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TABLE XI.-SUMMARY OF CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES FOR THE UNITED

STATES—Continued.

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TABLE XI.-SUMMARY OF CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES FOR THE UNITED

STATES—Continued.

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For Saturday half holiday and weekly payment...
For security for regular payment......
For semimonthly payment ....
For semimonthly payment and better powder..
For semimonthly payment and change of coal sci
For semimonthly payment and retention of less wages....
For semimonthly payment in cash .........
For semimonthly payment, lower toppir

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

holidays ....
For unrestricted admission of walking delegate...
For use of winches (stevedores) ......
For weekly payment....
For weekly payment and against being compelled to buy powder.
For weekly payment and against task system.....
For weekly payment and discharge of overseer...
For weekly payment and limitation of number of apprentices.......
For weekly payment in cash ...
For weekly payment, reduction of hours, and admission of walking

delegate.
For working shed and to enforce payment of dues, fines, etc., by de-

linquent members of union, or for their discharge.....
In anticipation of a lockout......
In sympathy with locked-out employees elsewhere...
In sympathy with locked-out employees in same establishment.
In sympathy with strike elsewhere........
In sympathy with strike in same establishment.
In vindication of right to belong to labor organizations ..
Misunderstanding in regard to price for weaving faulty yarn..
To compel employees to join union, or for their discharge....
To compel employees to withdraw from journeymen's union....
To compel employer to close factory at night......
To compel employer to close store at 6 p. m..
To compel employer to close works one day on death of employee..
To compel employer to establish standard by which to judge defec-

tive work .......
To compel employer to furnish ice water ...
To compel employer to furnish truss hoops .....
To com pel employer to furnish whips.....
To compel employer to have factory open and material ready for

work at 6 a.m.....
To compel employer to join employees' union ..
To compel employer to join employees' union and for reduction of

hours............ To compel employer to join masters' association... To compel employer to join masters' association and against employ

ment of nonunion men... To compel employer to join masters' association and for enforce

ment of union scale...... To compel employer to join masters' association and sign union con

To compel employer to join masters' association, for enforcement of

union scale, and against employment of nonunion men ......
To compel employer to limit number of miners ......
To compel employer to open works earlier in the morning....
To compel employer to pay arrearages of dues to masters' association.
To compel employer to pay judgment awarded employees for in-

juries received.........
To compel employer to post schedule of wages..
To compel employer to promote piecers to be spinners instead of

employing outside men....
To compel employer to purchase lumber from local dealers ....
To compel employer to put union label on product..
To compel employer to rebuild incomplete foundation because be-

gun by nonunion men..
To compel employer to reduce wages in another occupation...
To compel employer to remain neutral in strike pending in other

establishments.... To compel employer to remove refuse from mine.... To compel employer to reopen closed mine .....

a Not including 3 establishments not reported.

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Table XI.—SUMMARY OF CAUSES, ETC., OF STRIKES FOR THE UNITED

STATES—Concluded.

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To compel employer to retain part of employees' wages to pay check

weighman.. 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 agreement as to wages and hours and

employment of union men only...
To compel employer to sign a year's contract..
To compel employer to sign union contract....
To compel employer to sign union contract and against employ-

ment of nonunion men..........
To compel employer to weigh coal at mine instead of at railroad

station....
To compel employer to weigh coal before screening ...
To compel employer to withdraw from tailors' union....
To compel foreman to join union .......
To com pel manager to join mine managers' union ......
To compel others to strike for reduction of hours .....
To com pel school board to insert union-labor clauses in all contracts.
To com pel teacher to admit colored children to school in building

owned by employer, or for his discharge...
To compel World's Fair directors to employ none but union men in
building trades..

472 To enforce agreement..

31 To enforce Chicago agreement....

143 To enforce payment of dues, fines, etc., by delinquent members of unions, or for their discharge...

72 Total.

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a Not including 15 establishments in which strike was still pending December 31, 1886, 3 establishments in which strikes were still pending July 1, 1894, 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 10 establishments not reported.

TABLE XII.-LOCKOUTS FOR STATES, BY YEARS.

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Table XII.-LOCKOUTS FOR STATES, BY YEARS.

ALABAMA.

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