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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Frances Perkins, Secretary
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

Isador Lubin, Commissioner (on leave)
A. P. Hinrichs, Acting Commissioner

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Index to Volume 52—January to June 1941

NOTE.-This is a SUBJECT INDEX. Names of authors do not appear as main entries.
Aceldent statistics:

Page
Great Britain. Factories. Fatal and nonfatal injuries, 1938 and 1939..

May 1212-13
- Woman workers. Frequency increase resulting from excessive overtime.

June 1346
Age distribution. Federal employees, as of December 31, 1938.....

Jan. 70-2
Agricultural implements industry. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to
March 1941..

Jan. 170; Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Agriculture:

Fair Labor Standards Act. Exemptions from labor provisions for "area of production"
of agricultural, horticultural, and dairy commodities broadened...

May 1253-1
Farmers' cooperatives. (See under Cooperation.)
Migratory workers. Labor-contractor system (California and other States). Methods
and results.....

Feb. 345-8
Negro families. Aid to, under rehabilitation program of Farm Security Administration. Feb. 348-9
Puerto Rico. Sugarcane. Employment, wages, working conditions, labor and other
legislation, and importance of industry in Island's economy...

Jan. 105-9
Aircraft and parts industry. Strike restrictions, arbitration, duration and renewal of con-
tract. Summary of provisions in collective agreements...

Mar. 548-50
Aircraft industry:
Expansion to meet war demands. Government aid, location, floor-space extension,
labor requirements, potential additions to program, jobs, and labor needs..

Feb. 327-31
Labor requirements, estimates of, for 1941.....

May 1135
Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941..

Jan. 170;

Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Overtime provisions in collective agreements.

Apr. 842
Aliens:
Admissions, departures, and debarments, by U. S. ports, year ended June 30, 1940.

Mar. 662
Deportations from United States, by cause and year, 1935-40..

Mar. 665
Employment policies concerning. Dry-goods stores..

Mar. 586-7
Registration under Alien Registration Act of 1940 to January 10, 1941, by State....

Mar. 667
Alaminum industry:
Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941.

Jan. 170;

Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Overtime provisions in collective agreements...

Apr. 843-4
Strike restrictions, arbitration, duration and renewal of contract. Summary of pro-
visions in collective agreements..

Mar. 550-1
Apprenticeship:
Canada. Construction industry. National Joint Conference Board. Recommenda-
tions of...

Apr. 839-40
Haiti. Central Agricultural School training center for basketry, ironwork, butchering,
cabinet work, and gardening...

Feb. 387-8
Automobile industry. Overtime provisions in collective agreements..

Apr. 844-5
Automobiles and bodies; automobile parts and equipment. Labor turn-over. Monthly

rates, October 1940 to March 1941..--------- Jan. 170; Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Bakery industry. Annual wage and hour survey by BLS, method and scope..

Jan. 200-1
Banks. Argentina. Working conditions of employees. Law of September 10, 1940, pro-
visions.....

Jan. 143-5
Beauty-service industry. New York. Minimum-wage law. Increases since date effective. Feb. 359-60
Boot and shoe industry. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941....

Jan. 171;

Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Brass, bronze, and copper products. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to
March 1941..

Jan. 171; Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Brick, tile, and terra cotta. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941.. Jan. 171;

Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Badgets, cost-of-living. Great Britain (and Northern Ireland). Industrial workers' house-
bolds, 1937-38, food and other items. Summary.

Apr. 940–2; June 1461

Building and loan associations:

Page
Federal- and State-chartered. Number, membership, and assets, 1938 and 1939.

Jan. 127
Number, membership, and assets. By States, end of 1939, including mortgage loans,
surplus, and undivided profits.

Jan. 126-7
Summary for United States, by year, 1930-39.

Jan, 127
Building construction:
Activity in year 1940, including comparison with 1939 and trends since 1921

June 1573-84
Federal and State buildings, principal cities. Value of contracts awarded, November
1940 to April 1941...

Jan. 223; Feb. 463–4; Mar. 732; Apr. 1005; May 1282; June 1587
Home building, urban. 1938 operations, by size of city..

