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Albany..^..

Albanv

Now York...
New York...
Brooklyn....

Albany

New York —
Now York...
Amsterdam..

Lonff Island City

Laurel HIU

Brooklyn

New York . . .

Albany

Kondout.....

New York...
New York...
Brooklyn ....

Newburg

New York...



Jamestown .
Utica



Rochester .



New York .
New York .



Albany

New York .
Yonkers...
New York .



Syracuse -
Beth page .



New York .



New York .
New York .



New York .
New York .
New York.



For increase of wages

For increase of wages

For reduction of hours from 50 to 53 per week.

Against employment of nonunion men

For Saturday half holiday

For increase of wages

Against employment of nonunion men

For re<hiction of hours from 10 to 9 per dav.
For red uc tion of hours f rom 00 to 85 i)er week .
For reduction of hours from 90 to 85 per week .

For recognition of union

For reinstatement of discharged employee. .
Forreduction of hours from 90 to 85 i>er week .

For increase of wages

For increase of wages of 10 per cent

Against fines for imperfect work

For adoption of union rules

For privilege of working full time

For reduction of hours from 90 to 85 per week
For reinstatement of discharged employee..
For increase of wages and recognition of

union.
For reduction of hours from 90 to 85 per week
For reduction of hours from 90 to 85 per week
For increase of wages

Against reduction of wages from $3 to $2.50

l>er week.
For increase of wages



For adoption of union rules and union scale.

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

Against apprentices doing journeymen's
work.

For reinstatemen t of 2 discharged employees
Against uso of material from nonunion es-
tablishment.

For adoption of union rules

Against employment of nonunion men

For reinstatemen t of 5 discharged employees
Against employment of nonunion men



For increase of wages from $1.50 to $1.67

per dav.
For discliarge of foreman



For increase of wages from $3 to $3.50 per

day.
Against employnient of nonunion men.



To enforce payment of dues, fines, etc., by
delinquent members of unions or for their
discharge.

For recognition of union

For payment of wages overdue

For payment of wages overdue



a Not reported.

b Succeeded partly in 2 establishments ; failed in 17.



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CHAPTER II. — aENERAL TABLES.



667



Tabim I.— strikes, by STATES, TEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.



xes...
Ko




1

i"

i'

1

i'

1


Yes...




Yes...
No....


. 1


No....
No


1


Yes...




Yes...
Yes...

Yes...


1
1


Ycs...




Yes...
Yee...
No....


3

12
1


No....
Yes...

No


1
1


i'

i*

1


Yes...
Yea...


1


Yes...




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


1
■ 1

1




No....




1


Yea...


15


Yes...




1


Yes...


1


No




1

1
1


Yes...




Yes...




Yes...




6

i'


Yes...
Yes


1


Yea...


1


No....


1




No....




1


Yes...


11


8


Yes...




1
1


Yes. .





Yes...
Yea...
Yes...


1
1
1





JtlMJ 10

May 16
May 16
May 16
May 23
May 23
May 26
May 30
Jane 1
June 15
June 15
July 8
Jnly 10
July 11
July 11

July 18
Aug. 13
Aug. 13
Aug. 15
Aug. 22
Aug. 23

Aug. 30
Sept. 1
Nov. 14

Doc 13

Dec. 15



Feb. 13
June 8

Nor. 1



Feb. 4
Mar. 10

Apr. 6
Nov. 1
Nov. 26
Deo. 17



May 15

Aug. 8

Jan. 2

Jan. 14
Jan. 16



Jan. 30
Feb. 13
Mar. 1



juny IT, umi
May 19, 1887
May 26, 1887
May 19, 1887
May 25, 1887
May 24. 1867
May 30. 1887
Juno 6,1887
June 6,1887
June 18, 1887
Juno 22, 1887
July 11, 1887
July 20,1887
July 12, 1887
July 12,1887

July 2$, 1887
Aug. 25, 1887
Aug. 29, 1887
Sept. 14, 1887
Aug. 24, 1887
Sept. 1,1887

Sept. 2,1887
Sept. 15, 1887
Nov. 28, 1887

Doc. 19,1887

Dec. 20,1887



May 1,1888
June 15, 1888

Jan. 18,1889



Mar. 19, 1888
Mar. 12, 1888

June 2,1888
Dec. 1,1888
Nov. 29, 1888
Jan. 2, 1889



May 18. 1088
Aug. 12. 1888

Feb. 8,1888

Jan. 15,1888
Feb. 1,1888



Feb. 6,1888

(e)
Mar. 15, 1888



2
3


xes...
Partly


10


No....


