Special Bulletins, Volume 2, Issue 3

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Page 234 - Provided, that all the work aforementioned shall be given by the parties of the first part to the party of the second part.
Page 236 - ... the said party of the second part the sum of dollars as liquidated damages, it being, however, understood and agreed that the damages which may be sustained by the parties of the first part...
Page 233 - It is further mutually agreed that in case any of the rules or agreements are violated by either of the parties to this agreement, or by any of its members, that then no strike or lockout against any member or members of either of the associations shall be ordered or put into operation without first submitting the grievance or question at issue to the permanent Board of Arbitration. PROCEDURE OF BOARD OF ARBITRATION.
Page 236 - ... would suffer great losses and damages, the amount whereof is incapable of exact ascertainment by computation or otherwise, Now, therefore, it is further agreed by and between the said parties: That in the event of a breach of...
Page 234 - Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York, party of the second part...
Page 234 - It is further mutually agreed that before these rules and agreements go into effect, they must be ratified by the Building Trades Employers' Association. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The Associations named above have caused their proper committees, having full power to sign these presents this 28th day of January, 1908.
Page 233 - ... authorized representative of the association claiming a grievance; and, should the permanent Board of Arbitration fail to agree after three (3) consecutive daily meetings, said permanent Board of Arbitration shall select an umpire, and each side shall make its argument before the umpire, who shall be requested to render a decision within two working (2) days thereafter, and said decision shall be final and binding upon all parties hereto.
Page 236 - That whereas it is understood and agreed by and between the said parties that in the event of a breach of this agreement by the parties of the first part, the said party of the second part would suffer great losses and damages, the amount whereof is incapable of exact ascertainment by computation or otherwise...
Page 233 - BUSINESS AGENT INELIGIBLE AS ARBITRATOR. It is further mutually agreed that the walking delegates or business agents of the Sheet Metal Workers' Union will not be eligible as arbitrators.
Page 232 - Mutual agreements for exclusive employment — minsters and men. — The working agreement of the New York steam fitters provides that master steam fitters shall not employ any journeymen who are not members of the Enterprise Association, and that members of the Enterprise Association shall not work for any master fitter who is not a member of the master fitters' association , unless he signs and agrees to conform to the rules and agreements.

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