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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD
(British Columbia)
ANNUAL REPORT
For the Year ended December 31st
1948
VICTORIA,  B.C. :
Printed by Don MoDiarhid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
194!).  To His Honour C. A. Banks,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour :
The Annual Report of the Labour Relations Board (British Columbia) for the year
1948 is herewith respectfully submitted.
GORDON S. WISMER, K.C.,
Minister of Labour.
Office of the Minister of Labour,
January, 19U9. The Honourable Gordon S. Wismer, K.C.,
Minister of Labour.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the First Annual Report on the work of
the Labour Relations Board (British Columbia) for the year ended December 31st, 1948.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. PITCAIRN HOGG, K.C.,
Chairman, Labour Relations Board
(British Columbia).
Victoria, B.C., January, 1949. LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD  (BRITISH COLUMBIA).
Head Office Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Branch Office 570 Seymour Street, Vancouver.
Members of the Board.
J. Pitcairn Hogg, K.C., Chairman Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Lieut.-Col. Macgregor F. Macintosh Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
F. W. Smelts, M.B.E 570 Seymour Street, Vancouver.
George A. Wilkinson Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Harry Strange 570 Seymour Street, Vancouver.
Secretary.
H. W. Maisey (to November 30th, 1948) Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Edward A. Jamieson (December 1st, 1948) 570 Seymour Street, Vancouver.
Chief Executive Officer.
B. H. E. Goult Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Registrar.
N. deW. Lyons Parliament Buildings, Victoria.
Senior Conciliation Officer.
W. Fraser 570 Seymour Street, Vancouver.
Assistant Registrar.
R. G. Clements 570 Seymour Street, Vancouver.  Report of Labour Relations Board (British Columbia)
1     for 1948.
Hon. Gordon S. Wismer, K.C.,
Minister of Labour,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
SIR,—We have the honour to present the First Annual Report of the Labour Relations Board (British Columbia) for the year ended December 31st, 1948.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 55 of the " Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act" (1947, chapter 44; 1948, chapter 31), the Board was appointed by the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council January 13th, 1948.
The Board held its first meeting at Victoria on January 19th, 1948, and during the
year ended December 31st, 1948, has held forty-seven full Board meetings (twenty at
Victoria, twenty-seven at Vancouver) lasting one day and, in many cases, two days.
Members of the Board are in attendance at their offices in Victoria or Vancouver each
business day of the year.
In addition to full Board meetings and in order to further expedite the work of
the Board, it was arranged that there shall be a Vancouver Committee of the Board
(two members) and a Victoria Committee (two members and the chairman). These
committees have held 167 meetings. Six of these meetings were held in Kelowna and
Penticton by the Victoria Committee, while an additional meeting was held by that
committee at Youbou. The Board and committees of the Board have, therefore, held
a total of 214 meetings covering 248 days during the year.
The chairman and members of the Board addressed meetings of the following
organizations: Provincial Convention of the Trades and Labour Congress of Canada
(A.F.L.); British Columbia Federation of Labour (C.I.O.); Victoria and District
Trades and Labour Council (A.F.L.); Vancouver Labour Council (C.I.O.); Vancouver,
New Westminster and District Trades and Labour Council (A.F.L.); Okanagan Trades
and Labour Council (A.F.L.); Canadian Chemical and Explosive Workers' Industrial
Union, Local No. 128, Victoria; Bakery and Confectionery Workers' International
Union of America, Local No. 267; Automotive Maintenance Workers' Federal Union,
Local No. 151, Victoria; Retail Clerks' Union, No. 279, Victoria; Newspaper Guild
Federal Union, Local 219, Victoria; Saanich Municipal Employees' Association, Local
No. 5; British Columbia Cement Workers' Union (United Cement, Lime and Gypsum
Workers' International Union, Local No. 277), Victoria; Federation of Fruit and Vegetable Workers' Unions, Kelowna and Penticton; Penticton Civic Employees' Union;
Kelowna Fire-fighters' Union (British Columbia Provincial Association of Firefighters) ; Provincial Conference of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners
of America; Executive Board of the Bakery and Confectionery Workers' Union, also
regular union meeting of that organization; Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, Local No. 276; City Council, Kelowna; City Council, Penticton; Gyro Club,
Victoria; Free Enterprise Committee of the Vancouver Board of Trade; Executive
Council of the Canadian Manufacturers Association,, Vancouver; fourth-year class in
Commerce at University of British Columbia.
Individual members of the Board have held numerous informal meetings with representatives of both labour and industry where immediate attention appeared a matter
of urgency.
The Board has always kept in mind the objects of the Act, which are the promotion
and maintenance of industrial peace. It has given interested parties every opportunity
to appear before the full Board or its committees.    As a result of this policy, it is W 8 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.
interesting to note that 639 delegations were heard during the period under review.