3


No....


2


No....


1


Yes...


4


No....


7


No....


5


No....


3


No....


7


Yes...


8


Yes...


5


No....


1


Yes...


1


Yea...


7


No....


12


No....


16


No..-.


80


No....


2


No....


9


No....


3


No...-


14


No....


14


No....


6


No....


2


Yes...


78


No....


7


Yes...


78


No....


44


Partiy


2


No....


57


No....


83


Yee...


8


Yee...


16


Yes...


1


Yes...


4


No....


27


(b)


1


No....


16


Yes...


7


Yes...


(e)


No....


14


No..-.



pr/o

366

1«200

125

65

200

18

560

120

30

180

25

03

2,049



675

8,800

4,524

360

100

1,600

25
120
860

45

1,800



10,000
2,500

5,000



54
189

9,794

1,275

88

1,725



60

170

9,232

210
700



193
220
420





$150*

200


















rio'


300
25
600










55

1,800






350'


10,000

6,000

303


80




800

10

80

250




85




700
450


5,000

3,060
600

2,000
200




20
20

4,000
240


65,000
1.000


1,725


3,000






300


3,360

20
100

200
10
25


75
40





e Establisbment closed permanently.



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668



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OP LABOR.



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



Mar.
giual
iinm>
ber.



OCCUPATIONS.



■MPLOTBB6 BEFOBR
STRIKE.



Male.



Fern.



Total.



KMPLOTEBS FOK WHOM

STBIKU WAS DIVDEB-

TAKEN.



Male.



Pern.



Total.



ISSr-Conduded.
MISCELLANEOUS — ooDclnded.



Employees, cement works

Employees, o»'nient works

Lumber handlers, Inmber yard.

Laborers, cemetery

Employees, fireworks factory..

Employees, cement works

Laborers, ooal yard

Lumber handlers, lumber yard.

Barber

Barbers.



1
2
3

4
5

7

8

9
10

11 ! Cartmen. coal yard

13 ) Lumber liaudlers, Inmber yard

18 -^ '

14

15

16

17

18

10



87



Barbers.

Employees, ice companf ea

Employees, bninh and broom factory. .

Employees, oilcloth factory

Employees, chemical works

Laborers, chemical works

Barbers

Lumber handlers, lumber yard

Qnarrymen, cement works

Barber

Barbers

Bniidlers, kindling-wood works

Washers, plasterworks

Drivers and stable men, livery stables.



18N8.



BOOTS AND SHOES.



Employees.
Employees.
Cutters



Maltsters..

Coopers

Employees.
Employees.
Drivers....
Employees.



Briokmakers.
Laborers



BriTJ)lNQ TRADES.



steam pipe and boiler felters.

Painters

Painters

Masons and laborers

Painters and vamishers

Yamishers



225

00

150

25

66

150

11

65

1

2

55

11

9

1,200

170

70

185

823

8

43

260

1

7

25
42
630



78
175
174



40
220
171
18
25
85



40



226
70
17
15
15
14



66
125
132



225

70

160

25

112

150

11

66

1

2

55

12

9

,209

170

70

185



44

260

1

7

25

42



144
800
306



40
220
171
18
25
85



125

52

75

20

20

150

2

48

1

2

15

1



,148

20

25

40

174

8

1

100

1

7

17

18

520



2

7

158

17
5

35



117
60
12
9
8
14



65



125

52

76

20

20

150

2

48

1

2

15

1



1,148

20

25

40

174

8

1

100

1

7

17

18

520



125

1
25



2

7
158
17

5
35



19
23



117
60
13
9



a Kot reported.



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CHAPTER II. GENERAL TABLES.



669



Tablb !•— strikes, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.
NBIV YOKK— Continaed.



fiTBIKKBS.


BMPLOTEB8 THROWN

OUT OF BMPLOYMBNT

BY8TBIKS.


NBW EMPLOYEES AFTEB
8TBIKB.


INO HOURS.


Mar-


Male.


Fern.


Total.


Male.


Fern.


Total.


Male.


Fern.


Total.


Brought

from

other

places.


Before
■trike.


After
strike.


Dom*
ber.


