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

TO 1905–Continued.

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For increase of wages, and concerning Satur

day part holiday..
For increase of wages, and concerning dock-
ing, fines, and charges..
For increase of wages, and concerning work-

ing conditions and rules (a).
For increase of wages, and other causes (b).
Against reduction of wages ()
Against reduction of wages, and concerning

method and time of payment.
For reduction of hours (d).
For reduction of hours, and concerning recog-

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

ployment of certain persons (a) (C). For reduction of hours, and concerning over

time work and pay For reduction of hours, and concerning

method and time of payment Against increase of hours. Concerning recognition of union and union

rules !).. 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 persons(a) Concerning employment of certain persons(a)

and method and time of payment. Concerning employment of certain per

sons, (a) docking, fines, and charges, and

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

and other causes.
Concerning employees working out of regular

occupation...
Concerning overtime work and pay.
Concerning method and time of payment..
Concerning docking, fines, and charges..
Concerning docking, fines, and charges, and

other causes (9).
Concerning working conditions and rules (a).
In sympathy with strikers and employees

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

Total (h).

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1902.

2,366

11

6

For increase of wages.

118 414 198

64 676 24,553 34, 176 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours. 14

96

24 162 1,883 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules..

1
357

357 147, 651

147, 651 For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules (i)..

25

19

1,805 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

1,858 nition of union and union rules and employment of certain persons..

1

1
1
24

24 a Not involving union rules

Strike included in general strike of February 27, 1901, Ohio. e Including strike of February 4, 1901, Ohio.

d Including strike of May 7, 1901, New York, and 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the l'nited States,

e Including strike of May 4, 1901, New Jersey and New York,

1 Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, and Wisconsin

g Strike included in general strike of February 21, 1901, New York. I See notes to details.

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

TO 1905—Continued.

PENNSYLVANIA

Continued.

Year and cause.

Establishments in
which strike

Total
Strikes.

estab-Strik-
Suc-
Suc-

lish- ers.
ceeded Failed. ments.
ceeded.

partly.

Employees thrown out of work.

200

85

318

132

110

1,511

2,186

3,038

230

625

363 110

8, 973 5, 475

9,684

12, 209

1902-Concluded. For increase of wages, and concerning recog

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

1
13

1

200 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

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

1
5

5 85 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

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

1

318
For increase of wages, and concerning em-
ployruent of certain persons (?)..

2
2

2 121 For increase of wages, and concerning em

ployees working out of regular occupation,

and working conditions and rules (a) (b). For increase of wages, and concerning overtime work and pay..

2

1
1
2

64
For increase of wages, and concerning Satur-
day part holiday..

1
6

6 Against reduction of wages.

14
6

11

17 1.259 For reduction of hours.

20
91
24

14 129
For reduction of hours, and concerning rec-
ognition of union and union rules.

1

23 23 140
For reduction of hours, and concerning over-
time work and pay..

2
8
1
3

12 235
For reduction of hours, and concerning Sat-
urday part liday

1 150

150 303 Against increase of hours.

1
1

1

38
Concerning recognition of union and union
rules...

29
26

2 14 42 7,055 Concerning employment of certain persons(a) 17

3
1
19

23 3,715
Concerning employees working out of reg-
ular occupation.

4
12

5

17
Concerning employees working out of reg-
ular occupation, and other causes.

1
2

2

52 Concerning Saturday part holiday.

1

1
1

85 Concerning docking, fines, and charges.

1

1
1

56 Concerning working conditions and rules(a). 7

5

7 644
In sympathy with strikers and employees
locked out, elsewhere (C)...

5
5

1

6 Other causes (d).

11
9
5
4

18 1,849 Total (é).......

268 876 637 215 1,728 204,715 1903. For increase of wages (1).

120 333 282 390 1.005 17.690 For increase of wages and reduction of hours. 25 43 95 103

301 3,761 Forincrease of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules (9)..

6
18
6
4

28 459 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

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

1
18

18 260
For increase of wages, and concerning recog-
nition of union and union rules..

13
13
15
40

68 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

nition of union and union rules and Saturday part holiday

1

7
7

52
For increase of wages, and concerning em-
ployment of certain persons (a)

8

14 22 003 For increase of wages, and concerning employees working out of regular occupation. 1

1

1

22
For increase of wages, and concerning Satur-
day part holiday.

1
9

9 50
a Not involving union rules.

Strike included in general strike of July 21, 1902, New York,
c Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of April 23 and May 8, 1902, Ohio.
d Including strike of September 22, 182, Indiana and Ohio.
¢ See notes to details.
í Not including 1 st rike included in general strike of April 1, 1903, Ohio.

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

TO 1905—Continued.

PENNSYLVANIA-Continued.

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1903--Concluded. For increase of wages, and concerning Saturday part holiday, and other

causes

1

25 104 129 For increase of wages, and other causes.

5,500

6,500 1 4 4 180

180 Against reduction of wages (a).

27 20

34

54 Against reduction of wages and increase of

6,361 7,841 hours (b)...

1
7

7 300 300 For reduction of hours.

24

247 For reduction of hours, and concerning rec

330 26, 485

35, 547 ognition of union and union rules.

3
5

5
15 75

85 For reduction of hours, and concerning rec

ognition of union and union rules and over-
time work and pay....

1
13
17 35

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

1
1

1
27

27 For reduction of hours, and other causes.. 1

1

1
40

40 Against increase of hours..

4
2

26

28

18, 117 Concerning recognition of union and union

18,739 rules (c).

