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Libraries and reading rooms, (Sce Education of employees, welfare work look-

ing to.)
Lockers and dressing rooms. (See Comfort of employees, welfare work looking to.)
Lowe Brcs. Co., Dayton, Ohio, welfare work oi.
Lowney Chocolate Co., Mansõeld, Mass., welfare work of -
Lunch rooms and restaurants, (See Comfort of employees, welfare work looking

to.)
Machine-shop products, weliare work in establishments manufacturing

7-21
Mall-orde: houses, welfare work oin-

60, 61
Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, Ill., welfare work of...
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New York City, welfare work or

66, 67
Musical, athletic, and theatrical clubs. (See Recreatioa for employees, welfare

work luoking to.)
National Biscuit Co., welfare work of

30, 37
National Cash Register Co., Dayton, Obio, welfare work of.

11-13
New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., welfare work of

61. 6.3
New York Evening Post, welfare work of

45, 46
New York Telephone Co., welfare work of

60
Niagara Falls Power Co., welfare work of

69, 70
Outings and picnics. (See Recreation for employees, welfare work looking to.)
Paint factories, welfare work in.--

31-33
Pension systems:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.

71, 72
Gorham Manufacturing Co--
International llarvester Co.

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Niagara Falls Power Co-

69, 70
Talbot Mills.
Union Pacific Railroad Co.

70
United Shoe Machinery Co.

13
Wells, Fargo & Co.
Westinghouse Air Brake Co.

19,20
l'estern Electric Co.
Picnics and outings. (See Recreation for employees, welfare work looking to.)
Pocasset Worsted Co., near Providence, R. 1., welfare work of

27, 28
Printing and publishing establishments, welfare work in

11-18
Prizes. (sce Education of employees, welfare work looking to.)
Protit sharing:
1.owe Bros. Co-

32
National Biscuit Co..
Sylvay Process Co.
William Filene's Sons Co.

19, 60)
Public utilities, welfare work of.

61-66
Railway companies, welfare work of -

70-73
Reading rooms and libraries. (Sce Education of employees, welfare work look-

ing to.)
Recreation of employees, welfare work looking to:
American Woolen Co-

26
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.
Ploomingdale Bros

40
Chicago Telephone Co.-

62, 63
Commonwealih Edison Co., Chicago..

OS
(urtis Publishin: Co.

17
Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Boston.

09
Gimbel Bros.
Greenbit-Siegel-Cooper ('o.
H. J. Heinz Co-

3:3, 34
International Harvester Co.

15, 10
Joseph & Feiss Co--

30, 31
Lowney ("hocolate Co-

:37
Marshall Field & Co.

51, 52
Metropolitan Life Insurance co-
R. H. Macy & Co.--

54, 55
Sears, Roebuck & Co.

61
Shreddedi Wheat Co-
Thomas G. Plant Co..

40
Thomas Manufacturing Co.

61
l’nion Pacific Railroad Co.

70, 71
United Shoe Machinery Co.

12
Wanamaker's
Western Electric Co.
Westinghouse Air Brake Co.
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co-
William Filene's Sons Co..

58-
Rest rooms. (See Comfort of employees, welfare work looking to.)
Restaurants and lunch rooms. (See Comfort of employees, wella re work look

ing to.)
R. H. Macy & Co., New York ('ity, welfare work of

54, 55
Sanitary arrangements and ventilation. (See Comfort of employees, welfare work

looking to.)
Savings banks, funds. etc. :
Commonwealth Edison Co., Chicago.

67
('urtis Publishing Co..

47
Forbes Lithogr:1ph (0-

44, 45
Gorham Manufacturing Co.-
Jetropolitan Life Insurance Co.

66, 67
New England Telephone & Telegraph Co-
Sears, Rocbuck & Co.-

60
William Filene's Sons Co..

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Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago, Ill., welfare work of
Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, Ohio, welfare work of..
Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y., welfare work of
Sickness and accident benefits. (See Benefit funds or associations, etc.)
Solvay Process ('o., Syracuse, N. Y., welfare work of..
Talbot Woolen Mills, North Billerica, Mass., welfare work of_
Telephone companies, welfare work of_
Theatrical, musical, and athletic clubs. (See Recreation for employees, welfart

