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20. Orchestra manager.—The Producer (Studio) shall employ one nonplaying Orchestra Manager who shall call all Musicians, check the time of all calls, make up pay rolls and all necessary reports to the A. F. of M., and attend to all matters pertaining to the personnel of each orchestra. It shall be his duty to see that all musical activities are in conformity with the regulations of the A. F. of M., and within the scope of his duties so described, he shall be in constant attendance at all recording engagements, and shall not be employed in any other competitive musical activity. He shall receive not less than one playing musician's salary for each entire engagement, with a minimum guarantee of not less than $6,916.00 per year for the position.

21. Calls.-(a) There shall be no stand-by calls.

(b) All calls for recording musicians shall be made not later than 6:00 P. M. on the day preceding the call, except in emergency, and except that, at the end of any recording session, calls for the following day may be given to the musicians; all calls to be registered by telephone or telegram with the Studio Representative. After registration of the call, the Orchestra Manager may proceed to call the individual members required for service. No Orchestra Manager is permitted to call a musician for any services whatsoever unless the call is first registered with the Studio Representative's office. The Studio Representative shall have full power to act in emergencies, subject to review by the International Executive Board.

22. Vacations for contract musicians.-For each four and one-third weeks elapsed under the musicians' personal service contract, he shall be credited with one earned vacation day. One vacation day's pay shall consist of 16 of employee's weekly drawing account.

Within the period from April 1, 1946, to March 31, 1947, inclusive, a scheduled two-week vacation shall be granted the musician. Payment for vacation will be made as reasonably soon after March 31, 1947, as possible.

Within the period from April 1, 1947, to August 31, 1947, inclusive, a five consecutive day vacation shall be granted. Payment for vacation will be made as reasonably soon after August 31, 1947, as possible.

Within the period from September 1, 1947, to August 31, 1948, inclusive, a scheduled two-week vacation shall be granted the musician. Payment for vacation will be made as reasonably soon after August 31, 1948, as possible.

When a Sunday occurs during the vacation period, such Sunday shall not be considered as a vacation day.

23. Vacations for noncontract musicians.-Vacations shall be granted according to the following plan :

Hours of vacation pay in succeeding Recording hours worked in preceding year:

year ($13.30 per hour) Over 414... Between 379.75 and 414

18.3 Between 345.25 and 379.5_

16.6 Between 310.75 and 345

14.9 Between 276.25 and 310.5

13.3 Between 241.75 and 276

11.7 Between 207.25 and 241.5.

10.1 Between 172.75 and 207

8.5 Between 138.25 and 172.5_

6.8 Between 103.75 and 138

5.1 Between 69.25 and 103.5.

3.4 Between 34.75 and 69

1.7 34.5 and under--

0 1 Maximum allowable.

The Producer will accumulate the hours worked subsequent to March 31st, dur. ing the calendar year 1946, to determine the vacation pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

24. Pay-off requirements.-Noncontract musicians will be paid at termination of call or checks will be mailed within twenty-four hours thereafter. All contract and weekly musicians will be paid once a week at the designated place of the employer. Upon written authority to the Studio by the Musician, the Studio will mail weekly pay check to the last given address of the employee.

All contract musicians will receive a weekly pro-rata check of their contract guarantee. Said payments are issued as a drawing account against their guarantee.

25. Sundays and holidays.-Double-time scale shall prevail for work on Sundays and the following legal holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day,

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Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day, applicable against the annual guarantee.

26. Meals.Lunch and dinner periods should be between the hours of twelve and two, and six and eight, respectively. III. Single musician (nonrecording)

27. Daily schedule.Single session (three hours or less).

$19.95 Two sessions (six hours) completed within 12 hours of time called ending not later than Midnight----

33. 25 Engagements of two sessions (completed within 12 hours of time called)

may be divided into two periods at convenience of Studio, with not

less than one hour between sessions. Overtime, not later than Midnight, per 15 minutes or fraction thereof.. 1. 66 Overtime, after Midnight, until 8:00 A. M., per 15 minutes or fraction thereof..--

2. 50 Overtime must immediately follow a regular session. All hours not

continuous will be charged as additional sessions.

28. Weekly schedule.33 hours per week (not more than 6 hours per day)

$137.50 40 hours per week (not more than 7 hours per day)

156. 25 44 hours per week (not more than 8 hours per day)

168. 75 48 hours per week (not more than 8 hours per day)

181. 25 Overtime, not later than Midnight, per 15 minutes or fraction thereof_- 1. 66 Overtime, after Midnight until 8:00 A. M., per 15 minutes or fraction thereof.-

2. 50 Not less than one hour intermission per day shall be taken.

Time computed from time called to time dismissed, daily, exclusive of meal periods.

Schedule under which a single musician is engaged must be designated at beginning of each week, and all hours over schedule shall be paid for as Overtime.

