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employment agencies, for factory inspection, for industrial com-
mission, for department of mines and minerals (H. B. 743, p. 96),
p. 327 ; salaries of director of labor, director of mines and minerals,
assistant director of labor, chief factory inspector, and industrial
officers adjusted (H. B. 220, p. 48), p. 327; appropriation for prose-
cutions in mine riot cases (S. 6. 3, p. 13), p. 327; requirements
concerning examination of hoisting engineers amended. (S. B. 372,
p. 449), p. 291.

INDIANA

Safety and Health: employers required to render places of employment
safe and sanitary (C. 64, p. 195), p. 328; coal mining laws recodi-
fied (C. 177. p. 487), p. 292.

Social Insurance: workmen's compensation law amended (C. 76, p. 245),
p. 305; commission created to studv old age pensions (H. C. R. 14,
not included in session law volume), p. 316; certain public utilities'
employees excluded from workmen's compensation act (C. 10. p.
29), p. 324; benefit ftmds authorized for certain public utilities'
empWees (C. 10, p. 29), p. 323; federal maternity act accepted
(C. 60, p. 175), PL 321.

Administration: department of mines created (C. 42, p. 131), p. 327;
mine inspectors' salaries increased (C. 17/, p. 487), p. 292; ad-
ministrative building council created and certain public officials
designated as administrative committee thereof with broad powers
over places of employment (C. 64, p. 195), p. 327; appropriations
made for maternity care and for industrial board, and appropriation
for free employment bureau withheld (C. 130, p. 337), p. 328.

IOWA

Miscellaneous: appropriations made for improvement of school condi-
tions in mining camps (C 286, p. 311), p. 270.

Individual Bargaining: workmen's' compensation awards exempted from
garnishment (C. 206, p. 192), p. 305.

Collective Bargaining: arbitration and conciliation law amended (C. 230,
p. 220), p. 278.

Safety and Health: elevator safety law enacted (C. 18, p. 12), p. 296;
regulation of safety and sanitation of buildings authorized (C. 134,
p. 124), p. 296.

Sociol Insurance: accident compensation allowed certain law enforcing
officers (C. 17, p. 11), p. 305; workmen's compensation awards
exempted from garnishment, etc. (C. 206, p. 192), p. 305; federal
maternity act accepted (C. 61, p. 63), p. 321; empWees' benefit
schemes excluded from insurance laws (C. 170, p. lo7), p. 324;

Administration: mine inspectors directed to post summaries of condi-
tions found and orders issued (C. 16, p. 10), p. 328; duties of labor
commissioner extended under elevator coae and conference board
appointed (C. 18, p. 12). p. 296; administrative duties under
arbitration law transferred (C. 230, p. 220), p. 278; appropriations
for vocational rehabilitation (C. 295, p. 318), p. 328; additional clerk
allowed labor commissioner (C. 334, p. 371), p. 32^.



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IOWA

(Special Session)

No labor legislation enacted in 1923. Session cootiniiing into 1924.

KANSAS

Miscelkmevus: railroads authorized to grant free transportatioo to
persons killed in their employ CC. 168, p. 241), p. 270.

Individual Bargaining: threshers' lien law extended (C 159, p. 230),
p. 274.

Collective Bargammg: appropriations and staff of industrial court cur-
tailed (C. 5, p. 18), p. 328.

Hours: certain county and town employees excluded from eight-hour
law (C. 157, p. 222), 281.

Safety and Health: child labor law amended (C. 182, p. 265), p. 296l

Administration: appropriations and staff of court of industrial relations
reduced (C. 5. p. 18), p. 328; disposition of mine examinatioa fees
altered (C. 27, p. 42), p. 328.

MAINE

Hours: hours of certain minors reduced (C. 198, n. 344), p. 281 : hour
law for women and minors initiated but killed. (No. reference
available), p. 282

Safety and Health: safety requirements for inland boats altered (C. 149,
p. 277), p. 294.

Social Insura$u:e: accident compensation allowed injured members of
national guard and naval militia (,C. 174, p. ^1), p. 305; state
employees' retirement act amended (C. 199, p. 345). p. 316.

Admintstration: number of reports of commissioner ot labor and in-
dustry reduced (C. 82, p. 75), p. 328.

