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IN MEMORIAM

Bro. Ike Edward, L. U. 1011, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Frank Callahan, L. U. 1184, Manchester, N. H.

Bro. James Clark, L. U. 1039, Philadelphia, Pa.

Bro. Horace Johnson, L. U. 1039, Philadelphia, Pa.

Bro. Seymour D. Parker, L. U. 829, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Isaac B. Halstead, L. U. 694, Asbury Park, N. J.

Bro. Howard Ruth, L. U. 590, Cranford, N. J. Bro. E. S. Schlegel, L. U. 476, Youngstown, Ohio.

Bro. J. L. Dunn, L. U. 424, Little Rock, Ark. Bro. T. F. Miller, L. U. 236, Franklin, Pa. Bro. Chas. A. Miller, L U. 197, Terre Haute, Ind

Bro. Louis Anderson, L. U. 180, Oak Park, Ill.

Bro. James Hyde, L. U. 111, Lynn, Mass. Bro. J. B. Stubblefield, L. U. 49, Memphis, Tenn.

Bro. Leroy A. Sanders, L. U. 46, St. Louis, Mo.

Bro. David E. Holbrook, L. U. 19, San Francisco, Cal.

Bro. Edw. B. Bowles, L. U. 36, Jersey City, N. J.

Bro. Jay W. Tremaine, L. U. 554, Terre Haute, Ind.

Bro. J. Damanski, L. U. 688, Chicago, Ill. Bro. Robert Thomas, L. U. 47, Indianapolis, Ind.

Bro. Dennis Downey, L. U. 368, Washington, D. C.

Bro. Henry Wallbrinck, L. U. 204, St. Louis, Mo.

Bro. J. L. Landram, L. U. 656, Moberly, Mo. Bro. Fred J. Jones, L. U. 867, Cleveland, O. Bro. F. Gosewisch, L. U. 25, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bro. W. Marchant, L. U. 151, Toronto, Ont., Can.

Bro. Caesar Milch, L. U. 892, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Henry P. Rodermond, L. U. 892, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Wm. Bland, L. U. 268, Nashville, Tenn. Bro. John B. Ferguson, L. U. 185, Barre, Vt. Bro. Edward Ruther, L. U. 185, Barre, Vt. Bro. Thos. Purcell, L. U. 426, Philadelphia, Pa.

Bro. Carl H. Midsater, L. U. 235, Kellogg, Idaho.

Bro. Louis W. Brooks, L. U. 62, Schenectady, N. Y.

Bro. Geo. W. Milliner, L. U. 345, Philadelphia, Pa.

Bro. Wm. Brock, L. U. 218, Scranton, Pa.
Bro. J. W. Smith, L. U. 998, Columbus, Ga.
Bro. A. Salzer, L U. 756, Dallas, Texas.
Bro. W. T. Lucas, L. U. 439, Drumright,
Okla.

Bro. Harry Stansbury, L. U. 56, Easton, Pa.
Bro. Aug. Nolte, L. U. 521, Chicago, Ill.
Bro. John M. Hayes, L. U. 535, Albany, N. Y,

Bro. Geo. Phelps, L. U. 166, New Orleans, La.

Bro. J. W. McNally, L. U. 424, Little Rock, Ark.

Bro. Andrew Mc Faydem, L. U. 51, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Morris Katz, L. U. 261, New York, N. Y. Bro. J. H. Montgomery, L. U. 205, Hamilton, Ont., Can.

Bro. Jas. W. Smith, L. U. 456, Nashville, Tenn.

Bro. Louis Schmith, L. U. 485, Shreveport, La.

Bro. Geo. J. Walzer, L. U. 286, Rochester, N. Y.

Bro. Harry Holmes, L. U. 180, Oak Park, Ill. Bro. Jos. A. Bradley, L. U. 242, Orange, N. J. Bro. John Olson, L. U. 214, Sioux City, Iowa. Bro. Henry Wegener, L. U. 156, Evansville, Ind.

Bro. C. W. Kuhlitz, L. U. 19, San Francisco, Cal.

Bro. J. J. O'Connell, L. U. 19, San Francisco, Cal.

Bro. Timothy C. Lynch, L. U. 19, San Francisco, Cal.

Bro. Geo. W. Silvernail, L. U. 155, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Bro. Edgar M. Fraser, L. U. 829, New York, N. Y.

