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" In consideration of the foregoing valuable privileges, the Employer agrees to hire as shoe workers, only members of the Boot and Shoe Workers' Union in good standing, and further agrees not to retain any shoe worker in his employment after receiving notice... "
Massachusetts Reports - Page 354
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1906
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Report

Iowa. Bureau of Labor - Labor - 1908
...foregoing valuable privileges, the employer agrees to hire as shoe workers only members of the lioot and Shoe Workers' Union, In good standing, and further...disobedience of union rules or laws, or from any other cause. 3. The employer agrees that he will not cause or allow the union stamp to be placed on any goods not...
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Labor Bulletin, Volumes 119-122

Labor - 1918
...Union Stamped products of the Employer, in common with other employers using the Union Stamp. SECOND. In consideration of the foregoing valuable privileges,...Union Rules or Laws, or from any other cause. The Employer agrees that there shall be no discrimination against any member of the Union because of his...
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Labor Bulletin, Volumes 113-118

Labor - 1917
...provision is, that the employer will not retain in his employment a worker, after receiving notice that he is objectionable to the union, "either on account...union rules or laws, or from any -other cause." The first two possible causes for objection could not be applied to persons in the situation of the plaintiff,...
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Labor Bulletin, Volumes 25-34

Massachusetts. Dept. of Labor and Industries. Division of Statistics - Labor - 1903
...employ after being notified by the said Union that such employ* Is objectionable to the Union cither on account of being In arrears for dues or disobedience of Union rules or laws, or any other cause. It Is further agreed by the employer that all hands now working by the week shall...
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Reports of the Industrial commission...

United States. Industrial Commission, James Henderson Kyle, Albert Clarke - Industries - 1901
...any shoe worker in his jiloyment after receiving notice from the Union that such shoe worker .ч objectionable to the Union, either on account of being...disobedience of Union rules or laws, or from any other cause. Third. The employer agrees that he will not cause or allow the union stamp to be placed on any goods...
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Report, Volume 17

United States - 1901
...employment after receiving notice from the Union that such shoe v c.rker is objectionable to the I'liion. either on account of being in arrears for dues, or...disobedience of Union rules or laws, or from any other cause. Third. The employer agrees that he will not cause or allow the union stamp to be placed < in any с...
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Annual Report on Factory Inspection, Issue 20

New York (State). Bureau of Factory Inspection - Factory laws and legislation - 1906
...union stamped products of the employer, in common with other employers using the union stamp. SECOND. In consideration of the foregoing valuable privileges,...disobedience of union rules or laws, or from any other cause. THIRD. The employer agrees that he will not cause or allow the union stamp to be placed on any goods...
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Labor and Industrial Chronology

Massachusetts. Bureau of Statistics of Labor - Labor laws and legislation - 1902
...the Union Stamped products of the Employer, in common with other employers using the Union Stamp. 2. In consideration of the foregoing valuable privileges,...disobedience of Union Rules or Laws, or from any other cause. 3. The Employer agrees that he will not cause or allow the Union Stamp to be placed on any goods not...
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Report of the Board of Arbitration, State of Illinois, Volume 7

Illinois. State Board of Arbitration - Labor - 1902
...retain any glove maker in his employment after receiving notice from the union that said glove maker is objectionable to the union, either on account of...disobedience of union rules or laws, or from any other cause. 3. The employer agrees that he will not cause or allow the union stamp to be placed on any goods not...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Conciliation and Arbitration for the ...

Massachusetts. State Board of Conciliation and Arbitration - Arbitration, Industrial - 1920
...further agrees not to retain any worker in its employment after receiving notice from the union that such worker is objectionable to the union, either on account of being in arrears for dues or disobedience of the rules or laws of the union. It is agreed, however, that when the Brockton Gas Light Company employs...
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