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U. S. DEPARTMENT OP LABOR

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
ROYAL MEEKER, Commissioner

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W A G E S AND HOURS OF LABOR
IN T H E S L A U G H T E R I N G A N D
M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y , 1917




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AUGUST, 1919

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1919




CONTENTS.
Page.
Introduction.................................................................................................................................
5 ,6
Explanation of scope and method........................................................................................
6, 7
Summary of rates of wages, hours worked, earnings, and classified rates,
by departments and occupations, in establishments with weekly pay
rolls and with biweekly pay rolls............................................................................
8, 35
Classified hours worked and earnings, by departments and occupations, in
the 74 establishments having weekly pay rolls..................................................36-60
61
Occupations.......................................................................... ......................................................
Hours.............................................................................................................................................. 61, 62
Guaranties to employees......................................................................................................... 62, 63
Female employees...................................................................................................................... 63, 64
Wage increases in 1917.............................................................................................................
64
Inspection of animals and meats.......................................................................................... 64-66
Explanation of tables...........................^.................................................................................. 67-69
General Table A .— Average rate of wages per hour, average number of hours
worked and average earnings per week, average earnings per hour, and
classified hourly rates, by divisions and establishments....................................... 70-689
General Table B .— Number of employees in specified departments earning
each classified amount per week, by classified number of hours worked per
week in establishments with weekly pay rolls..................................................... 690-1073
Description of departments and occupations:
Cattle-killing department...................................................................................... 1075-1081
Hog-killing department.......................................................................................... 1081-1085
Sheep-killing department...................................................................................... 1085-1089
Offal department (other than hides and casings).......................................... 1089-1092
Hide department....................................................................................................... 1092,1093
Casing department.................................................................................................... 1093,1094
Fresh-beef department............................................................................................ 1095-1099
Fresh-pork department.......................................................................................... 1099-1102
Lard and oleo oil department............................................................................... 1102-1105
Sausage department................................................................................................. 1105-1107
Cured-meat department.......................................................................................... 1107-1109
Meat-canning department...................................................................................... 1109-1114




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BULLETIN OF THE

U. S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS.
WASHINGTON.

NO. 252.

AUGUST, 1919.

WAGES AND HOURS OF LABOR IN THE SLAUGHTERING AND
MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY, 1917.
INTRODUCTION.

The objects of this report are, primarily, to show rates of wages,
hours worked, and earnings of employees in this industry, by occupa­
tions, for one plant pay-roll period in 1917, and to describe or define
the work of the employees in the various occupations for which data
are shown.
The industry has increased in importance and size until it is now the
largest engaged in manufacturing food products, and is also one of the
largest and most important in the United States. It has become an
actual necessity to the people of the country, not only to those in the
large centers of population, but also to those in the smaller cities and
towns. They are to a very large extent absolutely dependent upon
the packing plants for cattle, hog, and sheep products.
The following table, compiled from the United States Census reports,
shows the growth and importance of the industry, in value of products,
average number of persons employed, average number of wage
earners, amount paid to wage earners, average earnings per year of
wage earners, and the number of cattle, calves, sheep and lambs,
and hogs killed in each of the years 1899,1904,1909, and 1914:
T a b l e 1.— A N IM A L S S L A U G H T E R E D , V A L U E

OF P R O D U C T S , P E R S O N S E M P L O Y E D ,
A N D W A G E S P A ID , E T C ., IN S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G I N D U S T R Y ,
U N IT E D S T A T E S , 1899, 1904, 1909, A N D 1914.
[From Census of Manufactures: 1S14.

Year.

1 89 9 ...
1 90 4 ...
1 90 9 ...
1 91 4 ...

Value of
products
(in thou­
sands).

A ver­
age
num ­
ber of
persons
em ­
ployed.

$783,779
0)
913,915 87,077
1,355,544 105,971
1,651,965 121,729

Average
number
of wage
earners
em ­
ployed.

68,386
74,134
87,813
98,832

1 Number not available.




V ol. II, Slaughtering and Meat Packing, pp. 318 and 328.]

Am ount Average
paid to
yearly
wage
earnings
earners
of wage
(in thou­
earners.
sands).

§33,392
40,327
50,404
62,136

$488.29
543.97
573.99
628.70

Num ber cf animals slaughtered.

Cattle.

Calves.

5,525,824
883,857
7,147,835 1,568,130
8,114,860 2,504,728
7,149,042 2,019,004

Sheep and
lambs.

Hogs.

9,110,172
10,875,339
2 12,288,725
2 15,951,860

30,595,522
30,977,639
33,870,616
34,441,913

2 Including goats and kids.

5

6

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Inasmuch as conservation of food products has become of vital
importance, it may be proper to call attention to the fact, shown by the
figures above, that the slaughter of calves in this country increased
from 883,857 in 1899 to 2,504,728 in 1909, or 183.3 per cent in 10
years, and also that there was a decrease in the number of cattle
slaughtered from 1909 to 1914. This seems clearly to indicate that
the available supply of cattle has been reduced by the great increase
in the slaughter of calves.

EXPLANATION OF SCOPE AND METHOD.
In 1917 agents of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, under the super­
vision of the chief statistician of the bureau, visited the largest and
most important slaughtering and meat-packing plants throughout
the United States, for the purpose of obtaining statistical information
covering the wages, hours, earnings, and working conditions of em­
ployees in this industry.
Data were obtained from 83 plants, including the largest and most
important as well as a very few small plants. Seventy-four of the 83
plants pay employees weekly, seven pay every two weeks, one pays
semimonthly, and one pays monthly. The pay-roll periods for which
data are shown are not identical, but are all in the first half of 1917,
beginning early in January and ending about July 1. These plants
represent a very large per cent of the industry. The following table
gives the number of plants, number of employees, amount paid to
employees, and number of animals slaughtered, classified by length
of pay-roll period:
T able 2.—N U M B E R OF P L A N T S , O F E M P L O Y E E S , A N D OF A N IM A L S S L A U G H T E R E D ,

A N D A M O U N T OF W A G E S P A ID , B Y L E N G T H O F P A Y -R O L L P E R IO D .
Num ber c f animals slaughtered.
Pay-roll period.

W eek ly .............................
Biw eekly..........................
Sem im onthly...................
M onthly............................

Number
N um ber
of
of
plants. employees.

74
7
1
1

178,117
7,702
253
143

Am ount
paid to
employees.

'S I ,231,792.74
235,595.93
6,103. 24
8,222.63

Cattle.

142,431
31,466
165
639

Calves.

37,811
2,614
3
62

Sheep
and
lambs.
128,421
42,990
14

Hogs.

486,148
140,587
5,748
4,518

1 For 72 establishments; 2 not reported.

Rates of wages, hours worked, and earnings were copied from the
pay rolls by the agents. This was done after timekeepers and foremen
of the plants had carefully noted the occupation or occupations at
which each employee had worked during one pay-roll period. If an
employee had worked at more than one occupation, each occupation
was noted and the time worked at each was, if obtainable, also noted,
and if different rates were paid for the various kinds of work done,
the rate for each kind was stated.




E X P L A N A T IO N OF SCOPE AND M E T H O D .

7

All the plants visited cooperated with the agents to the fullest
extent, giving them permission to visit the various departments, see
employees at work, converse freely with foremen and other employees,
and obtain explanations and descriptions of the various operations
in the regular order of performance. For this information and the
very courteous treatment received from the officials and employees
of the plants due acknowledgment and thanks are here expressed.
The work in the industry is diversified owing to the fact that it
begins with live animals and ends only when every process necessary
to change them into the various meat products and by-products
has been completed. The plants in the industry have various depart­
ments, differing in various ways, due principally to size, equipment,
arrangement, and housing conditions. Some plants have well-defined
departments while others do not. It was therefore necessary to
standardize them as nearly as possible by separating each plant into
departments according to kind and character of work done.
Plants have been divided into the following departments:
!. Cattle-killing department.
2. Hog-killing department.
3. Sheep-killing department (including in this department employ­
ees in plants where the sheep-killing gang also kill and dress
calves).
4. Offal department, divided into three divisions:
(a) All offal except hides and casings (heads, tongues, livers,
hearts, feet, paunches, oxtails, bones, and fat).
(b) Hides.
(c) Casings.
5. Fresh-beef department (cooling, cutting, trimming, packing,
icing, and shipping).
6. Fresh-pork department (cooling, cutting, trimming, packing,
icing, and shipping).
7. Lard and oleo oil department.
8. Sausage department.
9. Cured-meat department.
10. Canning department.
The above departments include practically all productive employ­
ees in the industry who are engaged in producing food for human
consumption from live animals. Other employees who are necessary
to the operation, repair, and upkeep of the plants and the transaction
of business are shown in Table A as “ Nonproductive or miscellaneous
employees” and as “ Office employees.” Employees in the box
factories, the brush, cooper, tin, and other shops in which the output
is new, and not repair work, and employees in the butterine, mince­
meat, produce, extract, soap, curled hair, wool, fertilizer, or bone
departments are not tabulated.




8

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

S U M M A R Y OF RATES OF W A G E S , H OU RS W O R K E D , EAR N IN G S, AND
CLASSIFIED R ATES, BY D EPAR T M EN TS AN D OCCUPATIONS, IN ESTAB­
LIS H M E N T S W IT H W E E K LY PAY ROLLS AND W IT H BIW E EKLY PAY
ROLLS.

General Table A (pp. 70 to 689) shows for each establishment, the
number of employees in each occupation, the average rate of wages
per hour, average hours worked and average earnings in a single pay­
roll period of 1 week, 2 weeks, one-half month, or 1 month, average
hourly earnings, and classified hourly rates of wages by departments
and divisions. This table is so long that it is extremely difficult to
make comparisons between occupations. Therefore Table 3, which
is a summary of Table A by departments and occupations, is pre­
sented here. It shows in one group all occupations for each depart­
ment in regular order for establishments which pay employees weekly
and in another group those for establishments which pay employees
every two weeks. A total is shown for all occupations in each depart­
ment and for each total cumulative percentages are entered, which
give the per cent of employees below a specified classification. The
total for the cattle-killing department shows that 62 of the 74 estab­
lishments which pay employees weekly have employees who slaughter
cattle; that 3,441 employees were so employed at the time data were
obtained for these establishments; that 50 of them were paid under
20 cents per hour, 299 were piaid 20 and under 22J cents per hour^ and
so on by a spread of 2^ cents per hour up to 60 cents per hour and
over, the highest rate being paid to 37 employees. The cumulative
percentages are computed from these figures to the nearest one-half
per cent. The 50 employees who were paid under 20 cents per hour
are 1 per cent of 3,441, the total employees at all rates. The 50 at
under 20 cents per hour plus 299 at 20 and under 22\ equal 349, or
10 per cent, at under 22\ cents per hour. The percentages for other
classifications are computed in like manner, and show that 49 per
cent, or approximately one-half of all employees in the cattle-killing
department, were paid under 27J cents per hour, and that only 1
per cent were paid 60 cents per hour and over.




T a b l e 3.—AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W OR K ED A N D A V ER A G E E ARNINGS IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PE R IO D ,

AVERAGE EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY R A TE S, B Y D EPA R TM E N T AN D OCCUPATION.
MALES: W EEKLY P A Y-R O L L PERIOD.

Department and occupation.

Aver­
Num­
ber of ber of age rate
of
estab­
em­
wages
lish­
ployees.
per
ments.
hour.

Aver­ Aver­
age
age
earn­
hours
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­
roll
roll
period. period.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20 22\ 25 27§ 30 32J 35 37£ 40 42i 45 47J 50 52J 55 57i
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 60
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
20. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
22J. 25. 27J. 30. 32i. 35. 37§. 40. 42*. 45. 47£. 50. 52£. 55. 57£. 60.

CATTLE KILLING.

67
67
48
27
2
100
65
87
153
4
7
53
209

$0,252
.290
.262
.360
.334
.366
.255
.278
.306
.315
.249
.306
.566

56.7
50.3
47.8
49.9
34.5
50.5
49.5
48.8
49.9
44.9
51.1
49.8
49.1

$14.33
14.68
13.20
18.04
19.89
19.25
13.19
13.69
15.85
15.41
12.57
15.74
27.45

$0,253
.292
.276
.361
.576
.381
.266
.280
.318
.343
.246
.316
.559

30
15
33
30
7
48
28
22
46
54
10
48
42
53
34

45
20
93
47
10
75
78
68
74
95
21
104
99
124
54

.289
.266
.254
.269
.258
.443
.335
.261
.510
.321
.311
.398
.321
.595
.361

50.0
52.1
49.0
54.5
48.6
50.2
50.9
51.5
50.4
50.8
55.5
50.6
51.4
50.5
51.3

14.85
13.94
12.94
15.39
12.51
23.20
17.30
13.74
25.44
16.49
17.03
20.04
16.62
29.75
18.38

.297
.268
.264
.283
.257
.462
.340
.267
.504
.324
.307
.396
.323
.589
.358

1 At 15 and under 17£ cents.

12

27
10
18
1

3
19
7
1

8
23
3
3

1
22
2
4

3
21
34
5

1

3
2

4
9
39
42
4
4
5

14
4
9
80

4
21

15
3
9
1

6
1
2

11
21

5

3
1
15
2
1
8
2

1
2
21
12
1
1
2
3
1

1
3
1

3
9
32
15
4
1
1
35
2
4
2
3
3

17
6
16
12
4

19

1
6
1
2
2
2
3

1
3
1
10

1
3
6

1

30

35

3

7

2
4

6

2

19
3

9

3
3

5

3
4

2

1

1

1

3

1

8

1

16
1

18
1

8

8

1

3
2

1

2
1

21

23
1

7

4

2

4

7
3

3
1

1

1

3

2

2

17
2
5
2

1
3
2

9
4

4
2

6
4
1
38
9
2
21

2
6
1
40
4
1
21

1

1

3

1

3

44

44

14

1

3
32
3
1
33
8
4
44

12

3

2
34
1

101

3
1
2

61

TABLES,




24
48
30
22
2
54
38
32
52
3
5
36
59

SUMMARY

Drivers and penners..............
Knockers................................
Shacklers or slingers..............
Stickers....................................
Head holders...........................
Headers....................................
Droppers and pritchers-up..
Foot skinners..........................
Leg breakers........................... .
Rippers-open..........................
Gullet raisers.......................... .
Caul p u lle rs .......................... .
Floormen or siders..................
Breast or brisket breakers
and sawyers......................... .
Crotch breakers......................
Hoisters...................................
Tail rippers and pullers. . . . .
Bung droppers.......................
Rum pers................................. .
Fell cutters.............................
Fell pullers and beaters........
Backers....................................
Gutters....................................
Shank skinners......................
Hide droppers........................
Tail sawyers............................
Splitters...................................
Chuck splitters....................... .

19
1
3 **38'
4
2
3
35
1
1
2
1
2

2

6

A t 17i and under 20 cents.
CD

T able 3.—AVERAGE R A TES OF WAGES P E R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W ORKED, A N D AVERAGE E A RN IN G S IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PER IO D ,
AVERAGE EA RN IN G S PE R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES, B Y D E PA R TM EN T A N D OCCUPATION—Continued.

M
©

MALES: WEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.
Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—

Aver­ Aver­
age
age
earn­
hours
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­
roll
roll
period. period.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20
Un­ and
der un­
20. der
22*.

22* 25
and and
un­ un­
der der
25. 27*.

27* 30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 32*.

32*
35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

212

163

161

47

33

38

32

87

88

89

90

37| 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40. 42*.

42* 45
and and
un­ un­
der der
45. 47*.

47* 50
and and
un­ un­
der der
50. 52*.

52* 55 57*
and and and 60
un­ un­ un­ and
der der der over.
55. 57*. 60.

CATTLE KILLING—concluded.

62

$0.266
.275
.349
.234
.377
.294
.232
.228

56.4
54.3
55.8
51.0
47.1
51.0
47.8
43.3

$15.26
14.80
19.59
12.12
18.34
14.72
11.41
10.96

$0.271
.273
.351
.237
.390
.289
.238
.253

3,441

.342

50.0

15.93

.319

58

299

728

592

359

10

5 50

Cumulative per cen t.

220

31

49

59

70

76

81

85

1Q
16 740

607

696

322

281

117

63

79

87

151
91

HOG KILLING.

Total................
Cumulative per cent.




1,401
141
76
313
234
892
88
214
59
152
90
63
148
204
201

.304
.356
.293
.284
.290
.346
.338
.327
.368
.298
.248
.278
.328
.239

46.9
48.9
51.7
51.9
51.3
48.5
51.1
50.9
52.6
51.9
52.6
45.2
50.1
53.7
45.8

11.14
14.56
18.30
15.26
14.49
14.07
17.46
17.23
17.21
18.92
15.55
11.34
13.92
17.71
11.03

4,276

.279

49.0

13.77

.238
.298
.354
.294
.282
.290
.342
.338
.327
.364
.296
.251
.278
.330
.241

INDUSTRY,

Laborers 6...................
Shacklers....................
Stickers.......................
Scalderss.....................
Hookers-on^...............
Shavers and scrapers.
Headers.......................
Gutters u .....................
Ham facers.................
Spatters......................
Leaf-lard pullers........
Leaf-lard scrapers____
Trimmers u .................
Utility m en................ .
Truckers..................... .

37

MEAT-PACKING

Total.

38
106
62
376
30
88
740
105

AN
D

Scribers.......................
Trimmers...................
U tility m en i..............
Washers and wipers..
Butchers, general___
Tonguers....................
Laborers.....................
Truckers....... . *.........

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Num­ Num ­ Aver­
age rate
ber of
of
estab­ ber of
em­
lish­
ployees
per
ments.
hour.

81

1244

31

49

100 100 100 100 100

SHEEP KILLING.

Laborers18.........................

2«0

Shacklers..............................

42
15
15
17
93

Stickers..............................
Joint breakers............ ........

Total,.
Cumulative per cent.........

102
41
84
56
17

12
63
18
34
15

112
25

.202
.327
.341
.428
.309
.299
.265
.237
.311
.297
.204
.398
.250

12
54

36

1,107

.310

.237

14 15

31
J2

168
17

2

1
5
21

2
4
6

1
2
4
3
3
3
44
1

44.6
43.6
47.5
52.9
51.4
46.7
4S. 0
51.2
47.8
49.5
51.9
61,7
37.0
53.5
49.5
49.2
51.0
50.5
48.5
42.5

16.22
17.45
21.64
15.33
15.36
16.03
8.96
16.52
15.03
13.46
20.62
12.06
16.50
23.51

.293
.273
.273
.272
.338
.340
.453
.310
.236
.260
. 242
.309
.304
.274
.404
.251
.340
.553

2

3
16
4
7
2
15
5
1
3
4
9
3
1
3
3
1

47.0

14.86

,316 “ 15

48

263

195

100

112

1

6

29

47

56

66

10.57
11.43
13.90
14.45
14.02

12.68

.202

33

1
2
10
13

2
2
10

11
9
1
12

1
12

1

63
15
3
3
5
45

8

23
6
1
1
6
8
1
1
2
2

1
2

2

1 ........ I " ” *
1
1
2
5
5 " T
40
17
16
2 39
1
1
1
1
li
3
1
8
2

1

1

2

38

36

2
!■
1

9

30

!

4
2 " V

1 1
6

9

2

1
1
11

4

92 J 95 1 97 J 98
1

98

"'8

57

55

70

75

si" 1 87

1

1

35 j 2 2

1
10

99

1
10

1
1

3

19
2 1

19




TABLES,

1 Include handy men, straw bosses, and all-round men.
2 A t 174 and under 20 cents,
8 2 at 12J and under 15 cents; 6 at 15J and under 17; 28 at 171 and under 20 cents.
< 1 at 15 and under 17%cents; 5 at 17J and under 20 cents.
b 2 at 12£ and under 15 cents; 8 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 40 at 17£ and under 20 cents
« Include drivers, penners, steamers, singers, washers, and aitch-bone breakers.
7 4 at 12J and under 15; 11 at 15 and under 17J; 25 at 17| and under 20 cents.
8 Include tubmen, gamb-cutters, droppers, polemen, and duckers.
•Include also hookers-off, hangers-off, straighteners, and feeders, chain.
10 Include also rippers-open and bung droppers.
1 Include bruise trimmers, head removers, and kidney pullers.
1
12 4 at 12£ and under 15; 11 at 15 and under 17£; 29 at 17| and under 20 cents.
13Include drivers, penners, holders, shovers, hookers-on to conveyors, hangers-up of racks, and squilgeers.
141 at 12\ and under 15; 4 at 15 and under 17|; 10 at 17$ and under 20 cents.
is Include hookers-up, fore quarters and hind legs, jaw skinners, raisers and tiers of weasands, cutters-ofi of toes, cod punchers, shoulder punchers, leg rollers, leg crossers, and
shank pinners.
1 Include also back pullers.
6
17 Include also washers and wipers.
1 Include also neck trimmers.
8
19 Include spellers, handy men, and all-round men.

SUMMARY

Scalpers,............................
Miscellaneous workers 15.,
Lexers (fore and hind)___
Brisket or breast pullers...
Facers................................
Bumpers1 .........................
6
Brisket or breast splitters..
Pelt droppers, , , ..... , ........
Scrubbers n .......................
Caul pullers— .................
Gutters..............................
Headers18..........................
Dressers.............................
Luggers...,........ ..............
Utility men19.......... .........
Sheep or calf butchers.......

.231
.254
. 224
.275
.272

T able 3

.—
AVERAGE

R A TES OF W AGES P E R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W ORKED, A ND A V ERAGE EARN IN G S IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PE R IO D ,
AVERAGE EA RN IN G S P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY R A T E S, BY D EPA R TM E N T A ND OCCUPATION—Continued.

h
-i
tO

MALES: W E E K L Y P A Y -R O L L PE R IO D —Continued.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—

SO.324
.265
.279
.262
.284
.232

20
Un­ and
der un­
20. der
22J.

221 25
and and
un­ un­
der der
25. 271.

27J 30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 321.

321 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 371.

371 40 421 45
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
40. 421. 45. 471.

471 50
and and
un­ un­
der der
50. 521.

521 55
and and
un­ un­
der der
55. 571.

57|
and 60
un­ and
der over.
60.

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES
AND CASINGS).

Total...............................

44
59
68
31
36
42

158
279
1,307
60
118
686

SO.330
.269
.282
.258
.286
.231

50.6
53.4
52.5
48.9
60.6
52.7

$16.37
14.17
14.64
12.80
17.23
12.22

44
50
41
53
27
39
41
21
10

94
247
254
186
64
162
127
45
19

.263
.258
.239
.250
.271
.429
.293
.268
.272

52.7
49.5
51.2
52.9
64.2
51.7
50.0
4S.0
57.3

14.05
12.76
12.44
13.51
17.52
21.12
14.41
12.37
15.77

.267
84
.258
.243
33
97
.255
.273
.409 '*3 2'
.288 li 9
.258
51
.275

71

3,806

.273

52.5

14.25

.271 ^ 66

11
73
177
12
12
477

33
86
449
19
30
133

19
43
250
10
31
10

33
30
184
6
23

18
9
52
4
15

8
2
42
1
2

19
68
120
42
16
11
12
9
2

36
78
76
62
24
9
47
15
7

18
35
19
22
16
8
15
5
7

7
16
7
5
3
5
7
1
2

2
4
1
2

6
1

262 1061 1104

508

329

12
35 " i 9
58
<20
7
61
1
U2
54
6
33
28
37

...„
9
6

2

Cumulative per c e n t ..............

9

36

66

79

87

3
2
10

8
2
17

2

1
2

1

5

1

1

1
1

2

5

5

4
4
18

1

3

1
1

.17
4
2

1
6
1
2
1

10
3

10
5
4

14
2

3
4
15
4

130

73

33

51

31

36

17

17

12

91

93

94

95

96

97

97

98

98

15

11

1

4

Inspectors14..............................
Spreaders and salters..............
Laborers....................................

56
43
42

202
234
805

.282
.260
.234

56.5
55.2
45.2

16.36
14.58
10.73

.290
.264
.237 *10

5
8
110

20
42
487

44
93
160

73
88
33

29
3
5

Total................................

60

1,241

.247

48.9

12.36

.253 isiO

123

549

297

194

37

35

11

1

4

1

11

55

79

95

97

99

100

100

100




4

1

1
2

HIDES.

Cumulative per cent................

1
3
4

2

6

..... .....

6
3

9
1

7
1

2

5
1

22
3

8

14

54

98 ' 99

INDUSTRY,

Chiselers, checkers and tem­
pi ers .......................................
Machine operators2.................
Trimmers..................................
Pluck trimmers.......................
Insnectors6................................
Laborers....................................
Rippers-open of paunches
and pecks......... ....................
W ash ers....................................
Truckers ..................................
Tripe washers...........................
Tripe scalders and cookers - . .
Tripe scrapers and finishers..
Pigs’ feet shavers10.................
Toe pullers12.............................
Finishers ..................’...............

MEAT-PACKING

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

AN
D

Aver­ Aver­
age
age
hours
earn­
worked ings
inpaf in pay­
roll
period. period.

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Aver­
Num ­
Num­ age rate
ber of
ber of
of
estab­
em­
wages
lish­
ployees. per
ments.
hour.

1

621
306
601
119
157
66
192
309

.297
.260
.310
.259
.266
.275
.277
.279

53.1
53.3
53.9
52.2
55.5
58.7
58.3
53.4

15.68
13.96
16.76
13.74
14.85
16.59
16.18
14.95

.295
.262
.311
.263
.267
.283
.278
.280

31
423
312
51

.272
.226
.236

56.6
52.5
53.6
48.7

15.22
14.44
12.22
11.63

.275 21 23
.228 22 15
51
.239

3,188

.278

53.8

15.01

.279

*65

Cumulative per cent..........................................................................................

2

Casing pullers or runners___
Strippers..................................
Fatters and slimers................
Turners....................................
Inspectors i8............................
Measurers and bunchers___
Salters and packers................
Trimmers of casings.............
Blowers and tiers of bladders
andweasands......................
General workers.....................
Laborers..................................
Truckers..................................
Total..

1
13

16

170

17

843
26

52

69

87

94

96

18

16

97

97

98

24

18
99

19

99

SUMMARY




TABLES,

11 at 15 and under 17| cents; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents.
2
Include skull splitters or choppers, jawbone pullers, knockers-out of teeth or grinders-out of teeth, head or turbinated bone grinders, sawyers of horns, shanks or shin bones,
snout pullers, and marrow blowers.
8At 17£ and under 20 cents.
41 at 10 and under 12J cents; 10 at 15 and under 17J cents; 9 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
6At 15 and under Yl\ cents.
6Include graders, slunk skinners, utility men, and spell men.
73 at 15 and under 17J cents; 9 at 17J and under 20 cents.
81 at 12J and under 15cents; 2 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents.
* 1 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 6 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
10Include cleaners, scrapers, and singers.
113 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 6 at 17J and under 20 cents.
1 Include feet splitters and trimmers.
2
182 at 12J and under 15 cents; 23 at 15 and under 17^ cents; 41 at 17J and under 20 cents.
1 Include also trimmers and graders.
4
1 7 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 3 at 17J and under 20 cents.
5
161 at 15 and under 17| cents; 4 at 17| and under 20 cents.
1 At 10 and under 12^ cents.
7
1 Include blowers and graders.
8
191 at 15 and under 17J cents; 3 at 17J and under 20 cents.
2 1 at 12J and under 15 cents; 2 at 15 and under 17^ cents; 1 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
0
2 22 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents.
1
2 6 at 15 and under 17J cents; 9 at 17^ and under 20 cents.
2
, 2 3 at 10 and under 12| cents; 36 at 15 and under 17J cents; 26 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
3
•

T a b l e 3 — AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PE R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W ORKED, A N D AVERAGE EARNINGS IN SPEC IFIED PAY-ROLL PER IO D ,

AVERAGE EARNINGS PE R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY R ATES, B Y DEPA R TM EN T A ND OCCUPATION—Continued.
MALES: WEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.

Num­
ber of
ern-

Aver­
Aver- Aver­
age
ige rate age
earn­
hours
of
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­
per
roll
roll
hour.
period. period.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour w ereAver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20
Cin­ and
der un­
20. der
221.

221 25
and and
un­ un­
der der
25. 271.

27i
30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 321.

32* 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37J.

371 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40. 42J.

421 45
50 521 55 571
and and and and and and and 60
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der over.
45. 47§. 50. 521. 55. 571. 60.

FRESH BEEF.

53.8
41.1
56.1
59.5
57.4
58.2

18.35
20.78
16.34
17.97
17.50
16.43

.341
.505
.291
.302
.305

797
915
291
34

.255
.231
.251
.492

57.5
54.6
67.4
58.6

14.72
12.63
16.93
24.62

.256
.231
.251
.420

62

6.458

.270

55.7

14.84

.266 5 48

1
257 1733
37

1
8
2
3
1
«4
22

51
98

1
2
49
24
15
7

2
514
92
11

14
11
124
49
175 111
1
4‘

4
11 ‘ *22’
74
30
30
36
32
30
15
24

4

36
15
33
27
6

9

5

8
30

65

17
33
1
28
43
5

19
23
1
21
26

7

6
2
23
3
5
5

10

1
13
2

3
2

.....
3

4

12
1
2

15
3

12
1

15

21

20
2

165
12

188

4

1

419
119
239

128
28
14
1

48
2
5
4

5

4

7

2

421 2702 5166

623

355

1
’86

169

45

25

17

24

18

13

15

21

22

95

95

96

96

96

96

97

97

1
18
12

1
1
16

12

1
15

3

1
11

1
9

7
1

2

136
664
33

1

Cumulative per cent..-

1

7

49

73

83

88

91

94

95

257

833
1

366
11
3
3
48

177
11
13
9
44

32
22
9
5
23

6
3
5
8
13

3

1

2
14
11

23
8

3
5
4
5

14
10
7
6

4

9
27
12

6
11
2

11

FRESH PORK.
Laborers .
Ham and shoulder sawyers...
Ham cutters-off.....................
Ham trimmers........................
Ham boners.............................
Choppers-off, shoulders and
ribs........................................
Shoulder trimmers.................
Shoulder boners......................
Butt pullers.............................




1,703
48
34
84
273

.238
.291
.310
.372
.394

51.6
54.9
54.7
52.8
50.2

12.36
15.87
16.67
19.61
18.34

.239 7 26
.289
.304
.374
.366

45
74
53
29

.332
.321
.317
.269

53.7
48.9
47.1
49.7

18.47
15.93
15.26
13.34

.344
.326
.324

16
2
10

18
26
8

7

2

25

INDUSTRY,

.343
.522
.291
.295
.305
.274

48
434
202
185
188

*

$0.316
.236 i 40
.300 22
.263

MEAT-PACKING

$19.01
13.18
17.27
16.40

$0.310
.235
.294
.265

AND

Total..

60.1
55.8
57.5
62.3

42
1,725
523
16

Ribbers.....................................
Laborers...........*.......................
Luggers and lifters..................
Sawyers, power.......................
Ham facers, strippers and
markers..................................
Boners.......................................
Trimmers..................................
Utility men8.............................
Cutters and general butchers.
Graders.....................................
Packers, meat runners, order
men, and stowers................
Truckers...................................
Freezer and temperature men
Calf skinners.......................

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

37
56
123

.295
.320
.317

47.9
50.9
50.7

14.13
16.31
16.18

.295
.320
.319

377
338
109

.291
.317
.309
.265

50.2
51.0
58.6
55.9

14.71
16.07
18.17
14.91

.293
.315 8 10
.310
.267 io*5

514
437

.245
.235

53.3
49.6

13.13
11.64

.246 u 13
.235
26

4,554

Scribe sawyers.........................
Loin pullers..............................
B ibbers......................................
T r im m ers, and ham and
shoulder skinners................
Trimmers of trimmings..........
U tility m en9.............................
Small-order m en......................
Packers, nailers, and car
stowers...................................
Truckers....................................

.272

21

.271 1 61
2

1309

702

12

Total..
Cumulative per cent..

40

77

244

663

211

18

55

381

233

31

126
94

95

86

97

100

100

21

10

19

100

99

99

31

S
O

LARD AND OLEO OIL.

68

53.4
62.9
59.8
57.0
61.4
56.6
44.9
52.8

12.41
17.45
15.90
13.81
17.17
16.74
6.25
13.33

.232 is 29
.277 2 1
.266
.242
.279 22
.296
.139 so 24
.253

1,813

.244

55. 3

13.61

.246 2188

Cumulative per cent.........................................................................................................

5

12

13

79

91

99

48.

10
100

1 1 at 12| an(i under 15 cents; 20 at 15 and under 17J cents; 19 at 17J and under 20 cents.
2 A t 17| and under 20 cents.
s Include also handy men, spellers, assistant foremen, and straw bosses.
41 at 10 and under 12| cents; 1 at 15 and under 17^ cents: 2 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
H at 10 and under 12|- cents; 1 at 12| and under 15 cents; 20 at 15 and under 17;J cents; 23 at 17* and under 20 cents.
e Include shovers, spacers, counters, cutters-down, block tenders, sawyers off of feet, wrappers, machine tenders, skin bundlers, and temperature men,
? 3 at 12| and under 15cents; 4 at 15 and under 17^ cents; 19 at 17J and under 20 cents,
s 5 at 15 and under I7f cents; 5 at 17* and under 20 cents.
9 Include handy men, all-round men, assistant foremen, and straw bosses.
1 2 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 3 at 17| and under 20 cents.
0
1 1 at 15 and under 17&cents; 12 at 17} and under 20 cents.
1
12 3 at 12| and under l5cents; 12 at 15 and under 17| cents: 46 at 17* and under 20 cents,
is 1 at 12J and under 15 cents; 12 at 15 and under 1% cents; 16 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
1 Include kettlemen, cookers, settlers, clariliers, skimmers, tank men, and oleo makers.
4
is Of tubs, tierces, pails, cans, barrels, and seeding trucks, including also solderers, crimpers, packers, and nailers.
i61 at 15 and under 17-J cents; 31 at 111 and under 20 cents.
17 Include also refiners.
is Include handy men. straw bosses, and assistant foremen.
19 Include also can washers, tub liners, and fillers.
2 19 at 10 and under 12* cents; 1 at 12% and under 15* cents; 3 at 15 and under 17^ cents; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents.
0
2 1 19 at 10 and under 12| cents; 2 at 12| and under 15 cents; 16 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 51 at 17* and under 20 cents.




TABLES,

Total.......................

.231
.276
.266
.242
.278
.291
.135
.252

SUMMARY

947
146
31
298
92
116
27
156

Laborers...........................
Melters14..........................
Roller m e n ......................
Fillers15...........................
Pum pers17
.......................
U tility m en 18..................
Labelers19.......................
Pressmen or wheelm en.

T a b le

3

—AVERAGE B A T E S OF WAGES P E R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W ORKED, A ND AVERAGE E A RN IN G S IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PER IO D ,
AVERAGE EA RN IN G S PE R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY R A TES, BY D EPA R TM E N T A N D OCCUPATION—Continued.

m
' C*

MALES: W EEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.
Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—

Aver­ Aver­
age
age
earn­
hours
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­
roll
roll
period. period.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

22* 25
and and
un­ un­
der der
25. 27*.

27* 30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 32*.

469

922

646

304

■
179

20

52

74

85

32* 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

37* 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40. 42*.

91

20
Un­ and
der un­
20. der
22*.

42*
45
50
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
45. 47*. 50. 52*.

52* 55 57*
and and and 60
un­ un­ un­ and
der der der
55. 57*.

SAUSAGE.

$0.230
.278
.241
.298
.241
.247
.228
.270
.282
.233
.291

51.4
56.3
55.3
51.7
50.5
50.0
56.9
59.7
62.7
54.8
60.9

$11.81
15.58
13.33
15.23
12.21
12.92
13.01
16.04
17.68
13.02
17.61

$0. 230
277
.241
.295
.242
.259
.229
.269
.282
.238
.289

2,863

.252

55.6

14.00

.252

12
32
no
62
8 25
102

MEAT-PACKING

TotaL.

146
267
110
461
118
10
1,032
126
97
385
111

AND

Truckers and forkers.
Cutters2.......................
Casing workers 4.........
Stuffers........................
Linkers?......................
Ropers9........................
Laborers11..................
Cookers........................
Smokers......................
Packers 13 ....................
Utility m e n 15.............

12 32
1415

31

Cumulative per cent..

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Num­ Num ­ Aver­
age rate
ber of ber of
of
estab­
em­
wages
lish­
ployees.
per
ments.
hour.

94

76

52
100

100

100

CURED MEAT.

TotaL.

Cumulative per cent..




530
2,558
739
494
446
636
90
231
1,030
425
7,179

.275
.236
.257
.264
.285
.257
.261
.271
.235

60.4
53.4
56.5
57.7
57.9
56.6
70.5
58.7
49.8
58.0

16.61
12.63
14.61
15.25
15.85
14.60
18.33
15.99
12.23
16.66

.275
.237 is 51
.259 2110
.264 3 11
31
.274
62
.258
31
.260
31
.272
5
.246 2 4
31
.287

55.2

14.04

7
.254 2 82

INDUSTRY,

Graders17................................
Laborers18...............................
Packers20................................
Overhaulers2 ..........................
2
Picklers23.................................
Rubbers, salters, and pilers.
Smokers...................................
Butchers24...............................
Truckers..................................
Utility men ™.........................

35
1551
181
103
81
177
18
27
512
27

52

538 2757 1890 1166
47

73

496

34

145

67

32

11

100 100 100 100

100

CANNING.

95121°— 19— Bull. 252-

Cookers...............................
Steam tenders...................
Washers of em pty cans..
Passers and pilers, c a n s ..
Trimmers, meat.................
Machine tenders................
' Staffers (meat into cans).
Cap setters.........................
Cappers...............................
Labelers and wrappers.. .
Packers...............................
General workers................

12
11
2
7
4
12
6
2
13
5
9
8

44
50
14
68
43
101
100
5
180
20
190
406

.253
.256
.214
.227
.247
.246
.234
.238
.250
.250
.245
.237

67.3
64.8
49.3
54.3
65.2
61.4
51.1
46.1
53.9
59.3
59.1
55.1

17.15
16.60
10.51
12.41
16.06
15.10
12.12
10.90
13.69
14.86
14.45
13.15

.255
.256
.213
.229
.246
.246
.237
.•236
.254
.251
.244
.238

31
*1
2 5
3

2 3
3
31

1
10
6
4
4
26
1
3
10
1

19
9
4
55
14
49
59
4
85
11
150
343

12
20

8
17

2
2

2

2
22
40
8

1

2

8
5

2

24
7
14
28

61
2
14

1
i
1
|
1
.

3

1

2
9

5

11
2

3

1
1

1

TABLES,




SUMMARY

1 1 at 10 and under 12J cents; 1 at 12* and under 15 cents.
2 Also called choppers, grinders, mixers, curers, feeders, and machine tenders.
$ A t 17J and under 20 cents.
4 Include washers, turners, re-turners, measurers, cutters, tiers, and fatters.
5 1 at 10 and under 12* cents; 6 at 12* and under 15 cents; 1 at 15 and under 17^ cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.
« 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17* and under 20 cents.
* Include also twisters, tiers, and hangers.
s 5 at 12* and under 15 cents; 11 at 15 Bnd under 17* cents; 9 at 17* and under 20 cents.
®Include wrappers and tiers.
101 at 12* and under 15 cents; 1 at 15 and under 17* cents.
1 Include ham pressers, roustabouts, hangers, ham-cylinder washers, cleaners-up, cooks7helpers, smokers’ helpers, and truckers of cages.
1
1 1 at 10 and under 12* cents; 2 at 12* and under 15 cents; 8 at 15 and under 17* cents; 21 at 17* and under 20 cents.
2
*3 Include scalers and packers, shippers, and nailers.
1 4 at 15 and under 17* cents; 11 at 17* and under 20 cents.
4
1 Also called assistant foremen, straw bosses, subforemen, handy men, collectors of small orders, and all-round men.
5
16 3 at 10 and under 12* cents; 15 at 12* and under 15 cents; 26 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 47 at 17* and under 20 cents.
^ Include average men, chutemen, inspectors, sorters, sizers, and spotters.
is Include meat carriers, meat scrapers, meat washers, meat wipers, meat soakers, ham stringers, tiers, meat tossers, vat washers, meat passers, inspectors’ helpers, smokers’
helpers graders’ helpers, pickle makers’ helpers, sorters’ helpers, pumpers’ helpers, ham passers, passers to pumpers, passers to salters, passers to packers, takers from pumpers,
haulers to vats, meat hangers, meat stringers, bacon stringers, truck washers, sewers, roustabouts, and general workers.
1 2 at 12^ and under 15 cents; 8 at 15 and under 17* cents; 41 at 17* and under 20 cents.
9
2 Include packers of beef, barrel pork, bellies, briskets, pig rinds, and smoked meat, vat men, sweet-pickle packers, wrappers, burlap sackers, car stowers, car loaders, and
0
dippers.
5 at 15 and under 17* cents; 5 at 17* and under 20 cents.
2 Also called meat pullers and turners,
2
2 Include pumpers, pickle makers, pickle men, and curers.
3
2 Include also knifemen and trimmers,
«
1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 3 at 17* and under 20 cents.
2 Include assistant butchers, small-order men, straw bosses, and assistant foremen.
®
2 2 at 12* and under 15 cents; 15 at 15 and under 17* cents; 65 at 17* and under 20 cents.
7
® 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.
291 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.

TABLE 3.— AVERAGE R A TES OF WAGES P E R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W O R K ED , A N D AVER A G E E A RN IN G S IN SPEC IFIE D PAY-ROLL P E R IO D

AVERAGE E ARNINGS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY R A T E S, B Y D EPA R TM E N T A N D OCCUPATION—Continued.

|-i

00

MALES: WEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.

Aver­
age
hours
worked
in pay­
roll
period.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
in pay­
roll
period.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20 221 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45 47* 50 52* 55 57*
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 60
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
20. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
22*. 25. 27*. 30. 32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55. 57*. 60.

CANNING—concluded.
257
154
1,496

$0,258
.230
.228

58.2
56.4
57.6

$15.10
13.02
13.16

5

9

.271

71.3

19.11

.268

Total................................

13

3,137

.236

57.3

13.60

.237

$0,200
70
19
.231 ‘ *12* 49
97
.229 222 159 1287

96

25

5

1

47
6
28

1

1

I
1

294

256

2C3

212

47

10

10

82

91

98

99

99

U5
668
882

6
29
60
113

16
18
123
341

76
48
150
711

77
16
76
545

88
16
23
394

51
1
2
184

91
W10
n il

2
22
67

4

2

1

100 j 100

100

100

13 1

NONPRODUCTIVE OR MISCEL­
LANEOUS EMPLOYEES.
Chauffeurs and truck drivers.
Bam men and stablemen —
Branders6..................................
Clerks 7.......................................
Draftsmen, salesmen, and
chemists.................................
Drivers and teamsters............
Elevator operators...................
Engineers, power house —
Firemen (fire department)12. .
Firemen, powerhouse, etc___
F orem en ..................................
Graders and inspectors...........
Laborers ................................
Laundry workers....................
Repairers............................. .




55
42
63
71

374
143
504
2,591

.301
.244
.237
.278

64.6
65.0
55.8
58.4

19.56
15.84
13.41
16.45

.303
.244
.240
.282

V

262
900
609
326
1,210
987
2,460
75
5,276
87
5,683

.534
.282
.241
.390
.240
.276
.398
.302
.239
.243
.342

53.9
62.0
63.5
69.2
72.5
69.7
59.6
63.6
56.4
59.6
56.9

28.30
17.35
15.30
26.45
17.28
19.11
23.93
19.29
13.56
14.61
19.31

.525
.280
.241
.382
.238
.274
.401
.303
.240
.245
.339

57
67
72
73
72
73
22
74
45
73

i«125 *233*
“ 11 20
151
2
1
1H32 548
185
11
1g
9
42

4
12
13
152 275 187
75
303 145
20
10
8
463 222
88
134 355 198
22
86 203
12
3
19
2711 1187 492.
31
21
10
199 488 496

48

6
[.......
93 *45

U
27
25
147
59
19
6
2
40 **46* 33
15
27
15
38
19
175
288 296 261
15
16
2
39
22
127
4
5
955 1298 859

1

2
2

1

8

29
1

2
2

24
1

14
1

4
1

7

51
6

15
3
1
192

5
2

9

10
1

2

6
1

12

77

129

85

26

57

110

33

13

19 ]
1

5

139

16

9

21
10

3
6

41
9
18
201
5
5

46
23
6 .....
16
98
326
2
3
7

569

309

12
1

147

3
1

____ 1 _ _
<
7
1
6

2
33

3
58

46

INDUSTRY,

3 35
1

Cumulative per c e n t...............

i

i____

MEAT-PACKING

10
9
9

AN
D

Inspectors.................................
Truckers....................................
Laborers....................................
W a s h i n g>and-painting-ma­
chine tenders........................

SLAUGHTERING

Num­ Num­ Aver­
age rate
ber of
of
Department and occupation. estab­ ber o f wages
em­
lish­
ployees.
per
ments.
hour.

Repairers’ helpers.

1,421
940
278
21

Scalers.....................
Utility m en 22.........
All others................
Total..

74

24,147

55.3
58.9
59.9
58.9

13.69
•15.72
19.90
16.51

.248 2025
.207 2131
.332
.280

59.2

.248
.264
.330
.283

17.51

.296 24529 1309

Cumulative per cen t.

4565
29

2543 2186 1457
71

48

80

86

933

801

90

317
95

149

206

54

78

96

OFFICE EMPLOYEES.

Clerks.
Stenographers.............
Telegraph operators..
Telephone operators..
T ypists........................
Total..

10

.458
.401
.418
.458
.286
.295

47.8
47.5
48.3
47.7
47.5
50.3

21.77
19.00
20.02
21.82
13.60
14.61

13
.456
.400 25209
.415
.457
.286
.291

5,081

.406

47.5

19.23

.405 27219 217

146

270

231

9

11

17

21

Cumulative per cen t.................. ............1
............................ 1
...........................................

4

11
324
20
3

358

29
355
10

17

359

408

439

35

43

52

412

349

299

60 J 67

73

209

233

77 1 82 I

297

107

130

90 I 92 1




TABLES,

1 A t 17^ and under 20 cents.
25 at 15 and under 17§ cents; 17 at 17* and under 20 cents.
8 7 at 15 and under 17* cents; 28 at 17* and under 20 cents.
4 1 at 12* and under 15 cents; 8 at 15 and under 17J cents; 6 at 17* and under 20 cents.
6 Include also stampers, taggers, and stencilers.
6 2 at 10 and under 12* cents; 11 at 12* and under 15 cents; 24 at 15 and under 17* cents; 31 at 17J and under 20 cents.
* Include bookkeepers, car tracers, cashiers, checkers’ assistants, checkers, clerks’ assistants, stenographers, stock-room men, timekeepers, and timekeepers’ assistants,
s 4 at 12* and under 15«ents; 35 at 15 and under 17* cents; 43 at 17J and under 20 cents.
9 Draftsman at 19.2 cents.
w 1 at 10 and under 12* cents; 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 8 at 17* and under 20 cents.
n 1 at 10 and under 12* cents; 1 at 12* and under 15 cents; 5 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.
1 Include also policemen and watchmen.
2
1 5 at 12* and under 15 cents; 20 at 15 and under 17* cents; 100 at 17* to 20 cents.
3
1 7 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17J and under 20 cents.
4
1 Foreman summer sausage at 16.7 cents.
5
1 Include also ashmen, boiler washers, car cleaners, live-stock drivers, janitors, coal unloaders, and coal heavers.
6
1 4 at 10 and under 12* cents; 8 at 12J and under 15 cents; 24 at 15 and under 17* cents; 96 at 17* and under 20 cents.
7
1 3 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.
8
1 3 at 15 and under 17* cents; 5 at 17* and under 20 cents.
9
2 3 at 12* and under 15 cents; 6 at 15 and under 17* cents; 16 at 17* and under 20 cents.
0
211 at 10 and under 12* cents; 5 at 12* and under 15 cents; 12 at 15 and under 17* cents; 13 at 17* and under 20 cents.
2 Include also assistant foremen and "handy men.
2
233 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
2 9 at 10 and under 12* cents; 38 at 12J and under 15 cents: 152 at 15 and under 17* cents; 330 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
4
2 4 at 10 and under 12* cents; 24 at 12* and under 15 cents; 96 at 15 and under 17* cents; 85 at 17J and under 20 cents.
5
26 2 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.
2 4 at 10 and under 1 2 cents; 24 at 12* and under 15 cents; 98 at 15 and under 17*; 93 at 17* and under 20 cents.
7

SUMMARY

291
4,180
202
85
5
18

CO

T able 3 —AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PE R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W ORKED, A N D AVERAGE EA RN IN G S IN SPEC IFIED PAY-ROLL PERIOD,
AVERAGE EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY R ATES, BY DEPA R TM EN T A ND OCCUPATION—Continued.

to
O

M
ALES: W
EEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—
Concluded.
Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20 22^ 25 27*
10 m
15
17S
Un­ and and and and and ana and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ u n -‘
10. der der der der der der der der
12 *. 15. 17*. 20. 22 J. 25. 27*. 30.

30 32i
35 37*
40 42* 45
47|
and and and and and and and and 50
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
der der der der der der der der over.
32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42i. 45. 47*. 50.

MESSENGERS, DOORMEN, AND
OFFICE BOYS.

Cumulative per cent .............
Oiiice
... . . . . . . . . . . .

69

624
954

$0.161
.147

54.7
4G.8

$8.84
6.87

ilO

43

98

220

161

62

17

8

4

1

8
163

24
392

59
215

85
145

95
23

98
3

99
4

100
1

100
3

i

.147

2
25

18

59

81

96

99

99

100

100

100

1
1

Cumulative per c e n t .. . . . . . . .

1
I
1

j
1

FEM
ALES: W
EEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD.
15
20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45
50 52*
17|
47|
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and
55
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
15. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
17*. 20. 22*. 25. 27*. 30. 32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55.

INDUSTRY,

CATTLE KILLING.

Carcass wipers, bruise and
tail trimmers, and neckrag inserters..........................

16

$0.157

51.3

$7.97

$0.155

32

9

5

13

3

Cumulative per cen t...............

69

100

3 19

1

4

79

83

T oo

HOG KILLING.

Kidney pullers, shavers,
singers, neck brushers and
spreaders.............................. .

Cumulative per cent.




1

24

.150

39.0
1 ...........

5.83

.150

MEAT-PACKING

$0.162

1

59

AND

Miscellaneous...........................

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Aver­ Aver­
Aver­
age
Num­
Num ­ age rate age
earn­
hours
ber of
of
estab­ ber of wages worked ings
em­
in pay­ in pay­
lish­
per
roll
roll
ments. ployees.
hour. period. period.

SHEEP KILLING.

Scrubbers, washers,and wip­
ers ......................................... .

6.82

4

2

67

.158

Cumulative per cent..............

100

15

2
35

____ _____ ____

= =

___

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES
AND CASINGS).

25

35.5
41.7
41.4
37.0
57.0
44.3
48.3
51.2
33.5
50.0
47.7

.200
.197
.182
.194
.175
.173
.154
.169
.140
.170
.205

.175

45.2

.174

1

3 22

1
1

3
10

4

20
1

1

3

3

2

34
4

6

3

8
10

377

79

96

38

10

2

4

25

311

Cumulative per cent.

19
32
4

50

81

93

96

97

98

1

1

1

1

4

1

4

1

1

98 1 99

100

100

1

31
3 28

2

1
1

1
1

2

1

2

2

99

99

2
1

Total................
Cumulative per cent..




48.3
52.8
54.5
50.8
51.0
47.6
47.6
50.0

9.45
7.98
8.30
8.61
8.29
8.09
7.62
9.33

.196
.151
.152
.169
.163
.170
.160
.187

.157
.183
.175

52.5
44.1
44.8

8.15
7.98
7.84

.172

49.8

8.51

2
17
5
3
133
7
14
104

.195
.151
.153
.167
.163
.172
.154

22
43
353

TABLES,

CASJNG.

Casing pullers or runners___
Strippers................................
Fatters and slimers...........
Turners..................................
Inspectors 7............................
Measurers and bunchers.......
Salters and packers...............
Trimmers of casings.............
Blowers and tiers of bladders
and weasands.....................
General workers.....................
Laborers.................................

SUMMARY

Total.

.200
.193
.173
.175
.175
.172
.154
.169
.140
.185
.220

O 00
O

Chiselers, cheekers and templers....................................
Machine operators4..............
Trimmers...............................
Pluck trimmers.....................
Laborers.................................
Washers.................................
Tripe washers.........................
Tripe scrapers and finishers..
Tripe scalders and cookers....
Pigs’ feet shavers &
................
Toe pullers«...........................

17
32

2
2

1

33

93
5
13

20
1

16

3 18

22

28

24

.155
.181
.175

34

18
4

4
13
3

22

.171

3 27

176

71

66

5

1

8

58

78

96

98

98

1

1
1

1

4

1

1A t 7Jand under 10 cents.
2 3 at 5 and under 7i cents; 2 over 7J and under 10 cents.
3 At 12i and under 15 cents.
< Include skull splitters or choppers, jawbone pullers, sawyers of horns, and grinders-out of teeth.
5 Include also pigs’ feet cleaners, scrapers, and singers,
e Include also feet splitters and trimmers.
7 Include blowers and graders.

1

to

T able 3.—AVERAGE R A TES OF WAGES PE R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W ORKED, A N D A V ERAGE EA RN IN G S IN SPEC IFIED PAY-ROLL PERIOD,
AVERAGE EARNINGS PE R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RA TES, B Y D EPA R TM E N T A N D OCCUPATION—Continued.

fcO
fcO

FE M A LES: W E E K L Y P A Y -R O L L P E R IO D —Continued.

Aver­ Aver­ Aver­
age
age
age
earn­
hours
earn­
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­ ings
per
roll
roll
•hour.
period. period.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—
15 17* 20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45
47* 50 52*
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 55
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
15. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
17*. 20. 22*. 25. 27*. 30. 32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55.

FRESH BEEF.
T Y im m A rs

of t r i m m in g s , . T. . .

4

49

$0.162

48.9

$7.82

4

22

55

100

AND

25

$0.160

OuTnulative p^r cen t. . . . . . . . .
FRESH PORK.

38
8

1,050
39

.220
.182

41.0
48.8

9.01
8.84

.220 2 149 166
8
.181
U

164
24

175
5

100

92
1

67

Total................................

38

1,089

.218

41.2

9.01

.218 4 150 174

39

29

21

22

9

5

1

4

2

5
5

188

180

100

93

67

39

29

21

22

9

5

1

4

2

30

47

64

73

81

87

91

94

96

98

98

99

99

99

100

18

57

20

12

1

8

66

87

99

100

2
96
20
257
67

77
6
152
23

1
14
6
134
3
2

9
1
56
5

20
2
39
3

6
1
16
2

1
1

4
3
1

2
1

227
50

1
90
39

15
17

3

1

.172 i*365 719

388

192

74

65

25

20 | 59

80

90

94

93

99

14

LARD AND OLEO OIL,

Labelers, tub liners, fillers,
and can washers..................

22

98

.163

49.9

8.07

.162

INDUSTRY,

Cumulative per cent...............
SAUSAGE.

Cutters5
__
Casing workers6 ....................
Stuffers......................................
Linkers 8..................................
R opers1 ................................
0
Cookers......................................
Smokers....................................
Packers1 ..............................
1
General w orkers.....................
Total...............................
Cumulative per cent...............




2
35
10
48
11
1
1
43
23

3
323
44
766
142
2
1
431
134

.173
.175
.200
.182
.163
.200
.180
.158
.167

40.4
50.6
53.6
46.2
49.9
52.9
53.0
50.0
48.3

7.17
8.85
10.24
8.33
8.18
10.58
9.50
7.91
8.20

56

1,846

.173

48.5

8.35

.177
.175
.191
.180
.164
.200
.179
.158
.170

7 95

12
9110
139
7 95

12 24

1

4
2

12

3

1

99 , 100

100

100

MEAT-PACKING

Trimmers of trimmings..........
Packers3....................................

Cumulative per cent...............

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Aver­
Num­ Num­
age rate
ber of ber of
of
estab­
em­
wages
lish­ ployees.
per
ments.
hour.

....... I........

C RED M
U
EAT.
Wrappers14.................

44

298

.172

48.1

8.31

.173 is 47

107

16

Cumulative per cen t.

94

26
99

83

CANNING.

T o ta l-




.182
.154
.168
.167
.168

49.4
47.4
50.9
51.9
51.4

8.99
7.33
8.59
8.65
8.64

.182
.155
.169
.167
.168

1 2
6
i 64
157

240
141
88
45
142
43
464
5
535
47

.166
.169
.158
.360
.172
.232
.199
.140
.158
.158

49.7
49.5
50.7
49.5
52.1
54.9
55.2
53.0
49.8
48.2

8.32
8.41
8.15
7.97
8.94
12.74
11.05
7. 42
7.92
7.62

.167
.170
.161
.161
.172
.232
.200
.140
.159
.158

17 5 7

2,557

.171

51.0

8.81

i 1
1 34
1 11
18*4
19 27

38

5
2033

i 7
21302 1,222 703
12

60

87

105
91

67

56

94 j 96 1

49

31
100

100

100 |

1 A t 12| and under 15 cents.
2 2 at 7§ and under 10 cents; 3 at 10 and under 12J cents; 144 at 12J and under 15 cents.
» Include inspectors, graders, wrappers, helpers, labelers, and skin bundlers.
4 2 at 7h and under 10 cents; 3 at 10 and under 12! cents; 145 at 12£ and under 15 cents.
5 Include choppers, grinders, mixers, curers, feeders, and machine tenders.
6 Include washers, turners, re-turners, measurers, cutters, tiers, and fatters.
»1 at 10 and under 12f cents; 94 at 12J and under 15 cents.
8 Include twisters, tiers, and hangers.
9 14 at 10 and under 12J cents; 96 at 12J and under 15 cents.
1 Include wrappers and tiers.
0
1 Include wrappers, inspectors, labelers, taggers, tiers, box makers, and packers’ helpers.
1
1 2 1 at 10 and under 12£ cents; 23 at 12J and under 15 cents.
i® 17 at 10 and under 12£ cents; 348 at 12£ and under 15 cents.
Include labelers, packers, sewers (hand and machine) or bag makers, wrappers, tiers, wipers, and baggers.
7 at 10 and under 12| cents; 40 at 12^ and under 15 cents,
is 1 at 10 and under 12| cents; 1 at 12^ and under 15 cents.
17 38 at 10 and under 12J cents; 19 at 12£ and under 15 cents,
is 1 at 10 and under 12£ cents; 3 at 12§ and under 15 cents,
i® 6 at 10 and under 12§ cents; 21 at 12£ and under 15 cents.
2 0 16 at 10 and under 12£ cents; 17 at 12§ and under 15 cents,
a 63 at 10 and under 12£ cents; 239 at 12| and under 15 cents.

TABLES,

Cumulative per cent.

38
222
244
19
284

SUMMARY

Washers of em pty cans........
Passers and pilers, cans........
Trimmers, m e a t....................
Machine tenders..................... .
Stuffers (meat into cans)____
Packers (sliced bacon and
chipped dried beef) in glass
jars, vauo. ux uax tuij.
jctioj cans, or cartons...........
Weighers (filled cans)
W ipers (filled cans)____
Cap setters......................
Cappers...........................
Painters (c a n ) ...............
Labelers and wrappers.
Packers........................... .
General workers.............
Inspectors.......................

05

✓

T able 3.—AVERAGE R A TES OF WAGES P E R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W OR K ED , A N D AVERAGE E A R N IN G S IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PER IO
AVERAGE EARNINGS PE R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY R ATES, BY D E PA R TM EN T A ND OCCUPATION—Continued.

^

FEMALES: W EEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Concluded.

Aver­ Aver­
age
age
earn­
hours
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­
roll
roll
period. period.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

15 174 20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45 47* 50 52*
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
15. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
17*. 20. 22J. 25. 27*. 30. 32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55.

NONPRODUCTIVE OR MISCEL­
LANEOUS EMPLOYEES.

48

301

.181

51.4

$7.43
11.56
7.92
9.11
8.48
8.83
12.16

$0.153
.217
.167
.178
.166
.164
.217
107

.184

Cumulative per cen t.

73

36

15
92

73

MEAT-PACKING

Total..................

48.5
53.2
47.5
51.1
51.1
53.8
56.1

AN
D

SO.153
.210
.167
.181
.166
.164
.215

Branders and stampers...
Clerks2................................
Graders and inspectors...
Janitresses and matrons..
Laundry workers.............
Scalers................................
A ll others...........................

97

99

100

100

OFFICE EMPLOYEES.

Total.................

Cumulative per cen t.




39
867
780
9
110
91
1

.307
.282
.356
.339
.266
.243
.158

47.0
46.9
46.8
47.1
47.2
47.2
47.5

14.31
13.19
16.65
15.83
12.49
11.48
7.50

1,897

.310

46.9

14.52

.304
.281
.356
.336
.264
.243
.158

1
8
15
12

530

15

60

154

20

26

188

58

129

151

75

84

90

24

52

139

68

94

97

13

99

100

INDUSTRY,

Bookkeepers...............
Clerks...........................
Stenographers.............
Telegraph operators.
Telephone operators..
Typists........................
Me'sse

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

N um ­ Num­ Averber of ber of ige rate
estab­
em­
of
lish­ ployees,
ments.
per
hour.

MALES: B IW E E K L Y P A Y -R O L L P E R IO D .
20 22J 25 271 30 321 35 371 40 421 45 471 50 521 55 571
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 60
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
20. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
221. 25. 271. 30. 321. 35. 371. 40. 421. 45. 471. 50. 521. 55. 571. 60.

CATTLE KILLING.

9
8
8
'1
13
6
15
21
2
6
22

SO.267
.293
.277
.395
.378
.268
.285
.314
.264
.313
.552

104.1
95.3
92.3
116.5
98.7
112.7
86.8
80.8
78.5
99.7
99.8

$27.69
28.06
25.23
46.02
38.33
29.93
24.99
25.24
21.24
31.29
56.20

4
3
4
5
6
4
3
7
6
2
6
6
6
6
4
4
2
5

5
4

.297
.265
.269
.276
.458
.345
.298
.497
.340
.348
.383
.809
.558
.357
.294
.276
.397
.245

119.5
109.3
91.7
90.2
97.2
87.4
102.9
97.8
90.0
102.9
105.5
93.4
103.6
110.6
116.1
120.9
99.6
93.3

34.87
29.33
24.81
24.66
45.08
30.06
31.39
48.28
30.71
35.96
41.10
28.96
60.03
38.99
34.15
32.46
40.03
23.04

7
10
8
10
7
9
11
4
10
13
11
6
4
15
6
48

SO. 266
.294
.274
.395
.388
.266
.288
.313
.271
.314
.563

8
1 ......

1
1

4

2
1
13

1

.292
.268
.270
.273
.464
.344
.305
.494
.341
.350
.390
.310
2
.579
.353
1
.294
.268 ....... I........
........
.402 ....... 1
.247
1 7

2
1

1
1

*6

1

1
10
1
1
17

1

1

l
1
1 .
1

1

2

3

1
1

1
!
i

1

1

1

1

18

4
4
4
2

3
7

i
1

"

1
1
10
3
1
10
2

4

1
2

5

1

‘ 1

7

1
1
2
1

8

9

1

1

1
9
39

2
6
1
1

2
2
1

TABLES.




2
7
4
1
7
4
6
7
2
5
7

SUMMARY

Drivers and penners................
Knockers...................................
Shacklers or slingers...............
Stickers......................................
Headers.....................................
Droppers and pritchers-up...
Foot skinners............................
Leg breakers.............................
Gullet raisers............................
Caul pullers...............................
Floormen or siders..................
Breast or brisket breakers
and saw yers.........................
Crotch breakers........................
H oisters....................................
Tail rippers and pullers.........
Bumpers....................................
Fell cutters...............................
Fell pullers and beaters..........
Backers......................................
Gutters......................................
Shank skinners........................
Hide droppers..........................
Tail sawyers.............................
Splitters.....................................
Chuck splitters.........................
Scribers......................................
Trimmers..................................
U tility men...............................
Washers and wipers................

,

9

5
1

1

1

1 At 121 and under 15 cents.
2 Include tag stringers, stenographers, file clerks, sample-package makers, storeroom girls, test clerks, and telephone operators.
3 1 at 10 and under 121 cents; 3 at 121 and under 15 cents.
< 7 at 10 and under 121 cents; 15 at 121 and under 15 cents.
6 8 at 10 and under 121 cents; 22 at 121 and under 15 cents.

to
Crc

T able 3.—A VERAGE R A TES OF W AGES PE R HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS W O R K ED , A N D AVERAGE EA RN IN G S IN SPEC IFIED PAY-ROLL PER IO D ,
AVERAGE EA RN IN G S P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES, B Y DEPA R TM EN T A N D OCCUPATION—Continued.

fcO

MALES: BIWEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.

Aver­
age .
earn­
ings
per
hour.

in
rsar

20 22* 25 27* 30
and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der
22*. 25. 27*. 30. 32*.

32* 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

37* 40 42* 45
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
40. 42*. 45. 47*.

4^
7

and
un­
der
50.

50
and
un­
der
52*.

52*
and
un­
der
55.

55
and
un­
der
57*.

57*
and 60
un­ and
der over.
60.

CATTLE KILLING—concluded.
1
15
120
13

$57.40
34.41
19.52
23.52

$0.445
.296
.250
.251

92.8

29.36

.316

13

197

Cumulative p ercen t..

40

49
62

72

9

81

90

HOG KILLING.

Total................
Cumulative percent.




276
18
7
39
23
156
11
24
6
18
14
3
15
38
50

.246
.312
.338
.285
.298
.296
.325
.340
.336
.340
.303
.265
.282
.323
.251

99.2
107.9
98.8
103.3
96.3
119.1
106.7
98.7
97.3
96.4
104.3
109.5
103.9
72.2

20.90
31.32
36.61
28.59
30.21
29.95
39.16
36.85
33.30
35.78
27.97
28.03
31.32
35.59
18.30

703

278

91.4

.252
.316

26.45

213

10

15
.292
.311
.329
.345
.337
.368
.290
.269
.286
.313
.253
.289

I

91

92 i 94

28

ioo"

63

INDUSTRY,

Laborers2.......................
Shacklers.......................
Stickers.........................
Sealders2.......................
Hookers on ...................
Shavers and scrapers.,
Headers......................... .
Gutters2.........................
Ham facers................... .
Splitters.., ................ .
Leaf-lard pullers......... .
Leaf-lard scrapers.......
Trimmers2.....................
Utility m en...................
T ru ck ers.......................

90

MEAT-PACKING

129.0
116.2
78.1
93.9

.309

Total..

$0.445
.290
.247
.246

AND

Butchers, general.
Tonguers................
Laborers.................
Truckers................

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour w ere-

Aver­ Aver­
AverN um ­
age
age
earn­
ber of N um ­ ige rate hours
of
estab­ ber of
worked ings
em ­
lish­
in pay­
per
ments. ployees.
roll
hour.
period. period.

4 17

21
5 I

23

317

95

122

53

9 i 54 i 67 1 85 I 92

44

9

98 i 100

100 1

!

SHEEP KILLING.

Total..

161

82.3
85.1
50.8
106.0
119.8
79.9
95.5
95.8
95.3
84.1
105.3
143.0
91.4
90.5
67.1
59.3
91.1
143.1
71.5

20.79
22.76
14.36
31.80
29.88
23.16
32.59
35.42
43.31
26.74
35.12
38.40
22.22
29.87
19.02
15.91
38.04
38.19
38.37

.253
.267
.282
.300
.249
.290
.341
.370
.455
.318
.334
.269
.243
.330
.283
.269
.417
.267
.537

309

87.4

27.55

!
!

1

.315

4

'
1
I
!
i
i........
i
j

1
1

31
2

9

|

2

1
1
2

18
1

3
2
2

I
3 1
!
2

Cumulative per cen t.............

7
4
6

........
I

2
3
1
........
1 ____1
1
1
7
10
3
4
1
8
2
. J
1

....... !........ '
i

1

9
3

14

47

55

58

78

83

3
15
57
9

6
3
35
2
2
1

4
4
9

3
2
5

1
6

8

5

9
88

91

6

1
2

1

2

2
9
97

3

i

2

99

I
1

____ I____
____

100

.

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES
AND CASINGS).
Chiselers, cheekers, and tem­
pters........................................
Machine operators2................
Trimmers..................................
Pluck trimmers.......................
Inspectors2...............................
Laborers....................................
Kippers-open o f paunches
and pecks..............................
Washers.....................................
Truckers....................................
Tripe washers.........................
Tripe scalders and cookers...
Tripe scrapers and finishers..
Pigs’ feet shavers2..................
Toe pullers2 .............................
Finishers..................................
Total..

18
29
154
14
3
27

.274
.301
.319
.291
.252

94.8
104.9
99.6
84.5
118.0
74.9

28.64
29.05
30.46
26.12
35.00
18.87

.302
.277
.306
.309
.297
.252

12
57
42
30
5
28
11
• 3
5

.255
.252
.255
.309
.257
.521
.439
.304
.284

89.4
97.1
100.4
93.7
83.4
107.7
105.8
109.7
104.7

23.31
24.77
25.64
28.43
21.47
52.19
42.14
33.40
29.25

.261
.255
.255
.303
.257
.484
.398
.305
.279

438

.302

95.6

29.52

.303

13

1
1
10

2
2
1

26
il

2
3
1
i
1

14
1

18

7

4
6
2
48
2
38
1
20
2
2
2 .....
3 j
1 1
2 1 2
I
231 | 64

1
3

8

3

1

3

2

1

1

1
2

........

1

1

2
2
1

4

3

1
2
2

1

28

12

3

1

1

1

2
____ 1
.........




7

11

7

7

3

9

6

2

4

6

86 1 87

89

89

92

93

93

94

96

11
5

1

59 1 74 1 80 I 83

Cumulative per cent
31 at 15 and under 17J cents; 14 at 17J and under 20 cents.
1 At 17i and under 20 cents.
For other occupations included in this term see same term in weekly pay-roll period section, ante, pp. $-24. 41 at 15 and under 17 \ cents; 16 at 17$ and under 20 cents.
5 _i
1

TABLES,

65

31

1
1
....... 1
........
1 ...
I

I
!

1
5*

8

2*

1
2
1

2

1
!
. . . J .......
j
1

SUMMARY

.249
.271
.285
.300
.263
.291
.342
.370
.438
.317
.340
.275
.245
.330
.283
.270
.414
.275
.420

L aborers2.............................
Shacklers..............................
Stickers.................................
Joint breakers.....................
Scalpers................................
Miscellaneous workers2. . .
Leggers (fore and h in d ). . .
Brisket or breast pullers..
Facers...................................
R um pers2...........................
Brisket or breast splitters.
Pelt droppers......................
Scrubbers2......................... .
Caul pullers.........................
Gutters.................................
Headers * .............................
Dressers................................
Luggers.................................
Sheep or calf bu tch ers------

19

to

Table 3.—AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED, AND AVERAGE EARNINGS IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PERIOD,
AVERAGE EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES, BY DEPARTMENT AND OCCUPATION—Continued.
*

tO
00

MALES: BIWEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20 221 25 271 30 321 35 371 40 421 45 471 50 521 55 571
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 60
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
20. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
221. 25. 27J. 30. 321. 35. 371. 40. 421. 45. 471. 50. 521. 55. 571. 60.

HIDES.
Inspectors1................................
Spreaders and salters..............
Laborers....................................

7
6
6

23
34
131

$0,284
.270
.253

103.2
108.5
51.0

$29.74

$0,288
.273
.255

2

13.03

Total................................

7

188

.260

67.8

18.07

.266

2
1

17
23
4

11

128

44

2

1
100

7

1

98

99

Casing pullers or runners___
Strippers....................................
Fatters and slim ers.................
Turners......................................
Inspectors1 ...............................
Measurers and bunchers.........
Salters and packers................
Trimmers of casings................
Blowers and tiers of bladders
and weasands........................
General workers......................
Laborers....................................
Truckers....................................

2
6
3
3

Total................................

7

7
6
7

70
40
65

11
20
22
6
24
5
7
13

5
18
16
1
14
4
7
10

46
1■
1
1

5

1

1
1

1

4
5
6

1
6
8

1
3
4

1
1

3
18
23
5

1
3
1

9

3

2

107.8
113.8
114.0
93.5
110.5
128.6
127.9
108.4

30.34
35.93
37.40
32.56

.289
.270
.327
.254
.274
.279
.292
.300

91.0
114.1
81.4
108.1

22.26
33.58
20.79
26.28

.245
.294
.256
.243

31

38
24
6

.240
.303
.251
.242

379

.292

110.0

31.90 |

.290

45

6

8

157

80

73

18

2

4

1

6

5

2

7

1

4
5

3

5

46

68

87

92

92

93

93

95

96

97

99

2

2
1

226
3

2
5
16

2

5
2

5

8

1

24

14
40
11
24
42
5

31.20
30.72
37.31

21

.298
.268
.336
.249
.271
.281
.291
.298

23.76

1
1
3

21

1
4

2
1

22

1

Cumulative per cent...............

4

1




5
.311
6
6
.250
239
Luggers and lifters
7
.331
61

109.6
97.2
104.2

36.59

24.42
35.29

'

.334
.251
.339

n

6

2

1

1

1

3

1

1

99

100

2

,

1
2

FRESH BEEF.
Ribbers.....................................
Laborers....................................
..................

5

1

INDUSTRY,

75

CASINGS.

MEAT-PACKING

Cumulative per cent...............

4
8
116

1
1

11

AD
N

29.57

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—

Aver­
Aver­ Aver­
Num­
age
Num­ age rate age
earn­
ber of
hours
of
estab­ ber of
worked ings
em­
wages in pay­ in pay­
lish­
per
roll
ments. ployees.
roll
hour.
period. period.

Ham facers, strippers, and

2
2
15
8

O y-t
S
TfCC
CCT
OO f

1
2

93.5
78.9
90.8

.352
.350
.421
.304
.319
.309

111 2

5

.301
.325
.304

90.0
113.0

32.90
27.59
38.25
33.83
28.69
34.94

5
4

85
246

.267
.250

103.9
78.2

29.57
19.27

.285
.247

6

28

.250

101.7

25.82

.254

7

733

.267

91.8

24.87

.271

7

Cutters and generai butchers.
Packers, meat runners, order
Truckers.....................................
Freezer and temperature

5
4

2

36

1

o

1
1
1
4

21

9

24
246

21

26

1
2
1
1

1

1
11
1
4
2 1

4

2
2

49

4

1
1
1

1

1

1

i

i ___

1

!

23

16

4

534

78

22 22

15

3

3

76

87

90

93

95

99

3

65

8

3

4

1
1

1

1 _____ 1
10
0
10
0

11
10
0

35

(5)

Camilla,tivft per npnt

!
i

8

1

7

1

FRESH PORK.
90.5
80.0
110.5
103.4
67.1

25.85
27.00
33.15
38.38
32.13

.286
.338
.300
.371
.479

.350
.305
.305
.300
.313
.325
.336

104.2
90.0
96.0
59.5
73.3
99.5

42.00
30.77
27.45
28.80
18.12
23.81
31.23

36
5

2
0

.311
.417
.335
.274

84.2
88.7
116.9
103.4

27.45
35.13
39.29
29.26

.326
.396
.336
.283

5
5

72
46

.261
.247

99.9
92.2

26.66
22.76

.267
.247

Total...................................

7

339

.306

91.5

28.05

.307

3

2
1
1
2
1
3

5
27
3
6

2
1
3
2
5

2
2

8 .8
8

Cumulative per cent.................

1 For other occupations included in this term see same term in
weekly pay-roll period section, ante, pp. 9-24.
2A t 17* and under 2 cents.
0
3A t 15 and under 17* cents.




22

.403
.346
.305
.300
.304
.325
.314

7

1
1

2

2 6
6 1
3
8 10

3

81
1
6
4
1

3

2
2
7
3

4

1
8
6

4

1
1

2
1
2

2
2
1
2
1

2
2

4

9

1
1

5

171

52

1
21

23

56

71

78

84

.. . . I . . . . .
i

2
1
6
1

1

1

3

6
8
6

4

9

1

3

87

90

90

91

1

19

14

2

1

46
40

1

1
1

1

TABLES,

3
7
3
3

1

.254
.300
.300
.325
.539

82

1

3

2

2
92

1

i

SUMMARY

6
1
1
2

Laborers!......................................
H am and shoulder sawyers...
H am culters-off..........................
Ham trimmers............................
Ham boners.................................
Choppers-off, shoulders and
ribs.............................................
Shoulder trimmers....................
Shoulder boners..........................
B utt pullers................................
Scribe sawyers............................
Loin pullers..................................
R ibbers........................................
Trimmers, and ham and
shoulder skinners..................
Trimmers Of trimmings...........
Utility men ................................
Small-order m en........................
Packers, nailers, and car
stowers....................................
Truckers........................................

2

6

7

2
0

[
92 1 94

4 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.
BLess than one-half of per cent.
2 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.

6

1

to
CD

Table 3.—AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED, AND AVERAGE EARNINGS IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PERIOD,
AVERAGE EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES, BY DEPARTMENT AND OCCUPATION—Continued.

OP
O

MALES: BIW EEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Continued.

Aver­ Aver­
age , age
earn­
earn­
ings
ings
per
lnr ? r in$ f
hourperiod. period.

Aver­
age
hours
worked

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—

20 • 22\

25

271

30

321

35

371

40

421

45

471

50

521

55

571

Un­ and and and and and and and a n d and and and and and and and and 60
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
20. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.

22 .
1

25.

271.

30-

321.

4

3

114
5

5
15

7

8

1
1

35.

37J.

40.

421.

45.

471.

50.

521.

55.

60.

571.

LARD AND OLEO OIL.

13

$0,245
.283
.265
.226
,289
.303
.180
.255

93.0
121.4
107.7
99.7
115.1
106.0
118.5
112.5

$22.70
34.61
30.17
23.35
34.49
32.64
21.33
28.60

$0,245
.285
.280
.234
.300
.308
.180
.254

238

.251

100.3

25-64

.256

X3S
27
5
38

7
5
6
4

1
0
1
1
1

6

1
3
7

17
3 12
31

2
2
1

2
2
4

1
3
3

13
4 20

8

Cumulative per cent...............

2
1
2
4
1

1
2

5

151

28

15

7

13

16

79

91

97

10
0

19
5

3

1
6

=====

=

=

=5=

.. .

1.
(

SAUSAGE.

Total................................

6
8

6
7
5

7

Cumulative per cont................




46
29
61
32

2
1

8

G

75
14

7

2
1
3P
2
0

6
6

fi

413

)

.247
.277
.242
.302
.228
.224
.246
.238
.278
.218
.294
.262

52

2

1

02

3

7
3

.249
.277
.247
.300
.228
.233
.250
.295
.230
.250
.297

7 12
92
81

104.4
ioer.6
119.6

24.53
31.72
25.65
30.70
23.38
23.68
26.32
33.24
30.31
27.38
35.51

105.7

27.93

.264

9 22

9S.6
114.4
103.8
102.4

102.6

101.4
105.3

112.8

1
6

_ _

1
13

8

1
2

2

65
4
7
30
5

6
1
0
1
6
1
0
2
8

24

252

67

7

14

75

92

93

2
2

4

.....

83

63
23

3

1

34
7

2

1
1

4

1
2

3

1

6

'

!

1
........r "

1
2
3

4

97

97 I

i
t

i
r*

1

14

INDUSTRY,

Truckers and forkers..............
Cutters *.................... ...............
Casing workers2
.......................
Stufters......................................
Linkers2....................................
Ropers K....................................
Laborers2 ................................
.
Cookers......................................
Smokers....................................
Packers2 ..................................
.
Utility m e n 2
.............................

6
10
0

----- -

1
10
0

i

L

MEAT-PACKING

T o t a l.............................

6

AD
N

Laborers...................................
Melters *.............................
Holier m en .............................. .
Fillers........................................
Pum pers8
..................................
Utility men...............................
Labelers *...................................
Pressmen or wheelm en.........

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Aver­
Num­
Num­ age rate
ber of
ber of
of
estab­
wages
em­
lish­ ployees,
per
ments.
hour.

..

CURED M
EAT.
Graders2................................
Laborers2..............................
Packers2................................
Overhaulers2.........................
Picklers^2................................
Rubbers, salters and pilers..
Smokers..................................
Butchers 2 ..............................
Truckers.................................
Utility men2 .........................
Total.

116.2
87.2
114.7
113.6

39
145
40

.288
.218
.270
.277
.280
.279
.262
.288
.259
.302

948

. 255

66

332

8:
12

139.8
116.0
94.9
118.9

33.46
21.51
31.05
31.69
31.28
30.79
36.34
33.44
24.54
35.60

.288
.231 101
.271
.279
.282
.278
.260
.288
.259

102.0

28.34

.278

111.0
110.6

13
3
1
1

10
2 308
44
3
3
1
1 12
23
4
2
3
1 134
1
6

40
8
45
77
38
60
4
34
10
12

16

8

9

1

1

1

1
1
1

..............
1
I
1

1
2

11
0

18

11

547

328

30

10

1

1

1

(u)

Cumulative per cent___

2

3

61

95

99

100

100

100

.250
.150
.250
.250
.290
.275
.200

,325
.225
.175
.225

Total.

.229

66.8
111.0
121.0

105.0
18.0
70.3

38.10
21.45
12.05
31.00
30.92
14.30
18.35
22.00

.200

2
.150 1 2
.250
.249
.200

1

1
2

....... 1 . . .
i

2

!
....... 1 .. .

2

.275
1

.322
.225
.175
.243

31
32

21.82

.264

15
3

6

1

6

4

1

1

21

46

50

75

92

96

100

1 2 at 15 and under 17J cents; 5 at 17J and under 20 cents.
2 For other occupations included in this term see same term in weekly
pay-roll period section, pp. 9-24.
* At 17| and under 20 cents.
* 2 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 18 at 17£ and under 20 cents.
61 at 15 and under 17i cents; 1 at 17§ and under 20 cents.
01 at 12J and under 15 cents; 1 at 17 £and under 20 cents.

j

!
... ! ..

1

2

39.00
23.60
3.15
17.11

Cumulative per cent.




.200

.

i

100

.250

1

1

1

1

1

4

.

1

.

)

7 2 at 15 and under 17J cents; 10 at 17£ and under 20 cents.

81 at 15 and under 17| cents; 2 at 17| and under 20 cents.

9 1 at 12£ and undor 15*cents; 4 at 15 and under 17§ cents; 17 at Yi'k and under 20 cents.
10 At 15 and under 17§ cents.
11 Less than one-half of 1 per cent.
121 at 12J and under 15 centst 1 at 15 and under 17£ cents,

at 12$ and under 15 cents; 4 at 17£ and under 20 cents.

TABLES.

Packers.............................

General workers.............
Inspectors.......................
Truckers.........................
Laborers.........................

152.5
107.0
80.3
124.0
124.3
71.5

1

.

SUMMARY

.200

.

1
.......
.......1
........1
.....

CANNING.

Cookers...........................
Steam tenders.................
Passers and pilers, cans.
Trimmers, meat............
Machine tenders.............
Stuffers (meat In cans)..
Cappers..........................

1
j
1

1

T able 3.—AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED, AND AVERAGE EARNINGS IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PERIOD,
AVERAGE EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES, BY DEPARTMENT AND OCCUPATION—Continued.

Go
t>3

MALES: BIWEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD—Concluded.

Aver­ Aver­
age
age
earn­
hours
worked ings
in pay­ in pay­
roll
roll
period. period.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—
Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

20 22| 25
Un­ and and and
der un­ un­ un­
20. der der der
22\. 25. 27*.

27| 30 32* 35
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
30. 3 2 i 35. 37*.

37* 40
45
50 52| 55
i2\
and and and and and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der der der
40. 42*. 45. 47J. 50. 52*. 55. 57*.

57*
and 60
un­ and
der over.
60.

NONPRODUCTIVE OR MISCEL­
LANEOUS EMPLOYEES.




115.7
113.3
103.1

$36.79
26.59
23.60

$0,318
.235
2 18

10
6

2
6

4
7
25

1
5
3
3

14
1
5

50
20
43

25

17
2

44
46
9
1
365
9

7
189
105
55
25
127
115
219
5
493
11
115
407
137
110
35
1

.279
.285
.246
.338
.258
.289
.411
.329
.250
.251
.160
.342
.251
.274
.342
.225

111.
110.
117.
125.
151.
133.
142.
119.
116.
103.
117.
103.
114.
107.
113.
121.
120.

40.32
31.52
34.10
31.11
51.18
34.23
41.38
49.87
38.81
26.19
29.62
16.80
39.21
27.01
32.26
40.71
27.00

.361
.285 31
42
.291
32
.248
.339
.257 55
.290
.419
.332
.252 6 22
.252
.163 7109
31
.343
.253
*1
.283
83
.335
.225

2,302

.288

114.4

33.55

.293 9164

113

7

12

38
3
1
11
6
1

38

5

.....

19
1

*” i ’

2
71
13
2
4
28
16
26
1
39 "

10
3

1

1
3

4
9
5
40 " i o ’
24
28
2
2
V

3
1

.....

19

21

1

10
1
1

40
97
31
4

22
12
43
6

82
6
18
2

89
3
4
5

114

29

12

5

2

1
2

4

84

795

294

331

181

141

53

39

16

50

63

77

85

91

94

95

15
2
3
2
7
4
3
1

l
34
63

2

1

1

5

1

1
16

3

21

8

3

6

5

20

1
10
1

1

26

4

22

9

5

6

5

96

97

98

98

98

98

99

1

1
30

INDUSTRY,

Total.

Cumulative per cent.

$0,312
.232

MEAT-PACKING

Repairers................
Repairers’ helpers..
Scalers.....................
Utility m en1 .........
All others................

20
60

AD
N

Chauffeurs and truck drivers
Barnmen and stablem en-----Branders1 ...............................
Draftsmen, salesmen and
chemists................................
Clerks1 ....................................
Drivers and teamsters..........
Elevator operators.................
Engineers, power house.......
Firemen (fire department)1 .
Firemen, power house1 .........
Foremen.................................. .
Graders and inspectors...........
Laborers1 ................................
Laundry workers....................

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Aver­
N um ­
Num­ age rate
ber of
of
estab­ ber of
em­
wages
lish­
per
ments. ployees. hour.

FEMALES: BIW EEKLY PAY-R O LL PERIOD.

95121°—19—Bull. 252-

50 52*
15 17* 20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 55
der un­ un­ un­ un­ UTK un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
15. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
17*. 20. 22*. 25. 27*. 30. 32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52k 55.
OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES
AND CASINGS).

Trimmers............................
Washers............................. .

$0,188
.200

Total...............

72.5
90.3

$13.74
18.05

78.4

$0.190
.200
.194

SUMMARY

Cumulative per cent.
CASINGS.

Inspectors1 ..............
Trimmers of casings..

.200
.243

25.50
28.33

.200
.243

.226

Total..........................

127.5
116.5
120.1

27.20

.225
40

100

TABLES,

Cumulative per cent............
FRESH PORK.

Packers1.............................

110

18

.287

Cumulative per cent.............

4

14

30

68

75 I 79

92

95

LARD AND OLEO OIL.

Labelers, tub liners, fillers
and can washers...............
Cumulative per cent.............




.175

75.6

13.22

.175
J 100 I

1For other occupations included in this term see same term in weekly pay-roll period section, ante, pp. 9-24.
2 3 at 12* and under 15 cents; 4 at 15 and under 17* cents; 11 at 17* and under 20 cents.
3 At 17* and under 20 cents.
4 A t 15 and under 17* cents.
6 1 at 10 and under 12* cents; 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 3 at 17* and under 20cents.
61 at 7* and under 10 cents; 2 at 15 and under 17* cents; 19 at 17* and under 20 cents.
7 7 at 10 and under 12* cents; 15 at 12* and under 15 cents; 44 at 15 and under 17* cents; 43 at 17* and under 20 cents.
8 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.
0 1 at 7* and under 10 cents; 8 at 10 and under 12* cents; 18 at 12* and under 15 cents; 55 at 15 and under 17* cents; 82 at 17* and under 20 cents.

CO
CO

TABLE 3.—AVERAGE RATES OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED, AND AVERAGE EARNINGS IN SPECIFIED PAY-ROLL PERIOD,
AVERAGE EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES, BY DEPARTMENT AND OCCUPATION—Concluded.

CO
^

FEMALES: BIWEEKLY PAY-ROLL PERIOD-Concluded.

Aver­
age
earn­
ings
per
hour.

215

$17.04
19.92
16.04
14.48
16.98

$0,178
.228
.178
.174
.192

.188

90.4

17.00

.188

23

161

21

77

Cumulative per c e n t ..

24

87

100

CURED MEAT.
.177

82.5

14.39

.174

26

.159
.175
.135

90.5
58.5
59.2

16.35
10.25
8.47

.181
.175
.143

32

Weighers (filled cans)...........

Packers (sliced bacon and
chipped dried beef) in
glass jars, cans, or cartons..
Wipers (filled ca n s)................
Cap setters.........................
Cappers.....................................
Labelers and wrappers...........
Packers.....................................

.174
.125
.125
.125
.125
.125

72.7
32.0
49.3
36.7
80.0
70.8

13.27
4.00
6.15
4.58
10.00
8.85

.183
.125
.125
.125
.125
.125

67.5

11.48

.170

Wrappers___ *............

35

Cumulative per cent.

100

MEAT-PACKING

T otal...................

95.6
87.3
90.1
83.3
88.5

AND

$0.178
.227
.179
.171
.190

Casing workers1. .,
Linkers1...............
Hopers1................
Packers1........*—
General workers1.

15
1i 20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45 47* 50 52*
7
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and 55
der un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and
15. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der over.
32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55.
17*. 20. 22*. 25. 27*.

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Number whose rates of wages (in cents) per hour were—

Aver­ Aver­
Num­ Num ­ Aver­
age
age
age rate hours ^ earn­
ber of
of
ber of
worked ings
estab­
em ­
lish­
in pay­ in pay­
ployees,
per
roll
roll
ments.
hour.
period. period.

CANNING.

Total..............
Cumulative per cent.




46

IN D U STR Y,

Inspectors................. . ............
Washers of empty cans......... .

11

420
43

100

nonproductive or miscel­
laneous EMPLOYEES.

Branders and stampers..
Clerks.............................
Janitresses and matrons.
Laundry workers............
Scalers............................
All others........................
Total...............

.176
.182
.179
.182
.175
.233
55

.185

92.1
97.5
106.0
90.4
92.5
103.0

16.44
17.60
19.28
16.60
21.00
25.19

.178
.181
.182
.184
.227
.245

17. 79

Cumulative per cent.




35
78

1 For other

occupations included in this term see same term
in weekly pay-roll period section, ante, pp. 9-24.

2 At 12i and under 15 cents.

10
100
s 1 at 12£ and under 15 cents; 1 at 17£ and under 20 cents.

419 at 12£ and under 15 cents; l at 17£ and under 20 cents.

36

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

CLASSIFIED H OURS W O R K E D AND EAR NIN G S, BY D EPAR TM EN TS AND
OCCUPATIONS, IN T H E 74 ESTAB LISH M ENTS H AYIN G W E EK LY PAY
ROLLS.

General Table B (pp. 690 to 1073) which, shows employees classified
by hours worked and earnings in one week, is so long that comparisons
between occupations can not be easily made. Two summary tables
are therefore presented here. Table 4 is a summary of hours worked
and Table 5 is a summary of earnings. The data for both are for the
74 establishments that pay employees weekly. Totals and cumulative
percentages are shown for each department.




Table 4.—EMPLOYEES WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF ACTUAL HOURS IN ONE WEEK, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS
MALES.

Number of employees whose hours of actual work were—
Department and occu­ Num­
5 10 12* 15 17* 20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 3 5 37* 40 42* 45 47* 50 52* 55
ber of
pation.
Un­ and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and
plants. der un­
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
5. der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der

57* 60 62* 65 67* 70 72* 75

and and and and and and and and and 85
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ and Total.
der der der der der der der der der over.

10. 12*. 15. 17*. 20. 22*. 25. 27*. 30. 32*. 35. 37*. 40. 42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55. 57*. 60. 62*. 65. 67*. 70. 72*. 75.

85.

CATTLE KILLING.

Drivers and penners_
_
Knockers......................
Shacklers orslingers_
_
Head holders................
Stickers........................
Headers........................
Droppers and pritchersup.............................
Foot skinners...............
Leg breakers.................
Rippers-open................
Gullet raisers................
Caul pullers..................
Floor men or siders......
Breast or brisket break­
ers and sawyers........
Crotch breakers............
Hoisters.........................
Tail rippers and pullers
Bung droppers............
Runipers....................
Fell cutters.................
Fell pullers and beaters..
Backers................
Gutters.................
Shank skinners_
_
Hide droppers......
Tail sawyers.........
Splitters...............
Chuck splitters___
Scribers................
Trimmers............
Utility men..........




24
48
30
2
22
54
38
32
52
3
5
36
59
30
15
33
30
7
48
28
22
46
54
10
48
42
53
34
29
30
37

1

1
1

2
1
....

1
4
2 "2

1

2
3

1
1
1

1
‘T

2
2 '*2*
2
1
1

1
2
1 ” 3*
1
1
4

1

1

1
2
4

2’

3
3

i’

1
1 ’T

1
2
4

1
2
3

1
1

2
4

1
10

1
1
1
1

2
1

2
2
2

3
7

3

4

5

2 ‘T
9
4
1

3
9

5
5

3

8

*5

1
1

1

3

....

1
1

1

2
2

1
1

1
1
1
1

1

1

1
1

2
1

1
1
1

1

1
1 *2

1

2

1

1
1

1

1
3

1
i

1

3
1
5
1

2

1
1

1

1

5
4

3
1

7

5

5
2

2
7

2
*5* 12

4

4

4

4
7

4
11

4
7
10

7
9
10

3

3

3
17

3

8

5
10

4

18

16

19

3

2
1

3

2
10

3

"*8*
4

3
1

3
1
7
3

3

7

4
6
6

4

* 4*

2
6

7

4
4

6
3

1

4

1
4

12
8
1

1
1

1
1

4

1
1
1

1

1
1
2
2
3
2
4

1

2

1

1

1

3
2

2

3
7
3

2

2
2
2
1
5
1

2
1

i
2
2
1
1

1

*4*
7
3
1

2
1

1

....

1

i
2
.....

3
5

i
1
1

5

6
4
7
5

1
5
5

8
2
2
2
4

5

6
*6
3
7
6
3
4
2

8
3
8
U
2
8
5
11
3
3
7
4

4

2
4

4

6
6

3

1
1

4

7
4
2
6 "io* *6*
3
7 12
5
4 11
3
5
3
1
2
6 12 * 5
4
2
4

20

67
67
48
2
27
100
65
87
153
4
7
53
209
45
20
93
47
10
75
78
68
74
95
21
104
99
124
54
38
106
62

table

4.—
'EMPLOYEES WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF ACTUAL HOURS IN ONE WEEK, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Con.

CO
00

MALES'—Continued.

Number of employees whose hours of actual work were—
5
and
un­
der
10.

10
and
un­
der
12*.

12* 15
and and
un­ un­
der der
15. 17*.

17* 20
and and
un­ un­
der der
20. 22*.

22* 25 27* 30
and and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der
25. 27*. 30. 32*.

32* 35
ana and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

37* 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40. 42*.

42* 45
and and
un­ un­
der der
45. 47*.

50
47|
and and
un­ un­
der der
50. 52*.

52* 55
and and
un­ un­
der der
55. 57*.

57* 60
and and
un­ un­
der der
60. 62*.

62* 65
and and
un­ un­
der der
65. 67*.

67* 70
and and
un­ un­
der der
70. 72*.

72*
and
un­
der
75.

75
and
un­
der
80.

80
and 85
un­ and Total.
der over.
85.

CATTLE KILLING—con.
6
27

2.

4
1
11

8

1

1
6 ’ii’

1
6

4

3

5

2
4

2

13

2
12
2

7
2
4
21
9

2
9
3
*3’ 3
12 27
4 10

7
2
5
16
4

10
2
2
31
5

19
2
5
42
5

28
3
5
39
7

29 25
4
9 "4
33 66
8
8

18
1
4
31
1

61
1
13
71
7

10
2
7
58
3

16
7
5
47
6

46

45

14

27

20

32

21

34

30

93

54 126

83 177 182 229 202 270 181 512 238 280

2

3

3

4

5

6

6

7

8

11

12

16

IS

24

29

36

41

49

55

60
7
61
61
61
56
62 " i *
51
62
2
46
61
55
34
53
54
1
32

55
1

39
2
1
3

10
3

23
1
1

24
1

26
1

24

22
3

4
2
7
1
1
1

6
5
1
7
16 18
1
2
1
4
1 ....
1
1
1
2
3

41
3
1
14
10
29
3
8
1
4
1

2
3
2
3

20
2
2
3
5
14
1
2
1
2
2
3
3
2
3

21
5

1
5

27
1
1
4
3
14

....

1
5

3
7

41
7
1
6
6
24
2
5
1
4
8
3
9
7
6

44
7
2
7
12
56
5
12
4
9
3
2
8
7
5

67 89
14
7
4 10
27 23
9 21
75 100
7
8
13 18
4
3
6
7
5
5
1
3
7 11
5 14
11 13

70
11
4
12
17
46
2
11
4
6
4
2
9
12
5

72
6
8
25
14
57
8
13
5
19
5
3
9
24
17

90 124 185 102
9
9 14 14
5
8 11 12
20 30 32 28
14 26 22 18
64 91 77 55
6 13
8
9
16 23 30 23
7
6
5
8
10 22 18 21
7 17
9
5
5
8
3
7
9 15 16
9
11 17 19 36
7
8 15 20

69

76

84

24

39

9

4

1

4

1

4
26
2

3
31
3

1
43
2

1
12
5

1
8

3
9

1
4

2

92 106 198

58

31

20

18

11

3,441

1

1,401
141
76
313
234
892
88
214
59
152
90
63
148
204
201

87

90 ~9<r ~98~

376
30
88
740
105

99 99 TocT

HOG KILLING.
Laborers2.........................
Shacklers...........................
Stickers.............................
Scalders2. .........................
Hookers-on2 ...................
Shavers and scrapers.......
Headers............................
Gutters2............................
Ham facers.......................
Splitters...........................
Leaf-lard pullers............
Leaf-lard scrapers............
Trimmers2......................
Utility men......................
Truckers...........................
Total.......................

62

11

Cumulative per cent....... ........... 1 0 )




2
3
8 ” 4’

2

42 34
6
4
1
2
18 15
14
9
35 23
5
9 ’ *8*
1
2
3
11
8
3
2
2
3
2
6
9
9 10

20
3

30
2
2
**7* 7
5
6
15
7

9
2

34
1

8
2

4
2
9
3
1

5
4
9
1
3

2
2
1
1

1

1
5
1
2

1

1

1

2
1
8

1
1
1
3

2
1
2
5

*5’

"2

81

57

29

43

45

53

50

62

65

67

66 132 130 183 257 330 215 285 277 431 475 345 171 125

82

70

43

69

3

4

5

•
6

7

9

10

12

13

15

95

97

98

99 100

T

2
1 ” 2*

9
1
2

15
1

1
1
2
4
2 ” 2*
4
6

1
1

IS

21

25

31

39

44 j 51 |57

67

78

86

90

93

” 5* "*2*
2
3
1
1
1
1
1 *T
2
2
5 * T **5* " 5
4
3
10
3
1
3
5
9

2
3

1
2
2
19

8

4,276

IN D U STR Y,

11
(l)

62

Cumulative per cent: ___

14

MEAT-PACKING

Total.......................

52
2
7
11
1
46
53 ” 5* 18
1
34
4

AND

Washers and wipers........
Butchers, general...........
Tonguers........................ .
Laborers............................
Truckers............................

SLAUGHTERING

Num­
Department and occu­ ber of
pation.
plants. Un­
der
5.

SHEEP KILLING.

Shacklers...................
Stickers....................
Joint breakers...........
Scalpers.................... . __
Miscellaneous workers2. .
Loggers (fore and hind)..
Brisketor breast pullers..

12

15 18

( l)

40

280
42
15
15
17
93
102
41
84
56
17
12
63
18
34
15
112
25
12
54

1
2

1

1

107

158
279
5 1,307
60
2 118

TABLES,

Total.................

Cumulative per cent___

4

SUMMARY

Bumpers2......................
Brisket or breast splitters
Belt droppers............
Scrubbers 2 ................
Caul pullers...............
Gutters......................
Headers 2...................
Dressers....................
Luggers.....................
Utility men...................
Sheep or calf butchers...

10 20 19 13 19 12 , 7 5 5 4 3 5
3 1 6 1 3 1
1
2 1 . 2
1 1
1
2 1 1
’T
1 2 1
2 1 1
6 2 5 5 5 3
3 1 1
1
4 4 7 9 6 2 "4
2 ” 2*
2 2 5 4 5 1 3 2 1
4 5 9 2 5 2 2 1 3 1 1
1
5
3 1 2
6 5 3
1
4 1
1 1
1 2
1
1 2
1
4 2 2 2 2
1 3 1 1
2
2
1
” 2
3 4 2 1 2
” i*
2 "T 1 2 2
____
'7 9 9 8 9 2 5 2 4 4
1
1
1
2 2 2 2 3
1 3
2 1
5 3
2 3 6
56 1C 81 ~58~ ~78~ 32 33 ~23~"19~ ~14 ~9~ "12"
~ W ~ w 74 79 86 ~ 9 '92 ~ W 96~ ~ W ~98~ ~ 9 9 ~
8_

9

A

OFFAL (OTHER THAN
hid es and casings).

Chiselers, cheekers, and
templers.................... .
Machine operators 2...... .
Trimmers..................... .
Pluck trimmers............
Inspectors,2. . . , ............
Laborers........................
R i p p e r s - o p e n of
paunches and pecks...
Washers.........................
Truckers........................
Tripe washers................
Tripe scalders and cook­
ers ..............................
Tripe scrapers and finish­
ers...............................
Pigs’ feet shavers2........
Toe pullers2...................
Finishers.......................
Total..............

15
28
124
1
15
50

10 4 8 6 4
18 14 14 8 4 5 14
100 65 49 65 25 21 40
1
3 6 5
15 6 9 6 ’ *8* **7* 5
30 36 57 30 7 28
59

4 4 1
1 8 8 4 3
0
20 15 20 14 2 17 13
22 14 24 19 18 13 23
9 17 25 17 16 14 15
3

3

5

18 13 13
1 6 25
0
1 2 2

1

71 17

49

33

109 157 165 205

6

233 234 432

8
1
0
5

7

1
2

2
2
2
5
2 1 1
1 5 9 1
3 2 3 1
1
1
2
1
3
4
4
5

4
4
7

6 2 6 9
0 3 1 2
2
13 1
7 13 1
0 5 2
8 5 1 2 2
5 2 1
1
0
329 303 190 2 0 185 95 , 58 117 36
5

1
1
1
1

66
8

94
247
254
186

3

64

2

362
127
45
19

5 I 6 I 7 I 8 J 10 1 11 I 14 I 17 i 21 I 25 1 30
76 1 81
91 94 195 1 98 ! 99
42 48 60 1
2For other occupations included in this term see same term in Table 8, pp. 9-25.

25 3,806

0

I (i) 1 2 ! 3 3 1 4
1 Less than one-half of 1 per cent.

32 30 I 28 40 43 71 51

4

1
3
8

1O
O




27
28
144
12
10
80

tQ
O
(CO

Cumulative per cent.

8 9
27 21
69 91
3 3
8 4
30 32

CO
C
o

Table 4.—EMPLOYEES WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF ACTUAL HOURS IN ONE WEEK, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Con.
O

MALES—Continued.
Number of employees whose hours of actual work were—
5
and
un­
der
10.

10

and
un­
der
1 2 J.

12*
and
un­
der
15.

15
and
un­
der
17*.

17*
and
un­
der
20.

20

and
un­
der
22 *.

22*
and
un­
der
25.

25
and
un­
der
27*.

27* 30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 32*.

32* 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

37* 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40. 42*.

42* 45
and and
un­ un­
der der
45. 47*.

50
47i
and and
un­ un­
der der
50. 52*.

52* 55
and and
un­ un­
der der
55. 57*.

57* 60
and and
un­ un­
der der
60. 62*.

62* 65
and and
un­ un­
der der
65. 67*.

67* 70
and and
un­ un­
der der
70. 72*.

72*
and
un­
der
75.

75
and
un­
der
80.

80
and 85
un­ and Total.
der over.
85.

HIDES.

..............

Total

?,

1

1

1

18

23

7

15

60

18

21

24

7

16

3

5

6

7

1

Cumulative per cen t.. . . . .

1

1

13 'ii*

3
1
11

36

34

14

16

15

17

18

20

2
1

2
9 **i*

1

?

1 0 ' 31

12

24

12

23

10

33

13

24

14

8

10

1
1

13

15

5

5
8

5

11

Q

27

18
57

7
6

18

49

38

86

25

28

31
13
36

11

2
2
6

3
14
3

1
2
4

31

96

65 108

98 267

57

41

10

20

7

3

35

37

45

50

59

67

88

93

96

97

99

41
16
35
15

36

35
23
40

39

75
37
75
14
9

60 67
31
49' 69
9
14
23
4
6
36
23 34

25
18
26

32
17
23

19
14
27

1
1
1
1
1

17

7
4
16

3
31
22
2

7
40
34

1
19
8

4

3

12

1

4

2 02

99 100 100

8
4

234
805

1
2

4

1,241

2

621
306
601
119
157

CASINGS.
Casing pullers or runStrippers ...........................
Fatters and slimers...........
T nrn fvrs

-

___ . . . . . . . . .

Inspectors1..................... - Measurers and bunchers..
Salters and packers...........
Trimmers, casings............
Blowers and tiers of blad­
ders and weasands.........
General workers................
Laborers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Truckers . . ...................
Total.........................

1 2 1 2 3 2 9 4 2 5 14 7 8 15 38
1 4 4
1 2 1 4 1 2 9 2 3 8 1
2
1 1 4 "2 1 2
5
7
1
2 4 1 6 6
1
1 2 1 1 1 5 30
5
2 i
1 1
2
2 1 "i
2 3 2 3 5
1
1
1
1
5
1
*T 5
2
3
2
3

65
50
60
39
43
33
42
55 -*i*

3

1

18
62
34
19

5
2
3

7

Cumulative per cent.. . . . .

4

....

6

1
0

1
1

4
6

4

3

4

4

23

29

8

21

19

28

(2
)

71

....

1

2

2

3

3

24
2

57
5

44
12

13

14
2

24
2

1

1
6

1

....

3
4

3

1

"

4"

3 ” 4*
6
4

4

13

13

11

4
3

5

7
7

....

2

6
4

1
2

48
4

1
1
2 1
1 1
2
6

5

8
3

*4*
14 23

17

25

2
24
14

1
21
7

3
26
24

3

3

5

U

2
2
42
1
0
1
2

5
9
23

5
37
17
2

6

16
27
1
50
27

2
0

1
0
1
0

8

6

7
14
18

9
9
25
18

4
14
5
16 “ 4 *
16 12

5
27
12
3

12
1

1
1

4

1

1
0

“2
*
3
7
5

1
*6* 13
5 20
1

4

3

4
14
3
9
5
9
4 "2

4

1
1

192
309

19
26
3

3
7

3

31
423
312
51

23

15

3,188

49
26

42
2,725
523

17

1 2
1
‘T

4

8

2
1

5

1

3
5
1

22

21

28

44

40

45

58 129 140 182 173 208 223 341 250 358 158 186 139

71

79 120

4

5

6

6

8

9

11

12

93

95

40
3

41

27
2

30

33
8

30
3

1
42
8

1
46
8

2

15
14
3

16

21

1
50
20

2
41
5

45

4

26

32

38

56

64

75

80

86

90

1
73
10

2
70
22

4
1
1 *2 10
2
5
3
87 127 169 248 339 225* 165 171 102
26 38 42 47 61 44 39 31 18

1

66

99 100

FRESH BEEF.
Ribbers . . ....... ..........
Laborers
..........




