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Transcripts. Carrier Exhibits.
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Transcripts. 21 Volumes. 2188 Pages.
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1. Index to the record and summary of the evidence. Brief filed on behalf of certain Western Carriers and the Pullman Company
Carrier Exhibits 1 and 2 as listed in the transcript are missing, but all exhibits listed here are included.

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1a. Brief on behalf of 31 Southwestern Carriers
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2. Memorandum brief filed by Eastern and Western Carriers on the Right to Strike and its relation to the function of an Emergency Board
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2a. Summary of opening statement by Donald Richberg.
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1. Constitutions of the 17 unions involved and the Railway Employees Department
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2. Circular 1823, of January 29, issued to all general chairmen by Leighty
No year listed

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W3. The Union Shop Amendment to the Railway Labor Act is Unconstitutional
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W4. Union shop agreements with these organizations would operate to deprive railroad employees of their constitutional rights
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E5. The handling of union shop demand
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E6. Supervisory employees
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E7. Rules governing classification of railroad employees
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E7a. Pennsylvania Railroad Monthly Report of Employees, Service and Compensation
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E8. Exclusions from the union shop agreements in the railroad industry
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E9. Exclusion from coverage of collective bargaining agreements in industries other than railroads
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E10. Analysis of exclusions from agreements containing Union Shop, Modified Union Shop, or Maintenance of Membership Provisions - Industries other than railroads
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E11. Employers' protection clauses in union security agreements
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E12. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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W13. Agreement between Chancellor Canfield Midway Oil Company and the Oil Workers International Union
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W14. Job classification and geographical location of employees of Santa Fe protesting execution of Union Shop Agreements
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W15. State involving union shop agreements
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W16. Scope rules of agreements covering clerical groups and supervisors in Maintenance of Way and Structures Departments
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E17. Number of employees included in selected reporting divisions
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E18. Classification of railroad employees involved in Union Shop request of the 17 cooperating Railway Labor organizations, number of employees on 26 Eastern railroads who should be excluded from any union security provisions
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W19. Selected provisions of the Constitutions and by-laws of the 17 cooperating labor organizations
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W20. Confidential, supervisory and other responsible positions in Southern Pacific Company's various departments, now wholly, or partially subject to craft agreements, occupants of which should not be compelled to maintain union membership
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W21. Text of scope rules - clerks' agreements, Western Region
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W22. Variations in agreement coverages of non-operating employees on certain Western railroads
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W23. Table showing voting strength of affiliated unions from the report of the American Federation of Labor, Executive Board
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W24. National Railroad Adjustment Board Third Division Award, 3916
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W25. National Railroad Adjustment Board Third Divisions Award, 4060
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W26. Interpretation of the Great Northern Award
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W27. National Railroad Adjustment Board Third Division Award, 4660
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W28. Union security in the railroad industry
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W29. Opposition of compulsory unionism in the United States
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W30. Law of the State of Louisiana
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W31. Bureau of Labor Statistics studies on union security
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W32. Union membership requirements in the airline contracts negotiated since the Railway Labor Act was amended
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W33. Compulsory unionism in foreign countries
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W34. The Union Shop would give officials monopolistic and autocratic powers and subject the carriers, their employees and the general public to the hazards of arbitrary and despotic actions
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W35. National Railroad Adjustment Board Third Division Award, 4087
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W36. National Mediation Board Representation Certificates
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W37. Admission policies of labor unions
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W38. Initiation Fees
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S39. Union shop contracts with the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
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40. Brief outline of employees position on Legal Arguments of Southeastern Carriers
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41. Statement of the Committee of: a. A group of members of the Railway Clerks Union. b. A group of non-union railway clerks. c. A group of American citizens opposed to the interruption of commerce.
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42. Agreement between Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company and Order of Railway Telegraphers
July 15, 1949.

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43. Memorandum of Understanding
March 1, 1948

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44. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company schedule of wages and general regulations
October 16, 1948.

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45. Memorandum Agreement
February 16, 1948

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46. Executive Order 19155, possession, control, and operation of certain railroads