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TABLE IX.-STRIKES FOR E..CH STATE, BY YEARS AND CAUSES, 1901

TO 1905–Continued.

CALIFORNIA-Continued.

Year and cause.

Establishments in
which strike

Total
Strikes.

estab-
Suc-
Suc-

lish-
ceeded.

ceeded Failed. ments.
partly.

EinStrik (ployees

thrown ers.

out of work.

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1901--Concluded.
For increase of wages, and concerning recog-

nition of union and union rules..
Against reduction of wages.
For reduction of hours (a).
For reduction of hours, and concerning rec-

ognition of union and union rules Concerning recognition of union and union

rules. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and overtime work and pay Concerning employment of certain persons (0) Concerning overtime work and pay Concerning method and time of payment.. Concerning docking, fines, and charges. Concerning working conditions and rules (0). In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere (c)

Total (d)

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For increase of wages (e)
For increase of wages and reduction of hours.
For increase of wages and reduction ours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules and employment of certain

persons.. For increase of wages, and concerning rocog

nition of union and union rules. For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules and employmnent of certain persons. For increase of wages, and concerning em

ployment of certain persons ()..... For increase of wages, and concerning em

ployees working out of regular occupation

and working conditions and rules (1). For increase of wages, and concerning work

ing conditions and rules (6)... For reduction of hours.. For reduction of hours, and concerning rec

ognition of union and union rules, and other causes.. For reduction of hours, and concerning over

time work and pay Concerning recognition of union and union

rules.. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and working conditions and rules. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules, and other causes Concerning employment oferrtain persons(6) Concerning overtime work and pay. In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere. Total (d)........

1903.

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3. 925 1,923

2

933

For increase of wages..

21 54

8
19

3. 473 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours. 3 28

1

3 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours,

1,923
and concerning recognition of union and
union rules..

3
S

933
a Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States.
0 Not involving union rules.
c Not including 1 strike included in general strike of January 4, 1901, Illinois.
d See notes to details.
(Not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 7, 1902, Illinois.

TABLE IX.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND CAUSES, 1901

TO 1905-Continued.

CALIFORNIA-Continued.

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Establishments in
which strike- Total

Em-
Strikes.

estab- Strik- ployees
Suc-

lish

thrown Suc

ers.
ceeded Failed. ments.

out of
ceeded.
partly.

work.

321

2,518

65

25 1,390

518

2,109

2, 289
286

169

55 279

59 142

185 320

3, 442

350

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1903—Continued. Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours, and other causes..

1

8

321 For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules (a)..

12

18 28 39 85 For increase of wages, and concerning work

2,427 ing conditions and rules ()....

49 For increase of wages, and other causes

2.
2

25 Against reduction of wages..

1
4

5 For reduction of hours..

1,140
34
1
6

41 518
For reduction of hours, and concerning rec-
ognition of union and union rules...

5
1
12

17 Concerning recognition of union and union

2,067 rules..

34 94

63 197 Concerning employment of certain persons(b)

2,170 5

5 264
Concerning employees working out of regu-
lar occupation.

1
3

3 169 Concerning overtime work and pay.

1

1
1

55 Concerning Saturday part holiday.

1

8

279 Concerning docking, fines, and charges and working conditions and rules (6)

1

8

8 59 Concerning working conditions and rules (6). 1

20 20 142 In sympathy with strikrrs and employees locked out, elsewhere

6 185 Other causes..

1
1

1 320 Total (@)..

104 240 100 194 534 16,519
1904.
For increase of wages.

11
1
1
46

48 For increase of wages and reduction of hours.

2, 631 1

1

42 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning working conditions and rules (0).

1

1
1

8
For increase of wages, and concerning recog-
nition of union and union rules.

5
16

24

40 244 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, and other causes..

1

1

1 90
For increase of wages, and concerning over-
time work and pay.

1
36

36 For increase of wages, and concerning work

1,160 ing conditions and rules (6).

