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6T0. Eggert. O.

571. Hackbarth. E.

572. Sebmldt. O.

573. Skibek. G.

WEST BEND

574. Bauer. H.

575. Scfalegel. G.



WEST SALEM

676. Gllbertson, G.

WEYAUWEGA

677. LiTcrmore & Son

WHITEWATER

578. Callahan. J.

579. Johnson A Callahan

580. Harris & Peardon
881. Sachs. Mrs. A.

WILLIAMS BAT
682. Caulkins & Son

WITHEE
588. Jailing. J. (b)

WONEWOg
684. Roach. G. (b)



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TABLE II.-NUMBEB OP ESTABLISHMENTS AND ORDERS BY CITIES.



City.



Milwaukee ....

Suprrlor

Racine

0§hko8h

La Crosse ....

Madison

Sheboygan

Green Bay ...
Eau Claire ...
Pond till Lac

.\ppleton

KfnoHha

Marinette

Ashland

Wausaii

Jancsvllle

Beloit

Manitowoc ...



-I-



Number
ol estab-
lishments
Inspected.



-I-



N umber

ol
orders.



Number
of recom-
mendations.



1 110G-Oe| 1903-10 1«)6-(»|1008-10 1906-OS



422


471


420


23


21


54


17


15


38


22


37


2-»





18


14


13


22


14


18


17


13


14


22


14


8


8


11


12


14


9


15


13


11


24


Itt


40


9


14


5


5


5


5


1 8


9


8


i 15


10


12


1 ^1


12


24


11


9


18



Preceding cities

Rest of state | 241



Total I 904



217
8
23
16
13
84
7
17
7
12



53
12

3
18
13
15

9




533
9
25



14
23

8
15

7
21
26

8

6
13
24
11
11



1C08-10



1317
87
46
91
78
132
60
74
35
75
42
61
28
13
34
29
49
29



2228
712



2940



Total num-
ber of orderi
and recom-
mendations.



1903 06



96)
68
63
53
46
28
f9



66
13

11
21
36

25
29



1552
414



UO-10



1614
45
6)

107
91

168
67
91
42
87
4!

114
38
16
62
42
64
38



2781
013



3698



TABLE III.-ORDERS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ISSUED.



Nature of Order
and Recommendation.



Number.



Orders -



Whitewashing

Painting

Sanitation In general

New floor

New celling or wall

Papering

Cleaning utensils

New sink

Guarding machinery

New covens

Improving and enclosing wa

ter cio.sets

Toilet facilities

Plumbing

New windows

New doors

License

Other orders

Plastering

Stt'.'^rays



I



Total



-



134
11

82



77
8
8

92

108
27
13
24
4

83

103

7

1



128

40

172

41

16

1

82

5

5

46

42

8
33

6
19
98
10



758



Recommendations.
1906-190-J. 1908-1910.



244

19

107

37

8

3

134

4

11
174

87
35
18
24

8
18
173

7

1



1,107



1906-1908.



404

88
761
265

13

8

305

10

64
135

84
51
31
84
28
200
425
SO
4



2,940



TotaL



878
88

189

108
16
3

211
12
10

266

195
62
26
48
12
101
276
14
2



1.988



1908-1910.



512
128
983
806
29
9
3S7
15
6J
181

126

60

81

40

84

219

628

40

4



8,686



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TABLE IV.— ESTABLISHMENTS CLASSIFIED A<X}OBDING TO NUMBER OF EM-

PLOTE8.



i<8tabll8hment8 having


In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In State.




1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


190&-1OTO.


xjCss than two employes

t — 4 emplojres


54
64
16
6
6
276


262
133
19
9
16
38


108
109

21
8

11
225


811
176
26
8
IS
60


162

178

87

14

17

501


B78
30)


5— 9 employes


45


10 — 14 employes


11


15 and over..


20


Idle and not specified


88


Total


422


471


482


581


Wi


1,055







TABLE v.— ESTABLISHMENTS INSPECTEP CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO HOURS

OF LABOR.



Hoars of labor.


In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In State.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1906.


1908-1910.


