Electrical news and engineering . ainst such dishonest practice. There was also some discussion on the cost plus per-centage system of taking work and Mr. Geo. Dale was ap-pointed as a committee of one to correspond with other as-sociations to secure information regarding their standardpractice in regard to work taken on this basis. The report of the Labor Committee was read and it wasasserted that negotiations with the union were proceeding ina very friendly way. Further announcement will be madelater as to what agreements are reached. A preliminary report of the treasurer was presented inreg

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Electrical news and engineering . ainst such dishonest practice. There was also some discussion on the cost plus per-centage system of taking work and Mr. Geo. Dale was ap-pointed as a committee of one to correspond with other as-sociations to secure information regarding their standardpractice in regard to work taken on this basis. The report of the Labor Committee was read and it wasasserted that negotiations with the union were proceeding ina very friendly way. Further announcement will be madelater as to what agreements are reached. A preliminary report of the treasurer was presented inreg
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Electrical news and engineering . ainst such dishonest practice. There was also some discussion on the cost plus per-centage system of taking work and Mr. Geo. Dale was ap-pointed as a committee of one to correspond with other as-sociations to secure information regarding their standardpractice in regard to work taken on this basis. The report of the Labor Committee was read and it wasasserted that negotiations with the union were proceeding ina very friendly way. Further announcement will be madelater as to what agreements are reached. A preliminary report of the treasurer was presented inregard to the expenses of the Goodwin campaign. The re-port of the Joint Examining Board was also read and therewas considerable discussion on all the points. The attendance at the meeting was fair but not up tothe average, and it was unanimously decided to go back tothe former customary dinner previous to the meetings. Thedate of the next meeting will be January 9, the second Thurs- January 1. 101! i fHE ELECTRICAL NEWS POWER CABLE. 350,000 CM. 3-Conductor 12000 volt Paper Insulated, Steel Tape Armoured Cable Overall Diameter—3.62 ins. Built to Specifications of Hydro-Electric Power Commissionof Ontario Eugene F. Phillips Electrical Works, Limited MONTREAL Branches : Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary Vancouver THE ELECTRICAL NEWS January I, 1919 day of the month. rh< plao tvill be announced later to all the members. It is important thai all the members of the old associa-tion should have their formal written applications forbership in the National Association in the hands of Presi-dent Mclntyre before the first of the year. It has been an-nounced that all the members of the British Columbiabranch of the association have already sent in all their ap-plications for membership. Fine Store of Main Electric, Montreal The store of the Main Electric Company, 165 Craig StreetWest. Montreal, is one of the largest in the city, being 15D x140 feet. The store is in the form of an L wit