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TABLE XX.—CAUSES, ETC., OF LOCKOUTS, BY YEARS—Concluded.

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a Not including 1 establishment in which lockout was still pending March 1, 1901.

TABLE XXI.-CAUSES, ETC., OF LOCKOUTS, BY INDUSTRIES.

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.

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Against demand for adoption of new scale and discharge of non

union employees............
Against demand for adoption of union rules ..
Against demand for adoption of union rules and union scale.
Against demand for discharge of nonunion employees...
Against members of certain union .....
Against threatened strike to compel employers to sign annual agree-

m ent...............................
Against union men....
Against union men and union rules......
To compel employees to use material from nonunion establishment.
To compel employees to work on boycotted material .....
To compel union to raise boycott against certain firms.....
To discipline employees for being absent without leave...

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Against demand for adoption of union scale ..........
Against demand for discharge of nonunion employees and increase

of wages ........
Against demand for holiday...
Against demand for increase of wages......
Against demand for payment of wages retained to pay for damages

done to property through carelessness.... Against demand for reduction of hours.... Against demand for Saturday half holiday.

18 Against demand for union apprenticeship rules......

167 " (a) T (a) 1 a Not including 121 establishments in which lockout was still pending December 31, 1886.

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Table XXI.—CAUSES, ETC., OF LOCKOUTS, BY INDUSTRIES--Continued.

BUILDING TRADES-Concluded.

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Against employees leaving work before close of working hours on

pay day... Against employees working for contractors not members of masters

association.........
Against fines assessed by union and to compel employees to sign

agreement to work only for members of masters' association.....
Against fines assessed by union for alleged violation of agreement ..
Against members of certain union ......
Against refusal of employees to use material furnished by establish-

ment whose employees were on strike......
Against threatened strike against employment of nonunion men..
Against threatened strike for increase of wages....
Against threatened strike for reduction of hours.....
Against threatened strike for reduction of hours and uniiorm scale..
Against union men.....
Against union men and union rules....
To compel employees to do night work at same rate as day work..
To compel employees to join certain union .....
To compel employees to sign agreement to work only for members

of Iron League and change union rules .....
To compel employees to sign agreement to work only for members

of masters' association...
To compel employees to sign individual contracts.
To compel employees to sign temperance pledge....
To compel employees to withdraw from Building Trades uncil and

to enforce rules of Building Contractors' Council
To compel employees to withdraw from one labor organization and
join another .................

linguish demands To compel strikers in other establishments to relinquish demands. To compel strikers in other establishments to relinquish demands

and to break up labor uniong......
To com pel strikers to relinquish demand.....
To compel union men to work with nonunion men.
To compel union men to work with nonunion men and to e

increase of hours.......
To compel union to raise boycott against certain firms...
To enforce change in apprenticeship rules.
To enforce increase of hours........
To enforce modification of union rules as to right of employees to

work with tools ....
To enforce payment of fines levied by Building Trades Council..
. To enforce privilege of having sheet metal workers do metallic-

lathers' work.....
To enforce reduction of wages.........
To enforce rules .....
To enforce rules requiring plasterers to work for members of mas-

ters' association only ...
To enforce termination of contract and reduction of wages...
To enforce withdrawal of boycott...

Total........

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CARPETING.

Against threatened strike ior increase of wages and reinstatement of

dischargeci employees ......
Against union apprenticeship rules...
To compel weavers to pay for broken
To enforce reduction of wages.........

Total...........

CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.

Against demand for discharge of foreman....
To enforce reduction of wages........

Total..........................................................

a Not including 121 establishments in which lockout was still pending December 31, 1886.

TABLE XXI.-CAUSES, ETC., OF LOCKOUTS, BY INDUSTRIES–Continued.

CLOTHING.

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a Lockout still pending March 1, 1901.
b Not including 1 establishment'in which lockout was still pending March 1, 1901.

Table XXI.-CAUSES, ETC., OF LOCKOUTS, BY INDUSTRIES—Continued.

COOPERAGE.

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Against demand for discharge of foreman
Against demand for holiday....
Against demand for increase of wages....
Against demand for reinstatement of discharged employees....
Against demand for restoration of wages.........
Against union men ...
To compel strikers in other establishments to relinquish demands ..
To discipline employees for being absent without leave...
To enforce reduction of wages....
To resist strike against obnoxious foreman in another establishment.

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Against demand for adoption of union rules and union scale........
Against demand for adoption of union scale ..
Against demand for discharge of members of another labor organi-

zation...........
Against demand for increase of wages..
Against threatened strike for increase of wages and reduction of

hours.. Against union men ...

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Total...

FOOD PREPARATIONS.

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Against demand for increase of wages.....
Against members of certain unions...
Against threatened strike for discharge of foreman.....
Against threatened strike for increase of wages and reduction of

hours ......
Against threatened strike for increase of wages and to compel em-

ployees to sign yearly contract as to wages, not to strike, etc ......
Against union men ......................
To compel adoption of agreement to work 12 hours per day .........
To compel employees to raise boycott .....
To compel strikers in other establishments to relinquish demands ..
To compel union to raise boycott ...
To compel union to raise boycott against certain firms..
To enforce increase of hours...
To enforce reduction of wages.....

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Total..............

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