The United States Employment Service: Its History, Activities and Organization

By Darrell Hevenor Smith; Brookings Institution | Go to book overview

APPENDIX 4
LAWS

(A) INDEX TO LAWS
Establishment--Organizations Units
Department of Labor 37 Stat. L., 736, 737
Division of Information, in Department of Commerce and Labor 34 Stat. L., 898, 909
Division of Information, in Department of Labor 37 Stat. L., 736, 737
Emergency Employment Service 40 Stat. L., 345, 376
Employment Service (first separate appropriation) 40 Stat. L., 345, 376
Duties--Secretary of Labor1
Advance opportunities for profitable employment 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Clear labor between states, maintain system to 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Collect employment information 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Coöperate with public employment offices 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Coördinate public employment offices 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Develop welfare, juniors legally employment 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Develop welfare. wage earners of United States 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Direct workers for harvesting wheat crop 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Employment, advance opportunities for 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Employment information, Collect 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Employment information, furnish 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Employment information, publish 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Employment offices, public, coöperate with 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Employment offices, public, coördinate 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Foster welfare, juniors legally employed 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Foster welfare, wage earners of United States 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Furnish employment information 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Harvest wheat crop, mobilize and direct workers to 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Improve working conditions, juniors 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Improve working conditions, other wage earners 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Juniors, advance opportunities for employment of 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Juniors, legally employed, foster, etc., welfare of 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Juniors, legally employed, improve working conditions of 42 Stat. L., 1110, 1129
Labor, maintain system for clearing, etc 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Maintain system for clearing labor, etc 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
Mobilize workers for harvesting wheat 41 Stat. L., 874, 938
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Becoming, by delegation, Employment Service duties.

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  • THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH ii
  • Title Page iii
  • PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH v
  • PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH vi
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xi
  • Chapter I History 1
  • Chapter II Activities 58
  • Chapter III Organization 68
  • APPENDIX 1 OUTLINE OF ORGANIZATION 92
  • APPENDIX 2 CLASSIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES 112
  • APPENDIX 3 PUBLICATIONS 114
  • APPENDIX 4 LAWS 116
  • APPENDIX 5 FINANCIAL STATEMENT 121
  • APPENDIX 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY1 124
  • Index 127
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