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198. A.—No.
199. A.-In writing.
200. A.-In proper position.
201. A.-Conductors.
202. A.-No.
203. A.-Conductors and enginemen.
204. A.—Yes.
205. A.—The safe course must be taken.

Rules for Movement by Train Orders

206. A. For those not provided for by timetable.

207. A. -Neither information nor instruction not essential to such movement.

208. A.—When applicable. 209. A.—Yes.

210. A.-Consecutively beginning at midnight.

211. A. —Those who are to execute them. 212. A.-Yes.

213. A.–To the conductor and engineman and also to any one who acts as pilot.

214. A.—As if addressed to them. 215. A.-See Rule 205.

216. A.-As “No. 10,” or “2nd No. 10," adding engine numbers if desired.

217. A.-By their engine numbers.
218. A.—"19" or "31.”
219. A.-Yes. .

220. A.-It must be transmitted simultaneously to as many of them as practicable.

221. A.—Yes.

222. A.-Copies of the order must be delivered to all trains affected until all have arrived from one direction.

223. A.—Yes.

224. A.–Others must be traced from one of the copies first made.

225. A.—The conductor.
226. A.–No.
227. A.—The operator.
228. A.See Rule 211.

229. A.—The train must first be stopped before delivery of the order is made.

230. A.—The operator may be instructed to give the “X” response.

231. A.—After the order has been repeated or the “X” response sent by the operator who receives the order for the superior train.

232. A.–As a holding order for the train addressed.

233. A.-As if it had not been sent.
234. A.—The lowest copy.
235. A.—The same as at any other office.

236. A.—To the conductor and engineman of the train, naming the point at which it is to receive the order, and in care of a certain person.

237. A. When the signature of the person in whose care the order is addressed is received.

238. A.-He will deliver a copy of the order to the conductor and engineman of the train addressed, take their signature and leave the copy of the order showing such signatures with the operator at the first office accessible.

239. A.-As if “complete" had been given in the regular manner.

240. A.-Not until the signature of the conductor and engineman, of the train at the nontelegraph station, have been received.

241. A.—All sections are included. 242. A.—Yes. 243. A.—No. 244. A.-Not until he has obtained the signa

tures of the conductor and engineman to the order.

245. A.–Until fulfilled, superseded, or annulled.

246. A.-Yes. 247. A.-Yes.

248. A.-When such train loses both right and schedule as prescribed by Rules 4 and 82 or is annulled.

249. A.—Yes.
250. A.-See Rule 221 A and 221 B.
251. A.-See Rule 221 A and 221 B.

252. A.-Promptly record and report to the train dispatcher the time of all trains.

253. A.-See Rule 223.

Forms of Train Orders

254. A.-Fixing meeting points for opposing trains.

255. A.—Trains receiving these orders will run with respect to each other to the designated point and there meet in the manner provided by the rule.

256. A.—Directing a train to pass or run ahead of another train.

257. A.-Both trains will run according to rule to the designated point and there arrange for the rear train to pass promptly.

258. A.-Right is conferred to run ahead of the train passed from the designated point.

259. A.-Giving right to a train over an opposing train.

260. A.-Right over the second named train, between the points mentioned.

261. A.—The first named train.

262. A.-It may proceed, keeping clear of the opposing train as many minutes as such train was before required to clear it under the Rules.

263. A.–Time orders.

264. A. -As if its schedule time was as much later as the time stated in the order.

265. A.–Opposing trains receiving the order are required to run with respect to this later time as before required to run with respect to the regular schedule time.

266. A.-The first named train must not pass the designated point before the time given unless the other train has arrived.

267. A.-It will run with respect to the time specified at the designated point or any inter

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