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Columbia University., 1905 - Arbitration, Industrial - 536 pages
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Page 579 - Act and the employees of such carrier, seriously interrupting or threatening to interrupt the business of said carrier, the chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Commissioner of Labor shall, upon the request of either party to the controversy, with all practicable expedition, put themselves in communication with the parties to such controversy, and shall use their best efforts, by mediation and conciliation, to amicably settle the same...
Page 602 - Whenever there shall exist a strike or lockout wherein, in the judgment of a majority of said board, the general public shall appear likely to suffer injury or inconvenience with respect to food, fuel or light, or the means of communication or transportation, or in any other respect, and neither party to such strike or lockout shall consent to submit the matter or matters in controversy to the state board of arbitration, in conformity with this act, then the said board, after first having made due...
Page 470 - An act to encourage the formation of industrial unions and associations and to facilitate the settlement of industrial disputes by conciliation and arbitration.
Page 390 - Turks had claimed in the sixteenth century diminished throughout the two succeeding centuries, till, in the closing years of the eighteenth and the opening years of the nineteenth, it disappeared altogether for a while before the onset of the Wahabites.
Page 580 - ... shall enter the same as an amicable action between the parties to the same in the court presided over by said judge or justice of the peace, with the same effect as if said action had been regularly commenced in said court by due process of law, and shall thereupon become a judgment of said court, and execution thereon shall be awarded as upon verdict, confession or non-suit...
Page 402 - Where a difference exists or is apprehended between an employer, or any class of employers, and workmen, or between different classes of workmen...
Page 391 - ... nothing in this Act contained shall authorize any Justice or Justices acting, as hereinafter mentioned, to establish a rate of wages or price of labour or workmanship at which the workmen shall in future be paid, unless with the mutual consent of both master and workman...
Page 544 - Conciliation and arbitration for the prevention and settlement of industrial disputes extending beyond the limits of any one State.
Page 468 - If during the currency of an award any employer, worker, industrial union, or association, or any combination of either employers or workers has taken proceedings with the intention to defeat any of the provisions of the award, such employer, worker, union, association, or combination, and every member thereof, respectively, shall be deemed to have committed a breach of the award, and shall be liable accordingly.
Page 640 - ... the cause or causes of the controversy, and to that end the board is hereby authorized to subpoena...

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