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Carpentera ,

Plasterera' tendera.



Bricklayera, plnaterora, and
atonomaaona.

LftboreTa

Painters



GABPETING.



"Weavers.



COTTON AND WOOLEN GOODS.



Knittera .
"Weaveta.



Weavers.



COTTON GOODS.



Woavera.
■Weavers.
Boffora ..
Weavers.



Mule epiimcra .

Hule apinnera .
Spoolers



Wearers

Mule spinners

Dofi'ers, spinners, sweepers,
etc.

Doflers and spinners

Mule spinners and weavers. .

Mule spinners

Weavers

Weavers

Weavers



Back lK>ys and doffors.



Danrers ..««....

Pittsaeld

Hndson

Maford

Marblehsad

Brockton

Ljmn

Haverhill

Brockton......

Lynn

Marlboro <

Marlboro

Lowell

Boston

Boston...

Springfield

Hobroke

Waftham

Natlcrk .'.

Boston

Fall River

Beaton... ......

Lawrenoo......



Palmer .



Methnm ..
Lawrence.



Lawrence. (



Fall River.-..
Fall River....
New Bedford .
Fall River....



r Bedford.



New Bedford .
Fall River....



AmcAbary....
Fall River....
New Bedford .

New Bedford...
Fall River...
Fall River...
Fall River...
Sprinfffield .-
Fall River...



Fall River..



Against ssdaolian of waitea.....:

For adoption of union Bcale

Against employment of nonunion men

Againat adoption of proposed scale

For incroaae of wages

For adoption of union scale ^

Against reduction of wages from $17 to $15

per week.
For payment of wages overdue

Againat Todoction of wages of 15 perceaA..
For discbarge of employee

Against emplovment of nonunion men

For increase of'^wagea.

For reduction of bonrs from 10 to 9 per day.

For increase of wages ~

Againat eniptoymcut of nonunion men

For increase of wages from $2.25 to $2.50

per day.
For reduction of boura fixim 10 to 9 per day.
For redaction of boura from 10 to per day.
For reduction of hours fVom 10 to 9 per day.
For increase of wages from $2.50 to $2,75 per

day.
For reduction of hours from 10 to 9 per day.

For i ncvease of wages fretn $1 .95 to $2 per flay
Against emplojnnont of nonunion mam



For increase of wages and rcittstatemenk of
disobarged omployeo.



For chance f^om pleoe to day work

Against increaae of amount of work re-
quired to be done and reduction of frice
per piece.

For restoration of wages



For discharge of foreman

Against adoption of proposed scale ,

For increase of wages

Against change in macbineiy causing re-
duction of waf>es.

For reinstatement of discharged emjklsf ee
and againat working overtime.

Against poor quality of material

Againat increaae of amount of work re-
quired to be done.

For reinstatement of discharged foreman. . .

Against system of measuring work

For increase of wages



For increase of wages

Againat poor quality of material

Againat adoption of proposed acale

For increase of wages

For increaae of wagea of 12.5 per cent

Against acceptance of firm'a forms on new

article of manufacture.
For increase of wages from $4 to $4.50 per

week.



a Sacceodod in 2 ostabUsbmonts ; failed in 1.



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CHAPTEB IL — QBHBEAL TABLES.



383



Table I.— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AKD INDUSTRIES— Continued.
01 AS« ACnVftB TTS—Coniiimea.



Ordfind

by
labor
argani-
lation.



Yes..
Yob..
Y«..
Ye»..
Ym..
Yes..
Y«..

No...

Y«0..
Ym..

Ye«..
Yes..



Ko..
Yas.
Yes.

Ko..

No..
Yes.
Yee.
Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.



No..



No.

No.



No-



No-
No.
N«.

No.



Yes..



Yes.
No..



No.
No.
No.



No..
Yes.
No..
No..
No..
Yes.

No..



SSTJlBIJSH-

MBIRB
I1IVYK.VXD.



Closed.



Not
dosed.



Begin-
ning.



May 21
June 1
Jtma 3
ilime 5
July 12
Sept 7
Sept 17

Nov. J

Not. 2
Nor. 14

Nov. 19
Deo. 16



Mar. 1
Macu 7
A{ff.
Apr. 16

Apr. 16
May 1
May 1

May 14

June 5

Jnne 8
July 16



Aug. U



F<A. 13
May 7

Ang. 2



Jon. 6
Feb. 13
Feb. 14
Feb. 27

Mar. 5

Mar. 5
Mm. 6

Mar. 14
Apr. 17
June 19

June 22
Jnne 23
July 6
July 9
July 13
July 25

Aug. 1



STBTKBISB RBEMPLOTED

OB PLACiES FILLED

BT OTHEB8.



