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1880
1915

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Cement Workers' Union No. 557
Cigar Makers' Union No. 77
Clerks', Post Office, No. 125
Clerks', Railway, No. 2
Clerks', Railway, No. 260
Clerks', Railway, No. 325
Clerks' Union, Retail, No. 550
Cooks' Association No. 458
Coopers' Union No. 62.
Coopers' Union No. 75.
Conductors, Order of Railway, No. 117.
Electrical Workers' Union No. 292.
Electrical Workers' Union No. 541
Electrotypers' Union No. 97
Elevator Constructors' Union No. 9.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 180.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 357
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 494.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 625
Engineers, National Association of, No. 8..
Engineers, Int. Union of Steam, No. 34.
Engineers' Union, Hoisting, No. 86 .
Engineers' Union, School, No. 528
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 82.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 270.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 510.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 704
Garment Workers' Union No. 27
Horseshoers' Union No. 27.
Ice Cream & Creamery Workers Union No. 14774
Ice Wagon Drivers' Union No. 221
Ind'l Workers of the World, No. 400 (Agri. Workers).
Lathers' Union No. 189
Laundry Workers' Union No. 40
Leather Workers' Union No. 18
Machinists' Association No. 91
Machinists' Association No. 477
Machinists' Association No. 827
Machinists' Helpers’ Association No. 959
Milk Wagon Drivers' Union No. 471
Molders' Union No. 176.
Motion Picture Machine Operators' Union No. 219
Musicians' Union No. 73
Painters' and Decorators' Union No. 186
Plasterers' Union, Operative, No. 65.

1913
1914
1901
1909
1893
1891
1890
1902
1897
1909
1904
1874
1887
1892
1903
1893
1901
1902
1911
1878
1873
1894
1906
1907
1887
1915
1904
1915
1903
1913
1898
1901
1902
1912
1913
1912
1889
1911
1891
1897
1895

188
126
100

79
100

35
*250

20
37
227
210
37
28
65
96
176
98
36
115
100

51
100
174
203
101
158
45
43
28
175
1,000
68

2
50
375
315
331

79
158
255

37
423
737
158

8-9 48-54 1 1.75-6.00 9 54 4.50-5.40

+10 cents an hour.
10 70 2.40-3.17

5 hours a week.
10 70 1 2.50-5.50
10 70 2.65-4.55
10 70 0 2.50-4.05
10 70
8.9
48.9

3.25 6 1.50-2.00
9 53 1 3.50-4.00
8 48 1 2.50-3.35

+$5 a month, --2 hours a day.
12 72 1 2.70-3.27

+$2.50 a month.
8-10 48-60 2.00-4.00

8 48 0 3.00-4.00 8 48

2.50

1.50
9 54 12.00-3.33
8-10 48-55 3.50-5.00

+5% in wages.
9 54
3.70

+2.5 cents an hour.
9 51
3.96

+2.5 cents an hour,
9 50
9 63 22.50

+$10 a month, -2 weeks vacation yr,
9 54 (1 3.50-4.50

45 1 2.66-5.83

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No report received. Membership taken from report of two years ago.

-Stonemasons $5.20, bricklayers, $5.60. Minimum and maximum. - Minimum.

Piece work, average earnings reported. -Lowest wage for helpers, highest for journeymen.

Average. @-Musicians' prices for dances, parades and entertainments vary from $3 to $7 a performance. TABLE No. 1-MEMBERSHIP AND UNION SCHEDULE OF HOURS AND WAGES-LABOR ORGANIZATIONS OF MINNESOTA-Continued

Membership

1916

Working
Hours

Daily Wages
Union Scale

Increase+ or Decrease in Wages

or Working Hours Since 1914

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+10% in wages.
–4 hours a week.

