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Table XVIII.-SUMMARY OF LOCKOUTS FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

INDUSTRIES.

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a Not including 121 establishments in which lockout was still pending December 31, 1886. b Not including 11 establishments not reported. c Including strikes of May 3, 1887 and May 11, 1887, Illinois. d Including strikes of May 3, 1887, and May 11, 1887, Nlinois, but not including 1 establishment not reported. .

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

s Not including 1 establishment in which lockout was still pending March 1, 1901, and 1 establishment not reported.

o Not including 40 establishments not reported.
h Not including 1 establishment closed permanently

i Not including 1 establishment closed permanently and 20 establishments in which lockout was still pending July 1, 1894.

j Not including 20 establishments in which lockout was still pending July 1, 1894.
k Not including 2 establishments not reported.
INot including 1 establishment in which lockout was still pending July 1, 1894.

TABLE XVIII.-SUMMARY OF LOCKOUTS FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

INDUSTRIES.

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m Including strike of February 17, 1893, Indiana,
n Not including 1 establishment not reported.
o Not including 2 estublishments closed permanently.

p Not including 5 establishments closed permanently and 22 establishments in which lockouts were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

o Not including 5 establishments closed perinanently, 22 establishments in which lockouts were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report, and I establishment not reported.

Not including 143 establishments in which lockouts were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

Not including 12 establishments not reported. tIncluding strikes of May 3, 1887, and May 11, 1887, Illinois, but not including 13 establishments not reported,

u Including strikes of May 3, 1887, and May 11, 1887, Illinois, and February 17, 1893, Indiana, but not including 2 establishments not reported.

TABLE XVIII.-SUMMARY OF LOCKOUTS FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

INDUSTRIES-Concluded.

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Agricultural implements....
Boots and shoes
Brewing
Brick......
Building trades
Carpeting ......
Carriages and wagons..
Clothing.......
Coal and coke....

Cooperage ......
11 | Cotton and woolen goods ..

Cotton goods.
Domestic service ....
Food preparations.........

Furniture .......... 16 Glass ......

Leather and leather goods ...
Lumber .....
Machines and machinery
Metals and metallic goods ..
| Musical instruments ........

Pottery, earthenware, etc....
Printing and publishing ...,
Rope and bagging........
Shipbuilding, etc.......
Silk goods......
Stone quarrying and cutting
Telegraph and telephone
Tobacco...
Transportation .............
Watches.......
Wooden goods...
Woolen and worsted goods......
Miscellaneous .....

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a Not including 121 establishments in which lockout was still pending December 31, 1886.
b Not including 1 establishment in which lockout was still pending March 1, 1901.
c Not including 20 establishments in which lockout was still pending July 1, 1894.
dNot including 1 establishment in which lockout was still pending July 1, 1894.

TABLE XVIII.-SUMMARY OF LOCKOUTS FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

INDUSTRIES—Concluded.

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e Not including 14 establishments not reported.

f Not including 143 establishments in which lockouts were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report and 14 establishments not reported.

TABLE XIX.-CAL'SES, ETC., OF LOCKOUTS, BY STATES.

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Against demand for discharge of nonunion cmployees and increase

of wages .....
Against demand for holiday.....
Against demand for increase of wages...
Against demand of Chinese cigar makers against employment of

white labor .......
Against threatened strike against employment of aged union com-

positor at less than union rates.......
Against threatened strike against use of electrotype plates.
Against threatened strike for discharge of foreman.
Against threatened strike for discharge of nonunion
Against threatened strike for increase of wages....
Against union men ......
Against union men and union rules......
Against union rules.......................
To compel employees to work on boycotted patterns...
To compel strikers in other establishments to relinquish d
To compel union to raise boycott against certain firms.
To enforce reduction of wages........

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Against emplovees forming union..
Against union men ...........
To compel union to raise boycott against certain firms....
To enforce payment of fines levied by Building Trades Council.
To enforce reduction of hours to comply with State 8-hour law and

consequent reduction of wages.
To enforce reduction of wages...
To enforce rule requiring employees to remove all clothing for in-

spection before and aiter work.. To enforce rule requiring plasterers to work for members of masters' association only ..

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