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CONTENTS OF VOLUME V.

No. 1.-JULY, 1917.

Errors in death registration in the industrial population of Fall River, Page.

Mass., by Arthur Reed Perry, M. D------

1-8

Care of dependents of enlisted men in Canada

9-14

Industrial efficiency and fatigue in British munition factories_

14-19

Munitions tribunals in Great Britain.-----

19-25

New plan for labor substitution in munition factories of Great Britain - 25-28

Women recruits for work on farms in Great Britain.

28-31

Child labor on English farms during the war--

31, 32

Child labor in warring countries-----

32-34

Additional allowances to old-age pensioners in Great Britain.

34, 35

The labor supply of France-----

35-39

Measures of protection for working mothers in France

39-41

Lodging artillery and munition workers in France---

42, 43

French occupational census of 1911.-----

43-54

President's position on State legislation affecting labor.

54

Suspension of Federal eight-hour law-----

55

Injunctions under the Federal antitrust law-

56, 57

Overtime work and wages for women in California canneries-- 57, 58

Recent collective agreements in various European countries :

Wage agreement of the Dutch furniture trade---

58-61

Wage increases for woodworkers in Sweden --

61

Increase in wages in the Netherlands during the war.

61-65

Food conservation through cooperation of volunteer forces_.

65, 66

Government control of food supplies in Germany-

66-68

Government control of food supplies in Great Britain.--

69–78

Food policy framed by national committee of British workers

78-80

Sunday closing law of Geneva, Switzerland ----

80, 81

Disease as a compensablé injury-------

81-96

Workmen's compensation legislation of 1917:

Idaho

96-98

South Dakota----

98-100

Workmen's compensation, admiralty, and interstate commerce 100-109

Court decisions on the workmen's compensation law of New York.----- 110

Recent reports relating to workmen's compensation and accident in-

surance:

Minnesota

111-115

Nebraska

115, 116

New Jersey -

117-118

Porto Rico

118, 119

Washington

119-121

West Virginia -

121-123

Industrial poisons in the manufacture of explosives

124, 125

Increase in industrial insurance accident mortality during 1916, by

Louis I. Dublin, Ph. D------

125, 126

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