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1909


9,369


1910


10,222


1911


11,939


1912


11,602







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Report of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1912 — Tables. 7

Table C— Number and Membership of Labor Unions, by Groups of Trades, 1894-1912 — Coat-
GROUP VII.— FOOD AND LIQUORS.



Year


Bakers, Butchers,
Etc.


Brewery
Employees


Total


Unions


Members


Unions


Members


Unions


Members


1894


23
27
32
31
33
42
51
57
66
94
86
77
67
63
59
67
67
64
62


2,187
2,799
2,842
2,548
2,586
3,543
4,505
3,878
5,337
9,315
8,782
6,826
6,358
6,918
7,026
8,517
10,448
9,490
9,032


24
26
29
32
36
43
49
58
59
57
56
59
56
53
56
56
62
52
53


3.153
3.411
4,311
4,073
3.883
4,392
4,482
4.851
7,191
6.442
6,612
6,777
7,155
7,439
7,727
7,853
8,127
8,750
8,720


47

53

61

63

69

85

100

115

125

151

142

136

123

116

115

123

119

116

115


5,340
6,210
7,153


1895 .....


1896


1897


6.621
6,469
7,935
8,987
8,729
12,528
15,757


1898


1899


1900


1901


1902


1903


1904


15,394


1905


13,603
13,513
14,357
14,753


1906


1907


1908 ........


1909 . . . ....... ..


16,370
18,575


1910


1911


18,240


1912


17,752







GROUP VIII — THEATERS AND MUSIC.



Year


Unions


Members


Male


Female


Total


1894


25
27
28
27
29
29
32
38
44
51
55
59
60
64
67
75
75
77
78


5,563
6,846


125
481


5,688


1895


7,327


1896


•7,306


1897


6,683
9,033
9,088
9,221
11,179
10,345
11,130
12,282
12,492
12,617
14.846
15.584
17,144
18,993
23,286
22,638


237

313

430

477

509

1,243

544

1.332

732

822

1.390

1.371

1,384

1,486

3,505

3,359


6,920


1898


9,346


1899


9,518


1900


9.698


1901


11,688


1902


11.588


1903


11.674


1904


13,614


1905


13,224


1906


13,439


1907


16,236


1908


16,955


1909


18,528


1910


20,479


1911


26,791


1912


25,997







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Table C. — Number and Membership of Labor Union*, by Group* of Trades, 1894-1912 — Coat.

GROUP IX.— tobacco.



Year


Unions




MEMBERS




Male


Female


Total


1894


53
54
54
55
54
55
55
57
61
67
67
66
65
66
66
65
64
67
65


6,789
7,011


1,933
2,078


8,722


1895


9,089


1896


♦9,799


1897


6,967
6,445
7,022
8,442
7,721
8,565
9,457
9,402
9,386
9,459
9,280
9,146
8,387
8,320
8,130
7,878


2,190
2,444
1,864
3,907
2,489
2,484
2,978
2,952
2.729
2,429
2,608
2,377
2,144
1,969
2,359
2,322


9,097


1898


8,889


1899


8,886


1900


12,349


1901


10.210


1902


11,049


1903


12,435


1904


12,354


1905


12,115


1906


11,888


1907


11,888


1908


11,523


1909


10,531


1910


10,289


1911


10,489


1912


10,200







GROUP X — RESTAURANTS, TRADE, ETC.



Year


Hotel and
Restaurant
Employees


Barbers


Clerks and

Salesmen


Total




Unions


Members


Unions


Members


Unions


Members


Unions


Members


1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

19C1

1902

1903

1904

1905

1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912


16
16
14
14
15
17
25
42
39
65
59
52
50
53
54
52
44
45
55


1,377
1,351
1,412
1,453
1,404
1,745
2,699
3,658
4,033
8.479

10,042
7.578
5.393
6,116
6.370
5,607
5,365
5,513

18,155


7

10
12
18
21
19
23
33
42
49
52
53
53
56
52
52
52
53
53


207

273

621

767

809

1,033

1,387

1,788

1,937

2,439

2,491

2,477

2,424

3,568

2,638

2,601

2,624

2,883

2,851


4
7
13
13
17
19
28
33
65
63
47
35
37
38
28
26
24
26
24


187
509
1,025
764
1,015
1,806
2,457
2,736
4,777
3.910
2,722
2,729
2,510
2,420
1,628
1.614
1,075
1,628
1,093


