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Musicians " 92 Locomotive Pirem^n " 129

Typographical " 278 Railroad Conductors " 86

Journeymen Barbers " 340 St. Railway Employes " 365

Retail Clerks " 191 Journeymen Tailors " 386

Railroad Trainmen ** 182 Locomotive Engineers " 116

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 22

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 1,058

Increase in number of members reported 1,058

Average number of hours worked per day 10

Average number of months worked per year 11.1

Average daily wages in 1902 $2 72

Average dally wages in 1903 • 2 90

Average daily increase during year 18

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 6

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 16

Number that settle differences by arbitration 20

Number that settle differences- in other ways 2

Number that have agreements with employers 15

Number having no such agreement 7

Number reporting strikes during year 1

Number reporting no strikes during year 21

Number of strikes resulting favorably to organizations 1

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $73 25

Number reporting sick benefit funds 3

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 19

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $35 00

Number making suggestions as to beneficial legislation 1

Number making no suggestions « 21



CANVASS AT FLINT.

United Brewery Workmen No. 3 Painters ft Decorators No. 283

Carpenters ft Joiners ** 643 Teamsters " 298

Teamsters " 415 Plasterers " 184

Journeymen Barbers " 15 Cigarmakers " 186

Bricklayers ft Masons " 12 Musicians "

Broom ft Brush Makers ** 49

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Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 9

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 317

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 11

Number of members reported July 1, 1908 269

Decrease in number of members reported S3

Average hours worked per day 8.6

Average months worked per year 9.8

Average daily wages 1902 |2 42

Average daily wages 1908 2 43

Average daily increase during year 01

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 3

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 6

Number that settle differences by arbitration 3

Number that settle differences in other ways 2

Number that have' agreements with employers 3

Number that have no such agreements S

Number reporting strikes during the year 3

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $67 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds 3

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 3

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $335 79

Number making suggestions for beneficial legislation 3

Number making no suggestions 6



CANVASS AT GRAND RAPIDS.



General Team Drivers No.

Typographical. "

Upholsterers "

Salesmen's "

Operative Plasterers "

Theatrical Stage Employes "

Interior Fnishers "

Outside Electrical Workers "

Cigarmakers "

Packers & Trimmers '*

Steamfitters & Helpers "

Drain Layers "

Brewers "

Printing Pressmen "

Journeymen Tailors "

Joumesrmen Barbers "

Bakers "

Leather Workers lb Tanners. . . "

Sheet Metal Workers "

Hod Carriers, etc "

Coopers "



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75

47

1696

850

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91
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Journeymen Horseshoers No.

Woodworking Hands

Glass Workers

Leather Workers, etc

Iron Molders

Metal Polishers

Broom Makers

Machinists

Wood ft Metal Lathers

Carpenters ft Joiners

Plumbers ft Steamfitters

Painters and Decorators

Inside Electrical Workers

Bridge ft Iron Workers

Cabinet Makers

Beer Bottlers ft Drivers

Ph6to Engravers

Wood Carvers

Pattern Makers Ass'n

B. M. I. U

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Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 46

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 2,868

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 42

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 4,230

Increase in number of members reported 1,832



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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT HI

Average number of hours worked per day 9.5

Average number of months worked per year 10.^

Average daily wages July 1, 1902 $2 40

Average daily wages July 1, 1903 2 45

Average daily increase for year 05

Number reporting' hours of labor shortened 15

Number reporting hours not shortened 27

Number that settle differences by arbitration 28

Number that settle differences in other ways 9

Number not answering this question 5

Number that have agreements with employers 26

Number having no such agreements 16

Number reporting strikes during past year 8

Number reporting no strikes 34

Number of strikes resulting favorably to unions 3

Number of strikes resulting unfavorably to unions 1

Number of strikes compromised 2

Number of strikes still pending at time of report 2

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $5,413 00

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Number reporting sick benefits ^ 23

Number reporting no sick benefits. . . « 19

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $2,252 50

Number making suggestions for beneficial legislation 16

Number making no suggestions 26



CANVASS AT JACKSON.