126
53

75

20

20

150

4

47

1

2

15

5

9

1,148

170

25

40

174

8

12

100

1

7

17

18

520

55

175
20

2

7

158

17
5

35

19
23

117
60
12
15
8
14




20
125


125

52

75

20

20

150

4

47

1

2

15

5

9

1.148

170

25

40

174

8

12

100

1

7

17

18

520

75
800
20

2

7

158

17

5
35

19
23

117
60
12
15
8
14


125

52

75

20

20

150

4

63

1

2

15

5

9

1,148

170

60

186

174

8

12

100

1

7

24

18

620

76
176
20

2

7

158

17
5

35

40
23

182
60
12
15
8
14


65
125

.......


125
52
75
20
20

150
4
63

15

1.148

170

60

185

174

8

12

100

1

7

24

18

520

140

800

20

2

7

158

17
5

86

40
23

182
60
12
16
8
14










60
60
59
60
59
60
60
60
90
90
60
60
90
60
60

77
72
90
60
60
90
90
60
58
84

58
60
59

60
60
00
60
60
60

59
60

63
53
63
• 63
53
53


60
60
59
60
59
60
60
60
90
90
60
60
90
60
60

77
72
90
60
60
90
90
60
58
84

58
00
59

60
00
00
60
60
00

59
60

53
53
53
63

(6)
53














10


I 10






























4
5
1
2





4
5
1
2






5

1








1
2




1
. 2






2






;;:::::::::






5

140

130

8

12

50

1




5

140

130

8

12

50

1






100


19


4
40


20
21
22




23










24










25


21

10
8
9

1
7


8


21

18
8
9

1
7




26


5


27
28


2


29

80




81




32


::::::t::: :::






88


5
35




5
35




84


20


86
86




49
4




6

49

4


6


37
38




39




40


J 1




41


1 1




42


;;;_j; i




43



b Establishment closed permanently.



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€70



REPORT OP THE COMMISSIONER OP LABOR.



Table !•— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continned.
NKW TORK—Contfaraed.



Mmt-

gteal
Bmn-
ber.



0CCUPAT10X8



CAUSE OB OBJECT



1888— Ck>iitinaed.
BUiLDcro TBADES — continued.



Painters

Tramera

Stair builden

Framers

Painters

Painters and deeoratort

Painters and paper hangers.
Plumbers



Carpenters .



Brooklyn . .
New York.
Lonf Island Citj Against employment of nonunion men



Against omploymt^nt of nonunion men..
For adoption of union scale.



BnMMclyn .
NewYoric.
Rochester .

Troy

Brooklyn..



Bricklayers and hod carriers .

Bricklayers

Framers

Carpenters and framers

Framers



Poughksepsie ..



Newbar«

Mount Vernon..

New York

Brooklyn

Brooklyn



Carpenters [ New York

Paper hangers and varaiskers . New York

Painters New York

Lathers ' Mount Yemon.

Poughkeepsie .

New York



Hod carriers.
Yamishers ..

Hod carriers.

Painters

Employees...



Brooklyn . .
Brooklyn . .
New York .

Hod carriers Brooklyn..

Carpenters | New York .

Hod carriers ' Troy

Plumbers t Troy



Carpenters

Plasterers and hod carriers. . .
Painters



Carpenters .
Plasterers . .
Painters —
Framers . . . .



Painters .



Painters .
Painters.



Painters ,

Paper hangers .
Koofers, metal.

Employees 1

Painters

Painters

Painters

Lathers

Carpenters ....



Framers....

Framers

Plumbers...
Bricklayers.
Lathers



Painters .
Painters .



Troy

New York .
Brooklyn . .

New York.
New York.
New York .
Brooklyn . .

Now York .

New York .
New York .

New York .

New York .
New York .
Now York .
New York .
New York .
New York .
Now York.
New York .

Brooklyn . .
Brooklyn . .
New York .
Now York.
New York .

Brooklyn . .
Troy



For payment cc wages overdue .

For inoreaso of wages and reduction of hours

For reduction of hours from 10 to 9 per day.

For increase of wages

For increase of wages from $3 to $3.50 per

day.
For increase of wages from $2.25 to $2.50

per day.

For inorease of wages

For increase of wagon and reduction of hours .
For adoption of union rules and union scale.
For reduction of hours from 59 to 53 per week .

Against employment of nonunion men

For increase ox wages fh>m $3.25 to $3.50

per day.

For payment of wages overdue

For payment of wages overdue

For Inereoee of wages and reduction of hours .

Against emplovmeo t of nonunion men

For increase of wages from $2.75 to $3 per

day.