Less than eight hours




2
7
13
105
85
31


6

4
31
94
29
18


S
16
28
116
56
25


6
8
36
144
50
46


5


Eight hours


4

5

50
30
28


22


Nine hours


39


Ten hours


221


Eleven hours


141


Twelve hours or more


5i


Total reported |

Not specified


117 1
305


243 1
228


181 (
301


241
343


298
606


4S4
671






Total


422


471


482


584


9M


1,055



TABLE VI.-ESTABLISHMENTS INSPECTED CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO SANI-
TARY CONDITIONS.





In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In State.




1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1010.


In good condition


80
257
95


73
847
24


92
825
20


60
477
28


172
582
64


182


In lair condition


824


In bid condition


52






Total reported


872
60


444

27


446
88


664
20


818
80


1.008
47


Not speclfide






Total


422


471


482


684


004


1,036





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LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS.



TABLE VII.— ESTABLISHMENTS APPLYING FOB A LICENSE CLASSIFIED AC
CORDING TO NUMBEB OP FEET BASEMENT IS BELOW THE SIDEWALK.



Feet basement Is below walk.


In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In state.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1906.


190^1910.


1906 1908.


1908-1910.


Less than 4


31
61
100
68
31
15
10


27
41
56
46
24
13
9


20
29
87
67
29
80
1


9
28

18
26
19
22

4


51
90
187
120
00
45
U


86


4—5


69


5—6


74


6—7


72


7—8


48


8 or more


86


Not reported


18






Total


• 1 311


1 216


203


126


i)14


&42



TABLE VIII. a.— ESTABLISHMENTS APPLYING FOE LICENSE CLASSIFIED AC-
CORDING TO THE NUMBEB OP WINDOWS IN BASEBfENT.



Classiflcatlon.


In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In State.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


lOOa-1908.


1906-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1 window

2 windows


2
23

19
35
80
40
85
22
15
80
10


8
18
17
25
16
20
10
15
12
52
23


10
44

31
44

24
15
7
9
4
16


5
88

18
83
IS
7
4
8
1
5
4

126


12
67
60
79
54
65
42
31
19
95
10


13
51


8 windows


B')


4 windows


56


5 windows


29


6 windows


27


7 windows


14


8 windows


18


9 windows


18


10 or more


57


Not speci fled


27








Total


311


216


208


514 i 342









TABLE VIII. b.-ESTABLISHMENTS APPLYING FOB LICENSE CLASSIFIED AC-
CORDING TO NUMBEB OF WINDOWS IN FIBST FLOOB.



Classification.


In Milwaukee.


Outside »


ilwaukee.


In State.


19O.J-1908. 1008-1910.


1906-1906.


1908-1910.


190&-1908.


1908-1910.


Less tiian 3 windows


25
23
46
27
30
36
35
33
32
16
95


28
28
23
25
16
16
26
17
19
15
49
1


76
66
99
09
40
36
17
17
13
10
27
4


49
81
42

80
28

9
12
10

7

2
12

4


101
89

146
96
70
72
52
60
46
26

122
4


77


3 windows


60


4 windows


65


5 windows


65


6 windows


80


7 windows


26


8 windows


88


9 windows


27


10 windows


26


11 windows


17


12 or more windows


61


Not soecifled


5








Total


398


263


474


231


872 1 494



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TABLE IX.—OLASSIFTING BASEMENTS AOOOEDING TO SIZE OP BASEMENT
USED (THE LOWEST CLASS WOULD CORRESPOND TO A BOOM 15X2UX8
FEET).



Size cubic feet..



1900-1W06. 1908-191O.



Less than 2,500,
2,500—4,999 ..
5,000— 7,49» ..
7,600-9,999 ..

10.000—12,499 ..

12,500—14,999 ..

16,000-17,499 ..

17,500—19,999 ..

20,000—22,499 ..

22.600 or more.

Not sped fled ...

Total ....



In Milwaukee.



OuUide Milwaukee.



5

60
79
61
38
17
17
6
S
15
10



Sll



21

a4

44

SS

14

9

6

5

1

6

41



216



1906-1908. 1908-1910



13
44
42
83
24
16

6
10

2
13



203



12

22

20

23

16

4

6

2

1

1

20



120



In State.



1906-1908. 190ft-ll>10



18

104

121

94

62

88

23

16

6

28

10



514



64
68
29
13
12
7
2

7
61



342



TABLE X. a.-ESTABLISHMENTS CLASSIFIED AS TO NUMBER OF BASEMENT

DOORS.



