Awards ... First Division, National Railroad Adjustment Board, Volum 131

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Side 461 - Conference Committees and certain of their employees represented by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen, the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and the Switchmen's Union of North America.
Side 422 - On runs of over 100 miles overtime will begin when the time on duty exceeds the miles run divided by 12}^ miles per hour.
Side 351 - In all classes of service trainmen's time will commence at the time they are required to report for duty and shall continue until the time they are relieved from duty.
Side 450 - ... payment of single time, in miles or hours, from the time required to report for duty until released from duty at the end of the trip shall be eliminated.
Side 49 - INTERLOCKING— An arrangement of signals and signal appliances so interconnected that their movements must succeed each other in proper sequence and for which interlocking rules are in effect. It may be operated manually or automatically.
Side 397 - Trainmen on other passenger runs shall be paid overtime on a speed basis of 20 miles per hour computed continuously from the time required to report for duty until released at the end of last run. Overtime shall be computed on the basis of actual overtime worked or held for duty, except that when the minimum day is paid for the service performed overtime shall not accrue until the expiration of 7 hours and 30 minutes from time of first reporting for duty.
Side 547 - Except when changing off, where it is the practice to work alternately days and nights for certain periods, working through two shifts to change off, or where exercising seniority rights from one assignment to another, or when extra men are required by schedule rules to be used— (any rules to the contrary to be changed accordingly) —all time worked in excess of eight hours...
Side 374 - In the absence of a showing to the contrary. It will be presumed that the...
Side 341 - ... according to class of engine or other power used. "(b) On runs of 100 miles or less, overtime will begin at the expiration of 8 hours ; on runs of over 100 miles overtime will begin when the time on duty exceeds the miles run divided by 12%.
Side 162 - ... fact that payments for overtime are on a speed basis of 20 miles per hour computed continuously from the time required to report for duty until released at the end of the last run. It pointed out that for conductors and trainmen the rule is that 150 miles or less shall constitute a day's work and that miles in excess of 150 will be paid for at the mileage rate provided.

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