MASSACHUSETTS

Individual Bargaining: weekly pay day law extended (C. 136, p. 136),
p. 272.

Minimum Wage: commission of administration directed to report on
minimum and maximum salaries for various classes of state em-
ployees (C. 362. p. 330), p. 279; law establishing wage for certain
laborers on public works amended (C. 350, p. 320), p. 280.

Hours: emergency clause included in eight-hour law for certain public
employees (C. 236, p. 227), p. 281; vacations granted more city
employees (C 346, p. 318), p. 284; commission of administratioa
and finance is directed to report on vacations for various classes of
state employees (C. 362, p. 330), p. 279.

Employment: regulations covering certain employment agencies amended
(d 473, p. 502), p. 286; in employment of scrub women preference
given to widows of certain former city employees (C. 476, p. 510),
p. 288.

Social Insurance: workmen's compensation act amended (C. 163, p. 153.
C. 125, p. 72, and C. 139^ p. 138), p. 305; additional revMwing
boards to be appointed (C. 151, p. 145), p. 328; salaries of in-
dustrial accident board members increased (C. 477, p. 511), p. 328;
cities and towns authorized to establish accident compensation
insurance funds (C. 234, p. 226). p. 305; aid during rdiabilitation
training authorized (C 434, p. 441), p. 314; retirement law enacted
for laborers employed by New Bedford (C. 161, p. 151), p. 316;
retirement law enacted for certain county employees (C. 333. p. 294),
pt 316; retirement law enacted for employees of Worcester ((3.
410, p. 417), p. 316; Boston employees retirement law amended
(C 426, p. 435), p. 317; county employees' retirement law amended
(C, 190, p. 165), p. 317; state employees' retirement law amended
(C. 205, p. 208), p. 317; city employees' retirement law amended
(C. 458, p. 469), p. 317; commission created to study and rtport



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concerning pensions for private and public employees (Resolves,
C. 43, p. 577). p. 317.
Administration: appointment of additional reviewing boards authorized
(C. 151, p. 145), p. 328; salaries of industrial accident board mem-
bers increased (C. 477, p. 511), p. 328; salary of commissioner of
state aid and pensions altered (C. 368, p. 370), p. 328; appropria-
tions for county pensions (C 342, p. 305), p. 328; appropria-
tions for dejpartment of labor and industries, for encouraging
old age annuities, for compensating injured state employees, for
retiring state house scrub women, for maternity care, for commis-
sioner of state aid and pensions, for building, boiler and elevator
inspection, for department of industrial accidents, for old age
pension commission, and for aid to persons during rehabilitation
training (C. 126, p. 73, and C. 494, p. 545), p. 329.

MICHIGAN

Miscellaneous: bribery law revised (No. 146, p. 211), p. 270.

Hours: children's night work law and women's and children's hour
law extended (No. 206, p. 319), p. 282.

Employment: change in location of public employment offices authorized
(No. 206, p. 319), p. 287.

Safety and Health: child labor laws generally amended (No. 206, p.
319), p. 289; factory safety device law amended (No. 206, p. 319),
p. 290; automatic nre box doors required on certain locomotives
(No. 86, p. 112), p. 294; standard caboose cars required (No. 123,
p. 182), p. 294; power to protect railroad employees increased (No.
127 p. 186), p. 294.

Social Insurance: liability of aircraft owner for injury to employees
determined (No. 224, p. 362), p. 301; federal maternity act accepted
(No. 240, p. 386), p. 321; regulations for companies insuring rail-
road employees amended (No. 71, p. 96), p. 324.

Administration: commission empowered to locate public employment
offices (No. 206, p. 319), p. 287; commission empowered to con-
demn unsafe machinery (No. 206, p. 319), p. 290; public utilities
conmiission's powers increased (No. 127, p. 186). p. 294; collection
and publication of labor statistics altered (No. 206, p. 319), p. 329;
appropriations for department of labor and industry (No. 193,
p. 304), p. 329; appropriations for maternity care (No. 240, p. 386),
p. 321.

