The Bengal Regulations, the Acts of the Governor-General in Council, and the Frontier Regulationss Applicable to the Punjab; With Notes and an Index V

The Bengal Regulations, the Acts of the Governor-General in Council, and the Frontier Regulationss Applicable to the Punjab; With Notes and an Index V

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ... is timgd to run, or from any cause is expected to run, on any portion of a line later than sunset nud before sunrise, the Signal lamps to be light-lampg mnat be Ii(?hted at annaet. During twilight in ed at sunset. the mornings and evenings, both the day and night signals must Same as Rule 8 and 11H. ba uge( Thfi gisjna, j;, ltg mllst not j, e put ont untji broad fay, light, except under instructions from an authorized officer. In foggy weather, when the day signals cannot be seen plainly, the signal lamps mnst be, lighted, and kept burning, and at sue times both the day and Foggy wwther. nfght giguall mugt b(J, 163. If aisignalman or Pointsman observe anything wrong or unusual in a passing train, p 11 ho must report.the circumstance to his superior: but if it is of 1 """ such n nature as to involve danger to the train or the public, he must at onoe take all practicable steps to stop the train. SECTION VIII. Guards. 164. Every Guard must be at the station from which he is to start at the time appointed for his attendance, anil must have with him a copy of these Attendance at station. regulations and of tho working time-tables of tliu lines over which lie has to run. 165. Every Giianl must have with him the equipment and '! stores prescribed by the authorized olficer. _ 106. Guards will receive instructions from thn Station Mas 10 receive ins:, i, or other authorized officer, to whom they must ap;ly for anv. from Station Master.. nec83Sary for tho working of tlieir 167. Guards are responsible that tliPir brakes and lamps are in good working order, and., that the lamps are trimmed and lighted, and brightly burning, InspectH between sunset and sumise, and during a fog; also that the vehicles of the train are in good order, and properly...show more

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  • Paperback | 518 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236649605
  • 9781236649607