Excerpt from Proceedings: January, 1893
After the subject had been fully explained, Mr. Ramsey Offered no objections to the agreement of Joint Car Inspection as now in force.
Mr. J. M Arnold, Agent, C. N. O. T. P. Ry. At Cincinnati, was present, and introduced the subject Of inspection of cars between the C. N. O. T. P. And C. H. D. Rys.
It was the sense of the meeting that such differences should be settled by the individual roads, and the subject was therefore dropped.
The Secretary presented a communication making inquiry as to where the Annual Meeting Of the Central Association was to be held.
It was moved, seconded and carried that the Annual Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17th, will be convened at the Burnet House, at 2 P. M.
The report Of the Joint Car Inspector for the month Of December was read. Same received and filed.
As the contracts between the Western Union Telegraph Company and the C. H. D., P. C. C. St. L. And C. C. C. St. L. Rys. Had not been signed by these roads, the matter was discussed, and it was the sense Of the meeting that, as the above contracts were expected to be received in the near future, duly signed by the respective companies, it was not advisable to commence operations for using the wire until such contracts were received by the Secretary.
It was moved, seconded and carried that taking effect Jan. 15, all roads carding cars for defects must have printed or stamped on such cards M. C. B. Defect card.
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