MINNESOTA

Individual Bargaining: time check wage payment law amended (C. 167,
p. 189). p. 272; wage payment law enacted for certain county
employees (C 268, p. 350), p. 272; threshers' lien law extended
(C, 132, p. 141), p. 274; public employees' wages and salaries sub-
jected to garnishment (C. 363, p. 520), p. 274.

Collective Bargaining: notice of trade disputes required in labor adver-
tisemcnts (C. 272, p. 364), p. 289.

Minimum Wage: publication of minimum wage orders altered (C 153
p. 173), p. 280. V • .

Hours: women's hours restricted (C. 422, p. 626), p. 282* weekhr rest
day law enacted (C. 298, p. 395), p. 284.

Employment: employment service for blind persons extended (C. 336,
P- 487^, p. 287; advertisements for labor further regulated (C. 272,



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p. 364), p. 289.



Safety cmd Health: rzilrosid safety regulations extended (C. 392, p. 547),
p. 294; sanitation of industrial camps regulated (C. 227, p. 260),
p. 29o.

5'ofia/ /»j«rancr: liability law for railroad employees amended (C

o*-P;,^£r)' P- 301- workmen's compensation act amended (C 91

p. 87. C. 279. p. 373, C. 282, p. 377. C. Jw, p. 398. andT^ p. 566),



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p. 305; volunteer firemen excluded from workmen's compensation
act (C. 179, p. 204), p. 306; highway employees allowed accident
compensation (C. 242, p. 303), p. 306; membership of compensation
insurance board changed (C. 263, p. 333), p. 329; maintenance
allowed blind persons during rehabililation training (C. 336, p. 487),
p. 287.
Administration: regulations governing mine inspectors' reports amended
(C 41, p. 40, and C. 62, p. 58), p. 329; board of health directed to
regulate sanitatbn of industrial camps (,C 227, p. 260), p. 296;
highway commissioner directed to report accidents of his employees
(C. 242, p. 303), p. 306; membership of compensation insurance
boaxd altered (C. 263, p. 333), p. 329; appropriations for industrial
commission and for maternity care (C. 443, p. 677), p. 329.

MISSOURI

Hours: children's hour law amended (S. B. 23, p. 129), p. 282.
Employment: disposition of employment agency fees and fines altered

(S. B. 184, p. 248). p. 330.
Safety and Health: caboose car regulations amended (H. B. 80, p. 309),

p. 294; first aid kits required on trains (C. S. H. B. 517, p. 332),

p. 294.
Social Insurance: workmen's compensation act defeated (H. B. 73 of

1921), p. 306.
Administration: labor department law defeated (H. B. 648 of 1921),

p. 329; duties of employment certificate officers altered (H. B.

344, p. 130), p. 329; powers of industrial inspector extended (H. B.

372, p. 248), p. 329; disposition of certain fees altered (S. B. 184,

p. 248), p. 330; appropriations for bureau of labor statistics, for

mdustrial inspector, for mining department, and for rehabilitation

work (H. B. 670, p. 11), p. 330; appropriations for rehabilitation

work (H. B. 671, p. 77), p. 330.

MONTANA

Individual Bargaining: lien law for laborers on oil or gas wells amended
(C. 152, p. 434), p. 274; threshers' lien law amended (C. 27. p. 46,
and C. 28, p. 46), p. 274.

Safety and Health: boiler inspection act amended (C. 140, p. 402),
p. 296.

Social Insurance: old age pension law for all citizens enacted (C. 72,

?. 192), p. 317; appropriations made to match federal maternity
unds (H. B. 408, p. 594), p. 322.
Administration: county commissioners directed to administer old age
pension act (C. 72, p. 192), p. 317; boiler inspectors to be desig-
nated steam vessel inspectors (C. 105, p. 270), p. 330; procedure
for examination of certain mine employees clarified (C. 14^, p. 405),
p. 330; disposition of certain funds altered (C. 165, p. 538), p. 330;
deficiency appropriation for industrial accident board (H. B. 165,
p. 546), p. 330; deficiency appropriation for coal mine inspector
(H. B. 362, p. 559), p. 330; appropriations for industrial accident
board and for vocational rehabilitation work (H. B. 389, p. 564),
p. 330; appropriations for department of agriculture, labor and in-
dustry (H. B. 405, p. 583), p. 330; maternity care appropriations
(H. B. 408, p. 594), p. 322.

