved August 25, 1937, allow credit in

accounts of disbursing officers for overpayments of wages on Civil Works

Administration projects to waive recovery of overpayments.-

Public, No. 412 (extract) (73d Cong.), approved June 19, 1934, Civilian

Conservation Corps extend provisions Employees' Compensation Act 1916

as amended by act February 15, 1934, Public, No. 93 (73d Cong).

Public Resolution No. 11 (extract) (74th Cong.) approved April 8, 1935.

Making appropriations for relief purposes..

Public, No. 374 (67th Cong.), approved December 28, 1922, claims for

damages private property by naval vessel collisions authorizing Secre-

tary Navy to settle not to exceed $500_

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Public, No. 375 (67th Cong.), approved December 28, 1922, claims for

damages private property authorizing heads of departments or inds-

pendent establishments to settle not exceeding $1,000_.

Public, No. 481 (74th Cong.), approved March 20, 1936, claims against

Federal Bureau of Investigation for personal or private damages to

authorize Attorney Generay to settle not to exceed $500.-

Public, No. 465 (extract) (67th Cong.), approved March 2, 1923, claims

for damages and loss private property incident training practice etc., of

Army to settle not to exceed $500_

Public, No. 537 (67th Cong.), approved March 4, 1923, Employees' Com-

pensation Act 1916 to amend to preserve status of persons awarded

compensation under..

Public, No. 196 (68th Cong.), approved June 5, 1924, Employees' Com-

pensation Act 1916 to amend relative to review of awards.---

Public, No. 512 (extract) (68th Cong.), approved February 28, 1925,

Employees' Compensation Commission to bave jurisdiction for injuries

while on active duty in time of peace officers and enlisted men Naval

Reserve

Public, No. 257 (69th Cong.), approved May 20, 1926, Railroad Labor Act

Watson-Parker)

Public, No. 442 (73d Cong.), approved June 21, 1934, Railroad Labor Act

to amend

Public, No. 487 (74th Cong.), approved April 10, 1936, Railroad Labor Act

to amend extending provisions of to air pilots---

Public, No. 669 (70th Cong. ), approved January 19, 1929, convict labor

products (Hawes-Cooper Act)---

Public, No. 215 (74th Cong.), approved July 24, 1935, convict labor

products (Ashurst-Sumners Act)---

Public, No. 851 (76th Cong.), to amend Convict Labor-Products Act (Ash-

hurst-Sumners Act of July 24, 1935)---

Public, No. 419 (70th Cong.), approved May 17, 1928, Workmen's Com-

pensation Act for District of Columbia...

Public, No. 619 (75th Cong.), approved June 15, 1938, amend Workmen's

Compensation Act for the District of Columbia---

Public, No. 432 (69th Conc.), approved June 26, 1926, Employees' Compen-

sation Act 1916 amend relative medical assistance and transportation for

treatment..

Public, No. 104 (73d Cong.), approved April 16, 1934, insurance companies

insuring employers in District of Columbia against liability for com-

pensation under Employee Compensation Act to file rates with Superin-

tendent of Insurance

Public, No. 269 (73d Cong.), approved June 4, 1934, industrial life insur-

ance contracts in District of Columbia.---

Public, No. 349 (70th Cong.), approved May 4, 1928, Longshoremen's and

Harbor Workers Compensation Act to amend..-

Public. No. 603 (69th Cong.), approved February 12, 1927, Employees'

Compensation Act 1916 to amend increase total disability allowances

and burial allowances.

Public. No. 579 (74th Cong.), approved May 13, 1936, Employees' Com.

pensation Act 1916 to amend allowing additional $50 a month for an

attendant to those total disabled.--

Public, No. 468 (75th Cong.), approved April 6, 1938, to amend section 42

of Employees Compensation Act of Septeniber 7, 1916_

Public. No. 558 (75th Cong.), approved May 31, 1938, to amend section 40

of Employees Compensation Act, so term physicial will include osteo-

paihic practitioners_

Public, No. 179 (76th Cong.), to amend Employees Compensation Act and

extend benetits to Officers Reserve Corps and Enlisted Reserve Corps

of Army injured in line of duty----

Public, No. 747 (76th Cong.), to amend Employees Compensation Act and

extend benefits to Oflicers and Evlisted Reserve Corps of Army injured

in line of duty between dates of February 28, 1925 and July 15, 1939.---

Public, No. 448 (76th Cong.), amend section 40 of Employecs Compensation

Act and extend benefits to employees on the Menominee Indian Reserva-

tion in Wisconsin...

