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38

55

• 308

1,334


6
6
19

271


5

1
8

409


i'

8


7

6

126

78


4
11

7

88


1

1
18

28


77
78

79


Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers. . ,
Housekeepers and stewardesses^


1
6

294


1
6

294


80
81


101
173
218
195
1,238

818


63
85
54
109
278

440


19
37
48
39
226

265


16
45
68
42
513

108


4

6

48

6

221

5


4

6

48

5

221

5


12
101

74
125
983

666


21
18
76
21
109

42


65
54
66
48
144

109


3




1

1

29

19

32

16








2

1
2

1


13
23
33

20


5
8
11

13


SS




R-1




Rt










79
132
106
246
160

2,705


44

71

29

145

105

1,097


29
44
30
78
52

1,099


6
16
45
21

3

499






77
117

15
225
167

2,260


1
7
20
8

1

244


1
8
70
13
2

194






3

I

6
3

185


1


S7




1
2
2


1
2
2


i'

7


3








S<»




8

7

457


3
6

79


in


stenographers and typewriterss

Manufacturing and meclianical
pursuits. »
Clock and watch makers and repairers.


91


10


10




79
611

96
741

63

81
102

49
20O
377


36
318

68
251

30

52
45
13
64
97


84
213

22
291

23

17

34

29

102

198


9
71

6
19?
10

11
23
7
34

82






74
444

80
633

56

66

92

41

185

360


4
81

9
73

6

10
6
4
8

15


1
84

6
33

1

15
4
4
6

11


2

2'

i"

1


4
56

8
195
12

15
22
6
14
65


4
42
12
62

4

8
4
1
6
21


1
13

9
30

2


t^s


9


9


ti


Milliners


q")


Potters






%








<t7




1


1


9S


Shirt collar and cuff makers


4
3


99








inn








101


Woolen mill operatives






5











TKOY, N . Y.



MALES'.



Agricultural pursuits .

Agricultural laborers »

Professional service . .



Clergymen

Electricians

Engineers (civil, etc.) and surveyors...
Journalists

Lawj^ers

Musicians and teachers of music

Physicians and surgeons

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service



Barbers and hairdressers

Bartenders

Hotel keepers

Janitora and sextons

Laborers (not specified) »

Launderers

Restaurant and saloon keepers

Servants and waiters

Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc.

Trade and transportation



Agents

Bankers, brokers, officials of banks, etc.

Bookkeepers and accountants ^

Clerks and copyists ^

Commercial travelers

Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc

Hostlers



' See explanatory notes on page 427.
2 Age unknown omitted.



8 Includes Bohemia.
•Includes Newfoundland.



18,407


6,286


7,325


6,646


150


127


8,135


9,314


941


17


1,862


1,038


831


169


59


41


59






68


80


11




7


21


13






97
748


33
345


26
264


38
134






49
333


43
381


5
33


1


5
36


16
12


6
19


6


5


71
50

44
47

133
86

113
66

3,419


21
18
21
26

74
34
58
28

647


18
27
14
15

60
32
39
16

1,236


30
6

8
6

8
19
16
22

1,434


2


2


31
25
23
23

55
37
39
40

1,419


39
21

20
22

70
47
66
25

1,764


1
3

1
2

8
1
8
1

245


i'


1
2
2


1




2
2


1


1


1


1


1


1


4
2
3

14

375






3


5
2
6

228










1
304


102


80


144
166
65
96
1,875

319
144
266
212

5,799


34
38
10
25
248

111
22
76
40

2,112


53
94
26
83
609

140
66
83
97

2,412


47
84
19
36
1,004

46
63

67
75

1,249


10


10


52
110
12
27
733

178
44

145
34

2,734


87
62
42
60
964

135
92
109
164

2,832


5
4
1
9
178

6

8
10
14

225




7

10

2

5

303

20


1
8
2
4
267

9
2
9
4

145


3
2
2
8

185

5
3
10
5

154






3
14

22
3
49


3
14

3'

49


1

8


io

7
230


26


26


326
81
394
820
118
739
66


124
49

181

362
68

234
18


125
22

181

373
89

284
24


77
10
32
80
21
211
10






101
13

226

561
46

286
32


202
61

158

238
71

419
21


23

7

8
20

2
83

3




10


5
1
4

16
1

27
2


3

1
12
28

S
20

1










2
1

2


ii"

29
2

49
2


5


5


"io"

4


10

4



GENERAL ^TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



749



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued. \

TRBJnTON, N". J.-Continued.