Painters and Decorators No. 287 Local Labor. No. 9865

Letter Carriers " 232 Electrical Workers " 206

Hod Carriers, etc " 48 St. Railway Employes " 246

R. F. D. Letter Carriers " Retail Clerks " 586

Typographical " 99 Journeymen Barbers " 448

Brotherhood of Teamsters " Carpenters ft Joiners " 651

Plumbers' ft Gasfitters " 313 Locomotive Firemen *'

Railroad Trainmen .' " 121 Locomotive Ehigineers " 2

Order Railway Conductors " 182 Switchmen's Union " 61

-Hotel ft Restaurant Employes. . " 403 Sheet Metal Workers '* 94

Woodworkers " 63 Boiler Makers, etc " 64

Machinists " 95 Lathers " 184

Beer Bottlers, etc " Malsters ft Brewers " 3

Blacksmiths " 199 Butchers *' 199

Cigarmakers " 314 Masons ft Bricklayers " 15

Wood ft Metal Lathers " 134 Carriage Workers " 52

Printing Pressmen " 155 Milk Drivers ' " 809

Operative Plasteters " 108

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 7

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 628

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 85

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 2,168

Increase in number of members reported 1,640

Average number of hours worked per day 9.9

Average number of months worked per year 10.8



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Average daily wages in 1902 %2 22

Average dally wages in 1903. 2 31

Average dally Increase for year. 09

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 12

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 23

Number that settle differences by arbitration 27

Number that settle differences in other ways 5

Number not answering this question ' 3

Number that have agreements with employes 11

Nuniber that have no such agreement 22

Number not answering this question 2

Number reporting strikes during the year 3

Number reporting no strikes 32

Number of strikes resulting favorably to organizations 3

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $596 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds 18

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 17

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $1,269 60

Number making suggestions as to beneficial legislation 10

Number making no suggestions 25



CANVASS AT KALAMAZOO.



Bookbinders No. 59 Machinists

Carriage & Wagon Workers " 31 Teamsters

Electrical Workers *' 395 Paper Makers

Brewery Workmen " 3 Sneet Metal Workers

Boiler. Makers " 291 Musicians "

Cereal Makers ** 47 Boiler Makers

Bartenders League ** 368 Carpenters (Dowagiac)

United Garment Workers " 217 Metal Polishers, etc

Cigarmakers " 208 Plumbers & Steamfitters

Carpenters & Joiners ** 297 Pressmen's Assistants

Suspender Workers " 9763 irinting Pressmen

Bricklayers & Masons " 17 Paper Makers ( Otsego)

Typographical " 122 Journeymen Tailors

Ladies' Garment Workers " 40 Bakers & Confectioners

Allied Metal Workers " 197 Amalgamated Wood Workers.

Federal Labor Union *' 9720 Woman's Label League

Street Railway Employes " 343 Iron Molders

Stationary Firemen " 178 Journeymen Barbers

leamsters, Draymen, etc " 44 Trades & Labor Council "

Retail Clerks " 59 Painters ft Decorators " 812

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 26

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 1,452

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 40

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 2,236

Increase in number of members reported 783

Average number of hours worked per day , •. 9.6

Average number of months worked per year 11.5

Average daily wages in 1902 %2 10

Average daily wages in 1903 2 40

Average daily increase for year s. 30



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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 178

Number that report hours of labor shortened 21

Number that report hours of labor not shortened 19

Number that settle differences by arbitration * 18

Number that settle differences in other ways 12

Number that have an a^eement with employers 15

Number that have no such agreement 25

Number that report strikes during the year 1

Number that report no strikes during the year 39

Number of strikes resulting favorably to organizations 1

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $455 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds 6

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 34

Amount paid in sick benefits during year $887 00

Number making suggestions as to beneficial legislation 37

Number making no suggestions ■ 3



CANVASS AT LANSING.

