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mediate station where schedule time is earlier than the time specified in the order as before required to run with respect to the schedule time.

268. A.-As though such time was the regular schedule time for the trains named at that station.

269. A.–Other trains are required to run with respect to the time specified at the designated point or any intermediate station where schedule time is earlier than the time specified in the order, as before required to run with respect to the schedule time of the train or trains named.

270. A.-Yes. 271. A. -For sections. 272. A.-Example 1. 273. A.-Example 2. 274. A.-Example 5. 275. A.—Example 6. 276. A.-Example 7. 277. A.—Example 8. 278. A.—Example 9. 279. A.-Form K. 280. A. For extra trains. 281. A.—The extra must go to the second

point named in the order before returning to the third point named in the order.

282. A.-For work trains.

283. A.-Must protect whether standing or moving.

284. A.—Yes.
285. A.-Example 4.

286. A. It will not enter the limits before the time stated.

287. A.-Example 5.
288. A.—Yes.
289. A.—Yes.

290. A.-It will proceed expecting to find the work extra protecting.

291. A.-It can proceed only under protection of flag.

292. A. For holding order.

293. A.—When the hold order is annulled, or an order is given to the operator in the form '-— may go.”

294. A.-Annulling a schedule or a section. 295. A.-No. 296. A.-Annulling an order. 297. A.-No. 298. A.-Yes.

299. A.-Annulling part of an order.

300. A.-Superseding an order or part of an order.

301. A.-By adding to prescribed forms the words: “instead of -4,"

STANDARD CODE

OF THE

AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION

Adopted April 25th, 1906.

(FOR SINGLE TRACK)

GENERAL RULES

A. Employees whose duties are prescribed by these rules must provide themselves with a copy.

B. Employees must be conversant with and obey the rules and special instructions. If in doubt as to their meaning they must apply to proper authority for an explanation.

C. Employees must pass the required examinations.

D. Persons employed in any service on trains are subject to the rules and special instructions.

E. Employees must render every assistance in their power in carrying out the rules and special instructions.

F. Any violation of the rules or special instructions must be reported.

G. The use of intoxicants by employees while on duty is prohibited. Their use, or the frequenting of places where they are sold, is sufficient cause for dismissal.

H. The use of tobacco by employees while on duty in or about passenger stations, or on passenger cars, is prohibited.

J. Employees on duty must wear the prescribed badge and uniform and be neat in appearance.

K. Persons authorized to transact business at stations or on trains must be orderly and avoid annoyance to patrons.

L. In case of danger to the Company's property employees must unite to protect it.

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DEFINITIONS

ENGINE.-A locomotive propelled by any form of energy.

TRAIN.—An engine, or more than one engine coupled, with or without cars, displaying Markers.

REGULAR TRAIN.—A train authorized by a timetable schedule.

SECTION.–One of two or more trains running on the same schedule displaying signals or for which signals are displayed.

EXTRA TRAIN.-A train not authorized by a timetable schedule. It may be designated as:

Extra.-For any extra train, except work extra;
Work extra—for work train extra.

SUPERIOR TRAIN.-A train having precedence over another train.

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