24
55
47

1
3
89 167
18
11

2
88
10

IN D U STRY,

26

14
15

2
1

53

13 78
27 61
58 128

11
20

68

14
15
79

17

MEAT-PACKING

1
1

16

AND

56
43
42

SLAUGHTERING

Num­
Department and occu­ ber of
pation.
plants. Un­
der
5.

Sawyers, power..............
Ham facers,strippers,and
markers........................
Boners.............................
Trimmers........................
Utility men1...................
Cutters and general
butchers.......................
Graders........................
Packers, meat runners,
order men, and stowers.
Truckers.................
Freezer and temperature
men....................
Calf skinners............
Total......................

7

1

11

38
30
35

8

4

s

11

1

4 17 13 14 24
9
2
9
1

45

50
32

3

1

1

12

3 x
31 13
3

1

1

2
2

1
2
1 1 **i*

1
6 2 4 8 4 3 5 3 13
1 0
7 1
1 19 3 1 1 14 9 1 13 14
0
4
25 9 1 3 2 2 2 2 2
1
1
1
20

4

62 39 89 89 31 39 64 80 70

1

Cumulative per cent........

4

1 41 24
1

7

4

5

7

8

5
9
l

3

7

3

1

8

1
1
4
2
1 1
7

1

2

2

3 1 2
36 35 37 18
3

8
2

4

2

12

1

12
2

12
6

2
10
11

14

2

8

8

1
10

1

2

3
5

2

1

19 53 17 18 Q*
8 15
8 20 13 17
3 16 14 67 12 8

5
4

1
2
2
11
6

1 1 1
2 1 5 13 30 17 55 1 1 1 4
0
1
1 19 3 13 4 3 1 1

2
1

*io* 13
11

2
1

2
1

14 5 13 24 31 35 76 77 182 63 59 45 44 32 19
14 19 25 33 47 40 48 104 107 77 56 67 56 45 23
9

4

2 •. • 1 g 17 1 57 13 5
2
2
.
1
1 4 2
4 2 3

9

4

2 2

2
4

9

1

16

1
1
3

6

48
434
2

2

202

185

188
58

4

2
6

1

9
2

90

797
915

291
34

74 62 113 74 85 94 168 125 183 197 247 301 496 559 944 472 379 358 254 198 270 134 170 6,458
9

8
1 1 13 14 16 18 20 23 26 30 34 42 51 ~65 ~73 79 84 8 91 95 97
0 2

f r e sh p o r k .

Total....................

50
25

2
0

25
60
24
28

2
1

17
15
23
30
44
39
41

2
1

44
34

6
6

1

1

2 2
1 1
1

1

2 1
1 3 1
2 1 3
1
2
2 7 7
3 13 8
2 70 50
0

2
2

**4*
18

2 2 2 2 23 2 25 25 36 39
2 1 2 2
1
3
1
1
2
1
1 2
2 3 2
2 1 5 3 9 6* 4 4 14
1
1
1
3 1 1
4 3 4
1
2 2 2 i
2 1
1 1
1 2 1 1 1 i 1
1
2 2 __
1
1
1
1
1 1 2 2 1 5 *
4 6 1 6 3 7 13 14 8
2
1 1
0
4 1 2 4 6 2
1
2 ....
1 1 5 4 2
1
3 2
7 5 4 4 2 3 14 3 14 9
7 1
9
2 2 14 1 5 5 4 6
0
0
44 45 67 46 60 56 65 67 1 0 107
9 1
2
4 5 7, 8
0 1 13 16 118

1 0 138
1
2 5 3
4 2 4
13 7 5
34 1 49
0
9 2 5
8 4 5
4 1 4
3 1 1
2 1 2
9 3 5
17 6 9
0
51 2 52
61 55 33
1
17 1 37

41 60 71 83 119 115 164

1 4 5 1 2
1 1 2 1 2
4 4 2 4 1
0
1 0 0
19 4 1 1 2
4 2 4 5
2 2 6 5 8
3 2 8 1 5
5 4 2 3
* 5 2 3 3
2
3 4 2 3 1
0
4

7

6

2 1 17
1 2
13 15 33
1 3 1
n
1 6
1 7 13
1
1 1 17
2 0

2

3
9

16
5

1
1
4
3
3

1
0
3 14 2
2

16 42
16 23
2 4

6 1
2

29 32
14 28

113
5

2
3
1
0
1
*
1
"2

8 69 73 30
8
3 3 4 1
2 1 2 2
8
3
6 **7" 8 2
2 2
2 2
4
1
1
1
2
1
”i

70

1
1
1

3

2
2
1

2 4
4
5
1 1 1 7 2 1
1 0
32
1
1 6 5
2
19
2 2
4
1 6 2
0
1
17 23 17 44 26 14 1 *6* 3 1
0
2 58 58 87 51 25 17 3 4 1
2
1 7 14
35 46 32 36 31 2 17 1
1

9 1,703

1
1

1

1
1
3
3
5
3

10
0

48
34
84
273
45
74
53
29
37
56'
123

1

145 150 208 203 312 332 525 345 519 280 204 138 128 54 123 29

o
2 24 29 32 41 48 60 67 79 85 89 93 95 96 I 99
1
Cumulative per cent.......
31 4
\For other occupations included in this term see same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.
* Less than one-half of 1 per cent.




1
1

1
1
1

377
338
109

22
0
514
437

14 4,554

TABLES,

Laborers1..............
Ham and shoulder saw­
yers.................
Ham cutters-off...........
Ham trimmers..........
Ham boners..............
Choppers ofi, shoulders
and ribs___: ...............
Shoulder trimmers..........
Shoulder boners..............
Butt pullers....................
Scribe sawyers.................
Loin pullers.....................
Ribbers..........................
Trimmers and ham and
shoulder skinners........
Trimmers of trimmings..
Utilitv men1 ..................
Smail-order men.............
Packers, nailers, and car
stowers........................
Truckers......................

SUMMARY

3

?,

5

1
11 ’ *8
1
4
1
1

Table 4.—EMPLOYEES WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF ACTUAL HOURS IN ONE WEEK, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Con.
fcO

MALES—Concluded.
Number o f employees whose hours of actual work were—
10
and
un­
der
12*.

12* 15
and and
un­ un­
der der
15. 17*.

20
17*
and and
un­ un­
der der
20. 22*.

22*
and
un­
der
25.

25
and
un­
der
27*.

27* 30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 32*.

32* 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

37* 40
and and
un­ un­
der der
40. 42*.

45
and
un­
der
47*.

47* 50
and and
un­ un­
der der
50. 52*.

47

17

25

1
1

1
1

4
1

3

13

52* 55
and and
un­ un­
der der
55. 57*.

57* 60
and and
un­ un­
der der
60. 62*.

33 109
1 19
4
2
14 44

44 133
6 22

62* 65
and and
un­ un­
der der
65. 67*.

72*
and
un­
der
75.

75
and
un­
der
80,

35

23

13

12
4

2

67* 70
and and
un­ un­
der der
70. 72*.

80
and 85
un­ and Total.
der over.
85.

LARD AND OLEO OIL.
5

7

57
53
26
57
38
47
4
32

4

1

1

Total........................

68

6

21

20

8

1

3

3

4

14

12

g 14

7

10

23

1
1
1

3
1

1 *T

Cumulative per cent. . . .

16

*i
i

1
2

4 ....

1

1

1

1
1

2

2

1

1
1

1

10

16

9

19

10

4

5

6

4

3
1
1
4

1

2

3
2

1
1
1

14
6

12
2
2

31

1

73
6

X

s

2

5

2
7

1

2

2

'*3*

2
2
3

20

68

25

43

79 121

67 222

10

18

20

24

31

35

3

6

3

3

2
8

7
3 11
8 17
7
3
38 *i9 - 38
6
6 25

10

2

1

1
1
2

1

3

13

32

20

23

7

7

9

10

11

13

1
2

1
1

2

3

3
6

2

1

3
3
11

22

6

3

4

5
1

14 *io‘

7

3
26

17

47

1

3

19

46
19
38

3
4

85
18
1

68
13
3

40
g

27
2

11

4

39
9
1

17

9

6

8

7
1

.....

10

3
3
4

9*

8

36 *io’ ‘ V

5
4
1
2

5

3

92 298 173 123

78

74

43

40

28

3

947
146
31
298
92
116
27
156

12

1,813

99

1

15

52

69

12

30
46
15
57
17

4

” 4

9

8

2

1

78

85

89

93

96

98

9

7
19

10

2
9

1

7

2
2

SAUSAGE.
Truckers and forkers___
Cutters 1 ............................
Casing workers 1 .....-........
Stuff ers.............................
Linkers 1............................
Ropers 1 ............................
Laborers i .........................
Cookers..............................
S m okers...........................
Packers 1 ...........................
U tility m en 1 ..................
T otal.......................
Cumulative per cent.......




1
1
1
24
4
2
2
62
34
2
3
7
65 *’ i
1
1
2 "i
16
l
5
56 * y *14 *ii* 2
53
57
1
3
47
38

66

12

26

24

(2)

1

2

*i
i
2

1

T

1

i

7 ” 2
1

7

7

12
1

6

2

1
1

1

4

1
0

16

25

16

22

2 J 3

3

4

5

5

1
1

1

6

1

12
2

6

2

2

2

18

1

1

3
9
2

12

3

5
2

T
4
1

2

1

2

IS 31

6

1

7

1

8

5
18
2

11
1
1
13 12 'i9*
1
1
1
1
2
” 3" 6
4

9
1

2
18

13
41
17
56 72
15 19
1
5
*23* *3i* 34 *49* 81
1
5
8
3 13
5
2
2
4
3
7 1 24 24 99
0
1
4
4
4 13
4

33
16
44
12
1

22
11

33

1
1

2

79 106

56
9
6

6

4
21

i

3

1

1

37

38

15
5

16
4
2

2

5

39
7
5
4
5

9
27

3

3
3

3
1
1

222

99

83 72

6
8

27

79 1 87

90

93

98

99

63

92

88 172 185 378 267 517 164

8

9

1
0

12

14

17

20

2

146
267

10
1

461
118

1
0

1
0

8

45

55 I 73

11

9

37

46

1

3

1

79 192
6 26
b 22
48 75
1 36
0

34

33

1 1
0

2

19

26

9
2

3

96

2
2

1,032
126
97
3S5

3

111

25

2,863

17

IN D U STRY,

1

10
4

MEAT-PACKING

L aborers.. . ....................
Melters 1 .............................
Roller m en.......................
Fillers................................
pum pers 1 ........................
Utility m en 1 ................
Labelers*...........................
Pressmen or wheelm en..

AND

42*
and
un­
der
45.

SLAUGHTERING

Num­
5
Department and occu­ ber of
Un­ and
pation.
plants.
der un­
5, der
10.

CURED M
EAT.
4 3 3 5 6
45 41 40 50 53
7 7 6 13 10
2 5 3 6 13
5
6 4 7

Graders *........... ..........
Laborers1......................
Packers»...................... .
Overhaulers1.................
Pioklers1.......................
Rubbers, salters, and
pilers..........................
Smokers.........................
Butchers1................. .
Truckers.......................
Utility men 1.............
Total..............

12
48
13
12
4

7
97
19
10
12

12
82
22
20
14

28
123
44
31
35

2 6 4 17 7 10 13 46
3 3
2
2 1 7
6 6 18
15 'ii' 21 21 21 'i<T 30 46 58
1 1 4 2 3 3 16 15 20
11

13
69

61 84

Cumulative per cent.

19
196
38
19
18

51
340
92
72
65

62
272
89
68
51

103
242
126
75
92

51
100
46
23
19

34
127
48
21
30

24
97
39
24
19

14
94
19
12
20

13
94
18
12
11

37
73
22
17
15

21
33
14
27
8

36 71 70 135
3 1 13
'i i ' 27 30 42
46 112 93 209
22 53 34 116

39
3
15
46
28

39
3
17
51
33

32
4
15
39
12

30 11 21 3
1
636
90
6
19 4 6 20
231
6 3 9 8 .....
1.030
20 7 27 8
21 5 13 4
3
425

50 67 92 73 91 106 137 115 207 233 406 405 886 770 1153 370 403 305 255 178 240 146
9 10 12

530
9
2 2,558
4
739
494,
2
446

30 7,179

13 15 17 19 23 28 34 46 57 73 78 84 88 92 94 98 100

CANNING.

1

1

2
*T
i

1
3

15
13

37

1
1

2
1 ’T

1
2

1
2

1
7

3

10

1

1

5

5

2

8

2
1

i

2

2

2

1
4

1

1
1
1
4

1
3

1 2 10
2
3
4 " 5 16
6 8 5
" s ’ 20*

1 i
1
2 1 3 4 5 2 4 3 6 4 14
3 3 5 6 2 7 10 4 10 11 101
3 3 2 2 2 2 6 6 8 10 33
3 2 1 1 3 4 2
7 5 19
26 19 17 13 17 16 35 "36* 46 36 95

4 5 1 2 2 3 4
4 4 3 6 3 5 6
1
2 1 4
4 3 5 "5
6 2 4
1 11
3 2 3 5
11 9 7 9 ‘ *6* 7 7
13 12 4 5 6 1 4
1 2
24 20 12 15 5 4 3
2
4
13
17
30
20
100

2
24
32
37
20
222

1
12
23
23
14
132

1
*’ 9 '

15
18
15
103

7
4

4
4

4
2

3
2
8

1
4
3
2

1
3

9

2

1

1 1 1 2
1
4 2 “ i‘
16 25 17 12 1
20 28 20 20 16
19 6 7 18 4
6 9 4 3 3
88 72 81 121 48

1

31 43 34 30 24 45 33 38 32 40 37 77 64 101 89 320 252 395 244 208 180 164 173 211 93

Cumulative per cent..
10 11 12 13 14 16 17 19 21 24 27 38' 46 58 66 73 78 84 89 96
2 Less than one-balf of I per cent.
1 For other occupations included in tbis term see same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.




1

2
2
1
22

44
50
14
68
43
101
100
5
180
9
20
190
406
257
154
1,496

TABLES.

1

Washing-and-p a i n t i n gmachine tenders.........
Labelers and wrappers..
Packers..........................
General workers.............
Inspectors......................
Truckers........................
Laborers........................
Total.............. .

1

1

SUMMARY

Cookers..........................
Steam tenders................
Washers, empty cans_
_
Passers and pilers, cans. *
Trimmers, meat.............
Machine tenders............
Staffers, meat in cans...
Cap setters.....................

40 3,137

"99

Co

table

4.—EMPLOYEES WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF ACTUAL HOURS IN ONE WEEK. BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Con.

rfx

FEMALES.
Number of employees whose hours of actual work were—
5
and
un­
der
10.

10
and
un­
der
12*.

12*
and
un­
der
15.

15
and
un­
der
17J*

20
17l
and and
un­ un­
der der
20. 22*.

22* 25
and and
un­ un­
der der
25. 27*.

30
and and
un­ un­
der der
30. 32*.

32* 35
and and
un­ un­
der der
35. 37*.

37*
and
un­
der
40.

40
and
un­
der
42*.

42*
and
un­
der
45.

45
and
un­
der
47*.

47* 50
and and
un­ un­
der der
50. 52*.

52* 55
and and
un­ un­
der der
55. 57*.

57* 60
and and
un­ un­
der der
60. 62*.

62* 65
and and
un­ un­
der der
65. 67*.

67* 70
and and
un­ un­
der der
70. 72*.

72*
and
un­
der
75.

75
and
un­
der
80.

80
and 85
un­ and Total.
der over.
85.

CATTLE KILLING.
Laborers1....................

1

2

4

13

25

50

1

16

7

56 100

AND

1
6

3

Cumulative per ce n t..
HOG KILLING.

1

1

1

1

1

4

3

2

9

1

1

4

Cumulative per cent-

8

13

17

33

46

54

92

96

100

24

SHEEP KILLING.
Scrubbers, washers, and
w ip ers.........................

1

1

1

3

17

2

Cumulative per cent___

33

50

100

6




1
3
16
1
1
15
5
1
1

3
1

2

1
1
2

1
1
1

1

2

2

2

1
1
1

2
2

1
1
"Y
12
1
7
2

1
1
11

5

1
2

1
11 10
2
2

9
4

0
2

2
14

7

4

7

3

1

5
88

1
1
1

12
2

12
16

4
12

2

1

1

2

91
46

4
1

1

1

5

IN D U STRY,

OFFAL (OTHER THAN
HIDES AND CASINGS).
Chiselers, cheekers, and
tem plers........................
Machine operators1.......
T rimmers........................
Pluck trimm ers.............
Laborers..........................
Washers..........................
Tripe washers.................
Tripe scalders and cook­
ers
Tripe scrapers and fin­
ishers.............................

MEAT-PACKING

K idney pullers, shavers,
singers, neck brushers,
and spreaders...............

SLAUGHTERING

Num­
Department and occu­ ber of
pation.
plants. Un­
der
5.

50
22

Pigs’ feet shavers1.
Toe pullers1..........
14

Total................
Cumulative per cent..

30

24

(2)

37

23
42

311

15

80 92 95 100 100

57

CASINGS.
2

Casing pullers or runners.
Strippers...................
Fatters and slimers...
Turners.....................
Inspectors!.................
Measurers and bunchers.
Salters and packers........
Trimmers of casings......
Blowers and tiers of blad­
ders and weasands......
General workers........
Laborers.. . ; .............

5
3

133
7
14
104
22

43
3

13
(2)

20

10

30 66

13 16 22

23

Cumulative per cent..

24

36 54 57

100

SUMMARY

Total..................

17

FRESH BEEF.

TABLES,

17

Trimmers of trimmings..
Cumulative per cent..

59

45

35

12

100

FRESH PORK.

Trimmers of trimmings..
Packers1...................
Total...................
Cumulative per cent___

38
38

10

28

12

34 20
16 34 20
11

13

30 39

64

30 39 36 64 71
21

73

1,050
39

56

105 131

30 37 44 54 66 74 82 88

94

100

LARD AND OLEO OIL.

Labelers, tub liners, fill­
ers, and can washers...
10 I
13
Cumulative per cent
.1 2
For other occupations included in this term see same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.




16
44

13 17

60 1 63 77 I 94 100
2 Less than one-half of 1 per cent.

1 16 20 I 22 j 30 i 37

Table 4.—EMPLOYEES WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF ACTUAL HOURS IN ONE WEEK, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Con.

^
C*

FEMALES—Concluded.
Number of employees whose hours of actual work were—

1|and and and and and and and and and ancl and and and an<i
2 15 1 | 20 22* 25 27* 30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45 47
7

50 52* 55 57i

and and and
un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­ un­
der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der der
32*. 35. 37*.
42*. 45. 47*. 50. 52*. 55. 57*.
17*. 20. 22*. 25. 27*.

an< and
un­ un­
der der

60,

65
and
un­
der

67*.

70 72* 75
and ana and and 85
un­ un­ un­ un­ and Total.
der der der der over.
72*. 75.

85,

SAUSAGE.
13

Casing workers1*
Stuffers................
Linkers1 , . . , —
Hopers1................

766

38

12

142

Cookers...............

2
1

Smokers...............
P a ck ers^ _____. . .
General workers.

431
134
56

Total.,

74

26

21

Cumulative per cent.
cured

84

100

MEAT.

44

22
(2)

86

51

44

80

32

9

298

32 44 61 ~76 86 97 IlO
O

CANNING.
Washers of em pty cans.
Passers and pilers, cans.
Trimmers (meat)
Machine tenders............
Stuffers (meat, in cans).
Packers (sliced bacon
and chipped beef), in
glass jars, cans, or car­
tons..............................
Weighers (filled cans)..
Wipers (filled cans).......

Capsetters...............




38
222

244
19
284

15

240
141
4h

INDUSTRY,

W
rappers
.....
Cum
ulative per cent-

A D MEAT-PACKING
N

3
323
44

Cutters i ...............

SLAUGHTERING

Num ­
Department and occu­ ber of
5 10
Un­ and and and
pa tion
plants. der un­ un­ un­
5. der der der
10. 12*. 15.

Cappers...........................
Painters (cans)..............
Labelers and wrappers..
Packers.......................... .
General workers............
Inspectors.......................

Total.............

142
43
404
5
535
47

10
13

23

23

23

37

35

29

70 135 196 157 233 508

41

24

Cumulative per cen t..

32

47

67

1 For other occupations included in this term see same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.

131

340
78

92

92

73

2,557

97 100 100

2 Less than one-half of 1 per cent.

T a ble 5.— E M P L O Y E E S R E C E IV IN G EACH CLASSIFIED A M O U N T OF W E E K L Y E A R N IN G S, B Y D E P A R T M E N T S A N D OCCUPATIONS.

M ALES.

Department and occupation.

lishments.

Un­
der
$2.

$6
$14
$22
$2
$4
$8
$12
$16
$24
$10
$18
$28
$20
$26
$30
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
over.
$24.
$4.
$12.
$14.
$16.
$6.
$8.
$10.
$22.
$26.
$28.
$30.
$18.
$20.

Total.




1
2

2

2
3
4

2
2
1
1
2
3
3
3
1

1
3
3

3
3

1
1
1
1

1
1

i
2

1

2

1
1
3

i

i

1

6
4
5

6
6
6

11
11
11

14
12
10

16
14
3

4
4
5

3
2
9
6
6
1

2
6
20
12
26

6
13
17
24
17

1
15
5
20
41

3
8
2
6
5
19
12
4
2

2
10
1
9
3
8
12
1

1
2
2
1
1
10
2

5
2
5
3
17
7
2
1

12
7
5
24
7
3
1

1

2
8
10
3
2
2
2
2
6
14
21
4
7 ........i*
7
34
1

1
13
1
2
4
1

9
10
10
2
5
4

4
11
2

25
1

3
1

1

7

14

7

1
3
5
13

1

2

1

2
28

15

26

84

17

14

3

6

1

67
67
48
2
27
100
65
87
153
4
7
53
209
45
20
93
47
10
75

TABLES,

CATTLE KILLING.
Drivers and penners...............................
Knockers.............................................
Shacklers or slingers...............................
Head holders............................................
Stickers......................................................
Headers......................................................
Droppers and pritehers-up....................
Foot skinners...........................................
Leg breakers.............................................
Rippers-open............................................
Gullet raisers............................................
Caul pullers...............................................
Floormeri or siders..................................
Breast or brisket breakers and sawyers
Crotch breakers........................................
Hoisters.....................................................
Tail rippers and pullers..........................
Bung droppers.........................................
Rum pers....................................................

SUMMARY

Number of employees who earnedNum­
ber of

Table 5 —EMPLOYEES RECEIVING EACH CLASSIFIED AMOUNT OF WEEKLY EARNINGS, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Continued.
00

MALES—Continued.
Number of employees who earned-

Un­
der
$2.

$4 ,
$12
$14
$16
$20
$22
$24
$28
$2
$6
$8
$10
$18
$26
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
$22.
$4.
$24.
$30.
$6.
$8.
$14.
$18.
$26.
$10.
$12.
$16.
$20.
$28.

$30
and
over.

Total.

CATTLE KILLING—Concluded.
1
1

1
1

183

369

9

15

25

80
4

96
4
1
15
10
38
1
4

145
8
1
18
16
49
1
5
1
3
5

217
15
2
37
31
104
78
2
3
4

1
36
8

38

85

1

4

40

101
5
1
5
1
13

Cumulative per cent

1
1
1
2

1

i
l

2

3

1

8

12

13

12

14

6

2

10
11
4
25
14
1
14
3
4
8

13
2
3
18
5
15
7

5
2

2
5
6
1

2

306

200

78

84

41
25
17
40
29
82
17
52
5
35
15

9
8
13
31
14
30
16
33
11
33
7

17
6
5
21
2
14
19

4
5
27
6
67
5
16
128
9

12
14
3
22
3
12
26
2
10
11
23
11
31
2
14
40
9

597

514

406

43

58

69

379
26
5
42
35
166
7
21
7
6
23

182
21
9
55
46
200
11
29
14
10
14

107
21
12
41
39
171
14
31
12
29
15

16
4
11
14

7
5
14
13
14
1
13
24
1

10

12

8

78
68
74
95
21
104
99
124
54
38
106
62
376
30
88
740
105

14

68

8

1

17
3

10
1

4
1
6

4
1

1

1

137

115

57

51

185

88

91

93

95

3
2
13
15
2
8
7
19
3
17
3

1
2
6
4
4
4
6
2
10
1

1
3

6

4

2

3,441

HOG KILLING.
Laborers^...................................................
Shacklers ...................................
Stiplrftrs
. . ........................
Scalders* . ......... ..................................
Hookers-on1 ............. . . . . s . . . . .
Shavers and scrapers..... .......................
TIpo/Jpra
............ ........... ...........
Guttersi
. ____ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ham facers
.......................
STklitters
. .......................
Leaf-Iard pullers........................................




60
61
61
61
56
62
51
62
46
61
55

2
6
2

2

4
4
19
2
3
1
1
1

2

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3

3
1
1

;

1,401
141
76
313
234
892
88
214
59
152
90

INDUSTRY,

106

6

44
7

3
1

11
17

MEAT-PACKING

92

1
19
1

1
2
1

3
12

AD
N

4
51
9

2
1
2
32
2
3
75
12

1
i

1
1

8
1
2
4
1
2
6
9
1
77
3
13
120
20

62

RhnTilr qlrinnftrs
...................
Hide droppers .........................................
T'nil ssawvers
......................
Rnlittflrs
.....................
Chuck splitters
................ .
GpriKpT'?
. .................. ........... .
Trimmers
......................................
TTtiHtvmen
. ...........- ................... .
W^q1ipt<i and w in ers................................
Butchers general ....................................
Tntionpi"?
1 ...........................- . . . .
T,c VinrPTS
»
....................... .
T'tiipItpts
. .......................

2

1
2
I
1

9
12
1
10
2
1
12
2
4
6
20
6
109
4
18
195
28

28
22
46
54
10
48
42
53
34
29
30
37
52
11
46
53
34

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

Leaf-lard scrapers.
Trimmers i..........
Utility men.........
Truckers..............

16

43

133

285

507

790

706

20

32

50

67

13

63
148
204

53

4,276

22

201.

109
80

90

100

280
42
15
15
17
93

50
1
1
1

3
9
14

102

1

41
84
56
17
18

2

63
34
15

12

'i i '

112

25
12

l

54

15
32

46

51

21

23

93

95

97

11

10
1

131
32

47

63

81

TABLES,

SHEEP KILLING.
Laborers1............................ .
Shacklers..............................
Stickers................................ .
Joint breakers..................... .
Scalpers................................ .
Miscellaneous workers1___
Leggers (fore and h in d )___
Brisket or breast pullers...
Facers.................................. .
Rum pers1............................
Brisket or breast splitters..
Caul pullers....... j ...............
Pelt droppers...................... .
Scrubbers1........................... .
Gutters................................ .
Headers1 ..............................
Dressers................................
Luggers..................................
U tility m en..........................
Skeep or calf butchers.........

Total.

23
18

16
57

Cuinulative per cent.

Cumulative per cent............................

13

10

10
2

2

SUMMARY

95121°—19—Bull. 252------- 4

Total...............

5

4

1,107

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS)

Chiselers, cheekers andtemplers...........
Machine operators1................„............
Trimmers.............................................
Pluck trimmers....................................
Inspectors1..........................................
Laborers..............................................
Rippers-open of paunches and pecks...
Washers
Truckers............................
Tripe washers....................
Tripe scalders and cookers.




36
181
4
3
93
18
44
38
34

23
53
215
12

15
179
18
46
56
35

65
251
14

25
48
237
7

12

31
137
2

21
18
20
79
38
138
14
11
15
30
19
42
52
32
10
29
38
10
11
6
16
13
6
1 For other occupations included in this term, see same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.

4
29

14

158
279
1,307
60
118
686

94
247
254
186
64

CO

Table 5.—EMPLOYEES RECEIVING EACH CLASSIFIED AMOUNT OF WEEKLY EARNINGS, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS-Continued.
MALES—Continued.
Number of employees who earnedDepartment and occupation.

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND
ings )—conoluded.

.......................................

Cumulative per cen t.................................
CASINGS.
Pocincr miliars and runners ....................
fitriTvnftrs
...........................................
Fatters and sliniers...................................
Turn firs
...........................................*.
Tnfli^AntnrR 1
................................
Measurers and bunohers . . . .
....
Salters and packers .................................
Tnmmprs nit CftslnPS i . ............. .
Blowers and tiers of bladders and wea-

nVimlrarQ

............................. .
..................

. . . . . . k. _____ . . .

Total................................................




1
1
1

2
8
1

2
5
3
1

50

79

100

150

227

1

3

6

10

56
43
42

1
2
33

1
2
48

1
1
62

60

36

51

64

3

7

1
3
1

7
7

15
24
10
7

15
12
5
6

19
10
2
2

25
10

!

9
26
10
2

501;

705

733

571

334

150

16

29

48

67

82

91

2
5
63

4
9
67

11
24
152

26
25
214

43
62
111

44
85
40

70

80

187

265

216

169

12

18

24

39

61

78

92

98

99

10
7
5
3
5

11
7
11
6
1
2
4
6

2$
23
26
7
7
1
4
16

47
43
38
16
17
3
12
27

76
52
88
31
30
6
22
39

128
74
133
28
29
11
34
78

129
43
93
11
27
18
40
58

101
29
79
7
26
12
43
40

5
60
85
9

10
64
45
8

4
67
48
5

7
12
9

i

15
4

14
1

14
2

10
2

12
1

78

48

33

22

25

95

97

98

99

99

39
19
15

18

7

5

73

18

7

5

1

1,241

100

100

I

1 ...............

51
U
43
3
8
8
19
22

24
3
26
5
3
2
6
4

4
2
8

7
51
12
2

2
29

13

6
1

1

162
127
45
19

1

3,806
!
202
234
805

!
65
50
60
39
43
33
42
55
18
62
34
19
71
...............1

1
1
1
2
6^

2
1
2

3
6

1
1
3

4
1
8
1
1
1

6
2
2

1
8
16
2

16
18
2

17
18
3

27
19
8

2
54
48
9

20

59

75

86

166

316

503

642

543

409

196

87

2f

20

11

1

2

5

13

23

38

59

76

88

95

97

98

99

99

,

8 I

4

1

1
24 !
1
i
1 !
1 I
1

621
306
601
119
157
66
192
309

!
1 |
1
!

1
11

31
423
312
51

29 j
1

3,188

INDUSTRY.

1
5
4

71

1
4

MEAT-PACKING

Cumulative per cen t.................................
HIDES.
Tnsnflptors 1 . . . ....... ................. .
Spreaders and salt ers................................
Tiftborfirs
. . . . ................ ............. .

General workers

Total.

AD
N

T otal................................................

T ,qlwrftrq

$30
and
over.

cas­

39
41
21
10

Total

$12
$14
$4
$16
$18
$22
$2
$6
$8
$20
$24
$26
$28
$10
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
$14.
$6.
$18.
$20.
$22.
$10.
$12.
$8.
$16.
$28.
$24.
$26.
$30.
u.

Un­
der
$2.

SLAUGHTERING

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

FRESH BEEF.
Ribbers.....................................................
Laborers....................................................
loggers and lifters..................................
Sawyers, power.......................................
Ham facers, strippers and markers___
Boners.......................................................
Trimmers..................................................
Utility m en 1............................................
Cutters and general butchers................
Graders.....................................................
Packers, meat runners, order men and
Stowers...................................................
Truckers....................................................
Freezer and temperature m en..............
Calf skinners.............................................
Total.................

62

83

112
6

208

176

162
10

297

4
551
25
3
1
29
30
9
23
4

2
673
81
2
7
40
35
29
26

37
112
12

117
7

122
234
25
1

243
263

479

1,061

2
19

196
109

91
19
15
3

15
10

23
4

61
3

97

155
1

262
4
2
2

343
7
3
4
22
1

366
5

3

10
42
6
14
11
7
10
18
20

71
39
2
22
122
66

62
1I

148

520

74
96
15
45
148
93

768

983

42

3
10
1
21
4
2

797
915
291
34

271

215
11
8
13
70
6
18
4
3

23

"2

104

6,458

2
13

34

1,703
48
34
84
273

98

71
7
23
16
8
5
4

5

8
21

14

1
7
11

1
1
3

78
45
20
69
53
33

20
19
21
10
4
6

2
15
9
4

191

88

392

46

45
74
53
29
37
56
123

*T

13
26

2,725
523
16
48
434
202
185
188
58

TABLES,




” 4*
17
4
12
18
1

2
4
21

SUMMARY

FRESH PORK.
Laborers i..................................................
Ham and shoulder sawyers...................
Ham cutters-off........................................
Ham trimmers.........................................
Ham boners..............................................
Choppers-off, shoulders and ribs...........
Shoulder trimmers..................................
Shoulder boners.......................................
Butt pullers..............................................
Scribe sawyers.........................................
Loin pullers..............................................
Ribbers......................................................
Trimmers and ham and shoulder skin­
ners.........................................................
Trimmers of trimmings..........................
Utility m en*.............................................
Small-order m en......................................
Packers, nailers, and car stowers.........
Truckers....................................................
Total.................

11
39
50
2
15
29
8
27
34
2

95

425
111
4
9
60
49
36
36
27

62

Cumulative per cen t.

Cumulative per ce n t.

14
225
145
4
5
59
18
52
33
8

1,490

250
13
1
1
16
26

377
338
109
220
514
437

1
13
4

30

24

4.554

99

1 For other occupations included in this term see same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.

Ol

T able

5 .—EMPLOYEES

RECEIVING EACH CLASSIFIED AMOUNT OF WEEKLY EARNINGS, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Continued.

Or
to

M A L E S—Concluded.

Number of employees who earned-

U n­
der
$2.

$22
$24
$28
$26
$2
$12
$10
$14
$16
$18
$4
$8
$6
$20
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
$24.
$28.
$4.
$12.
$30.
$26.
$8.
$14.
$22.
$20.
$6.
$10.
$18.
$16.

$30
and
over.

Total.

LARD AND OLEO OIL.

...............................................

68

89
25
7
45
17
27
22
1

33
27
6
21
19
3
26

8
27
2
2
14
2
17

68

116

225

370

410

233

135

72

33

8

5

11

18

30

51

73

86

93

97

99

100

100

6
3
3
8
9
1
49
3

15
9

22
18
11
42
17

40
65
31
123
25
3
280
23
13
102
16

6
56
16
105
11

1
41
3
52
2

18
2
27
1

6
2
7
1

3

2

128
30
28
36
28

52
28
26
13
29

4
7
12
4
15

50
3
1
5
2
5
1
1

21

48

69

1

Cumulative per cent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4
3
6
1
2

1
2
1
4
1
20

4

8

3
3

4
2
3
8
3

9
2
9
7
2

2
2
1

7
2
5

947
146
31
298
92
156
116
27

2
1
1
1

3

3

1,813

SAUSAGE.
Truckers and forkers___ _____ __________
Pnttf'rs 1
..........................
f1
,twinjr workers1. .
...................
fftnffpiN
......................... .........................
1
..........................
T finpr? 1
?
........................
Tifihfttpr'i 1
........................
Cookers
- ..............
SSmnlrprs
. .....................
Paplrfrd 1
.
TTfilitv mp.n 1
.......... .......... ..

24
62
34
65
16
5
56
53
57
47
38

.......................

66

....................

Total

8
13
1
45
4

*i26*
6

13

20
2

34
3

40
39
30
65
32
3
277
16
6
155
6

7

4

69

95

117

279

669

721

444

247

90

34

17

3

3

5

8

13

22

46

71

86

95

98

99

100

100

3
89
8

3
111
14

8
124
20

7
174
36

29
277
41

87
663
130

102
550
194

123
374
170

113
114
61 81

31
25
32

18
3
6

5

25

3

1
2

29

48

1

Cumulative per cent.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3
2
1
14

1
54
7

32
3
1
3
1

1

5
1

3
8

2*
2

1

1

146
267
110
461
118
10
1,032
126
97
385
111
2,863

CURED MEAT.
ftrfldpT*! 1
T.ahnrpr? 1




...................
..................

52
65

530
2,558
739

INDUSTRY.

203
29
4
91
12
54
16
1

5
13
1

21
3
6
2
1

247
11
4
57
9
25
17

40

80
3

2

142
6
4
47
1
20
4
1

32

MEAT-PACKING

Total

16

AD
N

.............................................
Pumpers1
Pressmen or wheelmen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Utility m en1. ...............................................
Labelers1
- ...............................................

57
53
26
57
38
32
47
4

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

N um ­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

2
2
3

1
2
12

TTf/ility men 1............................................ .

53
61
54
52
40
49
55

20
2

Total.................................................

69

Rubbers, salters and pilers.....................

55
75
56
31
33
18
96

49
31
17
23
20
7
59

32

9

2

494
446
636
90
231
1,030
425

1,491

1,657

1,308

672

294

85

22

3

7,179

23

44

67

85

94

98

100

100

100

4
1
2
6
3
5
12
1
12

6
2
6
16

9
11

7
16

2
6

6
2

2

1

6
10
21
15

5
14
16
2

1
2
2
1

2

18
28
1
38

6
7
2
16'
8
33
13
2
33
2
6
39
64
51
43
416

1

1

1

36
1
1
54
53
71
18
257

12
3
7
9
31
36
5
66

9

1

1
4
14
11
2
22

2
3
5
6
7

4
2

4

2
41
3

2
77
8

28
27
49
3
13
118
14

91

161

208

236

352

599

4

6

10

15

1
1
2
4
2

2

1
5
1

2
1
7
1
3
6

75
57'
98
5
30
305
41

2
2

1

98
116
166
13
59
108
81

10
5
16
1
4
41
7

1

Cumulative pp,r np.nt,_________________

20
8
20

134
109
186
7
59
247
69

12
4
11
1
2
48
2

7
8
2
4
5

2
2

CANNING.

Total.................................................

13

1
3
1
2

2

9

5

6

12

12

2
12
1
2
27

3
18
5
3
45

1
5
18
7
7
68

1
6
10
5
6
59

2
12
14
7
9
65

11
25
19
13
127

1
36
138
37
46
340

51

89

131

110

141

241

713

741

563

229

77

•38

2

Cumulative per cent.................................

3

2
5

4

9

12

17

24

47

71

89

96

98

100

44
50
14
68
43
101
100
5

1

180
9
20
190
406
257
154
1,496

10

3

3,137

100

100

FEM ALES.
CATTLE KILLING.
Laborers1...................................................

3

1

2

2

19

31

16

11

6

Cumulative per cent.................................

100

HOG KILLING.
Kidney pullers, shavers, singers, neck
brushers and spreaders.......................
Cumulative per cent.................................




1

2

2

3

16

17

29

96

100

* 24

1

8

1 For other occupations included in this term see same term in Table 3, p p. 9-24*

|

...........1
............

1

.........

TABLES.

12
11
2
7
4
12
6
2
13
5
5
9
8
10
9
9

SXJM AKY
M

Washers of empty cans............................
Passers and pilers, cans....................... ,.
Trimmers, msat . . . . . . . _________, . .
Machine tenders.........................................
Ptufffirs (meat in ^ans)___
Cap setters..................................................
Cappers.......................................................
W ashing-and-painting-machine tenders.
Labelers and wrappers............................
Packers.......................................................
General workers........................................
Inspectors...................................................
Truckers.....................................................
Laborers.....................................................

Cookers.......................................................

Table 5.—EMPLOYEES RECEIVING EACH CLASSIFIED AMOUNT OF WEEKLY EARNINGS, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Continued.

C
JT

FEMALES—Continued.
Number of employees who earned-

U n­
der
$2.

$2
$22
$24
$12
$6
$26
$10
$14
$8
$20
$4
$16
$18
$28
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
$6.
$22.
$26.
$24.
$30.
$4.
$12.
$20.
$10.
$14.
$28.
$16.
$18.
$8.

$30
and
over.

Total.

SHEEP KILLING.

Scrubbers, washers, and wipers.............

2

100

1
1
39
1

4
24

6

3

50

AD
N

1
17

2

Cumulative per cent.................................
OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND
CASINGS).

T otal.................................................

25

3

4

9

2

4

1

1

1
X

........... 1
............
I
......... 1
1
!

38
13

1
40
27

5
2

1
12
2

23
9

1
1
4

2
4

2
X

3

3

3
3

2
2
1

1

1

5

5

3

i

11

21

108

131

15

10

4

6

13

47

89

94

97

99

100

1
11

;
i

4

2

Cumulative per c e n t ..

7

______ i............

1

j

i
!

X
5
88
1
1
91
46
1
5
50
22
311

«

CASINGS.




2
1

1

3

1
14
2
4
14
5

3

2
1

2
1
2

i
6

5
2

4

29*
3
2
23

2

6

1

2
17
5
3
133
7
14
104

j

3
- 77

1
15

X

4
8
37

X
30

2

13

1

........... |
............
I
........... 1
............
3

1

1
|

|

22

INDUSTRY.

1
1
14
9

3

16
1
1
15

MEAT-PACKING

1

Chiselers, cheekers, and templers..........
Machine operators1.............
.........
......
Trimmers..................
Pluck trim m ers.........................................
Laborers.....................................................
Washers..............................
......
Tripe washers................
.........
Tripe scalders and cookers
Tripe scrapers and finishers....................
Pigs’ feet shavers1....................................
Toe pullers1................................................

Casing pullers or runners.
................
Strippers.........................
Fatters and slimers. . .
..................
Turners
.
.........
Inspectors1
.
....
Measurers and bunchers..............
Salters and packers
.. .
Trimmers of casings
...............
Blowers and tiers of bladders and weasands.........................................................

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

N um ­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

43
3

General workers..
Laborers...............
Total............................

23

91

174

52

10
0

34

Cumulative per cent............

100

FRESH BEEF.
Trimmers of trimmings__ _

19

Cumulative per cent............

24

10

FRESH PORK.
Trimmers of trimmings.
Packers1
, ...........

38

Total..............................

78

100

1
102
2
178
38

108
26
299
62

1
28
4
123
10
2

49

114
32

1
229
63

141

467

788

1,050
39

119

90

35

120

....................

110
1

16

99

100

LARD AND OLEO OIL.

Labelers, tub liners, fillers, can washers.

22

10

Cumulative per cent...................
sausage .

Cutters1, , .............
Casing workers
b u ffers................ .

Linkers1..........

Ropers1................
Cookers....... .........
Smokers............... .
Packers1................
General workers1..
Total............................

56

47

Cumulative per cen t...........

39

323
44
766
142
2
1
431
134

199
92

36

97

14

99

100

100

100

100

100

cured m eat .

18

Wrappers1.............................

Cumulative per cent. ---r--




2

5

11

126
39 I

39
94

97

298

10

81

i For other occupations included in this term

same term in Table 3, pp. 9-24.

TABLES,

250

67

38

112
7

235

SUMMABY

Cumulative per cent—

21

119
1

Table 5.—EPLOYEES RECEIVING EACH CLASSIFIED AMOUNT OF WEEKLY EARNINGS, BY DEPARTMENTS AND OCCUPATIONS—Concluded.

Or

FEMALES—Concluded.
Number of employees who earned-

Under
$2.

$22
$20
$14
$16
$24
$12
$26
$4
$6
$10
$2
$18
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under
under under
$22.
$24.
$16.
$20.
$12.
$26.
$10.
$14.
$4.
$6.
$8.
$28.
$18.

$30

and
over.

Total.

CANNING.

41
23

12
14
15
4
35
5
108

222
244
19
284

87
84
57

30
18
5

240
141

12
100

6
16

7
115

116

242

93

45
142
43
464
5
535
47

359

76

90

38

1
21

88

8

11
243
15

31

63
94

2,557

27

100

100

INDUSTRY,




10

12
25

1,153

1
46

17
106
119
16
163

MEAT-PACKING

Total.
Cumulative per cent.

4
41
45

AD
N

Washers (em pty cans)............................
Passers and pilers....................................
Trimmers, m e a t ......................................
Machine tenders...................................... .
Stuffers (meat, in cans)...........................
Packers (sliced bacon and chipped beef)
in glass jars, cans, or cartons..............
Weighers (filled cans)..............................
Wipers (filled cans)..................................
Cap setters................................................ .
Cappers......................................................
Pamters (can),......................................... .
Labelers and wrappers........................... .
Packers.......................................................
General workers....................................... .
Inspectors...................................................

SLAUGHTERING

Department and occupation.

Num­
ber of
estab­
lish­
ments.

SU M M A R Y TABLES.

57

Tables 6, 7, and 8 show in the form of cumulative percentages the
proportion of employees earning each classified rate of wages per
hour (Table 6); of those working each classified number of hours per
week (Table 7); and of those receiving each classified amount per
week (Table 8). The fact that some percentages may appear more
than once for a department is due to the fact that whole numbers
are given, any number having a fraction over one-half being raised
to the next whole number. For example, take “ hog killing” in
Table 6, where 100 appears five times, successively under 42|, 45,
47^, 50, and 52J cents. In this case over 99J per cent of the hogkilling department employees were paid rates of less than 42^ cents
per hour, and the remaining less than one-half of 1 per cent of total
employees received hourly rates which fell within the five classifica­
tions of 42J, 45, 47J, 50, and 52J cents.




T able 6.—CUMULATIVE PER CENT OF EMPLOYEES, IN ALL ESTABLISHMENTS WITH WEEKLY PAY ROLLS, EARNING EACH CLASSIFIED
RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, BY DEPARTMENTS.

Of
00

MALES.

■Cattle killing..............................................
Hog killing..................................................
fihpap k i l l i n g ___t . . . _____
Offal (other than hides and casings)___
H id es...........................................................

Per cent of employees whose rates of wages per hour were under—
N um N um uer oi
estab­
em­
57*
37*
27£
35
55
60
22J
25
32J
40
45
50
30
lish­ ployees. 15
20
m
m
47*
ments.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
5
3
1
1

10
8
6
9
11
7
7
12
18
20
8
10

31
31
29
36
55
25
49
40
55
52
47
82

49
49
47
66
79
52
73
62
79
74
73
91

59
63
5b
79
95
69
83
77
91
85
89
98

T ota l.................................................

74

43,063

2

10

44

67

79

C a sin g s

_________ ________

70
79
66
87
97
87
88
86
96
91
96
99

76
87
75
91
99
94
91
91
99
94
98
99

81
93
81
93
100
95
94
94
100
97
99
100

85
9'3
87
94
100
96
95
95
100
99
100
100

87
100
92
95
100
97
95
9$
100
99
100
100

88
100
95
96

89
100
97
97

■90
100
98
97

91

95

99

100
98
98

98
98

98

99

97
95
97
100
99
100
100

98
06
98

98
96
98

99
96
99

99
96
99

99
97
99

99
97
99

100
100

100

100

100
100

88

92

94

%

97

97

98

98

9S

98

99

99

I
FEMALES.

Total ..............................................

25

69
83
67
50

100
81

355
49
1,089
98
1,846
298
2,557

8
4
14
8
20
16
12

58
55
30
66
59
52
60

78
100
47
87
80
83
87

6, G47

15

54

78

3
1
2
25

16
24
6
311

23
4
38
22
56
44
13
5S

13
79

1
;

100
100
93

96

97

98

96

98

98

98

99

64
99
90
92
91

73
100
94
96
94

81

87

91

94

96

98
99
96'

99
99
98

99
100
99

100

100

100

100

100

87

91

94

97

98

99

99

100

99
100

69

100
98

98

99

99

99

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

i Including 3 establishments in which hogs are slaughtered by cattle-killing employees, and 1 that has its hogs slaughtered in another establishment.




INDUSTRY,

Cattle killing.............................................
Hog killing................................................
Sheep killing.............................................
Offal (other than hides and casings). . .
Hides..........................................................
Casings.......................................................
Fresh beef..................................................
Fresh pork .................................................
Lard and oleo o il......................................
Sausage.......................................................
Cured meat .............................................
Canning......................................................

MEAT-PACKING

3 ,441
4 ,2 7 6
1,107
3 ,8 0 6
1,241
3 ,1 8 8
6 ,4 5 8
4,5.54
1,813
2 ,8 6 3
7,1 7 9
3 ,1 3 7

AN
D

Fresh beef....................................................
Fresh p ork .......................
................
Lard and oleo o il.......................................
Sausage.......................................................
Curod meat..................................................
Canning......................................................

62
62
36
71
60
71
62
i 66
68
66
69
13

SLAUGHTERING

Department.

Table 7.—CUMULATIVE PER CENT OF EMPLOYEES, IN ALL ESTABLISHMENTS WITH WEEKLY PAY ROLLS, WORKING EACH CLASSIFIED NUM­
BER OF ACTUAL HOURS PER WEEK, BY DEPARTMENTS
MALES.
Per cent of employees whose actual hours of work per week were under—
Num oer oi
estab­
em ­
lish­
50 52£ 55 57i 60 m 65 67£ 70 72i 75 80 85
35 37£ 40
45
5
15 m 20 22£ 25 27§ 30
ployees. hrs. 10
hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs.
ments.
hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs.
Num-

Department.

1

3,441
4,276
1,107

C
1)
C
1)
C
1)

2
2
3

3
3
4

3
4
4

4
5
5

5
6
6

6
7
7

6
9
9

7
10
12

8
12
14

11
13
15

12
15
18

16
18
20

18
21
25

24
25
32

29
31
40

36
39
51

41
44
56

49
57
61

55
57
67

69
67
74

76
78
79

84
86
86

87
90
89

90
93
92

96
95
94

98
97
96

99
98
97

99
99
98

100
100
99

71
60
71
62
2 66
68
66
69
13

3,806
1,241
3,188
6,458
4,554
1,813
2,863
7,179
3,137

0)
1
C
1)
1
C
1)
0)
(! )
1
1

2
3
1
2
2
1
1
2
2

3
5
2
3
3
3
2
3
3

4
3
6
7
2
3
4
4
4
4
3 •4
2
3
4
3
4
4

4
8
3
5
5
4
3
5
5

5
10
4
7
7
5
4
6
7

6
11
5
8
8
6
5
6
8

7
13
6
9
9
7
5
7
9

8
15
6
10
10
7
6
8
10

10
17
8
12
12
9
7
9
11

11
18
9
13
13
10
8
10
12

14
20
11
14
16
11
9
12
13

17
21
12
16
18
13
10
13
14

21
25
16
18
21
16
12
15
16

25
28
21
20
24
18
14
17
17

30
35
26
23
29
20
17
19
19

36
37
32
26
33
24
20
23
21

42
45
38
30
41
31
26
28
24

48
50
45
34
48
35
33
34
27

60
59
56
42
60
47
46
46
38

68
67
64
51
67
52
55
57
46

76
88
75
65
79
69
73
73
58

81
93
80
73
85
78
79
78
66

86
96
86
79
89
85
87
84
73

90
97
90
84
93
89
90
88
78

94
99
93
88
95
93
93
92
84

95 98
99 100
95 99
91 95
96 99
96 98
96 98
94 98
89 96

99
100
100
97
100
99
99
100
99

Total............................

74

43,063

0)

2

3

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

11

12

14

16

19

22

27

31

37

42

53

62

75

80

85

90

93

95

98

99

33

13
46

25
54

92

FEM ALES.
Cattle killing
................
Hog killing............................
Sheep killing.........................
Offal (other than hides and
casings) ..
Casings . . . .
...............
Fresh beef
...
Fresh p o r k ...........................
Lard and oleo oil . .
Sausage__ i ............................
Cured m eat.
Canning..................................

3
1
2

16
24
6

25
23
4
38
22
56
44
13

311
353
49
1,089
98
1,846
298
2,557

Total............................

58

6,647

4

8

1

6
13

17
C
1)
C
1)

2
1

2
1
C
1)

3

4

1
2
1

3
2
2

5
2
3
3
2

6
3
3
4
3

1

2

3

4 i 5
I

(‘ )

3
2

4

5
3

17

i
5
3
9
4
4
5
3

50

6

7

4
11
5
5

6
12
6
6

8
4
8
15
7
7
5
*4* " 5 ’ 6
6

7

8

9 10 12 19 24 33 42 49
4
6
9 13 16 22 24 27
43
10
12
35
18 *2l' 25 *30 *37* 44 *54* 66
13 16 20 22 30
9 10
7
9 "ii* 13 17 21 26 35
7
8
9 10 12 18 25 32
8
9 10 12 14 16 19 24
9

11

13

16

19

24

29

36

56 100
100

96
50

33

ioo*

57
36
45
74
37
43
44
32

66
54
51
82
44
56
61
38

80
57
59
88
60
65
76
47

92
69
61
94
63
76
86
67

95 100 100
75 99 100 100
65 100
98 99 99 100 100 100
77 94 100
84 99 100
100 100
97 100
78 92 92 97 100 100

44

54

63

76

85

96

97

99 100 100

1 Less than one-half of 1 per cent.
2 Including 3 establishments in which hogs are slaughtered by the cattle-killing employees, and 1 that has its hogs slaughtered in another establishment.




TABLES,

62
62
36

SUMMARY

Cattle killing.........................
Hog killing............................
Sheep killing.........................
Offal (other than hides and
casings)...............................
H ides......................................
Casings...................................
Fresh beef..............................
Fresh pork.............................
Lard and oleo o il..................
Sausage..................................
Cured m eat............................
Canning..................................

Ol

to

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SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able 8.—C U M U LA TIV E P E R C E N T O F E M P L O Y E E S , IN A L L E S T A B L IS H M E N T S W I T H
W E E K L Y P A Y R O L L S , E A R N I N q E A C H C L A S S IF IE D A M O U N T P E R W E E K , B Y
DEPARTM ENTS.
M A LE S.

Department.

Cattle k illin g.............
H og killin g.................
Sheep k illin g.............
Offal (other than
hides and casings)..
Hides...........................
Casings........................
Fresh b eef..................
Fresh pork..................
Lard and oleo o i l .......
Sausage.......................
Cured meat.................
Canning......................
T o ta l................

Per cent of em ployees whose w eekly earnings were under—
N um ­
ber of N um ­
estab­ ber of
em ­
lish­ ployees.
$2 $4 $6 $8 $10 $12 $14 $16 $18 $20 $22 $24 $26 $28 $30
ments.
62
62
36

3,441
4,276
1,107

1
1
2

4
5
5

6
8
9

9
13
14

15
20
20

25
32
32

43
50
47

58
67
63

69
80
72

78
90
81

84
96
88

71
60
71
62
166
68
66
69
13

3,806
1,241
3,188
6,458
4,554
1,813
2,863
7,179
3,137

1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

3
7
2
4
4
4
3
4
4

6
12
5
7
7
8
5
6
9

10
18
8
10
11
11
8
10
12

16
24
13
15
18
18
13
15
17

29
39
23
22
29
30
22
23
24

48
61
38
39
46
51
46
44
47

67
78
59
62
68
73
71
67
71

82
92
76
79
83
86
86
85
89

91
98
88
90
91
93
95
94
96

95 97 98 99
99 100 100
95 97 98 99
94 95 97 98
96 98 99 99
97 99 100 100
98 99 100 100
98 100 100 100
98 100 100 100

74

43,063

1

4

7

11

16

26

45

66

81

91

95

88 91 93
98 100 100
93 95 97

97

98

95
100
98
99
99
98
99

....

99

99

99 100 100 100

....

FEM ALES.
Cattle killin g.............
H og killing................
Sheep killin g.............
Offal (other than
hides and casings).
Casings...................... .
Fresh beef..................
Fresh p o rk ............... .
Lard and oleo o i l ___
Sausage.......................
Cured meat................
Canning.................... .

3
1
2

6
16
24 ’ *8’ 17
6 17

19
29

31 100
96 100
50 100

25
23
4
38
22
56
44
13

6
311
2
353
2
3
4
49 . . . .
1,089
3* 11
98
7
1
1,846
3
6
5
298
2
6
2,557
2

13
8
10
22
11
14
11
15

47
34
49
44
37
39
39
31

89 94
83 98
98 100
67 78
90 100
82 92
81 94
76 90

97
99

99 100
99 100 100

88

94

T ota l................

58

6,647

15

37

78

90

95

2

6

98

99

97 99 100 100
97 100 100 100
94 96 98 99 100 100
97

99 100 100 100 100 100

....

i Including 3 establishments in which hogs are slaughtered b y the cattle-killing em ployees, and 1 w hich
has its hogs slaughtered in another establishment.

The plants from which data were obtained are grouped, as far as
possible, by centers of production and geographical divisions. The
Chicago plants, which include the largest and most important plants,
not only in the United States but in the world, are shown in one
group; the Kansas City, Omaha, St. Joseph, St. Louis, and East
St. Louis plants, which come next in size and importance and in which
like conditions exist, are combined and shown in one group. Geo­
graphical divisions determine almost entirely the other groupings.
Seven groups or divisions, as follows, are shown:
Division 1. Chicago—nine plants.
Division 2. Known to the industry as “ river towns ” —Kansas
City, Omaha, St. Joseph, East St. Louis, and St. Louis—20 plants.
Division 3. Fourteen plants located in Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota,
Wisconsin, and South Dakota.
Division 4. Seven plants located in Oklahoma and Texas.
Division 5. Thirteen plants located in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio,
western Pennsylvania, and western New York.
Division 6. Ten plants located in Atlantic coast cities.
Division 7. Eleven plants located in Colorado and Pacific coast
cities.




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61

OCCUPATIONS.
Many persons employed in this industry work at more than one
occupation. They have, as a rule, a regular occupation for which a
regular rate is paid, but for the other work a different rate is fre­
quently paid for each kind of work done. This other work may be
of a lower or a higher grade, and the rate paid for it less or more than
the regular work. Examples are as follows:
(a)
Killing floors or departments are cleaned each day as soon as
the killing for that day has been completed. It is necessary to have
a considerable force for this work and there is always a demand or
request for it by some of the killing gang, even though it is paid for
at the clean-up or labor rate, which is much less than the regular
rate of these employees. This is also true of employees in other
departments.
(i) Plants or departments are sometimes run at less than full
capacity. When this is done it is necessary to reduce the gang or
force, which is done by laying off or dropping some of the common
unskilled laborers from the pay rolls temporarily, or transferring
them to other departments and assigning some employees all along
the line to a lower grade of work, but at no reduction in rates.
(c) Employees sometimes do a higher grade of work than their
regular occupation by “ filling in ” for employees temporarily absent.
For this they are paid the regular rate of the absent employees.
(d) Hog killing and hog cutting and trimming in most plants are
done by one force or gang of employees. These employees, there­
fore, have at least two regular occupations, for which two regular
rates are usually paid. In this report preference has been given to
the killing occupations.
Each employee has been given the occupation and the rate of the
occupation at which he worked most during the pay-roll period for
which data were taken or the most important at which he worked
when the time worked at each occupation was not reported.
HOURS.
All plants have what are presumed to be regular hours of work for
employees; that is, a fixed or stated number of hours for each week
day (Monday to Friday), and the same or a different number of hours
for Saturday or Sunday. These hours are supposed to be fixed by a
specified hour for beginning work in the morning and for closing in
the afternoon. But in so far as they apply to the killing, cutting,
hide, casing, and offal departments, and to a less extent to other
departments, they are more regular in the breach than in the keep­
ing. The hours actually worked by many employees vary from day
to day and week to week, as they are dependent entirely upon the
run of animals into local stockyards. Monday is, as a rule* a short




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day, due to the animals arriving in the early morning of that day and
to the necessity of buying and transferring them to the plants before
the killing may begin. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and some­
times Friday, are the long days. Saturday is usually a short day, due,
as a rule, to the fact that most all animals purchased for the week
have already been slaughtered, though there may be various other
reasons.
The schedule of regular hours is as follows:
70 plants 10 hours Monday to Friday and 10 Saturday.
4 plants 10 hours Monday to Friday and 5 Saturday.
3 plants 10 hours Monday to Friday and 10 Sunday.1
1 plant 10 hours Monday to Friday and 7 Saturday.
1 plant 10 hours Monday to Friday and 7J Saturday.
1 plant 10 hours Monday to Friday and 5 for six months and 7J for six months on
Saturday.
1 plant 9J hours Monday to Friday and 5J Saturday.
1 plant 9 hours Monday to Friday and 5i Saturday.
1 plant 10 hours in summer and 9J hours in winter Monday to Friday and 5 in summer
and 9J in winter on Saturday.

GUARANTIES TO EMPLOYEES.
Fifty-one of the 83 plants considered in this report give certain
or all of their employees assurance that payment for a specified or
stated number of hours per week will be made. This is called
“ guaranteed” or “ gang” time, and usually applies to killing, cutting,
and lugging gangs. In order to be entitled to the guaranty it is
necessary for employees to report each day and do the full gang-time
work, or other work that may be required of them.
The data obtained from the plants show that very few employees
worked less than the guaranteed time, and in consequence were not
paid for more hours than worked.
The guaranties are as follows:
Twenty-six plants guarantee 40 hours’ pay per week, but the per­
sons entitled are not reported.
Twelve plants guarantee 45 hours’ pay per week, but the persons
entitled are not reported.
One plant guarantees 48 hours’ pay per week to luggers.
One plant guarantees 40 hours’ pay per week to the cattle-killing
gang and 45 to the sheep-killing gang.
Two plants guarantee 50 hours’ pay per week to the cattle and
sheep-killing gangs.
Two plants guarantee 50 hours’ pay per week to all employees.
Two plants guarantee 55 hours’ pay per week to all employees.
One plant guarantees 57 hours’ pay per week to three hog-killing
butchers.
Three plants guarantee a full daily or weekly rate for each day
or week to all employees except a small number of laborers.
i Plants in which animals are killed b y Jewish butchers w ho do not w ork on Saturdays.




G UARAN TIES TO EM PLO YE ES.

ea

la addition to the above there are also “ straight-time” employees;
that is, those who are hired on a weekly rate basis and who are paid
the full rate, regardless of hours worked. Their hours vary from
day to day and week to week, frequently being much less than the
regular plant hours of 60 or 55, though sometimes more.
FEMALE EMPLOYEES.
Women and girls have for many years been employed in large
numbers in the canning and sausage departments of this industry,
and to a very limited extent in a few other departments. In re­
cent years the number of females employed in the industry as a
whole has increased, and employment of them has been extended
to other departments until females are now found in all except the
hide department. They are doing a variety of work that was for­
merly done by men.
They scrub, wash and wipe cattle and sheep, trim bruises and tails,
wash rags, put in neck rags, put in and take out spreaders, brush
out necks, shave and singe hogs, and pull kidneys out of leaf fat— all
on the killing floors or in the killing departments; trim offal, wash
and pick fat, wash heads, wash tripe or paunches, shave, scrape,
clean, and singe pigs’ feet, pull toes, and split, bone, trim, and sinew
pigs’ feet, and do other operations in the offal department; run, stiip,
fat, slime, turn, measure, salt, pack, blow, inspect, grade, and trim
casings, blow and tie bladders and weasands, and do general work
in the casing department; trim and pack meat in the fresh-beef
department; trim meat cuts, trim trimmings, pack, wrap, inspect,
label, and grade meat, and bundle skins in the fresh-pork department;
wash empty cans, line and fill tubs and pails, and label pails and tubs
in the lard and oleo oil department; operate sewing machines, make
bags, turn bags, fold cloth, clean hangers, label meat, repair bags,
and weigh, pack, and wrap meat in the cured-meat department; wash,
clean, trim, and re-turn casings, cut casings to length required accord­
ing to kind of sausages to be stuffed, tie one end of each casing length
with cord, operate and feed chopping, cutting, mixing, grinding, and
stuffing machines, and link, tie, hang, cook, smoke, and pack sausage
in the sausage department; trim dried-beef hams, corned beef, and
tongues, inspect trimmed meats, wash and wipe empty cans, glasses,
and jars, operate slicing, stuffing, and capping machines, weigh meat
and tongues and weigh stuffed cans, making the correct weight by
adding meat to or taking meat out of the stuffed cans, stuff sliced
dried beef and bacon, meat, and sausage into glasses, jars, and cans
by hand, set caps on stuffed cans, and pass, pile, label, wrap, paint,
and pack stuffed glasses, jars, and cans in the canning department.
The work done by females is not heavy and does not require much
strength. Practically all are seated while at work. Those who




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SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

o p e r a t e a n d fe e d m a c h in e s , s o m e tr im m e r s , a n d a fe w o th e r s s t a n d
w h ile a t w o r k .
W o r k in g c o n d it io n s in th e c a n n in g a n d s a u s a g e d e p a r t m e n t s a re
good.
T h e r o o m s a r e , as a r u le , w e ll lig h t e d a n d v e n t ila t e d a n d a re
a ls o s a n it a r y .
T h e c o n d it io n s in o th e r d e p a r tm e n ts a re n o t g o o d ,
a n d i t is e x t r e m e l y d o u b t f u l i f t h e c o n d i t i o n s a n d t h e w o r k c a n b e
m a d e s u it a b le f o r w o m e n a n d g ir ls .
T h e c o n d it io n s in th e fr e s h -p o r k , c a s in g , a n d o ffa l d e p a r t m e n t s a re
f r o m n e c e s s i t y n o t g o o d , a s i t is n e c e s s a r y t o u s e m u c h w a t e r i n
th ese d e p a rtm e n ts .
C e m e n t flo o r s w it h w a t e r s t a n d in g o r r u n n in g
o n th e m m a k e it n e ce ssa ry fo r th e w o rk e rs to s ta n d o n b o a r d s to
k ee p th e fe e t d ry .
M o s t a ll e s t a b lis h m e n t s p r o v id e r e s t r o o m s f o r fe m a le w o r k e r s a n d
a ll p r o v id e c o m f o r t a b l e d r e s s in g r o o m s , s a n it a r y w a s h r o o m s , e t c .
O v e r 8 ,0 0 0 w o m e n a n d g ir ls w e r e e m p l o y e d in t h e p r o d u c t i v e
d e p a r t m e n t s o58 o f t h e 83 p l a n t s t h a t f u r n i s h e d d a t a f o r t h i s r e p o r t .
f
F e m a l e s w e r e n o t e m p l o y e d25 ne s t a b l i s h m e n t s .
i
A b o2,000 w e r e
ut
e m p lo y e d a s o ffic e e m p lo y e e s (c le r k s , s t e n o g r a p h e r s , b o o k k e e p e r s ,
e t c . ) , m a k i n g a t o t a l o f o10,000. A b o u t 2,500 w e r e e m p l o y e d
ver
i n t h e c a n n i n g d e p a r t m e 1,800 i n t h e s a u s a g e d e p a r t m e n t , a n d
n t,
1,100 i n t h e f r e s h - p o r k d e p a r t m e n t , a n d t h e r e m a i n d e r w e r e s c a t t e r e d
th ro u g h th e o th e r d e p a rtm e n ts .
WAGE INCREASES IN 1917.
On or about April 1, 1917, wages of nearly all persons employed
in this industry were increased 2\ cents per hour. The increase was
made after data had been obtained from all the plants in division 1
(Chicago), from 6 in division 2, from 1 in division 6, and from 1 in
division 7. The figures shown in this report for these plants do not
include the increase, but the figures for all other plants do include it.
A further increase of
cents per hour was made in the fall of
1917. The second increase is not included in the data shown for any
plants*
INSPECTION OF ANIMALS AND MEATS.

I n s p e c t io n is n o w s o c lo s e l y c o n n e c t e d w it h a n d s o m u c h a p a r t o f
t h e s la u g h t e r in g a n d m e a t - p a c k i n g i n d u s t r y in a ll e s t a b lis h m e n t s
t h a t d o in t e r s t a t e b u s in e s s , a n d o f s u c h im p o r t a n c e in a ffo r d in g a ssu r­
a n c e a n d p r o t e c t i o n t o c o n s u m e r s o f m e a t , t h a t t h is r e p o r t w o u ld b e
in c o m p le t e w it h o u t s o m e s t a t e m e n t c o n c e r n in g it.
I n s p e c t i o n is
m a d e b y w e ll t r a in e d , e x p e r ie n c e d , a n d e ffic ie n t e m p lo y e e s o f th e
B u r e a u o f A n im a l I n d u s t r y o f th e D e p a r t m e n t o f A g r ic u ltu r e , a n d
is s o t h o r o u g h a n d c o m p l e t e t h a t t h e r e is l it t l e o r n o c h a n c e o
d is e a s e d , u n s o u n d , u n h e a lt h fu l, o r u n w h o le s o m e m e a t b e i n g p a s s e d
fo r fo o d .
I t b e g in s w it h th e liv e a n im a ls in t h e l o c a l p u b l i c s t o c k ­




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65

yards or in the pens of the individual establishments and ends with
the shipment of the “ U. S. Inspected and Passed” meat from the
establishments. It consists of (1) an ante-mortem inspection care­
fully made while the animals are at rest in the local public stock­
yards or the establishment pens; (2) a post-mortem inspection of the
carcass and the various organs, especially of the glands; (3) sani­
tary inspection for strict cleanliness in handling and preparing meat
for food.
(1) If the ante-mortem inspection or observation discloses signs or
symptoms of disease in or among a lot of animals, the entire lot is
given another*inspection, each animal being carefully and thoroughly
examined. In x
the case of hogs, if the signs or symptoms indicate
cholera they are placed in a special pen for special examination. In
all cases and for all diseases where it is important and necessary to
have a record of an animal’s temperature, it is taken and recorded.
Animals found diseased and unfit for food are condemned and
marked by means of a serially numbered “ U. S. Condemned” metal
tag attached to the ear. It is against the rules and regulations of the
Bureau of Animal Industry to slaughter animals so marked in any
establishment or to take them into any department of an establish­
ment used for edible products. They are taken to the tank house
where they are disposed of according to rules and regulations. The
number of the tag is reported to the inspector in charge by the em­
ployee who attaches it to the animal and also by the one in charge
of tanking animals and condemned meats.
{2) The post-mortem inspection is of much more importance and
far more necessary than the ante-mortem inspection. By it diseased
meat is detected and eliminated from the food supply. It is made
while animals are being slaughtered and consists of head inspection,
viscera inspection, carcass inspection, and final inspection.
In making the head inspection the lymphatic glands, which are
seats of tuberculosis, are cut into and examined for signs of that or
any other disease; the tongue is carefully examined and cut into
whenever necessary, and the cheeks of cattle and sheep are cut into
and examined for evidence of tapeworm.
The viscera inspection is made as soon as the animal is gutted.
The various organs, heart, lungs, liver, paunch, intestines, etc., are
carefully inspected and glands cut into or palpitated and examined.
The carcass inspection consists of a careful examination of surfaces
and parts of the carcass after the animal has been skinned, gutted,
and separated into halves, special attention being given to the con­
ditions of serous membranes, and finally all the glands, which are
seats of disease more frequently than other parts, are thoroughly
palpitated and examined.
Carcasses found free from disease or any abnormal condition by
the head, viscera, and carcass inspections are marked UU. S. In­




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spected and Passed,” and those not so found are marked “ Re­
tained.” Those passed go to the cooler, and those retained are sent
to the final inspection room for final and searching inspection by
veterinary inspectors who are thoroughly skilled through training and
experience in the work. If found diseased and unfit for food they
are tagged “ U. S. Condemned” and sent to the tank house, where
they are cooked and made into inedible grease and fertilizer.
(4) .Sanitary inspection of buildings, rooms, and equipment of
establishments is made for the purpose of enforcing strict cleanliness
in the handling and preparation of meat for food. Establishments
are required to furnish an ample supply of light in all rooms and de­
partments, good ventilation, modern and effective plumbing and
drainage systems, and an abundant supply of pure water; to have
rooms and equipment for edible products separate from those for
other or inedible products; and to provide sanitary equipment, sani­
tary and sufficient dressing rooms, toilets, and lavatories apart
from rooms in which meat and meat food products are prepared,
stored, or handled. Where both sexes are employed separate facili­
ties are required.
Inspection is made at approximately 850 establishments in which
about 60,000,000 animals are slaughtered each year. In each year
about 260,000 animals are found diseased and unfit for human food
and are condemned. If no inspection were made many of these would
without doubt become part of the general food supply. According
to records of inspection millions of pounds of meat are on reinspec­
tion condemned on account of having become tainted, rancid, or
otherwise unfit for food. This shows how much is being done to pro­
tect the health of consumers of meats, and also shows the value and
importance of inspection, and should cause consumers to look for
the mark of inspection on meats they buy.
Inspection has not only improved the quality of meat and meat
food products, but has also improved the working conditions of
employees in the slaughtering and meat-packing industry by re­
quiring a sufficient supply of light, good ventilation, and other
sanitary conditions.
Inspection is made at the 83 establishments that furnished data
for this report. These establishments slaughter about 80 per cent
of all animals subject to inspection and about 50 per cent of all ani­
mals slaughtered in the United States, inspected and noninspected.
According to records, 145,751 cattle, 49,318 calves, 115,246 sheep
and lambs, and 570,242 hogs were slaughtered in these 83 establish­
ments in one week ending May 12, 1917, while only 26,159 cattle,
29,030 calves, 31,029 sheep and lambs, and 172,380 hogs were
slaughtered during the same week in all other establishments in which
inspection is made.




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67

EXPLANATION OF TABLES.
Two general tables have been made. Table A presents data by
departments, divisions, and occupations for each establishment
separately, except for the sheep-killing, fresh-beef, and canning
departments, in which two or more divisions have been combined.
The reason for this combination is stated in the description of each
of these departments. The total for each division includes data for
all establishments that pay employees weekly, but does not include
data for those that pay every two weeks, semimonthly, or monthly.
Those that do not pay weekly are noted.
The average rate of wages per hour for all the employees in the
specified occupation in each establishment, shown in the third column
of the table, was obtained by dividing the total of the rates for all
employees by the number of employees. The average hours worked
in the pay-roll period of one week, two weeks, one-half month, or
month for all the employees in each establishment at the regular
specified occupation and at any other occupations at which they
worked during the establishment pay-roll period, which appear in
the fourth column, were obtained by dividing the total hours worked
by all employees by the number of employees. Employees in many
establishments worked at more than one occupation.
The average earnings in one week, two weeks, one-half month,
or one month, shown in column 5, were obtained by dividing the total
earnings of all employees by the number of employees, while the
average actual hourly earnings of all employees in each plant for the
regular specified occupation and for any other occupation at which
they worked during the plant pay-roll period of one week, two weeks,
one-half month, or one month, shown in the six;th column, were
obtained by dividing the total earnings of all employees for all
work done by the total hours worked at all occupations. The average
actual hourly earnings of all employees in a plant may be more or
less than the average rate of wages per hour shown in the third
column. This is due to the fact that:
(a) Some employees worked part of their time in some other than
their customary occupation, for which they were paid a rate higher or
lower than their customary occupation rate.
(b) Some employees worked a less number of hours than the guar­
anteed “ gang time” but were paid for full guaranteed “ gang time.”
Example—were guaranteed 40 hours per week, worked 35 hours,
were paid for 40 hours.
(c) Some employees performed, besides their own work, the work
of some absent employees, for which they were paid not only their
regular rate but also the rate of the absent employees, divided
equally among them.




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(d) Some employees worked less hours than paid for. Example—
worked 59 hours, were paid for 60; or worked one-half day, were paid
for a full day.
(e) Some employees who were hired on a daily rate basis worked
less than the regular daily hours of the plant (10 hours) and were
paid full daily rate.
(f) Some employees who were hired on a weekly rate basis worked
less than the regular weekly hours of the plant (60 or 55 hours) and
were paid full weekly* rate.
The columns under “ Number who received each classified rate of
wages per hour” should be read in connection with data shown in
column 3 and not with that in column 6.
Nonproductive or miscellaneous employees.—Practically all produc­
tive employees in this industry are included in the foregoing tabu­
lation which shows employees by departments. Other employees are
necessary to the operation, repair, and upkeep of the establishments,
and for the transaction of business. In the largest and most impor­
tant establishments each department has one or more employees for
a special job or operation, while in the smaller establishments one
employee or force does the special job or operation for all the depart­
ments in the establishment, being shifted from one department to
another as needed. For this reason and because the occupations
and work are not peculiar to this industry, but common to many
industries, these employees are tabulated by establishments as a
whole.
Office employees.—The rate per hour or per week, actual hours
worked, and earnings in a single pay-roll period of one week, two
weeks, one-half month, or one month were obtained from the pay
rolls of each establishment for each employee except office em­
ployees. Rate per hour, week, month, or year was obtained for each
office employee, and regular weekly hours, that is, the fixed or stated
hours for each day (Monday to Friday), and the same or different
for Saturday, that the office was open for work were also obtained.
Actual hours worked and earnings were not obtained for any office
employees.
Hourly rates of employees who are paid weekly rates were obtained
by dividing the weekly rates by the regular weekly hours; of those
who are paid monthly rates by multiplying the monthly rates by
12 and dividing the product by 52 times the regular weekly hours;
and of those who are paid yearly rates by dividing the yearly rate
by 52 times the regular weekly hours.
The “ average rate per hour” was obtained by adding all rates and
dividing the total by the number of employees.
The “ hours per week” shown for each establishment are the actual
hours that the office is open for work.




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69

The “ average rate per week” was obtained by adding all weekly
rates and dividing the total by the number of employees.
Average earnings per hour are shown for all other employees but
are not shown for these because actual hours and earnings were not
obtained.
The occupations of these employees are not peculiar to this industry.
The total or summary for each occupation is made from the totals
for each division, and is, therefore, only for plants that pay em­
ployees weekly.
Table B presents data by departments, divisions, and occupations
for employees in establishments that pay weekly, classified by hours
worked and earnings.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

70
T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T LE -K IL L IN G - D E P A R T M E N T .
DRIVERS AND PENNERS: MALES.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
Average
ber of Average
hours
rate of
em­
wages per worked
ploy­
per
hour.
week.
ees.

Average
Average
earnings hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
22£
20
and
and
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Under
20

Division No. 1.
1
2

Establishment N o.:
One.............................

38.4
42.5
60.0
61.1
60.0
71.0

$8.55
9.56
17.67
16.67
19.00
15.97

$0,223
.225
.294
.273
.317
.225

6

2
2

$0 ,2 2 0
.225
.295
.275
.317
.225

29

.262

55.6

14.72

.264

6

6

1
4
1
2
1

.250
.217
.250

69.0
60.0
60.0
54.3
42.0
57.8
61.5
60.2
60.0
57.4
60.0
60.0
61.8
57.0
92.2

.250
# .217
.250

2

2

.2 1 0

2

6
2

6

Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e .. ........................
Six...............................

3
14

Total.......................

3
4
5

2
2
2

Division No. 2.
7
8

9
10
11
12

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four................. t ........
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t.........
....
N ine............................
T en .............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen 1 ......................
Sixteen 1......................
T otal.......................

6

.260
.254
.250
.255
.250
.250
.267
.260
.245
.235
.263
.268

1 1 0 .0

17.25
13.00
15.00
11.39
10.92
14.61
15.37
15.34
15.00
14.35
16.00
15.60
15.13
13.40
24.38
29.35

30

.246

58.9

14.50

.246

1
3
1

.275
.217
.250
.225

60.0
66.3
39.7
41.5

16.50 ,
14.39
9.91
9.35

.275
.216
.250
.225

8

.238

52.4

12.35

.235

2

1

67

.252

56.7

14.33

.253

12

15

$0,280
.276
.300
.350
.279
.300
.280

.2 1 0

3
1
3
1
3
2

5

2
1

3

.260
.253
.250
.255
.250
.250
.267
.260
.245
.235
.263
.268

3
2
1

4

8

Division No. 4.
23
24
25
26

Establishm ent N o.:
One.............................
T w o ___
Three..........................
F ou r............................
T otal.......................
Grand total 2.......

3

2
1

KNOCKERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
2
2
3
1
4
1
2

$0,280
.285
.300
.350
.280
.300
.280

30.0
57.5
19.0
75.5
63.5
45.5
56.0

$8.40
15.86
5.70
26.42
17.71
13.65
15.68

Total.......................

27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Establishment N o.:
One
Tw o
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven..........................

15

.291

47.9

13.86

I The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




71

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS.
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T .
DRIV E R S AND PE35TNTERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
27*
30
35
37*
40
42*
25
45
47*
50
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under
32*
35
37*
42*
27*
30
40
45
50
52*
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
6

55
' 52*
57*
60
and
and
and
under under under cents
and
55
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. over.

I
1

1
6
1

1

7

8

1

Line
N o.

1

1

7

8
1
1
3
1
3
1
3
1

9

1

i
i

1

3
5

2

1
i
..... |......

1

15

!

1

..... I
......

1

!
,

4

3

|

1

27

8

1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

20
21

.......... i...........

1
1
3

10
11
12

23
24
25
26

i

1

1

SK O C K E R S: MALES.
"|

2
2

27
28
29
30
31
32
33

3
1
4
1
2
10

4 i

1

.......... i........... 1
........... 1........... i........... : ...........

2 Total for 24 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




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T able

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .— AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
K N O C K E H S: M ALES— Continued.

Line

N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
employ*

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0,305
.250
.278
.300
.250
.305
.271
.283
.300
.300
.330
.275
.305
.305
.305
.305

24.5
48.0
50.0
82.5
45.0
42.0
48.5
54.5
61.0
53.0
52.0
113.5
60.5
58.0
100.5
54.0

$6.80
12.00
13.85
24.75
11.25
12.81
13.16
15.41
17.91
15.90
17.16
33.00
18.45
20.05
30.24
16.47

.288

50.3

14.55

.310
.424
.305
.305
.325
.320
.275
.275

34.5
47.0
116.5
121.5
60.5
52.5
57.3
55.0

12.40
19.93
35.53
37.05
19.66
16.80
15.76
15.15

50.9

16.58

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22i
earnings.
20
week.
and
Under and
under under
20
25
cents.
22|
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o .:
One...................... .
T w o .....................
Three...................
F ou r1..................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E igh t...................
N ine....................
T en ......................
Eleven.................
T w elve1..............
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............
Fifteen1...............
Sixteen...............
Total................

19

$0,305
.250
.277
.300
.250
.305
.271
.283
.300
.300
.330
.275
.305
.305
.305
.305

Division No. 3.
17
18
19
20
21*
22
23
24

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three1.................
F ou r1...................
F iv e .....................
Six i .....................
Seven...................
E ig h t .................
T otal................

.359
.424
.305
.305
.325
.320
.275
.275

Division No. 4•
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four....................
F iv e .....................

.375
.275
.295
.300
.225

28.0
55.5
60.5
55.5
43.5

10.50
15.26
17.89
16.65
9.80

T o ta l...............

.295

51.3

14.95

.280
.350
.313
.225
.275
.275
.325
.300

21.0
61.5
35.3
60.0
58.5
67.0
51.0
62.5

5.88
21.70
10.88
13.50
15.65
18.43
16.58
18.83

.375
.275
.296
.300
.225

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e.....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E ight...................

.280
.350
.309
.225
.275
.275
.325
.300

.296
51.5
15.12
. 294 .........................
1 |
10
T o ta l......................
» The figures for this establishment cover i, biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENEEAL TABLES.

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AYER.
\Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING

D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.

KN OCKERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate o! wages per hour.
le
27*
35
57;
37*
45
32*
55
52:
30
42*
50
40
ani
and
and and and and and and and and and an<
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
32*
35
57*
52*
55
37*
45
42*
60
50
30
40
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.




4|
7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

25
26
27.
28
29

30
31
82
33
34
35
36
37

i !-

2|

1

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SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D E P A B TM E N T— Continued.
KNOCKERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O n e ............................
T w o ............................

1
1

$0,305
.170

36.0
67.0

$18.27
11.39

$0,508
.170

11

T o t a l......................

2

.238

51.5

14.83

.288

11

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

.225
.225
.250
.325
.350
.250
.302
.300
.263

75.0
51.0
49.0
58.0
50.0
55.5
55.0
54.5
44.8

16.85
11.48
12.25
18.85
17.50
13.87
16.61
16.35
11.83

.225
.225
.250
.325
.350
.250
.302
.300
.264

Total.......................

9

.281

51.4

14.51

.282

Grand tota l3.........

Line
No.

67

.290

50.3

14.68

.292

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
20
22*
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
1
2

Division No. 7.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Establishment N o.:
One2 ..........................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................

1
1

1
1

3

SHACKLERS OR SLINGERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................

5
2
1
1
4

$0,235
.235
.250
.300
.250

42.1
36.3
34.5
64.5
55.8

$9.80
8.52
8.62
19.35
13.94

$0,252
.235
.250
.300
.250

5
2

Total.......................

13

.246

46.5

11.52

.248

7

Establishment No.:
O n e ............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N in e 2..........................
T en .............................
Eleven........................
Twelve 2.....................
Thirteen.....................

1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
2

.275
.235
.275
.250
.255
.330
.300
.275
.338
.270
.290
.250
.246

35.0
60.0
41.5
50.0
51.5
57.0
53.0
50.5
86.3
62.5
51.0
87.4
49.0

9.62
14.10
11.40
12.58
13.10
18.62
15.90
13.79
28.20
16.87
14.79
21.89
12.21

.275
.235
.275
.250
.254
.330
.300
.275
.270
.290
.250
.249

1

Total........................

14

.268

50.8

13.63

.268

1

Division No. 2.
•
1

1

1 A t 17* and under 20 cents.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




75

GEN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
KTTOCKERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52}
55
57^
371
50
35
45
3$
40
30
42*
25
27|
60
and and and and and and and and and an< cents
and an<
and
and
under under under under under
under under under under under under under under under
and
55
57i
52\
45
60
35
42b
50
37£
47|
40
32|
27|
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents.

lane
N
o.

10
S H A G K L E R S O R S L IN G E R S : M A L E S.
I

1

!

i

4
5

1
I
i

i

1
i ........
1 1
1 i
i
2
2 ______ ______

1

1
!

i

4
5

5 1

1 i

i

s
1
i

......... ...........
!
I
t
!
i
i
!
1

1
i
.........
1 1
i.........
1

1
1

j

l

1

!
1

I

l

!
1

1

..........!.......... 1.......... !.......... i.......... !..........
3 Total for 48 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




76

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SHACKLERS OR SLINGERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
1
1

10.300
.270
.270

55.0
146.5
69.5

$16.50
38.95
18.93

$0,300
.266
.272

1

.300

55.0

16.50

.300

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
Tw o ..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................

2
1
1
6
1

.208
.215
.250
.250
.175

58.0
57.0
29.0
38.8
59.5

12.04
12.25
7.25
9.68
10.40

.208
.215
.250
.250
.175

21

T otal.......................

11

.232

44.9

10.19

.227

21

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
1
1

.275
.225
.275

46.0
47.0
73.0

12.65
10.58
20.08

.275
.225
.275

1

T otal.......................

3

.258

55.3

14.44

.260

1

Establishment N o.:
O n e.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................

1
2
1
1
1

0.264
.376
.394
.394
.200

49.0
36.0
31.0
38.0
70.5

14.50
22.57
23.65
23.65
14.10

.296
.627
.673
.622
.200

Total .....................

6

.334

43.4

20.17

.405

C rand tota l3. . ; __

Line
No.

48

.262

47.8

13.20

.276

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
22*
Under and
and
under under
20
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 8.
1
2
3

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 1..........................
Three 1........................

Division No. 44
5
6
7
8

2
1

3

Division No. 5.
9
10
11

Division No. 6.
12
13
14
15
16

1
1
1

5

9

HEAD HOLDERS: MALES.
Division No. 6.
17
18

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Total

1
1

$0.341
.327

31.0
38.0

$20.42
19.35

$0.659
. 509

2

.334

34.5

19.89

.576

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 17J and under 20 cents.




77

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SHACKLERS OR SLINGERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages, per hour.

25
27*
32*
35
30
37*
40
42*
45
50
52*
55
57*
60
and
and
and and and and and and and &
and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
32*
35
30.
37*
40
42*
45
47*
52*
55
50
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

1
2
3

1
1
1

1

4
5
6
7
8

1
6
1

1

7

1

9
10
11

1
!

2

I

1

1

1
18

Line
N o.

1
7

3

1 1

1

12
13
14
15
16

1

1
1
1
3
3

H E A D H O L D E R S : M A LE S.

to

1
1

17
18

......... !..........
'
1

1

a Total for 30 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




78

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
STICKERS: MALES.

N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num ­ •Average
ber of
rate of
em ­
wages
ploy­
per
ees.
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
20
22*
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
1
1
1
3

U ). 370
K
.450
.450
.370
.370

45.5
40.0
55.0
68.0
55.7

$16. 84
18.00
24. 75
25.16
20.60

$0.370
.450
.450
.370
.370

Total.......................

7

.393

53.6

20.93

.390

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................

1
2
1
2
2
1

.370
.370
.470
.395
.395
.395

60.0
42.0
37.0
55.0
62.3
54.0

22.20
15.54
17.39
21.72
24.59
21.33

.370
.370
.470
.395
.395
.395

T otal.......................

9

.395

52.2

20. 51

.393

Establishment N o.:
One 1...........................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
1
1

.395
.300
.300

116.5
50.0
44.5

46.02
15.00
13.35

.395
.300
.300

T otal..................... .

2

.300

47.3

14.18

.300

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

.280
.392
.350
.250
.300
.233
.350
.325
.325

36.3
32.0
45. 5
16. 5
51.5
60.0
72.5
35.0
59.5

10.15
11.75
15.94
4.13
15. 45
14.00
25.38
11.38
19.35

.280
.392
.350
.250
.300
.233
.350
.325
.325

T otal.......................

9

.312

45.4

14.17

.312

1

Grand to ta l2.........

1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e............................

27

.360

49.9

18.04 j

.361

1

Division No. S.
6
7
8
9
10
11

Division No. S.
12
13
14

Division No. 5.
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................

1

HEADERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
4
3
2
5
1
3

80.370
.370
.450
.370
.400
.370

56.5
41.3
50.8
65. 8
34.0
56.3

$19.32
15. 29
22.94
24.35
13.60
20.84

$0.342
.370
.450
.370
.400
.370

T otal...... ................

24
25
26
27
28
29

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................

18

.381

54.6

20. 38

.373

1 The figures for this establishnaent cov<er a biweeld y pay-rol 1 period aiLd are not include d in th e total.




79

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
STICK ER S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
27*
32*
35
37*
45
50
52*
57*
40
25
30
47*
55
60
and
and and and
and and and and and and
^d
and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
50
37*
30
47*
55
57*
45
42*
32*
52*
40
60
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

N o.

1
1
1
1
3
5

2

1
2
2
2
1
3

6
7
8
9
10
11

1

5

1

1

12
13
14

1

1
1
2

1
1

,

1

1
1

!
1
1

1

i
j
......... 1
.......... i..........

1

1

1

2

2

1

3

2

10

......... |
.......... 1
..........

1

1

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

6

i
......... !.......... i..........

3
H E A D E R S : M A LE S.

4
3
2

5
1
3
15

1

1

24
25
26
27
28
29

2

a Total for 22 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
included.




SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
eA

.—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES*
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
H E A D E R S: MALES —Continued.

Lue
fo.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.
Under

20

22i

and
and
under under
25
cents.
22\
cents. cents.
20

'
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Division No. 2.

Establishment N o.:

1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
3
3
2
2
2

49.5
38.0
48.0
41.8
77.0
40.5
47.0
42.0
46.7
55.0
60.0
53.0
52.0
92.8
61.0
51.0
81.0
54.0

$19.55
14.06
17.76
14.73
34.14
12.15
14.50
16. 59
18.43
21. 51
22.89
18. T
>8
18.23
41.53
24.10
20.14
31. 89
23.18

$0.395
.370
.370
.353
.395
.300
.309
.395
.395
.391
.382
.352
.351
.395
.395
.395
.395
.429

Fourteen 1 .................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen 1 ................
Eighteen.....................

3
2
2
3
2

$0.395
.370
.370
.370
.395
.300
.313
.395
.395
.391
.395
.353
.355
.395
. 395
.395
.395
.429

T otal.......................

28

.375

50.2

18.91

.377

1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1

.390
.400
.350
.413
.395
.395
.350
.395
.420
.350
.375

40.5
40. 0
62.0
50.2
117.0

17.15
16.00
21.70
20.93
46.14
48.19
21. 53
23.61
37.17
19.15

.423
.400
.350
.417
.394
.395
.350
.395
.420
.350
.375

13

.390

50.5

19.88

.393

2
2
4
1

.395
.390
.395
.395
.300

58.0
52.0
59.0
56.0
51.5

22.91
20.28
23.30
21. 71
15.45

.395
.390
.395
.388
.300

14

.388

56.3

21.69

.386

Establishment N o.:
One
T w o .....................
Three ............. *..........
F o u r ..........................
Five
. .
Six
Seven

1
1
1
1
2
1
1

.300
.400
.375
.350
.250
.350
.333

57.5
60.5
38.0
46.0
58.8
51.5
55.0

17.25
25.90
14.25
16.10
14.69
18.00
18.33

.300
.400
.375
.350
.250
.350
.333

T otal.......................

8

.326

53.3

16.90

.327

Four......... . . . 1 ..........
Five 1 ..........................
E igh t..........................
T en ..............................

Division No. S.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
Two
............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e 1..........................
S ix 1 ............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N in e 1 ..........................
T en..............................
Eleven........................
T otal. . ; .............

5

1 2 2 .0

61.5
59.8
88.5
31.5
51.0

1 1 .0 2

Division No. 4.
30
31
32
33
34

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .........................
Three . . .
Four........................
F i v e .............
Total

5

Division No. 5.
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

s figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GEN ERAL TABLES.

81

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
HEADERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
L ine

No.

35
37*
52*
25
27*
30
32*
45
55
57*
40
50
60
and
and ana and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
27*
57*
371
52h
32*
42*
45
47*
35
40
50
30
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
!
1
......... 1
..............
1
1
1
1
!
........... 1
............
1

1

1
1
1
2
1
1

1
i
......... I..........
1
......... 1
..........

1
2
3
1
2
1
1
3
2
2
3

1
1
1

6

3

1

i
......... i..........
I
i
!
1

1

1
1
’ * 1
.........
1
2
!

15

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

!

i
!

3

..

1
1
1
. (. . .

.

......... 1
..........
|
'
“ I....

......... 1
i
|

1
1

1
2

1
1
|
j
I
j

i

i
1

1
1
2

I
!

1

1
1
i
1

2
1
1
1
5

5

j

1

1

1

I
1 !
1

2
2
4
5

30
31
32
33
34

1
1

13

1

35
36
37
38
39
40
41

1
1
1
2
1
1

i
2 !

1

1

1

1

1

2 1

95121°— 19— B u ll. 2 5 2 -




19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

1

1

' " T

" '

.........

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

82
T a b le

A .—

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EP A B TM E N T— Continued.
HEADERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three........... '.............
Four............................
F iv e ............................

1
3
2
2
1

$0.236
.323
.323
.323
.250

T ota l.......................

9

.305

49.0
36.0
31.0
38.0
60.0

Establishment N o.:
One 1...........................

$13.00
19.35
19.35
25.79
15.00

39.4 !

$0.265
.538
.624
.679
.250

1

19.57

.497

1

32.13
13.98
4.50
21.30
16.50
20.83
21.17
15.95
16.40

.273
.325
.300
.533
.340
.350
.385
.275
.325

i

Division No. 7.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2

.275
.325
.300
.533
.275
.350
.385
.275
.325

117.5
43.0
15.0
40.0
48.5
59.5
55.0
58.0
50.5

T otal.......................

10

.340

43.5

15.15

.348

Grand t o ta l2.........

100

.366

50.5

19.25

.381

Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................

22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.
1
I

Division No. 6.
1
2
3
4
5

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
• per hour.

_______ _______
'
1 i

DROPPERS AND PRITCHERS-TJP: MALES.
Division No. 1.

!
2
3
1
5
1
2

$0,250
.250
.325
.235
.300
.270

66.3
35.8
70.0
75.0
66.5
53.5

$16.20
8.95
22.75
17.56
19.95
14.31

$0.245
.250
.325
.234
.300
.267

5

T otal.......................

14

.256

61.3

15.60

.254

5

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
Ten..............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen.....................
Fifteen1.....................
Sixteen1.....................
Seventeen1

1
1
1
3
2
3
3
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1

.275
.225
.235
.218
.288
.248
.257
.255
.275
.275
.300
.283
.270
.300
.258
.260
.300

49.5
48.0
50.0
46.8
48.5
31.7
44.8
55.0
56.0
53.0
54.0
52.8
50.5
54.0
58.0
137.0
142.0

13.61
10.80
11.75
10.18
13.75
7.91
11.70
14.03
15.35
14.55
.16.20
14.96
13.56
16.20
14.54
35.20
41.30

.275
.225
.235
.217
.283
.250
.261
.255
.275
.275
.275
.284
.268
.300
.251
.257
.291

T ota l.......................

15
16
17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................

24

.260

47.8

12.52

.262

Division No. 2.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

1

1
2

1
2
2
1

1

2

9

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




83

GENERAL, TABLES.

OP H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E AR N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D IV IS IO N S A N D E STA B L ISH M E N T S— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HEADERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
45
55
37*
321
35
25
27*
30
40
42*
47*
50 #52*
60
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55 . 57*
60 over.
42*
45
32*
35
52*
37*
40
47*
30
50
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

3
2
2

:

!
1
.........
i
1
i
1
......... !..........

1
|

1
7

1

Line
No.

!
......... i..........
i

2
1
2
i

10
11
12
13
14

1
1
1
1
1

1

!

2

1

2

1

4

3

3
14

2

30

35

i

3

4

2 ......... 1

i

DROPPERS AND PRITCHERS-UP: MALES.
]
i
2
3

15
16
17
18
19
20

1
i
1

1

6

1

l

1

1

1
...........
1 |
i|

;

l

i

l

2

l
l
l

l

........2

2

......... 1
..
1
j
2 Total for 54 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
5

C |
O

l

5




......... 1
..........

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

J

84

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — C on tin u ed .
DROPPERS AND P R ITC H E R S-U P : MALES—Concluded.
|

Line
No,

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.
Under

22*
20
and
and
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.
20

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
1
1
1
2
1

$0,290
.275
.250
.250
.329

34.5
143.5
59.0
25.3
55.0

$11.60
38.79
14.75
6.73
18.12

$0.336
.270
.250
.266
.329

1

5

T w o 1 ..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................

.274

39.8

11.58

.291

1

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

1
1
2

48.0
57.0
59.0
47.9

1 2 .0 0

5

.250
.225
.255
.247

12.82
15.05
11.92

.250
.225
.255
.249

3

T otal.......................

9

.247

51.4

12.72

.248

4

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
2
1

.275
.225
.250

46.0
30.0
53.5

12.65
6 .75
13.25

.275
.225
.250

2

Total........................

4

.244

39.9

9.85

.247

2

.255

1

Division No. 6.

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ..........................
Three ........................
Four............................

3
1
1

.233
.215

49.0
36.0
31.0
43.5

14.00
13.89
14.00
12.90

.286
.386
.451
.297

Total.......................

6

.227

38.6

13.76

.357

1
1
1

.250
.325
.250

51.0
55.0
55.5

12.75
17.88
13.85

.250
.325
.250

Total.......................

3

.275

53.8

14.83

.275

Grand total 2 ..........

65

.255

49.5

13.19

.266

1

.2 2 0

3
1
4

1
1

Division No. 7.
Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

6 I

22

F O O T S K IN N E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
F our....................
Total..................

7
3

$0,265
.265
.265
.265

24.5
42.5
59.4
62.0

$6.49
11.26
15.67
16.95

14

.265

52.5

14.00

2
2

$0,265
.265
.264
.273
.267 .

LThe figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

85

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLIN'G DEPARTMENT— Continued.
DROPPERS AND PRITCHERS-TJP: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
Lino

373
25
27*
32*
35
30
42*
40
45
47;
52*
55
57*
50
60
and
and and and an<
and
and and and an<
and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
27*
37*
32*
30
40
42*
45
57*
52*
55
47*
50
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

.1

10
11
12

1

1 I

No.

1

13
14
15
16

17
18
19

FO O T S K IN N E R S : M A LE S.

2
2
7
3

20
I
i
......... i......................
21
......... i. . t
22
......... I.......... I . ; . . . . ......... |
.......... :..........
23
1
i
14
..........i.......... 1
..........
2Total for 38 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
!




86
T able

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A —AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
FOOT SK IN N E R S: M ALES—Continued.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

j
Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Tw elve........................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen1..................
Fifteen.......................

3
3
3
1
1
4
2
2
2
4
1
4
3
2

$0,290
.253
.257
.260
.300
.250
.286
.290
.315
.285
.290
.290
.290
.290
.268

55.5
48.0
56.7
24.2
81.0
45.0
40.3
50.0
29.0
52.0
113. 4
60.5
57.5
95.0
56.5

$15.79
12.16
14.92
5.91
25.95
11.25
11.52
14.50
9.13
14.82
32.94
17.54
16. 64
27. 55
15.05

$0,285
.253
.263
.245
.300
.250
.286
.290
.315
.285
.290
.290
.289
.290
.266

1

Total........................

32

.279

48.0

13.32

.278

1

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o 1..........................
Three1........................
F our............................

5
2
4
1

.299
.290
.291
.275

41.8
89.8
56.9
59.5

12.58
26.70
16. 49
16.36

.301
.297
.290
.274

Total........................

6

.295

44.8

13.21

.295

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three ........................
Four............................

2
1
7
8

.283
.275
.297
.284

58.0
57.0
53.6
50.4

16.39
15. 67
15.96
14. 47

.283
.275
.298
.287

Total........................

18

.289

52.8

15.33

.290

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................

2
3
1
1

.263
. 242
.275
.300

45.0
51.0
26.5
59.5

11.83
12.12
7.29
17. 85

I
1
.263
.238
.275 ........... 1............
.300

1

Total........................

7

.261

47.0

12.16

.259

1

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
1
1

.255
.305
.200

43.0
31.0
64.5

14.00
21.31
12.90

.326
.687
.200

1

Total........................

Line
No.

3

.253

46.2 *

16.07

.348

1

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
20
22i
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22£
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r.........................
Six...............................

„

Division No. 3.

Division No. 4-

Division No. 5.

Division No. 6 .

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

87

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
FOOT SKIN N ERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
35
27*
30
37*
25
52*
55
40
42*
45
47*
57*
50
AH
D
U
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under 3X1(1
35
32*
37*
40
42*
45
47*
50
52*
55
57*
30
60
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

3
3
3
1

1
4
2
2

i
i

2
4
1
4
3
1
19

2

2
2
4
1

3

3

3

2

2
1
5
6

2

2

14

2

1
2

10
11
12
13
14
15

1

10

16
17
18
19
1

t

20
21
22
23

......... i..........
1

24
25
26
27

1
1

3

2

1

1

1

i
1 i

<

i

28
29
30

|

ll......

!




1
............ i
I

i
1

.............

88

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-BILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
FOOT SKINNERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
4
1
2

$0,200
.250
.350
.313

75.5
43.0
45.0
36.3

$15.10
10.75
15.75
10. 75

$0,200
.250
.350
.297

7

.282

41.4

11.47

.277

87

Line
No.

.278

48.8

13. 69

.280

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22}
earnings.
20
week.
and
Under and
under under
20
22i
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 7.
1
2
3
4

Establishment No.:
One 1..........................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Totai.......................

1

1

2

LE G B R E A E 32R S : M A LE S.

Division A7 1.
o.
5
4
2
2
9
1
6

$0,290
.290
.325
.400
.290
.450
.290

42.0
41.6
40.0
56.5
67.4
36.5
57.3

$11.93
12.11
13.00
22. C
O
19.22
18.00
16.48

$0.284
.291
.325
.400
.285
.493
.287

T otal.......................

29

.306

53.7

16.18

.301

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
Five 1..........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en..............................
Eleven........................
Twelve .....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen 1.....................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen 1................
Eighteen.....................

2
4
4
5
1
1
1
4
3
6
3
4
7
5
4
7
7

.355
.290
.290
.282
.300
.265
.315
.321
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315

49.5
43.5
63.0
40.2
86.5
36.0
45.0
35.8
48.3
54.3
58.3
37.8
52.5
110.5
46.0
61.6
53.6

17.57
13.27
18.08
11.25
25.95
9.54
14.17
11.52
15.23
17.11
18.17
11.89
16.50
34.68
16.92
19.35
16.86

.355
.305
.288
.280
.300
.265
.315
.322
.315
.315
.311
.315
.314
.315
.367
.315
.314

T otal.......................

5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix1.............................
Seven..........................

55

.309

48.6

15.24

.313

1
1
3
1
4
1
1
2
1
2

.315
.375
.340
.315
.301
.300
.350
.375
.280
.300

26.5
31.0
53.3
116.5
77.6
61.3
70.5
57.3
64.5
39.3

8.35
11.60
18.11
38.73
22.81
18.38
35.63
22.19
18.06
11.88

.315
.374
.340
.332
.294
.300
.505
.388
.280
.303

10

.324

49.2

17.01 !

.346 j...........

Division No. 2.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Division No. 8.
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three ......................
F o u r1
...................
Five 1
_____
Six
Seven
Eieht i
Nine
Ten
T otal....................... !

1
j

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




89

GEN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
B Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FOOT S K IN N E R S: MALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

25
an d
under
27*
cen ts.

30
32*
52*
57*
37*
50
40
55
27*
35
45
60
42i
47|
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
cents
u nder under under under under u nder u nder u nder u nder under under under under
and
32*
52*
57*
60
30
35
37*
42*
55
50
40
45
47*
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.
i
i

4
1
1

1
4

1

34

39

2
2

9

LEG B R E A K E R S : MALES.
I

1

5
4

5
6
2

7
2

8

9

9
1

10
11

6
24

2

•2

1
i

1

1

1

............1
............I
............|

..............I...............
i

1
..
i
..............1...............
,
2

12

39

27
28

15

1
1
1
3
3
6
3
4
7
5
4
7
7

16
17
IS
19
20
21
22
23

______ 1
|

............|

12
13
14

............
............
______ 1

4
4
4

1

24
I............

25
26

............
............i
1

1

1
............!.............

1
2

!
i !

1

1
3
1

1

i
i
1
1
2

1
2

3

1

1
............1
.............1
.............!...........................
!
!
I
i
i
!
i
1'
i
1
1
'
I
j
!
!
i
'

............!
............|
!

i______
2 1

1 i

i

!

1

I

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

1

2 T o ta l for 32 estab lish m en ts w ith w eekly p a y rolls o n ly ; 6 estab lish m en ts w ith b iw ee k ly p a y rolls n o t
in clu d ed .




S L A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

90

T a b le A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H OURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
LEG B R E A K E R S : M ALES— C onclu ded .

L in e
No.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h our.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

!

D ivision No. 42
5
6
6
4

$0,303
.3 1 0
.31 5
.315
.244

T o t a l............................

23

.30 0

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ......................................
S ev en ................................

1
2
4
1
2
1
1

T o t a l............................

1
2
3
4
5

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ...................................

22}

20
an d
U n d er
20
u nd er
22*
c e n ts .
cen ts.

and
u nder
25
cen ts.

