Clipping:No enforcement of the salary cap
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|Date||Wednesday, October 28, 1885|
[reviewing the new National Agreement] The rules regulating salary and prohibiting advance money lose somewhat in force from the fact that no penalty is attached to violation or evasion of the law; an easy matter for unscrupulous managers, no matter how stringently regulated and enforced the rule may be. It is a step, however, in the right direction, as a start in a much-needed reform has been made; and that is a point gained, as further improvement will from time to time suggest itself, and ultimately the matter be adjusted on a satisfactory basis, and so regulated that compliance can be made universal and sure.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|