AGE PERIODS.^




Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PEH80NS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OR ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


25 to

41
years.


45 to
04

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary.s


Canada*
(Eng-
lisli).


Canada*
(Frencii).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandi-
navia.*


Other
coun-
tries."




532

1
5


2,653


2,065


640


118


•J, 775


160


25


4


782


688


1,260


21


42


47


26


31


160


73


170


2
232






3
309




























59


3


1


7


■1


26


46


62




1


1


1


3


11


75


2
1
2

139


27
21
121

663


15

36

169

781


4

5

42

350


1


28
42
221

911








4
4
17

237


9

9

26

112


6

4

53

623




1








2
2
6

32






1
6

2








1
2

17


77


1

81


1
129


i'






1

11


1
17


7S


9


22


79






7

""'i28'

38


5

32

38

49

519

420


41
77

111
81

429

285


41
43
54
52
134

58


14
20
6
13
23

16


67

91

101

114

498

445


1
8
6
1
108

5






\ 20

\ 30

16

149

\

96

8

16
23
28
10

4.23


7
9
11
21
66

106


15
39
68
37
368

127










1
2
1
2
9

5


1
3
4
2
18

13








i'

3'

3


1
2
1

17

3






m


1

1




1


2


82




SS




_ 9


15
2




4










3

5

.......

2

349


48

61

8

153

106

1,400


28
61
51
72

766






44

72

31

147

105

1,107








9
22
17
21
13

424


16
18
22
37
26

648










1

1

i'

2

6


1


86


5
35
6
2

173






i
1




1


3"


2
3

4






12

1


3
2




1
1


2
5
2

104


8S






1

12




1
9






18


21


3


16


26


6


91


7
36
15
136
12

3

18
2
15
65


46
217

41
423

41

22

64

18

142

217


26
259

30
167

7

31
20
22
41

87






36
327

08
261

30

63
45
13
64
97








7
7S

8

103

13

6
16
12
53
80


15
70

8
195

6

9
9
2
33
41


20
120

6
122

8

9
13

19
34
128












1
12

1
65

2

1
1
1
8
13


92


90
9

15
2

21


9


1






2


2


2
1

2
15




2
2
1




1
2






01




3

1


1


3

1

1


3

1


2
1




1
4








97


1


1


1








7
2
8








1

1


1






5

8




1


1






100






7


3

















TROY, N. Y.



620


4,182


8,772


4,174


737


5,409


49


347


540


1,592


1,544


7,463


247


85


287


63


277


504


1


6


27


59


45


23


69




2


2


21


14


54










4


3


1














5


17
92


39

447


25
164


11
43


33
350




2
20


1
13


11
56


10
71


34
179










3

15


3
29




2


5




8




4










32
39
26
27

80
54
68
38

1,632


34
2
6
9

30
13
23
11

913


4


23
18
22
26

76
34
68
28

721




2
1
3


3

1


5
2
1
5

4
18
8
3

255


12
4
7
3

4
9
14
4

170


16
23
10
10

36
13
15
16

1,840


2




5




2


1
1


■i


48


9
10
10

12

14

9

13

631






f


2












1








1








2

7
4
8
2

67


f>


11
4

13
4

191




2
2
4
3

66






1




3
2
1
6

80


q




2
3
3

94


1






If


1
1

7




1




11


83






1'^


23


13


11


13


2

""22"

