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NO. 1-JULY, 1925

Special articles:

Economies of creamery butter consumption, by Ethelbert Stewart,

United States Commissioner of Labor Statistics..

1-6

Industrial ventilation as applied to harmful dusts, gases, and fumes,

by John Roach, deputy commissioner of labor of New Jersey ---- 6–12

Industrial relations and labor conditions:

Use of health label in women's garment trades..

13, 14

Relations between capital and labor.-----

14, 15

Massachusetts—Labor conditions in the shoe industry

15-17

Germany,

Postwar labor conditions.--

17, 18

Works council movement.

18, 19

Prices and cost of living:

Retail prices of food in the United States.

20-41

Retail prices of coal in the United States..

42-44

Index numbers of wholesale prices in May, 1925_

45

Trend of wholesale prices in the Inited States, 1801 to 1924_

46, 47

Distribution of consumer's money spent for certain commodities ---- 47-53

Comparison of retail price changes in the United States and in foreign

countries.---

53-55

Cost of living in foreign countries.

56-65

Costa Rica-Food costs.---

65

India-Standard of living among middle-class Indian families in

Bombay-----

65-67

Poland-Retail prices of food in Warsaw in March and April, 1925.- 68

Wages and hours of labor:

Hours and earnings in anthracite mining, 1922 and 1924.

69-87

New York-Average weekly earnings of factory employees, April,
1925.

87, 88

Utah-Wages in coal mines, December 31, 1924.

89

Argentina—Wages in Buenos Aires ---

89

Canada-Amendment to British Columbia hours of work act. 89, 90

Costa Rica-Wages of skilled workers.

90

Denmark— Wages in agriculture, 1924-25.

91

Italy-Wages and hours of labor in Milan, April, 1925.

92

Uruguay-Eight-hour day for seamen.

92

Productivity and efficiency of labor :

Georgia—Production on farms..

93, 94

Woman and child labor:

Scheduled working hours for women..

95-97-

Maryland-Woman and child labor, 1924.

97, 98

Vermont--Working women in Brattleboro.

99-101

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