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CHAPTER III.-GENERAL TABLES OF STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS-Concluded. Page.

TABLE VIII.--Summary of strikes for the United States, ordered by

labor organizations and not so ordered, by States and geographical
divisions, 1881 to 1905...

492–495 TABLE IX.-Strikes for each State, by years and causes, 1901 to 1905... 496–579 Table X.-Summary of strikes for the United States, by years and causes, 1881 to 1905...

580-613 TABLE XI.-Summary of strikes for the United States, by causes, 1881 to 1905.

614-621 TABLE XII.-Results of strikes for each cause, by years, 1881 to 1905... 622–635 TABLE XIII.-Lockouts for each State, by years and industries, 1901 to 1905.

636-707 Table XIV.-Summary of lockouts for the United States, by industries and years, 1901 to 1905..

708–731 TABLE XV.-Summary of lockouts for the United States, by industries, 1881 to 1905..

732-735 TabLE XVI.-Summary of lockouts for the United States, by years, 1881 to 1905.

736, 737 TABLE XVII.-Summary of lockouts for the United States, by States and geographical divisions, 1881 to 1905.

738–741 Table XVIII.-Lockouts for each State, by years and causes, 1901 to 1905.

742-762 Table XIX.-Summary of lockouts for the United States, by years and causes, 1881 to 1905.

763-771 TABLE XX.- Summary of lockouts for the United States, by causes, 1881 to 1905.....

772, 773 CHAPTER IV.-STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES

775-916 CHAPTER V.-THE LAW RELATING TO STRIKES, BLACKLISTING, BOYCOTTS, ETC. 917-960 The statute law....

919-955 Alabama.

921, 922 Arkansas

922 California.

922, 923 Colorado..

923, 924 Connecticut.

924 Delaware.

924, 925 Florida...

925, 926 Georgia..

926, 927 Idaho..

927 Illinois

927-929 Indiana..

929--931 Iowa..

931 Kansas..

931, 932 Kentucky

932 Louisiana..

932 Maine....

933 Maryland.

934 Massachusetts.

934 Michigan.

934 Minnesota.

934, 935 Mississippi..

935, 936 Missouri..

936 Montana..

937, 938 Nevada...

938 Page.

Charter V.-The Law RELATING TO STRIKES, BĻACKLISTING,

BOYCOTTS,
ETC.-Concluded.
The statute law-Concluded.

New Jersey.
New York.
North Dakota..
Oklahoma.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island.
South Dakota..
Tennessee.
Texas.
Utah..
Vermont.
Virginia..
Washington.
West Virginia.
Wisconsin..

United States..
The common law.

939 940, 941 941, 942

943 943, 944 944-946 946, 947

947 917, 948 948-950 950, 951

951 951 952

952 952, 953 953-955 955-960

LETTERS OF TRANSMITTAL.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR,

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY,

Washington, June 5, 1907. Pursuant to the provisions of section 8 of the act of June 13, 1888, and the provisions of the act of February 14, 1903, creating the Department of Commerce and Labor, and placing under its jurisdiction, among other branches of the public service, the former Department of Labor, now the Bureau of Labor; I have the honor to transmit herewith the Twenty-first Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor, which relates to strikes and lockouts in the United States during the years 1881 to 1905. Respectfully,

OSCAR S. STRAUS,

Secretary. The SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR,

BUREAU OF LABOR,

Washington, June 5, 1907. Sir: I have the honor to hand you herewith the Twenty-first Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor, dealing with the subject of strikes and lockouts in the United States during the years 1881 to 1905. I am, very respectfully,

Chas. P. NEILL,

Commissioner. To Hon. Oscar S. STRAUS, Secretary of Commerce and Labur.

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