7
7

252


28

62

3

7

318

104
6
61

7

1,418


87

100

31

39

797

185
93
144
112

2,782


24
14
18
41
590

21
43
47
79

1,166


3


43
38
10
27
262

111
25

121
40

2,138




8
6
3
1
19

9


13

' 1

3

2

52

17
3
1
1

111


27
26
16
5
92

26
24
14
13

404


9
6
4
13
73

27
1

17
13

400


26
81
16
46
1,206

99
83
87
134

2,144


9
2




1
3




2

1

1

1

37

26

1

10


6
3
2
1
36

3


7
4

168


1-






l.>i


3
9

148

1
1
4
14

177






Ifi












n


7


55


23


4

1
2
1


9


18

11




3
3
1

63






•'fi




2
6

88


2


■>i




00


16


20


193


11


43


23


2

'"'53'

""'12'
2


34

4

119

325

12
146

16


168
33

205

343
65

400
25


108
30
66
86
36

165
13


13
14
14
13
6
16


124
49

181

367
58

244
21


1


7


2
1
2

10
3

23


20
2

24

66
9

39
6


26
6

60

66
8

36
1


124
20

113

262
28

361
25






10




2

4"

6


11
3
10

21
3

18

1


04






1


o',


2

1
1


6
15






2

\ 8


•Jfi


3




1


27

9p


10


1


1


1


6


?<<




30



6 Norway,
Includes



Sweden, and Denmark,
all other foreign countries.



'The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.
*See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



750



STATISTICS OF OCCU'^TIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE A^^ OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

jJ;EIODS, and PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING











TBOY,


X. 1


'.


-Contir''''-


















SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


cf,OMD.i


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED. 1




Native
parents


Foreign
I parents.!


7)tal.


Negro.i


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


lto8
months.


lto6
months.


7 to 12

months.


R1


MALES— Continued.
Trade and transportation— Cont'd
Hucksters and peddlers


258

1,013

161

225

63

836

315

39

103

8,282


ii
322
51

75
10

343
87
22
26

2,123


87
328

99
116

20

391

134

14

65


3S


-
1






97
225
158
127

28

528
101
33

65

3,681


148
735
2
90
22

281

196

6

46

4,267


12
63

1
8
3

25
J8


1
2


19
18
13
16
2

30
15

1
6

1,214


16
6
9
6


5
9

9

8


32


Merchants and dealers






33
84


Mes.sengers and errand and office boys
Packers and shippers


1


1


S5


Porters and helpers (in stores, etc.)

Salesmen


1?

102
91
3

m


6


6


S6


21
17


27
20

1
4

417


37


Steam railroad employees . .






38


Stenographers andTtypewriters '

Street railway employees






39






2

427


7


6
656


40


Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits. '
Bakers


3,312 jj^


17


16


41


168
171
113
70
92

95
210
434

41
292

39

154

1,506

489

331

63
282

78
317

87

164
196
985
146
205

97
100
260

38,

10,52/


41
31

9
20

4

6
49
142

9
S3

9

67

130

179

132


,1 f 69

M 69
#7/ Bl
iff 146


1


1


77
42
21
61
26

35
103
114
16
71

14
123
613
177

65

21
84
16
111
41

99
92
630
39
61

68
37
149
14
52

8,552


85
119
79
19
61

57
97

277
22

197

23

30

817

286

246

39
177

48
182

43

56
96

S34
94

133

28
67
98
21
23

860


6
10
13


:::::.::


2
12
4
8
3

17
13
48
2
18


8
6
4
3
3

16
5

53
8

7

3

13

145

10

1

12
62

2
49

2

6

4

40

16

9

6
9
8
1


4
8
8
4
8

7
9

30
5

13

3

4

104

13

9

2
31

6
26

4

3
9

18
20
9

6
3

12
3

1

217


42


Blacksmiths


43


Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Boxmakers (paper)






44






45


Brewers and' maltsters






5

3
10
42

4

24

2
1

76
23
19

3
21
14
24

3

9
8
21
12
11

6'

