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Date: January 1, 1899
Date: January 1, 1891
Persons exempt from conscription in Great Britain. Reprint of a schedule published by the Ministry of Labor and National Service of Great Britain showing a list of occupations of British men and women possessing skill or experience that is required for the maintenance of production or essential services, which are... exempt from conscription. Presented by Mr. Lodge. August 26 (legislative day, August 5), 1940. -- Referred to the Committee on Printing.
Date: August 26, 1940
Wages and hours of labor in the iron and steel industry: 1907 to 1915. With a glossary of occupations. October, 1917 [U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin. Whole Number 218. Wages and Hours of Labor Series: No. 25. October 1917.]
Date: April 2, 1917
Date: January 1, 1892
Report of the Secretary of the Interior; being part of the message and documents communicated to the two Houses of Congress at the beginning of the first session of the Forty-ninth Congress.
Date: January 1, 1886
Date: January 3, 1953
Date: January 1, 1892
Wages and hours of labor in foundries and machine shops, 1931. [U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin No. 570. Wages and Hours of Labor Series. December 1932.]
Date: January 1, 1932
Wages and hours of labor in the motor vehicle industry, 1925. [U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin No. 438. Wages and Hours of Labor Series. May 1927.]
Date: January 1, 1927
National War Labor Board: A history of its formation and activities, together with its awards and the documents of importance in the record of its development. [U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin No. 287. Labor as Affected by the War Series. December 1921.]
Date: January 1, 1922
United States consular reports. Labor in Europe. Reports from the consuls of the United States in the several countries of Europe on the rates of wages, cost of living to the laboring class, past and present wages, &c., in their several districts, in response to a circular from the Department of State requesting information on these subjects; together with a letter from the Secretary of State transmitting the same to the speaker of the House of Representatives.
Date: January 1, 1885