27
33
39
45
63
55
76
108
146
177
158
140
140
147
134
130
120
124
132


1,771

2.133

3,058

2,984

3,228

4,584

6,543

8,182

10,747

14,828

15,255

12,784

10,327

12,104

10,636

9,822

9,064

10,024

22,099



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Report of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1912 — Tables. 9

fable C.— Nvsnber and MesaberaUp of Labor Unions, by Group* of Trades, 1894-1912 — Cont-

GROUP XI.— PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT.



Yeak


Unions


Members


Male


Female


Total


1894


5

6

4

4

8

41

58

81

105

111

117

111

112

118

148

149

224

230

250


1.964
1.964




1,964


1895




1,964


1896




•993


1897


1,667

1,880

3,797

7,143

8,132

9,142

9.596

9.407

9.234

9.305

10,649

15.010

16.038

16.569

15,705

14,565




1,667


1898




1,880


1899




3,797


1900


5

10

18

157

131

112

114

62

87

119

965

964

1,131


7,148


1901


8,142


1902


9,160


1903


9,753


1904


9,538


1905


9,346


1906


9,419


1907


10,711


1906


15,097


1909


16,157


1910


17,534


1911


16,669


1912


15,696







GROUP XII.— STATIONARY ENGINE TENDING.



Year


Unions


Membebs


Male


Female


Total


1894


11
11
12
35
40
56
59
64
82
95
97
85
75
74
69
69
66
68
62


975

1,105

1,239

2,948

3,738

5.204

5.666

7,566

8,111

11,166

12,702

12,037

12.650

14,574

11,984

11,946

12,277

11,637

10,538




975


1895




1,105


1896




1,239


1897




2,948


1898




3,738


1899




5,204


1900




5,666


1901




7,566


1902




8,111


1903




11,166


1904




12,702


1905




12,037


1906




12,650


1907




14,574


1906




11,984


1909




11,946


1910




12,277


1911




11,637


1912




10,538









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Table C. — Number and Membership of Labor Unions, by Groups of Trades, 1894-1912 — Concluded
GROUP XIII — MISCELLANEOUS.



Year


Paper Workers


Glass Workers


Total*


Unions


Members


Unions


Members


Unions


Members


1894






16
16
12
14
12
21
21
15
20
26
25
21
20
18
17
19
21
18
20


911
1,330
1,042

818

758
1,108
1,027

694
1,722
2,529
1,688
1,085
1,163
1,213
1,131
1,755
2,524
1,582
1,643


20

24

21

21

20

45

65

69

112

157

118

100

105

96

88

75

78

67

73


1,134


1895






1,862


1896






1,483


1897






1,322


1898






1,153


1899


4
10
16
27
48
34
36
35
35
34
21
24
26
34


251
490
929
2,154
4,634
3,195
3,240
2,827
3,674
2,775
1,550
2,279
3,140
2,548


3,039


1900


4,188


1901


5,336


1902


13,705


1903


15.979


1904


9,785


1905


7,618


1906


7,813


1907


10,249


1908


7,887


1909


6,843


1910


10,413


1911


8,959


1912


7,517







* Includes leather workers, cement and clay workers, and all other trades not elsewhere specified
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Report of Bureau of Labor Statibtios, 1912 — Tables. 11



TABLE D.— NUMBER AND MEMBERSHIP OP LABOR UNIONS IN EACH

1897-1912.



Cmr



CITY,



Albany 1897



Amsterdam .



Auburn.



BlNOHAMTON.



BUFTALO.









