1. What rates are paid now as compared with 1916 on Canadian National Railways, per month, per day, or per hour, for the following classes of employees :-Engineers, Firemen, Conductors, Trainmen, Shop Mechanics, Carmen, Agents and Operators, Freight Shed Men, Trackmen, Bridge and Building Men?
2. Have there been any particular changes since 1916 in working conditions, such as length of working day, overtime regulations, etc., which further increased compensation over changes in rates, if so, what are such changes for each of the classes named in Question number one?
3. What would be the comparative monthly compensation as between now and 1916 paid each to engineers, firemen, conductors, and trainmen (allowing average overtime conditions), in the following classes of service:- Through passenger run, Local passenger run. Through freight service, Local freight service.
4. What are the monthly earnings as compared with 1916 for the following classes of employees working full regular working hours :[DOT]-Shop Mechanics, Carmen, Agents and Operators, Freight Shed Men, Trackmen, Bridge and Building Men?
5. What would be the monthly earnings of the classes of employees named in question 4 if required to work the same regular working hours as existed in 1916 at present rates as compared with the rates paid in 1916?
6. Do any of the classes of employees named in the foregoing questions receive any compensation or privileges in addition to their rates of pay, such as commissions, free or reduced rental, living accommodation, fuel, light, transportation, etc? If so, in a general way what are such concessions and what are they valued at in individual cases?
Subtopic: CANADIAN NATIONAL. RAILWAYS-EMPLOYEES' REMUNERATION