NEBRASKA

(Special Session 1922.)

Administration: appropriations for labor department and for vocational
rehabilitation work (C. 7, p. 67), p. 330.

NEBRASKA

Indi^ndual Bargaining: threshers' lien created (C. 117, p. 278), p. 274;
lien created for work certain property (C. 118, p. 280), p. 274.



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Safety and Health: comfort of persons accompanying stock trains
further provided for (C 162, p. 391), o. 294.

Social Insurance: railroad employees' liability law amended (C. 80,
p. 219, and C. 81, p. 220), p. 301; railroad accident reporting law
amended (C 171, p. 405), p. 301; federal maternity act accepted
(C. 154, p. 375), p. 322; benefit rights of railroad employees pro-
tected (C. 80, p. 219), p. 301.

Administration: railway commission's powers extended (C. 162, p. 391),
p. 294; appropriations for department of labor, for rehabilitation
work, and for maternity care (C. 28, p. 123), p. 330.

NEVADA

Collective Bargaining: strike notices regulated (C. 151, p. 266), p. 279;
public employment office directed to give applicants notice of
pending trade disputes (C. 121, p. 203), p. 287.

Hours: women's hour law penalties increased (C. 69, p. 95), p. 282.

Employment: private employment agency regulations extended (C. 67,
p. 78), p. 286; public employment service created (,C. 121, p. 203),
p. 287.

Safety and Health: child labor constitutional amendment urged (S. J. R.
5, p. 402), p. 289; mine safety laws amended (C. 24, p. 23), p. 292;
sanitation of highway construction camps regylated (C. 47, p. 57).
p. 296; regulation of safety and sanitation of buildings authorizea
(C. 125, p. 218), p. 297.

Social Insurance: liability of aircraft owners for injury to employees
determined (C. 66, p. 76), p. 301; workmen's compensation act
amended (C. 106, p. 182), p. 306; industrial commission empowered
to invest portion of state insurance fund (C. 177. p. 315), p. 330;
old age pension law for all citizens enacted (C. /O, p. 96), p. 317;
federal maternity act accepted (C. 48, p. 59), p. 322; governor's
provisional acceptance ratified (C. 49, p. 61), p, 322.

Administration: provisions for issuance of certain licenses amended
(C. 18, p. 16), p. 330; collection of labor statistics altered (C. 53,
p. 64), p. 330; old age pension commission created (C. 70, p. 96),
p. 317; industrial commission authorized to invest portion of state
msurance fund (C. 177, p. 315), p. 330; new duties created for
labor commissioner under public employment service act (C. 121,
p. 203), p. 287; board of health directed to enforce sanitary law
for construction camps (C. 47, p. 57), p. 297; appropriations for
mine inspector and for labor commissioner (C 145, p. 254), p. 331.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Indiindual Bargaining: state employees' pay day law amended (C. 99,
p. 121), p. 272.

Safety and Health: caboose car regulations amended (C. 112, p. 132),
p. 294.

Si)cial Insurance: liability law amended (C. 13, p. 28), p. 301; work-
men's compensation act amended (C. 91, p. 113), p. 306; federal
maternity act accepted (C. 164, p. 199), p. 322.

Adntinistratton: appropriatk>ns for bureau of labor, for factory inspec-
tion, and for employment bureau (C. 124, p. 169. and C. 126. p. 1/4),
p. 331; appropriatk>ns for maternity care (C. 164, p. 199), p. 322.

NEW JERSEY

Hours: women's night work law enacted (C. 144, p. 312), p. 285.

Safety and Health: child labor law amended (C. 80, p. 158), p. 289;
age certificates provided for certain children (C. 88, p. 168),
p. 297; smoking in factories regulated (C. 31, p. 64), p. 290.

Social Insurance: workmen's compensation act amended (C. 49, p. 101,
and C. 81. p. 162), pi 307; special sums allotted to rehabilitation
fund (C. 81, p. 162), p. 307; compensation payments extended in
certain rehabilitation cases (C. 49, p. 101), p. 307; death benefits



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allowed certain widows (C 86, p. 167), p. 318; committee created
to study occupational disease compensation (no reference available),
p. 315; city employees' retirement provided for (C. 103, p. 194),
p. 318; state employees' retirement act amended (C. 139, p. 301),
p. 318. ^ ,

AdministraUon: new duties created for labor commissioner under law
regulating smoking in factories (C. 31, p. 64), p. 290; deficiency
appropriations for pension payments and for labor department
(.C. 164, p. 351), p. 331; appropriations for department of labor,
for payment of pensions, and for state employees' retirement sys-
tem (C. 165, p. 371), p. 331.