May 1283-5
Residential. Construction and demolition, 1936–38, summary (Schneider)..

Mar. 721-9
New units, nonfarm, by type, size of city, and source of funds, during first 9 months
of 1940.

Jan. 214-19
New units, nonfarm, by type, size of city, region, source of funds, and estimated
permit valuation, year 1940, with trend, 1920 to 1940..

Apr. 1006-14
Statistics. Number and kind of buildings, permit valuation, and families provided for,
principal cities, November 1940 to April 1941...

Jan. 219-23;
Feb. 460-4; Mar. 729–32; Apr. 1002–5; May 1279–83; June 1584-7

Camps, labor. Child workers on farms in Erie County, N. Y. Conditions.

Apr. 864-5
Canning and preserving industry. Description, and sections in which located.

Feb. 435-7
Canning industry. Puerto Rico. Minimum-wage order effective March 22, 1941, under
Fair Labor Standards Act..

May 1255
Canteens. Great Britain. Factories. Order by Minister of Labor and National Services,
November 11, 1940. Provisions...

Apr. 927
Carpet and rug industry. Minimum-wage order under Fair Labor Standards Act, effective
March 17, 1941.

Apr. 967
Cast-iron pipe. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941.

Jan. 171;

Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Cement industry. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941.

Jan, 171;

Feb. 421; Mar. 682; Apr. 954; May 1249; June 1485
Census, Sixteenth (1940). Population by States, and comparison of total with totals of
former censuses from 1790...

Jan. 133-5
Child labor:

Agriculture, industrialized. Age minimum recommended by Southern Interstate
Conference on Migratory Labor....

Feb. 345
Farms (New York, Erie County). Berry and bean pickers. Hours and conditions
(summary of State Industrial Commissioner's report).

Apr. 864-5
New York. Truck farms, migrants serving. Proportion of workers under age..

Feb. 391-2
Professional (stage and radio entertainers, etc.). Recommendations by National Child
Labor Committee.-

Apr. 869
Theaters, entertainers in. Minimum ages, hours, working conditions, social effects, and
problems of legislation...

Apr. 864-9
Child welfare. Berry and bean pickers on farms in Erie County, N. Y. (State Industrial
Commissioner's report).--.

Apr. 864-5
Cigars and cigarettes. (See under Tobacco industry.)
Civil defense. Great Britain. National Service Act of April 1941. Provisions.

June 1393-4
Civil Service, U.S. (See Federal employees, U. S. Government.)
Civilian Conservation Corps (U. S. Government):
Educational activities. Cooperation of schools and colleges

June 1411
Negro-youth participation in..

June 1412-13
Operations, 1933–41, summarized.

June 1405-13
Placement assistance given by..

June 1411
Selection, eligibility, and enrollment regulations, number of camps and enrollecs, remun-
eration, cost, camp life, and administration..

June 1405-13
Training given enrollees, by occupation and number enrolled.

June 1410-11
Work accomplishments, April 1933 to April 1941, summary by type of work.

June 1408
Clay-products (structural) industry. Contracts (U. S. Government). Minimum-wage
determination, December 27, 1940..

Feb. 424
Clothing. Quality affected by rising costs.

Feb. 286-91
Clothing industry, men's. Labor turn-over. Monthly rates, October 1940 to March 1941.. Jan. 171;

Feb. 422; Mar. 683; Apr. 955; May 1250; June 1486
Clothing industry, women's. Dresses. Collective-agreement provisions covering manage-

ment efficiency and sales; hours and overtime; setting of piece rates; and mediation.. May 1164-7
Coconut industry. Puerto Rico. Wage order under Fair Labor Standards Act, effective
May 12, 1941.

June 1487-8

Collective agreements, United States:
Arbitration, duration and renewal provisions, and strike restrictions, following indus-

tries: Aircraft and parts; aluminum; electrical-equipment; iron and steel; longshore;
machine-tool; marine transport; metal mining, smelting, and refining; rubber; ship-

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building; and trucking...

