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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
RULES AND WAGES
FOR
TRAIN DISPATCHERS
TRAFFIC SUPERVISORS
AGENTS
OPERATORS
ASSISTANT AGENTS
AND
LEVERMEN
EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 1951 IT IS AGREED, BY AND BETWEEN the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company and its employees in the
Classifications designated herein, represented by The
Order of Railroad Telegraphers, as follows:
SCOPE
This Agreement shall govern the employment and compensation of:
Train Dispatchers
Traffic Supervisors
Agents
Operators
Assistant  Agents
and
Levermen
and occupants of any other position listed in the wage
agreement.
PREAMBLE
1. When additional positions are created, compensation will be fixed in conformity with that for positions of the same dlass as shown in this schedule
and currently occupied.
2. When an additional Operator's position is created,
the salary will not be less than the minimum rate
paid an Operator, other than the Agent, in that
office. In the event of an Operator's position, other
than the Agent's, not already having been created in
the office, the provisions of the preceding para^
graph will apply.
3. When a vacancy occurs in any position covered
by this Agreement, the Local Officers of the Company and the Local Chairmen of the District may
by mutual agreement reduce the basic rate of pay
for such position to more clearly conform to
existing conditions and apply the amount of such
reduction to  increase  the basic  rate  of pay  of
V another existing position or positions on the same
division of the District. In such an event the
vacancy will be bulletined at the newly agreed
basic rate.
4. When electrical signal or switch devices are installed and Telegraphers are required to operate
them the work of the office shall, on request of
either party, be reviewed to determine what
adjustment in rate or allowance, if any, would be
justified, having regard to the relative duties and
responsibilities of the Telegraphers concerned. This
will also apply where the responsibilities and services of Telegraphers are materially affected due
to the installation of other electrical equipment.
5. Established positions shall not be discontinued or
abolished and new ones created under different
title covering the same class of work for the purpose of reducing the rate of pay. However, when
positions have been discontinued or abolished and
it becomes necessary to establish positions at the
same points involving duties not reasonably comparable with those of the positions abolished, the
' rates  for  such  positions  shall be  established  in
accordance with Paragraph 1 of this Preamble.
6. A new employee shall be on a six months' period
of probation from date of employment, and if
retained beyond this period will then rank on the
seniority list from the date first employed in a
position covered by this Agreement. In the meantime, unless removed for cause which, in the
opinion of the Company, renders him undesirable
for its service, the employee will be regarded as
coming within the terms of this Agreement.
Article 1
DEFINITION
All employees assigned by proper authority to railway telegraph or telephone service, of any character
or duration, also Station Agents incorporated
within the accompanying schedule of rules and
wages, will be considered as Telegraphers within
the meaning of this Schedule and are so called
herein.
Memorandum of Understanding
In the event of developments in connection with
radio service covering operation of trains, which
would affect the present working conditions of
Telegraphers, the matter will be the subject of
negotiation between the representatives of the
Employees and the Company.
Article 2
SENIORITY
1. (a) The right of promotion and seniority of Telegraphers will extend over each General Superintendent's District and will be governed by merit,
fitness and ability. Where these are sufficient, the
senior Telegrapher will be given preference. A
Telegrapher of not less than two years' service
desiring to transfer from one General Superintendent's District to another will be given a transfer certificate showing his length of service and
the capacities in which he has been employed.
This certificate will not carry with it any seniority
rights but will entitle the holder to the position of
junior extra Telegrapher on the District to which
he is transferring. Transfer certificate will not be
valid unless filed with the General Superintendent
of the District to which transfer is being made
within thirty calendar days from date of issue.
(b) Telegraphers permitted to transfer from one
General District to another because of sickness of
themselves or a member of their immediate family
will be allowed one half of their seniority on the
District to which transferring, upon strict observance of the following conditions. Applications must be submitted jointly to the
Superintendent and the Local Chairman, supported
by three or more Medical Certificates which must
specify beyond reasonable doubt that a transfer
is necessary.
Transfers must be approved by the General Superintendent and the General Chairman of the territory the telegrapher is leaving and to which he is
transferring. Seasonal ailments such as Hay Fever,
etc., will not come within the scope of this rule.
It is understood that special consideration will be
given as regards free transportation of household
goods when transferring under these conditions
but this does not give Telegraphers any right to
claim such free transportation.
2. A Telegrapher on one General Superintendent's
District with not less than five years' seniority
desiring to exchange his position with a Telegrapher
on lanother General Superintendent's District will
be permitted to do so, provided there be not more
than three years' difference in their respective
seniority dates, the senior Telegrapher to take the
junior Telegrapher's seniority standing, and will
not be permitted to transfer to another seniority
District until two years have elapsed.
In the event of a Dispatcher desiring to exchange
his position under the terms of this paragraph, he
ocnay do so only within his own class of service
on the basis of his Dispatcher's seniority, but
carrying one-half of his full seniority as a Telegrapher to the District to which transferred. All
such transfers will be subject to the approval of
the General Superintendents of the Districts concerned and exercise of this privilege will not involve the Company in any additional expense
account travelling time or while the parties concerned are making station transfers or otherwise.
3. When an employee covered by this Agreement is
loaned to another District, he must declare within
one year from the date he last commenced to
work on the District to which loaned, upon which
of the two Districts he elects to continue seniority,
and having so declared, shall relinquish all
seniority rights on the other District immediately.
An employee on loan will accumulate seniority on
his home District but may not exercise seniority
rights on his home District unless mutually agreed
otherwise under exceptional circumstances. However, he may exercise seniority rights on the District
to which loaned on the basis of the seniority date
he establishes on that District.
4. (a) When & telegrapher is offered a position in an
official capacity, and/or in another Department,
by the Company, it is not obligatory upon him to
accept and if he does he forfeits seniority rights
unless an understanding to the contrary is reached
between himself and his Superintendent, and
confirmed through the Local Chairman.
(fo) Telegraphers appointed to Provincial or Federal
government positions shall come within the scope of
this rule if leave of absence is approved by the
Superintendent and concurred in by the Local
Chairman, except that leave of absence shall be
limited to one year unless extended from year to
year by mutual agreement between the Superintendent and the Local Chairman. Telegraphers
granted this protection will not be eligible to
exercise their seniority while so protected.
5. If a Telegrapher receives consent from the Company to leave the service for a period of six months
or less, he may retain his position for that period.
If his leave of absence is extended beyond six
months his position will be bulletined vacant at
once, and he may retain seniority for an additional
six months, after which he loses all rights. This
is not intended to apply to cases of sickness and/or
disability which are, in the opinion of the Superintendent and Local Chairman, bona fide.    Tele- graphers   must   not   exercise   their   seniority   on
vacancies while on such leave of absence.
6. All vacancies and appointments for sixty calendar
days or over will be bulletined immediately by
"23" message over the General Superintendent's
District on which they occur; and when allotted
shall be known as Established Positions. Positions
advertised as temporary will be bulletined as
permanent at the expiration of one year unless
otherwise mutually agreed between the Superintendent and Local Chairman. If it is known
prior to the expiration of one year that the position
will be required permanently, it shall be so bulletined, except in cases of sickness and/or disability.
7. Telegraphers holding established positions in any
office will have the right to do temporary work in
such office, in accordance with their seniority,
without affecting their permanently established
positions and will revert thereto when the temporary work is finished, unless they have been
appointed to another office, provided that established Relief Agents will have preference in relieving
Agents (or Agents working the combined trick of
Agent and Operator), and provided also that the
exercise of privilege under this rule will not
involve the Company in extra expense for overtime or otherwise. When a temporary position is
bulletined in any office, it will not be necessary
for established Telegraphers in such office to apply
for same, but the filling of positions may be rearranged among the Telegraphers in the office according to seniority.
8. Within fifteen calendar days after their appoint-
ocnent, regular Swing Telegraphers may elect as
their headquarters station one of the stations in
which they perform regular swing relief service,
and in such office will have the right to do tern-
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porary work in accordance with their seniority as a
Telegrapher. The headquarters station will not be
changed except in a case of a change in the consist
of the swing position after a choice has been made
or when a vacancy results in another Telegrapher
being assigned to the swing position.
9. When vacancies are bulletined, the bulletins shall
be numbered consecutively each year and shall
state whether permanent or temporary, the rate of
compensation, and whether or not the Company
supplies a dwelling. Applications for vacancies must
be filed within ten calendar days from the date of
bulletin, and date of bulletin must coincide with
date of first transmission on a subdivision.
EXAMPLE: A bulletin transmitted on the first of
the month on a subdivision would expire at
12:00K midnight on the 11th.
NOTE: Any Telegrapher unable to obtain information directly in connection with a dwelling, as
to the number of rooms, basement, furnace, etc.,
may secure such information on request to his
Superintendent.
10. A Telegrapher declining to accept promotion in
any instance does not forfeit his right to the same
or any other position he may be entitled to under
seniority when a vacancy occurs. A Telegrapher
on vacation or sick leave when a vacancy occurs
will not be debarred from claiming position and
receiving the appointment, if entitled to it, provided that such claim is made within fifteen
calendar days from date of vacancy bulletin. Chief
Dispatcher or other Officer will advise Telegraphers'
Local Chairman of all vacancies and of appointments made.
11. Telegraphers applying for a position advertised, if
they so desire, shall cancel their applications, if
necessary by wire, within fifteen calendar days from
the date of the advertising of the vacancy. Should the senior applicant withdraw or not receive the
appointment, the next senior qualified applicant
who has not withdrawn will then be appointed
without (another bulletin being issued advertising
the vacancy. After sudh period of fifteen calendar
days a request to cancel or withdraw his application will not be considered and the position from
which he is transferring will immediately be advertised and he cannot again bid in his former
position until it becomes vacant a second time.
Senior applicant who has not withdrawn within
fifteen calendar days from date of vacancy bulletin
must take the position within thirty calendar days
from date of vacancy bulletin or £o on spare list.
A Telegrapher who has secured a position by bulletin, and who does not withdraw, cannot bid in
his former position until it becomes vacant a
second time.
Once an application for a position advertised has
been withdrawn, the withdrawal cannot be cancelled.
12. Vacancies in the position of Relief Agent will be
advertised over the Superintendent's Division only
and appointments and cancellation of same will be
made in writing. The seniority of a Relief Agent
as such shall date from the date of his last appointment as Relief Agent.
13. When a vacancy occurs, the Superintendent will fill
same by appointing the senior man who, in his
opinion, is entitled to it, but this will not prevent
<any Telegrapher senior to the man so appointed
claiming his right to the position under Paragraph 1 hereof, provided he files his protest within
ten calendar days after the appointment has been
bulletined as above. Should any question arise
as to the senior applicant receiving the appointment to any one of the more important schedule
agencies, an effort will be made by the Company
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Officers and the Local Chairmen of the District to
reach a decision, failing which the latter may refer
the case to the General Chairman to handle
through the usual channels.
14. A vacancy will be filled within thirty calendar days
after date of vacancy bulletin by appointment of
the Telegrapher entitled to it. Such Telegrapher
not placed within thirty calendar days from date of
vacancy bulletin, through no fault of his own, will
thereafter be paid at the rate of the position held
or the position to which transferring^ whichever is
the higher,
15. Telegraphers in the employ will be given preference
in filling vacancies or openings on extensions or
new lines of the General Superintendent's District.
16. When a permanently established Telegrapher is
displaced or his position is abolished, he may
displace, if his seniority entitles him thereto, the
junior permanently established Telegrapher on his
Superintendent's Division, or work spare on his
Superintendent's Division; provided that if unable
to so displace, he may then displace the junior
temporarily established Telegrapher on his Superintendent's Division, or the junior permanently
established Telegrapher or the junior temporarily
established Telegrapher in the order named on
the General Superintendent's District. If unable to
displace on his Superintendent's Division, and does
not wish to displace on the General Superintendent's District, as outlined above, he may then
Work spare on his Superintendent's Division.
17. When a temporarily established Telegrapher is
displaced or his position is abolished, he may displace, if his seniority entitles him thereto, the
junior temporarily established Telegrapher on his
Superintendent's Division, or Y°rk spare on his
Superintendent's Division; provided that if unable
11 to so displace he may displace the junior temporarily established Telegrapher on the General
Superintendent's District.
18. Telegraphers affected by the operation of Paragraphs 16 and 17 of this Article must make application to Chief Dispatchers within five calendar
days from date the position is abolished, or forfeit
rights to displace established Telegraphers, and
Chief Dispatchers will advise Telegraphers affected,
upon such application, to what positions they are
entitled. When two or more regular positions are
abolished on the same day, the employees affected
will exercise displacement rights in order of
seniority.
19. Where on account of reductions in staff, more
than one Telegrapher so affected exercise their
seniority into the same office, the senior of such
men shall have the choice of trick in such office but
shall not have the right to displace a Telegrapher
holding a position in that office which he has obtained under regular appointment by bulletin.
20. Telegraphers out of employment through the
operation of Paragraphs 16, 17 and 18 of this
Article will be given, upon application, a transfer
certificate which will entitle them to preference
in filling new positions or vacancies on other Districts of the System provided they are available
when required.
21. Senior spare men (subject to Paragraph 1 of the
Article) will be kept working in preference to
junior spare men • on their respective Superintendent's Division. A spare Telegrapher out of
work on one Division, at his request may displace
the junior spare Telegrapher who is working on
the District.
22. Ten calendar days' notice shall be given the incumbent before a position which has been established for six months or over is abolished, and
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five calendar days' notice will be given before a
position which has been established for more than
sixty days but less than six months is abolished.
For positions established sixty days or less, no
notice is required. The Telegrapher who last held
same, if in the service and available, will retain
exclusive rights to the position if reopened within
one year. A junior permanent Telegrapher, displaced from an office under the provisions of
Paragraphs 25 and 26 of this Article, if in the
service and available, will retain exclusive right
to return to that office if the abolished position is
reopened within one year and Telegraphers holding permanent assignments in that office will then
have choice of positions according to seniority,
provided that if there is a senior Telegrapher who,
on account of reduction of staff, has been removed
from his regular position, and not yet appointed to
another permanent position, or if the Telegrapher
referred to in the preceding sentence for any
reason does not exercise his right to return to his
former position when reopened, or if a junior
Telegrapher displaced from an office under the
provisions of Paragraphs 25 and 26 of this Article
for any reason does not exercise his right to return
to that office, the re-established position will be
bulletined in the regular manner. This is not
intended to give such Telegrapher protection in
his former position in preference to senior men
who may have been reduced from other positions
and have not been appointed to other permanent
positions,
23. Telegraphers exercising their seniority rights from
one Division to another under the provisions of
Paragraphs 16 to 22 inclusive of this Article will
do so without pavment of wages while in transit
and making transfers.
2f4; In, the event of reductions in staff by the application
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Canadian Pacific Act, 1933, a Dispatcher, Telegrapher, Assistant Agent, or Leverman is
reduced to the spare list of his District promotion
territory, such employee, provided choice is made
within thirty calendar days from date of such reduction, will have the right, seniority being sufficient, to displace the junior permanently established Dispatcher, Telegrapher, Assistant Agent,
or Leverman on the Eastern or Western Lines
respectively, as the case may be. An employee
exercising his seniority rights under the provisions
of this paragraph will do so without payment of
wages While in transit and making transfers.
25. In case the number of Operators working in any
office is reduced, the Operator or Operators who
have bid in temporary positions, or junior permanent Operators, will first be dispensed with in
the order named and the Operators remaining in
the office shall take their choice of the remaining
positions according to seniority. This does not
apply to positions of Swing Operator working less
than full time in such office, or an Agent, or an
Agent working the combined trick of Agent and
Operator.
26. It is provided further that where there is more
than one office in a terminal, Operators (other
than those holding temporary positions), Swing
Telegraphers working full time in such terminal,
and Agents, including Agents working the combined trick of Agent and Operator, who are displaced from one of such offices, or whose position
is abolished, will have the right, provided seniority
is sufficient, to displace the junior permanently
established Telegrapher working full time in such
terminal.
27. The exercise of seniority rights as provided in
Paragraphs 25 and 26 of this Article shall not involve the Company in the payment of any pttliitive
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overtime as a consequence of a Telegrapher working in excess of eight hours within twenty-four
hours.
28. There shall be no adjustment as between the permanent Operators in any office when a temporary
position is abolished.
29. An established Telegrapher will be entitled to any
spare work there may be in the office from which
he is displaced at the time of displacement.
30. The seniority of Telegraphers will date from the
time they last entered the Company's service as
such, it being understood that Telegraphers temporarily out of employment on account of staff
reductions will not forfeit their seniority provided
they are available when required. The seniority of
a newly-engaged Telegrapher employed on lines
under construction and/or absorbed by the Company, will date from his last appointment as a
Telegrapher on such lines. Lists of all Telegraphers
on each General Superintendent's District, showing
their seniority standing, will be kept on file in
their respective train dispatching offices, open to
the inspection of all Telegraphers concerned. These
lists will be subject to correction on proper representation from any Telegrapher to his Superintendent and a copy of same corrected to date, will
be furnished to General Chairman and Local
Chairman at the beginning of each year. When two
or more Telegraphers are employed on the same
day, their seniority standing will be determined by
the time they start work and they will be considered senior in the order shown on the list.
Seniority protests by Telegraphers in respect to
their seniority date as shown on such lists shall be
invalid, unless filed jointly with the Superintendent
and Local Chairman within one year from date
of first publication of the name in the official
seniority list, except in cases where the seniority
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j date has been shown in violation of provisions of
Agreement.
31. Telegraphers will have the exclusive right to all
positions incorporated in the accompanying wage
schedule, and any Telegraphers' positions subsequently added in accordance with the Preamble,
also to any new Telegraphers' positions created by
the absorption of other lines or the construction
of new lines when vacancies in such positions occur.
When newly-constructed lines are taken over by
the Operating Department all Telegraphers' positions will be considered vacant, and any Telegrapher in line for promotion to them will have fifteen
calendar days within which to make application
for same.
32. Telegraphers will be eligible and considered in
line of promotion to the position of Agent at any
of the stations not incorporated in the wage schedule which have been omitted in view of conditions
which may make it impracticable or unfair to fill
those positions exclusively from one branch of the
service, and they will retain their seniority while
filling such positions. This will not affect the status
of such stations as non-schedule agencies.
SENIORITY OF DISPATCHERS
33. Hie right of promotion of Dispatchers will extend over each General Superintendent's District
and will be governed by merit and ability; these
being sufficient, the senior Dispatcher to have
preference.
34. The order of promotion in dispatching service
will be from senior Relieving Dispatcher to Dispatcher. The seniority of a Dispatcher will date
from the time he starts work as such, unless by
his own consent he takes another position in the
service under which circumstances nis seniority
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will date from the time he last starts work as
Dispatcher, except as provided in Paragraph 4 of
this Article. Regular unassigned Dispatchers must
work as Dispatchers when their seniority entitles
them to do so, or forfeit their seniority in dispatching service. Relieving Dispatchers and Dispatchers will retain their seniority standing among
the Agents and Operators on the General Superintendent's District. If they have not worked in the
capacity of Agent or Operator previous to their
appointment to the position of Dispatcher, their
seniority as Telegraphers will be from the same
date as shown on seniority lists as Relieving Dispatcher or Dispatcher.
35. Relief Dispatchers will be appointed from their
respective General Superintendent's District, if
available, in accordance with Paragraph 6 of this
Article; the bulletin to state the Division headquarters of each position advertised. Appointees
will be allowed sufficient time, without pay, to
learn the work of dispatching under a Dispatcher,
such time not to exceed two weeks.
Senior appointees will establish seniority as Relief
Dispatchers from the date of appointment provided they qualify within thirty calendar days, unless
by their own consent they take another position
in the service, under which circumstances their
seniority will date from the date of their last
appointment as a Relief Dispatcher except as
provided in Paragraph 4 of this Article.
Relieving Dispatchers will forfeit their seniority
as such if, after two hundred and fifty-four cumulative days' work in Dispatching service they fail
to exercise their seniority in the ranks of Dispatchers.
Relief Dispatchers must work as such on their
headquarters Division when work is available in
that capacity. After working ninety cumulative
days as such, they must exercise their seniority
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instructed to do so, and Chief Dispatchers will
arrange prompt relief for them when they are
required on another Division of the General
Superintendent's District.
36. A Relief Dispatcher out of work as such on his
Superintendent's Division will, without increased
expense to the Company, have the right, seniority
being sufficient, to displace the junior Relief
Dispatcher who is working as such on the General
Superintendent's District. A Relief Dispatcher may
exercise his seniority as a Telegrapher otherwise
than in the position of Relief Dispatcher on the
General Superintendent's District and retain his
standing as a Relief Dispatcher on the Superintendent's Division on which it is established, provided there will not be any expense involved to the
Company beyond what would have been incurred
if he had remained on his original Division as a
Telegrapher.
37. A Dispatcher reduced from the ranks of Dispatchers
will be entitled to relief work in preference to a
Relieving Dispatcher at the office where he last
held a position, and in the event of no relief work
being available in such office he will be entitled
to displace the junior Relieving Dispatcher who is
working as such on the District.
38. Dispatchers holding established positions in any
office will have the right to do temporary work in
such office in accordance with their seniority, without affecting their permanently established positions and will revert thereto when the temporary
work is finished, unless they have been appointed
to other offices. When a temporary position is
bulletined in any office, it will not be necessary
for established Dispatchers in such office to apply
for same but the filling of positions may be arranged among them according to seniority. It is
not the intent of the rule that vacancies covering
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a period of three working days or less shall necessarily come within its application, or that the
exercise of privilege under this rule will involve
the Company in extra expense for overtime or
otherwise.
39. In case the number of Dispatchers working in any
office is reduced, the Dispatchers who have bid
in temporary positions,, and/or junior Dispatchers,
will first be dispensed with in the order named,
and the Dispatchers (including Swing Dispatcher)
remaining in such office shall take their choice of
the remaining positions according to seniority. Any
Dispatcher who through the application of this
rule is left without a full-time position in his
assigned office, unless he desires to remain in the
office on part-time position, may displace the junior
established Dispatcher working full time, or, at his
option, the junior Swing Dispatcher working less
than full time on the General Superintendent's
District, if his seniority entitles him thereto, provided that where there is more than one Dispatching Office in a terminal Dispatchers other than
those who have bid in temporary positions who
are displaced from one of such offices by the application of this rule, shall have the further option
of displacing the junior Dispatcher working full
time, or the junior swing Dispatcher working less
than full time in such terminal. Seniority shall be
the governing factor in making all such displacements, except as otherwise provided in the first
sentence of this paragraph. (The words "full time"
are understood to mean five days per week as a
Dispatcher).
Should any position so reduced be re-established
within one year from the date of the reduction, the
Dispatchers who were displaced from the office or
terminal affected will be entitled to return thereto
if they so desire in order of seniority, without the
advertising of such positions. This is not intended
to  entitle  these  Dispatchers   to  preference  over
19 senior men who have been reduced at other offices
and are out of work as Dispatchers. Ten calendar
days' notice shall be given the incumbent before a
position which has been established for six months
or over is abolished, and five calendar days' notice
will be given before a position which has been
established for more than sixty days but less than
six months is abolished. For positions established
sixty days or less, no notice is required. There shall
be no adjustment as between the permanent Dispatchers in any office except when a permanent
position in that office is abolished. Any established Dispatcher in the office displaced under the
provisions of this paragraph shall be entitled to
any spare work as Dispatcher there may be in that
office at the time of the displacement.
40. A Chief Dispatcher reduced to a Dispatcher will
displace the junior permanent Dispatcher on the
General Superintendent's District where he last
worked as a Dispatcher, if his seniority entitles him
thereto, provided he has an agreement as per
paragraph 4 of this Article.
41. Telegraphers appointed to Dispatchers' positions
that are not bulletined as permanent will be protected in their established positions as Telegraphers, held at the time of such appointment, for a
period of one year.
42. Paragraphs 33 to 41 inclusive of this Article are
applicable to Traffic Supervisors within their own
ranks.
Article 3
GRIEVANCE AND DISCIPLINE
1. No Telegrapher shall be suspended (except for investigation), discharged or disciplined, until his
case has first been investigated and he has been
proven guilty of the offence charged against him,
the decision in such case to be given as soon as
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possible, but not exceeding ten calendar days from
date of suspension. If a Telegrapher is found
blameless in the matter under investigation he will
be paid at schedule rates for the time lost and
extra expenses while attending such investigation,
if away from heme, and be reinstated. If detained
more than ten calendar days awaiting result of
investigation at the Company's instance he will be
paid schedule wages for the time in excess of ten
calendar days whatever the decision may be.
2. Telegraphers are to be given reasonable advance
notice of an investigation and may have the assistance of a co-Telegrapher if they so desire, who
may be present at the examination of all witnesses.
Upon request, the Local Board of Adjustment will
be given result of an investigation in writing together with copies of statements signed by witnesses
at the investigation.
3. Should any Telegrapher covered by this Agreement feel that he has a grievance or that any
provision of this Agreement has not been observed,
which he is unable to adjust by direct representation to his immediate superior officer, the matter
may be referred to tlie Local Chairman for reference by him to the Superintendent. Failing to
reach an accord with the Superintendent, the Local
Chairman may then appeal the question in dispute
to the General Chairman for reference to the
higher officers of the Company in their established
order.
Article 4
TELEGRAPHERS SERVING ON BOARD
OF ADJUSTMENT
Telegraphers serving on Boards of Adjustment
representing Telegraphers will be relieved without
delay and will be furnished free transportation for
such purpose. *#
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Article 5
TRANSPORTATION AND LEAVE OF ABSENCE
TO ATTEND TELEGRAPHERS' MEETINGS
Telegraphers will be given free first-class transportation and leaves of absence to attend their
meetings. Such free transportation will not extend beyond the next sub-division adjoining their
Superintendent's Division, and the leave of absence
will not exceed two working days, and will only be
granted when it will not interfere with the requirements of the traffic and the service, and provided the Company is not thereby put to additional
expense.
Article 6
TRANSFERS AT COMPANY'S REQUEST OR
IN EXERCISE OF SENIORITY RIGHTS
When a Telegrapher is moved by order of the
proper Officer or in exercising his seniority rights
as provided by schedule rules, he shall receive
free transportation for himself, dependent members of his family, and household effects in accordance with the Company's regulations.
Automobile will also be transported provided conditions justify and it can be loaded in the same
car furnished for the movement of his household
effects. Except as otherwise provided, a Telegrapher shall suffer no loss of schedule wages while
in transit and making transfer (rate of pay to be
based upon position to which he is transferring)
and pay for time in transit shall not be in excess
of time actually required by existing train service.
He will be allowed reasonable time (not to exceed
four working days and without pay) to arrange
for the shipment of his household effects.
2,   When  spare  operators   are used  for  a series  of
reliefs in continuous service, and without any loss
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of time between relieving at one point and then
relieving at another, there will not be any lost
time on account of travelling from one relief point
to another, but such employees shall not be paid
for travelling from home headquarters to the first
relief nor for travelling from the last relief back
to home headquarters.
3. Headquarters of spare Telegraphers shall be the
headquarters of the Division, except when such
Telegraphers maintain a home at a point on the
Division, when his home location will be his
headquarters.
4. No deduction will be made for time lost in making
transfers in cases of bona fide sickness of a
Telegrapher, and/or annual vacation.
Article 7
ATTENDING COURT
Telegraphers attending Court or investigation at
the request of the proper Officer of the Company
will have their actual reasonable expenses paid
by the Company in addition to their schedule
wages. Any fees accruing to the employee will
be assigned to the Company. See Appendix (A)
for further details and clarification.
Article 8
WORK AT EMERGENCY OCCURRENCES
Telegraphers required to work at emergency
occurrences, including mishaps, washouts, slides,
etc., will be provided with suitable shelter when
conditions warrant; will be paid actual reasonable
expenses while away from home, and will be
governed by the following provisions:
23 1. (1) A Telegrapher taken from an assigned position
while on duty shall complete his regular hours of
duty at pro rata rate, and shalf be paid at the rate
of time and one-half time for service performed
thereafter.
(2) A Telegrapher taken from an assigned position
but not actually on duty at the time he is called
will 'be paid time and one-half time from the time
he comes on duty except that when a Telegrapher
is called for such work within two hours prior to
commencement of his regular assigned hours of
duty, he will be paid at time and one-half time
until commencement of his assigned hours; will
then be paid for the next eight consecutive hours
at pro rata rate and thereafter at the rate of time
and one-half time.
(3) Other Telegraphers shall be paid the first eight
(8) hours of duty at pro rata rates and thereafter
at the rate of time and one-half time.