Painters & Decorators No. Plumbers & Steamfitters No. 388

Carpenters ft Joiners '* St. Railway Employes. " 354

Bricklayers " 31 Lathers " 190

Printing Pressmen " 12 Machinists " 389

Bookbinders " 64 Iron Molders " 225

Bartenders League " Federal Labor Union " 9368

Typographical " 72 Press Assistants " 22

Journeymen Barbers " 125 Cigarmakers " 272

Metal Workers " 67

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 8

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 330

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 17

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 689

Increase in number of members reported 359

Average number of hours worked per day 9.8

Average number of months worked per year 11.1

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 6

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 11

Number that settle differences by arbitration 13

Number that settle differences in other ways 4

Number that have agreements with employers ■ 8

Number that have no such agreements 9

Number reporting sick benefit funds 7

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 10

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $352 00

Number making suggestions as to beneficial legislation 3

Number making no suggestions ' 14



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CANVASS AT MANISTEE.



Journeymen Tailors No. 883

Cigamiiikers " 810

Blacksmiths " 25

Carpenters lb Joiners " 1226

Typographical " 615

Lumbermen's Ass'n ** 11276

Team Drivers " 856

Shingle Weavers " 7



Retail Clerks No. 307

Amalgamated Wood Workers.. " 30

Coopers 1. " 172

Boom Men's ».. " 9710

Painters and Decorators " 579

Machinists " 50

Bartenders League " 561

Musicians " 270



Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902. .
Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903.
Number of members reported July 1, 1908.
Increase In number of members reported. .



Average hours worked per day. . . .
Average months worked per year.



Average daily wages in 1902. .
Average daily wages in 1908.



%1 87
1 87



Number reporting hours of labor shortened

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened.



Number that settle differences by arbitration.
Number that settle differences in other ways.



Number that have agreements with employers.
Number that have no such agreements



'^ Number reporting strikes during year

Number reporting no strikes during year '.

Strikes resulting unfavorably to organizations, .a

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $15 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds ,

Number reporting no sick benefit funds

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $70 85





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CANVASS AT MUSKEGON.



Bartenders League...
Stationary Engineers.

Brewers

Bricklayers Mutual . . .

Typographical

Carpenter 6 Joiners. .
Electrical Workers...

Teamsters

Sheet Metal Workers.
Machinists



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411 Plumbers ft Steamfitters No. 154

130 Journeymen Barbers " 411

10 Joume3nnen Tailors " 113

5 Painters and Decorators " 475

168 Iron Molders " 186

100 Retail Clerks " 807

275 Cigarmakers " 24

379 Teamsters " 138

237 L B. of S. P " 117

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Number of members reported July 1, 1902.



Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903. .
Number of members reported July 1, 1903.
Decrease in members as reported



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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 175

Ayerage hours worked per day 9.5

Ayerage months worked per year 10.7

Ayerage daily wages July 1, 1902 |2 44

Ayerage daily wages July 1, 1903 2 54

Ayerage dally increase in wages during year 10

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 8

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 11

Number that settle differences by arbitration 11

Number that settle difTerences in other ways 8

Number that have agreements with employers 7

Number that have no such agreements 12

Number reporting strikes during year

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year. . ; $66 50

Number reporting sick benefit funds 8

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 11

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $338 73

Number making suggestions as to beneficial legislation 4

Number making no suggestions 15



CANVASS AT MT. CLEMENS.

(General Team Drivers No. 250 Carpenters & Joiners No. 674

Bartenders League " 379 Hod Carriers, etc " 64

Federal Labor Union " 10702 Retail Clerks " 824

Wood Workers " 127 bt. Railway Employes " 90

Painters and Decorators " 904 Bricklayers, Masons, etc " * 26

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 10

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 868

Increase in number of members reported 868

Average number of hours worked per day ' 9.7

Average number of months worked per year 10.7

Average daily wages for 1902 %1 63

Average daily wages for 1903 1 92

Average daily increase tor year 29

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 6

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 4

Number that settle differences by arbitration 10

Number having agreement with employers 5

Number having no such agreement 5

Number reporting strikes during year 4

Number reporting no strikes during year 6

Number of strikes resulting favorably to organizations 4

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $54 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds 3

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 7

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $28 50

Number making suggestions as to beneficial legislation 2

Number making no suggestions 8



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CANVASS AT OWOSSO.