Members












Year*


unions


Men


Women


ToUl


1897


43


3,599


22


3.621


1898


44


3,314


24


3.338


1899


50


4,309


58


4,367


1900


68


5,884


25


5,909


1901


73


6,767


82


6,849


1902


80


7,948


60


8,008


1903


84


8,808


65


8.873


1904


83


8,162


57


8.219


1905


80


7,756


65


7,821


1906


81


7.649


96


7,745


1907


83


8,518


101


8,619


1908


85


7,900


99


7,999


1909


77


7,630


59


7.689


1910


81


8,026


88


8,114


1911


83


8,363


107


8,470


1912


84


8,857


112


8,969


1897


3


66




66


1898


5


183




183


1899


11


389




389


1900


23


1,067




1,067


1901


24


1,002


io


1,012


1902


25


1,108


21


1,129


1903


25


1,132


18


1,150


1904


19


750


5


755


1905


16


694


4


698


1906


20


1,027


17


1,044


1907


22


1,196


5


1.201


1908


19


959


3


962


1909


16


864


4


868


1910


17


959


6


965


1911


17


908


6,


914


1912


17


934


1


935


1897


17


705


2


707


1898


16


852


2


854


1899


19


1,054




1,054


1900


24


1.296


3


1.299


1901


27


1,375


2


1,377


1902


35


2,003


6


2,009


1903


35


1,990


39


2,029


1904


34


1,755


41


1.796


1905


33


1,525


42


1,567


1906


32


1,480


31


1.511


1907


32


1,612


34


1,646


1908


31


1,489


36


1.525


1909


30


1,351


37


1,388


1910


31


1,404


33


1,437


1911


31


1,425


33


1,458


1912


32


1,636


27


1,663


1897


11


735




735


1898


15


804


17


821


1899


39


2,145


107


2,252


1900


37


1,791


37


1,828


1901


35


1,775


71


1,846


1902


32


1,560


110


1,670


1903


33


1,709


120


1,829


1904


33


1,858


147


2,005


1905


34


1,987


176


2,163


1906


37


2,080


178


2,258


1907


42


2,291


174


2,465


1908


40


2,025


147


2,172


1909


36


1,786


114


1,900


1910


37


1,971


62


2,033


1911


36


1,987


144


2,131


1912


35


2,124


120


2,244


1897


83


8,687


21


8,708


1898


80


8,849


14


8,863


1899


117


16,665


29


16,694


1900


155


26,448


164


26,612


1901


159


26,380


303


26,683


1902


156


26,096


376


26,472


1903


174


32,047


761


32,808


1904


183


32,616


1,009


33,625


1905


178


27,586


915


28,501



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Table D.— Number and Membership of Labor Unions la Each City, 1897-1912 — Continued.

Members



ClTT


Number of ^~
Year* unions


Men


Women


Total


Buitalo — Concluded


1906


174


28.754


836


29,590




1907


181


31,891


824


32,715




1908


176


28,218


596


28,814




1909


168


27,019


753


27,772




1910


166


27,917


1,299


29,216




1911


163


29,207


1,147


30,354




1912


165


26,780


1,470


28,250


Cohobs


1897


6


407




407




1898


13


768


698


1,466




1899


12


833


748


1,281




1900


13


806


607


1,413




1901


15


675


524


1,199




1902


10


542


150


692




1903


11


574


150


724




1904


14


758




758




1905


12


587




587




1906


11


670




670




1907


17


1,267


io


1,282




1908


17


947


16


963




1909


15


998


13


1,011




1910


16


1,118


5


1,123




1911


19


1,186


15


1,201




1912


20


1,472


290


1,762


Cornino


1897


5


322




322




1898


4


274




274




1899


5


305




305




1900


8


451




451




1901


16


968




968




1902


18


1,015


........


1,015






25


1,244




1,255




1904


20


1,093


3


1,096




1905


18


1,120


2


1,122




1906


16


1,072


2


1,074




1907


19


1,236


11


1,247




1908


18


1,205


3


1,208




1909


17


1,114


3


1,117




1910


18


1,140


3


1,143




1911


18


1,039


9


1,048




1912


17


1,095


10


1,105


Cortland


1897


4


59


2


61




1898


4


65




65




1899


5


72




72




1900


6


85


i


86




1901


6


92


2


94




1902


6


148


1


149




1903


8


285


1


286




1904


11


299


18


317




1905


12


280


• 16


296




1906


13


288


21


309




1907


11


246


18


264




1908


11


214


14


228




1909


12


254


14


268




1910


12


282


11


293




1911


11


277


14


291




1912


11


271


20


291


Dunkirk


1897


2
2


31
76




31

76




1898




1899


4


172




172




1900


17


720


5


725




1901


18


959


4


963




1902


21


841


4


845






26


1,294


7


1,301




1904


24


931


3


934




1905


21


685


5


690




1906


17


686


6


692




1907


21


1,223


8


1,231




1908


21


776


10


786




1909


21


908


7


915




1910


24


2,492


8


2,500




1911


27


1,852


14


1,866




1912


25


1,743


17


1,760


Elm ira


1897


20


1,043


4


1,047




1898


18


1,076


2


1,077




1899


20


1,135


2


1,137



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Report of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1912 — Tables. 13



