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TABLE No. 3.–Stock or Material Used, Goods Made or Work Done.

By Industries, 1909.—(Continued).

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INDUSTRIES.

& Office Number.

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..

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..

4 204,193 346,750 36 1,828,505 3,531,029 25 23,088,901 33, 200, 409

92 *41,094,977 *51,485,138 2,291 $502,971, 232 $824,218,796

All industries.

*One establishment not reporting these items. Two establishments not reporting this item.

TABLE No. 4.--Average, Greatest and Least Number of Wage Earners Employed.-By Industries, 1909.

Aggregates.

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28
376
39

251

2,159 1,266 7,001 4,055 9,482 6,010 1,226 2,915 1,263 8,177

195
727
268

279
2,021

420
1,188

184
1,2831

78740

68 205

26 40

1,261

12
108
620
317
293

Agricultural implements.

Artisans' tools. 3 Art tile.. 4 Boilers 5 Boxes (wood and er).. 6 Brewing (lager beer, ale and porter). 7 Brick and terra cotta. 8 Brushes. 9 Buttons (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 dyeing). 22 Drawn wire and wire cloth. 23 Electrical appliances. 24 Fertilizers. 25 Food products. 26 Foundry (brass). 27 Foundry (iron).

529
2,335

462
1,456
1,068
2,160
7,052

205
528
917

666
1,054
5,369
1,756
510
180
540

169
1,103
1,797
3,319
8,798
5,097
1,210
2,308
1,196
8,074

49
37
74
13
10
23

8
29
66
36
12

7
23
10
13
49
18
14
34
12
30
22
57

86
358

4
41

1,861
7,081

657
251

3
1,888

135
4,828

697
679
888

14
548
52
93

59
15

TABLE No. 4.—Average, Greatest and Least Number of Wage Earners Employed.-By Industries, 1909.

Aggregates.—(Continued).

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19.5
12.9
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82.7
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14.3
11.0
18:5
41.4
15.0
37.9
14.1
22.6
8.5
6.2
8.8
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5,0691 5,331
1, 247 1,420
1,068 1,328
529

346
7,450 7,921

77 107
777 797
4,944 5,883

810 849
4,011 4,058
3,249 3,384

634 662
4,380 4,696
22,807 23, 727
5,613 6,073
1,881 1,923

743 777
1,224 1,320
3,604 3,901
1,928 2,038
928

1,248
2,784 3,022
2,837 3,363
1,384 1,442
5, 276 5,401

428 455
1,539) 1,886
207

259
1.705 1.785

331 344
2,142 2,240

79
1,568 1,672
12,582 13,500
7,304 7,814

4,884 1,154

751

494
7,156

64
713
4,322

767
3,928
3,154

589
4,072
22,093
4,936
1,814

701
1,158
3,318
1,737

726
2,455
2,515
1,314
4,811

385
1,305

169
1.611

323
2,059

447
266
577

52
765
43

84
1,561

82
130
230

73
624
1,634
1,137
109
76
162
583
301
522
567
848
128
590

70
581

90
174
21
181

12
215
1,776
1,400

8.4
18.7
43.4
9.5
9.7
40.2
10.5
26.5
9.7
3.2
6.8
11.0
13.3

6.9
18.7
5.7
9.8
12.3
14.9
14.8
41.8
18.7
25.2

8.9
10.9
15.4
30.8
34.7
9.7
6.1
80.2
14.1
12.9
13.2
17.9

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73

32
597
105

1,457
11,724
6,414

49
18
17
8
48

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 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.

12
20
25
29
22

5
17.
182
22
32
17
18

9
19

6
23
12

4,170

808
1,068

510
6,194

73
632
4,180

810
2,444
607

14
4,380
11,064
5,008

676
564

950
3,599
1,419

879
2,784
2,818

842
1,591

403
1,065

193
116

318
1,407

78
1,521
5, 536
6,103

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11
10

4
21
17
11

4
36
25
92

2,291 202,715

70,590

6,046 279,351 304,067 252,836

51,231

16.8

*Closing down for the months of July and August is an established practice in all glass factories.

TABLE No. 5.-Number of Wage Earners, Including Piece-Workers Em

ployed by Industries, 1909.-Aggregates by Months.

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February ..............
March
April ................

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June ..
July ...........
August ........
September
October
November
December

67

2,258 2,265 2,306 2,247 2,326 2,348 2,343 2,307 2,347 2,403 2,419 2,446

Children Total

under Number 16 years. Employed. 24

2,348

2,364
23

2,397
2,332
2,417

2,441
27

2,439

2,402 35

2,450 29

2,505 27

2,515 26

2,542

69

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