Machinists * No. 114

Hotel ft Restaurant Em " 440

Painters and Decorators " 570

Journeymen Barbers " 364

Brotherhood of Teamsters " 322

Retail Clerks " 741

Typographical " 455



Federal Labor Union No. 9056

Amalgamated Wood Workers.. "

Cloth Casket Trimmers " 10659

Clgarmakers " 167

Carpenters ft Joiners " 1077

Boiler Makers, etc " 274

Blacksmiths " 15



Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 . . .
Number of members reported July 1, 1902.



8
391



Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903. .
Number of members reported July 1, 1903^
Increase of number of members reported.



14
617
226



Average hours worked per day. . . .
Average months worked per year.



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Average dally wages in 1902

Average dally wages in 1903

Average daily increase for year.



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2 23

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Number reporting hours of labor shortened

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened.



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Number that settle differences by arbitration.
Number that settle differences in other ways.



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Number that haVe agreements with employers.
Number that have no such agreements



Number reporting strikes during year 2

Number reporting no strikes during year 12

Strikes resulting favorably to organizations 2

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $194 00

Number reporting sicik benefit funds '4

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 10

Amount paid out In sick benefit funds during year $165 00



Number making suggestions for beneficial legislation.
Number making no suggestions



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CANVASS AT PONTIAC.



Typographical No. 512

Clgarmakers " 463

Federal Labor " 11067

Retail Clerks "

Carriage ft Wagon Workers... " 130
Journeymen Tailors " 387



Journeymen Barbers No. 476

Brick Masons, etc *' 29

Teamsters " 348

Musicians " 114

Painters and Decorators ** 667

Carpenters & Joiners " 1032



Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902. . .
Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903..
Number of members reported July 1, 1903.
Increase in number of members reported . .





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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 177

Average hours worked per day 9.6

Average months worked per year 11.5

Average daily wages in 1902 $2 07

Average daily wages In 1903 2 22

Average daily^ increase during year 15

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 8

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 4

Number that settle differences by arbitration 12

Number that have agreements with employers 6

Number that have no such agreements 6

Number reporting strikes during year

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $65 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds 8

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 9

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $114 75



CANVASS AT PORT HURON.

Musicians No. 33 Brotherhood of Teamsters No. 122

Grain Scoopers " 247

Brewery Workmen " 4

Bricklayers, Masons, etc " 3 .

Marine Stewards ft Cooks..... ** 209

Cigarmakers ! . . . " 368

Broom Makers " 75

Electrical Workers " 75

Typographical " 300

Machinists " 117

N. A. L. C " 529

Port Huron Local " 145



Bartenders League


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Journeymen Barbers


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Retail Clerks


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Painters and Decorators


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Shipwrights & Caulkers




Carpenters ft Joiners


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Printins Pressmen


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Beer Bottlers ft Drivers


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Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 33

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 1,447

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 24

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 908

Decrease in number of members reported ♦539

Average number of hours worked per day s . . 10

Average number of months worked per year 10.3

Average dally wages in 1902 $2 06

Average daily wages in 1903 ; 2 50

Average daily increase during year 44

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 11

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 13

Number that settle differences by arbitration 17

Number that settle differences in other ways 7

Number having agreements with employers 18

Number having no such agreements 6



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Number reporting strlkee during year 2

Number reporting no strikes during year.'. 22

Strikes resulting favorably to organizations 2

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year $251 00

Number reporting sick benefit funds 6

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 18

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $265 00

Number making suggestions for beneficial legislation 3

Number making no suggestions 21



CANVASS AT SAGINAW.

