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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

FRANCES PERKINS, Secretary
> BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

ISADOR LUBIN, Commissioner

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Automobile manufacturing. (See Motor-vehicle industry.)

Page Automotive parts and equipment manufacturing. N.R.A. code, effective November 18, 1933, tabular analysis of labor provisions....

Dec. 1334 Awards and decisions, trade-board, impartial chairman, etc. (See specific industry.) Banks: Commercial. N.R.A. code, effective October 16, 1933, summary of labor provisions.... Nov. 1050-1;

Dec. 1334 Mutual savings. N.R.A. code, effective October 23, 1933, summary of labor provisions. Nov. 1063-4;

Dec. 1339 Barter-exchange organizations. (See Self-help organizations.) Basic wage. (See Living and basic wage.) Bedspreads, novelty curtain draperies and pillows. N.R.A. code, effective November 11, 1933, tabular analysis of labor provisions.--

Dec. 1339 Beet sugar industry. N.R.A. code, effective November 6, 1933, tabular analysis of labor provisions....

Dec. 1343 Benefits and benefit funds:

Photo-engravers' unions, local and international, benefits paid, by type, 1931 and years ending May 31, 1932 and 1933..

July 40; Nov. 1098 Spaulding Bakeries, Inc., Binghamton (N.Y.). Benefit society members allowed free choice of dentist and physician, year's experience..

Aug. 295-6 Stereotypers and electrotypers' international union, benefit payments, by type, annual amount, 1932 and 1933...

Sept. 560-1 Street and Electric Railway Employees, Amalgamated Association, and its locals, amounts paid, by type of benefit, 1932...

July 39 Trade unions. Amount paid, national and international unions, by type of benefit and organization, 1931 and 1932.

Nov. 1130; Dec. 1374-6 Typographical Union, International, and its locals, amounts paid, by type of benefit, 1931 and 1932...

July 38-9 (See also under specific kind of benefit.) Bituminous-coal mining. (See Mining.) “Blanket code”, President's (Roosevelt) Reemployment Agreement, text..

Aug. 262-5 Blast furnaces, workers in, and long tons produced, 1923, 1925, 1927, 1929..

Nov. 1034 Boiler manufacturing. N.R.A.code, effective October 16, 1933, summary of labor provisions. Nov. 1051-2,

Dec. 1334 Boiler (steel tubular and fire-box) industry. N.R.A. code, effective November 6, 1933, summary of labor provisions...

Nov. 1072-3; Dec. 1342 Bonuses, wage systems. Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.), coal mines, Don Basin, monthly productivity bonus, by class of workers..

Aug. 398 Boot and shoe industry (except Wages and hours, which see):

N.R.A. code, effective October 13, 1933, summary of labor provisions.. Nov. 1040-1; Dec. 1334 Unemployment and retirement plan, Hill Bros. Co., shoe manufacturers, Hudson (Mass.)-.

Nov. 1096-7 Wage earners, number of, actual and per million population, 1850 to 1931.

Nov. 1026 Braiding and wire-covering machine (and parts) industry. N.R.A. code, effective October 13, 1933, summary of labor provisions..-

Nov. 1043-4 Budgets, cost-of-living: Expenditures, business women, influence of depression on, 1931 and 1932.

Dec. 1359-60 San Francisco. Family budget, quantity and cost, price for November 1932, typical for executives, clerks, and wage earners..

Aug. 470-1 Toronto (Ontario, Canada). Minimum wage board weekly budget, working woman, 1932...

Oct. 860 Buffing and polishing composition. N.R.A. code, effective November 4, 1933, tabular analysis of labor provisions..

Dec. 1335 Buffing and polishing-wheel industry. N.R.A. code, effective November 4, 1933, tabular analysis of labor provisions.--

Dec. 1335 Builders' supplies trade. N.R.A. code, effective October 13, 1933, summary of labor provisions...

Nov. 1042; Dec. 1335 Building and loan associations: Membership and assets, by State, 1932.

Dec. 1415 Membership, assets, and loans outstanding, 1920 to 1932.

Dec. 1414-16 Building-construction industry (except Wages and hours, which see):

Costs, per cubic foot, by class of building, Detroit (Mich.), 1915, 1920, 1925, and 1929-33.. Oct. 910-11 Public building, Federal and State, value of contracts awarded, September 1932 and 1933.