Classification.


In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In State.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


190&-1906.


1908-1910.


None


8
108
166
24


18
100
78
18
2


80
116

48
5
8


22

67

29

2

1


88
21»
214

29
8


40


1


167


2


107


8


16


4


8


5






6














7 or more














Not spedfled


10


5


1


5


11


10






Total


811


216


208


126


514


842







TABLE X. b.— ESTABLISHMENTS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO NUMBER OP
DOORS IN FIRST FLOOR.



Classification


In Milwaukee.


Outside IfUwaukee.


In State.


1906-1908.


1906-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


None














1


14
196
125

85

IS
5

10


21

122

68

24

17

6

2

8


55

238

118

48

19

9

2


21

127

51

26

8

1


69
429
238
78
32
14
12


42


3


249


8


119


4


60


5


20


6


7


7 or more


2


Not iDedfled


2


5












Total


896


268


474


281


872


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TABLE XI.-CON8TRUOTION OP BASEMENT FLOORS.



Oonstructed of


In Milwaukee.


Outside Milwaukee.


In State.


1906-1908.


1908-1910.


1906-1908.


19C8-1910.


1906-1908.


190^-1910.


Wood


153

85

62

8

8

6


96
77
27
5

8


64

95
2S

4
li

4


28
66
10

6
16

2


21T
180
84
7
17
9


126


Cement

Wood and cement


143
87


Brick


10


No floor


21


Not ipeclfled


5


Total


811


216


203


129


614


842



TABLE XII.-SHOWING WEEKLY HOURS OF LABOR IN RELATION TO NUMBER

OP EMPLOYEES.





Establishments Emplosrinff




















6 and






1.


2.


8. j 4.


6.


oyer. •


Total.


Hours per week.


t

:*


1


8'


1




^Z


1


1

.1 Si


1

«si


i


^t


«J




3


O


^M


•o5«


2


•omI 2


•OJM




•O-M


^




OB


sS'


1$


«3 g,2g, i


23




53| 1


23




"S 3

55


«






s ^1




3 {J 5 ^3 is =


S ^




3>


3 ►




H


Oa'


^


OS' S = ' a


Os


»


02 a


"a


;q


^2


ii




a


^1


a


a ai a, a


?)


a


»l a


a


0^








i




, HI ( , H-




•^


1 •"•




•^






44 or less


1

4

6

5

27



28

12


2




1

2
8
2

86
14
8
5


















1
4
8
6
77
71
68
23


8

18
19
4
Ul
63
25
18


4


45 49


1 r.'-'-'-


1
1

8
11

4
1


1
1




2
2
1
8
1
2








1
7


17


60—54


6
1
31
15
11
2


1

"19
25

18
8








27


56—59








10


eo— 64


12
12

4
5


6
8

1
1


2
2


5
2


16

4
2

1


10
9


188


65—69


124


70—74


78


75 and over ....




1


M












Total reported


109


75


71


71


20


35


10


16


4


8


28


86


218


241


m


Not floecifled


























228


343


{>71


























Total


1
...1


1


















471


684


1066


1




1


1




1





















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TABLE XIII.— SHOWING DAILY HOURS OP LABOR IN RELATION TO NUMBER

OP EMPLOYEES.





Establishmfnts Employing

1 r I 1 1






Hours per day.


1

03

a

1-4


Outside
Milwaukee.

In Milwaukee.


Outside
In Milwaukee.


J.

•3


si

3
1

a


1.




1



i

M

S

1

a


>.

II


6 a
ov

■ ■ ■

i

D

OB

a


nd

-J

11


Total.

^^1 1

i ^ .
1 ..\


TiPSfl tlian eiflfht


2
6
9
41


1
8
9
4r»


1
1


?

1
8
97


















2

7

13
105


S
15

2t5


5


Elffht hours


2

10

1 12

12

25


1

1

14


"h


2

2

7

X..

13








3
6
18


22


Nine hours ....