!
1

7 8 .0
4 7 .2
6 0 .8
4 6 .7
5 3 .4

$2 1.55
14.63
18.98
14.48
12.85

$0.276
.31 0
.312
.310
.241

1

1

54 .4

16.02

.295

1

1

.37 5
.288
.231
.300
.367
.300
.300

5 9 .0
3 0 .5
51.1
60 .0
65.0
4 7 .0
59 .5

22.13
8. 58
11.88
18.00
23.75
14.10
17.85

.375
.281
.232
.300
.365
.300
.300

12

.292

51 .8

15.35

.297

4
2
5
1

.305
.305
.305
.200

3 4 .6
3 1 .0
4 2 .7
72 .0

18.27
18.27
18.89
14.40

. 528
.590
.442
.200

1

12

. 296

40 .5

18. 21

.450

1

1

1
1
1

. 250
.313
.305
.375
.300
.303
.375
.250

8 4 .0
49. 3
49. 5
4 7 .0
4 3 .8
55 .0
5 5 .0
2 9 .5

21.00
15. 42
16. 55
17.60
13.39
16.64
20.63
7.3 5

.250
.313
.334
.374
.306
.303
.375
.249

T o t a l............................

12

.311

4 6 .1

14.71

.31 9

Grand t o t a l 2............

153

.306

4 9 .9

15.85

.318

'

D ivision No. 5.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

D ivision No.
13
14
15
16

3

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
T otal

3

..........................

Division No. 7.
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

E stablishm ent J no .:
T
One 1.................................
T w o ...................................
Three .............................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ..................................
S ix ......................................
Seven .............................
E ig h t ................................

2
1
1
5

"

..............t
i

2

'

j

4

RIPPERS-OPEN-: MALES.
D ivision N o. 2.
’

2
1
1

$0,315
.31 5
.315

44 .3
54 .0
3 7 .0

$13.62
22. 73
11.65

$0.308
.421
.315

T o t a l............................

25
26
27

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h ree................................

4

.31 5

4 4 .9

15.41

.343

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




91

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
B Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
LEG BREAKERS: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25

an d
under

27J

cen ts.

27*

30

32£

35

37*

40

42£

45

47i

50

52J

55

57£

30

32£

35

37i

40

42i

45

47i

50

52i

55

57£

L in e
No.

60

60

an d
an d
and
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
and
and
and
an d
cen ts
under under under under under under under under under under under under under
an d
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cen ts.

i
j
1
1
1

1
2

1
6
6
1

5

3
4
5

1

1

1

1

19

1
1
1
1

1

1

4

1

2

1

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1

7

4
2
5

i
i

13
14
15
16

1
1

'
1

1
1

1
1

2

42

5

i

1

l

31
1

17
18
19

1
1

1

!

1
-------

5

l

1

2

80

7

4

6

----------

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24

!
2

1
I

1

RIPPERS-OPEN: M
ALES.

2
1
1

25
26
27

4
1
2 T o ta l for 52 estab lish m en ts w ith w eekly p a y rolls o n ly ; 7 estab lish m en ts w ith b iw eek ly p ay rolls n ot
in clu d ed .




92

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G ES PER H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATE S,

CATTLE-EJLLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
GULLET RAISERS: M
AXES.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h ou r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

2
2
Two
1

$ 0 ,250
.24 5
.25 0

3 6 .3
5 4 .0
5 7 .0

$8.91
12.81
14.25

$0.246
.237
.25 0

2

5

.248

4 7 .5

11.53

.243

2

E sta blishm ent N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o 1................................
T h re e................................
Four 1...............................

1
1
1
1

.235
.278
.270
.25 0

60 .0
137.5
60 .0
19 .5

14.10
37.60
16.23
4 .8 7

.235
.278
.270
.25 0

1

T o t a l............................

2

.253

6 0 .0

15.17

.253

[

1

G rand t o t a l 2............

L in e
N o.

7

.24 9

51 .1

12. 57

.246

i
I*

3

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

A verage
h o u rly
earnings.

20
an d
u nd er
22*
cen ts.

U n d er
20
cen ts.

22*
an d
u nder
25
cen ts.

D ivision No. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
1
3

...................................
2
T h r e e ................................

Division No. 2.
4
5
6

'

CAUL PULLERS: M
ALES.

'
-

D ivision N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....... ............................
T w o ...................................
T h re e................................
F o u r..................................
F iv e ...................................
S i x ......................................

2
2
1
1
3
4

$0.305
.3 0 5
.3 7 5
.3 7 5
.3 0 8
.3 0 5

4 5 .5
4 2 .5
5 4 .0
6 9 .0
74 .3
5 6 .0

$13.88
12. 96
18.92
25. 87
22.34
17. 08

$0.305
.30 5
.3 5 0
.37 5
.3 0 5
.3 0 5

13

.3 1 7

5 7 .4

17.98

.3 1 3

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..
.......................
T w o ...................................
Three
.........................
F ou r1
. . .
F i v e ...................................
S ix
.......................
Seven
.........................
E ig h t
.....................
N in e
Ten.
.
............
E le v e n 1
T w elv e
............
Thirteen
F o u r t e e n ......................
Fifteen
.
. .

4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1

.3 3 0
.2 3 5
.3 0 5
.3 0 0
.3 8 0
.33 0
.2 8 5
.33 5
. 330
.33 0
.3 2 3
.3 3 0
. 290
.3 3 3
.3 0 0

4 3 .3
6 0 .0
4 2 .0
4 0 .0
5 5 .0
4 2 .0
2 9 .5
5 5 .0
5 2 .0
5 6 .0
122. 0
60. 5
3 6 .0
54. 0
4 8 .0

13. 79
14 .10
12.81
1 2 .00
2 0 .9 0
13. 86
8 .4 0
18 .42
16. 76
18.38
38. 55
19. 96
10.44
17. 96
14 .40

!
i
.3 1 9
.2 3 5
.3 0 5
i
.3 0 0
.3 8 0 .............. I...............
.3 3 0
.2 8 5
.3 3 5
.3 2 2
.33 0
.3 2 3
.3 3 0
. 290,
.3 3 3
.3 0 0

T o t a l.............................

8
9
10
11
12
13

20

.3 2 0

4 8 .6

15.45

. 31S

T otal

1

D ivision No. 2.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

■

..............i

i

1

i The figures for^his establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in th e total.




93

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
G U LLET R A IS E R S : SCALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
under
27*
cen ts.

32*
30
37*
274
42*
40
35
47*
50
52*
45
57*
55
60
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
u nder under under under under u nder u nder under under under under under under cen ts
an d
37*
32*
35
40
42*
30
45
50
52*
55
57*
60
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

2
1
3
-

1
1
1
1
1
............I.............

4

CAUL PU LLER S: MALES.
|

j

|
2
2

1

3
4

______ 1_______

............I.............

13

2

11

4
i

2
1

1

1

1
1

1

1
2
1
1
2

1
2
1
2

3

9

1
0
1
1
1
2

i

1
1 1
I

13

1

...

1
1

1 '
"
............! .............
1
............1.............1.............
1
I
.
" i ............1............
i
............I.............
i
|
1
i
............I.............
!

14

i
i
i
|
i
i
[

15
16
17
18

19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23

24
25

26
27
28

............i............

2 Total for 5 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CAUL PU L LE R S: M ALES— Concluded.

jine
S
o.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y -

A verage
rate of
per
hour.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of w ages
per hour.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

2
0
U n d er

2
0

cen ts.

2J
2

an d
under

and
under
25
cents.

2|
2

cen ts.

D ivision N o. 3.

6

3 5 .5
4 5 .0
116.5
121.5
76 .1
3 6 .0

$13.00
14.62
36. 70
40.09
21.83
10.80

.3 1 7

3 8 .8

12. 81

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................

.3 3 0
.3 0 5
.3 3 0

5 8 .0
3 6 .0
5 8 .5
5 5 .5

19.14
10.98
19.31
14.57

T o t a l...................

3
4
5

$0.325
.3 2 5
.3 1 5
.3 3 0
.28 7
.3 0 0

T o t a l ...................

1
2

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T hree 1....................
F o u r 1......................
F iv e 1.......................
S i x ............................

.3 0 3

5 3 .7

16.31

.3 0 0
.3 0 0
.3 0 0

3 1 .0
5 1 .5
7 3 .0

9 .3 0
15.45
21 .90

.3 0 0 !
.3 0 0 I
.3 0 0

.29 1

4 3 .0
3 6 .0
3 1 .0
4 2 .5

16.00
13.20
15.40
13. 75

.3 7 2
.•367
.4 9 7
.3 2 4

3 9 .0

14. 42

.3 7 0

4 6 .0
3 8 .0
5 0 .0

12.65
7. 60
16. 25

.2 7 5

$0.366 !
.3 2 5 |
.3 1 5
.3 3 0
.2 8 7
.3 0 0

D ivision N o. 47

8
9
1
0

.3 3 0
.3 0 5
.3 3 0
.2 6 3

D ivision No. 5.

1
1
1
2
13

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ......................
T o t a l...................

D ivision N o.
14
15
16
17

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ......................
F o u r .........................

.220
.2 5 7
.220

T o t a l...................

D ivision N o. 7.
18
19

2
0

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ......................

.2 7 5

.200
.3 2 5

iTh

.3 2 5

44. 7

T o t a l...................
G rand t o t a l2. .

.2 0
0

53

.3 0 6

.3 1 6

for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

95

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CAUL P U L L E R S: M ALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per h ou r.

25
and
u nder
27*
cen ts.

42*
32*
37*
40
30
271
45
35
50
52*
57*
55
60
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
u nd er under under under under under under under under under under under under
an d
42*
40
52*
37*
32*
50
45
30
35
60
55
57*
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4|
7

L in e
N o.

1
1

1
2

1

3
4

1

5

1

6

1
1

2

7

1

8
9
1
0

1
2
1

1

1

1

1

3

1
1
1
2

1
1
1

13

3

14
15
16
17

1
1

1

1

18
19

1

2
0

1
1

1
2

5 |

19

19

3

2 T o ta l for 36 estab lish m en ts w ith w ee k ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 5 estab lish m en ts w ith b iw e e k ly p a y rolls n ot
in clu d ed .




SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
A.BL

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FLOORMEN OR SIDERS: MALES.

ine
Io.

D iv isio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h our.

A verage
h o u rs
w orked
per
w eek .

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f w ages
p er h ou r.
A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A v era g e
h o u rly
earnings.

20
an d
u nd er
221
cen ts.

U n d er
20
cen ts.

22*

1 an d
u nd er
1 25
! c en ts.

D ivision N o. 1.
1

3
4
5

6
7

9
7
1
2
12
1
13

$ 0 ,550
.5 5 0
.5 5 0
.5 5 0
.5 5 0
.5 5 0
.5 5 0

4 1 .9
4 2 .5
4 0 .0
5 4 .0
5 9 .4
3 6 .5
5 3 .4

$23.04
23.37
22 .00
29. 70
3 2 .5 5
22 .0 0
29. 36

$0,550
.5 5 0
.5 5 0
.5 5 0
.5 4 8
.6 0 3
.5 5 0

T o t a l.............................

1
2

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h ree................................
F o u r..................................
F iv e ...................................
S i x ......................................
S ev e n ................................

45

.5 5 0

5 0 .4

27. 70

.5 5 0

D ivision N o.

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
2
1
25

..............!...............

1
!

1

2.

|

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h re e................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e 1 ................................
S i x ......................................
S e v e n ..............................
E ig h t ................................
N in e ..................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n ..............................
T w e lv e ............................
T h irte en ..........................
F o u r te e n 1 ......................
F ifteen .............................
S ix te e n ............................
S e v e n te e n 1 ...................
E ig h tee n .........................

10
4
4
5
2
1
2
9
6
8
2
4
5
5
7
5
6
7

.5 6 3
.5 5 0
. 550
.5 5 0
. 509
.5 5 0
.5 3 8
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 1 3
.5 7 5
.5 6 4
.5 5 7
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5

4 6 .5
4 8 .0
6 0 .0
4 7 .5
75. 8
4 0 .0
4 5 .0
4 2 .0
5 0 .5
55. 0
5 5 .0
4 3 .0
5 2 .0
111. 1
52. 7
3 8 .4
8 9 .3
5 1 .9

26. 64
26. 40
33. 00
24. 22
49. 79
2 2 .00
24.19
24.15
29. 03
31. 04
29.31
24. 06
29. 33
62. 42
30. 31
22. 08
50. 80
29. 82

.5 7 3
.5 5 0
. 550
. 550
.5 0 9
. 550
.5 3 7
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
. 564
.5 3 3
.5 6 0
. 564
.5 5 7
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5

T o t a l.............................

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1
1

79

.5 6 6

4 8 .8

27.44

.5 6 3

2
1
1

2
1
1
2

.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.57 5
.57 5
.5 7 5
.5 0 0
.5 8 8
.5 2 5

32. 5
4 0 .0
42. 0
4 2 .7
9 6 .6
121.5
6 0 .3
8 1 .0
6 0 .0
3 7 .8

2 3 .00
2 3 .00
23 .00
24. 53
55. 99
69. 86
24. 65
42. 52
23. 50

2 1 .0 0

.7 0 8
. 575
. 548
.5 7 5
.5 7 9
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.5 2 5
.3 9 2
.5 5 6

15

.5 6 9

4 3 .9

24. 93

.567

4

4

.575
.575
.575
.575
.419

5 8 .0
49 .6
54.5
54.5
53 .5

33.35
28.15
31.31
31.34
21.79

.575
.567
.576
.575
.407

32

.555

54 .0 1

29.89 !

. 553

!
.............. 1...............
............L . . .

1
j
j

1

!
|

D ivision No. 3.
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

E stablish m en t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
Three ..............................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ................................
S ix i ...................................
S ev e n ................................
E i g h t 1 ...........................
N in e ..................................
T e n ....................................
T otal

6
4
3

1

D ivision N o. 4 .
36
37
38
39
40

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..................................
Tw o
.....................
Thjree
Four
F iv e
T o ta l..........................

»
5

10
9

1

.............. 1

figures for this establishm ent cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.
HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FLOORMEN OR SIDERS: MALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per h ou r.

25
an d
under
27|
cen ts.

J
.

37J
30
271
521
32J
35
40
421
50
571
45
55
60
47|
an d
an d
an d
ana
an d
an d
an d
and
ana
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
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98

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T ab le A . — AVERAGE

R A T E OF W AGES PER H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATE S,

CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FLOORMEN OR SID E R S: M ALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Numof
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
1

•$0,383
.500
.433
.400
.575
.359
.350
.500
.333
.417
.400
.362

54.0
60.0
48.5
60.0
38.0
60.0
41.7
51.5
60.0
60.0
32.0
69.0

$23.00
30.00
26.00
24.00
21.85
21.50
14.58
25.75
20.00
25.00
24.00
25.00

16

.411

51.8

22.32

Establishment No.:
One.............................
Two.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
Five............................

1
4
3
4
1

.364
1.064
.951
1.045
.333

43.0
32.2
31.0
37.9
60.0

20.00
34.46
29.47
39.55
20.00

.465
1.070
.950
1.044
.333

Total......................

Line
No.

13

.922

36.6

32.65

.893

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

.367
.367
.400
.698
.400
.375
.480
.452
.405

120.0
50.0
34.0
40.0
48.5
54.0
55.0
55.0
55.5

44.00
22.00
20.00
27.90
24.00
20.25
26.40
24.88
22.49

.367
.440
.588
.698
.495
.375
.480
.452
.405

.442

49.7

23.38

.470

.556 |

49.1

27.45

.559

Division and establish­
ment number.

j ber

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22*
earnings.
20
week.
Under and
ana
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Establishment No.:

Four............................
Five............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Eight..........................
Nine............................
Ten___ J*.....................
Eleven........................
Total......................

$0. 383
.500
.433
. 400
.575
.358
.350
.500
.333
.417 ...........
.400 I______
.362
.431 1

Division No. 6.
13
14
15
16
17

Division No. 7.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Establishment No.:
One1...........................
Two.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
Five............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Eight..........................
Nine............................
Total..................

9

Grand total2. . .

209

BR EAST OR B R ISK ET BR EAK E R S AND S A W Y E R S : MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ...........................
Three..........................
Four . . .
.... .
Five............................

5
2
1
3
1

$0,295
.270
.300
.290
.290

42. 2
42.5
69.5
68.7
55.0

$11.95
11.47
20.85
19.63
15.95

$0.283
.270
.300
.286
.290

Total..................

12

.290

52.2

14.86

.285

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




99

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-EJLLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FLOORMEN OR SID ER S: MALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
u nder
27*
cen ts.

524
30
32*
47*
40
27*
35
37*
50
45
55
57*
60
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
under under under under under under under under under under under u nder under cents
an d
42*
55
50
45
47*
40
52.V
30
32*
35
37*
60
57*
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2

1
1
1

3
4
5

1
1
2
3

6
8
9
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1
1
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7

2
1
1
1
1
1

6

1

3

1

3

1

1

1
4
3
4
1
1

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13
14
15
16
17

11

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18
19

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2
2
23
24
25

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1
3

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2

2

1

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1

9

3

5

2

3

l

1
8

1

01

101

12

B R E A ST OR B R ISK E T B R E A K E R S AN D S A W Y E R S : MALES.

1

5
1
1
3
1

1

10

27
28
29
30
31

1

2 T o ta l for 59 esta b lish m en ts w ith w eekly p a y rolls o n ly ; 7 estab lish m en ts w ith b iw ee k ly p a y rolls
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100

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

B R E A ST OR B R IS K E T B R E A K E R S A N D S A W Y E R S : MALES— Concluded.

L in e
N o.

D iv isio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em p lo y -

rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
p er h our.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

2
0
U n d er

2
0

cen ts.

an d
u nder

2*
2

cen ts.

D ivision N o.

2*
2
an d
u nder
25
cents.

2.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .............................
T w o ............................
T h r e e .........................
F o u r ...........................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................
S ev e n .........................
E ig h t .........................
N in e ...........................
T e n ..............................
E le v en ^ .....................
T w e lv e ......................
T h ir te e n ...................
F ou rteen 1................
F ifteen .......................
T o t a l...............

>.315
.275
.290
.290
.315
.315
.34 0
.315
.275
.315
.315
.315
.303
.315
.335

1
0

4 9 .5
4 8 .0
6 0 .0
6 9 .5
4 2 .0
5 0 .0
5 5 .0
5 5 .0
7 0 .0
5 2 .0
108.5
4 7 .0
4 9 .0
129.0
5 4 .0

$15.59
13.20
17.40
17.95
13.23
15.75
18.70
17.32
18.55
16.38
34.18
14.81
14.53
3 8 .4 2
18.09

$0,315
.275
.29 0
.29 0
.315
.315
.34 0
.315
.275
.315
.315
.315
.297
.315
.335

.30 9

5 3 .2

16.18

.304

.24 0
.32 2
.315

2 2 .5
3 5 .0
138.5

5 .4 0
11.28
42 .2 0

.24 0
.32 2

2 8 .8

S 34
.

.29 0

D ivision N o. S.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .............................
T w o . ...........................
T h r e e 1 .....................
T o ta l...............

D ivision N o. 4.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.............................
T w o ............................
T h r e e .........................
F o u r ...........................

5 8 .0
56 .7
5 9 .0
5 7 .2

15.95
11.32
18.59
17.68

.275

.315
.31 2

T o ta l...............

.271

57 .5

15.57

.271

.305
.287
.305
.17 5

3 6 .0
3 1 .0
3 8 .0
3 2 .0

18.27
17.20
18.28
5 .6 0

.5 0 8
.55 5
.48 1
.1 7 5

3 4 .3

14.84

2 5 .4 0
1 2 .35
2 .5 0

.22 5
.2 4 9
.2 5 0
.2 5 0

D ivision N o.

.275

.2 0
0

.2 0
0

.31 5
.30 9

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .............................
T w o ............................
T h r e e .........................
F o u r ...........................
T o ta l...............

D ivision N o. 7.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e 1..........................
T w o ............................
T h r e e .........................

.225
.25 0
.250

113.0
4 9 .5

T o t a l...............

.250

2 9 .8

7 .4 3

5 0 .0

14.85

G ran d t o ta l3

1 .0
0

.29 7 I

1 T h e figures for this e sta b lish m e n t cover a b iw ee k ly p a y -r o ll p eriod an d are n o t in clu d ed in th e to ta l.
2 A t 17* a n d u n d er 20 cen ts.




101

G E N E R AL TA BLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
B R E A ST OR B R IS K E T B R E A K E R S AN D S A W Y E R S : MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
under

27i
cents.

L in e
N o.

40
50
32%
45
52}
55
35
27J
30
42*
37*
571
60
47% an d J an d
an d
and
an d
an d
ana
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
und er under under under m ider under under under under under under under under
an d
42£
50
37§
40
52|
55
57 £
60
32|
45
35
30
47£
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents.

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4
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7
8
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10
11
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n ot in clu d ed




102
T a b le

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D
A .—

M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR. AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING- D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
CROTCH BREAKERS: M
ALES.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A veraga
rate of
wages
per
h our.

T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

1
1
2

$0,250
.2 9 0
.2 5 0

T o t a l............................

4

T w o . , ..............................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e .............. ...................
S ix ......................................
S ev e n ................................
E i g h t 1..............................
N in e ..................................
T o t a l............................

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

6 8 .0
5 2 .0

$ 7 .50
19.72
13.30

$0,250
.20 0
.2 5 0

.2 6 0

5 0 .5

13 .46

.2 6 0

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1

.2 2 5
.26 0
.2 8 3
.28 5
.2 5 0
.315
.31 5
.27 0
.26 0

5 0 .0
6 0 .0
41 .5
6 0 .0
5 0 .0
5 3 .0
6 3 .0
99 .5
5 4 .0

11.25
15.60
11.61
17.10
12.-50
16.69
19.06
27 .7 0
14 .04

.2 2 5
.26 0
.2 8 0
.2 8 5
.2 5 0
.3 1 5
.3 1 5
.2 7 0
.2 6 0

1

9

.27 5

5 2 .6

1 4.38

.2 7 4

1

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o 1................................
T h r e e ' ..............................

1
1
1

.2 9 7
.2 5 0
.2 7 0

4 6 .0
116.5
121.5

13 .6 4
29.12
3 2 .8 0

.29 7
.2.50
.2 7 0

T o t a l............................

1

.2 9 7

4 6 .0

13.64

.2 9 7

I
2
3

.2 0 0
.2 4 8
.27 3

5 3 .0
4 9 .8
56 .3

10 .60
12.43
15.36

.2 0 0
.2 5 0
.2 7 3

T o t a l............................

6

.25 3

5 3 .6

13.59

.2 5 4

G rand t o t a l 2...........

L in e
N o.

20

.2 6 6

52.1

13.94

.2 6 8

D iv isio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

U n d er
20
cents.

20
an d
under
22*
cents.

22*
an d
under
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 1 .
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
1
2
3

mo

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

D ivision N o. 3.
13
14
15

D ivision N o. 416
17
18

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

1

1

j

l

1
1
2
1

HOISTERS: M
ALES.
D ivision N o. 1.
3
6
9

T o t a l.............................

19
20
21

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

18

‘ S .2 8
O 3

4 5 .5

4 .a
3

.2 5 0
.25 5

5 6 .2

.251

5a 1

$10.85
1 0 .80
14.44

$0,232
.2 5 0
.257

12.63

.25j2

3
2

5

The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

103

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT —Continued.
CROTCH BREAKERS: MALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
u nder
27J
cen ts.

32£
37£
50
52£
55
35
47*
30
40
45
671
42|
m
60
and
an d
an d
and
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
and
and
an d
cents.
u nder under under under under under under under u nder under under under under
and
32£
55
52^
45
35
37^
50
57§
60
30
40
47£
42i
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

L in e
N o.

'
1
1
2
3

1

4
5

1

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

2
1
i
1
1
2
1
3

3

2

1

13
14
15

i
1
1

1
2

16
17
18

1

3

1

9

6

2

H O IS T E R S : M A L E S.

4
9

19
20
21

13

2 Total for 15 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
H O ISTER S: M ALES— Continued.

u.

D ivisio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
hour.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h ou r.
A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h ou rly
ea rn in g s.
U n d er
20
cents.

20
an d
under

22%

cents.

an d
u nder
25
cents.

1

1
4
1

22i

D ivision No. S.

1
2

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

$14.38
12.22
14.73
13.36
22.95
11.67
9.9 2
12.15
13.83
17.31
14.91
22.49
20. 54
16. 67
27. 55
15. 66

$0.290
.23 5
.233
.2 3 3
’ .27 5
.2 6 9
.2 5 5
.2 6 9
.2 7 4
.2 8 5
.2 8 7
.2 5 6
.2 9 0
.2 8 7
.29 0
.29 0

36

.2 0 2

51.6

13. 43

.2 6 0

E sta blish m en t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
Three i .............................

3
1
1

.3 6 5
.26 5
.2 9 0

51 .7
5 9 .0
114.5

18. 85
15. 64
33. 20

.36 5
.2 0 5
.2 9 0

4

.3 4 0

5 3 .5

18.05

.33 7

E sta b 'ish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ..................................

5
4
5
4
1

.213
.20 4
.271
.246
.2 0 0

4 5 .0
4 1 .6
5 4 .8
4 5 .6
5 8 .0

9. 47
8 .4 2
14.86
11.14
11.60

.2 1 0
.2 0 2
.271
.24 4
.2 0 0

19

.2 3 3

47 .7

11.13

.23 3

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................

1
2
1
1

.27 5
.213
.2 5 0
.30 0

3 6 .0
42 .3
51 .5
6 2 .0

9 .9 0
9. 08
12. 85
18.60

.275
.21 5
.25 0
.3 0 0

T o t a l............................

13
14
15
16

3
4
1
2
1
1

4 9 .7
5 2 .0
62.9
5 7 .4
83. 5
47 .7
3 8 .9
45.1
50 .5
62 .0
5 2 .0
87 .3
72 .5
5 8 .0
9 5 .0
54 .0

T o t a l............................

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
7

$0.290
.23 5
.235
.241
.27 5
.24 6
.254
.26 8
.27 5
.2 8 5
.2 8 7
.2 5 6
.2 9 0
.29 3
.2 9 0
.2 9 0

T o t a l............................

3
4
5

5

.25 0

4 6 .8

11.90

. 254

1

1

S i x .....................................
S ev en ................................
E ig h t ................................
N in e ..................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e lv e 1 .........................
T h ir te e n .........................
F ou rte en .........................
F ift e e n 1 ..........................
S ix te e n ............................
T o t a l........................

3
1
4
4
1
5
5
4

o

1

..........1

2
1

2

9

3
4

2

D ivision No. S.
17
18
19

D ivision No. 4-

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24

!

............

1
1
3

8

D ivision No. 5.
25
26
27
28

D ivision No.
29
30
31

1

1
1

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ..............................
T h r e e ................................

3
3

.21 8
.2 2 4
.247

4 9 .0
30 .9
3 1 .0

12.00
13.13
14.83

.24 5
.4 2 5
.47 8

1
2
1

1
1

T o t a l ............................

7

.23 3

3 3 .5

13.70

.4 0 8

4 I

2

i

figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




105

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-E3LLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
H O Z S T E R S ': M A L E S .— C o n tin u ed .

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
and
under
27*
cents.

1

37*
32*
30
35
40
42*
45
52*
55
57*
50
27*
60
47l
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
cents
u nder under u nder under under under under under under under under under u nd er
and
42*
57*
32*
35
40
45
52*
55
30
37*
47*
60
50
o ver.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cen ts.

1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1

2

3
2
1

1
2
1
2
1
1
2

1

4
1
1

1
1
1

10

11

3

L in e
No.

!

1

s
1
i

3

1

1
1

3

J.
J ______ L .
............1
.............1
.............
i
I
l
!

I

1

i
1
1
|
1
1
............1
.............1
.............1.............
i
:
i
i
i
l
1

17
18
19

I

3
3

1

1

G

1

1

1

20
21
22
23
24

:
i
1

1

i

i
1

1
1
1

1

i

1 I

1
............1
.............
............t.............
1 ■■

i
i
_____ ■
_______ !_______1_______
1
I
1

25
26
27
28

______ 1_______I_______

!

1
1




29
3*)
31

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

106

T able A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S SIF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
CATTLE-EILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
H O ISTE R S: MALES— C on clu ded .

L in e
N o.

D ivisio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

D ivision N o . 7.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
hour.

A verage
hours
w ork ed
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h ou r.
A verage
h o u rly
earnings.

22*
and
under
25
cen ts.

i

-

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

2
1
1

$0. 263
.2 7 5
.22 5

T o t a l.............................

4

.2 5 6

5 2 .5

13.39

.2 5 5 ;

O-Tsvnd total J. _____

1
2
3

20
and
under
22*
cen ts.

U nder
20
cents.

93

.2 5 4

4 9 .0

12.94 1

•264 ;

5 4 .5
4 7 .0 1
5 4 .0

$ 1 4 25
12.90
12.15

$0.261
.2 7 4
.22 5

i

i
1
;

1

15

1

!

21

T A IL RIPPERS AN D P U L L E R S: MALES.
D ivision N o . 1.
1
2
6
3

$0,250
.2 5 0
.2 4 5
.2 6 0

4 5 .5
4 2 .5
7 0 .2
6 0 .0

$11. 37
10.62
17.15
15.45

$0,250
.2 5 0
.2 4 4
.25 7

T o t a l............................

12

.2 5 0

6 1 .0

15.15

.2 4 9

1
1
3
1
1
1
3
1
4
1
1
1
3

.2 7 5
.2 9 0
.23 5
.26 0
.27 5
.2 8 5
.31 8
.3 1 5
.2 7 4
.28 5
.2 8 5
.2 7 5
.27 5

4 9 .5
4 3 .0
5 9 .3
4 2 .0
101.0
5 0 .0
5 9 .0
5 2 .0
8 9 .4
4 9 .0
55. 0
51 .0
6 4 .5

13. 61
12. 47
14.52
10.92
27. 40
14. 25
18.60
16. 38
24.63
13.96
15. 67
14.02
17.15

.2 7 5
.2 9 0
.24 5
.26 0
.271
.2 8 5
.3 1 5
.3 1 5
.2 7 4
.2 8 5
.2 8 5
.2 7 5
.27 5

14

.28 1

5 3 .3

15.04

.2 8 2

1
1
1
1
1

.26 0
.425
.275
.40 0
.28 5

4 4 .0
5 5 .0
121.5
61 .5
128.5

11.45
23.37
33. 40
33. 20
35 .85

.26 0
.42 5
.27 5
.4 0 0
.27 9

3

.3 6 2

5 3 .5

22. 67

.4 2 4

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
Tw o
............
Three
.......................
Four
F iv e ................................

1
1
2
4
1

.2 2 5
.2 0 0
.2 9 0
. 270
.25 0

7 0 .0
4 2 .0
5 9 .0
55. 5
5 3 .5

15.45
8 .4 0
17.11
14. 93
13. 40

.2 2 5
.2 0 0
.2 9 0
.2 7 0
.2 5 0

T o t a l............................

4
5
6
7

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................

9

.2 5 9

5 6 .2

14.60

.2 6 0

6

6

D ivision N o . 2.
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r..................................
F iv e 2 ................................
S i x .....................................
S e v e n ..............................
E ig h t ................................
N in e 2................................
T en ..................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e lv e ............................
T h ir te e n 2 .......................
T o t a l............................

.

3

3

D ivision N o . 3.
21
22
23
24
25

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e 2 .............................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e 2................................
T o ta l

..................

j

D ivision N o . 4.
26
27
28
23
30

1
1

1 1

1

i Total for 33 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not

included.




G EN ERAL TABLES.

107

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
H O ISTER S: MALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
and
u nder
271
cen ts.

32

21
7

371
471
521
42i
45
55
571
321
35
40
50
60
ant
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
ana
and
an d
an d
an d
and
and
cents
u nder under under under under u nder under under under under under under under
an d
45
55
421
471
521
60
35
371
40
50
30
321
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents.

L in e
N o.

51
1

16

T A IL RIPPERS AN D P U L L E R S : MALES.
!

1
2
............|
.............

3
6

1
1

1
0
1
1
1
2

1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1
3

1

7

2
1
1

I

2
0
1

2

2
1
2
2

1
1
______ _______

1
1
i
1

2
1
3

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

23
24
25

1

26
27
28
29
30

2
2

4 1...........

2 The figures for

this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




108

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
T A IL K IPPER S A N D PU L L E R S: MALES— Concluded.

Lin e
N o.

D ivisio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h our.

A v era g e
hours
w ork ed
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

2
0

U n d er

an d
u nder

2
0

2|
2

cen ts.

cents.

2*
2
an d
under
25
cents.

D ivision N o . 5.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................

$ 0 ,2 2 5
.2 5 0
.3 0 0

4 5 .0
6 3 .5
6 9 .0

T o t a l.................

.2 5 8

>9.2

15.36

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................

.2 6 9
.2 6 9
.2 3 3

3 6 .0
3 1 .0
4 0 .0

16.12
16.12
14.50

.4 4 8
.5 2 0
.3 6 3

T o t a l.................

.2 6 0

3 5 .8

15.72

.4 3 9

.2 7 5

4 5 .5
4 9 .5

9 .1 0
13.60

.23 8

4 7 .5

11. 35

D ivision N o .

$0 2
1 .1
15.25
2 0 .70

$0. 225
.2 5 0
.3 0 0

6.

D ivision N o . 7.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .........................
T w o ........................

.200

T o t a l.................
G ran d t o t a l ».

.2 0
0
.2 7 5

.2 8 3

BU N G D R O PPER S: M ALES.
1

D ivision N o . 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................

3
2

$0,245
.2 5 0

3 7 .2
5 6 .0

$9 .01
14.00

$0,243
.2 5 0

T o t a l............................

5

.2 4 7

4 4 .7

11.01

.2 4 6

1
1
1
1
1

.2 1 0
. 275
.28 5
.28 5
.2 9 0

6 0 .5
4 2 .0
5 0 .0
5 6 .0
5 4 .0

12.70
11. 55
14. 25
15. SO
15. 66

.2 1 0
.27 5
.2 8 5
.2 8 5
.2 9 0

i

T o t a l.............................

5

.2 6 9

5 2 .5

14. 01

.2Q7

i

Grand t o ta l..............

9
10

10~

.25*T

SSTflT

12.51

:257~

i

!

i

i

i

i

D ivision N o . 2.
11
12
13
14
15

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r..................................
F i v e ..................................

i

1 Total for 30 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.




109

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
T A IL R IPPERS A N D P U L L E R S: MALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
and
under
27*
cents.

27*
30
32*
37*
35
42*
40
45
52*
47*
55
50
57*
60
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
u nder under u nder u nder u nder under under u nder u nder under under under under cents
an d
35
37*
45
32*
30
40
42*
52*
55
47*
50
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

L in e
N o.

I

1
1
1

1
[

2
1
I

3

t

1
1
15

12

............1.............
|
2 I

2

1

1

BU N G D R O PPER S: M ALES.

I
i
2
2

!

4

!

i

1
1
1
1
4
4 |

I
1
I

4

1
i




. . . . 1 ............
1

1
|
............! .............
I
i

i

............|............ ! ............1.............! .............
1
1
I
1
i
1

1

............I.............I ' "

1 '"'

1 "

1
0

1
1
1
2
13
14
15

SLA U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

iE A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G

D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.

RU M PERS: MALES.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of w ages ‘
per hour.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h our.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

3
2
1
1
3
1
4

$0,445
.44 5
.475
.525
.453
.500
.44 5

3 5 .2
42 .5
4 0 .0
5 4 .0
6 8 .0
36 .5
5 6 .0

$14.65
18.91
19.00
28.35
30.83
20.00
24 .92

15

.458

4 9 .9

22.95

.46 0

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e 1.....................
S ix ...........................
S even ......................
E ig h t ......................
N i n e ........................
T e n .........................
E le v e n ..................
T w e lv e ..................
T h ir te e n 1.............
F ou rteen ...............
F ifteen.................. .
S ix te e n 1................
S eventeen.............

1
1
3
2
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
3

.470
.445
.430
.470
.525
.500
.47 0
.470
.470
.470
.50 0
.470
.475
.475
.475
.475
.47 2

4 9 .5
4 9 .0
6 0 .0
4 2 .0
71 .5
4 5 .0
4 2 .0
5 0 .0
5 5 .0
5 6 .0
5 5 .0
5 2 .0
113.5
6 0 .5
5 1 .0
9 5 .0
5 4 .0

23.26
21.80
25.80
19.74
42.52
22.50
19.74
23.50
25.85
26.08
27.50
24.44
53.90
28.73
24 .2 2
45 .12
25.65

.47 0
.445
.430
.4 7 0
.52 5
.50 0
.47 0
.4 7 0
.47 0
.47 0
.50 0
.47 0
.475
.475
.475
.47 5
.475

T o ta l....................

22

.46 7

52 .3

24.39

.46 6

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e 1.....................
F o u r .........................
F i v e 1.......................
S ix .............................

1
1
1
1
1
2

.5 1 5
.46 0
.47 5
.47 0
.441
.438

3 2 .5
5 5 .0
116.5
5 9 .0
83 .1
4 7 .0

20.60
25 .32
55.34
27.73
36 .60
20.23

.63 4
.4 6 0
.475
.47 0
.441
.430

T o ta l....................

iU.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

5

.46 4

48 .1

22 .82

.474

2
1
3
3
3

.493
.57 5
.47 5
.470
.3 4 2

5 8 .0
5 7 .0
5 8 .5
5 5 .5
3 3 .3

28 .57
32.77
27.73
26 .08
10.70

.493
.575
.47 4
.47 0
.321

12

.45 2

5 1 .3

23.62

.461 1
..............

D ivisio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

A verage
h ourly
earnings.
U n d er
20
cen ts.

22£ ;
20
an d 1 an d
u n d er. u nder;
25 ;
22| i
cents. c e n ts .;

D ivision No. 1.

1
2
3
4
5

6
7

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e............................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .............. ...........
F i v e .........................
S ix .............................
.
S ev e n .......................
T o t a l..

$0,445
.445
.475
.525
.453 l
.54 8 1
..............
.4 4 5 (

D ivision No. 2.

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24

..............
|
1
..............
1
..............
I..............
' ..............
!
..............
!..............
!..............
I

.. .

L

...

D ivision No. S.
25
26
27
28
29
30

D ivision No. 4.
31
32
33
34
35

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e ..........................
T o t a l..

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.
HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
R U M PERS: MALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

25
an d
under

27*
cents.

27*

30

32*

35

37*

40

42*

45

52*

50

55

Jl

57*

€0
47t
an d
and
and
an d
an d
an d
and
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
cents
under under under under under under .under under under u nder under under under
and
32*
35
37*
45
30
40
42*
57*
52*
55
60
47*
50
over.
^ents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

3
2
1

3
4
5

1
‘
2

i

6

1

7

4

11

1

1

1

1

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1
1

1
2
1

l

;

1
1
1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
2
3
1
1
i

2

2
1
1
2
1

11

4

1
i

1

4

2
0
2
1
2
2

............I.............
......... J .............

23
24

2

1

I

1
1

1
............1...........................

i

1
i

1

1
2

-

2

1

l

25
26
27
28
29
30

1

!
1
3
3

1

1

1

1

1 ,

1




4

3

1

1

31
32
33
34
35

112

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATE S,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
R U M P E R S: MALES— C o n c lu d e d .

L in e
N o.

D ivisio n ciiid chldfljlibli*
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

22*
and
u n d er
25
cents.

20
an d
under

U n d er
20
cents.

22\

cents.

D ivision No. 5.
$0,433
.35 0
.32 5
.5 0 0
.417
.35 0

4 9 .0
6 0 .0
5 4 .0
5 1 .5
6 0 .0
60 .0

$26.00
21.00
17.55
25.75
25.00
21.00

7

.38 9

5 6 .2

22.47

.400

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................

1
1
1
1

.27 3
.39 4
.51 7
.39 4

2 3 .0
3 6 .0
2 7 .0
3 9 .5

10.00
28.15
27.96
30.09

.43 5
.7 8 2
1.0 35
.7 6 2

T o ta l.............................

4

.39 5

3 1 .4

2 4 .05

.767

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e 1..................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ..................................
S ix ......................................
S even ............; .................
E ig h t ................................
N in e ..................................

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2

.325
.383
.40 0
.643
.367
.375
.385
.375
.350

8 9 .5
5 0 .0
3 4 .0
4 0 .0
4 8 .5
5 6 .5
5 5 .0
5 6 .0
4 9 .3

28 .10
23.00
18.00
25.70
22.00
21.18
21.17
21.00
17.38

.31 4
.46 0
.52 9
.643
.4 5 4
.37 5
.38 5
.375
.353

T o ta l.............................

10

.401.

49 .4

20.80

.421

Grand t o t a l2............

5
6

1
1
1
1
1
2

T o ta l.............................

1
2
3
4

E stablishm ent N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r .......................1 ____
F i v e ..................................
S ix ......................................

75

.443

50 .2

23 .20 |

.46 2 i . . . .
1

$0.433
.350
.325.50 0
.417
.35 3

I
|

1
I
i
i

j

D ivision No. G
.
7
8
9
10

Division No. 7.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

I
1
1
I
1

1
1

FELL C U T T E R S : MALES.
Division N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o .......................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e .......................
S ix ...........................
T o ta l..

5
3
1
1
8
8

$0,320
.32 0
.4 0 0
.42 5
.3 2 0
.32 0

4 0 .6
4 2 .5
4 0 .0
5 4 .0
6 8 .8
5 5 .0

$12.99
13.60
16.00
22.95
21.88
18.32

$0.320
.32 0
.4 0 0
.42 5
.31 8
.333

26

.327

5 4 .4

17.93

.32 9

1
I
..
. J
..............1
...............
I..............
..............1
...............

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




G EN ERAL TABLES.

113

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
R U M P ERS: M ALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
and
under
27*
cents.

45
52*
32£
37*
42*
35
55
57*
30
40
50
47*
60
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
under under under u nder under u nder under under under under under under under
an d
42*
45
55
35
37*
32*
52*
40
30
50
57*
60
m
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

i

1

______ !_______
............I
1
1
i

1
1
1

1

1

1

X

1

1

1

1

1
1
1

1
i

1
1

2

1

______ t_______

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1

1
1
1

2

1

6

1

3

3

9

4

1
16

18

8

8

1 !............
i

1

1

F E LL C U TT ER S: M ALES.

5
3
1
0 00
0

1

24

1

1

2Total for 48 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.

95121°— 19—Bull. 252------ 8




114

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
F ELL C U T T E R S : M ALES— Concluded.

L in e

N
o.

B iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y -

A verage
rate of
per
hour.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.
Under

2
0

cents.

2
0

and
under

2£
2

eents.

D ivision N o.

an d
under
25
cents.

8.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e ....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e 1 .....................
S ix ...........................
S ev e n .....................
E i g h t .....................
N i n e .......................
T e n .........................
E le v e n ..................
T w e lv e 1...............
T h ir te e n ..............
Fou rteen ..............
F ifte e n 1................
S ix te e n .................

$0,395
.308
.315
.315
.340
.300
.402
.34 0
.34 2
.34 0
.340
.345
.340
.345
.345
.3 4 0

4 9 .5
4 7 .0
6 0 .0
4 5 .5
8 1 .0
4 5 .0
4 2 .3
3 9 .9
3 8 .7
6 5 .0
4 3 .0
106.1
5 9 .8
4 2 .0
6 2 .9
5 4 .0

$19.55
14.46
2 3 .40
13.13
27.54
13.50
17.03
13.50
12.75
21.05
14.62
37.38
20.34
14.49
20.80
18.36

$0,395
.30 8
.31 5
.28 8
.34 0
.30 0
.40 2
.33 9
.33 0
.3 4 0
.3 4 0
.3 4 5
.3 4 0
.34 5
.3 4 5
.3 4 0

T o ta l..................

.341

4 7 .5

16.06

.338

.359
.345
.30 0

55 .0
117.0
4 9 .8

19. 73
40 .3 6
14.92

.35 9
.34 5
.30 0

5 3 .3

1 8 .1 2

.3 4 0

.3 5 0
.3 4 0
.3 4 5
.3 4 0
.2 5 0

3 7 .0
6 7 .3
4 8 .6
5 0 .8
5 3 .5

1 2 .9 5
21. 49
16.78
17.28
13.40

.3 5 0
.3 1 9
.3 4 5
.3 4 0
.2 5 0

.3 3 8

5 2 .1

17.33

.3 3 3

22. 77
27.94

.6 3 3
.7 0 7

D ivision N o. 3.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o 1 .....................
T h r e e .....................
T o ta l..................

D ivision No. 4E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e ..................... ..
T o ta l..................

D ivision N o.

18

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o ........................

.3 0 5
.3 5 8

T o t a l..................
Grand t o t a l 2.

78

17.30

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

115

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-BILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FELL C U T T E R S: M ALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
and
under
27*
cen ts.

27*
35
37*
30
42*
55
40
45
57:
52*
47*
50
60
an d
an d
an d
ani
and
an d
an d
and
an d
and
an d
an d
cents
under under under under under under under under u nder under under under under
an d
30
35
32*
37*
45
40
42*
55
57*
52*
60
47*
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

4
5

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
7

13
14
15
16

17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24

25
26

34

32

* Total for 28 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




116

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
F E LL PU LLER S AND B E A T E R S : MALES.

L in e

N o.

D ivisio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p loy*

A verage
rate of
per
hour.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
A verage
h ourly
earnings.

2
0
U n d er

2
0

cents.

and
under

2*
2
and
u nder
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ......................
F o u r ........................

$0,255
.2 5 3
.2 6 0
.2 5 9

3 5 .3
4 2 .5
67 .7
5 3 .8

$9.00
10.73
17.54
13.91

$0,255
.2 5 2
.2 5 9
.2 5 8

T o t a l.................

.25 7

5 2 .0

13.38

.25 7

.2 7 5
.2 5 0
.23 5
.26 6
.26 8
.32 6
.25 0
.2 9 2
.27 5
.27 5
.27 0
.3 1 5

49 .5

5 2 .2
39 .4
51 .3
5 5 .0
54 .0
143.5
49 .2
58 .0
6 3 .3
5 4 .0

13.61
16.10
11.85
10.73
13.75
17.94
13.50
41.55
13.47
15.77
17.10
17.01

.27 5
.25 0
.2 2 7
.2 7 2
.2 6 8
.32 6
.2 5 0
.2 9 2
.27 4
.2 7 2
.2 7 0
.31 5

.2 7 2

5 1 .0

13. £

.271

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o i .......................

.2 6 5
.3 4 5

5 6 .0
121.5

14.84
4 2 .6 6

.2 6 5
.35 1

T o t a l....................

.2 6 5

5 6 .0

14.84

6 4 .8
4 1 .2
5 9 .0
56 .1

12.95
8.2 3
15.83
15.41

5 4 .5

13.31

.24 4

.220

3 6 .0
3 1 .0
4 1 .0

18.20
1 3.20
1 6.12

.5 0 6
.4 2 6

.2 5 3

3 6 .0

15.84

.4 4 0

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e .........................
S ix .............................
S ev e n .......................
E i g h t 1....................
N in e .........................
T e n ...........................
E le v e n 1.................
T w e lv e ....................
T o ta l....................

30

6 .0
6

D ivision N o. S.

D ivision N o.

4.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ....... ...............
F o u r .........................

.200
.200
.2 7 5

T o ta l....................

Division N o.

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
T o ta l....................
G rand t o t a l 2. .

1

.200
.200

13.74

The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

117

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLIN' G DEPARTMENT— Continued.
F E LL FTTLLEKS A N D B E A T E R S : MALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
32*
35
37*
25
27*
30
45
40
55
57*
50
52*
60
42i and and and and and and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
35
37*
27*
32*
40
45
47i
55
57*
30
42*
50
52*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

4|
7

N o.

1
2

4
4
6
6

3
4

90 i_______

1
1
2
3
2

1

5

1
1
1

3

2
1

1
6
2

13
14
15
16

3
1
11

12

2

1

1

3

2
2

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

17
18

1

19

2
0
2
1
2
2

2
1
G

1

23
24
25

1
2
3o

19

1

3

2 Total for 22 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.




118

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A * — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
B A C K E R S : MALES.

L in e
N o,

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em p lo y -

A verage
rate of
wages
per
hour.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

( u m b e r w h o re­
ceived cach classi­
fied rate o f wages
per h our.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

2
0
U n d er

2
0

cents.

2*
2

and
under

an d
u nder
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e ......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e .........................
S ix .............................

$0 .495
.4 9 5
.46 3
.5 5 0
.49 5
. 495

4 1 .3
4 2 .5
4 0 .0
5 5 .0
6 7 .5
5 5 .7

T o t a l...................

.4 9 6

$0 0
2 .1
2 1 .0 4
18 .5 0
3 0 .2 5
3 3 .4 1
27 .5 5

$0.487
.4 9 5
.4 6 3
.5 5 0
.4 9 5
.4 9 5

5 1 .5

25 .4 8

.4 9 4

.5 2 0
.49 5
.4 9 5
.49 5
.5 2 5
.54 0
.5 5 0
.4 9 5
.5 2 0
.5 2 0
.5 2 0
.5 2 5
.3 8 3
.52 5
.5 2 5
.5 5 0
.52 5
.5 2 0

51.fi
3 1 .5
6 0 .0
4 3 .2
8 1 .0
4 0 .0
4 6 .5
4 2 .0
5 0 .0
5 5 .0
5 2 .0
5 3 .0
5 5 .0
108.5
5 3 .5
51 .0
9 5 .0
5 3 .5

26.13
15.59
30. 39
2 0 .4 6
4 2 .5 2
21. 60
2 5 .14
20. 79
26.00
28.60
27.04
27.80
23 .0 0
56.98
28 .0 9
28.05
49.87
27.82

.51 1
.4 9 5
.5 0 6
.4 7 4
.5 2 5
.5 4 0
.5 5 0
.4 9 5
.5 2 0
.5 2 0
.5 2 0
.5 2 5
.3 8 3
.5 2 5
.5 2 5
.5 5 0
.5 2 5
.5 2 0

.51 2

9 .2

25.13

.52 5
.5 5 0
.4 7 9
.52 5
.52 5
.52 0
.47 2
.40 0

3 2 .5
4 0 .0
5 5 .0
116.5
121.5
44 .0
3 4 .6
4 6 .0

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o .........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e 1.......................
S ix .............................
S e v e n ......................
E i g h t .......................
N i n e .........................
T e n ...........................
E le v e n ....................
T w e lv e ....................
T h ir te e n ................
F o u r te e n 1............
F iftee n ....................
S ix te e n ...................
S eventeen 1..........
E ig h te e n ................
T o ta l..................

Division N o. 3.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F ou r i .....................
F i v e 1....................
S ix ...........................
Seven 1..................
E i g h t .....................

16.30
18. 40

.6 4 6
. 550
.4 7 8
.5 2 5
.5 2 5
.5 2 0
.47 1
.4 0 0

45 .4

22. 82

.5 0 2

.5 2 0
.5 2 5
.5 2 0
.52 0

5 8 .0
5 7 .0
5 3 .7
55 .5

30 .16
2 9 .9 2
27.91
28 .86

.5 2 0
.5 2 5
.5 2 0
.5 2 0

.5 2 1

5 5 .3 1

28 .8 0

. 521

T o ta l....................

D ivision N o.

2 .0
10
2 .0
20

26.31
61.16
6 3 .7 8

2 .8
28

4.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o . ........................
T h ree ......................
F o u r .........................
T o t a l.....................

1 T h e figures for this esta b lish m en t cover e b iw ee k ly p ay-rq ll period a n d are n ot in clu d ed l a th e total.




119

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
B A C K E R S: MALES.

N u m b e r w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
u nder
27*
cents.

324
524
30
35
40
45
50
55
374
424
574
60
47|
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
and
and
cents
under under under u nder under under under under under under. under under under
and
30
35
374
40
424
50
524
55
574
45
60
324
474
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.




1
2

5
2

3
4
5

1
1
4
3
1

6

i
............i.............

----------

14

1

(

3

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

2
2
3
1
1
1
i
2
3
1

1

1

1

1

1
2
2
1
2

i |
1
............i_______

2
1

1

7

12

5

1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24

i

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

1
1
1

i

L in e
N o.

1
1

I
1
1
—
1

l

2

1

1

33
34
35
36

1
1
3
3
7

1

............! .............

120
T a b le

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D CLA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A TE S,
CATTLE KILLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
B A C K E R S : MALES—C on clu d ed .

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per h our.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A v era g e
h o u rly
earnings.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

$0,400
.4 0 0
.3 6 7
.3 2 5
.50 0
.5 0 0
.3 6 7
.3 8 3

5 7 .3
6 2 .0
6 0 .0
5 6 .5
6 0 .0
6 0 .0
3 2 .0
5 9 .5

$ 2 2 .9 0
24 .0 0
2 2 .0 0
18.36
30 .0 0
3 0 .0 0
2 2 .0 0
23 .0 0

$0,400
.4 0 0
.3 6 7
.3 2 5
.5 0 0
.5 0 0
.3 6 7
.3S 3

8

.4 0 5

5 5 .9

2 4 .0 3

.4 3 0

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ....................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ...................................

1
1
1
1
1

.2 9 1
.7 6 4
1.3 2 6
1 .2 9 8
.3 5 0

4 3 .0
3 6 .1
3 1 .0
3 8 .0
6 0 .0

16 .0 0
2 7 .5 8
4 1 .1 2
4 9 .3 3
2 1 .0 0

.3 7 2
.7 6 4
1.3 26
1 .2 9 8
.3 5 0

T o t a l.............................

L in e
N o.

5

.8 0 6

4 1 .6

3 1 .01

.7 4 5

1
1
1
1

.3 2 5
.3 5 0
.3 5 0
.3 5 0

11 9 .5
5 0 .0
6 2 .5
4 9 .0

3 7 .1 0
17 .5 0
21.87
17.15

.3 1 0
.3 5 0
.3 5 0
.3 5 0

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

U n d er
20
cen ts.

22*
20
an d
an d
under. u nder
22*
25
cents. cen ts.

D ivision N o. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o ....................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ____*.........................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ......................................
S even ................................
E ig h t ................................ :
T o ta l.............................

D ivision N o.
9
10
11
12
13

6.

I
1

D ivision N o. 7.
14
15
16
17

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e 1..................................
T w o ....................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
T o ta l.............................

3

.3 5 0

5 3 .8

18.84

.3 5 0

Grand t o t a l 2............

74

.5 1 0

5 0 .4

25 .44

.5 0 4

G U T T E R S: M ALES.
D ivision N o. 1.
5
3
1
1
4
1
6

$ 0 ,3 1 0
.3 1 0
.3 0 0
.45 0
.3 1 0
.50 0
.3 1 0

4 4 .5
4 2 .5
6 1 .5
5 5 .0
6 8 .5
3 6 .5
5 5 .7

$ 1 3 .1 2
1 3 .17
17.37
24 .75
2 1 .1 9
2 0 .0 0
17 .3 0

$0.310
.3 1 0
.2 8 2
.4 5 0
.3 0 9
.54 8
.3 1 1

T o ta l.............................

18
19
20
21
22
23
24

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ......................................
S ev e n ................................

21

.32 5

5 3 .1

17.18

.3 2 3

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay roll period and are not included in the total.




121

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
B A C K E R S: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
50
32*
55
57*
35
37*
40
45
30
25
60
i2 d
47^
and
and
and
an i
and
an d
ana
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
a
c en ts
u n d er u n d er under u nd er u nd er u nder u nd er under und er u n d er u nd er u n d er u nd er u nd er
and
60
52*
55
50
57*
32*
45
35
40
27*
30
37*
42*
47*
over.
cen ts. cen ts. cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

L in e
N o.

1
1

i
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

2

1

2

2

1
1
1
1
1
1

13
3

1

14
15
16
17

1
1
1
1
3

I
1 i

1

fi !

1
0
U
1
2

i
______ !_______ ______ 1_______
1
!
f

............|
.............
1
2

2
3 I

21

23

7 J

3

1

3

1

G U TTE R S: M ALES.
I

5
3
1

18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2

1
4
1
6
19

I
1

23
24

1 i............

* Total for 46 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




122
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
G U T TE R S: MALES—Continued.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per h our.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

2
0
U nder

2
0

cen ts.

an d
u nd er

2*
2

cen ts.

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e............................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e 1.......................
S ix .............................
S ev e n .......................
E i g h t .......................
N in e .........................
T e n ...........................
E le v e n ....................
T w e lv e ....................
T h ir te e n ................
F o u r te e n 1............
F iftee n ....................
S ixte en .................
S eve n tee n 1.........
E ig h tee n ..............

3 9 .0
8 1 .0
4 2 .5
4 5 .0
4 2 .0
53 .8
5 5 .0
6 5 .0
5 3 .0
4 5 .3
109.0
4 8 .8
5 5 .0
5 4 .4
5 6 .5

$17.57
8 .6 9
19.65
11.89
27.13
15.93
1 3 .95
15 .33
17.68
14.24
2 0 .5 0
15.88
14.93
3 5 .08
16.11
17.67
18.93
19.33

$0,355
.3 0 5
.2 9 8
.3 0 5
.3 3 5
.3 7 5
.3 1 0
.3 6 5
.3 2 9
.2 5 9
.3 3 0
.3 0 0
.3 3 0
.3 3 0
.3 3 0
.3 2 1
.3 3 0
.3 4 2

.3 2 9

4 8 .9

15.68

.32 1

.3 4 0
.3 5 0
.35 0
.3 5 6
.33 0
.340
.325
.4 2 0
.2 9 5
.3 0 0

3 6 .0
4 7 .5
6 0 .5
5 5 .0
125.0
121.5
6 1 .0
102.5
3 9 .5
5 6 .0

13.60
16.60

1 9 .59
40.45
41.31
1 9.83
43.05
11.64
16.80

.3 7 8
.3 4 9
.3 5 0
.3 5 6
.3 2 2
.3 4 0
.3 2 5
.4 2 0
.2 9 5
.3 0 0

.33 4

5 1 .3

17.36

.3 3 8

.33 0
.32 8
.3 1 9
.335

.2 0
0

4 3 .0
4 7 .0
5 5 .0
55 .5
5 3 .5

14.19
15.04
17.48
18.59
10.70

.3 3 0
.3 2 0
.3 1 8
.3 3 5

.3 1 6

5 1 .6

1 6.12

.417
.32 5
.22 5
.35 0
.30 0
.32 5
.3 0 0

6 5 .5
4 6 .0
4 9 .0
5 1 .5
6 1 .5
3 6 .0
5 9 .5

2 5 .00
14.95
11.03
1 8.00
18.45
11.70
17.85

.4 1 7
.32 5
.2 2 5
.3 5 0
.3 0 0
.3 2 5
.3 0 0

.3 2 0

5 2 .7 i

16.71

.3 1 7 1...............................

$0.355
.30 5
.30 5
.30 5
.3 3 5
.3 7 5
.3 1 0
.36 5
.3 3 5
.33 5
.33 0
.30 0
.3 3 0
.33 0
.3 3 0
.33 0
.3 3 0
.35 5

T o t a l..................

4 9 .5
2 8 .5

6
6.0

D ivision N o. 3.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e 1.....................
S i x 1 .......................
S ev e n .....................
E i g h t 1...................
N in e .......................
T e n .........................
T o ta l...................

2 .2
10

D ivision N o. 4.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e .......................
T o t a l....................

.2 0
0

D ivision N o. 5.
E s ta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e............................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F iv e ..........................
S ix .............................
S e v e n .......................
T o ta l.............................

7!

1

1 T h e figures for this e sta b lish m en t cover a b iw ee k ly p a y -r o ll period a n d are n ot in clu d ed in th e to ta l.




GENERAL TABLES.

1

? HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERA
{ DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
GUTTERS i MALES— Continued

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

25
an d
u n d er
27*
c en ts.

4^
2

4i
7

55
2

1

27*
40
37*
57*
30
35
45
55
50
32j
60
an d
an<
an
an d
and
an d
and
an<
and
and
and
and
an<
cents
u n d er under u nd er under u nder u nder under under under under under u nder under
an d
57*
60
52*
55
50
32*
35
42*
30
37*
40
45
47*
over.
cen ts, cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cen ts cents cents cents. cents cents




1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18

19

•2
1
1

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25
26
27
28

29
30
31
32
33

34
35
36
37
38
39
40

124

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
G U T TER S: M ALES— Concluded.

D iv isio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

D ivision N o.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

2
2
1
1
1

$0,236
.30 5
.30 5
.3 2 3
.2 0 0

7

L in e
No.

.2 7 3

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

.2 7 5
.300
.375
.35 0
.30 0
.38 5
.30 0
.25 0

8
95

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per h our.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

$13.00
19.32
18.27
21 .69
14.00

$0,265
.537
.539
.5 4 2
.20 0

4 4 .5

16.94

.38 1

7 3 .0
3 4 .0
4 5 .0
4 7 .5
5 3 .5
4 5 .0
6 4 .0
7 5 .0

20.21
10.20
16.85
16. 70
16.05
17.32
19.20
18.75

.277
.300
.374
.352
.30 0
.385
.30 0
.25 0

.31 7

54 .6

16.91

.31 0

.321

5 0 .8

16.49

.32 4 J..............

U n d er
20
cen ts.

20
an d
u nd er
22J
cen ts.

22£
an d
u nd er
25
cen ts.

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
1
2
3
4
5

T h r e e................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ................................

4 9 .0
3 6 .0
3 1 .0 ’
4 0 .0
7 0 .0

2

.............. I

l
1

2

2 1

3

D ivision N o. 7.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ................................
S ix ......................................
S e v e n ................................
E ig h t ................................
T o ta l.............................
Grand t o t a l 1

____

S H A N K S K IN N E R S : M A LE S.

D ivision No. 1.
14
15

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................

7
2

$0,338
.345

5 3 .3
62 .5

$17.80
20.78

$0.334
.33 2

9

.339

55 .3

18.46

.333

1
3
1
1
1
2
1
2

.330
.267
.260
.260
.285
.345
.35 0
.35 0

4 9 .5
5 2 .0
6 0 .0
3 6 .0
5 6 .0
113. 5
6 9 .0
9 2 .3

16.33
13.85
15.60
9 .3 6
15.90
39.63
22.35
32.29

.330
.266
.260
.260
.28 5
.345
.3 5 0
.35 0

8

.28 6

53 .3

15.14

.284

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
Two
..............................

2
2

.27 5
.315

6 5 .5
5 5 .5

17.75
17.48

.271
.31 5

1

T o t a l............................

4

.29 5

6 0 .5

17.61

.231

1

Grand to ta l 3............

21

.31 1

5 5 .5

17.03

.307

1

T o ta l

.....................

D ivision No.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

2.

E sta blish m en t N o .:
One
..............................
T w o ...................................
T h ree................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e
..............................
S ix 2
.......................
Seven .............................
E ig h t * .........................
T o ta l

....................

D ivision N o. 4 .
24
25

1 T o ta l for 54 estab lish m en ts w ith w ee k ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 6 estab lish m en ts w ith b iw ee k ly p a y rolls n o t
in clu d ed .
2 T h e figures for th is estab lish m en t cover a b iw e e k ly p a y -r o ll period an d are n o t in clu d e d in th e total.




125

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-BILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
GUTTERS: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

42*
52 i
40
37*
45
50
55
57*
30
324
35
274
60
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
ana
an d
an d
an d
ana
an d
an d
a d
4?
cents
under, under under under under under under under u nder under under u nder under
an d
42£
52*
40
45
50
60
32£
55
57*
30
37£
35
47 i
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

25
an d
under
27*
cen ts:

l/in e
No.

1
i
l

2
1
1

2
3
i

.............r

4

1

1
1
I

1
i

1

1
______ i_______
1
1

i
1

;

1

3

2

3

38

1 j
33

2

4

6

!
1
1
i

!
1
i
1
|
!
i
............1.............1.............1
.............1............
............1............. ............1
.............1............ 1.............1.............
1
............i.............

1
1

;

4
5

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

............1............. ............I.............1............ 1.............1.............
|
1
i
i
|
'
i
1
1

2

1

I

1

;

!

j

j

J

i

i

______________

I

j

S H A N K S K IN N E R S : M A LE S.
i
1
2
..............I...............
i

2

5
2

i

7

1

I

1
|

|

1

i

2

2
1
1

............|
.............I.............
1
|
1
. . 1
!
.
............i.............1............
............i.............1.............
1
1
1
I

1
2
2

x

1

2

i

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

j

25

1

2
4

............1...........................
1
I
i
I
i
i
!

1

24
1

4

!
i

1

1

4

14
15

2

8

1

1

8 Total for 10establishments with weekly pay rolls; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not included.




126

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
H ID E D R O P P E R S : M A L E S .
!

L in e
N o.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

I

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage I
A verage
earnings
h ou rly
per
earnings.
w eek.

D ivision N o. 1.
1
2
3
4
5
v 6

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per h our.

U n d er
20
cents.

20
and
under
22|
cents.

22\
an d
under
25
cen ts.

‘
8
4
1
1
6
5

$0.370
.370
.450
.450
.370
.370

27 .9
4 2 .5
4 1 .0
5 4 .0
66 .2
55 .8

$10.34
15. 72
18.45
24.30
24. 48
20. 65

$0,370
.370
.450
. 450
.370
.370

25

.3 7 6

4 6 .6

17. 54

.37 7

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e 1................................
S ix ......................................
S e v e n ................................
E ig h t ................................
N m e ..................................
T e n ..................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e lv e .............................
Thirteen 1.......................
Fou rteen .........................
Fifteen ..............................
S ixteen 1.........................
S eventeen .......................

2
3
3
3
1
1
1
2
5
1
1
2
2
5
1
3
3

.395
.370
.370
.370
.395
.325
.395
.395
.39 5
.39 5
.390
.395
.395
.401
.395
.395
.372

49 .5
48 .0
6 0 .0
54. 2
7 1 .5
4 5 .0
4 2 .0
50 .0
55. 6
55 .0
53 .0
52 .0
113.5
5 6 .2
5 1 .0
96 .7
5 4 .0

19. 55
17.76
22.20
18.37
31.99
14. 62
16.59
19.75
21. 61
21.72
20. 67
20. 54
45.68
23.49
20.14
38.72
20.07

.425
.370
.370
.339
.39 5
.32 5
.39 5
.3 9 5
.38 9
.39 5
.390
.395
.3 9 5
.4 1 8
.39 5
.3 9 5
.3 7 2

T o ta l.............................

33

.385

53.2

20.43

.384

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
Four 1...............................
F iv e ...................................
S ix ......................................
S ev en ................................
E i g h t 1..............................

1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1

.3 9 5
.35 0
.44 0
.395
.400
.35 0
.363
.39 5

3 3 .0
5 5 .0
4 9 .5
121.5
69 .5
6 3 .8
4 3 .8
116.5

15.80
19.25
21.71
47.99
39.30
22.31
15.90
46.02

.47 9
.3 5 0
.4 3 8
.3 9 5
.5 6 5
.35 0
.363
.395

T o ta l.............................

8

.38 8

51 .0

21.48

.42 1

2
3
5
3
1

.400
.39 5
.39 5
.395
.45 0

52 .5
6 2 .0
59 .0
51.3
5 1 .0

21 .00
22.86
23.30
25.23
22. 95

.400
.369
.39 5
.491
.45 0

.40 0

5 6 .5

23.27 1

.41 2

F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................

T o ta l.............................

D ivision N o. 2.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

D ivision No. S.
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

D ivision N o. 4.
32
33
34
35
36

E sta blish m en t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e .........................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ..................................
T o t a l.......... ............. ..

14 1

i T h e figures for this e sta b lish m en t cover a b iw e e k ly p a y -r o ll p eriod a n d are n o t in clu d ed in th e total.




GENERAL TABLES.

127

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
HIDE DROPPERS: MALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per h our.

25
an d
u nder
27*
cen ts.

57*
52*
27*
32*
37*
40
50
55
30
35
45 ’ 47*
60
and
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
u nd er under under under u nder under under under under under under under under an d
60
52*
57*
40
42*
55
32*
30
45
50
35
37*
47*
over.
cents. cents. eents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

.

'

8
4

.J

i

1

i

______ t______

1

2 1

23

i
i

!

1
1

!

6
5

2
i

3
3
3
1

I

1
0
1
1
1
2

1
1
..............! ...............
; ............i...............
..............i...............
..............i
i
....

i
i
!
1

1
!

i
i

. .

!
|
!'"
I
............I............
I
............L
............
i |............
1
2

L in e
N o.

9

1
2
5
1
1
2
2
4
1
3
2 1...........

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

l

1
1
............

1

2
0
2
1
2
2

i
j
1
j

1

21

1

1

1

1

23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

I
'

1

2
_______ ■________ 1______

1
1
1
i
3

1
1
2

1

j
3
5
3

i
............1.............
1

i




11 I

32
33
34
35
36

?

2

1

............1.............

i
1

............i.............

1

1

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

128
T a b le

A .-—A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LASSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
CATTLE-KILLIN'G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
H IDE D R O PPER S: MALES— C on c lu d e d .

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h our.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A v era g e
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A v era g e
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A v era g e
earnings
per
w eek.

A v era g e
h ou rly
earnings.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ....................................
S ev e n ................................

1
2
2
2
1
1
1

$ 0 .375
.3 2 5
.31 3
.35 0
.3 3 3
.38 3
.383

3 0 .5
6 0 .0
6 4 .3
5 1 .5
6 0 .0
6 0 .0
5 9 .5

$11.42
19.50
20.06
18.03
20.00
23.00
23.00

$0,375
*.3 2 5
.31 2
.35 0
.33 3
.38 3
.38 3

T o ta l.............................

10

.3 4 5

5 6 .2

19.26

.34 3

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e....................................
T w o ...................................
T h re e................................
F o u r ..................................

1
2
4
1

.25 5
.741
.79 0
.200

4 3 .0
3 1 .0
3 1 .0
68 .5

14.00
22.98
25.15
13.70

.3 2 5
.741
.81 1
.200

1

T o ta l.............................

8

.637

3 7 .2

21 .78

.58 5

1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

.2 7 5
.25 0
.375
.35 0
.350
.385
.375

107.0
5 0 .0
3 4 .0
4 8 .5
5 5 .0
5 5 .0
3 8 .0

29 .5 0
15.00
16.85
2 1 .0 0
19.25
21 .17
14.20

.276
.300
.496
.433
.35 0
.3 8 5
.374

T o t a l.............................

6

.34 8

4 6 .8

17.91

.3 8 3

G rand t o t a l2............

L in e
No.

104

398

5 0 .6

2 0 .0 4

.39 6

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

U n d er
20
cen ts.

20
an d
under
22*
cen ts.

and
und er
25
cen ts.

D ivision N o. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

D ivision N o.
8
9
10
11

6.

D ivision N o. 7.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e 1........... ......................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r..................................
F i v e ..................................
S ix .....................................
S e v e n ................................

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

|

1 1
!

T A IL S A W Y E R S : MALES.
D ivision No. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o -­
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r..................................
F i v e ..................................
j
S ix ......................................
|

T o t a l.............................

3
3
1
1
8
5
21 |

$0,310
.310
.30 0
.37 5
.310
310

4 2 .3
4 2 .5
5 0 .5
6 1 .5
67 .8
5 2 .6

$13.12
13.17
14.62
2 3 .06
21 .00
16.31

$0,310
.310
.29 0
.37 5
.31 0
.31 0

.312

55 .8

17.43

.313

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

129

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE* EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
H ID E D R O PP E R S: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

25
an d
u nder
27*
c en ts.

1
42*
52*
32*
27*
30
50
47*
35
37* 1 40
55
57*
45
60
and
an d
ana
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d 1 an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
under u nder under under under, u nder under under under under u nder under under
an d
40 1 42*
30
52*
32*
50
55
57*
60
35
37*
45
47*
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents.! cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

L in e
N o.

1
1
1
1
............

3

1
1
1
1
1
1
2

1

3

I
i
1

1

1

1
2
4
1

1

f

G

1
2

1
1

13
14
15
16
17
18

1
1
1
1
1
1
2

1
0
1
1

2
3

4

40

1

i

3

38

i

4 |

2

4 i
!

;
1
1

i
1

6

T A IL S A W Y E R S : M A L E S.

3
3
1
1
8
5
20

1

i
I
i
i
............I.............

19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24

. . . j ............

aTotal for 48 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.

95121°—Bull. 252—19------9




130

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
TAIL SAWYERS: MALES—Continued.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em p lo y -

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h ou r.

A verage
h ours.
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h ou r.
A verage
h o u rly
earnings.

2
0
U n d er

2
0

cen ts.

and
under

2|
2

cen ts.

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e 1 .......................
S i x .............................
S e v e n .......................
E ig h t .......................
N i n e .........................
T e n ...........................
E le v e n ....................
T w e lv e 1 .................
T h ir te e n ................
F o u rte en ................
F ifte e n 1..................
S ix te e n ...................
T o t a l.

$0,340
.305
.305
.305
.325
.335
.335
.335
.323
.330
.33 0
.322
.335
.335
.335
.335
33

4 9 .5
4 4 .0
6 0 .0
54 .7
8 6 .5
35 .2
5 0 .0
5 5 .0
5 1 .0
5 3 .0
5 2 .0
9 6 .4
56 .0
63 .0
9 3 .7
51 .0

$16.83
13.41
18.30
13.80
28 .11
1 1.79
16.75
18.42
16.32
17.50
17.16
30 .47
18.75
2 0 .08
30 .9 2
17.25

$0,340
.305
.305
.283
.325
.335
.335
.335
.320
.330
.330
.317
.335
.319
.335
.338

.3 ?

5 0 .2

1 5.22

.323

D ivision No. S.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r 1.......................
F i v e 1.......................
S ix .............................
S e v e n .......................

.350
.300
.350
.335
.335
.325
.325

3 6 .5
5 9 .5
5 5 .0
9 5 .5
139.5
5 8 .5
5 5 .0

14.00
17.85
1 8.60
31.99
45 .2 0
19.01
1 7.90

.384
.30 0
.338
.335
.324
.32 5
.32 5

T o t a l....................

.33 6

5 3 .5

17.79

.333

.33 4
.32 5
.335
.335
.238

4 7 .4
6 8 .3
4 0 .3
5 3 .6
5 8 .0

15.71
19.50
13.48
18.31
13.78

.331
.285
.335
.341
.238

.322

5 1 .9

16.21

.30 0
.240
.317
.325
.300

4 0 .0
5 4 .7
4 1 .8
7 1 .5
5 9 .5

13.10
12.92
23 .24
17.85

50 .1

14.31

3 6 .0
3 1 .0
3 8 .0

2 3.92

D ivision No.

4.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e .........................
T o t a l....................

18

D ivision N o. 5.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e .........................
T o t a l....................

D ivision No.

.300
.24 0
.30 9
.32 5
.30 0

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o - ­
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
T o ta l.

1
0

1 .0
20

.35 0
.37 6

2 .0
10
2 2.57

.664
.677
.594

.37 5

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




131

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
T A IL S A W Y E R S : M ALES—Continued.

N u m b e r w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
52* | 55
30
32 i
37*
424
35
45
40
50
60
and
an d i and
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
a
cents
u n d er u nder under under under u nd er under under under under u nder under under
and
G
O
52*
42i
55 j 57*
30
47*
37*
40
50
35
45
m
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents.

25
an d
u nd er
27*
c en ts.

4^
7

2

1
2

1

3
2
3

1

2

9

3
4
5

1
5
2
3
1
1
2
3
2
2
3
3
23

..

----------

17
18
19

3

2
0
2
1
2
2

1
1
1
1

23

2

4

4
3
4
4

1

15

1

24
25
26
27
28

1
1

29
30
31
32
33

2
1
2
1

i

1
1

5




6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1

1

1

I............
i
i
!

13
14
15
16

1

1

L in e
N o.

1

i

i

1

3
4

2

i

35
36

3

132

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able A , — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , AN D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
CATTLE-KILLING D E P A R T M E N T— Continued
TAIL SAWYERS: M
ALES—
Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of w ages
per h o u r.

D iv isio n a n d esta b lish ­
m e n t n u m b er.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h ou r.

A v era g e
h ours
w ork ed
per
w eek.

A v era g e
earnings
per
w eek.

A v era g e
h o u rly
earnings.

2
1
1
1
1
2

SO.200
.25 0
.350
.325
.325
.300

6 5 .0
6 2 .0
3 0 .0
5 3 .5
56 .5
5 3 .3

$1 3.00
15.50
10.50
17.95
18.36
16.10

$0 ,200
.250
.350
.336
.32 5
.302

6

L in e
No.

.308

51 .4

15.75

.306

99

.321

5 1 .4

16.62

.32 3

20
and
U n d er
20
u n d er
22*
c en ts.
c en ts.

22*
and
u n d er
25
c en ts.

D ivision N o. 7.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
1
2
3
4
5
6

T w o ...................................
F o u r ..’ ..............................
F i v e ...................................

Grand to ta l2

____

2

3

SPLITTERS: M
ALES.
D ivision N o. 1.
6
4
1
2
10
1
8

$0,550
.55 0
.550
.550
.55 0
.55 0
.550

T o t a l.............................

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ...................................
S i x .....................................
S e v e n ................................

32

.550

3
2
2
5
1
2
5
2
4
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
3
38 i

$24.81
23.37
23 .10
29.70
37.58
11.27
30.66

$0,545
.550
.550
.550
.547
.55 0
.551

5 0 .6

27.72

.536

.608
.550
.550
.550
.442
.538
.545
.575
.575
.575
.575
.575
.575
.575
.575
.575
.575

4 6 .8
4 8 .0
6 0 .0
42 .0
70 .5
4 5 .0
47 .2
53 .0
53 .5
5 9 .0
5 4 .0
5 6 .0
107.8
6 0 .8
5 1 .0
9 8 .3
5 4 .0

28 .4 0
26.40
33 .00
23.10
53.00
24.19
25.34
30.45
30.76
33.92
31.03
32.20
61.17
34.98
29.32
56.29
31 .05

.606
.550
.550
.550
.752
.5 3 7
.537
.5 7 5
.5 7 5
.57 5
.57 5
.5 7 5
.567
.5 7 5
.57 5
.57 5
.57 5

.566

5 1 .0

28.83 1

.5 6 5

4 5 .5
4 2 .5
4 2 .0 '
54 .0
68.7
2 0 .5
55 .8

D ivision N o. 2.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e 1................................
S i x .....................................
S e v e n ................................
E i g h t ................................
N i n e ..................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e lv e .............................
T h ir te e n 1 .......................
F o u rte en .........................
F iftee n .............................
S ix te e n 1..........................
S eve n tee n ......................
T o t a l.............................

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




133

G EN ER AL TA B L ES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
TAIL SAWYERS: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w ho received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

Line
27*

25

30

32*

37*

35

40

42*

50

45

52*

N o.

57*

55

60

47l
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
and
and
and
and
an d
an d
and
and
cents
u nd er •under u nd er u nder u nder u nder under u nd er u nder under under under under
and
50
52*
57*
32*
27*
30
42*
60
35
40
45
55
37*
47*
o ver.
c en ts. c en ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

an d
u nd er

1

1
3

1
1
1

1
1
1

3
4
5

6

3
35

1
2

1
1

44

9

1

4

............1.............
S P L IT T E R S : M A L E S.

6
4
1
2
10
1
8

1
0
1
1
1
2
13

32

1

2

2
2
5
1
1

1

1

..............1 . . . . ; .

1

2
0
2
1
2
2

4
2
4
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
3
1

1

10

24

14
15
16
17
18
19

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
2

2 Total for 42 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




134

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
SPLITTERS: MALES—Concluded.

L in e
No.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f w ages
per h ou r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A v era g e
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1

$0.575
.49 2
.62 5
.57 5
.57 5
.575
.417
.57 5
.52 5
.55 0

3 8 .0
6 0 .0
4 2 .0
5 5 .0
121.5
126.5
6 0 .0
6 1 .5
81 .1
2 3 9 .5

$25.85
2 9 .5 0
25 .00
3 1 .6 2
69.87
72.73
25.00
35 .36
42.52
2 2 .0 0

$0.680
. .49 2
.595
.575
.57 5
. 575
.41 7

.54 8

5 1 .4

28 .24

.5 5 0

A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

20
and
U nder
20
u nd er
22|
cen ts.
cen ts.

22*
and
u nd er
25
cen ts.

D ivision N o. S.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:

T h r e e ................................
F iv e 1 .
S i x 1 ..............
E ig h t
N i n e 1. . .........................
T e n ..............

8 •

D ivision N o.

.575
.525
.557

4.

......
%

E s ta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .....................................
T w o .......... ........................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..............
F i v e ...................................

3
2
6
5
1

T o t a l............................

17

.57 5
.5 7 5
.57 5
.57 5 :
.50 0 ;

5 6 .3
5 7 .5
5 5 .7 .
5 6 .5
5 3 .5

32.39
33 .06
3 2.01
3 2 .4 8
26.75

.57 5
.57 5
.57 5
.57 5
.50 0

. 571

5 6 .1

32 .03

.571

D ivision N o. 5.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ......................................
S e v e n ..............................
Eierht................................
N in e ..................................

1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1

.41 7
.501
.375
.433
.330
.517 :
.417
.36 7
. 417,

5 8 .0
6 8 .0
36 .5
6 0 .0
51 .5
60*0
6 0 .0
3 2 .0
5 9 .5

2 5 .0 0
34 .10
13.67
26 .00
16.93
3 1 .00
25.00
22 .0 0
25.00

.41 7
.501
.37 5
.43 3
.329
.51 7
.4 1 7
.3 6 7
.4 1 7

T o t a l............................

11

.4 2 0 ;

5 4 .3

24.24

.4 4 7

D ivision N o.

'

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................

1
5
2
3
1

.24 5
1.369
1.326
1.477
.417

4 3 .0
3 6 .0
3 1 .0
3 6 .0
6 0 .0

13.50
49.41
4 1 .12
53.32
25.00

.314
1.372
1.326
1.481
.417

1

T o t a l.............................

12

1.216

3 7 .8

43 .98

1.164

1

1
1
1
1
1
1

.417
.436
.698
.417
.55 0
.46 7

5 0 .0
3 4 .0
4 0 .0
4 8 .5
5 7 .5
6 0 .0

2 5 .0 0
24 .00
27 .90
25 .0 0
3 1 .62
28.00

.5 0 0
.70 6
.69 8
.51 5
.5 5 0
.467

D ivision N o. 7.
E s ta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ......................................
T o t a l............................

6

.49 8

4 8 .3

26 .92

.55 7

Grand t o ta l 2 . . ____

124

.59 5

5 0 .5

2 9 .7 5

.58 9

1

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




135

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
SP L IT T E R S: M ALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
u nd er
27*
cents.

32*
42*
57*
27*
47*
35
37*
52*
55
30
45
40
50
60
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
ana
and
an d
an d
an d
cents
under under under under under u nder under u nder u nder under under u nder under
an d
32*
57*
60
35
37*
40
45
50
52*
30
42*
55
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

L in e
N o.

i

1
2

1
1

1

1
2
2
1

1
i

1

6
7
8
’ 9
1
0

1
1
1
1

1

1

1

1
1
1
2

3
2
6
5

1
*

4

13
14
15

1
1

3
4
5

16

16
17
18
19

1
1
1
1
1

2
0
2
1
2
2

1

1

23
24

1
1

1

1
1
1

2

1

3

2

1

1

5
2
3
1
10

1

1

<

1

1
1
1
1
= = =

2

________
1

2

1

25
26
27
28
29

1

1

7

3

1

1
1

3

2 J

44

30
31
32
33
34
35

1 j
44

14

2
T o t a l for 53 estab lish m en ts w ith w eek ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 6 esta b lish m en ts w ith b iw eekly p a y rolls n ot
In c lu d e d .




SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
jA

.—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
CH U CK SP L IT TE R S: MALES.

1N u m b e r

w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e ..........................
S ix .............................

2
3
1
1
4
2

$0.360
. 3b0
.350
.35 0
.360
.36 0

4 5 .5
4 2 .5
4 8 .0
5 3 .0
5 6 .8
5 6 .0

$16.38
15.30
16.00
18.55
20.43
20.16

$0.360
.360
.333
.350
.360
.360

T o t a l...................

13

.359

5 0 .7

18.10

.357

1
2
2
1
1
1
1

1
1
2
1

,36 0
.36 0
.36 0
.37 5
.40 0
.40 0
.385
.38 5
.3 8 0
.38 5
.389
.38 5
.38 5
.38 5
.38 5
.43 3

4 8 .0
4 7 .5
6 0 .5
8 1 .0
4 8 .0
4 2 .0
5 0 .0
4 6 .3
73 .0
5 2 .0
137.5
5 9 .2
67 .0
9 5 .0
4 4 .0
5 5 .0

17.28
17.10
19.01
30.37
18. 66
16.80
19.25
19-42
20. b0
20 .02
50 .20
22 .78
23.75
36.57
18.08
26.00

.36 0
.36 0
.360
.375
.389
.40 0
.385
.419
.28 2
.38 5
.36 5
.38 5
.38 5
.385
.411
.47 3

20

.38 2

5 2 .8

19.87

.376

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o 1.......................
T h r e e 1....................
F o u r .........................
F i v e ..........................
S ix .............................
S ev e n .......................

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

.36 5
.385
.3 8 5
.35 0
.365
.30 0
.375

5 0 .0
116.5
121.5
5 9 .0
6 4 .8
5 5 .0
3 6 .0

18.25
44 .85
46. 77
20.65
23.63
16.50
15.00

.36 5
.385
.38 5
.350
.365
.300
.417

T o t a l...................

u.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

5

.351

5 3 .0

18.81

.355

E sta blishm ent. N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................

1
1
5
2

.385
.325
. 385
.38 5

5 8 .0
4 3 .5
46. b
5 6 .8

22.33
14.13
17.45
20.69

.385
.325
.374
.365

T o t a l...................

9

.377

49 .8

18.34

368

1
1
1
1

.30 0
.25 0
.40 0
.25 0
.325

4 6 .0
6 6 .0
5 1 .5
4 1 .5
6 5 .5

13.80
16.50
20.60
10.38
21.30

.300
.25 0
.40 0
.25 0
.325

5

.305

54 .1

16.52

.305

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

U n d er
20
cents.

20
and
u nder
22*
cents.

22*
an d
under
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 1.

1
2
3
4
5

6

D ivision No. 2.
7

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r 1.......................
F i v e ..........................
S ix .............................
S ev e n .......................
F i g h t .......................
N in e .........................
T e n ............................
E le v e n 1.................
T w e lv e ....................
T h ir te e n ................
F ou rteen 1............
F iftee n .....................
S ix te e n ...................
T o t a l ...................

1
1
1

1

D ivision N o. 8.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29'

D ivision N o.
30
31
32

‘in

4.

D ivision N o. 5.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ...........................
T w o ..........................
T h r e e .......................
F o u r .........................
F i v e .........................
T o t a l.

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVER.
Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLIN'G DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CH U CK SP L IT T E R S: MALES.

N u m b e r w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
u nd er

27
i

cen ts.

m

40
3.5
42*
45
47J
32*
50
30
52 i
57J
55
60
and
and
and
an d
and
and
and
and
and
and
an d
and
an d
cen ts
und er under under und er under under u nd er u nder u nd er under u nd er u nd er u nd er
an d
40
42£
30
32£
45
47J
50
37£
35
55
60
ove r.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.




54
2

2
1
1
4
2

3

J.

5i
7

1
2
3
4
5

6

7

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2

23
24
25
26
27
28
29

30
31
32
33

34
35
36
37
38

138
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A __ AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
C H U C K SP L IT T E R S: M ALES—Concluded.

L in e
N o.

D iv isio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em p lo y -

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f w ages
per h our.
A v era g e
h o u rly
earnings.

2
0
U n d er

2
0

cents.

2*
2

an d
und er

2*
2

cen ts.

and
u n d er
25
c en ts.

D ivision N o. 7.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O ne 1........................
T w o ........................

$0.225
.26 3

3 5 .3

$25. 20
9 .0 0

$0 .2 2 5
.25 5

3 5 .3

T o t a l ................. .
G rand total * ..

12
1 .0

54

.361

51 .3

18.38

.3 5 8 I

S C R IB E R S : M A L E S .

D ivision N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................

2
1
1
3
2

$0,240
.26 5
.2 5 0
.25 0
.25 8

5 6 .8
4 2 .5
6 0 .0
7 1 .8
6 5 .5

$13.45
11.26
15.00
17 .85
16.56

$0,237
.2 6 5
. 250
.24 8
.25 3

2

T o t a l.............................

9

.251

6 2 .5

15.54

.24 9

2

1
1
1

1
1
1

.2 7 5
.265
.235
.223
.265
.2 8 5
.29 0
.2 9 0
.2 6 0
.29 0
.3 0 0
.3 0 0
.27 5
.29 0
.27 5
.3 0 0

4 5 .0
4 8 .0
72 .0
4 9 .3
45 .0
4 2 .0
5 0 .0
69 .3
6 2 .5
6 5 .0
5 2 .0
113.5
6 8 .5
3 8 .0
103. 5
6 6 .0

12.37
12.72
16.80
10.88
11.92
19.25
14.50
19.51
16.05
18.20
15.60
34.05
18.66
10.58
28 .2 4
19.14

.27 5
.265
.235
.221
.26 5
.4 5 8
.2 9 0
.2 8 2
.2 6 0
.2 9 0
.3 0 0
.3 0 0
.271
.2 9 0
.27 5
.3 0 0

17

.2 7 2

5 6 .4

15.17

.2 6 9

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ........... ........................
T w o ...................................
Three *..............................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e 1................................

1
1
1
1
1

.2 7 5
.365
.28 5
.27 5
.315

2 9 .5
6 1 .0
121.5
4 3 .0
126.1

8 .1 0
21.11
34.-62
11.83
39.69

.2 7 5
.3 4 6
.2 8 5
.27 5
.31 5

T o t a l............................

3

.30 5

44 .5

13. 68

.30 7

Division N o. .2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S i x ......................................
S ev e n ................................
E ig h t ................................
N in e ..................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e l v e 1.........................
T h ir te e n .........................
F o u rte en .........................
F ift e e n 1 ..........................
S ix te e n ............................
T o t a l.........................

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1

1
1

1

2

D ivision N o. 3.

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




139

G E N E R AL TA BLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
CHUCK SP L IT T E R S: M ALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
and
u n d er
27*
c en ts.

27*
30
32*
42*
47*
50
52*
55
37*
45
57*
35
60
an d
and J and
an d
an d
and
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
u nd er under u nder under under under under u nder under: under u nder under under
an d
40
42*
50
52*
55 I 57*
30
32*
37*
45
60
35
47*
over.
cents. ccnts cents. cents. cents, cents. cents, cents c en ts.1cents. ccnts. cents cents.

2
1
S C R IB E R S : M A L E S .

1
1
2

3 ______ I_____

1

!

i
l

l

1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1

3

l
i
......... i..........

7

9

1
1
1

1
2

!

1
1
1

1

1

......... 1..........

1

2

1

I

2 T o ta l for 34 estab lish m en ts w ith w ee k ly p a y r o lls o n ly ; 6 e sta b lish m en ts w ith b iw e e k ly p a y rolls n ot
in clu d ed .




SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

140
T a b le

A ,—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN ' G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
SC RISERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of w ages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

E sta b lish m e n t N o . :
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ..............................
F o u r ..................................

1
1
2
2

$0.230
.2 5 0
.27 5
.24 3

5 8 .0
6 9 .0
65 .0
6 1 .0

$13.34
16.65
17.61
14. 75

$0,230
.241
.271
.24 2

1

T o t a l.............................

L in e
N o.

6

.25 3

63 .2

15.78

.25 0

2

1
1
1

.2 6 9
.22 0
.2 8 7

3 6 .0
3 1 .0
4 2 .0

16.12
13.20
17.20

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

D ivision N o.

A verage
h ou rly
earn ings.
U n d er
20
cents.

20
an d
u nder
22*
cen ts.

22*
an d
und er
25
cen ts.

4.

1

D ivision N o. 6.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

.448
.42 6
.4 1 0

1

T o t a l.............................

3

.2 5 9

3 6 .3

15.51

.4 2 7

1

G rand t o t a l 1............

38

.2 6 6

56 .4

15.26

.271

2

6

TRIMM ERS (BRUISES, ROUNDS, SK IR T S, A N D T A IL S ): MALES.
D ivision N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................

3
6
11
13

$0,263
.2 6 0
.2 6 0
.2 6 0

54 .5
4 8 .2
5 6 .5
5 6 .8

$14.01
12.44
1 4.64
14.77

$0.257
.2 5 8
.2 5 9
.2 5 9

T o t a l.............................

33

.2 6 0

5 4 .9

14.23

.2 5 9

2
2
2
4
1
2
3
3
7
1
2
7
2
5
11
1

.2 9 3
.2 7 0
.25 0
.2 6 0
.2 6 5
.2 6 5
.277
.2 7 8
.2 8 3
.3 1 5
.2 8 0
.2 7 6
.2 8 8
.2 9 5
.2 7 4
.29 9
.3 3 0

47 .3
4 8 .0
40 .5
48 .9
8 8 .5
2 6.3
50 .8
5 7 .5
6 1 .8
5 3 .0
, 6 2 .0
127.6
6 0 .3
4 6 .0
110.6
54 .7
52 .0

13.84
12.96
10.32
12.40
23.45
6.9 5
13.90
15.75
17.14
16.70
17.97
34.66
16.92
13.60
30 .28
16.15
17.16

.293
.2 7 0
.2 5 5
.2 5 4
.2 6 5
.2 6 5
.2 7 3
.2 7 4
.2 7 7
.3 1 5
.2 9 0
.2 7 2
.2 8 1
.2 9 6
.2 7 4
.2 9 5
.3 3 0

46

.28-4

53 .1

14.98

.2 8 2

3
2
1

.29 7
.2 9 0
.2 7 5

6 2 .7
139.5
5 9 .0

18.47
34.73
16.23

.2 9 5
.2 4 9
.2 7 5

4

.291

6 1 .8

17.91

.2 9 0

-4

4

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e 2................................
S ix ......................................
S ev e n ................................
E ig h t................................
N in e ..................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e lv e a.........................
T h ir te e n .........................
F o u rte en .........................
Fifteen 2..........................
S ix te e n ............................
S ev e n tee n ......................
T o ta l

........................

4

1

1

D ivision No* 3.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
One
Two 2
Th ree
T o t a l ............................

i T o ta l for 29 establish m en ts w ith w eek ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 4 establish m en ts w ith b iw eekly p a y r o lls n ot
in clu d ed .




141

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLIN'G DEPARTMENT— Continued.
SCR IB ER S: M ALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

25
an d
under
27*
cents.

5^
7

52*
50
55
40
32*
42*
45
37*
30
27*
35
an d
and
and
an<
an d j an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
an d
cents
under under under under under under under u nder under under under under under an d
G
O
52*
55
57*
50
42*
45 | 47*
37*
40
32*
35
30
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, .cents. cents cents. cents cents. cents.

4^
7

L in e
No.

TRIM
MERS (BRUISES, ROUNDS, SKIRTS, AND TAILS): M
ALES.

i
i

3
6
7
13

............f.............! . .
______ ! _______1 . . . .

9

1
0
1
1

29

1
1
1 1
1
1

1
1

14

1
1

i
1
1
2 1
2 ! ............
5
i
l
2
l
2
1
l
2
2
6

20

1
2

1

7

i

1
I
I
l
j
1

i

!
3
3
4

2
2
1

1

|

..

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25

. J
j

2
6

1
l
1
'

27
28

I

1

3

I
______ ! .......... ..

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

29
30
31
..

. J ............

!

2The figures for this establishm ent cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




142
T a b le

SLA U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
A .—

A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
EA R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATE S,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.

T R IM M E R S (B R U IS E S , R O U N D S , S K IR T S A N D

L in e
N o.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

T A I L S ) : M A L E S — C onclu ded .

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h our.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.
U n d er
20
cents.

20
an d
under

221
cents.

D ivision N o.

4.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o .................................
Three
.
.
_
_
Fou r ..............................

2
3
5
5

$0,305
.247
.2 7 8
.2 7 0

3 4 .0
58 .8
60.1
6 2 .5

$11.45
14.25
16.68
16.74

$0.337
.2 4 2
.2 7 8
.2 6 8

T o t a l.............................

15

.273

57 .2

15.52

.271

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................

1
2
2
1

.325
.275
.225
.30 0

6 2 .0
4 8 .0
5 8 .8
5 1 .5

20.15
13.20
13.32
15.45

.325
.27 5
.22 7
.300

1

T o t a l.............................

6

.271

54 .5

14.77

.271

1

1
1

.225
.32 5

5 6 .0
15 .0

12.60
4 .8 5

.225
.32 3

...................

2

.275

3 5 .5

8 .7 3

.24 6

G rand t o t a l 1 ..........

1
2
3
4

22*
ana
under
25
cents.

106

. 275

54 .3

2

2

D ivision N o. 5.
5
6
7
8

D ivision N o. 7.
9
10

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T o t a l..

14.80 j

.273

1
1
1 i
1

8

U T IL IT Y M E N : M ALES.

D ivision N o. 1.
E sta b lish m e n t N o . :
O n e ....................................

2

$0,523

4 5 .5

$ 2 /. 01

$0.594

E sta b lish m e n t N 0 .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S ix ......................................
S e v e n ................................
E i g h t ................................
N i n e * ................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n .............................
T w e lv e 2 .........................
T h ir te e n .........................
F o u r t e e n .-f ...................

3
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
5
1
3
1
6
1

.37 3
.26 0
.57 5
.275
.285
:275
.458
.310
.391
.525
.375
.42 7
.288
.317

5 2 .7
65 .0
5 7 .5
5 6 .3
5 5 .5
7 6 .5
5 6 .0
51 .7
107.3
74 .5
6 1 .7
6 1 .0
6 4 .3
6 0 .0

18.17
18.60
25.50
15.56
15.81
2 0 .49
26.89
16.01
42.83
4 3 .7 8
2 2 .13
26.02
18.21
19.00

.345
.286
.443
.277
.28 5
.27 5
.48 0
.31 0
.39 9
.58 8
.3 5 9
.4 2 7
.2 8 3
.3 1 7

T o t a l.............................

11

25

.341

5 9 .9

20.25

.3 3 8

D ivision N o. 2.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

i Total for. 30 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




148

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
TRIMM ERS (BRU ISES, ROUNDS, S K IR T S AN D T A IL S ): MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
u nder
27*
cents.

32*
30
37*
27*
40
42* : 45 '
52*
35
57*
50
55
60
47|
and
an d
an d
an d
and
an d
an d
a n d ] an d
and
and
an d
an d
cents
u n d e r under u nder u nder under u nder u n d er under under under under under under
an d
32* ; 35
37*
80
40
42*
57*
60
45
50
52* i 55
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.l cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

1

2
2
5

7

i

1
3
3

!
............1.............
1

1

I

1
2
1
1
1

2

1

1

1
1

1
49

32

8 |

7

......... j

1 ’

i

•

j...............
1

U T IL IT Y M EN: MALES.

1

1

1

1

1

1
1

i
______ i____

1
1
i
1

i
l
2

1
_
1 '

i
i

1

1

1

1
1

1

1

1
1

1

3

3

6

2 The figures for

1
1
6

2

............I.............
1

1

2

1

1

ll

1

2

this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




144

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
C A T T L E -K IL L IN G

D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.

UTILITY MEN: MALES—Concluded.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy*

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A v era g e
h o u rly
earnings.

2
0
U nder

2
0

cen ts.

2*
2

and
u nder

an d
u nd er
25
cents.

2*
2

cents.

D ivision N o. S.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e .......................
S ix ...........................

$0.333
.37 5
.3 7 7
.444
.37 5
.36 5

6 0 .0
6 0 .0
49 .5
55 .0
7 1 .0
5 0 .0

T o t a l .................

.3 7 8

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
T o t a l..................

$0 0
2 .0
22 .5 0
18.42
25.00
2 6 .62
18.25

$0.333
.375
.3 7 2
.455
.3 7 5
.36 5

55 .6

2 0 .9 6

.377

.2 9 9
.2 6 0
.2 6 9
.22 5

6 5 .3
6 5 .0
5 6 .6
4 2 .0

1 9 .34
16.87
15.28
9 .5 0

.250
.270
.22 6

.2 7 0

5 8 .0

15.77

.37 5
.4 0 0
.36 7
.3 5 0
.36 7
.3 0 0
.31 7
.37 5

4 9 .5
3 2 .0
6 0 .0
6 1 .5
57 .5
4 5 .0
6 1 .5
3 8 .0

22 .5 0
12.80

.351

53.6

19 .07

E sta b lish m e n t N o . :
O n e .........................
T w o ........................

.31 0
.22 5

4 3 .0
4 2 .0

17.00
9 .5 0

.39 5
.2 2 6

T o t a l .................

.281

4 2 .7

14.50

.3 4 0

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................

.30 0
.35 0
.50 6

4 0 .0
6 0 .0
3 3 .5
6 0 .0

27.90
18.00
11.70
30 .35

.3 0 0
.34 9
.506

T o t a l.................

.464

4 8 .4

2.
1

D ivision No. 4.

D ivision N o. 5.
E sta b lish m e n t N o - ­
O n e .........................
T w o ........................
T h r e e .....................
F o u r .......................
F i v e .......................
S ix ...........................
S e v e n .....................
E ig h t .....................
T o t a l.................

D ivision No.

1
2

2 .0
20
2 1 .52
21.25
13.50
19.50
14.25

.455
.40 0
.36 7
.3 5 0
.370
.30 0
.317
.3 7 5

6.

D ivision No. 7.

G ran d t o t a l l .

55 .8

i Total for 37 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




145

G E N E R AL T A B L E S .

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
UTILITY MEN: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per h ou r.

27*
30
32*
25
37*
35
40
52*
45
50
57*
55
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
ana
and
and
and
and
and
and
c e n ts
u nd er u n d er under u nder under u nd er under under u n d er under u n d er u nd er u nder under
and
37*
40
52*
60
32*
35
30
42*
50
57*
45
55
47*
m
ove r.
c en ts. c e n ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. c en ts. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

.1
1
1

3
4
5

2
1
1
1

2

1
1
3

2

1

1

5

6

j
2

1

L in e
N o.

2

7

8
9
1
0

1

1
1
1
2

1
1

13
14
15
16
17
18

1
1
2
1
1

1
2

4

2

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

19

2
0

1
1

1

]
1
1

23
24

1
1
9

6

4

1

1
8

5

6

4

95121°— 19— Bull. 252------ 10




1

2

2

2
1
2
2

1
1

1

3 1

1

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
W A SH E R S AN D W IP E R S : MALES.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h ou r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h our.

A verage
h ours
w ork ed
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

20
16
3
3
43
2
48

$0,229
.2 2 6
.26 7
.27 5
.22 4
.2 7 5
.2 2 5

4 4 .9
4 6 .9
6 0 .5
6 9 .8
6 5 .1
6 2 .0
5 3 .3

$10.26
10.61
16.51
1 9 .2 0
14.58
17.04
1 1 .9 9

$0.229
.22 6
.27 3
.2 7 5
.224
.27 5
.2 2 5

135

IU.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

.2 2 8

5 5 .7

12.73

.229

.2 3 6
4 6 .7
5 1 .6
.2 2 8
3 9 .8
.2 2 5
4 5 .8
.2 1 0
5 0 .5
.2 5 0
.2 2 0
4 6 .6
4 2 .9
.2 3 5
.2 4 5 E i g h t 4 9 .0
5 0 .7
.2 5 0
6 3 .7
.2 3 5
5 5 .1
.2 3 5
. 260
5 2 .0
1 1 8 .6
.2 5 0
45 .1
.2 5 0
75 .7
.2 5 0
6 2 .9
.2 5 3

11.01
11 .74
8.9 4
9 .6 1
12.62
1 0 .2 6
10.07
12.02
12. 67
15.23
12.94
1 3 .5 2
30 .2 4
1 1 .2 6
18.98
15.83

.2 3 6
.22 7
.2 2 5
.2 1 0
.2 5 0
.2 2 0
.2 3 5
.2 4 5
.2 5 0
.2 3 9
.2 3 5
.2 6 0
.2 5 5
.2 5 0
.2 5 0
.2 5 2

U nder
20
cen ts.

20
22\
and
an d
u n d er u nd er
22^
25
cen ts. cen ts.

D ivision N o. 1.

1
2

E sta b lish m e n t N o . :
T w o ...................................

3
4
5

6

S ix

.................. - ____

7

19
16

2

41

2

124

48

D ivision N o. 2.

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23

17
8
2
5
1
4
10
11
12
6
8
1
9
10
12
11

T o t a l............................

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n © ....................... ..........
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ..................................
S i x .....................................
Seven ..............................
................................
N in e
.........................
T en
...........................
E le v e n
.......................
T w e lv e ............................
T h ir te e n 1 .....................
F o u r te e n ........................
F ift e e n 1..........................
S ix te e n ............................

106

.2 3 9

5 0 .4

12 .08

.2 4 0

7
1
1
15
18
1
6
2
2
1

.2 4 0
.2 5 0
.2 5 0
.2 7 2
.2 5 0
.2 7 5
.2 6 3
.2 9 7
.2 5 0
.2 5 0

3 9 .6
4 7 .5
5 9 .5
4 2 .7
104.9
7 0 .3
49 .1
53 .1
5 3 .0
53 .5

9 .9 3
11. 85
14.90
11.75
26 .3 0
19; 32
13.03
15. 68
13. 25
13.40

.2 5 0
.2 4 9
.2 5 0
.2 7 5
.2 5 1
.2 7 5
.2 6 6
.2 9 6
.2 5 0
.2 5 0

34

.2 6 0

4 5 .6

12.06

.2 6 5

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..................................
T w o ...................................
Three
Four

9
21
14
1

.2 0 0
.2 0 0
.23 5
.17 5

5 6 .6
4 0 .9
5 7 .0
5 3 .5

11.32
8 .1 8
13.39
9 .3 5

.2 0 0
.2 0 0
.23 5
.1 7 5

21

T o t a l ............................

45

.2 1 0

4 9 .3

10.46

.2 1 2

21

16
8
2
5
4
10
11
6
8

6
9

67

D ivision N o. 3.
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
.31
32
33

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ................................
F i v e 1 .............................
S i x .....................................
S even .............................
E i g h t 1 .........................
N in e ..................................
T e n ..................................
T o t a l ........................

7

m

D ivision N o. 434
35
36
37

9
21
14

30

14

figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




147

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT —Continued.
W A SH E R S AN D W IP E R S : MALES.

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of wages per h our.

25
an d
u nder
27!
cen ts.

L in e
N o.

32J
274
30
37!
40
52!
45
35
50
57|
55
4»
60
47l
an d
an d
ana
an d
an d
and
and
and
and
an d
an d
and
an d
cents
u n d er u nder u nder u nder under under u nder u nd er u nder under under under under
an d
37!
40
42|
50
52!
30
32|
45
35
55
57!
60
47!
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2,

3

1

2

3

5

1
,

1

1
0
1
1
1
2

i

13
14
15
16
17

i2

1
8
19
2
0
2
1
2
2

1
1
0
1
2
9

5

23

----------

30

1
1
2

13

3

3

2
1
1
0

24
25
25
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

17

18

............

1
1

1

............1.............i.............' .............' .............' .............
1
1
■
i
i
l
l
i
i
'




l

i

i

;

* At 17| and uuder 20 csnts.

i
i
i

1
i

34
35
36
37

i
i
i
'

;

148

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—

A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
EAR N IN G S P E R H O U R , AN D C LASSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A TE S,
CATTLE-KILLING

D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

W A SH E R S AN D W IP E R S : M ALES— Concluded.

L in e
N o.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
h our.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h our.
A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

20
cen ts.

D ivision N o.

3
4
5

6

D ivision N o.
7

8
9

10
11

an d
u nder
22 *
cen ts.

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S i x .......... ...........................
T o t a l............................

1
2

22 *
an d
u nder
25
cen ts.