Date.



June 6,1888
Jmno 5,1888
June 18, 1888
June 10, 1888
July 13. 1868
Sept. 10. 1888
Oct. 3,1888

Nev. 7,1888

Nov. 16, 1888
Dec. 8,1888

Apr. 2,1889
Doc. 26,1888



Mar. 12, 1886
Mar. 14, 1888
Apr. 12, 1888
Apr. 10, 18B8

Apr. 23, 1086
May 3.1866
Sept. 15,1888
May 20, 1888

Aug. 15, 1888

July 20. 1888
July 30, 1888



Sept. 5,1£88



Feb. 20,1688
May 21, 1888

Aug. 0,1888



Jan. 9, 1888
Feb. 14, 18n
F«ib. 16.1888
Mar. 1,1688

Mar. 14, 1888

Mar. 26, 1888
Mar. 12, 1888

Mar. 19, 1888
Apr. 23, 1888
Jnne 22. 1888

Jnne 26, 1888
July 0,1888
July 9,1888
July 16, 1888
July 17, 1888
Aug. 6,1888

Ang. 6,1888



Days to
date.



134
10



Sno-
ceeded.



No....


$3,600


No....


972


No....


6.634


No....


11,500


Yes...


110


Yes...


87


Y«s...


278



Yes..

Yos..
Yes..

No....
Partly



No.
No....
Yes...
Yes...

No....
Yes...

Yes...

No....

No...
No...



Partly



No.
No.,



No...



No..-.
No...
Yes.,
Yes..

No....

Yes
No....

No...
Yes..
Partly





No....


16


Yes...




Yes...




Partly




No....


12


Yes...



No...



b Not reported.



EMPLOYEES'—



Wage
loss.



100

980
230

21.000
1,400



120

1,250

480

609

eao

70

400

3,000

38,000

3,510
160



660



see

950



1,760



296

250

55

2,553

13,566

866
75

1,000
175
100

35
850
250
475
450
800

20



Assist-
ance.



$400

360

925

2,000



114



500
1.444



aoo



268



Loss of

em-
ployers.



$1,200
500

i.oee

15.000



500
75



25.000
3,000



800

56



500

203
1,000

15,000



100



900



250



150



100
150



Mar-
giwd
Dttm*
bee.





10



11
12



13
14
15
16

17

18
19



21

22
23

24



25
26



27



28
29
80
81

32

83
84

35
36
37



40
41
42
43



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384



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF LABOR.



Table I.— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.

MASSACBIIJSETT8— Continued.



HftT-

num-
ber.



24



OCCUPATIONS.



1S88— Continued.
BOOTS AJfD SHOES— concluded.



Lusters

Lastera

Lastoro

Lastcrs

Lastera

Lasters

Cutters

Benters-ont, lasters, turners, etc.

Lasters

Cbannelers, cutters, heelers, etc.

Employees

Lasters



BUnJ>ING TRADES.



Carpenters

Latners

Paper hangers

Painters

Pain ters •.

Carpcn t era

Carpenters

Plasterers' tenders

Briclcliiyers, plasterers, and stone masons.

Laborers

Painters



OABPKTINO.



Weavers.



COTTON AKD WOOLEN GOOD0.



Knitters .
Weavers.
Weavers.



COTTON GOODS.



Weavers

Weavers

Doffora

Weavers

Mnlospinnera

Mule spinners

Spoolers

Weavers ,

Mule spinners

Doffers, spinners, sweepers, etc.

Doffers and spinners

Mule spinners and weavers

Mule spinners

Weavers

Weavers

Weavers

Back boys and doffers



EMPLOTBES BEFOBE
8TBIKB.



Male.



90
100
214
177
155

85
100

28
110

20
155
150



40

72

92

172

89

18

29

392

000

210

10



02



23
950
950



195
437
700
447
1,812
600
120
300
125
283
373
875
445
150
235
445
443



Fern.



95
25
140



20
15
45
125



18



24
1,000
1,000



200
490
500
480
1,188
510
240
450
175
329
300
450
482
250
115
482
482



Total.



140
150
250
265
250
110
240

28
130

35
200
275



40

72

02

172

89

18

29

892

900

210

10



47
1,950
1,950



395
927
1,200
927
2,500
1,200
300
750
800
612
673
825
927
400
850
927
927



EMPLOTBES FOB WHOM

BTBIKE WAS UNDBB-

TAKRN.



