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

TO 1905—Continued.

MASSACHUSETTS–Continued.

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1903—Concluded.
For increase of wages, and concerning work-
ing conditions and rules (a).

1
1

1
12

12 For increase of wages, and other causes

1

1
1

25 375 Against reduction of wages.

10
2

9

11 394 434 Against reduction of wages, and other causes. 1

1
1
17

17 For reduction of hours.

15 10. 12

6

28 647 702 For reduction of hours, and concerning recognition of union and union rules..

1
1

1 60 For reduction of hours, and concerning rec

ognition of union and union rules and overtime work and pay..

1

1

1 160 160 For reduction of hours, and concerning overtime work and pay..

1
2

2

96 For reduction of hours, and concerning Saturday part holiday..

1

36
36 300

300 Against increase of hours..

1

1
1
30

30 Against increase of hours, and concerning employment of certain persons (a).

1
16

16 55

55 Concerning recognition of union and union rules..

40 40

37 77 Concerning recognition of union and union

1,930 2,524 rules, employment of certain persons, and working conditions and rules

1
1

1
35

43 Concerning employment of certain persons (@)

16
6

10

16 530 Concerning employees working out of regu

1,505 lar occupation..

3
1
2

92

150 Concerning overtime work and pay.

3
1

1

3 213 231 Concerning method and time of payment.

1

1
2
51

59 Concerning Saturday part holiday.

1

2
3
10

10 Concerning docking, fines, and charges.

1
1
20

30 Concerning working conditions and rules (a).

3

183 In sympathy with strikers and employees

940 locked out, elsewhere....

2

2
2 85

85 Other causes..

2

9

11 184 294 Total (b)...

229 359 146 382 887 34,610 45,854 1904. For increase of wages.

44 180 10 278 468 4,935 For increase of wages and reduction of

5,344 hours (C)..

5
28

47 75 744 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

1,372 and concerning recognition of union and union rules..

6 15 26 66

107 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

1,450 1, 464 nition of union and union rules.

1

5 45

45 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, employment of certain persons, and working con

ditions and rules, and other causes (d) For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules and overtime work and pay....

1

8
1

9 46 58 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules and Saturday part holiday...

1

2
2 20

20 For increase of wages, and concerning overtime work and pay ....

3
11

6 17 275 275 For increase of wages, and concerning docking, fines, and charges.

1
1

1 250 250 For increase of wages, and other causes

1

1

1 20 160 Against reduction of wages...

17
3

49 52 24,885 25,756 Against reduction of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules..

1

2
2
99

99 a Not involving union rules.

Not including 1 strike included in general strike of September 28, 1903, Illinois.
cIncluding 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Connecticut and Rhode Island.
d Strike included in general strike of May 18, 1904, New York.

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

TO 1905—(ontinued.

MASSACHUSETTS Coneluded.

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a Not involving union rules.
b See notes to details.
e Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States.
d Not including 19 establishments in which strike was pending December 31, 1905.

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

TO 1905-Continued.

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For increase of wages..
For increase of wages and reduction of

hours (a).
For increase of wages, and concerning rec-

ognition of union and union rules and

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

ognition of union and union rules and

overtime work and pay. For reduction of hours, and concerning over

time work and pay. Against increase of hours. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules (C).
Concerning employment of certain per-

sons (d)
Concerning Saturday part holiday,
Concerning working conditions and rules (d).
In sympathy with strikers and employees

locked out, elsewhere Other causes..

97

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For increase of wages.
For increase of wages, and against reduction

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 reduction of hours,

and concerning overtime work and pay... For increase of wages, and concerning rec

ognition of union and union rules.. For increase of wages, and concerning Sat

urday part holiday. Against reduction of wages.. Against reduction of wages, and concerning

employment of certain persons (d) For reduction of hours. For reduction of hours, and concerning rec

ognition of union and union rules and over

time work and pay..
For reduction of hours and other causes.....
Against increase of hours.
Concerning recognition of union and union

rules.
Concerning employment of certain per-

sons (d) Concerning employees working out of regu

lar occupation. Concerning working conditions and rules (d). In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere (1)

Total(i).......

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a Including 2 strikes, parts of general strike extending throughout the United States.

Strike included in general strike of February 27, 1901, Ohio. c Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

d Not involving union rules. . See notes to details.

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

TO 1905—(ontinued.

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a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 1, 1903, Ohio.
b Not involving union rules.
c Strike included in general strike of April 15, 1903, Wisconsin.
d Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 27, 1903, New York.
e See notes to details.
| Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 12, 1904, Ohio.

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

TO 1905—Continued.

MICHIGAN--Concluded.

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4,739

585

For increase of wages...
Forincrease 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 recog

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

nition of union and union rules, and other causes. For increase of wages, and concerning work

ing conditions and rules (b). Against reduction of wages. Against reduction of wages, and concerning

recognition of union and union rules.... For reduction of hours (C). Concerning recognition of union and union

rules..
Concerning employment of certain persons (0)
Concerning method and time of payment and

Saturday part holiday..
Concerning working conditions and rules ().

Total().....

Total, 1901-1905 (e.)

228 193

339 220

7,548

MINNESOTA.

1901.

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For increase of wages..
Forincrease 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 recog-

nition of union and union rules.
For increase of wages, and other causes (/).
Against reduction of wages..
For reduction of hours (c)
Concerning recognition of union and union

rules.
Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and employment of certain persons. Concerning employment of certain persons (6) Concerning employees working out of regular

occupation... Concerning overtime work and In sympathy with strikers and employees

locked out, elsewhere Other causes.

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a Not including 4 establishments in which strike was pending August, 1906.
b Not involving union rules.
c Part of general strike extending throughout the United States.
& Not including 46 establishments in which strike was pending December 31, 1905.
e See notes to details.

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