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

TO 1905—Continued.

OHIO-Continued.

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Establishments in
which strike Total

Em-
Year and cause.
Strikes.

estab- Strik- ployees
Suc-
Suc-

lish

thrown

ers. ceeded Failed. ments.

out of ceeded. partly.

work. 1902–Concluded. Concerning Saturday part holiday..

7 160 160 Concerning docking, fines, and charges.

1

2 410 415 Concerning working conditions and rules (a) 12

2

7 14 553 1,150 In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere (6)

8
1

39 40 434 733 Other causes ().

2 6 2

6 265 342 Total (d)...

190 308 200 190 698 15,709 21, 643 1903. For increase of wages (C)..

92 224 298 113 635 For increase of wages and reduction of hours.

9, 412

17,022

16 26 29 26 81 475 675 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and union rules ()...

1

28 29 135 262 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules and overtime work and pay... 2

2 10 12 432
For increase of wages and reduction of hours,
and concerning recognition of union and
union rules and Saturday part holiday (9). 1

5

5 110 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

170 nition of union and union rules..

16

25 68 110 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

1,978 1,998 nition of union and union rules and employment of certain persons....

1

1
1 20

25 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

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

1 67

67 586

588 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, and other causes (h)..

32

32 673 717 For increase of wages, and concerning employment of certain persons (a).....

1
1
2 43

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

1
9

9 22

22 For increase of wages, and other causes (1)..

27 76

104 Against reduction of wages (1)...

1,354

1,354 7 6 5 11

382 Against reduction of wages, and concerning employment of certain persons (C)..

1

1
30

30 For reduction of hours...

19
4

3 26 551 For reduction of hours, and concerning

1, 125 recognition of union and union rules....

209 212 For reduction of hours, and concerning recognition of union and union rules, and overtime work and pay...

1
10

10 117 117 For reduction of hours, and concerning overtime work and pay..

1 i

40

40 Against increase of hours.

1
1
6

6 Concerning recognition of union and union rules (R).

56 31 10 52 93 Concerning recognition of union and union

4, 275 6,875 rules and employment of certain persons..

1
1
1

107 107 Concerning employment of certain persons (a) 30

8

22 30 Concerning employmentof certain persons (a)

1,506 1,975 and employees working out of regular occupation

1

1

54 129 Concerning employment of certain persons() and Saturday part holiday..

1

1 69 69 o Not involving union rules. b Including strikes of April 23, 1902, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and May 8, 1902, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

c Not including 1 st rike included in general strike of September 22, 1902, Pennsylvania. d See notes to details.

e Including strike of April 1, 1903, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Penr.sylvania, and Wisconsin, and 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Kentucky. s Not including 1 strike included in general strike of September 28, 1903, Illinois. 9 Including strike of May 7, 1903, Kentucky. n Including strike of January 7, 1903, Kentucky. i Including strike of April 1, 1903, Kentucky.

Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 1, 1903, Pennsylvania. * Including strike of September 14, 1963, Minnesota, but not including 2 strikes included in general

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TO 1905-Continued.

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a Not involving union rules. o See notes to details. c Including strike of April 1, 1904, Kentucky; but not including 1 strike included in general strike of March 12, 1904, Virginia.

d Including strike of April 12, 1904, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

e Including strike of January 1, 1904, Kentucky.

f Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Kentucky, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 1, 1904, Pennsylvania.

o Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 3, 1904, Pennsylvania. A Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Pennsylvania.

Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of May 5, 1904, Pennsylvania, and September 22,

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

TO 1905-Continued.

OHIO-Concluded.

Year and cause.

Establishments in
which strike-

Total

estab-
Strikes.

Suc-
Suc-

lish-
ceeded Failed. ments.
ceeded.

partly.

Strik-
ers.

Employees thrown out of work.

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1905.
For increase of wages (a).
For increase of wages and reduction of hours.
Forincrease 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 (b). For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, and over

time work and pay... For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules, and Saturday part holiday... For increase of wages, and concerning over

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

day part holiday..
Against reduction of wages ()
For reduction of hours.
For reduction of hours, and concerning

recognition of union and union rules... For reduction of hours, and concerning over

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

rules (e) Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and overtime work and pay. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules and working conditions and rules. Concerning employment of certain persons (0) Concerning employment of certain persons (0)

overtime work and pay, and Saturday
part holiday...
Concerning employees working out of regu-

lar occupation..
Concerning overtime work and pay.
Concerning method and time of payment..
Concerning Saturday part holiday.
Concerning working conditions and rules (1).
In sympathy with strikers and employees

locked out, elsewhere Other causes

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a Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Pennsylvania, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of May 1, 1905, Pennsylvania.

b Including strikes of April 1 and April 4, 1905, Kentucky. e Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 13, 1905, West Virginia. d Not including 18 establishments in which strike was pending December 31, 1:05. « Including strike of October 30, 1905, Indiana, but not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of May 5, 1905, Virginia, and August 10, 1905, New York. Not involving union rules.

TABLE IX.-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.
For reduction of hours (C)..
Concerning recognition of union and union
rules..
Total (b)......

1902.
For increase of wages...
For increase of wages and reduction of hours.
For increase of wages, and concerning recog-

nition of union and union rules..
For reduction of hours, and concerning

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

rules.. Concerning employment of certain persons() Concerning method and time of payment.. In sympathy with strikers and employees locked out, elsewhere.

Total.......

a Strike included in general strike of March 25, 1903, Missouri.
O See notes to details.
c Strike included in general strike of August 1, 1904, Missouri.
Not including 1 strike included in general strike of May 9, 1904, Kansas.

Part of general strike extending throughout the l'nited States.
1 Not including 2 establishments in which strike vas pending December 31, 1905.

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

TO 1905-Continued.

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1901. For increase of wages ()..

118

95 35 130 260 For increase of wages and reduction of hours.

13,950 22, 429 7 1 36

3

40 450 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

472 and concerning recognition of union and union rules.

1

1,380 Foriocrease of wages and reduction of hours,

2,120 and concerning recognition of union and union rules and overtime work and pay ().

1

3 274 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

461 and concerning recogaition of union and union rules, overtime work and pay, and method and time of payment.

1

1

5 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

2,025 2,350 nition of union and union rules..

7
17

1

13 31 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

1,057

1,285 nition of union and union rules and employment of certain persons.

1
1

1 380 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

550 nition of union and union rules and method and time of payment....

4

4 For increase of wages, and concerning em

3,000 3,100 ployment of certain persons (o).

1

1 132 132 For increase of wages, and concerning em

ployment of certain persons (6) and work-
ing conditions and rules (b).

1
1

1 123 620 For increase of wages, and concerning overtime work and pay....

35

35 a Strike included in general strike of June 23, 1903, California. o Not involving union rules. c See notes to details, d Strike included in general strike of August 2, 1905, Minnesota.

e Including strikes of September 2 and December 2, 1901, Maryland, but not including 1 st rike included in general strike of April 18, 1901, Ohio.

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