In sympathy with strike elsewhere

In sjTnpathy with strike elsewhere

For increase of wages from $3.20 to $3.50

per day.

For increaso of wages

Against reduction of wages from $3.50 to

$3.25 per dar.
For inorease of wages and reduction of hours .
Against increatse of hours from 48 to 5t per

week.

For increase of wages

For discharge of nonunion foreman

Against reduction oi wages firom $2.25 to $2

per day.

For adoption of union mios

For increase of wages

Against emplojment of nonunion men

Against employees being allowed to work

at other than their regular trades.
For iacreaso of wages from $3 to $3.50 per

day.

For payment of wages overdue

For increase of wages from $3 to $3.50 per

day.
For increase of wages from $3 to $3.50 per

day-

For payment of wages arerdue

For adoption of union apprenticeship rules . .

In sympathy with strike elsewhere

Against employment of nonunion men

In sympathy with strike elsewhere

Against employment of nonunion men

For adoption of union rules

For increase of wages from $3.25 to $3..*^

per day.

Against employment of nonunion men

For paymen t or wages overdue

In sympathy with strike elsewhere

For payment of wages overdue

For increase of wages from $3.50 to $4 per

day.

Against employment of nonunion men

For increase of wages from $2 to $2.50 per

day.



a Succeeded in 40 establishments; failed in 2.



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CHAPTER IL— OBNEEAL TABLES.



671



Tablb I.— STEIKES, by STATES, YEAES, AND INDUSTRIES - €ontin«ed.
nUBW YOI



Orddrod

by

labor

organ!



ClflMd.



Not
closed.



Begin-
ning.



ST&IXESS RSBMPLOTED

OB PLACES FILLED

BYOTHEBS.



Date.



Days

to
date.



Suc-
ceeded.



EMPLOYEES —



"Wage
losa.



Assist-
%noe.



Loss of

em-
ployers.



Kar.
ginal
nam-
ber.



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

Yes..

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

Yea..
Yes..
No...
Yes..
Yes..



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

Yes...
Yee...

Yea...
Yes...

Yes...

No.?!.

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

Yes...

Yes...
Yea...

Yea...

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



Yes.
Yes.
Yes-
Yes.
Yea.

Yes.
No..



U



12



12



20



Mar. 2
Mar. 10
Mar. 12
Mar. 25
Mar. 28
Mar. 29
Apr. 1
Apr. 2

Apr. 2

Apr. 2

Apr. 2

Apr. 2

Apr. 8

Apr. 4

Apr. 9

Apr. 9
Apr. 9
Apr. 9
Apr. 11
Apr. 12

Apr. 13
Apr. 16
Apr. 27

Mar 1
Maj 1



Maj

May

MiV
May

May

May
May
May
May V

May 15

May 19
May 23

May 29

June 1
June 6
June 5
June
June 8
June 9
June 11
June 12

June 15
June 18
June 19
Juno 20
June 20

June 21
Jane 25



Mar. 4,1888
Mar. 17, 1888
Mar. 19, 1888
Mar. 27. 1888
Apr. U, 1888
Apr. 1,1888
Apr. 16, 1888
Apr. 5,1888

Apr. 6,1888

Apr. 12, 1888
Apr. 14, 1888
Apr. 30, 1888
Apr. 13, 1888
Apr. 5,1888
Apr. U, 1888

Apr. 12, 1888
Apr. 12. 1888
Apr. 23, 1888
Apr. 12. 1888
Apr. 13, 1888

Apr. 17, 1888
May 7,1868
MAy 11,1888

May 3,U88
May 3,1888

Jane 1,1886
June 12, 1888

July 1,1888
May 0,1888
May 9,1888

May 14, 1888
May 15, 1888
May 20, 1888
May 13, 1888

May 17, 1888

May 22,1888
May 24,1888

May 31,1888

Jana 4,1868
June 9,1888
June 15, 1888
June 25, 1888
Juno 11, 1888
June 11, 1888
June 13, 1888
June 13, 1888

June 16, 1888
June 23, 1888
June 20, 1888
June 23. 1888
June 25, 1888

June 28, 1888
July 9,1888



No....
No....
Yea...
Yes...

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

Yes...

Partly
Partly
Yes...
Yes...
Yes...
Yes...

Yes...
Yes...
ParUy
No....
Yes...

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

Yes...
Yes...

Partly
No....

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

Yes...
Yes...

(*)
Yes...

No....

Yes...
Yes...

Yes...

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

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

No....
No....



