Awards, Agreements, Orders, and Decisions Made Under the Industrial Relations Act, the Apprentices Act, and Other Industrial Legislation, Volume 4 (Google eBook)

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Page 66 - ... shall employ members of the union in preference to non-members provided that there are members of the union equally qualified with non-members to perform the partieular work required to be done and ready and willing to undertake it. Klausel 30: .... The union shall keep an »employment book«.
Page 30 - ... union in preference to nonmembers, provided there are members of the union equally competent with non-members to perform the particular work required to be done, and ready and willing to undertake it. 6A. The union shall keep in some convenient place within one mile of the Chief Post-office, Auckland, a book to be called
Page 46 - No business shall be transacted in the Council unless five members at least be present ; and all questions in the Council shall be decided by the majority of the votes of the members present, and the President shall have a second or casting vote when the votes are equally divided : provided always, that in case of a difference of opinion between the Chancellor or the vice-Chancellor or his Deputy, and the majority of the members present at any meeting of the Council, the question...
Page 231 - The executives of the union shall use their best endeavors to verify all the entries contained in such book, and the union shall be answerable as for a breach of this award in case any entry therein shall in any particular be...
Page 351 - Wellington, a book, to be called the " employment-book," wherein shall be entered the names and exact addresses of all members of the union for the time being out of...
Page 30 - Alexandra, a book to be called " the employment-book," wherein shall be entered the names and exact addresses of all the members of the union for the time being out of employment, with a description of the branch of the trade in which each such...
Page 229 - ... agreed upon as shall be fixed in writing by the chairman of the conciliation board for the industrial district upon the application of such journeyman after twenty-four hours' notice in writing to the secretary of the union, who shall, if desired by him, be heard by such chairman on such application. Any journeyman whose wage...
Page 114 - Such book shall be open to every employer, without fee or charge, at all hours between 8 am and 5 pm on every working-day except Saturday, and on that day between the hours of 8 am and noon.
Page 56 - The court in its award, or by order made on the application of any of the parties at any time during the currency of the award, may fix and determine what shall constitute a breach of the award, and what sum, not exceeding five hundred pounds [$2,433.25] , shall be the maximum penalty payable by any party or person in respect of any breach: Provided, however.
Page 390 - The plaintiff is also awarded .£7 7s. costs, with witnesses' expenses and disbursements to be fixed by the Clerk of Awards.

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