13
3
1

1,082


i'


46


Brick and tile makers, etc






47


Butchers






48


Carpenters and joiners


3


3


49


Coopers


if

/I8I

r

/ 26


12
103

13

14

785

129

76

23
128
32
78
26

25
27

131
41

152

15
38
69
9

7

2,281


50


Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)






51






52


Hosiery and knitting mill operatives. . .
Iron and steel workers '






3'

1

i"

1

44


14

667

25

11

3
42

2
42

7

7

9

106

22

18

7
5
25
1
3

922


53


2


2


54


Machinists


55

m


Manufacturers and officials, etc


2


2


57


Masons (brick and stone) .


;// ^1^






58


Model and pattern makers






59
60


Painters, glaziers, and varnishers

Paper and pulp mill operatives


/^

/ ' 30

/ 1"

f 47

13

37

2,812


, 117
/ 33

102
92

450
75
40

62
60
144
15
82

5,319


1




61


Plumbers and gas and steam fitters ....
Printers, lithographers, and pressmen
Shirt, collar, and cuff makers . . .






62
63


1

1
3


1
1
3


64
65


Stove, furnace, and grate makers

Tailors


66


Textile mill operatives (n. o. «.«)

Tin plate and tinware makers






67


1


1


6H


Tobacco and cigar factory operatiyes. . .
Upholsterers


69


1


1


70


Woolen mill operatives..


71


FEMALES'...;


116


116


273






72


80
864

8,M3

59

■ 138

70


2
161




1
41






1
■134


1
20


1
11










73


Professional service


272

40

221

966


2


2


1


97


7


22




Musicians and teachers of music

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers . . .

Housekeepers and stewardesses'

Laborers (not specified)'.


74
75


35
97

463


3
36

1,012


2


2


68
342

1,870


10
5

263


1
7

409


1
11


2
94

166


2
4

69


3

la

65


76


103


103


77


20
36
12

136
56

196

227


19
43
34

506
34

322

334


20
51
24

238
40

624

104






9

75

42

637

80

1,014

540


16
18
12
117
11
68

49


34
44
16

141
38

129

76










78


M


8


1

4'

2
4

1


1
7

76
9

73

20






79


4
27
12
26

16


1

22
3
29

9


80


Laundresses


899


20

1
73


20

1
73


81


Nurses and midwives


131
1,215

665


82


Servants and waitresses


m


Trade and transportation








84


Bookkeepers and accountants'

Clerks and copyists '


72
130

98
183

86

6,851


26
47
19
57
34

1,969


42
69
28
105
48

3,748


4
14
61
21

4

1,123






67
126

23
167

85

5,707


4
S

22
5

1

527


i'

53
11


1


2
3
S

7

1

639






85






3

1
6
2

181


2


86


Merchants and dealers






87


Saleswomen






3

2

131


88


Stenographers and typewriters '

Manufacturing and mechuBical






89


11


11


586


31


90


Boxmakers (paper)


77
.568
135
153
314
5,204
108


14
171
88
63
87
1,493
40


56
301'

67

90

181

2,868

64


7
93
36
10
42
840
14






72
426
113
140
264
4,368

94


3
59

9

8
20
396

6


2
80
12

4

27

428

9


3'

1
1
3
22


13
31
9
14
80
625




2
19
2
6
6

86
2


91


Dressmakers


3


3


28
5

20

2

113

2


92


Hosiery and knitting mill opeJBtives...
Milliners


93






94


4
3


4
3


95




96


Woolen mill operatives



















1 sae explanatory notes on page 427.

2 Age unknown omitted.



' Includes Bohemia.

* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



751



OCCTTPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.

TKOY, N. Y.— Continued.



AGE PERIODS. 3


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PEKSONS HAVING EITHEE DOTH PAEENTS BOEN AS BPECIFIED OK
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


25 to
44

years.


45 to
64

years.


05 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary. 8


Canada*
(Eng-
W).


Canada *
(French!).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Kus-

sia.