(4) PROVIDED THAT:
In all instances, if circumstances permit and
suitable accommodation is provided or is reasonably
available, Telegraphers may be released from duty
for one rest period of not less than eight consecutive
hours in each subsequent twenty-four hour cycle;
following which rest period, they may be required
to perform eight (8) hours continuous service in
each twenty-four hour cycle at pro rata rate, with
time and one-half time payable for all service performed thereafter within the same twenty-four hour
cycle.
(5) Service performed on regularly assigned rest
days shall be subject to the provisions of Article 12.
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Article 9
SERVICE PAPERS
1. A Telegrapher securing employment with the
Company will have returned to him, within thirty
calendar days from date of employment, all service
cards and letters of recommendation which may
have been taken up by the Company, except any
previously issued by the Company.
2. A Telegrapher leaving the service of the Company
on request, will be furnished within five calendar
days with a certificate by the proper Officer stating
term or terms of service, capacities in which
employed, and whether discharged or leaving the
service of his own accord. If discharged, cause of
dismissal will be stated. If detained more than
five calendar days awaiting such certificate he will
be paid schedule wages for all time in excess of
five calendar days. Unless otherwise requested,
this certificate will be mailed to the Telegrapher
at the place of last employment.
Article 10
EXEMPTIONS,  HANDLING   OF  WAYFREIGHT
AND ATTENDING TRAIN ORDER SIGNALS
1. The unloading and loading of wayfreight from
and to cars and putting away in shed shall be done
jointly with the trainmen, and further reasonable
assistance will be 'furnished when necessary.
2. Telegraphers will be exempt from shovelling snow,
stencilling cars, sifting coal or ashes, attending to
flower gardens or lawns, cleaning and disinfecting
stations or outbuildings, cleaning of chimneys,
cutting or piling wood, handling government
mails, and attending to switch and semaphore
lamps. Special consideration will be given to
cases where it is shown that attending to heaters
25 in cars, or calling crews constitutes a hardship or
unduly interferes with the other duties of the
Agent or Operator.
The matter of installation of storm windows on
stations and dwellings will be given sympathetic
consideration by Local Officers when the subject
is made a matter of reference to them.
3. Telegraphers will keep train order signal lamps
clean and in good condition, and lighted before
going off duty. Train order signal lights of the
high mast type will be equipped with electric
lights wherever possible.
4. Telegraphers will not be required to teach telegraphy or admit students not members of the station
staff to their office.
Article 11
DWELLINGS
1. At stations where dwelling, fuel and light are provided, the dwelling as far as practicable will be
reserved exclusively for the use of the Agent and
his family, unless he elects to reside elsewhere, in
which event the senior permanently established
Operator having a family shall have the first
refusal. If no assigned Agent at any station with
dwelling, the senior permanently established
Operator with a family shall have the exclusive
use of the station dwelling, except that a junior
Telegrapher occupying a dwelling may retain it
in preference to a senior Telegrapher later
appointed.
2. Work train Operators will be supplied with suitable
living accommodation, consisting of at least one-
half of an ordinary outfit car or the equivalent,
thoroughly cleaned, supplied with stove, washbasin, bunk,  mattress,  blankets,  sheets,  pillows,
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writing table, storm windows, screen windows and
doors.
3. Telegraphers at outlying points where no living
accommodation can be secured will be provided
with suitable living quarters which shall be for
their exclusive use.
4. A rental deduction of Five Dollars per month will
be made from all Telegraphers occupying Company's dwellings unless, in the opinion of the
Superintendent, such amount should be reduced.
5. Suitable fuel will be supplied station dwellings.
When wood is supplied for fuel, it will be cut in
length not exceeding sixteen inches. Kindling
wood will be supplied When application is made
for same.
6. Telegraphers who have been allowed dwelling,
fuel and light, and are required by the Company
to vacate living quarters, will be allowed an increase in salary per month as follows: For loss of
dwelling, $5.00; fuel, $7.00; and light, $3.00.
7. A Telegrapher occupying a Company's dwelling
who is pensioned or dismissed from the Company's
service will be allowed to retain possession of the
dwelling until he has been paid all wages due
him by the Company.
8. The Company will keep its dwellings in good
repair, comfortable and adequate. Occupants
must keep such dwellings and their surroundings
clean and must pay for repairs, other than those
due to ordinary wear and tear.
9. Station offices, waiting rooms, etc., will be cleaned
at the Company's expense; also towers at large
interlocking plants as may be mutually agreed
unon between the Superintendent and the Local
Chairman.
10.   As   conditions   permit,   at  points   where   electric
energy is available, all offices and station dwell-
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ings will be wired for lights at the Company's expense. No charge will be made for electric current
used in lighting the dwelling.
11. A proper and adequate supply of water suitable for
domestic purposes will be provided at station
offices and dwellings where such water supply is
not available locally.
Article 12
ASSIGNED REST DAYS
Effective June 1st, 1951, the Company will establish for all Telegraphers included in this Agreement, unless otherwise excepted herein, a work
week of forty hours, consisting of five days of
eight hours each, with two consecutive rest days
in each seven, subject to the following modifications. The work weeks may be staggered in
accordance with the Company's operational
requirements.
This clause shall not be construed to create a
guarantee of any number of hours or days of work
not elsewhere provided for in this agreement.
1. Telegraphers' rest days are subject to change in
accordance with the requirements of the service
and not less than seventy-two hours' notice shall
be given Telegraphers affected.
Where no swing Telegraphers are employed, Sunday will be one of the two assigned rest days.
If, awing to such change in his rest days off duty,
a telegrapher is required by the Company to work
more than five days per week, he will be paid
overtime as per Clause 8 of this Article for such
days.
2. The rest days shall be  consecutive  as far as is
possible, consistent with the establishment of regular relief assignments and the avoidance of work-
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ing a Telegrapher on an assigned rest day. Preference shall be given to Saturday and Sunday and
then to Sunday and Monday.
In any dispute as to the necessity of departing from
the pattern of two consecutive rest days or for
granting rest days other than Saturday and Sunday or Sunday and Monday, it shall be incumbent
on the Company to show that such departure is
necessary to meet operational requirements and
that otherwise additional relief service or working
a Telegrapher on an assigned rest day would be
involved.
ACCUMULATION OF REST DAYS
On positions where it is not reasonably practicable
to provide regular relief each week, one rest day,
for Which relief is not provided, may be accumulated and granted at a later date. Such accumulation shall not exceed five days, and rest days
so accumulated shall be allowed consecutively
when five days have been accumulated. However,
the accumulation of a greater number of rest
days and their allowance at longer intervals may
be arranged by mutual agreement between the
Officers of the Company and the General Chairman.
Positions on which rest days are to be accumulated
shall be so bulletined.
NON-CONSECUTIVE REST DAYS
In the event that a situation arises which makes
it impracticable to assign consecutive rest days to
all Telegraphers, the following procedure shall be
followed:
(a) All possible regular relief positions shall be
established pursuant to Clause 7 of this Article.
Ob) Possible use of rest days, other than Saturday,
Sunday or Monday, where thfif m§y fee required
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j under this agreement, to be explored by the
parties.
(c) Accumulation of rest days under Clause 4 of
this Article shall be considered.
(d) Other suitable or practicable plans which may
be suggested by either of the parties shall be
considered and efforts made to come to an agreement thereon.
(e) If the foregoing does not solve the problem,
then some of the relief or extra men may be given
non-consecutive rest days.
(f) If, after all the foregoing has been done, there
still remains service which can only be performed
by requiring Telegraphers to work in excess of five
days per week, the number of regular assignments
necessary to avoid this may be made with two
non-consecutive days off.
(g) The least desirable solution of the problem
would be to work some regular Telegraphers on
the sixth or seventh days at overtime rate and
thus withhold work from additional relief men.
6. In naming the assigned rest days, where the hours
of an assignment overlap at midnight and partially
cover two calendar days, the calendar name of the
day on which the assignment commences shall be
used to determine the name of the day assigned;
and the continuous twenty-fo&ir hour period as
from the starting minute of the commencement
hour of the assignment shall be substituted for
such calendar day.
Example: Sunday, July 6th, is an assigned rest
day. The assignment commencing at 24.01K, 8.00K,
16.00K, or 23.30K, on Sunday, July 6th, would be
the assigned rest day. The name given to the
assigned rest day must coincide with the name of
the calendar day upon which the assigned hours
of duty commence,
SO
BELIEF ASSIGNMENTS
7. All possible regular relief assignments with five
days' work per week and two consecutive rest
days (subject to Clause 5 of this Article) shall be
established to perform necessary relief work or to
perform relief work on certain days and such types
of other work on other days as may be assigned
within the same classification or as mutually agreed
between the Company and the Local Chairman.
Regular relief assignments may, on different days,
have different starting times, duties and work
locations, provided such starting times, duties and
work locations are those of the Telegrapher or
Telegraphers  relieved.
Regular swing Telegraphers shall be appointed to
perform relief service on such regularly assigned
rest days, as may be arranged on each Superintendent's Division, and for such service may be
required to travel within reasonable limits without expense to the Company other than their
monthly salaries, which shall be at the rates
averaging the monthly salaries of Telegraphers
whom they regularly relieve.
When the consist of a swing assignment is changed,
the swing position shall not be rebulletined unless
more than fifty per cent of the shifts previously
relieved are affected, except as may be mutually
agreed between the Officers of the Company and
the General  Chairman.
8. Telegraphers assigned, notified or called to work on
their regularly assigned rest days shall be paid at
the rate of time and one-half time with a minimum
allowance of two hours and forty minutes, for which
two hours and forty minutes' service may be required; except, that if required to work a full day
within their regularly assigned hours of duty, the
provisions of Clauses 14, 17 and 18 will apply.
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§. Full time worked within regular hours of duty on
the following holidays; namely,
New Year's Day
Good Friday
Victoria Day
Dominion Day
Labour Day
Thanksgiving Day
and
Christmas Day
will be paid as overtime at the pro rata rate per
hour. When any of the above holidays falls on
Sunday, the day observed by the Federal Government shall be considered the holiday. In the
event of a Telegrapher's assigned rest day off duty
falling upon one of the holidays specified in this
paragraph, he shall be assigned a day off in lieu
thereof within ten calendar days, and if required
to work such day shall be paid at the pro rata
rate.
10. In naming the statutory holiday, where the hours
of an assignment overlap at midnight and partially
cover two calendar days, the calendar name of
the day on which the assignment commences shall
be used to determine the name of the day worked;
and the continuous twenty-four hour period as
from the starting minute of the commencement
hour of the assignment shall be substituted for
such calendar day.
EXAMPLE: Tuesday, July 1st, is a statutory holiday. The assignment commencing at 24:01K,
8:00K, 16:00K, or 23:30K on Tuesday, July 1st,
Would be the statutory holiday. The name given to
the statutory holiday must coincide with the name
of the calendar day upon which the assigned hours
of duty commence.
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11. If Telegraphers are called outside the limits ol
regularly assigned hours of duty on such specified
holidays, when full time service is required within
the limits of regularly assigned hours of duty, the
provisions of Clauses 14, 17 and 18 will apply.
12. Telegraphers assigned, notified or called to work
only a portion of the regular work day assignment
on holidays specified, if required to report for
duty at the starting time of, or during the hours
of the regular work day assignment, will be paid
on the minute basis at time and one-half time,
with a minimum of two hours and forty minutes
for each tour of duty, for which two hours and
forty minutes' service may be required, with a
maximum of the equivalent of eight hours at pro
rata rate for service within the limits of the
regular work day assignment.
13. Telegraphers assigned, notified or called for service outside the limits of the regular work day
assignment will be allowed compensation on the
minute  basis at time  and  one-half time with a
. minimum of two hours for which two hours' service
may be required, unless allowed the equivalent of
eight hours at pro rata rate for service performed during the hours of the regular work
day assignment, in which event time outside of
such hours will be paid in accordance with the
provisions of Clauses 14, 17 and 18.
EXAMPLE  OF  STATUTORY  HOLIDAY
OVERTIME
EXAMPLE No. 1:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Notified or called 7:30 a.m. and held in continuous
service until 5:00 p.m.
Called at 9:00 p.m. and released at 10:00 p.m.
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V Compensation:
7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.—1 hour at time and one-half.
8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.—8 hours at pro rata rate (meal
period not worked).
9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.—2 hours at time and one-
Half.
EXAMPLE No. 2:
ALSsumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 8:30 a.m.—Released at 10:30 a.m.
Called at 3:00 p.m.—Released at 4:30 p.m.
Compensation:
8 hours at pro rata rate as these two calls are
equivalent to the regular weekday assignment of
8 hours at pro rata rate.
EXAMPLE No. 3:
Assumed   regular   weekday   assignment   8:00   a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 8:00 a.m.—Released at 10.30 a.m.
Called at 11:30 a.m.—Released at 12:30 p.m.
Called at 3:00 p.m.—Released at 4:30 p.m.
Compensation:
8 hours at pro rata rate.
EXAMPLE No. 4:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 10:00 a.m.—Released at 11:30 a.m.
Called at 7:00 p.m.—Released at 8:00 p.m.
Compensation:
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.—2' 40" at time and one-half.
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.—2 hours at time and one-half.
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EXAMPLE No. 5:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 8:00 a,m.—Released at 9:00 a.m.
Called at 11:00 a.m.—Released at 12:30 p.m.
Called at 3:00 p.m.—Released at 5:00 p.m.
Called at 6:00 p.m.—Released at 7:00 p.m.
Called at 8:30 p.m.—Released at 9:30 p.m.
Compensation:
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.; 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.;
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.—Eight hours at pro rata rate.
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.—1 hour at time and one-half.
8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.—2 hours at time and one-half,
EXAMPLE No. 6:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 7:00 a.m.—Released at 8:30 a.m.
Called at 7:00 p.m.—Released at 9:30 p.m.
Compensation:
7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a,m.—2 hours at time and one-half.
7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.—2% hours at time and one-
half.
EXAMPLE No. 7:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
No calls during the day until 4:00 p.m., at which
time called and required to remain on duty until
5:30 p.m.
Compensation:
2' 40" at time and one-half.
EXAMPLE No. 8:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 7:00 a.m.—Released at 8:00 a.m.
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2 hours at time and one-half.
EXAMPLE No. 9:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 7:00 a.m.—Released at 9:15 a.m.
Compensation:
2y 15" at time and one-half.
EXAMPLE No. 10:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 7:00 a.m.—Released at 8:00 a.m.
Called at 9:00 a.m.—Released at 11:00 a.m.
Called at 2:00 p.m.—Released at 4:30 p.m.
Compensation:
7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.—1 hour at time and one-half.
9:00 a.m: to 11:00 a.m.; 2.00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.—8
hours at pro rata rate.
EXAMPLE No 11: >     *
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 10:00 a.m.—Released at 11:30 a.m.
Called at 4:00 p.m.—Released at 5:30 p.m.
Called at 7:00 p.m.—Released at 8:00 p.m.
Compensation:
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.—2' 40" at time and one-half.
4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.—2' 40" at time and one-half,
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.—2' at time and one-half.
EXAMPLE No. 12:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:Qp a.m, to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called at 7:30 a.m.—Released 9:00 a.m.
Called 12:15 p.m.—Released 5:30 p.m.
Called 7:00 p.m.—Released 8:15 p.m.
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Compensation:
7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.—1 hour at time and one-half.
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. (   0 u x ~~
12:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. J   8 hours at *>ro rata rate-
5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.—30" at time and one-half.
7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.—1' 15" at time and one-half.
EXAMPLE No. 13:
Assumed regular weekday assignment 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. with meal hour.
Called 11:50 a.m.—Released 5:20 p.m.
Called 7:30 p.m.—Released 8:30 p.m.
Compensation:
11:50 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.—8 hours at pro rata rate.
5:00 p.m. to 5:20 p.m.—20" at time and one-half.
7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.—1 hour at time and one-half.
OVERTIME AND CALLS
14. Except as otherwise provided, time in excess of
eight hours' service (exclusive of meal period)
shall be considered overtime and shall be paid on
the actual minute basis at the rate of time and
one-half time.
15. Work in excess of forty straight-time hours, excluding transfer time for Dispatchers and Traffic
Supervisors, or five days in any work week shall
be considered overtime and paid at the rate of
time and one-half time, except where such work is
performed by a Telegrapher due to moving from
one assignment to another other than at the order
of the Company; or to or from an extra or laid off
list; or where rest days are being accumulated
under Clause 4 of this Article.
BEGINNING OF WORK WEEK
NOTE: The term "work week" for regularly assigned Telegraphers shall mean a week beginning
on the first day on which the assignment is bul-
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letined to work and for spare or unassigned Telegraphers shall mean a period of seven consecutive
days starting with Monday.
There shall be no overtime on overtime; neither
shall overtime hours paid for other than hours
not in excess of eight paid for at overtime rates on
holidays or for changing shifts, be utilized in
computing the forty hours per week, nor shall time
paid for in the nature of arbitraries or special
allowances such as attending Court, deadheading,
travel time, etc., be utilized for this purpose except
when such payments apply during assigned working hours in lieu of pay for such hours, or where
such time is now included under existing rules
in computations leading to overtime.
16. To arrive at the pro rata rate per hour for overtime for Telegraphers, monthly salary shall be
multiplied by twelve, divided by two hundred and
fifty-four and then divided by eight.
17. For calls outside of regularly assigned hours of
duty on regular working days, but within one hour
before regularly assigned starting time, a minimum
of one hour at time and one-half time shall be
allowed for one hour's service or less.
18. For calls outside of regularly assigned hours of
duty on regular working days, but within twelve
hours safter regularly assigned starting time, a
minimum of one hour at time and one-half time
shall be allowed for one hour's service or less within the twelve hour limit referred to. If required
beyond one hour, or outside the twelve hour limit
in continuous service, pay shall be allowed at the
rate of time and one-half time on the actual
minute basis for such (additional continuous time.
19. Except as otherwise provided, Telegraphers notified or called to perform work before or after the
regularly assigned hours of duty shall be allowed
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a minimum of two hours at time and one-half time
for two hours' work or less, and if held on duty
in excess of two hours, time and one-half time
shall be allowed on the actual minute basis.
20. If a Train Dispatcher or Traffic Supervisor is
required to work outside his regularly assigned
hours of duty on any working day, he shall be
paid overtime as per Clauses 14 and 19 of this
Article. If required to work more than five days
per week, he shall be paid overtime at the rate
of time and one-half time with a minimum of
two hours and forty minutes for which two hours
and forty minutes' service may be required.
GENERAL
21. When a Telegrapher is notified or called for a
specific purpose, on any day, he will be released
from duty after such service is performed unless
required by the Dispatcher for train service.
22. Telegraphers required by the Company for duty
on regularly assigned rest days and/or statutory
holidays other than regular assigned attendance
for passenger or mixed trains shall be so advised
on the preceding day.
WORK ON UNASSIGNED DAYS
23. Where work is required by the Company to be
performed on a day which is not a part of any
assignment, it may be performed by an available
extra or unassigned Telegrapher who will otherwise not have forty hours of work that week.
In all other cases by regular Telegrapher.
OVERTIME TICKETS
24. Overtime will not be allowed unless overtime
tickets are mailed to the proper officer within
forty-eight hours from the time the service is
performed. If overtime as claimed is not allowed,
Telegraphers  will  be notified in writing  within
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Telegraphers will number overtime tickets consecutively for each month.
Article 13
ATTENDING PUMPING ENGINES, WINDMILLS AND TANK FIRES
1. Telegraphers who attend pumping engines, or
windmills, which work will be optional with them,
will be paid Twenty Dollars per month, unless
mutually agreed otherwise between the representatives of the Telegraphers and the Company.
2. In emergencies and at points where Sectionmen's
headquarters are not located, Telegraphers shall,
within regularly assigned hours, attend to fires
under water tanks within a quarter of a mile of
their station, and must see that fire is in good
condition immediately before going off duty without extra compensation. If called on duty for any
of these purposes outside of regularly assigned
hours, Telegraphers will be entitled to compensation as provided by Article 12.
Article 14
RELIEF  WORK  AND  RELIEF  AGENTS
1. A Telegrapher required to leave his assigned
location to do relief work temporarily will be
allowed all necessary expenses on production of
vouchers, and will be paid the rate of his assigned
position or that of the position relieved, whichever is the higher.
2. Other Telegraphers doing relief work, except
regular relieving Telegraphers, will be paid the
same wages, without expenses, as the Telegraphers
they relieve, provided that such wages are not less
than their own.
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3. Sufficient Relief Agents will be maintained to meet
all reasonable demands. Relief Agents shall be
paid the schedule rating of the positions they
relieve.
4. Relief Agents shall be given preference over spare
Telegraphers in assignments as Relief Agents allotted to them by the Chief Dispatcher except in
such instances as the Superintendent and the Local
Chairman mutually may agree that in the best
interests of the service, it should be otherwise.
5. Only the first paragraph of this Article will apply
to Swing Telegraphers and only then when domg
relief work temporarily in positions other than their
regular assignments.
Article 15
COMMERCIAL BUSINESS AND COMMISSIONS
1. Railway Telegraphers handling Canadian Pacific
commercial business will be allowed ten percent
commission on all business between points reached by the Canadian Pacific Telegraph lines and
connecting telegraph lines with which business is
checked direct, ajid on Canadian Pacific Railway
proportion of cablegrams.
2. The income accruing to a station on account of
telegraph commission will be equitably divided
between the Telegraphers performing the service,
the Agent to be entitled to not less than one-third
of the total amount. If required by the Company
to handle commercial telegraph business on regularly assigned rest days and/or statutory holidays, outside hours required for railway service,
or on weekdays outside of assigned hours, arrangements should be made with the Communications Department regarding compensation.
3- Telegraphers will be required to handle commercial messages on regularly assigned rest days
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^ and/or statutory holidays only during such hours
as required for railway service, except on agreement.
Article 16
HOURS OF SERVICE, REST AND MEAL
PERIODS
1. Eight consecutive hours' service shall constitute
a day's work for Telegraphers.
2. The assigned hours of Agents, and of all Operators, other than those at continuously operated
offices, may be extended to include one hour for
meal.
3. Agents who have not under the preceding schedule been assigned to wire work shall not be required to perform such work (except in cases of
emergency) unless changed conditions affecting
the work at the station justify this being done.
4. Except in cases of emergency, Telegraphers will
have eight consecutive hours' rest in each twenty-
four hours.
5. The hours of duty of al Agents shall commence
between 6:00 and 9:00 a.m.
6. Telegraphers whose assigned hours include a
meal hour shall be allowed sixty consecutive
minutes for a meal commencing between 7:00 a.m.
and 8:00 a.m., 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m., and 5:30
p.m. and 6:30 p.m., or receive in lieu thereof one
hour's pay at pro rata rate and twenty minutes
without loss of pay in which to eat shall be afforded lat the first opportunity. If a meal hour is
assigned between the hours of 10:00 pm. and 6:00
a.m., it shall commence during the fourth hour
alter the start of the tour of duty and shall be
governed by the above conditions.
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7. The regular hours of duty of Telegraphers (except
Swing Telegraphers who, when working within
the regularly assigned hours of Telegraphers whom
they relieve on their assigned rest days, will not
receive overtime pay) will be specified by Superintendents and will be the same on all days of the
week.
8. If required for service on any day outside of regular hours of duty, Telegraphers will be given
official order as authority and excused in the
same manner.
9. Telegraphers required to meet regular scheduled
mixed or passenger trains after regular hours,
should remain on duty if the train is late, keeping
the station open for the accommodation of the
public unless instructed to the contrary by the
proper Officer of the Company, and they will be
entitled to compensation as provided by Article
12.
10. Telegraphers called before their regular hours of
duty and who have not had an opportunity to
secure breakfast will be allowed twenty minutes,
without loss of pay, as soon as possible after regular
starting time for the purpose. Telegraphers working a straight eight hour trick will be allowed
twenty minutes for lunch, without deduction in
pay, and as opportunity affords, provided they
are available in case of emergency during such
period.
11. Exchange of tricks in the same office for short
periods of time may be made when justified, but
only with the approval of the Chief Dispatcher.
Article 17
TRAIN DISPATCHERS—HOURS OF SERVICE
AND CLERICAL WORK
Eight consecutive hours train dispatching and/or
traffic supervision  and time required for trans-
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J ferring will constitute a day's work for a Dispatcher or Traffic Supervisor. Dispatchers and/or
Traffic Supervisors will not be required to do
clerical work that will interfere with the proper
handling of their trains, nor will they be required
to issue train orders to any person other than an
authorized Telegrapher, except in cases of emergency.
Article 18
ASSISTANCE OR RELIEF FOR TELEGRAPHERS
WHEN   OVERWORKED
1. If a Telegrapher considers himself overtaxed, his
statement to that effect to the proper Officer will
be carefully considered and, if well founded, relief
will be granted.
2. When an Agent considers assistance is required,
he will make request to the Superintendent in
writing. If the Superintendent considers the request to be reasonable he will grant the help
immediately, and if to the contrary will so advise
the Agent. The Agent then may ask for an investigation of conditions and the Superintendent
will so arrange within ten calendar days by someone who is familiar with station work. The Investigator shall make his report with the least possible
delay, but not exceeding five calendar days, and if
favorable the help will be furnished forthwith; if
to the contrary, the Agent and Local Chairman will be advised by the Superintendent.
A copy of the Investigator's report will be
furnished to the Local Chairman and if he is
of the opinion that the help is required, he will
so advise the Superintendent, who will immediately
request the General Superintendent to send a
special Investigator familiar with station work to
report on the appeal within ten calendar days. If
the  report is favorable assistance will be given
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forthwith; if unfavorable, copy of the decision will
be sent to both the Agent and the Local Chairman, who may subsequently appeal the case to
the General Chairman as a grievance.
3. In a case where the Company desires to reduce
help, the Agent will be given one week's notice,
unless he agrees that he can spare the help at
once. If the Agent claims the assistance is still
required, he will so advise the Superintendent,
and the latter will conduct an investigation as
outlined in the preceding paragraph.
4. At points where it is claimed Dispatchers, Traffic
Supervisors or Operators are overworked or kept
on duty an excessive length of time upon furnishing particulars, the Inspector of Transportation
will be instructed to go there and look into the
conditions with the General Chairman, or with any
representative the latter may select, and if they
jointly recommend any changes in conditions, it
will be arranged.
Article 19
LOSS OF EXPRESS OR TELEGRAPH
COMMISSIONS
When the handling of express or telegraph business, for which a commission payment is allowed,
is withdrawn or restored at any office, thereby
decreasing or increasing the average monthly
compensation paid to any position, prompt adjustment of the salary affected will be made conforming to the rate paid for similar positions at
comparable stations. The amounts Of commissions
earned will not govern in establishing the rates
for positions.
Article 20
TELEGRAPHERS ASSIGNED TO POSITIONS
AND FOUND INCOMPETENT
When a Telegrapher is assigned to a position and
after a fair trial is  found incompetent, he  will
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seniority rights. Otherwise, a Telegrapher may
not abandon a regularly assigned position and elect
to go on the spare list, except in extenuating circumstances acceptable to the Superintendent and
the Local Chairman.
Article 21
VACATIONS
1. Dispatchers and Traffic Supervisors shall be allowed fifteen working days' vacation each year
with full pay.
2. Relief Dispatchers after serving two hundred and
fifty-four days' cumulative service as such shall
be allowed fifteen working days' vacation each
year with full pay at second year Dispatcher's rate
provided, however, that on a Division where more
than one Relief Dispatcher is employed only the
senior Relief Dispatcher shall be governed by this
provision. All other Relief Dispatchers who have
served two hundred and fifty-four cumulative days
as such shall be allowed vacation each year proportionate with the amount of time worked in the
previous year as Relief Dispatcher and as Telegrapher, respectively, at the rate of pay for the
positions of Relief Dispatcher and as Telegrapher
held at the time vacation is taken. In the event
of Senior Relief Dispatchers being temporarily
displaced for a period in excess of three weeks by
Dispatchers out of employment as such, they shall
be governed by the second sentence of this
paragraph.
3. Other Telegraphers who have been in the employ
of the Company continuously for one year (two
hundred and fifty-four working days) or two
hundred and fifty-four days' cumulative service
within a longer period shall be allowed ten working days' vacation each year with full pay.   The
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first vacation so allowed shall be for and during
the first year of service following the qualifying
period, but the number of days vacation allowed
shall be based on the service rendered in the
preceding year. If the Company finds it inconvenient to grant vacation during any year to a
Telegrapher entitled to it under this rule, the
Telegrapher, at his option, shall receive either
compensation at his regular salary for the period,
or in the next year additional vacation for a like
period. Telegraphers who have been appointed
from the ranks of other classes covered by this
schedule shall have their service in farmer classifications counted in connection with granting
vacation under this Article.
4. The qualifying period of two hundred and fifty-
four days specified in Paragraphs 2 and 3 above
shall be modified in accordance with supplement
attached, for service rendered prior to 1st June,
1951.
