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TABLE 31.-CASUALTIES IN RAILROAD ACCIDENTS TO EMPLOYEES ON DUTY, 1965

Class I railroads

Total casualties in
train, train service,
and nontrain acci-
dents-railroads of

all classes

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Class of person

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I. EXECUTIVES, OFFICIALS, AND STAFF ASSISTANTS

1. Executives, general officers, and assistants
2. Division officers, assistants, and staff assistants.

Total, executives, officials, and staff assistants.
II. PROFESSIONAL, CLERICAL, AND GENERAL
3. Professional and subprofessional assistants
4. Supervisory or chief clerks (major departments)
5. Chief clerks (minor departments) and assistant chief

clerks and supervising cashiers.
6. Clerks and clerical specialists (A).
7. Clerks (B and C)..
8. Mechanical device operators (office).
9. Stenographers and secretaries (A).
10. Stenographers and typists (B).
11. Storekeepers, sales agents, and buyers.
12. Ticket agents and assistant ticket agents..
13. Traveling auditors or accountants..
14. Telephone switchboard operators and office assist-

ants.
15. Messengers and office boys.
16. Elevator operators and other office attendants
17. Lieutenants and sergeants of police...
18. Patrolmen and watchmen..
19. Traffic and various other agents, inspectors, and

investigators..
20. Claim agents or investigators..
21. Freight claim agents or investigators.

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22. Chief claim agents or investigators..
23. Miscellaneous trades workers (other than plumbers).
24. Motor vehicle and motorcar operators..
25. Teamsters and stablemen.
26. Janitors and cleaners...........

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Total, professional, clerical, and general.........
III. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
27. Roadmasters, general foremen, and assistants...
28. Maintenance of way and scale inspectors.
29. Bridge and building gang foremen (skilled labor).
30. Bridge and building carpenters.
31. Bridge and building ironworkers....
32. Bridge and building painters......
33. Masons, bricklayers, plasterers, and plumbers.
34. Maintenance of way and structures helpers and

wo apprentices.
35. Portable steam equipment operators
36. Portable steam equipment operator helpers.
37. Pumping equipment operators...
38. Gang foremen (extra gang and work train laborers).
39. Gang foremen (bridge and building, signal and tele-
e graph laborers).
40. Gang or section foremen.
41. Extra gang men...
42. Section men................. ...
43. Maintenance of way laborers (other than track and

roadway) and gardeners and farmers.LUIS
44. General and assistant general foreman and in-

spectors (signal, telegraph, and electrical trans

mission)
45. Gang foremen (signal and telegraph skilled trades

labor)..
46. Signalmen and signal maintainers.
47. Linemen and groundmen.
48. Assistant signalmen and assistant signal maintainers.
49. Signalmen and signal maintainers helpers.......

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TABLE 31.-CASUALTIES IN RAILROAD ACCIDENTS TO EMPLOYEES ON DUTY, 1965–Continued

Class I railroads

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1. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT AND STORES
50. General, assistant general, and department foremen.
51. General and assistant general foremen (stores).
52. Equipment, shop, electrical, material, and supplies

inspectors....
53. Gang foremen and gang leaders (skilled labor).
54. Blacksmiths....
55. Boilermakers.............
56. Carmen (A and B).
57. Carmen (C and D).
58. Electrical workers (A).........
59. Electrical workers (B)
60. Electrical workers (C).
61. Machinists...... ...........
62. Molders.......
63. Sheet metal workers..............
64. Skilled trades helpers (M. of E. and stores).
65. Helper apprentices (M. of E, and stores).
66. Regular apprentices (M. of E. and stores).
67. Coach cleaners
68. Gang foremen (shops, engine houses, and power-

plants).
69. Gang foremen (stores and ice, reclamation, and

timber-treating plants).
70. Classified laborers (shops, engine houses, and

powerplants).
71. General laborers (shops, engine houses, and power-

plants).
72. General laborers (stores and ice, reclamation, and

timber-treating plants).
73. Stationary engineers (steam).
74. Statonary firemen, oilers, coal passers, and water

tenders.

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Total, maintenance of equipment and stores..
V, TRANSPORTATION (OTHER THAN TRAIN

ENGINE AND YARD)
75. Chiet train dispatchers..
76. Train dispatchers..
77. Train directors...
78. Station agents (supervisory major stations non-

telegraphers)
79. Station agents (smaller stations nontelegraphers).
80. Station agents (telegraphers and telephoners)-
81. Chief telegraphers and telephoners or wire chiefs.
82. Clerk-telegraphers and clerk-telephoners.
83. Telegraphers telephoners and towermen.
84. Station masters and assistants.
85. Supervising baggage agents.........
86. Baggage agents

and assistants.
87. Baggage parcel room and station attendants.
88. Generalforemen (freight stations warehouses

grain elevators and docks).
89. Assistant general foremen (treight stations ware-

houses grain elevators and docks).
90. Gang foremen (freight station, warehouse, grain

elevator, and dock labor). -
91. Callers, loaders, scalers, sealers, and perishable-

freight inspectors.
92. Truckers (station, warehouses, and platforms).
93. Laborers (coal and ore docks and grain elevators).
94. Common laborers (stations, warehouses, platforms,

and grain elevators).
95. Stewards, restaurant and lodging-house managers,

and dining-car supervisors...
96. Chefs and cooks (restaurants or dining-cars).
97. Waiters, camp cooks, kitchen helpers, etc..
98. Officers, workers, and attendants on barges,

launches, ferry boats, towing vessels, steamers,

and shore workers.
99. Transportation and dining-service inspectors.
100, Parlor and sleeping-car conductors..
101. Train attendants
102. Bridge operators and helpers.
103. Crossing and bridge flagmen and gatemen..
104. Foremen (laundry) and laundry workers.

Total, transportation (other than train, engine,

and yard).... Total, groups I to V.

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TABLE 31.-CASUALTIES IN RAILROAD ACCIDENTS TO EMPLOYEES ON DUTY, 1965-Continued

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VI. (a) TRANSPORTATION (YARDMASTERS, SWITCH

TENDERS, AND HOSTLERS)
105. Yardmasters
106. Assistant yardmasters.
07. Switch tenders
108. Outside hostlers.
109. Inside hostiers
110. Outside hostler helpers.

Total, transportation (yardmasters, switch

tenders, and hostiers).
VI. (b) TRANSPORTATION (TRAIN AND ENGINE)
111. Road passenger conductors
112. Assistant road passenger conductors and ticket

collectors
113. Road freight conductors (through freight).
114. Road freight conductors (local and way freight).
115. Road passenger baggagemen...

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116. Road passenger brakemen and flagmen....
117. Road freight brakemen and flagmen (through freight)
118. Road freight brakemen and flagmen (local and way
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119. Yard conductors and yard foremen.
120. Yard brakemen and yard helpers..
121. Road passenger engineers and motormen
122. Road freight engineers and motormen (through

freight)..

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