20
U n d er

1
1
2
6
7
4

$0 ,325
.3 2 5
.2 7 5
.2 5 0
.2 1 6
.2 3 8

4 7 .0
5 6 .0
3 8 .5
4 7 .8
5 3 .9
5 2 .6

$ 1 5.28
18 .2 0
10.59
11.96
11.73
12.45

$ 0,325
.3 2 5
.2 7 5
. 250
.2 2 8
.23 7

21

.2 4 6

5 0 .2

1 2 .30

.2 5 0

1

.2 0 0
.2 11

2
8
1

.2 1 9
.2 1 5
.1 7 5

4 9 .0
3 6 .0
3 1 .0
3 9 .5

1 1 .0 0

3

6 6 .0

12.69
13.10
12 .08
11.55

.2 2 5
.3 5 3
. 423
.3 0 6
.1 7 5

i 1

15

.2 1 1

4 0 .1

12.23

.3 0 5

i i

7

.20 0

7 2 .6

.2 2 5
.23 8
.3 0 0
.267
.263
.261
.3 0 0
.2 5 0

14.51
2 .2 5
11. 55
13.50
14.42
14.87
14.37

.20 0

2
2
1

20 .0

6 .0 0

4 5 .6

11.39

11

3

2
2

i 1

3

4

6.

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
T o t a l............................

1
3

2
8
14

D ivision N o. 7.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

20

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e 2 .................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S i x ......................................
Seven ..............................
E i g h t ................................
N i n e ..................................

3
4

2
1
5

10 .0
48. 8
4 5 .0
52 .7
5 6 .5
5 5 .0

7

2
1

. 225
.237
.3 0 0
.2 7 4
.2 6 3
.26 1
.3 0 0
.2 5 0

T o t a l............................

20

.2 5 7

4 5 .2

11. 78

.2 6 0

G ran d to ta l 3............

376

.2 3 4

5 1 .0

1 2 .1 2

.2 3 7

1

4

13

220

58

BU T C H E R S, G EN ER AL: MALES.
D ivision N o. S.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
On e 2 .................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................

23

1
2
1

$0. 445
.3 5 0
.33 3

129.0
50. 0
6 0 .0

$57. 40
17. 50

20 .0 0

$0,445
.3 5 0
.3 3 3

3

.3 4 4

53 .3

18.33

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
One
..................
Two

1
1

. 440
.5 0 0

58. 0
5 3 .5

25. 52
26. 75

.4 4 0
.5 0 0

2

.4 7 0

5 5 .8

26 .1 4

.4 6 8

T o ta l

.......................

D ivision No.
24
25

_

.3 4 4

T o t a l ............................

21
22

4.

i A t 17* an d u n d er 20 cen ts.

1

....

, , , .
A A ,
a T h e figures for this esta b lish m en t cover a b iw e e k ly p a y -r o ll p eriod an d are n ot m c lu d e d m th e to ta l.




149

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
W A SH E R S AN D W IP E R S : M ALES— Concluded.

N u m b e r w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
an d
under
27i
cents.

30
32 h
37|
42i
35
40
52*
45
50
57£
55
60
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
ana
an d
an d
cents
u nder under under u nder under u nder under u nder under under under under under
an d
30
32£
35
37£
40
42£
52£
45
47£
50
57£
60
55
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

m

L in e
N o.

1
1
2
6
1
2
9

2

2 !

1
0
1
1

1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
1
1
2

2
2
1
1

2
0

5
9

5

2

61

29

3

2

B U TC H E R S, G E N E R A L: M ALES.

1
1

2

23

2
1

------

2
1
2
2

1

1

1
1

24
25

8 T o ta l for 52 esta b lish m en ts w ith w ee k ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 5 estab lish m en ts w ith b iw ee k ly p a y rolls n ot
in clu ded.




150

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A ___AV E R A G E R A T E OP W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R '
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
CATTLE-KILLING D E P A R T M E N T— Continued.
BUTCHERS, GENERAL: HALES—
Concluded.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h our.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
wages
per
h ou r.

A verage
hours
w orked
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w ee k .

T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S i x ......................................
S e v e n ...............................

1
1
4
14
2
1
2

$0.383
.4 8 3
.4 3 6
.3 2 5
.5 5 0
.3 2 0
.3 8 4

3 5 .0
6 2 .0
49 .3
4 5 ,1
2 9 .3
5 7 .0
5 0 .0

S 15.34
29 .0 0
26.13
1 4 .68
16.44
18.24
18.67

SO. 438
.4 6 8
.5 3 0
.3 2 5
.56 1
.3 2 0
.3 7 5

T o t a l............................

25

.3 7 4

4 5 .6

17. 71

.3 8 8

G ran d t o t a l 1............

L in e
N o.

30

.3 7 7

4 7 .1

18.34

.3 9 0

D iv isio n a n d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

A verage
h ou rly
earn ings.
U n d er
20
c en ts.

20
an d
u nd er
22*
cen ts.

22*
an d
under
25
c en ts.

D ivision N o. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..................................

TONGUEHS; M
ALES.
D ivision N o. 1.
2
5
1
3
4
1

SO. 243
.2 6 4
.3 2 5
.2 4 8
.2 5 0
.3 0 0

4 7 .0
49. 8
6 1 .5
6 2 .3
5 7 .3
5 .0

*11 .37
12. 83
18.37
15.22
14.08
1.5 0

$0. 242
. 258
.2 9 9
.2 4 4
.2 4 6
.3 0 0

1

T o t a l ............................

16

.2 5 9

5 1 .6

13.05

.2 5 3

2

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e 2..................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ..................................
S ix ......................................
S ev e n ................................
E i g h t ................................
N i n e ..................................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n ..............................
T w e lv e .............................
T h irte e n .........................
F o u r te e n 2......................
F ift e e n 2...........................
S ix te e n ............................

1
2
3
3
2
1
1
5
3
2
2
2
3
2
6
1

.30 0
.280
.27 0
.25 5
.25 0
.25 0
.26 0
.31 7
.300
.268
.270
.331
.200
.363
.268
.325

104.5
5 4 .0
5 4 .3
42.3
6 0 .0
5 3 .5
5 4 .0
5 2 .4
49 .7
7 4 .0
62 .0
48.5
47 .5
113.8
132.3
4 0 .0

30 .70
14.94
14.60
10.94
15.72
13.37
14.04
18.13
14.36
19.38
16.74
16.45
12.13
40; 43
36 .03
12.55

.294
.27 7
.26 9
.25 8
.26 2
.25 0
.26 0
.34 6
.289
.262
.27 0
.3 3 9
.25 5
.35 5
.27 2
.314

T o ta l............. ...............

8
9
10
11
12
13

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e ..................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F i v e ...................................
S i x .....................................

30

.30 4

H 1
R.

16 00

1

D ivision N o. 2.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

"

.28 7

1

1

i T o ta l for 11 estab lish m en ts w ith w ee k ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 1 esta b lish m en t w ith b iw ee k ly p a y roll n ot
in clu ded.




151

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
BUTCHERS, GENERAL: MALES—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
40
57*
27*
30
52*
35
37*
55
25
50
45
60
ana
and and and and and eukI and S
and
and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
37*
40
42*
52*
35
45
47*
50
57* „ 60
30
27*
55
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents over.

I

1

6

2

1
1
1

2

2

1

i

3

Lino
No.

1
1

1

1

1

I

7

2

3

3

5

7

3

5

3

5

1

1
1

2
1

2

1
1

TQNGUERS: MALES.

1
4

1
1

2
4
11

1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
3

1
1

2
2
1

2

1

1

1

1
2
3

1

1
1
1

3

1

3
1

13
2

8

5

1

2

The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




2
3
4
5
6
7

152
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
A .—

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
TONGTTERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
Four............................
F ive1..........................
S ix 1.............................
Seven1........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................

2
1
2
3
3
1
1
1
1

SO 263
.
.300
.338
.310
.302
.285
.320
.290
.300

46.0
45.5
44.5
40.3
111.3
121.5
85.5
35.0
59.0

$12.10
13.65
15.55
12.43
33.50
34.62
38.12
11.60
17.70

$0.263
.300
.349
.308
.301
.285
.447
.331
.300

Total........................

10

.302

44.2

13.55

.307

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................

2
1
4
6
1

.245
.250
.271
.337
.175

46.0
57.0
48.3
52.9
59.5

11.32
14.25
13.13
17.48
10.40

.246
.250
.272
.330
.175

1
I
21 : : : : : : : : :

Total........................

Line
No.

14

.287

51.4

14.62

.285

21

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22J
20
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
22J
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 8.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Division No. 4.
10
11
12
13
14

1

1

1

i
I

Division No. 5.
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1

.275
.250
.190
.325
.350
.325
.338
.333
.325
.325
.400

46.0
76.5
35.0
45.0
33.8
55.5
40.0
57.5
55.5
31.0
34.0

12.65
19.10
6.65
14.63
11.92
18.02
13.38
19.17
18.04
.12.18
13.60

.275
.250
.190
.325
.353
.325
.335
.333
.325
.393
.400

Total........................

13

.317

44.9

14.20

.316

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................

1
1

.220
.267

35.5
39.5

13.20
16.00

.372
.405

1

Total........................

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T en..............................
Eleven........................

2

.244

37.5

14.60

.389

1

i
!

21

1
........... !............

}
i
!

21

Division No. 6.
26
27

Division No. 7.

1

1
1
1
1
1

.300
.300
.200
.325
.325

60.5
48.5
75.5
52.0
260.0

Total........................

3

.308

53.3

Grand tota l4.........

28
29
30
31
32

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three1........................
F ou r.*........................
F iv e 3..........................

88

.294

51.0

18.15
14.55
15.10
16.90
84.50
'

.300
.300
.200
.325
.325

16.53

.308 ........... I............ I............
1
1

14.72

.289

.. ___ 1 . . . ..
1
1
52

1

1

2 1

3

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2A t 17J and under 20 cents.

3The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




153

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H OU RS W O R K E D AN D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D IV IS IO N S A N D E STAB LISH M EN T S— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
TONGUERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
Line

274
324
30
35
524
50
25
40
45
55
374
574
60
42^
47|
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
30
27|
35
50
524
60
40
45
55
324
374
424
574
474
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents cents. cents. over.

1

1
1
1
3
1

1

No.

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
1

1
1
1

8
9

1
1

2

6

1

1
1
3
1

1
1
.........

1

3

5

2

1

3

i

10
11
12
13
14

1

1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1

7

1

1

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

1

1
1

1

26
27

1
1

1
1
1
1

---------2
32

28
29
30
31
32

14

1

15

10

.

!
2 i
I

7

1
r "

i
1
l.........

4Total for 46 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with m onthly pay roll not included.
*See notes to details.




154

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T abus A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D E P A R T M E N T— Continued.
LABORERS: HALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

25
26
1
7
60
21

$0.226
.235
.250
.270
.225
.235

46.6
46.5
47.0
60.3
53.1
52.2

$10.58
10.90
11.75
16.31
11.97
12.27

$0,227
.235
.250
.270
.225
.235

3

Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e............................
S i x . . . . . .......................
T otaL ......................

140

.231

50.9

11.78

.232

3

112

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
T hree..........................
Four............................
F iv e 2..........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................
Twelve........................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen2...................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen2................
Eighteen.....................

19
9
16
30
4
1
2
19
33
4
17
23
9
40
30
18
38
13

.238
.228
.228
.212
.250
.175
.220
.223
.246
.236
.238
.251
.251
.246
.251
.252
.249
.239

44.2
51.0
58.1
46.9
63.4
43.5
55.8
43.7
47.6
50.1’
36.3
44.8
57.9
100.7
56.8
50.4
56.2
53.9

10.57
11.66
13.24
9.96
15.84
7.61
12.27
9.73
11.72
12.02
8. 64
11.40
14.59
24.88
14.20
12.84
14.20
12.98

.239
.229
.228
.212
.250
.175
.220
.223
.246
.240
.238
.254
.252
.246
.250
.255
.249
.240

25

16
8
16
4

Total........................

243

.238

48.8

11.67

.239

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four 5........................
F iv e 2..........................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t2........................
N in e............................
T en..............................

3
1
24
10
14
2
3
7
3
1

.240
.225
.262
.250
.252
.275
.275
.265
.225
.250

49.3
63.5
43.6
70.7
76.8
25.5
37.8
100.7
46.3
55.0

11.83
14.25
11.84
17.86
19.43
7.02
10.09
28.42
10.64
13. 75

.240
.224
.272
.253
.253
.275
.267
.282
.230
.250

Total........................

37

.258

43.7

11.46

.262

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F ive.............................

23
27
61
36
12

.199
.203
.237
.236
.171

47.3
39.1
51.1
49.9
52.8

9.41
7.97
12.10
11.81
9.08

.199
.204
.237
.237
.172

Total........................

159

.221

48.4

10.72

.222

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
22*
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................

21
16
60
15

Division No. 2.

11
i 1
14

2
3

12
31
4
14
1
1

12
1
1
3
34

113

1

36

1
7

3
1
4

Division No. S.

1
ii
1

1

2

9

i 1
4 11

20
26
2
1
1

50
26

3 15

50

76

Division No. 4.
13

>At 171 and under 20 cents.
* The figures lor this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




155

GENEEAL, TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
LABORERS: MALES.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

30
32*
52*
37*
40
50
27*
35
42i
45
25
55
and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
un der under under under under under under under under under under under under
32*
37*
52*
40 • 42*
35
27*
45
47*
55
30
50
57*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
10
1
3

4

5

1

20

5

_______ 1________■

3
1
4

2
3
22
9
37
30
17
36
2

1

89

1

6
10
12

9

1

1
1
1
9

4
1

2
1
3

2

12

5

1

1

7
8

2

16

2

1

|

............. 1...............1..............
............. i ...............I ..............
1
|
i




i

..........i.......... i..........
3See notes to details.
43 at 15 and under 17* cents; ; at 17* and under 20 cents.

57*
60
and
under cents
and
60
cents. over.

156

SLA U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
LA BO RE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0,280
.300
.267
.253
.211
.244
.248
.225
.255

38.9
76.0
48.4
45.1
39.8
52.5
53.4
58.0
43.5

$10.89
22.80
12.95
11. 40
a 35
12.68
13.26
13.05
11.23

$0,280
.300
.264
.260
.210
.240
.253
.225
.254

.237

44.6

10.66

.239

.223
.221
.224
.231
.170

56.0
33.9
31.0
41.8
59.6

12.80
11.65
13.41
13.90
10.13

40.9

12.55

.307

.200
.200
.250
.220
.247
.254
.271

67.6
55.5
50.0
44.4
55.0
49.2
73.0

13.51
11.10
12. 50
9. 77
13.61
12.45
19. 75

.200
.200
.250
.220
.247
.253
.271

.240

N um ­
ber of
employ-

50.0

12.06

47.8

11.41

.238

133

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
Under and
20
under
22*
cents.
cents.

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One.................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................
F iv e...................
S ix ......................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
N in e...................
T ota l..............

97

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
- Three.................
F our...................
F iv e ...................
T ota l..............

.343
.432
.170

<6

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One &
..................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................
F iv e ...................
S ix .....................
Seven.................
T ota l..............
Grand t o ta l6.

740

T R U C K E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
22
23
24
25
26
27

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................

8
1
1
2
2
2

$0,229
.265
.250
.263
.250
.250

46.0
42.5
64.0
71.0
40.0
62.5

$10.54
11.26
16.00
18.63
10.00
15. 44

$0.229
.265
.250
.262
.250
.247

1

6

T ota l.......................

16

.242

51.3

12.48

.243

1

6

1 2 at 12* and under 15 cents; 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.
2 A t 17* and under 20 cents.
8 See notes to details.
* 2 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.




157

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
LABOB.ERS! MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who receive ’ each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
32*
30
25
37*
40
42*
52*
57*
35
45
50
55
60
47J
and
and
and ana and and and and and and and and and ana
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
30
35
37*
40
50
52*
47*
45
55
57*
60
27*
42*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

2
2
5
1
4
3

7
2

1
1

......... i..........
......... |
..........
......... i..........
i

5

6

5

1

21

21

3

1
1
1
1

1
2

4

3

1
1

I

i
i

1
2
6
1

10
11
12
13
14

!
1
1
i
......... I ........

1

10

1

169

45

16
15
17
18
19
20
21

j
1

8
T R U C K E R S : M A LE S.
!

1
1
1
1
2
2
8

J

i
i

"

1
1

!
i.........
i

i
......... |
..........

22
23
24
25
26
27

......... |
..........

&The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
6 Total for 53 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.




158
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-BACKING INDUSTRY.
A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
T R U C K E R S: MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0.240
.225
.230
.210
.250
.268
.250
.256
.275
.276

37.5
48.0
66.0
42.0
119.5
44.5
55.5
123.9
44.5
63.0

$9.04
10.80
15.15
8.82
29.87
11.73
13.87
31.66
12.25
17.39

$0.241
.225
.230
.210
.250
.263
.250
.256
.275
.276

.244

44.0

10.73

.244

Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o 1.................
T h ree1...............
F our...................
F iv e .......... .

.240
.250
.254
.275
. 250

41.2
133.5
72.8
38.5
30.0

10.48
33.37
18.86
10.59
7.50

.255
.250
.259
.275
.250

T otal..............

.249

38.4

9.91

.258

.206
.206
.315
.243
.175

49.4
42.6
71.0
55.5
60.0

10.24
8.80
21.41
13.46
10.50

.207
.207
.302
.242
.175

21

.215

48.4

1&53

.217

21

.300
.300
.250
.199
.239
.275

46.8
59.0
65.0
34.9
53.5
25.5

14.03
17.70
16.25
7.03
12.75
7.01

.300
.300
.250
.201
.238
.275

44.8

10.55

25.7
31.0
35.9
49.3

9.97
12.75
10.63
8.62

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy*

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22£
earnings.
20
week.
ana
Under and
20
under under
25
cents.
m
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One.................... .
T w o ................
Three..................
F our...................
F iv e 1.................
S ix .....................
Seven.................
E ig h t1...............
N in e...................
T en....................
T ota l..............

Division No. 3.

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
F iv e ........ .........
T ota l..............

17

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................
F iv e ...................
S ix .....................
T otal..............

19

S3

Division No. <
?.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
T hree.................
Four...................

.210
.213
.215
.175

.387
.411
.296
.175

42 I
23 I
.331
32.6
10.77
.210
25
Total.
1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 17J and under 20 cents.




159

GENERAL TABU iS.

OF HOURS W O R K E D AN D A V E R A G E EA RN IN GS P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D IV ISIO N S AN D E S TAB LISH M EN TS— Continued.
CATTLE-KILLING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
TRUCKERS: MALES—Continued.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

30
32*
40
25
50
35
m
42*
45
55
57*
47*
52*
60
and
and and and ana and and and and and and and and
a
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27|
SO
35
37*
40
55
60
52*
32*
50
42*
45
57*
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

•
1

1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1

i

1

3

1
1
1

2

4

[

11
12
13
14
15

1
5

i
1

1
......... I..........

1

......... 1
..........

16
17
18
19
20

1
1
1
2

|

1

9
1
1
1
4
1
5

1

2 .........

i
1
1
1
i
8 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.
4 A t 17* and under 20 cents.




1
1
I
1

•i

1
!
!

21
22
23
24
25
26

27
28
29
30
1

160

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR. AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Concluded.
T R U C K E R S : M A LE S—Concluded.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O n e 1...........................
T w o ............................
Three........................

2
1
1

$0,200
.200
.247

54.0
54.0
66.0

$10.80
10.80
16.33

$0,200
.200
.247

2
1

T otal.......................

2

.224

60.0

13. 57

.226

3

1

Grand tota l2..........

Line
No.

105

.228

43.3

10.96

.253

40

31

Di-vision and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22£
20
Under and
and
20
under under
22£
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No, 7.
1
2
3

1

36

C A R C A S S W IP E R S , B R U IS E A N D T A I L T R IM M E R S , A N D N E C K -R A G IN S E R T E R S :
FEM ALES.

Division No. 2.
9
2

$0,150
.140

58.8
42.5

$8.82
5.95

$0.150
.140

<9
62

Total.......................

4
5

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ..........................

11

.148

55.8

8.30

.149

3 11

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................

5

.175

41.4

7.24

.175

Grand total............

6

16

.157

51.3

7.97

.155

5

62

9

5

HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT.
L A B O R E R S (D R IV E R S , PE N N E R S, S T E A M E R S , S IN G E R S, W A S H E R S , A N D A IT C H -B O N E
B R E A K E R S ): M A LE S.

Division No. 1.

•

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 4...........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................

28
23
44
4
322
25
10
8

$0,221
.229
.260
.254
.225
.267
.268
.243

50.5
48.1
50.2
28.8
52.0
44.9
50.7
59.3

$11.33
11.98
13.12
7.01
11.75
12.10
13.57
14.69

$0,224
.249
.261
.244
.226
.269
.268
.248

T otal........................

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

464

.232

51.1

11.94

.234

3
19
1
*3i5*

41

.....
41

29

343

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 Total for 34 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

161

OF HOURS W O RK ED AND AV ER A G E EARN IN GS P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D IVISIO N S AND ESTABLISHM ENTS— Continued.

CATTLE-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Concluded.
TRUCKERS: M
ALES—
Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
50
37*
42*
55
57*
40
45
52*
27*
30
35
25
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
50
57*
42*
52*
60
32*
37*
40
45
30
47*
55
35
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

1
2
3

18

7

3

LABORERS (CARCASS WIPERS, BRUISE AND TAIL TRIM ERS, AND NECK-RAG IN­
M
SERTERS): FEM
ALES.

4
5

6

HOG-BILLING DEPARTMENT.
LABORERS (DRIVERS, PENNERS, STEAMERS, SINGERS, WASHERS, AND AITCH-BONE
BREAKERS): M
ALES.

3
26
2
5
12
3
2
53

16
12
3
31

1
1

i

3
1
7

1
« See note to details.
* A t 15 and under 17* cents.
6 A t 12* and under 15 cents.

95121°— 19— Bull. 252------- 11




SL A U G H T E R IN G A N © M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

m
LBI e

A*—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY BATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Gontinued.

IBC IRERS (DRIVERS, PENNERS, STEAMERS, SINGERS, WASHERS, AND AITCH-BONE

•

BREAKERS): MALES—Continued.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
pear
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o 1...................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................
S ix ....... ................
Seven...................
E ight........; .........
N ine.....................
T en ......................
E leven.................
Tw elve................
T hirteen.............
Fourteen.............
Fifteen.................
Sixteen................
Seventeen...........
Eighteen.............
Nineteen1............
Tw enty1..............

10
59
68
16
8
48
3
30
14
24
23
26
22
15
6
15
62
28
88
54

$0,233
.247
.224
.227
.241
.214
.240
.244
.235
.235
.257
.237
.236
.252
.234
.254
.244
.251
.242
.247

47.6
-69.8
43.0
50.4
51.8
43.4
61.8
46.6
30.9
42.0
32.4
45.0
36.4
55.9
42.1
35.6
47.3
42.1
99.4
61-7

$11.17
18.00
9.45
11.45
12.64
9.30
14.71
11.36
7.26
9.94
8.42
10.70
9.08
14.11
10.03
9.22
11.61
10.68
24.73
15.64

$0,235
.258
.220
.227
.244
.215
.238
.244
.235
.236
.258
.238
,249
.252
,240
.259
.245
.254
.249
.253

Total................

418

.236.

43.5

10.31

.237

Establishment N o,:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three1.................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................
S ix........................
S e v e n s ...............
E ig h t1.................
N ine.....................
T en......................
Eleven.................
Twelve1...............
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............

22
4
4
16
19
18
22
26
7
11
11
17
17
20

.245
.225
.229
.243
.257
.273
.248
.248
.242
.239
.259
.265
.225
.211

48.0
46.6
114.6
51.9
51.8
61.6
$7.6
90.0
50.5
41.0
39.3
95.6
51.9
37.3

11.78
10.48
29.95
12.82
13.52
16.82
34.43
22.79
12.16
0.£2
10.44
26.83
11.88
77.7

.245
.225
.261
.247
.261
.273
.250
.253
.241
.235 =
.266
.281
.229
.209

T ota l................

145

.243

48.5

11.92

.246

16
11
4
19
28

.190
.202
.235
.234
.190

34.9
27.5
46.4
43.7
47.3

6.70
5.31
11.41
10.18
9.15

.192
89
.211
.246 '
.233
9 10
.193

1
13

78

.205

41.0

8.54

.208

31

ine
fo.

D ivision and establish­
m ent num ber.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Average Average
earnings hourly ,
per
20
earnings.
22*
week.
Under and
and
20
urnfer under
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.

*1
*1

8
11

i

m

44
1
1

'

15
3
1
1
28
14
24
25
21
1
5

31
2

56

31,
32

5

2

4

*2

49

268

B1
21

1
1
1

4
4
2
5
1

Division No. 3.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

3

1
1

21

3
3
1
2
3

75

6

1
1
10
6

* 10

15

34

32
62

Division No. 4.
35
36
37
38
39

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................
Total..

419 1

710 .
•

1 :
4!
18 i
4

27

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are mot iucluded ia the total.
15 and under 17* cents.
17* and under 20 cents.
5 notes to details.




GENERAL TABLES.

P HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVEE
Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.

E

H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
lBORERS (D RIVER S, PENN ER S, STEAM ERS, SINGERS, W A S H E R S, A N D A IT C H -;
B R E A K E R S ): M ALES — C on tin u ed .

rE

N u m b e r w h o re ce iv e d each classified rate o f w ages per hou r.

19

32*
42*
50
52i
30
40
57*
25
27*
45
55
35
371
60
and
and
and
an d
and
an d
a n d - an d
an d
and
an d
an d
an d
ana
cen ts
u n d er u n d er un d er under under under u nd er under un d er u nd er u nd er under u nder u nd er
and
35
40
42*
50
52*
32*
37*
57*
60
27*
30
45
47*
55
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
41

6

1
5
3

2
0
1
13
14
4
27
78
48
90

1
1
3

1
1

1
l
.......... !...........
1
..........
..
. . I ..........
t
.......... I
l
.......... !........... !...........
1
1
i
I
I
!
......... !
.. . J

1

1
8

1
1

18

1
5
6

3
13
25
4
3
4
3

1

:

3
4
5

1

1
1

6

.......... 1...........

7

8

.......... 1 '
•
.......... 1...........
. . I ........

9

10
11
12

1
1

13
14
15
18
17
18
19

_____ _______

i

1
..........
i
1
1

1
1

i
|

i

20

|

1

21
22

.......... I..

1
8
14

1
1
i

i
i
!
|

!
4
4
3

1

32

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

I
i

i

3

2
1
1
1

1
6

|

!
!
:
!

7

I
.

!

1

3
47

1
2

1

i

j

I

. I ....

1

35
36
37
38
39

; ...................

.

1
1

I
I
l
i

_____
1

1 .

t

i

l

l

f
l

6 A t 12* a n d u n d e r 15 cents.
• 1 a t 15 an d u n d e r 17* cants; a n d 1 at 17* a n d u n d e r 20 cents.
7 2 at 15 a n d u n d e r 17* cents; 1 at 17* a n a un d er 20 cents.
8 1 at 15 a n d u n d e r 17* ce n ts a n d 8 at 17* a n d u n d e r 20 cents.
» 3 a t 12* a n d u n d e r 15 eents; 1 at 15 a n a un d er 17* ce n ts ; 6 at 17* a n d u n d er 20 ce n ts.




).

1

164

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
L A B O R E R S (D R IV E R S , P E N N E R S , S T E A M E R S , S IN G E R S, W A S H E R S , A N D A IT C H -B O N E
B R E A K E R S ): M A LE S— Concluded.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

E stablishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
Ninfi........... ...............
T en ..............................
E leven........................

7
6
28
9
6
91
6
15
4
15
26

$0,282
.288
.267
.294
.254
.216
.247
.230
.254
.262
.250

49.3
38.7
38.8
47.7
55.7
39.4
53.6
55.8
59.0
50.4
53.7

$13.96
11.11
10.33
14.12
14.16
8.60
13.23
12.92
15.02
13.50
13.47

Total.......................

213

.241

44.9

10.96

.244

Establishment N o.:
O n e ............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................

12
10
15
1

.266
.282
.251
.270

47.8
51.9
54.9
63.0

12.65
14.84
13.81
17.01

.265
.286
.252
.270

3

Total........................

Line
N o.

38

.264

52.1

13.80

.265

3

9
15
10
7
6
8
8

.258
.233
.178
.275
.250
.221
.252

46.3
48.8
54.5
42.4
32.3
50.7
189.4

12.03
11.49
9.82
11.65
8.09
11.28
56.83

.260
.235
.180
.275
.250
.223
.300

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22i
earnings.
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22\
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

$0.283
______
.287 ______ 1
.266
.296
.254
.218
56
13
.246
1
.232
22
.255
1
.268
.251
35

58

31
2
5
4
4
46

Division No. 6.
12
13
14
15

Division No. 7.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three 6 .......................
Four............................
F ive ............................
S ix...............................
S even6 .......................

43
19

1

21

5
1

2

3

Total.......................

45

.245

45.5

11.13

.245

33

5

5

Grand tota l7 .............

1,401

.236

46.9

11.14

.238

3 40

187

726

S H A C K L E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................

6
2
2
9
2
2
4

Total........................

27

* A t 17£ and under 20 cents.
* A t 15 and under 17£ cents.




$0,315
.315
.350
.292
.350
.375
.315

39.6
54.0
59.1
57.5
43.5
55.5
58.0

$10.77
17.03
20.64
16.64
14.79
20.80
17.77

$0,272
.315
.350
.289
.340
.375
.306

3

.317

52.3

16.00

.306

3

a See notes to details.
* 1 at 15 and under 17£ cents; 2 at 17J and under 20 cents.

165

GENEEAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HOG-K3LLING

D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

L A B O R E R S (D R IV E R S , P E N N E R S , S T E A M E R S , S IN G E R S, W A S H E R S , A N D A I T C H -B O N E
B R E A K E R S ): M A LE S —Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
25
27*
30
42*
52*
57*
37*
50
55
35
40
45
60
47|
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
30
32*
27*
35
40
52*
42*
57*
60
50
37*
45
47*
55
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

10
5
1
4
5
4
3
21

5
4
17
3
1

2
1
1
5

1
1
1

2
4
1

1

.1

53

37

10

3

6
8
2

1

18

16

1

7
9

1

/

1

1

G
1
10
1

1
1
......... L.

1

1
1

1
1
|
i

_____ 1 .

7
6
3

3
22

8

2

284

132

28

3

|
1

1

S H A C K L E R S : M A LE S.

6
2
2
6
1

1
2

4
18

1

2

3

s The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
6 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
7 Total for 60 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 8 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
and 1 establishment w ith m onthly pay roll not included.




166

SLAUGHTERING AN D M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
S H A C K L E H S : H A L E S — Continued.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment No/.
One..............................
T w o i ..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ijie............................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen1...............
E ighteen1..................
Nineteen....................
T w en ty -.....................

2
2
1
1
3
1
1
5
3
2
3
3
3
1
2
3
4
4
4
3

SO-275
.300
.260
.300
.267
.290
.275
.310
.288
.335
.340
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315
.315
.314
.315
.333

53.5
97.0
54.5
56.0
59.4
31.5
65.5
29.0
36.8
47.8
41.3
44.0
41.7
38.0
46.0
52.0
109.9
86.5
33.5
35.3

$14.44
29.10
13.64
16.80
15.83
9.13
18.01
8.63
10.80
14.23
13.63
13.86
11.35
11.15
13.28
16.48
34.62
27.16
10.40
11.31

T otal.......................

41

.308

42.7

12.61

.295

3
2
2
2
2
1
3
1
1
3
1
2

.275
.238
.300
.300
.350
.375
.292
.267
.275
.312
.350
.300
.275

46*3
55.8
47.3
55.0
64.0
110.0
82.7
69.0
65.0
53.0
117.0
74.3
40.3

12.73
13.28
14.29
16.50
22.40
45.00
24.65
18.40
17.88
16.74
41.09
20.56
11.08

.271
.238
.302
.300
.350
.409
.298
.281
.275
.316
.351
.277
.275

20

.292

54.2

15.85

.293

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................

3
I
2
1
I

.315
.290
.315
.315
.250

47.5
32.5
44.5
35.0
31.0

13.49
8.44
13.25
11.71
7.75

.284
.260
.298
.335
.250

T o ta l.......................

Line
N o.

8

.304

11.98

. 290 . . .

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22J
20
earnings.
week.
and
U nder and
20
under under
cents. . 224
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

$0,270
1.300
.250 ........... !............
1
.300
.267
.290
.275
.298
.293
.298
.330
.315
.272
.293
.288
.317
.315
.304
.310
.320

1

1

Division No. S.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 1............................
S even1........................
E ight............... ' ........
N ine............................
T e n -............................
E lev en 1.....................
T w elve...................
Thirteen....................
Total.......................

4

1

1

Division No. 4.
34
35
36
37
38

..

I

. J ..

\

.

_

* Th e figures for this establish!nent cov er a biweekly pay-ro11 period and are n ot included in the total.




G EN ERAL TABLES.

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVER
2Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.

Fj

HOG-KELLING D EPARTM EN T —Continued.
SHA C K LE R S! MALES—Continued.,

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
50
52*
47|
m
40 ?
25 i 27* j 30
m
55 • m ■ 60
35
and j aim : and a im and ana.. and ; 2 L
and i and and and and ana
under, under under under under under under u n t o under under under under under under cents
and
42*
52*
57*
60
37*
40
35
50
55
45 : 47*
m j 3© ; 32|
cen ts.; cen ts.! cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cenis. cents. cents. cents. cents. over..

1

1

_____!_____

2
1
•
1
1

2
1
1
1

4
2
2
3
3
8
1
2

S
4
4
4

2

25

3

1

*

1
5

2

i
2
1

3
1
1
1

1
1

2!
2i

1
2,
3

7 i

4 =

3
1;
2
1
1
1

1 •

6




1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1

3.
1!

10
).

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

*;

34
35
36
37
38

168

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
SHACKLERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
2
1
3
2
2
6
2

55.0
48.2
45.0
54.1
41.0
55.8
53.9
35.6
53.5
62.5
63.5
55.8
59.2

$18.04
17.90
15.75
* 15.85
13.83
16.73
14.40
8.91
18.75
18.75
19.05
17.29
16.90

$0,328
.371
.350
.293
.337
.300
.267
.250
.350
.300
.300
.310
.285

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
20
22|
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22i
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
1
2
3

Establishment No.:

9
10
11
12
13

Thirteen.....................

2
2
2

T o t a l ......................

4
5
5
7
g

$0,325
.375
.350
.291
.338
.300
.270
.250
.350
.300
.300
,312
.283

28

.302

52.7

15.87

.301

.281

Four............................

E ig h t..........................

1
1

. . 1
........... 1

.......... r : ; ; ; ; ;
........... i............
i
2

2

Division No. 6.
Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
Four............................

4
2

.296
.291
.300

56.5
57.5
54.0
67.5

15.89
17.01
15.64
20.25

.281
.296
.290
.300

10

.292

57.9

16.89

.292

1
2
1
1
1
2
1

.300
.288
.200
.325
.275
.265
.350

1 8 .5

45.0
96.5
43.0
40 r5
33.8
250.0

5.55
13.03
19.30
13.95
11.15
10.49
87.50

.300
.289
.200
.325
.275
.311
.350

T otal........................

7

•286

37.1

11.10

.299

i

Grand total3.........

14
15
16
17

141

.304

48.9

14.56

.298

i

T otal....... ...............

2
2

Division No. 7.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Establishment No.:
One. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
T w o ............................
Three1. . . . . . . ............
F our............................
F iv e ........ ...................
Six...............................
Seven2. ............. .

i
i

7

STICKERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
S even.........................
E ig h t..........................
T otal.......................

1
1
1

$0,395
.395
.350
.350
.378
.375
.450
.395

49.5
59.5
61.8
55.0
58.1
49.5
45.5
54.0

$17.35
22.61
21.60
19.25
21.91
18.07
23.60
21.33

$0,351
.38J
.350
.350
.377
.365
.519
.395

13

.383

55.6

21.17

.381

1

1
1

1 The figures for this establishm ent cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 The figures lor this establi shm ent cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




169

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -KILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SH ACKLERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
32*
25
37*
30
52*
42*
35
50
40
45
57*
47*
55
60
and
ana
and ana and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
37*
30
32*
35
40
42*
52*
27*
50
55
57*
60
45
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

2
1
1
1

1
1
l
1
1
I

2
1

4

1

1

2

2
1
1
2
1
1

1
3

9

2
1
3
6

4

3

1

4

1

i
1

1

5

1

1
1

2

____ 1
_____

1
1
1
1

11

2

27

67

13 |

11

4
5
a

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

3

14
15

16
17

18
19
20
21
22
23
24

......... 1
..........

2

1
2
3

1

I
1
l
I

2

Line
N o.

i
i
1

1
S T IC K E R S : M A LE S.

1
1
1
1
1

5
1
1
1

1

2

9

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

1

3Total for 61 establishments with weekly pay roll only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




170

SLAUGHTERING AN D M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
STICKERS: MALES—Continued.

l i n e ' Division and establish­
m ent num ber.
N o. i

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average Average
rate of
hours
wages 1 worked
per
per
!
hour- I week.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
20
22i
earnings.
week.
ana
U nder and
under under
20
22§
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
a
7
8
9
10
11 .
12;
13 :
14
15 :
16
17
18 '
19

Establishment No.:

E igh t.....................
N ine............................
T e n .............................
E leven__ ___________
Tw elve................ .
"Thirteen.....................
F o u r t e e n ......__ ___
Fifteen........................
Sixteen1.....................
Seventeen1.................
Eighteen.....................
Nineteen....................
Total......................-

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

$0,395 I
.375 :
.350 i
.400
.350
.325
.350 j
.420 :
.410 •
.420;
.420 ?
.420
.358 !
.420 :
.342 i
.333 i
.333 !
.333 !
.420 :

52.0
90.0
56.0
39.5
54.5
65.5
m o
50.0
48.0
55.5
50.0
45.0
50.5
40.0
47.5
120.0
107.0
58.5
56.5

$20.54
33.75
19,60
15.80
19.10 !
21.28
21.00
21.00
18.10 j
23.31
21.00
18.90
19.70
15.00
20.50
40.00
40.00
20.00
23.73

17

.383 ;

51.7

19.90 ;

.385

.350
. 350 1
.375 1
.375!

60.0
60.0
25.5
58.5

.367 ;
.367 i
.275

110.0
117.5
60.0
43.8
63.5
105.5
44.0
53.0

21.00
21.00
9.56
21.95
17.64
40.00
40.00 1
16.50
17.50
25.40
38.77
14.52
17.90

.350
.350
.375
.375
.420
.367
.367
.275
.292
.400
.367
.330
.338

$0,395
.375
.350 '
.400 1
.350 '
.325
.350 '
.420
.377
.420
.420
.420
.390
.375
.432
.333
.374
.342
.420

Division No. 3.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ...... ......................
S ix 1.............................
S even1........................
E ight..........................
N ine........* .................
T e n . ........................
Eleven 1. . ..................
T w e lv e .......................
Thirteen.....................

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

T otal.......................

20
1 21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

10

.4201
.VS2

.400
.367
.330
.338

.
i
;
j

42.0

.351

52.0

18.30

4
j

.352

Division Nq. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One................. ...........
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................

1
2
1
2
1

.420
.395 !
.350
.300
.250 1

45.5
36.8
45.0
45.3
48.0

19.11
13.19
15.00
14.78
12.00

.420
.359
.333
.327
.250

Total........................

33
34
35
36
37

7

.344 \

43. 2

14.58

.337

1

'

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




m

GEN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
ST IC K E R S: MALES—Continued.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52i
57%
42|
45
30
50
55
25
324
35
37£
4b
27|
60
47|
and
ana
and and and ana and and and ana and and and anql cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57i
60
40
30
32*
55
42£
45
35
37i
52*
47i
50
27*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. ^
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1

!

1
........... 1
........
■
..........r
*
t
I
■ **■ i.........
:.....................
1
......... 1
..........
. . . . 1 ........
......... i..........

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1

1
i
t

; ..........I.........
1
..........1
..........
|
]
J..........
1

]

1
1
11
1

!
!
3

3

1

j
1
I
1
......... i.......... 1
..........
|
1
......... U . . . J ..........
1
1
............

i

!

9

Lina
N o.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

'
1
1

j .........

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

......... I...........
1

1

1
i

1
1

2 t

2

2

2

|

2

1
2

i
•

1
2

1
1

I
i
... J ....

1

2




I
1

1 i

|
2 •

%

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

..........1
.......... 1
..........

33
34
35
36
37

172

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W AG ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N UM BER

E A R N IN G S PER H O U R , A N D CLASSIFIE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
STICK ER S: MALES—Concluded.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
1

1
1

$0,350
.425
.388
.325
.400
.300
.380
.265
.417
.333
.300
.375
.325

55.0
17.0
27.2
50.0
28.5
60.5
60.0
46.8
60.0
57.5
71.0
60.0
60.0

$19.43
7.23
10.78
16.25
11.40
18.15
22.80
12.38
25.00
19.17
21.32
22.50
19.50

$0.354
.425
.392
.325
.400
.300
.380
.265
.417
.333
.300
.375
.325

15

.351

50.1

17.20

.343

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................

2
2
3
1

.296
.320
.315
.300

55.3
57.0
55.7
63.0

16.36
18.23
17.70
18. 90

.296
.320
.318
.300

Total................

8

.310

56.8

17.65

.311

1
1
1
1
2
1
1

.350
.350
.225
.350
.275
.303
.350

51.0
44.5
105.5
47.0
49.0
53.0
265.0

17.85
15.58
23.75
16.45
13.53
16.04
92.75

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

.350
.350
.225
.350
.276
.303
.350

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
22*
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. S.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................
F it e .....................
S ix .......................
Seven...................
E ight...................
N ine....................
Ten......................
Eleven.................
T w elve...............
Thirteen.............
Total................

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Division No. 6.

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three1.................
F ou r....................
F iv e .....................
S ix.......................
Seven *.................
T otal..................

6

.317

48.9

15.50

.317

Grand to ta l3. . .

76

.356

51.7

18.30

1

.354

6CALDERS, TUBMEN, DROPPERS,

GAMB CUTTERS, POLEMEN, AND DUCKERS: MALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our.....................
F iv e.....................
S ix ,......................
Seven...................
Total..

•
6
6
4
13
3
5
5

$0,266
.288
.313
.314
.325
.350
.308

53.3
55.9
63.1
66.9
49.3
44.8
56.4

$13.63
16.40
19.92
20.00
15.59
15.65
17.07

42

.308

57.9

17.39

$0,255
.293
.316
.299
.316
.349
.303
.300 ...........

3

3

------ J

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total:
2 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the tota l.




173

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
STICK ERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
30
40
27*
35
37*
25
45
50
52*
55
57*
60
42i
47|
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
42*
35
40
27*
30
45
37*
50
52*
47*
55
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

1
1

1

1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1

10
11
12
13

1
1
1

1

1

4

1

1
1

1

2

1

3

3

1

14
15
16
17

i
1

3

3

1

l

l
l
l

2
1
2
2

1

9

8

-

l

18
19
20
21
22
23
24

3
10

13

17

15

1

1

SCALDERS, TUBMEN, DROPPERS, GAMB CUTTERS, POLEMEN, AND DUCKERS: MALES

.
1
3

1
2
9

1
1
3
1
1
1
6

2

1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1

1

2

4

6

1

4
4

16

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

* Total for 61 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay. roils
and 1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




174

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . —AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN C D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.

SCALDERS, TUBMEN, DROPPERS, GAMB CUTTERS, POLEMEN, AND^DUCKERS: MALES—

Continued.

D ivision and establish­
m en t num ber.

N um ­
ber of
Em­
p loy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
t o u rs
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o 1...................
Three...................
F our.....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E igh t...................
N ine.....................
T en.......................
Eleven.................
Tw elve................
Thirteen..............
Fourteen.............
Fifteen.................
Sixteen................
Seventeen 1........
Eighteen 1..........
Nineteen.............
T w en ty...............
Total................

$0,302
.300
.262
.290
.261
.271
.275
.313
.313
.300
.319
.309
.282
.316
.334
.280
.316
.262
.294
.332

$16.36
32.56
14.21
16.78
12.55
16.19
17.15
11.52
13.63
13.18
15.91
13.64
9.19
16.99
13.94
15.83
40.87
22.38
17.36
15.84

$0,303
.364
.260
.284
.264
.272
.278
.318
.317
.296
.319
.309
.290
.307
.323
.299
.305
.277
.297
.336

49.1

14.49

.295

51.6
46.0
64.5
55.3

45.4

82

14.89
12.12
20.55
17.93
21.58
29.50
29.04
14.89
16.80
20.80
31.77
14.71
12.88

.203
.319
.324
.339
.267
.281
.254
.303
.332
.326
.261
.283

.293

56.0

16.68

.247
.276
.278
.298
.267

42.6
37.7
42.1
37.0
41.5

9.76
11.06
11.55
11.07
11.22

.229
.294
.274
.299
.270

*1

.271

40.2 I

10J

.270

2 1 ;l

.296

54.
89.
54.
59.
47.
59.
61.
36.
43.
44.
49.
44.
31.
55.
43.
52.
134.
80.
58.
47.

Division No. 8.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e.....................
S ix i......................
Seven i .................
E igh t...................
N ine.....................
T en ......................
Eleven *...............
Tw elve................
Thirteen..............
T otal...............

.200
.317
.325
.343
.276
.1 91
2
.256
.303
.325
.321
.262
61

63.7
110.7
103.2

58.5
55.4
62.7
97.4

56.4

D ivision JVo. 4 .
Establishm ent N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
T hree...........
Four....................

Five....... ...........
Total..
1 The

figures for this establishment cover a'biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in th© total.




175

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOUES WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K IL IIN G D EPAR TM EN T —Continued.
SCALDERS, TUBMEN, DROPPERS, GAME CUT TERS, POLEMEN, AND DTTCXERS: MALES—

Continued.

N um ber who received each classified rate o-f wages per hour.

-

32* ’ 35
52* . <55
37* ? 40 •
'
27*
30
4S «
50
57*
25
60
4?l
and . a n a and and ; and amd and and ■ a n d and and and
and
and
cents
under under under tmder under under under •under under under under under under under and
60
42*
40
52*
55
45
47*
50
35
37*
SO : 32*
57*
27*
over.
cents. scents. cents. rants. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1

2
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
-20

1
1
'

"2
2
"2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3 f
9
2
1
22 !

5
2

1
1
1
2
1

3
1
1
2
3

i
l
l

3
1
1
1

.

2

1
1
1
1
1

1
. 1
1

1
1

1
13

1

19

8

1
2
2

3
1
1

1

3
1

1
1

3
1
3

1
1
3
1
1
1
1

13

7

12

1
3
2

2

1

2

7

4

1

2
1
1
9

1
1
1 1




1
|
i
|

1
1
1
1

1
1

2

1
4
2
2
1
1

1

3

1

4

7

1
1
1

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
81
32
33

1
2
1
1
1
4
3

Line
No.

1

_____
i

!.........

i
1

10

i
!
!
i
!

1

1

34
35
36
37
38

1
1
3 i .

* At 17i and under 20 cents.

|

.........

176

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A __ AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.

SCALDERS, TUBMEN, DROPPERS, GAMB CUTTERS, POLEMEN, AND DUCKERS: MALES—

Concluded.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22\
20
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
22^
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
Establishment No.:
One....................
T w o ...................
T hree.................
Four...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
N in e..................
T en ....................
Eleven...............
Twelve..............
Thirteen-..........
T otal............ .

$14.
21.
14.
18.
15.
15.
10.
13.
15.
15.
19.
18.

$0.319
.376
.339
.315
.319
.264
.260
.280
.285
.293
.301
.366
.265

$0.313
.375
.340
.321
.320
.264
.233
.281
.285
.289
.300
.350
.265
.296

50.9

15.19

.299

.291

56.8
57.9
57.7
58.7

16. 57
16.52
15.65
17.61

.291
.285
.271
.300

57.8

61

44.3
56.2
43.8
57.7
47.3
57.5
43.6
48.8
54.0
51.7
65.3
50.5
35.0

16.38

.284

57.2
56.3
94.5
35.3
37.5
41.5
254.9

16.53
14.21
24.05
12.82
9.35
11.35
87.61

.252
.254
.363
.249
.273
.344

12.99

.283

15.26

.294

Division No. 6.
Establishment No.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F ou r..................

.270
.300

Total..............

Division No. 7.
Establishment No.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three 1...............
F ou r..................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Seven 3...............

.292
.250
.238
.292
.250
.277
.344

Total..............

15

Grand total *.

313

.274
51.9

ai

12

HOOKERS-ON, HOOKERS-OFF, HANGERS-OFF, STRAIGHTENERS, AND FEEDERS,
CHAIN: MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Seven.................

2
6
3
12
1
5
5

$0,335
.268
.300
.278
.350
.330
.323

64.5
44.3
59.6
51.1
50.0
51.3
53.0

$18.49
12.56
17.78
14.11
16.25
16. 81
15.37

$0.287
.284
.298
.276
.325
.328
.290

Total..

34

.298

51.7

15.06

.291

4

4

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the tptal.
2 A t 17£ and under 20 cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




177

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G-E3LLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SCALDERS, TUBMEN, DROPPERS, GAMB CUTTERS, POLEMEN, AND DUCKERS: MALES—

Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

42*
57*
32*
55
50
52*
27*
37*
30
35
40
25
45
47*
60
and and and and and and and and and j and and and cents
and
ana
under under and
under under under under under under under under under under under under
42*
50
52*
55
57*
60 over.
37*
40
32*
27*
45
30
35
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, icents. cents. cents.
1

2

2

1
1

1
3
2

1

1
1
1

2

3

2

4

1
1
1

Line
N o.

2
1
1
.........

1
1

2

1

1
3

1
1
1
1

i
1

1
10

14

7

1
1
6

3
4
2
2

1
1
2
3

1

8

11

7

1

1
1

1
1

10
11
12
13

4

2

6

3

2

2

14
15
16
17

1

18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1
1

2
1

1
2

1

4

4

1

2

62

65

60

30

25

1
1

1
10

14

2

1
......... {..........

HOOKERS-ON, HOOKERS-OFF, HANGERS-OFF, STRAIGHTENERS, AND FEEDERS,
CHAIN: MALES.

2
9

1
2
1
2
2

i

1
10

8

l

1
1
2
1
2
2

4

3

2

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

2

* Total for 61 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.
95121°— 19— Bull. 252-




-12

S L A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
l L
B

a A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W AG ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E AR N IN G S P E R H O U R , AN D CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y R A TE S,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

I0<

l-ON, HOOKERS-QFP, H AN GERS-OFF, STRAIGH TENERS, AND FEEDERS,
CHAIN : MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

6
1
2
8

3

$0.278
.300
.248
.256
.240
.278
.370
..296
.360
.273
.293
.262
.283
.279
.335
.284
.324
.340

60.0
55.0
52.8
57.7
49.4
’ 50.0
46.5
48.3
45.0
49.0
43.9
45.6
43.4
58.0
124.5
124.6
68.9
53.7

$16.24
16.50
13.83
14. 76
11.75
14.21
16.39
14. 77
14.05
13.34
12.96
12.31
12.43
16.06
40.00
33.41
22.16
18.15

68

.281

53.0

14.76

Establishment N o.:
One........ ....................
T w o ..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six i ............................
S even 1........................
E ig h t..........................
N i n e .. ., ....................
...........................
Ten 1
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................

6
6
5
5
8
4
6
1
4
9
4
6

.248
.244
.284
.310
.318
.282
.286
.260
.306
.321
.251
.256

51.2
49.7
48.6
53.2
48.9
97.4
98.5
47.5
67.5
97.1
53.5
40,0

12.69
12.04
13.69
16.54
16.09
26.59
.28.52
12.67
20.96
31.39
13. 44
10.39

.248
.242
.282
.311
.329
.273
.290
.250
.310
.323
.251
.260

Total.......................

ne
o.

45

.277

50,6

14.24

.283

8
3
5
2

.242
.233'
.291
.235

52.0
33.7
38.6
37.8

11.84
7.69
11.13
10.96

.230
.228
.288
.290

18

.258

43.6

10.91

.250

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
22*
earnings.
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22*
cents.
25
cents. eents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

F iv e ............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en .............................
Eleven........................
Twelve.......................
Thirteen....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen 1 ....................
S ixteen1....................
Seventeen..................
Eighteen....................
Total........................

4

3
1
6
1
8
4

6
4

8
2
5
4

$0.271
.300
.243
1
.256
1
.238
2
.284
.352
.306
.312
.272
.295
2
.270
1
.286
1
.277
.321 ........... i............
.268 ........... I_______
.322
............
.338 ........... ;............ 1
'
1
5
2
.279

Division No. S.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

2

2
1

1
1
3

4

Division No. 4 .
31
32
33
34

Establishment N o .:
One.............................
T w o ............ ................
Three..........................
Four............................
Total....................... 1

6
1
1
1
6

2

figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVE
\Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HOG-E3LLING DEPABTME NT—Continued.
HOOKERS-ON, HOOKERS-OFF, HANGERS-OFF, STRAIGHTENERS, AND FEET
CHAIN: MALES—Continued.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52§
324
421
40
50
55
27i
30
35
37|
45
25
60
47\
and
ana
and and and ana a n d a m
and and and and and and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
52£
32£
60
50
27£
42|
45
80
55
35
37£
40
47i
57*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

4

1

2
1

1
7
1

1

2

3

1
2
1
1
1
1

1

2
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
2

1
1
30

9

3
2
2

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

1
1
1

2

4
3
2
2 ........ 1
2
5

2

1

2
3
1

2
1
3
1
2

10

1
1
2
2
1

2

1
1

10

1
1

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

1

1

2

3
4

3
3

1
8

10

1
1

2

3

2

1

14

1
2

1
2
1

3

3




1

1

2
3

J.

!
1

..........1..........1
.......... 1
.......... -

31
32
33
34

180

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able A . — A V E R A G E R A TE OF W AG ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
EA R N IN G S P E R H O U R , AN D C LASSIFIED H O U R L Y R ATE S,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HOOKERS-ON, HOOKERS-OFF, HANGERS-OFF, STRAIGH TENERS, AND FEEDERS,
CHAIN: MALES—Concluded.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

5
2
6
6
4
8
2
2
3
3
4
1

$0,300
.338
.292
.325
.356
.250
.250
.263
.272
.275
.306
.300

48.0
53.8
42. 7
59.5
43.5
54.0
52.2
65.3
57.0
62.7
34.1
65.5

$14.53
18.17
12.19
19.24
15.57
13.78
13.03
17.13
15.58
17.23
10.44
19.65

$0.303
.338
.286
.323
.358
.255
.250
.263
.273
.275
.306
.300

Total.......................

46

.293

51.3

15.00

.292

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

3
2
6
2

.288
.293
.279
.280

57.3
47.5
55.3
63.0

16.55
14.07
15.32
17.64

.289
.296
.277
.280

Total.......................

N o.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en.............................
Eleven........................
Twelve.......................

Line

13

.283

55.8

15.77

.283

3
3
1
2
1
1
1

.283
.300
.200
.288
.250
.275
.250

61.0
41.7
111.5
42.0
48.0
55.0
228.0

17.52
12.73
22.30
12.05
12.00
15.13
57.00

.287
.306
.200
.287
.250
.275
.250

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
22*
Under and
and
20
under under
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.

1

5

1

5

Division No. 6.

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three1........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven2........................
T otal.......................

10

.285

49.5

14. 20

.287

Grand tota l3 ___

234

.284

51.3

14.49

.282

1

12

20

SHAVERS AND SCRAPERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment N o .:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Fcfur....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E ight...................
T o ta l.

17
17
4
8
57
13
16
20

$0.265
.268
.294
.286,
.265
.329
.347
.282

51.5
38.3
59.2
25.9
60.5
45.2
39.6
52.9

$13.51
11.23
17.40
7.44
15.85
14.79
13.79
14.65

$0,263
.293
.294
.287
.262
.327
.348
.277

152

.284

50.7

14.21

.280

7
2
13

22

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

181

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HOOKERS-ON, HOOKERS-OFF, H AN GERS-OFF, STRAIGH TENERS, AND FEEDERS,
CHAIN: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
32*
40
42*
50
37*
45
55
57*
35
30
27*
25
6 0'
and ana and ana and and and and and and and ana
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
37*
42*
52*
40
50
32*
45
57*
60
47*
55
30
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

4^
7

1

3

3

1

1
3

1
1

1

2
2

1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

1
1
1

2
2
1
2

1
1
3
3
1

i

1
7

6

8

14

3
1

2
1
1
1
5

1

1

1
1
2

4

1

Line
N o.

4

1
1

13
14
15
16

2
1
1

2

17
18
19
20
21
22

1

1

1
1

1

3

2
43

43

1

4

70

17

20

5

3

1

|

1

S H A V E R S A N D S C R A P E R S : M A LE S.

1
6

2

18

31 !

65

2
3
CO

2
20

9
9
2
3
24

4
4

4
5

1

12

8

9

1

4

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

4

8 Total for 56 establishments with weekly payrolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




182

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR. AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D E P A B TM E N T— Continued.
SHAVERS AN D SC R A PE R S: MAXES—Continued.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishm ent N o.:
One......................
T w o 1...................
T hree..................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
S ix ........................
Seven...................
E ig h t...................
N in e ................
T e n ......................
E leven.................
T w elv e................
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............
Fifteen................
Sixteen................
Seventeen1.........
E ighteen.1.........
N ineteen.............
T w en ty ...............

$0.259
.282
.256
.261
.261
.281
.286
.313
.303
.306
.295
.303
.304
.308
.316
.315
.316
.299
.293
.315

54.1
74.1
47.4
55.2
48.4
61.0
51.8
47.1
44.0
42.3
49.7
43.5
34.2
49.0
44.1
55.3
107.9
81.1
52.4
52.3

T ota l................

Line
N o.

.293

D ivision and establish­
ment number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Aveiage
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22£
20
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
m
cents. cents.

Division'No. 2.

4 7.6

$13. 82
24. 06
12.13
14.55
12.50
17.10
14.80
14.23
13.27
13.16
14. 66
13.05
11.05
14, 85
14.06
17.76
34. 56
24.99
15.51
16.18

$0. 255
.325
.256
.263
.258
.280
.286
.302
•31#
.311
.295
.300
.324
.303
.319
.321
.320
.308
.296
.310

13.94

.293

26

Division No. J.
Establishmen t N o .:
One......................
T w o .....................
T hree..................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
S ix i..................
S even1.................
E ig h t...................
N in e....................
T en ......................
E leven1...............
T w elv e................
Thirteen.............
T ota l................

.296
.298
.310
.311
.316
.299
.292
.267
.296
.314
.315
.273
.292
149

45.0
47.8
47.4
46.6
53.5
102.0
114.7
57.3
50.1
59.8
99.1
53.2
44.6

13.18
14.22
16. 02
14.61
16.88
31.57
36.39
15.29
14.83
19.27
33.92
14.39
13.06

.293
.297
.338
.313
.315
.310
.318
.267
. 296
.322
.342
.270
.293

.298

50.2

15.11

.301

.281
.288
.307
.271
.276

40.7
33.0
38.9
41.2
32.9

11.27
9.57
12.25
11.76
9.24

.277
.290
- 315
.286
.281

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
F our......... ..........
F iv e .....................

Total.....................
55
.283
37.3
10.52
. 282 ..........
2
10
1 The figurec far this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




G EN ERAL TABLES.

]

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERi
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H OG -KILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SHAVERS AND SC R A PE R S: MALES—Continued.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per fiour.

52*
50
35
37*
30
40
32*
m
42* ; 45 ;
27*
25
57*
47l
60
and and and ana and ana and and and and and and
ana
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
37*
52*
32*
50
55
40
42*
57*
35
45 ‘ 47*
27*
60
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. •cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

5
5
12
3
10
2
7
3
2
4
1

2
14
3
3
1
2
5
1
1

8
1

1
2

3

3

1
3
5
12
17
16
10
12
19
13
12
19
26
16
5
4

2

4

1

1
1

4
4

7
1
3
2
1
1
1
4
5

54

38

148

11

3

3
2
2

1
1
4
2
1
12
15
6
4

7
6
2
7
7
3
3

2

2
2
3
3

1
3
5

3
3
7
1
3

6
4

27

39

29

19

1
4

9
7

2
4

1
1

1
1

2

4
1
1

6

11

18

1

6
2
4 ,
1
3
1
5
4
24

3
1




t.

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

13
3
2
1

14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1

6
2
5
5
1

3
1

1

1

2

5
4
4

2 1

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

1

34
35
36
37
38

184

S L A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SHAVERS AND SC R A PE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber. of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average Average
rate of- - hours
worked
wages
per
per
week.
hour.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22§
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22i
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

Thirteen.....................

11
2
9
14
10
12
43
6
19
7
12
12
6

$0,321
.388
.333
.350
.333
.298
.230
.270
.253
.293
.317
.300
.308

47.4
33.5
41.7
46.0
44.3
53.4
45.6
49.4
56.7
57.1
60.8
47.3
57.3

$15.32
13.12
13.18
16.11
14.81
15.97
10.53
13.35
14.33
16.71
19.26
14.13
17.48

$0.323
.392
.332
.350
.334
.299
.231
.270
.253
.293
.317
.299
.305

T otal.......................

163

.287

49.5

14.18

.287

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................

6
11
19
9

.282
.298
.271
.293

52.9
57.7
49.5
62.7

14.92
17.19
13.37
18.40

.282
.298
.270
.293

T otal.......................

45

.284

54.6

15.52

.284

9
11
10
15
5
6
18

.286
.270
.230
.315
.327
.270
.300

53.0
48.0
99.4
41.6
44.1
44.0
240.1

15.24
12.96
23.32
13.09
15.77
11.84
72.80

.288
.270
.235
.315
.358
.269
.303

T otal.......................

46

13.60

.296

892

* .294
•
.290

45.9

Grand to ta l 4
..........

48.5

14.07

.290^

Three..........................
Four............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Ten..............................
E leven........................

i 1

12

21
4

il

12

25

1
6

1

Division No. C
.
14
15
16
17

Division No. 7.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree2........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
S even 3........................

1
1
1
I
11 I

1

17

93

H E A D E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................

3
2
2
1
7
1
2
3

$0,350
.370
.365
.295
.358
.375
.400
.378

48.7
45.0
50.6
31.5
65.5
50.0
29.8
60.7

$16.15
18.13
18.43
9.30
22.74
18.23
11.90
22.14

$0,332
.403
.364
.295
.347
.365
.400.
•365

T otal.......................
21
.363
53.3
13. 97
.356
1 At 17^ and under 20 cents.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




185

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SHAVERS AND SCRAPERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
T
37*
321
27|
30
35
42*
25
574
52£
40
45
55
50
n
60
ana
and ana and and and
and
and and and ana and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27£
32£
37£
40
57i
52£
30
35
42£
60 over.
55
50
45
47i
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2

2
8
4
11
1

3

2

1
1
5
3
1

1
'3

1
1
1
4
3

3
3
2

2

1
1
2

10

3

2
1

Line
No.

4

5

1
1

2
2
1
1
2
2

2
5
4
6
1

28

17

32

11
2

5
7
6
2

1
4
2
5

13

20

12

2
4
1

3
3
1

2
2

2

8

5
2

2

1
1
9 1

2

12

190 | 273

81 |

54

3

1
5
8

6

12

162

5
2

2
1
2

18

16

1
1
2
2
1

1

5
1

12

9
H E A D E R S : M A LE S.

3
2
2
1
1

6

1
2

2
1

1

1

15

2

2

8 The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total for 62 establishments with weekly pay roils only; 7 establishments wi th biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not .included.




SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A*—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G

D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

H E A D E R S: MAXES—Continued.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average Average
"hours
rate of
wages : worked
per
per
week.
hour.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22*
earnings*
'20
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
cents.
25
22*
eents. cents.

«u.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o 1...........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
S ix ....................... .
S ev en .. , ...................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T e n ..............................
Eleven........................
T w elv e.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen1.................
Eighteen1...................
Nineteen....................
T w en ty..*..................

2
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
3
1
2
1

$0,345
.325
.315
.350
.350 *
.280
.325
.375
.375
.360
. 398
.395
.375
.400
.370
.320
.312
.355
.390
.370

55.5
98.5
42.0
56.0
54.5
44.5
36.5
40.0
6L0
42.5
55.0
47.0
28.3
41.0
46.5
50,0
127.2
112.0
59.3
59.5

$19.15 ‘
32.01
13.23
19.60
19.10
12.31
11.86
15.00
19.64
14.80
21.86
18.64
9.57
15.30
15. 40
16.23
38.28
38. 99
23.11
21.37

T ota l.........................

28

.354

47,6

16.53

.347

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
Four...........................
F ive.............................
S ix 1.............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
Teas.............................
E le v e n ......................
T w elv e.......................

3
1
2
1
3
2
3
I
1
2
1
2

.280
.350
.313
.350
.367
.345
.340
.300
.350
.375
.300
.325

53.8
50.0
49.5
61.0
56.0
144.5
119. 3
60.0
46.5
63.8
6L5
42.3

15.02
17. 50
15.39
21.35
20.53
45.26
45.53
18.00
21.00
23. 91
18.00
13.73

.279
.350
.311
.350
.367
.313
.382
.300
.350
.375
. 293
.325

1

T ota l....................

17

.330

54.1

18.15

.336

1

Establishm ent N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F o u r ... .....................
F ive............................

1
1
1
1
1

.370
. 365
.io
.390
.275

43.5
29.5
45.0
40.0
50.0

15.57
10.40
13.08
14.73
13.75

.358
.353
.291
.368
.275

T o t a l . ....................

5

,340

4 L6 .

13.51

.325

2
2
1

2

.388
.388
.325
.280

45.3
52.5
57.5
40.0

17.42
20.39
18.69
ii. i o ;

,385
.389
.325
.278

7■

.348 !

47.6

16.64

.350

Division No. 2.
$0.345
.325
.315
.350
.350
.277
.325
.375
.322
.348
.397
.397
.339
.373
.331
.325
.301
.348
.390
.359

Division No. 8.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Division No. 4•
33
34
35
36
37

* ' i...........

Division No. 5.
38
39
40
41

Establishm ent N o.:
One............. ................
T w o ...........................
Three ........................
F ou r..........................
T o ta l.......................

........... 1............

1Th figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




G ENERAL TABLES.

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AYER/
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
H EADERS: MALES—Continued.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

35
321
374
42|
521
45
55
30
40
571
50
25
60
47£
and and and ana and and and ana and and and and
and
under un*der under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
371
35
321
521
55
40
421
471
571
45
50
60
30
27J
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

a

2
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

2
1
1
1

2
1
i
1
2
1
1
2

1

2
1

1
1

1

2

1
1

2

1
1

2

3

4

8

7

3

2
1
1

... ...

1
2
3

i
2

1

1
1
2
1
5

2
3

5

2

1

1
1

33
34
35
36
37

1
1
1
1

2

1

1

1
1
2
2




1
1

2

2

1
1

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

38
39
40
41

188

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A , — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W AGES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E A R N IN G S P E R H OU R, AN D CLASSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATE S,
H OG -KILLIN G

D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

H EADERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
1
2
2

$0.309
.323
.307
.310

59.3
57.5
55.0
63.0

$18.28
18.59
16.86
19.53

$0.' 308
.323
.306
.310

7

.311

58.9

18.27

.310

1
1
1
1
1

.300
.350
.250
.325
.383

73.0
50.0
71.0
47.0
265.0

21.90
17.50
17. 75
15.25
98.15

.300
.350
.250
.325
.383

Total .....................

3

.325

56.7

18. 22

.321

Grand to ta l3..........

Line
No.

88

.346

51.1

17. 46

.342

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22*
20
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
22*
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
T w o .............................

Division No. 7.
Establishm ent N o.:
One.............................
F our............................
F ive 2...........................

1

G U T T E R S , B U N G D R O P P E R S , A N D R IP P E R S -O P E N : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One............. t ..............
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive.............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................

3
2
4
1
11
4
3
4

$0. 290
.315
.379
.300
.320
.369
.467
.315

53.8
49.5
59.3
38.5
62.2
36.0
49.5
60.0

$15.22
15.70
22.32
10.71
19.55
13.97
21.93
18. 42

$0. 283
.317
.376
.278
.314
.388
.443
.307

T ota l.......................

32

.343

54.8

18.36

.335

4
3
2
3
2
2
2
3
4
4
5
3
4
3
3
4
6
5
4
4

.339
.333
.345
.325
.300
.343
.300
.343
.336
.366
.364
.340
.363
.363
.377
.330
.329
.325
.334
.334

50.0
80.5
52.3
54.5
46.0
56.3
61.5
51.0
41.4
42.5
56.2
33.3
36.0
50.5
42.2
50.6
120.9
102.9
58.3
50.1

16.70
33.25
19.78
17.73
13.58
19.12
19.08
16.42
14.14
15.06
20.47
12.60
12.67
18. 27
16.98
17.10
38.43
31.86
19. 44
16. 55

.334
.413
.378
.325
.295
.340
.310
.322
.342
.354
.364
.378
.352
.362
.403
.338
.318
.310
.334
.330

Division No. 2 .
Establishm ent N o.:
One..............................
T w o 1..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive.............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
E leven........................
T w elv e.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen...................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen1.................
Eighteen1...................
Nineteen....................
T w en ty ......................
T otal.......................

56 1

.344 I

48.8

16. 75 1

1
* '1 " ■

i
i
.343 ........... 1............ i............

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




189

G E N E E A L TA B L E S.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
■

H OG -KILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
H EADERS: MALES —Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
57*
35
42i
50
55
37;
40
32i
45
25
27*
30
60
and an<
and &
and an<
and and and and and and
and
and
n<
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
42*
57*
37*
40
32*
55
60 over.
35
27*
45
52*
50
30
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. centg cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

31

17

Line
No.

14

GUTTERS, BUNG DROPPERS, AND B.IPPERS-OPEN: MALES.

3

2
1

2

1

1
10
1

1

2
1

2

5

2

1

4
18

1

1

1

3

2
2
1

2
- 1
1
2
1

1

1
1
1

1
1
1
2
1
2
3
5
3
3
3

8

22

i

1
1
1

3

1

2

1
1
1
2

1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

1
1
1
1
2
4
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1

16 ......... 1

5

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

1

* Total for 51 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 with monthly pay roll not included.




SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
AB] e A . — A V E R A G E R A TE OF W AGES P ER H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R

EA R N IN G S P ER H O U R , AN D CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
GUTTERS, BUNG DROPPERS, AND R IPPE R S-O PE N : MALES—Continued.

►
ine
vo.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hoars
worked
per
week.

$0.342
.375
.338
.313
.350
.349
.369
.305
.325
.361
.359
. 312
.308

50.0
60.0
58.0
35.1
44.8
123.0
112.5
52.3
51.3
57.1
70.8
51.7
40.5

$16.68
22.50
19.57
12.03
16.20
42.17
43.14
15.91
17.69
20.90
27.47
16.59
12.49

.331

48.9

16.6

.342

.328
.304
.350
.305
.338

52.8
40.8
45.0
'57.8
39.5

14.32
12.66
15.74
17.72
13.48

.271
.311
.350
. 307
.341

.321

45.3

14.28

.315

.. 363
.400
.400
.356
.381
.319
.303
. 311
.342
.354
.315
.342
.363

46.9
50.5
44.5
53.4
45.3
58.3
55.7
54.0
45.0
63.8
63.4
46.7

17.23
20.34
17.80
18.99
17.34
18.67
16.78
16.88
14.37
21.25
19.93
16.11
19.93

.367
.402
.400
.356
.383
.320
.301
.313
.319
.333
.314
.345
.301

.343

53.0

17.93

.316
.311
.322
.360

4 9 .7

57.5
m o
62.1

15.79
.17.89
19.99
22.41

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.
Under
20
cents.

Division No. S.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Establishment N o,:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our.....................
F ive.....................
S ix i......................
Seven *.................
E ight...................
N ine.....................
T en ......................
Eleven i ...............
Tw elve................
Thirteen.............
T otal................

44

$0.334
.375
.337
.343
.362
.343
.383
.304
.345
.366
.388
.321
.308

-Division No. 4.
14
15
16
17
18

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F o u r ,,.................
F iv e .....................
T otal................

15

Division No. 5.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F ou r....................
F iv e.....................
S ix........................
Seven...................
E ight...................
N ine.....................
T en ......................
Eleven.................
Tw elve................
Thirteen.............
T otal................

45

Division No. 6.
32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................

.318
.311
.322
.361

Total....................
14.
.324(
-58. 4
18.98
. 325 I___
i figures for this establishment cov.er a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total,




191

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H OG -KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
GUTTERS, BUNG DROPPERS, AND R IPPE R S-O PE N : MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

521
50
35
571
55
45
271
324
371
40
42}
30
. 25
47|
60
and and and and and s a d an d and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
571
521
55
321
371
45
60
50
27i
471
30
35
40
4211
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1

1
i
3
1

1

2
1

1
2

16

9

1

1

1
2
2

2

1

1
2
1

1
3
1

1
1
3
2
1

1
1

1
2
2

1
1

8

3

1
1

5

2

1

1

1
1

1
1
1
1

2

1
1
.1

3

1
1

1

1

1
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

4
1

.1
1

1

2

1

1

5

6

-8

1

2
3
3

1

1
2

1

8

2

3




1
3

2

1
1

1
2

14
15
18
17
18

1
1

8

1

8

i
I

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

5

1

3
2

1

1

1
1

.. .J . . . .
. . 1

4

1

2

i
i

2

Line
N o.

7

1

32
33
34

192

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — A V E R A G E R A TE OF W AGES P ER H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E AR N IN G S P E R H O U R, AN D C LASSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
GUTTERS, BUNG DROPPERS, AND R IPPE R S OPEN: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and. establish­
m ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy*

Average
rate o f
wages
per
hour.

Iw age
%aurs
WSfcked
ja r
,w*ek.

$0,325
.354
.350
.329
.400
.330
.375

47.0
57.0
119.0
41.5
50.0
41.5
242.5

$15. 25
20.20
41.65
17.80
20.00
13.70
90.94

$0.324
.354
.350
.429
.400
.330
.375

47.!

17.53

.367

50.9

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

17.23

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.

22*
20
Under and
and
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 7.
Establishment No.
One....................
T w o ................. .
T h ree1.............
F ou r.................
F ive..................
Six....................
S even 2.............
Total............
Grand total a
,

.343
214

H A M F A C E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................

2
1
4
1

$0,288
.315
.315
.350

67.5
40.0
64.3
45.0

$19.60
13.81
19.84
15.75

$0,290
.345
.309
.350

T otal................

8

.313

59.6

18.51

.310

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1

.315
.300
.325
.290
.340
.333
.345
.318
.340
.340
.340
.420
.340
.350
.358
.350
.340

49.0
97.0
54.5
56.5
53.5
28.8
42.5
53.5
38.0
32.0
47.0
41.0
67.5
98.3
107.0
60.0
56.5

15.43
29.10
17.71
16.38
16.91
10.46
14.65
17.04
12.92
10.53
15.98
17.05
22.95
32.35
43.00
21.00
18.44

.315
.300
.325
.290
.316
.364
.345
.318
.340
.329
.340
.416
.340
.329
.402
.350
.326

16

.337

47.7

15.93

.334

i

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o 1..................
T hree..................
F ou r....................
F iv e................... .
Six.......................
Seven..................
E ight................. .
N ine....................
T en .................... .
Eleven............... .
Tw elve.............. .
Thirteen.............
Fourteen i ........ .
Fifteen1............ .
Sixteen...............
Seventeen......... .
Total..

1
1
1
1
1
1

i
1
i
i

* The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




193

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
GUTTERS, BUNG DROPPERS, AND R IPPE R S OPEN: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate cf wages per hour.

37£
42*
52i32£
35
45
40
50
55
30
57i
27i
25
60
47|
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
42^
37i
40
45
35
47£
50
55
57i
60
52*
27£
30
m
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. ccnts. ccnts.

1

1

1

!

2
1

2

3
4
I

1

1

1
1

2

---------

1

2
14

8

57

2

2

40

16

25 J

0
7

1

48 j

Line
N o.

1

1

1
1

2

HAM FACERS: MALES.
1

1

.

i
.......... |
...........

1
......... I..........
1

1

1

1

6

1

1
1

1
1
1

1
!

1
1

1
1

i

1
1

2

2

8

......

.......... 1
........... i...........

1
'
1

. . . . I ..........
!

'

1

l
1
1
1

!

I
.......... [ .........

1
1

1

1

;
1

1
1

i

1
i
i

1
1
4

1

...

1

2
1
1
3

.......... 1 . . .
.......... I...........

1
I
.......... I...........
1

..........

.........

1
|
i

i

...........'........... I............

3 Total for 62 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly ]
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.
95121°— 19— B u ll. 252-




-13

r

rolls and

194

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
HAM FACERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber o f
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
late of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F ive.............................
Six i .............................
Seven..........................
E ight...........................
N ine............................
T e n 1............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve........................

2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1

$0.325
.325
.350
.375
.400
.340
.275
.350
.350
.315
.315
.300

55.8
54.3
47.5
56.5
58.0
106.0
58.0
60.0
71.0
85.5
52.2
45.0

$19.85
17.78
16.62
21.20
23.20
36.04
15.95
21.00
26.50
26.93
16.46
13.50

$0.356
.328
.350
.375
.400
.340
.275
.350
.373
.315
.316
.300

T otal.......................

14

.332

55.2

18. 76

.340

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
1
1

.315
.340
.346

29.0
35.0
45.0

9.13
11.49
15.00

.315
.328
.330

T otal.......................

3

.334

36.5

11.87

.325

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................

1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1

.375
.425
.400
.261
.300
.417
.325
.350

54.5
56.5
44.5
57.5
55.8
60.0
43.0
59.5

20.44
24.02
17.80
15.10
16.73
25.00
13.98
20.85

.375
.425
.400
.263
.300
.417
.325
.350

1

T otal.......................

10

.342

54.5

18.57

.341

1

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................

1
1
2
1

.282
.287
.277
.270

52.5
55.0
51.0
62.5

14.79
15.77
14.10
16.87

.282
.287
.276
.270

T ota l.......................

5

.279

54.4

15.13

.278

1
1
1

.350
.300
.300

58.5
59.0
48.0

20.45
17.70
14.40

.350
.300
.300

T otal.......................

3

.317

55.2

17.52

.318

Grand tota l2..........

Line
N o.

59

.327

52.6

17.21 |

.327

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22*
20
week.
U nder and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 3.

Division No. 4 .

Division No. S.

Division No. G
.

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1

1

........... 1
............

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




195

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
HAM FA CE R S: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
37*
27*
35
30
25
and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under
32*
35
37*
30
40
27*
cen ts. eents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

2

L in e
N o.
42*
52*
45
57*
50
55
40
60
47|
ana and and and and and and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under
and
42*
45
52*
55
47*
50
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1

i

2

2

10
11
12

2
4

4

1

1

1

13
14
15

1
1
1

2

1
1

18
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

1

1

1
2
1
1
1

1

1
1
2

2

1

1

1

1
1
1

2

1

24
25
23
27

i
!
......... t..........

1 _

3

23
29
30

1
1
1
2
3

8 j

15

1
15

10

2

4

1

1
1

1
1

j

j

1

1

« Total for 46 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




196

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SPU T T E R S: MALES.

"

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classified rate o f wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................

1
3
4
1
4
4
3
6

$0,395
.395
.369
.400
.375
.363
.417
.391

11.0
37.3
56.1
5.0
64.0
48.8
45.3
52.5

$3.94
16.33
19.96
2.00
23.12
17.09
18.90
20.51

$0,358
.437
.356
.400
.361
.351
.417
.391

T ota l.......................

26

.384

48.2

18.28

.379

Three..........................
F our............................
F ive ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................
T w elve.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen1................
E ighteen1..................
Nineteen.....................
T w en ty......................

1
3
4
1
2
2
1
3
2
3
4
3
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
3

.395
.325
.370
.350
.350
.370
.350
.420
.420
.410
.396
.420
.420
.420
.420
.333
.339
.327
.333
.420

54.0
85.5
38.3
56.0
54.2
58.5
61.0
41.5
44.8
31.7
58.1
49.8
40.0
50.5
58.0
56.0
115.7
96.7
58.0
54.0

21.33
36.45
14.15
19.60
18.98
21.33
21.35
17.43
17.48
12.71
22.99
20.93
15.26
29.33
19.70
20.00
39.02
34.70
20.00
22.68

.395
.426
.370
.350
.350
.365
.350
.420
.391
.401
.395
.420
.382
.402
.340
.357
.337
.359
.345
.420

T otal...................

39 *

.392

49.4

18.93

.383

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 1.............................
Seven1........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
Eleven ‘ ......................
T w elve.......................
Thirteen.....................

1
1
3
4
4
3
3
1
2
5
2
5
5

.383
.350
.358
.319
.420
.333
.347
.292
.343
.380
.368
.328
.320

60.0
60.0
53.8
51.3
52.3
100.3
69.8
63.0
58.7
64.3
115.3
60.9
40.8

23.00
21.00
19.22 :
16.95
21.95
35.55
26.11
18.37
20.08
23.94
42.35
19.71
13.00

.383
.350
.357
.331
.420
.354
.374
.292
.342
.372
.367
.324
.319

T otal.......................

31

.351

55.0

19.32

.351

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
Four............................

1
1
1
1

.420
.390
.350
.400

46.5
27.5
45.0
44.0

19.53
9.71
15.74
17.05

.420
.353
.350
. 3S8

T otal.......................

Line
N o.

4

.390

40.8

15.51

.381 ........... !............ 1
............

D ivision andestablishm en t num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
20
22h
week.
and
U nder and
20
under under
22£
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No, 1.
Establishment N o.:
Three ........................

Division No. 2.
Establishment No.:
One..............................

Division No. 3.

' "

1
i .........
i
{

Division No. 4.

.

1
i

1

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— C o n t in u e d .
SPLIT T E R S: MALES.

N um ber who received each classified, rate c f wages per hour.

27*
32*
37*
25
30
35
52*
42*
45
47*
57*
40
55
50
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
32*
30
35
37*
40
52*
55
42*
45
50
57*
60
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. ccnts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
3
1

1
1
1

2
1
3

1

2
1

1
2

1
1 ”
'
1
I *’
1
1
I
■ ■ " " ' I ...........
I
1
; ......... i . j ..........
i
i
i ”
i
...
i
i
i
** *; i...........
i
1
i
i
i
i
i
4

3

12

2

6

2

5

3

1

..........1...
......... 1 ..
___ 1
'1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
i

1
I
1
1
I
i
......... 1 . .
.
i
......... 1
..........
...

i

1

1

1

!
2
2
2
2
11

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

4
1
2
2
1

1
i
i
2

3
2
3
2
3
..........
2 ......... 1
..........
2 ......... 1
1
2
1
!
!
i
1
3
1

22

1

|

1

I
1

i *
i *"
i
i
|
i
i * "i
I
!
1
1
i
1
1
1
j
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1

r

!
1

'
1
1
3

1

_____ 1
_____
i
.
4
1
3 1 . . !___ .
i
2
1
I
!
1
1
i
1 1 ...
2
3
2
1
4
. . 1... .
4
i
7
12
6
2
3

1

1
2

1

1
........... I..........
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1
ii

i|

.
I

.

i
1
I
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1
1
j
I
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. . 1
1

1.

.
.

1.........
1
I
1
1
i
1
1
.........
1
1
.........
1

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

i

i
i
i
i
I
. r**
i ____
1
______ 1
_____ I> ____ 1
_____
1 1
1
!
1
1
i
2 J..........I.......... !.......... 1
.......... !.......... !.......... i.......... 1
..........

42
43
44
45

198

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . — AVERAGE

RATE OE WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-KXLLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
S P LIT T E R S : MALES—Concluded.

N um ­
ber o f
em ­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Aveiage
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0,400
.425
.400
.389
.400
.335
.309
.337
.382
.305
.350
.350
.350

52.5
55.0
41.8
51.8
50.0
57.5
57.1
57.0
55.8
58.3
58.3
50.5
63.5

$21.00
23.38
16.70
20.07
20 09
19.23
17.68
19.23
21.33
17.75
20.64
17.65
22.20

$0,400
.425
.400
.387
.402
.335
.309
.337
.382
.304
.351
.350
.350

.355

55.0

19.40

.353

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four....................

.307
.323
.316
.440

59.3
57.5
56.0
62.5

18.20
18.59
17.70
27.50

.307
.323
.316
.440

T ota l................

Line
N o.

.329

57.!

19.10

.331

.363
.342
.375
.355
.330
.330
.375

55.2
58.0
117.0
37.0
46.3
35.5
260.0

19.98
19.83
43.85
21.30
18.47
11.72
97.50

.362
.342
.375
.355
.399
.330
.375

49.9

18.82

.377

51.9

18.92

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
221
20
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22*
eents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................
F iv e.....................
S ix.......................
Seven..................
E ight...................
N ine....................
T en ......................
E leven.................
T w elv e................
Thirteen.............
T ota l................

3i

Division No. 6.

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o . ...................
Three1.................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
S ix .......................
S even2.................
T otal................
Grand tota l3. .

.344
152 I

L E A F -L A R D P U L L E R S : M A L E S.

Division No. U
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
S ix .......................
T otal.

$0.260
.315
.313
.315
.350
.315

39.5
38.5
71.3
61.0
39.5
50.0

$9.77
13.39
21.96
18.98
13.82
15.74

$0.247
.348
.308
.311
.350
.315

.313

54.6

17.12

.313

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are mot in clu d ed in the total.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




199

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H OG-E3LLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SP LIT T E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate o f wages per hour.
Lin©
N o.

52*
57*
42*
32*
55
35
37*
27*
40
45
50
30
25
60
and and and and and and and and and and and •and cents
and
ana
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57*
60 over.
50
52*
37*
42*
45
47*
32*
40
35
27*
30
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
1
2
2

1
6
1

1

3
1
1
1
1
1

1

1
1
1

3

10
11
12
13

1
1
1

1

7

8

5

2

9

2

2
2
4

14
15
16
17

1
8

1

1

1
2

1
1

1
1

1
1

2

......... 1

1

1

2

5

1

21

27

31

20

18
19
20
21
22
23
24

46

5

i
I

1
j

l
i

L E A F -L A R D P U L L E R S : M A L E S .

1
2
1
6

1
1

2
1 ...........

11

1

25
26
27
28
29
30

1 1
..........

* Total for 61 establishments with weekly pay rolls wily; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
and 1 establishment witn monthly pay roll not included.




200
T

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

able

A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -B IL L IN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
L E A F -L A R D P U L L E R S : M A LE S — Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber o f
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
F ou r....................
F iv e .....................
S ix .......................
Seven...................
E ig h t...................
N in e....................
T en ......................
E leven.................
T w elve................
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............
F ifteen 1.............
S ixteen1.............
Seventeen...........
Eighteen.............

1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
5
1
1
1

$0.315
.315
.275
.275
.300
.340
.340
.335
.340
.340
.340
.340
.340
.315
.280
.315
.290
.340

56.0
51.5
56.0
57.3
66.0
40.5
40.0
42.5
60.0
46.5
38.0
50.0
44.0
55.0
110.0
110.5
56.5
48.0

$17.24
16.22
15.40
15.01
19.80
13.72
12.92
14.50
19.30
15.81
9.43
17.15
14.60
16.61
30.37
31.49
16.38
16.32

$0.303
.315
.275
.262
.300
.339
.323
.341
.322
.340
.249
.340
.332
.302
.274
.285
.290
.340

Total................

Line
No.

20

.322

50.3

15.44

.307

1
1
2
1
2
3
3
1
1
4
2
1
2

.315
.300
.325
.325
.340
.293
.295
.250
.300
.331
.368
.265
.275

53.5
54.5
65.8
55.5
60.0
105.5
68.2
55.0
46.0
67.5
81.5
30.0
28.5

16.85
16.35
21.37
18.05
20.40
29.04
20.39
13.75
13.80
22.56
29.95
7.94
7.85

.315
.300
.325
.325
.340
.275
.299
.250
.300
.334
.367
.265
.275

16

.310

54.6

17.26

.316

1
2
1

.290
.275
.335

41.0
43.8
38.0

12.32
11.81
11.67

.300
.270
.307

4

.294

44.1

11.93

.270

2
2
2
2
1
1
5
1
1
1
2

.325
.325
.338
.300
.300
.250
.227
.250
.300
.283
.313

54.8
40.5
44.8
54.5
39.5
47.5
49.5
50.8
64.5
57.8
64.5

17.79
13.37
15.08
16.35
11.85
11.88
11.36
12.58
19.35
16.29
20.16

.325
.330
.337
.300
.300
.250
.229
.250
.300
.283
.313

.286 1

51.3 1

14.71 1

.287 1
........... 1

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
221
earnings.
20
week.
and
U nder and
under under
20
221
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.

Division No. 8.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
T hree..................
F ou r....................
F iv e .....................
S ix i.....................
Seven1.................
E ig h t..................
N ine....................
T en ......................
E leven1............. .
T w elv e...............
Thirteen.............
Total.

Division No. 4.
Establishm ent N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Total .

1
i
1

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o : .................
Three.................
F our...................
F iv e ...................
S ix .....................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
N ine...................
T en ....................
E leven...............
T ota l.

20

1
j
* i .........
1
1
1
4
........... i.......... ;
i
i
i 1

4

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

201

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
L E A F -L A R D PU LLERS: MALES—Continued.

N um ber who received each classified rate of waccs per hour.

27*
32*
37*
42*
52*
57*
25
30
35
50
55
40
45
60
47^
and
and and and and and a na and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
27*
57*
37*
30
35
40
52*
55
42*
60
50
45
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

1
1
1

1
1
1
1
3
2
2
1
2
1
1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

1
3

2
1
i
1

1

3

4

|

12

1
1

19
20
21
22

1
2
1
2

23

3
3
1
1
1
1
2

1

2

6

i
2 _____ 1_____

2
2

4

2

j

32
33
34

1
1
1
1

......... 1
..........
1

2

1
1
1

1
1
1

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

2
1
1
1
1

<3

1
1

2

1 1

7

2 1

44
45

1




24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

3

......... 1
..........

I

202

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-KILIiING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
LEAF-LARD PULLERS: KALES—
Concluded.

N um ­
ber o f
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
2
Three............... ..........
F our............................

1
2
2
1

$0,268
.279
.259
.300

57.0
56.0
59.0
62.0

$15. 28
15.64
15. 26
18.60

$0.268
.279
.259
.300

T o ta l.......................

L ine
N o.

6

.274

58.2

15. 95

.274

3
1
1
1
4
2

.275
.250
.275
.250
.235
.300

55.7
53.5
44.0
48.0
56.5
258.5

15.48
13.37
12.10
12.00
13.27
77.55

.278
.250
.275
.250
.235
.300

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
and
Under and
under under
20
cents.
25
m
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
1
3
4

Division No. 7.
5
6
7
8
9
10

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 1.............................

1

3

T ota l. - ...................

io

.254

53.9

13.70

.254

1

3

Grand t o ta l2..........

90~

.298

52.6

15.55 i

.296

2

8

LEAF-LAB.D SCRAPERS: HALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..................
T w o ................. ..........
T hree..........................
Four............................

2
3
3
1

$0,228
.233
.248
.260

42.8
33.2
52.8
56.0

$10.38
8.09
13.19
14.49

$0,243
.244
.250
.259

1

1
2
1

T otal............... . . . .

9

.240

44.4

11.01

.248

1

4

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F our............................
F ive............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
T e n 1...........................
Eleven........................
T w elve.......................

2
1
3
1
1
2
2
1
6
2
2
1

.235
.225
.210
.250
.250
.243
.268
.245
.250
.250
.270
.250

60.5
52.8
56.3
59.0
59.5
54.8
58.3
49.0
37.1
101.8
58.5
37.5

14.22
11.85
11.83
14.75
14.77
13.16
15. 48
12.00
9.27
25.95
14.45
9.37

.235
.225
.210
.250
.248
.240
.266
.245
.250
.255
.270
.250

T o ta l.......................

22

.244

48.5

11.78 1

.243

Division No. 2.
2
1
3
1
1

3

5

J
The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




G EN ERAL TABLES.

203

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H OG -KILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
L E A F -L A R D PU LLERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
37<
42\
30
25
27*
35
40
45
4 i 50 52* 55 57* 60
7
and and and an'
and
and
and and and and and and cents
and am
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
32*
37*
55
57*
60 over.
27*
35
42*
45
50
52*
30
40
47*
cents. cents. Cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Lius
N o.

5
6
7
8
9
10

23
L E A F -L A R D S C R A P E R S : M A L E S.

11
12
13
14

1
2
1
4

i
1
1
1

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

1

6
2
2
1
13

1

......... 1..........

2 Total for 55 establishments with weekly pay roll only;
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




5establishments with biweekly pay rolls and

204

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-E2LLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
L E A F -L A R D S C R A P E R S : M A L E S — Concluded.

Line
No.

N um ­
Division and establish— ber o f
em ­
ment number.
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked,
per
week.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classfied rate of wages
per hour.
20
22*
and
and
under under
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Under
20

Division No. 3.

6

2
1
1
1
1
2

$0,263
.275
.250
.275
.294
.275

6 8 .0

56.5
109.5
34.0

$13.34
17.60
17.00
15.54
32.19
9.50

$0,261
.275
.250
.275
.294
.279

T ota l.......................

1
2

3
4
5

E stablishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e 1 ..........................
S ix ...............................

7

.268

51.2

13.69

.267

1

.2 1 0
.2 0 0

.235

38.5
20.5
32.5

8.08
4.22
7.63

.206
.235

5.43

.213

51.0
64.0

Division No. 4.

8

9

E stablishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................

4

T ota l.......................

7

6

.208

25.5

2
1
1

40.0
27.0
65.0
38.5
57.5
57. 6
44.5
28.5

11.69
7.43 . . .
17.86
10.59
14.37
13.19
13.35
8 . 55

.292
.275
.275
.275
.250
.229
.300
.300

1

.2 1 0

1
4
1
5

1

1

3

1

3

Division No. 5.

13
14
15
15
17

3
1
4
1
1

.288
.275
.275
.275
.250
.228
.330
.300

Total........................

10
11
12

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F our............................
F iv e............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................

14

.265

46.3

1 2 .1 1

.261

1
1

.275
.283
.242

42.5
57.5
41.3

11.69
16.29
10.05

.275
.283
.243

1
1

Division No. 6.

3
5

.257

44.8

11.63

.260

Grand to ta l 2 .........

20

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Total........................

18
19

63

.248

45.2

11.34

.251

10

14

B R U IS E T R IM M E R S , H E A D R E M O V E R S , A N D K I D N E Y P U L L E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.

23
24
25
26
27

1
2
1
8
6
2

17.0
54.3
67.3
70.1
37.7
53.0
58.7

$3. 8 6
13. 99
18.48
17.98
10.87
15.52
15.90

$0.227
.258
.275
.256
.288
.293
.271

2

7

$0.235
.243
.275
.264
.304
.288
.279

Total........................

21
22

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
Five
......................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................

27

.276

55.1

14.88

.270

4

1
1

*The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




205

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H OG -KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
L E A F -L A R D SC R A PE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
Line

37J
52J
40
30
50
35
45
57£
25
47i
55
42J
m
m
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
undei under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
42J
32^
35
37 £
52i
30
40
27^
55
45
57^
50
60
471
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
1

1

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
1
1
1

1
3

3

N o.

_____ I_____

1

7
8
9

1
1
1
3

1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

i
1
1
1

6

3

1
1

.........

2
2

2

23

12

18
19
20

4

BRXJISE TRIMMERS, HEAD REMOVERS, AND KIDNEY PULLERS: MALES.

1 .

........
1
3
2

3

1
2

4

1

7

10 |

4

3

1
1
1

21
22
23
24
25
28
27

1

Total for 34 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
i




SL A U G H T E R IN G ANTD M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
E

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.

USE TRIMMERS, HEAD REMOVERS, AND KID N E Y P U LLERS: MALES—Continued.

<u.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­ Average
ber of
rate of
em - .
ployper
hour.
ees.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$3. 275
275
235
270
.288
.350
.275
.314
.250
.315
.315
.308
.283
.302
.286
.292
.313
.235

60.0
90.0
42.5
58.2
55.3
54.5
40.5
40.6
36.0
41.0
59.5
51.3
51.8
135.3
104.8
57.3
52.3
86.5

.289

51. €

14.66

.284

.225
.275
.281
.300
.235
.315
.263
.250
.325
.280
.258
.245

35.5
50.5
48.0
50.0
107.2
158.5
68.0
39.5
65.2
82.5
56.9

7.95
18.48
13.30
14.83
29.35
48.26
17.85
9.31
21.05
25.01
14.99

.225
.366
.277
.297
.274
.304
.263
.236
.323
.303
.263
.249

.270

49.9

13.85

.278

.218
.258

37.8
31.0
41.5
41.4

7.90
10.94
11.10
16.77

.209
.363
.267
.284

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
22J
20
earnings.
week.
Tender and
and
20
under under
22J
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o 1...................
Three...................
F ou r....................
F iv e .....................
S ix .......................
Seven...................
E ig h t...................
N ine.....................
T en ......................
E leven.................
Tw elve................
Thirteen.............
Fourteen1..........
Fifteen 1..............
Sixteen................
Seventeen...........
Eighteen.............
Total................

27

$16.
24.
9.
15.
15.
19.
11.
13.
9.
13.
17.
14.
13.
40.
31.
16.
16.
20.

$0.275
.275
.235
.259
.287
.350
.289
.324
.250
.331
.287
.284
.266
.297
.302
.292
.310
.235

Division No. 3.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three......._...........
F our....................
F i v e '...................
S ix * .....................
Seven...................
E igh t...................
N ine....................
Ten1.....................
E leven.................
T w e lv e ...............
Total................

33

Division No. 4.
31
32
33
34

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
F our....................

21

Total..
10
.266
38.6 1
10.68
.277
2 1 ..........1
1
l T1le figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

207

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
BRUISE TRIMMERS, HEAD REMOVERS, AND K ID N E Y PU LLERS: MALES—Continued.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32^
27*
42*
57*
25
30
37*
40
50
35
45
52*
55
f>0
47l
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
30
32*
35
40
42*
52*
60
37*
47|
50
57*
45
55
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line ;
N o. j

1
1
2

1
1
1
1
2

i

1

1

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
2

2
1

1

1
2

5

7

7

1

3
2
1

1
1
1
1

1

1

1

1

3

1

1
2
3

1
1
1

7

......... !..........
i
I
1
1
1

_____ l_____

1
1

8

2

4

1

1
1
2
4 t

31
32
33
34

1
1
1
2

1

1

1




19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

* At 17£ and under 20 cents.

208

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

BRUISE TRIMMERS, HEAD REMOVERS, AND KID N E Y PU LLERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
Five ..........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Eight ......................
Ninft. .. . r. . . . . . . . . . .
T en ..............................
E leven........................
Twelve......................

2
5
1
2
2
9
2
3
1
3
1
1

$0.313
.320
.275
.363
.275
.228
.268
.267
.283
.292
.350
.350

54.8
47.3
58.0
42.0
57.8
51.5
46. 7
43.3
55.0
51.0
51.0
55.0

$17.10
15.05
15.93
15.13
15.88
11.82
12.54
11.62
15.58
14. 58
17.85
19.25

$0.313
.318
.275
.360
.275
.230
.269
.268
.283
.286
.350
.350

Total........................

32

.282

50.1

14.07

.281

Establishment No.:
O n e ............................
T w o ............................

3
7

.291
.259

57.5
50.7

16.71
13.21

.291
.261

Total.......................

Line
No.

10

.269

52.8

14.26

.270

2
1
5
1
1

.253
. 175
.300
.300
.275

53.0
105.0
33.6
44.5
54.5

14.93
18.40
10.02
13.35
14.99

.263
.175
.300
.300
.275

Division and establish­
m ent number.

22£
20
and
Under and
20
under under
22i
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
1
2
3

4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

2

7

2

7

5

23

Division No. 6.
13
14

Division No. 7.
15
16
17
18
19

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o 1 ..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
Total........................

9

.289

41.3

11.81

.236

Grand to ta l3.........

148

4.278

50.1

13.92

.278

21

21

U T I L I T Y M E N : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
8
7
1
4
2
8
8

$0.286
.319
.350
.320
.335
.370
.314

61.1
48.9
69.0
58.5
54.3
43.7
60.4

$17.56
16.23
24.15
18.68
18.15
16.00
18.46

$0.288
.332
.350
.319
.334
.366
.306

Total........................

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F i v e ..........................
Six...............................
S even .........................

38

.323

54. 6

17.50

.320

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 17J and under 20 cents.




209

G E N E R AL TA BLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
BRUISE TRIMMERS, HEAD REMOVERS, AND KIDNEY PULLERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
N o.

52*
32*
50
35
25
27*
30
40
45
55
37*
57*
60
47^
and and and and and ancl and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
32*
37*
30
42*
45
50
52*
55
27*
57*
60
40
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2
1

1
1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1
2

1

1
i

1
1

1
[

1

1

5

5

......... i..........

1
1

i .r
4

4

1
i

1

3

1

1
t

1

10
11
12

1

2

1
5

2

0

2

1

1

1
......... 1
..........

i
i
i
_____ !_____ 1
_____
!

2

1
1

2

6

31

36

31 1

i

15
16
17
18
19

......... 1'
!
!

5
1

13
14

11

8

1

......... 1
..........

1

U T I L I T Y M E N : M A LE S.
i
|
1

1

1
3

1
2
1
1

2

3

2
2

10

5

6

8

4
1
2

4

4
1
1

|
l
3

1

3

1

1
1

21
22
23
24
25
26

3 Total for S3 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
95121°— 19— Bull. 252-




-14

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACK IN G INDUSTRY.
e

A . — A V E R A G E R A TE OF W AGES P ER H O U R, A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E AR N IN G S P ER H OU R, A N D C LASSIFIED H O U R L Y R ATE S,
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
U T IL IT Y MEN: MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

u.

D ivision and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wagos
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Establishment N o.:
1
One..............................
T w o ............................. 5
Three..........................
3
7
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
2
Six...............................
3
1
Seven..........................
3
E ig h t..........................
N ine........................
4
T en ..............................
7
3
Eleven........................
1
T w elv e .......................
Thirteen.....................
3
Fourteen....................
5
Fifteen........................
2
S ixteen1.....................
5
Seventeen1................
15
Eighteen.....................
3
1
Nineteen.....................

$0,395
.279
.325
.301
.350
.300
.420
. 358
.344
.346
.317
.360
.391
.354
.343
.337
.313
.307
.340

65.0
60.8
61.3
54.2
64.0
57.2
22.5
52. 7
56.7
47.6
46.2
48.0
56.3
48.8
41.3
105.4
104.0
64.5
51.0

$25.67
16.80
19.32
16.43
22.50
21.62
9.45
22.21
19.54
15.95
13.93
16.75
22.06
17.43
14.64
35.96
32.82
19.81
17.34

$0,395
.276
.315
.303
.352
.378
.420
.421
.345
.335
.302
.349
.392
.357
.355
.341
.316
.307
.340

54

.338

53.7

18. O
S

.337

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three 2........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 1............................
S even1........................
E ig h t..........................
N in e............................
T en ..............................
E leven1.......................
T w elve.......................
Thirteen.....................

2
2
56
11
6
5
6
3
3
5
6
6
2

.293
.358
.248
.326
.378
.322
.331
.272
.295
.308
.333
.314
.354

50.8
52.0
97.1
53.0
58.3
94.9
128.7
54.3
52.0
66.3
97.0
62.6
46.8

14.70
18.60
26.28
17. £2
22.41
32.15
41.84
14.81
17.67
20.55
43.09
19.25
17.75

.290
.358
.271
.338
.384
.339
.325
.273
.340
.310
.444
.307
.380

T ota l.......................

40

.325

56.4

18.73

.332

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................

2
2
8
3

.356
.329
.306
.333

48.0
56.3
47.9
53.8

18.74
17.27
14.26
17.70

.390
.307
.298
.329

T ota l.......................

15

.321

50.2

15.94

.318

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
22\
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22£
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.

T otal.......................

1

1

1

1

2

Division No. 8.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

26

1

1

Division No. 433
34
35
36

1

figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




211

G E N E R A L TA B L E S.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
U T IL IT Y MEN: MALES—Continued.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
32*
42*
52*
55
27*
37*
40
50
45
25
30
35
60
47|
and , and
and and and and and and and and and and j and and cents
under under under under under under under under, under under under under under under and
57*
60
52*
55
30
32*
37*
40
42*
45
50
27*
35
‘-Th
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2

1
1
2

1
1

2

1

1
1
2

1

1
1
2

2
1

1
1
1

1
i
2
1

1
1

1

1
3
1

2

7

*

3
1
2
9
2

1

12

6

1
18

2

1

1

1
2
1

1

1

9

5

1

1
2
2
1

1
8
2
1
2
2
1
1

10

4
1

8

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

1
3
1
2

2
2
1

2
3
1

3

29

2
1

7

8

5

30
31

1
1

1
3

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
4
2
1

1

i

1

2
1
1

Line
No.

I

4

1

32

4

1

2
1

1

2

2
2

3

2

2

4

.........

1

i

2

1
1

2
2

33
34
35
36

2 The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the
total.




212

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-E3LLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
U TILITY MEN: MALES—Concluded.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate o f
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

4
2
5
7
1
3
8
5
1

$0,327
.363
.345
.346
.400
.361
.271
.353
.290

55.3
54.8
41.9
50.6
43.0
59.3
50.6
57.6
75.5

$18.47
19.84
15.63
17.48
17.20
21.45
13.92
20.44
21.90

$0,334
.363
.374
.346
.400
.361
.275
.355
.290

36

.330

52.3

17.53

.335

4

Establishm ent N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
6
7

.300
.346
.306

51.5
57.1
56.6

15.45
20.51
17.69

.300
.359
.312

1

T o ta l.......................

Line
N o.

14

.323

56.5

1^.74

. 332 I

1

D ivision and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22J
20
week.
Under and
-and
under under
20
22i
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

T w o ............................
F ou r............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Eicjht..........................
T ota l.......................

'

4

Division No. 6.
10
11
12

j
1

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T h ree1........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven 2 ......................

1
2
1
1
2
1
2

.300
.300
.300
.325
.300
.303
.313

50.5
39.8
34.0
40.0
49.0
23.5
155.0

15.15
12.81
10.20
13.00
14. 70
7.11
52. 75

.300
.322
.300
. 325
.300
.303
.340

T ota l.......................

7

.304

41.6

12.90

.310

Grand to ta l3.........

13
14
15
10
17
18
19

204

.328

53.7

17. 71

.33(1 1

1

8

TRUCKERS: MALES.
Division No. 1 .
5
10
2
1
1

$0.220
.225
.278
.225
.250

57.2
58.8
66.2
65.5
20.5

$12.58
13.93
18.35
14.73
5.12

$0,220
.237
. 9.77
.29S 1 .. . ..
.250 i

5

T ota l.......................

20
21
22
23
24

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................

19

.231

57.5

13.62

.237 |
...........

5

10
1
11

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




213

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
UTILITY MEN: MALES—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate o f wages per hour.

25
42*
52*
27*
32*
45
47*
55
57*
30
35
37*
40
50
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
45
27*
32*
35
42*
52*
55
57*
60
30
37*
40
50
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

j

1

1

2

3
1

1
1
1
1

2

1
1
1

1

1

5

4

.l

2
2

2
3

1

I

4

2
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1

5

9

4

1

1
2
2

1

1
1

1

1

5

1

2

1

1

1

10
11
12

1

1
1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
1

1
1
2
1

1
1
|
I

1

i

15

1

l
......... 1
..........
1

4

35

29

I
i

1

40

32

1

17

23

3

i

_____ 1 . . . . .
I
!

1
!

TRUCKERS: M
ALES.

2
1

!

1

2 I

* Total for 54 establishments with •weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly p?y rolls, 1
with semimonthly pay roll, and 1 with monthly pay roll not included.




