Definitions for "No Bill"
Grand jury decision that not enough evidence exists to go to trail in a particular case; there was no probable cause to believe that a crime was committed and a specific person committed it.
Also referred to as "not a true bill," the "no bill" by the grand jury not to indict a person.
This phrase, endorsed by a grand jury on the indictment, is equivalent to "not found" or "not a true bill." It means that, in the opinion of the jury, evidence was insufficient to warrant the return of a formal charge.
Keywords:  enginemen, refuses, worker, join, train
A worker who refuses to join the union, particularly train or enginemen.