Fourth report of the Factory investigating commission, 1915. Transmitted to the Legislature February 15, 1915 New York (State). Factory Investigating Commission

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New York (State). Factory Investigating Commission
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Working class -- New York (State); Minimum wage; Cost and standard of living -- New York (State)
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  • v. 1. Report. Appendices: I. Bills recommended by commission. II. Briefs submitted by commission. III. Memoranda on the relationship between low wages and the vice problems. Questionnaire on the wage problem. Symposium on the minimum wage problem. Industrial education and wages. Consolidation of departments inspecting buildings in New York city. List of questions on fire hazard in mercantile establishments. Study of hotel laundries
  • v. 2. Appendix IV. Report of wage investigation
  • v. 3. Appendix V. Statistical tables, supplementary to Report of general wage investigation
  • v. 4. Appendices: VI. Relationship between industrial education and wages. VII. Cost of living in New York state. VIII. Wage regulation in Australasia
  • v. 5. Testimony given at hearings held to consider the subjects of consolidation of departments in New York city and wages and wage legislation (Apr. 18, 1914-Jan. 22, 1915)
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