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Number and Membership of Local Unions at the Close of 1914 and 1915:
Number and Membership of Local Trade Unions at the Close of 1914 and 1915 Having Women as Members: By Occupations.
Number and Membership of Local Trade Unions at the Close of 1914 and 1915: By Industries.
1 Includes unions which could not be included under any of the above-mentioned industries chiefly because of their being organized on other than an industrial basis.
TABLE 7. — Increase or Decrease in Membership of Identical1 Unions Existing Both at the Close of 1914 and 1915: By Municipalities.
1 The data presented in this table have reference to what the Bureau has designated as "identical unions," i.e., unions which were in existence both at the close of 1914 and 1915. A presentation of this character makes possible the determination of the actual change in membership of unions existing at the close of both years irrespective of any increase in aggregate membership due to the formation of new unions or of any decrease due to the disbanding in 1915 of unions which were in existence at the close of 1914.
TABLE 8. Percentages of Membership of Trade Unions Unemployed (All Causes) at the Close of Each Quarter, 1910-1915: By Principal Occupations.
1 Owing to the fact that the respective dates - December 31, 1911, March 31, 1912, and June 30, 1912
fell on Sunday, the date chosen for the returns in each case
was the day preceding.
At the close of this quarter no reports relative to this occupation were received.