5. Applications for vacation filed in January of each
year will be given preference in order of seniority
of applicant, and applicants will be advised in
February of dates allotted them. January applicants will have preference over later applicants;
applicants after September 30th will not be entitled to salary compensation if the Company is
unable to relieve them in that year. The Company, as far as practicable, will relieve all applicants during the summer season when so desired.
6. In the event of a Telegrapher being discharged or
leaving the service on proper notice before obtaining vacation deferred from the preceding year,
as per Paragraph 3, he will be paid his salary for
same. Telegraphers under these conditions will
be entitled to a proportionate amount of their
holiday allowance, based on the portion of the
year worked without holidays during the previous
year.
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v MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING AND
AGREEMENTS
AGREED INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 21
FIRST A    Telegrapher,    an    Assistant    Agent
or Leverman is entitled to vacation after
one year's continuous service under the Telegraphers' Schedule as a Telegrapher, an Assistant
Agent or Leverman, or a combination of these,
the first vacation being allowed for and during
the second year of service.
Example. A Telegrapher entering the Company's
service on September 1, 1940, would be entitled to
ten working days' vacation with pay if continuously in the service to September 2, 1941, and the
vacation will apply to the year's service from
September 1, 1941, to September 1, 1942. If not
continuously in the service, vacation will be granted for and during his next year's service after the
qualifying period of two hundred and fifty-four
cumulative days' actual service.
SECOND Ten working days' vacation with pay will
be allowed for every succeeding year's service.
The second vacation to be granted in the third year
of service will apply to the third year's service,
and so on.
Example. For the Telegrapher referred to above
in continuous service, the second vacation granted
would apply for the year, September 1, 1942, to
September 1, 1943.
THIRD When a Telegrapher is laid off on account
of reduction of staff for an indefinite period, the
matter of vacation will be adjusted to the date
he is laid off or leaves the service. If there is
vacation due him, he shall be paid for the number
of days' vacation to which he is entitled. If he has
had vacation in excess of that to which he is en-
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titled, the amount of the vacation in excess of that
to which he is entitled should be deducted. In this
connection it should be noted that the vacation
allowance is equivalent to one day's vacation for
each twenty-five and' one-half days worked. (Dispatchers IVz days' vacation for each twenty-five
and one-half days worked.
Example No. 1. If the Telegrapher referred to
above had his vacation for the year ending September 1, 1942, and then was laid off on March 1, 1943,
he would be entitled to five days' pay in lieu of
the proportion of his vacation due on the current
year. If he had not had his vacation due on
September 2, 1942, he would be entitled to fifteen
days' pay.
Example No. 2. If, however, under the dates of
service shown previously, a Telegrapher is allowed
ten working days' vacation with pay on October
1, 1942, and again on March 1, 1943, and was laid
off indefinitely on June 1, 1943, the Company is
entitled to deduct two and one-half days' pay
allowed for the three months not worked for
which vacation was allowed—that is, June, July
and August, 1943.
FOURTH Men not laid off indefinitely, i.e., those
who are called upon from time to time for service,
say, one week in a month or two weeks every
second month; in other words, men who must
hold themselves constantly available for service,
should not have time deducted after having become entitled to vacation with pay for the short
periods when they are not actually in the service. It is not intended by this to provide that
men, for instance, who do not perform any service
for three months would have that time counted
as continuous. However, cases of this kind will not
be   numerous,   and  should  be   treated  on  their
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It should also be noted that, first, to qualify for
vacation requires twelve months' continuous or
two hundred and fifty-four cumulative days'
actual service.
Example No. 1. A Telegrapher has completed one
year's continuous or two hundred and fifty-four
days' cumulative actual service. He is employed
as Relief Operator and is required to hold himself
throughout the year available for service and at
no time is out of the service for more than three
months. Upon completion of twelve months'
elapsed time from date of completion of twelve
months' service is entitled to further vacation. Of
course, it may happen that holidays actually would
be allowed prior to completion of this further
twelve months, but in the event of such Telegrapher being laid off indefinitely, matter of holidays should be adjusted as provided in "Third."
Example No. 2. A Telegrapher has completed one
year's continuous or two hundred and fifty-four
cumulative days' actual service on September 1,
1942, and has been allowed ten working days'
vacation with pay for the following year. He is
employed as Relieving Operator, and works intermittently until March 1, 1943. None of the periods
during which he is out of service, however, is
of any lengthy duration. On March 1, 1943, he is
laid off on account of reduction of staff. He is entitled to five days in lieu of proportion of his
vacation due on the current year.
FIFTH Leave of absence at the request of the
employee beyond the regular vacation allowance,
when the leave without pay is in excess of one
month, will be deducted from service entitling
employees to vacation. This will make it possible
after the completion of twelve months' service for
employees to take an additional week or more
up to one  month without pay without affecting
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their subsequent vacation. Leave of absence in
excess of one month would be deducted from their
service and vacation arranged accordingly.
SIXTH The  principle  of the  schedule  is  that
vacation should be allowed proportionate to the
rates of the positions occupied or which it is anticipated the employee will occupy during the year
to which the vacation applied. In practice where
there has been very little variation in the rates of
the employee during the year, vacation should be
allowed at the rate of the position held when the
vacation is granted. However, where there has
been a considerable variation in rate, for instance,
when an Assistant Agent has been appointed to a
Telegraphers position, or when an Operator has
been appointed to an Agent's position, or where
there has been a promotion or demotion affecting
the rate by, say, fifteen dollars per month, the
vacation should be allowed proportionately for
each position occupied at the rates applicable to
the positions according to the time worked in
each position.
SEVENTH A Telegrapher who has been dismissed,
or who resigns, who is re-employed under proper
authority, will re-enter the service as a new employee, and will be required to again serve one
year before qualifying for vacation. A Telegrapher
who has been dismissed but reinstated with full
seniority rights will be treated as though he had
been continuously in the service except that no
vacation will be allowed for time computed from
time he was dismissed to date of re-entry into the
service. A Telegrapher who has been laid off on
account of reduction in staff and whose vacation
was adjusted to the date laid off will commence
accumulating service for subsequent vacation from
the date re-employed.
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V EIGHTH Swing Dispatchers who occupy a combination of positions such as Swing Dispatchers and
Operators, should be paid for their vacation the
salary they would have earned during the vacation period in the position or positions usually
occupied. For example, East of Cartier, a Swing
Dispatcher works three days a week as Swing
Dispatcher and two days per week as an Operator.
He is paid at the rate of $390.00 per month (if
entitled to the third year rate) for the time worked
as Swing Dispatcher, and $305.42 per month in
accordance with Article 26 for the time worked as
Operator. In other words, his salary is $356.17
per month. He should be paid for the vacation
period at this same salary—$356.17 per month.
NINTH Relieving service in higher rated posi
tions, for instance, Assistant Agents working as
Telegraphers in the summer months for short
periods will not be considered in connection with
the application of higher rates for vacation unless
such service amounts to three months or more
in the year to which vacation applies.
TENTH Vacation for Relieving Dispatchers will
be governed as heretofore by the second paragraph of Article 21.
ELEVENTH Operators promoted to Dispatchers or
Dispatchers demoted to Operators will be allowed
vacation in proportion to the time occupied in
each position according to the rules of the respective classes.
Article 22
MOVEMENT  OF HOUSEHOLD  EFFECTS
AND FREE TRANSPORTATION
Except as otherwise provided in Article 6, Paragraph 1, Telegraphers will be granted transportation   of   their   household   effects   and   passes   or
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reduced rates and leave of absence in accordance
with the general regulations of the Company as
established from time to time.
Article 23
LINEMEN
Linemen competent to hold Telegraphers'
positions will be considered eligible for same, and
will be allowed to transfer to the class of service
covering such positions, taking three-fourths of
their seniority, but they will retain and accumulate seniority in the ranks of Linemen until
assigned to permanent established positions as
Telegraphers.
Article 24
ASSISTANT AGENTS
1. The term "Assistant Agent" will be deemed to
include any employee whose duty it is to assist
Station Agents with clerical or other work, whether
ordinarily known as Assistant Agent, Ticket Agent,
Ticket Clerk, Cashier, Clerk, Checker, Shedman,
Baggageman or any similar title but not including
employees at stations Where freight work exclusively is performed under the jurisdiction of an
Agent other than the Station Agent, nor any position covered by the Agreement dated January
20, 1922.
2. Any Assistant Agent's position now or hereafter
included within the terms of this Agreement, even
though not occupied, will not be removed from it
except by negotiation.
3. An Assistant Agent competent to hold a Telegrapher's position will be given preference to transfer
to the class of service covering such position without carrying his seniority as Assistant Agent with
him. While an Assistant Agent is temporarily
employed as a Telegrapher he will not bid on any
vacancy among Assistant Agents, but will retain
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his established position for one year, after which
time his position will be advertised and the man
affected can thereafter displace only the junior
established Assistant Agent on the Superintendent's Division, but he will retain and accumulate
seniority as Assistant Agent until assigned to a
permanently established position as Telegrapher.
In order to entitle an Assistant Agent to continuous
senioriy as a Telegrapher he must be available
for that service when required.
4. Under the foregoing provisions an Assistant Agent
must exercise his seniority and establish himself as
a permanent Telegrapher when he has sufficient
seniority or forfeit seniority in either of the
classes.
5. So that there will be no hardship, it is agreed
that where an Assistant Agent has followed his
seniority as a Telegrapher and by reason of staff
reductions finds himself without work as a
Telegrapher, he may then revert to the ranks of
Assistant Agent with seniority as such, displacing
(provided seniority as Assistant Agent is sufficient)
the junior permanently located Assistant Agent
on the Division where he is reduced from telgraph
service. If unable to do so, he may then (seniority
being sufficient) displace the junior permanently
located Assistant Agent on the promotion district.
A Telegrapher reverting to the ranks of Assistant
Agent under the foregoing provisions will be
entitled to work as a spare Telegrapher, according
to his seniority as a Telegrapher, on the Division
where he is established as an Assistant Agent.
6. The advertising, filling and abolishing of positions
and reduction of staff of Assistant Agents will be
governed by the provisions of Article 2, and exercise of seniority to another position will apply
only if Assistant Agent displaced is qualified by
experience.
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7. The assigned hours of duty for Assistant Agents
will be the same on all days of the week, and will be
so arranged that no undue hardship will be imposed upon an Agent in taking care of the business during any portion of the day when the
services of an Assistant Agent are most necessary.
If at points where there is only * one Assistant
Agent, the assistant agent is assigned rest days other
than Sunday different from those of the Agent,
he shall be relieved on the rest days which
are not rest days for the Agent unless otherwise
mutually agreed by the General 'Chairman and
General Manager.
8. The following graduated rates shall apply to all
newly employed occupants of Assistant Agents'
positions listed in this agreement:
Assistant Agents with less than six months'
service: $30.00 per month less than schedule
rate.
Over six months and less than one year's
service: $20.00 per month less than schedule
rate.
Over one year and less than eighteen months'
service: $10.00 per month less than schedule
rate.
After eighteen months' service, schedule rate
to apply.
9. Assistant Agents, who are engaged and have had
service in a similar capacity on other railways,
of which they can furnish proof, will be given
credit for such previous service in establishing
the rate of pay they are entitled to under the scale
provided in Paragraph 8.
10.  The Preamble and following Articles are  applicable to Assistant Agents:
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; Article   2, Paragraphs 1 to 32, exclusive of Paragraph 12,
Article   3, *
Article   4,
Article   5,
Article   6, Paragraph 1, 2 and 3,
Article   7,
Article   9,
Article 12, exclusive of Paragraph 20,
Article 13,
Article 14, Paragraphs 1 and 2,
Article 16, Paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 10 and 11,
Article 18, Paragraph 1,
Article 20
Article 2l'„ Paragraphs 3, 4, 5 and 6,
Article 22.
Article 26, Paragraphs 1 and 7.
Article 25
LEVERMEN
1. Except as otherwise specified herein, vacancies
in Levermen's positions, for which Levermen are
not available, shall be filled from the ranks of
spare Telegraphers and spare Assistant Agents.
2. Such vacancies shall be bulletined on the General
Superintendent's District and, (1) the senior spare
Telegrapher applying, or (2) the senior spare
Assistant Agent applying, shall be awarded the
position, subject to the terms of the current agreement covering service of Levermen.
3. In filling vacancies in positions of Levermen, for
which Levermen are not available, the Company,
at its discretion, may give preference to employees
of other classes who, by injury in the Company's
service, have been incapacitated for duty in their
own class of service.
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4. A spare Telegrapher or spare Assistant Agent
transferring to the Levermen's service under the
provisions of this Agreement will retain and
accumulate seniority as a Telegrapher, and/or
Assistant Agent until such time as he can hold
any permanent position as a Telegrapher, and/or
Assistant Agent, when seniority must be exercised
in such classification. If a spare Telegrapher or
spare Assistant Agent who has transferred to
Levermen's service and, under the terms of this
paragraph, returns to Telegrapher's or Assistant
Agent's service, he surrenders any seniority he
may have established as a Leverman.
5. A spare Telegrapher or spare Assistant Agent
who, under this Article, has worked as Leverman
and returned to the ranks of the Telegraphers
or Assistant Agents and who at a later date applies
for a Leverman's position will be given preference
over other spare Telegraphers and spare Assistant
Agents who have not worked as Levermen.
6. When a permanently established Leverman is
displaced or his position is abolished, he may
displace, if his seniority entitles him thereto, the
junior permanently established Leverman or the
junior temporarily established Leverman in the
order named, on his Superintendent's Division or
work spare on his Superintendent's Division. If
unable to displace either of them, he then may
displace the junior permanently established Leverman, or the junior temporarily established Leverman, in the order named, on the General Superintendent's District, or work spare on his Superintendent's Division.
7. When a temporarily established Leverman is displaced or his position is abolished, he may displace, if his seniority entitles him thereto, the
junior temporarily established Leverman on his
Superintendent's Division or work spare on his
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Superintendent's Division. If unable to displace
on his Superintendent's Division, he then may
displace the junior temporarily established Leverman on the General Superintendent's District or
work spare on his Superintendent's Division.
8. Where three consecutive tricks are worked, covering the twenty-four-hour period, the starting time
of the first trick will be at or beween 7.00 and
8.00 a.m.
9. When an additional Leverman's position is created,
the salary will not be less than the minimum rate
paid a Leverman in that tower.
10. The Preamble and following Articles are applicable to Levermen:
Arcticle   2, exclusive of Paragraphs 12, 16, 17, 18,
and 32 to 42, inclusive.
Article   3,
Article   4,
Article   5,
Article   6, Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3,
Article   7,
Article   9,
Article 12, exclusive of Paragraph 20,
Article 13,
Article 14, Paragraphs 1 and 2,
Article 16, Paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11,
Article 18, Paragraph 1,
Article 20
Article 21, Paragraph 3, 4, 5 and 6,
Article 22,
Article 26, Paragraphs 1 and 7.
Article 26
RATES OF PAY
1. Effective with the first shift worked following
8.58 p.m., E.S.T., August 30, 1950, monthly basic
rates of pay previously in effect were increased
by Fourteen Dollars and Fifty-six Cents.
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Minimum monthly rates for Telegraphers effective
June 1, 1951, are as follows:
Cartier and W.
East of    to E. Bound'y
Classification     Cartier     of B.C. Dist.     B.C. Dist.
Dispatchers—
Relieving    ....$350.00 $350.00 $350.00
1st year   350.00 350.00 350.00
2nd year   365.00 365.00 365.00
3rd year   390.00 390,00 390.00
Traffic Supervisors—
1st year   325.42
2nd year   334.71
Agents     228.35 237.35 245.35
Operators   .... 221.35 232.35 233.35
Asst. Agents.. 174.35 174.35 174.35
Levermen   .... 199.35 199.35 199.35
2. A Dispatcher after serving two hundred and fifty-
four cumulative days as Relief or Regular Dispatcher, or both, will receive the rate specified
above for second year Dispatchers. After serving
an additional two hundred and fifty-four cumulative days, he will receive the rate specified for
third year Dispatchers. Swing Dispatchers who
are required to work a portion of the time as
Dispatcher and balance as a Telegrapher will have
all such time counted as cumulative service as a
Dispatcher.
3. A Traffic Supervisor after serving two hundred
and fifty-four cumulative days as Relief or Regular Traffic Supervisor, or both, will receive the
rate specified above for second year Traffic Supervisor. Swing Traffic Supervisors who are assigned
to work a portion of the time as Traffic Supervisor
and balance-as a Telegrapher will have all such
time counted as cumulative service as a Traffic
Supervisor.
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4. The qualifying period of two hundred and fifty-
four days specified in Paragraphs 2 and 3 above
shall be modified in accordance with supplement
attached for service rendered prior to 1st June,
1951.
5. Relief Dispatchers, Relief Traffic Supervisors, and
Relief Agents will receive One Dollar and Fifty
Cents per day expenses while away from headquarters. The headquarters of Relief Dispatchers,
Relief Traffic Supervisors, and Relief Agents are
the headquarters of the Division unless they hold
established positions on the Division, in which
case the points where they are so established will
be considered their headquarters.
6. A Regular Swing Dispatcher will be paid regular
Dispatchers' rate when working as a Dispatcher.
When not so employed, he will receive salary of
position held, but, in no case less than Three
Hundred and Five Dollars and Forty-two cents
per month east of Cartier; Three Hundred and
Ten Dollars and Forty-two Cents, Cartier and
west to Eastern Boundary of British Columbia
District; and Three Hundred and Twelve Dollars
and Forty-two Cents per month on the British
Columbia District, and work will be provided so
that a full month's salary will be obtained.
7. Broken time for all classes covered by this Agreement will be computed on the number of days in
the month, exclusive of the regularly assigned rest
days and holidays mentioned in Article 12.
Article 27
EMERGENCY CLAUSE
In the event that the Government of Canada officially informs the Company and the Unions that
the international situation has created emergency
conditions which require extraordinary efforts on
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the part of all industry and all Canadians, it is
agreed that the unions will waive penalties ou
overtime which would not have been deemed to
be overtime under the contract existing as of
August 26th, 1950.
Article 28
FINAL SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
WITHOUT WORK STOPPAGE
All differences between the parties to this Agreement concerning its meaning or violation which
cannot be mutually adjusted shall be submitted
to Canadian Railway Board of Adjustment No. 1
for final settlement without stoppage of work.
Article 29
TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
This Agreement shall be effective 1st June, 1951,
and shall remain in full force and effect until
31st August, 1952, and thereafter subject to sixty
days' notice in writing from either party of their
desire to revise, amend or terminate it. Such
notice may be served at any time subsequent to
2nd July, 1952.
FOR THE COMPANY: FOR THE ORGANIZATION:
Asst. Vice-Pres. Personnel     System Gen. Chairman
Gen. Chairman Eastern Lines
61 Appendix "A"
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
File 120
Montreal, Dec. 23, 1936.
Four General Superintendents,
Eastern Lines.
Referring to my letter of the 1st May, 1936, and your
reply, regarding the application of the paragraph of
Article 1, of the Engineers' Schedule with reference
to payment of Engineers called as witnesses in Court
or before a Coroner's Inquest.
It is now understood in connection with this rule
for Engineers and the corresponding rules in Schedules
governing the services of Firemen, Conductors and
Trainmen, that when employees of these classes are
in regularly assigned service or set up in pool service
and are called as witnesses in Court by the Company
or before a Coroner's Inquest in a case in which the
Company is concerned, whether or not the calls as
witnesses before Coroner's Inquests are communicated
through the Company, they will be compensated to the
extent of wages which they would have earned except
for their absence, as a result of such calls, and in
addition they will be allowed reasonable expenses
incurred if required to be away from home. In cases
of employees of the classes mentioned who are on
spare boards, they will, in accordance with the
language of the rule, "be allowed time, minimum day's
pay, passenger rate for each twenty-four hours or
portion thereof detained from duty". In these cases
also, of course, actual expenses incurred While away
from home will be allowed. If employees are not
detained from duty, payment of wages is not required
but only reimbursement for any reasonable expenses
incurred. In the odd case which may occasionally
arise of an employee on the seniority list, but who is
neither regularly assigned, set up, or on spare board,
and therefore not really working for the Company at
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the time, arrangements would necessarily have to be
made individually as might be justified, and naturally
if an employee is subpoenaed for a case in Court other
than by the Company and is therefore not called by
the Company, no payment of wages is required unless,
in the opinion of the officers of the Company, there
are, according to the merits of the individual case,
some special circumstances to justify it. As provided
by the rule in which cases in which pay is allowed,
any witness fees and mileage are to be transferred by
the employee to the Company. The general application of the rule, according to this interpretation, will
secure uniform action, which has evidently not been
the case in the past.
(Signed) GEO. HODGE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Department of Personnel
Montreal, September 14, 1951
Mr. J. A. Cusack,
Chairman, Co-operative Board,
1001 Childs Building,
Winnipeg, Man.
Dear Sir:
The representations made by the Co-operative Board
at a meeting of October 12th, 1942, with reference to
compensation for attending Court or Coroner's Inquest
were given consideration.
During the discussions on this question reference was
made to the instructions issued under date of December
23, 1936, regarding the application of Article 1 of the
Engineers' Schedule with reference to payment of engineers called as witnesses in Court or before a
Coroner's  Inquest.    These   instructions   dearly  state
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the Conditions imder which compensation will be paid
by the Company to engineers in such cases, and also
when compensation will not be paid unless in the
opinion of the officers of the Company there are,
according to the merits of the individual case such
special circumstances to justify it.
It was the view of the Company that the conditions as stated in these instructions were fair and
reasonable, and in case the same principle had not
been applied generally in the payment of compensation to all employees when called as witnesses in
Court or before a Coroner's Inquest, instructions were
issued that the same principle was to be applied to
all other classes of employees, so as to remove any
possible misunderstanding and to assure uniformity.
Yours truly,
(Sgd.) J. R. KIMPTON
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Winnipeg, Man., July 3rd, 1940.
File 65505
Geo. Gilbert, Esq.,
General Chairman, O.R.T.,
162 Evanson Street,
Winnipeg, Man.
Dear Sir:
Referring to your letter of May 13th and our subsequent conversations in dealing with matters other
than those which you discussed with the Manager,
Department of Personnel, and with particular reference to Item 4 of the matters listed for discussion here,
as follows:
That no Telegrapher's name be deleted from the
seniority list of any Division except in case of death,
64
dismissal, resignation or unavailability for duty when
required after proper notice, unless authorized by the
General Committee.
It is understood between us that no Telegrapher's
name will be deleted from the seniority list on any
Division except in cases of death, dismissal, resignation
or unavailability for duty when required after proper
notice, unless by mutual agreement between the Company's officers and those representing your organization.
Yours truly,
(Sgd.) W. A. MATHER,
General Manager.
Copy
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Department of Personnel
Montreal,  October  8,  1947.
170.2
Geo.H.Baillie,Esq.
Vice -President,
VANCOUVER.
D.S.Thomson,Esq.    J.I.MacKay,Esq.
General Manager,    Gen. Manager,
TORONTO. WINNIPEG.
Dear Sirs:
.During negotiations with the representatives of the
Telegraphers, it was brought to light that on some
Districts where Agents have been on leave beyond
the usual specified period of their vacation, it has been
the practice to request these Agents to reimburse the
Company for the amount of expenses paid to the Relief
Agents over and above the regular vacation period.
It has now been mutually agreed that no deductions
of this character should be made in future.
65 Provision has also been made in the new Agreement that no deduction will be made for time lost in
making transfer in cases of bona fide sickness and/or
annual vacation. It is further mutually understood
with the representatives of the Telegraphers that special
consideration would be given to the question of also
allowing transfer time where a Telegrapher is absent
on account of sickness involving immediate members
of his family, each case to be fully dealt with on its
merits.
In the Preamble of the new Agreement, the following clause has been included:
"When electrical signal or switch devices are
installed and Telegraphers are required to
operate them, the work of the office shall, on
request of either party, be reviewed to determine
what adjustment in rate or allowance, if any,
would be justified, having regard to the relative
duties and responsibilities of the Telegraphers
concerned. This will also apply where the
responsibilities and services of Telegraphers are
materially affected due to the installation of
other electrical equipment."
and replaces the wording of the original clause submitted by the Employees, whidi read as follows:
"Telegraphers required to operate electrical
signal or switching devices, airport communications, radio booster facilities, or centralized traffic
control appliances will be allowed extra remuneration commensurate with the service and
responsibilities entailed as from the date of installation as shall mutually be agreed by officers
of the Company and the Organization."
You will note that the clause as agreed to provides
for review of the work in any office where such
changes have taken place, to determine whether or not
any adjustment in rate, or allowance, should be made.
66
In renewal of the instructions contained in Mr.
Hodge's letter of December 9, 1937, it is understood
that if a Relief Dispatcher out of work on his own
Division displaces a junior Relief Dispatcher on another
Division, he will not receive expense allowance unless
che junior Relief Dispatcher belonging to the Division,
whom he replaces, is entitled to receive such expense
allowance.
I shall be glad if you will kindly draw these particular matters to the attention of all concerned under
your jurisdiction.
Yours truly,
(Sgd.) J. R. KIMPTON,
Assist. Vice-President Personnel.
ces. J. A. Cusack, Esq.
L. B. Arscott, Esq.
Montreal, October 7, 1947.
170
Copy
Mr. J. A. Cusack,
640 Strathcona Street,
Winnipeg.
Dear Sir:
This will confirm our understanding that the Operators in the yard office at Vancouver, B.C., will no
longer be required to call crews as of the effective
date of the new Agreement, i.e., November 1, 1947.
Yours truly,
(Sgd.) J. R. KIMPTON,
Asst. Vice-President Personnel.
Montreal, February 15, 1923
HANDLING OF THE COMPANY'S FUNDS
That though the Audit Department recognizes only
the Agent, and rightly expects him to protect the Com-
67 pany's revenue against errors, carelessness and theft,
as far as possible, it is not intended to hold Agents
responsible for errors of members of their staffs, unless
it is established that reasonable precautions were not
taken by such Agents. An Agent going off duty at,
say, 5.00 pjm., and leaving Assistant in charge of
Station, should transfer a certain amount of cash to
Assistant, taking his receipt. The Assistant should
keep a "Scrap Cash Book" and leave a record for the
Agent of the business done and the cash taken in
during the evening. If there is no proper receptacle
In which Assistant can leave such cash, etc., with
reasonable safety when going off duty, he should carry
same on his person and transfer it to the Agent next
day. A Travelling Auditor who is checking an Agent
before such cash is turned in by Assistant cannot check
the Agent "short" for that money. Assistants receiving
money or very valuable packages off night trains
should, unless they can personally place same in safe,
call Agent or Cashier to do so. Agents are expected
to use judgment as to the duties and instructions given
Assistants in connection with these matters. If Assistants are furnished, who are inexperienced or otherwise incompetent, Agents should protect themselves
by reporting such facts to Superintendents, and, if
necessary, to Audit Office.
PROTECTION OF COMPANY'S FUNDS WHERE
NO SAFES ARE PROVIDED
When an Agent is on duty in the day time cash
should be carried in the till. If it is necessary for him
to leave the office unprotected, he, being acquainted
with local conditions, knows best what precautions
should be taken, and will use his own judgment. If
he considers it advisable to carry the funds in his
pocket, and the Auditor checks him up at that time,
it will be assumed that the cash in his pocket, equal
to the amount the Auditor's check shows what should
be in the till, is the Company's cash.
68
FURNISHING OF TYPEWRITERS
Where the Company considers it necessary to use
typewriters and/or adding machines, Telegraphers will
not be called upon to supply them.
REGARDING CHD3F CLERKS BEING USED TO
RELIEVE AGENTS AT SCHEDULE STATIONS
Upon representation by the Telegraphers' Committee that at certain of the larger schedule stations
the Chief Clerk has relieved the Agent when the latter
was on leave of absence without regular Relief Agent
having been given the opportunity to do the relieving,
it has been agreed that this practice will be brought
to the attention of the officers concerned, so that the
Relief Agent may be given the opportunity to fill the
positions above mentioned, if qualified.
CLEANING OF STATIONS
In connection with Article 11. The Telegraphers'
Committee claimed that where a certain amount has
been set to cover the cost of cleaning station offices,
waiting-rooms, etc., and the Agent has spent a sum
m excess of such amount (claiming to be unable to
have the work done for less), the Company has
declined to pay the excess. It is agreed that under
Article 11, the Agent should not be called upon to pay
any portion of the cost of cleaning, and, on the other
hand, should not exceed the amount set by the Superintendent without proper authority.