42 31

50 81 Concerning recognition of union and union

5,938 6,968 rules, and other causes (d).

1
1

1 650 Concerning employment of certain persons(e)

1, 650
39
15

2
26

43 Concerning employment of certain persons()

6,272 and other causes..

2

2
2
43

43 Concerning employees working out of regular occupation..

8
3

6

9 1,351 Concerning method and time of payment.

1,847 1 1

1 335 335 Concerning Saturday part holiday.

1

1
1
24

36 Concerning docking, fines, and charges.

3
2

1

3 908 Concerning working conditions and rules(e).

1,008 11 11

20

31 In sympathy with strikers and employees

1,690 2,570 locked out, elsewhere..

1

6

7 137 152 Other causes..

64

5

69 2,098 2,790 Total (O)...

365 640 498 1,155 2, 293 98,447 127, 423 1904. For increase of wages..

41 133
24 97

254 For increase of wages and reduction of hours.

4,662
7
2
17 21

40 402 437 For increase of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules ().

7
1
1

7 525 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

1,320 nition of union and union rules and overtime work and pay...

1

1
1
4

4 For increase of wages, and concerning recog

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

1
9

300 350 For increase of wages, and concerning employment of certain persons (C)..

2

1

363 375 For increase of wages, and concerning Saturday part holiday.

1

8
8
19

22 For increase of wages, and other causes.

1

11

11 150 150 Against reduction of wages (h)..

26

31
40

12, 240 Against reduction of wages and increase of hours..

1
1
40

40 Against reduction of wages, and concerning recognition of union and union rules.

2
10

12

25 744 757 For reduction of hours..

4
6

5
11 129

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

1

15
15 140

155 Against increase of hours.

22 23 547

2, 462 a Including strike of February 1, 1903, Ohio.

Including strike of June 12, 1903, New Jersey. c Including strike of May 9, 1903, Kentucky and Ohio, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 27, 1903, New York.

d Part of general strike extending into New York. e Not involving union rules. | See notes to details. 9 Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 12, 1904, Ohio. h Including strike of February 1, 1904, Ohio, and I strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Ohio.

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

TO 1905-Continued.

PENNSYLVANIA-Continued.

Year and cause.

Establishments in
which strike-

Total

estab- StrikStrikes.

Suc

lish- ers. Suc

ceeded Failed. ments. ceeded.

partly

Employees thrown out of work.

1904-Concluded.
Concerning recognition of union and union
rules (a).

30
7

86 93

6, 435 9,086 Concerning recognition of union and union rules and Saturday part holiday...

1
9

9 230 300 Concerning recognition of union and union rules, and other causes.

1

6

6 400 1, 400 Concerning employment of certain persons (6) 11

2

9

11 501 1,288 Concerning employees working out of regular occupation....

1

4 174 301 Concerning overtime work and pay.

1

2
21

21 Concerning method and time of payment..

1

1
10

18 Concerning Saturday part holiday..

35 35 5.58

5.18 Concerning docking, fines, and charges.

10

12

343 343 Concerning working conditions and rules (b). 9

3

9 2,070

2,567 In sympathy with strikers and locked out employees, elsewhere (c)

6

5

9 490 530 Other causes..

9
2

7

9 1,342 2, 459 Total (d).

175 188
71 388 647

26, 720 43, 239 1905. For increase of wages (“).

58 118

31

93 242 7,994 12,764 For increase of wages and reduction of hours. 5

6 426 432 2,279 2,311 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning recognition of union and
union rules..

2
5

5
29

37 For increase of wages and reduction of hours,

and concerning employment of certain per-
sons (6)..

1
1

1 165 165 For increase of wages and reduction of hours, and concerning Saturday part holiday...

1
1
1 12

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

4
3 100

9 112 783 852 For increase of wages, and concerning employment of certain persons (b).

1
1

1
35

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

1

1
1

40 150 For increase of wages, and concerning Saturday part holiday.

2
5

45 50 342 385 For increase of wages, and concerning working conditions and rules (6).

1

1
1
33

33 For increase of wages, and other causes.

2

13

1

14 390 394 Against reduction of wages..

19
13

2

10 25 1, 206 1,758 For reduction of hours (.

5 98 g 11 82 22 302

342 For reduction of hours, and concerning overtime work and pay

1

1
1
5

8 Concerning recognition of union and union rules (h).

25
19

1 25 45 1,340 1,859 Concerning recognition of union and union

rules, employment of certain persons, and
employees working out of regular occupa-
tion.

1
1

1 84

109 Concerning employment of certain persons(b) 25

21 25 4,514 5,760 Concerning employment of certain persons() and working conditions and rules ().

1
1

1 75 125 Concerningemployment of certain persons(b) and other causes..

1
1

1
40

40 Concerning employees working out of regular occupation..

2
7

1

8 195 220 a Including strike of February 3, 1904, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, and West Virginia. b Not involving union rules.

c Including strike of May 5, 1904, Ohio, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of September 22, 1904, New York. d See notes to details.

e Including strike of May 1, 1905, Ohio, and 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Ohio.

Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States. g Not including 1 establishment in which strike was pending December 31, 1905.

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

TO 1905-Continued.

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Not involving union rules.
o See notes to detail3.

Not including 1 establishment in which strike was pending December 31, 1905.
d Including i strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States.

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