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Reports of British Board of Trade on cost of living in England and Wales,

Germany, France, Belgium, and the United States:

Page

Introduction..

557-55

Rates of wages..

560-56

Hours of labor

563-56

Rents....

565, 56

Retail prices of commodities..

566-56

Cost of food consumed weekly in the British workman's family...... 569, 571

Hours of labor of men, women, and children employed in factories in Austria.. 571-604

Digest of recent foreign statistical publications:

Chile-Report on the condition of labor in the saltpeter industry....... 607–611

Finland-Report on conditions of employment of clerks and assistants in

business offices and mercantile establishments....

611-616

Germany,

Report of relief work done by the city of Düsseldorf....

616-621

Report on women's organizations...

622-626

Italy-Report on housing condition among public administration employ-

ees in the city of Rome and among railway employees....

626-631

Sweden-Report on employment of alien laborers...

632

Decisions of courts affecting labor:

Decisions under statute law....

633-654

Combinations in restraint of trade-antitrust law-penalties—juris-

diction--constitutionality (Grenada Lumber Co. et al. v. State).... 633, 634

Employers' advances-contracts with intent to defraud-peonage-

constitutionality of statute (Bailey v. Alabama).....

... 634-639

Employers' liability-mine regulations—disobedience by employ-

ers—assumption of risk-negligence of licensed employees (Poli v.

Numa Block Coal Co.)......

639-641

Employers' liability-railroad companies—fellow-servant act-

death-survival of action (Sumner v. Missouri Pacific Ry. Co.).... 641

Employers' liability-railroad companies—fellow-servant law-

constitutionality of statute ( Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City R. R.

Co. v. Turnipseed).......

641-644

Employers' liability-railroad companies-relief benefits-receipt

not a bar in suits for damages-construction of statute (Chicago,

Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co. v. McGuire)......

644-649

Employment of women-hours of labor-constitutionality of stat-

ute-police power (Withey v. Bloem)......

649-650

Garnishment of wages-class legislation--constitutionality of statute

(White 1. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co.)......

650-652

Payment of wages-wages as preferred claims-assignment of rights

(Richeson v. National Bank of Mena)......

653

Public work-protection of laborers and material men-contractors'

bonds (Title Guaranty & Trust Co. v. Crane Co.).

Decisions under common law..

654-672

Employer and employee-contract of employment-breach-

accord and satisfaction-necessary elements (Fuller v. Smith)..... 654–657

Employers' liability-injuries by fellow servants—"initiation" of

new employees ( Medlin Milling Co. v. Boutwell)....

657, 658

Employers' liability-injury to employee being transported to place

of employment (Headline v. Great Northern Ry.)......

658, 659

Employers' liability--railway relief fund-malpractice-charities

(Texas Central R. R. Co. v. Zumwalt).....

659-661

Decisions of courts affecting labor—Concluded.

Decisions under common law-Concluded.

Page.

Employers' liability-relation of employer and employee-inde-

pendent contractors assumption of risk-contributory negli-

gence-questions for jury-fear of discharge-safe place to work

(Jewell v. Arkansas City Bolt & Nut Co. et al.).....

661-667

Labor organizations-right to withhold service-boycott-action for

damages ( Meier v. Speer).......

667-070

Labor organizations-rules-expulsion of members--regulation by

courts (Crutcher v. Easter Division, No. 321, of the Order of Railway

Conductors of America)...

670-672

No. 94.-MAY, 1911.

Fourth report of the Commissioner of Labor on Hawaii:

Introduction...

673

Description of the Territory.

673-674

Population of Hawaii, by race.

674-676

Industries of Hawaii...

676-680

The sugar industry....

680–696

Centralization of the industry.

680, 681

Statistics of production..

681-683

Field and mill employments...

683, 684

Conditions of employment and wages of plantation labor..

684-689

Supervision of field work....

689, 690

Wages of skilled plantation labor..

690-692

Plantation stores...

692, 693

Condition of plantation labor in Hawaii..

694–696

Miscellaneous rural industries....

696-699

Mechanical and urban occupations.

699-702

Income and cost of living of workpeople in Honolulu .

702-714

Immigration and settlement.

715-726

The Japanese strike of 1909..

726-762

Conclusion...

762, 763

Analysis of tables:

Cost of living in Honolulu....

764

Retail prices of commodities ...

764, 765

Occupations, wages, hours of labor, and nationality or race of em-

ployees....

765-768

Table 1.-Membership and income of family and occupation of head

of family of representative wage-earning families in Honolulu, by

769-774

Table II.—Home conditions of representative wage-earning families

in Honolulu, by race ..

775-780

Table III.-Income of representative wage-earning families in Hono-

lulu, by race...

781-786

Table IV.-Expenditures of representative wage-earning families in

Honolulu, by race...

786-792

Table V.-Retail prices of commodities, 1890 to 1910...

793-799

Table VI.-Occupations, rates of wages, hours of labor, and nation-

ality or race of employees in each industry, 1910.

.... 800-913

Table VII.-Occupations, average wages and hours of labor, and

nationality or race of employees in each industry, 1900–1901, 1902,

1905, and 1910....

914-1117

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