214
T a b le

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HOG-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Concluded.
T R U C K E R S : M A L E S —Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber o f
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
horns
woiked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O n e1...........................
T w o .............................
T hree..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T e n 1............................
Eleven........................

1
8
8
14
1
6
31
3
19
10
1

$0.225
.253
.247
.210
.220
.250
.235
.245
.253
.252
.250

50.0
75.3
44.4
47.2
73.5
34.3
31.0
54.5
39.4
119.2
54.0

$11.25
19.12
10.97
9.91
16.17
8.33
7.31
13.43
10.14
30.28
13.50

$0,225
.250
.247
.210
.220
.243
.236
.247
.257
.254
.250

T ota l.......................

84

.237

38.9

9.25

.237

15

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four i ........................
F iv e i .........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................

1
2
2
3
29
1
9
3
7

.275
.263
.275
.250
.250
.250
.262
.225
.220

65.0
65.5
49.3
72.7
55.1
44.3
35.5
60.3
39.4

17.87
17.19
13.53
18.72
13.90
11.06
9.27
13.57
8.78

.275
.232
.275
.258
.252
.250
.261
.225
.223

3

3
3

T ota l.......................

Line
No.

25

44.6

11.04

.247

4

6

9.09
8.80

21

21

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22%
" 20
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

1
2
14
1
3
31
3

40

Division No. 3.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

.247

1

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................

2
11
1

.196
.200
.238
.200

46.5
42.5
52.3
60.0

12.00

.195
.207
.247
.200

T otal.......................

21
22
23
24

18

.223

50.5

11.29

.223

4
5
2
9
16
17
2

.275
.315
.288
.247
.220
.242
.250

58.0
47.5
57.3
37.8
50.7
56.4
67.0

15.95
14.96
16.37
9.34
11.21
13.74
16.75

.275
.315
.286
.247
.221
.244
.250

4

12. 93

3

2
9

1
6

9

8

1
8
6

Division No. 5.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ........................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
T ota l.......................

55

.247

51.4

12.76

.248

Grand total s ._____

201

.239

45.8

11.03

.241

8
21

15

38

81

KIDNEY PULLERS, SHAVERS, SINGERS, NECK BRUSHERS, AND SPREADERS:
FEMALES.
Division No. 2.
32

Establishment N o. 1___

•
24

SO.150

39.0

$5.83

$0.150

4 20

4

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not including in the total.
2 At 17i and under 20 cents.




215

GENERAL, TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
H O G -E 3 L L I N G D E P A R T M E N T — C o n c lu d e d .
TRU CK ER S: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

521
321
35
371
40
421
45
55
271
50
571
25
30
60
47l
and and and and and and and and and and and end
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
521
421
55
571
35
45
50
60 over.
371
40
471
30
321
271
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

8
5

1

2

li n e
No.

1

18
10
1

1

26

2

1

10
11

1
1
2

3
29
1
3

1

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

.........

5

1
G

9

21
22
23
24

2
i
I

2

4
1
1

2
1

2

21

6

3

2

56

19 |

4

2

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

8
11
2

1
K ID N E Y P U L L E R S , S H A V E R S , S IN G E R S, N E C K B R U S H E R S ,
FE M A L E S .

AND

SPREADERS:

32
* T otal for 32 establishments with weekly p a y rolls only; 4 establishments w ith biw eekly p a y rolls not
included.

4 19 at 121 and under 15 cents; 1 at 15 and under 171 cents.




216

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A , —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SHEEP-KILLING DEPARTMENT.

LABORERS (DRIVERS, PENNERS, HOLDERS, SHOVERS, HOOKERS ON TO CONVEY­
ORS, HANGERS-TJP OF RACKS, AND SQUILGEERS: MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O n e ..,........................
T w o ............................
T h r e e ........................
Four............................

4
17
i 42
127

$0,220
.226
.225
.229

45.5
33.4
61.4
43.7

$10.01
7.60
13.85
10.02

$0,220
.228
.226
.229

4

T otal.......................

90

.226

50.1

11.35

.227

4

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
Eleven3......................
T w elve3......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen3...................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................

6
7
15
1
4
3
28
10
1
20
15
18
3
1
23
7

. 225
.223
.210
.220
.246
.235
.252
.235
.235
.242
.248
.246
.250
.250
.248
.252

45.8
57.4
28.1
63.5
43.3
59. 7
44. 4
33. 7
31.5
46.3
80.4
79.1
45.3
98.5
52. 6
48.9

10.31
13.01
5.93
20.90
10.65
14.03
11.20
8.42
7.40
11.24
20.10
19.88
11.33
24.62
13.08
13.33

.225
.227
.211
.329
.246
.235
.252
.250
.235
.243
.250
.251
.250
.250
.249
.272

T otal.......................

128

.240

44.8

10. 98

.245

1
6
21
10
1
1
4
14
4

.300
.250
.250
.204
.235
.229
.225
.217
.219
. 186
.233

9.0
169. 0
62. 0
42.2
36.2
34.2
1.5
10.0
37. 5
33.8
60.0

2.70
43. 33
15.50
8. 72
8.51
7.89
.34
2.17
7.28
8. 71
14.00

.300
.256
.250
.207
.235
.231
.225
.217
. 194
.258
.233

-Total.........................

62

.219

36.1

8. 42

.233

5 13

Grand total6..........

lane
No.

280

.231

44.6

10. 57

.237

5 15

$7.05
11.00
10.91
11.49

$0.235
.250
.242
.248

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22*
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4

17

i
!

42
24

|

83

Division No. 2.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1
!

21

6
4

1 1

15
1 1
3
3
1

1

10
1

21

19

1

4

1
1

22

18

48

Divisions Nos. 8-7.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o 3 .........................
Three3........................
Four............................
F ive............................
Six...............................
Seven.........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................

1
1

........... i

!

5

i

21

'
1

I

21
9

i|

22
4 10

■

1

3 1
1

1
4

9 I
*31

37
108

SHACKLERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

1
1
4
4

$0.235
.250
.245
.250

30.0
44.0
45.0
46.3

!
I
1

1 !
4 !
i

1
Total.......................
10
.247
43.9
10.76
.245
5
1 Includes scrubbers, washers, and wipers.
2 A t 17* and under 20 cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




217

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOUES WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SHEEP-KILLING DEPARTM EN T.
LABORERS (DRIVERS, PENNERS, HOLDERS SHOVERS, HOOKERS ON TO CONVEY­
ORS, HANGERS-UP OF RACKS, AND SQUILGEERS: MALES),

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32i
27i
m
30
35
52i
37£
40
45
55
50
571
and and and and and and and
and
and and
and an*
under under under under under under under under under under under under under
32£
30
40
42£
52}
35
55
57i
45
50
60
47i
m
cents. cents. cents. ents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

59

1

SHACKLERS: MALES.
!

I

1
1

........1
......... I..........
. 1

!

32
33
34
35

!
i
!
i
i
..........!..........
4 1 at 12| and under 15 cents; 4 at 15J and under 17£ cents; 5 at 17J and under 20 cents.
6 See notes to details.
•Total for 26 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
4
5




218

SLA U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
S H E E P -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
SHACKLERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Num­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wagos
per hour.
221
20
Under and
ana
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
Nine1......................
Ten1........................
Eleven....................
Tw elve.................. .
Thirteen............... .

$0.235
.235
.260
.285
.260
.260
.250
.290
.250
.275
.260
.225

$13.04
7.39
10.40
14. 60
13.00
10.40
14. 45
26.10
24.88
16.63
9.10
11.47

.255

46.5

12.01

.350
.295
.200
.250
.246
.223
.300
.300

T ota l..................

55.5
32.0
39.0
52.0
51). 0
40.0
57.5
90.0
99.5
60.5
31.5
51.0

60.0
51.5
23.0
44.5
35.8
47.2
44.7
55.5

21.00
15.19
4.60
11.09
8.82
10.39
13.43
17.45

.257

41.7

10.92

.235
.231
.267
.282
.260
.260
.251
.290
.250
.275
.289
.225

Divisions Nos. 8-7.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
O ne..
T w o 1.
Three
Four.
F ive.
S i x .. .
Seven
E igh t.
T o t a l.............

20

.350
.295
.200
.249
.247
.220
.301
.314

11.43

Grand to ta l2.

.262

S T IC K E R S : M A L E S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................

$0,290
.290
.345
.290

70.5
37.0
58.8
45.0

$18.73
10.73
20.27
13.05

$0,266
.290
.345
.290

T otal................

.308

52.5

16.02

.305

.290
.250
.315
.300
.260
.260
.300
.290
.275
.290

22.0
45.0
53.0
40.0
49.0
56.0
46.3
38.8
75.0
40.0

6.38
11.25
16.69
12.00
12.51
14.55
13.70
11.23
20.62
11.60

.290
.250
.315
.300
.255
.260
.296
.290
.275
.290

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................
F ive.....................
Six........................
Seven...................
Eight1.................
Nine1...................
T en ......................

44.2

T otal................
Grand to ta l3. .

15

12.49

47.5

13.90

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total for 21 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
Included.




219

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
S H E E P -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

SH ACKLERS: MALES— Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate o f wages per hour.

421
25
32£
52|
m
35
55
57|
40
30
50
45
m
60
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27h
32^
35
52£
55
57£
40
42^
30
60 over.
45
50
37 h
m
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

,
1

1
i
;
i

1
1
1
2
1
1

1

1
. i
!
t

2

1
|

2
2
7

1
3
2
3

2

15

4

10
11
12

!
1
!_____
......... 1
..........
1
......... 1 . . . .
' 1"
t
1
i
1
1
i
1
1
|
i
1
I
i
1
!
!
......... 1
..........
2
2 ......... i.......... 1
.......... 1
..................................
1
|
......... 1
.......... 1
..........
2 1
2
1
1
1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

S T IC K E R S : M A LE S.
!

1
-

1
1
1 1
i
2 i.........

......... 1 .................... 1
2
i

2

4

1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
3

2

4

I "
i

23
24

_____ i_____ !_____ 1
_____
i

4

6

1

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1
1

3

1

2

* Total for 12 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




220

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A , — AVERAGE

RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
S H E E P -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

JOINT B R E A K E R S: MALES.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................

$0,243
.275
.275
.275

57.0
44.0
55.0
45.0

T otal................

.266

51.1

.285
.260
.293
.275
.300
.300
.300

67.0
57.0
49.0
53.0
34.0
40.0
106.0
82.5

Division and establish­
ment number.

Line
No.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.
22*
20
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
$13.58
12.10
14.90
12.37

1
i
I
I

$0,238
.275
.271
.275

13.40 |

.262

17.00
15.56
12.74
15.50
11.00

.254
.273
.260
.292
.324
.300
.300
.287

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four....................
F ive.....................
Six........................
Seven1.................
E ight...................

54.4

T otal................
Grand to ta l2. .

15 i

12.00

31.80
23.65
15.37
14.45

.275

.273

S C A L P E R S : M ALES.
j

1
|

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
1
3

$0.250
.260
.245

36.0
44.0
71.2

$9.00
11.44
17.09

T otal.......................

13
14
15

5

.249

58.7

14.34

.244

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

.315
.235
.235
.300
.285
.345
.315
.260
.300
.225
.290
.273

45.0
66.5
15.5
39.0
50.0
34.0
47.5
62.3
115.5
124.0
41.0
59.0

14.17
15.50
3.63
12.00
14.25
13.80
14.36
16.85
31.85
27.90
11.89
16.70

.315
.233
.235
.308
.285
.406
.302
.271
.276
.225
.290
.283

i
$0.250
.260 ........... !............
............
.240 ........... 1

3
3

Division No. 2.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................
S i*________________
Seven........................
E igh t..........................
N in e1........................
T e n 1..........................
Eleven........................
Twelve........................

1
1
1
2

1
1

1

Total........................

12

.282

48.4

13.89

.287

2

Grand total ®
..........

17

.272

51.4

14.02

.273

5

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 Total for 11 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




221

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.

S H E E P -K IL L IN G D E PA R T M E N T — C o n tin u ed .
JO IN T B R E A K E R S : H A L E S .

Num ber w ho received each classified rate o f wages per hour.

321
30
371
521
271
35
25
42|
55
571
45
50
40
60
47|
and and and and and ana and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
321
271
35
371
55
30
521
571
40
421
45
471
50
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

i

1

.......... I...........
..........
"■ i” .......
i

.......... I............

5

1
2
3
4

i

t

i
2
2

Line
No.

!
i

1

5
6

i

1
1
1
1

7

1
1

i
l
l

1
!
2 |

3

8

1

,
i

3

3

8
9
10
11
12

i
j

3

S C A L P E R S : M A LE S.
!
♦

1

13
14
15

** ‘ i.........

1

1

2

|

i
1

......... j

1

!
j

......... |
..........
i

..

1G
17
18
19

1
i

1

1
2

23
24
25
26
27

1
1

1
1

3

3

3

i

......... !..........

5

3

3

i

......... 1 . . . .
I

2
0
21
2
2

1

1

3 Total for 13 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




222

S L A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W AG ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R

E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y R A TE S,

SHEEP-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
MISCELLANEOUS WORKERS (HOOKERS-UP, FORE QUARTERS AND HIND LEGS, JAW
SKINNERS, RAISERS AND TIERS OF WEASANDS, CUTTERS-OFF OF TOES, COD
PUNCHERS, SHOULDER PUNCHERS, LEG ROLLERS, LEG CROSSERS, AND SHANK
PINNERS).

Line
No.

D ivision and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber ol
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.
20
221
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22|
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o......................
Three...................
F our....................

$0,262
.245
.250
.250

62.6
43.8
69.6
46.3

$15.59
10.74
17.22
11.58

.251

55.8

13.54

.250
.233
.248
.260
.263
.260
.260
.250
.290
.245

52.3
27.5
39.5
60.0
34.0
39.8
52.0
41.4
71.9
116.0
70.3
46.2

12.92
6.46
9.80
15.60
10.50
10.27
13.50
10.34
21.51
28.48
19.76
13.18

.255

44.6

11.83

Establishment N o.:
One.......................
T w o 1....................
Three...................
F our.....................
F iv e .....................
S ix........................
Seven...................
E ig h t...................
N ine.....................

.385
.340
.303
.275
.265
.275
.257
.295
.250

50.0
61.5
46.0
51.2
39.9
55.0
19.3
37.6
26.0

19.19
21.48
15.71
15.64
11.19
15.13
11.55
11.24
6.50

Total................

.282

41.2

12.83

Total................

29

$0,249
.245
.247
.251

Division No. 8.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o......................
Three...................
F ou r....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
S even...................
E igh t...................
N in e i...................
Ten i ....................
Eleven.................
T w elve................
Total.........

35

.247
.235
.248
.260
.309
.258
.260
.250
.299
.246
.281
.285

Divisions Nos. 8-7.

.349
.342
.306
.281
.275
.600
.299
.250
.312

~46.7

Grand t o ta l2. .

7272 I

21

LEGGERS (FORE AND HIND): MALES.
Division No. 1.

29

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o......................
Three...................
F our....................

6
6
13
10

$0,315
.315
.315
.315

49.4
49.6
60.2
48.2

$15.75
15.17
18.96
15.41

$0.319
.308
.315
.320

Tot ul................
35
.315
53.1
1G 75
.
.315
1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




223

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
S H E E P -K IL L IN G

D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.

MISCELLANEOUS WORKERS (HOOKERS-UP, FORE QUARTERS AND HIND LEGS, JAW
SKINNERS, RAISERS AND TIERS OF WEASANDS, CUTTERS-OFF OF TOES, COD
PUNCHERS, SHOULDER PUNCHERS, LEG ROLLERS, LEG CROSSERS, AND SHANK
PINNERS).

N um ber who received each classified rate o f wages per hour.

25
27*
32*
30
37%
52*
424
57*
35
40
50
55
45
60
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under un
under under under under under under cents
and
32*
27*
35
30
42*
37%
40
45
52*
55
50
57*
60
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
6
2
8

2

17

3

1

1
2
3
4

1
1

1
1
1
1
1
4
1
4
5
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1
1
.........
1

1

4

4
7
20

1

7

1
3

1
3
2
2

1
2
1

6 |

2

16

i

|
..........!..........
i
i
I

1

2

|

......... !..

1

2

I
i

1

i
1

1

3

2 |
2 1

1
1

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

1
1

3

45

1
1

1

1
8

Line
No.

,|.......... I .
!
1

!
i

LEGGERS (FORE AND HIND): MALES.

6
6
13
10
..........
35 !..........1

26
27
28
29
..........1
..........

* Total for 22 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




224

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D

M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

T a b l e A ___A V E R A G E 'R A T E OP WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E NUM BER

EARN IN GS P E R H O UR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY RATES,

SHEEP KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
L E G O E R S (F O R F A N D H I N D ): M A L E S —Concluded.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied i ate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

E ight..........................
Nine ........................
T en .............................
E le v e n ....................
T w e lv e ......................
Thirteen1 .................
Fourteen1...................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen.......................

1
3
3
2
4
1
3
5
4
4
4
4
4
6
4
4

$0.315
.335
.315
.325
.340
.365
.345
.340
.353
.340
.340
.340
.340
.340
.340
.340

45.0
60.3
37.0
45.0
37.5
52.0
50.0
56.1
33.0
45.1
56.0
40.0
84.5
91.7
60.8
38.4

$14.17
18.58
18.22
14.63
13.70
18.58
17.25
18.84
13.07
14.81
19.21
13.82
28.73
31.54
21.48
15.43

$0.315
.308
.492
.325
.365
.357
.345
.336
.396
.328
.343
.346
.340
.344
.354
.402

Total........................

Line
No.

46

.339

46.8

16.62

.355

3
2
5
6
3
4
1

.377
.275
.311
.270
.350
.395
.350

47.7
50.0
44.1
33.9
117.8
44.0
40.0

18.00
13.74
15.39
8.93
39.83
17.81
21.00

.378
.275
.349
.263
.338
.405
.525

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22*
earnings.
20
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Establishment N o.:

Divisions Nos. 8-7.
17
18
19
23
21
22
23

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
Two ........................
Three ........................
F our............................
Five 1........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................

3

Total........................

21

.319

42.0

14.49

.344

3

Grand to ta l2.. . .

102

.327

48.0

16.22

.338

3

BRISKET OR BREAST PULLERS: M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
2
3
7
4

$0.345
.322
.315
.310

63.8
61.2
56.6
50.8

$21.34
18.29
18.11
16.18

$0,335
.299
.320
.319

........... i............

Total.......................

24
25
26
27

Establishment No.:
One ............................
Two ........................
Three..........................
Four............................

16

.319

56.9

18.06

.317

........... 1
............

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




225

G E N E R AL T A B L E S .

O P H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
LEGGER.S (FORE AND H IN D ): MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
57;
52;
32*
42
55
45
25
35
37
50
30
40
and and and an<
and
and an< cents
and
and and and an
and an
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
27*
45
32*
42*
60
57*
50
52*
55
47*
35
30
37*
40
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

4£
7

Line
No.

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
37

17
18
19
20
21
22
23

1 i-

5 I
BRISKET OR BREAST PULLERS: M
ALES.

1
3
2
6 ......... !

2
2
4
2
10

24
25
26
27

!
I
..........!..........

'

i

i

___

*

..........1
.......... ' . / . . . . I ...........!.......... :..........

1

2 Total for 24 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
9 5 1 2 1 ° — 1 9 — B u ll. 2 5 2 ----- 1 5




22G

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOCJR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
S H E E P -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
B R ISK E T OR B R E A ST PU LLE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Lino
N o.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy-

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average 'Average
hours
Average
worked earnings hourly
per
earnings.
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.
22i
20
and
U nder and
20
under under
cents.
22h
cents. cents.

Division No. IS
.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o....................
Three.................
F our...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
N ine...................
T en ....................
Eleven...............
Twelve 1............
Thirteen1..........
F ourteen..........
Filteen..............

$0,345
.345
.370
.325
.370
.345
.3C3
.370
.370
.370
.357
.370
.370
.370
.323

45.3
71.0
43.5
45.0
39.0
50.0
42.3
24.0
19.0
56.0
42.0
85.5
106.0
60.5
56.8

$15.64
22. 57
15. Cl
14. C2
14.80
17.25
15.24
8.88
7.03
20.70
15.30
31. C3
39.22
22.38
20.52

$0,345
.318
.359
.325
.'379
.345
.361
.370
.370
.370
.364
.370
.370
.370
.361

Total..............

.355

47. e

17.05

.358

Grand t o ta l2.

.341
F A C E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o....................... .
T hree..........................
F our............................

4
4
12
7

$0,420
.420
.420
.420

56.9
45.8
65.4
48.4

$23.22
19.22
27.46
20.25

$0,408
.420
.420
.418

Total........................

27

.420

56.8

23.74

.418

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F ive............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
E leven........................
Tw elve........................
Thirteen1...................
Fourteen1...................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen........ .............

4
2
3
1
4
1
2
5
3
2
3
3
5
3
6
4

.420
.420
.420
.400
.445
.445
.440
.445
.445
.445
. 445
.450
.450
.450
.450
.445

38.0
55.0
40.2
45.0
30.9
52.0
48.5
52.0
34.7
33.0
56.0
41.2
97.2
101.3
47.8
42.3

15.93
23.10
33.47
18.00
13. 94
22.55
21.60
23.14
17.80
14.63
24.77
19.86
45.53
45.63
21.52
24.79

j
.419
i
.420
i
.833
1
.400
1
.451
1
.434
1
.445
............ i ..
.445 ........... 1
1
;
.513
.445
............ 1
.442 ........... 1
1
1
.482
)
|
.468
j
|
. 450
.450 ........... !............ (............
I
1
.587

Total........................

43

.440

43.7

21.17

.485 ........... :............ i............

Division No. 2.

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




227

GEN ERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— C o n tin u ed .
B R ISK E T OR B R E A ST P U LL E R S: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27i
30
321
37£
42;
40
25
59
52§
35
45
55
and
and ana and and and an i
am
and I and and
and a
4?d
under u n d er under under under under under under under under under .under under
32*
40 ' 42£
45
30
3;j
50
35
52* | 55
27£
47!
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents cents.

16

F A C E R S : M A LE S.

4
4
12
7
27

4
2
3
1
4
1
2
5
3
2
3

1

3
5
3
6
4
..........1
..........

1

10

24

9 1.........

j

2Total for 17 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with*biweekly pay rolls not
included.




228

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR. AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SH EEP-KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
FACERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
2
3
4
1
3
1
1

$0,445
.445
.410
.428
.333
.417
.325
.275

45.0
69.0
31.0
47.0
120.0
49.3
40.0
42.5

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
221
20
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
221
25
cents. cents.

Divisions Nos. 3-7.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o.1..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive1...........................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

$20.02
35.98
13.35
20.05
40.00
25.00
19.50
11.69

$0,445
.521
.431
.427
.333
.507
.488
.275

Total.......................

14

.406

43.0

19.03

.443

Grand to ta l2.........

84

.428

47.8

21.64

.453

RUMPERS AND BACK PULLERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment No.:
O n e.............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
F our............................

4
4
9
8

$0,295
.300
.294
.295

50.0
44.0
51.7
49.6

$14.28
13.20
15.24
14.41

$0.285
.300
.295
.290

Total.......................

25

.296

49.5

14.50

.292

1
1
1
1
1
1

46.0
36.0
48.5
31)10
52.0
50.0
52.7
34.0
52.0
65.8
66.3
100.3
61.3
56.7

14.49
9.24
13.32
13.00
16.62
16.25
16.85
13.00
15.40
20.58
21.74
33.61
19.74
20.86

.315
.257
.275
.333
.320
.325
.320
.382
.296
.313
.328
.335
.322
.368

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T en.............................
E lev en 1......................
T w elv e1.....................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................

1
1
2
5
3
2
3

.315
.290
.275
.325
.325
.325
.320
.325
.315
.325
.325
.325
.323
.325

Total........................

18

.318

52.2

16.95

.325

2
2
2
3
1
1
2
1

.388
.313
.208
.278
.375
.250
.338
.303

46.5
42.0
37.0
55.2
44.0
124.5
40.5
50.5

17.51
11.94
10.47
15.17
16.50
31.10
17.15
15.28

.377
.284
.283
.275
.375
.250
.423
.303

Divisions Nos. 3-7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F ive............................
Six 1.............................
Seven..........................
Eight...........................
:

Total........................

13 |

.320

45.5

14. 73

.323

Grand total3..........

56

.309

49.5

15.33

.310

........... j

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 Total for 24 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




229

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C on tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLIN G D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
FACERS: MALES—Concluded.

(Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
27*
32*
30
57*
25
37*
40
45
35
50
55
60
42|
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
42*
60 over.
30
37*
57*
35
40
45
52*
55
50
27*
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

1

2
2

i

2
2

1

2

1
1

.........

1
2

1

2

2

6

2

1

2

39

30

1

|

9

---------

i
i
1

i

RTJMPERS A N D B A C K P U L L E R S : M ALES.
i

2
5
4

2
4
4
4

1
1

1
4

9
10
11
12
1

1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1
1

2

1
1
1
1
1

1

1
2

5

2
5
3
1
3

23
t
26

24
25

1
1
|

j
1
1

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1

i

1
1
1

1

1
1

2

1

15

4
23

3
14 1
1

1

1

1

1

1

1

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1

I
...................
1

1
i

3 Total for 23 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
Included.




230

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R ,

A YE RAGE NUM BER
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

SH EEP-KILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
B R ISK E T OR B REAST S P LIT T E R S : MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Four............................

1
1
3
2

$0,275
.315
.290
.315

68.0
44.0
53.0
46.5

$17.49
13.86
15.11
14.65

$0,257
.315
.285
.315

T otal.....................

7

.299

52.0

15.14

.291

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o....................... .
Three..........................
F our............................
F ive............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t1........................
N ine1..........................
T en ..............................

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

.290
.235
.340
.260
.315
.260
.325
.340
.340
.315

69.0
56.0
60.5
34.0
40.0
80.5
40.0
104.5
106.0
39.0

19.10
12. 76
19.97
10.40
12.60
20.55
13.00
34.20
36.04
13.39

.277
.228
.330
.306
.315
.255
.325
.327
.340
.343

Total.......................

Lino
No.

10

.300

51.9

15. 51

.299 |

.299

51.9

15.36

.296

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4

Establishment N o.:
T w o ............................

Division No. 2.
5
6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Grand tota l2..........

|

11
7

1

|

1
1

PELT DROPPERS: MALES.
Division No. i.

4

2

$0,250
.260
.260
.260

75.0
44.0
69.1
51.0

$17.88
11.44
17.80
13.16

$0,238
.200
.258
.258

Total.......................

15
17
18

Establishment No.:
One.............................
16
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................

8

.259

62.2

15.85

.255

1
1
2
1

.300
.285
.230
.275

40.0
57.5
72.5
143.0

12.00
16.38
18. C
O
38.40

.300
.2S5
.257
.209

1
1

Division No. 2.
19
20
21
22

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
F our1..........................
Total.......................

4

.276

60.6

16.40

.270

Grand tota l3 ........

12

.265

61.7

16.03

.260

.SCRUBBERS, WASHERS, AND WIPERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
6
6

$0,225
.2:5

47.9
30.6

$10.79
8.23

$0.225
.225

2

T otal.......................

23
24

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o..................: .........

12

.225

42.3

9.51

.225

2

4

6
10

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 Total for 12 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly p a y rolls n ot
included.




231

GENERAL, TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R S E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— C o n tin u ed .
B R ISK E T OR B REAST S P LIT T E R S: MALES.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

line
N o.

52J
32%
57!
50
271
37!
55
421
40
30
35
45
25
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under
under under
and
60
57!
50
30
55
40
27!
35
45
4?%
32!
374
47J
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

;

1
3
2
4

!
i
!

_____ 1
..........

3

1

i

j
i

!
1

,
2

i
......... |
i..........
j
!
......... .......................
i
i
■ i
i.........
i

i
1
l

1
1
1
2

2

1

3

5

6 |

3

]

3

2

j
1

10
11
12
13
11
i

......... 1
.......... 1
..........
i
i
i

i
' 'i

PELT DROPPERS: MALES.
i
1
i
1
1
4
2

15
16
17
18

8

l

19
20
21
22

1
2

i

2

1

10 |

l

1

........1.......... ......... |
.......... 1..........

......... I..........

l

I
1

SCRUBBERS, WASHERS, AND WIPERS: MALES.
i
i

!

|
........... 1
..........

..........i..........

|

23
24

..........i.......... ..........i.......... i..........

3 Total for 7 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




232
T a b le

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A — AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
S H E E P -K IL L IN G D E P A R T M E N T — C on tin u ed .
SCRUBBERS, WASHERS, AND WIPERS: MALES.—C oncluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber ol
em­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average Average
hours
Average
rate of
I
wages
worked earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
per
per
20
week.
week.
hour.
Under and

22}

and
20
under under
cents.
22\
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o.......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
Five.......................
S ix.........................
Seven.....................
E ight1...................
N ine1.....................
Ten........................
Total..................

$0,225
.210
.250
.235
.235
.230
.250
.250
.250
.250

$10.57
7.97
7.47
11.87
4.46
6.57
5.81
20.59
23.80
9.71

$0,225
.210
.255
.235
.235
.228
.250
.250
.250
.287

.234

33.3

8.03

.241

.300
.250
.225
.235
.210
.200
.275
.250
.248

31

47.0
38.0
29.3
50.5
19.0
28.8
23.3
82.4
95.2
33.9

51.0
79.3
34.3
30.2
50.0
124.5
46.0
50.0
55.5

15.28
19.81
8.12
7.09
10.50
24.90
12.65
12.50
13.74

.300
.250
.237
.235
.210
.200
.275
.250
.248

Divisions Nos. 8-7.
Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o 1 .....................
Three....................
Four......................
F iv e .......................
Six1........................
Seven....................
E igh t.....................
N ine......................
T otal.................
Grand to ta l2. ..

10.08
63

CAUL PULLERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment No.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three................

$0,305
.300
.305

T ota l..............

.304

46.0
44.0
64.7

$14.03
13.20
19.28

$0,305
.300

17.01

.300

.274
.330
.327
.314
.279
.330
.330
.307
.373

Division No. 2.
Establishment No.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
F iv e ...................
S ix1....................
Seven1...............
E igh t.................
N ine..................
T otal..............
Grand total3.

.290
.330
.330
.300
.285
.330
.330
.312
.315
13

72.5
40.0
51.8
40.8
65.0
90.0
91.0
58.2
38.0

19.88
13.20
16.92
12.81
18.15
29.70
30.03
17.84
14.17

.313

52.2

16.32

53.5 !

16.52 I
I

.309

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total lor 17 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

233

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLING D EPARTM EN T— C o n tin u e d .
SCRUBBERS, W ASHERS, AND W IP E R S: MALES.—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
25
35
37*
45
32*
30
40
50
52*
55
57*
60
47|
and
and
and and and and and iS a
and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
35
45
40
32*
30
50
55
60 over.
cents. cents. cents. cents.
cents. 4 1 cents. J Z l cents.
cents. J 1 L

j
1

2 I
8
8 i
7 ,
10

1

1
2
1

1

.........
3
1
3
13 |

3

1

1

3

1

1

......... !.......... I..........
i
i

j
!

j
1

C A U L P U L L E R S : M ALES.

3 Total for 10 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included,.




234
T able

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SH EEP-KILLIN G D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
GUTTERS (BUNG DROPPERS AND RIPPERS-OPEN): MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

1
2
2
4

$0,250
.250
.260
.255

69.0
44.0
60.0
41.3

$16.56
11.00
15.60
10.48

$0,240
.250
.260
.254

T otal.......................

9

.254

49.1

12.41

.253

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
T e n i............................
E leven1......................
T w elv e.......................
Thirteen.....................

1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2

.275
.260
.315
.288
.300
.300
.315
.355
.330
.290
.290
.290
.305

34.0
27.5
44.5
44.3
65.0
24.0
45.0
58.5
45.0
87.5
29.8
68.0
49.0

9.35
7.15
13.83
12.55
19.02
7.20
1377
20.35
15.25
25.35
8.45
19.82
18.44

T ota l.......................

Line
No.

17

.305

49.1

15.34

.275
.260
.311
.284
.293
.300
.306
.348
.339
.290
.284
.291
.376 i...........
.313

1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1

.425
.320
.288
.250
.275
.225
.350
.458

49.0
69.0
59.5
28.0
63.3
119.5
44.0
40.0

20.91
25.97
16.47
7.00
17.40
26.90
15.40
27.50

.425
.376
.277
.250
.275
.225
.350
.688

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
earnings.
m
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
22%
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4

Division No. 2.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Division Nos. 3-7.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 1...........................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 1............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
T otal.......................

8

.326

50.8

17.32

.341

Grand to ta l2.........

34

.297

49.5

15.03

1

.304
i

HEADERS AND NECK TRIMMERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
1
3
2

$0,250
.260
.260

60.0
55.7
47.0

$14.58
14.42
12.22

T otal.......................

26
27
28

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

6

.258

53.5

13.71

$0,243
.259
.260
.256 ;

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




235

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLIN G D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
GUTTERS (BUNG DROPPERS AND R IP PE R S-O PE N ): MALES.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
37*
42*
25
52*
35
40
30
45
50
3°*
57*
55
60
47i
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cen+s
and
30
32*
40
42*
47*
35
37*
45
50
27*
60
5?*
55
57*
cents. cents. cents cents cents cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2
2
4
9

1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1
1

1

1
1
2
2
1
1

1

6

7

1

2

1
1

1

1
1

..........

2
1
1
1

3 !

1

11

9 |
1

8

1

1
2

1

1 I
1

1 |

1

1

J
j

i.........

.. .

HEADERS AND NECK TRIMMERS: MALES.
j

1
3
2
6

|
i

i

i
i
j
......... i..........

28
27
23
.j

.

.

8 Total for 21 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




236
T a b le

SLAU G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SHEEP-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
HEADERS AND NECK TRIMMERS: MALES—Concluded.
!

1

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
1
1
2
2
2
2

$0.235
.300
.235
.270
.270
.275
.273

53.0
55.0
35.0
38.3
59.3
57.0
41.5

$12.56
15.52
8.22
12.76
15.91
15.67
13.26

T otal.......................

9

.267

46.3

13.29

Grand total2.........

Line
N o.

15

.264

49^2~

lST^T |

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
20
22%
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22%
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive1......................
Six.............................
Seven..........................

1

$0,237
.282
.235
.333
.269
.275
.319

1

2 1
1
2

.287 _______
.274

DRESSERS (RIB SAWYERS OR BOSTON GUTTERS, SETTERS OR BOSTON SETTERS,
CAUL DRESSERS, AND DRESSERS): MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment N o One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our.....................

$0.3

$23.83
18.91
24.76
18.11

$0,381

.394

56.4

22.00

.3 9 0

.408
.408
•395
.325
.398
.443
.410
.413
.415
.428
.445
.421
.418
.397
.418
.424

45.0
65-1
47.1
51.5
41.5
53.3
50.5
53.8
37.2
33.7
56.0
33.5
90.0
96.2
60.5
41.8

18.34
30.11
19.19
18.62
16.51
22.68
20.85
22.22
16.99
14.00
24.25
14.77
37.68
39.82
25.68
20.16

.408
.462
.407
.362
.426
.391
.413
.413
.457
.416
.433
.441
.419
.414
.424
.482

48.2

20.66

.428

.445
.470
.261
.240

45.0
82.3
31.0
42.9
69.0

17.77
34. 89
14.57
n . 28
16.56

.395
.424
.470
.263
.240

.301

T otal................

62.6
47.0
63.8
46.2

44.9

13.17

.293

51.0 I

20.62

.404

.4 0 2

.388
.392

Division No. 2.
Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
T h ree..................
Four....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven..................
E ig h t...................
N ine....................
T e n ......................
Eleven.................
Tw elv e................
Thirteen1...........
Fourteen1...........
Fifteen................
Sixteen...............
T ota l................

Divisions Nos. 3-7.
Establishment N o. :
One......................
T w o 1...................
Three...................
Four.....................
F ive.....................
T o ta l...............
Grand to ta l3. .

112

1 !

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the tc
total.
a Total for 9 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




237

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EEP-KILLING D EPAR TM EN T— C o n tin u e d .
HEADERS AND NECK TRIMM ERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

321
27*
35
371
40
521
25
30
50
45
571
55
42i
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
321
30
421
521
271
40
50
35
371
45
55
571
60
471
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

D R E S S E R S (R IB S A W Y E R S O R B O S T O N C U T T E R S , S E T T E R S O R B O S T O N S E T T E R S .
C A U L D R E S S E R S , A N D D R E S S E R S ): M A L E S.

1
6
5
13
6

1
1
1
1

1
1
2
2

1

30

4

6

1

2
2
3

1
1

1
1
1

l
...........

1
1

i

l

l

8

4
1
2
6
4
2
1
3
5
3
7
5
35

i
1

1

2
2

1

3

1

9

l
i

2

i
1

27
28
29
30
31

1

1
38

36

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

3

l

l

1

1

1
1
1
2

1

!
1

J ........
i
!
1

i
i
i
i
i
i
i

1

1
1
1

10
11

l
6

1

10

9

3

1

3 Total for 22 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
not included.




238

SLA U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A . ^ - A V E R / ^ E R A T E O P W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
J
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
SH EEP-KILLING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
LUGGERS: MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

3
1
6
4

$0,235
.250
.235
.250

37.8
65.0
58.8
51.0

$8.81
15. 72
13. 71
12.60

$0.233
. 242
.233
.247

6

T otal.......................

Lino
No.

14

.240

52.5

12.48

.238

9

1
2
2
1
1
2
2
3
1

.235
.260
.260
.260
.260
.280
.270
.280
.260

43.5
53. 5
24. 5
40.0
62.5
131.5
154.0
62. 5
38.0

10.18
13.71
6.35
10.40
16.90
35.75
40.62
17. 45
11. 70

.234
.256
.259
.260
.270
.270
.264
.279
.308

1

11

.263

48.0

12.88

...........
.269 |

25

.250

50.5

12. 66 j

.251

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
ana
Under and
20
under under
2?i
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4

3

Division No. 2.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ....................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six*.............................
S even 1........................
E igh t..........................
N ine..........................
Total

...................

Grand to ta l2. .

1
10

1

M
EN
UTILITY M
EN SPELLERS, HANDY M
,
EN ALL-ROUND .
,

Division No. 1.
E stablishment N o.:
One.................... .
T w o .............

1
1

$0.375
.333

60.0
60.0

$22.50
20.00

$0.375
.333

2

.354

60.0

21.25

.354

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ........................
Three..........................
Four
k
Five .......................

1
1
5
1
2

.325
. 415
.311
.475
.275

52.0
48. 5
49.0
51. 5
32. 8

16.62
19.82
15. 29
24. 45
9.00

.320
.411
.312
.475
.275

Total .....................

10

.335

46.3

15. 54

.336

Grand total ..

14
15

12

.338

48.5

16. 50

.340

Total

...........

Division No. S.
16
17
18
19
20

SHEEP OR CALF BUTCHERS: M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
21

Establishment N o.:
One..........................

2

$0.400

49.5

$19. 58

$0.395

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total for 11 establishments with weekly pay rolls; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not included.




239

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
SH EE P-K ILLIN G D EPARTM EN T— C o n tin u e d .
LUGGERS: MALES.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52^
32!
421
55
37!
57!
30
50
25
45
40
35
27i
60
47^
and
and
and and and an I and and and and and and and and
und3r under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
37i
57!
27!
52!
55
40
50
60
30
35
45
3?!
4 "!
4~!
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents cents cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

1
4

--------1

i

5

2
2
1
1
2

10
11
12
13

2
1

3

7

3

12

3

i
*T "

i
..........I..........

i
1"

U TILITY MEN, SPELLERS, HANDY MEN, ALL-ROUND MEN.
j

1

14
15

1
1

1

1

16
17
18
19
20

1
1

2

2
1

2
3

2

3

3

2

4




1

1

1

1

1

SHEEP OR CALF BUTCHERS: MALES.

21

2
1

240

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A __ AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SHEEP-KILLING DEPARTMENT—Continued.
SHEEP OR CALF BUTCHERS: MALES—C ontinued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One1............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

2
1
1

$0,359
.285
.325

114. 8
52.0
34.0

$40.93
14.82
11. 87

T o ta l.......................

2

.305

43.0

13. 35

Establishment N o :
O n e ............................
T w o ............................
Three1........................
F o u r 1.........................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T en..............................
Eleven........................
T w elv e.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................

2
2
*4
1
2
2
4
2
4
17
2
1
7
5

.350
.423
.445
.445
.359
.459
.406
.400
.347
1.025
.733
.302
.394
.339

48.3
51. 0
35.5
129.0
63.0
62.0
44.6
57.0
55. 8
31.0
45.0
50.0
37.0
44.5

17. 50
22.13
32.33
57.40
22. 58
27. 50
18.17
22.80
19.18
33. 45
32. 98
15.10
14. 60
15.43

.363
.434
.911
.445
.358
.444
.407
.400
.344
1.080
.733
.302
.395
.347

T o t a l......................

50

.613

42.2

24. 07

.570

Grand total *..........

Line
N o.

54

.594

42.5

23.51

.553

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
22*
earnings.
20
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
22*
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3

$0.357
i
.285
............
.349 ........... 1
1
!
1
1
.310

Divisions Nos. 3-7.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

!

i

SCRUBBERS, WASHERS, AND WIPERS: FEMALES.
Division No. 2.
18

E stablishment N o.:
One..............................

4

$0,150

54.3

$8.16

$0.150

<4

Division No. 4Establishment N o.:
One..............................

2

.175

23.8

4.15

.175

52

Grand to ta l.........

19

6

.158

44.1

6.82

.155

66

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eek lyp a y-roil period and are not included in the total.
2 These men were given tim e to make up guaranty. Tnis accounts for the large rate as hourly earnings.
8 Total for 15 establishments with weekly p a y rolls only; 3 establishments with biw eekly p a y rolls not
included.




241

GE N E R AL T A BLES.

OP HOURS W O RK ED AND A V E R A G E EA RN IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D IV ISIO N S AN D ESTABLISH M EN TS— Continued.
SH EEP-KILLING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SHEEP OB. CALF BU TCH E RS: MALES—Continued.

N um ber who received each classified rate of Avages per hour.

52*
373
47]
323
57*
55
27*
30
25
45
35
40
50
42]
60
and
and an<
and ana and and
and an<
and
and an<
and an<
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
50
40
52*
30
37*
42*
45
47*
57*
60 over.
55
27*
35
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents.
cents. cents.

Line
No.

4
5
6

1 I.
2 .

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

1 I-

19

SCRUBBERS,' W
ASHERS, AND WIPERS: FEM
ALES.

•
j
18

1
i
i

1

1
1

4A t 15 and under 17* cents.
•A t 17* and under 20 cents,
c See notes to details.

9 5 1 2 1 ° — 1 9 — B u ll. 2 5 2 ----- 1 6




1
I

19

|

|

!

i

242

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . — A V E R A G E

RATE OF W AGES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

OFFAL (OTHER TH AN HIDES AN D CASINGS) D E P A R T M E N T.
CHISSLERS, CHEEKERS, AND TEM PLERS: MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o l wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber ol
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate ol
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................

8
1
1
13
5
12

$0.272
.806
.350
.357
.320
.324

57.6
55.5
6.0
62.1
46.4
52.0

$15.56
30.40
2.10
21.86
14.48
16.92

$0.270
.548
.350
.352
.312
.325

5

Total........................

40

.337

54.7

17.92

.328

5

5
4
5
3
3
2
5
8
3
4
5

49.0
86.1
42.1
54.8
55.2
48.0
46.1
42.5
59.5
37.5
56.1
27.3
59.0
108.5
84.9
45.3
50.3
52.5

13. 43
26.25
13.63
24.14
16.55
12.04
16.50
14. 28
22.91
15.01
15.35
11.03
26.02
53. 75
24.26
15. 50
19.53
24.38

.274
.305
.324
.440
.300
.251
.358
.336
.385
.400
.274
.405
.441
.495
.286
.342
.388
.464

1
1

1
5
9
9
2

.274
.288
.325
.513
.300
.250
.385
.328
.437
.374
.277
.433
.507
.495
.281
.331
.401
.464

68

.361

47.9

16.88

.352

3

Establishment N o . :
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 1 ............................
Seven1 ......................
E ig h t..........................
N in e 1 ................. .......
T en..............................

1
2
1
2
7
4
2
2
1
5

.315
.263
.250
.300
.296
.296
.310
.313
.315
.290

59.5
48.3
65.0
54.3
60.7
108.6
93.3
52.5
87.5
35.7

18.75
12.65
16.25
16.28
17.98
31.08
29.71
16.35
27.56
10.13

.315
.262
.250
.300
.296
.286
.319
.311
.315
.284

Total................ .......

20

.292

51.9

15.10

.291

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

1
1
2
2

.250
.522
.304
.288

65.5
35.0
51.0
52.0

16.07
17.20
15.79
14.09

.245
.491
.310
.271

Total........................

6

.326

51.1

15.50

.303

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
22!
and*
Under and
20
under Under
22!
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 1 ..........................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N in e............................
T en..............................
Eleven........................
Twelve........................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen1 .................
Fifteen1......................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen...............
Eighteen.....................
Total..................

2
3

1

Division No. 8.

Division No. 4.

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES,

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVE]
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OEFAL (O TH ER T H A N H IDES AN D CASINGS) D EPAR TM EN T.
CHISELERS, CHEEKERS, AND TEMPLERS : MALES.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

321
371
521
271
40
50
25
30
571
35
45
55
47k
60
42\
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under centr
and
321
421
40
35
371
30
521
571
60
45
50
55
271
471
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

2

|
i

1
1

2

1
1

1

2

3
2

2

2

1
1

1
2

2

2

1 1
1
2 1
3

1

1

9

2 i
3

i

1
1
4

5

6

5

4
3

6
8

1

1

1
1
1

11

10

1
1

15

2
6
1

3
2

2

2

5

1
2

11

2

1
2
4

i
1
i
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1

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1

4

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2

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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

23
24

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1
1
1

2

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3

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1
1

1
1

1
1
1

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1

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2

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1 ..........
j
1
3
1
1
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2

3

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8

13
11
12

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1
1

4

6
i

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3
2
1

3
4
5

_____ !_____
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3 1
3 1

1
2

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

i

1
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1 1
..................... 1
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..........

35
36
37
38

244
T a b le

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTMENT—C on tin u ed.
CHISELERS, CHEEKERS, AND TEMPLERS: M
ALES—
Concluded.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Averag9
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
3
1
1

$0. 325
.425
.300
. 232
.250
.250

54.5
55.5
48.0
31.5
47.5
56.0

$17. 71
23.59
14.40
7. 38
11.85
17.55

$0. 325
.425
.300
. 234
. 250
.313

8

.281

44.5

13. 41

.301

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................

7
1

.250
.170

56.9
30.5

14. 21
5.18

.250
.170

i 1

Total........................

8

.240

53.6

13.09

.244

U

4
1
1
2
1
1

.288
.200
.275
.300
.175
.355

53.0
120.5
48.0
51.0
57.0
210.0

15. 40
24.10
13.20
15.28
9.98
74.55

.291
.200
.275
.300
. 175
.355

Total........................

8

.275

52.4

14.42

.275

31

Grand total 6..........

Line
No.

158

.330

50.6

16. 37

.324 1

62

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22£
20
and
Under and
under under
20
25
22J
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
1
One..............................
2
T w o ............................
3
Three..........................
4
Four............................ !
5
F ive ............................
6
Six...............................
Total........................

3
t
3

Division No. 6.
7
8

1
i

*
Division No. 7.
9
10
11
12
13
14

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
Two 2..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix 4 ............................

1
»1
1
11 !

M
ACHINE OPERATORS (SKULL SPLITTERS, JAW-BONE PULLERS, HORN SAWYERS,
TEETH GRINDERS): M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
Total..

9
3
2
34
12

$0,238
.245
.250
.237
.255

53.6
48.3
30.8
61.1
63.2

$12.66
12.13
7.69
14.43
15.81

$0.236
.251
.250
.236
.250

60

.241

5S.7

14.10

.240

30
33

1 A t 15 and under 17£ cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* A t 17£ and under 20 cents.
4 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




245

GENERAL TABLES.

O P H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u e d .
OFFAL (OTH ER T H A N H ID E S AN D CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
CHISELERS, CHEEKERS, AND TEM PLERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52i
57;
25
32£
55
35
30
S
7%
42% , 45
471
50
40
60
and
and and and and and and J and and and and and ani
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27%
37£
52i
55
57J
35
42%
60
45
47§
50
30
40
cents. cents.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. Icents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

.1

1.

Line
No.

1

1
2
3
4
5
6

1

7
8

9
10
11
12
13
14

18 |

19

8

3 !

M A C H IN E O P E R A T O R S (SK U LL. S P L IT T E R S , J A W -B O N E P U L L E R S , H O R N S A W Y E R S ,
T E E T H G R IN D E R S ): M A LE S.
!

1
2
4
1
2

i
_____
_ _ i_ _ _
1
!
i
!

1
1

i
i
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_ _ _ _I _ _
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i
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;

i

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1
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1
!
!

1
9
..........
1
........................................!
!
!
..........
!.......... i
1
.....................!
i
..........
1
..........
* Total for 44 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
and 1 establishment with m onthly pay roll not included.
6 See notes to details.




SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
,e A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O P W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R

E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
(O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
IINE OPERATORS (SKTTLL SPLITTERS, JAW -BON E PULLERS, HORN SAW YERS.
TE ETH GRIN DERS): MALES—Continued.

*u.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
20
22*
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o 1.................
Three.................
Four...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
N in e...................
T en ....................
E leven...............
Twel e..............
Thirteen............
Fourteen...........
Fifteen...............
Sixteen1............
Seventeen i ___
Eighteen...........
Nineteen...........
T w en ty.............
Total.............. .

$0.277
.290
.244
.300
.237
.292
.353
.417
.243
.288
.276
.243
.268
.543
.263
.255
.287
.267
.314
.258

48.
90.
55.
40.
60.
48.
41.
51.
54.
58.
49.
53.
59.
21.
52.
120.
99.
56.
50.
59.

$13.25
27.51
13. 62
12.15
13. 78
14.02
13.49
17.96
12.93
16.82
13.68
12.99
15.49
11.40
13.90
30. 51
28. 77
15.06
15.13
15.38

.284

53.1

42.3
48.6
48.7
50.7
54.0
103.4
121.5
50.0
51.0
62.8
105.8
47.9
41.7

11.32
13.71
12.41
13.26
15.62
26.03
32.80
13.13
12.09
19.45
36.87
12.07
10.04

.273

9.1

13.25

.243
.265
. 265
.307
.213

57.0
54.2
52.6
53.7
56.5

13.54
14.15
14.00
16.44
12.00

21

14. 51

.267
.321
.267
.258
.289
.255
.270
.263
.233
.313
.318
.247
.231

97

$0.276
.305
.244
.300
.230
.287
.327
.347
.239
.287
.277
.243
.259
.543
.265
.254
.289
.267
.301
.250

Division No. S.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................
F iv e ................... .
S ix1.................... .
Seven1............... .
E igh t..................
N ine....................
Ten......................
E leven1............. .
Twelve.............. .
Thirteen.............
Total................

48

.267
.282
.255
.262
.289
.252
.270
.263
.237
.310
.349
.252
.241

23

Division No. 4 .
34
35
36
37
38

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................

.238
.261
.266
.306
.212

Total..
23
.267
54.1
14.33
. 265 1..........
2
6
3figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




247

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N H IDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
MACHINE OPERATORS (SKULL SPLITTERS, JAW -BONE PULLERS, HORN SAW YERS,
TEETH GRINDERS j : MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
37*
52*
55
45
32*
35
27*
50
40
25
30
60
42\
47l
and and and a n ! and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57*
eo
52*
45
37*
42*
35
50
47*
40
32*
27*
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

7
1
1

2
1
1

1
1

2
1

2
1
2
2
1
1
3
4
6
4
6
1
3
1
33

1
4
1
2
3
1
1
1

1
7
2

1
2
3
2
1
1

1
1
5

2

21

1 I_____

1

1
1
1
I
1
i
i
......... 1
..........
1
1
|
......... 1
______
.
i
1
......... 1
.......... ........... 1
1 . .
1
1
I
......... 1
..........
i
......... i..........
i
..........
..........1

14

1

......... 1
..........
......... 1
..........
..........1
..........

1

2

1

1
1

1

4

1
1

1

2

1
3
5

5

i
i
i
i

1

1
1
2

2
3

2

15

12

1
2
5
1

I
I
I
i

1

1
1

I
7

2

!
|

i

i




1
1
1

i
i
i
:. *■**!..........
i

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_____ 1
____
..........1
.......... 1. . . . . .

l

2

i
i
r*
i *
1 1 1
1
1

...J ........ !.........!.........I

1

2 At 17* and under 20 cents.

1

I
..

j

. :

Line
No.

248

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N H ID ES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
JAW -BONE PULLI
MACHINE OPERATORS (SKULL SPLITTERS, JAW-BONE PULLERS, HORN SAWYERS,
TE---------------------------- -------------- "
' ' *
TEETH G RIN DERS): MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy-

Average
rate of

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

per
hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of
per hour.
22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................
F iv e....................
Six.......................
Seven..................
E ight..................
N ine....................
Ten......................
Eleven................

$0.300
.363
.375
.300
.256
.227
.225
.267
.278
.300
.300

50.0
52.0
44.5
50.3
58.4
44.5
63.5
57.5
63.8
51.0
54.0

$15.00
18.79
16.69
16.93
14.95
10.06
14.30
15.33
17.69
21.24
16.20

$0,300
.361
.375
.337
.256
..226
.225
.267
.277
.416
.300

Total................

.264

50.3

13. 75

.274

.323
.250
.323
.257
.299
.175

39.5
31.0
38.0
58.5
57.5
74.5

19.35
15.00
19.35
15.09
17.20
13.04

.490
.484
.509
.258
.299
.175

54.1

15. 97

.250
.250
.275
.250
.325
.326

49.5
54.5
119.3
53.5
56.0
55.0
261.7

14.25
13. 62
29.78
14.70
14.00
17.88
85. 75

.279

53.1

14. 77 |

.269

53.4

14.17

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o ................... .
Three..................
Four....................
F iv e....................
Six.......................
Total................

i 1

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o ................... .
Three2................
Four...................
F iv e ....................
Six......................
Seven 3.............. .
Total..............
Grand total *.

279

.250
.250
.275
.250
.325
.328

15 I

19

73

23
20

TRIMMERS: MALES.
[

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E ight...................
Total..

32
57
9
12
92
4
17
83

$0.253
.298
.356
.283
.284
.331
.326
.261

54.2
40. 8
54.3
54.2
63.1
49.1
53.4
55.5

$13. 47
12.26
17.76
14.95
17.52
16.56
17.03
14.44

$0,249
.300
.327
.276
.278
.337
.319
.260

3
1

306

.282

54.6

15.15

.277

4

13
1
57

* At 17* and under 20 cents.
a The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
8 The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




249

GENEBAL TABLES.

O P H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
MACHINE OPERATORS (SKU LL S P U T T E R S , JAW -BON E PULLERS, HORN SAW YERS,
TE ETH GRIN DERS): MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57%
25
m
52%
35
37^
30
45
55
42|
50
40
60
and
and
and an<
and an<
and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
55
45
37£
42%
27£
32|
52%
57%
60
30
47£
50
40
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

S
9
10
11

12
13
14
15
16
17

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2 |
-

T R IM M E R S : M A LE S.
!

3
22
7
40

2
1
2
6

1
76

4
1

149

16

1

1
6
19
1
1

2
1
4

28

8

1
1

t
i

1
3
7
2
4
1

17 i

2

i

2

3

3
!

3
4
2 i

s

7 I

2

|

1 1
......... 1
..........
I
I
..........r
* 1 ..........
i........|
......... 1
.......... !.......... :
l
!
1
i !......... ■
..........

2

4
1

i
‘

2 |
......... 1

25
26
27
2.8
29
.30
31
32

5

4 Total for 59 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




SLA U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
e A . — AVERAG E R A TE OF W AGES P E R H O U R , A V ER A G E N U M B ER

E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
tt, (O TH ER T H A N H IDES AN D CASINGS) D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
TRIM M ERS: MALES—-Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o 1...................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................
S ix........................
Seven...................
E ight...................
N ine....................
T en......................
Eleven.................
Twelve................
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............
Fifteen.................
Sixteen................
Seventeen1 ........
E ighteen1...........
Nineteen.............
T w en ty...............

18
19
20
11
17
5
9
44
17
30
30
31
24
19
10
21
18
38
24
34

$0,265
.271
.279
.288
.241
.265
.252
.291
.394
.337
.291
.276
.259
.280
.277
.283
.318
.300
.299
.265

48.1
79.5
64.7
52.4
52.6
56. 8
56.5
54.3
50. 8
47.2
56.0
43.2
43.3
52. 8
49.0
53.0
101.6
100.6
58.8
55.8

$12.83
23. 30
17.90
15.03
12. 52
15.03
14.37
15.48
16.71
15.24
16.23
12.04
10.87
14.54
13.27
14.99
32.63
30.21
17.54
14.90

$0.267
.293
.277
.287
.238
.265
.254
.285
.329
.323
.290
.278
.251
.275
.271
.283
.321
.300
.298
.267

Total................

364

.287

52.4

14.74

.281

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three 3.................
F our.....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven3.................
E ig h t3.................
N ine.....................
Ten.......................
Eleven.................
Tw elve3...............
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............

13
9
1
17
17
43
24
27
4
5
19
18
31
32

.287
.206
.225
.290
.290
. 289
.314
.321
.248
.310
.314
.317
.310
.272

46.5
44.9
16.0
48.3
56.4
57.0
115.1
101.8
56.1
53.1
63.9
88. 6
65! 0
41.8

13. 33
11. 89
3.60
13.45
16.20
16. 22
35.19
32.96
13. 97
16.47
20.15
29. 44
15.72
11.37

.287
.265
.225
.279
.287
. 284.306
.324
.249
.310
.315
.332
.242
.272

Total................

iu.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

190

.291

54.2

15.02

.277

12
27
47
41

.248
.235
.270
.257

53.0
44.6
53.9
57.1

13.37
11.23
14. 54
14. 40

127

.262

52.9

13. G
8

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
22*
20
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
25
22*
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

7
1
4
2
4

10
1
2

22

1

3
3
1

2

11

28

1

22

1
1
3

Division No. S.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1
1
1
41
63

3
6

63

8

19

.252
.252
.270
.252

2
6

3
8
8
15

.259

8

35

10
4

Division No. 4.
35
36
37
33

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our.....................
Total..
b figures

for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
15 and under 17* cents.

e figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the




251

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N H ID ES AN D CASINGS) D E P A R T M E N T— C o n t in u e d .
TRIMM ERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
47*
52*
37*
27*
25
32*
35
30
45
42*
55
40
50
60
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under unier- under under and
57*
55
45
27*
35
60 over.
50
37*
32*
52*
40
30
47*
42*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

8
7
16
2
1
2
4
3
4
14
6
9
9
4
5
14
5
20
12
25

1
10
1
5
1
3
1
26
4
5
13
6
6
11
1
4
7
2
5
9

138

Line
N o.

2
2

1

1
2

2

1
5

1

1
1
2

5
10
13
1
4
2

2
2

102

46

9

4
4

4
2
3
8
23
10
3

2
4
15

1
i
8
12

1
2
2
1
9

1
5
3
3
.3

3
8
2

2
1

3

53

40

17

3

4
6
25
17

2
1
9
4

1
3
2
2

1

52

16

8

1 1

1

1

4
3

1

1

42

1

5
2

5
2
3
7
16
3

1
1
1

2

2
3

3

1

1
3
1
4

1
2

2

1
4
2

7

3

3

2

1

1

1

2
1

8

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

I

1

2

2

i

2
1
1

1

2

1

i

3

1
.........
i

1 I
30
81

i

1
3

1

1

_____ 1
_____

m

33
34
2

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

2
2 1

2 1

1

* A t 17* and under 20 cents.
6 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17* a n d under 20 cents.
6 See notes to details.




1

1)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1

ll

1

1
......... 1
..........

1

35
36
37

252

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (OTHER T H A N HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
TRIMMERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

Division No. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Establishment N o.:

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
20
22\
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22£
cents. cents.
___
i
1
!
i
______ i_______
........... i
1
I
1 11
28 1
13

Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e............................
Six...............................
Seven... .............
E ig h t......................
N ine............................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen.....................

11
4
12
11
10
16
40
28
7
10
2
7
1

$0,296
.367
.340
.307
.313
.263
.213
.308
.304
.290
.338
.302
.285

43.1
61.3
36.5
50.8
45.5
50.9
47.0
52.8
55.0
52.7
47.0
57.0
51.0

$12.75
22. 78
12.64
15.58
14.19
13.25
10.08
16.35
16.89
15.55
15.94
18.24
14.53

$0.296
. 372
.346
.307
.312
.260
.214
.310
.307
.295
.339
.320
.285

Total........................

159

.281

49.1

13.95

.284

39

14

23

Establishm ent N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight...........................

2
15
9
18
3
6
35
4

. 191
.315
.318
.294
.279
.287
.256
.150

50.5
44.5
29.0
46.4
48.3
56.8
56.6
41.8

10.50
16.37
14.53
16.82
13.49
16.33
14.54
5.69

.208
.368
.501
.363
.279
.288
.257
.136

41

1
4
4
2

6

Total........................

92

.276

48.9

14.89

.305

36

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three 6........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N in e............................
T e n 7...........................

11
13
10
6
8
6
12
10
3
4

.289
.279
.210
.254
.241
.325
.272
.264
.283
.269

49.3
52.4
107.1
56.1
52.8
48.0
45.0
47.5
58.8
211.6

14.22
14.57
24. 81
14.27
12.76
15.91
12.57
12.55
16.68
56. 64

.289
.278
.232
.254
.242
.331
.279
.265
.284
.268

Total.......................

69

.275

50.2

13.84

.276

Grand total8.............

1,307

.282

52.5

14. 64

.279

16
7

Division No. 6.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
.21

11

3

64'
*

11

9

5

1
1
1

Division No. 7.
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

42

2

4

1
2
3 20

6

58

17

PLUCK TRIMMERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................

3
3

$0,238
.255

51.0
52.3

$12.07
13.31

$0,237
.254

3
1

Total........................

6

.247

51.7

12.69

.246

4

1 A t 16 and under 17J cents.
* 4 at 16 and under 17J cents; 4 at 17J and under 20 cents.
• See notes to details.
« A t 17i and under 20 cents.
6 1 at 10 and under 12| cents; 1 at 15 and under 17% cents, and 2 at 17£ and under 20 cents.




253

GENERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
OFFAL (OTH ER TH AN HIDES AND

CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— C o n tin u ed .

TRIMM ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number whb received each classified rate of

per hour.

27*
32*
35
37*
25
57*
30
42*
45
40
52*
55
50
60
47|
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
32*
35
37*
45
47*
40
55
50
57*
60 over.
30
42*
52*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.
!

i
4

3
2
5
3
2

2
3
4

8
3
5
1
5

i
2
1

37

16

1
5
3

1
8

1
1

2
1
3

1
!
20

1
3
4
2 I

2

1

1

2

1
1

1

3

I-

3

10
11
12
13

1
___
I
......... : ..........

1

1

10 I

i
| ...

..

1
1
.........
i

1
:

1
21

1
I

I
|

1
1

j

3

Line
No.

_____ I

3

..

I

|

1 i

i

1

’

:

i
5
1
2

• !

3
2
4

24

3
4
7

2
1

32

14

i
i
i

1

12

1

2

1
I
•
......... 1
.......... 1
..........
1
i

1
2

......... I.......... j..........
i

1 i
1

I

3

2

1

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

1 ;

!
j
1
4
1
3
3
4
1

16
449

i

7
3
1
2
2
2
6
4
2
2

1
6

28

13

2
2
1
1
1

250 | 184

i
1
I
i
*
i
i
1
......... 1
.......... ........... ............
!
i
i
1
i
i
!

2

1

!
1

■
......... I..........
:......... i...........
1 1
I
52

1

2
42

10

17

8

6

!
4

1

1 I

1 !

22
23
24
25
26
27
23
29
30
31

5 |

5

18

P L U C K T R IM M E R S : M A LE S.

1
1

1

32
33

1
1

.........

* The figures for this establishment cover a sem im onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the
total.

» The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
» Total for 68 establishments with weekly pay roll only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls, 1 estab­
lishment with semimonthly pay roll and 1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
e

3 3 .— A V E R A G E R A T E O F W AG ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,

\L (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AND CASING S) D E P A R T M E N T — C o n tin u ed .
PLU CK TRIM M ERS: MALES—Continued.

hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o 1...................
Three...................
F our.....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E ig h t................. .
N ine.....................
T en......................
Eleven 1..............
Tw elve................
T hirteen.............

$0,235
.275
.245
.250
.200
.260
.300
.274
.260
.270
.260
.270
.275

65.0
42.0
42.4
61.0
35.5
46.5
49.0
32.1
45.0
55.5
71.8
77.0
55.0

$15.09
12.50
10.23
15.25
7.10
11.93
14.30
8.90
11. 62
14.98
18.61
20.44
15.12

$0,232
.298
.241
.250
.200
.257
.292
.277
.258
.270
.259
.265
.275

Total................

1U
.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

.255

45.7

11. 64

.254

.250
.300
.271
.454
.290
.285
.338
.238

111.0
47.5
60.0
101.6
159.5
38.3
35.3
45.0

27.75
18.52
16.29
39.59
45.90
10.90
11.62
10. 75

.250
.390
.271
.390
.288
.285
.330
.239

48.6

13.93

27.5
47.0
59.5

5.50
10.84
11.90

44.1

9.77

.300
.325
.325
.325
.220
.233
.300

55.0
44.5
15.0
49.0
43.5
60.8
63.5

16.50
14.46
4.88
21.80
9.57
14.21
19. 05

.300
.325
.325
.445
.220
.234
.300

.266 1

52.9 1

14.29 ‘

........... 1
.270 1

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy*

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
22*
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Division No. 8.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Establishment N o.:
One 2....................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four i..................
F ive 1...................
Six........................
Seven...................
E ight...................
Total................

Division No. 4.
22
23
24

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................

.200
.231
.200

Total................

.200
.231
.200

Division No. 5.
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e.....................
S ix........................
Seven...................
Total........................

12 1

1

li

4

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
) figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.
3 P H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
3FFAL (O TH ER T H A N

H IDES AND CASIN G S) D EPAR T M EN T— C o n tin

PLU CK TRIM M ERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

a
e
32*
35
57*
55
52*
25
27*
45 ,
30
42*
37* 1 40
50
60
47|
and
and
and and and and | and and and and and and and and cents
under under under under under under, under under under under under under under under end
37*
32*
35
eo
57*
45
55
40
52*
27*
30
471
50
4?i
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

*

1
1

1
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

1
I.
1

1

1
l
......... 1
..........
......... 1
..........
......... 1
..........
1

i
1
1
1
8
1

3

7

5

1
1

l

1
l
1
1

... j

3

......... 1
..........
......... 1
..........

1
1
1

1
2

4

l

1
..........1
..........

1

1

1
i

1

1

i

22
23
24

4
1

4

1

l
1
1
1

1
1
i

2
i I
2>

2

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

i

2 i




I
3 1

i

1

25
26
27
28
29
30
31

1
I
1
1
1
| *'*
I
i
i
......... .......... ..........1
..........
___________ •
______1
______

!

» At 15 and under 17* cents.

I

I

I

256
T a b le

SL A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

3 3 .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTMENT—Continued.
PLUCK TRIMMERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22|
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.
i

Division No. 6.
1
2
3

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

1
2
2

$0,255
.250
.320

34.5
61.5
63.0

Total........................

5

.279

Grand t o ta l1.........

00

.258

$12.75
15.38
20.16

$0,370
.250
.320

56.7

16. 76

.296

48.9

12.80

.262

21

7

12

INSPECTORS (GRADERS, SLUNK SKINNERS, UTILITY MEN, AND SPELL MEN): MALES.
1
I

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................

6
1
3
12

$0,267
.275
.240
.281

62.0
59.5
83.2
63.8

$16.45
16.36
19.82
17.62

$0,265
.275
.238
.276

Total........................

4
5
6
7

22

.271

65.8

17.54

1267

3
3
3
1
6
2

6
3
1
1
3
5
7

$0.275
.287
.243
.285
.299
.288
.286
.286
.308
.260
.275
.291
.290
.275

48.0
50.7
57.5
70.5
65.7
60.3
59.1
50.9
49.7
54.0
51.0
118.0
70.5
62.5

$13.22
14.81
13.86
20.09
19.83
17.07
16.49
14.81
15.26
14.04
14.00
35.00
20.47
17.50

45

.284

58.7

16.72

4

7
7
1
2
1

.277
.241
.289
.333
.313
.418

57.3
83.2
58.9
60.0
72.3
55.0

15.81
20.67
17.04
20.00
22.63
23.00

.276
.248
.290
.333
.313
.418

15

.300

60.0

18.05

.301

2
2

Division No. 2.
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F i v e ..........................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
Nine ........................
T en .............................
Eleven ....................
T w elve3
*.....................
Thirteen............... •
__
Fourteen....................
Total.......................

4

$0,275
.292
.241
.285
.302
.283
1
.279
.291 ........... s............
.307 ........... I............
.260
1
.275
l'* ‘
.297
1
.290
.280
i
i
.285

2
1

3

Division No. 3.
22
23
24
25
26
27

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o 4..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
Five ..........................
Six...............................
Total.......................

1

4

1

1 Total for 31 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with semim onthly pay roll not included.
2 A t 15 and under 17h cents.




257

GENEEAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (OTHEB THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTMENT—Continued.
PLUCK TRIMMERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of weges per hour.

27*
25
32*
37*
35
30
40
45
55
57*
52*
47*
50
€0
42i
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
35
37*
30
32*
45
40
42*
57*
50
52*
55
47*
60 over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2
2
2

3
19

10

G

4

Line
No.

1
2
3

|
j
*
_____ 1
_____ _____ 1
_____
1
I
1
1
i
......... I..........

INSPECTORS (GRADERS, SLUNK SKINNERS, UTILITY MEN, AND SPELL MEN): MALES.
1
1
i

3

!
i

i
6

2

1
i

io

G

i
2
1

|

3
1

2

|
3
3

1
1 1

.

I .

....

!
;

i
1
L........I..........1______i_____
j
i

j
i
i

1

1

1
2

1
3

1
1

!

1

!
j

1
3

1
2
2
1

1
2
3

14

11

11

2
1
5

1

1

1
2
1
2

1
1

7

3 1

!
i
1
1
1
j
i
i
1
i
i
. 1 ...
1
!
......... 1
.......... 1
.......... ■
......... |
.......... ! ..........
......... 1... . !..........
......... l .;_ j ..........
i
i
1
!
I
1
i

2
1
1

5

1
1
1
1

1

1

!
! •

i
!

1

i
1

..........
3 ......... 1

i 1
..........1..........

1

i
!

I
1
1
!
j
i
i
i
i
::::::::::::
i
i

8 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the t jtal.
9 5 1 2 1 ° — 1 9 — B u ll. 2 5 2 -




-17

258
T a b le

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

A .—A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTMENT—Continued.
IN S P E C T O R S (G R A D E R S , S L U N K S K IN N E R S , U T I L I T Y MEN, A N D S P E L L M E N ):
M A LE S —Concluded.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F o u r ..........................

2
1
8
5

$0,263
.250
.310
.230

54.3
93.0
62.8
67.5

$13.64
21.75
19.40
15.49

$0,251
.234
.309
.229

1

1
4

T otal.......................

16

.275

65.0

17.60

.271

1

5

4
1
1
1
1
5

.350
.275
.325
.235
.267
.270

63.4
19.0
58.0
56.0
60.0
57.4

21.67
5.23
18.85
13.17
16.00
15.42

.342
.'275
.325
.235
.267
.269

1

13

.296

56.4

16.69

.296

1

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................

1
1

.300
.316

59.0
63.0

18.00
19.91

.305
.316

Total.......................

2

.308

61.0

18.96

.311

1
4
1

.392
.306
.350

60.0
51.3
230.0

23.50
15.88
80.50

.392
.310
.350

T otal.......................

5

.323

53.0

17.40

.328

Grand to ta l2..........

Line
N o.

118

.286

60.6 1

17.23

.284

1

12

4

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 4.
1
2
3
4

Division No. 5.
5
6
7
8
9
10

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
S ix...............................
Total....................... !

Division No. 6.
11
12

Division No. 7.
13
14
15

E stablishment N o .:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three1........................

L A B O R E R S ; M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
7
2
1
160
145

$0.229
.250
.265
.225
.227

54.1
42.5
67.5
59.7
54.5

$12.64
10.62
17.88
13.45
12.36

$0.233
.250
.265
.225
.227

3

Total.......................

16
17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F ive............................

315

.226

57.1

12.93

.227

3

158
137
299

1Figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




259

G E N E R A L T A B L E S.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AND CASIN G S) DEPARTMENT-— Continued.
IN S P E C T O R S (G R A D E R S , S L U N K S K IN N E R S , U T I L I T Y MEN, A N D S P E L L M E N ):
M A LE S —Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

40
424
47%
25
321
35
45
30
m
57J
55
50
52J
m
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
45
27|
55
321
37*
521
40
50
471
30
421
60
571
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
1

1
2

1

4

3

1

4

1

2

Line
No.

1

i
1

1

1

1

1
1
1
3

2

4

3 1

1

2*

1
1

11
12

2

1
1
30

1

2
2

31

23

13
14
15

1
1
1
15

1

2

2

2

1
1

L A B O R E R S : M A LE S.

2
1
2
7

1

........ I
........ 1
........ |

16
17
18
19
20

12
........ 1
l l ........
Total for 36 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll,
establishment with semimonthly pay roll, and 1 establishment with monthly pay roll, not included.




260

S L A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R

E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
C A S IN G S ) D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.

O F F A L (O T H E R T H A N H ID E S A N D

LABORERS: MALES—Continued.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings.
22}
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22£
25
cents. cents.

!

Division No. 2.
Establishment No.:
One..............................

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Seven..........................
Eight ........................
Nine............................
Ten..............................
Eleven........................
Twelve........................
Thirteen .................
Fourteen1.................
Fifteen1.....................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen..................

21
1
25
2
1
16
1
29
13
9
3
24
1
9
12
66
11

10.227
.250
.224
.210
.220
.238
.235
.235
.252
.237
.235
.246
.245
.250
.254
.250
.255

49.9
20. 5
49.8
15.3
20.5
49.3
37.0
44.1
38.2
36.6
38.8
39.2
35.5
63.2
66.7
57.4
52.9

$11.40
5.12
11.12
3.20
4.50
11.96
8.69
10.47
9.65
8.70
9.26
9.64
8.70
15.78
16.88
14.36
13.51

$0,228
.250
.223
.210
.220
.243
.235
.238
.253
.238
.239
.246
.245
.250
.253
.250
. 255

Total.......................

222

.241

48.4

11.71

.242

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F o u r1..........................
F iv e 1..........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................

2
2
6
1
4
3
1
3
2

.225
.238
.263
.250
.253
.225
.250
.267
.263

42.5
53.0
58.5
116.5
129.5
55.2
43.5
46.3
41.8

9.58
12.68
15.37
29.12
32.68
12.41
10.88
12.21
10.95

.225
.239
.263
.250
.252
.225
.250
.264
.262

Total.......................

19

.250

51.2

12.81

.250

Establishment No.:
One..............................
Two ..........................
Three..........................
F our............................

14
3
46
11

.203
.203
.233
.226

41.0
45.3
52.4
42.0

8.46
9.20
12.22
9.42

.207
.203
.233
.225

21
22

Total.......................

74

.225

48.4

10.97

.227

44

1
2
1
6
26

.275
. 263
. 250
. 250
.204

55.0
27.0
65. 5
41.4
55.1

15.12
7. 32
16.35
10. 67
11. 40

.275
.271
.250
.258
.207

5 6 1

36

.218

51.5

11. 29

.219

56 1

Four............................

20
a1

24
2
1
3
1

10
1
27
8
3

23

1

21

7

117

Division No. 8.
2
1

3

6

Division No. 4*
31

12
3
1

1
43
7

1G

51

1
18

2

19 J

2

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One
..
...........
T w o ........................
Three
.
__
F o u r ..........................
F ive............................
T ota l.......................|

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in Hie total,
a At 17| and under 20 cents.
3 At 15 and under 17 J cents.




G E N E R A L T A B L E S.

261

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AND CASING S) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
LABO RERS: MAXES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32i
37!
25
40
42i
27!
35
45
52!
30
50
55
47!
57!
60
and
and
and and and an<
and and and and and and
and an<
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
37!
27J
35
45
55
32!
40
42!
57!
30
47!
50
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.
cents. cents. cents. over.

97

4 See notes to details.
6 Three at 15 and under 17! cents; 3 at 17! and under 20 cents.




262
T a b le

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTMENT—Continued.
LABORERS: M
ALES—
Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o ............................
Three.....................

7
3
1

$0. 227
.211
.250

49. 4
55. 7
35.0

$13.64
12.63
8. 75

$0. 276
.227
.250

5
3

T o ta l.......................

11

.224

49.8

12.93

.259

8

4
2
2
1

.250
. 213
. 234
.225

48.1
43. 0
55.0
57.5

12.03
9. 50
12. 85
12.93

.250
.221
.234
.225

T o ta l.......................

9

.235

49. 6

11. 75

.237

11

1

2

Grand total a..........

L ine
N o.

686

.231

52.7 |

12.22

.232 | 3 12

54

477

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
22*
earnings.
20
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
22*
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
1
2
3

Division No. 7.
4
5
6
7

Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................

11

1

1
1

RIPPERS-OPEN OF PAUNCHES AND PECKS: M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
S ix ..............................

1
5
1
1
6
7

SO. 235
.240
.300
. 265
.338
.250

18.5
32. 7
43.5
58. 0
66.9
56.7

$4.34
7. 72
12. 87
15.37
21. 54
13.98

$0,235
.236
.296
.265
.322
.246

t
2

T ota l.......................

21

.275

51.5

14.20

.276

3

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 4...........................
Three..........................
F our.....................
Five.............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
.............
T en ........
E leven........................
T w elve.......................
Thirteen ...............
Fourteen *...................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen * .................
Seventeen..................
Eighteen.....................

1
2
2
3
2
4
2
2
4
3
4
2
1
3
1
3
2
4

.225
.263
.250
.227
.225
.271
.248
.260
.290
.262
.260
.275
. 245
.273
.275
.260
.270
.259

48.0
85.3
76.5
50.8
49.0
53.1
64.0
45.0
62.1
46. 8
45. 6
69. 5
26.0
47.8
107.0
87.0
31.3
46.9

10.80
23.37
18. 71
11. 37
11.04
14.30
15.73
11.4 <
8
17.85
12. 28
12.14
18. 63
6.35
13. 21
28. 40
23.14
8.38
12.58

.225
.274
.245
.224
.225
.269
. 246
.255
.287
.262
.266
.268
.245
.276
.265
.266
.268
.268

1

T ota l.......................

39

.260

51.6

13.41

.260

Division No. 2.

1
1

2
1
1
1
1

2

7

» At 17* and under 20 cents.
2 Total for 42 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




263

G E N E R A L T A B L E S.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH E R T H A N H ID E S AN D CASIN G S) D E PABTM EN T— Continued.
LABORERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
5:
35
45
52*
55
30
57*
37*
40 j 42£
47*
25
27*
50
60
and and and
and and and and and and and and and an<
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
55
52*
35
57*
30
32*
60 over.
37*
42*
45
47*
50
40
27*
cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

133
R IP P E R S -O P E N OF P A U N C H E S A N D P E C K S : M A LE S.

1
......... i..........

3
1

1
1
7

!
..........i..........
!
_____ i_____ j_____ 1
_____
!
;
1

5

12

1

5

89
10
11
12
13

j
1
2
.
1
1
2

i
.
i
1
.
1
1
J
I
1
_____ 1
____________ I_____ 1
_____

1
1
i

1
3

* *!
3
2

1

4
2
2

1
1

3
2
3
17

l
1 i.........
1
11 |

2

i ........ ......... i..........
i
i
;
1
i
1
i
i
i
i
i

]

I

i
J
i
i
!
......... j..........
1

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

......... i.......... ' ...........

3 See notes io details.
* The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




264

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . — A V E R A G E R A T E Q F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R

E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,
O F F A L (O T H E R T H A N H ID E S A N D C A S IN G S ) D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
RIPPERS-OPEN OF PAUNCHES AND PECK S: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ploy-

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Division No. 3.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
22!
20
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
under under
20
25
22!
cents.
cents. cents.

i

Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F o u r1................
Five i..................
S ix .....................
Seven *...............
E ig h t.................
N ine...................

$0. 275
.275
.300
.265
.285
.250
.200
.225
.232

56.0
55.0
54.0
80.8
157. 5
68.5
64.5
59.0
48.0

$15.40
15.10
16.20
21. 57
43. 62
17.12
12.90
13. 27
10. 88

$0. 275
.275
.300
.267
.277
.250
.200
.225
.227

T otal..............

.265

55.2

14. 58

.264

.235
.263
.235

45.0
58.0
55.4

10.57
15.18
13.01

.235
.262
.235

Division No. 4Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................

13. 70

T otal..............

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................
F ive...................
S ix .....................
S even ,...............
E ight.................
N ine...................

. 350
.313
.250
.325
.250
.240
.225
.250
.275

56.0
52.3
61.5
51.5
56.0
43.5
57.5
60.0
66.5

19. 60
16.32
15.37
16. 74
13. 95
10.44
12. 95
15. 00
18. 30

T otal..............

.276

55.7

15. 36

.218
.217
.210
.250

36.0
39.0
64.5
60.0

13.10
20.50
13. 55
15.00

.364
.526
.210
.250

49.9

15. 56

.312

69.5
49.0

13.90
13. 45

.200
.275

49.0

13. 45

52.7

14. 05

. 350
.312
.230
.325
.249
.240
.225
.250
.275

Division No. G
.
Establishment N o .:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................
T otal..............
k

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
O n e1..................
T w o ...................

.200
.275

T ota l..............
Grand to ta l2.

94

.263

.267

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

265

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASING S) D E P A R T M E N T — C o n tin u e d .
RIPPE R S-O PE N OF PAUNCHES AND PE CK S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32i
25
30
and
and an<
and
under under under under
32-i
35
27%
30
cents. cents. cents. cents.

55
57%
S
7%
42%
52%
45
50
40
60
and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under cents
and
55
57%
60
40
42%
52%
45
47*
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents.

4i
7

Line
N o.

10
11
12

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

22
23
24
25

26
27

2 Total for 44 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .
iE A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S I F IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

HL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASING S) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
W ASH ERS: MALES.
|

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
T h r e e ...,...........
Four.....................
F ive.....................
S ix .......................
Seven...................

19
6
3
1
2
2
7

SO. 224
.235
.283
.250
.235
.263
.250

49.9
3a 3
58.8
65.5
72.0
46.8
53.1

Sll. 17
9.35
16.65
16.37
16.88
12.35
13.22

SO 224
.
.244
.283
. 250
.234
.264
.249

5

T otal................

40

.238

50. 7

12.14

.239

5

16
3
1
5
1
12
8
9
9
5
3
9
7
34
1
11

.268
.235
.220
.277
.260
.265
.299
.257
.237
.460
.250
.255
.254
.248
.270
.263

42.6
57.5
62.5
55.1
64.0
39-9
62.0
53.5
39.8
53.6
52.8
61.2
85.1
94.9
62.5
51.2

11.21
13-35
13-75
14.80
16.41
10.30
18.08
13.59
9.41
22.29
13.13
15.57
21.68
23.67
16.87
13.38

.263
.232
.220
.269
.256
.258
.292
.254
.237
.416
.249
.255
.255
.249
.270
.261

93

.273

50.3

13.48

.268

Establishment N o.:
One...................... .
T w o ..................... .
Three....................
F ou r.................... .
F iv e 1...................
S ix 1.....................
Seven....................
E ig h t....................
N in e1.................. .
T en ...................... .
E leven..................

6
13
4
12
10
1
1
1
5
4
6

.248
.238
.250
.279
.244
.250
.250
.275
.301
.234
.233

57.0
38.0
52.8
58.9
103.1
160.0
59.0
65.5
104.8
44.7
44.2

14.37
9.58
14.39
16.41
25.09
45.62
14.75
18.01
31.79
10.76
10.25

.252
.252
.273
.278
.243
.285
.250
.275
.303
.241
.232

T o ta l.................

>u.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

47

.251

49.4

12.82

5
3
2
3

.207
.382
.240
.258

50.3
30.7
56.5
48.5

13

.264

46.3

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
22*
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

14
4
2

20

Division No. 2.
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Establishment N o .:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven................. .
E ig h t...................
N ine....................
T en ......................
E leven.................
Tw elve................
Thirteen1...........
Fourteen1...........
Fifteen.................
Sixteen............... .
TotaL ...............

1

1

8
3

1
7
2

2

2

21

Division No. 3.
24
25

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

3
9
2
21

1

1
3

2
1

.259

4

17

10.47
10.70
13.57
12.29

.208
.349
.240
.253

5
1

11.42

.247

6

Division No. 4.
35
36
37
38

Establishment No.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Four......................
T otaL .

2
1
3

ifigures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




G E N E R A L TA B L ES.

3F H O U R S W O RK ED A N D AV ER A G E EARNTNGS P E R W EEK , AVER.
3 Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u e d .
3FEAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASINGS) D EPAR TM EN T— Contin
W ASH ERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52]
.
42i
55 , 571
373
45
35
32*
27*
3!
40
30
25
60
4 i 50
7
and and cents
and and and ant
and
and an<
and an<
and and an<
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
52*
57*
45
47*
50
60 over.
32*
30
35
37*
40
42*
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1 L

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1
10

4




1

35
36
37
38

i 1
...................i.........
2 At 17* and under 20 cents.

i

268

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G ES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A SS IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASINGS) D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
W ASH ERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................

2
3
1
14
1
9
1
1

$0.313
.308
.300
.207
.225
.283
.671
.250

43.5
60.3
41.0
37.6
55.5
58.1
50.0
57.5

$13.88
18.61
12.30
7.70
12.50
16.57
22.64
14.37

£0.319
•309
.300
.205
.225
.285
.453
.250

13

7

T otal.......................

32

.264

47.5

12.57

.265

13

7

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four...........................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................

1
1
5
1
6
1

.250
.250
.211
.275
.258
.125

21.5
31.0
58.6
60.0
51.5
66.5

5.37
15.00
13.12
16.50
13.26
8.31

.250
.484
.224
.275
.257
.125

21

T otal.......................

15

.234

52.1

12.69

.244

21

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our3..........................

1
5
1
4

.200
.230
.220
.260

45.0
39.1
63.0
198.8

9.00
9.12
13.86
51.29

.200
.233
.220
.258

T otal.......................

7

.224

43.4

9.78

.226

Grand to ta l5.........

No.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

247

.258

49.5

12.76

.258

$11.81
11.75
15.62
18.28

SO.226
.237
.250
.275

inent number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22i
20
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22£
25
ccnts. cents.

Division No, 5.
1
2
3
4
5
G
7
8

4
1
2
i
7

Division No. 6.
9
10
11
12
13
14

1
5
1
5

Division No. 7.
15
16
17
18

1
2
1

*1
4

64

33

68

1

39
26

1

65

T R U C K E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
19
20
21
22

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
Total.......................

40
27
1
1
69 1

SO.226
.228
.250
.275
.228 !

52.3
49.6
62.5
66.5
51.6

11.93 I

.231

1

1 1 at 15 and under 17J cents; 1 at 15 and under 17J cents; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents,
a A t 1 2 cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* A t 15 and under 17J cents.




269

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (OTH ER TH A N HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
W ASH ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
32*
30
25
35
40
45
50
52]
55
573
3‘ i
60
and and and and and and and and and am
and
and
and an<
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
35
30
40
27*
37*
42*
45
47*
50
52*
55
57*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. eents.

4|
7

3 !Y f.

73 I

35

13

4

1

1
T R U C K E R S : M A LE S.

!

1

1
1

1
I
1 I........

2 J
I

1

!

i
i
j

1
1

1
•
i
1
!
. I.......... ..........1
.......... 1
.......... ;.......... 1
.......... 1
.......... !.......... I..........

19
20
21
22

6 Total for 50 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly payrolls, and 1
establishment with m onthly pay roll not included,
e See notes to details.




270

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

Table A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O P W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S I F IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N HIDES AN D CASINGS) D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
T R U C K E R S: MALES—Continued.

D ivision and establish­
m ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.
20
22 *
and
and
under under
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Under
20

^

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
O n e.............................

Six...............................
Sflven........ - .............
E ig h t. . . ................
Niiip... , ................
T en ..............................
E le v e n 1 .....................
T w e lv e 1 ....................
T hirteen.....................
T ota l....................

7

17

$12.17
19.04
10.96
13.98
12.04
14.47
11.25
9.54
14.83
14.63
32.07
26.68
14.33

$0,231
.269

.239
.235
.263
.251
•235
.245
.250
.250
.250
.251

52.8
70.7
52.2
58.0
51.3
55.2
45.3
40.6
60.5
58.5
128.3
106.0
56.4

SO

.242

52.5

12.78

.243

3
5

.235
.2 2 0

1
2
1

.263
.250
.250
.277
.303
.240
.238
.275

32.7
45.9
53.5
101.9
83.1
41.6
114.3
29.0
51.3
58.5

7.57
10.06
14.12
24.72
20.78
12.08
34.65
6.96
12.15
16.10

.232
.219
.264
.243
.250
.291
.303
.240
.237
.275

29

.254

46.3

11.93

.258

1

.2 0 0
.2 0 0

3
4

10.46
14.43
8.05

.2 0 0
.2 0 0

2

58.2
45.0
44.0
63.3
46.0

11.63

.235
.228
.175

.235
.228
.175

21
32

23

.215

57.1

12.40

.217

43

1
5
7
4

42.5
40.5
52.1
40.1
54.4
68.3
45.5

11.69

1

.275
.290
.250
.215
.247
.269
.275

13.03
8.73
13.75
18.50
12.51

30

.255

50.8

13.15

9
3

g
5
6

13
6
10
2

4
3
20

$0.232
.263
.2 1 0

8
1

.2 1 0

.241
.235
.262
.248
.235
.245
.250
.250
.252
.254

1
6
2
10
2

9

28

1

3
4

Division, No. 3.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F ou r 1 ..........................
F iv e 1 ..........................
Six...............................
S even 1 ........................
E igh t..........................
N in e............................
T en ..............................
Total.......................

10

4
9
7
3

1
1
9

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Total.......................

3
4
1

13

9-0 0

i
11

7

12

.275
.297
.250
.218
.253
.271
.275

2

2
2

.259 1
...........

2 1

4

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
T otal.......................

8

4

1 2 .0 1

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* At 12* and under 15 cents.




271

G E N E R A L T A B L E S.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
TR U CK ER S: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

42*
32*
35
40
37*
45
52*
55
27*
30
50
57*
25
60
47|
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
45
32*
57*
40
52i
50
55
30
35
37*
42*
60
27*
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

2
2

1

3
11
3

2
1
1

4
3
20
17
40

3

5
4
9
3

5
1
1

3
2

1
1
9

7

3

i
1
i
1

1

1
7
5
2
15

1
1

2

1
1
1

1

5 1

3

1

i




1

1

1
l
I
1

'
......... |
..........
i
1

......... 1
.......... ........... 1
.......... ...........
....
> . . J : . . . . ..
.
......... I.......... i...........i.......... i..........
!
_____ 1
_____ i______i ____ 1
..........
. . . . . . . . . .i . . . ! . . . . . . . . .
J ...

1

■ A t 17* and under 20 cents.
4 See notes to details.

'

1

1

I

,---------

31
32
33
34
35

272

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A ___A V E R A G E R A T E O P W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
OFFAL (O T H E B T H A N

HIDES AN D

CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

THUCE!£RS! MALE S—ConcJuded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0,200
.230
.229
.214

67.0
43.0
40.0
30.9

.219

39.1

.258
.250
.275
.250

49.0
54.3
49.5
60.0

12.79
13.77
13.60
15.00
13.39

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22*
20
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
Establishment No.
One....................
T w o ................. .
Three............... .
F our................. .
T otal............ .

10

$13. 40
14.17
13. 75

$0,200
.329
.344
.294
.295

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.
One....................
T w o ................. .
Three............... .
F o u r ................ .
T otal............ .

13

.258

51.5

Grand to ta l l.

254

.239

.261
.254
.275
. 250

51.2

1
120

T R I P E W A S H E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F ive ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
T ota l.......................

14
4
2
4
7
2
3
1
37 j

$0.228
.238
.258
.255
.297
.288
.267
.250

52.6
35.5
59.5
65. 4
66.5
45.0
53.5
57.0

$12.12
8.58
15.34
16. G
9
19. 75
12.42
14.43
14.25

$0.230
.242
.258
.255
.297
. 276
.270
.250

3

10
2

.253

54.9

14.11

.257

3

12

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 3...........................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
Ten..............................
Eleven........................
T w elve3.....................
Thirteen3...................
Fourteen....................

2
3
1
11
2
1
5
2
6
3
3
7
12
3

.230
.253
.225
.237
.235
.250
* .235
.273
.245
.399
.250
.273
.252
.253

39.0
92.8
89.5
53.5
57.5
63.0
60.4
56.0
37.1
41.2
41.5
88.7
86.4
47.7

9.02
24.16
20.14
12.56
13.44
15. 75
14.22
15. 27
9.20
14.53
10.37
24.30
21.54
12.69

.231
.260
.225
.235
.234
.250
.235
.273
.248
.353
.250
.274
.249
.266

T otal.......................

39

.254

50.3

12.53

.249 1
...........

2
7
1

1
3
5
2

8 1

13

i Total far 41 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




273

G EN ERAL TABLES.

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u ed .
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— C o n tin u e d .
TR U C K E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

523
55
32*
35
37*
42*
57;
50
30
40
45
25
60
and an<
and and and and and and and and and an<
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
55
45
52*
57*
35
32*
37*
42i
50
60
27*
47*
30
40
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

4l
7

J ......... I.

T R IP E W A S H E R S : M A LE S.

1
2
2
4
4
1
1
15

1
1
2

i

4

i

i
j
|
i

l

l

1
i..
l

.. .

i

1. .

1.

1.

.

•
2

i

1
1
1
4
1
3
6
12
3

.. . t
___ " I .......... i..........
i
i
i
i

l

i
l

i

l

i
i
......... I..........
..........1
..........

I
i
14
il
i 1
......... 1
i
i
* See notes to details.
• The figures for this establishment coyer a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

9 5 1 2 1 ° — 1 9 — B u ll. 2 5 2 ----- 1 8




274
T a b le

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

A

___ AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NTOBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (OTHER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTMENT—Continued.
TRIPE WASHEB.S: M ALES—Continued.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.
Under

20
22!
and
and
under under
cents.
22 !
25
cents. cents.
20

Division No. S.
1
2

Establishment N o.:
2
2
1
2
6

41.3
S3. 8
59.5
55.0
m o
51.5
67.0
58.2
110.5
47.3
38.5

$9.65
15.94
19.35
15.12
51.37
11.76
18.43
15.66
34.81

1

7.20

$0,234
.250
.325
.275
.428
.228
.275
.269
.315
.251
.188

a1
21

E ig h t..........................
N in e 1..........................
T en ..............................
Eleven.......................

3
1

$0,238
.250
.325
.275
.508
.233
.275
.267
.315
.250
.188

T ota l.......................

3
4
5

18

.254

53.1

13.57

.256

5
6
6
8

.213
.207
.238
.181

47.3
49.7
60.8
.56.2

9.90
10.40
14.37
10.14

.209
.209
. 236
.180

35

3

25

.207

54.0

11.17

.207

35

12

6

4

.281
.275

46.2

13.08
2.75
14.85
13.06

.283
.275

21

1
1

5

2

7

T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e 1 ..........................

6

7
8

9

10
11

3
1

3
1

1 1 .8 8

2

1
4

Division No. 4.
12

13
14
15

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F ou r............................
T ota l.......................

4
5

1
5

Division No. 5.

20

21
22
23
24
25

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three........................ F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T en ..............................

6
1
1
2

.275
.250
.218
.236
.283
.275
.344

T ota l.......................

16
17
18
19

29

5

1

4
1
2

7

.281

1 0 .0

52*3
47.5

.284

50. 2
64.5
60.0
62.0

11.09
15.26
17.00
17.05
19.60

.275
.250
. 221
.237
.283
. 275
.345

.258

52.8
•

13.67

.259

.217
.217
.329
.287
.250

45.1
31.0
55.4
52.5
61.0

14.28
13.00
19.67
15.05
15.25

.317
.419
.355
.287
.250

.276 !

49.fi i

lfi.77

53.3

56.8

13. ai

21

2

Division No. 6.
26
27
28
29
30

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
T ota l.......................

2
8

1
1

17

5
2
4

1

11

1 The figures for this establishment cov er a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* A t 17! and under 2 0 cents.




GENERAL TABLES.

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVER.
3Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
DFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASINGS) D E P A R T M E N T —Contin
T R IPE W ASH ER S: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

le
>
.

27*
32*
37*
52*
25
30
40
55
57*
42*
45
50
47*
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and and
and
and
and and and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
42*
35
30
32*
37*
40
57*
60
52*
55
45
27*
47*
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

1
2

3
4

1
2

6
6
*
8

4

2
1
1
2

1

9

i
2

10
11

i

7 !

5

I
_____ 1
______

1

1

1

'

f
|

2

3
1
1
1

1

1

i..........

2

i
1
i

3
i
l
1
8

L

..
l

1
1 i

3

____

1




13
14
15
1

1

1

7

.....

*

i
i
.......... 1
............i............
1
1.
.
!
,
, 1
1
1
1
1
.......... 1
............i............
i
i
'
!
_____ i______ 1
______

i

2

1

12

1
I
.......... 1
........... 1
............
...........1
............1
............
i
i

I

l
I

1

16
17
18
19

20
21
22
23
24
25

1

!
. '
1
_____ * / ‘ I \ * *
1
'
1
I

.

!

1
1"
1

1
i
I
j

3
I

1
1 1

3 I

i

l

81 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.

26
27
28
29
30

i
i
i

i

276
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

A . —A V ERA G E R A TE OF WAGES P E R H OUR, A V E R A G E N U M BE R
EA RN IN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLA SSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,

OFFAL (O TH ER TH AN HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
T R I P E W A S H E R S : M A L E S — Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings
per
week.

D ivision N o . 7.

Average
hourly
earnings.

22\
20
Under and
and
20
under under
ccnts.
22i
25
cents. cents.

j
11
3
1
1
2
2
2
1

$0.250
.275
.200
.250
. 250
. 225
.282
.285

55.8
65.0
44.0
27.5
49.0
55.5
56.5
250.0

$13.94
17.87
8.80
6.88
12.73
12.49
15.95
71.25

1
$0,250
.275
.200
.250
.260 !
.225 J
.282
.285

T o ta l.........................

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three1...........................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t2...........................

21

.254

55.2

14.10

.256

.250

52.9

13.51

.255

Grand to ta l3..........

186

1
1

1
47

37

42

T R IP E S C A L D E R S A N D CO O K E R S : M A L E S.

1

Division N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o 5 . .
Three.............................
Four...............................

3
7
4
5

$0. 242
.246
.269
.250

74.0
57.2
76.6
66.4

$17.94
14.27
20. 65
16.60

$0.242
.249
.269
.250

T o ta l.........................

19

.251

66.4

16. 81

.253

3
1

4
|

D ivision N o . 2.

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o 1 ...........................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven............................
E ig h...............................
t.............................
N in e ..
..........
Ten 1 .............................
Eleven 1 .......................
Tw elve..........................

1
1
4
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
2

. 250
. 275
.467
.232
.269
.314
.260
.285
.280
.285
.250
.275

94.0
42.5
75.0
63.3
69.7
59.5
67.0
66.5
68.0
128.0
74.8
62.5

23. 50
11.68
35.02
14.64
18. 41
18.69
17.05
18. 72
19.04
36. 50
18. 69
17.19

.250
.275
.467
.231
.264
.314
.254
.282
.280
.285
.250
.275

T otal..........................

19

.308

09. 4

21.42

.309

3

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

2
1
4
1

.225
.250
.275
.240

50.3
73.0
48.3
69.0

11. 28
18.25
13.27
16.56

.224
.250
.275
.240

2

T o ta l..........................

8

.255

54.4

13.80

.254

3

3

D ivision N o. 3.

1

* The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total for 53 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.




27Y

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
T R IPE W ASH ER S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27£
32J 35
25
30
47;
57;
37i
45
55
40
50
m
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
am
and
and
an<
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32J
30
35
52£
57£
60
27*
45
50
55
37h 40
m
m
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

TRIPE SCALDERS AND COOKERS: MALES.

2

13

9

i
|

1
1
1
|
j
.......... i........... i...........
1
1
2

c
2
5

10
11
12

i
t
|

1
j
l
2
1

2
4

I
i
i
i
|
i
I
1
1
3
1 i
1
...........
1
i
1
I
1
l
1
.......... I .........
I ........
2

1
|

1

7

.

1

I____

i
1
1
i
i_____
.......... 1
........... 1
...........
1
!
r "
.......... i........... i...........
.......... i........... i...........
i
j
I
!
1
i
4 i
4

i
1
i

4
4 '

*

20
21
22

i
i
i
i
i

i

1

1 !

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

.

i
i
i

i
.......... \...........
.......... 1
...........
f
i
i
i
.......... 1........... |
............ ...........1
........... 1
........... !........... )........... 1 . . . . : . ! ........... !........... I...........




4 See notes to details.
6 Guaranty in hours for ono employee.

23
24

25
26
27
28

278

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (O TH ER TH AN HIDES AND CASINOS) DEPARTM EN T— Continued.
TRIPE SCALDERS AND COOKERS: MALES—Concluded.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

5

$0,238

68.3

$16.26

$0,238

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

1
2
4
1

.300
.248
.256
.290

50.5
55.5
60.9
65.0

15.15
13.73
15.62
18.85

.300
.247
.256
.290

T o ta l..........................

8

.264

58.8

15.49

.264

1
1
1
1
1
1

.350
.225
.225
.250
.300
.275

60.0
97.0
78.0
52.5
39.0
55.5

21.00
21.80
17.55
13.10
11.70
15.26

.350
.225
.225
.250
.300
.275

T otal..........................

5

.280

57.0

15.72

.276

1

Grand to ta l2 .........

Line
N o.

64

.271

64.2

17.52

.273

16

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
and
Under and
20
under under
22*
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division N o . 4-

1

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

4

Division N o . 5.

2
3
4
5

1

1

D ivision N o. 7.

6
7
8
9
10
11

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o 1 ............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................

1
1

TRIPE SCRAPERS AND FINISHERS: MALES.
1
Division N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix ..................................

10
6
2
11
1
14

$0,392
.457
.325
.372
.471
.404

52.0
45.3
72.8
62.4
52.0
46.6

$19.55
2a 72
23.64
22.84
24.48
19. 31

$0.376
.457
.325
.366
.471
.414

1

T otal.........................

44

.399

52.9

20.76

.392

1

20.98“
17.63
19.12
27.68
28.55
26.77
21.93
18.37
19.52
24.72
55.14
58.02
35.03
24.03

.391
.441
.381
.536
.607
.570
.488
.365
.416
.414
.519
.548
.598
.513

22.98

.461

1
1

2

D ivision N o . 2.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N in e...............................
T e n.................................
E le v e n 1......................
T w elv e1.......................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen.. . . .

3
3
6
3
2
3
6
8
6
4
9
5
5
5

T otal..........................

54

.389
.518
.389
.630
.607
.575
.499
.379
.453
.465
.547
.739
.763 ■
.520
.498

53.7
40.0
50.3
• 51.7
47.0
47.0
44.9
50.3
46.9
59.8
106.2
105.9
58.6
46.8
49.9

1

i .........

1

2

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

279

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH E B T H A N H ID E S AN D CASING S) D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
T R IP E SCALDERS AND COOKERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
No.

52*
57*
25
35
47*
55
30
50
37*
40
45
49
60
and and and
and
and and am
and
and and and an<
and and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
60
27*
52*
57*
32*
35
45
37*
50
40
42*
30
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

6
7

8
9

10
11
24

16

TRIPE SCRAPERS AND FINISHERS: M
ALES.
1

1
i

l

2

2

i

I

1
3

1

3

3

2

li

1

1

3

2

3 1

2

1

7

l

12

3

1

............ I...........
1
|

1

3

4

6

5

6 i

7

5

I

13
14
15
16
17

1
!
1

j

1

1

1

18
19

2
'

!
'

2 |

1

i

i
2 I..........
!
2

1

1

*

1

1
2

2

1

2

1

l
3

1
5
5
4
2

1
4 1

2

5

1

3

1
1 1

2
2

l

3

2

1

i
1
j

20
21
22

1

i

2

1

2

5

2

1

7

4

1

l

!
!
!
1

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

16 !

2 Total for 27 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




280

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N H ID ES AND CASINGS) D E P A R T M E N T— Continued.
TR IPE SCRAPERS AND FIN ISH ERS: MALES—Concluded.

i N u m b e r who rej ceived each classi| fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
F o u r1............................
F iv e 1.............................
S i x 1...............................
Seven.............................

1
2
6
7
5
1
5

$0.657
.402
.446
.446
.460
.327
.260

34.0
40.0
49.0
109.5
115.8
88.5
51.8

$22.35
16.05
21. 88
49.63
53.93
36.00
13. 54

$0.657
.401
.446
.453
.466
.407
.261

Total..........................

14

.388

47.6

18.10

.380

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

4
5
2
15

.632
.527
.521
.347

62.5
53.0
54.3
53.2

32.92
28.32
22.03
18.50

.527
.534
.406
.348

T otal..........................

20

.439

54.7

22.88

.418

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four..............................
F iv e...............................

2
1
1
1
1

.338
.325
.325
.300
.290

67.5
53.0
60.0
22.5
74.0

22.80
17.23
19.50
6.75
21. 45

.338
.325
.325
.300
.290

Total..........................

6

.319

57.4

18.42

.321

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

5
4
3
1

.220
.588
.448
.250

57.0
45.5
50.0
56.0

11.69
26.75
22.38
15.00

.205
.588
.448
.268

Total.........................

13

.388

51.8

19.05

.368

Establishment N o .i
One1..............................
T w o...............................
Three.............................
Four..............................
F iv e ...............................

1
1
2
1
1

.225
.250
.225
.300
.225

97.0
53.0
44.5
49.0
55.5

21.80
13.25
9.90
14.70
12.49

.225
.250
.222
.300
.225 ;

T otal.........................

5

.245

49.3

12.05

_ 244 1

___

1

1

Grand to ta l3..........

162

.429 j

51.7

21.12 |
I

I
.409 |

22

A

11

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Line
No.

20
m
Under and
an 3.
20
under under
22J
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division N o . S.

D ivision N o . 4.

1
6
1

G

D ivision N o . 5.

i

D ivision N o. 6 .

22

1

22

1

D ivision N o . 7.

21
2»
23
24
25

1
1
1

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* At 17£ and under 20 cents.




GENERAL TABLES.

281

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N H ID ES AN D CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
T R IPE SCRAPERS AND FIN ISH ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52^
m
50
55
45
25
27*
32£
35
37|
30
40
57*
m
60
and
and
and
and and
and
ana
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
32*
52*
55
42^
45
60
27*
30
35
40
50
37*
47*
m
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

1
1
2

1

2
1

j
3 |

2

1

1
1
1

1
1
1 _____ i
i

1
1

2
1

2

3 1

2

1
1

2

2

2

2
2

1

1

1
1

2

1

1

1

2

1

1

2

1
1
1

.

