Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting

Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting

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Railway Storekeepers’ Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
 
Railway Storekeepers Association Volume 12 January 1915 Twelfth Annual Meeting
Hard cover
Copyright 1915
357 pages
INDEX
A
Attendance at Twelfth Annual Meeting, List of28-32
Address of Welcome by Hon. W. H. Thompson38-39Response by J. H. Waterman39-40
Address, President's45-49
Address by E. D. Sewall41-45
Auditing Committee, Report of57
Accounting Committee, Report of 241-246
Accounting Committee, Discussion of 246-257
Accounting for Second Hand Serviceable Material Paper by C. H. Samson  199-202
Amendment to Constitution, Resolution for Third Vice-President355
Adams, B. T.Discussion on Scrap and Scrap Classification76-77Accounting256
Ahrens, C. R. Paper on Handling of Signal Material. 347-350
Anderson, H. A-Letter from177-178
Allen, G. G.Remarks by38-40-41-56-94-352-353-357Opening Address45-49Discussion on Scrap and Scrap Classification, Committee Report69-70-71, 74 to 89Relcamation, Committee Report179-180-181-182-196Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material202-205Piece Work230-233 and 236-239-240
Accounting 247-248-252-253-254-255-256-257Stationery258-262-264-265-267-279-273Uniform Grading & Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber285-286-288-289-290-291-293-296-297-298Marking of Couplers and Parts  336-339 and 341-342Handling of Signal Material350
B
By-Laws6-7
Business, Order of7
Buildings and Structures, Standard, Remarks on298
Bruner, Rev. Frank C.-Invocation37-38
Bushnell, F. A. Discussion of Committee Report on Scrap and Scrap Classification71-72-79-86-89
"Butting In" by J. H. Waterman196-199
Book of Rules, Index-Committee Report298-314
Burr, H. S. Discussion of Committee Report on Piece Work234-240-241
Burrell, Wm. G. Discussion of Committee Report on Stationery263-264-269-270-275
Bushnell, Mrs.-Remarks by 353
C
Constitution5-7Resolution for Amendment for Third Vice-President355
Call for Twelfth Annual Meeting36
Committee Reports:Auditing57Resolutions351 Accounting241-246 Memorial  56-356Standardization of Tinware342 Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber274-277Piece Work207-229Recommended Practices90-92Reclamation100-175Standard Buildings and Structures-Remarks on298Marking of Couplers and Parts 314-336Standard Book of Rules, Index 298-314Scrap and Scrap Classification60-69Stationery258-262Nominations351-352
Curtis, D. C. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification70-71Reclamation178-180-181-182-183-186Accounting 249Marking of Couplers and Parts 336
Cain, D. D. Discussion of Committee Report onRecommended Practices90-93Piece Work239Accounting248-249-250-253-255-256Stationery271-272
Communications:Letter from International Ry. Fuel Ass'n59Telegram fromH. Scatchard177T. Moore177F. T. Hildt177Letter fromH. A. Anderson177-178C. B. Williams178
Couplers and Parts, Marking of-Committee. Report314-336
Clifton, W. H. Discussion on Reclamation179Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber 285-289-290-297
D
Discussion of Papers onL-1-Handling of Signal Material350L-2--Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material202-205Topical Subject-Substitutes for Expensive Lumber284-298
Discussion of Committee Reports onReclamation178-196Recommended Practices93-100Accounting 246-257Piece Work229-241Standardization of Tinware343-344Stationery262-274Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber284-298Scrap and Scrap Classification69-89Marking of Couplers and Parts336-342
Davidson, W. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification) 70-71-73-74-77-79-80-84-85-86-87-88Stationery272Reclamation194Discussion of Paper on Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material202-203-204-205
Devoy, J. F.-Remarks by94-96
