• Creator
  • Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen
  • Created Date
  • 1924
  • Description
  • This booklet presents the minimum wage scale and regulations applicable to logging and lumbering operations west of the Cascade Mountains, as set by the Pacific Coast Division of the Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen (4L), as of January 1924. The booklet establishes the standards for when and how wages should be paid, what the expectations are for hours worked (and overtime pay), what holidays will be observed, what room and board arrangem... more
    This booklet presents the minimum wage scale and regulations applicable to logging and lumbering operations west of the Cascade Mountains, as set by the Pacific Coast Division of the Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen (4L), as of January 1924. The booklet establishes the standards for when and how wages should be paid, what the expectations are for hours worked (and overtime pay), what holidays will be observed, what room and board arrangements may be made with workers, etc. Then a minimum wage is printed, both for hourly and daily wages, for every kind of occupation held by workers in logging camps affiliated with the 4L, from blacksmiths to hook tenders to wood splitters, to name only a few. A similar wage scale is then supplied for sawmills, followed by box factories, sash and door factories, and shingle mills. The booklet concludes with a few additional regulations and principles that govern the 4L.This particular copy of the booklet is marked in pencil, indicating that it... less
  • Format
  • text
    Booklet
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