Male.



17
15
CO
00
37
11
7
10
22
14
150
40



4

27

00

111

35

18

16

122

200

50

6



12



11



100



Fern.



45



10



1

75
200



75


75


125


130


21




190


210


86




10






20


1




22




2


23


15


20


27




84




25


50


66


84


10


10


5





TotaL



17
15
06
60
87
11
7
10
22
14
195
40



4

27

00

111

85

18

16

122

200

60

6



12
75
800



150

255
21

400

86

16

20

1

22
26
44
27
84
75

100
20
5



a Irregular.



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CHAPTEE n.— GENERAL TABLES.



385



Tablb I.— strikes, by STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.

niASSACnVSETTS— Continued.



8TBIKBB8.


EXPLOTBBS THBOWN

OUT OF EMPLOYMEMT

BY BTBIKE.


STRIKE.


WKKKI.YWOBK-
INU HOUBS.


Mar.


Ma]e.


Fem.


Total.


Male.


Fem.


Total.


Male.


Fem.


Total.


Brought

from

other

places.


Before
strike.


After
strike.


hS?"


17

15
66
60
37
11

iJ

22

14

150

40

4

72

00

111

35

18

16

122

200

50

6

12
11

""ioo'

75
125

21
190

86

16

""ioo*

22
16
23
42
84
25
66
10
10


""46*

10

1

76
200

75
130

'"2io'

150

""28*
29
15

""w*

84
10


17
15
66
60
37
11
7
10
22
14
196
40

4

72

00

111

35

18

16

122

200

50

6

22

12
75
800

150

255
21

400
86
16
20

250
22
88
52
57
84
76

100
20
10


40

2L

208

157

87

11

7

10

110

18

150

150

4

72

92

111

35

18

16

892

600

50

6

62
11

'"'ioo'

86
126

21

447

1,812

88

■"'ioo'

22
15
23
61
71
28
100
10
10


15
7
82
61

* "20

12

45

125

18

1
75
200

75

130

12

480

1,188

'""io*

150

""23*
20
16

""60*
60
10


65

28

240

218

37

11

7

10

130

30

106

275

4

72

92

111

35

18

16

392

600

50

6

80

12

76

800

161

255
83

927

2,600

38

20

260
22
88
52
76
71
78

150
20
10


10
12
140
25


"26*


10
12
160
25


10
12


69
60
59
60
59
60
50
59
60
59
59
69

60
54

60
60
60
54
60
64
60

60

60
60
60

60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60

60
60
60


60
60
69
60
69
60
59
50
60
59
69
69

60
54

60
60
54
65
54
60
54
60

60

60
60
60

60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60

60
60
00
60




25
























10




10


















10


15




15




11




12


4




4




18




14










16


2
10




2

10


2


16
17




18


3




3




19




20


50
25

4

1
10




50

25

4

1
10


20


21
22




23




24

26
26


9










27


10


15


26




28




29










80










81


1




1




82




83










34


16


4


20




85


,,.


86










87










88










89










40










41


6




6




42




43


1






44



13



b Not reported.



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886



REPORT OP THE COMMISSIONER OP LABOR.



Tabl« I.— strikes, by states, years, and industries— Coothiaed.
BIASSACHITSBTTft— CoBtlmMd.



Mar.

ginal
iiiim>



OCCnpATIONfl.



CAU8B OB OBJECT.



12



13



1 888— CoDoluded.
COTTON GOODS— concladed.

Weavers

Spoolers



Speeder tenders..
Mule spinners...



Mole spinners and weavers.



Male spinners .
Weavers



FOOD PBEPABATIONS.

Bag washers, sagar refinery .

FT7BNITURE.



Becd workers

tJpbolsterers

Framers and reed workers —



GLASS.

Cutters, out glassware.



LBATHBB AND LEATHBB OOODB.

Snuffers



MSTALB AND METALUC GOODS.

Holders, stove foundry

Employees, edge-tool factory- •

STONE QUARBTING AND CUTTING



Stonecutters

Employees, marble works.



Employees, cigar factory...
Employees, cigar factones .

Cigar makers

Employees, oigar factory. . .
Cigar makers

Cigar makers

Cigar makers



WOOLEN AND WORSTED GOODS.

Weavers

Weavers



MISCELLANEOUS.

Drivers, ice company. .
Ice cutters



Fall River..
Fall River..



Chioppee Falls.
Fall River



FaU River..



FaU River....
New Bedford .