Dale, A. R. Discussion of Committee Report on Piece Work235-236
Day, W. E. Discussion of Committee Report onPiece Work238Stationery266-269-270
E
Election of Officers352
Eldridge, W. W. Discussion on Piece Work229-230-240-241
F
Flannagan, T. W. Discussion onScrap and Scrap Classification76Piece Work239Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber 291
Fechtig, F. H. Discussion of Committee Reports onScrap and Scrap Classification82Recommended Practices 93-94Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber  293-294-295-296Marking of Couplers and Parts340-341-342
Fries, E. L. Discussion of Committee Report onRecommended Practices94-97-98-99-100Piece Work238Accounting248-249-250-251Stationery  265-266-269-271
G
Goodchild, A. A. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification83Recommended Practices-Committee Report93Accounting 249-251-252-257Stationery269-270-273
Gerrard, C. A. Discussion of Committee Report onReclamation180-187-188Stationery262-263-266-267-268-270-271-272
Graham, W. A. Discussion of Committee Report on Piece Work240
Garrett, Jas. Discussion on Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber292-293
Gerber, J. W.-Remarks by352
H
Hall, W. F. Discussion of Committee Report on Stationery270
Handling of Signal Material-Paper by R. D. Long344-347
Handling of Signal Material-Paper by C. R. Ahrens347-350
Hunt, Wm. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification.., 71-78-79-82-88Recommended Practices99-100Reclamation196
Hill, E. C. Discussion of Committee Report on Stationery268-269
Hildt, F. T.-Telegram from177
Harris, S.Discussion of Committee Report on Accounting253
Honorary Membership, J. M. Taylor elected to56
I
Invocation by Rev. Frank C. Brurier37-38
International Ry. Fuel Ass'n, Communication from59
Index to Book of Standard Rules298-314
J
Jones, W. F. Discussion of Committee Reports onScrap and Scrap Classification74-76-79-88Marking of Couplers and Parts341-342Standardization of Tinware343-344Remarks by352-355
Jordan, J. J. Discussion of Committee Report onPiece Work233-234-235Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber  293
K
Kavanagh, D. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification70-80-83Reclamation183-184-185Piece Work232Discussion of Paper on Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material  202-203
Kroha, A. J. Discussion of Committee Report on Marking of Couplers and Parts337-338-339-340
L
List of Membership 12-27
List of Attendance Twelfth Annual Meeting28-32
List of New Members12
List of Subjects36
Lumber-Uniform Grading and Inspection of Committee Report274-277
Lumber-Substitutes for Expensive Lumber with View to Economy279-283
LeFaivre, W. E. Discussion on Uniform Grading & Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber 290-291-299
Long, R. D. Paper on Handling of Signal Material344-347
M
Memorial Committee, Appointed56
Memorial Committee, Report356
Membership, Committee Report56
Marking of Couplers and Parts-Committee Report314-336
Members, List of12-27
Mayor's Address38-39
Morehead, W. S. Discussion onReclamation196 Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber   297
Morey, Mr. Discussion on Scrap and Scrap Classification86-87
Moore, T.-Telegram from177
Murphy, J. P. Remarks by52-354-356-357Discussion onScrap and Scrap Classification79-80-87Reclamation193-194Piece Work230-231-232-233-234-235-236-237Stationery271-272Uniform Granding and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber290-291-295Marking of Couplers and Parts337-338-340Handling of Signal Material350
McVeigh, E. J. Discussion onReclamation181Piece Work234Stationery  258-267-268-273-274Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber284-285-291
Mears, N. A. Discussion of Committee Report on Piece Work 231
Marshall, Mr. (Western Elec. Co.) Discussion of Committee Report on Piece Work236-237-238
McCracken, E. E. Discussion of Committee Report on Accounting247-248