Bro. B. Lundberg, L. U. 101, Chicago, Ill. Bro. Edw. H. Hunger, L. U. 510, San Francisco, Cal.

Bro. Henry C. Hobelman, L. U. 115, St. Louis, Mo.

Bro. Walter H. Clough, L. U. 916, Natick,
Mass.

Bro. J. Brotman, L. U. 521, Chicago, Ill.
Bro. Frank J. Pearce, Sr., L. U. 19, San
Francisco, Cal.

Bro. John Stager, L. U. 892, New York, N. Y.
Bro. C. J. Knecht, L. U. 109, Omaha, Neb.
Bro. W. R. Bowen, L. U. 140, Frankfort, Ky.
Bro. W. W. Hawkins, L U. 130, Houston,
Texas.

Bro. Wesley C. Adams, L. U. 218, Scranton, Pa.

Bro. Cornelius O'Brien, L. U. 176, Gloucester, Mass.

Bro. Chas. Knapp, L. U. 110, Bradford, Pa. Bro. Harry E. Sharp, L. U. 912, Indianapolis, Ind.

Bro. W. T. Lucas, L. U. 439, Drumright, Okla.

Bro. Edw. Jordan, L. U. 815, De Kalb, Ill. Bro. Wm. Henrich, L. U. 803, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Jas. Sutherland, L. U. 366, Pleasantville, N. Y.

Bro. Wm. Delgarno, L. U. 487, Sacramento, Cal.

Bro. W. W. Gober, L. U. 712, Atlanta, Ga. Bro. Geo. W. Arnold, L. U. 692, Olneyville, R. I.

Bro. Gus Sosal, L. U. 502, Rock Island, Ill. Bro. Frank Sullivan, L. U. 73, New Rochelle, N. Y.

Bro. Geo. Wrightington, L. U. 15, Pawtucket, R. I.

Bro. Emil Vanderhayden, L. U. 987, Chicago, Ill.

Bro. Chas. H. McCullough, L. U. 63, Elkhart, Ind.

Bro. R. E. Cummings, L. U. 53, Dallas, Tex. Bro. J. C. Lohmeyer, L. U. 19, San Francisco, Cal.

Bro. Wm. Rhinehart, L. U. 131, Mt. Kisco, N. Y.

Bro. John W. Brenner, L. U. 1054, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.

Bro. Edw. Rorig, L. U. 147, Chicago, Ill.
Bro. O. L. Paige, L. U. 257, Springfield,
Mass.

Bro. Edward Sickles, L. U. 25, Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Bro. Thos. J. Bowe, L. U. 341, St. Louis, Mo. Bro. John A. Morse, L. U. 476, Youngstown, Ohio.

Bro. J. R. Batting, L. U. 476, Youngstown, O. Bro. Frank Salvato, L. U. 697, New York, N. Y.

Bro. Chas. Tuttle, L. U. 867, Cleveland, O. Bro. Paul Plant, L. U. 257, Springfield, Mass.

GENERAL EXECUTIVE BOARD PROCEEDINGS

Requests.

(Continued from March)

8710 Of Colorado State Federation of Labor, that the Brotherhood co-operate with other International Unions in financing appeal from decision of State Industrial Commission to the Supreme Court of Colorado and, if necessary, to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Brotherhood will contribute to fund to be raised provided other International Unions interested do so.

8711 Of L. U. 166, New Orleans, La., that an organizer be sent to New Orleans to adjust existing differences or that all local unions affiliated to D. C. 35 be combined.

Request that all locals be consolidated not granted. Organizer will visit New Orleans to adjust differ

ences.

8718 Of L. U. 249, of Dayton, O., for an opinion regarding alleged unprincipled actions of C. Travis.

Representative of the Brotherhood will investigate matter.

8719 Of Bus. Agt. F. D. Miller, of D. C. 6, Cleveland, O., for ruling as to whether or not Brotherhood has jurisdiction over application of plastic composition backed with canvas and hung with paste.

All materials of whatever kind or quality applied to walls or ceilings with paste come within jurisdiction of Brotherhood.

8720 Of L. U. 1011, New York, N. Y., that its action in declaring Bro. Jos. Reines eligible to hold office be sustained. Not granted.