Boston.



Wakefield .

Boston

Gardner . . .



New Bedford . . .



Wobum -



Plymouth

East Douglass..



Mount Auburn
Boston



Worcester . .

Boston

Boston

Boston

Plymouth ..

Cambridge. .

Springfield .



North Andover.
Worcester



Against change in machinery causing re-
duction of wages.

Against change in machinery causing re-
duction of wages.

Against discharge of employee

Against making up lost time and for rein-
statement of discharged employees.

Against poor quality of material and for
change in machinery.

For restoration of wages

Against alleged excessive fines



For inrivilego of stopping long enough to eat



Against reduction of wages of 20 per cent. .
For increase of wages f^m $3 to $3.50 per dny
Against reduction of wages of 20 per cent. .



Against firm supplying material to non-
union establishment.



Against reduction of wages of 10 per cent.



Against acceptance of firm's terms on new

article of manufacture.
For discharge of superintendent



For increase of wages

For reduction of hours, double pay for over-
time, and adoption of union apprentice-
ship rules.

Against reduction of wages of 10 per cent.

Against reduction of wages ,

Against reduction of wages

Against reduction of wages

Against introduction of machinery and re-
duction of wages.

Against performing work for another estab-
lishment in which strike was pending.

For discharge of foreman



Againstincrcaae of amount of work required

to be done and reduction of price per piece.

Against reduction of wages



Charlesto wn .... For recommendati on from company in favor

of former employees.
Salom For increase of wages Arom $1.50 to $2 per

day.
a Succeeded in 3 establishments; failed in 1.



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CHAPTER n.— GENERAL TABLES.



387



Table !•— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES-^ontinued.
JIIASSACBIIJSBTTS-ConiiAiMd.



Ordered

by

labor

orefuii<



ESTABLISH-

MKMTS

INVOLVED.



Closed.



Not



Begin-
ning.



STBIKBBS BEEMPLOTEO

OB PLACES nLLBD

BY OTUBBS.



Date.



Days to
date.



Sac-
ceeded.



EMPLOYEES* —



Wage
lost.



Aftsiflt-
ance.



Loss of

em-
ployers.



Mar-

ginal
nun-
bar.



Yee.

No..



Ko.
No.



No....



Yee.
No..



No.



Yob.
Yes.
No..



Yet.



Yes.



No.
Yes...



Yea.
Yes.



Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.

YOB.

Yea.
Ho..

No..
No..

No..
No..



Ang. 14

Aug. 27

Sept. 6
Sept e

Sept. 18

Nov. 17
Nov. 19



June U



Feb. 3
June 9
Oct 2



Oct 18



Dec. 80



Feb. 15
Oct 22



Jan. 1
Feb. 10



Jan. 30
Feb. 2
Feb. 7
Mar. 12
Mar. 13

Apr. 21

Jmne 21



July 2
Oct 8

Jan. 5
Jan. 20



Aug. 20, 1888

Ang. 29, 1888

Sept 14, 1888
Sept 10, 1888

Sept 28, 1888

Jan. 0,1889
Dec. 10,1888



June 18» 1888



Apr. 9. 1888
Jane 25, 1888
Nov. 15, 1888



Oct 22,1888

Jan. 13,1889

Feb. 20,1888
Oct. 27,1888



May 1,1889
May 5,1888



Mar. 12,1888
Jane 5,1890
Mar. 1,1888
Mar. 14, 1888
Apr. 9,1888

Apr. 23, 1888

July 5,1888



Nov. 12, 1888
Oct 11,1888

Jan. 7,1888
Jan. 30,1888



10



14



486



42

287

23

2

27



14



133
3



Yes...

Yes...

Yes...
Yes...

Yes...

Yes...
ParUy



No.



No..
Yes.
No..



Yes.



Yes.



No..
Yes.



No...
No...



Yes..

(a)

No...
No...

Yes..

No...



No...
No...



No....
No....



$2,000

50

140
610

2.500

1,950
1,056



17,100

396

20,800



800

208

1,081
3,000



1,688
79,750



1,200

64,172

10, 510

440

327

66

1,760



10,000
230



56
1,000



$57



461



300



10,000



750
33,539



196



$84
719

1,000

1,000



100



3,000



25.000



100



250
600



200
25,000



500
70,000



75

50

1,000



300



250



9

10
11



12



13



14
15



16
17



18
19
20
21
22

23

24



25
26



27
28



b Succeeded In 13 establishments ; failed in 1.



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388



REPORT OF THE COMBHSSIONER OF LABOR.