NEW MEXICO

Individual Bargaining: mechanics' lien law amended (C. 24, p. 34),
p. 274; wages of employees on public works protected (C. 136,
p. 203). p. 274.

Collective bargaining: trade unions specifically exempted from monop-
oly laws (C 37, p. 55), p. 277,

Hours: children's hours further regulated (C. 148, pi 318), p. 297.

Safety and Health: part time school attendance required for certain
employed children (C. 148, p. 318), p. 297.

Social Insurance: appropriations made to match federal maternity funds
C. 153, p. 333), p. 331.

Administration: appropriations for maternity care, for rehabilitation
work, and for mine inspector (C. 153, p. 333) ^ p. 331.

NEW YORK

Individual Bargaining: apprenticeship provisions repealed (C. 306,
p. 521), p. 277; wage protection law amended (C. 787, p. 1377),
p. 274; civil service promotion laws amended (C. 180, p. 227, and
C. 876, p. 1696), p. 277; certain public employees protected from
salary loss (C. 458, p. 741), p. 277; reinstatement of certain public
employees permitted (C. 8/5, p. 1694), p. 277.

Minimum Wage: salaries of armory laborers increased (C. 467, p. 752),
p. 280; salaries of certain institution employees increased (C. 881,
p. 1702), p. 280.

Hours: change of vacation schedule of public employees authorized
(C. 626, p. 937), p. 284.

Safety and Health: caboose car regulations deferred (C. 519, p. 813),
p. 294; bakery law amended (C. 454, p. 738), p. 297; safety law
for places of public amusement amended (C. /45, p. 1316), p. 297;
safety law for places of public assembly amended (C. 885, p. 1709),
p. 297; issuance of age certificates for certain minors authorized
(C. 572, p. 871), p. 307.

Social Insurance: time limits extended in certain maritime injury cases
(C. 392, p. 631), pL 308; workmen's compensation law amended
(C. 46, p. 46, C 566, p. 861, C. 567, p. 861, C. 568, p. 863. and
C. 572, p. 871), p. 307; payment of certain workmen's compensation
awards to public institutions authorized (C. 571, p. 870). p. 307;
state fund expense limit raised (C. 334, p. 573), p. 308; New York
City retirement law amended (C 69, p. 74. and C. 142. p. 169),
p. 318; reimbursement of pension fund required (C. 100, p. 126),
p. 319; examination of pension funds required (C. 443, p. 703),
p. 319; state employees* retirement law amended (C. 592, p. 892,
and C. 705, p. 1255), p. 319; retirement law extended to towns
(C. 708, p. 1270), p. 319; federal maternity act accepted (C. 843,
p. 1499), p. 322.

Administration: bureau of women in industnr created (C. 607, p. 916),
p. 331; factory inspectors graded (C 884, p. 1708), p. 331; state
fund expense limit increased (C. 334, p. 573), p. 306; superintendent
of insurance directed to supervise pension funds (C. 443, p. 703),



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p. 319; enforcement of act regulating places of public amusement
amended (C. 745, p. 1316), p. 297; extra appropriations for labor
department (C 55. p. 62), p. 331; regular appropriations for labor
department and tor vocational reh2a>ilitation (C. 225, p. 291),
p. 331; labor department appropriations altered (C. 450, p. 715),
p. 331; appropriation to cover wage increases (C. 881, p. 1702),
p. 332.

NORTH CAROLINA

Miscellaneous : appointment of special police officers for manufacturing
companies authorized (C. 23, p. 214), p. 270.

Individual Bargaining: wage protection laws for certain public em-
ployees amended (C. 100, p. 273, and C. 160, p. 457), p. 275.

Employment: emplojrment bureau for deaf persons created (C. 122,
p. 300), p. 287.

