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accidents Aggregate August Average Number Bayonne building Buttons capital cause cent Chemical Children Receiving 16 Children Total City Classification of Weekly closed Considered Continued decrease demands Earnings of Wage-Earners Electrical Ending entire ESTABLISHMENTS factory February firm five force Glass guards hundred Including Piece-Workers increase industries injuries January Jersey July June laborers lasted machinery manager March March April meeting Men Women Children Metal mill Months Newark November December Number 16 Number Men Women Number of Days Number of Persons October Office operation paid Persons Employed Persons Receiving Specified places plant police present quit Railroad Receiving Specified Total reduction refused reported resulted returned September Sheriff shown shows Silk Specified Total Amounts Standard steam Steel and iron strike struck TABLE Total under Number union Wage Earners wage loss week Weekly Earnings wire Women 16 Women Children Receiving workers workmen
Page 76 - Men, 16 years and over .... Women, 16 years and over . Children under 16 years...
Page 23 - Furnaces, ranges and heaters.. Glass (window and bottle)... • Hats (fur and felt) Leather (tanned and finished).. Lamps (electric and other) Oils Paper Pottery Rubber products (hard and soft).
Page 176 - Joint resolution authorizing the appointment of a commission by the Governor to inquire into the practicability of consolidating the functions of the North Jersey Water Supply Commission and the Passaic Valley District Sewerage and Drainage Commission under the control and authority of one State board,
Page 15 - The employes are classified as men 16 years of age and over; women 16 years of age and over, and young persons, of both sexes, who are less than 1 6 years.
Page 122 - TABLE No. 8. — Number of Days in Operation, Number of Hours Worked per Day, Number of Hours Worked per Week and Overtime, 1915.
Page 218 - Is no longer effective, to take necessary measures for the preservation of order and the protection of life and property.
Page 271 - ... on a public street and refusing to move on when ordered to do so by the police.
Page 175 - As members of the mir from a time beyond which the memory of man runneth not to the contrary...