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TABLE No. 7.-Classified Weekly Earnings of Wage-Earners, by

Industries, 1909.-(Continued).

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Number of Persons Receiving Specified Total
Amounts who are

Number
Men

Women Children Receiving 16 years 16 years

under Specified and over. and over. 16 years.

Amounts. 1,048 1,434

737

3,219 2,050 3,657 2,427

8,134 4,719 9,193

2,080 15,992 6,864 13,390

1,085 21,339 14,038

370

24,207 12,982 11,547

89

24,618 16,835 7,857

23

24,715 32,434 6,069

38,503 37,383 5,211

42,594 39,863 3,294

43,157 40,036 1,023

41,059 13,160 89

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13,249 7,616 17

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25 and over.

Total.

224,789

76,819

6,811

308,419

TABLE No. 8.—Number of Days in Operation, Number of Hours Worked per Day, Number of Hours Worked per week and Overtime,

1909. Averages by Industries.

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1 Agricultural implements.
2 Artisans' tools.
3 Art tile...
4 Boilers.
5 Boxes (wood and paper)...
6 Brewing (lager beer, ale and por-

ter)
7 Brick and terra cotta.
8 Brushes.
9 Bottons (metal).
10 Buttons (pearl).
11 Carpets and rugs.
12 Carriages and wagons.
13 Chemical products.
14 Cigars and tobacco.
15 Clothing.
16 Confectionery
17 Cornices and skylights.
18 Corsets and corset waists.
19 Cutlery...
20 Cotton goods..
21 Cotton goods (finishing and dye-

ing).
22 Drawn wire and wire cloth..
23 Electrical appliances..
24 Fertilizers..
25 Food products. .
26 Foundry (brass).
27 Foundry (iron).
28 Furnaces, ranges and heaters.
29 Gas and electric light fixtures.
30 Glass (cut tableware)..
31 Glass (window and bottle).
32 Glass mirrors....
33 Graphite products.
34 Hats (fur and felt).
35 Hats (straw)..
36 High explosives. .
37 Inks and mucilage.
38 Jewelry.
39 Knit goods.
40 Leather
41 Leather goods.
42 Lamps.
43 Lime and cement.
44 Machinery...
45 Mattresses and bedding.
46 Metal goods.
47 Metal novelties.
48 Mining (iron ore).
49 Musical instruments.
50 Oilcloth (floor and table).
51 Oils.

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92 1,147 1,365 5,429 1,298

264 139, 373 77, 264

75 16,657

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TABLE No. 8.—Number of Days in Operation, Number of Hours Worked per Day, Number of Hours' Worked per week and Overtime,

1909. Averages by Industries.—(Continued).

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52 Paints. 53 Paper. 54 Pig iron. 55 Pottery. 56 Printing and book-binding. 57 Quarrying stone. 58 Roofing (metal and tar) 59 Rubber goods (hard and soft) 60 Saddles and harness. 61 Saddlery and harness hardware.. 62'Scientific instruments. 63|Sash, blinds and doors. 64 Shoes. 65 Shirts. 66 Shirtwaists (women's). 67 Shipbuilding 68 Silk (broad and ribbon). 69 Silk dyeing.. 70 Silk throwing.. 71 Silk mill supplies. 72 Silver goods. . 73 Smelting and refining (gold, sil-.

ver, copper, etc). 74 Soap and tallow. 75 Steel and iron (bar). 76 Steel and iron (structural) 77 Steel and iron (forging). 78 Textile products.. 79 Thread. 80 Trunks and traveling bags. 81 Trunk and bag hardware. 82 Typewriters and supplies. 83 Underwear (women's and chil

dren's). 84 Varnishes.. 85 Watches, cases and material. 86 Window shades.. 87 Wooden goods.. 88 Woolen and worsted goods.. 89 Unclassified.

All industries.

TABLE No. 9.—Average Proportion of Business Done, by Industries,

1909.

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TABLE No. 9.-Average Proportion of Business Done, by Industries,

1909.—(Continued).

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57 Quarrying stone. .
58 Roofing (metal and tar).
59 Rubber goods (hard and soft).
60 Saddles and harness.
61 Saddlery and harness hardware.
62 Scientific instruments
63 Sash, blinds and doors.
64 Shoes.
65 Shirts.
66 Shirt waists (women's).
67 Shipbuilding...
68 Silk (broad and ribbon).
69 Silk dyeing...
70 Silk throwing,
71 Silk mill supplies.
72 Silver goods.
73 Smelting and refining (gold, silver, copper, etc.).
74 Soap and tallow.
75 Steel and iron (bar).
76 Steel and iron (structural).
77 Steel and iron (forging).
78 Textile products. .
79 Thread.
80 Trunks and traveling bags.
81 Trunk and bag hardware.
82 Typewriters and supplies.
83 Underwear (women's and children's).
84 Varnishes.
85 Watches, cases and material.
86 Window shades.
87 Wooden goods.
88 Woolen and worsted goods.
89 Unclassified.....

All industries..

17 182 22 32 17 18

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57.06 71 88 77.39 60.83 69.58 67.00 78.00 78.97 88.18 67.OC 65.12 76.23 77.50 83.59 82.94 75.56 81.12 79.74 55.83 67.83 69.58 73.89 95.00 67.27 83.50 88.75 74.74 75.00 60.91 77.50 76.94 84.38 75.59

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