M I
550
250

2,411
443

3,816



887

2,500
2,000 '



9,041 I
M <
70

74

158

320

10

14

215

630

3,579



900
3,800

20,500
322
700

105

8,840

434

104



105
51



27

235

524

832

32

42

1,900



172

320

12

63

210



♦2,200
88



80

419

00

4,350



100



1,086



aoo

1,008
800

725
15



18



1,400
3,000



1,000



7,500
•0
25



40



10
200



100



2,500



300
1,000



10
11
12
13
14
15

16
17
18
19
20

21
22
23

24
25

26

27

28
29
30

31
32
33
34



37

38

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

47
48
49
50
51

52
53



h Succeeded in 1 establishment; failed in 1.



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672



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF LABOR.



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



Mar-
ginal
num-
ber.



OOOUPATIONS.



1 888— Con tinned.
BUILDING TBADBS— oontinned.



Painters

Pramer*

Stair builders

Pramers

Paintem

Painters and decorators

Painters and paper hangers

Plumbers

Carpenters

Bricklayers and hod carriers. . .

Bricklayers

Fraraers

Carpenters and framers

Framers

Carp(mt«rs

Paper hangers and vamishers.

Painters

Lathers

Hod carriers

Vamishers

Hod carriers

Painters

Employees

Hoa carriers

Carpenters

Hon carriers

Plambers

Carpenters

Plasterers and hod carriers —

Painters

Carpenters

Plasterers

Painters

Framers

Painters

Painters

Painters

Painters

Paper hangers

Boofers. metal

Employees

Pain ters

Painters

Painters

Lathers

Carpenters

Framers

Framers

Plambers

Bricklayers

Lathers

Painters

Painters



70
52

427
52

247
54

108

136
90
12

190
40
10
8
15
8
31

100
18
46

800

205
14

180
67

300
62

300
10

262

21

16

25

10

17

23

2

23

64

6

4

8

265

80

73

20

6

6

15

6

10

a Not reported.



BMPLOTEBS BEFOBB
8TRIKB.



Male.



Fern.



Total.



35
22
70
52

427
52

247
54

108

136
90
12

190
40
10
8
15
8
31

100
18
46

800

205
14

180
67

300
62

300
10

262

21

16

25

10

17

23

2

23

64

6

4

8

265

30

73

20

6

6

15

6

10



BMPLOTESS FOB WHOM

8TBIKB WAS UNOBB-

TAKBK.



Male.



Fem.



2

22

50

52

402

47 ;,

151 i
27 '
93 V
95
90
12 I
175 !
28
10 !
8 !
15
8
8
5
(a)
(a)
100
111
14
180
45
280
40
300
10
188
14
8
6
10
17
23
2
19
(a)

4

(a)

6

265

30

53

20

15
3
2



(a)



(a)



(a)



(a)



Total.



2

22

60

52

402

47

151

27

93

95

90

13

175

28

10

8

15

8

8

5

(«)

(a)

100

111

14

180

45

280

40

800

10

188

14

8

6

. 10

17

23

2

19

(a)

4

(a)

6

265

30

53

2(

(«)

3

15

3

2



Digitized by VjOOQ iC



CHAPTEB n. GENERAL TABLES.



673



Tablb I.— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDUSTRIES— Continued.
NBHF ITOKK— Ck>ntiB«ed.



BTRIKSB8.


BMPLOTBBS THROWN

OUT or BMPLOTMSNT

BT BTBIKX.


NBW BMPLOTBBS AVTBB
BTBIKB.


WBBKLT WORK-
INO HOURS.


Mai^

ginal
num-
ber.


Male.


Fern.


Total.


Male.


Fern.


Total.




Fern.


Total.


Broaght

from

other

places.


Before
strike.


After
strike.


2

22

50

40

402

41

151

27

93

95

90

12

175

28

10

8

15

8

8

5

9

10

170

111

14

180

45

280

48

80O

10

188

14

8

6

10

17

28

2

19

49

4

3

6

265



20
8
8

15
8
2




2

22

60

40

402

41

151

27

03

95

90

12

175

28

10

8

15

8

8

5

9

10

170

111

14

180

45

280

48

300

10

188

14

8

6

10

17

23

2

19

49

4

3

6

265

30

53

20

3

3

15

3

2


2
22

70

52

402

46

241

54

93

136

90

12

100

28

10

8

15

8

8

5

18

10

209

205

14

180

45

280

62

300

10

188

14

8

6

10

17

23

2

19

64

4

3

6

265

30

53

20

6

6

15

8

10


V.V.'.V.