Table D.— Nunber and Membership of Labor Union* in Bach CKy, 18t7-ltl2 — <

MmMBUMB

Number of * • *

City Year* unions Men Women Total

Elmiba— Concluded 1900 25 1,509 4 1,513

1901 30 2,003 9 2,012

1902 38 2,685 37 2,722

1903 36 2,261 116 2,377

1904 39 2,289 86 2,375

1905 39 2,330 80 2,410

1906 38 2,496 92 2,588

1907 45 2,959 97 3,056

1908 41 2,648 28 2,676

1909 38 2,551 29 2,580

1910 38 2.852 10 2,862

1911 38 2,860 13 2,873

1912 37 2,889 17 2,906

Fulton 1897

1898

1899 1 30 30

1900 1 37 37

1901 4 143 143

1902 7 176 176

1903 10 200 30 230

1904 8 77 77

1905 6 75 75

1906 5 70 70

1907 7 147 147

1908 6 125 125

1909 5 133 133

1910 6 99 99

1911 8 144 2 146

1912 8 190 190

Gcneta 1897 6 278 278

1898 10 323 6 329

1899 10 321 1 322

1900 13 546 1 547

1901 18 762 1 763

1902 24 859 15 874

1903 27 890 20 910

1904 25 866 11 877

1905 24 823 8 831

1906 25 996 5 1,001

1907 24 1,016 4 1,020

1908 24 972 3 975

1909 23 824 3 827

1910 25 893 4 897

1911 25 971 3 974

1912 25 1,011 3 1,014

Glens Falls 1897 4 93 1 94

1898 3 83 83

1899 5 241 241

1900 7 326 326

1901 12 607 2 609

1902 33 2,512 472 2.984

1903 29 1,541 225 1,766

1904 23 1,119 17 1,136

1905 23 1.016 9 1,025

1906 22 987 7 994

1907 20 1,038 10 1,048

1908 18 972 10 982

1909 15 927 10 937

1910 17 861 11 872

1911 16 944 12 956

1912 17 990 17 1,007

Glovkbsville 1897 2 275 275

1898 2 519 519

1899 5 550 16 566

1900 8 858 11 869

1901 17 1,277 323 1,600

1902 28 2,565 458 3,023

1903 30 2,526 540 3.066

1904 23 1,125 330 1,455
1005 13 402 8 410

1906 13 386 8 394

1907 12 390 5 395

1908 12 420 4 424

1909 12 553 3 55^
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Table D.— Number and Membership ef Leber Unions in Each City, 1897-1912 —


• Continued.


X.