Safety and Health: factory fire escape law amended (C. 149, p. 446).
p. 291 ; regulation of safety and sanitation of buildings authorized
(C. 250, p. 272). p. 297.

Social Insurance: federal maternity act accepted (C. 163, p. 466),
p. 322; insurance of city employees authorized (C. 20, p. 212),
p. 324.

Administration: employment bureau for deaf created in labor depart-
ment (C. 122, p. 300), p. 287; appropriations for public employment
service, for rehabilitation work, and for maternity care (C. 163,
p. 466), p. 332.

NORTH DAKOTA

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Minimum Wage: board of administration empowered to fix minimum
wages for certain minors (S. B. 177, p. 126^, p. 298.

Hours: women's hour law amended (S. B. 3o3, p. 153), p. 282; chil-
dren's hour law amended (S. B. 177, p. 126), d. 298.

Safety and Health: child labor law generally amended (S. B. 177, p.
126), p. 297; coal mining code amended (S. B. 386, p. 140), p. 292;
enforcement of bakery law altered (S. B. 335, p. 343), p. 298.

SocicU Insurance: liability of aircraft owners for injury to employees
determined (S. B. 64, p. 27), p. 302,- workmen's compensation act
amended (H. B. 149, p. 305, H. B. 151, p. 85, H. B. 153,
p, 2S7, and H. B. 215, p. 239), p. 308; local government officials
required to make certain reports to workmen's compensation bureau
(H. B. 148, p. 85, H. B. 150, p. 287, and H. B. 152, p. 85), p. 308;
annual audit of workmen's compensation bureau required (H. B.
310, p. 108), p. 306; workmen's compensation awards exempted
from income tax (S. B. 21, p. 196), p. 308; federal maternity act
accepted (S. B. 56, p. 142), p, 322.

Administration: extensive powers granted board of administration under
education and child labor laws (S. B. 172, p. 41, and S. B. 177,
p. 126), p. 332; proviskms for examination of mine foremen altered
(S. B. 386, p. 140), p. 292; enforcement of bakery law altered
(S. B. 335, p. 343), p. 332; local government officials directed to
supply certain data to workmen's compensation bureau (H. B. 148,
p. 85, H. B. 150, p. 287, and H. B. 152, p. 85), p. 308; annual audit
of workmen's compensation bureau required (H. fif. 310, p. 108),
p. 308; maternity care appropriations (S. B. 56, p. 114), p. 322;
appropriations for department of agriculture and labor and for
industrial commission (S. B. 86, p. 248), p. 332; appropriations
for minimum wage department (H. B. 94, p. 281), p. 332; appro-
priations for rehabilitation work (S. B. 103, p. 242), p. 332;
appropriations for mine inspection (S. B. 158, p. 258). p. 332:
appropriations and salary increase for commissioner of immigration
(S. B. 197, p. 330), p. 332.



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OHIO

Individual Bargaining: assignments of wages limited (H. B. 597, p.
209) ; p. 275.

Minimum Wage: committee on minimum wage legislation created
(S. J. R. 13, p. 640), p. 280.

Safety and Health: sanitary wiping rags required (H. B. 625, p. 314),
p. 291; construction of certain locomotives regulated (S. B. 163,
p. 142), p. 294; board of building standards created and safety
and sanitation of buildings regulated (H. B. 539, p. 350), p. 298.

Social Insurance: state constitution amended to cancel open liability
under workmen's compensation law (H. J. R. 40, p. 631), p. 308;
workmen's compensation law amended (H. B. 4/6, p. 2ft, and
H. B. 591, p. 224), p. 309; federal maternity act accepted (H. B.
583, p. 331). p. 322.

Administration: board of building standards created (H. B. 539,
p. 350), p. 298; commission on minimum wage created (S. J. R. 13,
p. 640), p. 280; appropriations for department of industrial rela-
tions, for rehabilitation work, for workmen's compensation insur-
ance for state employees, and for maternity care (H. B. 622,
p. 487), p. 332.

OKLAHOMA

Indiindual Bargaining: mechanics' lien law amended (C. 54, p. 97),
p. 275; lien created for unpaid workmen's compensation awards
(C. 61, p. 118), p. 309.

Safety and Health: regulation of safety and sanitation of buildings



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