ITEM - 92(n)
A G R E E M E N T
Union Pacific Railroad Company-Eastern District
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
Rule 92(24) of the agreement between the Union Pacific Railroad Company-Eastern District, and the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, effective November 1, 1957, reads as follows:
"(24) Brakemen will not be permitted to remain on freight extra board when their seniority entitles them to hold a regular position in pool freight service.
"Note: - This rule not to apply on the St. Joseph and Grand Island Subdivisions."
It is agreed that consistent with the above rule, when a brakeman's name is removed from the extra board and he is assigned to a regular pool turn, but is displaced from the pool turn before being called for a trip on that turn, his hame will be restored on the extra list in the same position he formerly held. If his turn on the extra board has been called prior to his return to the extra board he will be placed first out.
It is further agreed no brakeman on the extra board will have basis for runaround claims incident to this agreement.
This agreement is effective August 1, 1961.
Dated at Omaha, Nebraska, this 17th day of July, 1961.
FOR THE EMPLOYES: FOR UNION PACIFIC
/s/ H. A. Janulewicz
General Chairman, /s/ J. T. Singent
B. of R. T. Assistant to