These delegations were, for the most part, separately representative of both management and employees. Spokesmen for all interested parties were given every opportunity of making representations to the Board.
Because of conferences of this nature, on many occasions arranged by the Board,
numerous strikes have been averted. Friction and misunderstandings which had developed were dissipated, and eventually, by mutual consent of the parties, amicable settlements of the differences were negotiated.
The Board is therefore happy to report that during 1948 there were only seven
strikes in the whole of the Province. This is a record unequalled in the past eight years
and is the second lowest number of industrial disputes ever recorded.
The greatest time-loss was caused by a dispute in the coal-mining industry. This
dispute not only affected British Columbia, but the neighbouring Province of Alberta.
Settlement of this dispute depended in the main upon the findings of an arbitration
board which sat in Alberta.
In one instance intervention of the Board saved the Okanagan fruit-packing industry from a strike at the time when crops were ready for harvest. Thousands of dollars
daily were saved to the producers and the wage-earners as the result of the Board's
mediation.
The Board's efforts along similar lines in the lumber industry in the Interior of
the Province met with the same signal success and prevented immense potential loss.
Additionally, the intervention of the Board at times when conciliation proceedings had
been exhausted averted strikes in the boat-yard, biscuit and confectionery, welding, and
in the wire-fabricating industries.
It is apparent to the Board that there must be reasonable elasticity in dealing with
the many and diverse problems of labour and management. Cases cannot be disposed
of by hard and fast rules. It is the Board's policy that each case be dealt with upon its
individual merits, that full consideration be given to all the circumstances surrounding
that particular case, and that the decision of the Board be rendered accordingly.
During the year the Board dealt with a total of 1,266 cases. There were 864
applications for certification, of which 670 were granted, 126 rejected, and 68 withdrawn ;  109 others were being dealt with at the year's end.
Additionally, there were 33 representative votes conducted, 212 notices of instruction given Conciliation Officers, 90 Conciliation Boards established; 24 prosecutions
instituted, 34 strike votes supervised, 4 grievance procedures instituted, 2 Industrial
Inquiry Commissions established, and 3 referees appointed.
The 212 notices of instructions given Conciliation Officers represent 175 conciliation
cases. Sixty-five of these cases were settled by the Conciliation Officers and 81 were
referred to Conciliation Boards. Nine cases were terminated at the request of the
parties and 20 cases were outstanding at December 31st.
It will be noted that ninety Boards of Conciliation were established. The discrepancy between this figure and the eighty-one cases referred to Conciliation Boards is
explained by the fact that in two cases (in which more than one employer was involved)
five Conciliation Boards were constituted. In another instance two references to a
Conciliation Officer resulted in the appointment of but one Conciliation Board.
In three instances where Conciliation Boards had been recommended, these Boards
had not been constituted at the year's end. Additionally, the proceedings of nine
Boards were unterminated on December 31st.
Of eighty-one reports submitted, thirty-seven were unanimous. In six instances
it was reported by the chairman on behalf of the Board that a collective agreement had
been signed, while in seven other cases the Boards were made arbitral tribunals by the REPORT OF LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD. W 9
mutual consent of the parties* and the awards thus made were conclusive and binding.
An analysis of disputes before Conciliation Boards by predominant causes will be found
following Table III.
Summaries of (I) Cases dealt with, (II) Conciliation, (III) Boards of Conciliation,
(IV) Industrial Disputes, (V) Comparison of Time lost yearly by Industrial Disputes,
(VI) Time-loss by Industry, and Prosecutions follow.
Table I.—Summary of Cases dealt with.
Number of applications dealt with  864
Certifications granted  670
Applications—
Rejected  126
Withdrawn      68
Representative votes conducted  33
Conciliation Officers appointed  212
Conciliation Boards established .'..— 90
Prosecutions instituted by Department  24
Grievance procedures provided  4
Strike votes supervised  34
Industrial Inquiry Commissions  2
Referee appointments   3
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* See section 25 (1) of the " Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act," 1947, as amended. W 10
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Unanimous   report.     The   Board   recommended
wage increase of 2% cents per hour.
Unanimous report. The Board recommended
that the Master Bakers' agreement be
adopted by the parties to this dispute, effective January 3, 1948.
Unanimous report. The Board recommended
a wage-scale to be incorporated in an agreement  to be  signed  by the  parties.
Unanimous report. The Board recommended
wage increases and adjustments to become
part of existing agreement, and a grievance
procedure  to  be  included  therein.
Majority report of the Board, employer's nominee dissenting. The Board recommended
wage increases for certain classifications
and a union shop.
Agreement reached between the parties before
meetings of the Board.
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retroactive   wage   increase   to   and   including
January  1,  1948.