1
16

1


.'9


Ten hours


4

2
2

6


2


116i 2 1


Eleven hours


40 18 27| 17
40 18 271 17


12| 3
12 8

83 9


7. ^5


5f.
Gfl

241
313

5^


141


Eleven hours


2^ 1


7
35


85

213

228

471


141


Total reported ...
Not sDeelfled


1

113 90 d8




«2


8


22


4 4

571


Total
























- -


105 >































TABLE XIV.— SHOWING HOURS ON LONGEST WORKING DAY BY ESTABLISH-

MENTS.



Hours per day.


In Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In State.


Less than eight hours


3
S
8
68
66
44
25
11
15


3

12

25

111

52

25

7

2

4


6


Eight hours


15


Nine hours


SS


Ten hours


179


Eleven hours


117


Twelve hours


69


Thirteen hours


38


Fourteen hours


13


Fifteen hours or more


19






Total reported


243

228


241
343


484


Not sDeclfled


571






Total


471


664


1,06





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TABLE XV.— SHOWING ESTABLISHMENTS WORKING SUNDAYS IN ADDITION
TO PREPARING "SPONGE."



In Milwaukee

Outside Milwaukee



In the Btate.



II.


III.


IV.


V.


VI.


VII.






M












Ui








II




5 « «>

Hi


3.


II
P


>>

ki IB

r


»


9


'A


Is



961 27.16
Idj 20.63

3l! 21.44
J __





VTIL


IX.


X.


XI.


XII.


xm.


XIV.


XV.


XVI.




















Ip




















«-l





















MjM s






«


«A


»


n


«D





es






r-l p


M S


«5


^S


«g


<o3


-s


a


skS




o




O


o


O


o


O


P


w a.„




Xi


X3


.a


x:


x:


X3


x:


fc ^


In Milwaukee


I

1 n


2


4


13


14


14


i


24


18


Outside Milwaukee


\ »


9


2


4


3


a




16


3


In the state


20


11


6


17


17


17


a


40


16







TABLE XVI.— SHOWING ESTABLISHMENTS NOT BAKING ON SUNDAYS BUT IN
WHICH ONE BAKER PREPARES "SPONGE" FOR MONDAY'S BAKING.*







a


2

employees.


. 1

I


1


i

■f




In Milwaukee


70
66


9S

1 "


49
47


25
20


e

i


5
2


6

15


2H


Outside Milwaukee


282






In the state


136


171

1


96


45


10


7


21


4S6






r



• Note.— Employees usually prepare Sunday sponge In rotation. Thos, lor Instance,
In a shop having three employees, each prepares the sponge for Monday's baking onee
In 3 weeks.



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TABLE XVII.— SHOWING HOURS AT WHICH WORK BEGINS WHEN NIGHT
WORK IS INVOLVED.





In
Milwaukee.

t


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


1 p. M


2

1

2

2

6

7

5

12

21

28

70

80

16

8

2

16


2

2

19

14
26
19
28
24
22


4


2 P. M


8


3 P. M


4


4 P. M


7


5 P. M


12


6 P. M


20


7 P. M


10


8 P. M


16


9 P. M


28


10 P. M


87


11 P.M


84


Midnigbt


106


1 A. M


35


2 A. M


81


3 A. M


2d


In shIltB ,


87






Total


277


183


460







TABLE XVIII.— SHOWING POWER USED.





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Mnwaukee.


lu
SUte.


Steam


1

28
47


9
20

111


10


Gas


48


Electricity


158






Total


76


140


216







TABLE XrX.-SHOWING NUMBER OF MACHINES
SATISFACTORILY.


AND THOSE


GUARDED




In
Milwaukee.


Outside
MUwaukee.


IB

State.


Number of machines


160
96


206
ISO


446


Guarded satisfactorily


288







TABLE XX.— SHOWING KINDS OF OVENS USED.





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
MUwaukee.


In
Stote.


Furnace brick


67
222
20
87
6


187
48

127
27
17


IM


German brick


2n>


Metal


147


Patent

Kitchen range


64

28






Total


842


8S6


606







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TABLE XXI.—CLASSIPYING BAKERIES AOCOBDING TO OUTPUT.'





in
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


Bread


299

293

285

8

3

16
16


367
326
308
8
7
118
148


66fi


Cakes


619


Pleg


593


Crackers ■


. 6


Cones


10


Ice cream "


134


Confections


164







* Each bakery Is counted once for each class of goods made by It.