Scandi-
navia. ^


Otiier
coun-
tries. »




11

4

107

8

42

1
1

215


63
82
47
98
12

297
66
26
20

2,017


123

522

4

89

29

388

170

11

76

3,852


54

342

2

27

10

95
82

6'

1,886


6
68
1
3
2

10
6

1
1

303


49
822
52
76
16

343
88
22
26

2,141


3

4


6

8


9

12
8
2
1

16
14
2
4

320


21

101

14

15

1

49
15

4'

856


14
69
16
18
2

68
12
1
4

889


81
327
66
93
29

278

166

11

61

3,246


14
36


1

5
2


49

87
1




8
10

4'


3

31
10
13

1

30
4
2
2

287


31


2
2


32
33




5


34


1
3


1

4
4


5
6


1
19




85


17
5
1


1


8
2


36
37








38




1
96


42


1
73






39


24


182


41


135


40


7

1

.......

1

1
7
2

5'

11
5

2'

h'

1

4

6
44

i'

5
1

18
......

576


44
14

8
33

9

22
66
45
10
28

6

104

304

104

16

6
42

5
38
30

49
46
479
10
30

51
19
80
8
29

4,261


76
91
47
19
55

61
99

184
16

136

16

40

823

226

164

42
106

26
167

36

88
102
390

77
124

81
46
106
13
35

4,456


32
56
42
5
28

19
29

168
13

118

14
5
338
128
127

11
106
85
94
19

23
40
67
54
42

8
81
47
16

2

1,082


9
9
16
1

4

2
9

85
2

10

3


42
31

9
20

4

6
49
145

9
83

9
57
131
179
134

14
43
28
121
28

37
77
407
30
13

30
17
47
14
37

2,922


1
1
2


3
6
2
1


5
3

8
3


68
13
18
3
46

6
60
42

1
21

5
8
72
38
21

6
17

8
22

4

4
12
96
16
60

9
17
64

4

7

716


6
18
7
8
2

4
6

48
2

38

2

10

205

113

46

12
'21
20
30
10

20
16
89
13
10

10
8

18
3
8

692


42
87
27
31
38

16
87

121
20

126

16

65

933

121

91

27
195
13
90
37

93
67
262
72
34

33
36
100
11
11

5,068


4
.......








4
6
1
1
1

20
2
5


3
6


41


1
6






49.


14


4


43


3


44


1
1










45


3
3
26
4
3

1
2
14
4
7

1

1

3

13


88
4

31
2

10

3

8
32
10

8

1
3
1
18
4

2
6

47
8

14

4
3

2
1
8

266




1


1
5






46




4
13
2

8

3

2

27

14

16

2
1
8
10
3

5
9
28
4
4

8
8
10


47


1
1


2




1


48






49










4


50












51












2

11

4

4


52


27
26
23

4
26
12
12

1


2
2
2


61


24


2


2
4


53
.54






3


.55








66












1

7

1


67


1
1








1

1


68


1




3


59
60




3

7
22

2
12

1

10

6

2










61


2
5
4
8

2
2

8

1










2
4


22'

1
2

1
1
8


62




3




6


63




64


3


10

1


7


32


14


65
66






1
1
1




67


4








68






2


69








1
85


4
373


70


129


16


207


27


42


72


43


71






1
263


2
53




2
163












1
190












72




147


3


1


18


7


24


48










2


23


73












128


26
114

830


48
195

1,072


6
42

436




37
97

559




1
15

34


8
4

30


5
16

176


12
32

140


18
171

1,486












4
16

53


74










2
18


75
76


3
56


i

5


1


9


9


24


'"'"19'
56

""53'

41


2
23
13

329
82

428

803


20
48
17

384
52

632

252


81
49
20

120
40

166

62


6

17
1
8
5

19

7


20
42
12

165
67

266

227




1
3
3

8

2

12

12


2

6

1

16


6
7
15
29
10
100

31


6
8
4
32
17
71

44


19
64
29

632
36

698

241






2


i'


i'

