Special Report on the New York and Brooklyn Surface Railroad Strikes by the Board of Mediation and Arbitration of the State of New York: Transmitted to the Legislature February 20, 1889
Troy Press Company, printers, 1889 - 187 pages
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Page 373 - Should any difference arise between any claimant for the benefits herein set forth and the committee of management, It shall be submitted to three arbitrators, one to be chosen by each party, and the third by the two thus chosen, whose decision shall be final.
Page 433 - ... dispute, and make a written decision thereof. 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 430 - Columbia, and the employees of said railroad companies, which differences or controversies may hinder, impede, obstruct, interrupt, or affect such transportation of property or passengers, if, upon the written proposition of either party to the controversy to submit their differences to arbitration, the other party shall accept the proposition, then and in such event the railroad company is hereby authorized to select and appoint one person, and such...
Page 434 - When the employes concerned are members in good standing of a labor organization, which is represented by one or more delegates in a central body, one arbitrator may be appointed by such central body and one by the employer.