Manchester, A. E. Remarks on Substitutes for Expensive Lumber286-287
N
Nominating Committee, Appointed279
Nominating Committee, Report of351-352
Nelson, 0. Discussion onScrap and Scrap Classification75Reclamation181Stationery262
O
Order of Business7
Officers-1914-19158-9
Officers-1915-191610-11
Officers, Election of352
Opening Address by G. G. Allen45-49
P
President's Address by G. G. Allen45-49
Papers onHandling of Signal Material344-350Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material199-202"Butting In"196-199Substitutes for Expensive Lumber with View to Economy279-283
Piece Work Committee Report207-229
Pierce, C. W. Discussion on Reclamation182
R
Railroads Represented by Active Membership33-35
Report ofSecretary-Treasurer50-55Auditing Committee 57Accounting Committee241-246
Resolutions Committee57-351
Resolutions from Ladies353
Reclamation Committee Report100-175
Reclamation Committee Discussion178-197
Recommended Practices Committee Report90-92
Railways and the Public Paper by E. D. Sewall41-45
Rules, Book of-Index298-314
Rouse, H. E.Discussion on Scrap and Scrap Classification79-80-85Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber  285-286-291-292-293-296
Reed, F. D. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification72-74-76-77-79-80-84-86-87-88Reclamation186-187-191-194
Roth, E. J. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification72Accounting250-253-254Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber   284-285-288-289
Rice, N. M. Discussion onReclamation188-191-195-196Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material203-204-205Piece Work236Accounting252-253-254-256-257Stationery265
S
Subjects for Discussion at Twelfth Annual Meeting 36
Secretary-Treasurer's Report50-55
Stationery Committee Report 258-262
Scrap and Scrap Classification, Committee Report  60-69
Structures and Buildings, Standard, Committee Report298
Signal Material, Handling of, Paper by R. D. Long344-347
Signal Material, Handling of, Paper by C. R. Ahrens347-350
Sewell, E. D., Vice-Pres., C. M. & St. P. R. R. Paper on The Railways and the Public41-45
Stokes, W. D.Remarks by56Stationery272
Stevens, H. C. Discussion on Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber 285Piece Work230Accounting250-252Stationery270-271Scrap and Scrap Classification72Marking of Couplers and Parts339Recommended Practices 98
Stuart, J. G. Discussion of Committee Report onScrap and Scrap Classification72-73Recommended Practices100
Summerhays, W. A.Discussion on Scrap and Scrap Classification73-78Discussion of Committee Report on Recommended Practices96-98Accounting250-257Remarks when elected Vice-President353-354
Shoop, W. R. Discussion onScrap and Scrap Classification79-80-82-83Reclamation191-192
Samson, C. H.Paper on Accounting for Second-Hand Serviceable Material199-202Discussion of Committee Report on Accounting254-256 Stationery270
Scatchard, H.-Telegram from177
Shaughnessy, P. J. Discussion of Committee Report on Accounting 246-247-254-255-256-257
Standardization of Tinware, Committee Report342
T
Tinware, Standardization of, Committee Report 342
Thompson, Hon. W. H.-Address of Welcome38-39
Taylor, John M.-Elected to Honorary Membership56
Tucker, A. L. Discussion of Committee Report on Piece Work232-233-236
V
Vice-President, Third-Resolution for355
W
Waterman, J. H.Response to Address of Welcome39-40Remarks by56-353-355Paper on "Butting In"196-199Discussion of Committee Reports on Scrap and Scrap Classification76-77-83-84-86-87-88Recommended Practices 96-97-99Reclamation178-179-181-182-184-185Piece Work230-232-233Stationery270-271-273-274Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber 287-288-292-293-295-296-207Standardization of Tinware343Resolution for Third Vice-President355
Williams, D. A. Discussion on Scrap and Scrap Classification74
Ward, H. M. Discussion on Reclamation185-186
Williams, C. B.-Letter from178
