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12 Pairs 24 Pairs 60-day notice agreed agreement Alden Company application and heard application for arbitration BERNARD F Blacking Board awards Board of Conciliation bottoms calf Churchill & Alden Company to employees Conciliation and Arbitration conference considered reports considered said application contract controversy existing Crossett December decision shall take decision was rendered department at Brockton difficulty Douglas Shoe Company duly authorized representatives employ expert assistants nominated Factory finishing following decision foxings further George G heard the parties heels hour investigated the character joint application June Keith Company lasting Lewis lining Loring Q lowing prices manufacturer of Brockton March notice was received October performed ployees prices be paid prices paid question Regular reports of expert Result Scouring Seaming Secretary shoe manufacturer Snow stay stitching department strike subject matter subject-matter submitted SUPPLE top-pieces tops transferred union vamps W. L. Douglas Shoe wages White Company
Page 119 - June, be appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent of the council, for a term of three years from the first day of July following.
Page 58 - Having considered said application and heard the parties by their duly authorized representatives, investigated the character of the work and the conditions under which it is performed, which is the subject-matter of the controversy, and considered reports of expert assistants nominated by the parties, the Board awards that the following prices be paid by AJ Bates Company to employees in said departments at Webster for work as there performed : — Per 12 Pairs.
Page 120 - Commonwealth, the board shall, upon application as hereinafter provided, and as soon as practicable thereafter, visit the locality of the dispute and make careful inquiry into the cause thereof, hear all persons interested therein who may come before them, advise the respective parties what, if anything, ought to be done or submitted to by either or both to adjust said dispute...
Page 120 - ... employes, if at the time he is employing, or up to the occurrence of the strike or lockout, was employing not less than twenty-five persons in the same general line of business in any city or...
Page 119 - ... appointed upon the recommendation of the other two, or if the two appointed members do not, at least thirty days prior to the expiration of a term, or within thirty days after the happening of a vacancy, agree upon the third member, he shall then be appointed by the governor.
Page 121 - This decision shall at once be made public, shall be recorded upon proper books of record to be kept by the secretary of said board, and a short statement thereof published in the annual report hereinafter provided for, and the said board shall cause a copy thereof to be filed with the clerk of the city or town where said business is carried on.
Page 120 - ... upon the third member, he shall then be appointed by the governor. Each member shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, be sworn to the faithful performance thereof, and shall receive a salary at the rate of two thousand dollars a year and his necessary travelling and other expenses, which shall be paid by the commonwealth.
Page 122 - ... examine them under oath, and to require the production of books containing the record of wages paid. Summonses may be signed and oaths administered by any member of the board.
Page 119 - An Act to provide for a State Board of Arbitration for the settlement of differences between employers and employes, to define the duties of said Board, and to appropriate the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars therefor.