Unanimous report. The Board made recommendations with respect to union security,
weekly guarantee, wage schedule, and job
classifications.
Majority report of the Board, employees' nominee dissenting. The Board recommended
that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers accept the same agreement
as negotiated by the Pulp, Sulphite and
Paper Mill Workers, but that they be
allowed to participate in future negotiations
between the Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill
Workers' Union and this employer.
Board
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(3) Wage schedule
(4) Job classifications
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J. D. Ross (E.)
E. S. H. Winn (C.)	
M. Bruce (L.)
J. Keen (E.)
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A. Gordon (L.)
S. Farr (E.)
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R. K. Gervin (L.)
C. I. Cameron (E.)
F. M. Clament (C.)	
C. I. Cameron (L.)
A. Leighton (E.)
J. E. Eades (C.)	
M. S. Kennedy (L.)
G. S. Miller (E.)
E. S. H. Winn  (C.)	
Alex Gordon (L.)
S. G. Collier (E.)
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Montreal Bakery, Vancouver, and Bakery and Confectionery Workers' Union,
Local No. 468
General Construction Co., Ltd., Vancouver, and Amalgamated Building
and Construction Workers of Canada,
Local No.  1
B.C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Vancouver and Victoria, and International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,
Locals 213 and 230
Mount Pleasant Undertaking Co., Vancouver, and Embalmers and Undertakers Assistants' Union, Local No.
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Nanaimo Hospital, Nanaimo, and Registered  Nurses'  Association  of B.C.
Pemberton Realty Corporation, Ltd., for
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Building, Vancouver, and Building
Service Employees Union,  No. 244
Vancouver Motor Dealers' Association
Labour Relations Committee and Vancouver Auto Workers' Lodge, No. 1857
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Unanimous report. The Board recommended
a wage schedule to become part of an agreement between the parties.
This was an arbitral tribunal pursuant to section 25 (1) of the Act. The Board awarded
15 cents per hour increase across the board
retroactive to January 1, 1948, and prescribed a grievance procedure to be included
in the agreement.
This was an arbitral tribunal pursuant to section 25 (1) of the Act. The Board awarded
15 cents per hour across-the-board increase
to outside employees and a proportionate
increase to inside employees paid on a
weekly basis, both retroactive until January
1, 1948.
Majority report of the Board, employer's nominee dissenting. The Board recommended a
union shop and a scale of minimum wages
to be retroactive until March  6,  1948.
The chairman of the Board reported that a
collective agreement had been entered into
between the parties, dated July 24, 1948.
Majority report of the Board, employer's nominee dissenting. The Board recommended
continuance of the 1947 form of agreement
with a 121/^-per-cent. increase in wages across
the board to all classifications.
Majority report of the Board, employer's nominee dissenting. The Board recommended 10
cents per hour increase for all employees
and that the local union be granted a union
shop.
Unanimous report of the Board recommending
equal division of the Government subsidy
between the company and the employees up
to the amount of their requested wage increase. The Board also recommended adoption of an incentive bonus system as soon as
production warranted it.
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E. S. H. Winn (C.)	
W. J. Scribbens (L.)
A. S. Duncan (E.)
E. S.H.Winn (C.)	
Mrs. Burgoyne (L.)
J. A. Clarke (E.)
G. Johnston (L.)
F. Hunter (E.)
E. S. Farr (C).  	
F. V. Valair (L.)
W. E. Adams (E.)
J. Archibald (C.)	
S. Guthrie (L.)
R.M.Blair (E.)
F. M. Clement (C.)
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Corporation of the District of Burnaby
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The Corporation of the District of Burnaby  and  Burnaby   Civic  Employees'
Union, Local No. 23
F.   W.   Woolworth   Co.,   Ltd.,   Victoria,
and  Retail  Clerks'   Union,   Local  No.
279
Disher Specialities, Vancouver, and Bakery and Confectionery Workers' International  Union,   Local  No.  468
Industry Labour Negotiating Committee, representing twenty-six packinghouses in the Okanagan Valley, and
Federation of Fruit and Vegetable
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Cariboo Gold Quartz Mining Co., Ltd.,
Wells, and Wells Miners* Union, No.
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W 33
Analysis of Disputes before Conciliation Boards by Predominant Cause.
Wages   74
Union security  31
Statutory holidays with pay  13
All terms of agreement  12
Hours of work ___!  10
Shift differentials     9
Retroactive date of wage increases     7
Annual holidays     7
Job classifications, terms of agreement, rate increase to contract
workers, use of employees' cars, employment of spare drivers,
differentials, M.S.A. and hospital insurance, grievance procedure, piece-work rates, show-up guarantee, tool insurance,
cost-of-living bonus, premium rates, payment for meals     1
Table IV.—Summary of Disputes.