Public, No. 844 (extract) (74th Cong.), approved June 29, 1936, Employees'

Compensation Act 1916 to amend extending benefits to employees and

dependents World War veterans injured or killed Florida hurricane---

Public, No. 814 (74th Cong.), approved June 25, 1936, State workmen's

compensation laws granting States jurisdiction to apply to workmen on

Government building project belonging to United States---

Public, No. 803 (69th Cong.), approved March 4, 1927, Longshoremen's

and Harbor Workers Compensation Act----

Public, No. 257 (73d Cong.), approved May 26, 1934, Longshoremen's and

Harbor Workers Compensation Act to amend with respect to rates of

compensation

Public, No. 727 (75th Cong.), approved June 25, 1938, amend Longshore-

men's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act----

Public, No. 537 (71st Cong.), approved July 7, 1930, Labor Department

to punish monthly number persons employed, total wages, hours of

labor in principal industries_-

Public, No. 616 (71st Cong.), approved February 10, 1931, Employment,

Stabilization, and Advance Planning Act of 1931-

Public, No. 53 (72d Cong.), approved March 8, 1932, War Department to

purchase and contract for Amercian-made products and materials.

Public, No. 65 (72d Cong.), approved March 23, 1932, Anti-Labor-Injunc-

tion Act (Norris-La Guardia)-

Public, No. 306 (72d Cong.), approved July 22, 1932, repeal Act of 1886

incorporating national trade unions..

Public, No. 428 (extract) (72d Cong.), approved March 3, 1933, buy

American-made products, etc., for public use in Government contracts.--

Public, No. 846 (74th Cong.), approved June 30, 1936, Government con-

tracts requiring contractors to pay prevailing rate of wage, 40-hour

work week, and abolish child labor (Walsh-Healey Act)--

Public, No. 703 (extract) (76th Cong.), amendment to the Walsh-Healey

Public Contracts Act---

Public, No. 30 (73d Cong.), approved June 6, 1933, national employment

systems to establish (Wagner-Peyser).

Public, No. 54 (74th Cong.), approved May 10, 1935, employment offices

to alter amounts apportioned to States.-

Public, No. 782 (75th Cong.), approved June 29, 1938, to amend (Wagner-

Peyser) United States Employment Service Act.

Public, No. 390 (76th Cong.), approved August 11, 1939, transfer United

States Employment Service records, files, in local offices to the States ----

Public, No. 67 (extract) (73d Cong.), approved June 16, 1933, collective

bargaining by labor and right of employees to organize under N. R. A.

codes.-

Public Resolution No. 44 (73d Cong.), approved June 19, 1934, National

Industrial Relations Board established extending provisions of section

7 (A), N. R. A. Act--

Public Resolution No. 11 (74th Cong.), approved April 8, 1935, Emer.

gency Relief and Work Relief Act, 1935, appropriating $4,380,000,000_---

Public, No. 739 (extract) (74th Cong.), approved June 22, 1936. Emer.

gency Relief and Work Relief Act, 1936, appropriating $1,425,000,000 --

Public Resolution No. 47 (75th Cong.), approved 29, 1937, Eemergency

Relief Act of 1937...

Public Resolution No. 80 (75th Cong.), approved March 2, 1938, amending

Emergency Relief Act of 1937 by appropriating additional $250,000,000.-

Public Resolution No. 122 (75th Cong.), approved June 21, 1938, Eemergency

Relief Act of 1938_

Public Resolution No. 43 (73d Cong.), approved June 9, 1934, international

labor organization providing membership for United States in-----

Public, No. 157 (73d Cong.), approved April 13, 1934, special staistical

studies upon payment of cost authorizing Department of Labor to

make

Public, No. 35 (76th Cong.), approved April 15, 1939, special statistical

studies by Labor Department, to authorize continuance indefinitely ----

Public, No. 34 (74th Cong.), approved April 11, 1935, special statistical
studies by Labor Department to authorize continuance until April 13,
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