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TABLE VIII-CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY STATES—Continued.

NEW YORK-Continued.

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Against framers doing carpenters' work......
Against furnishing tools.......
Against gilders doing decorators' work ......
Against gilders doing painters' work .........
Against handling cars of road on which strike was pending.
Against helpers doing journeymen's work ...
Against hoisting engineers doing cornice and skylight workers' work
Against increase of amount of work required to be done.
Against increase of amount of work required to be done and reduc-

tion of price per piece...........
Against increase of hours............
Against increase of hours and amount of work per hour.
Against increase of hours and reduction of wages..
Against introduction of automatic register...
Against introduction of machinery..
Against introduction of machinery and employment of nonunion

men...................
Against introduction of machinery and reduction of wages..
Against introduction of machinery unless operated by union men,
Against introduction of the two-loom system.....
Against iron workers doing marble setters' work ...
Against laborers doing journeymen's work.......
Against machine work (fur dressers)........
Against making a certain brand of cigars and using labels on them.
Against night work...
Against nonunion foreman doing bridge builders' work.
Against nonunion foreman doing glaziers' work ...
Against obnoxious rules.....
Against obnoxious rules and for impartial treatment of union leaders
Against obnoxious rules and for reinstatement of discharged em-

ployees.....
Against obnoxious rules and reduction of wages...
Against obnoxious treatment and reduction of wages...
Against "padrone" system...
Against painters doing varnishers' work .....
Against paying assessment demanded by contractor ....
Against paying rent for use of sewing machines.....
Against paying rent for use of sewing machines and for increase of
Against paying rent for use of sewing machines and for reduction

of hours and weekly payment.
Against performing work for another establishment in which lockout
Against performing work for another establishment in which strike

was pending ....
Against performing work for nonunion establishment.
Against performing work out of regular occupation...
Against poor quality of material.....
Against readjustment of scale and for discharge of foreman
Against reduction and for increase of wages...
Against reduction of hours and wages........
Against reduction of wages......
Against reduction of wages and being compelled to live in firm's

houses..........................................
Against reduction of wages and contract system...............
Against reduction of wages and employment of apprentices.
Against reduction of wages and employment of nonunion men..
Against reduction of wages and for abolition of contract system.
Against reduction of wages and for adoption of union rules..
Against reduction of wages and for discharge of foreman......
Against reduction of wages and for discharge of yard master...
Against reduction of wages and for recognition of union..
Against reduction of wages and for reduction of hours ....
Against reduction of wages and for reinstatement of discharged em-

ployees ...
Against reduction of wages and paying rent in advance.
Against reduction of wages and truck system.....
Against reduction of wages and working overtime.
Against reduction of wages caused by reduction of hours.
Against requirement to wear uniform.........
Against retention of part of wages and for regular payment..
Against retention of part of wages as guaranty...
Against sale of nonunion cigars...
Against shutters being put on lower sash of windows of work room..
Against signing contract releasing firm from liability in case of

accident...
Against signing contracts.
Against steam fitters doing helpers' work....

a Not including 15 establishments in which strike was still pending December 31, 1886.

TABLE VIII.-CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY STATES-Continued.

NEW YORK-Continued.

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Table VIII.-CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY STATES—Continued.

NEW YORK Continued.

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Table VIII.—CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY STATES—Continued.

NEW YORK—Continued.

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TABLE VIII.-CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY STATES—Continued.

NEW YORK-Continued.

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For increase of wages, reduction of hours on Saturday, and weekly

payment............... For increase of wages, reduction of hours, Saturday half holiday, and

double pay for night work........................ For increase of wages, reduction of hours, time and a half for over

time, and double time for Sundays and holidays...... For increase of wages, reduction of hours, weekly payment, and

employment of Knights of Labor only...... For increase of wages, regular hours, and pay for overtime..... For increase of wages, reinstatement of discharged employees, and

union committee to control employment of new men .....
For increase of wages, Saturday half holiday, and extra pay for

overtime....
For limitation of number of apprentices ....
For new burrs....
For pay by the day instead of by the load.
For pay by the hour
For pay for extra work ....
For pay for holidays and enforced idleness.
For pay for lost time....
For pay for overtime...
For pay for time spent in preparing looms.
For pay for work not completed because of lack of material
For payment of alleged shortage in wages...
For payment of wages overdue.......
For payment of wages overdue and regular payment.
For payment of wages overdue and weekly payment ..
For payment of wages to discharged employees.....
For payment weekly in advance..............
For privilege of affixing union label....
For privilege of bringing beer into shop......
For privilege of clipping horses for others during leisure hours..
For privilege of going out for beer during working hours...
For privilege of mixing their own colors....
For privilege of using elevator...
For privilege of working full time....................
For privilege of working overtime and receiving pay for it.
For privilege to join union and pay for waiting time...
For recognition of union........
For recognition of union, adoption of union rules and union scale,

and admission of walking delegate.
For recognition of union and adoption of uniform scale.
For recognition of union and adoption of union scale.
For recognition of union and weekly payment..
For reduction in price of newspapers ......
For reduction of amount of work required to be done..
For reduction of amount of work required to be done and employ.

ment of additional rammers......
For reduction of amount of work required to be done and regular

hours .................
For reduction of cost of supplies.........
For reduction of daily task .......
For reduction of hours ....
For reduction of hours and adoption of union apprenticeship rules..
For reduction of hours and against being compelled to board with

employer ...
For reduction of hours and against employment of apprentices ...
For reduction of hours and against employment of nonunion men..
For reduction of hours and against piecework .........
For reduction of hours and against task system..
For reduction of hours and double pay for night work and holidays.
For reduction of hours and employment of Knights of Labor only..
For reduction of hours and extra pay for overtime....
For reduction of hours and increase of force ....
For reduction of hours and pay for overtime......
For reduction of hours and recognition of union...
For reduction of hours and regular payment......
For reduction of hours, discharge of company's physician,

against being compelled to trade at company's store.
For reduction of hours, employment of union men only, and against

being compelled to board with employer... For reduction of hours on Saturday .... For reduction of hours, pay for overtime, and against being com

pelled to board with employer..... For reduction of hours, time and a half for overtime, and double

pay for Sunday and night work .......... For regular employment ................... For regular payment .......... For regular payment and against employer's wife working in shop and acting as boss in his absence.....

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