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TABLE IX.-CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY YEARS—Continued.

1900–Continued.

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TABLE IX.–CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY YEARS—Concluded.

1900–Concluded.

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For reinstatement of discharged employees and recognition of union.
For reinstatement of discharged employees to former positions......
For reinstatement of discharged foreman...
For reinstatement of discharged foreman and discharge of superin-

tendent..........
For reinstatement of discharged forewoman....
For removal of machinery or increase of wages...
For renewal of scale..
For restoration of wages....
For restoration of wages and reduction of hours.......
For Saturday half holiday........
For semimonthly payment..
For semimonthly payment, lower topping of cars, discharge of fore-

man, and appointment of check weighman.
For shelter from sun while at work...
For steady employment...........
For stools while car driving ..
For time and a half for overtime...
For time and a half for overtime and double time for Sundays and

holidays ...........
For weekly payment...
For weekly payment and against being compelled to buy powder...
In sympathy with locked-out employees elsewhere........
In sympathy with strike elsewhere......
To compel employees to join union or for their discharge
To compel employees to withdraw from journeymen's union...
To compel employer to close store at 6 p. m.....
To compel employer to furnish trusses and hoops...
To compel employer to have factory open and mati

work at 6 a. m.
To compel employer to join masters' association.
To compel employer to pay judgment awarded employee for inju-

ries received....................
To compel employer to put union label on product ....
To compel employer to remove refuse from mine.
To compel employer to retain part of employees' wages to pay dues,

etc., to union
To compel employer to retain part of employees' wages to pay dues,

etc., to union, and against employment of nonunion men..
To compel employer to sign agreement .......
To compel employer to sign a year's contract....
To compel employer to sign union contrací..
To compel manager to join mine managers' union ...
To enforce agreement....
To enforce payment of dues, fines, etc., by delinquent members of

unions, or for their discharge....

a Not including 2 establishments not reported. o Not including 2 establishments in which strike was still pending January 29, 1901, 2 establishments in which strike was still pending February 4, 1901, 1 establishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901. 3 establishments in which strike was still pending March 14, 1901, 1 establishment in which strike was still pending March 20, 1901, and 9 establishments not reported.

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Table X.–CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY INDUSTRIES.

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.

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Against abolition of union rules and union scale .......
Against accepting firm's terms on new article of manufacture.
Against adoption of proposed scale.....
Against alleged discrimination in favor of certain employees..
Against alleged excessive fines....
Against alleged unsuitable place of work.........
Against apprentices doing journeymen's work...
Against being compelled to carry material to place of work ....
Against being compelled to do special work without extra pay.
Against being compelled to do special work without extra pay and

for reinstatement of discharged employees..
Against being compelled to work on holidays....
Against change from day to piece work ..........
Against change from piece to day work...
Against change from piece to day work and for increase of wages..
Against change from wooden to iron molds and poor quality of ma-

terial.....
Against change in method of doing work...
Against change in method of doing work and for adoption of union

scale ......
Against change in method of doing work and for reinstatement of

discharged employees ................
Against change in method of doing work and reduction of wages.
Against change in position of employees......
Against changing rate of pay on account of new machi
Against classification of work made by firm...
Against discharge of employees, foremen, etc...
Against discharge of union employees ...
Against employment of additional apprentices and retention

part of wages....
Against employment of nonunion men
Against employment of nonunion men, foreman, etc.
Against fines for imperfect work....
Against increase of amount of work required to be done....
Against increase of hours......
Against introduction of machinery......
Against introduction of machinery and employment of boys..
Against introduction of machinery and employment of nonunion men
Against introduction of machinery and reduction of wages....
Against lasters furnishing their own tacks and pegs...
Against McKay stitchers being compelled to furnish their own

needles..
Against obnoxious rules.....

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TABLE X. CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY INDUSTRIES—Continued.

BOOTS AND SHOES-Continued.

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Against performing work for another establishment in which strike

was pending ........ ..
Against poor quality of material...
Against reduction and for increase of wages....
Against reduction of wages...
Against reduction of wages and employment of nonunion men
Against reduction of wages and for discharge of foreman..
Against reduction of wages and for recognition of union ....
Against reduction of wages and for regular payment .........
Against reduction of wages and for reinstatement of discharged em-

ployees......:
Against reduction of wages caused by reduction of hours..
Against retention of part of wages as guaranty..
Against scale presented by State board of arbitration ..
Against use of lockers and system of checking for wearing appare

while at work........
Against violation of union rules...
Against working in teams.........
Disagreement among employees regarding new scale.
For adoption of fixed scale and against discharge of union employees.
For adoption of new scale .........
For adoption of new scale and against discharge of employees.
For adoption of new scale and recognition of union.
For adoption of scale presented by State board of arbitration
For adoption of uniform scale.....
For adoption of union, etc., rules ...
For adoption of union, etc., scale.
For adoption of union rules..
For adoption of union rules and union scale.
For adoption of union scale...
For adoption of union scale and against employment of nonunion

men......... . . .. .
For change from day to piece work..
For change from day to piece work and abolition of ironclad con-

tract...
For change from day to piece work and reinstatement of discharged

employees .....
For change from piece to day work ..
For change of rules...
For discharge of employees....
For discharge of employees, foreman, etc...
For discharge of foreman.......
For discharge of foreman and reinstatement of discharged em-

ployees...
For discharge of forewoman...........
For discharge of forewoman and against team system of working
For discharge of nonunion employees......
For discharge of nonunion foreman...
For discharge of superintendent..............
For enforcement of union rules .........
For enforcement of union scale ........
For equal distribution of work ...
For increase and readjustment of wages..
For increase of hours and wages........
For increase of wages....
For increase of wages and against alleged excessive docking.
For increase of wages and against employment of nonunion men.
For increase of wages and against introduction of machinery ..
For increase of wages and change of rules...
For increase of wages and discharge of foreman..
For increase of wages and discharge of nonunion en
For increase of wages and recognition of union..
For increase of wages and reduction of hours..
For increase of wages and reinstatement of discharged employees ..
For increase of wages and to compel employer to furnish stock and

lasting racks........
For increase of wages and Saturday half
For increase of wages and weekly payment.
For more racks......
For pay for extra work .............
For pay for lost time......
For payment of alleged shortage in wages
For payment of wages overdue....
For recognition of union .....
For recognition of union and against increase of hours...
For reduction of amount of work required to be done..
For reduction of hours.......
For reduction of number of pairs of shoes to the case..
For reinstatement and increase of wages of employees involved in

strike elsewhere....

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TABLE X.-CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES, BY INDUSTRIES—Continued.

BOOTS AND SHOES—Concluded.

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Against agreement made by employers not to sell union brick to

establishment in which strike was pending ...
Against change from semimonthly to monthly payment......
Against change in method of doing work and reduction of wages.
Against deduction from wages on account of holiday ....
Against employment of nonunion men...
Against employment of nonunion men and for recognition of union.
Against employment of nonunion men, foremen, etc..
Against extra work without extra pay........
Against increase of amount of work required to be done...........

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