2
3
2
9

16


5
4
4

18
5

17

36


VV
78
















2


1


1

1

21

1




2

1
2

3


81


6
21


1
6


7
8


6
25


82
83


2
7
1
6

407

2
7
5
9
7
389
8


47
63
7
97
64

2,981

29
139

62

86

144

2,319

56


21
57
48
66
22

2,868


1
3
39
13


1


26
47
19
57
34

1,981




1
2
2

5
1

143


1
1
1
11
1

207


7
8
4
4
6

486


6
8
2
9
11

460


19
60
64
69
23

3,160


i'

1

2


1

i'

1


7
4
3
9




1


3
9


84

S6






1
6

1

50


ofi


3
1




1


10
9

261






SR


1
7


20


80


• 38


18




530


63


89


45
321

66

53

130

2,134

38


1
90
12

4
26
369

6




14
174
33
64
91
1,496
40




3
16
4
7
11
91


6
25
1
3
6
154
5


1
21
21
11
26
369
14


4
81
13

7

22

357

4


46

280

66

63

128

2,487

42








1
1


2


3

15

7

6

16

196

1


90


2




1




11
1
1
6

42




qo








2

3

29

1






91




4
9


'"'"io


1

16


6

41

1








1


96




















5 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark,
e Includes all other foreign countries.
7 See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



»The totol7fOT each'cllss include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.



752



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OP AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING

tJTICA, N. T.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE


WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLORED. 1


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED.!




Native
parents.!


Foreign
parents.!


Total.


Negro.i


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


ItoS

months.


ItoG
months.


7 to 12
months.


1


MALES'


17, 077


4,886


6,442


5,664


96


94


6,632


9,784


627


34


1,196


1,033


624




Agricultural pursuits


1


240


55


79


106






79


144


17




12


22


12




Agricultural laborers 8






s


104
38
83

807


26
12
11

392


31
12
30

259


47
14
42

149






49
8
19

328


49
26
89

444


6
4
6

31


4


5

1
5

22


16


5
4
3

B


4


Farmers, planters, and overseers

Gardeners, florists, nurserymen, etc

Professional service.






S






5
10


fi


7


7






7


82
38
91
40
59

119
74
49

107
57

2,886


23
20
46
29
23

88
17
18
61
25

543


21
13
38
10
29

29
26
27
31
4

878


36

5
7

1
7

2
26

4
15
28

1,389


2


2


31
12
58
16
30

25
33
10
29
38

1,004


49
20
30
20
27

86
39
36

77
18

1,753


2

5
3
3

1

7
2
3

1
1

123


i'

i'

1

1


1




1


R


Dentistis




C|


Electricians




'


2
1
2


1
2
1


4
1


in


Engineers (civil, etc.) andsurveyors

Journalista






11






T>










IS


Musicians and teachers of music

Officials (government)


6


5


2


3
1




14




1'i


Physicians and surgeons






6


1

3

298




Ifi


Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Barbers and hairdressers










17


76


75


360


112


IS


153
98
49
77
1,716

60
56
158
260
174

5,325


25
27
12
13
263

28
16
26
68
34

2,012


81
53
18
23
392

27
23
78
82
83

2,117


41
18
18
40
1,039

4
17
64
67
57

1,188


6


6


60
61
4

13
669

29
38
40
120
25

2,084


91
36
45
57
1,054

28
17
112
132
143

3,067


2
1






2
3


2


IP


Bartenders




2


?n


Hotel keepers


1

1
22

1


1

1

22




'I


Janitors and sextons


6

90

2
1
6
7
6

167


1
3

1


3

276






w




321


102
1


93


Launderers


94


Nurses




2

1
7
8

106


""i


Hestaurant and saloon keepers


1
43


1
43


i'

7


1
9
3

89


5


?fi


Servants and waiters


W


Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc

Trade and transportation..


1
59


•'R


8


8






■x)


290
107
1,104
269
536



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