LABOR: Railroads

What Was Done. The Senate last week passed the Watson-Parker railway bill, which is to say that, the President having signed on the dotted line, the section of the Transportation act creating the Railroad Labor Board is repealed, the board goes out of existence, and hereafter railway labor disputes will run the following course: 1) Attempt by employers and employes to reach a mutual agreement; 2) Attempt by boards of adjustment representing both parties to settle the difference; 3)

Attempt by a board of five mediators appointed by the President to bring...

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