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Missouri. Dept. of Labor and Industrial Inspection,Missouri. Labor and Industrial Inspection Department
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1896
agriculture answer balance blank Boys Bureau BUREAU OF LABOR capital cash cent Cheap cities classes Commissioner condition corn crop yes demand desire dollars per acre eight EMPLOYERS employes employment establishment fact farm farm laborers farmers fifty five Foremen give given Government hands Hours of labor hundred inducements industries interest Iron labor per week Labor Statistics land lead living Lost Louis means mills mines Missouri month number of employes Number of returns Number of unskilled oats Occupations officers one-third past persons pound present productive questions railroad Reduction in wages Reduction since 1872 rent result schools secure sent supplied TABLE tobacco Total number Total wages paid TOTALS AND AVERAGES town trade Wages per week wages since 1872 Weekly earnings Weekly wages Wheat workmen Yearly earnings Yearly expenses
Sida 20 - Doc statistics in regard to the wages of labor and the social condition of the laboring classes as may enable the people of the State to judge how far legislation can be invoked to correct existing evils; and, in order to facilitate the duties herein imposed, all corporations, firms or individuals engaged in mining, manufacturing or other business, and all persons working for wages within this Commonwealth, are hereby required to furnish such statistical information as the Chief of said Bureau may...
Sida 6 - The object of this department shall be to collect, assort^, systematize and present in annual reports to the Governor, to be by him transmitted biennially to the General Assembly, statistical details relating to all departments of labor in the State, especially in its relation to the commercial, industrial, social, educational, and sanitary condition of the laboring classes, and to the permanent prosperity of the productive industries of the State.
Sida 6 - Commissioner shall be to collect, assort, systematize and present in biennial reports to the Governor, on or before the 15th day of August preceding each regular meeting of the General Assembly, statistical details relating to all departments of labor in the State, especially in its relations to the commercial, social, educational and sanitary conditions of the laboring classes, and to the permanent prosperity of the mechanical, manufacturing and productive industries of the State...
Sida 6 - All state, county, city and town officers, are hereby directed to furnish to said commissioner upon his request, all statistical information in reference to labor and labor industries, which shall be in their possession...
Sida 6 - The commissioner shall have power to take and preserve evidence, examine witnesses under oath, and administer the same, and in the discharge of his duty, may enter any public institution of the state, and at reasonable hours when open for business, any factory, workshop, mine or other place where labor may be employed.
Sida 20 - The said bureau shall further collect, compile and publish such statistics in regard to the wages of labor and the social condition of the laboring classes as may enable the people of the state to judge how far legislation can be invoked to correct existing evils...
Sida 6 - ... of the Secretary of the Commission, the compensation of the Commissioners and other arbitrators, the traveling and hotel expenses herein authorized to be paid, and for witness fees, printing...
Sida 20 - The chief or duly authorized deputy shall have power to issue subpoenas, administer oaths, and take testimony in all matters relating to the duties herein required of said bureau. Any corporation, firm, or individual doing business within this Commonwealth, who shall neglect or refuse, for thirty days, to answer questions by circular or upon personal application, or who shall refuse to obey the subpoena and give testimony according to the provisions of this act, shall be liable to a penalty of one...
Sida 7 - Commissioners shall have power to take and preserve evidence, examine witnesses under oath and administer the same, and in the discharge of his duties may enter any public institution of the State, and at reasonable hours any factory, mill, workshop, mercantile establishment or other places where labor may be employed.