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

TO 1905-Continued.

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1903--Concluded. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and employment of certain persons.. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and working conditions and rules.... Concerning employment of certain per

sons (a)...
Concerning employees working out of regu-

lar occupation....
Concerning overtime work and pay
Concerning method and time of payment.
Concerning Saturday part holiday..
Concerning docking, fines, and charges.
Concerning working conditions and rules (a).
In sympathy with strikers and employees

locked out, elsewhere (6) Other causes ().

Total (d)

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231 233

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1904.

7,884

1, 411

For increase of wages..

116 149 192 82 423 7,553 For increase of wages and reduction of hours. 8

2 100

111 1,036 1, 101 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules..

1
1

1
50

50 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules and Saturday part holiday (e).. 1

36 10 244 290 3,973 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

3,973 and other causes..

1

1
1
30

30 For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules (1)

3

430

1 431 1,160 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

1,419 nition of union and union rules, employment of certain persons, and working conditions and rules, and other causes (O)...

8

8 1,579 For increase of wages, and concerning over

1,579 time work and pay

1
1

1 325 325 For increase of wages, and concerning method and time of payment.

1

1

1 250 250 For increase of wages, and concerning Saturday part holiday.

30

23
53 450

450 For increase of wages, and other causes.

2

7

9 967 1, 267 Against reduction of wages.

22
19

2
11

32

1,044
Against reduction of wages, and concerning
working conditions and rules (a).

1
1

1
20

29 For reduction of hours.

16 30

10
12

52 1,340
For reduction of hours, and concerning recog-
nition of union and union rules (h).

3

2
3

8 118 118 For reduction of hours, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, and overtime work and pay.

1

14
14 131

138 Against increase of hours.

3 23 97

120
10, 427

18,926 Concerning recognition of union and union rules (1)

349 254
1 269 524

58, 209 Concerning recognition of union and union rules and employment of certain persons.. 1

1
1
8

10 Concerning recognition of union and union rules, and other causes....

1
1

1
42

42 a Not involving union rules. o Including strike of March 10, 1903, New Jersey.

c Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Pennsylvania, and 1 strike, part of general strike extending into New Jersey.

d See notes to details.
< Including strike of May 2, 1904, New Jersey.
1 Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 12, 1904, Ohio.
9 Including strike of May 18, 1904, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
A Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into New Jersey.

& Including strike of May 16, 1904, New Jersey, and i strike, part of general strike extending into New

2,263

3

57, 449

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

TO 1905-Continued.

NEW YORK-Continued.

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1904-Concluded. Concerning employment of certain persons (a)

20 11

20 Concerning employees working out of regular

1, 232 1,846 occupation...

3

32

32 Concerning overtime work and pay.

1

7 55

55 Concerning method and time of payment..

1 700 700 Concerning Saturday part holiday..

1 25

25 Concerning working conditions and rules (a). 5

68 69

366

378 In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere (b).

33
13

1 70 84 Other causes.

3, 415

3,916 37 39

123 162 1,447 1,567 Total (c)..

637

617 848 966 2, 431 95,224 107,993 1905. For increase of wages..

126 284 63 174 521 For increase of wages, against reduction of

13,552

15,486 wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules...

1

1
1 76

76 For increase of wages and reduction of hours. 12 464 14 158 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

636 10,211

14,186 and concerning recognition of union and union rules..

1
13

13 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

1,800 1,800 and concerning recognition of union and union rules and Saturday part holiday.... 1

11

11 481 481 For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules.

10 7

11

18 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules and Satur-
day part holiday....

1
22

22

235 For increase of wages, and concerning em

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

1

1
1
90

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

1
1
45

55 For increase of wages, and concerning method and time of payment..

1 24

1

25 154 For increase of wages, and conceming docking, fines, and charges..

2

2 180 180 For increase of wages, and concerning working conditions and rules (a).

1

1

1 150 450 For increase of wages, and other causes.

1

1 50

53 Against reduction of wages..

19 30

9

40 Against reduction of wages and increase of

1,084 1,144 hours.

28 28 450 Against reduction of wages, and concerning

450 employment of certain persons (@).

1

1 165 For reduction of hours (d).

1,200 12 € 29

€ 4 85 For reduction of hours, and concerning over

2,795 3, 452 time work and pay.

