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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
United States. Commission on Industrial Relations.
Washington, Govt. print. off., 1916
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frank P Walsh; Basil Maxwell Manly; United States. Commission on Industrial Relations.; United States. Congress Senate.
|Notes:||Frank P. Walsh, chairman.
The "Final report", issued also with different arrangement in 1915, includes the report of Basil M. Manly, director of research and investigation, and individual reports and statements of the several commissioners.
|Description:||11 volumes ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 1. Suggestions of expert witnesses. Trade agreements in collective bargaining. Efficiency systems and labor --
v. 2. Cloak, suit, and waist industry. Employment offices and unemployment. The American Federation of Labor, the socialist party and the Industrial Workers of the World. Building trades of New York City. Industrial education, apprenticeship, and the administration of child-labor laws. State mediations and arbitration of industrial disputes. Men's garment trades of New York City --
v. 3. The dock workers of New York City. The department stores of New York City. Industrial conditions and relations in Paterson, NJ. General industrial relations and conditions in Philadelphia. The cooperative plan of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co. The metal trades of Philadelphia. Industrial education, apprenticeship, and administration of child-labor laws. Glass and pottery industries --
v. 4. The textile industry in Philadelphia. The women's garment industry of Philadelphia. Industrial conditions and relations in Chicago. Life and labor conditions of Chicago stockyards employees. Conditions of employment of waiters and cooks. Industrial conditions and relations in the gold-mining operations at Lead and Black Hills, S. Dak. Mining conditions and industrial relations at Butte, Mont. --
v. 5. Industrial relations and remedies, Seattle, Wash. General industrial conditions and relations in Portland, Oreg. Exhibits. Open and closed shop controversy in Stockton, Cal. The seasonal labor problems in agriculture. Unemployment in California --
v. 6. Labor conditions in construction camps. Collective bargaining in San Francisco. Industrial accident compensation. General industrial relations and conditions in San Francisco. The painters' strike in San Francisco. The open and closed shop controversy in Los Angeles --
v. 7. Smuggling of Asiatics. Exhibits. The Colorado coal miners' strike --
v. 8. The Colorado coal miners' strike --
continued. Centralization of industrial control and operation of philanthropic foundations. Further proceedings relating to Colorado strike, large foundation, and industrial control --
v. 9. Further proceedings relating to Colorado strike, large foundation, and industrial control --
continued. Rockefeller interests in Colorado. The land question in the Southwest --
v. 10. The land question in the Southwest --
continued. Commercial telegraph companies. Pullman employees. Harriman railroad system strike --
v. 11. Conditions of labor on Pennsylvania railroad. Labor and the law. Pennsylvania state police. Labor conditions in Porto Rico.
|Series Title:||Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate), 64st Congress, no. 415.|
|Responsibility:||submitted to Congress by the Commission on industrial relations created by the act of August 23, 1912.|