1

1
1

1

1

1...

3
2

2

1.

1

3

2

1

5

12
13
14
15
16

1
i
M

1

9

10
11

1

1

i
j
2 ............ !...........
i
.......... I...........
.............t ; ; ; ; ; ;
1

1
1
1

3

1

2

17
18
19

3

3

2

20

21
22

1
1

23
24
25

1
2
9

1
8

5

17

6

10

10

14

15

6

9

7 |

2

5

22

a Total for 39 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolh not
included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
e

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

\L (O TH ER

T H A N H ID E S A N D CASING S) D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.

PIGS’ FEET SHAVERS; CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS,: MALES.

1U
.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average Average
rate of
Average
hours
worked earnings hourly
wages
per
per
per
week. earnings. Under
week.
hour.

22!
20
afid
and
under under
cents. 22!
25
cents. cents.
20

Division No. 1.

Establishment No.:
1
One..........................
2
Two........................
3
Three.......................
4
Four........................

3
1
4
2

$0.410
.495
.404
.440

45.3
39.0
50.0
54.0

$18.48'
19.29
20.19
21.11

$0.408
.495
.404
.391

Total....................

10

.422

48.3

19.77

.409

3
1
4
1

39.7
65.0
37.5
62.5
45.0
58.6
43.5
44.5
56.0
49.2

3

.299
.306
.190
.331
.584
.434
.672
.796
.261
.276
.250
.250
.258

44.7

11.90
19.86
7.38
20.69
26.30
24.66
29.22
* 35.40
14.60
12.99
30.00
16.50
11.45

.300
.306
.197
.331
.584
.421
.672
.796
.261
.264
.250
.250
.256

35

.321

48.8

15.5i

.318

3
3
4

.282
.225
.392
.633

14.23
9.90
15.16
54.64
9.85
18.84
33.44
13.59
8.06

.280
.230
.399
.576
.275
.304
.229
.219

42

1

*6

3

!

Division No. 2.

5

6
7

8
9

10
1
1
12

13
14
15
16
17

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two.........................
Three.......................
Four........................
Five........................
Six..........................
Seven.......................
Eight.......................
Nine........................
Ten..........................
Eleven 2..................
Twelve....................
Thirteen..................
Total....................

1

1
1
1

14
3
1

120.0
66.0

2
13

1

13

1

2

1

1

Division N o. 8.

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two........................
20
Three......................
21
Four 2 ......................
22
Five........................
Six..........................
23
24
Seven2....................
25
Eight.......................
26
Nine........................

11
4

.200

50.8
43.0
38.0
94.8
49.3
68.5
109.8
59.3
36.9

Total....................

27

.257

50.0

12.72

.254

3

.298
.250

41.0
56.5
30.0

12.32
14.13

.301
.250

.200

6.00

.200

1

6

.266

44.3

11.87

.268

3

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two.........................
Three.......................
Four........................
Five........................

3
1
4
1
3

.325
.300
.250
.267
.275

38.1
18.5
60.5
55.0
60.0

12.38
5.55
15.13
14.67
16.50

.325
.300
.250
.267
.275

Total....................

12

.281

1
50.8 i

13.95 :

.742 1
.......... ..........1
..........

18
19

5
1
1

3

.200

.275
.304
.235

1

.200

34

5
6

Division N o. 4.

27
28
29

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two.........................
T l^ e ......................
Total....... ............

2
1

2

Division No. 5.

30
31
32
33
34

L 171an u d 20 cen
A1
d n er
ts.

u s
is
lish en
iw ly ay-roll p
eriodan a n in d inth total,
d re ot clu ed
e
!T1 bfig re for th estab m t covera b eek p
>2 t b15 an u d 17! cen 2 at 17! and u d 20 cen
d n er
ts;
n er
ts.




283

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AN D CASING S) D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
PIGS’ FEET SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

30
32*
27%
35
37*
25
40
and
and and
and and
and
and
under under under under under under under
35
32*
27*
30
37%
40
42*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

52*
42*
45
50
55
57*
60
and and and
and
and and and
cents
under under under under under under under
and
57*
45
55
50
52*
60
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. . cents cents. cents.
i
1

1

2
1
1

1

1

3
1

1

4

3

1

1
' 1

1

1

1
1
1

1

1

1
1
1

1
13
3
1
2

1

17

2

1 1

1
1

1

1

1
t
_____ _______
1

1

i
;

1

l

1

1

1

1

1

l
j

;;;;;;
1
1

2 .......... i...........
1
.......... i...........

l

3

3

2

I
i
1

1

j
i
1

2

1
!
i

!

2

1
1

1

5

i
1

1
2

3

.......... i
---------

I
’

-':

1

1
!

4
1
3
5

3

2




1

1

* 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17* and under 20 cents,
s See notes to details.

j

284

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A . — A V ERA G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R H OUR, A V ERA G E NUM BER
EARNIN GS P E R H O U R, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY R A TE S,
OFFAL (O TH ER TH AN HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
PIGS* FEET. SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

22\
20
and
and
under under
221
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Under

20

Division N o . 6 .

1
2
3

Establishment N o.:

9
7
9
1

$0,260
.250
.247
.320

53.0
54.6
45.0
62.0

$13.79
13.68
11.09
19.84

26

. 255

51.0

13.06

.256

1
1
1
.2
2

.348
.244
.275
.532
.238
.275

66.0
61.8
24.0
52.8

23.00
15.15
6.60
22.45
13.19
14.51

.348
.245
.275
.473
.238
.275

Total.........................

11

.287

54.6

15.28

.280

Grand to ta l1..........

127

.293

50.0

14.41

‘

.260
.251
.246
.320

.288

T w o...............................

4

2
1
! ............

3

Division N o . 7.

5
6
7
8
9
10

Establishment N o.:
O n e ..............................
....................
Two
..................
Three
Four..............................
Five .............................
Six
..
.

4

4 7 .5
55 .5

2
1

i

2 |
20

i

9 ;

12

TOE P U L L E R S , F E E T S P L IT T E R S , A N D T R IM M E R S : M A L E 3.
Division N o . 1.

11
12
13

Establishment N o-­
One................................
Two
......................
Three ..........................
Total

...................

6
1
3

$0,244
.300
.273

52.3
29.0
62.7

$12.61
8.70
16.97

$0,241 1
.300
.271

2

3

10

. 259

53.1

13.53

.255 1

2

4

|
i

Division N o . 2.

14
15
16
17
18

Establishment N o.:
O n e ..............................
T w o...............................
Three
..................
Four..............................
F iv e...............................
Total

................

l

3
1

66.8
49.0
25.0
58.5
70.5

15.48
11.05
10.18
15.21
17.63

.232
.225
.407
.260
.250

2

1
1

.231
.225
.404
.260
.250

11

.313

45.8

12.84

.280

2

1

59.0
38.5
59.0
109.7
46.0

14.75
9.14
8.85
33.40
11.50

.250
.237
.150
.305
.250

31

10.81 !

.226

31

5

1

1

Division N o . 8 .

Establishment No.:
O n e ..............................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four * ............................
F iv e...............................

2
1
3
2

.250
.250
.150
.304
.250

T otal.........................

19
20
21
22
23

6

.233 !

47.8 I

1

I

1

1 Total for 41 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
2 See notes to details.




GENERAL TABLES.

285

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER TH A N H ID ES AND CASINGS) D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
PIGS’ FEET SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
35
42*
37*
45
5540
25
30
50
5
2-3
57*
60
47*, and an< and and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and and
*and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
42*
37*
32*
45
52*
40
47*
50
27*
30
57*
55
60
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. ccnts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

19

9

10
47

TO E P U L L E R S , F E E T S P L IT T E R S , A N D T R IM M E R S : M A L E S .

i

l

1
1

l

l

2

11
12
i

[
1

l

1
1

l
l
3

4

4

i
1

_____ 1______

13

14
15
16
17
18

1 ..

|

1

1
i
l

2

!

i
i

2
3

19

20
21
22
23

l

t

!

3 At 15 and under 20 cents.
* The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




286
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
A .—

AV ERA G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R HOUR, AV ER A G E NUM BER
EARNIN GS P E R H OUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y R A TE S ,

OFFAL (O TH ER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPAR TM E N T—Continued.
TOE PULLERS, SPLITTERS, AND TRIMMERS: MALES—Concluded.

lin e
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Division No.
1
2

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

4.

Establishment No*:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

20
22*
Under and
and?
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

1
2
2

$0,200
.293

21.8
46.5

$4.35
12.28

$0,200
.264

2

4

.246

34.1

8.31

.244

2

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

2
1

.259
.275

55.0
60.5

14.25
16.64

.259
.275

T o ta l.........................

3

.264

56.8

15.05

.265

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

2
2

.256
.250

52.5
49.0

13.46
12.25

.256
.250

Total..........................

4

.253

50.8

12.85

.253

1
2

.263
.275
.248

54.0
45.0
34.3

14.11
12.30
8.48

.261
.275
.247

2

T «tal____ ____ , ____

7

.260

47.1

12.24

.260

2

Grand t o ta l1..........

45

.268

48.0

12.37

.258

T otal.........................

1
1

Division No. 5.
3
4

Division No.
5
6

6.

Division No. 7.
7
8
9

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ................. ..............
Three.............................

4

21

9

6

FINISHERS: MALES.
Division No. 2.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

E stablishment N o.:
O n e3...............................
T w o................................
Three ...........................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six
.............................
Seven.............................
E ig h t3..........................
N in e3.............................
T otal..........................

1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

$0.275
.300
.250
.225
.243
.362
.275
.270
.325

126.0
60.0
70.5
58.5
60.0
48.5
68.0
120.0
57.5

$34.65
18.00
17.62
13.15
17.10
17.55
18.70
32.40
18.68

$0.275
.300
.250
.225
.285
.362
.275
.270
.325

7

.271

60.8

17.03

.280

1
1

.285
. 265

110. 5
109.5

31. 49
29.01

. 285
. 2C5

1
i
!
!
I
1

1

1

1

;

!

2

Division No. 3.
19
20

Establishment N o.:
O ne3...............................
T w o 3.............................

i Total for 21 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

287

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H IDES AN D CASINGS) D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
TOE PULLERS, SPLITTE RS, AND TRIM M ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

42*
45
27*
32*
35
37*
50
52*
55
57*
25
40
30
60
47|
and and
ana
and
and
and
and
and
and
and | and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under, under under cents
and
50
52*
45
32*
35
37*
40
42*
55
57*
27*
30
47*
60
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.'cents. cents.
|

|
i
.......... 1
...........
!

1
1

2

i

1

i

1

2

.......... I

2
2
4

2

2
1

2

3

15 |

2 |

1

5

4

2

.......... i........... i........... I........... i .........
1
!
:
1

F IN IS H E R S : M ALES.
i

j

I

1

'

I

1

2

i

1
1
1 1
1

i

i
1

13
14
15
16
17
18

i

l

1
1

10
11
12

I
i
i
i

1
1
1

[

l !
!
j

1
I

_____ 1
______

19

1
1

:

i

...........1
...........

20

* At 15 and under 20 cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay roll period and are not included in the total.




288

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A . —AVERA G E R A T E OP WAGES P E R H O UR, AV ER A G E NUM BER
EARNIN GS P E R H O UR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY R A TE S,
OFFAL (O TH ER THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTM EN T— Continued.
F IN ISH E R S: MALES—Concluded.

1
i

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r whp re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.
Under

20

cents.

20

224

2 -4
2

25

and
and
-under under
ccnts. cents.

D ivision N o . 5.

1
2

Establishment No.:
One
...................
Two............................
Total.......................

2

$ 0 ,2 9 5
.2 5 0

5 2 .5
5 4 .3

$ 1 5 .4 8
1 3 .5 7

$ 0 .2 9 5
.2 5 0

6

.2 6 5

5 3 .7

1 4 .2 0

.2 6 5

5

.2 8 5

5 6 .5

1 6 .0 8

.2 8 5

1

.2 5 0

5 9 .5

1 4 . 87

.2 5 0

19 |

.2 7 2

5 7 .3

1 5 .7 7

.2 7 5

4

D ivision N o . 6 .

3

Establishment N o.:
One ..........................
D ivision N o . 7.

4

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
Grand total].........

j

|
!

1

2

CHISELERS, CH EEKERS, AN D T EM PLER S: F E M A L 33.
15

17|
Under and
and
15
under under
cents.
20
1 74
cents. cents.

Division N o . S.

5

Establishment No.:
One.........................

1

$ 0 ,2 0 0

'

$ 7 .1 0

3 5 .5

$ 0 .2 0 0

M ACHINE OPERATORS (S K U L L SP L IT TE R S, J A W -B O N E PU L LER S, HO RN S A W Y E R S ,
T E E T H G R IN D ER S): FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

6

Establishment No.:
One......... ...................

1

$0,175

36.0

£7.00

3
1

.200
.190

42.8
44.0

8.57
8.36

.200
.190

4

.198

43.1

8.52

.197

5 j

.193

41.7

11

SO 194
.

1

D ivision N o . Z.

7
8

Establishment No.:
One..............................
Two.............................
Total

.................

Grand tota l2

. .

* 1
i

I

i

. 197 |

!

8 -2 1 !
i

1

2

1

1 Total for 10 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishmefits with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




289

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O T H E B T H A N HIDES AN D CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
FIN ISH ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
32*
25
30
52*
35
37*
45
40
55
57*
50
47!, and and and and 60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
45
27*
30
42*
37*
35
52*
55
57*
40
60
47*
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

1
2

3

4

C H IS E L E R S , C H E E K E R S , A N D T E M P L E R S : F E M A L E S .

37*
47*
32*
40
22*
25
30
42*
20
27*
50
45
35
52*
55
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
40
27*
52*
30
37*
42*
32*
35
50
55
22*
25
45
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

5

1
1

M A C H IN E O P E R A T O R S ( S K U L L S P L I T T E R S , J A W -B O N E P U L L E R S , H O R N S A W Y E R S ,
T E E T H G R I N D E R S ): F E M A L E S .

6

3

7
£

3
_____ i______
I
I

3

1
.......... 1
...........

3 Total for 3 establishments with weekly pay rolls.

95121°— 19— Bull. 252------ 19




290

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID E S AN D CASING S) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
TRIMM ERS: FEMALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

8
18

$0,184
.175

48.4
37.0

$8.91
6.94

$0,184
.188

1

5
18

26

.178

40.5

7.55

.186

1

23

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
S e v e n ...........................
E ig h t.............................
N in e1.............................

4
7
1
3
1
4
4
1
2

.148
.140
.200
.208
.190
.190
.194
.225
.175

40.1
39.1
35.5
44.5
27.5
38.1
35.0
43.5
60.5

6.00
5.47
7.10
9.29
5.20
7.24
6. 78
9.78
10.59

.149
. 140
.200
.209
.190
. 190
.194
.225
.175

21
27

Total..........................

25

.174

38.7

6.73

.174

28

Establishment N o.:
One1..............................
T w o ...............................
Three- ...........................

2
1
14

.200
.200
.141

84.5
40.5
41.5

16.90
8.10
7.28

.200
.200
.175

2 14

Total..........................

15

.145

41.5

7.34

.177

2 14

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................

2
5
12

.193
.200
.169

44.8
40.5
45.5

7.52
9.09
7.70

.168
.224
.169

1
3
6

6

Total..........................

19

.180

44.1

S. 04

. 182

10

6

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

15
17\
Under and
and
15
under under
cents.
20
171
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

Division N o. £.

3

1
4
1
2
3

5

D ivision N o. S.

D ivision N o. J
t.

D ivision N o . 5 .

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3

.213

53.7

11.50

Grand to ta l3...........

88

.173

41.4

7.52

1

.214
.182 | 3 22

15

35

PLUCK TRIMMERS: FEMALES.
Division N o . 1.

19

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

$0,175

37.0

$7.17

1

$0.194
i

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 12 J and under 15 cents.




291

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O T H E R T H A N H ID ES AND CASING S) D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMM ERS: FEMALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

324
45
47§
25
27J
35
40
30
42^
52J
20
50
m
m
55
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
45
32|
35
25
50
22|
30
40
27*
42£
55
47252 h
m
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

2

Line
No.

1
2

1
I

2

3
4
5

I
i
1

1
3

6
7

8

3
1

9

*i

7

{

1

j

i

t

1

1

2
4

2 ;

!

1

2
i
...........j...........

2

i
j
1

12
13
14

1
!

10

1
i
1
.......... I.........

i
1
_____ _______!______

2
1

1

10
11

!

i

i
;

1
1
I

i

15

IS
17

1
I
i

i
I

PLTJCK TRIMMERS: FEMALES.

8Total for 16 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




292
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (O TH ER TH AN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTM ENT— Continued.
LABORERS: FEMALES.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

15
Under and
and
under under
15
cents. : 17*
20
cents. , cents.
i

D ivision N o . 2.

1

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

$0.175

57.0

$9.97

1

$0,175

WASHERS : FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

3
12

$0.172
.175

53.8
34.0

$9.02
6.19

$0.168
.182

T o ta l.........................

15

.174

38.0

6.75

.178

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
Two
...........................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
Ei<?ht.............................
N in e...............................

9
10
2
2
9
3
2
6
6

. 141
. 140
.200
.205
. 196
. 180
. 188
. 175
.175

49.2
52.1
36.5
47.0
45.2
43.3
35.5
49.7
50.3

6.94
7.40
7.30
9.63
8.84
7.80
6.65
8.69
8.81

.141
. 142
.200
.205
. 196
. 180
.187
. 175
.175

T o ta l.........................

49

.168

47.7

7.99

.167

Establishment N o.:
One 2.............................
T w o ...............................

2
10

.200
.200

90.3
39.1

18.05
8.34

.200
.213

T o ta l.........................

10

.200

39.1

8.34

.213

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................

3
2
12

. 155
.150
.166

26.5
44.5
47.3

4.20
6.68
7.83

. 158
. 150
.166

3
2
11

1

T otal..........................

17

.162

43.3

7.06

.163

16

1

Grand to ta l8...........

2
3

Establishment N o.:
O n e ...............................
Tw o
.........l ................

91

.172 |

44.3

7.65 |

. 173

2
2

1
12
13

D ivision N o . 2.

4
5
6
7
8
9
IQ
11
12

1

18
1 10
1

4
3
1
6
6

1

1 18

20

D ivision N o . S.

13
14

____

1

D ivision N o . 4 .

15
16
17

1 18

1

19

34

TRIPE WASHERS: FEMALES.

|

D ivision N o . 1.

I

!
18

Establishment N o .:
One.................................

2

$0.175

37. 5 !

$7.27 |

$0.194

2

1 A t 12J and under 15 cents.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay roll period and are not included in the to ta l.




GENERAL TABLES.

293

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N H ID ES AND CASING S) D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
LABO RERS: FEMALES.

Number who -received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line

22!

52!
45
37!
35
27i
25
425
30
50
40
32i
4^
7
55
an<
an<
and
an<
and
and
and
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
45
55
4 7!
37!
35
32!
52!
42!
40
30
25
50
22!
27!
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

20

No.

WASHERS: FEMALES.

|

2
2
5

i
;.......... 1...........
1
...........1
...........
1

1

i

1

I

I
1
_____ I______ I______ 1______
!
1
.......... 1
........... 1
...........
.......... I...........
1
i

10

2
10

1
_____
J
!

10

i
[
I
!
i
i
I

l
I
i

;

i
!

i

10
11
12

13
14

15
16
17

20

I
1

I
1

|
I

===== ===== = = =

______ ______

TRIPE WASHERS: FEMALES.

18
3 Total for 15 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
Included.




294

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

Table

A . —A V E R A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R H O U R, A V E R A G E NUM BER
-■ EARN IN GS P E R H O UR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RA TE S,

OFFAL (O TH ER TH AN HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM ENT—Continued.
TRIPE WASHERS: FEMALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number*

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
4

$0,140
.140

38.5
47.8

$5.39
6.69

$0.140
.140

i 2
i 4

a

. 140

44.7

6.25

.140

16

l

.200

40.5

8.10

.200

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

15
17^
Under and
and
under under
15
cents.
20
17*
cents. eents.

D ivision N o . 2 .

1
2

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
T o ta l.....................
D ivision N o . S.

3

Establishment N o .:
O n e .............................
D ivision N o . 5 .

Establishment No.:*
One.................................

37

.154

49.6

7.62

.154

i2

32

2

Grand to ta l2...........

4

46

.154

48.3

7.44

.154

i8

32

4.

4

1

TRIPE S ALDERS AND COOKERS: FEM
O
ALES.
Division N o . 2.

5

Establishment N o .:
One.................................

1

$0.140

33.5

$4.69

$0.140

i 1

TRIPE SCRAPERS AND FINISHERS: FEMALES.
Division N o .

6

4.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

5

$0.169

51.2

$8.67

$0.169

PIGS' FEET SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ................................

2
3

$0.150
.281

44.0
36.5

$7.12
10.62

$0,162
.291

2

T o ta l..........................

5

.228

39.5

9.22

.233

2

3
24
2
1
2
1
3

.140
. 142
. 140
.190
.175
.175
.551

43.7
53.7
41.5
53.0
37.3
47.0
52.5

6.11
7.61
5.81
10.07
6.52
8.22
17.14

.140
.142
.140
.190
.175
.175
.326

1 23

36 1

.180 (

51.0

8.21

.161

128

D ivision N o . 2.

Establishment N o .:
O n e ...............................
T w o ................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six...................................
Seven.............................
T o ta l..........................




i A t 12| and under 15 cents.

13

12

1
2
1

5

GENERAL TABLES.

295

OP HOUBS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N HIDES AN D CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
T R IPE W ASH ERS: FEMALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27£ 30
32|
35
37;
42 i
45
47J
52J
25
22J
40
50
20
55
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
35
42i
45
47£
50
52i
55
37 £
25
22\
27i
30
32|
40
over.
cents. eents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

TRIPE SCALDERS AND COOKERS: FEM
ALES.

TRIPE SCRAPERS AND FINISHERS: FEM
ALES.

I
1
1
....... i........

1

i
!

6

1

PIGS’ FEET SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: FEM
ALES.
j

1

2

1

i

2

1
j
!

9

1




10
11
12

1
i
I
i

....

1

1

l
I

* Total for 5 establishments with weekly pay rolls.

2

l

2

13
14
15

296

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A __ AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

OFFAL (O TH E B THAN HIDES AND CASINGS) DEPARTM EN T— Concluded.
PIGS’ FEET SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: FEMALES—Concluded.

No.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ................................

3
1

$0,153
.150

53.0
55.0

$8.15
8.25

$0.154
.150

T o ta l..........................

Liine

4

.153

53.5

8.18

.153

2

.175

49.8

8.70

.175

2

.240

54.5

13.08

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

.240

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

15
Under and
and
15
under under
cents.
20
17*
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . S.

1
2

3
1

4

D ivision N o . 4 .

3

Establishment N o .:
One.................................

2

D ivision N o . 5.

4

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Division N o . 7.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................

1

.185

45.0

8 .30

.185

Grand to ta l1...........

5

50

.185

50.0

8.52

.170

1

228

6

8

TOE PULLERS, FEET SPLITTERS, AND TRIMMERS: FEMALES.
Division N o . 1.

3
6

$0,215
.185

42.0
51.8

$8.67
9.56

$0.207
.184

1

T o ta l..........................

6
7

Establishment N o .:
O n e ...............................
T w o ...............................

9

.195

48.6

9.27

.191

1

5

•

D ivision N o . 2.

8
g
10
11

5

Establishment N o.:
One
..
...............
Two
. .........
Three
.......................
Four...............................

1
2
2
1

.230
.200
.505
.175

58.0
53.5
26.0
43.5

13.36
10.70
13.14
7.61

.230
.200
.505
.175

1

6

.303

43.4

11.44

.263

1

4

.171

52.2

8.94

.171

1

.175

34.0

5.95

.175

Establishment N o .:
One . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2

.200

55.0

10.99

.200

1

"Grand total 3 . . . . . .

22

.220

47.7

9.81

.205

3

Total

...................

D ivision N o . S.

12

E stablishmentrNo.:
One.................................

1

3

D ivision N o . 4•

13

Establishment N o.:
One.................

1

D ivision N o . 5.

14




» Total for 14 establishments with weekly pay rolls.
* At 12* and under 15 cents.

10

297

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
OFFAL (O TH ER T H A N HIDES AND CASINGS) D EPARTM EN T— Concluded.
PIGS’ FEET SHAVERS, CLEANERS, SCRAPERS, AND SINGERS: FEMALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classied rate of wages per hour.

22

*
32*
35
52*
25
27*
37*
45
30
40
50
20
42*
55
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
35
55
27*
32*
37*
25
30
40
45
52*
22*
50
47t
42*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

1
2

3

2

4

5

2

|
!

2

1

1

1

2

TO E P U L L E R S , F E E T S P L IT T E R S , A N D T R IM M E R S : F E M A L E S .

1
1

1
1

______ 1................i ................
i

2

1
...............i ................1................

2
l
f

1

1

1

2

l

1

1

l

1

!

i
1

3

3

i




3 Total for 9 establishments with weekly pay rolls.

!
i

298
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

A* — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES
HIDE DEPARTMENT.
INSPECTORS, TRIMMERS, AND GRADERS: MAXES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
Six..................................

13
10
* 11
2
1
18

$0.274
.268
.255
.300
.400
.266

54.4
'51.5
65.8
60.0
45.0
61.3

$14.94
13.73
16.95
18.00
24.00
16. 32

$0.275
.267
.258
.300
.533
.266

4
1
2

Total..........................

55

.270

58.4

15.85

.271

7

7
2
3
5
2
6
4
2
8
6
5
5
5
5
6
6
6

.244
.280
.273
.267
.240
.316
.274
.275
.289
.283
.288
.292
.293
.287
.280
.300
.292

50.6
99.5
60.0
59.7
46.0
62.3
58. 7
61.5
54. 8
60.1
60.9
56.8
50.2
113.3
117.3
51.8
56.4

12.36
26.48
16.40
15. 93
11.04
19.69
16.11
16.90
16.01
17.02
17.54
16.67
14.80
33.18
32.80
15.63
16.56

.244
.266
.273
.267
.240
.316
.274
.275
.292
.283
.288
.293
.295
.293
.280
.301
.294

4

70

.283

56.5

16.03

.284

7

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o...............................
Three............................
Four 1 ...........................
F iv e 1 ...........................
Six..................................
Seven 1 ........................
E igh t.............................

2
1
12
&
1
2
2
2

.275
.408
.304
.285
.325
.300
.279
.300

42.0
60.0
58.2
84.7
121.5
60.5
100.3
53.3

11.60
24.50
17.69
24.13
39.48
18.15
31.38
15.98

.276
.408
.304
. 2S5
.325
.300
.313
.300

Total......... ...............

19

.305

56.3

17.28

.307

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................

3
1
8
6
1
1

.242
.250
.276
.254
.250
.225

68.2
62.5
59.4
51.1
60.0
36.0

17.28
15.62
16.42
13.08
15.00
8.10

.253
.250
.277
.256
.250
.225

1

Total.........................

Line
N o.

20

.259

57.2

15.02

.262

1

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
22^
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
m
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

D ivision N o . 2.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
Two i ...........................
Three.............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E i g h t . . . . .....................
N in e ...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen......... .............
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen1 ____ _______
Seventeen 1 ..........
Eighteen.......................
Nineteen.......................
T o t a l ........................

1
2

D ivision N o . S.

D ivision N o. 4-

2
1
3

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

HOUES WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HIDE D E P A R T M E N T .
INSPECTORS, TRIMM ERS, AND GRADERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

55
52*
57*
45 ■ 47*
50
37*
40
32*
35
25
30
60
and and
and
and and and land and
and
and
and
and
and
a
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under
under
and
55
57*
45
52*
60
42*
50
37*
40
27*
32*
35
47*
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.
!

3
4
5

4
4
4

1

!
j
.......... 1
...........
.......... 1

2
8

2

1
2

6

10
22

3
4
5

.......

i
20

1
2

1

1

2
2

2

1

1

1
1

5

1
2

1
11

35

1

2
1

l
i
i
i
j
i
....................... ! ........... I...........
1
i

2
1
1
1
1

I
i
....................... t........... i...........
i
i
1
>
.......... 1

.......

1
1
9

5

l
7

1
1

1
1

3

1
3
6

2

,

1
i
1

J

___ ________

_____ ■!

1

!

1
2

1

3

12

i

i

:

2
1
4
3
1
11

3
1

4




I
1
1
i
!
1
!
I
.......... !........... 1
...........
•.......... *........... 1........... 1........... ■
,
1

i .

1

1 .......... 1
........... ...........

10
11
12
13
14
15

16

17
18
19

20
21
22
23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

i

l

2

9

!

2
1

8

1

2

4
3
1
4
3
5
5
4

i
|
i

7

3

1
1

.

i

1
1
3
2

1
1

1

t.

j

i

32
i
i
i
1

33
34
35

36
37

300

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A . —A V E R A G E R A T E OP WAGES P E R H O UR, AV ER A G E NUM BER
•EARN IN GS P E R H O U R, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY RA TES,
HIDE DEPARTM ENT— Continued.
*

INSPECTORS, TRIMMERS, AND GRADERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0,308
.338
.350
.325
.300
.233
.250
.283
.300
.300
.275

58.8
60.3
40.5
54.0
60.0
70.3
60.5
60.0
62.0
49.5
63.5

$18.01
20.34
21.00
17.55
18.00
16.34
15.10
17.00
18.60
18.00
17.45

$0.307
.338
.519
.325
.300
.233
.250
.283
.300
.364
.275

2

E igh t.............................
Njnp._ rT
.........................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................

2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2

Total..........................

16

.298

57.7

18.16

.315

2

Establishment N o -­
One.................................
T w o................................
Three.............................
Four...........................

3
6
1
4

.207
.270
.300
.336

57.2
46.1
43.0
41.8

11.78
17. 74
18.00
19. 75

.206
.385
.419
.473

3
1

1

Total..........................

Line
No.

14

.278

47.0

17.06

.363

4

1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

.325
.275
.250
.333
.350
.300
.358
.366
.400

60.0
30.0
85.0
60.0
58.0
55.0
50.0
58.0
60.0

19.50
8.25
21.25
20.00
21.00
16. 50
21.50
22.00
24.00

.325
.275
.250
.333
.382
.300
.430
.379
.400

Division and establish-,
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
Under and
and
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

i...
Division No. 5.
1
2
3

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Establishment N o .:

Four...............................
F iv e ...............................

Division No. 6.
12
13
14
15

Division No. 7.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o...............................
Three1 ........................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh
r;.6 t.............................
N in e..............................
Total.........................

8

.338

53 .9

Grand to ta l2...........

202

.282

53.5

19.09
|

16.36

i

I
i
■

i

.354
.290

51

2

1

SPREADERS AND SALTERS: MALES.
Division No. 1.
25
20
27

28

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

7
8

19

$0.246
.244
.257

15

.255

49

53.3
59.4
61.9
56.9

$13.04
14.56
15.85
14.46

$0,245
.245
.256
.254

1
3

5

58.8
14. 81
.253
.252 |
..........
9
i The figures lor this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
Total..........................




301

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HIDE D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
INSPECTORS, TRIMMERS, AND GRADERS: MALE—Concluded

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
57*
52*
32*
42$
37*
40
55
30
35
45
50
25
27*
47*
60
and
and and
and and
and
and and and and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
57*
60
52*
55
32*
42*
35
37*
45
50
30
40
47*
27*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1
1
1

1

1
2

1
1

3
4
5

1

6
7

1

8

1

9

1
1

10
11

2
1

4

3

4

2 t

I
1
.......... I...........
1

1

3
1

1
1

1

4

............

2

2

1
i
* I
!
1
1
i
’ "I
’
i|
44

73 |

i
29 |

1

2
15 |

12
13
14
15

1

•

1
1

No.

!
1
1
i

!
!
.

16
17
18
19

1
1
.

!
1 ;
l
i
t
........... 1
........... |
...........
1 !.......... 1
____ ______. J ........... -______
1 1
|
i
!
1
3 1

1

11 |

1 |

1

1
1

23
24

1

4 1
1

21
22

i.

1

1

!

1

!

.......... I...........
I

SPREADERS AND SALTERS: MALES.

c
5
13
15
39

1

.......... 1
...........
1

1

25
26
27
28

...........1
...........

2 Total for 56 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
e

A ___ AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
HIDE D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SPREADERS AND SALTERS: MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o 1.....................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e .......................
Ten.........................
Eleven...................
Tw elve..................
Thirteen...............
Fourteen 1 ..........
Fifteen1...............
Sixteen.................
Seventeen............

8
3
11
6
2
9
3
4
3
6
8
5
7
10
10
13
13

$0.231
.260
.236
.227
.235
.275
.275
.275
.275
.275
.273
.272
.277
.274
.271
.279
.273

47.0
75. 7
53. 3
56.2
43. 5
55.9
58.3
57.4
62. 7
64. 0
60.4
59.0
59.1
108.6
122.1
50.5
52.5

$10.86
19. 67
12.59
12.75
10.22
15.37
16.04
15. 76
17.23
17.60
16. 49
16.03
16.31
29.53
33. 02
14. 72
14.33

$0,231
.260
.236
.227
.235
.275
.275
.275
.275
.275
.273
.272
.276
.272
.271
.291
.273

T otal..................

98

.263

55.1

14.62

.266

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o.......................
Three1 .................
F o u r1....................
F ive.......................

3
10
2
7
1

.270
.285
.285
.287
.250

37.0
58.1
132.5
110.4
55.0

9.98
16.56
37. 76
31.72
13. 75

.270
.285
.285
.287
.250

T otal.................

14

.279

53.4

14.95

.280

Establishment N o.:
One........................
Tw o.......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................

4
5
12
8
1

.239
.240
.265
.258
.200

69.9
52.6
57.1
57.3
52.0

16.66
12.64
15.14
14. 76
12.75

.238
.240
.265
.258
.245

1

T otal..................

30

.253

58.0

14. 75

.254

2

4
1
3
1

.275
.300
.265
.252
.250

51.0
54.0
57.5
57.3
60.0

14.03
16.20
15.24
14,45
15.00

.275
.300
.265
,252
.250

13

.266

55.3

14.68

.265

3
1
8
3

.200
.235
.267
.267

65.0
7.0
46.2
43.0

13.00
1.64
16.00
16.00

.200
.234
.346
.372

.251 1

46.7 I

14.44

.309 1 . . . . . . I
.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
eainings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22!
20
Under and
and
under under
20
22!
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division N o. 2.

1
2
3
4
5

6
7

8
9

10
1
1
12
13
14
15
16
17

8
2

10
4
2

2

24

D ivision N o. 3.

18
19

20
21
22

D ivision N o. 4.

23
24
25
26
27

3
1
2
5

D ivision N o. 5.

28
29
30
31
32

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................

4

Total.................

1
1

Division No. 6.
33
34
35
36

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................

Total...........

!

15

3
i

1
3

1

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are no t included in the total,




GENERAL TABLES.

303

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HIDE D E P A R T M E N T— Continued.
SPREADERS

AN SA LTE R S:
D

MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
35
37*
42*
27*
45
47*
52*
25
30
40
50
55
57*
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents.
and
35
32*
42*
37*
40
45
52*
55
30
50
27*
57*
47*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

3
1

i

1
1
1
2
3
1
2
7

65

.......... I...........
.......... I .......... !______

4

i
!

.......... |
...........

10
1
1
12

1

13
14
15
16
17

1
I
.......... I...........
j

3
10
2
6

i
i
i
|
.......... 1
...........
i
|
.......... 1...........
1
.......... .............:...........

!
i

1
.......... 1
...........

9
3
4
3
6
• 7
4
6
8
7
12
11

1

Line
No.

I

i

18
19

i

20
21
22

1

10

1
4
12
6

23
24
25
26
27
1

23

1

1
1
i
4
1
2
2
1

1
1

5

6

1

28
29
30
31
32

i
i
1
_____ 1
______ 1
______
.......... 1
...........
I
. 1
.......... !...........
i
.......... I...........
.......... i...........
1
! ■

1
!
i
8
3

11




i

1
'
.......... .............1
........... ..........................
1
'
1
!

33
34
35
36

304

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

Table A — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE. NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H IDE D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SPREADERS AN D SALTERS: HALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

4
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1

$0,275
.250
.200
.250
.200
.300
.263
.247
.275

48.3
17.5
58.5
74.0
57.5
49.5
52.0
60.3
55.0

$13.26
4.38
11.70
18.50
12.00
14.85
13.90
14. 91
15.13

$0,275
.250
.200
.250
.209
.300
.267
.247
.275

Total..........................

15

.263

49.2

12.98

.264

i

Grand total2..........

Line
No.

234

.260

55.2

14.58 j
1

.264

8 j

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22*
20
Under and
and
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o. 7.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three1...........................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................

1

i
2 i
1
2
_______
2
42

1

LA B O R E R S: M ALES.
i

Division N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
Five ...............................
Six..................................
Seven............................

1
59
26
85
3
59
1

$0.250
.229
.228
.227
.250
.225
.175

48.5
46.0
38.5
53.1
39.7
52.3
43.5

$12.12
10.57
8.76
12.13
12.50
11.76
7.61

To ta l.........................

234

.227

49.3

11.26

.228 j

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o 1 .............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen1....................
Fifteen 3........................
Sixteen..........................
Seventeen....................

14
44
25
66
5
22
23
25
21
33
20
32
23
35
19
23
22

.226
.244
.226
.213
.210
.251
.246
.244
.250
.239
.240
.247
.251
.254
.253
.251
.253

40.6
9.0
52.0
40.3
31.2
56.4
35.9
26.3
35.7
47.6
50.1
40.1
38.3
75.9
81.9
40.0
51.9

9.18
2.20
11.74
8.61
6.70
14.18
8.88
6.47
8.95
11.41
12.24
9.93
9.72
19.41
20.90
10.10
13.13

.226
.244
. 226
.214
.214
.251
.247
.246
.251
.239
.244
.248
.253
.256
.255
.252
.253

Total..........................

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

354

.238

42.3

10.09

.239

$0,250
.230
.228
.228
.315
.225
.175

50
25
79
59
31
31

213

D ivision N o. 2.

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

60
3

14
11
25
5
2
15
22
24
30
15
29

63

181

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 Total for 43 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

305

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HIDE D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SPREADERS AND SA LTE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
N o.

52;
55
57*
32*
35
37;
45
40
42*
50
3!
30
274
25
4?i
60
and
and
am
and and
am
and
and
and and
and am
and
ana
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
55
57*
60
52*
37*
32*
35
42*
40
45
50
30
27*
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents.

LA B O R E R S: M ALES.
!

10
11
12

1
9 1
1
6
3

13
14
15
16
i

20

j
1
i
.......... i...........

33

1
21
3
5
1
22
33
17
22
22
100

4
1

2
1
2
2
1

!
.......... |
...........
!
|
i
i
i

10
8

95121°— 19— Bull. 252




17
18
19

20
21
22

1
3

I

A t 17* and under 20 cents.

20

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

306
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A ___ AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
H IDE D EPAR TM EN T— Concluded.
L A B O R E R S : HALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

2
0

22

^
and
and
under under
25
cents.
*
cents. cents.

Under

20

22

D ivision N o . 8 .

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1
1

Three ______________
F our .............................
F iv e ............. ..................
Six*.................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
T o ta l..........................

1

17
15
13
9
5

2
1

$0.225
.256
.250
.250
.275
.270
.238
.225

40.0
49.6
71.6
46.1
55.0
81.1
30.7
55.0

$9.00
12.37
17.93
11.61
15.15
22.76
7.16
12.35

B
O

.258

49.8

13.03

.261

50.8
35.8
56.8
47.2
52.5

10.23
7.49
13.35
11.14
11.80

1

$0.225
.259
.250
.252
.275
.281
.233
.300

.207
235
.236
.225

5

1;
1
8

D ivision N o. 4.

Establishment N o.:
O n e ...............................
Two .............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................

17
19
25
28

1

.207
.235
.236
.225

Total..........................

90

.223

48.2

10.82

.224

55.5
47.0
54.9
18.3
49.9
52.3
44.5

16,65
14.10
13.76
4.11
13.34
15.68
11.84

.300
.300
.251
.225
.267
.300
.266

17

17

.202

.201

16
16

1
1
25
26

1

32

54

D ivision N o . 5.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o...............................
Three.........- .................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................

13

.300
.300
.251
.225
.269
.300
.267

Total..........................

48

.252

38.4

9.93

.259

.249
.267

.221

12.92
16.00
12.48
7.67

.280
.372
.284
.172

29

14

.170

46.2
43.0
44.0
44.7

49 |

.225

45.0

11.83

.263

29

15

14

805 |
1

.234

45.2

10.73

.231

110

487

1
1
10
17
4

2

D ivision N o . 6.

24

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four...............................
Total..........................

3

Grand total ..........

21
2
16
10

4

10

1

12
2

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
27 at 15 and under 17J cents; 2 at 17| and under 20 cents.




307

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
HIDE D EPAR T M EN T —Concluded.
LA BO RE R S: MALES—Coucluded.

Numbei who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
55
32i
m
57J
37i
45
25
35
40
50
30
60
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and and
and
and and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under
under under under under under under
and
42i
57*
45
55
32£
27£
35
60
40
52*
37^
30
50
m
over.
cents. -cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

|
3
15
13
1
5
1
5

1
2

!

9

- 16

7

3
4
5

1

6
7

8
1

9

10
11
12

2
2

13
4

1
1

14
15
16
17
18
19

I

10
1

3

11

2

22

5

7
2

2

2

20

4

21
22

!

23
24

|
9

2

160

33

i
1
5 |
1
...........1
...........

i
1
.......... i............

3 Total for 42 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
* See notes to details.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
e A __ AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING DEPARTM ENT.
CASING PU LLERS OR RU N N ERS: MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..........................
T w o 1..................... .
Three......................
Four........................
F ive....................... .
Six..........................
Seven......................
E igh t.....................

14
18
6
3
38
1
9
36

$0,301
.296
.292
.285
.310
.300
.325
.290

66.5
51.1
61.3
66.7
67.1
56.5
41.6
56.1

$18.53
15.42
17.82
19.03
20.27
18.00
13.52
16.16

$0 .278

Total...................

125

.301

59.3

17.54

.296

6

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o 1.....................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F i v e . . . .................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N ine.......................
Te n.........................
Eleven...................
Twelve..................
Thirteen...............
Fourteen..............
Fifteen..................
Sixteen.................
Seventeen *..........
Eighteen1............
Nineteen...............
Tw en ty.................

13
3
18
3
16
11
17
14
13
13
15
18
13
12
7
15
17
19
16
14

.287
.300
.299
.302
.294
.275
.274
.314
.312
.380
.355
.332
.325
.315
.325
.312
.293
.301
.304
.301

54.6
9 4 .3 .
63.5
51.3
49.4
48.7
55.4
49.3
50.8
45.1
55.6
52.8
43.8
49.7
40.9
60.1
105.8
111.7
64.2
47.9

15.39
28.27
18.32
15.59
14.07
13.73
15.14
15.28
14.98
14.65
19.33
17.32
13.32
15.06
13.06
18.04
30.59
31.84
19.20
14.56

.282
.300
.289
.304
.285
.282
.273
.310
.295
.325
.348
.328
.304
.303
.320
.300
.289
.285
.299
.304

1

T otal.................

IU
.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

228

.312

52.8

15.96

.302

7
4
13
6
16
12
9
4
3
10
6
17
15

.316
.291
.300
.313
.300
.309
.303
.258
.283
.302
.317
.270
.283

52.9
49.9
56.7
54.5
57.3
108.3
123.2
63.1
62.6
56.5
86.2
47.0
40.2

16.71
14. 40
16.98
17.04
17.17
31.88
36.97
16.34
17.75
17.06
27. 43
12.59
11.41

.316
.289
.299
.313
.300
.294
.300
.259
.284
.302
.318
.268
.284

95

.291

15.23

.292 ............1
............
1

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
22!
Under and
and
20
under under
22J
cents.
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1.

1
2
3
4
5

6
7

8

1
3

.302
.291
.285
.302
.319
.325
.288

1
1

Division N o . 2.

9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

1

2
2
2
1

1

8

Division N o . S.

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
Tw o........................
Three.....................
Four.......................
Five........................
S ix 1........................
Seven 1..................
E ig h t.....................
N in e.......................
Ten.........................
E leven1.................
Tw elve..................
Thirteen...............

. Total...........

52.2 )

4

4

afigures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




309

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING DEPARTM ENT.
CASING PU LLERS OR RUNNERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
27*
30
35
37*
25
40
42*
45
52*
57*
50
55
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
37*
30
35
42*
40
45
47*
50
52*
55
27*'
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

3
4

10
8
5

3

1
1
2

7

19
1

9

12

8

15

1

16

22

58

21

2

3

2
1
4
2
4
1
11

7
1
11

1

Line
No.

1
9

3
4
1
2
2

6
3
1
3

1
2
2

20

45

84

1

1

9

10
11
12

1
5
5
1
6
4
2
5
3
2
2
6
10
9
13
11
4

3
2
2
5
2
2

_____ 1
______

1

1
1
6
5
6
5
8
9
7

!
I
1
i
I.......... I

1
1

1 j
1
!
1

1
4
2
2
2
5

l

1
2

2
1
3
1
6
2
14 1

4

7
2
8
3
5
12
8

28

1
2

t

1

1

1 i
1

1

2
7
3
2
3

24

39




1

2

3 1
..........

1
1
2

1

j
i
.......... 1
...........

.

2
12

1
1

1

1
2
2
3
9

23
24
25
26
27

i
!

...........1
............
1
1

59

1
3
5

20
21
22

i
j

i

2
3

1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

L.
i. . .
! * ' 1
i
. ..........
. I .
i ........
!
1
. . J .. .
1
.......... 1
........... J
...........
.......... 1
........... 1
...........
1
1
........... 1
........... 1
...........

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

310

SLAUGHTERING

AND MEAT-PACKING

INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
CASING PU LLERS OR R U N N E RS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

Establishment N o.:
One............................... ..
Tw o................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six...................................

7
11
11
10
2
2

$0,244
.302
.267
.275
.250
.263

28.3
51.5
53.0
54.8
55.5
53.0

$7.12
15. 46
14.13
14. 88
13.90
13.93

$0,252
.300
.267
.272
. 250
.263

Total..........................

43

.273

49.1

13. 48

.275

Establishment N o.:
One...............................
Tw o................................
Three.............
F o u r .............................
Five................................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............
N in e...............................
T e n .................................
Eleven...................
Tw elve..........................

8
1
10
4
2
7
27
2
8
2
3
3

.309
.325
.315
.275
.325
.286
.271
.277
.276
.183
.278
.298

57.8
58.0
35.2
58.8
52.5
56.6
40.5
48.0
49.8
58.5
66.8
61.3

17.90
18. 85
11. 28
16.16
17.06
16.22
10.97
13.30
13.70
10.73
18.63
18.28

.310
.325
.321
.275
.325
.287
.271
.277
.275
.133
.279
.298

Total..........................

77

.284

4& 0

13.66

.285

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
Five...............................
Six..................................

6
4
5
2
10
2

.274
.255
.282
.290
.258
.200

49.5
40.0
40.4
57.3
55.1
71.0

18.57
15.30
18.64
16.55
14.23
14. 20

.375
. 383
.461
.289
.258
.200

T otal..........................

Line
N o.

29

.263

50.6

16.20

.320

4
4
3
3
5
7
2
2

.306
.225
.250
.312
.285
.252
.288
.313

49.6
104.1
42.2
52.7
49.8
59.5
62.0
217.5

15.23
23.68
10.63
16.62
14.58
14.97
17.83
68. 47

.307
.227
.252
.316
.293
.252
.288
.315

24

.278

53.0

14.83

.280

21

2

621

.297

53.1

15.68

.295

65

9 I
j

Division and establish­
ment number.

Under
20
cents.

22*
20
and
and
under under
'25
22*
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 4 .

12

1
1
1

12

1

3

1

D ivision N o . 5.

11
22
1
22

1

11

D ivision N o . 6 .

2
2
1
2

1

2

5

D ivision N o . 7.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o 3.............................
Three.............................
Four.............................
F iv e .............................
Six..............................
Seven.............................
E ig h t4.......................
Total......................
J

5

Grand t o ta l ..........

21
21

1

2

1

1
36

1 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17* and under 20 cents.
* A t 17* and under 20 cents.

8 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
4 The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are noi included in the total.
e not




GENERAL TABLES.

311

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
CASING PULLERS OB. RU N N ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
No.

57*
52i
37*
55
35
32|
30
45
25
50
4i0
42*
m
60
47t
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57|
55
60
45
35
37^
32J
52 g
40
27£
30
m
m
| 50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.i cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.
1
I

4
2
2
1
9

1
1
2
5

3
8
1
2

14

!

2
2 ..........
i
!
;

1
10

i

1

,

1

1

1

I
I
!
|
i

i

4
|

1

3

4
4
1

2

1
5

4
11

1
1

1

l
4 '
1
3

1
2 J
1

i
1 1

i
.......... 1

1

2
1
1

!

I
I ”

"* l

13
14
15
16
17
18

'

1

I
I
■
2
1 .......... :........... j........... i...........
;
1

2

1. .
1
i

1

7

20

22

1
1
2

1
1
1
2
2

2

|

2

!
|
1
1
|
1

7
11

7

1

1
1
1
3
4
1

19

20
21
22
1

1

2
1
1

l

8

1

1

229 | 108

9

1
1
2

23
24

.......... 1
...........

1

1
1

10
138

2 j

4

3

77

11

10
11
12

i

1

2

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

3 1
______1
______ I 1 ^
•
i
i
I

ETotal for 65 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with m onthly pay roll not included.
6 See notes to details.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

312
T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
S T R IP P E R S: MALES.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

22^
20
and
Under and
under under
20
cents.
25
224
cents. cents.

1
Division N o . 1.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................

$0,229
.256
.275
.300
.255
.300
.251

57.0
58.7
68.5
10.5
64.8
38.7
51.6

$13.13
15.09
18.85
3.15
16.52
11.60
12.96

$0.230
.257
.275
.300
.255
.300
,251

8

F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................

18
9
1
1
33
3
33

Total..........................

98

.251

57.0

14.30

.251

8

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................
Four..............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen .......................
Seventeen ..................
Eighteen.......................
Nineteen.......................

10
7
1
5
1
2
11
2
4
8
7
11
10
2
8
8
16
7
12

.248
.293
.200
.215
.250
.250
.274
.285
.265
.285
.272
.277
.282
.290
.289
.262
.262
.274
.269

54.8
51.1
58.5
49.5
17.5
58.8
48. 7
37. 5
59.3
58.3
54.5
42.6
47.2
45.3
51.3
106.3
108.3
69.9
46.0

13.65
15.76
11.70
10.67
4.35
14.69
13.35
10.66
15.79
16.64
14.72
11.91
13.29
13.13
15.17
28.14
28.24
19.02
12.40

.249
.308
.200
.216
.250
.250
.274
.285
.266
.285
.270
.279
.282
.290
.296
.265
.261
.272
.270

11

Total..........................

108

.271

51.2

13.95

.273

U

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e ............................
Six ...............................
Seven.............................
Eight ...........................
N in e...............................
Ten.................................

1
2
2
11
7
6
1
2
2
6

.200
. 275
.275
.296
.274
.283
.175
.305
.268
.254

56.0
52.0
52.0
53.1
126.2
134.3
60.0
104.0
42.0
39.1

11.20
14. 30
14.30
15.76
34.96
37.97
10.50
31.57
11. 42
9.91

.200
.275
.275
.297
.277
.283
.175
.304
.272
.254

Total..........................

25

.272

49.1

1^. 38

.273

U

1

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six...................................

6
13
9
11
3
1

.232
.247
.248
.243
. 192
.250

51.3
50.5
58.8
55.1
37.0
63.5

11.92
13.25
14.54
13.39
7.32
13.40

.232
.262
.247
.243
.198
.250

31

1
3

Total..........................

43

.240

52.7 1

12.96

.246 1

Three.............................

8
1
21
2
32

D ivision N o . 2.

2

2

4
4
1
4

1
1

1

6

10

Division N o. 3.

2
2
2

1

11

D ivision N o. 4 .

1

3
4
g

I

12

4
3

4

17

1 At 174 and under 20 cents.
*The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay roll period and are not included in the total.




313

GENERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
STRIP P E R S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
37*
55
32*
35
52*
25
27*
45
30
40
50
42*
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
57*
37*
27*
55
45
60
35
52*
40
42*
32*
30
47*
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

2
8

3
4
5

1
1
6
3

6
30
46

6

7

1
2

10

8

6
1
1
2
5

4
10
8

1

18

2
1
1

1
2

29

19

20
21
22

3
3
4
4

51

5

23
24
25
26
7

1
1
1

6

1

2

1

I..........

2
2
4
5
6

1
5

6

1
I

1

10

1
.......... 1
...........
6

_____ 1
______

1

1

13

2

1
2

1 I
!
1

3

I
i
1

i
i

...

i
!

!
!
,

i
J

1

.......... 1
............
1

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

!

!

.

3 I




I

_____ I______ i______

I
1
i
!
2
3
5
2

9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

1

4
2
3
8
1

3
5
13
3
8

2

Line
N o.

8 At 15 and under 17* cents.
4 See notes to details.

i
i
i
t

37
38
39
40
41
42

314

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER,
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
S T R IP P E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per

week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

20

22*

Under

and
and.
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

20

D ivision N o. S.

1
2

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................
S ix .........................
Seven....................
E ig h t....................
N in e......................
T e n ........................

8
9

10

$18.20
17.^5
13.52
16.90
15.54
15.91
13.28
17.00
18.23

t.325
.325
.275
.325
.268
.253
.287
.250
.283
.287

.274

55.4-

15. 22

.275

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................

.217

.200

40.0
30.8

13.00
7.10

.325
.231

.206

33. £

9. 06

.300
.225

65.0
72.0

19. 50
16.20

.300

65.0

Grand total2. .

7

56.0
54.0
49.2
52.0
58.1
48.3
59.5
53.0
60.0
63.6

Total..................

6

$0.325
.325
.275
.325
.267
.255
.268
.248
.283
.287

Total..................

3
4
5

.260

53.3

Total..................
*

11
12

28

12.22

D ivision N o . 6.

D ivision N o . 7.

13
14

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o 1.....................

.300
.225

13. 96

FATTERS AND SLIMERS: M
ALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................

Total..

26
26
10
4
37
2
6
59

$0,304
.299
.293
.306
.317
:300
.294
.283

50.9
46. 7
61.7
66.3
69.1
53.0
54.8
56.4

$15.65
13. 82
ia
20.15
21. 67
15. 55
15.98
15.92

$0.308
.296
.292
.304
.314
.293
.292
.282

170

.298

57.3

17.03

.297

0
1

1

4
2
5
1

il

12

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay roll period and are not included in the total.
Total for 50 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.

2




GENERAL TABLES.

315

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
S T R IP P E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
47|
32!
25
57!
52!
45
55
42!
37|
40
50
30
35
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
and and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
35
«7!
47!
37!
40
50
55
30
52!
45
42!
60
32 }
m
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.
|

1
1

........ 1
...........
!
1
i
1
1
i
.......... I............

3
1
3
1
1

5
1
1

j

1
3
5

14

2

i
j
j
1

2

;
!

1

*

3

[
'I

!
j
. . . . . . . . .

........ .

!

'

!

.

1
I
i

1
121

58

29

1.
.......... j........... I...........

2

5

j
i

FATTERS AND SLIMERS: M
ALES.

13
13

4
3
2

1
1
7

3

1
1

7
2

i
j

1
9

22

1

9

1

2
46
94 |

2
3
14 |

3
5
11 |




4

2

8

1

5

5 1

9

a See notes to details.

1

1

No.

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

A . — A V ERA G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R H O U R, A V E R A G E NU M BER
EARN IN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY RATES,
CASING DEPARTM EN T— Continued.
FATTERS AND SUM ERS: MALES—Continued.

ru.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy-

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average Average
hours
rate of
worked earnings hourly
per
per
per
week. earnings. Under
week.
hour.

20

22*

and
and
under under
cents. 22*
25
cents. cents.

20

Division N o. 2.

3
4
5

6
7

8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

$0,285
.365
.277
.321
.299
.314
.315
.353
.350
.321
.333
.327
.290
.348
.338
.325
.338
.332

53.6
77.6
61.3
50.4
48.8
51.2
49.0
59.9
51.5
53.5
45.2
49.3
45.0
55.3
118.8
118.4
60.6
54.3

$15.20
2a 58
17.02
16.48
14.17
15.84
15.78
20.94
17.41
16.85
14.98
16.15
13.05

Total..................

1
2

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o 1.....................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e.......................
Ten.........................
Eleven...................
Tw elve.................
Thirteen...............
Fourteen...............
Fifteen i.................
Sixteen^...............
Seventeen.............
Eighteen...............

.321

S3. 2

16.96

.3 1 8

.380
.280
.263
.303
.359
.397
.300
.292
.387
.283
.274

43.1
40.0
51.0
55.1

132.4
55.5
71.7
95.5
49.1
44.3

15. 72
10.77
13.50
16.66
41.45
51.28
16.65
21.06
35.48
13.67
11.96

.365
.269
.265
.302
.343
.387
.300
.294
.372
.278
.270

51.7

15.37

.297

.357
.341
.350
.364
.243

laso

39.33
36.78
20.35
17.96

$0,284
.368
.278
.327
.290
.309
.322
.350
.338
.315
.332
.328
.290
.340
.331
.311
.336
.331

22

D ivision N o. 3.

19

20
21
22

23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e1.....................
S ix1........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e1.....................
Ten.........................
Eleven...................
Total..................

60

121.0

D ivision N o. 4-

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................

.352
.369
.347
.366
.225

53.0
72.3
55.2
55.0

18.94
24. 66
19.34
19.98
7.95

Total..................

30
31
32
33
34

.353

56.8

19. 95

.300
.350
.275
.325
.271
.352
.279
.250
.278
.309

47.8
34.5
56.5
49.8
46.0
44.9
58.1
60.0
55.5
54.7

14.33
12.08
15.53
16.20
12.52
15.15
16.29
15.00
15.53
16.98

.300
.350
.275
.325
.272
.337
.280
.250
.280
.310

. 297

52.2

15.38

. 294

D ivision N o. S.

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
Eigh t.....................
N in e.......................
Ten.........................

Total......................

43

e figures for this establishment cover




i biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

GENERAL TABLES.

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continue*!.
FA T T E R S AND SLIMERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
25
32|
37*
35
30
45
40
52*
50
57*
55
42|
60
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
ana
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
35
37*
30
42*
45
40
32*
52*
47*
50
57*
55
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2
5
1
1
7
7

7
7

1
1

1

1
2

2
2
4

1
1
1
10
7
1

1
1
5
2
2
1

1

2
1

1
6

2
1
1

1

2
4

1

1

4

1
6
6
11
10
9

3
2
2

61

32

1
1
1

1

4
1
1
6

4

12

7

7

5

3

5

2

4

10

1
4

3

1

1
9

1

2
1

1

2
6

6

23

1

1

1
2

5
4
3
8
1

3
1

I
i

1

1
2
1
19

2

1
2
2

3

4

3
2
6
2

4

5

1

1
3
2
3

i

1

2

1

2
1
3
1
2

1

2

2

1

10

2
11 J
i

3

2

2

14

5

2

2 1

2
3
2
4
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9

...........I...........
I
............1
........... t...........
1 ...........1

* At 171 and under 20 cents.

3
0
3
1
3
2
3
3
3
4

7

1

i
3




6

1

2
5

20
21
22

1

2

21

1
3
1
4
1
5
1
7
1
8

1

2
2
1
13
6
3

4
4
8

9

10

4

1

23

1

8

10
11
12

2
3

4
5
7

1

3
1

3

6

2

*1

li.

3
5
3
6
3
7
3
8
3
9
4
0
4
1
42
43
44

318

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
F A TTE R S AND SLIMERS: MALES—Concluded

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six...................................

6
14
7
12
5
1

$0.193
.317
.290
.319
. 289
.250

42.1
46.0
40.0
47.3
57.0
81.5

$9. 54
16.40
14.98
16.12
16. 47
20.38

$0. 227
.357
.374
.341
.289
.250

Total..........................

Line
N o.

45

.292

46.9

15. 28

.326

3
8
7
3
5
3
2
4
’ 2
6

.292
.288
.239
.250
.235
*308
.595
.275
.275
.296

56.3
47.4
98.1
42.3
50.8
49.0
46.5
65.1
49.5
177.8

16.53
13.86
23.44
10.59
11.94
15.10
19.05
17. 86
13.62
52.95

.293
.292
.239
.250
.235
.308
.410
.274
.275
.298

30

.296

51.0

14.47

.248

601

.310

53.9

16. 76

.311

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

22!
20
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
22!
cents. cents.

D ivision N o. 6.

Establishment N o.:
O n e ...............................

13

2
1
1

1
8

4

9

13

4

22

D ivision N o . 7.

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three 2..........................
Four...............................
F iv e.............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
Ten 3............................
Total..................
Grand total *..........

4
4
1

5
&5

8

70

TU R N E R S : M ALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
T o ta l...................

4
3
2
1
6
1
11

$0,240
.250
.288
.325
.340
.300
.253

46.5
48.0
55.8
18.5
62.1
42.0
49.7

$11.21
12.00
15.97
6.01
21.10
12.60
12.56

$0,241
.250
.286
.325
.340
.300
.253

3

28

.276

50.8

14.15

.279

3

3
1

52.0
94.5
44.5
55.5
56.3
42.5
59.7
53.9
51.0
48.8
56.6
100.2
67.0
58.8

12.56
25.98
9.34
12.21
13.73
12.89
23.38
13.88
13.82
12.66
14.60
25.07
17.87
15.20

.241
.275
.210
.220
.244
.303
.392
.258
.271
.260
.258
.250
.267
.259

55.3

14.82

.268

D ivision N o . 2 .

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o 2.............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix..................................
Seven.............................
Eight.............................
N in e...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
T w elve2.......................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen.. . .

1
4
2
3
4
2
6
5
5
5
5

.243
.275
.210
.220
.241
.297
.398
.259
.275
.265
.260
.250
.268
.259

Total..........................

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

41

.269

x

2
1
1
1

1

2

3

5

11 at 15 and under 17! cents; 2 at 18! and under 20 cents.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL, TABLES.

319

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PEB WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
C ASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
FA TT E R S AND SLIMERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

524
55
574
37i
35
45
32|
25
50
42|
47*
m
40
30
60
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under
under under under under under under under under under under under under under1
and
55
37*
57i I 60
524
45
35
274
40
424
30
50
324
474
over.
cents. cents. cents. eents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents.

3

199

1

3

16
T U R N E R S : M ALES.
i

1
3
1

1
5

1

1
11
15 I

i
1

2

6

t
I
I
1
1
'

i
!
1

1

i
!

______
1 _____ 1

j

i
!
1
i
1

1

•

1
<

i

!

i
i

i

!
j

!

!
|
I

‘

,
1
i
2
1

1
1

3
1
3
5
5
4
5

2

i
.......... I............
I

!
i
1

1

1

1

!
1
I
1
1

1

l

25

1

1.
I
!
1
|

1
1
l
1

3

4 Total for 60 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with m onthly pay roll not included,
e See notes to detai Is.




320
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND H EA T-P A C K IN G INDUSTRY.

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
T U R N E R S : HALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

1
2
2
7
1
1
2

$0,260
.263
.308
.234
.324
.250
.269

48.5
48.3
63.5
84.6
121.5
61.0
42.3

$12.60
12.38
19.51
20.28
39.41
15.25
11.35

$0,260
.256
.307
.240
.324
.250
.269

Total..........................

8

.274

52.2

14.29

.274

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ......... ......................
Three.............................
Four...............................

4
3
7
8

.230
.217
.226
.245

46.0
46.2
53.3
50.0

10.44
10.19
12.01
12.23

.227
.221
.225
.245

1
2
2

Total..........................

22

.233

49.8

11.56

.232

5

Establishment N o .:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

1
2
1
2

.350
.237
.250
.250

53.5
56.5
60.0
57.0

18.73
13.45
15.00
14.01

.350
.238
.250
.246

1

Total..........................

6

.263

56.8

14.77

.260

2

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

2
1
2
2

.117
.248
.229
.248

25.3
47.0
40.0
52.3

3.50
14.85
13.75
15.04

.139
.316
.344
.288

Total..........................

N o.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
...............................
Two
Three.............................
F o u r1............................
F iv e 1.............................
S ix..................................
Seven.............................

Line

7

.205

40.3

11.35

.282

1
5
1
1

.275
.245
.200
.325

46.5
58.0
55.5
20.0

12.80
14.21
11.10
6.50

.275
.245
.200
.325

Division and establish­
ment number.

22*
20
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . S.

1
3

2

1

D ivision N o . 4 .

2
5
7
14

D ivision N o . 5.

1

D ivision N o. 6.

22
1

22

1
1
2

1

4

D ivision N o . 7.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four3.............................
T otal..........................

7

.243

56.0

13.56

119

.259

52.2

13.74

.263

1

1

.242

Grand to ta l4..........

1

22

1

10

30

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay roll period and are not included in the total.
A t 10 and under 12* cents.
* The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay roll period and are not included in the total.

2




GENERAL TABLES.

321

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
JBY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
TU R N E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
No.

52!
57!
55
50
45
37!
25
35
27!
40
32!
42!
30
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
&
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57!
52!
27!
60
45
37!
32!
42!
50
35
47!
40
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

!
1
1
.......... 1
...........
1
.......... 1
............

1

1
1

1
1

1

3

1

. .

3

1
;
i
i
i
i

1

!

!
1

i
1

1
2

1

i
1

_

1

_

1
1
1
1

1
!
1

1
1
2

1

_

1

|
1
1

|
I

1

1
1

1

13
14
15

i

1

l
1

1

10
11

12

1

1
i
1

i

1

1

' 1
|

1

1

i
i
i
i
!
i

1
1

I

1

2

i

1
1
1
l
>
!
. . . . 1 . . .1 . . .

i
1
1
1

i

l
1
1

16
17
18
19

1

i

20
21
22

1
4
1
!
.......... 1 . . . . . .
1

1
4

1

51

7

6

9

3

i

23

1

*Total for 39 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.
95121 °i— 19— Bull. 252-------21




322

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A .—AVERAGE BATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
BLOW ERS, GRADERS, AND IN SPECTORS: MALES.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

1

D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ____

20
22*
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25 .
cents. cents.

'4
5
2
1
1
15

$0.241
.266
.313
.250
.325
.251

57.3
61.6
62.5
67.0
38.5
63.3

$13.97
16.56
19.53
16.75
12.51
15.83

$0,244
.269
.312
.250
.325
.250

28

.259

61.3

15.87

.259

8

.175
.240
.240
.250
.303
.284
.295
.320
.300
.264
.268
.285
.307
.266
.262
.279
.268

88.0
52.9
54.9
61.5
61.7
37.1
57.8
61.8
61.0
51.5
49.5
45.5
55.2
106.3
105.5
66.9
55.3

15.40
12.70
13.11
15.36
18.51
10.47
17.20
19.52
17.85
13.60
13.27
12.95
16.75
29.04
27.66
18.51
14.82

.175
.240
.239
.250
.300
.282
.298
.816
.293
.264
.268
.285
.304
.273
.262
.277
.268

69

.273

54.9

14.97

.273

1
2
1
9
1
13
1
2
3

.320
.288
.275
.281
.290
.289
.300
.263
.278
.267

53.5
57.8
32.0
50.9
125.5
120.0
51.5
63.3
62.3
37.7

17.10
16.63
8.80
14.31
36.39
34.68
15.45
16.87
16.92
10.06

.320
.288
.275
.281
.290
.289
.300
.267
.271
.267

23

.280

52.1

14.56

.279

Establishment N o .:
One
Two .....................
Three.............................
Four.........................

3
1
6
7

.267
.300
.235
.249

56.2
77.0
49.3
62.8

15.00
23.10
11.25
15.57

.267
.300
.228
.248

T o ta l.........................

17

.250 1

57.7

14.39

.249

D ivision N o . 8 .

Establishment N o.:
O n e 1..............................
T w o ...............................
Three....................
Four...............................
F iv e ____
Six___
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N in e...........................
Ten.
E lev en ..
Tw elve___
Thirteen...............
Fourteen1__
Fifteen1__
Sixteen. . . .
Seventeen..
Total___

3

1

4

\

1
5
10
4
8
7
5
2
3
6
3
1
3
14
11

4

>1
4
2 I
1 j
1

3

1 !
............ I
............ |

1 i
I
3

8

D ivision N o . 8 .

Establishment N o.:
O ne__
Two
Three__
Four
F iv e 1_
_
Six i ...........
Seven
E igh t_
_
N in e...........
Ten.
T otal..................

4

i
j
I
1
1

1

D ivision N o. 4 .

3
4

1
1

1

7 !

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

323

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
BLOW ERS, GRADERS, AND INSPECTORS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
35
32*
57*
30
37*
45
50
52*
40
55
60
A2\
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
45
35
47*
52*
57*
32*
37*
50
55
60
30
42*
40
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
4

'

1
2

1
1

3
4
5

1

1
1
13

2

6

1

19

Line
N o.

1

2

7
1
4
2
1
1
5
2

8
i
1
2
7
1

9

10
11
12

6
1
1
1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
1
1

i
l
l
2

1
14
10
3
6

l

1
1

26

16

11

1
1
7
1
13

20
21
22
23

4

1

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

1
1
2
1
1

2
1

2
2

3

11

1

2

1
1

1
2

3

5

7

1

34
35
36
37

1

1




i

a At 17* and under 20 cents.

324

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.

BLOW ERS, GRADERS, AND INSPECTORS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

3
3
1
3

$0,250
.250
.200
.283

43.7
51.5
44.5
63.7

$10.92
12.87
8.90
17.97

$0. 250
. 250
.200
.282

1

T o ta l.........................

10

.255

52.1

13.42

.258

1

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................

2
1
2

.229
.220
.175

45.8
40.0
50.3

13.75
13.20
10.50

.301
.330
.209

11

1
1

T otal.........................

5

.206

46.4

12.34

.266

i 1

2

1
2
1
1

.275
.275
.275
.275

60.5
57.0
51.5
58.0

16.65
15.68
14.35
15.95

.275
.275
.279
.275

T otal..........................

5

.275

56.8

15.66

.276

Grand to ta l2..........

Line
No,

157

.26(T

55.5

14. 85^

.267

i 1

8~

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
221
20
earnings.
week.
and
TJnder and
under under
20
25
22£
cents.
cents. cents.

Division N o. 5.

Division N o. 6 .

2

2

jDivision N o . 7.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ..............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

21

M EASU RER S A N D B U N C H E R S : M ALES.
D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................

4
r
i
i
5
5

$0,266
.250
.300
.350
.304
.260

64.1
64.7
62.0
67.5
68.0
64.2

$17.07
16.17
18.60
23.62
20.31
16.58

$0.266
.250
.300
.350
.299
.258

T otal.........................

19

.278

65.3

18.05

.277

Establishment N o.:
One.......... ......................
T w o 3 ...........................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T e n ...............................
Eleven...........................
Twelve .......................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen 8 ..................
Fifteen 3 .......................
Sixteen.........................
Seventeen.......... ..

3
1
2
1
1
2
2
3
1
2
2
2
1
7
2
2
2

.260
.325
.250
.250
.275
.300
.300
.305
.315
.288
.273
.285
.270
.273
.280
.280
.280

48.0
110.5
38.8
64.0
53.‘ 5
60.0
54.0
58.8
64.5
67.0
55.0
57.5
41.5
135.6
116.3
66.3
42.8

12.38
35.91
9.65
16.00
14.71
17.80
20.10
18.03
20.31
19.26
15.01
16.38
11.20
36.99
31.84
18.55
11.87

.258
.325
.249
.250
.275
.297
.372
.307
.315
.287
.273
.285
.270
.273
.274
.280
.278

T o ta l..........................

26

.281

54.9

15.80

.288

D ivision N o . 2 .

i At 15 and under 17£ cents.
* Total for 43 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

325

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
BLOW ERS, GRADERS, AND INSPECTORS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of

per hour.

45
27*
32i
373
42i
47;
52;
25
35
50
55
57;
30
40
60
an<
an<
ani
an<
an<
an*
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
47*
27*
37*
35
45
55
50
52*
57*
42*
30
32*
40
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

10
11
58

39

22

MEASURERS AND BUNCHERS: MALES.

3
3

1
1

1
5
12

3

1

1

1

4

1

12

1
1
j
1
1

1

13
14
15
16
17

---------1

18
19

3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5

8

1
1
2

1
1
2
1
1

!
r
!
1
1
1

i
I
1
1
1
i
i
i

2
2
2
2
12

6

1
I

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1

8 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




326

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
MEASURERS AND BUNCHERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

Under

20

cents.

Division N o. S.

Establishment N o.:
One.......................
T w o 1 .................
Three...................

$0,250
.300
.275

41.0
122.5
46.0

$10. 25
36. 75
12.75

$0.250
.300
.277

Total................

.263

43.5

11.50

.264

.225
.253
.275
.275

50.3
69.6

.234
.276
.275

54.0

11.76
19.23
18.35
14.50

.254

63.6

17.09

.325
.290

50.5
51.5

16.41
14.95

.325
.290

19.80
14.58

.312
.364

17.40
18. 43
12.60

.300
.298
.225

16. 71

.281

# D ivision N o. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One.......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................

10

Total...............

66.8

D ivision N o. 5.

Establishment N o.:
One.......................
T w o .....................
T o ta l...............

51.0

D ivision N o. 6 .

Establishment N o.:
One.......................
T w o .....................

.248
.243

T o ta l...............

63.5
40.0
47.8

D ivision N o. 7.

Establishm ent N o.
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................

.300
.300
.225

58.0
61.8
56.0

.275

58.7

T otal...............

66

Grand to t a l2.

.283

SALTERS AND PACKERS: MALES.
Division N o. 1.

12
14
4
16
2
22

$0.259
.284
.292
.271
.313
.272

61.7
64.8
61.6
72.2
39.8
60.9

$15.87
18. 46
18. 04
19.46
12.18
16.36

$0.257
.285
.293
.270
.306
. 269

3

T otal..........................

15
16
17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................

70

.274

63.8

17.38

.272

12

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




6
1
2

GENERAL TABLES.

327

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
MEASURERS AND BU N CHERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
52*
27*
32*
35
37*
55
50
45
25
47*
40
42*
30
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
45
57*
52*
50
60
35
37*
42*
27*
32*
40
47*
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

•
1
1
1
1

1

1
i
2
1
1

1

4

1

1
1
1

1

1
1

1
1

1

1
23

1

1

20

12

3

1
1

SALTERS AND PACKERS: M
ALES.

2
5
9

2
2
2
1

11

1

27

8 ,

2
6
2
4
1
7
20

1

1

3

2 Total for 33 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




S L A U G H T E R I N G A N D M E A T -P A C K I N G I N D U S T R Y .
iE A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SALTERS AND P A C K E R S: MALES—Continued.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

20

22!
Under and
and
20
under under
cents. 22!
25
cents. cen ts.

<•
•

D ivision N o . 2.

1
2

Establishment N o .:
One.-...............................
T w o ................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen1.....................
Fourteen1....................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen.........................

8
9

10
1
1
12
13
14
15
16

$0,264
.336
.225
.275
.308
.264
.288
.305
.308
.305
.280
.280
.302
.288
.294
.300

59.2
55.7
45.5
60.5
62.5
36.5
51.0
67.0
61.3
51.7
48.5
51.1
131.5
137.2
69.3
50.2

$15.55
17.52
10.40
16.64
19.28
9.96
14.96
20.38
18.72
16.13
13.98
14.61
40.03
39.56
19.99
15.05

$0,263
.315
.228
.275
.308
.273
.294
.304
.306
.312
.288
.286
.304
.288
.288
.300

65

.288

54.2

15.69

.290

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o 2.............................
Three.............................
F ou r1............................
F iv e 1.............................
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t1...........................
N in e...............................
T en .................................

2
1
6
10
3
2
2
2
i

3

.315
.200
.300
.272
.308
.300
.288
.326
.340
.272

37.8
40.5
54.3
123.5
134.7
63.8
61.5
115.5
60.0
47.3

11.90
8.10
16.33
33.96
41.31
19.15
17.68
37.60
20. 40
12. 85

.315
.200
.301
.275
.307
.300
.287
.326
.340
.271

15

.297

52.7

15.68

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

6
2
6
3

.246
.315
.258
.268

53.8
65.8
62.2
59.7

13.18
20.71
15.84
16.03

.245
.315
.255
.269

3

17

.262

59.2

15.51

.262

3

1
1
3

.275
.325
.247
.275
.269

60.5
53.5
58.0
60.6
55.9

16.64
17.39
14.61
16.75
15.45

.275
.325
.252
.276
.276

*i

.271

58.0

15.89

.274

u

1
1
1

.298

T o ta l.......................

6

7

5
6
6
1
6
6
10
2
6
3
2
4
6
3
5
3

T o ta l.........................

3
4
5

T otal.........................

4

1

4

4

D ivision N o . 8.

17
18
19

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

1

D ivision N o . 4 .

27
28
29
30

1
2
3

D ivision N o . 5,

31
32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Tlr ee.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
T o ta l..........................

4
4

13

1
1
1

1

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
3figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENEEAL TABLES.

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.

E

CASING D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
SALTERS AND PA C K E R S: HALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

ie
37!
42!
45
52!
57!
3 2!
35
50
55
25
m
40
30
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
35
3 7!
55
45
4 7!
57!
27!
32!
40
42!
50
52!
30
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

3

4

3
1

1
1
1
2
2
7
1
1
1

1
2
1

3
2
2

15

18

7

2
1
1

2

6
7

8

1

19

9

10
11
12
1

13
14
15
16

1

4

1

2

1
1

5

2
2

1
1

4

2

2
1
1
1
1
1

6

17
18
19

2

3

1

20
21
22

1
1

23
24
25
26

1

2

1

2
2
1

27
28
29
30

5

31
32
33
34
35

1
1
1

1
1
1
3

2
1
1 1

1
2
3
4
5

2

2
5
2
1
2
2
1
1
3

).

1

3

3 1
..........




1

* A t 15 and under 17* cents.

330

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SALTERS AND PA C K E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

D ivision N o . 6 .

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

20
22*
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
cents. cents.

j
2
2
1
1
4

$0,229
.254
.281
.279
.181

49.0
50.5
51.5
57.0
58.8

$15.01
15.41
14.49
15.89
10. 77

$0,306
.305
.281
.279
.183

i 3

1

T otal.........................

1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
F o u r .................
F iv e...............................

10

.225

54.3

13.43

.248

i 3

2

2

1
1

.300
.250.

59.5
47.0

17.85
11.75

.300
.250

34

10

22

2

4
2

1

1
1

Division N o . 7.

6
7

Establishment N o.:
One............................
T w o...............................
T o ta l.........................

2

.275

53.3

14.80

.278

Grand to ta l2..........

192

.277

58.3

16.18

.278

T R IM M E R S O F C A S IN G S : M A L E S .

D ivision N o . 1.

13
13
1
4
17
6
19

$0.274
.279
.315
.244
.272
.300
.264

53.1
55.3
63.0
42.9
62.4
45.1
58.1

$14.12
15.29
19.84
10.33
16.77
13.52
15. 27

$0.266
.276
.315
.241
.269
.300
.263

*1

To ta l.........................

73

.273

55.9

15.07

.270

41

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o 5 ...........................
Three.............................
Four...............................
Five
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T en.................................
Eleven......................
T w elve.........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..
Sixteen5.......................
Seventeen5..
Eighteen......................
. Nineteen..

7
5
4
10
2
3
11
6
3
10
7
11
6
2
17
7
13
6
11

.263
.255
.272
.263
.300
.228
.307
.288
.305
.322
.311
.274
.303
.300
.276
.368
.272
.283
.291

42.9
74.2
58.9
49.4
49.8
37.8
51.3
57.6
55.0
52.8
53.9
43. 7
52.6
44.3
53.1
112.2
112.6
57.7
54.9

11.18
20.13
15.86
12. 85
14.93
9.16
15.28
16.33
16.43
16.64
15.98
12.01
15.58
12.95
14.84
41.56
30.09
16. 25
16.37

!
i
3
.261
.271
11
1
.269
5
.260
.300
.242
2
.298
1
.284
i
.299
.315
I
.297
1
1
.275
1
1
.296
.293 ............ ...............[..............
_____ 1_______ !_______
.279
.370
1 l I............ ;1
1
............
1
_______ 1
_______
.267
...........1
..............1
.............
.282
1
1
.298
i

Total..........................

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Establishment N o .:
One................................
T w o ............. I ...............
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven............................

116

.287

-51.4

14.68

.286

1

2

7

D ivision N o. 2 .

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

!

8 1

5

1At 17£ and under 20 cents.
* Total for 42 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
and 1 establishment with semimonthly pay roll not included.




331

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
SALTERS AND PA CK ER S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
25
32*
35
37*
45
52*
42*
50
57*
55
30
40
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cent?
and
27 *
35
37*
45
32*
47*
52*
40
42*
50
55
57*
30
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

.uine
N o.

1
2

1
1
1

3
4
5

1
|

2

1

1

j

1
1

)

54

36

1
j
i
,
i

i

j

13

i

6
7

I
|
i
|
j
i
:
.......... 1........... ' ........... 1
...........
I
i
1

i

i

1

52

1

'

T R IM M E R S O F C A S IN G S : M A L E S .

3

7
7
1

1
I

2
10

i

1
3

5

31

5

23

2
1

1
1

3
3

16

4

3

1
1
1
1
2

2
2

5
2
5
1
3
2
2
3
2

8
3
4

3
2
3
2
2

2

32

22

30

1
11

3
1
1

4
2
2
2

7

I
|
i

1
1

1

2
3

I
1
1

1
1
1
2
1
2
16 1
I

'

1
1
i
i

1

i
!
1

2

1
1
1 !

1

1

1
1

I
;
.......... 1...........
...........i...........

8 See notes to details.
*At 15 and under 17* cents.
®The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
e A .—A V E R A G E R A TE O F W AGES P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BER
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S ,

CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMMERS OF CASINGS: MALES—Continued.

i
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­ Average Average Average
hours
Average
ber of rate of
'em­
wages
worked earnings hourly
per
per
per
ploy­
week. earnings. Under
hour.
week.
ees.

20
22!
and
and
under under
cents. 22!
25
cents. cents.
20

D ivision N o . 3.

1
2
3
4
5

6

7

8
9

10
11

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e 1.....................
S i x 1.......................
Seven.....................
Eight.............j . . .
-N i n e 1....................
T e n .........................
Eleven..................
T o ta l.................

58.8
40.0
46.9
57.9
121.4
115.1
70.0
66.5
97.3
49.0
41.1

$17.38
9.00

3
3
5
7

$0.310
.225
.260
.298
.315
.291
.300
.292
.315
.284
.248

37

.280

6

19.53
30.66
13.44
10.31

$0.295
.225
.256
.298
.304
.298
.300
.294
.315
.274
.250

21

1

52.7

14.79

.281

21

2

53.2
71.5
56.7
55.6

15.51
21.69
14. 74
14.36

.292
.303
.260
.258

1

10

.296
.321
.262
.260

37

.275

57.8

15.70

.272

1

7

1
1
2
3
2

55.0
40.5
58.5
52.3
60.8
41. 5
51.5
47.7
62.9

16.50
15.19
19.83
17.15
19.01
10.09
14.67
11. 07
18.23

.300
.375
.339
.328
.313
.243
.285
.232
.290

1

1

4

.300
.375
.340
.325
.313
.239
.285
.225
.290

20

.290

53.1

15. 59

.294

7

.221

55.1
40.0
37.5
57.5
43.0
62.5

17.08
14.30
10.60
15. 81
11.53
9.37

.310
.358
.283
.275
.268
.150

31

1

.238
.245
.275
.270
.150

16

.235

49.2

14.09

.286

52

3

1

5
12

5
9
1

12.01

17.26
36.90
34.24
21.00

1
1

1
1

3

D ivision N o . 4 .

12
13
14
15

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
Total..................

5
16

5
2

D ivision N o . 5.

16
17
18
19

20
21
22

23
24

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e .......................
Total.................

3
1

3

2

3

1

2

4

D ivision N o . 6 .

25
26
27
28
29
30

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................

Total.

1

3
1

3

1

3
*1
2

8

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
17! and under 20 cents.
12J and under 15 cents.




GENERAL TABLES.

333

'

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMMERS OF CASINGS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37*
45
52*
57*
35
55
40
32*
50
27*
25
30
60
47| and and and and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
%
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
45
55
35
37*
40
42*
57*
50
27*
47*
52*
60
32*
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

3
2
2
3

2
2
2

2
4
2
3
1

3
4
5

4
1

6

1

7

8

2
3
3

9

10
11

1
1

4

6

6

13

1
6
5

1
2
1
3

4
1
3

1

12

7

8

1

'6

12
1

1
1
1
1

1

2

5

6

2

23
24
1

2

1

25
26
27
28
29
30

1
1

2

2




16
17
18
19

20
21
22

1

1
1
1
2

13
14
15

1

1
2
1

Line
N o.

* A t 15 and under 17* cents.
* See notes to details.

334

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A . —AV ER A G E RA TE OF WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E NUM BER
EARN IN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY RATES,
CASING D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
T R IM M E R S O F C A S IN G S — Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

2
0

22

|
and
and
under under
cents.
25
*
cents. cents.

Under

20

22

D ivision N o. 7.

1
2

3
4
5

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
T otal.........................
Grand total

1

-

4

$0.281
.250
.325
.250
.275

309

2
2
1
1
10

50.4
56.0
62.0
49.0
51.0

$14.21
14.00
20.15
12.25
14.15

.280

53.8

15.15

.282

.279

53.4

14.95

.280

$0.282
.250
.325
.250
.277

24

18

31

B L O W E R S A N D T I E R S O F B L A D D E R S A N D W E A S A N D S': M A L E S .

D ivision N o. 1.

6
7
8
g

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four...............................
T o ta l.........................

1
2
1
8
12

0
2

52.4

$18.
15.40
15. 51
13.09

$0.275
.287
. 235
.250

1
1

.256

54.8

14.09

.257

2

1
1
2
2
1
4
1
1

.315
.260
.275
.285
.275
.260
.238
.250
.270

54.0
54.0
53.0
54.8
54.5
55.5
82.5
125. 0
73.0

17.01
14.04
14.55
15.60
15.37
14.08
19.93
31.59
19.45

.315
.260
.275
.285
.282
.254
.242
.253
.266

9

.278

56.4

15. 67

.278

.279
.300

55.8
60.0

15.
18.00

.281
.300

.286

57.2

16.45

.288

2

.243

67.0

16.25

.242

2

.288

59.8

17.18

.288

$0.275
.279
.235
.250

65. 5
53.8

66.0

D ivision N o. 2.

10
11
12

13
14
15
16
17
18

Establishment N o.:
One .............................
Two .............................
Three
.......................
Four
.............
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven ...........................
Eigh t ...........................
N in e ...............................

3
3

Total.........................

1

1
*

1
1

D ivision N o . 3.

19

20

Establishment N o.:
One . . .
T w o...............................
Total

2
1
3

6
8

1
1

D ivision N o. 4-

0

21

Establishment N .:
O ne.................................

22

Establishment N o.:
O n e ................................

1

D ivision N o . 5.

1

1 Total for 55 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
See notes to details.

2




GENERAL TABLES.

335

OF H OURS W O R K E D AN D A V E R A G E EA R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D IV ISIO N S AN D ESTAB LISH M EN T S— Continued.
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMMERS OF CASINGS—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

35
37.
45
27*
42:
47*
321
25
30
h\
2
55
57*
40
50
60
an<
an<
ani
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under
under
and
37*
45
40
47*
55
57*
32* 35
27*
30
42*
50
52*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

49

82

30

Line
N o.

1

BLOWERS AND TIERS OF BLADDERS AND WEASANDS: MALES.

1
1
8
8

1

1

10
11
12

1
1
1
2

13
14
15
16
17
18

1
1
2
1
1

1

3

3

.......... 1...........

2

1
1

!

19

20

2

21

1

1

1

3 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
*At 15 and under 17* cents.




336

S L A U G H T E R I N G A N D M E A T -P A C K I N G

T a b le

A .—

IN D U S T R Y .

AV ER A G E R A TE OF WAGES P E R H O U R, A V E R A G E NUM BER
EARN IN GS P E R H O U R, AND CLA SSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,
CASING DEPARTM ENT— Continued.

BLOWERS AND TIERS OF BLADDERS AND WEASANDS: MALES— Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

1

$0.279

45.0

$12.54

$0.279

1
1

.300
.250

65.5
53.0

19.65
13.25

.300
.250

20
22!
Under and
and
20
under under
cents. ' 22J
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 6 .

1

Establishment N o. 1.:
One.................................
D ivision N o . 7.

2
3

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ................................
Total..........................

2

.275

59.3

16.45

.278

Grand total1
'...........

31 |

.268

56.6

15.22

.269

1

4

GENERAL WORKERS: MALES.
D ivision N o. 1.

10
8
1
53
8
12

$0.247
.271
.265
.266
.309
.280

60.5
48. 5
44.5
52.2
50.3
58.8

$15.22
13.95
11.79
13.85
15.55
16. 60

$0.252
.288
.265
.266
.309
.282

1

21

Total..........................

4
5
6
7
8
9

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six...................................

92

.270

53.4

14.49

.272

1

32

4
5
3
17
1
6
16
1
8
16
12
3
3
4

5

.256
.349
.297
.233
.200
.217
.294
.340
.504
.288
.287
.270
.325
.265
.292
.291
.252
.311
.267

54.8
59.8
58.8
54.7
51.0
45.0
54.5
59.5
31.6
56.6
51.8
39. 8
64.7
48.4
64.4
113.5
106.3
74.3
55.0

13.99
21.90
17.45
12.89
10.20
9.94
16.32
20.23
7.81
16.45
14. 79
11.11
21.33
13. 06
19. 01
33.22
26. 77
22.03
15.54

.256
.366
.297
.236
.200
.221
.299
.340
.433
.291
.286
H279
.330
.270
.295
.293
.252
.297
.283

112

.293

53.5

15.44

.289

7
4

jDivision N o. 2.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N in e ...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve................. ........
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen2.......................
Seventeen2..................
Eighteen.......................
Nineteen.......................
Total..........................

4
8
13

4

2
1
12
1
4
3

1
2

1
1
3

20

11

i Tta fo 1 e ta lis mn w we lyp yro on ; 2e ta lis mn w b e k p yro n t
o l r 8 s b h e ts ith e k a lls ly s b h e ts ith iwe ly a lls o
in d d
clu e .




GENERAL TABLES.

337

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
BLOW ERS AND TIERS OF BLAD DERS AND WE AS AND S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
.Lane
25

37!

35

32!

30

m

40

42|
and

45

47i

55

52!

50

57!

No.
60

and and and and and and cents
and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
52!
57!
45
35
3 7!
60
42!
47!
50
27!
32!
40
30
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

1

2
3

1

' 1
1
12

1
7

6

1

GENERAL WORKERS: MALES.

1
1
1
20

1

4
5
6
7
8
9

1
2

1

4
1
3

3
4

1
1

1

2

2

8
31

9

8

4

3

1

2

1

1

1
2
2

1
2
8
3
1

l

1

1
1

3
5

1

4
3

1
1
3
1

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
4
13
1
4

1
2

22

17

1

3

1
1
1

1

2

1

1

3

1

3

1

2
1
1

1

1
1
1
1
1

14

1

10

9

1

1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

2 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

95121°— 19—Bull. 252------ 22




SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

iE A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
GENERAL W O R K E R S: MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three1...................
Four.......................
Five.......................
S ix..........................
Seven3...................
Eight3...................
N ine.......................
T e n.........................
Eleven...................
Tw elve3...............
Thirteen...............
Fourteen..............

1
3
4
6
1
3
7
3
5
3
12
6
2
4

$0,315
.218
.250
.258
.250
.327
.392
.335
.265
.300
.314
.315
.233
.282

56.5
46.5
102.3
56.3
19.5
46.0
127. 7
138.8
51.0
54.2
58.6
106.3
43.5
42.6

$17.80
10.23
25.27
15.12
4.90
15.05
43.32
43.84
13.63
16.05
18.49
33.49
10.00
12.63

$0,315
.220
.247
.268
.250
.327
.339
.316
.267
.296
.316
.315
.230
.296

T o ta l.................

40

.283

51.7

14.95

.289

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F ive.......................

6
3
7
9
1

.217
.275
.249
.262
.385

57.3
52.0
40.3
47.4
60.0

12.61
14.24
10.26
12.33
23.10

.220
.274
.255
.260
.385

3
1

T otal..................

26

.254

48.8

12.47

.256

4

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F ive.......................
S ix ..........................
Seven.....................
Eigh t.....................
N ine.......................
Ten.........................
Eleven...................
Tw elve.................

1
3
8
3
3
22
2
4
3
5
7
4

.333
.328
.309
.283
.280
.271
.277
.277
.266
.297
.304
.273

52.8
45.0
58.1
44.2
60.8
56.0
57.0
61.8
60.0
62.3
43.4
61.5

20.00
16.07
17.99
12.51
17.00
15.35
15.75
17.26
16.00
18.43
13.78
16.74

.379
.357
.310
.283
.279
.274
.276
.280
.267
.296
.317
.272

T o ta l.................

65

.286

55.4

16.04

.289

3
5
5
18
8
12
3
21

.233
.230
.232
.266
.286
.270
.293
.152

52.5
39.9
48.7
48.0
50.0
56.8
68.7
48.7

14.00
12.43
12.47
13.29
14.52
15.36
20.15
7.49

.267
.312
.256
.277
.290
.270
.293
.154

75

.232

50.3

12.32

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average Average
Average
hours
worked earnings hourly
per
earnings.
per
20
22i
week.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . S.

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14

2
1

1
1

21

1

1
1

3

1
3

D ivision N o. 4-

15
16
17
18
19

3
5
4
12

D ivision N o. 5.

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

1
3
2
1

I

1

6

1
3

2
1
1

D ivision N o. 6 .

32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
Five.......................
S ix..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................

Total.

41
21

2 20

1

5 22
4
.245
5
3f
3figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
15 and under 17i cents.
b figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

339

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
GENERAL W O R K E R S: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
35
37*
45
32*
42*
52*
55
57*
27*
25
40
50
30
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
37*
45
55
57*
35
52*
27*
40
42*
50
32*
47*
60
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4|
7

No.

*
1
1
2
1
1

1
2

1
3

3
4
5

1
1
1
3
7
6

3

1
1

1

1
1

15

7

1
1

2

15
16
17

2
3

2

7
1

2
3
1

1
4
1
2

1

2
2

2

2

11

17

1
6

1

18

9

1

2

1

32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

2
1
11
2
7

1
5
5
4
2

1
1

23

17

3

1
1




2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

1
4
1

IS
19

1

1
1
2
1
7

6
7
8

13
14

1
3

1

1
1
1
2

1
1

1
1
2

2
1

9
19
4

1

8

3
2
1

1

« A t 17* and under 20 cents.
&See notes to details.

SLAUGHTERING AND HEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

.3 4 0
T

able

A .—

AV ER A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E N UM BER
EARN IN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RA TES,
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
GENERAL WORKERS: MALES—C on clu d ed .
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of w ages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p lo y ­
ees.

A verage
rate of
w ages
per
hour.

A verage
hours
w ork ed
per
w eek.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h o u rly
earnings.

3
1
4
5
1

$0,258
.2 7 5
.24 4
.2 7 0
.2 2 0

5 3 .7
9 7 .0
6 0 .8
2 9 .5
5 7 .5

$13.73
2 6 .65
14.73
8. 47
12.65

$0,256
.2 7 5
.2 4 2
.2 8 7
.2 2 0

T o t a l.............................

13

.2 5 5

4 6 .8

11.93

.2 5 5

O ranri t o t a l 2 _______

L in e
N o.

423

.2 7 2

5 2 .5

14.44

.2 7 5

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

U n d er
20
cents.

20
an d
under
22*
cents.

22*
an d
under
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 7.
1
2
3
4
5

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o 1................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ...................................

2

i
i

2

35

70

1

3 23

8
14
111
25

LABORERS: MALES.
D ivision N o. 1.
10
16
113
26

$0 .230
.2 3 0
.2 2 5
.2 2 6

5 9 .4
5 4 .3
•60.2
5 4 .2

$ 1 3.82
12.43
13.54
12 .2 7

$ 0 ,233
.2 2 9
.2 2 5
.2 2 6

T o t a l............................

6
7
8
9

E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................

165

.2 2 6

5 8 .7

13.25

.2 2 6

1

2
3

158

D ivision N o. 2.
E sta b lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o 1 ................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r .............. ..
F iv e ...................................
S i x ....................
S ev e n ......................... ..
E ig h t ................................
N in e .....................
T e n ....................................
E le v e n ..............................
T w e lv e ............................
T h ir te e n 1 .......................
F o u r te e n 1 ......................
F ifte e n .............................
S ix te en .............................

9
22
16
1
11
1
1
12
1
5
13
3
12
12
1

.2 2 5
.2 5 3
.2 2 0
.2 0 8
.2 0 0
.2 4 5
.2 8 5
.2 3 5
.2 3 8
.2 8 5
.2 6 0
.2 4 8
.2 5 0
.2 5 0
.24 4
.25 0

5 9 .0
64 .1
4 7 .8
4 6 .5
6 2 .0
5 3 .2
4 2 .0
5 5 .5
3 8 .4
5 9 .0
43 .5
48 .8
9 7 .7
9 0 .2
4 8 .6
6 7 .0

13 .27
16.80
10.53
9 .7 0
1 2 .40
13.03
19 .7 6
13.05
9 .2 4
16.81
12.11
12.07
24 .4 0
2 2 .88
11.80
16.75

.2 2 5
.2 6 2
.2 2 0
.2 0 9
.2 0 0
.2 4 5
.4 7 0
.2 3 5
.2 4 1
.2 8 5
.27 8
.2 4 7
.2 5 0
.2 5 4
.24 3
.25 0

T o t a l............................

97

.23 4

4 7 .6

11.26

.2 3 6

<6

21

E stab lish m e n t N o .:
O n e.....................................
T w o ...................................
T h r e e ................................
F o u r ..................................
F iv e ...................................

3
1
2
4
3

.2 2 5
.25 0
.188
.25 6
.20 5

3 9 .8
16 .0
6 1 .7
5 4 .4
3 9 .0

8 .9 5
4 .0 0
11.56
14.04
8.0 1

.2 2 5
.25 0
.188
.2 5 8
.20 5

*1

1

T o t a l............................

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

13

.2 2 6

4 5 .6

10.32

.2 2 6

41

D ivision N o.
26
27
28
29
30

1

*4
<2

17
13
1

1

11
1
3

3

2

7

2

41

8.
3

3
4

3

1 T h e figures for th is e sta b lish m e n t cover a b iw ee k ly p a y -r o ll period an d are n o t in clu d ed in th e to ta l.
2 T o t a l for 62 estab lish m en ts w ith w ee k ly p a y rolls o n ly ; 5 esta b lish m en ts w ith b iw ee k ly p a y rolls an d
1 w ith se m im o n th ly p a y r o ll n o t in clu d ed .




GENERAL TABLES.

341

OF HOURS W O R K E D AND A V E R A G E EA RN IN GS P E R W E E K . A V E R A G E
B Y D IVISIO N S AND ESTABLISH M ENTS— Continued.
CASING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
GENERAL W O RKERS:

M A L E S — C onclu ded .

N u m b e r w h o received each classified rate of w ages per hour.

25
and
under
27J
cents.

2
1
3

27£
32|
35
374
55
57J
424
45
50
52 i
30
40
4*4
60
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
an d
and
and
cen ts
u nder under under under under under under under under u nder under under under
an d
35
37£
45
55
57i
30
60
42£
52^
50
40
S2h
m
over.
cen ts. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1
1
1

6

65

1
2
3
4
5

1

3

104

L in e
N o.

1
61

31

16

4

4

1

1

1

1

3

LA B O R E R S: M ALES.

1
2
1
4 '

5

1

1
0
1
1
1
2

1

8
1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

i
l

5
3
3
12
10
1
25

2
0
2
1
2
2

1

23
24
25
3

1

26
27
28
29
30

1
3

1

4

1




............1.............
• See notes to details.
* A t 17£ and under 20 cen ts.

342

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T l a b e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
L A BO RE R S: MALES—Concluded.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per ~
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Four...............................

5
11
7
3

$0.170
.215
.230
.183

55.6
48.2
47.4
49.0

$9.93
10.29
11.00
13.05

$0,179
.214
.232
.266

To ta l..........................

Line
No.

26

.207

49.5

10.73

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

.217

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
week.

20
Under and
20
under
cents.
22!
cents.

22!
and
under
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 4-

1
2
3
4

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

i3

22
35

2
6
1

5
6
1

9

12

Division N o. 5.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3

.208

43.3

9.16

.211

2

1

T o ta l.........................

3

.208

43.3

9.16

.211

2

1

Establishment No.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................

1
1
1

.167
.250
.150

41.5
62.0
10.5

6.92
15.50
1.57

.167
.250
.150

41

Total..........................

3

.189

38.0

8.00

.210

42

Establishment No.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four...............................

1
2
1
1

.250
.250
.250
.175

43.5
69.8
53.5
49.5

10.85
17.44
13.85
8.66

.250
.250
.259
.175

51

Total..........................

5

.235

57.2

13.65

.239

51

Grand to ta l6..........

5

312

.226

53.6

12.22 |

.228

7 15

39

215

Division N o. 6 .

6
7
8

41

D ivision N o. 7.

9
10
11
12

T R U C K E R S : M ALES.

Division N o. 1.

3
3
3
1

$0,232
.225
.260
.275

55.8
40.7
23.5
20.5

$13.00
9.75
6.18
5.63

$0,233
.240
.263
.275

3
3

Total..........................

13
14
15
16

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four..............................

10

.243

38.1

9.24

.243

6

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four.
F iv e ...........

3
2
4
11
1

.210
.235
.237
.255
.250

39.5
42.0
37.6
59.2
67.0

8.29
10.30
8.83
15.15
16.75

.210
.245
.235
.256
.250

;;;

Total..........................

21

.242

51.0

12.58

.247

.............

Division N o. 2.

17
18
19
20
21




I

1 A t 15 and under 20 cents.
2 1 at 15 and under 17!; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents.
8 See notes to details.
4 A t 15 and under 17! cents.

3
.1
. 1
. ; ; r ...........
1
3

2
4

6

GENERAL TABLES.

343

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
L A BO RE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

5^
2

4^
7

55
57;
45
50
35
37j
32;
42|
25
30
60
an<
an<
an<
an<
and
an!
and
and
and
ani
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under
under under under under under under under under under under
and
45
55
42!
60
52!
35
3 7!
50
27|
32!
30
40
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

57!

4!
7

1
0
1
1
1
2

T R U C K E R S : M ALES.

1
I

3
1
3

!

1

10
1

1

11 1
............ 1
i

1 I

1
'

13
14
15
16

1
|

1

i

1
1
1

17
18
19

2
0
2
1

.......... 1
............1
............1
............1
............ ...........!............

s A t 17! and under 20 cents.

s Total for 34 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
7Six at 15 and under 17! cents; 9 at 17-|- and under 20 cents.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

344
T a b le

A . —AV ER A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E NUM BER
EARN IN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,

CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
T R U C K E R S : M A L E S —Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

1
4
1

$0,200
.250
.250

28.0
104.9
140.0

$5.60
26.22
35.00

$0,200
.250
.250

20
22!
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22!
cents. cents.

Division N o . S.

1
2
3

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o 1.............................
Three1..........................

4
5
6

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................

5
1
3

.203
.200
.235

45.0
67.0
54.0

9.45
13.40
12.69

.210
.200
.235

21

3
1

Total..........................

9

.213

50.4

10.97

.217

1

4

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

2
4

.250
.231

55.0
57.8

13.75
13.38

.250
.232

3

Total..........................

6

.238

56.8

13.50

.238

3

1
1
1
1
1
1

.250
.200
.250
.200
.275
.275

45.0
89.0
63.5
45.0
55.0
203.5

11.25
17.80
15.88
9.00
15.12
55.99

.250
.200
.250
.200
.275
.275

1

D ivision N o. 4 .

3
3

Division N o. 5.

7
8

Division N o. 7.

9
10
11
12
13
14

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o 1.............................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...........................
Six a...............................
Total..........................

4

.244

52.1

12.81

51

.236

48.7

11.63

.239

1

1

.246

Grand to ta l4...........

1

21

9

18

C A S IN G P U L L E R S O R R U N N E R S : F E M A L E S .
15
17!
Under and
and
15
under under
cents.
20
17!
cents. cents.
D ivision N o . 1.

15

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

$0.175

46.5

$8.14

$0.175

1

D ivision N o . 2.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

.215

50.0

10.75

.215

Total5.......................

16

2

. 195 ■

48.3

9.45

.196

1

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
A t 15 and under 17! cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

2




GENERAL TABLES.

345

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING DEPARTM ENT— Continued.
TRUCKERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
324
30
35
374
45
50
55
40
574
274
424
524
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
55
35
45
60
30
424
50
40
324
274
524
574
374
474
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

..........

Line
No.

i

1
2
3

1

4
1

4
5
6

i

1

"I
1

2
1

7
8

i

3

i

1
1

11

12
13
14

1
1
2

1

20

2

9
10

1

CASING PULLERS OR RUNNERS: FEMALES.

224
20
25
274
and
and
and and
under under under under
224
25
30
274
cents. cents. cents. cents.

30
and
under
324
cents.

324
and
under
35
cents.

524
374
45
35
40
50
424
474
55
and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under cents
and
424
52^
55
40
45
50
374
474
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

15

1
1

16
|

.........1
..........

.

.|

. . .

I

4 Total for 19 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls, and
1 establishment with monthly pay roll not included.
&Total for 2 establishments with weekly pay rolls.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

346
T a b le A . —

AV E R A G E R A TE OF WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E NUM BER
EA RN IN GS P E R H OUR, AN D CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,
CASING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
STRIPPERS: FEMALES.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

17

$0.151

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

52.8

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
15
earnings.
and
week.
Under and
under under
15
cents.
20
17!
cents. cents.

1J
7

D ivision N o . 1.

1

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

$7.98

17

$0.151

FATTERS AND SLIMERS: FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

2

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3

Establishment N o.
One.................................

1

$0.175

49.0

2

.145

52.5

$8.58

7.58

.144

1

$0.175

D ivision N o . 2 .

'

12

D ivision N o . 4 .

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

2

.150

59.3

8.89

.150

T otal2.......................

4

5

.153

54.5

8.30

.152

$8.61

$0.169

2

12

2

1

TURNERS: FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 4 .

5

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3 j

$0.167

50.8

2

,
BLOWERS1 GRADERS, AND INSPECTORS: FEMALES.
|
[D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

37
54

$0.159
.156

53.8
50.6

$8.51
7.92

$0.158
.156

24
52

13
2

T o ta l.........................

6
7

91

.157

51.9

8.16

.157

76

15

Establishment N o .:
O ne.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................

2
2
1
1
3
8
7

.165
.140
.165
.225
.205
.201
.200

60.0
48.3
56.5
57.0
41.0
43.6
46.2

9.90
6.76
9.32
12.82
8.40
8.76
9.24

.165
.140
.165
.225
.205
.201
.200

T o ta l.........................

24

.193

46.9

8.98

.191

D ivision N o. 2 .