Table I.— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.

MASSACBIIJSETTS-Continaed.



Mar-




1

EMPLOYEES BEFORE
STRIKE.


EMPLOYEES FOR WHOM
STRIKE WAS UNDER-
TAKEN.


ginal
num-


OCCUPATIONS.


























ber.




Male.


Fern.


Total.


Male.


Fem.


Total.




1888-Concladed.
















COTTON GOODS— concladed.














1


Weavera


440
450
525
160
126
100
800


487
477
625
165
250
175
270


927
927
1,150
825
875
275
570


175

is'

80
11
40


225
42
21


400
42
21
13
80
11
40


2


Spoolers .- ..-..


8


Speoder tenders


4


Mnle Bpinners


5


Mule spinners and weavers


6


Mule spinners


7


Weavers




FOOD PREPARATIONS.


8


Bag washers, sugar refinery....


300




300


20




20




FUHNITURK.














9


Reed workers


855

85

950


125
'***256*


080

85

1,200


91

12

335




91

12

836


10


Upholsterers


11


Framers and reed workers




GLASS.














12


Cutters, cut glassware


108


12


120


80




86




LEATHER AND LEATHER GOODS.














18


Snuffers


175




175


8




8




METALB AND METALUO GOODS.


14


Molders, stove foundry


81
842




81
842


82
841




32
841


15


Employees, edge-tool factory




STONE QUARRYING AND CUTTING.














10


Stonecutters .-


10
800


1


11
800


3

800




3
800


17


Emnlovees. marble works




TOBACCO.














18


Employees, cigar factory


80
810
878

11
7

22
122


10
78

4*

2

8
18


40
883
878

15
9

80
140


30
810
264

10

4
20
80


10
73

4*


40
883
264

14

4
20
80


19


ISinployees, cigar factories


20


Cigar makers -


21


Employees, cigar factory


22


Cicrar makers


28


Ciflrar makers.. ................... ..........


24


Cigar makers




WOOLEN AND WORSTED GOODS.














25


"Weavers


51
58


56

27


107
86


30"


48
12


48
42


26


Weavers






27


Drivers, ice company


82
220




82
220


12
150




12
160


28


Ice cutters



a Not reported.



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CHAPTEB II. — GENERAL TABLES.



389



Table I,— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.
OIASSACHIJSETTS-Coiitiiiaed.



STBIKKB8.


■MPLOTRB8 THROWN

OUT OF KMPLOYHEMT

BY 8TBIKE.


NEW EMPLOYEES AFTER
STRIKE.


WEEKLY WORK-
ING HOURS.


Mar-
ginal
nam*
ber.


Male.


Fem.


Total.


Male.


Fem.


Total.


Male.


Fem.


ToUl.


Brought

ftx>m

other

places.


Before
strike.


After
strike.


176

is'

85
11
40

20

153

12

835

86

8

32
841

8
800

80
810
264

10
4

20

80

12
150


225
42
21

■*'iio"


10
78

i'

,',

48
12


400
42
21
13

195
11
40

20

153

12

835

86

8

82
841

8
800

40
383
264

14
4

20

80

48
42

12

150


175

ii'

125
83
44

20

200

12

460

36

8

81
842

3
800

80
810
873

10

4

20
80

51
80

12
150


225
42
21

'*'260'
22

10
73

i'

*""*io'

56
12


400
42
21
31

876
55
44

20

200

12

460

86

8

81
842

8
800

40
383
878

14
4

20

90

107
42

12
150











60
60
60
60
60
60
60

84

60
60
60

60

60

60
54

53

60

48
48
48
48
48
48
54

60
60

60
60


60
60
60
60
60
60
60

84

60
60
60

60

59

60
54

63
60

48
48
48
48
48
48
64

60

60
60


1










2











8


2




2




4




5










6










7


20
25




20
25


15


8
9




10


6




6


6


11
12










13










14










15










16


i96




195


195


17
18


160

8
10

4


83
......


193
8
14

4




19


8


20
21




22




23


20




20


20


24
25










26










27


90




90




28



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390



REPOBT OF THE COMMISSIONEB OP LABOK.



TxBLB I.— STKIKE8, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— ContiiiTiod.
01AS8A€HC8BTT(i— Continiied.




87



1889.

BOOTS A3a> BHOBS.

Stitchers

Lasters

HoKay stitchers

Lasters

Stitchers

Lasters

Treers

Lasters

Lasters

Heel cutters

Yampers

Edge makers

Cutters

Lasters

Cutters ,

Lasters

Lasters

Machine oi>erators ,

Edge makers

Cutters

Heelers '.

