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5. Wage Scales Established by the United States Shipping Board.
[Furnished by the Division of Industrial Relations, XT. S. Shipping Board.]

, sailors' wages. \

[Effective May 1, 1921.]
Wages per month.



Carpenter $85.00

Carpenter's mate 80. 00

Boatswain 80.00

Boatsi^am's mate 77. 50



Quartermaster $75.03

Able seaman 72.50

Ordinary seaman 52. 50

Boy 30.00



sailors' conditions of employment.

1. The working day in home port where watches are broken shall not be in excess
of 8 hours out of each 24, to be oietributed as the necessities of the watches and other
duties require. For work performed in excess of 8 hours equivalent time off will be
given. ^

2. If an unlicensed man is required to perform unnecessary work in any safe harbor
on Sundays, or on New Year's Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Christ-
mas Day, he shall be given equal time on with pay, but this shall not apply to a vessel
sailing or ready to proceed on her voyage.

3. If a vessel's stay in port is. too short to break sea watches, sea watches shall be
continued and all members of the crew required to work under direction of the ship's '
officers as at sea.

4. When the crew is not fed aboard the vessel, each member of the crew shall receive
60 cents per meal.

5. Deck crews on all vessels shall assist in putting stOTes on board and shall also
rig car^o gear when required and, when necessary, assist in landing baggage and mail.

6. Night lunches shall be placed in the respective mess rooms for members of the
crew performing duty at sea or in port, the men to prepare their Own coffee. This
rule does not apply when subsistence money is paid in tae home port.

7. These wages and conditions do not apply to vessels not in active operation.

8. There shall be no discrimination i^nst the employment of any man on account
of afiiliation or nonaffiliation with any labor organization.

cooks' and stewards* wages.

[Effective May 1, 1921.]

All ratings, a reduction of $10 per month.

cooks' and stewards' conditions of employment.

1. At the home port 8 hours between the hours of 6 a. m. and 8 p. m. shall constitute
a day's work except on the day of arrival and sailing day. For work performed in
excess of 8 hours equivalent time off will be allowed.

2. When in port and board is not furnished, members of the steward's department
except the chief steward will be paid 60 cents per meal; chief stewards to receive
$2.25 per day.

3. Holidays at home ports will be as follows: New Year's Day, July 4, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

4. Members of steward's department required to work on Sundays or holidays while
at home port will receive equal amount oi time off.

5. These wages and working conditions do not apply to vessels not in active oper-
ation.

6. There shall be no discrimination against the employment of any person on ac-
count of affiliation or nonaffiliation with any labor organization.

WAGE SCALE, RULES, AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING EMPLOYMENT OP ENGINEERS
FOR TRANS- ATLANTIC, TRANS-PACIFIC, ATLANTIC, PACIFIC, AND GULP COAST SERVICE.

Vessels are to be classed according to their ** power tonnage," represented by gross
tonnage plus indicated horsepower as given in the List of Merchant Vessels oi the
United States, as compiled by the Commissioner of Navigation, or in other recognized
maritime lists.



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Working rules and wages.

[Agreed on in committee conference between the representatives of the United States Shipping Board
and National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association.]



Classes.


Single screw.


Twin screw.


A


Over 20,001


Over 16,001.
9,001 to 15,000.


B


12,001 to 20,000 ,


C


7,501 to 12,000


6,501 to 9,000.
3,601 to 5,500.
Below 3,501.


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Class A.


Class B.


Class C.


Class D.


Class E.


Chief engineer


$330
205
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160
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115


$295
200
176
166
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170
160


$270
190
166
146


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185


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160


ThjH f^fff^Pt^nt engineer


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Working rules.

1. Watch and watch to be maintained on sailing day or at any outside port or ports
of call. No engineer shall be re<|iiired or permitted to take chai^ of a watch upon
leaving or immediately after leaving port imless he shall have hadat least 6 hours off
duty within the 12 hours immediately preceding time of sailing.

2. A working day at any port where watches are broken shall be from 8 a. m. to 5 p.
m., during which time one nour shall be allowed for dinner.

Note.— In tropioal or other ports where conditions make It desirable to make special arrangements about
working hours on account of climatic conditions, a special arrangement may be made which is mutually
satis&ctory to meet the situation.

3. When a ship arrives in home port, the engineer standing the night watch shall
have the next day off.

NOTS.—For the purpose of these rules a ''home port" shall be considered the port at which shipi^ng
articles are opened or the port at which crew is paid oft upon completion of the voyage.