TABLE XXII.— SHOWING RETAIL AND WHOLESALE BUSINESS.*





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


Retail


301
136


853
196


654


Wholesale


334







* Bakeries doing both retail and wholesale business are counted twice.



TABLE XXIII.— SHOWING LOCATION OF WORK-BOOMS.





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


Basement


192

142

5


107

85r

26


290


First floor


498


Second floor


81






Total


339


489


82S







TABLE XXIV.— SHOWING HEIGHT OP WORKROOMS.





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


7 ft. or less


S3

53

182

113


18

86

96

299


61


7 ft. to 8 ft. 11 in


89


8 ft. to 8 ft. 11 in


228
412


9 ft. or over







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TABLE XXV.-SHOWINQ SANITARY CONDITION OP CEILING AND WALLS.



In •
Milwaukee.



Oatoide
Milwaukee.



In
State.



Good
Pair .
Poor



61
240
29



90

2M

29



151
444

68



TABLE XXVI.— SHOWING SANITARY CONDITION OP PLOOBS.





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


Good


79
98
20


110
297
88


189


Pair


S95


Poor


68







TABLE XXVII.-SHOWING -CONSTRUCTION OP PLOOBS.



In
Milwaukee.



Outaide
Milwaukee.



In
State.



Pine

Hardwood
Cement . . .



89
2S5



47
263

85



r08
137



TABLE XXVIII.-RELATING TO LIGHT AND VENTILATION.



In
Milwaukee.



Outside
Milwaukee.



In
State.



Adequate light
Presb air



909
315



*402
426



711
741



TABLE XXIX.-RELATING TO SEWERS.





In

Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In

State.


VentUated -

Non-ventilated


287
22
16


82

272
116


819

894


No Mwer


188







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TABLE XXX.— RELATING TO CLOSETS.





In
Milwaukee.


Outfllde
Milwaukee.


In
Stale.


Water closet .-...•


295

83

200

9


287
202

m

14


582


Privy


2S>


Natural yentllatlon

Mechanical Tentllatloa


2e7
28



TABLE XXXL-RELATING TO TOILET


FACILITIES.




Number havlns


In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


Wash basin


3
807
315

2


17

368

88

14


SO


Wash sink


G75


Towels


39S


Unclean . :


16







TABLE XXXII.-BELATING TO THE STORING OP RAW MATERIAL.





In
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


In basement


191
157
70
24

28


136
846
28
80
85


327


In first fioor


503


On second floor


96


Storage unsatisfactory


54


Containers not covered


63







TABLE XXXIII.— COVERING MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.



In
Milwaukee.



Outside
Bfllwaukee.



In
State.



Garments of workmen unclean

Otherwise unsatisfactory

Utensils unsatisfactory

Use of tobacco:

Smoking

Chewing

Vermin:

Rats

Mice ;....

Roaches



1
2
11

14
2

10

8

18



5
18
20

85
3

8
7
20



6
15
81

49
5

18
10
88



TABLE XXXIV.-SHOWING CHANGES DURING 1908-lPlO.





in
Milwaukee.


Outside
Milwaukee.


In
State.


Established 1908-1910


40
28


S

1


lOS


Discontinued 1908-1910


8B


Reopened 1908-1910


1









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PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE BAKERT LAW.

During the two years ending Oct. 81, 1911, 22 prosecutions werf brought for violations
of the bakery law; 13 persons were found guilty and a tine of $20 or more Imposed;
three were found guilty, discontinued In the operation of bakeries, and were dismissed
upon payment of costs; one plead "nolo contendere*' after a jury had been selected to
try him, and case was dismissed upon pasrment of costs; he also went out of business
shortly after. Two cases were dismissed, the matter having been carried to the
supreme court by an injunction: one case was dismissed upon payment of costs, and In
two cases persons were found not guilty. " Of the 22 cases brought into court, eleven
were In Milwaukee, three In Kenosha, two in Belolt, three in Superior, one in Janesville,
one in Rice Lake and one in Menomonle.

The constitutionality of the bakery law was questioned, an Injunction was obtained
restraining the commissioner of labor and bakery inspector from enforcing the same
against a certain bakery. The supreme court held the clause requiring the floor of »
bakery to be not more than five feet below the level of the street to be constitutional
and reasonable.

