The Origin and History of the New York Employing Printers' Association: The Evolution of a Trade Association

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APPENDIX
SECTIONS FROM THE CONTRACTS FOR BOOK AND JOB OFFICERS

CONTRACT
This Contract and Scale of Prices made and entered into this 6th day of January, 1928, by and between the Printers' League Section, New York Employing Printers' Association, Inc., hereinafter called the League, and New York Typographical Union No. 6, hereinafter called the Union.
Duration of Contract
This contract shall be in effect for a period of five years, October 1, 1927, to September 30, 1932, at the rates as pro. vided herein: for the following periods:
Wage Rates
Day
Shift
Night
Shift
Third
Shift
Oct. 1, 1927, to Jan. 1, 1928$55$58$61
Jan. 1, 1928, to Dec. 31, 1928565962
Jan. 1, 1929, to Dec. 31, 1929576063
Jan. 1, 1930, to Dec. 31, 1930586164
Jan. 1, 1931 to Dec. 31, 1931596265
Jan. 1, 1932 to Sept. 30, 1932606366
All sections in this Contract which carry wage rates computed upon the basic rates shall be made to conform thereto upon the date at which changes in the basic rates are herein provided.
Hours
Working hours: day shift, 44 hours; night shift, 40 hours; third shift, 35 hours.Interpretation
A. If any controversy arises as to interpretation or enforcement of this Contract the conditions prevailing prior to the

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Introduction - A History of the Organization of Employing Printers in New York City 9
  • Chapter II 22
  • Chapter III 39
  • Chapter IV 47
  • Chapter V 61
  • Chapter VI 71
  • Chapter VIII 109
  • Appendix - Sections from the Contracts for Book and Job Officers 127
  • Bibliography 133
  • Index 137
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