4. If the chief or assistant engineer is reouired to stay on board in any jwrt on Sun-
days or on New Year's Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas Day,
he shall have one full day off with pay, or be paid ope day's additional pay; but this
shall not apply to a vessel sailing on or ready to proceed on her voyage. It is the in-
tention of this rule that no work shall be performed by the engineers except that which



is necessary for the safety of the vessel, boilers, or machinery.

5. In all ports of call and foreign ports one engineer shall be required to stay aboard
at night. Engineers shall alternate and shall receive no extra compensation for this
Work. It is the intention of this rule that no night work shall be performed by the
engineers except for the safety of the vessel, boilers, or machinery.

6. No overtime shall be performed at sea except for the safety of the vessel. The
follo'wing work shall be considered necessary for the safety of the vessel: All repairs
to main engines and boilers in service, feed pumps, ballast pump, fire pump, general-
service pump, circulating pumps (main or auxihary), air pumps (main or auxiliary),
sanitary pumps, fresh-water pumps, ice machines, dynamos, fuel pumps, evaporator
feed pumps, ash hoists, telemotor, steering en^e and gear, fuel-transfer pumps, feed
heaters, fuel heaters, condensers (main or auxiliary), evaporators, steam and exhaust
lines, ballast and bilge lines, fresh water, sanitary, and fire lines in engine room and
fireroom, anchor or windlass capstans, toilets, and sanitary fittings, provided same
become disabled after tiie commencement of the voyage. The following work shall
not be considered necessary for the safety of the vessel: All repairs to jacking or turning
engine, deck machinery or piping, galley and fittings, ventilators, building racks for
grate bars, storerooms, rearranging storerooms, and all boiler work not necessary for the
propulsion of the ship, rearranging of pipes and machinery, etc. : Provided^ however.
That on each passage me engineers may oe required to take indicator diagrams from
main engines.



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7. A working day in port in excess of 8 hours shall not be performed or paid for unless
the work is done by "wntten order of the chief engineer, master, owner, or agent of the
vessel. An entry shall be made in the engine-room log book every time an assistant
engineer is required to perform overtime service, covering kind of work, reason for
same, and time started and finished; authorized overtime to be paid at the pro rata
rate.

8. No engineer shall be laid off Sundays or holidays, but at the option of the chief
engineer the assistants shall be granted shore liberty with pay.

9. When in port and board is not furnished, |3 i)er day shall be allowed for sub-
sistence and 12.50 per day shall be allowed for lodging when no room is provided.

10. Final discharge of engineers to be at port of signing on ship's articles, except
when impracticable or through no fault of his own or in case of sale or abandonment of
vessel by owner at other port, in which event members are to be reimbursed for all
time and travel expenses incurred incident to return to port at which articles were
signed. In the event any question arises concerning the discharge of any engineer he
shall have the right of appeal to the home-port engineer before final decision is rendered.

11. This agreement to terminate December 31, 1921.

WAGE SCALE, RULES, AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING EMPLOYMENT OP MASTERS AND
MATES POR TRANS-ATLANTIC, TRANS-PACIPIC, ATLANTIC, PACIFIC, AND GULF COAST
SERVICE.

[Effective Aug. 1,1921.1

Vessels are to be classed according to their ^'power-tonnage," represented by gross
tonnage plus indicated horsepower as given in the list of Merchant Vessels of the
United States as compiled by the Oomimssioner of Navigation or in other recognized
maritime lists.

Working rvlea and wages,

[Adoptod after conference between tjie representatives of the United States Shipping- Board and tho
representat ves of the National Association of Masters, Mates, and Pilots of America and the Neptune
Association, representing the licensed deck officers.]



Classes.


Single .screw.


Twin screw.


A


Over 20,001


Over 15,001.


B


12,001 to 20,000


9,001 to 15,000.


C


7,501 to 12,000


5,501 to 9,000.


D


5,001 to 7,500


3,501 to 5,500.
Below 3,501.


E


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Classes.


Class A.


Class B.


Class C.


Class D.


Class E.


Master


1370
205
180
160

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1355
200
175
155

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1320
195
170
150


$310
190
165
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185


Sewnd mate - .


160


Third Tnate, ,


140


Fourth mate - . . ........


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Worhing rules.



1. Watch and watch to be maintained on sailing day or at any outside port or ports
of call. No mate shall be required or permitted to take charge of a watch upon leaving
or, immediately after leaving port unless he shall have had at least 6 hours off duty
within the 12 nours immediately preceding time of sailing.

2. A working day at any port where watches are broken shall be from 8 a. m. to 5
p. m., during whicn time one hour shall be allowed for dinner.