Wright, Mr. (National Malleable Cstgs. Co.) Discussion of Committee Report on Marking of Couplers and Parts 339-340
Y
Yeomans, G. G. Discussion on Uniform Grading and Inspection of Lumber and Substitutes for Expensive Lumber 288-290-294-295
ILLUSTRATIONS
ROAD "A"No. 7, 85 lb. Frog-Saving, $30.00 each. Built up -in. with Oxy-Acetylene
ROAD "B"Machine for backing nuts off of bolts 97Roadway material189Tie Plates and angle bars 190Reclaiming driver spring leaves191Reclaiming car forgings192Straightening round iron by hand128Furnace for re-rolling 129Re-rolling rolls130-131Re-rolled iron132-133
ROAD "C"Scrap to be reclaimed102
ROAD "D"View of Ferguson Oil Furnaces used for heating scrap iron for reclaim rolls122
ROAD "F"Coupler machine in operation111Making washers from old flues105Hand method used before machine for stripping couplers was installed106Machine for stripping couplers and yokes, showing also scrap couplers and reclaimed couplers107Machine for stripping coupler yokes 110Furnace for heating iron for reclaiming rolls123Showing rolls in operation124Showing rolls and furnace125
ROAD "G"Switch points reclaimed by Oxweld process 187
ROAD "H"Machine for backing nuts off of bolts93Rejected oak 239
ROAD "I"Magnetic brass separator138Brake beams for straightening112Furnace for heating beams and face plate  113Straightened brake beams114Pile of bolts to be rethreaded73Straightening bolts with air drill75Bolt cutter77Average of 40,000 bolts reclaimed each month81
ROAD "J"Lumber Resaw Plant134-135Old track ties piled ready for splitting up for engine wood136Tie splitter for engine wood137Bolt threaders103
ROAD "L"Showing magnet in operation on locomotive crane61Rail unloaded on storage skids with locomotive crane and magnet63Bolt shears85Machine for backing rusted nuts off of bolts89Washer punch. Capacity of 2,500 lbs. assorted sizes daily104Bolts71Shows large alligator shears in Scrap Yard reclaiming channels139Coil springs undergoing repairs179Coil springs being tempered180Reclaiming rolls in operation 126Cooling bed forrerolled iron127Lot of reclaimed angle bars which have been swedged and are not ready for service188Swinging grinder and chipping hammer, chipping and grinding switch points16148-in. draw cut shaper162Riveting frog tongues on a yoke riveter163Punch and shear16480-Ton hydraulic rail bending machine operated by three men165Rail classification and storage skids145Rail saw manufactured at shops146Cold cut off saw used for sawing either straight or angle sawing of rails. A saw sharpening machine is shown in the background on the left147Frog and switch planer148Frog and switch planer149Frog and switch planer157Rail base shearing machine15836-in. drill press used for drilling rail bases159Two spindle rail drill presses, motor driven 160
ROAD "M"Brake beams for repairs115Repaired brake beams116Drawbar yoke for rolling-Scrap value, $9.00 net ton119Rolled iron-Cost, $14.00 net ton; new value, $20.50; Saving, $6.50120Springs for repairs166Repaired truck springs167Jacks for repairs-Scrap value, $8 N. T 181Repaired jacks182
Bars for repairs-Scrap value, $8 N. T183Repaired claw and timber bars184Drills for repairs-Scrap value, $8 N. T185Repaired drills  186
ROAD "S"A general view of the largest metal yard on the System101
ROAD "T"Worn-spring Frog140Worn frog points 141Die Block142Repaired Points143Repaired frog144
ROAD "V"A good assortment of proper scrap material for reclaiming in Ajax Reclaiming Rolls   121Oxweld Acetylene-Air Pump Cylinder194-195Oxweld Acetylene-Superheater castings201Oxweld Acetylene-Piston rod231Oxweld Acetylene-Truck Side235Oster Mfg. Co. Taken at Princeton, W. Va., shops of the Virginia Ry., Nov. 19, 1914. The machine shown accommodates pipe from 1% to 6 inches and is five years old243Adv. shows the different shape dies it is possible to use on the washer punch247Adv. shows use of scrap sheets for washers. Note there is no waste251


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