principle as applicable during the season.
3. That the eight hour time shall not
apply to pointmen, engineers and such
other employees as necessarily must
work longer to keep plant in operation.
4. That neither employers nor Union
men will seek to interfere with men at
work in an effort to draw them away
from or into the Union; all such efforts
must be made out of work hours and
so as not in any manner to interfere
with the work in progress.
5. That employers will not treat
Union men differently than they do
non-Union men, while either or
both are employed, either in food,
lodging, or manner or time of payment of
wages; that the Union will not seek to