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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 37

11.—Pecuniary Aid

11.—Pecuniary Aid.

In consideration and disposal of trade matters on the part of any society or union, such society or union, before taking any action likely to lead to a "strike," shall first consult the Council, who shall exercise discretionary power in recommending to the other societies or unions the propriety of contributing pecuniary assistance; but the Council shall not be expected to directly collect money or pay out of their own fund the expenses incurred in any difficulty. Should the case be urgent and the circumstances satisfactory the Council will endeavor to meet the views of the applicants in a favorable manner.