2
22

70

52

402

46

241

54

93

136

90

12

190

28

10

8

15

8

8

5

18

10

209

205

14

180

45

280

62

800

10

188

14

8

6

10

17

28

2

19

64

4

3

6

266

30

53

20

6

6

15

3

10


2




2




53
53
53
53
56
60
48
58
60
54
60
53
59
53
48
51
53
59
60
53
53
53
54
53
53
60
48
48
53
53
53
53
53
58
53
53
53
53
48
53
53
53
53
53
63
63
63
53
53
53
53
53
48


53
54
48
53
60
53
53
53
53
53
48
51
53
53
60
53
53
53
64
53
53
54
54
54
53
58
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
48
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
54


X




2


2




2




a




4


6
11




6
11




5


6


«

7
8





























10










11










12










18


5




5




14




15










16










17










18










19










20










21


10
100




10
100




22




23




24










25











26


10
50




10
50


6
38


27
28

29


10




10




30




81


21
5




21
5




83




33




84


6




6




85




36










37










88










89










40


2
2




2
2




41




42




43


8




8




44




45










46


4




4




47




48










49










50










51


8




3




52




58



22



Digitized byCjOOQlC



674



REPORT OF THE COKMOS&iCaffER OF LABOR.



TjLDhE JU— STRIKES, BY STATES, YEARS, AND INDU8I«IE6-OoiitiiM»d.



Mar-
gin Hi
niun*
bor.



0CCUPAT10II8.



CAU8B OB OBJECT.



1

2

3

' 4

6
6

7

S
9
10

n

12
JZ
14
15
16
17
18



21
22
28
24
2&



27
28


8D
81
82
83

M
85
86
87
88
89
40
41
42
48
U
45

46

47



1H88— ConUnned.
BUILDING TBADB8— condnded.



Bricklayeni.

Painters

Painters....
Fnuuers »« .



Painters

BrioklajerB.
Pramers.^..



Btaiploton ..
Brooklyn..
Now York -
New York.

Now York.
Now York .
Brooklyn . .



For reduction of honrs from 50Jto£3 per week.

Against employment of nonnnion men

Against employment of nonunion



Framers-

Framers

Framers, painters, andplomb-
ers.

Roofers, metal

Framers

Framers .»

Painters...

Fruners .^

Painters and paper bangers. .

Framers

Painters and decorators



HodcarrieEB.



Brooklyn .
Brookl



New



Itlyn

York



Brooklyn ....
New York...
New York...
New York...

Brooklyn

Syracose

Brooklyn....
Booheeter ...



Carpenters and stair l>nildors.

Painters

Bricklayers and cari>enters...

Framers...

Roofiers, metal and slate

Framers.—^



Painters.



SjTacuse......

LonglslandCity
Now York...

Cohooe •.

Brooklyn. ..»
New York...
Brooklyn.......

New York .—.. -



Bricklayers and hod carriers.. TTtica

Carpenters -.' New York.

Painters and decorators 1 Rochester .

Painters... New York.

Laborers -.•! Brooklyn..

Painters. .« ; Brooklyn..

Painters New York.



New York ^
New York .
Brooklyn . .
Brooklyn . .
New York .
New York .
New York .
New York .
New York.
BrooUyn ..
New York .
New York .



Painters

Carpenters.

Lauiers....

Carpenters and framers.

Framers....

Painters

Bricklayers

Tamishers »

Framers. —

Framers

Bricklayers

Framers. »



Painters New York -



Framers

48 I Bricklayers

40 Can>enters

50 MaHons and laborers. ,

51 Carpenters

52 Framers

53 Bricklayers

54 Laborers

56 Plasterers

56 Framers'.

57 I Framers



I



New York .
RochoRter .
Brooklyn . .
New York .
Brooklyn ..
New York .
New York .
New York .
New York .
Brooklyn . .
Brooklyn . .



Affainst employment of nonnnhm men and
for payment of wages overdue.

Against employment of nonunion men

For payment or wages overdue . . .—

For incroaae of wages £rom $3 to $3.25 per
day.

Against employment of nonunion men......

In sympathy with strike elsewhere.

In syn^pathy with strike elsewhere

Against employment of nonunion men......

For payment of wages ©verdue^.

For payment of wages everdue....^

For payment of wages overdue ,

For payment of wages overdue



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