ESTABLISHMENT   OF   CARETAKER   AGENCD3S
DEFINITION OF TERM "STATION AGENT"
IN THE MEANING OF ARTICLE 1
The term "Station Agent" applies to any employee
assigned by proper authority to be the Company's
representative at any station who receives or remits
money or does the accounting of the Company's business at that point.
69 /
This term does not apply to a person in charge at
any agency outside the station premises, nor to any
employee assigned to a small agency on the station
premises to perform only the following duties: Sell
a limited number of tickets; check or receive baggage;
handle express business; and the necessary accounting
in connection with these duties; put freight under
shelter; and keep station building comfortable for the
public.
No change will be made involving the replacing
of a Station Agent by a Caretaker Agent at a place
at Which tickets are sold in the Station building before
the matter is first discussed with the Management by
the General Chairman.
Employees at any station other than where Telegraphers or Station Agents are in charge will not be
permitted, nor given facilities for doing the Company's
telegraph or telephone work.
DWELLING ACCOMMODATION
The Company has agreed that station dwellings
should be sanitary, comfortable and adequate; that
special consideration will be given to the requirements
for living accommodation at outlying points where, on
account of the adoption of the eight-hour day, additional Operators are employed, and that Telegraphers'
representations will be brought to the notice of the
Chief Engineer for consideration in connection with
plans for new buildings.
THE ORDER OF RAILROAD TELEGRAPHERS
System Division No. 7
IT IS HEREBY AGREED, BY AND BETWEEN:
The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company
and
its employees,
represented by
The Order of Railroad Telegraphers,
70
THAT:
The Schedule Agreement, by and between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and its employees,
represented by The Order of Railway Telegraphers^
effective November 1, 1947, shall apply in its entirety,'
with the exception noted below, with regard to rules
and working conditions to employees, represented by
The Order of Railroad Telegraphers, employed by the
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company.
EXCEPTION:
That employees of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo
Railway Company, represented by The Order of Railroad Telegraphers, shall exercise seniority on Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway territory only.
SIGNED at VANCOUVER, B.C.,
this   1st   day  of  MARCH,   1948.
FOR THE EMPLOYEES:
FOR THE COMPANY:
Represented by
The Order of '
Railroad Telegraphers.
(Sgd.)
(Sgd.) J. A. CUSACK,        E. S. McCRACKEN.
System General Chairman.
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
Montreal, January 20, 1922.
It is agreed between the officers of The Order of
Railroad Telegraphers and the Brotherhood of Railway
and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and
Station Employees, on the Canadian Pacific Railway,
that, subject to the provisions hereinafter stated, The
Order of Railroad Telegraphers shall relinquish jurisdiction over Assistant Agents at the following offices:
71 (
Eastern Lines Number  of  positions  now
listed in Telegraphers' wage
Offices scale  of  Assistant  Agents
St. Stephen, N.B  6
Woodstock,  N.B  6
Megantic, Que  6
Farnham, Que  4
St. Johns, Que  7
Jacques Cartier Jct., Que  6
Westmount, Que  3
Highlands, Que   4
Adirondack Jct., Que  5
Joliette,  Que.  5
Ottawa Central Depot, Ont  12
Hull West, Que.  9
Renfrew, Ont  6
Pembroke,  Ont  6
Brockville, Ont  6
Perth, Ont  5
London Depot, Ont  2
Goderich, Ont  4
Chalk River, Ont  5
Timiskaming, Que  4
Sturgeon Falls.  Ont  4
Total—21 offices 115 positions
Western Lines Number of positions  now
listed in Telegraphers' wage
Offices scale  of  Assistant  Agents
Kenora, Ont ;  3
Emerson, Man.  .  5
Portage, Man  6
North Portal, Sask  10
Weyburn, Sask  5
Estevan,   Sask  4
MacLeod, Alta  1
Banff, Alta  1
Strathcona, Alta  2
Wetaskiwin, Alta  3
72
Red Deer, Alta  6
Camrose, Alta . 4
Field, B.C  1
Revelstoke, BjC  2
Kamloops, B.C  3
Nelson, B.C  4
Fernie, BC  3
Cranbrook, B.C  3
New Westminster, B.C  5
Total—19 offices  .  71 positions
System Total
Eastern Lines—21 offices ..115 positions
Western Lines—19 offices   71 positions
Total for the System—40 offices  186 positions
Provisions of Agreement, as referred to in first
paragraph of this Memorandum of Agreement:
(1) If the Chief Executives of the two Organizations concur in the recommendation as set forth to
them in our letter of date, namely, that the understanding at which we have today arrived should be
considered as a permanent settlement of the jurisdictional question, the adjustment of offices and positions therein, as set forth above, shall, without further
negotiations between the two Organizations, constitute
a permanent settlement of the question of jurisdiction
over Assistant Agents on the Canadian Pacific Railway.
>(2) The Order of Railroad Telegraphers shall continue to exercise jurisdiction over the above named
offices and positions until such time as the Management of the Canadian Pacific Railway agrees to their
representation by the Brotherhood of Railway and
Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and
Station Employees. To facilitate this, it is understood
and agreed that if the Chief Executives concur in our
recommendation of date, we shall, as soon as possible
thereafter, jointly take up the question of transfer with
the  Management  of  the   Canadian  Pacific   Railway
73 Company, and at the same time also ask them to agree
to protection of the rights of Assistant Agents, who,
under the Telegraphers' rules, now hold seniority in
both classes of service. There are very few such
positions.
A. E. CHAPMAN,
Chairman Eastern Lines.
F. H. HALL,
Chairman Eastern Lines.
GEORGE GILBERT,
Chairman Western Lines.
The Order of Railroad
Telegraphers.
(Approved by E. J. Manion, Feb. 1, 1922)
(Approved by E. H. Fitzgerald, Feb. 14, 1922)
W. E. TURNER,
Chairman Western Lines.
Brother  of  Railway   and
Steamship Clerks, Freight
Handlers,    Express    and
Station Employees.
GENERAL
The Management has assured the Organization that
the rules embodied in the Articles of this Agreement
will be faithfully adhered to by the officers of the
Company.
It is impossible to draft General Rules which will
meet all circumstances, or to foresee conditions which
may arise in the future, therefore, Telegraphers are
enjoined to be reasonable and fair in their judgment
of cases not clearly covered by any of the rules before
making them the subject of grievances.
All questions in dispute must first be referred to
the officer of the Company having immediate jurisdiction, by the Telegrapher aggrieved. If reasonable
efforts in this direction do not result in a satisfactory
adjustment of the case he may then file a statement
giving full particulars, together with all correspondence
74
in connection with the matter, with his Local Chairman, who will give it prompt attention.
After a Telegrapher has exhausted his individual
efforts with the Superintendent and has turned a case
over to Local Chairman, he should not again take up
the case himself with any officer of the Company, for
if he does, the case will be dropped by the Organization.
75 Overtime Rates of Pay for Employees Under the
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43*.
431.
236.35
236.85
237.35
237.85
238.35
238.85
239.35
239.85
240.35
240.85
241.35
241.85
242.35
242.42
242.85
243.35
243.85
244.35
244.42
244.85
245.35
245.42
245.85.
246.35
246.42
246.85
247.35
43*.
43!.
44 .
44*.
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44!.
45 .
45 .
45*.
45^.
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46 .
46*.
247.42 1.46*.
247.85.
248.35.
248.42.
248.85.
249.35.
249.42.
249.85.
250.35.
250.42.
250.85.
251.35.
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.14
141
.14|
.141
.151
15!
16
16|
• 16|
17
17|
17|
17!
181
18*
18!
19*
191
19!
20
201
20|
21
21
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21!
22
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22! New Rate
Pro Rata
$251.
251.
252.
252.
253.
253.
253.
254.
254.
254.
255.
255.
255.
256.
256.
257.
257.
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267.
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.$1.
.48*.
,48!_
.49*.
.49*.
.49!.
49!_
.50 .
.50*.
.501.
.50|.
.51 .
.51 .
.511.
.51*.
.51!.
.52 .
.521.
.52*.
.521.
.53 .
.53*.
.53|.
.53!.
.54 .
.541.
.54|.
.54!.
.55 .
.55!.
.55!.
.56 .
.561.
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.57 .
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.571.
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.58*.
80
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22!
.23*
.231
.24
.24*
.24*
.25
.25|
25|
.25!
.26*
.261
.26!
.271
.271
.28
.28
.28§
.29
• 29|
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.301
.30!
.30!
.311
.311
.32
• 32|
.33
.331
.33!
.341
.34!
.351
. 0O2
.36
.36|
.37
.37*
.37!
*
New Rate
$268.85	
Pr
 $1
269.35	
270.35..	
270.85	
271.35	
271.85	
272.35.-_...
272.85	
273.35	
273.85	
274.35	
274.85	
275.35.--..
275.85.-_-
276.35	
276.85	
277.35	
277.85	
278.35	
278.85	
279.35	
279.85_	
280.35	
281.35	
281.85	
282.35	
282.85	
283.35	
284.35	
284.85	
285.35	
286.35.	
287.35	
288.35.	
289.35.......
290.35	
291.35	
291.85	
292.35	
292.85	
293.35	
.59 .
.59*.
.591.
.60 .
.601.
.601.
.61 .
.611.
.61*.
611.
.621.
.62*.
.621.
.63 .
631.
.63*.
,64 _
64* _
64*.
64! _
65 _
65*.
65!_
66*.
66*.
66!_
67*.
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68 _
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68!_
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.42!
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49!
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50!
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52
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52!
53!
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55|
56*
57*
581
58*
59
59*
60 New Rate Pro Rata
$293.85 ..
294.35	
294.85	
295.35	
296.35	
297.35.	
297.85..	
298.35	
299.35 ..
300.35	
301.35	
301.85	
302.35	
303.35	
304.35	
304.85	
305.35 __.
306.35	
307.35	
308.35	
309.35	
310.35	
311.35	
311.85	
312.29	
312.35	
313.35	
314.35	
314.85.	
315.35	
316.35	
316.85	
317.35	
318.35	
318.85	
319.35	
320.35	
321.35..	
322.35 ...
323.35	
324.35	
t^
$1.73! $2.60*
1.74  2.60!
1.74*  2.61*
1.74*  2.611
1.751  2.62*
1.75!  2.63*
1.76 ... 2.64
1.76*  2.64*
1.77  2.65*
1.77*  2.65*
1.78 ^-__ 2.67
1.78*  2.67*
1.78!  2.68
1.79*  2.68!
1.79!  2.69!
1.80*  2.70*
1.80*  2.701
1.81 _._  2.71*
1.81*  2.72*
1.82*  2.73*
1.82!  2.74
1.83*  2.75
1.84  2.76
1.84*  2.76*
1.84*  2.76!
1.84* ._-_. 2.76!
1.85*  2.77!
1.85!  2.78*
1.86  2.79
1.86*  2.79*
1.87  2.80*
1.87*  2.80!
1.87*  2.81*
1.88  2.82
1.88*   2.82*
1.88!-..  2.83
1.89*- --- 2.83!
1.90  _. 2.84!
1.90*  2.85!
1.91  2.86*
1.911  2.87*
82
1
i
New Rate
$325.35-
325.42..
326.35..
326.85..
327.35..
328.35..
329.35..
330.35-
331.22-
331.35..
331.85..
332.35..
333.35-
334.35-
334.71-
335.35..
336.35-
336.85..
337.35..
338.35..
339.35..
340.35..
340.85..
341.35..
341.85..
342.35..
343.35..
344.35..
345.35..
346.35—
347.35..
348.35-
349.35..
350.00-
350.35..
351.35..
352.35..
353.35..
354.35..
355.35..
356.35..
Pro Rate f^
$1.92*.___ $2.88*
1.92* 2.881
1.92! 2.89*
1.931 2.89*
1.93* 2.90
1.94 2.91
1.94* 2.91!
1.95* 2.92!
1.95! 2.93*
1.95! 2.93*
1.96 2.94
1.96* 2.941
1.97 2.95*
1.97* 2.96*
1.97! 2.961
1.98*_ — _ 2.971
1.98! ---- 2.98
1.99 ... 2.981
1.991 2.99
2.00 2.99!
2.00* 3.00!
2.01 3.01*
2.01* 3.02
2.01! 3.021
2.02 3.03
2.02* 3.03*
2.03 3.04*
2.03*  3.05
2.04 3.06
2.04!  3.07
2.05* 3.07!
2.05! 3.08!
2.06* 3.09*
2.06! 3.10
2.07 3.101
2.07* 3.11*
2.08* 3.121
2.08! 3.13
2.09* 3.14
2.10 3.14!
2.10* 3.15!
83 New Rate Pro Rata t%
$357.35 $2.11*  ..$3.16!
358.35 . 2.11! 3.17*
359.35 2.12* 3.18*
360.35 2.13
365.00 2.15!.
366.85 2.161.
367.21 2.17 .
386.85 2.28*.
390.00 2
391.85 2
30*.
31*.
3.19*
3.23*
3.25
3.25*
3.42|
3.45*
3.47*
Table for Use in Computing Broken Time Decimal
Equivalents of Days for 19- to 23-Day Months
19
20
21
22
23
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Mth. ]
Days
s Mth.
Mth.
Mth.
Mth.
Days
1
.05263
.05
.04762
.04545
.04348
1
2
.10526
.10
.09524
.09091
.08696
2
3
.15789
.15
.14286
.13636
.13043
3
4
.21053
.20
.19048
.18182
.17391
4
5
.26316
.25
.23810
.22727
.21739
5
6
.31579
.30
.28571
.27272
.26087
6
7
.36842
.35
.33333
.31818
.30435
7
8
.42105
.40
.38095
.36363
.34782
8
9
.47368
.45
.42857
.40909
.39130
9
10
.52632
.5
.47619
.45454
.43478
10
11
.57895
.55
.52381
.5
.47826
11
12
.63158
.60
.57143
.54545
.52174
12
13
.68421
.65
.61905
.59090
... 56521
13
14
.73684
.7
.66667
.63636
.60869
14
15
.78947
.75
.71429
.68181
.65217
15
16
.84211
.8
.76190
Part Days
.72726
.69565
16
i
4
.01316
.0125
.01190
.01136
.01087
i
4
1
2
.02632
.025
.02381
.02273
.02174
1
2
3
4
.03947
.0375
.03571
.03409
.03261
3
4
These fractions apply regardless of salary.
84
V
Ixaxnpie: A man works 10 days in a 23 working day
month whose salary is $170.00.
$170.00 x .43478—$73.91 is the answer.
If a man works 10| days in a 23-day month add the
decimal opposite half which is .02174 to the decimal
opposite 10 which is .43478, then multiply the salary
by the result, which in this case would be .45652.
$170.00 x .45652—$77.61 is the answer.
The working days of any month are found by subtracting the assigned rest days and the legal holidays from the
total days in the month. To arrive at the pro rata hourly
rate divide the monthly salary by 169 £, and to find the
time and one-half rate diviae salary by 112.9. Carry
fractions to quarters.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Supplement to Agreement effective June 1, 1951,
between the Company and its Train Dispatchers,
Traffic Supervisors, Agents, Operators, Assistant
Agents and Levermen, referred to in Article 21,
Clause 4, and Article 26, Clause 4.
The qualifying period ^ expressed in days shall be
modified as follows for service rendered prior to 1st June,
1951. Employees completing one year's continuous or
cumulative service in the following months will require
service days as shown:
July  " 	
 301 "
Aug. " 	
 297 "
Sept. " 	
 293 "
Oct.  " 	
 289 "
Nov. " 	
 284 M
Dec. " 	
 279 "
Jan. 1952.	
 275 "
Feb.  "	
 271 "
Mar. " 	
 266 "
Apr.  " 	
 -262 "
May "	
 258 "
85 Memorandum of Agreement between the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company and its Train Dispatchers,
Traffic Supervisors, Agents, Operators, Assistant
Agents and Levermen, represented by The Order
of Railroad Telegraphers, covering certain provisions
of the forty-hour work week agreement signed at
Montreal on January 30, 1951.
(a) Bulletin Rule:
Existing assignments reduced to a five-day basis under
this agreement shall not be considered new jobs under
bulletin rules and employees will not be permitted to
exercise displacement privileges as a result of such
reductions. However, employees will be notified of
their assigned rest days by the posting of notices or
otherwise.
(b) Transition Period:
In view of the difficulties that may be experienced in
establishing the shorter work week, it is agreed that
between the dates of June 1, 1951, and August 31,
1951, the overtime provisions to be established in
conformity with Forty-Hour Week Agreement shall
be modified as follows:
(i) Where it is not possible to provide regular reliej
for a position regularly assigned to work on one
or more rest days of the incumbent, and the
incumbent is therefore required to perform the
duties of the position on such rest day or days,
he shall be paid at pro rata rates for all service
which would not have required the payment of
penalty rates under agreements in effect prior to
September 1, 1950, and at penalty rates only for
service whicn would have required payment of
penalty rates under agreements in effect prior to
September 1, 1950.
(ii) Where it has not been possible to increase staffs
in a shop or establishment sufficiently to maintain
output at the level attained prior to May 31, 1951,
and. in order to achieve such level of output it is
86
necessary to work such shop or establishment in
excess of 40 hours per week, such excess hours
which would, under the agreement in effect prior
to September 1, 1950, have been paid for at pro
rata rates shall continue to be paid for at pro
rata rates, and only such hours as would have
required the payment of penalty rates under
agreements in effect prior to September 1, 1950,
shall be paid for at penalty rates.
For the Company:
For the Employees:
Asst. Vice-President,
Personnel.
System General
Chairman.
General Chairman
Eastern Lines.
87 NEW BRUNSWICK DISTRICT
BROWNVILLE DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
St. John "BU" ...1st Operator No $245.35
2nd Operator No 243.35
Fairville  .Agent". No 271.35
1st Operator No 245.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
3rd Operator No 245.35
Bay Shore 1st Operator No 241.35
West St. John 1st Operator No 227.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Musquash . Agent and Opr—Yes 228.35
Pennfield Agent and Opr._ .Yes 228.35
St. George Agent and Opr.__Yes 239.35
Westfield Beach Agent and Opr. _ _ No 249.35
Welsford Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 243.35
2nd Operator No 222.35
3rd Operator No 222.35
Hoyt... Agent and Opr.__Yes 242.35
Fredericton Jct... Agent and Opr._ .Yes 271.35
2nd Operator No 244.35
3rd Operator No 244.35
4th Operator .... No 244.35
Fredericton Agent No 311.85
1st Operator No 244.35
2nd Operator No 244.35
Harvey  ..Agent and Opr.. .Yes 243.35
2nd Operator No 222.35
3rd Operator No 222.35
McAdam. ...Agent  No 311.85
1st Operator No 247.35
2nd Operator No 247.35
3rd Operator No 247.35
4th Operator No 247.35
Boundary, Que.-.»•.„.-1st Operator No 221.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
88
Assistant Agents
Fairville  Freight Clerk. _.
Form Clerk	
Form Clerk	
St. George   Assistant Agent.
Fredericton Jct. _ _ Assistant Agent.
Harvey Assistant Agent.
-$206.35
- 201.35
- 201.35
. 174.35
- 201.35
. 186.35
NEW BRUNSWICK DISTRICT
WOODSTOCK DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
St. Andrews Agent and Opr._ .No $281.85
2nd Operator No 221.35
St. Stephen Agent and Opr.__No 294.85
2nd Operator No 231.35
Watt Jct _.__ Agent and Opr.__Yes.___ 230.85
Canterbury .... Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 244.85
Debec Jct._  Agent and Opr._ .Yes  247.85
2nd Operator No 221.35
Woodstock _ .Agent and Opr._ _No 293.85
1st Operator No 239.85
2nd Operator No 229.85
Hartland— .Agent and Opr._ .No  271.85
2nd Operator No 227.35
Florenceville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 248.85
Bristol Agent and Opr._ .No 241.85
Bath Agent and Opr.__Yes 247.35
Upper Kent — Agent and Opr. _ _ No 231.85
Perth Jct Agent and Opr.. .Yes 260.35
2nd Operator No 223.35
Plaster Rock .Agent and Opr._ .No 239.35
Andover  Agent and Opr.. .No 228.35
Aroostook  _ .Agent  No 267.85
1st Operator.__.No 230.35
2nd Operator No 229.35
3rd Operator No 227.35
Grand Falls —Agent and Opr.__No 257.85
Edmunston Agent  No 257.85
1st Operator No 221.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
89 Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Chipman  -Agent and Opr.. .No $259.35
Minto  .—Agent and Opr.__No 254.35
North Devon Agent and Opr._ .No 236.35
Burtts Corner Agent and Opr—Yes 229.85
Otis—  Agent and Opr...No 228.35
Millville Agent and Opr.. .No 236.85
Assistant Agents
St. Andrews Assistant Agent $197.85
Checker 174.35
Woodstock Chief ClerkY-frt^--"--- 210^85
Baggageman  200.85
Clerk 201.85
Shedman  __ 200.85
Assistant Shedman 184.35
Canterbury Assistant Agent 174.35
Hartland Assistant Agent 199.85
Florenceville Assistant Agent 174.35
Bristol  Assistant Agent 174.35
Bath   .Assistant Agent __ 198.85
Andover..  Assistant Agent _. 174.85
Perth Jct Assistant Agent 199.85
Plaster Rock. Assistant Agent  197.85
Aroostook 1st Asst. Agent 200.85
2nd Asst. Agent  196.85
3rd Asst. Agent 174.35
Grand Falls  1st Asst. Agent _ 199.85
2nd Asst. Agent. . _ 174.35
Edmunston  Clerk  210.85
Shedman  199.85
Asst. Shedman  184.35
Chipman   Assistant Agent  184.35
Minto  1st Asst. Agent  199.85
2nd Asst. Agent 184.35
3rd Asst. Agent 174.35
90
QUEBEC DISTRICT
FARNHAM DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Megantic  Agent No.. ..$303.35
1st Operator No 258.85
2nd Operator No 258.85
3rd Operator No 258.85
Spring Hill  Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Milan —Agent and Opr.__Yes 244.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Scotstown -Agent and Opr. _ .No 261.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
3rd Operator No 232.35
Bury  .Agent and Opr.__No 251.35
Cookshire  Agent and Opr.__No 263.85
2nd Operator No 232.35
3rd Operator No 232.35
Johnville ...Agent and Opr._.No 228.35
Lennoxville Agent and Opr.. _ No 281.35
2nd Operator No 233.35
Lennoxville Tower 1st Operator No 233.35
2nd Operator No 233.35
3rd Operator No 233.35
Sherbrooke — 1st Operator No 259.35
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 251.85
4th Operator No 259.35
Magog  Agent  No 303.35
1st Operator No 245.85
2nd Operator No 236.85
3rd Operator No 234.85
Eastray  Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 241.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Foster Agent and Opr—No 255.85
2nd Operator No 235.85
3rd Operator No 234.85
West Shefford Agent and Opr. _. No 233.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
91 s^
(
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Adamsville ..Agent and Opr._ _Yes_._.$228.35
Brookport Agent and Opr.. .No 259.35
2nd Operator No 249.35
3rd Operator No — 249.35
Highwater Agent and Opr.. _ No 239.35
Sutton Agent and Opr.. .No 259.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
3rd Operator No 232.35
Enlaugra.  Agent and Opr.-.No 237.35
Cowansville.. Agent No 236.35
1st Operator No 230.35
2nd Operator No 230.35
Farnham (Station) Agent No 328.35
1st Operator No 252.85
2nd Operator No 252.85
3rd Operator No 257.85
Farnham (Yard) 1st Operator No 236.35
2nd Operator No 236.35
3rd Operator No 236.35
Versailles  Operator No 221.35
Iberville Agent and Opr.. _No 249.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
St. Johns Agent No 338.35
1st Operator No 246.35
2nd Operator No 246.35
Lacadie Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 231.35
Delson Agent No 275.35
1st Operator No 238.35
2nd Operator No 238.35
3rd Operator No 238.35
St. Guillaume Agent and Opr. _ _ No 241.35
St. Hughes Agent and Opr.__No 232.35
St. Rosalie Jct Agent and Opr._ .No 241.35
St. Hyacinthe Agent and Opr._ .No 289.35
2nd Operator No 231.35
St. Pie Agent and Opr.__No 234.35
Abbotsford  _ Agent and Opr. _ _ No 229.35
Bedford Agent and Opr.. .Yes 272.35
Stanbridge Agent and Opr.__No 233.35
Valcourt  Agent and Opr...No 228.35
92
^
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Knowlton..  Agent and Opr._ .Yes $234.35
Waterloo Agent and Opr._ .Yes 246.35
South Roxton Agent and Opr.__No 228.35
Roxton Falls Agent and Opr._ .No 231.35
Actonvale  Agent and Opr._ .No 232.35
Drummondville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 300.35
2nd Operator No 231.85
Sawyerville Agent and Opr. _ .No 246.35
Assistant Agents
Scotstown Assistant Agent $179.35
Lennoxville  Assistant Agent 188.35
Magog .1st Asst. Agent 201.35
2nd Asst. Agent 194.35
3rd Asst. Agent 194.35
Brookport..__ .Assistant Agent—  180.35
Delson  —1st Asst. Agent  193.35
2nd Asst. Agent 183.35
3rd Asst. Agent. 176.35
4th Asst. Agent 176.35
5th Asst. Agent 176.35
6th Asst. Agent 174.35
7th Asst. Agent 174.35
Cowansville _ 1st Asst. Agent  180.35
2nd Asst. Agent 174.35
Sutton  Assistant Agent 194.35
St. Hyacinthe. — -1st Asst. Agent.. 203.35
2nd Asst. Agent 188.35
Waterloo — 1st Asst. Agent... 192.35
2nd Asst. Agent 175.35
Drummondville Chief Clerk 217.35
Cashier 203.35
Stenographer 186.85
1st Asst. Agent  193.35
2nd Asst. Agent.. _ 182.35
3rd Asst. Agent 176.35
Bedford Assistant Agent 174.35
Levermen
Farnham  1st Leverman. _ .$210.42
2nd Leverman 210.42
3rd Leverman 210.42
93 f
QUEBEC DISTRICT
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Park Ave.     1st Supervisor...No $334.71
2nd Supervisor...No 334.71
3rd Supervisor...No 334.71
Operator No 249.35
Windsor St. Stn .1st Operator No.. _ _ 259.85
2nd Operator No 259.85
Westmount Agent and Opr.__No 268.35
Montreal West ...Agent No 263.35
1st Operator No 251.85
2nd Operator No 251.85
Ballantyne 1st Operator No 256.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
Adirondack Jct Agent. Yes 278.35
1st Operator No 245.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
3rd Operator No 240.35
LaSalle   Agent and Opr. _ .No 264.35
2nd Operator No 239.35
Sortin  1st Operator No 245.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
South Jct 1st Operator No 245.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
3rd Operator No 245.35
St. Luc   1st Operator No 256.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
Hampstead 1st Operator No 256.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
Breslay 1st Operator No 244.35
2nd Operator No 244.35
3rd Operator No.... 244.35
Jacques Cartier Jct Agent and Opr—No 274.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
3rd Operator No___. 245.35
94
Station
Mile End...
Hochelaga.
Windsor Station.
Westmount	
(Glen Yard)
Montreal West.
Ballantyne	
Occupation        Dwelling
.Agent. _ -_No__
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No_ _
3rd Operator No _ _
.1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No__
Levermen
.1st Leverman	
2nd Leverman	
3rd Leverman	
.1st Leverman	
2nd Leverman	
3rd Leverman	
.1st Leverman	
2nd Leverman	
3rd Leverman	
.1st Leverman	
2nd Leverman	
3rd Leverman	
Rate
.$331.22
. 250.35
. 249.35
. 249.35
. 244.35
. 244.35
. 244.35
.$225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
. 225.42
225.42
225.42
QUEBEC DISTRICT
LAURENTIAN DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Quebec ..1st Operator No $259.85
2nd Operator No 259.85
3rd Operator No 259.85
Cadorna 1st Operator No 247.85
2nd Operator No 246.85
3rd Operator No____ 244.85
Lorette.. -Agent and Opr.. .No 228.35
Belair— _ .Agent and Opr.__Yes 232.35
Pont Rouge Agent and Opr.. .Yes 252.35
St. Basile Agent and Opr.__No 238.35
Portneuf. _  Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 247.35
2nd Operator No 224.35
3rd Operator No 224.35
Lachevrotiere Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 237.35
95 c
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
La Perade __. Agent and Opr...Yes $245.35
Batiscan Agent and Opr—Yes 238.35
Champlain Agent and Opr._ .Yes 230.35
Trois Rivieres Agent No 362.35
1st Operator No 258.85
2nd Operator No 258.85
3rd Operator No 258.85
Cap de la Madeleine._.Agent and Opr._ .No 272.35
St. Maurice Agent and Opr._ .No 229.35
Grandes Piles Agent and Opr. _ _ No 234.35
Shawinigan Falls Agent No 338.35
1st Operator No 253.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
Grand 'Mere Agent and Opr._ _No__._ 279.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
Pointe dn Lac Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 233.35
Yamachiche Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 248.35
Louiseville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 251.85
2nd Operator No 225.85
Maskinonge Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.35
St. Barthelemy. Agent and Opr. _ _ No 239.35
St. Cuthbert Agent and Opr._ .Yes 228.35
Berthier Agent and Opr., .Yes 235.35
Berthierville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 286.35
Lanoraie Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. _ _ _ 270.85
2nd Operator No. _ _. 246.85
3rd Operator No 246.85
Joliette Agent and Opr._ .Yes 307.35
2nd Operator No 243.35
St. Felix Agent and Opr.__Yes 238.35
St. Gabriel Agent and Opr._ .No 245.35
L'Epiphanie. Agent and Opr—Yes 243.35
Terrebonne Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 254.35
St. Vincent de Paul Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.35
St. Martin Jct Agent and Opr.__Yes 278.35
2nd Operator No 254.35
3rd Operator No 254.35
Bordeaux Agent and Opr._ .No 247.35
Park Ave 1st Operator No 269.35
(Dispatcher's Office) 2nd Operator No 269.35
Ste. Rose Agent and Opr Yes 236.35
96
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Ste. Therese Agent No__
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No
3rd Operator No...
