Contempt of Court in Labor Injunction Cases

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APPENDIX I
DIGEST OF NEW YORK LABOR CONTEMPT CASES
No. of persons
cited
Title of ActionDateCountyClassifi-
cation
Named
Def'ts
OthersNo.
Con-
victed
Am't of
Fine
Length
of
Im-
prison-
ment
Total Liti-
gation
Time
(Days)
Aberon Baking Co. v. Rai-
mist No. 1
1930BronxCivil106$1001'til pd.44
Aberon v. Raimist No. 2 1929BronxCivil100006
Albert v. Austrian 1932N. Y.Civil10000145
Albert v. Cohen 1930N.Y.Civil202250'til pd.233
American Machine Fdry v.
Dixon
1919Kings?------------
Assn. of Dress Mfgrs. v.
Hyman
1927N.Y.Civil29018$10,2502'til pd.231
Bluebird Baking Co. v. Rai-
mist
1929BronxCivil502?0185
Bob v. Goldstein 1919KingsCriminal01125010d.8
Borden v. Sterbinsky 1921KingsCriminal0106015d.49
Bossert v. Dhuy No. 1 1912KingsCriminal20000126
Bossert v. Dhuy No. 2 1915Kings?2400022
Bressler v. Alexanderson 1929KingsCriminal222***?
Cantor v. R. G. & D. C. U.
of G. N. Y.
1927KingsCriminal2+3000039
Ceanel v. Sigman No. 1 1923N.Y.?01--9
Ceanel v. Sigman No. 2 1923N.Y.?010----6
Ceanel v. Sigman No. 3 1923N.Y.?500----6
Christel v. Weisman No. 1 1930BronxCivil12119
Christel v. Weisman No. 2 1930BronxCivil09109
Commercial House & Win-
dow Clean. Co. v. Awerkin
1929N.Y.Criminal02000116
Cortland Hat Co. v. Greene. 1921West-
chester
Criminal62127$100430d.150
Cuneo v. Albin Upholstering
Co.
1931N.Y.Civil101250010
1The union was fined $500.
2Aggregate fines.
3A plus mark after a figure indicates an indeterminable number of
named defendants in the main action who were cited in addition to the
number indicated by the figure.
4This fine assessed upon three unions.
*No decision.
†Motion withdrawn.

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