1

1

1 50 50 Against increase of hours.

2

2
2

26 Concerning recognition of union and union rules (1)..

337 9 280 91 9108

424 13,594 Concerning recognition of union and union

14,745 rules and employment of certain persons..

1
1

2
29

39 Concerning recognition of union and union rules and working conditions and rules.... 1

21
19 40 70

70 Concerning employment of certain persons (a)...

20
6

14 20 1,134 2,083 a Not involving union rules. b Including strike of September 22, 1904, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. c See notes to details. d Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States. e Not including 50 establishments in which strike was pending December 31, 1905.

1 Including strike of August 10, 1905, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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

TO 1905—Continued.

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For increase of wages (d)

65 88 195 43

326
6, 485

7,748 For increase of wages, and against reduction of wages...

1

1
1
8

8 For increase of wages and reduction of hours 13

35
24

7

66 2,879 2,992 For increase of wages and reduction of liours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules (C)

8
1

1 138 140 1,030 1,790 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning working conditions and
rules (1).....

1
1
1 25

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

10
14
21
12

47 1,162 1,280 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

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

2

19 135 135 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, and other
causes.

1
2

1
3

53
For increase of wages and employment of cer-
tain persons (1).

1
1

2
77

77 For increase of wages, and concerning overtime work and pay

3
3
3 82

88 For increase of wages, and concerning method and time of payment.

1
6

6

108 For increase of wages, and concerning docking, fines, and charges..

1

1
1
15

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

1

1
1
30

110 For increase of wages, and other causes ().. 2

5
152

159

11,080 Against reduction of wages (h).

13
10
1
19 770

802 For reduction of hours ().

12
31

10 105 146 6,704 7,615 Concerning recognition of union and union rules (1).

30
24

8
52

84 11,770 Concerning recognition of union and union

rules, and employment of certain persons, and other causes....

1

3

3 90 a Strike included in general strike of August 2, 1903, Minnesota. o Part of general strike extending throughout the United States. • See notes to details. d Including strikes of April 18, 1901, Pennsylvania, and June 3, 1901, Kentucky. < Including strike of April 22, 1901, Kentucky. f Not involving union rules. o Including strike of February 27, 1901, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February, 4, 1901, Pennsylvania. i Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States. i Including strike of June 29, 1901, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

1, 277 1

16,581

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

TO 1905—Continued.

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6,376

489

201

2,125

40

58

100

47

268

For increase of wages (d).

66 219 43 46 308 For increase of wages and reduction of hours

8
24 10

37 482 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules.

2
2
25

2 29 191
For increase of wages, and concerning recog-
nition of union and union rules.

6
1
34
11

46 1,387 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules and employment of certain persons.

1
1

1

40
For increase of wages, and concerning em-
ployment of certain persons (a)..

1
1

1

53 For increase of wages, and concerning employees working out of regular occupation.. 1

1

50 For increase of wages, concerning employees

working out of regular occupations, and concerning working conditions and

rules (C).... For increase of wages, and concerning over

time work and pay and method and time
of payment.

1
6

6 47
For increase of wages, and concerning dock-
ing, fines, and charges..

1
1

1 153
For increase of wages, and in sympathy with
strikers and locked out employees else-
where.

1

1
1

22 Against reduction of wages.

8

7

8 326
Against reduction of wages, and concerning
employment of certain persons (a).

1
1

1

7 For reduction of hours...

11
22
57

4

S3 2, 747 For reduction of hours, and concerning recog

nition of union and unjon rules and over-
time work and pay

2
2 12

4

18 831 Against increase of hours.

1
1

1 32
Concerning recognition of union and union
rules ()..

34 14

9
48

71 1,982
Concerning recognition of union and union
rules and employment of certain persons...

1
1

1

76
Concerning employment of certain per-
sons (0)

12
2

10

12 896
Concerning employees working out of regu-
lar occupation

2
1

1
2

88
Concerning method and time of payment
and working conditions and rules (a).

1

1
1

33
a Not involving union rules.
o Strike included in general strike of February 21, 1901, New York.
c See notes to details.
a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of October 20, 1902, Illinois.
e Strike included in general strike of July 21, 1902, New York.

22 571

10 3,237

865 96

2, 307

309

1,519

110

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