90
100
40

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63
110
24
25
102
248

20
220
100

6-8 42-56 ( 1.50-3.50

8 44 (3) 2.50-5.00
8 48 1 3.33-5.00
S 44 13.20-5.00
10 70 I 3.50-4.00
10 60 1 3.50-4.10
10 60 3.50-3.80
9 54

3.00
8-948-54

5.00

12

62.00

60

130
2801
202
2101
496

48
260

12

10 60

2.50
10

2.50-4.80
10 70

2.78
10 70

8 48 3.50-5.00 @ 3.50-5.00
8.5-9 50-54 1 2.50-4.00
10-18 60-126 1 .50-2.00
8 58

50-1.50
S 48

4.00

100

11

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LOCAL (NION

When Organized

Male

1897
1890
1892
1896
1903
1903

150
140
*150

Minneapolis--Continued
Plasterers' Tenders' Union No. 111
Plumbers' Union No. 15...
Press Assistants' Union No. 20
Pressmen's Union No. 20,
Sheet metal Workers' Union No. 40
Sprinkler Fitters' and Helpers' Union No. 417.
Stage Employes' Alliance, Theatrical, No. 13.
Steam Fitters' and Helpers' Union No. 539.
Stereotypers' Union No. 16.
Stone Cutters' Union..
Switchmen's Union No. 7.
Switchmen's Union No. 30.
Switchmen's Union No. 128.
Tailors' Union No. 89..
Team Owners' Union No. 21,
Teamsters', Chauffeurs, Stablemen & Helpers' Union

No. 23
Trainmen, Railway, No. 102.
Trainmen, Railway, No. 525.
Trainmen, Railway, No. 625.
Typographical Union No. 42.
Upholsterers' Union No. 23.
Waiters' Union No. 536
Waitresses' Union No. 593.
Wood Carvers' Union

1893
1911
1899
1877
1901
1897
1908
1887
1911

1914
1888
1897
1897
1873
1893
1915
1909
1897

Totals.
St. Paul
Bakers' Union No. 21
Barbers' Union, No. 31
Bartenders' Union No. 287..
Beer Bottlers' Union No. 343
Beer Wagon Drivers' Union No. 214.
Bill Posters' Union No. 45.
Blacksmiths' & Helpers' Union No. 43
Boiler Makers' Union No. 3..
Bookbinders' Union No. 37

1884
1890
1906
1903
1909
1909
1890
1880
1892
1901
1902
1905
1892
1881
1906
1914
1907
1913
1906

118
300
365
205
220

32
137
78
63)

9
10
10

8
10
8
9
9
9

54 0 2.86-3.50
63.5 12.50-4.00

65 2.50-6.00
48

2.91
60

3.23
48 1 2.50-3.50
500 2.12-3.24
54 0 4.00-5.62
49 1 2.66-3.00

+$1 a week. +50 cents a day.

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7
115
273
39
15
138
46
26
75
900

44
165
130
90

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316
18
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150
36
29
48
105
91
34
89
86

10 59,0 2.75-3.25 10 59

2.50 9 54

2.50 48 3.416

+50 cents a week. 8 44 5.60

+5 cents an hour, -4 hours a week.
8 44

5.00
9 54 62.50
9 540 3.25-3.82

+2.5 cents an hour.
10 60-7010 2.25-2.75

+2.5 cents an hour.
9 51 0 2.52-3.10

+one cent an hour,
10 59

3.00

+5% in wages. 8 44

4.00
480 4.00-4.80

+10 cents an hour.
486 2.00-3.00 6 1.75-2.50
8 48
9 50-542 1.92-4.23

+3% in wages, -Every second Satur

day afternoon off.
6.5 40 0 2.87-5.75
9.5 58

22.00 31.50
10 70
04.18

+10% in wages.
8 48

3.36
8
48 2.50-3.68

+18% in wages, -- 2 hours a day,
44
4.50

+50 cents a day.
48 @ 2.50-3.50
8 48 0 2.75-4.00
9 54

5.40
10 600 4.25-5.00
10 60 1 4.30-6.00
10 600 4.25-5.50
10 6011 4.25-5.50
10 70 0 4.25-6.00

