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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
No. 37-NOVEMBER, 1901.
ISSUED EVERY OTHER MONTII.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
CARROLL 1). WRIGHT,
G. W. W. HANGER,
CHAS.. HI. VERRILL, STEPHEN 1). FESSENDEN, G. A. WEBER.
Several important special papers which relate to the problems of railway employment have already been published in the Bulletin of the Department of Labor. “ Brotherhood relief and insurance of railway employees" was discussed by Prof. Emory R. Johnson, of the University of Pennsylvania, in Bulletin No. 17, for July, 1898, and in an earlier article (a) by the same author on “Railway relief departments," an account was given of what the roads are doing in the same direction for their employees. Dr. Walter E. Weyl has published quite an extensive review of "The condition of railway labor in Europe," () and in Bulletin No. 31, for November, 1900, an article by Dr. Luigi Einaudi discusses “ The condition of railway labor in Italy." There is also in Bulletin No. 29, for July, 1900, a brief statement on the subject of “Hours of labor and of rest of railway employees in Prussia," made to the Department of State by Hon. Richard Guenther, Cnited States consul-general at Frankfort-on-the-Main. In addition to these special contributions there is scattered throughout the pages of the Bulletin much material, especially in the digests of court decisions and in the labor legislation, which affects the interests and
a See Bulletin No. 8, January, 1897.
6 See Bulletin No. 20, January, 1899.