29. Calls.-(a) There shall be no stand-by calls.

(b) All calls for single nonrecording musicians shall be made not later than 6:00 P. M. on the day preceding the call, except in emergency, and except that, at the end of any session, calls for the following day may be given to the musicians; all calls to be registered by telephone or telegram with the Studio Representative. After registration of the call, the Orchestra Manager may proceed to call the individual members required for service. No Orchestra Manager is permitted to call a musician for any services whatsoever unless the call is first registered with the Studio Representative's office. The Studio Representative shall have full power to act in emergencies, subject to review by the International Executive Board.

30. Meals.-Lunch and dinner periods should be between the hours of twelve and two, and six and eight, respectively.

31. Vacations.—Vacations with pay will be allowed to nonrecording musicians employed on a weekly basis according to the following plan:

Days of vacation with pay Days worked in preceding year:

in succeeding year Over 240

112 Between 221 and 240_

11 Between 201 and 220.

10 Between 181 and 200

9 Between 161 and 180.

8 Between 141 and 160.

7 Between 121 and 140_

6 Between 101 and 120.

5 Between 81 and 100

4 Between 61 and 80.

3 Between 41 and 60. Between 21 and 40_

20 and under.. 1 Maximum allowable.

The Producer will accumulate the days worked subsequent to March 31st, during the calendar year 1946, to determine the number of vacation days with pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

The amount of pay allowed per vacation day will be as follows:
One day is equal to the pay of 16 of weekly guarantee.

When a Sunday occurs during the vacation period, such Sunday shall not be considered as a vacation day.

Vacations with pay will be allowed nonrecording musicians employed on a daily basis according to the plan outlined in this section.

The Producer will accumulate the days worked subsequent to March 31st, during the calendar year 1946 to determine the number of vacation days with pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

The amount of pay allowed per vacation day will be as follows: One day is equal to $33.25.

32. Sundays and holidays.-Double time scale shall prevail for work on Sundays and the following legal holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

33. Pay-off requirements.- Nonrecording daily musicians will be paid at the termination of call or checks will be mailed within twenty-four hours thereafter. All weekly musicians shall be paid once a week at the designated place of the employer. Upon written authority to the Studio by the musician, the Studio will mail weekly pay checks to the last given address of the employee. IV. Arrangers, orchestrators, copyists, proofreaders, librarians-General rules

34. Musical orchestrators must be paid at the prevailing motion picture orchestrating rate for all orchestrations when initially used for motion pictures, but with no additional compensation for any subsequent motion picture use. This also applies to orchestrations already in the possession of any orchestra or band leader, which were originally made for other than motion picture purposes. This does not apply to contracts already executed.

35. All Arrangers, Orchestrators, Copyists, Proofreaders, and Librarians shall not accept instrumental engagements during the day or week of such employment.

36. Librarians shall have supervision over all Assistant Librarians, Copyists, and Proofreaders employed on all engagements.

37. When a Copyist is required to perform a Librarian's duties, he shall receive the applicable Librarian's daily pro rata rate as specified.

38. Cutting, pasting or a similar musical service, to be charged for at regular time rates as specified in each classification under which musician is engaged at the time, except, when musician is engaged on work by the page and required to cut, paste, or render similar service, such service to be paid for at the rate of $3.33 per hour in periods of not less than fifteen minutes.

39. Orchestrating is defined as the art of scoring the various voices of an already written composition complete in form. A composition is considered complete in form when it fully represents the melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic structure.

40. Prices quoted in this section refer to Orchestration only and must not be interpreted as to include or apply to creative contribution such as Reharmonization, Paraphrasing, or Development of a composition already complete in form. Prices for Arranging are left to the discretion of the person doing the work, provided, however, that the price charged shall never be less than the minimum for orchestrating

41. In cases where the work is not classified herein, the A. F. of M. representative shall set a price based on prices for similar work.

42. In addition to the above, all the Rules and Regulations of the Constitution and By-Laws of Local 47 and the A. F. of M. now extant are a part of this agreement, copies of which are hereto attached.

43. Orchestrators shall not attend recordings of their orchestrations unless they are raid as per regulations, except when employed steadily at $266.00 or more per week.

44. Work performed in an approved office established for the purnose of preparing music for motion picture studios, and where such preparation is under the direct supervision of a music librarian shall be considered the same as music prepared on the studio premises. No home work for copyists permitted.

45. All work shall be paid for at the engagement price applicable to the classif. cation of the work performed. In cases where one man fulfills duties in two or more classifications during the same call period, the highest scheduled rate shall

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prevail. If copyist works as librarian or assistant librarian, he shall receive the librarian's pay for the full call period.

46. Musicians working for motion picture studios as recording musicians cannot, in the same week, perform any of the duties set forth in Schedule IV.

47. The pay rate for work on Sundays or legal holidays shall be double all prevailing scales and rates herein enumerated. Legal holidays are New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. This pay rate is applicable to weekly guarantee.