10 60 61 4.25-5.50
8-10 48-60

3.50
10

60 13.00-4.00
10 601 2.70-3.80
10

70 1 2.50-3.60
10

70 1 2.60-5.90
8 56 0 2.25-3.00

+5% in wages.
9 50 2.50-4.16

+$2 a week.
9 50

1.00-2.66 +$1 a week.
8.75 48

3.25 11.00-2.50
9 53 3.50-4.00
10 60 3 2.88-3.08

+$10 a month for 6 months of year.
15 90 102.50

54

80
67
134
97
80
65
175

135
43

910
1885
1908
1880
1911
1914

Boot & Shoe Workers' Union No. 281 (Cutters)
Boot & Shoe Workers' Union No. 295 (Bottomers)
Boot & Shce Workers' Union No. 419 (Lasters)
Brewers' and Maltsters' Union No. 97
Bricklayers' Union No. 1
Bridge & Structural Iron Workers' Union No. 94
Broom Makers Union No. 18.
Cabinet Makers' Union No. 1868
Carmen, Railway, No. 4..
Carmen, Railway, No. 118.
Carmen, Railway, No. 359.
Carpenters' Union No. 87.
Cement Workers' Union No. 173
Cigar Makers' Union No. 98
Clerks', Post Office, No. 65
Clerks’, Railway, No. 319.
Clerks’, Railway Postal, No. 9
Clerks' Union, Retail, No. 2,
Conductors, Order of Railway, No. 40.
Coopers' Union No. 61
Electrical Workers' Union No. 23.
Electrical Workers' Union No. 110.
Electrical Workers' Union No. 475.
Electrotypers' Union No. 45
Engineers' Union, Hoisting, No. 84
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 150.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 333.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 349.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 369.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 474.
Engineers, Locomotive, No. 516.
Engineers, Int. Union of Steam, No. 36.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 61.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 358.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 450.
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 814.
Firemen's Union, Stationary, No. 48
Furriers' Union No. 52
Fur Finishers' Union No. 57
Garment Workers' Union No. 171
Horseshoers' U'nion No. 28.
Ice Wagon Drivers' Union No. 756
Janitors' & Elevator Operators' Union No. 14601

1914
1891
1882
1893
1902
1912
1915
1902
1896
1872
1885
1892
1887
1891
1890
1900
1876
1887
1896
1912
1899
1885
1915
1901
1886
1903
1913

2
42
153
25

-No report received; membership taken from report of two years ago. -Lowest wage helpers, highest journeymen. Minimum and maximum.

6 -Piece work earnings reported. Minimum.

Minimum for helpers and blacksmiths. Rate per 100 miles for freight conductors. Passenger conductors are paid $165 a month on main line and $145 on branch lines. Musicians have schedule of prices for dances, parades and entertainments ranging from $3 to $6. TABLE No. 1-MEMBERSHIP AND UNION SCHEDULE OF HOURS AND WAGES-LABOR ORGANIZATIONS OF MINNESOTA-Continued

Membership

1916

Working
Hours

Daily Wages
Union Scale

Increase+ or Decrease in Wages

or Working Hours Since 1914

Fe-
male

Daily Weekly

Male
Dollars

Female
Dollars

50

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11
500
170

24
360
500
110
54
66
170
129
151
96
61

+90 cents a week.

8 48

4.00-5.00
9 54

2.75
9 54

4.05
8-10 48-600 2.40-4.00
10.5 65 1 2.50-3.00

9 541 3.50-4.50
4-11 25-7710 2.60-4.50

5
8 44

4.40
8 44

5.60
8-10 48-59 4.30-4.50
8 44

3.50
S 443 4.00-5.00
8-9 480 1.68-2.70
8 4811 2.45-5.00
44

3.SO
541 2.52-3.69

501) 2.00-3.75
8 483 2.80-5.00
10 60

6.00
10 60 106.00
8 48

3.50
S
44

5.00
486 5.20-5.50
9 49 1 1.50-3.00
10 700 3.50-3.80
10 60

3.00
10 60

2.75
10 60

6.00
600 2.50-3.16
10 60 3.50-4.00
8 481 3.25-4.66
8 480 3.66-4.88

+7.5 cents an hour, -4 hours a week.
+one cent an hour.
+5% in wages.

58

+20 cents a day.

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LOCAL UNION

When Organized

Male

St. Paul-Continued
Lathers' Union No. 190.
Leather Workers' Union No. 19
Machinists' Association No. 112.
Machinists' Association No. 459.
Meat Cutters' Union No. 114
Molders' Union No. 232
Moving Picture Operators' Union No. 356.
Musicians' Union No. 30
Painters', Decorators' & Paperhangers' Union No. 61
Plasterers' & Cement Finishers' Union No. 20.
Plasterers' & Cement Finishers' Union No. 560.
Plasterer Tenders' Union No. 132
Plumbers' Union No. 34
Press Assistants' Union No. 55.
Pressmen's Union No. 29
Sheet metal Workers' Union No. 42
Sheet metal Workers' Union No. 154 (Railway).
Stage Employes' Union No. 20
Steam Fitters' and Helpers' Union No. 455
Steam Shovel & Dredgemen's Union No. 14.
Steam Shovel & Dredgemen's Union No. 580.
Stereotypers' Union No. 103
Stone Cutters' Union.
Stone Masons' Union No. 19,
Suspender Workers' Union No. 10128
Switchmens' Union No. 31.
Tailors' Union No. 88
Team Drivers' Union No. 245,
Team Owners' Union No. 120.
Trainmen, Railway, No. 122
Trainmen Railway, No. 804.
Typographical Union No. 13 (German).
Typographical Union No. 30.