All cases, except two referring to depth of basement, were brought because sanitary
conditions In the establishments were unsatisfactory, vermin being the principal com-
plaint In eleven cases; water closets, general indifference to cleanliness or filthy hablt«
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TABLE I.— NUMBER OF POSITIONS REPORTED AS PILLED, 1906—1910.



Classfflcation.


All offices.


Milwaukee.


Superior.


La OroMe.


Oshkosh.


Males:
1906


8.468
13,866
14,688
13,188
12,091
20,502


3,604
6,898
5,645
4,194
3,772
6,136


3.293
4,871
6,970
6,201
6.096
11,267


1,125
1,471
1.718
1.593
1,234
1,777


441


1006


1.125
1,805
1,14*


1907


1908


1909


989


1910


1,4!2




Total, six years

Females:
1905


82,672

2,687
8,467
2,884
3,022
3,374
8,260


30,139

1,115
1,267
992
1,077
1,166
1,112


87,198

718
992
618
6*2
930
914


8.918

516
644

t86

'681

612

t06


6,417
293


1906


6(4


1907


639


1908

1900

1910


642
666
628






Total, six years


18,650


6,729


4,845


8,544


3,632



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TABLE II.— NUMBER OP POSITIONS BEPORTKD AS FILLED. BY SEX AND OCCUPA-
TION GROUPS— ALL OFFICES. 1909 AND 1910.



Occupation groups.



1909.



i






M


u




p


O




1


1




S


CO





1910.



Males:

Agents, clerks, salesmen, etc

Hand trades— Carpenters, black-
smiths, etc

Macbin'sts, molders, engineers,
boilermakers, ete

Factory operatives

Farm hands

Laborers

Teamsters, truckmen, etc

Cooks, dishwashers, choremen,
etc I

Office boys, elevator operators,
messengers

All others



All males



73


6


113


2n


30


91





1


600


61


2,ao;


6,426


122


84


115

AH


64

90



90



3,772



Females:
Bookkeepers, stenographers and

clerks

Chambermaids, cooks, waiters,

dishwashers, etc

Domestics and housekeepers i

Factory girls

Nurses and attendants I

Scrubwomen and washwomen .... I
All others



9

104

1
61
108
hl3
CD

15

1

53



6,006 1,234



All females



Total males and females.... 4,938| 7.0261 1,846



I
670' 288;
245; 614

fcO' I

151 1

101 1221

46l 5

I



150

2:^1

64

11

102

42



1,166 9301



612



14



7

56

]()3

647

16



10.1
3/3
36
44
79
21



1,665



102'

55:

120,
192

832 1

9,393

290

I93I

113|
290,



70

121

(>4
87
4.>4
4,^69
191



12.091 6,136



"1

1.213

1,38.'>

170

70'

406
114,

I



727
140
56
18
113
47



3,374 1 1.112



22
10
71
10.831
111



75



11,267



315
466



3
119



914



15,466j 7,248.12,181



i3 o

I 1

5 g



12

122

3

82

l.'iOl
1.249

83!

i

\

8



I

21 110

73I 403

25 114

250 4 9

109 7F4
{06|17,7i4

29; 414

14 307



861
501



196



1,777| 1,412.10,682



.1



24<



88



139'
2l7|
W

81
1071

451



82 1.2 3
8261 1.149

Ml



37
101



196
6i
440
106



606| (2^ 8.260



2,383 2,040'28,852



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TABLE III.— MILWAUKEE OFFICE— 62 WEEKS ENDING JUNE 26. 1909.



Classification of positions.


Ifumber of
applications filled.


No. of

positions

filled.


Number of
applications onflUed.


For em-
ployment.


For help.


For em-
ployment.


For help.


Males:

Ai>Drentico8


4

1

2

21

11

24

3

2

1

3

2

1

1

7

1

65

1

7

23

17

1

2

3

33

2

1

1

19

16

20

2

6

2

77

600

12

4

f

2

15

21

2,625

1,999
1

\

2
5
24

1

I

19
2
6

4
28

1
2

1
1


5

1
1

21
8

24
3
2


4

1

1
21

8
24

1
2




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