work looking
Thomas G. Plant Co., Boston, Mass., welfare work of.
Thomas Manufacturing Co., Dayton, Ohio, welfare work of -
Toilet facilities and lavatories. (Sce Comfort of employees, welfare work look

ing to.)
Union Pacific Railroad Co., welfare work of.
United Shoe Manufacturing Co., Beverly, Mass., welfare work of
Vacations. (See Recreation for employees, welfare work looking to.)
Ventilation and sanitary arrangement. (See Comfort of employees, welfare work

looking to.)
Walker & Pratt Manufacturing Co., Watertown, Mass., welfare work of -
Wanamaker's Philadelphia, l'a., welfare work of ---
Wash rooms. (See Comfort of employees, welfare work looking to.)
Welfare work. (See Benefit funds or associations, etc.; Comfort, etc. ; Education,

etc.; Recreation, etc.)
Wells, Fargo & Co., welfare work of
Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Wilmerding. l'a., welfare work of
Westinglouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., East Pittsburgh Pa., welfare work of
Western Electric Co., Ilawthorne, III., welfare work of
William Filene's Sons Co., Boston, Mass., welfare work of
Woolen mills, welfare work in..

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SERIES OF BULLETINS PUBLISHED BY THE BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.

The publication of the Annual and Special Reports and of the bimonthly Bulletin has been discontinued, and since July, 1912, a Bulletin has been published at irregular intervals. Each number contains matter devoted to one of a series of general subjects. These Bulletins are numbered consecutively in each series and also carry a consecative whole number, beginning with No, 101. A list of the series, together with the individual Bulletins falling under each, is given below. A list of the Reports and Bulletins of the Bureau issued prior to July 1, 1912, will be furnished on application.

Wholesale Prices.

No. 1. Wholesale prices, 1890 to 1912. (Bul. No. 114.) etail Prices and Cost of Living. No. 1. Retail prices, 1890 to 1911: Part I. (Bul. No. 105: Part I.)

Retail prices, 1890 to 1911: Part II-General tables. (Bul. No. 105:

Part II.)
No. 2. Retail prices, 1890 to June, 1912: Part I. (Bul. No. 106: Part I.)

Retail prices, 1890 to June, 1912: Part II-General tables. (Bul. No. 106:

Part II.)
No. 3. Retail prices, 1890 to August, 1912. (Bul. No. 108.)
No. 4. Retail prices, 1890 to October, 1912. (Bul. No. 110.)
No. 5. Retail prices, 1890 to December, 1912. (Bul. No. 113.)
No. 6. Retail prices, 1890 to February, 1913. (Bul. No. 115.)

No. 7. Sugar prices, from refiner to consumer. (Bul. No. 121.)
Wages and Hours of Labor.
Women in Industry.
No. 1. Hours, earnings, and duration of employment of wage-earning women in

selected industries in the District of Columbia. (Bul. No. 116.) No. 2. Working hours of women in the pea canneries of Wisconsin. (Bul. No. 119.)

No. 3. Employment of women in power laundries in Milwaukee. (Bul. No. 122.) Workmen's Insurance and Compensation (including laws relating thereto).

No. 1. Care of tuberculous wage earners in Germany. (Bul. No. 101.)
No. 2. British National Insurance Act, 1911. (Bul. No. 102.)
No. 3. Sickness and accident insurance law of Switzerland. (Bul. No. 103.)
No. 4. Law relating to insurance of salaried employees in Germany. (Bul. No.

107.) Industrial Accidents and Hygiene. No. 1. Lead poisoning in potteries, tile works, and porcelain enameled sanitary

ware factories. (Bul. No. 104.) No. 2. Hygiene of the painters' trade. (Bul. No. 120.) Conciliation and Arbitration (including strikes and lockouts). Labor Laws of the United States (including decisions of courts relating to labor).

No. 1. Labor legislation in 1912. (Bul. No. 111.)

No. 2. Decisions of courts and opinions affecting labor, 1912. (Bul. No. 112.)
Foreign Labor Laws.
Miscellaneous Series.
No. 1. Statistics of unemployment and the work of employment offices in the

United States. (Bul. No. 109.)
No. 2. Prohibition of night work of young persons. (Bul. No. 117.)
No. 3. Ten-hour maximum working tay for young persons and women. (Bul.

No. 118.)
No. 4. Employers' welfare work. (Bul. No. 1'28.)

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CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION IN THE BUILDING TRADES OF

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