St. Scholastique. .Agent and Opr._ _No__.
St. Hermas  Agent and Opr. _ _Yes__
Lachute—  Agent No. _
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No. _
Staynerville  Agent and Opr.. _Yes__
Marelan  ....Agent and Opr.__No__.
Calumet Agent and Opr No...
2nd Operator No. _.
Fassett Agent and Opr._ _No__
Montebello  Agent and Opr.. _No__.
Papineauville . Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes._
Thurso Agent and Opr._ _Yes__
Buckingham Jet Agent and Opr. _ _ No _ _.
Buckingham Agent and Opr._ _No__.
Templeton  Agent and Opr._ _No__.
Gatineau Agent No...
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No	
St. Lin..._ Agent and Opr No...
Bruchesi  _.Agent and Opr._ .No. ..
St. Lin Jct. Agent and Opr Yes...
Bouchard— _..Agent and Opr.__No...
St. Jerome  Agent and Opr._ _No__.
2nd Operator No	
Shawbridge ...Agent and Opr.. .Yes...
Mont Rolland Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Ste. Marguerite Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Val David .Agent and Opr.. .Yes...
Ste. Agathe _.Agent and Opr._ _No._.
2nd Operator No	
St. Faustin  Agent and Opr._ _Yes...
St. Jovite Agent and Opr.. _ Yes. _.
Mont Tremblant Agent and Opr. _ _ No. ..
Labelle... Agent and Opr Yes...
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
97
Rate
-$260.35
- 252.85
- 252.85
- 243.85
. 244.35
. 230.35
- 312.35
. 233.35
. 233.35
- 252.35
. 233.35
. 252.35
. 227.35
. 245.35
. 247.35
. 247.35
- 242.35
. 264.35
. 263.35
. 235.35
. 304.35
. 239.35
. 239.35
. 245.35
. 230.35
. 232.35
239.35
307.35
237.35
233.35
247.35
233.35
230.35
295.35
249.35
238.35
238.35
233.35
253.85
231.35
231.35
7 Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Annonciation , Agent and Opr.__Yes $245.35
Nominingue  Agent and Opr. _ .No 240.35
Lac Saguay  Agent and Opr._.Yes 233.35
Barrette   Agent and Opr.—Yes 233.35
Mont Laurier Agent and Opr.__Yes 243.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Assistant Agents
Pont Rouge Assistant Agent $184.35
Portneuf Assistant Agent 174.35
Cap de la Madeleine Assistant Agent 189.35
Shawinigan Falls Chief Clerk 237.35
Cashier 216.35
1st Asst. Agent... 209.35
2nd Asst. Agent. 201.35
3rd Asst. Agent _.__ 196.35
4th Asst. Agent 195.85
Grand'Mere 1st Asst. Agent. 215.35
2nd Asst. Agent  200.35
3rd Asst. Agent 199.35
Louiseville   Assistant Agent 184.35
Berthierville —Assistant Agent  189.35
Lanoraie..  Assistant Agent  190.35
St. Felix Assistant Agent 185.35
St. Gabriel Assistant Agent 184.35
Terrebonne   Assistant Agent ._ 174.35
St. Martin Jct... -Assistant Agent 194.35
Ste. Therese -1st Asst. Agent. _ 219.35
2nd Asst.
3rd Asst.
4th Asst.
Lachute 1st Asst.
2nd Asst.
3rd Asst.
Staynerville Assistant Agent : 183.35
Montebello Assistant Agent . 174.35
Papineauville Assistant Agent 185.35
Thurso  ...Assistant Agent—.... 177.35
Buckingham Jct 1st Asst. Agent 195.35
2nd Asst. Agent 184.35
98
Agent 189.35
Agent..  184.35
Agent _. 174.35
Agent 225.35
Agent—. 203.85
Agent. 191.35
Buckingham 1st Asst. Agent. _ .$210.35
2nd Asst. Agent 195.35
3rd Asst. Agent 174.35
Gatineau Chief Clerk  214.35
1st Clerk 199.35
2nd Clerk 199.35
3rd Clerk  _ 199.35
4th Clerk  _ 199.35
St. Jerome 1st Asst. Agent  225.35
2nd Asst. Agent 199.35
3rd Asst. Agent. _ 190.35
4th Asst. Agent  190.35
Shawbridge Assistant Agent. __ 174.35
Mont Rolland 1st Asst. Agent 184.35
2nd Asst. Agent.  174.35
Ste. Marguerite Assistant Agent 174.35
Ste. Agathe 1st Asst. Agent 216.35
2nd Asst. Agent  199.35
St. Jovite Assistant Agent — 174.35
Mont Tremblant Assistant Agent _ 174.35
Labelle Assistant Agent 184.35
Annonciation Assistant Agent 174.35
Mont Laurier 1st Asst. Agent 207.35
2nd Asst. Agent  174.35
3rd Asst. Agent 174.35
4th Asst. Agent 174.35
Trois Rivieres.
Levermen
_lst Leverman $200.42
2nd Leverman 200.42
3rd Leverman 200.42
QUEBEC DISTRICT
SMITHS FALLS DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Dorval Agent and Opr.__Yes_.
2nd Operator No. _
Beaconsfield Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes..
St. Annes Agent and Opr.__No__
99
Rate
.$239.85
. 226.35
. 240.35
. 252.35 (
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Vaudreuil Agent and Opr.. .No $261.85
2nd Operator No 241.85
3rd Operator No 241.35
St. Clet Agent and Opr.. .Yes  240.35
Dalhousie Mills Agent and Opr._ .Yes  238.35
Apple Hill Agent and Opr.. .Yes  238.35
Avonmore Agent and Opr Yes  238.35
Finch   Agent No  264.35
1st Operator No  237.35
Chesterville Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 257.35
2nd Operator No 230.35
Winchester Agent and Opr.__ Yes  257.35
Mountain Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes  242.35
Bedell Agent Yes.— 244.35
1st Operator No  242.35
2nd Operator No  237.35
3rd Operator No  237.35
Merrickville  Agent and Opr._ .Yes 257.35
Smiths Falls "MF"____lst Operator No 258.85
2nd Operator No 258.85
3rd Operator No 258.85
Message Opr No 258.85
Williamstown Agent and Opr Yes 233.35
Cornwall Agent No 307.35
1st Operator No 230.35
Jasper Agent and Opr._ .No 242.35
Brockville  __Agent No 301.85
Hudson Agent and Opr._ .Yes 238.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Rigaud Agent and Opr.__No 247.35
2nd Operator No 227.35
3rd Operator No 222.35
St. Eugene Agent and Opr._ _Yes____ 238.35
Vankleek Hill Agent and Opr._ .Yes 250.35
2nd Operator No 226.35
Alfred __Agent and Opr.. .Yes 242.35
Plantagenet  Agent and Opr Yes 243.35
Bourget  Agent and Opr Yes 237.35
Navan Agent and Opr._ .Yes 237.35
100
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Hurdman ..Agent and Opr.. .No $264.85
2nd Operator No 243.85
3rd Operator No 243.85
Ottawa Union. __.Agent  No 318.85
1st Operator No 255.85
2nd Operator No 253.85
3rd Operator No 253.85
Hull Agent and Opr._ .Yes 250.35
2nd Operator No 226.35
Hull West Agent  .No 309.35
1st Operator No 255.85
2nd Operator No 250.85
3rd Operator No 250.85
Ottawa West Agent and Opr. _ _ No 269.35
2nd Operator No 253.35
3rd Operator No 250.85
Ellwood .Operator No 241.35
Wakefield -Agent and Opr.. .No 234.35
Low  .Agent and Opr._ .Yes 231.35
Kazabazua  .Agent and Opr._ .Yes 231.35
Gracefield  _Agent and Opr.__No____ 235.35
Messines   Agent and Opr._ .Yes 231.35
Maniwaki Agent and Opr.__No 244.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Quyon...  Agent and Opr.__Yes 232.35
Shawville Agent and Opr.__No 232.35
Campbell's Bay .Agent and Opr.. .No 232.35
Fort Coulogne _ _ .Agent and Opr. _ _ No 232.35
Waltham  Agent and Opr.. .No 232.35
Westboro Agent and Opr._ .No 244.35
Stittville  .Agent and Opr. _ .No 242.35
Carleton Place. Agent._ No 294.35
1st Operator No 251.85
2nd Operator No 251.85
3rd Operator No 251.85
Osgoode. Agent and Opr.__No 237.35
Kemptville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 238.35
Spencerville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 234.35
Prescott.. Agent -No 309.35
1st Operator No 236.35
101 f
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Almonte Agent and Opr._.No $287.35
2nd Operator No  236.35
Pakenham Agent and Opr.. .Yes  248.35
Arnprior Agent No  261.85
1st Operator No  243.85
2nd Operator No  236.35
3rd Operator No  241.35
Braeside Agent and Opr. __ Yes  241.35
Renfrew Agent No  307.35
1st Operator No  243.85
2nd Operator No  238.85
3rd Operator No  241.35
Haley's Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  240.35
Cobden Agent and Opr.__Yes  244.35
2nd Operator No  230.35
Pembroke Agent.. No  307.35
1st Operator No  244.35
2nd Operator No  238.85
3rd Operator No  241.35
Petawawa Agent No  243.85
1st Operator No  221.35
2nd Operator No  221.35
3rd Operator No  221.35
Douglas :_.Agent and Opr._ .Yes  237.35
Eganville Agent and Opr...No  244.35
Assistant Agents
St. Annes 1st Asst. Agent $194.35
2nd Asst. Agent  174.35
Chesterville Assistant Agent  197.35
Winchester Assistant Agent  197.35
Cornwall 1st Asst. Agent  191.85
2nd Asst. Agent  174.35
3rd Asst. Agent  174.35
Rigaud Assistant Agent.  174.35
Vankleek Hill Assistant Agent  174.35
Hull Assistant Agent  174.35
Maniwaki 1st Asst. Agent  201.35
2nd Asst. Agent  174.35
Shawville. _  Assistant Agent.  174.35
Campbell's Bay Assistant Agent  174.35
102
Waltham  —Assistant Agent.
Carleton Place 1st Asst. Agent.
2nd Asst. Agent.
3rd Asst. Agent.
Baggageman	
Almonte 1st Asst. Agen;t.
2nd Asst. Agent.
Arnprior 1st Asst. Agent.
2nd Asst. Agent.
Haley's Assistant Agent _
Petawawa Assistant Agent.
Kemptville Assistant Agent.
.$174.35
. 216.85
. 216.85
. 216.85
. 197.35
. 215.85
. 174.35
. 206.85
. 198.85
. 174.35
. 174.35
.  174.35
Station
ONTARIO DISTRICT
TRENTON DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Occupation       Dwelling
Rate
Perth.
 Agent	
1st Operator	
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Glen Tay Agent and Opr. _
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Sharbot Lake Agent ai^d Opr. _
2nd Operator	
Ardendale Agent anpl Opr..
Kaladar Agent and Opr. _
ftulphide Agent and Opr. _
Tweed Agent and Opr..
2nd Operator	
Bonarlaw Agent and Opr..
Havelock Agent and Opr. _
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Norwood 1 Agent and Opr._
Peterboro 1st Operator	
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator. „
Pontypool _  Agent and Opr..
Myrtle - -.. __•„ -Agent and Opr. m
103
..No.
$301 35
_No___.
244.35
_No	
. 228.35
.No	
233.35
_Yes—
248.85
.No	
238.85
.No	
238.85
_No____
265.85
_No	
227.35
_Yes___.
236.35
_Yes_.__
251.35
_No	
251.35
_Yes.__.
261.35
_No	
228.35
_No	
259.35
-No	
268.85
_No	
249.35
.No	
254.35
.Yes....
248.35
.No	
258.85
.No	
2.37.85
.No	
240.35
-Yes—
241.35
_Yes_...
243.35 Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Claremont , Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes $243.35
Agincourt Agent  Yes $258.35
1st Operator No J240.85
2nd Operator No 240.85
3rd Operator No 240.85
Lindsay  Agent and Opr.. .Yes 306.35
Bobcaygeon Agent and Opr. _ _ No 251.35
Kingston. 1st Operator No 246.35
Harrowsmith Agent and Opr. _ _ No 251.85
Lavant— .Agent and Opr._ .No 234.85
Calabogie Agent and Opr. _ _ No 237.85
Tichborne Agent and Opr.. .Yes 264.35
2nd Operator No 234.85
3rd Operator No 234.85
Wilkinson  1st Operator No 221.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Roblindale Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 241.35
2nd Operator No 226.35
3rd Operator No 226.35
Belleville 1st Operator No 244.35
2nd Operator No 226.85
3rd Operator No 230.35
Trenton 1st Operator No 262.85
2nd Operator No 257.85
3rd Operator No 257.85
Brighton Agent and Opr.. .No 245.85
Cobourg Agent and Opr._ .No 301.35
2nd Operator No 230.35
3rd Operator No ... _ 230.35
Port Hope Agent and Opr.._No 263.85
2nd Operator No 224.35
Bowmanville Agent and Opr. _ _ No 254.85
2nd Operator No 230.35
3rd Operator No 230.35
Oshawa 1st Operator No 252.85
2nd Operator No 232.85
3rd Operator No 230.35
Whitby Agent and Opr...No 252.85
JIf 1st Operator's position is discontinued, $2.50 should be
added to Agent's position, account electrical signals*
104
Assistant Agents
Sharbot Lake Assistant Agent $202.35
Kaladar Assistant Agent... 195.85
Tweed Assistant Agen£_ 202.35
Shedman  195.85
Havelock Clerk  195.85
Lindsay Chief Clerk _ 220.85
Shedman  _ 205.85
Belleville Chief Clerk..... 224.35
Clerk  202.35
Shedman 200.35
Cobourg Freight Clerk  216.35
Shedman  182.35
Port Hope Assistant Agent. _ 180.35
Freight Clerk.  216.35
Bowmanville Freight Clerk 212.35
Shedman 195.85
Oshawa Assistant Agent 190.35
Peterboro.
Oshawa..
Levermen
.1st Leverman. $205.42
2nd Leverman .... 205.42
3rd Leverman 205.42
.1st Leverma^i 205.42
2nd Leverman  205.42
3rd Leverman 205.42
ONTARIO DISTRICT
LONDON DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Cooksville  _ .Agent and Opr.. .Yes $244.85
Streetsville Agent and Opr...No 261.35
2nd Operator No 225.85
3rd Operator No 224.35
Milton  Agent and Opr...No 261.35
Guelph Jct..  Agent and Opr.. .Yes 273.35
2nd Operator No 241.85
3rd Operator No 241.85
105 Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Puslinch Operator No $226.35
Galt Agent No 317.85
1st Operator No 252.35
2nd Operator No 240.85
3rd Operator No 240.85
Orr'sLake 1st Operator No 221.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Ayr Agent and Opr._ .No 259.35
Drumbo Agent and Opr.__No 243.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Woodstock 1st Operator No 254.85
2nd Operator No 240.85
3rd Operator No 240.85
Zorra Operator Yes 221.35
Thamesford Agent and Opr._ .Yes 240.35
Quebec St 1st Operator No 256.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
London Depot Tkt, Agt. & Opr,.No 272.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
London Dispr's Office..1st Operator No 262.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
Caradoe Agerit and Opr.__Yes 234.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Glencoe Agent and Opr._ .Yes  234.35
Bothwell 2nd Operator Yes 221.35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Thamesville Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 237.35
Chatham Agent Yes 316.85
1st Operator No 252.35
2nd Operator No 240.85
3rd Operator No 240.85
Tilbury Agent and Opr._ .Yes 247.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Haycroft Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 232.35
Belle River Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 232.35
Elmstead............. Agent and Opr...Yes 232.35
100
V
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Lake Shore Tower..... 1st Operator No. _
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No__
Windsor Yard. . 1st Operator No _ _
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator _No__
Ingersoll 1st Operator .No._.
Belmont  .Agent and Opr._ _Yes_.
St. Thomas .Agent and Opr.__No__.
2nd Operator No. _.
Tillsonburg. .Agent and Opr._ _No__.
Tillsonburg Tower 1st Operator No _ _.
Port Burwell  .Agent and Opr._ _No__.
Embro  Agent and Opr.__No__.
St. Marys. — .....—Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Waterdown South —Agent and Opr.. .Yes...
Guelph .Agent No...
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No. _.
Ariss Agent and Opr.__No	
Elmira. _ Agent and Opr.__No__.
Milverton Agent and Opr.. _No. _.
West Monkton  Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Walton  .Agent and Opr.. .Yes...
Blyth.   .Agent and Opr.. _Yes...
Goderich Agent ,_ No	
1st Operator No	
Assistant Agents
Cooksville _ .Assistant Agent.	
Streetsville _ . Assistant Agent....	
Milton  Freight Clerk	
Guelph Jct.  Assistant Agent ....
Ayr.   Assistant Agent 	
Elmira  .Assistant Agent	
Ingersoll Chief Clerk 	
Baggageman...	
Clerk 	
Tillsonburg  Chief Clerk...	
Transfer Clerk	
Port Burwell Chief Clerk...	
Clerk	
Rate
..$239.35
. 239.35
. 239.35
. 258.85
. 258.85
. 258.85
. 236.35
. 228.35
. 252.35
. 224.85
. 276.85
. 223.35
. 257.35
. 229.35
. 266.35
_ 228.35
. 317.85
. 236.85
. 227.85
_ 233.35
_ 239.85
_ 238.85
_ 236.35
. 232.35
. 232.35
. 294.85
. 233.35
.$174.35
. 205.85
. 202.85
. 210.85
. 195.85
. 180.85
. 217.85
. 200.85
. 195.85
. 217.85
. 200.85
. 2f4.85
. 191.85
107 St. Marys.
... Chief Clerk..  $217.85
Clerk... _. 175.85
Levermen
Chatham P.M 1st Leverman..... $220.35
2nd Leverman 220.35
3rd Leverman..  220.35
Chatham, "Dom. 1st Leverman _ 206.35
Sugar"—.  2nd Leverman _ 206.35
St. Thomas  .1st Leverman__..__ 209.35
2nd Leverman 209.35
ONTARIO DISTRICT
TORONTO TERMINALS DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Leaside  .Agent.. No $297.85
1st Operator No 240.85
2nd Operator No 240.85
3rd Operator No_.__ 240.85
Don   Agent and Opr.. .No  256.85
2nd Operator _—No 240.35
3rd Operator No ... _ 240.35
Toronto "V" 1st Operator _ _ . .No. _ - - 260.35
2nd Operator No 260.35
3rd Operator No 260.35
Parkdale _ Operator.. . No 227.85
West Toronto Depot—Tkt. Agt. & Opr..No.... 274.85
2nd Operator _ ... No 258.85
West Toronto Tower... 1st Operator No... . 240.85
2nd Operator _ ... No ... _ 240.85
3rd Operator _ _ _ _ No _ _ . _ 240.85
Lambton Yard .... 1st Operator .... No ... _ 258.85
2nd Operator. _ _ .No. _ . _ 258.85
3rd Operator. __ .No 258.85
Islington.....--- Agent and Opr...No 248.85
Canpa _."_. 1st Operator. No 234.85
2nd Operator No 234.85
3rd Operator....No.... 234.85
108
# Assistant Agents
Leaside __ .Assistant Agent.
Islington Assistant Agent.
.$221.35
. 202.85
ONTARIO DISTRICT
BRUCE DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Weston  Agent and Opr. _ _ No $292.85
2nd Operator No 231.85
Woodbridge Agent and Opr._ .Yes 242.85
Kleinburg  Agent and Opr.__Yes 241.35
Bolton.  Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 250.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator.__.No 233.35
Tottenham Operator Yes 221.35
Alliston  Agent and Opr.__Yes 256.35
2nd Operator No ... _ 233.35
3rd Operator No 233.35
Camp Borden Operator No 222.85
Essa.. .Operator Yes 221.35
Midhurst.  Agent and Opr.__Yes 241.35
2nd Operator No 227.85
3rd Operator No 227.85
Medonte. _ .Agent and Opr._ .Yes  247.35
Medonte Tower lstL Operator No 234.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Severn Falls Agent and Opr.__No 226.35
Bala  Agent and Opr Yes 245.35
2nd Operator No 225.35
MacTier  Agent  Yes 289.35
1st Operator No 257.85
2nd Operator No ... _ 257.85
3rd Operator No 257.85
4th Operator No 257.85
Orillia Agent and Opr...No 288.35
Port McNicoll 1st Operator No 240.85
Brampton  Agent and Opr.. .No 296.35
2nd Operator No 229.35
109 Station Occupation
Orangeville Agent	
1st Operator...
2nd Operator...
3rd Operator..
Shelburne Agent and Opr,
Dundalk Agent and Opr,
Flesherton Agent and Opr,
Markdale Agent and Opr.
Chats worth Agent and Opr,
Owen Sound 1st Operator _.
2nd Operator.-
Erin Agent and Opr.
Fergus Agent and Opr.
Elora -Agent and Opr,
Grand Valley Agent and Opr,
Arthur Agent and Opr.
Mount Forest Agent and Opr.
Harriston Agent and Opr.
Fordwich Agent and Opr.
Gorrie Agent and Opr.
Wroxeter Agent and Opr.
Wingham Agent and Opr,
Tees water Agent and Opr,
Durham Agent and Opr,
Hanover Agent and Opr.
Walkerton Agent and Opr.
Dwelling
Rate
...No....
291.85
..No	
236.35
..No	
229.35
..No	
229.35
..No	
$244.85
..Yes—
242.35
..Yes—
239.35
..No	
241.85
__Yes—
234.35
__No	
238.85
__No	
229.85
__No	
235.35
..No	
255.85
..No	
254.85
..Yes.—
237.35
..Yes.—
251.35
..No	
256.35
..Yes—
252.35
..Yes—
232.35
..Yes—
232.35
..Yes—
232.35
..Yes—
251.35
-_Yes—.
246.35
..Yes—
248.85
..No	
256.35
..No	
275.85
Camp Borden.
Bala	
MacTier	
Assistant Agents
.Chief Clerk	
Assistant Agent..
.1st Asst. Agent..
2nd Asst. Agent..
.1st Car Checker.
2nd Car Checker.
3rd Car Checker.
4th Car Checker.
5th Car Checker.
.$225.35
. 199.35
. 185.85
. 185.85
. 211.85
. 211.85
. 211.85
. 211.85
. 203.85
Orillia Chief Clerk $222.85
Shedman 206.85
Assistant Agent 201.85
Brampton .Assistant Agent 202.85
Orangeville.. _ Clerk 225.85
Shedman 207.85
Fergus 1st Asst. Agent 200.85
2nd Asst. Agent 187.85
Elora Assistant Agent 200.85
Hanover Assistant Agent 201.85
Levermen
Brampton 1st Leverman $214.35
2nd Leverman 214.35
3rd Leverman 214.35
Alliston Leverman 204.35
Essa North Leverman 204.35
West Toronto 1st Leverman. 225.85
2nd Leverman 225.85
Tecumseh St 1st Leverman 221.85
2nd Leverman 221.85
3rd Leverman 221.85
ALGOMA DISTRICT
SUDBURY DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Chalk River Agent Yes $301.35
1st Operator No  259.35
2nd Operator No  259.35
3rd Operator No  259.35
4th Operator No  259.35
Moor Lake Agent and Opr._ .Yes  238.35
Stonecliffe Agent and Opr.__Yes  238.35
2nd Operator No  224.35
3rd Operator No  224.35
Aylen 1st Operator No  226.35
2nd Operator No  226.35
3rd Operator No  226.35
110
V Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Mattawa Agent No $272.35
1st Operator No 251.35
2nd Operator.... No 251.35
3rd Operator No 251.35
Timiskaming Agent and Opr._ .Yes 271.35
2nd Operator No 227.35
La Cave Agent and Opr.__No 240.35
Tee Lake Agent and Opr._ .Yes 240.35
Kipawa Agent and Opr._ .Yes 240.35
Beam Agent and Opr._ .Yes 241.35
Ville Marie Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 241.35
Lorrainville Agent and Opr—Yes 241.35
Laverlochere Agent and Opr._ .Yes 241.35
Angliers Agent and Opr._ .No 245.85
Rutherglen Agent and Opr._ .Yes 238.35
Bonfield Agent and Opr._ .Yes  238.35
2nd Operator No 229.35
3rd Operator No 229.35
North Bay 1st Operator No 271.85
2nd Operator No 268.85
3rd Operator No 268.85
4th Operator No 268.85
5th Operator No 268.85
Sturgeon Falls Agent Yes 299.35
1st Operator No 245.35
2nd Operator No 245.35
3rd Operator No 245.35
Cache Bay Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Verner Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.35
Warren Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.35
Markstay Agent and Opr—Yes 238.35
2nd Operator No 229.35
3rd Operator No 229.35
Coniston Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 253.35
Romford Agent and Opr._ .No 249.35
2nd Operator No 246.35
3rd Operator No 246.35
Sudbury Agent. Yes 340.85
1st Operator No 271.85
2nd Operator No 268.85
3rd Operator No 268.85
4th Operator No 268.85
112
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Chelmsford w _ ± . . Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes $241.35
2nd Operator No 22,3'. 35
3rd Operator No 221.35
Levack . Agent and Opr.. .Yes 241.35
2nd Operator No 229.35
Brignall. ___ Operator No 226] 35
Parry Sound ...Agent —Yes 291'35
1st Operator No 241.35
2nd Operator No 241'. 35
3rd Operator No 241.35
Nobel  -Agent and Opr.__Yes 258.35
Pointe au Baril.__ Agent and Opr Yes 237.35
2nd Operator No 231.35
3rd Operator No 231.35
Britt Agent Yes„__ 244.35
1st Operator No 240.35
2nd Operator No 240.35
3rd Operator No 240.35
Pakesley Agent and Opr.. _ Yes 236.35
French River Agent and Opr._ .No 228.35
2nd Operator No 226.35
Bigwood. Agent and Opr._ .Yes 236.35
Rutter ...Agent and Opr._ .Yes 238.35
2nd Operator. ... No 231.35
3rd Operator No 231.35
Burwash Agent and Opr._ .Yes 236.35
2nd Operator No 224.85
Copper Cliff... Agent and Opr.. _ Yes 266.35
2nd Operator No 224.35
White Fish 1st Operator No 228.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
McKerrow Agent andOpr.__Yes 228.35
2nd Operator No 222.85
3rd Operator No 222.85
Webbwood Age^nt aiwi Opr.. _ No 281.35
2nd Operator No 245.85
3rd Operator. ... No 245.85
Massey Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 241.35
Spanish Agent and Opr. _. Yes 238.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Blind River.. _..Agent and Opr.. .Yes 249.35
2nd Operator No 226.35
113 Clara Belle.
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Dean Lake Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes $239.35
Thessalon  Agent and Opr.__Yes 243.35
2nd Operator No 221.35
Bruce   Agent and Opr.__Yes 241.35
Desbarats Agent and Opr.__Yes 239.35
Echo Bay.. Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.35
S. S. Marie 1st Operator No.... 260.85
2nd Operator _,_ _ _ No 252.85
3rd Operator No ... . 252.85
 Agent No 270.85
1st Operator No 226.35
2nd Operator No 226.35
3rd Operator No 226.35
Creighton Agent and Opr.__Yes 244.35
Espanola Agent and Opr._ .Yes 251.35
Whitefish Falls Agent and Opr. _ _Yes._ _. 238.35
Birch Island Agent and Opr._ .No 228.35
Little Current__ _Agent and Opr._ _No 244.35
Assistant Agents
Moor Lake Freight Clerk.__ $209.35
Assistant Agent_ 174.35
Mattawa Freight Clerk  216.85
1st Asst. Agent 202.35
2nd Asst. Agent 202.35
3rd Asst. Agent '.____ 202.35
4th Asst. Agent.... 202.35
Baggageman  176.85
La Cave Assistant Agent 174.35
Ville Marie Assistant Agent 187.85
Lorrainville  Assistant Agent 187.85
Laverlochere Assistant Agent 187.85
Angliers Assistant Agent 174.35
Clara Belle.__ .Assistant Agent 191.85
Copper Cliff  Freight Clerk 231.85
Espanola Chief Clerk & Cashier 231.85
Freight Clerk_____ 211.85
Shedman  199.35
Little Current. -1st Freight Clerk 210.35
2nd Freight Clerk 190.35
3rd Freight Clerk 189.85
114
Blind River..... 1st Asst. Agent.