Industry or
Occupation.
Particulars.
Number of
Employers
affected.
Number of
Employees
affected.
Time-loss
in
Man-days.
Summary of Disputes in Progress prior to
January 1st, 19AS.
Iron  and  steel  work
Commenced August 21, 1947;  for a new agreement pro
1
183
3,843*
ers, Vancouver
viding for increased wages,  additional union security,
and   other   changes;    terminated   February   2,   1948;
.  negotiations ;   compromise
Bakery-workers, Van
Commenced  December  8,   1947;   for implementation  of
1
20
120*
couver
award  of  Conciliation  Board  providing for increased
wages   and   other   changes   in   new   agreement  under
negotiation;  terminated January 10;  return of workers pending further negotiations
Summary of Disputes commencing in 19^8.
Coal-miners, Fernie,
Commenced January 13 ; for a new agreement providing
3
2,087
90,128
Michel, Princeton,
for increased wages and other changes ;  work resumed
Nanaimo, and Cum
at Fernie and Michel February 19, at Princeton Feb
berland
ruary 26 ;   at Nanaimo and Cumberland April 6 ;   following a compromise settlement
Loggers, Carter Bay....
Commenced  February  17;   protesting  increase in  rates
for board from $1.50 per day to $2 ;  terminated March
29 ;   return  of workers  pending reference to arbitration ; indefinite
1
70
2,200
Loggers, Port Hardy...
Commenced March 15 ;   protesting increase in rates for
board from $1.50 per day to $2; terminated March 19 ;
return  of  workers  pending reference to  arbitration;
indefinite
1
160
800
Gold-miners, Tulse-
Commenced   May   1 ;   protesting   increased  board  rates;
1
170
340
quah
terminated May 2 ;  return of workers pending conciliation ; indefinite
Electricians, Victoria-
Commenced  October  25,   involving six  contractors;   extended to eight additional contractors on November 25 ;
for increased wages ;   unterminated as of December 31
14
65
2,459
Loggers, Iron River....
Commenced November 15 ;   protesting dismissal of three
fallers for incompetency;  terminated December 9;  return of workers pending arbitration
1
55
1,045
Carpenters, Victoria....
Commenced December 6 ; for increased wages; return of
workers December 23 ; mediation ; in favour of workers
39
389
50,057
62
3,199
150,992
* Indicates time-loss in man-days during 19 W 34
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR.
A lockout, or an industrial condition that is undeniably a lockout, is rarely encountered, and strikes and lockouts are therefore recorded together in these statistical tables.
The term " dispute " refers to either a strike or a lockout.
The figures shown are inclusive of all disputes which have come to the attention of
the Department. While methods taken to procure this information preclude the possibility of serious omission, revisions are sometimes made in the light of later information.
Estimates of time lost are computed by multiplying the number of days a dispute
lasts by the number of employees directly affected and not replaced. The summaries
include only the record of time lost by workers directly involved.
Table V.—Number of Disputes, Number of Employees affected, and Time lost
in Working-days, 1938-48.
Year.
Number of
Disputes.
Employees
affected.
Time lost in
Working-days.
1938                               	
11
4
1
8
50
43
15
18
21
25
9
837
822
204
1,408
18,804
21,704
6,379
6,810
40,014
6,386
3,199
8,236
1939                   	
13,803
1940                                                           '...
8,510
1941                                             	
7,594
1942                                                                                  	
35,024
1943             j	
75,129
1944       	
4,510
1945            	
69,595
1946	
1,294,202
1947  '.	
153,168
1948	
150,992
Table VI.—Analysis of Disputes by Industries in British Columbia, 1948.
Industry.
Number of
Employers
affected.
Number of
Employees
affected.
Time-loss in
Man-days.
53
3
1
3
1
1
454
285
183
2,087
170
20
52,516
4,045
3,843
90,128
340
-
120
Totals	
62
3,199
150,992 REPORT OF LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD. W 35
Summary of Prosecutions, 1948.
During the year twenty-four charges were laid by the Labour Relations Board
(British Columbia) for offences contrary to the "Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act," 1947, as amended. Of these, four resulted in convictions, two of which were
subsequently appealed and dismissed in County Court. One other charge was dismissed
in Police Court.    Outcome of the remaining charges is undetermined.
Additionally, the Labour Relations Board (British Columbia) gave consent to the
laying of fourteen charges.    Four of these charges were not proceeded with.    Five
charges were dismissed in Police Court.    Five charges have been remanded.
Respectfully submitted.
J. PITCAIRN HOGG,
Chairman.
M. F. MACINTOSH.
F. W. SMELTS.
G. A. WILKINSON.
H. STRANGE.
VICTORIA, B.C. :
I'rlnled by Don MoDiabmid, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1949.
815-149-7109 

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