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IV. GLASS-WORKERS.

ITages paid per week of sixty hours to glass workers in the glass factory of Mr. Tg. Hord

liczka, at Ozechy.

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Wages paid per year to the employés of the Warsaw Terespol Line.

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Tag's paid to the railcay workmen, f'c., working week of sixty hours on Warsaw Terespol

Line.

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Chief locksmith
Lockemiths.
Joipers
Apprentices from fifteen to seventeen years of age

15 120 00

150 00

Sbers.
Priniers of tickets.
Lithographers

Assistants
Serrants...
Accountants.

Assistants
Night watchmen.

- per day..
per year..
Per year..

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137 50 350 00 323 00 175 00 123 00 350 00 300 00 126 00

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137 50

Wages paid per year to the railway employés engaged about stations, as well as to those en

gaged on the engines and cars, on the Warsaw-Terrespol line.

Occupations.

Lowest. Highest. Average.

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Senior workmen
Workmen in warehouses...
Switchmen
Senior workmen employed for maintenance of railroad and buildings.
Workmen employed in conservation of railway.
Junior workmen employed in conservation of railway
Workmaster in rails department...
Locksmiths in bridge department
Workmen in telegraph departinent
Chief conductors:

First class

Second class Senior conductors :

First class

Second class Conductors :

First class.

Second class..
Brakemen.
Weigbers
Senior laborers about trains.
Junior laborers about trains.
Assistants
Oversvers of watchmen
Watchmen.
Lamp cleaners
Doorkeepers..
Gatekeepers
Station female laborers
Machinists:

First class
Second class.
Third class.

Fourth class.
Wheel-greasing laborers.

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VI. NAVIGATION.

Wages paid per month to sailors, fc., employed on gabar, towed by the steam-power on the

Vistula River.

Ocoupations.

Average

Pllots
Sailors

If a sailor serves during the whole navigation time in a year, be receives also the additional sages of 50 cents for every month; if he leaves his service before the close of navigation he receives no such additional wages.

VII. STORE AND SHOP WAGES.

Wages paid per per month of one hundred and ninety-two hours, in a paper shop at Farsas

to males.

Occupations.

Lowest. Highest. Average.

Ohief of counting-room.
Bouk-keeper

Assistant
Corresponding clerk.
Clerk.....
Warehouse-keeper
Laborers in warehouse

$19 50

$20 00

12 30

15 00

VIII. HOUSEHOLD WAGES IN TOWNS AND CITIES.

Wages paid per month to household serrants in the city of Tarsaw.

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Wages paid per year to agricultural laborers and household (country) servants in Lomza.

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Perm male servant.

Besides the-o cash wages he receives : 174 bushels ryo.. $ bushels barley. s bushels pras I klafters of firewood 91 bushels potators & garden beds for fax, cabbage, and vegetables...

11 25 3 60 4 50 7 00 15 00

2 70

X, CORPORATION EMPLOYÉS.

Wages paid per year to the municipality employés in the city of Warsaw.

Total wages per year..

$71 20

Occupations.

Lowest. Highest.

Occupations.

Lowest. Highest.

$3,000 00

$750 00
600 00

650 00
400 00

$412 50

750 00
500 00
450 00
300 00

Oash department.
Chief counselor.....
Alderman ...

Executive department.
Alderman
Seoretary
Cashers
Tax catherers
Comptroller
Comivissary of the cash de.
partment...

Military department.
Counselor
Alderman
Secretary

Insurance department.

450 00 300 00 402 50 412 50 362 50

450 00

Mayor ......

General affairs department,
Chief of chancery
bocretary

Administration department.
Chief counselor
Alderman
Chief secretary
Secretary

Statistics department.
Counselor
Secretary

Lombard department.
Cashier
Comptroller
Inspector of market-placos

with lodging and fuel. Inspłctor of shambles, with

luiging and fuel Veterinarians, with lodging and fuel.

Building department.
Chief engineer...
Architects
Assistant engineer.
Water-works engineer.

950 00
300 00

7.50 00
450 00
300 00

300 00
430 00

150 00

Assessor
Inspector
Chief secretary.
Secretary
Weight and measure de-

partment.

600 00
45 00
425 00
337 50

300 00
300 00

1,000 00

500 00
500 00

Chief mannger..
Watchnuan
Chief of archives.
Recorder

262 50

54 00 300 00 225 00

904 00

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XI. GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES.

Wages paid per year to the employés of the Warsaw court of the exchequer.

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XI. TRADES AND LABOR, GOVERNMENT EMPLOY. Wages paid by the week of forty-eight hours to the workmen employed in the printing ofte

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Wages paid per month of one hundred and eighty hours to the employés of the Warsaw Gor.

ernment telegraph district.

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Statement showing the wages paid per month and week of sixty hours to printers in a private

printing office at Warsaw.

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JOSEPH RAWICZ, Consul. UNITED STATES CONSULATE,

Warsaw, June 3, 1884.

ITALY.

REPORT BY OONSUL-GENERAL BYBR8.*

The wages paid to laborers in Rome, as generally throughout Italy, are calculated by the day. It must be understood that Italian artisans from early boyhood follow one trade only; on becoming masters they have a full knowledge of every branch of their trade. For example, masons are at one and the same time masons, bricklayers, plasterers, roofers, slaters, &c. In other words, the division of labor as practiced in the United States does not exist here.

I. GENERAL TRADES.

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OTHER TRADBS.

981 67 381

26 29 34

87

82

29
58

58 87

58

58 58

431

19

53

Bakers

58

777 Blacksmiths

57+ 773 Strikers (advanced apprentices).

34

437 Book-binders: Men

381 673 481 Women, fixed wagos Brickmakers

773 481 Brewers

961

483 Stonecutters

773 Tufo cutters (job work). Painters, house

777 Batchers

381 Brass-founders

773 Cabinet-nakers (common furniture)

481 961 Confectioners

381

021 Coopers

431 Coopers, boys Drivers

29

381 Draymen and teamsters : 1-borse cart

1 55

1 64 2-horse cart

2 70

2 51 Cab, carriage (per month)

Street railway (fixed wages)
Dyers
Engravers (artisans)

487 * This valuable report was only received at the Department on Febrnary 5, 1885, too late for mention in the Secretary's letter. The delay in its preparation and transmission was due to the absence, on account of sickness, of some of the force at the consulate-general, and to the promotions of Consul-General Richmond to Lisbon, and of Consul Byers, of Zurich, to Rome. That no fault can be found with Consul General Byers, in this connection, is clearly apparent from the fact that he prepared the labor report for Zurich before leaving that post, and the present report for Italy after his arrival at Rome. Consul-General Byers expresses his acknowledgments to Mr. Wood, consular clerk, for valuable co-operation in the preparation of this report.

1 74

2 32 11 58

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19 30

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