Cigarmakers No. 130 Retail Clerks No. 40

Steam Engineers " 28 Typographical " 50

Carpenters & Joiners " 59 I .eat her Workers " 80

Iron Molders " 321 Journeymen Barbers " 1$

Pattern Makers " Leather Workers on H. G " 96

Carpenters & Joiners " 334 Iron Workers Helpers " 8903

Ice and Coal Handlers " 163 Bricklayers and Masons " 7

Journeymen Horseshoers " 63 Teamsters " 287

Retail Clerks " 65 P. M. Lodge, Machinists " 600

Sheet Metal Workers " 38 Lathers Union " 131

Painters and Decorators " 105 Musicians " 57

Journeymen Tailors " 83 Brewery Workers " . " 28

Machinists ..." 187 St. Railway Employes " 32

Bartenders League " S06 Beer Drivers lb Stablemen " 299

Boiler Makers " 124 Street Railway Employes " 96

Plumbers ft Steamfitters " 85 Printing Pressmen " 14

Coopers " 136 Fishermen's Protective " 8906

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 82

Number of members reported July 1, 1902 1,609

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 . . . .* 34

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 1,927

Increase in number of members reported 318

Average hours worked per Miay 9.6

Average months worked per year 10.4

Average daily wages in 1902 |2 13

Average daily wages in 1903 2 21

Average daily increase during year 08

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 14

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened 20

Number that settle differences by arbitration 20

Number that settle differences in* other ways 14

Number having agreements with employers 22

Number having no such agreements : . 12

Number reporting strikes during year 4

Number reporting no strikes during year 30

Number of strikes resulting favorably to organization 1

Number of strikes resulting unfavorably to organization 1

Number of strikes compromised 1

Number of strikes still pending at time of report 1

Amount paid in strike benefits during year $825 50



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Number reporting sick benefit funds 10

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 24

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year $1,082 36

Number making suggestions ais to beneficial legislation 6

Number making no suggestions 28



CANVASS AT SAULT STE. MARIE.

Bricklayers ft Masons No. 18 Wood ft Metal Lathers No. 191

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Painters and Decorators " Cigarmakers

Bartenders League " 572 Typographical

Brewery Workmen ** 3 Carpenters ft Joiners

Steam Shovel Engineers " Plumbers, Steam and Qasfltters

Licensed Tugmen's Ass'n ** Journeymen Tailors

Shipwrights ft Caulkers " 44

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 : 13

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 533

Increase in number of members reported 533

Average number of hours worked per day 9.7

Average number of months worked per year 9.2

Average dally wages in 1902 |2 74

Average dally wages in 1903 3 31

Average dally increase during year 57

Number reporting hours of labor shortened 8

Number reporting hours of labor not shortened r 5

Number that settle differences by arbitration 8

Number that settle differences in other ways 5

Number having agreements! with employers 10

Number having no such agreements 3

Number reporting strikes during year 4

Number reporting no strikes during year 9

Number of strikes resulting favorably foi: organizations 4

Amount paid out in strike benefits during year |201 75

Number reporting sick benefit funds 4

Number reporting no sick benefit funds 9

Amount paid out in sick benefits during year |86 00

Nun&ber making suggestions for beneficial legislation 6

Number making no suggestions 7



CANVASS AT THREE RIVERS.

Iron Moulders No. 462 Retail Clerks No. 854

Painters and Decorators " 786 Paper Makers " 68

Cigarmakers " 69 Carpenters ft Joiners " 1551

Amalgamated Woodworkers " 199 Machinists " 528



Blacksmiths Union " 140 Bartenders League.



Number of unions reporting July 1, 1902 ^

Number of unions reporting July 1, 1903 10

Number of members reported July 1, 1903 343

Increase in number of members reported 343

Average number of hours worked per day 10.4

Average number months worked per year .^ 11.3

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