NoTE.^In tropical ot other ports whwe conditions make it desirable to make special arrangements about
wOTklng hours on accoimt of climatic conditions a special arrangement may be made whicn is mutually
satisfactory to meet the situation.



3. When a ship arrives in home port, the mate standing the night watch shall have
the next day off.

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4. If a mate is reouired to stay on board in any port on Sundays or on New Year's
Bay, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Chxiatmas Day he shall have one full
day off with pay or be paid one day's additional pay; but this shall not ai)ply to a vessel
sailing on or ready to proceed on her voyage. It is the intention of this rule that no
work shall be performed by the mates except that which is necessary for the safety of
the vessel.

5. In all ports of call and foreien ports one mate shall be required to stay aboard at
ni^ht. Mates shall alternate ana shall receive no extra compensation for this work.
It is the intention of this rule that no night work shall be performed by the mates except
for the safety of the vessel.

6. No overtime shall be performed at sea except for the safety of the vessel.

7. A working day in port in excess of 8 hours shall not be performed or paid for unless
the work is done by written order of the master, owner, or agent of the vessel. An entry
shall be made in the log book every time a mate is required to perform overtime service,
covering kind of work, reason for same, and time started and finished. Authorized
overtime to be paid at the pro rata rate.

8. No mate shall be laid off Sundays or holidays, but at the option of the master the
mates shall be granted shore liberty with pay.

9. When in port and board is not furnished, $3 per day shall be allowed for sub-
sistence and $2.50 per day shall be allowed for lodging when no room is provided.

10. Final discharge of mates to be at ports designated in ship's articles except when
impracticable or through no fault of his own or in case of sale or abandonment of vessel
by owner at other port, in Which event members are to be reimbursed for all time and
travel expenses incurred incident to return to port desipiated. In the event any ques-
tion arises concerning the discharge of any mate he shall have the right of appeal to
the marine superintendent before final decision is rendered.

11. These wages and conditions do not apply to vessels not in active operation.

12. There shall be no discrimination in the employment of any master or mate on
account of affiliation or nonaffiliation with any organization.

13. The wage scale and working conditions promulgated herein shall remain in effect
until Januarv 1, 1922, and thereaiter until such time as 30 days' notice shall have been
given by eitner party to discontinue.

firemen's, oilers', and water tenders' wages.

[Eflfective May 1, 1921.]

Wages 'per month.

Deck engineer $85 j Oiler $80

Pumpman 85 I Fireman 75

Donkeyman 80 i Coal passer and wiper 65

Storekeeper 80 1 Water tender 80

Firemen^ s, oilers^ and water tenders^ conditions of employment.

1. The working day in any port where watches are broken shall be 8 hours out of
each 24, to be distributed as the necessities of the watches and other duties require.
For work performed in excess of 8 hours equivalent time off will be given.

2. If an unlicensed man is required to perform unnecessary work in any safe harbor
on Sundays or on New Year's Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Christ-
mas Day he shall be given equal time on with pay; but this shall not apply to a vessel
sailing or ready to proceed on her voyage.

3. Where the fireroom crew on watch fail to get the ashes out of the stokehold during
the hours of watch, it shall be the duty of such watch to get these ashes out immedi-
ately upon completion of their watch without extra compensation.

4. When the crew is not fed aboard the vessel, each member shall receive 60 cents
per meal.

5. At sea all men not standing regular watches may be required to perform 10 hours'
work out of 24, as the chief eneineer may direct.

6. Night lunches shall be placed in the respective mess rooms for all members of
the crew performing night duty at sea or in port, the men to prepare their own coffee.
This rule does not apply when subsistence money is paid in the home port.

7. These wages ana conditions do not apply to vessels not in active operation.

8. There shall be no discrimination against the employment of any man on account
of a^liation or nonaffiliation with any labor organization.



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REPOKT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF NAVIGATION. 75

AGREEMENT WITH NATIONAL UNITED RADIO TELEGRAPHERS'ASSOCIATION.

[Dated June 16, lft21.1

The following wage scale and working conditions for chief radio operators and assist-
ant radio operators have been agreed upon and are promnlgatea by the Shipping
Board, effective June 16, 1921, and to continue in effect until December 31, 1921.

Wages per month.

Chief operators. . , $107

Assistant operators 85

On ships carrying one operator he shall receive chief operator's salary.

Worhing rules.

1. Radio men aboard ship shall receive the sane consideration, accommodations,
and general treatment as is afforded officers of the ship.

, 2. When in port and board is not furnished, $3 per day shall be allowed for sub-


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