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Since January 1, 1916, the Board of Maltsev Joint Stock Company, going 
meeting the needs of the workers, decided, until the end of the military 
time to increase wages by 5% and give out to workers and family members, 
dependent on them, ration of products at cheaper prices. AT 
If there are not enough products in food stores, their 
It was proposed to receive next month, or receive this month 
cash compensation for the difference between the reduced price and the market price60. 
However, this step could not fully satisfy the workers, since did not give 
sufficient guarantees of their food supply. Already January 9 
58 GARF, f.102, OO, op.245, d.167, h. 54, l.8. Report on the political situation and the state of affairs in Oryol 
provinces. 05.01. 1916 
In the same place, d.9, p.54-B, l.14. 59 GARF, f.102, OO, op.245, d.167, h. 54, l.4.Report of the Chief of OGUU. 06.12. 1915 

workers of the Raditsky Carriage Works turned to the administration with 
asking the factory to sell them flour at the pre-war price, 
cereal, meat and salt. In addition, they demanded a 15% increase in salary. AT 
mid-January, the administration granted their request61. March 15 200 
workers of the Znebersk bottle factory Maltsevskogo joint-stock 
societies stopped working, demanding higher wages, and after two 
days back to work on the same conditions62. April 112 went on strike 
a man from the paint shop of the Raditsky Carriage Works, and on 2 May until 
100 workers of the assembly shop and 40 hammermen from the blacksmith shop. They 
put forward economic demands63. 

Ivot glass factory owned by Maltsevsky 
joint-stock company was closed after May 9, 1916 its 
the masters quit their jobs and filed a wage request with the directorate 
boards In the summer-autumn of 1916 at the enterprises of the Maltsevsky Joint-Stock Company 
societies in the Bryansk district had short-term and partial 
strikes at the Chernyatinsk glass factory (twice in July and in September) 
and the Bytoshevsky iron foundry (September, November). Workers demanded 
to ensure the receipt of products from factory shops and increase their salaries. 
Twice the factories stopped because of the strikes of teenage apprentices, 
demanding higher wages. Afterreceiptofworkproducts 
resumed; wageincreasesworkers failed65