Descriptions of Occupations: Street Railways, Issues 1-4; Issues 6-8

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Page 7 - ... Labor. 64. They shall keep a daily record of the time worked and rate of pay of each of their men and of the location and kind of work done and of the number of hours put in upon each class of work, and make return thereof upon the regular blanks. Accounting for Tools and Materials. 65. They will be held responsible for the proper care and economical use of all tools, materials and supplies entrusted to their charge, and must account, upon the prescribed forms, for the use thereof. Responsibility....
Page 19 - The Roadmaster shall report to and receive instructions from the Division Engineer. Responsibility. 51. He shall have charge of and be responsible for the roadbed, track, private right of way and station grounds on his sub-division. Assistants. 52. He shall employ such assistants, foremen, pavers, blacksmiths, laborers and other forces as may be allowed him. Accounting for Labor. 53. He shall see that his subordinates properly perform their duties and discipline them for neglect of duty. He shall...
Page 15 - He must be experienced in painting large wall signs, bulletins or banners, and skilled in design make-up and painting of all kinds of outdoor advertising signs, wall, railway, or roadside board signs, all kinds of bulletins, scene or cut-out signs, campaign banners, painted flags, and hanging signs, where large areas are covered or scenes depicted.
Page 19 - ... such assistants, foremen, pavers, blacksmiths, laborers and other forces as may be allowed him. Accounting for Labor. 53. He shall see that his subordinates properly perform their duties and discipline them for neglect of duty. He shall also see that a proper record is kept and return made of their time and rate of pay and of the location and kind of work performed. Knowledge of Laws and Ordinances.
Page 15 - He should have a thorough knowledge of paint mediums, mixing and matching colors, and the use and care of brushes and painters' materials and apparatus, and be able to estimate on quantities.
Page 15 - He must be thoroughly experienced in all phases of artistic sign work, such as design, make-up, laying out, painting, lettering, striping, gilding, graining, and varnishing.
Page 15 - He should have had experience as house painter, bridge painter, or general painter on building contract work.
Page 22 - He sees that the yard is kept in order, that the cars passing are properly inspected, and that those requiring repairs are sent to the. shop.

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