2nd Asst. Agent.
Thessalon___._._ Freight Clerk._.
Assistant Agent.
Parry Sound .,___Freight Clerk._.
Shedmain —,.
Nobel Assistant Agent.
Britt Car Checker	
18?.85
174.35
209.35
187.85
223.85
201.85
187.85
197.35
ALGOMA DISTRICT
SCHREIBER DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Cartier Agent Yes $298.35
1st Operator No 268.85
2nd Operator No 268.85
3rd Operator No 268.85
4th Operator No 268.85
Stralak Operator Yes 232.35
Pogamasing Agent and Opr.. .Yes 250.85
Metagama 1st Operator No 234.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Biscotasing Agent and Opr.__Yes 258.35
Ramsey Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 251.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Sultan Agent and Opr._ .Yes 261.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Nemegos Agent and Opr Yes 248.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Chapleau Agent . No 307*35
1st Operator No 268.85
2nd Operator . ... No 268.85
3rd Operator No 268.85
4th Operator No 268.85
Nicholson Agent and Opr.. .Yes 261.35
115 Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Bolkow 1st Operator No $239.35
2nd Operator No 239.35
3rd Operator No 239.35
Dalton Agent and Opr._ .Yes 261.35
Missanabie Agent and Opr.__Yes 253.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No ... _ 534.35
Franz Agent Yes  271.35
1st Operator No  249.35
2nd Operator No  249.35
3rd Operator No  249.35
Amyot 1st Operator Yes 234.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
White River Agent Yes  289.35
1st Operator No  268.85
2nd Operator No... _ 268.85
3rd Operator No  268.85
4th Operator No  268.85
5th Operator No  268.85
Regan Agent and Opr._ .No 249.35
2nd Operator No 239.35
3rd Operator No 239.35
Hemlo Tkt. Agt. & Opr..Yes 237.35
2nd Operator No.... 232.35
Heron Bay Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 260.35
2nd Operator No 239.35
3rd Operator No 239.35
Marathon Agent Yes.... 279.35
1st Operator No 234.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Coldwell Agent and Opr.__Yes 254.35
2nd Operatdr No.... 236.35
3rd Operator.___No 236.35
Neys Agent and Opr.. .No 251.35
Jack Fish  Agent and Opr._ .Yes 266.35
2nd Operator No 241.35
3rd Operator No 241.35
116
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Terrace Bay Agent Yes ...$279.35
1st Operator No 238.35
2nd Operator No 236.35
3rd Operator 236.35
Schreiber Agent Yes 297.35
1st Operator No 268.85
2nd Operator No 268.85
3rd Operator No 268.85
4th Operator No 268.85
5th Operator No 268.85
Rossport Agent and Opr._ .Yes 254.35
Pays Plat Operator No 234.35
Gurnev 1st Operator No 239.35
2nd Operator No 239.35
3rd Operator No 239.35
Nipigon Agent Yes 276.35
1st Operator No  246.35
2nd Operator No 246.35
3rd Operator No 246.35
Red Rock. Agent and Opr.__Yes 261.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
Hurkett Agent and Opr.__Yes 256.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
Dorion Agent and Opr._ .Yes 256.35
Loon Agent and Opr._ .Yes  242.35
2nd Operator No 234.35
3rd Operator No 234.35
Assistant Agents
Cartier Assistant Agent $214.85
Baggageman 200.42
Chapleau —1st Asst. Agent  226.85
2nd Asst. Agent  220.85
Shedman 215.42
Baggageman 210.42
Franz Assistant Agent  177.35
White River.. 1st Asst. Agent 214.85
2nd Asst. Agent  199.35
Bgemn. and Janitor 210.42
Marathon Freight Clerk 216.85
Assistant Agent. 212.85
117 Terrace Bay.
Schreiber	
.Freight Clerk...
Assistant Agent.
.Freight Clerk. _.
Assistant Agent.
Baggageman	
Baggageman	
Car Checker....
Car Checker....
.$216.35
. 212.85
. 236.35
. 212.35
. 210.42
. 210.42
. 210.42
. 210.42
MANITOBA DISTRICT
FORT WILLIAM TERMINALS
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation        Dwelling
Current River - 1st Operator _ .
2nd Operator._
3rd Operator...
Port Arthur .. 1st Operator, .
2nd Operator. _
3rd Operator. _
Fort William "Q" 1st Operator _ _
2nd Operator _ _
3rd Operator _ _
Fort William "UN".„_lst Operator..
2nd Operator. _
3rd Operator..
Westfort Agent	
MANITOBA DISTRICT
KENORA DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation        Dwelling
Murillo Agent and Opr.. .Yes..
2nd Operator No. _
Kaministiquia Operator Yes _
Finmark Agent and Opr— Yes..
Raith Agent and Opr.. .Yes..
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No. _
Upsala Agent and Opr—Yes..
2nd Operator No..
Rate
_No__
..$268.85
_No__
_. 268.85
_No__
._ 268.85
_No__
.. 268.85
_No_.
_. 268.85
_No__
.. 268.85
_No__
__ 268.85
_No_.
__ 268.85
_No.._
_. 268.85
_No__
__ 268.85
_No__
__ 268.85
.No..
__ 268.85
.No..
__ 282.85
Rate
_$244.35
_ 232.35
. 232.35
_ 244.35
. 260.35
. 246.35
. 246.35
_ 244.35
_ 232.35
118
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
English River Operator No $232 35
Martin. Agent and Opr.__No_"I 244 35
Ignace Agent and Opr._ _Yes___~ 277*85
2nd Operator No _ _ _    268 85
3rd Operator No 268.85
Dyment Operator No...    232 35
Dinorwic Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244 35
Wabigoon Agent and Opr.__Yes 244 35
Dryden Agent and Opr._ .No 329]35
2nd Operator No 244.35
Oxdrift Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.       244 35
Eagle River Agent and Opr.. _ Yes 252'. 35
2jttd Operator No 235.35
3rd Operator No 235.35
Vermilion Bay Agent and Opr.... Yes. _.    244 35
Hawk Lake Agent and Opr.__Yes 244^35
2nd Operator No 232'. 35
Kenora  Agent     No.... 341.85
Kenora "B" 1 st Operator and
„   , Ticket Clerk. __ No...    272 85
Kenora "B" & "DA"...2nd Operator and
Ticket Clerk. _.No. _      272 85
Kenora "B" & "DA"__3rd Operator and
Ticket Clerk. _ _No     272 85
Kenora "DA" Operator No.        268*85
Keewatin Agent Yes 282.85
T     ,, 1st Operator No 244.35
ingolf Agent and Opr.__Yes 244.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
Rennie Agent and Opr._ .Yes 257.35
„„., xl 2nd Operator No 240.35
Whitemouth Agent and Opr._ .Yes..     252 35
Molson Agen!tandOpr.__Yes 262.35
...,     . 2nd Operator No 240.35
Oakbank . Agent and Opr. __ Yes.... 244.35
Birds Hill.   Agent ar*i Opr._ _Yes____ 252.35
East Selkirk A gen t and Opr. _ _ Yes 247.35
Tyndall Agent and Opr.__Yes__.. 252.35
Beausejour Agent and Opr._ _ Yes___. 269.35
Lac du Boraiet ..Agent and Opr.. .Yes 254,35
U9 /
Assistant Agents
Dryden Assistant Agent $212.35
Cashier 201.85
1st Freight Clerk  174i 35
2nd Freight Clerk 174.35
Vermilion Bay. __.._'_.Assistant Agent 174.35
Keewatin Assistant Agent 239.35
Cashier 215.35
Abstract Clerk 198.35
Biller  197.35
Clerk  195.35
Helper  178.35
Lac du Bonnet Assistant Agent 192.35
MANITOBA DISTRICT
WINNIPEG TERMINALS
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Winnipeg "VD" 1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No_.
3rd Operator No_.
Winnipeg "K" 1st Operator No _
2r«d Operator.
.No-
Rate
.$268.85
_ 268.85
.. 268.85
._ 268.85
.. 268.85
Levermen
Rugby     1st Leverman ..$229.85
2nd Leverman  229.85
3rd Leverman  229.85
Whittier 1st Leverman  226.85
2nd Leverman,  226.85
3rd Leverman  226.85
Norcran 1st Leverman  220*35
2nd Leverman  220.35
MANITOBA DISTRICT
PORTAGE DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Winnipeg "CD" Operator ^ No. .
Rosser ._.Agent and Opr._ _No_.
120
Rate
$268.85
_ 244\35
i
Station Occupation      Dwelling Hate
Meadows^— Agent and Opr.. .Yes $240.35
Marquette Agent and Opr.. _ Yes  2l4.36
2nd Operator No 232.35
Poplar Point Agent and Opr.. _ Yes 244.35
High Bluff Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 246.35
Portage la Prairie Agent , ...No 341.85
1st Operator .No 268.85
2nd Operator No _ _ _ _ 268.85
3rd Operator No 1268.85
Bagot Agent and Opr. __ Yes 241.35
MacGregor Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 258.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
Austin Agent and Opr._ .Yes 253.35
Sidney  Agent and Opr._ .Yes 254.35
Carberry Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 264.35
2nd Operator No 244.35
3rd Operator No 244.35
Douglas Agent andOpr.__Yes 254.35
Starbuck._ _.Agent and Opr._ _Yes 241.35
Fannystelle.  Agent and Opr.. .Yes 240.35
Elm Creek Agent and Opr._ .Yes 252.35
St. Claude.. ..Agent and Opr.__Yes 246.35
R,athwell .. ... Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 254.35
Treherjie— _^_. Agent and Opr._ .Yes . 256.85
Holland Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 257 • 35
Cypress River  Agent and Opr._ _Yes..._ 255.35
Glenboro.-. . Agent and Opr.. _Yes___. 257.35
Nesbitt.^. Agent and Opr._ .Yes 242.35
Carman__-__ _Agent and Opr._ _Yes 264.35
Roland.  Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 243.35
Lasalle.  Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 241.3<5
Domain— ..Agent and Opr.. .Yes!.... 237.35
Osborne— Agent ahdOpr.__No 237.35
McTavish  Agent and Opr.. .Yes 238.35
Morris _ Agent and Opr.. .Yes 252.35
Rosenfeld Agent and Opr._ .Yes 249.35
Altona _ .Agent and Opr.. .Yes 250.85
Gretna  Agent and Opr...No 278.35
Plum Coulee Agent and Opr._ .Yes 255.85
Winkler Agent and Opr...Yes 258.85
Morden Agent and Opr...Yes_... 264.35
121 Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Thornhill Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes $239.35
Darlingford Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. ... 245.35
Manitou Agent and Opr._ .Yes  256.35
La Riviere Agent and Opr.__Yes  265.85
2nd Operator No  240.35
Niverville Agent and Opr._ .Yes  239.35
Otterburne Agent and Opr.__Yes  243.35
Carey Agent and Opr._ .Yes  244.35
Dufrost Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  238.85
Arnaud Agent and Opr._ .Yes  242.35
Dominion City ... Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes  246.35
Emerson Agent and Opr._ .No  279.85
2nd Operator No  241.35
Stony Mountain... Agent and Opr._ .Yes  241.85
Stonewall Agent and Opr._ .Yes  251.35
Balmoral Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  240.35
Teulon Agent and Opr.__Yes  245.35
Fraserwood Agent and Opr._ .Yes  243.35
Arborg Agent and Opr._ .Yes  247.35
Selkirk Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  271.85
2nd Operator No  232.35
Petersfield Agent and Opr.. .Yes  238.35
Winnipeg Beach Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes  250.85
Gimli Agent and Opr._ .Yes  247.35
Riverton— Agent and Opr._ .Yes  247.35
Wellwood Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  241.35
Brookdale Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  241.35
Macdonald Agent and Opr._ .Yes  244.35
Westbourne Agent and Opr.. .Yes  245.35
Arden  Agent and Opr.__Yes  248.35
Neepawa Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  296.35
2nd Operator No  242.35
3rd Operator No  242.35
Franklin. - Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  243.35
Pilot Mound Agent and Opr._ .Yes  257.35
Crystal City  Agent and Opr.. .Yes  257.35
Clearwater Agent aiid Opr. _ _ Yes  241.35
Mather Agent and Opr._ .Yes  240.35
Cartwright  .Agent and Opr. _ .Yes  257.35
Holmfield... . Agent and Opr.__Yes  241.35
Killarney... Agent and Opr.. .Yes  266.85
122
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Ninga Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes $243.35
Boissevain Agent and Opr.__Yes 266.85
Deloraine Agent and Opr.. .Yes 266.85
Medora Agent and Opr.. .Yes 239.35
Goodlands Agent and Opr.__Yes 239.35
Waskada Agent and Opr._ .Yes 247.35
Lyleton Agent and Opr.__Yes 248.35
Snowflake Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 241.35
Tilston Agent and Opr.. .Yes 238.35
Storthoaks Agent and Opr._ .Yes 238.35
Alida   Agent and Opr.__Yes 238.35
Regent Agent and Opr.__Yes 238.35
Assistant Agents
MacGregor Assistant Agent $193.35
Carberry Assistant Agent 193.35
Starbuck Assistant Agent 175.85
Elm Creek Assistant Agent 192.85
St. Claude Assistant Agent 180.85
Rathwell Assistant Agent 180.85
Treherne Assistant Agent 193.85
Hollanjd Assistant Agent 193.85
Cypress River Assistant Agent 193.85
Glenboro.. Assistant Agent 195.35
Carman Assistant Agent 193.35
Morris Assistant Agent 192.85
Rosenfeld Assistant Agent 180.85
Altona Assistant Agent 184.35
Gretna Assistant Agent 193.85
Plum Coulee.. ..Assistant Agent 194.85
Winkler  1st Asst. Agent 194.85
2nd Asst. Agent... 174.35
Morden 1st Asst. AgeAt - 194.85
2nd Asst. Agent 174.35
Manitou Assistant Agent 104.85
La Riviere Assistant Agent 195.35
Arnaud Assistant Agent 175.85
Dominion City Assistant Agent 180.85
Stonewall Assistant Agent 180.35
Arborg. _ -Assistant Agent 180.85
123 f
Agent.
Agent.
Agent.
Agent .
Agent.
Agent.
Agent.
Agent.
Agent .
Agent.
Agent.
Selkirk 1st Asst.
2nd Asst.
Winnipeg Beach.. 1st Asst.
2nd Asst.
Gimli  _ Assistant
Arden Assistant
Neepawa Assistant
Cartwright Assistant
Killarney Assistant
Boissevain Assistant
Deloraine Assistant
MANITOBA DISTRICT
BRANDON DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Brandon "DI" 1st Operator No_.
2nd Operator No_.
3rd Operator No_.
Brandon "UN" 1st Operator____No_.
2nd Operator No..
Kemnay _  Operator Yes.
Alexander  Agent and Opr. _ .Yes.
Griswold  -Agent and Opr—Yes.
Oak Lake Agent and Opr._ _No.
Virden  — .Agent Yes.
lst Operator_._
2nd Operator __
3rd Operator __
Hargrave Agent and Opr.
Elkhorn Agent	
1st Operator No.
2nd Operator No.
3rd Operator No.
Fleming Agent and Opr Yes
Moosomin Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator. _
3rd Operator __
Wapella —Agent ankl Opr.
2nd Operator
$201.35
. 185.35
. 174.35
. 174.35
_ 175.85
_ 180.85
. 196.85
_ 191.85
_ 195.35
_ 199.35
. 202.35
.No_.
.No_.
.No.
.Yes.
_Yes.
_Yes.
.No_.
.No.'.
.Yes.
__No_.
3rd Operator No	
Rate
$268.85
268.85
268.85
. 268.85
. 268.85
. 232.35
. 252.35
. 252.35
. 269.35
. 267.35
.247,35
. 247.35
. 247.35
. 250.35
. 263.35
_ 248.35
. 248.35
_ 248.35
_ 252.35
_ 262.35
_ 236.35
_ 236.35
_ 252.35
_ 236.35
236.35
124
Station Occupation        Dwelling Rate
Whitewood Agent and Opr.. _ Yes $259.35
2nd Operator No 24^. 35
3rd Operator No 244.35
Broadview Agent.... No 277.35
1st Operator No 268.85
2nd Operator No 268.85
3rd Operator No 268.85
McAuley Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Welwyn— ....Agent and Opr.__Yes 244.35
Rocanville.^ Agent and Opr._ .Yes 250.35
Tatftajlon ... Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Esterhazy rl Agent and Opr._ .Yes 250.35
Stockholm _'_ -Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Dubuc  .Agent and Opr.. .Yes 244.35
Grayson.. —  Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 244.35
Killaly—  Agent and Opr._ .Yes 240.35
Neudorf  Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 267.35
2nd Operator No 237.35
Minnedosa Agent No____ 279.35
1st Operator No 256.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
Basswood   Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Newdale Agent and Opr Yes 244.35
Strathclair Agent and Opr Yes 244.35
Shoal Lake Agent and Opr._ .Yes 251.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
Kelloe..  Agent and Opr.__No 252.35
Solsgirth   Agent and Opr.__Yes 242.35
Birtle _._.. .Agent and Opr._ .Yes 250.35
Foxwarren  Agent and Opr—Yes 244.35
Binscartn Agent and Opr Yes 250.35
2nd Operator No 232.35
3rd Operator No 232.35
Russell Agent and Opr Yes 246.35
Inglis Agent and Opr.__Yes 247.35
Harrowby  Operator Yes 232.35
MarchwelL — _.-Agent and Opr.__Yes 237.35
Langenburg Agent and Opr— Yes 244.35
Churchbridge Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 242.35
125 7
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Dwelling
...No__
_No_.
.No__
.No...
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
.Yes..
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
.Yes.
_No_.
_No_.
Station Occupation
Bredenbury Agent	
1st Operator	
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Forrest Agent and Opr. _
Rapid City Agent and Opr. _
Oak River Agent and Opr. _
Hamiota Agent and Opr. _
Crandall Agent and Opr. _
Miniota Agent and Opr. _
Wheatland Agent and Opr. _
Bradwardine Agent and Opr. _
Kenton Agent and Opr. _
Lenore Agent and Opr. _
Souris Agent	
1st Operator	
2nd Operator No..
Hartney Agent and Opr—Yes.
Lauder Agent and Opr Yes.
Napinka Agent and Opr—Yes.
Melita . _ .Agent and Opr Yes.
Pierson Agent and Opr Yes
Gainsborough Agent and Opr. _
Carievale Agent and Opr. _
Carnduff Agent and Opr. _
Glen Ewen Agent and Opr. _
Oxbow Agent and Opr. _
Alameda Agent and Opr. _
Frobisher Agent and Opr. _
Bienfait Agent and Opr Yes.
2nd Operator No.
Deleau Agent and Opr No.
Pipestone Agent and Opr Yes.
Reston Agerit and Opr Yes.
Sinclair Agent and Opr Yes.
Antler Agent and Opr—Yes.
Redvers Agent and Opr Yes.
Wauchope Agent and Opr—Yes.
Manor Agent and Opr Yes
Carlyle Agent and Opr Yes
126
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
.Yes..
_Yes_.
_Yes_.
.Yes..
.YeS.-
Rate
.$274.35
. 256.85
256.85
. 256.85
. 247.35
. 251.35
. 242.35
_ 250.35
. 242.35
_ 247.35
. 238.35
238.35
_ 242.35
_ 244.35
_ 306.35
_ 250.35
_ 250.35
_ 258.35
_ 264.35
_ 268.35
_ 260.35
_ 240.35
_ 242.35
_ 241.35
_ 253.35
. 241.35
_ 257.35
_ 247.35
_ 243.35
.. 279.35
_ 233.35
•238.35
._ 243.35
.. 267.35
_ 238.35
.. 240.35
._ 245.35
_ 238.35
._ 245.35
._ 249.35
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate  .
Areola . .Agent and Opr._ .Yes $271.35
2nd Operator No 244.35
Maryfield Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 274.35
2nd Operator _ ... No 254.35
Fairlight Agent and Opr._ .Yes 238.35
Wawota Agent and Opr._ .Yes 243.35
Kennedy Agent and Opr.__Yes 239.35
Windthorst Agent and Opr._ .Yes 245.35
Assistant Agents
Virden Freight Clerk $211
EJkhoriv Assistant Agent 193
Moosomin Freight Clerk 213
Assistant Agent 174
Wapella Assistant Agent 174
Whitewood Assistant Agent 174
Broadview Freight Clerk. 210
Rocanville Assistant Agent 197
Esterhazy Assistant Agent 196
Neudorf Assistant Agent  199
Minnedosa. _ Freight Clerk.  213
1st Asst. Agent 198
2nd Asst. Agent 174
3rd Asst. Agent 174.
Binscarth Assistant Agent 193.
Russell Assistant Agent 193,
Langenburg Assistant Agent 186.
Bredenbury 1st Asst. Agent 199.
2nd Asst. Agent 174.
Souris Freight Clerk 220.
Assistant Agent 174
Melita Assistant Agent.
Carnduff Assistant Agent.
Oxbow Assistant Agent.
Bienfait 1st. Asst. Agent.
2nd Asst. Agent.
3rd Asst. Agent.
Reston Assistant Agen,t.
Carlyle Assistant Agent.
Arcola Assistant Agent,
197.
197.
201.
210.
192.
189.
201.
191.
206.
Maryfield Assistant Agent 201.
127
.85
.85
.85
.35
.35
.35
.85
.35
.35
.35
.85
.85
.35
.35
.85
.85
.35
.35
35
.85
35
35
35
85
85
35
35
85
85
85
85 \
Brandon.
Levermen
. 1st Leverman $205.35
2nd Leverman  2.05.35
3rd Leverman 205.35
SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICT
REGINA DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Grenfell Agent and Opr._ _Yes„_J$270.35
2nd Operator No 246.85
3rd Operator No 246 .85
Summerberry Agent and Opr—Yes 250.35
Wolseley Agent— No 275.35
1st Operator No 238.35
2nd Operator No 238.35
3rd Operator No 238.35
Sintaluta Agent and Opr—Yes 258.35,
Indian Head— Agent ...No 275.35
1st Operator No 246.85
2nd Operator No 246.85
3rd Operator No 246.85
Qu'Appelle Agent and Opr. _ _Yes 258.35
McLean Agent ajid Opr._ .Yes 253.35
Balgonie. - .Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 251.35
Kegina .Agent No 391.85
1st Operator No 268.85
2i\d Operator No 268.&5
3rd Operator No 268.85
Pense Agent and Opr—Yes 255.35
Belle Plaine Agent and Opr._ .Yes 248.35
Pasqua Agent and Opr.__Yes 254.35
2nd Operator....No 241.35
3rd Operator No 241.35
Craven Agent and Opr._ .Yes 243.35
Silton Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 239.35
Bulyea Agent and Opr.__Yes 254.35
.Includes $6.00 compensation for handling electrical switching
devices; if Operator substitutes for Agent this amount will be
credited to the former and deducted from the latter.
128
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Strasbourg Agent and Opr.. .Yes $263.35
2nd Operator _ ... No ... _ 232.35
Duval Agent and Opr.__Yes.___ 243.35
Govan . Agent and Opr.__Yes 256.35
Nokomis  Agent and Opr.__Yes 251.35
Lockwood Agent and Opr.__Yes 239.35
Drake Agent andOpr.__Yes 239.35
Regina Beach Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 237.35
Dilke Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Holdfast   Agent and Opr.__Yes 245.35
Penzance—__ Agent and Opr.__Yes 243.35
Liberty . Agent and Opr._ .Yes 245.35
Stalwart Agent and Opr.__Yes 241.35
Imperial  Agent and Opr.__Yes 251.35
Simpson Agent and Opr.__Yes 248.35
Renown Agent and Opr.__Yes 239.35
Lemberg Agent and Opr._ .Yes 244.35
Abernethy  Agent and Opr.__Yes 243.35
Balcarres Agent and Opr.__Yes 247.35
Lipton Agent and Opr.__Yes 243.35
Dysart Agent and Opr.__Yes 244.35
Cupar   Agent and Opr.__Yes 250.35
Markinch Agent and Opr. _ .Yes 241.35
Southey— _.._.-Agent and Opr.__Yes 245.35
Earl Grey —Agent and Opr.__Yes 243.35
Kisbey Agent and Opr.__Yes 249.35
Forget-  Agent and Opr. _ _Yes 246.35
Stoughton Agent and Opr.__Yes 263.35
Griffin Agent and Opr._ .Yes 237.35
Heward Agent and Opr.. .Yes 246.35
Creelman   Agent and Opr._ .Yes 249.35
Fillmore Agent and Opr.__Yes 249.35
Osage Agent andOpr.__Yes 246.35
Tyvan Agent and Opr.. .Yes 247.35
Francis.. Agent and Opr.__Yes 246.35
Sedley Agent and Opr.. .Yes 249.35
Lajord Agent and Opr.. .Yes 246.35
Kronau Agent and Opr.__Yes 246.35
Drinkwater Agent and Opr.__Yes 248.35
Rouleau Agent and Opr.__Yes 255.35
Wilcox._ .Agent and Opr.. _Yes 252.35
129 ^-
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Station Occupation       Dwelling
Milestone Agent and Opr.. .Yes.
Lang Agent and Opr—Yes.
Yellow Grass - -.Agent and Opr. _ .Yes.
McTaggart Agent and Opr.. . Yes.
Weyburn .Agent No-
1st Operator No_
2nd Operator No.
3rd Operator	
Halbrite Agent and Opr..
Midale Agent and Opr..
Macour^ -*- Agent apd Opr..
Estevan  Agent -.
1st Operator	
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Roche Percee Agent and Opr..
North Portal Agent and Opr..
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Torquay Agent and Opr. _
Bromhead Agent and Opr..
Tribute ,.. ~ : Agent and Opr..
Lake Alma - -Agent and Opr..
Gladmar Agent and Opr.-
Minton Agent and Opr..
Trossachs Agent and Opr. _
Pangman Agent and Opr..
Ogema .Agent and Opr..
Horizton„_~ Agent and Opr..
Viceroy A.- .Agent and Opr..
Verwood ?. Agent and Opr..
Readlyn Agent and Opr.-
Willows .. Agent and Opr..
Kay ville - — .Agent and Opr..
Ormiston „, Agent and Opr. -
Crane Valley .Agent and Opr..
Assistant Agents
Grenfell Assistant Agent-
Wolseley Freight Clerk	
Indian Head Assistant Agent _
No..
_Yes„
.Yes„
.No-.
_No--
.No..
-No..
-No..
_Yes-
-No.-
.No--
_No--
.Yes-
.Yes-.
_Yes-
.No-.
.No-.
_No.-
.Yes-.
.Yes-.
_Yes.
.Yes-
.Yes..
-Yes-
.Yes-
.Yes-
.Yes-
.Yes-
.Yes-
Ratc
.5jp_^oo. oo
_ 252.35
_ 255.35
_ 246.35
. 341.35
_ 256.85
_ 256.85
_ 256.85
_ 247.35
. 247.35
_ 262.35
_ 331.85
_ 251.85
_ 251.85
_ 251.85
._ 248.35
_ 326.35
.. 246.85
... 246.85
._ 239.35
._ 239.35
._ 237.35
._ 237.35
._ 237.35
._ 237.35
.. 2,37.35
.. 242.85
„ 250.35
_. 238.35
„ 248.35
._ 250.35
__ 242.35
__ 239.35
._ 237.35
__ 241.85
_. 240.35
.$189.35
. 205.35
. 189.35
Roche Percee Assistant Agent.
Stoughton _ Assistant Agent.
$174.35
. 189 35
Young.
Levermen
.Leverman.
.$200.42
130
SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICT
MOOSE JAW DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Moose Jaw Agent No. _
Moose Jaw "MS" Operator No__
Moose Jaw Yard 1st Operator No. _
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No _ _
Caron Agent arid Op No	
2nd Operator No...
Mortlach : _ _ Agent and Opr—Yes...