Mar. 546-64
Clothing (dress) industry. Provisions covering management efficiency, sales promotion,
hours and overtime, piece rates, and mediation..

May 1164-7
Contract, signed, may be required by National Labor Relations Board if collective-
bargaining agreement has been reached. (U. S. Sup. Ct. decision).

Feb. 398-9
Overtime provisions in specified defense industries

Apr. 841-51
Seniority provisions, summary of..

May 1167-77
Shipbuilding industry (Pacific coast). Background and text.

May 1162-4
Collective agreements, foreign countries:
Brazil. Petroleum industry. Summary of provisions effective for 4 years from June 1,
1939...

May 1177-9
Sweden, Federation of Labor and Swedish Employers' Association, contract January
9, 1941, providing for wage increase..

Apr. 1001
Compulsory labor:

Norway. Training of leaders plann to begin December 1940, and labor camps to open
May 1, 1941...

Mar. 595-6
Soviet Union. Boys 14 to 18 years old to be trained for State Labor Reserve, under decrees
of October 3, 1940.-

Feb. 393-4
Conciliation and arbitration, United States:
Collective agreements (11 industries). Provisions for.-

Mar. 346-64
Department of Labor, work of. By States and industries, November 1940 to April 1941.. Jan. 167-8;

Feb. 416-17; Mar. 677-8; Apr. 949-51; May 1244-6; June 1478-80
Mediation Board, National Defense. Activities, March, April, and May 1941.... May 1139;

June 1477-8
Cases, status to end of April 1941.

May 1139
Railroads. National Mediation Board activities, 1939-40

Mar. 598-600
Conciliation and arbitration, Australia. Court of Conciliation and Arbitration. Powers
extended by wartime regulations.

Apr. 827-9
Confectionery industry. New York. Minimum-wage law. Wage increases for women
since date effective....

Feb. 361
Construction industry, United States:

Federal funds (financed from). Value of contracts awarded and force-account work
started, by Government agency, November 1940 to April 1941..-.

Jan. 223;

Feb. 464; Mar. 733; Apr. 1006; May 1283; June 1588
State funds (financed from). Public buildings and roads (highways), November 1940 to
April 1941...

Jan. 223; Feb. 464; Mar. 733; Apr. 1006; May 1283; June 1588
Construction industry, Canada. Joint control by employee and employer representatives,
for speedier war production...

Apr. 837-40
Consumption. Expansion in purchases, 1940, and factors affecting-

Mar. 532-3
Contractors. Licensing and examination of. State laws, summary.

Feb. 395-8
Contracts, U. S. Government:

For material and equipment purchased. Wage determinations. (See under Minimum

wage.)
National Defense Advisory Commission statement, September 1, 1940, concerning com-
pliance with legislation. Discussion of.....

Mar. 535-6
Conventions, meetings, etc.:

British Trades-Union Congress (72d). October 1940. Summary of proceedings.... Jan. 154-5
Canadian National Joint Conference of Employers and Employees in Building Industry,
Ottawa, February 1941, proceedings summarized...

Apr. 837-40
Employment Problems of the Negro, Michigan State Conference on, Detroit, October 8,
1940. Findings-committee report summarized....

Feb. 350-4
Interstate Conference on Migratory Labor (Southern). Atlanta, Ga., December 1940.
Recommendations summarized..

Feb. 343-5
Labor Legislation, Seventh National Conference on. Washington, December 9-11, 1940.
Summary of proceedings...

Jan. 136-7
Cooperation, United States:

Consumers'. Activities, legislation, new services and facilities, extension of wholesale

services, changes in organizational structure, labor relations and conditions, and endorse-
ments of movement, 1940...-

Mar. 638-48
Credit unions. Bill proposed to enable payment of patronage refunds to borrowers. Mar. 639
Educational work in 1940, summary of...

Mar. 646-7
Electricity. REA activities, years 1935-36 to 1939–40 summarized; income and pay roll,
year ending June 30, 1940.

Apr. 896-900

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