8
9
10
11
12
13
14




1 A t 12* and under 15 cents.
2 Total for 3 establishments with weekly pay rolls.

3

2

2
1
2

32

3

2

GENERAL TABLES.

347

OF HOURS W O RK ED AND A V E R A G E EARN IN GS P E R W E E K , AV ER A G E
B Y D IVISIO N S AND ESTABLISH M ENTS— Continued.
CASING D E PAR TM E N T— Continued.
STRIPPERS: FEMALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

50
52*
42*
45
25
27*
30
32*
37*
40
35
20
22*
55
47l
ana
and
and
and
and
and
and
ana
and
and
and
and
and
ana
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
50
47*
52*
55
37*
45
40
42*
30
32*
22*
27*
35
25
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

1

FATTERS AND SLIMERS: FEMALES.

2
3

4

TURNERS: FEMALES,

1

5
i

BLOWERS, GRADERS, AND INSPECTORS: FEMALES.

1
i
1
3
6
7
16

1




At 12* and under 15 cents.

348

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A . — AV ERA G E R A TE OF WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E NU M BER
EARNIN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RA TE S,
CASING D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
B L O W E R S , G R A D E R S , A N D I N S P E C T O R S : M A L E S — Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

2

$0,200

127.5

$25.50

$0,200

E stablishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

1
1

.175
.150

61.5
38.0

10.75
5.70

.175
.150

1

Total..........................

2

.163

49.8

8.23

.165

1

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

2
13

.185
.149

47.5
53.3

8.79
7.96

.185
.149

21

12

Total..........................

15

.154

52.5

8.08

.154

21

12

Establishment N o.:
One................................

1

.150

48.0

7.20

.150

Grand to ta l3..........

Line
No.

133

.163

51.0

8.29

.163

23

93

Division and establish­
ment number.

15
l7 t
and
Under and
15
under under
cents.
20
17*
cents. cents.

Division N o . 3.

1

Establishment N o.:
One1...............................
D ivision N o . 4 •

2
3

1
1

D ivision N o . 5.

4
5

2
2

D ivision N o . 7.

6

1
20

M EASU RER S A N D B U N C H E R S: FEM ALES.

Division N o . 1.

7

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

5

$0.160

49.8

$7.97

$0.160

5

Establishment N o.:
One................................

2

.203

42.0

8.39

.200

Grand to ta l4..........

7

.172

47.6

8.09

.170

5

D ivision N o . 2.

8

1
1

SA LTER S AN D P A C K E R S: FEM ALES.

D ivision N o . 1.

9
3

$0,150
.150

43.4
55.0

$6.93
8.25

$0.160
.150

9
3

Total..........................

9
10

Establishment N o.:
O ne................................
T w o...............................

12

.150

46.3

7.26

.157

12

1

.200

59.0

11.80

.200

D ivision N o . 2.

11

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

» The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 At 12J and under 15 cents.




GENERAL TABLES.

849

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
B L O W E R S , G R A D E R S , A N D I N S P E C T O R S : M A L E S — Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

2
0

2*
2

4i
2

25
32*
35
45
30
37j
40
50
52*
55
and
an<
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
25
27*
85
32*
30
37*
42*
45
40
47*
52*
55
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. Cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

2*
2

2
3

4
5

6
16

M EASU RER S AN D B U N C H E R S: FEM ALES.

1
1
SA LT E R S A N D P A C K E R S: FEM ALES.

9
10
-

1

8 Total for 14 establishments with weekly pay rolls only;
Included.
* Total for 2 establishments with weekly pay rolls.




11

1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

350
T able

A . —A V E R A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R HOUR, A V E R A G E NUM BER
E A RN IN GS P E R H O UR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY RATES,
CASING D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
SALTERS AND PACKERS: FEMALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

1
14

Number who receiv­
ed each classified
rate of wages per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

$0.150

51.5

$7.72

$0.150

1

.154

47.6

7.62

.160

13

15
and
Under and
15
under under
cents.
17*
20
cents. cents.

1|
7

D ivision N o . 4 .

1

Establishment N o.:
One................................

1

fjrft-nd tntq.1 , . , L ,

TRIMMERS OF CASINGS: FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

10
7

$0.150
.166

57.7
56.1

$8.93
9.30

$0.155
.166

10
4

3

Total.........................

17

.157

57.0

9.08

.159

14

3

Establishment N o.One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................

20
10
3
10
8
4
4
4
4

.143
.191
.205
.205
.197
.267
.165
.175
.190

52.5
46.3
51.3
47.5
44.3
47.8
52.0
48.3
60.0

7.50
9.00
10.52
9. 74
8.86
12.82
8.58
8.44
11.40

.143
.194
.205
.205
.200
.269
.165
.175
.190

2 18

2
1

6

T otal.........................

67

.182

49.7

9.03

.182

18

3

.243

116.5

28.33

.243

1
7
12

.374
.273
.206

49.5
43.8
45.2

17.62
11.97
9.18

.356
.273
.203

T otal..........................

20

.238

44.9

10.58

.236

Grand to ta l4..........

2
3

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................

104

.189

50.0

9.33

.187

D ivision N o . 2.

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

3
4
4
4
7

17

1

2
6

D ivision N o . 3.

13

Establishment N o.:
One3...............................
D ivision N o . 4 .

14
15
16

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................

1
2 18

8

22

28

BLOWERS AND TIERS OF BLADDERS AND WEASANDS: FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

2
1
16

$0.175
.185
.152

49.0
54.0
54.3

$8.07
9.99
8.26

$0.165
.185
.152

16

Total..........................

17
18
19

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o...............................
Three.............................

19

.156

53.8

8.33

.155

16

2
1

1 Total for 14 establishments with weekly pay rolls.
2 A t 12* and under 15 cents.
3 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




3

GENERAL TABLES.

351

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
’BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS-Continued.
CASING DEPARTMENT— Continued.
SALTER S AN D P A C K E R S: FEM ALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

2
0

2*
2

Line
N o.

4^
7

3;
7

52*
42*
25
35
27*
32*
50
40
30
55
an<
am
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
45
25
35
40
42*
27*
37*
30
32*
52*
47*
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. cents. cents.

2*
2

TRIMMERS OF CASINGS: FEMALES.

1

1

'
i

i

!
i

!

i
I

i

4
5

I
!

2

I
1

i
i

1
l
.

1

!

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

i

j

1.

2

1

i

1
I

i
22

1

i

i

1

!

.......... i...........

.......... '........... i............i...........
i
i
i
i
_____ 1
............

3
3
10
5
1

1

i
1

3

1
2

2
1

1

2

3

24

4

1

1

1
1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

4

1

14
15
16

1

BLOWERS AND TIERS OF BLADDERS AND WEASANDS: FEMALES.
i

17
18
19

4 Total for 14 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment w ith biweekly pay roll not
included.




352

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

Table A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
CASING D EPAR TM EN T— Concluded.
BLOWERS AND TIERS OF BLAD D E RS AND WEASANDS: FEMALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Number who received
each classified rate
of wages per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

15
174
and
and
Under
15
under under
cents.
174
cents. cents.

20

D ivision N o . S.

1

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

$0.180

35.0

$6.30

1

$0.180

D ivision N o . 4 .

2

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

Grand to ta l ..........

2
22

.150

48.8

7.31

52.5

8.15

2

.150

.157

.155

18

4

GENERAL WORKERS: FEMALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

.3

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

7

$0.175

45.0

$7.98

.165
.143

.200
.205
.200
.200

60.0
55.4
42.4
51.5
43.0
34.0

9.90
7.93
8.45
10.55
8.60
6.80

.165
.143
.199
.205

.187

44.8

8.19

.183

2

.150

33.3

4.99

.150

6

.175

39.7

6.94

.175

.183

44.1

7.98

.181

$7.84

$0.175

7

$0.177

D ivision N o . 2.

6
7
8
9

Establishment No.
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
S ix ..................................

14

Total..........................

4
5

30

2
6
1
1
6

.200
.200

24

2
2

24

4

D ivision N o . S.

10

Establishment N o.:
One ...............................

3

2

Division N o . 4 .

11

Establishment N o.:
One................................

4

Grand to ta l ..........

43

6
24

4

13

LABORERS: FEMALES.
Division N o. 2.

12

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3

$0.175

1 Total for 5 establishments with weekly pay rolls.

44.8

3

2A t 12J and under 15 cents.
8The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

353

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
CASING DEPARTMENT— Concluded.
B L O W ER S A N D T IE R S OF BLA D D E R S AN D W E AS AN D S: FEMALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
20
27!
30
32!
45
35
37!
52!
40
50
42!
m
55
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
22J
25
27!
30
45
32!
35
37!
42!
55
52!
47!
40
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

1

2
r
1

1

GENERAL WORKERS: FEMALES.

14
1
1
6

i
|

22

1

...

i ...

i
^i . . . .

1
1

!
1

.......... i............i............1
1
!
1
........................!............i ..........
i

1

i
1

1
I

22

LABORERS: FEMALES.

I
......
......1 !......

1
2

« Total for 8 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with semimonthly pay roll
not included.

95121°—19—Bull. 252------ 23




354

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT.
R IB B ER S: MALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

3
5
3
1
3

$0.282
.313
.297
.325
.312

74.0
49.8
70.8
62.0
57.8

$20.62
16.21
21.26
20.15
18.63

$0.279
.326
.300
.325
.322

1

Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive.............................
Total..........................

15

.304

61.3

18.85

.308

1

Establishment N o.:
O n e 1..............................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E ight.............................
N ine...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
T w elv e1.......................
Thirteen1.....................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..........................

1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1

.317
.292
.292
.275
.345
.317
.325
.333
.314
.333
.364
.309
.328
.331
.333

91.5
60.0
52. 5
52.5
54.0
36.0
60.0
39.0
75.3
60.0
67.3
114. 5
107. 0
73.5
42.5

38.00
17.50
17. 50
14.44
18.63
19.00
19.50
20.00
23. 41
20.00
22.18
36.83
39.00
19.85
20.00

.415
.292
.333
.275
.345
.528
.325
.513
.311
.333
.330
.322
.364
.270
.471

Total..........................

16

.325

58.1

19.73

.340

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
F o u r i ...........................
Five i ............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
Eigh t.............................
N ine...............................

1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
3

.275
.295
.325
.292
.308
.311
.311
.275
.283

65.5
53.5
61.0
127.5
102.5
54.0
69.0
70.0
63.0

18.00
15.90
19.65
35.00
33.90
16.80
21. 07
19. 25
17.90

.275
.297
.322
.292
.308
.311
.311
.275
.284

Total..........................

11

.297

61.5

18.17

.296

Grand t o ta l2...........

Line
N o.

42

.310

60.1

19.01

.316

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22|
20
per
earnings.
and
Under and
week.
under under
20
25
cents.
m
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1 .

1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

D ivision N o . 2.

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1
1_____
|

Divisions N os. 8 -7 .

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

LABORERS:

i
i
......... i.............
1
1
1
............ I
!
I
1

1

M ALES.

D ivision N o . 1.

258
83
7
13
446
77
139

$0.224
.237
.268
.273
.225
.231
.230

58.2
53.5
62.1
41.7
64. 9
53.6
55.3

$13.05
12.79
16.73
11.57
14.62
12. 49
12. 72

$0,224
.239
.270
.278
.225
.233
.230

Total..........................

30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................

1,023

.228

59.8

13.63

.228

I he ? ? ure®for

31

86

167
46

<5

1

433
65
124

66

87

835

establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

2 Total for 24 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
J




GENERAL TABLES.

355

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT.
R IB B ER S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate

per hour.

45
55
57*
25
27*
32*
35
37*
42*
30
40
50
52*
60
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
57*
55
27*
35
37*
42*
45
52*
50
60
32*
40
47*
30
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2
1

1
2
2

Line
N o.

1
1

3
1

3

8

1

1

1
1
1
1

1
0
1
1
1
2

2
1
2
1
1

1
1

i
........ 1
............
1
1
!

2
1

4

1
1

i
1
1
1
1

8

i
1

1
1
1
1
1
4

5

2

11

14

23
24
25
26
27

1
1

1

1

2
1
2
2

1

1

2
0

1
I

3

1
1

1

1
.......... I .........

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1.

1
9

5

.......... j............
1

I _

1

I

LA BO R ER S: M ALES.

3
33
4
6
7
12
14

1
4
1
3

79

10

30
31
32
33
34
35
36

2
4

1
6




1

1

31 at 17* and under 20 cents.
41 at 15 and under 17* cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.
6See notes to details.

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
e

A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBE]
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES
FRE SH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
LA BO RE R S: MALES—Continued.

u.

D iv isio n an d estab lish ­
m e n t n u m b e r.

Num ­
ber of
cm p lo y -

A verage
rate of
per
hour.

A verage
h ours
w orked
per
w eek.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of w ages
p er h our.

A verage
earnings
per
w eek.

A verage
h ou rly
earnings.

$12.79
23. 56
11.25
11. 55

$0.231
.2 5 3
.2 2 6

1 .2
21

.2 0
2
.2 1
2

4 4 .1
5 4 .1

15.00
11. 82
13. 48
13.14
10.57
15.12
13.98
17.52
14.06
23.49
25 .45
11.17
13.58

.2 4 9
.2 3 5
.2 4 5
.25 1
.2 4 0
.2 4 5
.2 4 8
.2 4 8
.2 6 8
.2 5 3
.2 5 0
.2 5 3
.25 1

U n d er
20
cents.

20
an d
under
22!
cen ts.

D ivision N o . 2.

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o 1.....................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F ive.......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e.......................
T e n .........................
Eleven...................
Tw elve..................
Thirteen...............
Fourteen..............
F ifteen1...............
Sixteen1...............
Seventeen............
Eighteen...............
T o t a l..

14
93
17
50

$0,230
.2 5 3
.2 2 6
.21 4

.2 2
2

5 5 .3
9 3 .2
49 .7
52 .4
5 5 .0
6 0 .2
5 0 .3
5 5.1
5 2 .3
4 4 .0
6 1 .6
56 .4
7 0 .5
5 2 .6
9 2 .9

74

.24 9
.2 3 5
.241
.2 5 4
.2 3 9
.27 1
.2 4 5
.2 4 8
.2 5 3
.2 4 9
.25 1
.2 5 2
.2 5 6

1,017

240

5 2 .6

12.73

.2 4 2

.19 4
.2 5 0
.2 3 3

7 2 .0
5 0 .2
5 7 .3
3 8 .8
5 7 .6
5 5 .9
57 .5
9 7 .6
9 9 .2
56 .1
5 6 .6
58 .1
115.3
6 0 .0
47 .5
5 0 .8
5 1 .2
62 .5
51 .3
49 .3
5 5 .9
5 7 .0
5 3 .7
4 5 .6
5 1 .2
57 .9
54 .6
49 .0
4 7 .8
5 5 .3
58 .7

14.00
12.54
13.34
8 .6 3
14.30
14.89
1 6.73
24.61
24.88
1 4.86
13.77
14.52
26.10
15.00
15.00
10.64
10.69
15.10
13.75
13. 40
12.80
17.26
15.07
9.8 4
12.03
13.72
16. 42
12.82
12.40
13. 81
11.73

.19 4
.2 5 0
.2 3 3

8
6

106
34

12
2
3
59

10
0
76
6
6

11
0 .6

31

6
6

D ivisions N o s. 8 -7 .

19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Establishment N o.:
One...........................
T w o .........................
Three.......................
Four.........................
F ive.........................
Six............................
Seven.......................
Eight i .....................
N in e 1.......................
Ten ...........................
Eleven.....................
Tw elve....................
Thirteen1...............
Fourteen................
Fifteen....................
Sixteen...................
Seventeen..............
Eighteen.................
Nineteen.................
T w en ty...................
Twenty-one..........
Tw enty-tw o..........
Twenty-three____
Twenty-four.........
Twenty-five..........
Tw enty-six...........
Twenty-seven___
Twenty-eight____
Twenty-nine........
Th irty.....................
Thirty-one.............

2
1
0
37
4

1
2

19
35

2
1
30
54
7

1
0
3
1
1

41
47

1
8
47
8
4
3

6
146

.2 1
2
.2 4 8
.2 6 6
.2 9 0
.2 4 9
.25 1
.261
.2 3 5
.2 4 4
.2 2 5
.2 5 0
.27 3
.2 0 7
.2 0 3
.2 4 2
.26 9
.271
.2 2 9
.3 0 2
.2 7 5
.2 2 4
.2 1 7

.2 6 2
.2 5 0
.2 5 0

.2 0
0

22

.222
.2 4 8
.2 6 6
.29 1
.2 5 2
.2 5 1
.2 6 5
.2 4 3
.2 4 9
.2 2 6
.2 5 0
.2 7 3
.2 0 9
.2 0 9
.2 4 2
.2 6 8
.27 1
.2 2 9
.3 0 3
.28 1
.2 1 6
.2 3 5
.2 3 7
.30 1
.2 6 2
.2 6 0
.2 5 0

2
1

2
1
34

.2 0
0

e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the
17! and under 20 cents.
15 and under 17! cents.




22!
an d
under
25
cen ts.

GENERAL TABLES.
)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEE]
*Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
LABO RERS: MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32

374
274
;
35
45
52!
55
25
50
30
40
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under
35
37!
50
57!
45
55
82!
40
30
42!
52!
47!
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4|
7

J.

27!

1
2
3
4
5

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
7

14

2

13
14
15
16
17
18

58
95
73

6
6
73

345

15

19

2
0
2
1
2
2

17
25

15

1
0
1I
.
1

4

« See notes to details.
61 at 12! and under 15 cents; 2 at 15 and under 17! cents; 2 at 17! and under 20 cents.




23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

8
8
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

358
T a b le

A

____AV ER A G E

R A T E OF WAGES P E R H O UR, A V E R A G E NUM BER
EA RN IN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTM ENT— Continued.
L A B O R E R S : M A L E S — Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

1
20
21
3
16
8

$0,410
.160
.209
.256
.246
.291

270.0
49.9
46.3
43.3
62.9
57.4

$106.50
7.89
9.71
11.39
17.11
17.69

$0.410
.158
.210
.263
.272
.307

220

Total..........................

685

.240

54.5

13.16

.242

4 32

104

314

Grand to ta l8...........

Line
No.

2,725

.235

55.8

13.18

.236

6 40

257

1,733

Division and establish­
ment number.

20
224
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
224
cents. cents.

D ivision s N o s. 8 - 7 — Con.

1
3
4
5
6

Establishment N o . Continued.
T h irty-tw o1...............
Thirty-three...............
2
Thirty-four..................
Thirty-five...................
Thirty-six....................
Thirty-seven...............

1

20
1

2

33

LUGGERS A N D L IF T E R S : M ALES.
1
Division N o . 1.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
Six..................................

55
72
5
59
13
59

$0,296
.278
.290
.280
.253
.289

61.6
58.1
62.5
70.8
55.7
60.9

$18. 23
16.31
18.15
19.94
14.13
17. 64

Total..........................

263

.284

62.3

17.75

.285

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o 7..............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six...... ............................
Seven.............................
Eigh t.............................
N in e...............................
T e n .................................
Eleven...........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen.......................
Fifteen7 .......................
Sixteen7 .......................
Seven teen............
Eighteen.......................

5
12
12
8
4
11
3
9
5
8
11
7
2
4
9
8
6
10

.324
.298
.291
.315
.275
.321
.312
.292
.312
.305
.331
.325
.275
.348
.375
.378
.428
.290

54.0
99.4
52.2
50.0
54.0
53. 7
36.0
48.7
60.4
44.8
60.8
60.0
54.0
65.3
98.4
108.2
66.9
48.4

17.50
33.87
15. 71
15.97
14.85
17.38
18.70
17.84
18.82
18.19
20.18
19.50
14.83
20.85
35. 75
41.09
25. 76
16.70

.324
.341
.301
.319
.275
.323
.518
.367
.312
.406
.332
.325
.275
, .320
.363
.380
.385
.345

Total..........................

105

.316

53.8

18.13

.337

$0,296
.281
.290
. 282
.254 !............
.289 1
.............

6
13

19

D ivision N o . 2 .

1 The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
12 at 15 and under 174 cents; 8 at 174 and under 20 cents.
3 A t 15 and under 174 cents.
«1 at 124 and under 15 cents; 17 at 15 and under 174 cents; 14 at 174 and under 20 cents.

2




1
1
2
1

5

359

GENERAL TABLES.

3F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT —Continued.
LA BO RE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
55
57*
30
32*
35
37*
40
45
50
25
60
47k
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
&
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
35
37*
57*
60
42*
45
27*
32*
52*
30
47i
50
40
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
1
1
1

1
9
4

1
2

1

90

99

39

7

514

124

49

Line
N o.

...........
8 .......... 1
1

LUGGERS AND LIFTERS: MALES.

18

31
47
2
14

13
10

36

51

130

10

6
4
1
1
1
1
1

20

7

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

9
14
13
23

5
5
7
7

4
1
1

4

3

4

36

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

8
3
5

2
0
2
1
2
2

4
1

6
2

1
7

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

7

2
4
1

8
6

1
4

1
1

13

11

40

1

5

1
24

7

4

1

4

.......... 1
............i

5 Total for 55 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with m onthly pay roll not included.
6 See notes to details.
7 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

360
T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBEI
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
LUGGERS AND L IF T E R S : MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

3
8
4
1
15
5
15
5
5
9
4
7
6
7
5
8
4
3
5
3
8
7
2
9
7
6
2
3
9
10
5

$0,250
.298
.269
.250
.330
.383
.315
.374
.337
.372
.219
.261
.291
.311
.300
.336
.275
.303
.295
.258
.325
.300
.275
.225
.275
.300
.175
.308
.270
.278
.270

65.2
56.0
59.3
30.0
52.8
132.1
108.4
43.1
57.0
54.3
110.5
35.3
49.1
54.0
62.9
85. 4
50.0
30.3
37.0
41.2
77.0
64.4
49.0
32.2
53.9
64.0
54.5
123.3
52.0
43.0
56.9

$16.29
16. 79
15.91
7.50
17.46
50.32
34.24
22.16
20.24
20.90
24.15
9.54
15.55
16.43
18.87
29.21
13.75
8.95
11.25
10. 77
24.97
19.48
13.48
7.25
14.81
19.20
9.55
39.17
14.06
11.95
15.29

$0.249
.299
.268
.250
.330
.381
.315
.514
.355
.382
.218
.270
.317
.304
.300
.341
.275
.295
.304
.261
.324
.302
.2 7 5 '
.225
.275
.300
.175
.317
.270
.278
.269

22*
20
and
and
Under
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

D ivisions N os. 8 -7 .

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
S ix 1 ...............................
Seven1 .........................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................
T en.................................
E leven1 .......................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen1 ......................
Seventeen....................
Eighteen.......................
Nineteen.......................
T w en ty.........................
Twenty-one.................
i
Tw enty-tw o................
Twenty-three.............
Twenty-four...............
Twenty-five................
Tw en ty-six.................
Twenty-seven............
Twenty-eight3 ..........
Twenty-nine..............
T h irty...........................
Thirty-one................

2

1
3
1

9
22

Total......................

155

.296

52.0

15.88

.305

22

13

Grand total4............

523

.294

57.5

17.27

.300 j

22

37

SA W Y E R S, P O W E R : M ALES.

D ivision N o . 1.

2
4
3
3

$0,290
.250
.260
.252

54.3
63.1
79.2
61.7

$15.38
15. 78
20.58
15. 52

$0.284
.250
.260
.252

Total..........................

32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................

12

.260

65.3

lo. 85

.258

1
2
1

.275
.268
.315

60.0
47.0
59.0

16.50
12.58
18. 58

.275
.267
.315

.281

53.3

15.06

.283

.265 |

62.3

16.40

.263

D ivision N o . 2.

36
37
38

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Total..........................

4

Grand to ta l5. . . .

16

.............1
..............1
..............
I
1

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

2A t 17* and under 20 cents.

3 The figures for this establishment cover a monthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

361

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
LUGGERS AND L IF T E R S : MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

55
35
37!
45
52!
57!
25
27!
32!
40
30
50
60
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
57!
27!
35
55
37!
45
60
40
30
32!
42!
47!
52!
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

3
3
1
1

i

5
6

• 1

i
i

9
5
5

9

1

4
3

2
4
1
4
1

i
i
.......... 1
............
t
1
.......... 1
............

i

3

4

j
!

1

4
7
5

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1

7
4
2
1

1
2

1
1
6

7
2

23

7

i

6
2

j
........ i............

!
..........

' * '

1

9
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

11
12

1
2
2

Line
No.

29
9
4

!
1
I

24
25
26
27
28
30
31

1

28

34

48

2

22

5

1

92

175

111

30

65

6

1

4

S A W Y E R S , P O W E R : M ALES.

32

2
4
3
3

33
34
35

10

1

|

2

1
1
1

1
t

1

2

1

i

11

4

1

I
1

i
I

I
i

i

36
37
38

1
I
I
.......... 1
........... 1
............1
...........
|
’ ’

I

4 Totals for 47 establishments with weekly payrolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly payrolls and
1 establishment with monthly j>ay roll not included.
6 Total for 7 establishments with weekly pay rolls.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

362
T a b le

A .—

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTM ENT— Continued.
HAM FACERS, STRIPPERS, AND MARKERS: MALES.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

7
3
9
11
2

$0.360
.345
.359
.370
.345

58.5
39.5
58.6
53.5
55.8

$21.08
13.63
21.14
19.60
19.23

$0.360
.345
.361
.367
.345

32

.361

54.8

19.77

.361

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three. . . .
Four...............................
F iv e 1 ............................
Six..................................
Seven........................

4
2
1
4
2
1
4

.288
.370
.250
.300
.349
.340
.304

53.9
43.5
65.0
51.1
93.5
56.0
49.9

15.17
16.09
16.25
14.99
32.90
18.54
15.08

.282
.370
.250
.293
.352
.331
.302

1

Total..........................

16

.306

51.7

15.49

.300

1

Grand total 2..........

Line
N o.

48

.343

53.8

18.35

.341

1

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
22\
20
per
earnings.
week.
Under
and
and
20
under under
22i
cents.
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1.

1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
F o u r.. .
F iv e ...............................
T o ta l.. .
D ivision N o . 2 .

6
7
8
9
10
11
12

BONERS: MALES.
D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven....................

65
27
7
1
78
50
18

$0.610
.563
.325
.267
.695
.434
.442

42.0
30.9
43.0
60.0
49.5
29.5
35.9

$25.12
17.30
13.97
16.00
34.31
11.05
14.21

$0.598
.560
.325
.267
.692
.374
.395

1

Total.................

246

.574

40.2

23.16

.577

1

9
1
10
2
1
20
9
14
2
7
13
8
4

.526
.701
.500
.290
.339
.584
.576
.547
.350
.370
.364
.384
.485

39.7
94.5
38.7
61.5
31.5
31.7
27.0
24.6
49.0
56.4
76.6
52.0
42.8

16.52
66.29
19.38
17.83
10.69
18.76
14.55
13.67
17.15
20.89
25.91
19.66
19. 42

.416
.701
.501
.290
.339
.593
.539
.556
.350
.370
.338
.379
.454

79

.516

35.5

17.16

.484

D ivision N o. 2.

Establishment N o .:
One........................
T w o 1.....................
Three....................
Four......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven....................
E igh t....................
N in e......................
T e n 1......................
Eleven1.......... ..
Tw elve.................
Thirteen...............
Total..

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

363

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
HAM FACERS, STRIPPE R S, AND M ARK ERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

2J
7

5J
2

25
57£
32|
37J
55
30
35
40
45
50
42|
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
27J
35
55
30
60
40
50
45
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4t
7

3£
2

37i

47i

m

Line
No.

5£
7

52i

l !-

7

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
17

B O N ER S: M ALES.

1
1

•3
1

1

1
2

1

1
2

1
2

1
1

4
6

7

44
11

2
4
1

1
1
1

3

1
2

1
3
1

1
3
2

67
6
1

8

6

6

5

15

13

129

1

7
5
6

11

4

11

13

3

1

4
1

i

i
1
1

4

6

1
6

5

1

1
2

4

............

1

1

11

s
1
1
1

4

4

1

4
1
3

3
,

1
2

1
2

1
1

1
2

3

6

3

1
1
3

1

3
2
2

8
3
3

7

3
1

7
7
2

I
3

5

8

2 i

1

1

1

6

5

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

21

2
7

1
3

7

1

............ !..............!............
3

6

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2 Total for 11 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll
not included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

364
T a b le

A .—

AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-BEEF D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
B O N E R S : M A L E S — Concluded.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

6
1
2
16
3
5
1
1
3
3
2
1
7
4
1
3
4
7
25
15
2
1
4
2
5

$0,303
.325
.328
.336
.355
.355
.333
.300
.242
.300
.275
.250
.345
.354
.392
.326
.369
.314
.505
.584
.577
.284
.244
.522
.290

49.4
58.5
54.5
51.3
117.8
78.7
58.0
60.5
118.0
57.0
45.0
55.0
45.6
63.4
60.0
53.0
44.5
55.8
40.2
42.2
28.3
59.5
62.4
40.0
51.9

Total..........................

109

.406

Grand total2...........

Line
No.

434

.522

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
22|
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22i
25
cents. cents.

Divisions N os. 8 -7.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e 1.............................
S ix 1................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
Ninp, 1______ _ _______
T e n ................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen1....................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen.........................
Seventeen....................
Eighteen......................
Nineteen......................
T w en ty........................
Twenty-one................
T w en ty-tw o...............
Twenty-three.............
Twenty-four...............
Twenty-five................

$14.93
19.00
18.10
17.29
41.83
26.99
20.00
18.15
28.60
17.10
12.53
13.75
15.75
24.48
23.50
17.22
16.63
17.56
20.14
20. 70
15.71
16.92
15.35
20.87
15.21

$0.302
.325
.332
.337
.355
.343
.333
.300
.242
.300
.278
.250
.346
.385
.392
.325
.374
.315
.501
.491
.556
.284
.246
.522
.293

47.4

18.04

.380

1

1

41.1

20.78

.505

1

2

1

1

T R IM M E R S : M ALES.

1

•

D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four..............................
F iv e ...............................

14
25
68
4
9

$0.307
.250
.306
.273
.293

47.7
46.6
66.4
47.4
61.6

$14.61
11.66
20.04
12.85
17.76

$0.307
.250
.302
.271
.289

6

Total..........................

120

.293

59.1

17.25

.292

6

Establishment No.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T e n................................
Eleven...........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen1.....................
Fourteen......................

1
5
1
2
3
1
2
2
10
2
8
1
1
6

.626
.268
.250
.255
.262
.285
.295
.308
.258
288
.264
.285
.270
.263

27.0
52.0
61.5
66.8
51.3
70.5
52.8
60.8
49.4
61.3
34.4
60.0
73.0
59.3

16.91
13.85
15.37
16.88
13.32
20.09
15.55
18.68
13.11
17.60
9.08
17.10
19.31
15.56

.626
.266
.250
.253
.260
.285
.295
.307
.265
.287
.264
.285
.265
.263

Total..........................

26
27
28
29
30

44

.276

50.9

13.94

.274

45

45

D ivision N o. 2.

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

1

1

2

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

365

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
ERESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
BONERS: MALES—Concluded.

per hour.

Number who received each classified rate of

57*
52*
25
27*
42*
45
55
30
32*
35
37*
40
50
60
47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
27*
57*
35
52*
60
42*
55
32*
37*
30
45
40
50
47*over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

3

1

1

1
3

1

1

1
1
4
1

Line
N o.

1
1
4
2
2

4
1

1
1
2

1
0
1
1
1
2

3
1

1
1

3

4

3

1
1
1

1

i
2
1

5
1

3

1

1

i

1
*

3
1

3

3
2

3
1

2
1
1

2
1

1

6
8
1

1
1

4

2

I
1

4

7

19

19

12

9

3

11

22

36

33

23

23

10

5|
13

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25

1

1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

3

5

4

1

12

15

12

15

21

15
20

165

2

10

2

10

T R IM M E R S : M AL E S.

2
25
8
2
6

1

2

1

3
1
5

1

3
1

1

1

1

43

1

l
!
i
1

1

1
1

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

2

8
1
6

1
1
1
1

1
2

1
1
2
1

1
3

3

25

12

........... 1
............
5 .......... !............1

...........1
...........

27
28
29
30

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

1

2 Total for 38 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

366
T a b le

A . — AVERA G E R A T E OF W AGES P E R H O U R, AV ER A G E NUMBER
EARNIN GS P E R H O UR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R LY RA TES,
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTM ENT— Continued.
T R I M M E R S : M A L E S — Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Number who receive d
each classified rate
of wages per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

1
1
6
1
1
1
1
12
5
2
2
2
4

$0,200
.250
.292
.538
.220
.497
.480
.283
.417
.235
.275
.250
.295

44.0
50.5
55.3
108.5
57.0
78.5
70.0
51.1
51.8
27.8
59.8
50.8
56.5

$8.80
12.55
16.15
56.18
13.20
39.00
33.62
14.52
20.46
6.52
16.44
12.68
16.15

$0,200
.248
.292
.518
.232
.497
.486
.284
.395
.235
.275
.250
.286

1

2
24

20
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
224
cents. cents.

D ivisions N os. 8-7 .

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10.
11
12
13

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
F our*............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
Ten .................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................

1

2

Total..........................

38

.305^

52.8

16.22

.307

2

Grand total2..........

202

.291

56.1

16.34

.291

8 |

2
49

U T I L I T Y M EN, H A N D Y M EN, SP E L L M EN , A S S IS T A N T FO R EM E N , A N D S T R A W B O SSE S:
M ALES.

Division N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................

23
4
6
26
15

$0.302
.292
.274
.250
.288

61.3
64.9
73.2
49.1
60.6

$18.29
18.93
19.77
15.23
17.62

$0.298
.292
.270
.310
.291

17
2

Total..........................

74

.278

58.1

17.23

.297

19

Establishment No.:
One................................
T w o .............................
Three.............................
Four..............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven............................
Eight ........................
N in e...............................
T e n ...............................
E leven1 ....................
Tw elve1
. . . .
Thirteen ...................
Fourteen......................

4
10
1
2
7
1
4
6
3
6
5
5
4
1

.286
.312
.200
.275
.314
.275
.325
.291
.290
.321
.298
.287
.354
.285

59.4
60.8
57.5
56.0
63.1
66.0
58.9
49.8
74.8
57.8
106.3
115.8
70.8
60.0

17.04
18.91
12.00
16.50
19.78
18.15
19.13
14.60
21.87
18.57
31.07
33.65
23.69
17.10

.287
.311
.200
.295
.314
.275
.325
.293
.292
.321
.292
.291
.335
.285

Total..........................

49

.307

60.6

18.61

.307

Division No. 2.

‘

1
1

1

1

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL, TABLES.

367

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
3Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
TRIMM ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
’
37*
52*
57*
45
55
42*
35
32*
50
40
25
30
m
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
55
57*
45
37*
40
35
50
60
42*
32*
30
47*
52*
m
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

1
2

1
2

4

3
1

4
5
6
7

1
1
2

g
1

4

8
1

1
2
1

1
2

7

13

9

74

30

15

1

9
19

11
12
1

13

1
1

1

2

3

2

1

1

3

1

1

2

12

U T IL IT Y M EN, H A N D Y M EN, SP E L L M EN, A S S IS T A N T FO R EM EN , A N D S T R A W B O SSE S:
M ALES.

7

4

3
2
1
3
2

1
1
1

2

19

14

11

3

4

1
2

1
1

2
2

4
4
4

8
2

1

2

2

14
15
16

1

17
18

1

1

2
i

1

1
3

j
1 1
i
i
4

2

i
i
........ I..........
i
!

1

1
2
1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1
1

1
2

1

3

2
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

12

11

1
3
1

1

1
8

7 1

5

2

2

.......... 1...........

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

.......... I........... I...........

Total for 30 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
2




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

368
T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBE!
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATEfc
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.

U T IL IT Y M EN , H A N D Y M EN , SP E L L M EN, A S S IS T A N T FO R EM E N , A N D S T R A W B O SSE S:
M A L E S— Conclud ed.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Num ber who rece Ived
each classified rate
of wages per hour.
Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

U nder

2
0

2|
2

and
and
under under
cents.
25
cents. cents.

2
0

m

D ivision s N o s. 8 -7 .

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o................................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e 1.............................
S i x 1...............................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N in e ..............................
T e n 1...............................
Eleven...........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen.........................
Seventeen....................
Eighteen.......................
Nineteen.......................
T w en ty.........................
Twenty-one................

1
1
4
8
1
3
2
1
1
1
4
4
2
6
2
6
6
3
9
1
1

$0.325
.325
.336
.341
.300
.317
.333
.291
.367
.333
.273
.234
.317
.300
.346
.292
.267
.339
.308
.300
.317

59.5
60.0
58.0
57.8
120.5
105.83
65.0
55.0
57.0
120.0
60.6
75.3
60.5
44.0
55.0
63.9
67.8
60.0
58.1
95.5
60.0

$19.34
19.50
19.20
19.63
36.00
35.95
20.32
16.00
22.00
40.00
16.50
17.67
19.98
13.43
19.00
18.68
18.04
20.33
17.89
28.65
19.00

$0.325
.325
.331
.340
.300
.340
.313
.291
.367
.333
.272
.235
.330
.305
.345
.292
.266
.339
.308
.300
.317

T o ta l...........................

62

.306

60.4

18.35

.304

Grand to ta l2.............

185

.295

59.5

17.97

.302

C U TTERS A N D G EN ER AL B U T C H E R S: M ALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

5
12
2
4
11
3
13
7

$0.351
.322
.359
.358
.272
.350
.297
.320

61.6
58.9
59.8
51.3
62.3
61.7
55.1
59.5

$21.30
19. 46
21.50
18.44
16.98
21.58
15.41
18.47

$0.346
.331
.359
.360
.272
350
.294
.321

Total............................

57

.314

58.4

18.38

.315

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o 1..............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T e n 1..............................
E lev en 1........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen

1
1
4
1
9
3
6
2
1
3
2
3
2

.300
.325
.311
.315
.313
.300
.328
.325
.275
.333
.328
.298
.350

60.0
110.0
57.4
48.0
54.1
50.3
53.7
59.5
49.0
69.3
95.0
63.7
60.0

18.00
39.00
17.73
15.12
16.80
15.10
17.57
19.45
13.45
22.98
28.15
19.09
21.00

.300
.355
.309
.315
.311
.300
.327
.327
.274
.331
.296
.300
.350

Total............................

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Establishment N o.:
O ne.................................
T w o ...............................
Three............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven............................
E igh t.............................

32

.315

55.5

17.42

.314

D ivision N o . 2 .

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

....

. . I .............

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

369

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
UTILITY MEN, HANDY MEN, SPELL MEN, ASSISTANT FOREMEN, AND STRAW BOSSES:
MALE S—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37*
35
40
45
27*
32*
50
52*
25
55
30
57*
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
37*
40
42*
45
47*
50
35
52*
55
27*
32*
57*
30
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

4|
7

&

1
1
3
2
1
1

1
2

1
5

3
4
5

i

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
2

4

1

1
2

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1
1

2
1
1
1

4
1
2
1

1

1
3

1

12

2

1

21

5

4

2
0
2
1

1
9
36

9
30

10
33

14
28

N o.

1
2

1
1
2

Line

.......... |
........... .............
2 |

CUTTERS AND GENERAL BUTCHERS: MALES.

2
1
1

4

1

1
2

j cooo

7

4

2
2

10

12

9

1

1
3
2
2

1

15

1

1

1

1

1
2
1
1
3
3
1

3

1

2

1
1

1
1

2
1

1
2

1
2

1

8 I

10

6

2
2

23
24
25
26
27
28
29

1

4

1

3
2
2

8

1

i

1

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

7 .......... 1...........

* Total for 35 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




370

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le A . — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CUTTERS AND GENERAL BU TCH ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

Under

2
0

2h
2

and
and
under under
cents.
25
cents. cents.

2
0

22!

D ivisions N os. 3 -7 .

Establishment N o.:
One...........................
T w o .........................
Three......................
Four.........................
F iv e .........................
S ix 1.........................
Seven.......................
E igh t.......................
N in e........................
T en...........................
Eleven.....................
T w elv e2.................
Thirteen.................
Fourteen................
Fifteen....................
Sixteen....................
Seventeen..............
Eighteen.................
Nineteen.................
Tw en ty...................
Twenty-one..........
Tw enty-tw o..........
Twenty-three........
Twenty-four..........
Twenty-five.......... .
Twenty-six 3........ .
Twenty-seven____
Tw enty-eight____
Twenty-nine..........
T h irty ......................

30.257
.315
.250
.305
.275
.255
.325
.383
.355
.370
.333
.304
.333
.387
.250
.275
.325
.325
.356
.288
.255
.317
.303
.325
.225
.350
.242
.261
.300

6
1.8

60.0
57.5
106.0
60.0
56.3
39.0
62.4
40.0
57.7
70.5
60.5
50.5
60.0
62.0
42.0
58.0
137.5
58.8
62.0
60.0
58.0

$18.50
19.52
7.62
14.83
14.70
29.25
17.40
21.72

2 .6
16
2 .2
20
19. 67
32.65

2 .0
00
21.75
9.75
17.19
13.00
18. 74

2 .0
00
17. 40
1 .8
26

19.00
18. 73
13.65
13.05
48.13
14.26
16.17
18.00
23.00

$0,257
.314
.250
.306
.275
.253
.325
.386
.351
.370
.342
.308
.333
.387
.250
.275
.325
.325
.356
.288
.255
.317
.302
.325
.225
.350
.242
.261
.300
.397

.297

Total.....................
Grand to t a l4___

72.0
62.1
30.5
48.5
53.5
115.5
53.5
56.3

188

57.5

17.01

.286

.305

57.4

17.50

.305

G R A D E R S: M ALES.
Division N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................

5
5
3

$0,224
.260
.262

60.7
39.6
64.2

$13.59
10.37
16.76

$0,224
.262
.261

1

4
2

Total..........................

13

.247

53.4

13.08

.245

1

6

2
1
1
1
4

58.0
60.0
64.5
61.5
54.3
65.8
65.0
84.0
111.8
83.0
60.7

18.09
15.60
16.12
15.99
15.94
18.04
16.25
22.68
35.43
26.19
17.15

.312
.260
.250
.260
.294
.274
.250
.270
.317
.318
.283

1

63.1

17.72

.281

1

Division N o. 2.

Establishment No. :
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven .........................
Eight
.......................
N in e 2. _
_
Ten...............................
Eleven .......................

1
1
4
1
3

.313
.260
.250
.260
.267
.270
.250
.270
.311
.340
.283

Total..........................

20

.276

1 The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
8 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

2




371

GENERAL TABLES.

)F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
1Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.

FBESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CTJTTERS AND GENERAL B U T C H E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

50

25

27*

30

32*

35

37*

40

42|

27*

30

32*

35

37*

40

42*

45

47*

52*

55

57*

52*

45

55

57*

1
1
1

1
1

2

1

3
4
5

1

1
1
2
1
2
1
1

1
2

l

1
2

1

2
1

5

i

50

1

1

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

i

1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

1

3
3

1

3

1

1
1
2
1

1
9

2

1
1

19

12

30

32

1 1
i

8
27 |

2
0
2
1
2
2

!

1
1

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

S
.......... 1...........
1

2
1

!

1

Line
N o.

60

60

47|
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

1

29

4

4

2

26

5

3

4

..... ! ......

3

43

1
1

1
1

i

!

G R A D E R S: M ALES.

1
2
3

31
32
33

2
1
3

1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1

1

1
1

1
2

1
1

2
10

1

3

3

3

j

34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

!

4Total for 45 establishments with weekly payrolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly payrolls, 1 with
sem imonthly pay roll, and 1 with m onthly pay roll not included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

372
T a b le

A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R H O UR, A V E R A G E NUM B*
EARN IN G S P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y R A T E
FRESH-BEEF D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
GRADERS: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

1
2
1
15
1
3
2
1

SO. 325
.309
.275
.280
.290
.300
.268
.265

59.5
59.0
118.0
54.4
72.5
56.2
64.0
56.5

$19.35
18.20
33.00
16. 82
21.03
16.87
17.10
14.70

$0.325
.309
.275
.309
.290
.301
.268
.265

25

.285

56.8

17.14

.302

58

.274

58.2

16.43

.282

20
224
and
Under and
under under
20
cents.
25
22J
cents. cents.

D ivisions N os. 8 -7 .

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Establishment N o.:
O ne.................................
T w o ...............................
Three1...........................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
T otal..........................

2

Grand total ..........

1

7

30

10
9

PACKERS, MEAT RUNNERS, ORDER MEN, AND STOWERS.
D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................

48
39
8
7
132
7
19
45

$0. 229
.248
.273
.264
.247
.300
.258
.254

62.7
55. 6
65.7
40.4
53.6
57.9

$13.13
14. 74
17.03
15.30
16. 21
12.11
13. 83
14.69

$0. 230
.249
.272
.275
.247
.300
.258
.254

Total..........................

305

.248

60.7

15.07

.248

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N in e...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven..........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen1...................
Fifteen1.........................
Sixteen.........................
Seventeen....................

37
25
6
3
21
5
7
21
24
11
21
2
7
23
13
14
28

.245
.239
.219
.220
.251
.243
.261
.271

12.59
11.95
12.17
13. 60
14. 58
15. 80
13.19
15. 88
12. 58
15. 83
15.40
17.75
14.77
35.15
30. 91
19. 73
15.08

.245
.239
.218
.220
.251
.242
.262
.272
.256

.2 5 5

51.4
49.9
55.8
61.8
58.1
65.3
50.3
58.3
49.2
62.0
59.3
71.0
52.3
123.3
107.8
66.8
59.0

.260
.250
.282
.285
.287
.298
.255

Total..........................

232

.255

56.0

14.34

.256

57. 2
59. 3

81
22
14
31

30

55

D ivision No.

.25 5
.25 5

.260
.250
. 269
.284
.288
.301

3
3
1

16
21
3
3
4
2
2

.2 5 5

1

t
.............I..............
7 :
I

52

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pey-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total for 20 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




373

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH -BEEF D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
GRADERS: MALES—Concluded.

Num ber w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32

37

55
57*
52i
27*
;
;
47|
25
50
30
35
45
40
am
and
and
am
am
an<
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57*
35
50
30
27*
32*
37 £
45
47*
42*
40
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents cents.

5*
2

*0
3

P A C K E R S , M E A T R U N N E R S , O R D E R M EN, A N D S T O W E R S .

1
1
1

1
1
coco

6
28
4
2
110

1

CO
i O
T(<
—N

7
2

197

5

1
13

2

2

21
4
16
5
11
20
9
20
2
3

i
l
2
8
2
1

27

2
23
12
11
1

138

29

1

2

1
1

2
4




1

1

1

8 At 10 and under 12* cents.

374
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

A ___ AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH -BEEF D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
PACK ER S, H E A T R U N N ER S, ORDER MEN, A N D ST O W E R S— Concluded.

Division and estalishm ent number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

Under

2
0

cents.

2
0

and
under

22!

cents.

D ivisions N os. 3-

Establishment No.
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
F iv e 2.................
Six......................
Seven.................
E igh t.................
N in e 4................
T e n 4..................
Eleven...............
Tw elve..............
Thirteen4.........
Fourteen..........
Fifteen..............
Sixteen.............
Seventeen........
Eighteen..........
Nineteen..........
T w en ty............
T w en ty-one.. .
T w en ty -tw o ...
Tw enty-three.
T w en ty-fou r..
Tw en ty-five...
Tw en ty-six. . .
Twenty-seven.
Tw enty-eight.
T w en ty-n in e..
T h irty...............
Thirty-one___
T otal..............

$0.194
.280
.250
.265
.204
.274
.255
.283
.330
.276
.236
.271
.259
.218
.208
.255
.291
.300
.275
.300
.263
.243
, .300
.273
.250
.239
.262
.275
.240

48.0
60.9
34.9
57.9
92.0
53.4
47.7
56.3

$9.
17.

8.

15.
19.
13.

1,
2
15.
23.
35.
19.
16.
24.
15.
15.
14.
7.
14.
14.

6 .1
6

123.7
57.5
57.6
103.0
56.7
60.6

6 .0
0
33.8
55.4
51.2
54.0
41.0
59.0
60.2
59.7
67.0
50.2
58.7
52.5
53.1
72.5
57.1

1.
6
1.
1
17.
15.
14.

2.
0
14.
14.

1.
2

14.
19.
13.

$0.194
.280
.255
.265
.215
.259
.271
.276
.361
.283
.330
.285
.242
.272
.247
.217

.2 0
1
.256
.292
.300
.283
.300
.264
.245
.300
.285
.250
.237
.266
.275
.239

.264

55.0

14. 64

.255

260

Grand total 6

i1

57.5

14.72

.256

T R U C K E R S: M ALES.

D ivision No. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Four......................
F ive.......................
Total..

170
126
2
244
23

$0. 224
.225
.250
.225
.225

52.9
55.3
60. 8
61.4
50.0

$11. 86
12.45
15.19
13.82
11.24

$0. 224
.225
.250
.225
.225

60

565

.225

57.0

12.83

.225

60

109
124
244
23
500

1 A t 17! and under 20 cents.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
W ork 9 ! hours on 5 days and 5 ! hours on Saturday, receiving full pay for Saturday.
3 A t 15 and under 17! cents.




375

GENERAL TABLES.

W HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE

>Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
PACK ERS, HEAT RUNNERS, ORDER MEN, AND STOWERS—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
42*
37*
40
45
50
52*
55
25
27*
32*
35
30
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57*
60
55
42*
45
52*
50
35
37*
40
47*
32*
27*
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

5
9
6
8
14
1
8
9
3

8
1
4
4
14
4
9
29
1
5

3

4
9

1

6

7
16

2

2
7

1
1
9

2

1
0
1
1
1
2

. 1 ...

i
l
l

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

4
2
2

3
5
5
1
1

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

2
1

8
1
5
3

Line
No.

l
1
1

81

94

31

4

419

128

48

7

1
.

3

_____
i
1

1

. . . . . 1. . . . . .

T R U C K E R S : M ALES.

32
33
34
35
36

-I.
4 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* See notes to details.
8 Total for 50 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with sem im onthly pay roll not included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

376
T a b le

A — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NTTMBE1
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES
FRESH-BEEF D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
T R U C K E R S ! M A L E S — Concluded..
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T e n .................................
Eleven1.........................
T w e lv e 1.......................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................

8
6
48
5
22
3
23
2
3
11
79
70
22
10

$0,233
.229
.245
.245
.252
.235
.235
.245
.245
.250
.250
.250
.252
.250

58.1
60.5
42.8
51.8
41.4
57.0
59.2
51.5
52.2
59.3
73.0
68.7
49.6
60.2

$13.49
13.90
10.49
12.74
10.45
13.38
14.04
12.60
12. 77
14. 82
18.24
17.18
12.52
15.04

$0.232
.230
.245
.246
.252
.235
.237
.245
.245
.250
.248
.250
.252
.250

T otal..........................

Line
No.

163

.245

50.2

12.29

.245

9
2
11
8
24
73
3
20
10
2
5
3
17
61
7
5
1
8
18

.244
.225
.248
.249
.250
.250
.205
.202
.275
.238
.275
.275
.235
.235
.221
.318
.300
.219
.256

41.7
115.5
46.9
53.8
90.3
88.8
60.0
61.6
40.7
59.5
53.9
64.5
45.9
48.9
35.7
60.4
120.0
45.9
62.2

10.29
29.25
11.82
13.47
19.68
22.24
12.33
12.49
11.19
13.93
15.10
17. 74
10.79
11.56
8.38
19.21
36.00
10.07
16.47

.247
.253
.252
.251
.218
.250
.206
.203
.275
.234
.280
.275
.235
.236
.235
.318
.300
.219
.265

Division and establish­
ment member.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
22!
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
221
cents. cents.

D ivision N o. S.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

6
5
*
‘*"*45
3
3
23
2
3

i
5

85

D ivision s N os. 3 -7 .

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

E stablishment N o .:
One.................................
Tw o 2.............................
Three...........................
Four...............................
F iv e 1.............................
S i x 1................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N ine...............................
Ten.................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Fifteen..........................
Sixteen.........................
Seventeen4..............
Eighteen.......................
Nineteen.......................

i

3
19

2
2
1
1

1

1

4

17
51
3

5

3

32

T o ta l.........................

187

.240

50.9

12.33

.242

32

33

79

Grand total s . .........

915

.231

54.6

12.63

.231

32

98

664

FREEZER AND TEMPERATURE MEN: MALES.
D ivision N o. 1.

44
140
6
2

$0,250
.250
.252
.235

T o ta l..........................

34
35
36
37

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o................................
Three.............................
Four...............................

192

.250

37.3
81.1
60.0
35.5
74.5 1

$14.32
20.27
15.10
8.34

$0.250
.250
.252
.235

18.62

.250

2
2
4

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the
total.
s A t 17! and under 20 cents.

2




377

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
TR U C K E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

374
35
45
274
524
30
50
55
25
324
40
574
m
60
47|
and
and
and
and
ana
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
45
35
374
474
32J
40
42*
52|
55
574
50
30
m
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
No.

2
1
3
2
22

1
0
1
1
1
2

ii

79
70
21
10

i

71

2

13
14

15
16
17
18
19

7
7
7
24
73

2

2
0
2
1
2
2

10
1
5
3

i

8
1

2
1

i

2

14

4

43

26

2

2

119

28

2

2

|

1

.......... i...........
1

_

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

|
1

FREEZER AND TEMPERATURE MEN: MALES.

44
138
6
18S

i
1
i

34
35
36
37

1

4 The figures for this establishment cover a m onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
5 Totals for 32 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments w ith biweekly payrolls,
1 establishment w ith sem im onthlypayrolls,an dl establishment w ith m onthly pay roll not included.




378

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH -BEEF D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

FREEZER AND TEM PERATU RE MEN: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and estab­
lishment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

22-l­
20
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
22i
25
cents. cents.
|

D ivision N o. 2 .

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o 1.............................
Three.............................
Four..............................
Five................................
S ix ..................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N in e...............................
T e n 1..............................
E lev en1........................
Tw elve.....................
Thirteen.......................

1
3
23
3
1
2
5
2
1
2
12
11
18

$0,250
.265
.235
.267
.250
.281
.257
.268
.235
.250
.250
.250
.254

60.0
123.0
57.0
69.0
73.5
38.8
57.0
61.5
76.5
92.3
99.7
54.4
52.1

$15.00
34.98
13.43
18.34
18.37
14.54
14.61
16.49
17.97
23.05
24.91
13.58
13.50

$0.250
.284
.235
.266
.250
.375
.256
.268
.235
.250
.250
.250
.259

To ta l.........................

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

67

.248

56.0

14.07

.251

2
3
4
11
1
8
2
1
2
2
3
1
2
1

.250
.240
.256
.264
.250
.250
.250
.293
.225
.275
.250
.300
.276
.275

2.3
56.0
46.1
52.2
125.0
100.6
49.5
57.0
83.8
50.0
42.5
64.0
55.3
60.5

.56
13.43
11.81
13.91
31.25
25.14
12.38
17.60
20.23
13.75
10.62
19.20
15.14
16.64

.249
.240
.256
.267
.250
.250
.250
.293
.242
.275
.250
.300
.274
.275

|

23

1
I

1
A

I

21

D ivision s N os. 3 -7 .

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o .............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
Five i .............................
S i x 1................................
Seven.............................
E ig h t.............................
N in e 1.............................
T e n .................................
Eleven...........................
Tw elve..........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................
Total.........................

32

.261

48.4

12.80

291

.251

67.4

16.93

.251

1

1 .
............ I.............
[
i

21

I
|
1

.264

Grand total3...........

3
|

1

5
3j

I

C A L F S K IN N E R S : M ALES.

D ivision N o. 1.

28
29
30
31
32

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o............................. *
Three.............................
Four..............................
Five................................

!
3
2
2
6
1

$0.338
.317
.364
.364
.388

68.8
53.5
70.8
57.2
51.5

$22.91
19.00
25.83
20.04
20.00

$0.333
.355
.365
.351
.388

14

.354

60.7

21.33

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................

1
1

.325
1.164

56.0
20.0

18.20
23.27

.325
1.164

Total.........................

2

.745

38.0

20. 74

i
i
;
______ i _

.352

.546

Total..........................

•

D ivision N o. 2.

33
34

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 17^ and under 20 cents.




GENERAL TABLES.

379

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Continued.
FREEZER AND TEM PERATURE MEN: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27*
57*
32*
37*
52*
55
35
45
50
30
40
42*
60
47l
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
27*
55
35
57*
30
32*
37*
45
52*
60
40
47*
50
42*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

1
3
1
1
1
4
1

2
1
1
1
9

1
0
1
1
1
2

2
12
11
17
37

13

1
4

2

2
3
4
1
8
2

1
5

1

2
0
2
1
2
2

1
1
2
1
1
1

239

10
14

23
24
25
26
27

i
.......... 1
...........
i
.......... 1
...........

3

14

14
15
16
17
18
19

1
1

i

3
!
i

5

i
1

1
I

C A L F S K IN N E R S : M ALES.

1

2
1

28
29
30
31
32

1
2

1
1

2

4
1

1
3

3

5

1
1
1 1
..........

33
34

1

3 Total for 25 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




380

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A . —AV ER A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R HOUR, AV E R A G E NUM BER
EARNIN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLA SSIFIED H O U R L Y RA TES,
FRESH -BEEF D EPARTM EN T— Concluded.
CALF SKINNERS: MALES—Concluded.

N um Line
N o.

Division and estab­
lishment number.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

3
1

7
7

$0,346
.663
.933
.417

64.7
64.2
35.0
60.0

$22.37
31.11
32.50
25.00

$0,345
.485
.928
.417

18

.571

59.3

27.60

.465

34

.492

58.6

24.62

.420

employees.

20

22

15
and
under
174
cents.

174
and
under

22

25

22

25

8
2
10

22

25

12
22

|
and
and
under under
cents.
25
224
cents. cents.

Under

20

D ivision N os. 8 -7 .

1
2
3
4

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four..............................
T o ta l..........................

1

Grand to ta l ...........

TRIMMERS OF TRIMMINGS: FEMALES.

Under
15
cents.

2
0

cents.

D ivision N o. 2.

5

6

7

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
T otal..........................

8

27

$0,149
.181
.190

56.0
45.1
42.3

$ .35
8.13
8.03

$0,149
.180
.190

37

.158

52.9

8.29

.157

12

.175

36.6

6.40

.175

49

.162

48.9

7.82-

.160

8
2

D ivision s N os. 8 -7 .

8

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3

Grand to ta l ...........

FRESH -PO RK DEPARTMENT.
LABORERS (SHOVERS, SPACERS, TEMPERATURE MEN, COUNTERS, CUTTERS DOWN,
BLOCK TENDERS, SAWYERS-OFF OF FEET, WRAPPERS, MACHINE TENDERS, AND
SKIN BUNDLERS): MALES.

Under

2
0

cents.

2
0

24
2

and
and
under under
25
cents. cents.

2
24

Division N o . 1.

9

10
11
12

13
14

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
S ix..................................
Total..........................




Ill
40

0.222

$

219
3
123

.230
.271
.226
.275
.234

50.3
43.1
63.6
56.2
58.5
60.4

502

.228

54.9

6

$

11.20

10.72
17.18
12.76
16.13
14.10

$0,223
.249
.270
.227
.276
.233

12.62

.230

1 Total for 11 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls.
2A t 124 and under 15 cents.

10
0

9
36
219

1
101

81
345

GENERAL TABLES.

381

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-BEEF DEPARTMENT— Concluded.
CALF SKIN N ERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

3*
2

45
7

27*
25
375
425
575
35
40
45
52!
30
55
50
60
an<
an<
an<
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
37!
27!
4 7!
55
45
35
57!
40
52!
42!
30
50
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

32!

T R IM M E R S O F T R IM M IN G S : F E M A L E S .

2
0

22!

32!
375
25
27!
30
35
40
42!
45
47|
50
52!
55
am
and
and
and
and and and
and and and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
30
35
25
27!
32!
37!
40
42!
45
50
52J
55
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents, cents. cents.

22!

47!

5

6
7

8

f r e s h -p o r e : d e p a r t m e n t .
L A B O R E R S (S H O V E R S , S P A C E R S , T E M P E R A T U R E M E N , C O U N T E R S , C U T T E R S D O W N ,
B L O C K T E N D E R S , S A W Y E R S -O F F O F F E E T , W R A P P E R S , M A C H IN E T E N D E R S , A N D
S K IN B U N D L E R S ): M A L E S .
52!
32!
37!
42!
25
30
35
40
55
57!
27!
45
50
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
42!
52!
32!
40
45
50
35
37!
55
57!
60
27!
30
47!
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4|
7

1
4
3

1

1

40

3
1

48

5

2

3




I

........... ............

8 Total for 4 establishments with weekly pay rolls.

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
e

A . —A V ERA G E R A TE OF WAGES P E R H OUR, AV ER A G E NUMBER
EARNIN GS P E R HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,
FR E SH -PO R K D EPAR TM E N T—Continued.

•HERS (SHOVERS, SPACERS, TEMPERATURE MEN, COUNTERS, CUTTERS DOWN,
>CK TENDERS, SAWYERS-OFF OF FEET, WRAPPERS, MACHINE TENDERS, AND
N BUNDLERSj: MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
Two 1.....................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E ig h t.....................
N ine.......................
T en .........................
Eleven...................
Tw elve..................
Thirteen...............
Fourteen..............
Fifteen..................
Sixteen.................
Seventeen 1.........
Eighteen i............
Nineteen..............
T w en ty................

35
27
83
6
87
1
6
70
27
37
45
35
17
10
20
15
14
11
60
24

$0,227
.249
.226
.225
.215
.225
.249
.254
.241
.236
.256
.242
.237
.245
.266
.258
.254
.255
.253
.252

52.5
78.0
46.3
66.2
49.1
59.0
64.4
52.4
40.1
45.7
45.2
53.0
39.6
44.5
50.3
51.9
120.9
108.1
50.-2
54.1

$11.92
19.67
10.47
14.89
10.63
13.30
15.99
13.38
9.93
10.73
11.74
12.94
9.39
10.92
13.45
13.33
30.77
27.30
12.73
13.68

$0,227
.252
.226
.225
.217
.225
.248
.255
.248
.235
.260
.244
.237
.245
.267
.257
.255
.253
.253
.253

Total..................

578

.240

49.0

11.80

.241

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
Tw o........................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six 1.......................
Seven 1..................
E ig h t.....................
N in e.......................
Ten i......................
Eleven..................
Twelve..................

8
6
12
6
37
16
7
7
23
7
6
34

.229
.225
.251
.279
.275
.250
.256
.279
.280
.280
.248
.233

47.8
41.4
53.8
48.3
52.9
112.3
117.8
40.8
54.7
86.1
58.9
47.4

10.99
9.31
13.75
13.39
14.70
28.41
30.53
11.45
15.41
27.07
14.76
11.13

.230
.225
.256
.278
.278
.253
.25Q
.281
.282
.314
.251
.235

21
21
22

1

2
21

Total..................

IU.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

139

.258

50.6

13.20

.261

23

3

39

23
29
9
19
14

.200
.205
.242
.237
.207

39.5
48.3
42.3
48.2
53.4

7.92
9.95
10.24
11.43
11.14

.201
.206
.242
.237
.208

24

19
24

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
22*
20
per
earnings.
Under
and
and
week.
under under
20
22*
cents.
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 2.

1
2

3
4
5

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
7

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0

1
21
22
21

72

21
4

33
3
77
6
9
1
3
42
23
33
2
26
15
10
11

1
21
25

78

291

2

7
6
1

D ivision N o . S.

2
1
2
2

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

1

1

D ivision N o . 4.

33
34
35
36
37

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................

23

5

5
5
16
5

.214
.215
Total............
94
9.96
31
46.3
27
48
i 1 figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
’he




GENERAL TABLES.
OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVER

BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -PO R K D EPARTM EN T—Continued.
LAB ORERS,(SHO VERS, SPACERS, TEMPERATURE MEN, COUNTERS, CUTTERS D<
BLOCK TENDERS, SAWYERS-OFF OF FEET, WRAPPERS, MACHINE TENDERS,
SKIN BUNDLERS): MALES—Continued.

a,

r
D

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

42*
50
52*
37*
40
35
32*
25
45
55
27*
30
57*
60
47s
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under
under under under under
and
42*
50
45
40
47*
37*
27*
30
52*
55
60
35
57*
32*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
20
4

2

3

i

3
4

6

.6
7

l

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

17
1
6
2

4
1
1

2

39

7

2

1

3
5
22

1
1
6

1
6
13
2
1

1
7
3

50

16

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1

5
10
12
10
53
23

4
2
1
6
1

155

2
0

2
1
2
2

1
5
7
16
6
2
1
2
10
27

3

1
2

2

2
11
4
2
29
6
2

ie
.

4
3
1
8




1

. 1 ..
1
l
i
i
1
1

1
1
i
i

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

|

1

i
I
!
I
I
I
I
!
'
'
1
1
1.
; ; ; ; ; ; ........>
........ >
........ i........ i........
........'........ '........ i........ i........ i........
• A t 17* and under 20 cents.

33
34
35
36
37

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

384
T a b le

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBE1
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.

LABORERS (SHOVERS, SPACERS, TEMPERATURE MEN, COUNTERS, CUTTERS DOWN,
BLOCK TENDERS, SAWYERS-OFF OF FEET, WRAPPERS, MACHINE TENDERS AND
SKIN BUNDLERS): MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

2
0

2\
2

and
and
under under
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Under

2
0

2
24

D ivision N o . 5.

Establishment N o .:
One........................
Tw o........................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven....................
E ig h t.....................
N in e.......................
T en .........................
Eleven..................
Tw elve..................
Total.................

$0,275

$2
1.
14.
1.
2
13.
1.
2
1.
2
1.
2
1.
2

.2 2
2

131

1
13
1
15
2

245

.225
.233
.244
.283
.257
.279

13.
17.
13.
16. 75
12.89

.244

57.0
57.5
53.0
53.9
57.9

15.20
16.75
13.59
13.38
14.80

.267
.291
.257

53.8

.268
.279

$0,275
.297
.295
.268
.281
.223
.226
.232
.245
.283
.260
.343

13.65

50.0
35.3
56.8
50.9
53.5

12.50
8.23
15.18
12.55
14.31

44.3
48.0
41.0
51.7
44.9
58.1
56.0
51.8
54.2
63.5
52.6

.244

i2
2
6

25

103

D ivision N o . 6 .

Establishment N o.:
One........................
Tw o........................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................

.267
.292
.256
.248
.274

Total..................

6
1
61
19

D ivision N o . 7.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four........ .*............
F iv e.......................

.250
.225
.267
.247
.238

Total..................

23

50.2

12.78

Grand to ta l6. .

1,703

51.6

.250
.233
.267
.247
.267

12.3

257

HAM AND SHOULDER SAWYERS: MALES.
D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................

2
3
4
1

$0.295
.300
.260
.260

50.8
56.8
67.5
65.5

$16.39
17.32
17.05
16.49

$0.323
.305
.253
.252

Total...............

10

.279

60.8

16.94

.279

1 2 at 15 and under 174 cents.
2 3 at 124 and under 15 cents; 2 at 15 and under 174 cents; 1 at 174 and under 20 cents.
31 at 174 and under 20 cents.




833

385

GENERAL TABLES.

F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
;Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
LABORERS (SHOVERS, SPACERS, TEMPERATURE MEN, COUNTERS, CUTTERS DOWN,
BLOCK TENDERS, SAWYERS-OFF OF FEET, WRAPPERS, MACHINE TENDERS, AND
SKIN BUNDLER-S): MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57J
55
45
52J
42£
35
50
47*
37*
40
25
30
m
m
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under
under under under under under under under under under
and
57£
55
45
52£
50
60
37J
42J
35
40
47i
27£
32i
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

20
2
8
4
3
5

8
13
12
1
3

1
1
2

2

1
1

3
4
5

1

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

2

8

2
1
5

1

30

65

5

1

1

i

16

13
14
15
16
17

1

3
1
1
7
3

1

7
5
3

83

4

1

43
34
5

3

Line
N o.

2

18
19

15

177

I
1
I

2

366

2
0
2
1
2
2
32

6

5

1

1

HAM AND SHOULDER SAWYERS: MALES.

1
1

1
1

1

2

2

1

23
24
25
26

4
1
5

...........!............1............

See notes to details. •
6 A t 17i and under 20 cents.
6 Totalfor 59 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls; 6 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not included.
*

95121°—19— Bull. 252------ 25




SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

386
T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FR E S H -P O R K D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HAM AND SHOULDER S A W Y E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

2
0

2\
2

and
and
under under
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Under

2
0

2\
2

D ivision N o . '2.

Establishment N o.:
One..........................
T w o 1......................
Three......................
Four.......................
Fiv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven......................
Eisjht......................
N in e........................
Total.................. .

SO. 290
.300
.260
.260
.315
.330
.315
.290
.310
14

65.0
80.0
45.5
4G. 5
44.5
30.7
35.3
46.5
49.5

$18.71
27.00
11.60
11.79
14.02
9.87
11.55
13.48
15.29

$0.290
.338
.255
.254
.315
.322
.328
.290
.309

.304

44.5

13.35

.300

.275
.300
.275
.300
.300
.275

67.5
53.5
59.0
59.6
45.0
43.3

18.35
16.05
16.20
17.88
13.50
11.90

.272
.300
.275
.300
.300
.275

55. i

16.12

Division N o. S.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
Tw o........................
Threo.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Total..................
D ivision N o. 4 .

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
D ivision N o . 5.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o........................

.250
.238

80.0
68.3

2 .0
00
19.58

Total..................

.250
.287
.267

D ivision N o. 6.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o........................
Three....................

.270
.279
.320

60.0
55.0
63.0

16.18
15.33
20.16

.270
.279
.320

Total..................

.300

61.0

18.33

.301

12.63

.250

D ivision No. 7.

2
2

Establishment N o.:
One.........................

.250

50.5

Grand to ta l2

1 The figures for th is establishm ent cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

387

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT— Continued.
HAM AND SHOULDER S A W Y E R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
No.

25
55
57*
32*
27*
42*
45
52*
35
37*
30
40
50
60
47i
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
35
37*
271
45
57*
55
32*.
42*
52*
40
30
47*
50
60
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

2
1

3
4
5

1
1
i
1
2

6
7
8

2
_ _

1

I .

..

9

3
2

3

7

2

1

j

1
1
5
1
1

1
1

2

13
14
15

1

.

8

. 1

16

1

2
1
2

1

!

1

17
18

1

19

1
1

2
0
2
1

4
2

4

11

22

2
2

1
11

1
0
1
1
1
2

3

2 Totals for 25 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment w ith biweekly pay roll not
included.




388

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E SH -P O R K D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HAM CTTTTERS-OFF: MALES.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average Average
hours
rate of
wages . worked
per
per
week.
hour.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

22\
20
Under and
'and
20
under under
cents.
22J
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................
Four..............................

2
1
1

$0,895
.325
.315
.290

42.3
54.8
54.6
50.0

$14.95
17.79
16. 71
14.50

$0,354
.325
.306
.290

9

309

51.4

16.19

.315

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o 1.............................
Three...............- ...........
F o u r ..............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
S e v e n ...........................
E ig h t.............................

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3

.290
.300
.290
.370
.340
.370
.340
.29 2

59.0
110.5
44.0
64.5
60.0
50.5
42.0
71.7

17.11
33.15
12.57
20.98
18.50
18.68
14.28
20.87

.290
.300
.286
.325
.308
.370
.340
.291

T o ta l.............................

10

.317

57.9

17.73

.306

Establishment N o.:
O ne................................
T w o................................

2
1

.325
.250

59.5
27.5

20.34
6.90

.342
.250

Total..........................

3

.300

48.8

15.86

.325

1

.400

45.0

18.00

.400

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................

1
4
1

.125
.277
.275

5.0
67.5
54.5

2.13
18. 72
13.00

.426
.277
.239

Total..........................

6

.302

54.9

15.00

.273

1
2
2

.287
.302
.292

63.0
63.0
55.0

18.06
18.94
16.07

.287
.301
.292

Total..........................

5

.295

59.8

17.62

.295

Grand to ta l2..........

34

.310

54. 7

16 67

.304

D ivision N o . 2.

D ivision N o . 3.

D ivision No. 4.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
D ivision N o. A.

D ivision N o . 6.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Tw o................................
Three.............................

' ........ i..............

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and. are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

389

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
HAM, CTTTTERS-OFF: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37!
45
47|
52!
35
42*
55
57!
32*
40
50
25
30
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
55
45
47J
35
27!
57!
37!
40
50
42!
52!
32!
30
60
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

1

1
1

2

5

3
4

1
2

Line
N o.

6

1

1

5
1

6
7
8

2
1
1

9
1

10
11
12

1
2

1

5

1

2

2

2

13
14

i
l

2

1

15

1
l

3
1

l

4

1
1
i

16
17
18

1

19
20
21

1
1

l

2

2

3

13

9

5

2

1

1

•2
Total for 20 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
ineluded.




390

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FR E SH -P O R K D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HAM TRIMMERS: MALES.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

2-l­
2

Under

2
0

cents.

and
and
under under

2|
2

cents.

2
5

cents.

D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o........................
Three.....................
Fou^
F iv e .......................
Total..................

3
1

66.5
38.5
,5 .8
4
54.1
50.0
53.7

$24.59
18.17
27.18
21.28
18.28
20.69

$0.37^
.472
.496
.303
.327
.385

.372
.325
.370
.370
.403
.420
.420
.420
.420
.324
.370
.420

............

$0,395
.395
.333
.395
.337
.370

63.7
95.7
39.3
59.0
47 8
.
52.2
43.5
43.0
50.5
115.0
64.3
49.8

2.7
3 5
39.00
14.52
21.83
17.63
21.58
18.27
IS 0
. 5
2 .2
10
37.45
2 .8
3 0
20.90

.373
.408
.370
.370
.3 9
6
.414
.420
.420
.420
.326
.370
.420

Division N o. 2 .

Establishment N o.;
One.........................
Two*......................
Three....................
Four...................
F ive.......................
Six..........................
Seven....................
E ig h t.....................
N ino.......................
T e n 1......................
Eleven...................
Tw elve..................
Total..................

2 .0
01

2
2

D ivision N o . S.

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................

.401
.400

59.4
50.0

23.81

2 .0
00

.401
.400

.400

45.0

18.00

.400

.504
.325
.314
.394

35.3
5.5
6
65.8

17.81
18.33
2.7
0 6

.504
.325
.315

.314
.289
.320
.301

52.5
52.5
19.0
49.5

16.57
15.18

.316
.239
.320
.300

T otal.................
D ivision N o . 4-

Establishment N o.:
One.................... ..
D ivision N o . 5.

Establishment N o.:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three....................
Total.................
D ivision N o . 6 .

Establishment N o .:
One........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
T otal.................

14.86

D ivision N o . 7.

2
7

Establishment N o.:
One........................
Grand total2. .

.372

.374 I

"i........... I*

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

391

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS— Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
HAM TRIMM ERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

4;
7

37*
55
52*
57*
42*
50
32*
35
45
25
27*
40
30
60
an<
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57*
47*
55
50
45
52*
35
42*
37*
40
60
32*
27*
30
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

2
2
6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17

1
0
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23

24
25
26

27
23

18

2Total for 25 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.




392

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FR E S H -P O R K D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
HAM BONERS: MALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

6
8
2
48
3
17

$0.475
.569
.303
.257
.379
.472

48.3
22.0
49.5
60.5
56.0
39.6

$23.07
12.53
14.36
15.54
21.51
18. 71

$0.477
.569
.290
.256
.384
.472

84

.353

51.3

16.62

.324

Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T e n .................................
Eleven...........................
Twelve .......................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen1...................
Fifteen 1.......................
Sixteen.........................
Seventeen....................

5
1
4
1
2
9
4
6
3
2
6
2
2
6
6
4
6

.364
.290
.347
.351
.390
.441
.545
.650
.659
.572
.434
.543
.509
.521
.612
.502
.633

58.3
107.5
51.4
49.0
20.0
38.9
54.4
40.8
31.8
31.0
33.3
38. 5
3>0
P.
62.5
47.0
52.9
22.8

21.09
31.17
17.85
17.18
7.77
16.91
28.51
25.96
20.97
17.74
11.67
20.90
19.32
30.57
28.73
25.62
14.47

.362
.290
.347
.351
.388
.435
.524
.636
. 659
.572
.351
.543
.508
.489
.611
.485
.636

T otal.........................

56

.500

40.3

19.10

.474

Establishment N o.:
One................................
T w o ...............................
Th ree2..........................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
S ix ..................................
Seven1..........................
E ig h t1..........................
N in e...............................
T en .................................
Eleven 1.......................
Tw elve.........................
Thirteen.......................
Fourteen......................

1
1
5
3
2
9
3
5
3
3
4
6
3
7

.610
.325
.326
.507
.313
.445
.739
.704
.294
.298
.255
.460
.270
.305

57.0
59.0
104.9
62.8
58.0
58.7
69.5
51.6
61.3
63.8
86.0
46.3
59.9
49.3

34.75
19.15
30.47
31.87
18.13
26.02
51.37
30.62
18.05
18. 93
22.84
21.37
16.07
15.15

.610
.325
.291
.507
.313
.444
.739
.593
.294
.297
.266
.461
.268
.307

T otal.........................

38

.383

56.0

21.40

.382

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F ive...............................
S ix ..................................

2
2
3
4
2
1

.933
.780
.739
.739
.369
.375

23.8
40.5
50.0
40.1
37.5
42.5

14.47
26.04
32.72
20.76
13.85
17.15

.609
.643
.654
.517
.309
.404

Total..........................

Lino
No.

14

.694

39.8 J

21.93 J

.552

Division and establish­
ment number.

22|
20
and
Under and
20
under under
25
cents.
22!
cents. cents.

Division N o . 1.

Establishment N o .:

Four...............................
S ix ..................................

15

15

D ivision N o . 2 .

Establishment N o.:

•

D ivision N o . 3.

* "

i
I
l

D ivision N o . 4-

1

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




393

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued,
HAM BONERS: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line

37*
35
52*
45
55
47*
27*
50
25
32*
40
30
57*
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
37*
45
40
27*
35
55
57*
50
42*
47*
30
32*
52*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2

5

1

8
1

3
4
5

1

33
1

2

1
2

5

1
2

2

2

1

2

3

5

3

7

2

1
33

2

2

1

6

1
8

1

7

3

1

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1
2

1
1
1
1

1

i
1

6

2

1
1

2

1
4
3

1
1

1

2
1

1

1

1
1
2
5

1

6
1
4

1

1

3

1

1

4

1
1

1

6

2

2

2
1

5

7

7

2

2

3

1
3
1

1
1

1

3

1
3
5

1
2

2
1

4
1
2
2

1
3

1
4

6

2

2

1

2

3

3

7

1

1

2

3

6

1

2
2
3
3

1

1

1

1

23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

I

38
39
40
41
42
43

10

1
2

2
0
2
1
2
2

1

2
1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

14

1

1

1

No.

2 The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




394

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b le

A . —AV ER A G E R A TE OF WAGES P E R H O U R, A V E R A G E NUM BER
EARNIN GS P E R H O U R, AND CLA SSIFIED H O U R L Y RATES,
F R E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
HAM BONERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................
T en.................................
Eleven...........................

7
1
4
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
4

$0,284
.474
.476
.355
.527
.275
. 285
.315
.283
.288
.320

44.5
58. 0
55.0
49.3
52. 0
52. 0
63.0
60.0
62.0
39. 8
77.5

$12. 73
27.48
26.16
17.44
27.38
14.32
17. 95
18. 88
17. 57
11.68
25. 50

$0.286
.474
.476
.354
.527
.275
.285
.315
• .283
.294
.329

T o ta l..........................

Line
No.

32

.336

55.4

18. 81

.339

Division and establish­
ment number.

22!
20
and
Under and
20
under under
25
cents.
22!
cents. cents.

Division N o. -5.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

D ivision N o. 6 .

i
j

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................

3
6
16
5
5

.314
.286
.281
.279
.320

49.5
52. 8
50.4
56.0
76.2

15. 51
15.11
14.30
15. 58
• 24.38

.313
.286
.284
.278
.320

T otal..........................

12
13
14
15
16

35

.290

55.2

16.17

.293

.407
.387
.371
.300
. 275
.357
.338
.250
.380

44.8
54. 0
119. 0
58.0
60. 0
50. 0
50. 0
59. 0
47.3

18. 20
20. 90
41.03
17.40
16. 50
17.85
18. 75
16.23
17.92

.407
.387
.345
.300
.275
.357
.375
.275
.379

14

.340

52.6

18. 08

.344

273

.394

50.2

18.34

.366

I
1

1

1

D ivision N o. 7.

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o...............................
Three1..........................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N ine...............................
T o ta l.........................
Grand to ta l2. . .

2
2
2
2
1
1'
2
2
2

j
s
s
!
!
1

CHOPPERS-OFF , SHOULDERS AND RIBS : MALES.
Division N o. 1.

26
27
28
29

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
Two ............................
Three
.......................
Four...............................

1
1
4
4

$0.342
.400
.311
.312

52.5
58.0
56.4
45.4

Total..........................

10

.323

53.0

50
20
34
68

$0.390
.400
.343
.368

19.18

.362

$20.
23.
20.
16.

1Figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in total.




16

395

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT— Continued.
HAM BONERS: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27*
52*
55
57*
30
32*
37*
45
35
50
40
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
55
27*
32*
35
57*
30
45
37*
52*
60
47*
50
42*
40
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4|
2

1

4

1

1

1

i
1

4l
7

4

2

l

1

1
3
1
1
1
1

1

2

12

5

3

5

19

1

1

4
12
3

2
2

3
2

1
2

1
0
1
1

1
3

1

1

1

4

1
2
13
14
15
16

5
9

1

i
i

2

17
18
19

2
1

i

1

2
0
2
1
2
2

2
1

1

1
2

1

23

1

4

44

23
24
25

1

1
2

48

Line
No.

13

3

2

1

11

8

12

7

16

12

15

3

11

9 |

25

C H O P P E R S -O F F , S H O U L D E R S A N D R I B S : M A L E S .

26
27
28
29

2 Total for 60 establishments w ith w eekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls and 1
establishment w ith sem im onthly pay roll not included.




396

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E SH -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.

CHOPPERS-OFF, SHOULDERS AND R IB S: MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
hourly
earnings.

Under

2
0

cents.

2
0

2i
2

and
and
under under
25
cents. cents.

2\
2

D ivision N o. 2.

Establishment N o .:
One........................
T w o 1.....................
Three....................
Four......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven....................
E igh t.....................
N in e......................
T e n 1......................
Eleven..................
Tw elve.................

$0,370
.473
.370
.370
.370
.542
.420
.425
.420
.358
.446
.420

19. 75

.409

64.5

T o ta l.................

46.0
52.5

$21. 46
39.00
19. 98
17.00
18. 50
23.85
14. 07
20.40
23. 65
43.00
20.50
22.05

48.3

$0.370
.325
.370
.283
.370
.420
.420
.425
.420
.358
.342
.420

23.10
44. 00

.358
.400

58.0
82.5
54.0
46.0
50.0
44.0
33.5
48.0
56.5

10
2 .0

D ivision N o. 8 .

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o 1.....................

.367

Total..................

10
1 .0

.358

64.5

D ivision N o. 4-

15

Establishment N o.:
One........................

.250

42.5

10.51

.325
.275
.308
.338
.400

44.0
58.5
71.7
57.0
52.0

14.30
16.09
22. 08
19.23
20.80

.325
.276
.308
.337
.400

60.9

19.52

.320

D ivision N o. 5.

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................
T o ta l.................
Division N o. 6 .

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o .......................

.297
.299

T o ta l...................

55.6
55.5

16.48
16. 57

55.5

.297
.299
.297

D ivision N o. 7.

23

Establishment N o .:
One........................
Grand totals.

.275

50.0

.332

53.7

13. 76

.275

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

397

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CHOPPERS-OFF, SHOULDERS AND R IB S : MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37*
25
27*
32*
35
40
42*
45
30
55
50
57*
60
and
a ! and
4n
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
tmder under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
37*
35
30
40
32*
42*
45
55
57*
50
47*
52*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2

2
1
1

3
4
5

1
1

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1

1

4

lin e
N o.

5

1

1

13
14

1
1

1

1

15

1

16
17
18
19

1
1
1

1

1
1

2

1

3

1
1

3
2

2

2

5

2

3

14

2
0

1
1

1
1

1

2
1
2
2

2

23

2
4

9

6

7

2

2 Total for 24 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




398

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
SHOULDER TRIMMERS: MALES.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy-

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
•week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

Under

2
0

cents.

2
0

and
under

2J
2

cents.

24
2

and
under
25
cents.

D ivision N o. 1.

Establishment N o.:
One.......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................

SO. 335
.325
.330
.340

36.0
56.3
52.9
46.5

$14. 58
18. 28
17.25
15. 77

$0.405
.325
.326
.339

Total...............

.333

49.3

16. 62

.337

.315
.288
.315
.303
.342
.370
.359
.340
.420'
.275
.340
.340
.340

61.5
82.4
35.0
40.9
50.3
23.0
52.1
42.0
43.5

19.37
29.60
10.85
13.28
16.39
12.93
18.61
14.28
18.27

26.0
55.1
49.8

17.87
19.09
16.26

.315
.359
.310
.325
,326
.562
.357
.340
.420
.276
.687
.346
.327

.337

46.5

16.14

.347

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four....................
Five 1..................
S ix .......................

.300
.315
.275
.362
.340
.325

83.5
47.0
59.0
57.5

38.0

14. 80
16.20
20.83
33.11
12.35

To ta l............. .

.333

57.2

18.59

.235

43.5

1 .2
02

.235

E stablishment No.
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................

.245
.317

48.3
62.7
52.3

13.99
15.39
16.50

.290
.245
.316

T o ta l...............

.278

55.6

.287
.277

53.3
46.0

15.30
12.94

.287
.281

D ivision N o. 2.

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o 1..................
Three..................
Four....................
F ive.....................
S ix .......................
Seven..................
E ig h t..................
N in e....................
Ten ......................
Eleven................
T w elve...............
Thirteen............
T o ta l...............

35

2 .5
2

6.2
0

Division N o. 3.

11
0 .8

2 .1
20

.265
.315
.275
.362
.325
.325

D ivision N o. 4*

24

Establishment No.:
One......................
D ivision N o. 6.

Division N o. 6.

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o ................... .
T o ta l..............

13.95

D ivision N o. 7.

B
O

Establishment No.
One.....................
Grand to ta l2.

34.0
.321

48.9

8.93

.263
.326

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




399

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
SHO ULD ER TRIM M ER S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
55
37*
57*
35
42*
45
50
32*
40
27*
25
30
60
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under and
under under
55
57*
45
52*
35
37*
50
60
40
42*
47*
27*
32*
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

4

2
1

1
2
3
4

2
1
4
3

4

10

|

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

2
2
4
3
3
1
6

i

___________

2
1

1
1
7
2
3

9

15

7

1

18
19
20
21
22
23

1
1
1

4
2
1

1

2

1

Line
N o.

4
1
1

...1

1

1

1

1

2

2

3
1

1

2

4

1

......... 1
.........

1

28
29

1

30

1
10

25
26
27

1

1

2

1

24

1

2

5

...

18

27

11

1

......... 1
.........
1

2 Total for 28 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




400
T a b le

S L A U G H T E R IN G A N D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U S T R Y .

A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F B E S H -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
SH OU LD ER BO N ER S: MALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
2
2
2
6

$0,290
.290
.300
.315
.319

53.0
38.3
55.4
40.8
55.3

$15.77
13.27
24.32
12.84
17.26

$0.297
.347
.439
.315
.312

14

.308

50.5

16.85

.334

Establishment N o.:
O n e1...........................
T w o ........................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................

2
2
4
2
2
1
2
2

.305
.260
.288
.343
.355
.315
.313
.315

90.0
46.0
45.6
25.5
55.3
41.0
35.0
44.8

27.45
11.71
13.14
8.43
18.85
12.91
10.93
14.09

.305
.254
.288
.330
.341
.315
.312
.315

T ota l.......................

15

.309

42.4

12.90

.304

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................

1
1
4
1

.300
.315
.383
.313

44.5
39.5
53.3
45.0

13.35
12.40
20.70
14.05

.300
.315
.389
.313

T otal.......................

7

.351

48.9

17.51

.358

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................

2
2

.305
.333

13.5
17.0

4.04
5.60

.299
.329

T otal.......................

4

.319

15.3

4.82

.316

E stablishment N 0 .:
One..............................
T w o .............................

1
11

.325
.319

57.5
59.2

18.69
18.84

.325
.318

T otal.......................

12

.320

59.1

18.83

.319

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

1

.275

43.0

11.80

.275

Grand to ta l2.........

Line
No.

53

.317

47.1

15.26

.324

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22*
per
20
earnings.
and
week.
Under and
20
under un d er
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o.:

T ota l.......................

Division No. 2.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Division No. 3.
14
15
16
17

Division No. 4.
18
19

Division No. 5.
20
21

Division No. 7.
22

1

*The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
SHOULDER BON ER S: MALES.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52*
55
35
45
57*
32*
42*
50
40
25
30
271
m
60
47l
and and and ai^d and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
52*
55
35
37*
45
50
60 over.
42*
47*
57*
40
32*
27*
30
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
2
1

5

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
5

1

7

2

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

2
2
2

.

2
2
1

1

3

1

1
2
2

_ _1
4

7

1
1
2
2

14
15
16
17

2
2

1
3

2

18
19

2
2

2

1

7

1
2

1

1

7

3

1

26

12

2

20
21

1
4

7

2 Total

Lduded.

22
2

1
1

1

for 21 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay

95121°—19—Bull. 252----- 26




1
i

402
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E S H -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
B U T T P U L LE R S: MALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly

Establishment No.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................

$0,290
.250
.235
.266

53.5
40.5
50.6
42.5

$14.65
12.12
11.84
10.72

$0.274
.299
.234
.252

T otal..............

.257

48.7

12.63

.260

Establishment N o.:
One 1..................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
F ive ...................
Six......................
Seven.................
E igh t.................

.300
.235
.290
.260
.315
.300
.273
.315

96.0
45.2
46.0
53.5
45.5
45.0
39.8
43.0

28.80
10.56
13.34
13.70
14.16
13.50
10.75
13.54

.300
.234
.290
.256
.311
.300
.270
.315

T ota l..............

.273

44.8

12.14

.271

Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................

.300
.300

48.0
59.0

14.45
17.70

.300
.300

T otal..............

Line
No.

.300

15.15

.235

Division and establish­
m ent num ber.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy-

22*
20
and
Under and
under under
20
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.

Division No. 2.

Division No. 3.

Division No. 4.
15

Establishment No.:
One....................

.235

Division No. S.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................

.225
.300

61.0
48.5

13.73
14.55

.225
.300

T otal..............

.250

56.8

14.00

2.46

49.7

13.34

Division No. 6.
18

E stablishment N o.:
One....................

.307

Grand to ta l2.

.307
10

SCRIBE SAWYERS: M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
T otal.

1
3
8
3

$0.235
.300
.290
.260

22.0
44.0
50.2
47.2

$5.17
15.58
14.26
12.08

$0,235
.354
.284
.256

15

.282

46.5

13.48

.290

iThe figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




403

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E S H -P O R K D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
B U T T P U L L E R S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
55
45
50
52!
42!
35
37!
32!
40
27!
25
30
60
47l
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under and
under under
55
60
57!
45
52!
35
42!
50
40
32!
37!
47!
27|
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

3
2
1
3

3

..........i

1
1
1
1
1
1

10
11
12

1
1

2

9 1

3 _____
1

I

13
14

1
2
3

15

1

******

1

16
17

1

1
5

1

6

8

--------1
......... j..........
1

i
1
1

18

S C R IB E S A W Y E R S : M A L E S .

8

C
O

3

00

C
O

C
O

19
20
21
22
......... I.......... '

Total for 17 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
included.
2




404

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

Table A . — A V E R A G E R A T E OF W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M BE R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C LA SSIFIE D H O U R L Y R ATE S,

FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
SCRIBE SAWYERS: MALES—Concluded.
Num ber w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

T w o 1 .........................
Three..........................
F o u r ..........................
F ive............................
S ix 1............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................

1
2
2
3
2
1
2
1

$0,315
.300
.260
.328
.338
.340
.340
.340

79.0
79.0
56.3
46.3
24.8
20.5
36.5
50.5

$23.84
23. 70
13.81
15.19
8.14
6.95
12.41
17.17

$0.302
.300
.246
.328
.329
.340
.340
.340

T otal.......................

11

.320

45.8

14.12

.308

Establishment N o.:
One..........................
T w o ............................

3
2

.317
.293

60.0
51.3

19.01
14.82

.317
.289

T otal_____ _______

Line
N o.

5

.307

56.5

17.33

.307

1

.225

44.0

9.90

.225

3
2

.280
.279

46.7
52.5

13.11
14.64

.281
.279

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
22*
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
22\
25
cents.
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Establishment N o.:

Division No. S.
9
10

*

Division No. 4.
11

Establishment N o.:
One...................... .......

1

Division No. 6.
12
13

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ..................... .......
T otal.......................

5

.280

49.0

13.72

.280

Grand to ta l2..........

37

.295

47.9

14.13

.295

2

L O IN P U L L E R S : M A LE S.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

3
2
5
4

$0,335
.338
.299
.315

49.3
56.9
51.0
50.3

$19.05
19.21
15.19
15.83

$0,386
.338
.298
.315

1

Total.......................

14

.317

52.0

16.77

.323

1

1
2
6
5
1
2

62.0
73.3
45.5
54.8
54.5
43.5
50.7
47.5
53.0
46.3

21.39
23.81
13.94
16.75
17.70
15.00
18.74
16.15
18.02
16.68

.345
.334
.306
.306
.325
.345
.370
.340
.340
.360

49.7

16.44

.331 ........... 1
............

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o 1..........................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N^ne............................
Ten..............................

2
2
3

.345
.325
.315
.315
.325
.345
.370
.340
.340
.370

Total........................

25

.336

a

1The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

405

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E S H -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SCRIBE S A W Y E R S : M ALES—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27*
57*
32*
35
37*
42*
45
52*
55
30
40
50
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
42*
37*
45
55
27*
32*
40
57*
30
47*
50
52*
60 over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2
2

1

Line
N o.

1
2
3
2
2
1
2
1

2

1
1
2

6
7
8

2

1

5

7

1

4

2

2

9
10

11

3
2

12
13

5
5

14

7

|
1

9

LO IN P U L L E R S : M A LE S.

4
4
8

3
1

1

4

1

1
2
6
5
1
2
3
2
2
3
11

8

14
15
16
17

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

6

2 Total for 15 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




406

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
L O IN P U L L E R S : M A L E S —Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F our............................

1
3
1
1

$0.275
.342
.350
.300

47.5
57.3
67.8
42.0

$13.05
1$. 56
23. 71
12.60

$0.275
.341
.350
.300

Total........................

6

.325

54.9

18.01

.328

E stablishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................

1
1

.325
.275

52.5
43.0

15.97
11.85

.304
.275

T otal.. : ...................

2

.300

47.8

13.91

.291

E stablishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................

2
2

.240
.294

58.5
46.3

14.01
13.48

.240
.291

1

T ota l.......................

Line
No.

4

.267

52.4

13.75

.262

1

4

.324

56.0

18.16

.324

D ivision and establish­
ment num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per * earnings.
20
22J
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
22J
25
cents. cents.

Division No. S.
1
2
3
4

Division No. 45
6

Division No. 5.
7
8

Division No. 6.
9

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................

i 1

.175

22.5

3.93

.175

i 1

Grand total2..........

10

56

.320

50.9

16.31

.320

i 1

1

2

RU B B ER S: M ALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our.....................

6
5
18
10

$0,324
.335
.342
.330

37.5
53.8
53.6
51.1

$14. 42
20.82
18.59
16.67

$0,385
.388
.342
.327

39

.335

50.5

17.64

.349

Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o 3.................
Three.................
F ou r...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
N in e 3.................
T en....................
Eleven...............

4
3
7
1
1
6
4
1
1
6
2

.294
.342
.300
.340
.325
.347
.340
.340
.315
.321
.340

70.5
76.0
54.6
58.5
5.0
48.0
37.5
26.0
132.0
50.9
38.0

19.69
25. 96
16.04
18.13
1.62
16.63
12.63
8.51
37.75
16.81
12.45

.279
.327
.294
.340
.325
.346
.337
.327
.285
.330
.328

T otal..

32

.323

49.2

15.48

.315

Total..............

Division No. 2.

1 A t 171 and under 20 cents.
2 Total- for 23 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
included.




407

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
LOIN PU L LER S: M ALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

55
57£
45
52J
42*
50
32§
37*
27£
35
25
30
60
47|
and and and and and and and cents
and and and and ar- i
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57*
55
60
37i
35
40
42i
45
47£
50
52i
32-|
30
27*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

1

1
2
3
4

2 !.........
l !

1

Line
N o.

3

i
1

l

.. . I

1
;

i

5
6

i'
1

1

1

i

i
1
[
1 i

i I
i

i

l

1 I

4

22

7
8

I

l

1
1
1
i

1
i

1

i

i

i
2

9

i
i

14

I
1

12

i
_____ I_____

i
|
1

I
1

10
1

R IB B E R S : M ALES.

1
1
2

1
1

i
1
3

4

4
1
17
6

......... •
.......... 1 ..
i
1
i
I

6

28

3

_____ i .....1
!

1

1
1

3

1

2
1

2
1

1
1
1
2
1

3
1

1
4
2

2
.

4

4

7

12

4

.

1

......... 1
.......... !..........
I
i
1
........ i........
1
!
!........ i.........
I

!.........

11
12
13
14

1

i

i
t
1
!
1
........ >
.........
I
) ...
l .
(

2

2

J

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

I

s The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

408
T able A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FR E SH -P O R K D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
BIBBERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

3
1
1
6
1
2

$0.322
.315
.375
.337
.340
.298

23.0
28.0
56.5
62.0
127.5
58.3

$7.32
8.80
21.20
20.90
40.51
16. 41

$0.318
.315
.375
.337
.318
.281

13

.329

49.4

16.17

.327

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three- ........................

1
1
1

.315
.420
.305

29.5
44.5
42.0

8.95
18.90
12.00

.303
.425
.286

Total-......................

3

.347

38.7

13.28

.344

Establishm ent N o.:
One_____ ___________
T w o .............................
Three..........................

2
13
2

.250
.271
.313

57.3
55.7
51.5

14.31
15.30
15.13

.250
.275
.294

1

Total.................. .....

17

.273

55.0

15.16

.276

1

1
9
5

.295
.301
.293

57.5
53.1
56.0

16.97
16. 07
16.36

.295
.302
.292

.... .

15

.298

54.4

16.22

.298

E stablishment N 0 .:
O ne.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
2
1

.300
.288
.290

52.5
38.5
54.5

17.40
11.30
15. 81

.327
• .293
.290

T otal.......................

4

.291

46.0

13.95

.303

Grand t o ta l2.........

123

.317

50.7

16.18

.319

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

Average
warnings Average
hourly
22*
per
20
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 8.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T h r e e ........................
Four............................
F iv e 1. ........................
T otal........................

Division No. 4 .

Division No. 5.

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
T ota l........

Division No. 1.

........... |

l

TRIM M ER S, A N D HAM A N D SH OULDER S K IN N E R S : MALES.

Division No. 1.

T otal.......................

19
20
21
22
23

Establishm ent N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................

23
24
21
50

50.9
33.7
56.6
53.9
45.5

$13.09
11.52
17.65
14. 77
14.08

$0.258
.342
.312
.274
.309

5

20

$0,259
.287
.298
.275
.311

138

.283

49.1

14. 27

.290

5

7
1
9

17

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




409

G EN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R ESH -PO R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
R IB B E R S: MALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27*
25
32*
50
55
30
35
37*
45
52*
57*
42*
40
60
47i
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
52*
55
57*
27*
30
32*
37*
45
50
47*
60
40
42*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
r

1
1
1

1
1
1

4

3

4

4

1
1

V

i

1

i

10

2
2
4

3
3

1
2
3

1
1

1
1

i

|

1
......... 1
.......... [..........
1

1

1
1

- 1

i
1

I

2

1

1

i

2
3

3

5

10
11
12

i

3

1

13
14
15

.

1
1

2
19

!

1

2

2
8

N o.

2

i

Line

2

14

27

16
17
18

48

11

1

2

1
1
I

1
1

TRIMM ERS, AN D HAM AN D SHOU LDER SK IN N E R S : MALES.

5
2
7

9
11
5
34
5

2
7
7

7

13

2

14

64

29

9

19
20
21
22

23

2 Total for 30 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
not included.




410

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
TRIM ERS, AND HAM AND SHOULDER SKINNERS: M
M
ALES—
Continued.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o1...........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e........ *..................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
Ten .............................
E leven........................
T w elve.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................

6
11
13
10
4
4
6
15
8
1
3
4
8
5

$0.298
.293
.294
.273
.291
.334
.375
.322
.274
.340
.326
.295
.308
.352

60.0
85.0
37.7
51.4
58.4
24.6
48.8
47.3
47.1
20.0
47.2
34.5
57.6
52.5

$17.47
27.41
10.96
13.57
16.61
10.50
18.48
15.20
12. 87
6.80
14.97
10.29
17. 67
18.09

$0.291
.322
.291
.264
.285
.426
.378
.322
.273
.340
.317
.298
.307
.345

T otal.......................

87

.308

47.1

14.46

.307

1

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o............................
Three2........................
Four............................
F ive............................
S ix...............................
Seven1........................
E ight1........................
N ine............................
Ten.............................
E leven........................

4
3
1
2
1
18
4
7
2
5
6

.265
.280
.275
.350
.350
.348
.313
.337
.288
.265
.246

52.4
42.0
113.5
50.8
51.5
58.8
78.1
86.4
41.2
59.4
41.6

16.09
11.63
32.90
17.75
18.00
20'. 42
23.42
29.80
11.95
15.67
10.23

.307
.277
.290
.350
.350
.347
.300
.345
.290
.264
.246

1
3

Total.......................

41

.307

53.1

16.68

.314

4

Establishment N o .:
O ne.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive........................

6
4
3
3
1

.267
.266
.358
.270
.275

46.4
33.6
36.5
44.3
50.5

12.13
9.13
12.70
11.70
13.90

.261
.272
.348
.264
.275

3
1

T otal.......................

Line
N o.

17

.284

41.5

11. 55

.278

4

-1

1
5
25
3
2

.325
.354
.238
.275
.285

55.5
47.1
59.6
54.3
70.7

18.04
16.45
14.32
14.93
20.13

.325
.349
.240
.275
.285

3

16

3fi i

. 263

58.0

15.10

3

ifi

D ivision and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
20
22*
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

1

Division No. 3.
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Division No. 426
27
28
29
30

1

Division No. 5.
31
32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e............................
Total____________

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




411

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E SH -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMM ERS, AND HAM AN D SH OULDER SK IN N E R S: M ALES— Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.
Line
N o.

55
57i
50
52!
27£
45.
42£
35
40
30
25
32J
37h
m
60
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57J
55
60
47i
52^
35
50
45
42£
27*
32£
30
37J
40
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2
4
1

1
2
11
5
2

2
2
5

3
1

1
1
4
2

1

1
1
1

1
1
7

1
3

2

16

29

22

11

8

....

4
4
1

1
1

3
1
1
3
1

1
......... i........ ;
i
......... i..........
i
i
......... i..........

6
I

1

1

2

......... .......................
......... ........... !..........
1
j
i
1
1
......... I.......... ...........

i
3
1

1
1

2 1
2

2
2
1
1
1

1
1

8

4

6

!

1

10
2
4

10

2
1
3

1

1

1

!

1

'

!
:
!
1
1
......... 1
.......... !
1
i

1

6

'

i

1
1

2

1

10
11
12
13
14

1

2

1

!

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

1
i

1

2
1

1
1

1

1

1

1

1
1
!
j

1
2

4

4
1

1
1
2

5

4

1

1
1
1
3

2

i

1

3

......... I . . . .
i
..........
1 ..........1

1

i

i

i
i
;

26
27

1

j

1

i . . .
i
......... i..........

......... 1..........

2 .........

1
2

!

i
..........i..........
..........!
I

1

|
!

!
1
i
1
I

1
j

'

i
|

29
30

31
32
33
34
35

1

2The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




412

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able A — AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—C o n tin u ed .
TRIM ERS, AND HAM AND SHOULDER SKINNERS: M
M
ALES—
Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per .
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
O n e.............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e............................

9
1
16
20
3

$0.266
.323
.305
.270
.287

53.9
57.5
56.1
53.7
63.0

$14.37
18.59
17.15
14.37
18.06

$0.266
.323
.306
- .268
.287

Total.......................

49

.283

55.2

15. 59

. 2S3

5
3
1

.417
.275
.300

39.5
46.7
56.0

15.00
12. 84
16. 80

.380
.275
.300

T otal.......................

9

.356

43.7

14. 48

.331

Grand total i .........

Line
No.

3?r

.291

50.2

14.71

.293

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
20
22*
earnings. Under
week.
and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
1
2
3
4
5

Division No. 7.
6
7
8

Establishment N o.:
O n e.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

12

39

TRIM ERS O TRIM INGS: M
M
F
M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
9
10
11
12
13

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
Two .........................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F ive .............................
T otal........................

24
1
2
16
34
'77

$0.339
.421
.288
.395
.363

41.7
33.5
55.4
55. 8
49.5

$13.94
14.11
23.28
22. 04
18. 68

$0.334
.421
.420
.395
.378

3

2

1

2

.361

9.0

17.96

.367

4

4

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One 2...........................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ..............................
Seven...........
Eight 2........................
Nine 2 ........................
Ten ............................
Eleven........................

11
3
1
3
5
13
1
6
5
28
5

.422
.275
.275
.654
.331
.458
.484
.517
.464
.368
.244

92.8
56.9
44.5
44.3
48.9
47.3
56.0
96.9
43.6
48.1
52.5

38.54
15.62
12.10
23.00
15.52
21.42
27.12
50.13
18.10
17.87
12.84

.415
.275
.272
.519
.317
.453
.484
.517
.415
.372
.245

T otal.......................

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

59

.384

48.7

18.23

.374

l

1

3

1

1 |
...........
1 1

3

i Total for 44 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls
and 1 establishment with semimonthly pay roll not included.




413

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R ESH -PO R K D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
TRIMMERS, AN D HAM AN D SH OULDER SK IN N E R S : MALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27*
32*
35
37*
30
40
42*
52*
45
47*
50
55
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27i
35
37*
30
32*
40
45
42%
52*
55
57*
50
60
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

5

4

1
12
1

5
5
1

1
8
3
1

1

1

19

15

13

1

. 1

1

1
3

Line
N o.

2

1

1
1

4

1

65

121

75

2
36

16

3

1

I
4 |
1......... !..........

3

2

1

TR IM M E R S OF T R IM M IN G S : M A L E S.

2

2

1
1

6

1
1
2

8

4

4

1

1
1

1

1

13

1
1

5
4

1
5

4
4

3

2

11

19

9

3

3

5

1
1

1

1

1
1

3

8
4

2

2

14
2

2

5

3

_____1
I______
3
6 )

2

1

4

i
2

4

3

1

10
11
12
13

1
1

1

1
i
1

2

1

2

1
1

1
1

2

2

4

2

2

1
1

1
1

1
5

2

4

5

4

5

1

2

1

2

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




414

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMM ERS OF TRIMM INGS: MALES— Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
2
30
5
4
1
3
2
2

$0.539
.263
.348
.481
.345
.200
.308
.262
.214

44.5
52.5
59.3
81.4
117.1
41.3
46.8
107.5
40.0

N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate o f wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
20
22i
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22\
cents. cents..