76
152

1898
1899
1891
1901
1902
1892
1914
1897
1899
1899
1911
1915
1888
1902
1884
1893
1904
1894
1904
1914
1915
1910
1887
1904
1901
1898
1884
1900
1900
1887
1908
1887
1882

150
*80
17
25
30
126

121
105
200
200
315
158

23
415

Totals.

10,510

Duluth-
Bakers' Union No. 59
Barbers' Union No. 67

1916
1892

45 112

101 10.51

60 2.66-3.66 65.51 22.50

+10% in wages..

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Bartenders' Union No. 574

1911 140

541

3.00 Bill Posters' Union No. 48.

1910 11 48 0 3.00-3.50

+$2 a week. Blacksmiths' Union No. 23

1906 24 9 53 2.88-4.32

+2.5 cents an hour. Boiler Makers' Union No. 165.

1895
52

9-10 54-60 0 3.60-4.23
Bookbinders' Union No. 81

1900
11

8 480 3.00-3.50
Boot & Shoe Repairers' Union No. 473

1911

600 2.00-3.00
Brewers' Union No. 133

1899

138

2 9 54

2.75

1.50 Bricklayers' Union No. 3

1890 92

48
6.40

+5 cents an hour.
Bridge & Structural Iron Workers' Union No. 32

1892
18

48

5.00
Broom Makers' Union No. 52

1915
6

@ 2.50-4.50
Cabinet Makers Union No. 1284

+5% in wages.
1916
181

10 60 (102.75
Carmen, Railway, No. 124.

1901 97

10 59 0 2.15-2.65 Carpenters' Union No. 361.

1886
425
8 48
4.401

+7.5 cents an hour.
Cigar Makers' Union No. 294

1886
63
8 48

103.50
Clerks' Union, Post Office, No. 142

1916
12

8 54 103.00
Clerks' Union, Retail, No. 3.

1901
42

9 581 2.00-5.00 Conductors, Order of Railway, No. 336.

1888 43

10 701 4.24-5.45 Cooks' and Waiters' Association No. 600.

1914
63

11-15 80-1000 2.00-4.00
Electrical Workers' Union No. 31

1891
100

8 480 2.50-4.00 Engineers, Locomotive, No. 395.

1893 73

10 700 4.25-5.15 Engineers, National Association of, No. 3.

1885

67
Firemen & Enginemen, Locomotive, No. 519

1894
187

10 700 2.75-4.15 Horseshoers' Union No. 69.

1905 16 9 53 4.00

+50 cents a day.
Industrial Workers of the World, No. 245 (Marine) 1916

100
Lathers' Union No. 12.

1900
27
8 48 0 1.75-5.00

-50 cents a day. Longshoremen's Union No. 12.

1891 168

10 60 Longshoremen's Union No. 64.

1896
300
10 700 4.00-5.00

+7.5 cents an hour.
Machinists' Association No. 274.

1902
75

9-10 54-600 3.50-4.09
Meat Cutters' Union No. 12

1887
73

10 641 2.50-3.50 Molders' Union No. 315.

1901
14

9-10 54-601 3.00-3.50
Musicians' Union No. 18.

1896

154
Painters' Decorators' & Paperhangers' Union No. 106. 1887

170
8 44
4.20

+5 cents an hour.
Photo Engravers' Union No. 62

1911
10
8.75 48

3.83
Plasterers' Union No. 53.

1889
43
8 44-48

5.60
Plumbers' Union No. 11.

1891
70

44

5.00
Pressmen & Assistants' Union No. 76

1908
36

48 2.00-5.00
Sheetmetal Workers' Union No. 32

1896
32

48

4.00
Stage Employes' Union No. 32.

1902
63
56 3.50-5.00

+10% in wages. Stone Masons' Union No. 4.

1897
61
8 48
5.60

+10 cents an hour.
Switchmen's Union, No. 28

1898

26 10-12 70-75

3.50 Tailors' Union No. 97

1889
48
10 60

3.00 23.00
Team Drivers' Union No. 172

1916
160
10 60
2.50

+25 cents a day. Team Owners' Union No. 183.

1916
75

10 60
Tile Layers' and Helpers' Union No. 83

1913
12
8 483 2.50-4.50

+50 cents a day.
Trainmen, Railway, No. 569

1898
*127

10 70'0 2.82-3.48
No report received, membership taken from report of two years ago.

-Stonemasons, $5.20; marble setters, $5.50.
-Minimum and maximum.

-Low wage for helpers.
Minimum

-Average. Musicians have schedule of prices for dances, parades and entertainments ranging from $3 to $6.

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