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1911 Continued 80 days Aggre age daily earn Albany ann Locality Aver ber idle ber of mem ber of unions ber report Binghamton Branch of trade Bricklayers and masons Brooklyn New York Buffalo New York Building and Paving Carpenters and joiners cent idle Clerks Compositors core makers cutters Days Employen Dunkirk Earnings of Organized Elmira Employment and Earnings F M F fitters and helpers Glens Falls Hornell Hours of Labor I-b I-b idle on account II-a Industry IV-a Labor Organization Laror Less than $75 Letter carriers Lockport Manhattan Total Mechanicville Membership of Labor Newburgh Niagara Falls Number and Membership NUMBER WHO EARNED Ogdensburg Olean Oneonta Organization on September Organized Wage Workers Painters and decorators Peekskill PLOYED PORTED Plumbers Port Chester Port Jervis Poughkeepsie putes Rates of Wages Rochester Schenectady September 30 steam fitters Table Thereof idle Trade and Locality Trane ann Troy Utica Unem Utica Yonkers Yonkers Total
Page xii - ECAFE region appeared to be even more marked in the second half of the year than in the first half, and...
Page 364 - New York, Bronx. . New York, Brooklyn... New York, Manhattan. New York, Queens New York, Richmond.. Oswego Bx>ehester.. Syracuse . . . Tarrytown. Troy Utica White Plains. Yonkere Total. Cement and Asphalt Laborers. New York, all boroughs New York, Manhattan Excavators. New York, Manhattan. . Plumbers
Page 520 - New York, Brooklyn. . . . New York, Manhattan. . New York, Queens New York, Richmond.
Page 521 - First grade, $600 per year; second grade, $800 per year; third grade, $900 per year; fourth grade, $1,000 per year; fifth grade, $1,100 per year: sixth grade, $1,200 per year. Promotion is to be annual and successive up to the fifth grade in first-class offices and to the fourth grade in second-class offices, and those in the highest grade may be promoted to higher positions in the offices in which they are employed.
Page 53 - I. BUILDING, STONE WORKING, ETC.— Continued.. (b) Building and Paving Trades — Continued. Plumbers, Gaa and St»am Fitter
Page 496 - ... inquiry. The CHAIRMAN. That is what I wanted to get at, whether it is a part of that computation? Mr. NORRIS. No; but it is a part of our presentation. The CHAIRMAN. I understand that; certainly. Mr. NORRIS. Now, on page 710 of the report previously referred to there is a statement. Table 7, of the rates of wages and hours of labor in each labor organization on September 30, 1906, wherein it undertakes to give the pay, upon the day or the week, as the unit may be, of each class or organized labor...