1
2

2 26 Against reduction of wages..

1

2 46 Against reduction of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules..

1

1
1

35 For reduction of hours.....

3
1

29 30 172
For reduction of hours, and concerning rec-
ognition of union and union rules.

1

1
1

98
Concerning recognition of union and union
rules (C)..

21 50

45 95 Concerning recognition of union and union

1,144 rules and working conditions and rules.

2

41

41 278 Concerning working conditions and rules (a). 7

8

2

10 446 In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere.

5

11 11 134 Other causes.

1

1
1

25 Total (d)..

63 76 40 205 321 6, 579 1905. For increase of wages.

7 43

23 86 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and union rules....

1

1 a Including strike of June 23, 1903, Arizona, Oregon, and Washington. Not involving union rules.

Not including 1 st rike included in general strike of May 9, 1904, Kansas.

247

150

1,160

26
46

35 178

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TABLE IX.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND CAUSES, 1901

TO 1905—Continued.

CALIFORNIA-Concluded.

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Employees thrown out of work.

50

80 12 27 749

1905-Concluded. Forincrease of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules and over

time work and pay.
For increase of wages, and concerning Satur-

day part holiday....
For increase of wages and other causes.
Against reduction of wages.
For reduction of hours (a).
For reduction of hours, and concerning rec-

ognition of union and union rules.. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules. Concerning working conditions and rules (b). In sympathy with strikers and employees

locked out, elsewhere. Other causes.

Total (a)......

Total, 1901-1905 (C)

160

436 97

167 18

2,385 60, 783

COLORADO.

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2,255

140

500

2,200

215

20 192 85

22

258

1901. For increase of wages..

14 30 84 99 213 2,180 For increase of wages and reduction of hours. 2

3

1

4

140 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and union rules..

1

3

7 300 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules, employment of certain per-
sons, and method and time of payment.... 1

35 2, 200
For increase of wages, and concerning recog-
nition of union and union rules..

1

17
17

215 For increase of wages, and concerning em

ployment of certain persons(b) and overtime work and pay.

1

1 Against reduction of wages..

3

1
4

6 192 For reduction of hours.

2

6 85 For reduction of hours, and concerning recognition of union and union rules (@)

1

22 Concerning recognition of union and union rules..

6

7

9 248
Concerning employment of certain per-
sons (6)

3
5

2

7 330 Concerning employment of certain persons (6) and method and time of payment.

75 Concerning method and time of payment..

1

38 Concerning docking, fines, and charges.

2

91
In sympathy with strikers and employees
locked out, elsewhere (d).

2
30 32

622 Other causes..

1

1
1

10
Total (C).....

46 53 125 165 343 6,768 1902. For increase of wages (e).

10

8
11

53 72 779 For increase of wages and reduction of hours. 2

27

27 155 For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules (1).

1

3
3

60
a Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States.
o Not involving union rules.
c See notes to details.
d Not including 1 strike included in general strike of January 4, 1901, Illinois.
e Not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 7, 1902, Illinois.

330

75 38 146

812 20

7,308

818 155 60

TABLE LX.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND CAUSES, 1901

TO 1905—Continued.

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TABLE IX.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND CAUSES, 1901

TO 1905—Continued.

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2,340

107

200

18 1.245 6,179

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1901. For increase of wages... For increase of wages and reduction of hours. For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and union rules.. For increase of wages, and concerning work

ing conditions and rules ("). Against reduction of wages. For reduction of hours (a). Concerning recognition of union and union

rules. Concerning employment of certain per

sons (6) Concerning employment of certain per

sons (0) and overtime work and pay. Concerning method and time of payment. Concerning method and time of payment,

and other causes... Concerning docking, fines, and charges. Concerning working conditions and rules (6) In sympathy with strikers and employees

locked out, elsewhere.. Other causes.....

Total (d) ......

229

75 75

175 110 562

115

129 11,568

a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of May 9, 1904, Kansas.
o Not involving union rules.
c See notes to details.

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