Stitchers

Edge makers

Lasters

Edge trimmers

Employees

Cutters and lasters

Lasters

Employees

Lasters

Lasters

Lasters

Stitchers

Employees

Employees

Lasters

Bottomers, stitchers, etc.

Sole-leather cutters

Cotters

Hand sewers

Cutters

Edge makers

Lasters

Lasters

BUILDIKa TBADES.

Plasterers' tenders

Carpenters

Stone masona

Carpenters

Carpenters

Carpenters

Carpenters

Brlcklavers

Carpenters

Plasterers' tenders



North HanoTer.

Brookfleld

Beverly

Beverly

Lynn

HTolbrook

Holbrook

Brockton

Lynn

mford

Haverhill

Sidem

Lynn

Danvers

Lynn

Lynn

Whitman

Whitman

WhitmaB

Lynn

Worcester

Whitman

Salem

Avon

Randolph

Korth Adams...
North Adams. . .
Lynn

Westboro

Athol Center

Beverly

Pittsfleld

North Leomin-
ster.

Lynn

North Adams...

Danvers

Holbrook

Wobum

Lynn

Bandcdph

Lynn

East Weymouth

Whitman

Hopkinton

Lowell

Wobum

LoweU

Salem

Boston

Lawrence

Lowell

Lowell

Holbrook

Boston



Against redaction of wages of 10 per cent..

For restoration of wsges

Against reduction of wages of 20 per cent..

Against reduction of wages and ior recog-
nition of union.

Against reduction of wages ,

For increase of wages of 14.3 per cent

For increase of wages from $1.50 to $2 per
day.

For adoption of union scale

Against reduction of wages

Against reduction of wages and for regular
payment.

Against reduction of wages of 16.7 per cent.

For reinstatement of 5 discharged employees .

Against reduction of wages of 16.7 percent.

Against classification of work made by firm.

For change from piece to day work

Against introduction of machinery and re-
auction of wages.

For increase of wages and recognition of
union.

Against reduction of wages and for rein-
statement of dischargea employee.

Against reduction of wages

Against violation of union rules

For increase of wages of 4.2 per cent

Against reduction of wages

For adoption of new scale

Against reduction of wages of 9.5 per cent.

Agaiust employment of nonunion man

Against reduction of wages of 10 per cent. .

For adoption of new scale ,

Against introduction of machinery and ro-
auction of wages.

For increase of wages from $1 to $1.62 per
day.

For increase of wages

For increase of wages

For adoption of new scale

For restoration of wages..... •

For discharge of foreman

Against scale presented by State board of

arbitration.
Against reduction of wages of 4.8 per cent.
Against reduction of wages of 12 per cent. .

Against reduction of wages

For increase of wages

For increase of wages of 4.3 per cent

Against reduction of wages nrom $17 to $15

per week.

Against change Arom piece to day work

Against emplovment of 4 nonunion men —
For increase or wages of 6 per cent



Against change of hour for beginning work .
For reduction of hours from 10 to per day.
For reduction of hours from 10 to 9 per day.
For reduction of hours from 10 to 9 per day
For reduction of hours from 9 to 8 per day. ,
For redaction of hours and weekly payment
For reduction of hours from 10 to 9 per day
For reduction of hours from 10 to per day.
For reduction of hours from 10 to per day .
For increase of wages from $2.50 to $2.75



a Not reported.



per day.



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CHAPTBB II. — GENERAL TABLES.



391



Table !•— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.
lHAS8ACmJSBTT» - <Contiiiued.



Ordered
by
labor
organi-
zation.



E8TABL1SH'
MENTS

nnroLTED.



C'oied.



Not
closed.



Begin-
ning.



8TRXKEB8 BBEMPLOTED

OB PLACES FILLED

BTOTHBES.



Data.



Days to
date.



Suc-
ceeded.



EMPLOYEES'—



"Wage
I088.



Assist-
ance.



Loss of

em-
ployers.



Mar-
ginal
nnm-
ber.



No..
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.

Yes.
Yes.
No..

Yes.
No..
No..

No..
Yes.
No..
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.



Yes..



Yes.

Yes.
Yes.
No..
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.

Yes.

Yes.
Yes.

No..
No..



Yes...
Yes...



Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.



Yes.
Yes.
Yes.



Yes..
Yes..
Yes..
Yes..
Yes..
Yes..
Yes..
Yes..
No...
Yes..



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