Division No. 3.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F o u r 1.........................
F iv e 1..........................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t1........................
N ine............................

$23.38
13.75
20.54
36.00
37.72
8.25
15.68
28.22
8.57

$0.525
.262
.346
.442
.322
.200
• .335
.262
.214

21

1
1 ........... I
1

40

.340

55.9

19.08

.341

21

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

3
7
5
2

.356
.340
.251
.200

32.3
43.9
31.3
53.5

11.19
14.56
7.72
10.70

.346
.331
.247
.200

31

T ota l.......................

17

.300

39.3

11.50

.293

31

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................

1
1
11
7
8
1
4

.275
.375
.289
.232
.221
.300
.250

25.0
45.0
53.8
58.0
46.4
41.0
52.3

6.88
16.88
15.68
13.46
10.29
12.30
13.05

.275
.375
.291
.232
.222
.300
.250

42
52

4

1
!
1
l i
l
1 ;

T otal.......................

33

.258

51.2

13.25

.259

64

4

4

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................

17
2
46
37

.270
.300
.266
.250

54.6
50.0
52.3
55.8

14.71
15.00
13.97
13.97

.270
.300
.267
.250

62

5
7

T otal.......................

102

.261

53.9

14.11

.262

52

12 ;

4
2
3
1
2
1

.338
.263
.217
.250
.175
.250

52.4
58.3
93.7
46.5
29.5
59.5

17.56
15.25
20.77
11.63
5.15
14.85

.335
.262
.222
.250
.175
.250

T otal.......................

10

.273

49.1

13. 75

.280

22

Grand t o ta l7..........

338

.317 |

51.0

16.07

.315

6 10

T ota l.......................

1

1

1

1

Division No. 4.

2
3

Division No. 5.

1 |
!
I

1
1

Division No. 6.

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three1........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................

i
1
2
22

13

25

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 17J and under 20 cents.

3 A t 15 and under 17£ cents.
^ 2 at 15 and under 17J cents.




415

G ENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued. FR E SH -P O R K D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
TRIMM ERS OF TRIM M INGS: M ALES —Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52!
55
57!
37!
40
42!
45
47!
50
25
27!
32!
35
30
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57!
37!
35
60
45
47!
50
40
42!
52!
27!
30
32!
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2
1
1

1
1
9

1

i

1
1

1
2
4

1

11

1

I
5

6

1

1

1

1
3

1

I
i
!

1

2

5

4

I
1

4

6

1

i

1

1

Line
N o.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1

|
1

1 i

1
1

1

3
4

2

2

1

1

1
j I.. .

1 .........
1
1

1
1
1

1
2

1

7
1
1

2

1

4

5

....
9

1

10
11
12
13

1

2

1

i
1 1
I___ .
> .... 1
___
1

14
15
16
17
18
19
20

1

1

!
1
1
1

i
I

1

'

1
I
l

l

1
6

10

29
22

9
6

57

25

1

1
2
2

1

5

1

’

21
22
23
24

......... i ...............................
........
!
,
l

1

1

i

i

:

i

i
1
1
1

2
1

2
i
......... 1
..........
......... 1
..........

25
26
27
28
29
30

i

1
3

3

94

55

......... 1
..........

2
26

7

20

23

19

14

10

9

3

3

2

5

5 1 at 15 and under 17! cents; 1 at 17! and under 20 cents.
6 See notes to details.
7 Total for 39 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




S L A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .
e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E SH -P O R K D E P A R T M E N T—Continued.

T Y MEN, H A N D Y MEN, A L L -R O U N D MEN, A SS IS T A N T FOREMEN, AND S T R A W
BOSSES: MALES.
N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

6
1
1
3
1
4

$0.321
.250
.325
.267
.350
.313

58.7
72.5
60.0
78.8
48.5
60.6

$16.35
20.00
19.50
20.99
16.97
19.18

$0.279
.276
.325
.266
.350
.316

2

16

.290

63.3

18.39

.291

3

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o ........ ...........
Three..................
Four....................
F iv e .....................
S ix .......................
Seven...................
E ig h t..................
N in e....................
T e n . ...................
E lev en 1..............
T w elve................

3
1
6
1
2
7
6
1
2
1
1
4

.283
.283
.326
.300
.268
.323
.305
.250
.300
.300
.292
.329

61.7
60.0
58.3
41.5
54.8
57.4
56.6
63.5
64.3
84.5
120.0
57.3

17.4617.00
18.93
11.50
14.60
18.64
16.82
15.87
19.28
25.35
35.00
19.43

.283
.283
.325
.277
.267
.325
.297
.250
.300
.300
.292
.339

T otal................

34

.308

58.6

18.01

.307

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
T hree1....... ........
F o u r1..................
F ive .....................
S ix .......................
Seven...................
E ig h t...................

1
1
1
3
1
3
1
2

.250
.325
.275
.370
.250
.325
.300
.336

44.5
58.0
117.0
115.8
64.0
58.0
60.0
55.3

11.10
18.85
33.00
42.81
16.00
19.50
18.00
18.78

.250
.325
.275
.370
.250
.334
.300
.340 ..

T otal................

9

.308

56.9

17.78

.313

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three..................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................

1
1
1
1
1

.275
.275
.275
.250
.275

66.5
60.0
30.5
10.0
67.0

18.28
16.50
8.38
2.50
18.45

.275
.275
.275 ........... ..........
*
.250
1
.275

T otal................

u
*

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

5

.270

46.8

12.82

.274 . .

1
1
4
6

.325
.300
.281
.324

57.5
53.5
6.06
61.3

18.69
16.05
16.89
19.80

.325
.300
.279
.323

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
20
22*
per
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four....................
F iv e .....................
S ix .......................
T ota l.

1

Division No ?.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

__
!
!
........... 1
............

..........

1 ...
.

........... 1
1 .. .
______ 1
_____ 1
_____
........... 1
...........
1

Division No. 3.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

1
1

1
;

1

1

1

.J

1
1

Division No. 4.
27
28
29
30
31

1

1
...........
l

.J

Division No. 5.
32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o.....................
Three...................
F ou r.....................

1

i

1

1
1
Total...........
12
60.1
.306
.307
18.42
e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




417

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
U T IL IT Y MEN, H A N D Y MEN, A L L -R O U N D MEN, ASSIS T A N T FOREMEN, AND S T R A W
BOSSES: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

55
424
45
50
40
371
35
27J
30
25
524
574
474
324
60
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
574
60
55
45
50
35
40
27*
30
524
424
474
374
324
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1

2

1

1

1

1

i

2
1
2

2

1

1

1

1

1

3

i
l

1
2

1
1

2

1
4

1

2
1

1
3
2

i

1

1
11

i
i

3

7

!
1
j
i
1

6

3

3

1
1

1

1

3
1

1
3

1

I

4

l
1 1
1
I
1
1

1
I
i
1

1
1

:
......... 1
..........

i

l

I
I '
......... 1
...........
1

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

27
28
29
30
31

1

4

1
1
2

1
3

2

i
......... I..........
1
!
1
I
1

1

1
1
1

1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

1
1
__
1
......... I..........
i
_____ 1
______1
_____

1
1
1

1

.........

2
1
1

4

i

l!
l j.........
l

1
1

Line
N o.

2

4

3

95121°— 19— Bull. 252-




......... I..........

1
ii

......... 1
..........

ii

-27

32
33
34
35

418

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.

U T IL IT Y MEN, H A N D Y MEN, A L L -R O U N D MEN, ASSISTAN T FOREMEN, AN D S T R A W
BOSSES: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o............................
Three..........................
Four............................

1
2
11
10

SO.392
.338
.332
.327

60.0
56.5
58.5
59.0

$23.50
20.25
19. 44
19. 43

Total.........................

Line
No.

24

.333

58.6

19. 67

!
i
!
1
t
>
.336 ........... 1_____ i . _

2
3
2
1
1

.267
.308
.335
.315
.300

51.8
57.0
58.0
62.0
50.0

13. 85
17.64
19.39
19. 52
18. 00

.268
.308
.334
.315
.360

Division and establshment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22*
20
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
1
2
3
4

$0.392
.358
. 332
.329

Division No. 7.
5
6
7
8
9

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
Total.........................

9

.305

55.8

17.43

109

.309

58.6

18.17 |

j

.312

Grand to ta l1..........

1

.310

4 ;

SM ALL-O RD ER MEN: MALES.

Division No. 1.
!

1
3
23

$0.220
.258
.271

61.0
57.3
51.7

$13.42
15.03
13.99

Total.......................

27

.268

52.7

14.09

Establishment No.:
One2............................
T w o............................
T h r e e ........................
Four............................
F iv e 2..........................
S ix...............................

16
20
1
1
3
1

.278
.254
.?15
.270
.263
.250

108.3
60.0
54.5
61.0
10.22
57.5

31.03
15.23
17.16
16. 47
27.08
14.37

.287
.254
.315
.270
.265
.250

Total.......................

23

.257

59.7

15.33

.257

Establishment N o.:
O n e2...........................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
7
2

.250
.211
.218

30.0
58.0
69.0

7.50
12.19
14.92

.250
.210
.216

2 1
H

2

3

Total.......................

10
11
12

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o............................
Three..........................

9

.212

60.4

12.80

.212

33

2

3

$0.220
i
.262
.292 ...........
1
I
.267

i
i
2

Division No. 2.
13
14
15
16
17
18

Division No. S.
19
20
21

1 Total for 41 establishments with weekly pay rolls on ly; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




419

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E S H -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
U T IL IT Y MEN, H A N D Y MEN, AL L-R O U N D MEN, ASSISTAN T FOREMEN, AN D S T R A W
BOSSES: M ALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
25
27*
32*
35
42*
45
52*
55
37*
50
30
40
60
47|
and
and and and
and
and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
27*
37*
55
57%
42*
40
30
%
45
60
50
52%
32|
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

i

1

2
1

1
3
3

3
3

1

3

7

6

4

1

1
1

1
16

1

1
2
1

1
1
1
1
4
24

1

2

22

2

1
1

2

1
1

!

22

1

12

;_____ i_ ___
!

4

5

I

SM ALL-OR DER MEN: MALES.
|

2
2

1
20

4

21

4
20

10

1
3
1
22

'

;
I

!

10
11
12

|
_____ 1
_____ !___ _

1

1

I

1
i
1
i

1

;
I
1
i
1

1

i
I........

1

....

1

......... 1
..........

i
!

...

1
......... 1
.......... 1
..........

. . . d ......... ;..........1.......... ......... I..........

2 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
3 1 at 17* and under 23 cents.




13
14
15
16
17
18

19
20
21

420

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T able A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
SM ALL -O R D ER M EN: M ALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................

31
9
11
24
3
20
21

$0.263
.322
.300
.252
.258
.265
.265

49.3
54.7
56.8
57.1
60.0
64.6
53.1

$13.15
17.61
17.15
14.52
15.50
17.26
14.94

$0.267
.322
.302
.254
.258
.267
.281

i 2

2

Total........................

119

.269

55.6

15.20

.273

i2

10

Establishment N o.:
O n e ............................
T w o............................
Three..........................
Four............................

8
5
22
6

.282
.271
.257
.264

59.4
56. 7
55.3
53.3

16.94
15.41
14.26
14.06

.285
.272
.258
.264

1
2

Total.......................

Line
No.

41

.264

56.0

14.89

.266

3

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22%
20
earnings. Under and
week.
and
20
under under
cents.
22\
25
cents. cents.

Division Nq. 5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1
8
2
3

Division No. 6.
8
9
10
11

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................

1

.275

49.0

13.45

.275

Grand t o ta l2..........

12

220

.265

55.9

14. 91

.267

»5

14

9

2
8

PACKERS, N AIL E R S, AND CAR ST O W E R S: MALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................

10
9
2
22
46

$0.223
.232
.293
.240
.241

56.7
45.0
51.9
61.3
56.0

$12. 75
10.49
15.18
14. 70
13.46

$0.225
.233
.292
.240
.241

8

Total.......................

89

.239

56.2

13.41

.239

8

53

7
.234
60.7
70.6
7 w o 4 .249
T
4
.245
52.5
27
.221
53.9
43
57.4
.245
.234
62.6
5 ix...............................
S
5
.257
53.4
5
.240
28.9
6
.262
51.1
9
.257
54.1
7
_241
39.2
59.0
.253
6
.258
47.6
5
10
.290
129.1
12
.250
105.1
.27458.7
16
7
.252
59.3

14.26
19.31
12.86
12.08
14.08
14. 67
13.83
7.25
13. 33
13.96
9.39
14. 87
12.58
36. 74
26.28
16.08
14.95

.235
.273
.245
.224
62
.245
. 234
.259 ’...........
.251 :........
.261 i____
.258
62
.240
.252
.264
.285
.250
.274
.252

18
3
1

6
3
4
4
12
2
1
4
1

13.47 !

.247

15
28

Division No. 2.
Establishment No.:
One.............................
..........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N in e............................
T en ..............................
E leven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen 4.................
F ifteen4.....................
Sixteen.......................
Seventeen..................
T otal.......................

152

.245

54.6 1

54

6
1

1
22

42

1 A t 15 and under 17J cents.
2 Total for 21 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

421

OF HOUES WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
SM ALL-O R D ER M EN: MALES—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

35
37*
25
27*
32*
30
42*
55
40
45
50
52*
57*
47*
60
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
37*
35
40
45
55
57*
30
42*
47*
50
52*
32*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

43

Line
N o.

26

10
11

12
95

58

25

11
P A C K E R S , N A IL E R S , A N D C A R S T O W E R S : M A LE S.

13
14
15
16
17

1
1

1

26

1

1

1
2

2

7
18

1
25
2
4
1
2
2

1

2
1

3
5
1
10
15

55

25

1-

1
!
I
1
.........
1

5
5
12
1
6

1

i
3

1 ......... i..........

3 See notes to details.
4 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
6 A t 17* and under 20 cents.




18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

422

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E S H -P O R K D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

PACKERS, N AILERS, AN D ST O W E R S: M ALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

D ivision and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy-

N um ber w ho re ­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0,228
.250
.268
.249
.256
.267
.265
.212
.250

50.0
52.3
56.6
100.6
36.6
53.1
98.8
50.9
54.5

$11.45
13.08
15.20
25.06
9.81
14.17
26.02
11.11
13.65

$0.229
.250
.268
.249
.268
.267
.263
.218
.250

.247

52.0

13.04

.251

.225
.255
.221

41.0
31.5
41.0
47.8

8.60
7.08
10.56
10.49

.210
.225

42.0

9.54

.227

50.8
51.2
54.2
48.1
49.6
59.0

15.00
14.19
12.05
11.34
12.66
15.29

.295
.277
.222
.236
.255
.259

52.5

12.84

earnings Average
hourly
per
20
22!
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22!
25
eents. cents.

Division No. 3.
Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our1...................
F ive .....................
Six........................
Seven1.................
E ight...................
N ine....................
Total................

55

21
34
34

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
Total................

.219

21

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our.....................
F ive .....................
S ix........................

.290
.278
.222
.233
.254
.259

Total................

19

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e .....................

.250
.276
.276
.260
.272

51.5
47.1
55.7
46.1
55.3

12.88
12.94
15.42
12.01
14.67

.250
.274
.277
.260
.265

Total................

.271

51.8

14.06

.272

.253
.325
.175

57.8
60.0
55.0

14.63
19.50
9.63

.253
.325
.175

.252

57.7

14.62

.245

53.3

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Total................
Grand t o ta l4. .

514

178

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 15 and under 17! cents.
3 A t 17! and under 20 cents.




423

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
P A C K E R S , N A IL E R S , A N D S T O W E R S : M A LE S—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
55
32*
37*
52*
25
27*
35
42*
45
50
30
40
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57*
60 over.
55
35
37*
30
52*
40
45
27*
50
32*
42*
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
3
4
17
1
3
15
1
1
15

13

.

2
3
7

18

'!
1

!
!

i
l
1

1

1

i
.........
1 1

5
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

i
1 .
I
I
1
......... !..........
i

1

Line
No.

10
11
12
13

i

1

7

1

1
1
3
12
7

3
18

9 I
2

I

I
1
_ i ____ 1
1
1 i ... J

1 ......... 1
I
4
1

24

27

11

1
3
7
7
2

3
5
2

1
2

20

10

;

4

1 ! ____1
J

!
2

14
15
16
17
18
19

!
1

1

1
1

!

I
I
!
1
i

i
i

1

20
21
22
23
24

2
i

7

7
154

1

1

........i..........
1 !
1 I
82

22
1

* Total

1
1 1
1

1

i

!

i

i 1 .... 1 ....

!

1

!
3 i

I
!

1
1

25
26
27

i

2

l

......... 1
..........

i

for 44 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not

included.
6 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 12 at 17* and under 20 cents.




SLA U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

iE A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FR E SH -P O R K D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
T R U C K E R S: M ALES.

>u.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
employ-

Average
rate of
per
hour.

N um ber w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of waj
per hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly

20
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22i
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
$0.220
.221
.259
.227
.250
.219

55.0
63.8
52.4
65.0
22.5
49.5

$12.12
14.10
13.72
14.71
5.62
10.77

$0.220
.221
.257
.226
.250
.219

T otal................

1
2
3
4
5
6

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
Four.....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................

.225

56.0

12.58

.225

.253
.213
.250
.220
.235
.235
.247
.251
.250
.250
.250

84.7
51.0
56.0
69.5
47.0
59.6
44.8
38.2
90.3
49.5
50.0

21.45
10.87
14.00
15.29
11.04
14.00
11.08
9.64
22.77
12.36
12.50

.253
.213
.250
.220
.235
.235
.247
.252
.252
.250
.250

47.1

11.18

.237

.225
.250
.276
.260
.232
.231
.224
.222

11

Division No. 2.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Establishment No.:
One2....................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
Seven...................
E igh t...................
Nme 2..................
T en ......................
Eleven 2..............
Total..............

32

Division No. 3.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four 2................
F iv e ...................
S ix 2...................
Seven.................
E ight.................

.225
.250
.275
.260
.232
.233
.222
.223

46.6
17.5
59.6
109.5
45.2
107.7
52.2
44.9

10.46
4.37
16.45
28.47
10. 49
24.93
11.71

Total................

.231

47.8

11.09

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................

.198
.200
.235
.213

50.5
42.0
35.9
49.1

9.98
8.37
8.32
10.68

.198
.199
.232
.217

Total................

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

.212

43.1

9.06

.210

.275
.279
.275
.224
.275

6.7
47.3
31.5
50.6
34.5

1.89
13.51

.285
.285
.276
.225
.275

.240

46.6

Division No. ,£.
26
27
28
29

14

Division No. 5.
30
31
32
33
34

Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three...................
F our....................
F iv e .....................
T otal..

•At 17 | and under 20 cents.

11.36
9.49

.238

>
figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK,
DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
T R U C K E R S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

35
37%
32%
42*
45
52%
25
30
55
40
57%
50
m
60
47|
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
37% ' 40
45
55
27%
57%
42%
50
52%
30
32*
47%
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2
3
4
5
6

5
1
1

3

7

3

12
1
1

1

1

8

1

8

1

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

3
17
18
13
1
35

1
1
1
3
8

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

3
8

26
27
28
29
|

3

2
5
13

30
31
32
33
34

5

1
2
4

22

5




3 At 15 and under 17% cents.

426

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able

A .—

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
FRESH-PORK DEPARTMENT—Continued.
T R U C K E R S : MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................

3
22
14
1

$0.275
.267
.250
.250

61.5
55.3
55.6
60.0

$16.91
14.73
13.91
15.00

$0.275
.267
.250
.250

Total........................

40

.261

56.0

14.62

.'261

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

1
2
3
4

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22J
20
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
25
22-|
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.

1
L * .: *

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................

3

.250

62.0

15.48

.250

Grand to ta l1.........

5

437

.235

49.6

11.64

.235

26

108

187

TRIMMERS OF TRIMMINGS : FEM ALES.
15
17*
Under and
and
under under
15
cents.
20
m
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
G
One.............................
7
T w o .............................
8
Three..........................
9
F ou r............................

16
17
43
133

SO.179
.298
.216
.240

40.7
32.2
53.1
48.2

$7.46
9.70
11.48
11.54

$0.183
.301
.216
.240

35

3

34

23
19

2
3
1
12

T otal.......................

209

.234

47.3

11.07

.234

39

45

18

Establishment No.:
O ne.............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine............................
T e n .............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen &
.....................
Sixteen 5.....................
Seventeen...................
E ighteen....................

52
97
45
18
23
46
21
27
21
18
46
33
13
35
9
43
4
31

.185
.201
.179
.203
.178
.244
.313
.313
.249
.295
.209
.248
.222
.257
.181
.258
.431
.217

42.4
44.6
47.2
29.5
42.7
36.3
33.3
39.5
44.1
42.4
39.4
42.1
39.2
42.8
55.5
73.5
29.0
38.1

8.03
8.91
8.64
6.05
7.56
8.96
10.61
12.41
10.86
12.45
8.41
10.34
8.57
10.87
9.52
19.15
12.30
8.46

.190
.200
.183
.205
.177
.247
.318
.314
.246
.293
.214
.246
.219
.254
.172
.261
.424
.222

4 30
3 32
3 31

2
27
1

2
4
1

1

12
2
1
12
7
3
22
11
1
15
3
3

T otal.......................

530

.226

41.1

9.26

.225

6 99

Division No. 2.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

36

1
4

1
2
2
4

9

41

102

i Total for 34 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
Included,
a A t 17£ and under 20 cents.
3 A t 12| and under 15 cents.




427

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E S H -P O R K D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

T R U C K E R S: MALES— Concluded.

N um ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27!
32!
35
37!
55
57!
30
52!
45
42!
.40
471
50
60
and
and
and and and and and and and anc
and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
271
35
32!
37!
55
30
47!
42!
45
57|
40
50
52!
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents cents. cents. ceuts. cents. over.

Line
No.

TRIMM ERS OF TRIMM INGS: FEMALES.
52!
42|
45
50
32!
37!
27!
35
40
30
22!
20
25
55
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
52!
42!
45
50
40
55
30
32!
37!
47!
27!
35
22!
25
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
6
19

l
5
7

3

21

1
3
1
27

25

24

32

27

13

3
5
1
17
1
18
2

G
1
2

2
7
2
1

3
4
3

3
6
1

7

6
1
1
2
2
1
6

2
3
1
2

4

1

2

1

1

1

9

5

3

5
3
17

3
9
2
5
3
4
7

3

3
2
6

Q

6
3

1
1
2
6
1
1
6

5

8
1
6

6
5

74 i

52

42

1

2

4

2

3

5

4

1

2
4
3

1
7

1
2
1

2

2

1

4

1
2

4
4
1
3

4
1

3
1

1
31

20

2
2

2

1
1
1

2
2

12

3

1
2

1
21

2

16 !

7

4

1

i
2 I

2

2

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

5

4 1 at 10 and under 12! cents; 29 at 12! and under 15 cents.
6 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
« See notes to details.




428

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R E S H -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMM ERS OF TRIM M INGS: FEM ALES— Concluded.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0.213
.150
.220
.369
.265
.150
.200
.192

42.0
45.7
53.1
78.0
89.5
58.3
36.8
43.6
18.2

.201

35.6

7.17

.201

Establishment No.:
O ne....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................

.144
.151
.184
.221

29.2
40.3
32.0
33.2

4.58
6.07
5.89
6.43

.157
.151
.184
.193

Total..............

.193

3.3

6.02

.181

.200
.238
.171

41.1
40.2
35.4

8.22
9.13
6.16

.200
.227
.174

120

.188

37.5

7.10

14

.208

Division and establish­
ment number.

Line
No.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
15
per
earnings. Under and
and
week.
15
under under
cents.
20
17*
cents. cents.

17|

Division No. 3.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F o u r1................
F iv e 1.................
S ix .....................
Seven.................
E ight.................
N ine...................

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

T otal..............

107

$8.
6.
11.
27.
24.

$0.213
.150
.221
.347
.277
.150
.200
.195
.191
47

21

Division No. 410
11
12
13

«6

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................

14
15
16

Total..............

28

Division No. 6.
17

Establishment No.:
One....................

.208

Division No. 7.
18
19
20

Establishment No.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................

.294
.254
.200

39.7
37.8
31.9

12.42
9.19
6.38

T otal..............

23

.251

6.5

9.47

Grand total 7.

1,050

.220

41.0

9.01

.313
.243
.200

.220

* 149

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 12J and under 15 cents.
3 1 at 10 and under 12§ cents; 5 at 12J and under 15 cents.
4 See notes to details.




429

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
FR E SH -P O R K D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
TRIMM ERS OF TRIMM INGS: FEMALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32*
37*
22*
27*
30
40
20
25
35
45
52*
50
55
42|
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
42*
50
27*
22*
30
32*
40
47*
52*
55
35
25
37*
45
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

3
6
1
6

4
2
3

2
2
10

1
2

1
1
6

2
4

2
3

2
2

17

10

7

5

4
2

f
4

1
4

2

1

2
1

2

3
1

1
1

1

3
1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

2

4

1

Line
N o.

10
11
12
13

2
1
3

2
5

2

2

2

6

7

2

2

2

1

2

6

2
3

2

3
33

6

5

2

1

2

12

1

1

30

3

14
15
16

17

2

2

1

1

1

18
19
20

8
3

8
175

100

2

92

67

2
39

21

1

1

29

22

1

9

5 '

1

4

2

5

5 2 at 7* and under 10 cents; 1 at 10 and under 12* cents.
6 3 at 12* and under 15 cents.
7 Total for 38 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




430

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
F R ESH -PO R K D EPAR T M EN T— Concluded.

PACK ER S, INSPECTORS, W R A P P E R S, HELPERS, SK IN B U N D LER S, LAB E L E R S,
GRADERS, E T C : FEMALES.

Line
No.

D ivision and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each class ified rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
15
171
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
15
under under
cents.
20
17%
cents. cents.
|

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................

1
$0.165
16 *
.186
1
.185
5
.200
4
.196

45.0
44.2
43.5
48.6
44.0

$7.35
8.28
8.05
9. 72
8.99

$0.163
.187
. 186
.200
.204

1
2

27

.189

45.0

8.61

.191

3

18

Establishment N o.:
O ne.............................
T w o .............................

8
1

.163
.175

55.8
44.5

9.06
7.79

.162
.175

4

4
1

T otal........................

9

.164

54.5

8.92

.164

4

5

Establishment No.:
O ne.............................

3

.165

65.5

10. 69

.163

i 1

1

1

Grand to ta l2.........

39

. 182

8.84

. 181

i 1

8

24

T otal........................

14 :

l f

3

Division No. 3.
6
7

Division No. 48

48.8

LARD AND OLEO OIL DEPARTM ENT.
L AB O R ER S: MALES.
22%
20
and
Under and
under under
20
cents. 22%
25
cents. cents. |

Division No. 1.
9
10
11
12
13
14

Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ..................*...........
T ota l....................... i




122
63
7
55
1
115
363

$0.220
.227
.254
.212.
.275
.226
.223 |
S

54.6
47.6
77.8
56.1
71.0
55.8

$12.02
10.76
19.69
12.05
19.52
12.64

$0,220
.226
.253
.215
.275
.226

4 10

54.5

12.17

.223

6 13

1 A t 12% and under 15 cents.
2 Total for 8 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls.
3 A t 17% and under 20 cents.

s1
32

103
1

16
56

3

40 |

2

113 |

109

225 1

G E N E R A L T A B L E S.

431

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
F R E SH -P O R K D E P A R T M E N T — Concluded.
PACK ER S, INSPECTORS, W R A P P E R S, HELPERS, SK IN BTJNDLERS, L ABELER S,
GRADERS, E T C : FEMALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour .

50
52*
42*
32*
20
30
40
45
35
37*
22*
25
55
47l
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
52*
50
55
40
42*
30
32*
37*
45
22*
25
35
47*
27*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
No.

1
2
3
4
5

5
1
1

5

6
7

8
1

5

1
I

LARD AND OLEO OIL DEPARTMENT.
L A B O R E R S : M A LE S.
25
27*
30
and
and
and
under under under
27*
30
32*
cents. cents. cents.

2
2
6
2

32*
35
37*
42*
52*
40
45
50
55
57*
60
and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
- 35
37*
42*
45
52*
40
47*
50
55
57*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

47|

2
1
1

12

4




4 A t 15 and under 17* cents.
6 See notes to details.

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D E P A R T M E N T— Continued.
L A B O R E R S: M ALES— Continued.

Division and establish­
m ent number.

N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

15
5
50

56.9
107.8
53.1
70.0
65.9
51.0
57.0
51.5
57.0
60.0
48.7
55.5
53.1
51.4
50.0
96.0
103.2
59.8
56.1

$12.87
26.95

13.30
1 2 .47
12.79
12.94
23.53
24.93
15.00
14.06

.247
.237
.244
.265
.240
.235
.249
.259
.245
.241
.251
.251

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
earnings. Under
week.

20
22!
and
and
under un d er
cents.
22!
25
cents. cents.
20

Division No. 2.

57
43
42
34

$0.226
.250
.224
.225
.216
.229
.198
.247
.237
.243
.261
.239
.235
.248
.256
.246
.242
.250
.251

T ota l.......................

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o i ..........................
T hree..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N in e _______________
T en ..............................
E leven........................
T w elv e .......................
Thirteen.....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen........................
S ixteen 1 ....................
Seventeen 1 ................
Eighteen....................
Nineteen....................

288

.240

54.9

13.20

.240

2
1

54.5
45.0
47.5
59.0
57.3

13.88

6
10

.255
.225
.232
.275
.259
.250
.238
.270
.278
.234
.205

28.8
62.3
108.6
56.5
40.3

16.20
14.91
21.79
6.91
16.81
30.13
13.27
8.36

.255
.225
.234
.275
.260
.251
.250
.270
.277
.235
.207

31

7

4
1

46

.239

50.6

12.31

.243

31

10

10

12

.203

8.76
10.64
13.14
10.19
10.29
9.04

.204

.2 1 0

64
72

10.76

.2 2 1

56

2

14
8

3
40
7
2
21

13
11

18
8

1 1 .8 6

15.75
14.32
11.52
11.41
12.75
13.52
14.65
1 2 .8 8

$0,226
.250
.223
.225
.217
.226
.2 0 0

2
22

31
31

12

47
8
2
2

2
3
3

36
6
1
12
11

16
32
43

65

2

15

149

2

31

1
2
1

1
1

Division No. 3.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ........ •...................
S ix 1 ............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N in e 1 ..........................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................
T ota l.......................

7
1

15
20
2
2

5

8 6 .8

1 0 .1 0
1 1 .1 1

2

31
1
1

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................

16
30
14
4

.240
.232
.179

21

.2 1 0

42.9
50.8
54.7
43.7
57.4
43.1

T ota l.......................

31
32
33
34
35
36

97

.2 2 0

48.6

.2 1 1

12

.2 1 0

14

.240
.233
.179

2

1
20
10

8

10

36;

41

L e figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
Th'
i A t 15 and under 17! cents.
>At 17! and under 20 cents.
>2 ali 15 and under 17! cents; 1 at 17! and under 20 cents.




433

GEN ERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D E P A R T M E N T— Continued.
LAB ORE R S: MALE S—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37J
45
25
32!
35
40
42J
50
52|
55
57!
30
m
60
47|
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
45
55
37|
52J
57!
27!
32!
40
42!
30
50
60
47J
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
5
1

1
1
.. . J . . . .
1
"

2
3
4
1
1
17

Line
No.

2
1

1
6
52
37
39
31

10

1

i
2

107

1

i
i
i
!
......... 1
..........
......... !..........

1
2
2
1

!

1

......... 1
..........
1
j
i
......... 1
.......... ......... j..........
I
1
i
I

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

......... I..........

2
4

i
2
1

9
18
1
1
2
1
1

4

i
!

!

......... !..........

1
3

19

2

i
i
!

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

2
t
i
!

31
32
33
34
35

!

1
10
2
1

i

14

5 See notes to details.
6 4 at 17^ and under 20 cents.
7 1 at 12§ and under 15 cents; 1 at *17! and under 20 cents.

95121°—19—Bull. 252----- 28




434

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able A ,—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AND OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
LAB O R E R S: M ALES— Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................

16
3
5
41
1
3
2
2

$0.274
.250
.245
.225
.225
.256
.263
.264

51.5
50.0
55.5
47.1
55.5
65.7
61.0
66.5

$14.13
12.50
13.59
10.59
12.50
16.90
15.85
17.50

$0.274
.250
.245
.225
.225
.257
.260
.263

T ota l.......................

73

.241

50.6

12.27

.243

il

20

Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................

5
5
3
12
9
19

.194
.242
.239
.230
.251
.253

50.8
71.2
59.2
42.7
51.8
55.8

9.78
17.65
15.85
9.90
13.39
14.14

.192
.248
.268
.232
.258
.272

i2

3

T ota l.......................

53

.241

53.3

13.06

.245

12

4
3
3
9
3
5
3

.238
.250
.200
.222
.200
.275
.250

58.8
56.2
117.7
71.2
11.7
45.6
40.3

13.93
14.03
23.53
15.85
2.33
12.51
9.07

.237
.250
.200
.222
.200
.275
.250

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22J
20
per
earnings.
and
Under and
week.
20
under under
cents.
25
22J
cents. cents.

Division No. 5,

11

i
19

21
1
1

23

Division No. 6.
9
10
11
12
13
14

1

3

1

12
2
1

5

18

Division No. 7.
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T h ree2........................
F ou r............................
F ive............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................

1
i 1
11

1

1
7

3

T ota l.......................

27

.238

52.4

12.48

.238

i 1

4

7

Grand tota l3....................

947

.231

53.4

12.41

.232

4 29

199

473

M ELTER S (KETTLEM EN, COOKERS, SETTLERS, CLAR IFIER S, SKIMMERS,, T A N K M EN
AN D OLEO M A K E R S): MALES.

Division No. 1.
4
3
2
1
6

.263
.260
.275
.275
.274

57.1
54.7
74.8
45.0
60.3

14.96
14.11
20.55
12.37
16.56

.262
.258
.275
.275
.274

T ota l.......................

22
23
24
25
26

Establishment N o.:
O ne..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................

16

.269

59.3

15.94

.269

2
2

.......

4

1 A t 17i and under 20 cents.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




435

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AND OLEO OIL D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
LABORERS: MALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57*
32*
35
37*
52!
45
55
25
27J
m
40
50
30
60
47|
and anS and and and ana and and and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
60
57*
55
45
35
37*
32*
42*
50
40
27|
52*
30
47*
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
3
1

14
1
1

2
1
2

17

1

1

11

Line
No.

i
1

.. .

j

1
|

2
2

!

1

3
16

3
2

23

5

....

1 ....
.

i

i
!

1

3
3

15
16
17
18
19
20
21

i
|
I
!
' '* !......... 1

1
5
3

-------- ---------

10
'

5

196

45

10
11
12
13
14

4

!
1
......... 1
.......... 1.......... ......... ‘ " I

1

!
I

!
T

M ELTER S (KETTLEM EN, COOKERS, SETTLER S, CLARIFIERS, SKIMMERS, T A N K MEN,
AND OLEO M A K E R S): M ALES.
j
j

2
1
2
1
3

j
!
i
i

j
......... 1
..........

22
23
24
25
28

1
1
!
..........i . .
9
3
!......... 1
..........
3 Total for 57 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
4 See notes to details.
3




436

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPARTM EN T— Continued.

M ELTERS (KE TTLEM EN , COOKERS, SETTLER S, CLAR IFIER S, SKIM M ERS, T A N K MEN,
A N D OLEO M A K E R S): M ALES—Continued.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num­
ber ol
em ­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine...........................
T en .............................
Eleven........................
Tw elve.......................
Thirteen....................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen........................
Sixteen1....................
Seventeen1...............
Eighteen....................
Nineteen....................

2
4
3
1
3
1
1
6
1
3
3
4
2
2
3
6
8
4
9

$0,250
.281
.255
.283
.234
.250
.250
.283
.275
.300
.303
.265
.248
.290
.275
.287
.274
.312
.282

60.5
127.8
64.5
60.0
68.0
62.2
58.5
63.3
46.5
73.5
64.8
61.4
60.0
78.3
70.0
130.3
110.6
67.0
62.9

$15.13
36.05
16.40
17.00
15.93
15.55
14.67
17.92
12.78
22.05
19.57
16.34
14.91
22.70
19.27
37.32
31.07
20.85
17.70

$0,250
.282
.254
.283
.234
.250
.250
.283
.275
.300
.302
.266
.248
.290
.275
.286
.281
.311
.282

T otal.......................

48

.278

64.7

17.94

.277

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
T h ree1........................
F o u r 1.........................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
S even1.......................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................

2
9
2
3
2
5
3
3
1

.308
.311
.278
.288
.275
.310
.294
.247
.275

57.3
62.7
129.8
124.5
60.8
70.4
115.2
71.4
55.0

17.58
19.54
36.02
35.87
16.71
21.85
33.92
17.48
15.15

.307
.312
.278
.288
.275
.310
.295
.245
.275

T otal.......................

Line
No.

22

.297

64.6

19.15

.299

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
20
22J
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
under under
20
22£
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
F our............................

1
3

1

5

Division No. 3.

Division No. 4.

.. . i
j

o
^
2

1

Establishment No.:
One............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F our......... .................
F iv e ............................

2
4
4
2
2

.245
.216
.263
.255
.188

49.5
54.1
68.4
59.5
49.5

12.44
11.75
17.91
15.16
9.08

.251
.217
.262
.255
.183

21

1
1 1

T otal.......................

14

.235

57.6

13.71

.238

21

3

2
1
1
5
1
3
3
1

.258
.300

69.0
68.0
82.0
57.2
57.0
67.5
74.6
70.0

17.88
20.40
21.86
14.12
17.24
18.57
21.17
16.50
16.75
18.00

.259

2

1
2

3

Division No. 5.
Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................
N ine...........................
T en .............................

2
1

.267

.247
.303
.275

.283
.236

.279

.250

60.0
72.0

1

.3do
.267

.247
.302
.275
.284

.236

4

1

.279
.250

20
T otal.......................
66.0
.267
17.65
6
.267
i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




437

GEN ERAL TABLES.

OP HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPARTM EN T— Continued.
M ELTERS (K E TT L EM EN , COOKERS, SETTLER S, CLAR IFIER S, SKIM M ERS, T A N K MEN.
A N D OLEO M A K E R S): MALES— Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of

per hour.

27*
30
42*
32*
52*
35
37*
40
45
50
55
25
57*
60
47£
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
32*
30
35
55
37*
52*
42*
27*
57*
50
40
45
60
47*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

2
1
2

1

Line
No.

2

1

1
1
2

2
1
2
2

2
1

2
1
5
4
1
3

1
3
3

15

15

I
i
i

2

1
1
1
2
3

1

12

1

1
2
2
1
2
1
1

5

1
4

6

1
2
1

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

I
I

!
|

1
i
1

2

i
7

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

j
1
1
j
j
I
1
|

___ !..........
i

1
1

!

3
1

1

7

1

29
30
31
32
33

1

2 i
2
2 ...........
5 1

1

2

1

_____ 1
_____

I
1
!

i

i.........

1
1

l

i

1
3
1
1
1
4

5

2 i
1*
1
1

5 1




2

At 17* and under 20 cents.

I

34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

438

SLA U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .—

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

MELTERS (KETTLEMEN, COOKERS, SETTLERS, CLARIFIERS, SKINNERS, TANK M
EN
,
AND OLEO MAKERS): M
ALES—
Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment No.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F i v e ...................
Seven..........................
E ight..........................

1
3
1
2
2
4
7

$0,375
.291
.327
.245
.311
.302
.311

72.0
53.3
55.0
84.5
56.0
66.0
57.1

$27.00
14.99
18.00
20.71
17.39
19-95
17.91

$0,375
.281
.327
.245
.311
.302
.314

1

T otal.......................

20

.298

61.6

18.57

.301

1

1
2
1
2
1

.250
.300
.300
.213
.300

51.5
66.3
121.0
58.8
52.5

12.85
19.88
36.30
12.53
15.75

.250
.300
.300
.213
.300

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22*
20
per
earnings. Under and
and
week.
20
under under
cents. ' 22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.

Division No. 7.
8
9
10
11
12

Establishment No.:
One....... .....................
T w o ............................
T h ree1........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................

1

1

i

Total.......................

6

.263

59.0

15.57

.264

1

Grand to ta l2. . . .

146

.276

62.9

17.45

.277

4 J

1
22

31
ROLLER M
EN: M
ALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment No.:
One.................... .
T w o ................... .
Three..................
F our....................
F iv e ....................

72.0
83.0
82.5
66.5
73/0

$19.80
22.82
24.75
17.99
18.61

$0,275
.275
.300
.270
.255

.271

73.!

20.08

.272

Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F our...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
S even1..............
E ig h t1...............
N in e..................

.250
.250
.235
.253
.235
.285
.290
.290
.285

63.5
70.0
81.5
42.3
48.0
61.5
125.0
97.0
70.0

15.87
17.50
19.14
10.85
11.28
17.52
36.25
28.13
19.95

.250
.250
.235
.257
.235
.285
.290
.290
.285

T otal..............

.256

59.9

15.37

.257

.260
.300
.270
.250
.250
.250

54.5
55.0
115.0
88.5
45.0
43-5

14.15
16.50
31.05
30.00
11.25
10.90

.260
.300
.270
.339
.250
.250

49.5

13-20

.267

T otal..............

$0,275
.275
.300
.270
.255

Division No. 2.

Division No. 3.
Establishment N o.:
One....................
T w o ...................
T hree1...............
F o u r 1................
F iv e ...................
S ix......................
Total -

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
* Total for 53 establishments with weekly pay-rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




439

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
M ELTERS (KETTLEM EN, COOKERS, SETTLER S, CLARIFIERS, SK IN N E R S, T A N K MEN,
AN D OLEO M AK E R S): MALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37*
57*
42*
45
27*
35
32*
52*
55
25
30
40
50
60
47|
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
45
55
57*
42*
37*
27*
32*
35
60
52*
40
30
47*
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

1
1

2

1
i

2
2

2
2
3

4

4

7

1

I
........1
..........
I
j
I
!

1
_____ 1
_____
!

i

2 1
i
!

1

1

|

j

i

2

1

i
......... 1
..........

1
3

1
32

41

34

Line
N o.

9
10
11
12

i
i
i
i
i
......... 1
..........

10
1 1

1

1

R OLLER M EN: MALES.
!

1
1
i

1

1
1

1

4

1
i
1

13
14
15
16
17

i

j
•
1
1

_____ 1
_____ _____ i_____ _____ 1_____ ■
_____
......... i . . .

1
1
1
1
1
3

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2
!

1

27
28
29
30
31
32

i

1
1
1
1

1

C
O

i




|

!

j

3 At 17* and under 20 cents.

......... |
..........

I

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

440
T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
RO LLER M EN: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

1
1
1

$0.275
.325
.200

54.0
57.5
65.0

$14.85
18. 68
13.00

$0.274
.325
.200

1

Total........................

3

.267

58.8

15.51

.264

1

3

.232

47.5

10.98

.231

1

.298

60.0

17.85

.298

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree1........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................

1
1
1
1
1
1

.300
.325
.225
.275
.275
.225

70.0
61.0
113.0
52.0
42.0
55.5

21.00
19.82
25. 40
14.30
11.55
12.49

.300
.325
.225
.275
.275
.225

Total........................

5

.280

56.1

15. 83

.282

Grand t o ta l2........

31

.266

59.8

15.90

.266

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment number.

1
2
3

Average
earnings Average
hourly
221
per
20
earnings. Under and
week.
and
20
under under
cents.
25
221
cents. cents.

Division No. 4.

Division No. 5.
4

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

3

Division No. 6.
5

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

Division No. 7.
6
7
8
9
10
11

1
*

1
1
1
_______
r

1
8

F IL LE R S: 3 MALES.

Division No. 1.
21
14
33
1
21

$0.225
.242
.208
.300
.235

59.8
59.5
60.8
83.5
64.6

T otal........................

12
13
14
15
16

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................

90

.224

61.5

13.86"

.225

415

5

57.2
66.3
66.6
66.0
52.5
55.3
60.0
49.8
57.6
51. 6
53.6
63.5
133.0
112.6
54.5
64.2

13.69
17.02
14.48
14.85
11.55
14.09
14.70
13.17
15.28
13.42
12.81
16.60
37.73
29.06
14.89
16.57

.239
.257
.214
.225
.220
.255
.245
.264
.265
.260
.239
.261
.284
.258
.273
.258

41

1
5
10
1
3
5
4
4
3
3
7
2
12

.240
. 256
.218
.225
.220
.254
.245
.257
.265
.260
.239
.265
.285
.255
.273
.258

63 1

.249

58.5

14.63

.250 1

42

$13.48 $0.225
.243
14.48
12. 68
.208
.300
25.05
15.17 . .235

10
4 15

10
9

18
21
10

58

Division No. 2.
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Establishm ent N o.:
One............. . ..............
T w o .............................
T h ree..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e .............................
Six................................
Seven...........................
Eigh ...........................
N inet............................
T en ...............................
Eleven.........................
T w elve........................
Thirteen1...................
Fourteen1...................
Fifteen.........................
Sixteen........................
Total........................

4
4

41

1
1
5

2
1
1
5
1
1
3
3
1
1

7

16

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are n o t included in the total.
2 Total for 26 establishm ents with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishm ents w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.




441

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
R OLLER M EN: MALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

27!
25
30
and
and
and
under under under
27!
32!
30
cents. cents. cents.

' 32!
37!
35
40
45
55
57!
50
52!
47!
60
and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
37!
40
57!
45
55
42!
47!
50
52!
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

1
2
3

1
1

Line
N o.

1

4
1

5

1
.........

1
1
1
2
7

1

1

10

3

2 ......... j.......... ...........
1
J
1

6
7
8
9
10
11

.

i
|....

F IL L E R S : 3 M A LE S.

1
4

12
13
14
15
16

1
1

5

1

1
3
1

1

4

1

1
1
4
1
3
2
K

1
2

1

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

1

1

|

9

1
i
2

1

29 J

8

L

1

......... !..........

3 Of tubs, tieroes, pails, cans, barrels, and seeding trucks; including also solderers, crimpers, packers,
and nailers.
* A t 17! and under 20 cents.




442
T a b le

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
F I L L E R S : M A LE S—C ontinued.
N u m b e r w h o re ­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

3
2
3
1
3
2
5
2
2
2
4

$0,257
.260
.225
.250
.283
.273
.243
.275
.321
. 208
.188

54.5
49.8
103.0
52.0
58.0
129.0
96.6
57.5
128.5
54.0
51.0

$13.98
12.93
23.17
13.00
16.44
35.27
23.37
15.82
41.16
11.19
£56

$0.257
.260
.225
.250
.284
.273
.242
.275
.320
.207
.188

31
32

2

17

.241

53.9

13.08

.243

33

2

1

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................

3
6
3
10
11
2

.213
.239
.250
.251
. 175
.250

56.7
49.3
54.8
40.0
59.1
56.3

12.10
11. 78
13.71
10.10
10.37
14.08

.214
.239
.250
.255
. 175
.250

2
2

1
1

Total........................

35

.222

51.2

11.18

.218

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
T en .............................
Eleven........................

1
6
4
2
4
4
2
2
9
3
1

.275
.275
.281
.325
.259
.234
.277
.200
.253
.255
.283

59.8
32.7
63. 0
50.8
55.9
55.3
57.0
55.5
51.4
57.0
58.0

16.43
9.57
17.73
16.49
14.43
13.05
15.74
11.10
13.04
14.53
16.45

.275
.293
.281
.325
.258
.236
.276
.200
.254
.255
.284

Total........................

Line
No.

38

.262

51.8

13.65

.263

2
2
2
5
2
6
9

.235
.250
.243
.275
.284
.283
.273

69.8
60.5
77.5
52.6
55.0
58.7
55.9

16.43
15.13
18.85
14.47
15.59
16.68
15.28

.235
.250
.243
.275
.283
.343
.273

28 1

.270

58.7

15. 78

.269 I

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22*
per
20
earnings. Under and
and
week.
20
under under
cents.
25
22*
cents. cents.

Division No. 3.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Establishment N o.:
T w o ............................
T h ree1........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six2.............................
E ig h t..........................
Nine2..........................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................

3
i
1 1
i...........
!
1

Division No. 412
13
14
15
16
17

4
4 11
4

4 11

6

Division No. 5.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

1
........... 1
............
3
"1 1
^

1 -

31 I........... :!
I

i

i
31

1

5

Division No. 6.
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Total_____________

2
1
1
|
1
!

3

1 Th e figures for this establishment cover a semim onthly pay-roll perioc I and are not included in the total,
2 Th e figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period aiad are not included in the total.




443

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
FIL LE R S: M ALES— Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32|
37i
35
45
52J
55
57£
40
27i
50
25
30
60
and and and and and and and and and and and' and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57^
45
55
35
37i
32*
40
42£
50
52£
60
47*
30
27*
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

47^

Line
No.

3
2
1
1
4

2
1

1

2
1

1
10
11

6

3
3
5

4

1

12
13
14
15
16
17

1

2
13

1

1
2
4

3

3

1

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

2
1
1

1

8
1

1
1
1

11

14

4

2

29
30
31
32
33
34
35

2
1
1
4

5
2
4
5

8

16 1

1
|

1 !




} At 1 7 | and under 20 cents.
* 1 at 15 and under 17| cents; 10 at

17%and

under 20 cents.

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

444
T a b le A . —

AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
FIL L E R S: M ALES— Concluded.

Line
N o.

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three1 .......................
F our............................
F ive............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

4
3
19
2
3
8
4
3

$0.256
.267
.184
.250
.225
.272
.250
.233

63.4
53.0
84.4
77.3
54.8
48.6
42.8
54.0

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
per
20
22i
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
22\
cents.
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 7.
$16.29
14.22
15.84
19.32
12.33
13.27
10. 69
12.62

$0.257
.268
.188
.250
.225
.273
.250
.234

T otal........................

27

.255

53.8

13.71

298

.242

57.0

13.81

.242

7
1

1
1
2
2

1

.255

Grand to ta l3.........

1
2 12

4 32

7

25

96

PUM PERS AN D R EF IN E R S: MALES.

Division No. 1.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................

6
3
1
7
7

$0,260
.283
.275
.256
.281

70.8
78.0
79.5
65.6
73.6

$18.55
22.10
21.85
16.69
20.76

$0.262
.283
.275
.254
.282

4
1

T ota l.......................

24

.269

71.4

19.23

.269

6

Establishm ent No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix ...............................
Seven..........................
Eight
....................
N ine............................
T en..............................
E leven........................
T w e lv e 1 .................
Thirteen1...................
Fourteen....................

1
1
1
6
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
4

.290
.265
.275
.281
.285
.263
.399
.300
.313
. 335
.315
.294
.290
.249

60.0
70.5
55.0
64.8
60.0
55.4
73.5
72.5
64.8
63. 0
60.0
109.5
142.0
60.9

17.40
18.68
15.12
18.16
17.10
14.59
27.52
21.75
20.06
21.10
18.90
32.96
41.14
15.15

.290
.265
.275
.280
.285
.263
.374
.300
.310
.335
.315
.301
.290
.249

1

T o ta l.......................

24

.284

62.4

17.73

.284

1

Establishment No.:
O ne5............................
T w o .............................
Three1........................
F our............................
F iv e 1 ......................
Six...............................

1
4
4
1
1
1

.267
.300
.294
.283
.250
.250

110.0
46.8
120.8
60.0
88.0
71.0

29.25
14.05
35.49
17.00
30.00
17.75

.267
.305
.294
.283
.341
.250

T otal.....................

6

.289

53.0

15.16

.286

1

Division No. 2.

Division No. 3.

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 A t 17J and under 20 cents.
a Total for 57 establishm ents with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishm ents with biweekly p a yrolls and
1establishment with semimonthly pay roll not included.




GEN ERAL TABLES.

445

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AND OLEO OIL D E P A R T M E N T —Continued.
FILLERS: MALES—Concluded.

Num ber w ho received each classified rate of wages per hour.

32!
35
37!
45
52!
30
25
42!
47!
55
57!
40
50
m
60
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
37!
32!
27i
42!
45
57!
52!
55
30
40
60
47!
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
2

Line
No.

2
1

2
1
6

1

2
1
9

8

2

81

52

10

2
PU M PE RS A N D R E F IN E R S : M ALES.

1

4
1

1
1

2
1
1
3

1
1

1

6

7

3

2

10
11
12
13

1
1
3

1
1
1

2

4
i
1

1
1
1
2

1

l

1

2

1
1

10

6

4

1

1

2

1
2

2

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

1

1
2
1
1
1
1

2

2

28
29
30
31
32
33

* See notes to details.
6 The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




446

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

Table A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D O LEO -O IL D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
PUM PERS AN D R E F IN E R S: M ALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classsfied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
p loy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

2
1
2
4

47.3
72.0
53.0
56.8
32.2
82.5

S13.34
18.00
14.56
17.08
7.08
19.73

$0.282
.250
.275
.301
.220
.239

Average
earnings Average
hourly
20
22*
per
earnings. Under and
week.
and
20
under under
cents.
22\
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 4Establishment No.:
One....................., .......
.................
Two
........
F ou r..
F iv e ............................
Six

5
2

SO. 275
.250
.275
.298
.216
.238

T ota l.......................

16

.256

51.6

13. 56

.263

1
1
1
4
1
1

.325
.383
.275
.262
.275
.300

64.8
49.5
59.0
63.1
78.0
79.5

21.04
23.00
16. 23
16.53
21.45
23.85

.325
.465
.275
.262
.275
.300

9

.290

64.8

19.08

.294

Establishment No.:
One..............................
Two
.....................

2
3

.335
.298

59.5
57.3

19.91
17.13

.335
.299

T o t a l .....................

5

.312

58.2

18. 24

.313

1
4
2
1

.275
.288
.288
.300

67.5
52.8
49.0
47.0

18.55
15.25
14.08
14.10

.275
.289
.287
.300

.............

8

.288

52.9

15.23

.288

Grand to ta l2..........

1
2
3
4
5
Q

92

.278

61.4

17.17

.279

1

12

1
1

12

1

2

Division No. 5.
7
g
9
10
11
12

Establishment No.:
One
........
...........
* Tw o
Three
...............
....................
Four
Five
...............
Six
...................
Total

1

1

Division No. 6.
13
14

Division No. 7.
15
16
17
18

Establishment N o-­
One
...
Tw o ........................
Three ........................
F our............................
T otal.

■

x2 i

2

1

9

U T IL IT Y MEN (H A N D Y MEN, S T R A W BOSSES, AND A S S IS T A N T FOREM EN): MALES.

Division No. 1.
19
20
21
22

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F our............................

4
3
2
2

SO. 271
.330
.250
.295

60.0
51.0
62.5
66.0

$16.25
20.33
15. 63
19. 51

SO. 271
.399
.250
.296

T otal.......................

11

.290

59.1

17. 84

.302




i At 17* and under 20 cents.

,

447

GENERAL TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EP A R T M E N T— Continued.
PUM PERS AN D R E F IN E R S: M ALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

52i
27h
32£
35
37F
42|
45
47|
55
57J
25
30
40
50
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
35
55
57*
37J
45
32*
52*
30
40
50
60 over.
42*
m
m
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
1
1
2
2
1
8

|
i
!
1 j

1

2

1

1
2
3
4
5
6

i

1
1

1

1

7
8
9
10
11
12

1

i
1
2

1
1
1

2

2

2

1
1

1

2
2

2

1

1
3
1

1

l

13
14

15
16
17
18

1
1
1

5
27

Line
No.

2

1

24

17

6

3

1

i

i
1

!
!

U T IL IT Y MEN (H A N D Y MEN, S T R A W BOSSES, AND A SS IS T A N T FOREM EN): MALES.

1

3

1
2

1

2
1
3

1

4

3 .

1
1

19
20
21
22

......... 1
..........

2 Total for 38 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 4 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with semimonthly pay roll not included.




SLA U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .— AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

LARD AN D O LEO -O IL D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
MEN (H A N D Y MEN, S T R A W BOSSES, AN D A S S IS T A N T FO REM EN ): M ALES—

Continued.

Iu.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per h o u r .

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
3
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
3
3
4
1

$0,300
.308
.300
.295
.305
.275
.280
.333
.375
.275
.300
.316
.310
.312
.325

60.0
62.8
60.0
56.8
58.0
60.0
61.8
60.3
60.0
60.0
60.0
118.8
73.3
65.9
55.0

$18.00
19.27
18.00
16.73
17.83
16.50
17.28
20.01
22.50
16.50
18.00
37. 52
24. 79
20.35
17.87

$0.300
.307
.300
.304
.307
.275
.280
.332
.375
.275
.300
.316
.338
.309
.325

23

.306

60.9

18.62

.306

1
3
3
1
2
2
2
1
1

.300
.258
.333
.250
.308
.259

.294
.250

60.0
57.0
60. 0
117. 5
123.8
60.0
65.0
104.5
55.0

18.00
14. 72
20.00
29.37
38.00
15. 50
19.50
30. 72
13. 75

.300
.258
.333
.250
.307
.258
.300
.294
.250

12

.287

59.7

17.14

.286

1
4
4

.300
.284
.333

55.5
51.3
59.4

16.65
14. 56
20.28

.300
.284
.342

9

.307

55.3

17.33

.313

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ...... ......................
Three........................
F our..........................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E igh t..........................
N ine............................
Ten ..............................
Eleven........................

2
4
1
3
1
3
3
13
3
11
1

.319
.349
. 308
.300
.425
.276
. 250
. 258
.267
. 253
.367

62.9
56.0
41. 0
65.3
57.5
60.3
55.5
57. 8
45.0
42.0
60.0

19.90
19. 55
18. 50
19. 60
24.44
16.80
13.85
14.98
12.00
10.90
22. 00

. 316
.349
.451
.300
.425
.279
. 250
. 259
.267
.260
.367

T otal.......................

45

.279

53.3

15. 21 1

.2851
...........

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earmngs Average
hourly
per
22\
20
earnings. Under
week.
and
and
20
under
under
25
cents.
22J
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

io
n
12
13
14
15

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N ine............................
T en..............................
Eleven........................
T w e lv e 1.....................
Thirteen i .................
Fourteen....................
Fifteen........................
T ota l.

.............

Division No. 3.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F o u r1..........................
F iv e 1..........................
Six...............................
S e v e n ........................
E ig h t1........................
N ine............................
Total

___

.300

Division No. 4.
25
26
27

Establishment No.:
One..............................
Tw o ........................
Three ........................
Total

.............

Division No. 5.
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

1
1
2
4

figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

449

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
U T IL IT Y MEN (H A N D Y MEN, S T R A W BOSSES, AN D A SS IS T A N T FO REM EN ): M ALES—

Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

37*
25
35
27*
52*
45
32*
55
57*
40
30
50
42*
60
and
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
35
55
45
37*
40
30
52*
42*
50
57*
32*
47*
27*
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

47|

Line
No.

1
2
1
1

1
1
1
1

1
2
2

1

9
10
11
12
13
14
15

1
2
1
1

7

2

2
1
1
1

8

4

2

2

1

1
3

1

1

1

1

1
1

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

2

2
1

2

i
5

1

3

2

2

1

1
1
1

2

1

3

2

1

2
1
1
3

2

2

1

25
26
27

1
1

1
3
7
1
8

5
2

19

8

1

1
1
8

3




2

1

95121°—19—Bull. 252-

-29

•

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

450
T a b le

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD A N D OLEO OIL D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.

U T IL IT Y MEN (H A N D Y MEN, S T R A W BOSSES, A N D A SSIST AN T FO REM EN ): MALES—
Concluded.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
F our............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................

1
1
1
2
5
1

$0,333
.275
.342
.291
.273
.367

53.0
46.0
57.0
60.0
54.8
60.0

$20.00
12.65
19.50
17.48
14.96
22.00

$0.377
.275
.342
.291
.273
.367

1

T otal.......................

lin e
No.

11

.297

55.5

16.72

.301

1

2
1
1
1
1

.338
.275
.300
.275
.275

64.3
62.0
120.0
52.0
47.0

21.65
17.05
36.00
14.30
12.93

.337
.275
.300
.275
.275

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22|
per
20
earnings. Under and
and
week.
20
under under
cents.
25
m
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Division No. 7.
7
8
9
10
11

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.......... .................
Three1........................
Four............................
F ive ............................
T o ta l......................

5

.300

57.9

17.52

.303

Grand total 2 ..........

116

.291

56.6

16.74

.296

5

L A B E L E R S : MALES.

Division No. 1.
12

Establishment N o.:
One..............................

19

$0.115

44.2

$5.08

$0,115

Establishm ent N o .:
One..............................
T w o.............................

1
2

.245
.238

60.0
56.5

14.70
13.56

.245
.240

1
1

T otal.......................

3

.240

57.7

13.94

.242

2

1
5

. 180
.150

118. 5
39.8

21.33
6.08

.180

3 19

Division No. 2.
13
14

Division No. 3.
15
16

Establishment N o.:
O ne1...........................
T w o.............................

41
55

T otal........................

5

.150

39.8

6.08

.152

55

Grand t o ta l«.........

27

.135

44.9

6.25

.139

724

2

PRESSM EN OR W H E E L M E N : MALES.

Division No. 1.
13
7
2
15

$0,327
.232
.275
.253

47.0
52. 8
62.3
59.3

$15. 38
12.24
17.12
15.00

$0.327
.232
.275
.253

1

T otal........................

17
18
19
20

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
F our............................

37

.276

53.9

14.73

.273

1

7

7

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biw eekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 T otal for 47 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.
3 A t 10 and under 12J cents.
i A t I7i and under 20 cents.




G E N E R A L T A B L E S.

451

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u e d .

LAUD AN D OLEO O H D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
U T IL IT Y MEN (H A N D Y MEN, S T R A W BOSSES, A N D A SSISTA N T FO REM EN ): M ALES—

Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

57!
50
25
52!
55
35
37!
40
32|
45
30
42!
60
*1 and and and and and and and S
and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57!
27|
45
60
52!
37!
40
35
50
42!
32!
47!
30
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
1
1
4

1

4

2

1
3

1

1

1

1

1

1

15

6

7
8
9
10
11

i
1
1
3
34

26

25

Line
N o.

2

1

2

L A B E L E R S: MALES.

12
14

2
1

14

3

17
18
19
20

12

fi 1 at 12^ and under 15 cents; 3 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17i and under 20 cents,
s Totals for 4 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay rolls not
included.

1See notes to details.




452

SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
PRESSMEN OR WHEELMEN: MALES—Concluded.

NumLine
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

employees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
22i
20
per
earnings.
and
week.
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
22£
cents. cents.

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
Eight1.........................
Nine i ..........................
T en ..............................
Eleven........................

6
2
5
6
3
4
5
3
9
2
9

$0.255
.220
.254
.250
.260
.250
.255
.250
.255
.315
.252

59.9
57.3
57.1
59.3
41.8
43.0
48.5
110.0
114.1
73.3
51.0

$15.35
12.59
14.50
14.83
10.88
10.75
12.43
27.50
29.05
23.07
12.85

$0.259
.220
.254
.250
.260
.250
.256
.250
.255
.315
.252

T otal.......................

42

.255

53.8

13.77

.256

2

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o.............................
Three1......................
Four............................

2
8
1
2

.270
.269
.262
.219

55.0
52.4
106.0
53.5

14.70
13. 95
27.82
11.70

.270
.266
.262
.219

1

1

Total........................

12

.261

53.0

13.70

.258

1

1

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o...........................
Three..........................
Four............................
F ive ............................

1
5
8
7
1

.200
.200
.239
.230
.225

63.5
57. 6
57.9
42.7
52.5

12.70
11. 52
13.83
9. 75
11.80

.200
.200
.239
.228
.225

1
5
1

6
6
1

T otal.......................

22

.225

53.0

11.86

.224

7

13

1
6

.267
.228

58.5
54.9

15.60
12.54

.267
.228

1

4

7

.234

55.4

12.98

.234

1

4

7
2
13
1
2
3

.234
.250
.225
.275
.275
.278

66.5
55.8
34.6
55.0
55.0
62.0

15.60
13.94
7.78
15.13
15.13
17.32

.235
.250
.225
.275
.275
.279

28

.240

49.2

11.98

.244

3
3
2

.250
.233
.275

52.3
52.2
50.0

13.58
12.20
13.75

.260
.234
.275

3
2

3

Division No. S.

Division No. 4.

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o.............................
T otal......................

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o...........................
Three........................
F our..........................
F iv e...................
Six.............................
T otal....................

7
13

20

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o..............
Three..........................
T o t a l .....................

8

.250

51.7

13.11

.254

Grand to ta l2..........

156

.252

52.8

13. 33

.253 ........... j

1
1
13

i The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




48

453

GENERAL, TABLES.

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEX, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
PRESSMEN OR WHEELMEN: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27*
35
371
32*
52*
30
42*
40
45
50
55
57*
60
47|
and
and
and and
and and and and and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
35
30
32$
45
55
57*
37*
40
42*
47*
52*
50
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
5
6
3
4
4
3
9

1

1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

1
......... 1
..........
1

1
2

9
32

2

3

1
4
1

1
2

2

5

3

Line
No.

2

12
13
14
15

16
17
18
19
20

2

2

21
22

1
1
2

23
24
25
26
27
28

2
i
2
2
4

1
3

1

29
31
31

3
2
2
5

2

64

13

1
6

12

..........I..........
1

I
1

? Total for 32 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 3 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

454
T able

A*—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
LARD A N D OLEO OIL D EPAR TM EN T— Concluded.
CAN W ASH ER S, T U B MITERS, FILLER S, AND L A B E L E R S : FEM ALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

6
13
19

$0.150
.150
.150

54.8
52.8
54.5

$8.23
7.93
8.17

$0.150
.150
.150

6
13
19

38

.150

54.0

8.10

.150

38

5
2
5
5
2
3

.140
.175
.175
.175
.165
.193

63.2
39.5
75.6
53.6
55.0
40.3

8.85
6.91
13.22
9.38
9.08
7.80

.140
.175
.175
.175
.165
.193

i5

Four
.....................
Five
.....................
S ix...............................
Total........................

17

.167

52.6

8.62

.164

15

Establishment N o.:
One............... .............
T w o .............................
Three
.....................
Four.
...............

3
4
1
2

.173
.159
.125
.175

28.7
49.5
39.0
45.0

5.05
7.88
4.90
7.88

.176
.159
.125
.175

i 1
i 1

Total........................

Line
No.

10

.163

41.3

6.73

.163

i2

4

2
3
6
1

.150
.155
.171
.175

42.0
35.2
41.0
64.0

6.43
5.50
7.03
11.20

.153
.156
.171
.175

i 1

1
3
5

12

.164

41.6

6.89

.166

U

9

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings hourly
per
15
17*
earnings. Under and
week.
and
under under
15
cents.
20
17*
cents. cents.

Division, No. 1.
Establishment No.:
One..............................
T w o .............................
Three..........................
T

o

t a

l ___

Division No. 2.
Establishment N o.:
Two

.....................

2
5
5
2
9

Division No. S.
2
2

1
1
2
4

Division No. 4.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
F ou r............................
Total

Division No. £.
Establishment N o .:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

7
5
1

.200
.150
.167

53.5
53.6
54.0

10.70
8.04
9.00

.200
.150
.167

5
1

T ota l.......................

13

.178

53.6

9.55

.178

6

3
2
3

.185
.200
.180

40.2
36.0
48.0

7.44
7.20
8.64

.185
.200
.194

.187

42.1

7.83

.186

.163

49.9 j
1

8.07 '

.162

1
1

Division No. 7.
Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w a ............................
Three.......... , ...........
T ota l.......................

8

Grand totals..........

98

.

3
3

i8

........... i1
57 |

6
20

i At 12* and under 15 cents.
* The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




G EN ERAL TABLES

455

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
LARD AN D OLEO OIL D E P A R T M E N T — Concluded.
CAN W A SH E R S, TUB LINERS, FILLER S, AN D L AB E L ER S: FEMALES.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

42!
32|
50
52!
40
47!
30
37!
35
45
20
25
m
55
and
and and and and and and and and and and and and cents
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
52!
42!
50
30
32!
35
37!
40
45
47!
27!
55 over.
25
m
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

1
2
3

2

1

2

4
5
6
7
8
9

1

10
11
12
13

•
14
15
16
17

1
1

7

18
19
20

7

21
22
23

2
2
12

1 i

i
i

i

......... I..........

3Total for 22 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
included.




SL A U G H T E R IN G AN D M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAU SAG E D E P A R T M E N T.
TRUCKERS AND FORKERS: MALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o .:
One..........................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

51
24
4

$0.223
.225
.183

53.3
45.2
38.6

$11.92
10.17
7. 04

$0.224
.225
.182

i2

Total........................

79

.222

50.1

11.14

.222

12

Six...............................
S even 2........................
E ig h t2........................
N in e............................

5
3
6
1
13
4
8
39
6

.229
.250
.213
.250
.235
.250
.253
.242
.250

55.1
107.0
60.1
57.0
52.3
60.6
63.8
102.0
54.2

12.65
26. 75
12. 76
14.25
12.29
15.16
16. 24
24.82
13.54

.230
.250
.212
.250
.235
.250
.254
.243
.250 i

Total........................

35

.235

55.4

13.02

.235

1
51.5
.225
1 w o .......................■
57.0
.240
T
59.0
3
.225
78.2
6
.250
5
.250
119.1
1
60.8
.233
2
.238
46.9
119.8
7
.265
1
19.5
.213

11.60
13. 68
15.25
19.54
29.99
14.17
10. 64
31. 82
4.15

.225
.240
.225
.250
.252
.233
.227
.266
.213

1

9

.240

51.1

12.29

.241

2

Establishment No.:
One ..........................
T w o ............................

1
10

.250
.235

55.0
51.3

13. 75
12.04

.250
.235

10

T otal.......................

11

.236

51.6

12.19

.236

10

Establishment No.:
One
....
...................
Two

3
2

.260
.250

43.3
46.5

11.37
11.63

.262
.250

T otal.......................

5

.256

44.6

11.47

.257

2
2
1
1
1

.250
.238
.275
.250
.248

60.0
57.0
10.0
45.5
62.0

15.00
13.53
2. 75
11.45
15.35

.250
.237
.275
.252
.248

....

7

.250

50.2

12.37

Grand to ta l4..........

iu,

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

146

.230

51.4

11. 81

.246 _______
.230
2

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
22*
20
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
mider under
cents.
22b
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 1.
1

2
3

22

28
24

22

52

5

1

Division Na.
Establishment No.:
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

T w o2..........................
F our............................

r
.

13
32

2

1

5

19

Division No. 3.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Establishment No.:
O n e ............................
_
_
Three..........................
F o u r2..........................
F iv e 2..........................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t2........................
N in e............................
Total

...................

.

1
1

1

1

3

Division No.
22
23

Division No. 6.
24
25

Division No. 7.
26
27
28
29
30

Establishment N o.:
One
. ...........
Two
....................
Three
Four
....................
Five
......................
Total

1
1
2
29

86~

i 1 i 10 and under 12£ cents; 1 at 12£- and under 15 cents.
2 T1 figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
» 1 £ 15 and under 17£ cents; 1 at 17i and under 20 cents.




GEN ERAL TABLES.

457

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE D EPARTM ENT.
T R U C K E R S AN D FO R K E R S: MALES.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

371
321
35
421
45
40
521
55
25
271
30
50
571
60
47|
and and and and and and and
and and and and and
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
45
371
471
55
50
521
35
40
421
321
571
271
30
60
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

Line
N o.

1
2
3

1
2
3

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

3
1
4
8
34
6
11

13
2
6
5

14
15
16
17
18
19

1

1

20
21

7
2

2

1

i

22
23

1

1

2
2
4

24
25

1
1

26
27
28
29
30

2
1
1
1
4

1

25

4

=

=

=

=

=

=

• =

=

=

=

.....

* Total for 24 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not,
included.




458

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AVERAGE

RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAUSAGE D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.

CU T T ER S (CHOPPERS, GR IN DER S, M IX E R S , CURERS, F EED ER S, AN D M ACHINE
T E N D E R S ): M ALES.

Division and establish­
ment num ber.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy*

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

10.246
.254
.292
. 260
.295
.272

58.5
61.3
49.8
58.1
57.0
56.0

$14.34
15.61
14.70
14.94
16.81
15.20

$0.245
.255
.295
.257
.295
.272

.262

57.6

15.00

.260

.306
.290
.249
.290
,332
.292
.275
.300
.300
.303
.270
.267
.275
.288
.264
.276
.272
.290
.251

58.8
111.8
61.9
53.8
57.0
55.3
55.2
56.9
58.0
52.2
51.3
56.3
69.0
57.0
37.1
104.9
125.9
66.8
59.8

17.86
32.46
15.41
15. 71
18.13
16.10
15.22
17.05
17.40
16.24
13.89
15.03
18.95
16.38
10.14
28.99
34.29
19.22
14. 98

.304
.290
.249
.292
.318
.291
.276
.300
.300
.311
.271
.267
.275
.287
.273
.276
.272
.288
.251

.280

56.5

15.82

.290
.253
.176
.259
.275
.289
.270
.289
.275
.297
.325
.276
.265
.258

57.0
61.7
64.9
55.3
72.3
54.8
125.5
105.3
62.5
50.2
63.5
112.2
72.2
58.0

16.55
15.67
12.55
14.30
19.88
16.13
34.00
30.58
17.19
14.98
20.64
31.06
19.11
14. 98

.290
.254
.193
.258
.275
.294
.271
.291
.275
.299
.325
.277
.265
.258

.271

57.7

15.89

.276

Average Average
earnings
hourly
22*
20
per
earnings.
and
week.
Under and
20
under under
cents.
25
22%
cents. cents.

Division No. 1
.

Establishment N o. 1:
One..........................
T w o .........................
Three......................
Four........................
F iv e ........................
S ix ...........................
Total..

77

Division No. 2.
Establishment No.:
O n e......................
Tw o 1...................
Three...................
Four.....................
F ive .....................
S ix .......................
Sevfcn...................
E ight...................
N ine....................
Ten......................
Eleven.................
T w elve................
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............
Fifteen.................
Sixteen1.............
Seventeen1.........
Eighteen.............
Nineteen.............
Total................

58

Division No. 3.
Establishment No.:
One......................
T w o .....................
Three 2.................
Four....................
F iv e .....................
Six........................
S even1................
E ig h t1.................
N in e....................
Ten ......................
E leven.................
Tw elve1...............
Thirteen.............
Fourteen.............
T otal..

38

33

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 The figures for this establishment cover a semim onthly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

459

O F H O U R S W O R K E D A N D A V E R A G E E A R N IN G S P E R W E E K , A V E R A G E
B Y D I V I S I O N S A N D E S T A B L I S H M E N T S — C o n tin u e d .

SAUSAGE D E P A R T M E N T — C o n t in u e d .
CU T T ER S (CHOPPERS, GR IND ER S, M IX E R S , CURERS, FEED ER S, AN D M ACH IN E
T E N D E R S ): M ALES.

Number who received each specified rate of wages per hour.

45
52*
55
57*
42*
50
37*
40
35
25
30
32*
60
47|
and ana and ana and and and ana and and and and cents
and
and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
47*
57*
55
45
50
52*
35
37*
27*
60 over.
42*
32*
40
30
cents. eents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

3
5

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
1
1
3
1

1
2
4

32

6

7

1
1
5

3

1

12

2

12

1
1
1
1
6

1

2

1

2
1

1
1
1

i

1
1

25

16

5

1

1

1

1

1
1

1

5

1
1
2
2
1
1
2
3
6
3
1

1
1

1
2
2
6
6

5
1
1

2
2
4
1
3
1
1

1

5

1

2
2
1

6
2
2

3

10

13

1
6




2

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

1

1
4

Line
N o.

1

s 1 at 8* and under 10 cents; 2 at 17* and under 20 cents.

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

460

SL A U G H T E R IN G AND M E A T -P A C K IN G IN D U ST R Y .

T a b le

A .— AVER A G E R A TE OF W AGES P E R H O U R , AV ER A G E N U M B ER
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S , j
SAU SAGE D E P A R T M E N T —

Continued.

CU TTERS (CHOPPERS, GRINDERS, M IX E R S, CURERS, FEE D E R S, AN D M ACH IN E
T E N D E R S ): MALES—Concluded.

Line
N o.

D ivision and establish­
ment number.

Num ­
ber of
employ-

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

$0.245
.250
.262
.339
.244
.192

60.0
53.3
66.3
46.6
57.5
55.3

$14.62
13.35
17.36
13.52
14.06
10. 62

$0,244
.250
.262
.290
.245
.192

.264

55.4

13.85

.250

.350
.356
.365
.363
.275
.236
.250
.288
.283
.269
.350
.364

57.8
38.9
59.7
40.3
53.2
55.2
67.0
61.0
64.6
48.0
47.3

20.22
13.88
21.84
14.76
14.62
13.06
16.75
15.16
17.28
17.28
16.80
18. 37

.350
.357
.366
.367
.275
.237
.250
.287
.283
.267
.350
.38 8

53.9

1G.39

60.0
61.0
51.0
56.8
58.7

20.50
18.13
14.10
15.82
18.50

.342
.297
.276
.279
.315

55.5

16.13

.291

.300
.325
.250
.250
.313
.285
.275
.325

60.5
58.0
121.8
63.0
51.0
47.1
60.5
63.0

18.15
18.90
30.43
15.75
15.93
13.56
16.64
20.48

.300
.326
.250
.250
.312
.288
.275
.325

54.4

16.19

earnings Average
hourly
per
221
20
earnings.
week.
and
Under and
20
under under
25
cents.
22\
cents. cents.

Division No. 4Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F ou r...................
F iv e ...................
Six......................
Total...............

20

Division No. 5.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
Four...................
F ive ...................
Six......................
Seven.................
E igh t.................
N ine...................
Ten.....................
Eleven...............
T w elve..............
T o t a l.............

52.9

Division No. 6.
Establishment N o.:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three.................
F ou r...................
F iv e ...................
T o t a l.............

.342
.297
.275
.278
.316
19

Division No. 7.
E stablishment N o .:
One.....................
T w o ...................
Three 2...............
Four...................
F iv e ...................
S ix ......................
Seven.................
E ig h t.................
T otal..............

14

.296

Grand total 3.

267

.278

15.58

.277

46

i At 17! and under 20 cents.
* The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are hot included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

461

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
CUTTERS (CHOPPERS, GRINDERS, MIXERS, CURERS, FEEDERS, AND MACHINE
TENDERS): MAXES—
^Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

25
27*
32*
35
30
37*
57*
52*
45
55
40
50
60
4 | and and and and
7
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
ana
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under cents
and
27*
30
35
37*
32*
57*
55
45
42*
40
60
52*
47*
50
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. over.

1
1
2

6

1
2

1
1
1

2

1
1

3

1

2
3
2
1

1
1
3
1

7

8
1
0
1
1
1
2
9

3

4
1
2

13
14
15
16
17
18

2
1
3
1

8

5
1

1
3
3

6

7

1
1

4

7

10

1
6

1

1

19

2
0
2
1
2
2

2
2

1

4

2

1

23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

1
1

1

2
1
2

1
1

3
4
5

6

1

1

1

Line
N o.

1
1

1
1
1

3

3

3

3

2

50

55

26

16

13

8

1

1

2

1

1

3 Total for 62 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments with biweekly pay rolls, and 1
establishment with semimonthly pay roll not included.




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
e A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER

EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAUSAGE D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.

m

WORKERS (WASHERS, TURNERS, RE-TURNERS, MEASURERS, CUTTERS,
TIERS, AND FATTERS): MALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o.......................
Three.....................

13
1
24

$0,262
.250
.199

60.4
52.0
61.0

$15.42
13.00
12.53

$0,255
.250
.205

5

2

i6

16

2

T o ta l..................

38

.222

60.5

13.53

.223

i6

21

4

Establishment N o.:
One * ......................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................
S ix .........................
S even2..................
E ig h t 2...................
N in e.......................

3
4
1
1
1
2
2
14
1

.275
.238
.235
.250
.235
.225
.250
.237
.250

91.0
47.6
51.0
8 .5
52. 5
53.3
129.0
104.3
42.5

25.02
11.69
12.00
2.12
12.33
11. 98
32.25
24. 67
10.62

.275
.246
.235
.250
.235
.225
.250
.237
.250

T o ta l.................

10

. 237

45.1

10.78

Establishment N o.:
O n e........................
T w o .......................
Th ree2..................
Four......................
F ive.......................
S i x 2.......................

13
1
1
3
3
9

.228
.300
.250
.275
.283
.235

55.8
58.0
102. 5
58.7
59.3
101.8

Total.................

20

.247

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................

1
1
1
2
1

T otal..................

1.
U

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Average
earnings Average
hourly
per
20
221
earnings.
week.
Under and
and
20
under under
cents.
22*
25
cents. cents.

D ivision N o . 1.

1
2
3

D ivision N o . 2 .

4
5

6
7
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1
3

7

.239

a2

2

12.75
17.40
25.62
16.52
16.85
25.91

.228
.300
.250
.281
.284
.255

3

9

56.9

14.17

.249

3

9

.210
.250
.386
.213
.200

52.0
42.5
57.0
23.3
55.0

10. 92
10.62
22.03
4.98
11.00

.210
.250
.386
.214
.200

1
1
1

1

6

.245

42.2

10.75

.255

3

1

10
2
1
1
3
3
1
3

.303
.275
.275
.250
.255
.239
.250
.183

50.9
51.8
53.0
57.5
50.8
60.0
44.0
45.8

15.30
14.23
14.58
14.37
12.97
14.33
11.00
8.42

.301
.275
.275
.250
.255
.239
.250
.184

* 1

2

24

.266

51.5

13.69

.266

*1

2

D ivision N o . S.

13
14
15
16
17
18

32

D ivision N o. 4.

19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23

l

D ivision N o . 5.

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e .......................
S ix ..........................
Seven.....................
Eigh t.....................

Total.

1

1
2

4

12£ and under 15 cents.
for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

b figures




GENERAL TABLES.

A

)F HOUES WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERi
\Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT— Continued.
IASING WORKERS (WASHERS, TURNERS, RE-TURNERS, MEASURERS, CUTT]
TIERS, AND FATTERS): MALES.

s,

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

le
55
37*
52*
57*
45
27*
50
32*
35
40
25
30
60
47l
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
ana
and and
and
&
cents
under under under under
under under under under under under under under under under
and
55
45
57*
50
52*
35
60
37*
32*
40
42*
47*
30
27|
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1
2

2

4
1

I

3
2

5

3
3

4

5

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

1

1
1
2
2
1

7

2
_____ I______

6

1

i

1
1
1

13
14
15

1
2

1
1

4

3

16
17
18

7
1

>
.

»

19

1
1

2
0
2
1
2
2

23
1

1

6

2

1

2

1

2
1
1
2
1
1
5

3

6




* One at 12* and under 15 cents; 1 at 17* and under 20 cents.
* A t 15 and under 17* cents.

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

464

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

T a b l e A . — AV E R A G E R A T E OF WAGES P E R H OUR, A V E R A G E NUM BER

E ARN IN GS P E R H O U R , AND CLASSIFIED H O U R L Y R A TES,
SAUSAGE D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
CASING WORKERS (WASHERS, TURNERS, RE-TURNERS, MEASURERS, CUTTERS,
TIERS, AND FATTERS): MALES—Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

Num­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

N um ber w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average Average
hours
Average
worked earnings hourly
per
221
20
per
earnings. Under and
week.
and
week.
20
under under
cents. 22*
25
cents. cents.

Division No. 6.
2
2
2
1
2

$0,259
.279
.265
.320
.138

52.0
59.0
57.0
65. 5
• 67.3

$13.45
16.47
15.04
20.96
9.54

$0.259
.279
.264
.320
.142

12

Total....................

1
2
3
4
5

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two.........................
Three......................
Four........................
Five.........................

9

.244

59.6

14.44

.242

12

1
1
1

.175
.250
.277

60.5
50.0
55.5

10.55
12.50
15.38

.174
.250
.276

a1

Division No. 7.
6
7
8

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two.........................
Three.......................
Total....................

3

.234

55.3

12.81

.232

21

Grand total3........

110

.241

55.3

13.33

.241

4 10

31

20

1

4

1

4

ST U F FE R S: M ALES.
Division No. 1.
7
8
6
2
64
5
39

$0.331
.319
.283
.304
.286
.382
.289

53.2
52.8
44.1
32. 5
53.6
50.1
60.4

$17.49
16.50
12.50
10.69
15. 08
19.12
17. 25

$0.329
.312
.283
.329
.281
.382
.286

Total....................

9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two........................
Three......................
Four........................
Five........................
Six...........................
Seven.......................

131

.295

54.8

15.91

.290

•

Division No. 2.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Establishment No.:
One..........................
Two 5......................
Three......................
Four........................
Five........................
Six...........................
Seven.......................
Eight.......................
Nine........................
Ten..........................
Eleven.....................
Twelve....................
Thirteen..................
Fourteen.................
Fifteen5..................
Sixteen 5..................
Seventeen..............
Eighteen..................

12
8
8
3
3
4
10
2
2
2
3

5

1
2
12
19
4
4

.232
.321
.249
.285
.323
.281
.322
.238
.326
.301
.300
.329
.398
.332
.311
.293
.512
.368

54.8
106.1
56.3
58.5
50.3
53.5
51.0
51.0
48.5
50.8
46.7
41.4
26.5
44.8
102.6
99.4
50.3
39.8

12.53
34.18
14.02
16.63
16.25
15.05
16.44
12.18
15.35
15.25
13.59
14.28
10.55
14.84
31.93
29.16
25.69
14.63

.229
.321
.249
.284
.323
.282
.322
.239
.316
.300
.291
.345
.398
.332
.311
.293
.511
.368

21

4

4
4

1
1
I

I
'

1

9
.305
50.5
15.15
4 1
65
Total....................
21 i
11 at 10 and under 12J cents; 1 at 17J and under 20 cents.
^ * At 17^ and under 20 cents.
* Total for 34 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 5 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




.300

GENERAL, TABLES.

465

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
B Y DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT— Continued.
CASING W O R K E RS (W ASHERS, TU RN ERS, R E -TU R N ER S, MEASURERS, CUTTERS,
T IERS, AN D F A T T E R S ): MALES— Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour. *

35
27i
45
57!
37!
52!
55
32!
25
30
40
47!
50
60
42l
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under
under under under under
and
37!
57i
42!
35
45
55
32!
60
40
30
4 7!
52!
50
27|
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
1
1

Line
N o.

1
2
3
4
5

1
1
1

4

2

1

6
7
8

1
1
1

1

23

10

10

2

1

I
1

3

ST U FF E R S: MALES.

4
1

3
5
42

4
1
1

1

1
3

3
1

31

2
"

6

1
3
1
3
2

1
0
1
1
1
2

1

4

4

1

8
4
6
23

13
14
15

2
1

3

6

1

1

3

3

2

81

1

2

2
1

1
1
i
l

16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2

2
1
1

5
1

1
1

1
3

1
1

2
3

9
16

3
3
2

10

13

3

11

1

3

1

2
6

4

4 See

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

notes to details.
6 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.

95121°—19— Bull. 252-




-30

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT— Continued.
S T U FF E R S: MALES—Continued.
N u m b e r who re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
S i x 1...............................
Seven 1..........................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................
Ten.................................
E le v e n 1........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen.......................

2
2
9
1
13
5
9
1
1
3
6
4
1

$0,290
.300
.275
.300
.304
.309
.334
.283
.300
.275
.248
.239
.275

49.5
62.0
55.5
72.5
50.4
105.1
97.7
60.5
46.5
57.5
105. 5
53.8
57.0

$14.35
18.60
15.17
21.75
15.31
32. 21
31.05
17.14
13.95
15.80
27.55
13.00
15. 70

$0,290
.300
.275
.300
.304
.306
.317
.283
.300
.275
.261
.242
.275

Total..........................

37

.285

54.1

15.41

.285

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...........................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................

1
2
14
5
2
3

.374
.296
.328
.446
.363
.250

47.0
39.5
53. 0
40.9
43. 5
53.7

17.57
11.66
17. 33
14.65
15. 45
13. 43

.373
. 295
.327
.358
.355
.250

Total..........................

27

.343

48.9

15.85

.324

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................
E igh t.............................
N in e...............................
T en.............................
Eleven...........................
Twelve..........................
Thirteen.......................

47
7
5
17
2
2
11
8
6
6
1
3
3

.323
.361
.345
.322
.338
.263
.231
.283
.250
.269
.250
.317
.325

44.4
49.8
41.9
50.9
53.0
57.3
50.3
48.1
49.3
59.5
56.5
39.0
42.0

14. 45
17.92
14. 41
16. 50
17.89
15.03
11.61
13.58
12.31
16.03
14.13
13.85
19.50

.326
.360
.344
.324
.338
.263
.231
.282
.250
.269
.250
.355
.464

1

Total..........................

IO
.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

118

.307

47.6

14.78

.310

2

Establishment N o .:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e ...............................
Six..................................

30
15
7
7
3
4

.269
.264
.287
.257
.320
.250

51.4
54.8
46.0
52.3
61.5
73.3

13.78
14.50
13.32
13.44
19.68
18.66

.268
.265
.293
.257
.320
.255

21

Total..........................

66

.270

53.5

14. 44

.270

21

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
20
22J
per
earnings.
Under and
and
week.
20
under under
cents.
25
22|
cents. cents.

D ivision N o. S.

1
2
3
4
5

6
8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
7

13

2
3
3

D ivision N o . 4.

14
15
16
17
18
19

1
1

2

D ivision N o. 5.

2
0
2
1
2
2

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

1

9
1

10

Division N o. 6 .

33
34
35
36
37
38

1
1

1

1

for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.




GENERAL TABLES.

467

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT— Continued.
S T U FF E R S : MALES—Continued.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

Line
N o.

321
35
371
55
57*
27*
40
52*
25
30
45
50
60
47J
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
57*
27*
35
37*
55
42*
45
52^
60
30
32*
40
47*
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

2
2
1

8
4

1
7

2
1

4
6
1

3
1

1
4
1

1
0
1
1
1
2

2
1

o

13

18

11

6

2

I

2

1
1
1

2
2

1
1

2

14
15
16
17
18
19

1

4

2

1

2
3
4

6

2

1

15
8

1
1
1
6
2
1

4

14
1
1
3
1

2

14
3
4
6
1

2
2

2
0
2
1
2
2

1

1
7
3
1

2
3

12

12

24

25

12
9
1
6

15
3
5
1

1
2
1

j
1

1

4

33
34
35
36
37
38

3
2

1
29 1

28

24 1

9




23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

...........
l i .......... 1

...........I............

2At 1 and under 17* cents.
5

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.

468
T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,

SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT—Continued.
STTXFFERS: MALES—Concluded.
N u m b e r w ho re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

1
2
2
3
1
3
3
3
1

$0,453
.300
.238
.283
.250
.300
.283
.241
.275

49.0
50.5
119.8
60.0
64.0
51.0
47.2
48.8
60.0

$22.20
15.15
28.43
17.00
16.00
15.30
13.43
12.15
16.50

$0.453
.300
.237
.283
.250
.300
.285
.249
.275

Total.......................

17

.288

52.6

15.22

.289

Grand t o t a l2.........

Line
N o.

461

.298

51.7

15.23

.295

Division and establish­
m ent number.

Average Average
earnings
hourly
20
22*
per
earnings.
and
Under and
week.
20
under under
25
cents.
22J
cents. cents.

Division No. 7.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
T h ree1........................
F our............................
F iv e............................
Six...............................
Seven..........................
E ig h t..........................
N in e ............................

1

1
1
32

1
1
30

t

9

LINKERS, TWISTERS, TIERS, AND HANGERS: HALES.
Division No. 1
.

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................

8
2

$0. 241
.263

46.4
61.0

$11.16
16.01

$0. 241
.262

T otal........................

10

.245

49.3

12.13

.246

Establishment N o.:
One1............................
T w o ............................
T hree..........................

17
5
2

.270
.240
.200

98.2
53.4
55.5

26.60
12.82
11.10

.271
.240
.200

41

Total........................

7

.229

54.0

12.33

.228

1

Establishment N o.:
One.............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................
Four............................
F iv e ............................
S ix...............................

10
1
1
4
13
16

.303
.325
.175
.281
.292
.153

41.7
43.5
32.5
53.5
50.7
44.2

12.70
14.14
5.69
15.01
14.74
6. 79

.305
.325
. 175
.280
.291
.154

6 16

T ota l........................

45

.242

46.0

11.27

.245

3 17

Establishment N o.:
One..............................
T w o ............................
Three..........................

16
19
6

.244
.250
.318

50.5
53.3
59.3

12.32
13.33
18.88

.244
.250
.318

3

3

Total........................

41

.258

53.1

13. 75

.259

3

3

2
i
2

Division No. 2.

1
2
2

Division No. 5.

61

Division No. 6.

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
2 Total for 65 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 7 establishments w ith biweekly pay rolls not
included.

a See notes to details.




GENERAL TABLES.

469

OF HOUES WOEKED AND AVEEAGE EAENINGS PEE WEEK, AVEEAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE D EPAR TM EN T— Continued.
STU FFE R S: MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

35
37*
57*
25
42£
45
27*
32*
52*
55
40
30
50
47*
60
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
and
45
35
37*
55
57*
27*
40
52*
60
42*
47*
30
32*
50
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

Line
N o.

1
2
1
1
1

1

1
3

1

1
1
1

1

3

4

5

2

142

83

57

43

1
44

33

2

5

6

1
3 1

1

L IN K E R S , T W IS T E R S , T IE R S , A N D H A N G E R S : M A L E S .

5
1
6

2

6
3

1
0
1
1

1
1

10

1
2

3

1

3
1
2

13
14

1

4

3
2

7

2
1

1

2

2
0

I
8

11

2

3

5

3

1

2

3

1

1

2
1
2
2

10
19
29

15
16
17
18
19

* At 15 and under 17* cents.
6 At 17* and under 20 cents.
6 5 at 12* and under 15 cents; 10 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17* and under 20 cents.




23

SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTEY.

470
T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAUSAGE D EPAR T M EN T— Continued.
LINKERS, TWISTERS, TIERS, AND HANGERS: HALES—
Concluded.

Line
N o.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Establishment N o.:
1
One.................................
$0,250
.182
2
Two i .............................
Three............................
.196
7
Four...............................
.182
7

55.0
15
107.6
62.0
50.7

$13. 75
19.73
12.18
9.06

$0,250
.183
.196
.180

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ­
ploy­
ees.

Average
hourly
earnings.

20
22*
and
ana
Under
under under
20
25
cents.
22*
cents. cents.

D ivision N o. 7.

1
3
4

Total..........................

15

.193

56.3

10.86

.193

Grand to ta l4...........

118

.241

50.5

12.21

.242 I

2 12
32
35

1
4
2

1
1

37

6

1

5 25

13

4

ROPERS (WRAPPERS AND TIERS): HALES.
D ivision N o. 2.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

1

$0,400

60.0

$24.02

$0,400

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
Two 1.............................

1
8

.225
.224

57.0
101.4

12.82
23.68

.225
.234

T otals.....................

5

1

.225

57.0

12.82

.225

1

3

.235

51.5

12.10

.235

3

2

.145

31.5

4.66

.148

D ivision N o. 8 .

6
7

32

1
4

Division No. 4-

8

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
D ivision No. 5 .

9

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

72

Division N o. 6 .

Establishment N o.:
One.................................

3

.283

55.0

15.58

.283

Grand to ta l8 ........

10

10

.247

50.0

12.92

.259

72

4

1 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the totaL
2 2 at 15 and under 17* cents; 10 at 17* and under 20 cents.
3 A t 17* and under 20 cents.
4 Total for 16 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 2 establishments with biweekly pay rolls not
included.




GENERAL TABLES.

471

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT— Continued.
LIN KERS, TW ISTE R S, TIE RS, AND HANGERS: HALES—Concluded.

Num ber who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

45
55
471
52!
57!
27i
32!
35
42!
50
40
30
25
60
and
and
and
and
and
and and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
37|
35
45
57!
47!
50
42!
52|
40
60
30
27!
32!
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

SI

1
1

i
i
i

Line
N o.

1
2
3
4

1

1
42

12

15 1
j

5

|

2

1

1

I
!
.......... !........... 1
...........

ROPERS (WRAPPERS AND TIERS): MALES.

1

5

6
7

...........
2 .............1

8

9

10

3
3

1

* See notes to details.
6 Total for 1 establishment with weekly pay roll only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
included.
1 at 12! and under 15 cents; 1 at 15 and under 17 J cents.
8 Total for 5 establishments w ith weekly pay rolls only; 1 establishment with biweekly pay roll not
included.

7




SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.
,e

A .—AVERAGE RATE OP WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAUSAGE DEPARTMENT— Continued.

>RERS (ROUSTABOUTS, HAM-CYLINDER WASHERS, CLEANERS-UP, HAM PRESS5 HANGERS, COOKS’ HELPERS! SMOKERS* HELPERS, TRUCKERS OF CAGES
,
BIKES): MALES.

M.
U

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em­
ploy­
ees.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
Average
earnings
hourly
per
earnings.
Under
week.

2
0

cents.

2
0

2*
2

and
and
under under
25
cents. cents.

2*
2

D ivision N o . 1.

3
4
5

6
7

301
7
198

T o ta l.................

1
2

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................

577

$ ,2 1
02

12
.2 2

.225
.226

$12.05
11.31
14.46
10.06
13.70
13.61
12.90

.223

59.3

13.21

51.9
114.0
57.8
59.1
57.3
56.3
56.0
60.3
29.4
58.8
46.8
50.9
58.8
47.4
95.4
107.0
49.8
57.3

11.95
27.15
13.01
13.30
12.54

13.85
15.02
7.35
14.31
11.30
12.48
15.85
11.93
24.90
26.63
12. 46
14.33

.230
.238
.225
.225
.219
.215
.247
.249
.250
.243
.241
.245
.270
.252
.281
.249
.250
.250

54. 7

2

54.3
49.6
57.8
40.3
62.0
60.5
57.2

.229
.238
.224
.225
.218
.216
.247
.249
.250
.242
.240
.245
.273
.250
.251
.249
.250
.250

53
13
3

13.07

. 233

46.5
53.8

10.92
11.65
17.08
13.33

.235
.216
.198
.228
.233
. 245
.250
.214
.281
.260
.241
.260

.227
.250
.250

.2 0
2

.228
.250
.250

.2 1
2

37

204

.225

7
196

3
8

322

D ivision N o. 2.

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

2
0
2
1
2
2
23
24
25

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o 4.....................
Three....................
Four......................
F ive.......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e......................
Ten.........................
Eleven...................
Twelve..................
Thirteen...............
Fourteen..............
Fifteen4................
Sixteen4...............
Seventeen............
Eighteen...............
T o ta l.................

1 .1
21

i1
”i'2

1
1

145

D ivision N o . 8 .

25
27
23
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36 ,
37

Establishment N o.:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three 5..................
Four.......................
F iv e.......................
Six..........................
Seven 4.................
Eight.....................
N ine.......................
Ten 4......................
Eleven...................
Twelve..................
Total..

.232
.217
.198
.226
.250
.243
.250
.225
.280
.252
.239
.250
65

36.8
62.4
115.6
62.8
40.0

.245

55.5

8 .1
6

58.5
37.3
56.4

10
2 .8

8.6
8

13.84
30.20
7.85
17.53
30.02
15.11
10. 38

.247

2
2

At L7| and under 20 cents.
' 5 at 15 and under 17* cents; 2 at 17} and under 20 cents,
1See notes to details.
r h >figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
P<




GENERAL, TABLES.
3F HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK. AVER.
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.

SA U SA G E D E P A R T M E N T — Continued.
LABORERS (ROUSTABOUTS, HAM-CYLHSDER WASHERS, CLEANERS-UP, H A M PB
ERS, HANGERS, COOKS’ HELPERS, SMOKERS* HELPERS, TRUCKERS OF C,
OR BIKES): MALES.

s-

ES

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

271 30 32* 35 37* 40 421 45 47* 50 52* 55 57*
25
and ana and and and and and ana and and and and and and
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under
30 32* 35 37* 40 42* 45 47* 50 52* 55 57* 60
m
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

3
2
1
2
8
1

1.
1
1
|
1
i
|
.. .
I
1
I
2
1
" " I ..........
1
_______ 1
_______
1 ..........1...........1.............
..........1...........
I
i
!
_______ 1
.............. 1
_______
i
..........
1
l |[
I
i
..........1...........
1
■ i
**
i
i
i
1
i
!
|
.............i..............
....
I_______ '_______ 1_______
i..........1..............1............ I.........................
i l l !
l
4
1

6

28
25
12
14
64

3

1
6

5
5

1

2
6
2

8

1
1
i

1

15

1

1
1

3

23
24
25

1

1...

i
I

............. ..............
I

1
i

i
I
I

i ...
.............i

‘

'

1

i
I

l
|

i
.............i

I

1

i

I.............

16 !

2
0
2
1
2
2

i

1
1

l

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

.......... 1...........

&The figures for this establishment cover a semimonthly pay-roll period and are not included in
0 At 15 and under 17* cents.




8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

I
i

i
i
i
i

1
ii

1

1 I
1

7

i -

1

i

2

.

1
1

I
!

6

.............|
..............

1
I____
i
i
..........1........... ..........1...........

i
1

1

. i.............
1
.............i..............
.............1
..............
1
.............1
..............
i

..

5
.

3
4
5

I
l
i
i
i

.

n
e

1
2

1
"1 ' '
t
..........I...........
1

2
1
1
2
17
2
5
2
1

1

60
cents
and
over.

al.

SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-PACKING INDUSTRY.

474
T able

A .—AVERAGE RATE OF WAGES PER HOUR, AVERAGE NUMBER
EARNINGS PER HOUR, AND CLASSIFIED HOURLY RATES,
SAUSAGE D EPAR TM EN T — Continued.

LABORERS (ROUSTABOUTS, HAM-CYLINDER WASHERS, CLEANERS-UP, HAM PRESSERS, HANGERS, COOKS’ HELPERS, SMOKERS' HELPERS, TRUCKERS OF CAGES OR
BIKES): MALES— Concluded.

Line
No.

Division and establish­
ment number.

N um ­
ber of
em ploy-

Average
rate o f
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.
Average
hourly
earnings.

Under

2
0

2*
2

and
and
under under
cents.
25
cents. cents.

2
0

2*
2

D ivision N o. 4-

1
2
3
4
5

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four.......................
F ive.......................
Six..........................
T o ta l.................

$ ,2 2
00

$ .2 2
00

.185

50.3
44.9
56.7
52.2
54.8
49.5

$10.18
9 .27
12.90
13.83
10.98
9.26

.219

53.1

11.89

.224

.300
.295
.267
.233
.208
.267

16.50
17.55
13.65
13.42
9.79
15.72
10.18
15.38
8.90

.300
.295
.266
.233

.2 0
0

55.0
59.5
51.3
57.5
46.7
59.0
41.9
64.3
44.5

.229

49.4

11.46

.250
.192
.251
.250
.295
.175

54.5
50.0
58.0
62.8
60.5
67.8

13.63
9.58
15.54
15.69
17.85
12.09

.228

61.7

14.05

.195
.225
.275
.250
.225

122.5
60.0
53.0
44.0

23.87
13.50
14.55
11.03
.45

47.1

11.31

.240

13.01

.229

.205
.227
.235

.2 0
0

70

.206
.227
.265

.2 0
0
.187

38

D ivision N o. 5.

10
11
12
13
14
15

E stablishm ent No.
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Seven.....................
E igh t.....................
N in e.......................

.245
.238

Total..................

.2 0
1
.266
.243
.239

•
6

.2 0
0

D ivision N o. 6 .

16
17
18
19
20
21

Establishment N o .:
One.........................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e .......................
Six..........................
Total.................

19

.250
.192
.251
.250
.295
.178

7
3

D ivision N o. 7.

22
23
24
25
26

Establishment N o .:
O n e8......................
T w o .......................
Three.....................
Four......................
F iv e.......................
T o ta l.................
Grand to ta l9. .




1
0
1,032

2.0

.195
.225
.275
.251
.225

1 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 3 at 17* and under 20 cents.
* A t 15 and under 17* cents.
a 1 at 15 and under 17* cents; 1 at 17* and under 20 cents.
* See notes to details.
6 2 at 12* and under 15 cents; 4 at 17* and under 20 cents.

^2
3

537

GENERAL TABLES.

475

OF HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE EARNINGS PER WEEK, AVERAGE
BY DIVISIONS AND ESTABLISHMENTS—Continued.
SAUSAGE D EPARTM ENT— Continued.
LABORERS (ROUSTABOUTS, HAM-CYLINDER WASHERS, CLEANERS-UP, HAM PRESSERS, HANGERS, COOKS’ HELPERS, SMOKERS’ HELPERS, TRUCKERS OF CAGES OR
BIKES): MALES—Concluded.

Number who received each classified rate of wages per hour.

55
57!
35
37!
45
52!
25
32!
40
42!
50
27!
30
60
an!
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
cents
under under under under under under under under under under under under under under and
55
57!
35
45
52!
60
27!
37!
42!
50
32!
40
47!
30
over.
cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents. cents.

1

1
|

1

......... I.........
1
i

1
2

2
1

---------

1

1
4

1
2
1
7

7

|

1
4

7

8
9
1
0
1
1
1
2

i

1
1

13
14
15
i

5

1

16
17
18
19

I

4
4
1
9

1

2
0
2
1

1
1

!

j

2
1
4
6
111

Line
N o.

1 ...
30

2
2
23
24
25
26

1
1
10

1
1

6 A t 1 7! and under 20 cents.
71 at 10 and under 12! cents; 2 at 17! and under 20 cents.
8 The figures for this establishment cover a biweekly pay-roll period and are not included in the total.
» Total for 56 establishments with weekly pay rolls only; 6 establishments with biweekly pay rolls and
1 establishment with semimonthly pay roll not included.




SLAUGHTERING AND M EAT-PACKIN G INDUSTRY.
iE A . — A V E R A G E R A T E O F W A G E S P E R H O U R , A V E R A G E N U M B E R
E A R N IN G S P E R H O U R , A N D C L A S S IF IE D H O U R L Y R A T E S,
S A U S A G E D E P A R T M E N T —Continued.
COOKERS: HALES.
N u m b e r w h o re­
ceived each classi­
fied rate of wages
per hour.

Average
rate of
wages
per
hour.

Average
hours
worked
per
week.

Average
earnings
per
week.

Average
hourly
earnings.

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three.............................
Four...............................
F iv e...............................
Six..................................
Seven.............................

3
4
2
1
8
1
3

10.255
.253
.263
.250
.249
.257
.280

64.0
66.3
56.0
36.5
61.5
61.5
71.0

$16.40
16.76
14.76
9.12
15.31
15.79
19.85

$0,256
.253
.264
.250
.249
.257
.280

T otal.........................

22

.256

62.4

16.03

.257

8

6
4
3
1
1
3
2

1
1
3
2
2
1
6

72.3
119.6
69.3
68.5
49.0
64.6
46.0
59.8
69.5
39.5
56.2
76.3
127.8
23.5
C .5
O

17.76
38.87
18.03
18.83
26.24
18.30
10.28
16.37
18.07
10.86
14.56
20.93
34.50
6.81
15.33

.216
.325
.260
.275
.536
.283
.223
.274
.260
.275
.259
.274
.270
.290
.253

1

3

.246
.325
.260
.275
.536
.283
.223
.273
.260
.275
.258
.265
.270
.290
.253

31

.268

C .9
O

16.18

.266

Establishment N o.:
One.................................
T w o ...............................
Three ...........................
Four........................
F iv e......