General Rules Applicable to Arrangers. Orchestrators and Copyists. (1) The arranger or orchestrator shall deliver to the copyist a full score. A full score is a visual representation of parts to be performed by instruments and/ or voice of a musical ensemble systematically placed on a series of staves, one above the other, and in which no other than two (2) instruments are combined on a single staff. Abbreviations by come and/or col indications within the same score 'may be used. Arrangements, orchestrations and parts previously made for a use other than in educational programs shall be paid for hereunder when first used in an educational program. Arrangements, orchestrations and parts made initially for an educational program shall not be used in any other field either by the Authority or with its authorization unless the rate applicable to such other purposes is paid. Arrangers, orchestrators and copyists shall stamp the first and last pages of all arrangements and scores and the first page of all parts with their official union stamp. Card number, local and year must be written on master copy. Minimum pay for any job assignment shall be no less than the equivalent of a four (4)hour call at the applicable hourly rate. Orchestrators and copyists shall receive the following premium rates: For work from to a.m., the listed rate plus one-half. For work performed on the same job at any time following a call back less than eight (8) hours after prior dismissal during premium pay hours, the listed rate plus one-half. For work in excess of eight (8) hours in one day, the listed rate plus one-half. For work in the on Sundays and on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Lincoln's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Memorial day, Independence Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day and Christmas Day, double the listed rate. For work in Canada on Sundays and on- the following holidays: New Year's Day, Canada Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day and Christmas Day, double the listed rate. If the Authority requests an orchestrator or copyist to work in a city other than the one in which he is customarily engaged, such work shall be paid for at the listed rate pus per cent (25%). In case of an orchestrator or copyist, the Authority shall guarantee the following per day: Orchestrator (minimum) Personal expenses Copyist (minimum) Personal expenses Round-trip first class transportation, with sleeper for overnight travel, shall be furnished by the Authority. Airplane coach is considered first-class transportation.