Members




INuuiuci ut / —

City Year* unions


Men


Women


Total


Glovbrbville — Conduded 1910


13


691


3


694


1911


12


501


2


503


1912


11


776


10


786


HOBNELL 1897


6
6


616
718




616


" 1898


718


1899


7


719




719


1900


20


1,395


272


1,667


1901


21


1,054


32


1,086


1902


16


956


3


959


1903


20


1,177


2


1,179


1904


20


1,210


3


1.213


1905


19


1,184


30


1,214


1906


22


1,275


19


1,294


1907


23


1.336


14


1,350


1908


23


1,414




1,414


1909


21


1,214


9


1,223


1910


19


1,180


7


1,187


1911


20


1,189


14


1,203


1912


20


1,198


10


1,208


Hudson 1897


2
3


53
115




53


1898


115


1899


3


76




76




4


98




98


1901


7


136




136


1902


9


265




265


1903


10


302




302


1904


10


240




240


1905


9


208




208


1906


9


200




200


1907


6


206




206


1908


6


177




177


1909


6


170




170


1910


7


185




185


1911


8


198




198


1912


7


167




167


Ithaca 1897


13
12


347
291


20
17


367


1898


308


1899


12


358


15


373


1900


13


327


16


343


1901


14


499


16


515


1902


15


624


31


655


1903


17


793


19


812


1904


17


762


28


790


1905


16


866


46


912


1906


15


647


36


683


1907


15


635


42


677


1908


15


592


34


626


1909


14


584


28


612


1910


14


663


28


691


1911


15


705


34


739


1912


15


658


23


681


Jamestown 1897


4
4


95

77




95


1898


77


1899


7


159




159




16


806


ioe


912


1901


35


1,533


95


1.628


1902


37


1,450


87


1,537


1903


43


1,550


92


1,642


1904


27


914


36


950


1905


22


769


18


787


1906


20


695


17


712


1907


20


777


7


784


1908


19


787


15


802


1909


21


1,081




1,081


1910


20


1,636


is


1,654


1911


21


1,853


26


1,879


1912


21


1,271


33


1,304


Johnstown 1897










1898










1899










1900


i


7




7


1901


3


8


iii


119


1902


13


812


159


971



* December 31 for 1897; September 30 for subsequent years.



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Table D.— Number and Membership of Labor Unions In Each City, 1897-1912 — Conttnaod.

Ml MB ERA

Number of • " »

Crrr Year* unions Men Women Total

Johmtowk-C^^W 1903 13 882 !76 1,058

1905 4 91 91

1906 4 74 74

1907 4 88 88

1908 3 66 66

1909 3 77 77

1910 4 87 87

1911 5 98 98

1912 4 94 94

Kncoaroif 1807 7 227 227

* V ""*" VCT 1898 6 199 199

1899 6 160 160

1900 8 247 247

1901 8 221 221

1902 10 327 2 329

1903 23 890 1 891

1904 24 977 2 979

1905 26 1.022 1 1,023

1906 25 989 5 994

1907 23 1,071 7 1,078

1908 22 1,094 7 1,101

1909 23 1,149 6 1,155

1910 23 1,211 5 1,216

1911 25 1.283 5 1,288

1912 24 1.217 6 1,223

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1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1904 1 50 50

1905

1906

19C7 1 68 68

19T8 2 114 114

1909 2 107 107

1910 2 145 145

1911 2 115 115

1912 2 115 115

Lnni Falls 1807 3 47 47

1898 3 56 56

1899 3 54 54

1900 13 513 16 529

1901 20 657 27 684

1902 19 591 46 637

1903 17 514 11 525

1904 16 480 20 500

1905 14 389 8 397

1906 13 465 465

1907 12 380 389

1908 10 264 264

1909 10 222 222

1910 11 286 286

1911 13 314 4 318

1912 12 319 3 322

Lockport 1897 12 257 69 326

LocapoRT 18gg 12 agi w 32g

1899 22 1,148 34 1,182

1900 32 1,432 82 1,514

1901 37 1,290 93 1,383

1902 34 1,230 38 1,268

1903 29 1.144 41 1,185

1904 27 992 24 1,016

1905 25 816 24 840

1906 23 771 771

1907 20 678 36 174

1908 20 649 11 660

1909 19 597 2 599

1910 21 640 17 657

1911 21 715 8 723

1912 21 721 1 722

* December 31 for 1897; September 30 for subsequent years. t Formerly West Seneca.



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Table D.— Number and Membership of Labor Union* in Each Chy, 1897-1912 — Coatfaaed.

