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[Appointment of nonpartisan commission to investigate problems and relationships of labor, agriculture, and capital; and to make recommendations on these and problems of economic stability and foreign competition.]

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[Appointment of nonpartisan commission to investigate problems and relationships of labor, agriculture, and capital; and to make recommendations on these and problems of economic stability and foreign competition.]

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Cover of: [Appointment of nonpartisan commission to investigate problems and relationships of labor, agriculture, and capital; and to make recommendations on these and problems of economic stability and foreign competition.]
Cover of: [Extending time for Utah University to occupy lands.]
Cover of: [Disbursements to States and Territories for agricultural colleges, 1890-96.]
Cover of: [Regulation of salaries of employees of Government Printing Office.]
Cover of: [Memorial on status of colored race.]
[Memorial on status of colored race.]
1896, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Authorizing appointment of nonpartisan commission to consider problems of labor, agriculture, and capital.]
Cover of: [Revising scale of wages of certain employees of Government Printing Office.]
Cover of: [Appropriation for Howard University and condition of colored race.]
Cover of: [Resolution authorizing Committee on Education and Labor to ascertain and report availability and advisability of establishing Unit of Labor.]
Cover of: [Solution of labor problem, paper by William Howard.]
Cover of: [Petition of unemployed, and bill.]
[Petition of unemployed, and bill.]
1894, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Removing bar of statute of limitation and giving right of appeal in certain cases under eight hour law.]
Cover of: [Resolution to investigate mining labor troubles in Idaho.]
Cover of: [Employment of Pinkerton detectives.]
[Employment of Pinkerton detectives.]
1892, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Memorial of employees of Bureau of Engraving and Printing for additional leave.]
Cover of: [Thirty days' leave of absence to employees of Bureau of Engraving and Printing.]
Cover of: [Adjusting accounts of laborers and mechanics under eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Enforcing law on limitation of hours of labor.]
Cover of: [Resolution to distribute public documents to land-grant colleges.]
Cover of: [Regulating alcoholic liquor traffic.]
[Regulating alcoholic liquor traffic.]
1892, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Thirty days' leave to employees of Bureau of Engraving and Printing.]
Cover of: [Bar statute of limitation in any suit brought by any one against United States, involving eight-hour law in Court of Claims.]
Cover of: [Granting lands for common schools, university, and other purposes, to Territory of New Mexico.]
Cover of: [Wages paid to laborers by government of District of Columbia.]
Cover of: [Establishing educational fund, and applying certain proceeds of public lands to endowment and support of colleges for advancement of scientific and industrial education.]
Cover of: [Providing for commission on alcoholic liquor traffic.]
Cover of: [Providing for adjustment of accounts of laborers, workmen, and mechanics arising under eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Aid in establishment and temporary support of common schools.]
Cover of: [Resolutions adopted by National Educational Association, for erection of suitable building for use of Bureau of Education.]
Cover of: [Encouraging holding of national industrial exposition of arts, mechanics, and products of colored race throughout United States of America, in 1888 and 1889.]
Cover of: [Reports of superintendents of white and colored public schools in District of Columbia.]
Cover of: [Adjustment of accounts of laborers and mechanics arising under eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Securing to letter-carriers benefits of eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Securing to letter-carriers benefits of eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Manufacturing of alcoholic liquors.]
[Manufacturing of alcoholic liquors.]
1888, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Regulating compensation of watchmen in Executive Departments of Government.]
Cover of: [Aiding in establishment and temporary support of common schools.]
Cover of: [Prohibiting hiring or contracting of convict labor to private individuals.]
Cover of: [Preventing employment of convict and alien labor upon public buildings.]
Cover of: [Aid in establishment and temporary support of common schools.]
Cover of: [Amendment to appropriation to aid in establishment of school under direction of Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah, and to provide employment and means of self-support for dependent classes in Utah Territory, to aid in suppression of polygamy.]
Cover of: [Adjustment of accounts of laborers, workmen, and mechanics, arising under eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Petition of United Labor League of America, and resolutions tendering thanks to Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Parnell for efforts to promote Home Rule in Ireland.]
Cover of: [Providing for study of physiology and hygiene, and effect of intoxicating, narcotic, and poisonous substances upon life, health, and welfare, by pupils in public schools of Territories and District of Columbia, and in Military and Naval Academies.]
Cover of: [Proposing amendment to Constitution on alcoholic liquors and other poisonous beverages.]
Cover of: [Resolution to continue investigation of relations between labor and capital.]
Cover of: [Providing for commission on alcoholic liquor traffic.]
Cover of: [Legalizing incorporation of national trades-unions.]
Cover of: [Aid in establishment and temporary support of common schools, with supplemental report.]
Cover of: [Prohibiting importation and migration of foreigners and aliens under contract or agreement to perform labor in United States, Territories, and District of Columbia.]
Cover of: [Establishing Bureau of Statistics of Labor.]
[Establishing Bureau of Statistics of Labor.]
1884, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Memorial of numerous labor assemblies of New York praying for better protection of American labor.]
Cover of: [Creating commission to report on material, industrial, and intellectual progress made by colored people of this country since 1865, and making appropriation for same.]
Cover of: [Sundry petitions of workmen of Philadelphia, New York, and Brooklyn, and bill on eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [Thanks of Congress to John F. Slater for charitable donation for education of negroes.]
Cover of: [Preparation of centennial record of Government of United States.]
Cover of: [To aid in establishment and temporary support of common schools.]
Cover of: [To secure to Colorado benefits of act donating public lands to States.]
Cover of: [To distribute certain unclaimed pay and bounty moneys belonging to colored soldiers.]
Cover of: [To promote education of the blind.]
[To promote education of the blind.]
1879, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [To promote education of the blind.]
[To promote education of the blind.]
1879, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [To regulate hours of labor.]
[To regulate hours of labor.]
1878, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [To provide for enforcement of eight-hour law.]
Cover of: [To regulate hours of labor.]
[To regulate hours of labor.]
1878, [s.n.]
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Cover of: [Memorials praying Congress to appropriate fifty thousand dollars in aid of Wilberforce University, in Ohio, for education of freedmen.]

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