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adopted Altoona American Railway Association American Steel Foundries applied approved ARBITRATION COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION Asso axles Barnum bills box cars brake beams capacity cars car owner cast cent center sills Central Railway Club Chairman changed to read Chicago contour lines coupler Crawford damage defect card depreciation diameter draft gear end sills England Club equipment Executive Committee factor of safety feet freight cars inches inspection Joint Club Committee journal journal bearings letter ballot loaded lock M. C. B. rules M. C. B. standard Master Car Builders material matter meeting metal mittee motion paragraph Penna Pennsylvania Railroad President private car lines proposed Railway Club suggest Reason Recommended Practice referred refrigerator cars repair card requirements roads Schroyer Secretary Set—plus or minus—inches shank Sheet M. C. B. side specifications stenciling Supt tank cars tion tons capacity trucks valves vote W. H. Lewis wedge Western Railway Club wheels
Page 292 - The purchaser may make the tests to govern the acceptance or rejection of the material in his own laboratory or elsewhere. Such tests, however, shall be made at the expense of the purchaser.
Page 289 - Section 4, an analysis shall be made by the manufacturer from a test ingot taken during the pouring of each melt.
Page 376 - A car unsafe to load on account of general worn-out condition, due to age or decay, shall be reported to its owner, who must be advised of all existing defects. If the owner elects to have it sent home, he shall furnish two home cards, noting upon them existing defects and the route over which the car is to be returned to its owner. If the route coincides with that over...
Page 289 - A sample may be taken from any one point in the plate or two samples may be taken, in which case they shall be on radii at right angles to each other. Samples shall not be taken in such a way as to impair the usefulness of the wheel.
Page 373 - If a car of one company is destroyed on the line of another company and the lines of those two companies directly connect with each other, the carrier upon whose line the car is destroyed may transport free, as its own property, to junction with the line of the carrier owning the car, the trucks of the destroyed car, which are understood to be salvage from a wreck, the cost of which must be borne by the carrier on whose line it occurs. If there is not direct connection between the line of the carrier...
Page 40 - The by-laws may be amended at any regular meeting by a two-thirds vote of members present providing a copy of such amendment has been sent to all members at least 30 days prior to the meeting.
Page 451 - The bodies of refrigerator cars, special stock cars, tank cars, except the tanks, and other freight cars, designed for special purposes, not referred to above, shall be settled for at the present cost price, as may be agreed to by the parties in interest, less the deduction for depreciation due to age, which shall be on the same basis as for regular freight equipment.
Page 603 - ... inches deep must be molded with green sand around the wheel. The clean tread of the wheel must form one side of this channelway, and the clean flange must form as much of the bottom as its width will cover.