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Court of Industrial Relations annual reports

Court of Industrial Relations annual reports
Creator: Kansas. Court of Industrial Relations
Date: 1920-1924
These annual reports of the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations include legal cases and opinions, overviews of industrial conditions, financial statements, factory inspections, accidents, laws, employment services, and state mine inspections. The Kansas legislature created the Court of Industrial Relations by special legislation in January 1920 following a series of coal strikes in Southeast Kansas. The court's purpose was to resolve labor disputes between labor organizations and employers and it caused considerable debate throughout the United States. The United States Supreme Court declared the court unconstitutional in 1923. The Kansas Public Service Commission succeeded the court in 1925. Volumes 1(1920), 2(1921), 3(1922), 4(1923), and 5(1924) are included. The Court had 3 judges each session and the following served as judges at various times: W. L. Huggins, Clyde M. Reed, George H. Wark, Jas. A. McDermott, John H. Crawford, Henderson S. Martin, and Joseph Taggart.


Court of the penniless man

Court of the penniless man
Creator: Huggins, William L.
Date: April 7, 1920
This is "part of an address delivered before the Crawford County Bar Association, April 7, 1920, by W.L. Huggins, Presiding Judge of the Court of Industrial Relations, State of Kansas." Judge Huggins was in Pittsburg, Kansas to investigate the conditions surrounding the coal-mining industry in that part of the state.


First Session of the Kansas Industrial Court

First Session of the Kansas Industrial Court
Creator: Topeka Daily Capital
Date: February 03, 1920
This newspaper clipping, from the Topeka Daily Capital, features Kansas Governor Henry J. Allen and members of the newly established Industrial Court in Topeka, Kansas. The three member board was created by a special session of the legislature in response to the coal miners strike in southeast Kansas. In this court collective bargaining was discussed between management and labor but strikes were prohibited. The members of the court were Clyde M. Reed, Parsons; Senator George H. Wark, Caney; and W. L. Huggins, Emporia.


Is there a labor problem?

Is there a labor problem?
Creator: Huggins, William L.
Date: October 30, 1919
This is a speech by William L. Huggins before the Rotary Club at Topeka, Kansas. Judge Huggins presided over the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations.


Kansas Court of Industrial Relations : A modern weapon

Kansas Court of Industrial Relations : A modern weapon
Creator: Kansas. Court of Industrial Relations
Date: 1921
This pamphlet includes: The Growth of the Industrial Court Idea, The Industrial Commandments, Legislative History of Industrial Court Bill, Address by Governor Allen to the Kansas Bankers' Association, Industrial Justice by W.L. Huggins, Address of Hon. F. Dumont Smith, Judge Dillard's Plea, and a Resume of the Court's Activities.


Rules, practice and procedure

Rules, practice and procedure
Creator: Kansas Court of Industrial Relations
Date: 1920-1925
The Kansas Court of Industrial Relations, Topeka, Kansas, published these rules, practices and procedures. W.L. Huggins was the presiding judge with Clyde M. Reed and George H. Wark also serving. Carl W. Moore served as clerk.


Speech delivered before the Kansas Legislature by W. L. Huggins

Speech delivered before the Kansas Legislature by W. L. Huggins
Creator: Huggins, William L.
Date: January 9, 1920
This is a speech by William L. Huggins, speaking in favor of the proposed bill on industrial legislation before the joint sessions of the legislature. Judge Huggins presided over the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations and authored the bills, House Bill No.1 and Senate Bill No. 1.


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