MEMBERS



ClTT


Number of r
Year* unions


Men


Women


Total


MlDDLETOWN


1897


4


277




277




1898


4


273




273




1899


6


296




296




1900


9


463




463




1901


12


891




891




1902


20


885




885




1903


28


1,332


37


1,369




1904


27


1,178


17


1,195




1905


22


1,153


2


1,155




1906


22


1,146


5


1,151




1907


25


1,210


4


1.214




1908


25


1,257


7


1.264




1909


25


1,345


5


1.350




1910


25


1,342


5


1.347




1911


28


1,536


3


1.539




1912


28


1,551


2


1,553


Mount Vernon


1897


4


231




231




1898


5


236




236




1899


6


390




390




1900


9


488




488




1901


10


545




545




1902


12


745




745




1903


14


792


2


794




1904


12


667


2


669




1905


13


718




718




1906


J3


861




861




1907


15


982




982




1908


14


807




807




1909


16


863




863




1910


15


1,007




1,007




1911


15


887


i


888




1912


15


899


1


900


NnWBURGH


1897


13


765


757


1,522




1898


21


1,027


731


1,758




1899


20


975


687


1,662




1900


22


1,107


679


1,786




1901


21


1,161


730


1,891




1902


21


1,261


656


1,917




1903


25


1,651


700


2,351




1904


33


1,995


796


2,791




1905


31


1,934


862


2,796




1906


33


1,940


866


2,806




1907


30


1,863


839


2,702




1908


37


2,077


817


2,894




1909


35


1,911


914


2,825




1910


36


1,915


864


2,779




1911


33


1,797


779


2,576




1912


33


1,806


732


2.538


Nnw Rochslle


1897


5


173




173




1898


6


182




182




1899


6


210




210




1900


8


394




394




1901


9


409




409




1902


11


560




560




1903


14


609




609




1904


12


584


i


585




1905


13


856


2


858




1906


13


1,150


2


1.152




1907


14


1,310


4


1,314




1908


14


891


3


894




1909


17


1,390


2


1.392




1910


19


1,512


2


1,514




1911


19


1,464


1


1,465




1912


19


1,298




1,298


New York Citt


1897


432


128,012


5.476


133,488




1898


440


120,617


4,812


125,429




1899


477


136,584


5,103


141,687




1900


502


146,433


8,071


154,504




1901


515


163,604


10,418


174,022




1902


579


188.286


9,769


198,055




1903


653


235,885


8,327


244,212




1904


670


247,021


7,698


254,719




1905


667


244,663


6,614


251,277




1906


678


253,065


6,943


260.008



* December 31 for 1897; September 30 for subsequent yean.



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Report of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1912 — Tables. 17

Table D.— Nunber and Membership of Labor Unions In Each City, 1897-1912 — Continued.

Members

Number of * • »

Citt Year* unions Mon Women Total

New York Crrr — Concluded 1907 712 276,555 9,625 286,180

1908 704 232,403 7,135 239,538

1909 699 234,436 8,721 243,157

1910 722 313,515 23,994 337,509

1911 736 325,786 31,285 357,071

1912 693 345,911 31,798 377,709

Niagara Falls 1897 6 200 200

1898 5 151 151

1899 6 600 600

1900 29 1,380 192 1,572

1901 38 2,227 156 2,433

1902 44 2,567 199 2,766

1903 46 2,536 255 2,791

1904 40 1,977 125 2,102

1905 39 2,005 126 2,131

1906 35 1,669 108 1,777

1907 31 1,673 5 1,678

1908 29 1,638 3 1,641

1909 28 1,403 7 1,410

1910 29 1,657 1,657

1911 34 1,884 68 1,952

1912 30 1,961 14 1,975

North Tonawanda 1897

(See also Tonawanda). 1898

1899 1 6 6

1900 3 151 151

1901 6 270 270

1902 6 340 340

1903 6 348 348

1904 13 984 34 1,018

1905 6 442 442

1906 6 426 426

1907 6 324 324

1908 6 255 255

1909 5 234 234

1910 5 264 264

1911 5 436 436

1912 5 451 451

Oodbmbburo 1897 2 42 42

1898 1 30 30

1899 2 94 94

1900 2 92 92

1901 6 665 665

1902 10 708 708

1903 26 1,394 22 1,416

1904 25 1,318 1,318

1905 24 1,340 1,340

1906 25 1,387 1,387

1907 26 1,538 1,538

1908 25 1,384 1,384

1909 27 1,447 1,447

1910 25 1.402 1,402

1911 21 1,091 1,091

1912 17 727 727

Olean 1897 6 148 148

1898 6 156 156

1899 8 215 215

1900 20 559 7 566

1901 22 630 12 642

1902 26 778 9 787

1903 28 935 12 947

1904 32 1,238 5 1,243

1905 28 1,119 18 1,137

1906 26 1,001 11 1,012

1907 26 1,087 14 1,101

1908 25 1,173 17 1,190

1909 21 980 13 993

1910 19 908 13 921

1911 20 875 16 891

1912 19 840 11 851



Oneida 1897

1898
1899



151
122
195



151
122
195



* December 31 for 1897; September 30 for subsequent years.



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