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NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

John M. HOUSTON
ABE MURDOCK

Paul M. HERZOG, Chairman

JAMES J. REYNOLDS, JR.
J. COPELAND GRAY

FRANK M. KLEILER, Executive Secretary

IDA KLAUS, Solicitor
WILLIAM R. RINGER, Chief Trial Examiner
Louis G. SILVERBERG, Director of Information

Office of the General Counsel

ROBERT N. DENHAM, General Counsel
GEORGE J. BOTT, Associate General Counsel
David P. FINDLING, Associate General Counsel

JOSEPH C. WELLS, Associate General Counsel
CARROLL K. Shaw, Director, Division of Administration

LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD,

Washington, D. C., January 2, 1950. Sır: As provided in section 3 (c) of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, I submit herewith the Fourteenth Annual Report of the National Labor Relations Board for the year ended June 30, 1949, and, under separate cover, lists containing the names, salaries, and duties of all employees and officers in the employ or under the supervision of the Board.

Paul M. HERZOG, Chairman. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE, THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

Washington, D. C.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER

I. L. M. R. A.: Second Year..
II. Representation Cases
III. Unfair Labor Practice Cases -
IV. Enforcement Litigation..

V. Injunction Litigation..
VI. Miscellaneous Litigation..

VII. Fiscal Statement...
APPENDIX

A. Statistical Tables Covering the Fiscal Year 1949-
B. Definition of Types of Cases---
C. List of Cases Heard During the Fiscal Year 1949..
D. List of Cases in which the Board Rendered Decisions During the

Fiscal Year 1949..
E. Text of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947.-
F. Regional Offices of the Board, Location, and Directing Personnel..

1 12 48 110 134 148 155

156 189 190

216 257 287

LIST OF TABLES

Tables Appearing in Chapters IV and V
TABLE

1. Results of Litigation for Enforcement or Review of Board Orders.
2. Summary of Injunction Litigation.

119 134

156

157

Tables Appearing in Appendix A
1. Number of Cases Received, Closed, and Pending, by Identification

of Complainant or Petitioner.--
1A. Number of Unfair Labor Practice Cases Received, Closed, and

Pending, by Identification of Complainant.---
1B. Number of Representation Cases Received, Closed, and Pending,

by Identification of Petitioner...
2. Monthly Distribution of Cases Received.
3. Types of Unfair Labor Practices Alleged in Charges Filed..

A. Charges Filed Against an Employer under Section 8 (a)--
B. Charges Filed Against a Union Under Section 8 (b)---

C. Charges Filed Against a Union Under Section 8 (b) (4)
4. Geographic Distribution of Unfair Labor Practice and Representa-

tion Cases, by Type of Case, Received ..
5. Industrial Distribution of Unfair Labor Practice and Representa-

tion Cases Received.--
6. Regional Distribution of Cases Received..
7. Disposition of Unfair Labor Practice Cases Closed, by Stage and

Method.---
8. Disposition of Representation Cases Closed, by Stage and Method.

158 159 159 159 160 160

160

162 163

164 165

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