Nov. 1159

Building-construction industry-Continued.

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Trend of indicated expenditures, 1921 to 1932, by class of building and population group-- July 136-9
(See also Housing, United States; Housing, foreign countries; section Housing, each issue

of Monthly Labor Review.)
Building operations. (See Housing.)
Business furniture, storage equipment, and filing supply industry. N.R.A. code, effective
November 14, 1933, tabular analysis of labor provisions.....

Dec. 1335
Business women, budget expenditures, influence of depression on, 1931 and 1932.

Dec. 1359-60
Canneries. (See Food canning and preserving.)
Cap and closure industry. N.R.A. code, effective October 31, 1933, summary of labor
provisions.....

Nov. 1070; Dec. 1335
Cast-iron soil pipe industry. N.R.A. code, effective September 11, 1933, summary of labor
provisions.

Oct. 812-13; Dec. 1335
Census, industrial, United States:

Blast furnaces, steel works and rolling mills, wage earners in, actual and per million
population, 1850 to 1931..

Nov. 1026
Boot and shoe industry, wage earners in, actual and per million population, 1850 to 1931.. Nov. 1026
Children 10 to 15 years of age, school attendance and gainful employment, 1910, 1920, 1930. July 48
Mexican population, census of, by sex, State, and geographical division or section, 1920
and 1930..

July 46-8
Motor-vehicle industry, wage earners in, actual and per million population, 1850 to 1931.. Nov. 1026
Occupational changes, as shown by decennial census reports, 1850 to 1930..

Nov. 1017-27
Retail stores, employment and wages in, 1929-

Nov. 1193-9
Textile industries (cotton, bosiery, silk, woolen), wage earners in, actual and per million
population, 1850 to 1931.

Nov. 1026
Central Statistical Board, Federal Government, make-up and duties.

Sept. 552
Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago, 1933, exhibits of Department of Labor and its
bureaus...

Nov. 1086-8
Certificates of employment. (See Child labor and welfare.)
Child labor and welfare, United States:

Amendment to Constitution, text, submission to States and ratification status, as of
September 1, 1933...

Sept. 556-7
Employment certificates. Children 14 and 15 years of age receiving first regular, by city,
1927 to 1932..

Dec. 1361-6, 1369-71
Children 16 and 17 years of age receiving first regular, by State and city, 1929 to 1932. Dec. 1367-9
Malnutrition (undernourishment), school children, extent of, conference discussion,
October 6, 1933

Nov. 1084-5
N.RA. codes, effect of, on employment of children..

Dec. 1373
Nutrition and child health, conference discussion, Washington, D.C., October 6, 1933... Nov. 1084-5

School attendance and gainful employment, children 10 to 15 years of age, 1910, 1920, 1930. July 48
Child labor and welfare, foreign countries:
Egypt. Bill regulating employment, July 26, 1933, summary

Nov. 1137
Great Britain (England and Wales). “Unregulated occupation", hours of employ-

ment, fourth report, National Advisory Council for Juvenile Employment, January
13, 1932..

Sept. 557-9
Japan. Mining, coal, night work and underground work prohibited for women and
persons under 16, effective September 1, 1933.

Oct. 848-9
Civil service employees. (See Public service.)
Civil Works Adminsitration, Federal (C.W.A.). Creation of, November 9, 1933.

Dec. 1332
Clothing industry (except Wages and hours, which see):
Men’s. N.R.A. code, effective September 11, 1933, summary of labor provisions..... Sept. 547-50;

Dec. 1339
Needle trades. Lehigh and Northampton Counties (Pa.), conditions in, report of
Governor Pinchot's commission, 1933..

Nov. 1092-4
Women's. Coat and suit industry, N.R.A. code, effective August 7, 1933, summary of
labor provisions....

Sept. 523-7; Dec. 1335
Decisions, trade-board, etc. Chicago, ladies' garment workers, award effective
July 31, 1933.

Oct. 890-1
Coat and suit industry. N.R.A. code, effective August 7, 1933, summary of labor pro-
visions...

Sept. 523–7; Dec. 1335
Codes (of fair competition), industrial:

National Recovery Administration (N.R.A.). (See specific industry.)
President's (Roosevelt) Reemployment Agreement (blanket code), text-

Aug. 262-5
Codes, safety. (See Accident prevention, general.)

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