Parkbeg Agent and Opr—Yes...
Secretan Agent and Opr._ _No__.
2r\d Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Chaplin Agent and Opr— Yes._.
Ernfold Agent and Opr—Yes...
Morse Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
2nd Operator No	
Herbert Agent and Opr— Yes._.
Rush Lake Agent and Opr._ _Yes...
Waldeck Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes...
Swift Current Agent No	
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Stewart Valley Agent and Opr— No	
Wymark Agent and Opr Yes._ _
Blumenhof Agent and Opr No	
Neville Agent and Opr Yes...
Pambrur^ Agent and Opr—No	
Vanguard Agent and Opr Yes	
Glenbain Agent and Opr— No	
Crestwynd Agent and Opr._ .No	
131
Rate
-$386.
- 268.
. 268.
. 268.
. 268.
. 262.
. 232.
. 255.
245.
242.
232
232
263
248
257
232
257
247
247.
341.
268.
268.
268.
237.
242.
237.
242.
237.
253.
237.
237.
85
85
85
85
85
35
35
35
35
35
.35
.35
.85
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
.35
85
85
85
85
35
35
35
35*
35
35
35
35 r
\
Itafeibft dodupafeidn      towelling
Courval..... „..-.Agent and Opr.. .No..
Coderre Agent and Opr—Yes..
SJiamrock Agent and Opr—Yes..
Kelstern Agent and Opr—No__
Hallonquist Agent and Opr No _ _
McMahon Agent and Opr—Yes. _
Bishopric —Agent and Opr—Yes..
Mossbank Agent and Opr Yes _ _
Vantage Agent and Opr—Yes..
Congress Agent and Opr Yes..
Assiniboia Agent. - No. _
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No_ _
Maxstone Agent and Opr—No. _
Scout Lake Agent and Opr—No._
Rockglen Agent and Opr—Yes..
Fife Lake Agent and Opr Yes..
Coronach Agent and Opr Yes..
Big Beaver Agent and Opr—No _.
Wood Mountain Agent and Opr Yes..
Glentworth Agent and Opr—No _ _
McCord Agent and Opr Yes..
Fir Mountain Agent and Opr No _.
Mankota Agent and Opr Yes..
Valor Agent and Opr No..
Limerick Agent and Opr Yes..
Melaval Agent and Opr Yes..
La Fleche Agent and Opr. _ .Yes.
Woodrow*. Agent and Opr Yes.
Meyronne Agent and Opr Yes.
Kincaid Agent and Opr Yes.
Hazenmore Agent and Opr Yes.
Aneroid Agent and Opr Yes.
Ponteix Agent and Opr Yes.
Cadillac Agent and Opr Yes.
Admiral Agent and Opr Yes.
Scotsguard Agent and Opr Yes.
Instow Agent and Opr Yes.
Shaui\avon ...Agent  No.
1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No..
132
Rat's
.$237.35
_ 244.35
. 237.35
. 237.35
. 237.35
. 237.35
_ 245.85
. 247.35
_ 237.35
_ 237.35
. 326.85
_ 249.85
_ 249.85
_ 237.35
. 237.35
_ 246.85
_ 237.35
._ 239.85
_ 237.35
._ 245.35
_ 237.35
_ 241.35
._ 237.35
._ 244.35
._ 237.35
._ 251.35
.. 241.85
._ 248.35
.. 248.35
.. 250.85
.. 248.35
.. 245.35
.. 248.35
._ 251.35
.. 247.35
.. 247.35
.. 244.35
... 237.35
._ 326.85
.. 246.85
.. 246.85
Station bceupation       foweinng
Tuxford ... ..Agent and Opr._ .Yes..
Marquis  Agent and Opr._ .Yes..
Keeler Agent and Opr._ _Yes..
Brownlee Agent and Opr—Yes..
Eyebrow Agent and Opr Yes..
Tugaske Agent and Opr—Yes..
Elbow Agent and Opr—Yes..
Loreburn Agent and Opr Yes..
Strongfield Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes _ _
Hawarden Agent and Opr—Yes..
Glenside .Agent and Opr—Yes._
Broderick Agent and Opr._ _Yes..
Outlook Agent and Opr._ .No. _
2nd Operator No..
Conquest Agent and Opr Yes..
Bounty Agent and Opr Yes..
Milden Agent and Opr._ _Yes__
Glamis Agent and Opr No	
Gunnworth Agent and Opr Yes...
Tuberose Agent and Opr Yes._.
Sanctuary. Agent and Opr._ _No__.
Kyle Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Sovereign Agent and Opr Yes...
Fortune Agent and Opr._ .No	
Rosetown Agent and Opr._ _Yes...
Anglia Agent and Opr Yes...
Herschel—,_ Agent arid Opr Yes...
Stranraer Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes._.
Plenty Agent arid Opr._ _Yes...
Druid Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Assistant Agents
Chaplin  .Assistant Agent. _	
Herbert Assistant Agent	
Mossbank .Assistant Agent	
Assiniboia Cashier	
Clerk. _,	
1st Checker .	
2n,d Checker ... .	
3rd Checker	
La Fleche Assistant Agent	
_tate
-$243.35
- 243.35
- 237.35
. 243.35
. 248.35
. 248.35
. 250.35
. 243.35
. 243.35
. 243.35
. 243.35
. 243.35
. 282.85
. 246.85
249.85
242.35
246.85
237.35
239.85
237.35
237.35
241.35
243.35
237.35
266.85
241.35
244.85
242.35
244.85
240.35
.$174.35
. 199.35
. 186.35
. 226.85
215.35
207.35
204.35
194.35
191.35
133 Shaunavon Casnier.	
Clerk ......
1st Checker......
Baggageman	
2nd Checker . _.
Outlook Cashier	
Cler>	
Checker	
Milden Assistant Agent _.
Rosetown Assistant Agent _.
2nd Asst. Ager^t..
Herschel— Assistant Agent,.
Gunnworth Assistant Agent _
Levermen
Rosetown Leverman	
.$226.85
. 215.35
. 207.35
. 204.35
. 194.35
. 220.85
. 204.35
_ 199.35
_ 184.35
_ 199.35
_ 179.35
_ 179.35
_ 174.35
.$200.42
SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICT
SASKATOON DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Saltcoats Agent and Opr— Yes..
Yorkton Agent... No__
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No. _
Ticket Agent ..No..
Springside Agent and Opr—No. _
Theodore -Agent and Opr—Yes..
Insigner r Agent and Opr. _ _Yes..
Sheho Agent and Opr. _ _Yes..
Goudie 1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No..
Tuffnell Agent arid Opr. _ .No..
Foam Lake Agent and Opr Yes.
Leslie Agent and Opr Yes.
Elfros Agent and Opr._ .Yes.
Mozart Agent and Opr Yes.
Wynyard Agent. ., Yes.
1st Operator No.
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No.
Kandahar Agent and Opr— Yes.
134
Rate
.$249.35
_ 341.85
_ 245.85
_ 245.85
_ 243.35
_ 253.35
_ 248.35
_ 237.35
_ 254.35
_ 232.35
_ 232.35
. 237.35
_ 249.35
_ 243.35
._ 243.35
._ 237.35
._ 284.35
.. 256.85
_ 256.85
._ 256.85
_ 239.35
Station Occupation      Dwelling
Dafoe. ..—Agent and Opr... .Yes..
Jansen. Agent and Opr._. Yes..
Lanigan ..^.. Agent No._
lst Operator No...
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No__
Guernsey Agent and Opr._ _Yes__
Plunkett Agent and Opr Yes. _
Viscount. Agent and Opr—Yes...
Colortsay. -Agent and Opr._ _No_ _.
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Elstow. _ Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. _.
Blucher Agent and Opr Yes...
Sutherland Agent Yes_ _.
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No_ _ _
Saskatoon  1st Operator No	
Asquith Agent and Opr._ _Yes___
Perdue Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.._
Biggar Agent and Opr._ _ Yes.._
Trayner_... Agent and Opr._ _ Yes....
Wilkie  Agent ^ . . . No . . _
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Phippen Agent and Opr._ _Yes___
Adanac Agent and Opr._ _Yes___
Unity— Agent and Opr._ _Yes___
Rutland Agent and Opr._ _Yes___
Senlac .Agent and Opr._ .Yes	
Evesham Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. _ „_,
Macklin Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes...
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator....No	
Hayter  Agent and Opr... Yes	
Provost Agent and Opr._ _ Yes....
2nd Operator No. _ _.
Cadogan Agent and Opr._ .Yes	
Metiskow..,  Agent and Opr...Yes	
135
Hate
-$243.35
- 243.35
.- 274.35
. 253.85
. 253.85
. 253.85
- 239.35
- 239.35
- 248.35
- 268.35
- 234.35
. 234.35
. 243.35
. 239.35
. 284.35
_ 256.85
. 256.85
- 256.85
. 262.85
- 244.35
. 253.35
. 251.35
. 239^35
. 284.35
. 256.85
. 256.85
. 256.85
237.35
239.35
243.35
237.35
239.35
239.35
268.35
241.35
241.35
238.35
255.35
232.35
241.35
237.35 f
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Czar  Agent and Opr._ .Yes....$243.35
Hughenden Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 243.35
Amisk  ...Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.85
Hardisty  __.Agent Noj.... 284.35
1st Operator No 256.85
2nd Operator No 256.85
3rd Operator No 256.85
West Bend. _  Agent and Opr. _ _ No 237.35
Wishart Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 237.35
Wadena Agent and Opr.__Yes 254.35
Hendon Agent and Opr._ .No „ 237.35
Fosston Agent and Opr. _ _ No 237.35
Rose Valley Agent and Opr Yes 246.85
Archerwill. Agent and Opr._ _No 240.85
McKague Agent and Opr...No 237.35
SylVania Agent and Opr._ .Yes 239.35
Tisdale Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 254.35
Leacross . Agent and Opr._ _No_l__ 237.35
Armley. _ ._o Agent and Opr.. _ Yes 237.35
Pontrilas.il... Agent and Opr._ .Yes 237.35
Codette.. Agent and Opr._ .Yes 243.35
Nipawin.. Agent and Opr._ .Yes 249.35
1st Operator No.... 241.85
Whitefox Agent and Opr.. .No 246.85
Love Agent andOpr.__No 237.35
Garrick Agent and Opr._ .No 237.35
Choiceland Agent and Opr._ .No 239.85
Smeaton Agent and Opr._ .No 238.85
Meath Park Agent and Opr. _ . No 241.85
Leoviile Agent and Opr._ .No 246.85
Meadow Lake Agent and Opr.__Yes 249.35
Humboldt . Agent and Opr.. .No 312.29
Pilger Agent and Opr.__No 2,37.35
Middle Lake Agent and Opr.. _No 237.35
St. Benedict Agent and Opr Yes 237.35
Tway Agent and Opr._ .No 237.35
Crystal Springs Agent and Opr Yes 237.35
Prince Albert... — — — 1st Operator No 241.85
2nd Operator No 241.85
Leroy Agent and Opr.. .Yes 237.35
Watson ___.i Agent and Opr...Yes 241,85
13.
Station r.
Spalding.... .^-     D«"'"«
Naicam ... >?' &n* Opr...Yes.
^
Pleasantdale-: £*?* ^ £pr._  Yes....
Melfort.... aS     a ??*'' "Yes— •
Fairy Glen      Agent and °Pr- -Y™~-
Arelee..... "">^ and Opr.__No.___
Sonningdale.". £®?J and £*- -Yes....
Valley Centre! iK£2^-5*^
Rockhaven...   a£?b a»d #>_•— Yes....
Cutknife...._ ZZban^pr...Yes... _
Baldwinton.. ". a£2 ^ Spr-"Yes—
Neilburg.        j£«* and Opr.__No.___
Unwin_.._       Afitan^2pr--Yes- —
Lone Rock '""" fe ^ 3^—No...
Furness... " aS ani2Pr--N<>-_.
1st Operator.__ No ~~"
McLaughlin.. ^Sff^''^^
Paradise Valley.' a£S ™* 9^- -N°~~
Leipzig Y Agent and Opr.. .No....
Handel.""" fgen* an* Opr—Yes...
Kelfield """ —Agent and Opr...Yes...
Revenue."" ?f *\ **% Spr--Yes—-
Tramping Lake if** m<* Opr.--Yes.___
Broadacres         ^ and °Pr- -Yes....
Kerrobert  ^ and Opr.. .Yes....
 Agent. ...No.
1st Operator... No"
Luseland..        !*f °pera^----No:;;;
Salvador 'fgen; anc? °Pr- -Yes...
Denzil      Agent and Opr...Yes
Primate" —Agent and Opr.._Yes__""~
"" AgentandOpr...yes     "
187
Rate
-$241.85
- 245.85
• 237.35
237.35
286.35
237.35
241.85
237.35
237.35
237.35
237.35
242.35
237.35
- 244.35
- 242.35
- 237.35
- 237.35
- 237.35
- 274.35
244.85
244.85
237.35
237.35
237.35
239.35
238.35
237.35
239.35
237.35
284.35
246.85
246.85
245.35
245.35
242.35
239,35 f
Yorkton.
Assistant Agents
 .Cashier $2?5'?5
Rate Clerk 215.35
1st Checker 215.35
2nd Checker... -.-- 205.35
Biller       204.35
1st Freight Clerk 20H£
2nd Freight Clerk 189.35
3rd Freight Clerk 174.35
Sheho fs^an* Agent 1Q3 85
Foam Lake 1* Ass, Ajent------   |
Wynyard ^&^-:±: f&g
Extra Checker 104,35
Lanigan hd Asst, Agerit .- 198.85
& 2nd Asst. Agent 1»9.35
Colonsay Assistant Agent 194.35
Sutherland Assistant Agent
Wilkie.
Provost .
_  „...._ 174.35
Cashier 225.35
Clerk I.... 215.35
1st Checker 210.35
2nd Checker.__" 205.35
Cashier 210.85
Assistant Agent 179.35
Hardisty 1st Checker 210.35
2nd Checker 205.35
Assistant Agent _. 199.35
Rose Valley Assistant Agent 174.35
Tisdale Assistant Agent 193.85
Nipawin Assistant Agent 198.85
Humboldt Assistant Agent 196.85
Melfort Assistant Agent 196.85
Clerk 185.85
Leoviile Assistant Agent, 174.35
Meadow Lake Cashier 209.85
1st Asst. Agent 191.85
2nd Asst. Agent 174.35
Lloydminster Cashier 214.35
■1st Asst. Agent 194.35
2nd Asst. Agent—....... 174.35
138
Kerrobert  Cashier. _	
Clerk ...
1st Checker	
2nd Checker	
Luselitnd Assistant Agent.
Naicam Assistant Agent.
Levermen
Reford . .Leverman	
Wadena Leverman	
Watson Leverman	
Saskatoon . Leverman	
Leverman	
Leverman	
.$225.35
. 215.35
. 205.35
. 205.35
. 189.35
174.35
.$200.42
. 200.42
. 200.42
. 210.42
210.42
210.42
ALBERTA DISTRICT
MEDICINE HAT DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Webb  — .Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes $249.35
Gull Lake Agent Yes 256.35
1st Operator No 246.85
2nd Operator No 246.85
3rd Operator No 246.85
Carmichael Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 239.85
Tompkins . Agent and Opr.__Yes 249.35
2nd Operator No 234.85
Piapot Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 249.35
Maple Creek Agent Yes 269.35
1st Operator No 252.85
2nd Operator No 252.85
3rd Operator No 252.85
Hatton Agent and Opr...Yes 249.35
Golden Prairie Agent and Opr. _ _ No 237.35
Walsh ...___Agent and Opr...Yes 244.35
2nd Operator No 234.85
Irvine  Agent and Opr.__Yes 249.35
Dunmore   1st Operator No 257.85
2nd Operator No 257.85
3rd Operator No 257.85
139 \
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Medicine Hat Yard Agent ...No	
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Disp 1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Redcliff .Agent and Opr.. _Yes...
Suffield  .Agent.  Yes...
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No...
Vauxhall Agent and Opr._ _No__
Enchant  .Agent and Opr._ _Yes__
Lomond Agent and Opr.__Yes__
Tilley _. ..Agent and Opr._ _Yes__
Brooks Agent  Yes. .
1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No..
Cassils.  Agent and Opr._.Yes..
Bassano.. __  Agent _Yes__
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No__
Cluny. _   .Agent and Opr.. _Yes..
Gleichen  Agent _ .Yes..
1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No__
Strathmore Agent and Opr.. _Yes..
Langdon  Agent and Opr. _ .Yes.,
Carsland Agent and Opr—Yes..
Dalemead  Agent and Opr—Yes.
Shepard  Agent and Opr.. .Yes..
2nd Operator No..
Success   Agent and Opr...Yes..
Pennant  Agent and Opr Yes.
Cabri .Agent and Opr...Yes.
Shackleton Agent and Opr.. .Yes.
Abbey Agent and Opr.. .Yes,
140
Rate
.$366.85
_ 268.85
. 268.85
. 268.85
. 262.85
_ 262.85
_ 262.85
_ 261.35
_ 274.35
_ 236.85
_ 236.85
_ 236.85
_ 241.35
_ 238.35
._ 241.35
._ 243.35
._ 261.85
._ 243.85
._ 243.85
._ 243.85
„ 237.35
.. 262.35
._ 254.85
._ 254.85
._ 254.85
„ 242.35
__ 256.35
_. 243.85
_. 243.85
._ 243.85
_. 249.35
.. 246.35
__ 239.35
... 239.35
._ 239.35
__ 234.85
__ 241.35
__ 241.35
... 269.35
... 238.35
__ 246.35
%
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate^
Lancer._ Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes._. .$239.35
Portreeve....... Agent and Opr._. Yes____ 238.35
Lemstord Agent and Opr. _ _ No 238 35
Sceptre—.  Agent and Opr._ .Yes 242*35
Prelate Agent and Opr.. _ Yes 249 *35
Leader Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.__    254 *35
Empress Agent.. No 264.85
1st Operator No 234.85
2nd Operator No 234.85
_.   ,. 3rd Operator No 234*85
Bindloss Agent and Opr.. . No 239.35
Buffalo Agent and Opr. __ No 237 35
Jenner Agent and Opr._ .Yes.... 237.*35
Patricia Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.       237 35
Duchess Agent and Opr.. .Yes 238*35
Rosemary Agent and Opr. _ _No 237 .'35
Hazlet  Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 237 35
Y.77 A^ent and Opr. _ _ No 237 .*35
Mendham Agent and Opr.._ No 237 35
Burstall Agent and Opr.. .Yes.. _ 237*35
Hilda ..Agent and Opr._ .Yes 237.35
Schuler.     Agent and Opr.__No 237.35
Richmond Agent and Opr... No 237 35
Fox Valley Agent and Opr. __ Yes 237 35
Hussar     Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 240.35
Standard Agent and Opr.. .Yes 240.35
Irricana Agent and Opr.__Yes..._ 242.35
Beiseker Agent and Opr. __Yes ... 239.35
Acme Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 242.35
Carbon Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 259.35
Kneehill Agent  No.... 276*35
1st Operator No 233.85
2nd Operator No 233.85
T3      ,. 3rd Operator No 233.85
Rosedale. --Agent and Opr.. .No 259.35
^   , -,   . 2nd Operator No 233.85
East Coulee Agent  Yes.... 276*35
1st Operator No 233.85
2nd Operator No 233.85
t,    . 3rd Operator No 233.85
Torrington .....Agent and Opr.. .Yes.... 237.35
141 Station
Wimborne. _
Occupation       Dwelling Rate
.Agent and Opr. ..No $237.35
Assistant Agents
Gull Lake Assistant Agent..... ^00.35
Tompkins Assistant Agent 200.35
Maple Creek.......-Sshier-A^--^ $fc™
2nd Asst. Agent 204.35
 Assistant Agent 204.35
Redcliff.
Suffield.
Brooks.
Bassano.
Leader..
Kneehill.
Rosedale—
East Coulee.
Assistant Agent 202.35
 1st Asst. Agent 207.35
2nd Asst. Agent 197.35
3rd Asst. Agent 197.35
 Assistant Agent 204.35
 1st Asst. Agent... 204.35
2nd Asst. Agent 174.35
 1st Asst. Agent 203.35
2nd Asst. Agent 197.35
3rd Asst. Agent 187.35
 Assistant Agent 201.35
 Cashier 215.35
1st Asst. Agent 197.35
2nd Asst. Agent  197.35
ALBERTA DISTRICT
LETHBRIDGE DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Seven Persons Agent and Opr—Yes..
Winnifred Agent and Opr Yes..
Bow Island Agent and Opr—Yes..
2nd Operator No _.
3rd Operator No..
Burdett Agent and Opr.__No_.
Grassy Lake Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.
Purple Springs Agent and Opr—Yes.
Taber Agent and Opr Yes.
2nd Operator No ..
3rd Operator No..
Barnwell Agent and Opr.. .Yes.
142
Rate
.$242.35
_ 242.35
_ 251.35
_ 236.35
_ 236.35
_ 249.35
244.35
._ 238.35
._ 275.35
._ 239.35
.. 239.35
._ 244.35
I
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Chin  Agent and Opr.__Yes_.
Coaldale Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes..
Lethbridge Agent No. _
Yard 1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No__
Dispr 1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No. _
Coalhurst Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. _
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No__
Monarch Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. _
MacLeod Agent. _ _No__
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No. _.
3rd Operator No...
Brocket Agent and Opr Yes...
Pincher Agent and Opr Yes...
2nd Operator No	
Cowley Agent and Opr Yes. _.
Lundbreck Agent and Opr Yes. _.
Burmis 1st Operator Yes. _.
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Hillcrest Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes. _ _
2nd Operator No	
Frank.. Agent and Opr._ _ Yes.._
Blairmore Agent and Opr._ _ Yes.._
2nd Operator No	
Coleman Agent and Opr Yes	
DeWinton Agent and Opr Yes	
Okotoks ... Agent and Opr Yes	
2nd Operator No	
Aldersyde Agent and Opr Yes	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
High River. Agent and Opr. _ _No	
Cayley Agent and Opr._ .Yes	
Nanton  Agent and Opr Yes	
Parkland Agent and Opr.__Yes	
Stavely Agent and Opr._ .Yes	
143
Rate
--$238.35
-- 249.35
-- 366.85
-- 268.85
-- 268.85
-- 268.85
-- 263.85
-- 263.85
-- 257.35
-- 235.35
-- 235.35
-- 244.35
-- 318.35
•- 263.85
•- 263.85
•- 263.85
.- 241.35
- 268.35
- 239.35
. 246.35
. 246.35
- 239.35
- 239.35
- 239.35
- 261.35
. 239.35
. 258.35
- 261.35
- 239.35
- 263.35
- 238.35
- 261.35
- 236.35
- 244.35
. 234.35
. 234.35
. 280.35
. 244.35
. 256.35
241.35
245.35 f
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Claresholm Agent and Opr. _ _ No _ .
Cranum Agent and Opr Yes..
Blackie Agent and Opr Yes..
Brant Agent and Opr Yes..
Ensign Agent and Opr No__
Vulcan Agent and Opr Yes. .
Champion Agent and Opr Yes..
Carmangay Agent and Opr Yes..
Barons Agent and Opr Yes..
Nobleford Agent and Opr Yes..
Milo —Agent and Opr Yes..
Arrowwood Agent and Opr Yes..
Picture Butte Agent and Opr No _ .
Turin Agent and Opr No__
Stirling Agent and Opr Yes__
New Dayton Agent and Opr Yes..
Warner Agent and Opr Yes..
Milk River Agent and Opr Yes..
Coutts Agent and Opr Yes..
Raymond_ _■- Agent and Opr Yes..
Magrath Agent and Opr Yes..
Spring Coulee Agent and Opr Yes..
Cardston Agent and Opr Yes_.
Glenwood . Agent and Opr Yes..
Wrentham Agent and Opr No_ _
Foremost Agent and Opr Yes_.
Etzikom __ Agent and Opr No _.
Manyberries Agent and Opr Yes.
Govenlock Agent and Opr Yes..
Consul Agent and Opr Yes..
Robsart Agent and Opr—Yes..
Ravenscrag Agent and Opr. _ _ No _.
Eastend ... Agent and Opr._.Yes..
Dollard Agent and Opr. _ .Yes.
Claydon Agent and Opr Yes.
Loomis Agent and Opr No..
Frontier Agent and Opr._ _No_.
Climax Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.
Bracken Agent and Opr Yes.
Orkney  Agent and Opr._ .No..
Valmarie Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes.
144
Rate
.$275.35
. 246.35
. 244.35
. 241.35
_ 238.35
. 254.35
. 246.35
. 246.35
. 246.35
. 243.35
._ 241.35
.. 241.35
.. 251.85
.. 238.35
._ 249.35
._ 244.35
._ 244.35
.. 244.35
.. 259.35
._ 262.35
.. 246.35
.. 239.35
._ 250.35
._ 239.85
._ 238.35
.. 244.35
.. 240.35
._ 242.35
_. 243.35
_. 239.35
__ 238.35
.. 238.35
.. 247.35
__ 238.35
_. 238.35
__ 238.35
_. 239.35
__ 238.35
__ 238.35
__ 238.35
.. 239.35
Assistant Agents
Taber Cashier.
$217.85
Assistant Agent     202
Bow Island Assistant Agent     202
Pincher Assistant Agent " " 202
Hillcrest Assistant Agent       " " 203
Blairmore.  Assistant Agent._ ~" 203
Coleman 1st Asst. Agent ~" 203
35
35
35
35
35
_~^.35
2nd Asst. Agent 197.35
Okotoks 1st Asst. Agent 203.35
2nd Asst. Agent 202.35
High River.. Cashier 208.85
Assistant Agent 193.35
Nanton Assistant Agent 203.35
Claresholm Cashier 217.35
Assistant Agent 203.35
Vulcan Cashier   217.85
Assistant Agent 203.35
Picture Butte Cashier   217.35
1st Asst. Agent 198.35
2nd Asst. Agent  198.35
Coutts Cashier 217.35
Raymond Cashier. _  217.85
Assistant Agent 203.35
ALBERTA DISTRICT
CALGARY DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Cochrane Agent and Opr Yes. _
2nd Operator No. .
Morley  Agent and Opr Yes..
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No...
Ozada Agent and Opr._ .No. _.
Exshaw Agent and Opr._ _ Yes...
Canmore Agent and Opr...Yes...
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
145
Rate
..$252.35
.- 233.35
.- 239.35
- 232.35
. 232.35
. 237.35
- 248.35
- 261.35
. 246.35
- 246.35 Station Occupation       Dwelling
Banff Agent Yes...
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No. _.
3rd Operator No...
Lake Louise. Agent Yes._
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No__
Stephen  1st Operator Yes. _
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No..
Yoho Operator Yes..
Red Deer Agent No__
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No__
Penhold Agent and Opr._ _ Yes..
Innisfail Agent and Opr._ _Yes..
2nd Operator No. _
Bowden Agent and Opr—Yes..
Olds Agent, and Opr._ _Yes_.
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No__
Didsbury Agent and Opr—Yes..
Carstairs Agent and Opr—Yes_.
Crossfield Agent and Opr._ .No__
2nd Operator No. .
Airdrie Agent and Opr—No..
Alyth 1st Operator No _.
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No..
Tower 1st St. W., 1st Operator No..
Calgary 2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No..
Disprs. Office, Calgary .1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No..
Sylvan Lake Agent and Opr—Yes.
Benalto Agent and Opr—Yes.
Eckville Agent and Opr._ .No.
Rocky Mtn. House Agent and Opr. _ .Yes.
2nd Operator No.
146
Rate
.$313.35
_ 252.35
_ 252.35
_ 252.35
_ 265.35
_ 248.35
. 248.35
. 248.35
. 246.35
. 246.35
_ 246.35
_ 239.35
_ 357.35
... 264.85
._ 264.85
... 264.85
.. 242.35
.. 250.35
._ 232.35
._ 243.35
.. 252.35
.. 235.35
._ 232.35
._ 250.35
.. 248.35
.. 250.35
.. 232.35
.. 253.35
.. 274.85
.. 274.85
.. 274.85
.. 271.85
.. 271.85
.. 271.85
.. 266.85
.. 266.85
_. 237.35
_. 237.35
_. 237.35
_. 259.35
_. 245.35
Assistant Agents
Exshaw Assistant Agent $203.35
Canmore Assistant Agent 202.35
Innisfail 1st Asst. Agent 207.85
2nd Asst. Agent 189.35
Olds Assistant Agent 209.35
Didsbury 1st Asst. Agent 205.85
2nd Asst. Agent 189.35
Carstairs Assistant Agent 199.35
Crossfield Assistant Agent 199.35
Rockv Mtn. House Cashier 211.85
Clerk 201.35
Clerk 195.35
Levermen
2nd St. East, Calgary. _ 1st Leverman $225.42
2nd Leverman 225.42
3rd Leverman 225.42
12th St. East, Calgary. 1st Leverman 225.42
2nd Leverman 225.42
3rd Leverman 225.42
ALBERTA DISTRICT
EDMONTON DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
North Junction C.N.R._Operator  No $232.35
Blackfalds Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes 237.35
Lacombe Agent  No 273.35
1st Operator No 252.85
2nd Operator No 246.85
3rd Operator No 246.85
Ponoka Agent and Opr._ .No 254.35
2nd Operator No 238.85
Hobbema Agent and Opr...Yes 237.35
Wetaskiwin Agent. .Yes 283.35
1st Operator No 259.85
2nd Operator No 259.85
3rd Operator No 259.85
4th Operator No 259.85
Millet Agent and Opr.__Yes 241.35
147 (
Station Occupation
Nisku Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator.. ,
Leduc Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator.. _
3rd Operator, _.