8724 Of D. C. 36, Los Angeles, Cal., (1) that charter of L. U. 256, Long Beach, Cal., be revoked. (2) That an organizer be appointed to work south of Techachipi.

Referred to G. V.-P. Clarke. 8742 Of D. C. 27, Indianapolis, Ind., that L. U. 912 (Paperhangers) be permit

8726

8730

8695

8741

ted to reduce its initiation fee to $25.00 during March.

(2) Protest of L. U. 47 against the action of the Council in granting 912 this privilege subject to the approval of the G. E. B.

Request of D. C. 27 granted. Protest of L. U. 47 not sustained.

Of L. U. 277, Atlantic City, N. J., for rulings upon certain assessments levied by the local.

Assessment of $1.00 upon all members including those admitted on clearance cards is legal.

(2) Assessment of $5.00 to be used for strike purposes-if strike should occur or to be applied as dues, may be collected from members and from those depositing clearance cards, but not from members working in the jurisdiction of L. U. 277 for outside employers.

Of D. C. 12, Cincinnati, O., that an effort be made to organize the art glass workers in the district more thoroughly.

An organizer will be instructed to take up this work at the earliest opportunity.

Miscellaneous.

The contract with the late Bro. A. S.
Murphy as advertising representative
was renewed with Mrs. A. S. Murphy
who, during the illness of her de-
ceased husband and since his death
has conducted the business.
Bill of Westerfeld and Weinzelbaum
for decoration of General Office Build-
ing.

$1,000 allowed as settlement in full. 8747 Of L. U. 46, made through D. C. 2 of St. Louis, for ruling as to whether certain provisions of the agreement between the employing painters and the Council, ratified by mass meeting, are in conflict with the General Constitution.

Sections 2 and 3 do not conflict with General Constitution.

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INDUSTRIAL TEACHERS' SCHOLAR-
SHIPS IN NEW YORK.

The University of the State of New York is offering twenty-five scholarships to qualified trade and technically trained persons who desire to prepare themselves for teaching. Persons selected to hold these scholarships who satisfactorily complete the prescribed one year resident industrial teacher training course are licensed for life to teach their specific occupations in the vocational schools of the State. The salaries paid vocational teachers now range from $1,800 to $3,500 per annum.

Amount of Scholarship.

Each holder of a scholarship will receive at least $1,000 for the period of one school year. This amount is paid in ten equal installments.

Course and Attendance.

Holders will be required to be in attendance for ten months in the Industrial Teacher Training Department of the State Normal School at Buffalo.

Qualifications of Applicants.

Applicants for appointment to the industrial teachers' scholarships must possess the following qualifications:

1. Trade, industrial or technical experience. At least five years of successful allround experience in work of not less than journeymen's grade in some trade, industrial or technical occupation.

2. Education.-A good general education and ability to speak, read and write the English language.

3. Age. Not less than twenty-one or more than thirty-six years of age on August 1 of the year in which the appointment is made.

4. Citizenship and residence. A citizen of the United States and a resident for one year of the State of New York.

5. Health and character. Of good moral character and in possession of good health.

Selection of Scholarship Holders.

On the basis of the qualifications of the candidates a merit list will be set up for each trade, industrial or technical occupation. There will be no formal examination but candidates will be rated by examining committees as to general education, practical experience, loyalty, moral character and physical fitness. Candidates may be required to appear before the examining committees for a personal interview.

Occupational List for 1922.

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Local Unions in Arrears.

Any L. U. becoming two months in arrears for per capita tax to the General Office shall at once be notified by the G. S.-T., and failing to settle all arrearages within twenty-one days from date of such notice its members shall not be entitled to benefits except where the local union is on strike or locked out, or for equally sufficient reasons is given an extension of time in which to make payments. Section 15 of the Constitution. arrears on closing acUnions two months in counts March 31, 1922:

95, 168,

573,

179, 338, 357, 371, 397, 640, 651, 605, 649, 657, 756, 760, 764, 842, 859,

506, 503, 663, 701, 861,

906,

559, 710, 731, 919, 922, 976, 1055, 1070, 1090, 1108, 1128, 1137,

1143, 1158, 1163, 1167, 1173, 1176, 1177, 1185, 1191, 1206, 1209, 1228, 1240, 1242, 1287, 1292, 1311.

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VOTE OF MEMBERSHIP ON DOCUMENT No. 94 Amendment to General Constitution of Brotherhood

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