48. After working on an overtime rate, eight rest hours shall elapse before resuming single scales. When called back before the expiration of the eight-hour rest period and when intervening time between dismissal and recall is four hours or less, then such intervening time and succeeding consecutive work hours shall be paid at the applicable overtime rate as though there had been no time off. If the intervening time between dismissal and recall is more than four but less than eight hours, the musician shall be paid at the applicable overtime rate for all succeeding work time.

49. Meal periods shall be observed at approximate conventional times. In no case shall any work session exceed six hours without a meal period of at least one-half hour but no more than one hour.

50. Pay-roll checks not called for on the regular pay day shall be mailed to the employee on the following day to his last given address.

51. Vacations with pay will be allowed to orchestrators, arrangers, librarians, and assistant librarians employed on a weekly basis according to the following plan :

Days of vacation with pay Days worked in preceding year:

in succeeding year Over 240_. Between 221 and 240_

11 Between 201 and 220_

10 Between 181 and 200_

9 Between 161 and 180Between 141 and 160 Between 121 and 140Between 101 and 120. Between 81 and 100.

4 Between 61 and 80.

3 Between 41 and 60.

2 Between 21 and 40

20 and under---1 Maximum allowable.

The Producer will accumulate the days worked, subsequent to March 31st, during the calendar year 1946 to determine the number of vacation days with pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

The amount of pay allowed per vacation day will be as follows: One day is equal to the pay of 1/6 of weekly guarantee.

When a Sunday occurs during the vacation period, such Sunday shall not be considered as a vacation day.

52. Vacations with pay will be allowed to orchestrators and arrangers, employed on a per page basis, according to the following plan:

Days of vacation pay in Amount earned in preceding year:

succeeding year Over $9,600.01 Between $8,800.01 and $9,600_

11 Between $8,000.01 and $8,800_

10 Between $7,200.01 and $8,000_

9 Between $6,400.01 and $7,200.

8 Between $5,600.01 and $6,400.

7 Between $4,800.01 and $5,600

6 Between $4,000.01 and $4,800_

5 Between $3,200.01 and $4,000

4 Between $2,400.01 and $3,200_

3 Between $1,600.01 and $2,400

2 Between $800.01 and $1,600.

1 $800.00 and under. 1 Maximum allowable.

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The Producer will accumulate the amount earned subsequent to March 31st, by the orchestrator or arranger, during the calendar year 1946, to determine the vacation days with pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

The amount of pay allowed per vacation day will be as follows:

One day, $40.00. (It is assumed that $40.00 equals one day's work on the per page basis.)

53. Vacations with pay will be allowed to copyists and proofreaders employed on a daily and weekly basis according to the following plan:

Days of vacation with pay Days worked in preceding year:

in succeeding year Over 240_Between 221 and 240_ Between 201 and 220_ Between 181 and 200_

9 Between 161 and 180.

8 Between 141 and 160_

7 Between 121 and 140

6 Between 101 and 120Between 81 and 100.

4 Between 61 and 80. Between 41 and 60. Between 21 and 40_

1 20 and under -1 Maximum allowahle.

The Producer will accumulate the days worked subsequent to March 31st during the calendar year 1946 to determine the number of vacation days with pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

Amount to be allowed per vacation day will be as follows:
Weekly Basis : One day is equal to the pay of 1/6 of the weekly guarantee.
Daily Basis: One day equals $25.00.

(In computing days worked, three-hour calls shall be considered one-half day. Six and eight hour calls shall be considered one full day.)

When a Sunday occurs during the vacation period, such Sunday shall not be considered as a vacation day.

Vacations with pay will be allowed to copyists and proofreaders employed on a per page basis according to the following plan:

Days of vacation pay in Amount earned in preceding year:

succeeding year Over $6,000.01.

112 Between $5,500.01 and $6,000.

11 Between $5,000.01 and $5,500.

10 Between $4,500.01 and $5,000.

9 Between $1,000.01 and $4,500.

8 Between $3,500.01 and $4,000_

7 Between $3,000.01 and $3,500.

6 Between $2,500.01 and $3,000_

5 Between $2.000.01 and $2,500.

4 Between $1,500.01 and $2,000

3 Between $1,000.01 and $1,500_

2 Between $500.01 and $1,000

1 $500.00 and under-

0 1 Maximum allowable.

The Producer will accumulate the days worked, subsequent to March 31st, during the calendar year 1946 to determine the number of vacation days with pay for the calendar year 1947, etc.

Amount to be allowed per vacation day will be as follows:
One day equals $25.00.
54. There shall be no stand-by calls.

55. All calls shall be made not later than 6:00 P. M. on the day preceding the call, except in emergency, and except that, at the end of any session calls for the following day may be given to the musicians; all calls to be registered by tele phone or telegram with the Studio Representative. After the registration of the call, the librarian may proceed to call the individual members required for service. No librarian is permitted to call a musician for any services whatsoever unless the call is first registered with the Studio Representative's office. The

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