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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XV.
NO. 1.-JULY, 1922. Special articles:
Page. Efficiency of American labor, by Ethelbert Stewart, United States Commissioner of Labor Statistics..
1-12 Problems and importance of factory inspection, by John P. Meade.. 13-23 Industrial relations and labor conditions: Germany: Recent changes in the distribution of wealth..-
24-30 Representation of works councils on boards of directors of corporations...
30-32 Prices and cost of living : Retail prices of food in the United States...
33-53 Retail prices of coal in the United States..
54-57 Comparison of retail price changes in the United States and foreign countries.--
57-59 Revised index numbers of wholesale prices.
59-62 Great Britain. Retail prices of clothing, 1914 and 1922.
62, 63 Wages and hours of labor:
New York. Average weekly earnings of State factory workers in
64 China. Wages in a cotton mill.
Wages in beet sugar and coal mining industries and in domestic
65-68 Wages in the territory of the Saar.
69, 70 Eight-hour day in the merchant marine --
70, 71 Great Britain. Wages of farm labor in England and Wales, by Mrs. V. B. Turner...
71-86 Manchuria. Wages of Chinese and Japanese workers.-
86, 87 Netherlands. The 48-hour week..
87 Peru. Wages and working conditions of agricultural laborers. 87, 88
Switzerland. Extension of the working week in certain industries. Production and efficiency of labor : “Idle-day" costs in the coal mining industry.--
89, 90 France. Production per worker in iron mines of Lorraine
90, 91 Great Britain. Operations of British coal mines, January 1 to April 1, 1922.
91, 92 Labor agreements, awards and decisions : Railroads-Decisions of the Railroad Labor Board.
93-101 Ladies' garment industry-Cleveland..
101-109 Printing industryPressmen..
109 Web pressmen—Washington, D. C...
109-113 Stereotypers-New York..