Daniel L. Cease

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Daniel L. Cease (? - March 22, 1928) was editor and manager of The Railroad Trainman in Cleveland, Ohio. The publication was a monthly published by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen[1] In 1913 and again in 1926 he was on the Board of Arbitration of the Interstate Commerce Commission.[2][3][4]

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  1. ^ "Disability And Death Compensation For Railroad Employees". Daniel L. Cease. JSTOR 1011120. 
  2. ^ "Pay Raised". Time magazine. December 13, 1926. Retrieved 2009-08-18. The Board of Arbitration met the end of October. On it sat For the railroads: Robert V. Massey of the Pennsylvania and William Ayer Baldwin of the Erie. For the workers: E. P. Curtis, general secretary, Order of Railway Conductors, and Daniel L. Cease, editor, Railway Trainmen. For the public: William Delavan Baldwin, chairman, Otis Elevator Co., and Edgar Erastus Clark, onetime (1906-21) I. C. C. commissioner, now Washington, D. C. lawyer. They had just 45 days, according to law, to hear both sides of the dispute and to make their recommendations for settlement. 
  3. ^ "Eastern Rail Heads and Trainmen Reach Agreement in Controversy. Withdraw Demand to Submit Questions. Hearings Begin in September.". Chicago Tribune. July 27, 1913. Retrieved 2009-08-18. 
  4. ^ The financial review. 1914. City of New York, neutral arbitrators; W. W. Atterbury Vice-Pres. of the Penn. RR., and A. H. Smith, Senior Vice- Pres. of the N. Y. Cent., as representatives of the railroads, and Lucius E. Sheppard, Senior Vice-Pres. of the Order of Railway Conductors, and Daniel L. Cease of Cleveland, editor of the "Railway Trainman," as representatives of the employees. On Nov. 24 and 25 the Inter-State Com. Comm. began hearings on the petition of the railroads east of the Miss. River and north of the Ohio and Potomac rivers for an advance of 5% in freight rates, which, the examination developed, was intended to apply to intra-State as well as inter-State rates, and likewise to import and export rates, and was estimated to yield $40,000,000 to $50,000,000 additional gross revenues. Two days were devoted to the railroad side of the case and adjournment was then taken by the Commission until Dec. 10. ...