South Edmonton Agent	
1st Operator , _
2nd Operator __
3rd Operator ,,
Edmonton 1st Operator ,,
2nd Operator,,
Superb Agent and Opr.
Major Agent and Opr.
Compeer Agent and Opr.
Altario Agent and Opr.
Monitor Agent and Opr.
Consort Agent aixd Opr.
Veteran Agent and Opr.
Coronation Agent	
Operator	
Fleet Agent and Opr.
Castor Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator, ,
Halkirk Agent and Opr.
Gadsby Agent and Opr.
Botha Agent and Opr.
Stettler Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator,,
Erskine - Agent and Opr.
Alix Agent and Opr.
Tees Agent and Opr.
Clive Agent and Opr.
Lougheed Agent and Opr.
Sedgewick Agent and Opr..
2nd Operator,,
Killam_ Agent and Opr..
Strome Agent and Opr..
Daysland Agent and Opr..
Bawlf Agent and Opr..
148
Dwelling
...No..
...No..
...Yes..
.No_.
_No_.
_No__
_No__
.No_.
_No__
-No_.
_No__
_Yes_.
.Yes..
_Yes_.
.Yes..
_Yes__
_Yes_.
_Yes__
_No__
_No__
.Yes..
.Yes_.
.No_.
.Yes_.
.Yes_.
.Yes_.
.Yes__
.No_.
.Yes._
.Yes_.
.No_.
.Yes..
.Yes_.
.Yes-
.No-_
.Yes_.
. Yes-
Yes..
Yes..
Rate
.$272.85
232.35
. 254.35
. 236.85
. 236.85
. 320.35
. 259.85
. 257.85
. 258.85
. 262.85
. 261.85
238.35
239.35
239.35
237.35
245.35
241.3.5
241.35
270.35
244.85
237.35
247.35
232.35
239.35
241.35
238.35
257.35
241.35
239.35
240.35
237.35
240.35
239.35
243.35
234.35
241.35
241.35
241.35
239.35
Dwelling
...No.
-_No
..No
..No  "
--Yes__
- -Yes__
--No_
..No."'
-No.
.No
-No.
-No."""
-Yes.."
-Yes...
Station a„~
Occupation
Camrose Agent  _
1st Operator.
2nd Operator.
Bentlev ?d °Perator__
Rhnbev Agent and Opr..
Bluffton" Agent and Opr..
Thorsbv"""" Agent and Opr._
Winfield Agent and Opr._
Calmar Agent and Opr. _
Breton Agent and Opr..
Warburg." a25 !"S #*-
Streamstown! fSnt SS n1*-
Marwavn p       Agent and Opr. _
DewbeTry6 aSJ "^ 8^-
ClandonakC £g* a*d ^pr.. .Yes...
Derwent... E l^-^-
Myrnam.. jg*a*d °Pr--Yes.-
Beauvallon.":."  fg* a»d °Pr- -Yes...
Two Hills         Tg   . an(J 9Pr- - - Yes. - .
HairvH m lgent and °Pr- - - Yes
Andrew... ffZ\Ta Rpr- "Yes— -
St. Michael".".: «?* ^ °Pr- -Yes....
Veerreville a gen* and °Pr- - - Yes.
egrevme Agent and Qpr _  ^ -- - -
Assistant Agents
Lacombe Cashier
1st Clerk
2nd Clerk
Ponoka...... &%£?*<*"'
Rate
--$274.35
-- 244.85
-- 240.35
-- 240.35
- 237.35
- 240.35
- 237.35
- 237.35
- 242.35
- 237.35
- 242.35
- 237.35
- 237.35
- 247.35
- 244.35
• 244.35
• 242.35
244.35
237.35
245.35
244.35
252.35
240.35
240.35
273.35
1st Asst. Agent.
Leduc 2nd Asst. Agent.
Coronation" Assistant Agent.
casr.tn—■"""-issan+t fgent-
stettier..;;; :cShtrntAgent-
Killam ?le^-
Daysland" Assistant Agent.
aysiana Assistant Agent.
$228.35
209.35
202.35
174.35
221.35
208.35
199.35
205.35
204.35
201.35
221.35
200.35
195.35
195.35
149 /
Rimbey     Assistant Agent.
Willingdon." Assistant Agent.
.$195.35
. 189.35
PACIFIC REGION
REVELSTOKE DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Field Agent. .....Yes...
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No _ _
3rd Operator No. _
Leanchoil 1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No. _
Glenogle Operator No _ _
Golden Agent Yes..
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No. _
Beavermouth  Agent and Opr. _ _Yes. _
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No...
Stoney Creek 1st Operator No _ _
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No__
Glacier  Agent and Opr—No__
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No _ _
Albert Canyon Agent and Opr.__Yes..
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No..
Revelstoke Agent.__ Yes..
1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No..
(Disp. Office) 1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No..
Taft  Agent and Opr. _ _Yes.
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No.
150
Rate
$304.35
_ 268.85
_ 268.85
_ 268.85
_ 240.35
239.35
239.35
_ 233.35
.. 271.35
._ 251.35
._ 251.35
._ 251.35
._ 267.35
.. 245.35
.. 245.35
.. 240.35
.. 239.35
_. 239.35
.. 272.35
._ 251.35
__ 251.35
__ 262.35
__ 239.35
._ 239.35
__ 304.35
.. 268.85
.. 268.85
__ 268.85
__ 263.85
__ 263.85
... 250.35
__ 239.35
_. 239.35
Station Occupation
Sicamous Agent	
1st Operator. _
2nd Operator..
3rd Operator..
Canoe - -Agent	
Salmon Arm Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator. _
3rd Operator. _
Tappen  Operator	
Notch Hill  Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator. _
3rd Operator. _
Chase .Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator. _
3rd Operator. _
Campbell Creek Operator	
Arrowhead  Agent and Opr.
Enderby Agent and Opr..
Armstrong Agent _
1st Operator	
2nd Operator...
3rd Operator...
Vernon Agent	
1st Operator	
2nd Operator	
3rd Operator	
Ticket Agent	
Kelowna Agent and Opr. _
Lake Windermere Agent and Opr, _
Assistant Agents
Golden..  1st Asst. Agent.
2nd Asst* Agent.
Salmon Arm — 1st Asst. Agent _
2nd Asst. Agent.
3rd Asst. Agent.
Enderby  Assistant Agent.
Armstrong .Assistant Agent..
Vernon  1st Asst. Agent.
2nd Asst. Agent..
Kelowna.. ... Is". A_fe& Agent..
id
Dwelling
---Yes..
--No.
--No__
--No__
.-No_.
--Yes._
..No_.
-No__.
-No...
.-Yes_.
-_No._
..No__.
-.Yes...
..No.:.
..No...
..Yes...
..No...
..Yes...
.-Yes...
..No..
..No."..
..No...
-No...
..No...
-.No__.
..No_._
-No.__
_No___
-No_._
Rate
-$284.85
- 251.85
- 251.85
- 251.85
- 245.85
- 267.35
- 239.35
- 239.35
- 233.35
- 265.35
- 241.35
- 241.35
. 259.85
. 233.35
. 233.35
. 233.35
274_35
264.85
267.85
233.85
233.85
233.85
314.85
247.85
247.85
247.85
246.35
304.85
252.35
°5
.$205.^
.174.35
. 212.85
. 174.35
174.35
174.35
212.85
244.85
221.85
244.85 f
Kelowra .2nd Asst. Agent	
Lake Windermere Assistant Agent	
PACIFIC REGION
VANCOUVER DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Kamloops Agent No	
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Savona Agent and Opr._ .Yes...
Walhachin Agent and Opr Yes...
2nd Operator No. _.
Ashcroft Agent and Opr—Yes..
2nd Operator No _ _
Spences Bridge Agent and Opr Yes..
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No. _
Lytton Agent and Opr.__Yes__
2nd Operator No. _
North Bend Agent , Yes..
lst Operator No..
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No _ _
(Disp. Office) Operator No. _
Yale Agent and Opr._ _Yes..
2nd Operator No _.
Odium  .Operator .No..
Ruby Creek  __ 1st Operator Yes..
2nd Operator. . . .No..
3rd Operator ...Jo..
Agassiz   .Agent and Opr. _ .Yes..
2nd Operator No..
Mission Agent- Yes.
1st Operator No..
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No.
Huntingdon Agent and Opr— No _
Abbotsiord Agent and Opr. _ _ Yes_
Ruskin  .*.. . J Agent and dpr;_ _ Yes -
182
.$210.35
. 174.35
Rate
.$315.35
. 268.85
_ 268.85
. 268.85
. 247.35
_ 249.35
. 243.35
. 259.35
_ 242.35
. 272.35
_ 254.35
_ 254.35
.. 254.35
.. 235.35
.. 277.35
.. 268.85
.. 268.85
._ 268.85
.. 263.85
_. 247.35
_.. 233.35
__ 237.35
__ 255.35
.. 254.35
«... 254;35
,. 256.35
._ 242.35
__ 256.35
... 250.35
__ 250.35
__ 250.35
__ 270.35
_ 264.35
... 256.35
Station Occupation
Haney-    _____ Agent and Opr
Hammond _ _ _ _ Agent and Opr,
Coquitlam;. Agent and Opr.
2nd Operator. _
_, _ j... 3rd Operator. _
Fraser Mills Agent and Opr.
Westimmster Agent and Opr.
„' '■;•,,     , 2nd Operator. _
Port Moody Agent and Opr.
Vancouver 1st Operator. .
2nd Operator __
3rd Operator..
Dwelling
--No.
.--Yes..
..-Yes..
.--No.
--No.
--No.
--No..
--No__
--Yes__.
-.No.
-No.
-.No..'
Assistant Agents
Rate
--$260.35
-- 255.35
-- 278.85
-- 261.85
-- 261.85
- 245.35
- 321.35
- 251.35
1 267.35
- 268.85
- 268.85
- 268.85
Ashcroft        Assistant Agent moi k qk
Spences Bridge Assistant Agent ^fofff
Mission" Assistant Agent 200.85
Mission.. 1st Asst. Agent 226.35
„    ,     , 2nd Asst. Agent  215 85
AbTSSd1 --Assist Agent.....;;:; Willi
ADDoistora 1st Asst. Agent 208 35
Coauitkm 2nd Asst. Agent.. .".' 181.'85
PACIFIC REGION
KOOTENAY DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station
Crowsnest. _
Michel.
Natal........
Occupation       Dwelling Rate
.-Agent...    Yes..._$281.85
1st Operator No 261.85
2nd Operator_.__No..      261 85
3rd Operator No 261.85
-Agent -...--Yes— 273.85
1st Operator No.__. 238.85
2nd Operator No 238.85
3rd Operator No 238.85
- Agent and Opr.. _ Yes. _. _ 245 . 35
153
V ^-
f
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Fernie.. Agent Yes	
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Elko ...Agent and Opr._ _Yes___
Colvalli ,_ __Operator. No	
Wardner Agent and Opr—Yes.._
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Cranbrook Agent.  No	
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
3rd Operator No	
Kimberley Agent and Opr—Yes...
Moyie. _ Operator Yes...
Yahk Agent and Opr. _ _Yes...
2nd Operator No _ _.
3rd Operator No...
McConnel Operator No. _
Eriekson  Agent and Opr.. _ Yes—
Creston .Agent and Opr.. .No..
2nd Operator No. _
Sirdar  1st Operator No. _
2nd Operator No__
3rd Operator No _ _
Procter  .Operator Yes..
Nelson Agent No. _
1st Operator No _.
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No..
' • * Chief Disp.'s Opr. No..
412 Operator No..
South Slocan  .Agent and Opr. _ _No _.
Slocan City Agent and Opr.. .No_
Brilliant Agent and Opr.. .Yes.
Castlegar Agent Yes.
1st Operator No.
2nd Operator No.
3rd Operator. . . .No.
154
Rate
$309.35
. 244.35
244.35
. 244.35
251.35
233.35
251.35
233.35
_ 233.35
329.35
264.85
264.85
. 264.85
279.35
233.35
253.85
._ 238.85
._ 238.85
233.35
.. 245.35
266.85
._ 238.85
.. 235.35
__ 234.35
_. 234.35
__ 233.35
.. 341.85
264.85
264.85
264.85
263.85
.. 263.85
274.35
255.35
_ 251.85
_ _ 275.35
_ 245.85
._ 245.85
... 245.85
Station                              Occupation       Dwelling
Tadanac Agent No...
1st Operator No
2nd Operator No. I ]
3rd Operator No__
Trail .     Agent and Opr.. .No
Rossland     Agent and Opr.    No
Coykendahl Operator. No
Farron.. 1st Operator No__:
2nd Operator No _
Cascade Operator. _ Yes
Grand Forks Agent and Opr.. . Yes."-
2nd Operator No	
„      , ^   ,    ... 3rd Operator No...
Grand Forks City Op. & Tkt. Clerk No
Greenwood Agent and Opr. __ Yes " "
Midway Agent and Opr.__Yes__:
2nd Operator No. _ _
3rd Operator No
Kaslo Agent and Opr._ .No
Roseberry Agent and Opr._ .Yes
Nakusp Agent Yes'
Operator No
Lardeau Agent and Opr. _ . Yes.
Rate
.$351.85
- 259.85
- 259.85
- 259.85
- 298.35
- 289.35
- 233.35
- 234.35
- 233.35
- 233.35
- 304.85
- 254.85
_ 254.85
- 261.85
_ 259.35
. 266.85
. 245.85
. 245.85
. 279.35
- 245.35
. 263.35
. 233.35
- 245.35
Assistant Agents
Michel	
Kimberley.
Creston	
Castlegar.
Tadanac.
..1st Asst. Agent $201.85
2nd Asst. Agent  174.85
..1st Asst. Agent 214 35
2nd Asst. Agent 189.35
■ «, 4sst* Agent 201.85
2nd Asst. Agent 174.85
-Assistant Agent 201.' 85
.Cashier        251.85
Rate Clerk 236.85
^ Clerk  212.35
2ndClerk 207.35
1st Checker  202.85
2nd Checker __._ 202.85
3rd Checker  202^85
4th Checker   202.85
5th Clerk-Stenographer .. 202.85
150 /
Trail Ticket Clerk	
Cashier	
Clerk	
Clerk	
Assistant Agent	
Warehouseman	
Shedman (4)	
Rossland... Assistant Agent	
Grand Forks 1st Asst. Agent	
2nd Asst. Agent	
Midway Assistant Agent	
PACIFIC REGION
KETTLE VALLEY DIVISION
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling
Beaverdell Agent and Opr. _ _ No..
McCulloch Operator No..
Penticton Agent  No..
1st Operator No _.
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No..
Oliver Agent and Opr._ _No_.
2nd Operator No..
Osoyoos Agent and Opr—No _.
Summerland Agent and Opr. _ _ No _.
West Summerland Agent and Opr—Yes..
2nd Operator No..
Princeton Agent .. No _.
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No..
3rd Operator No__
Brookmere Agent and Opr—Yes..
2nd Operator No. _
3rd Operator No..
Hope... Agent and Opr._ _No_.
Merritt. Agent and Opr—No..
2nd Operator No..
Allenby Agent and Opr Yes..
Operator No. _
156
.$237.35
. 229.35
. 192.35
. 192.35
. 174.35
. 235.42
. 201.85
. 206.85
. 219.85
. 174.35
. 176.85
Rate
.$245.35
. 233.35
. 304.85
. 264.85
. 264.85
. 264.85
. 264.35
. 233.35
. 259.35
. 259.35
. 259.35
. 233.35
. 276.35
. 245.35
. 245.35
. 245.35
. 271.35
. 245.35
. 245.35
. 245.35
. 269.35
. 233.35
. 248.35
. 233.35
Assistant Agents
Penticton Cashier $244.85
Senior Shedman 236.35
Freight Clerk 213! 35
Freight Clerk 211.85
Shed and Baggageman _ _ _ 207.85
Shed anpl Baggageman. _ _ 207.85
Shed and Baggageman ... 207.85
Shed and Baggageman ... 207.85
ShedClerk... 205.85
Shed Clerk 205.85
Shedman and Clerk 205.85
Shedman 205.85
Freight Clerk 199.85
Oliver 1st Asst. Agent. 199.85
2nd Asst. Agent 174.85
Osoyoos Assistant Agent 199.85
Summerland  Assistant Agent 202.85
West Summerland Assistant Agent 197.35
Princeton 1st Asst. Agent 20L85
2nd Asst. Agent  174.85
Merritt 1st Asst. Agent 196.85
2nd Asst. Agent 174.85
Allenby Assistant Agent  _ 189.35
Hope.
Levermen
.Leverman $200.42
Leverman 200.42
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
Agents and Operators
Station Occupation       Dwelling Rate
Shawnigan... Agent No $257.85
Duncan........ Agent Yes 274.85
1st Operator No 236.85
2nd Operator No 236.85
Hayward Operator Yes.... 233.35
Osborne Bay. Operator Yes 233.35
Chemainus Agent No 264.85
Operator No 234.85
157 f
Station
Occupation       Dwelling
Ladysmith Agent No..
1st Operator No	
2nd Operator No	
Nanaimo Agent Yes...
Operator No	
Wellington Agent No. _.
1st Operator No...
2nd Operator No _ _.
Jayem Operator Yes..
Parksville Agent Yes..
Operator. No__
Qualicum Beach Agent Yes..
Courtenay Agent Yes__
Port Alberni Agent No __
1st Operator No__
2nd Operator No. _
Lake Cowichan Agent Yes..
Operator No. _
Rate
.$277.85
238.85
238.85
294.85
235.85
259.85
235.85
235.85
233.35
_ 254.85
_ 234.85
.. 251.85
_ 274.85
._ 326.85
239.85
_ 239.85
259.85
233.85
Duncan.
Chemainus.
Assistant Agents
 Shedman $199.85
Assistant Agent 174.85
 Clerk 174.85
Ladysmith Clerk 175.85
Assistant Agent 174.35
Nanaimo Clerk 199.85
Clerk  177.85
Shedman 204.85
Courtenay Assistant Agent 204.85
Port Alberni 1st Asst. Agent 199.85
2nd Asst. Agent  189.85
3rd Asst. Agent 179.85
4th Asst. Agent 176.85
5th Asst. Agent 174.35
Lake Cowichan Asst. Agt. & Log Scaler 199.85
Royston.
Levermen
.Leverman.
158
.$199.35
INDEX
Article
Assistant Agents:
Definition and various other titles     24
1922 agreement . ..«,	
Removal    of   established    positions    from
schedule     24
Conditions  upon   transferring  to  Telegraphers' ranks     24
Compulsory  feature   when   transferred   as
Telegrapher     24
Reverting to Asst. Agent _„     24
Advertising,     filling    and     abolishing    of
positions     24
Assigning  hours  of  duty  to  Agent's  convenience      24
Graduated rates of pay     24
Former railway service     24
Other   articles   of   schedule   applicable   to
Asst. Agents     24
Board of Adjustment Service:
Relief and transportation        4
Broken Time:
Tables for computing	
Bulletins: See Seniority 2
Classifications and Scope of Agreement   Scope
Commissions and Commercial Business:
Rates of commissions      15
Division of commission among Telegraphers     15
Service outside assigned hours      15
Service on Sundays and holidays      15
Salary adjustment when commissions withdrawn or restored      19
Coroner's Inquests and Courts—
Attending:
Payment of wages and expenses        7
See also Appendix "A"	
Definition:
Definition of word "Telegrapher"        I
Memorandum of understanding re electric
apparata „ *        1
Dispatchers:
Hours of service and clerical work      17
Seniority of        2
Rates of pay     26
Vacation     21
Dwelling, Fuel and Light:
Exclusive rights to use of      11
Accommodation for work train service -     11
Accommodation at outlying points      11
159
Clam
»e     Page
1
53
71
2
53
3
53
4
5
54
54
6
54
7
8
9
55
55
55
10
55
21
84
3
1
2
2
3
41
41
41
41
45
23
62
4
5
>3-4l
1.2
1.2
43
16 to 20
58,59
46
1
2
3
26
26
27 I
1
Article   Clause     Page
Rental deduction *  11 4 27
Fuel supply  11 5 27
Salary ad j ust ment for loss of.. .. 11 6 27
Rights to use same when pensioned or dismissed  11 7 27
Repairs to  11 8 27
Cleaning of offices, waiting rooms, etc.  11 9 27
Wiring for electricity  11 10 27
Water supply for domestic purposes  11 11 28
Emergency Clause: 27 60
Emergency service at wrecks, slides, etc—       8 23
Exemptions:
Handling of way freight  10 1 25
All other exempted services  10 2 25
Care of train order signals  10 3 26
Teaching of telegraphy .  10 4 26
General:
Use of good judgment in filing grievances
not covered by terms of agreement  74
Procedure   to   be   used   by   Telegraphers   in
progressing grievances        3 3 21
Tables of overtime rates of pay on hourly
basis  76
Tables   for   computing   broken   time   on
monthly basis  84
Grievances and Discipline:
Time limits for and results of  3 1             20
Payment for delay over ten days  3 21
Co-Telegrapher's assistance  3 2             21
Procedure—see general  3 3             21
Hours of Service:
One day's work  16 1 42
Extension to cover meal period  16 2 42
Conditions governing exemption of agents
from wire work  16 3 42
Rest period  16 4 42
Commencement hours for agents  16 5 42
Meal period—commencement times  16 6 42
Assigned hours  16 7 43
Service outside regular hours of duty  16 8 43
Meeting late passenger trains  16 9 43
Lunch periods when no meal period  16 10 43
Exchange of tricks  16 11 43
Household Effects—Movement of  22 52
Incompetency of Telegraphers—Procedure 20 45
Levermen:
Preference given when no Levermen available, etc      25 1, 5 56, 57
160
Article   Clause
Bulletining and filling of positions  25 2, 3
Transferring . . .  25 4
Rights when permanent position abolished. 25 6
Rights when temporary position abolished. 25 7
Commencement hours on 24-hour positions 25 8
Wage rates for additional positions  25 9
Other articles of schedule applicable  25 10
Linemen:
Rights of promotion to Telegrapher  23
Overtime and Calls:
Tables of overtime rates of pay—see General
Time in excess of 8 hours... .  12 14
Work in excess of forty straight-time hours 12 15
Definition of term "work week"  12 15
Basis for computing hourly rates for overtime .   12 16
Calls outside of regularly assigned hours of
duty .   ....  12      17, 18, 19
Dispatchers'and Supervisors'rules  12 20
Overwork—Assistance or Relief:
Procedure of investigation when requested-     18 2
Procedure when stall being reduced      18 3
Procedure  when   Dispatchers,, Supervisors
or Telegraphers are overworked      18 4
Positions:
Additional positions—fixing of wage rates.Preamble      1
Additional positions—Telegraphers in same
office *_.__ ..       " 2
Reductions of rates when vacancies occur. 3
Adjusting   rates   when   electrical  signal   or
switching devices are installed  4
Established   positions   discontinued—
substitute ones created  5
Probation period  6
Pumping Engines, Windmills, Fires, etc.:
Remuneration     for     attending     pumping
engines, etc      13 1
Attention to fires under water tanks      13 2
Rates of Pay—See Wages	
Relief Work and Relief Agents:
Expenses   and   salary   when   called   from
assigned position      14 1
Other   assigned   Telegraphers   doing   relief
work .      14 2
Relief Agents, supply of and salary basis..     14 3
Preference to positions over Spare Telegraphers      14 4
Exempted   rules   covering   Swing   Telegraphers      14 5
Relief assignments on rest days      12 7, 8
161
Page
56.57
57
57
57
58
58
58
53
37
37
37
38
38
39
44
45
45
3
3
4
4
40
40
88
40
40
41
41
41
31 I
Article   Clause     Page
Rest Days:
Specified work hours and days  12 28
Notice re changes in assignment   12 1 28
Sunday  when  no  Swing  Telegrapher
employed  12 1 28
Payment of overtime caused by changes.. 12 1 28
Rest days shall be consecutive  12 2 28
Rules for non-consecutive rest days  12 3,5 29
Accumulation of rest days  12 4 29
Naming of rest days  12 5 29
Relief assignments on rest days   12 7,8 31
Service on rest days during emergencies  8 5 24
Seniority:
Seniority promotion districts and declining
promotion .  2 1 (a), 10 5,9
Transfer   and   trading   of   positions—
Dispatchers* trading rules  ;.  2 1 (a) (b), 2 5
Telegraphers loaned to another District  2 3 6
Protection while on leave of absence  2 4, 5 7
Bulletining of positions   2 6,9,11,12 8,9,10
Permanent   Telegraphers   allowed   to   do
temporary work in the same office  2 7 8
Headquarters for Swing Telegraphers  2 8 8
Appointments and right to protest same— 2 13 10
Filling of vacancies  2 14,15 11
Displacement rights    2 16,17,18,19,  11,12
23,24,27 13,14
Telegraphers out of employment —       2             20 12
Reductions,   abolishing  of   positions,   time
limits       2        22,25, 12, 13.
26,27 14
Seniority lists and protests        2 30 15
Rights to positions        2 31 16
Dispatchers'seniority        2      33,34,35,  16,17,
36 37 38,39. 18,19,
40,41 20
Traffic Supervisors'seniority       2 42 20
Service Papers—return of and providing of.      9 1,2 25
Statutory Holidays:
Substitute day when falling on Sunday—. 12 9             32
Assigned hours overlapping at midnight  12 10             32
Special call rates of pay  12 11, 12, 13      33
Termination Clause  29 61
Traffic Supervisors:
Seniority of        2 42 20
Vacations     21 1 46
Transportation and Transfers:
Movement  of  household  effects  and  free
transportation 6, 22 22, 52
Time allowance for shipping arrangements.      6 1 22
162
Article Clause
Spare Telegraphers in continuous service. _       6 2
Spare Telegraphers' headquarters        6 3
Transfer allowance—sickness or vacations.       6 4
Attendance at Telegraphers meetings        5
Understandings with Management:
Salary and expense allowance while attending court or coroner's inquest	
Conditions under which a Telegrapher's
name may be deleted from seniority lists
Interpretation and understanding of Paragraph 3 of Preamble covering handling
of electrical signal and switching installations when assigned work of Telegraphers	
Expense allowance for Relief Dispatchers
when working away from their assigned
divisional headquarters	
Termination of calling crews by Telegraphers at Vancouver Yard Office..	
Handling of Company's funds	
Protection of Company's funds when no
safe provided.*	
Furnishing of typewriters where necessary-
Use of Relief Agents instead of Chief Clerks
Expenses in connection with cleaning
stations .	
Establishment of, and prescribed duties of
Caretaker agencies .	
E. & N. Railway—application of agreement
Vacations:
Dispatchers   and   Relief   Dispatchers   and
Traffic Supervisors 1      21 1,2
Other Telegraphers      21 3
Qualifying period      21 4
Applications for     21 5
Deferred    allowance    upon    discharge    or
resignation      21 6
Agreed Interpretations of Article 21	
Wrecks, Washouts, etc.:
Emergency work defined  8
Expense allowance and shelter provisions. _ 8
Rate   of   pay   when   taken   from   assigned
position  8        1(1) (2)
Spare Telegraphers assigned to such service 8 3
Rest periods on extended assignments  8 4
Service on rest days  8 5
Work Stoppages     28
163
Page
22
23
23
22
62-63
64
65
66
67
67-68
68
69
69
69
70
46
46
47-85
47
47
48-52
23
23
24
24
24
24
61 Article   Clause     Page
Wages:
Minimum wage rates, all classes  26
Rates of pay for Dispatchers  26
Rates of pay for Traffic Supervisors  26
Expense    allowance,     Relief    Dispatchers,
Supervisors and Agents  26
Basis of salary for Swing Dispatcher working part time as Telegrapher  26
Broken time for all classes  26
1
1.2
3
-   58
58.59
59
5
60
6
7
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60
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