NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
COTTON TEXTILE INDUSTRY
AS APPROVED ON FEBRUARY 21, 1934
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Approved Code No. 1-Amendment No. 4
AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
COTTON TEXTILE INDUSTRY
As Approved on February 21, 1934
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE COTTON TEXTILE INDUSTRY
AMENDMENT OF TRADE PRACTICES GOVERNING THE MERCHANDISING OF
CARDED COTTON YARN, APPROVED DECEMBER 18, 1933
The Cotton Textile Industry Conniittee, in accordance with Sec-
tion 6 of the Code of Fair Competition for the Cotton Textile
Industry, has submitted for my approval the following reI'oiiIIi'nda-
tions amending the Trade Practices Governing the Merclhandimiing
of Carded Cotton Yarn, approved December 18, 1933:
"The Trade Practices Governing the Merchiandi.ing of Carded
Cotton Yarn, approved December 18, 1933. and effective Jan uary 1,
1934. shall be amended, effective as of the date of this approval,
"(1) At the end of Article 1, thereof, there shall be added sub-
divisions '(f)', '(g)', and '(h)' reading as follows :
"' (f) Export Sales are sales of carded yarn destineil for ship-
ment as carded yarn to any foreign country includingg the Philip-
pine Islands, the Virgin Islands, American Samwa and the Iland
"'(g) "Exporter" is a spinning mill, selling agent, purchaser or
any other person engaged in the business of ailingg carded yarns to
purchasers located in foreign countries.
"'(h) "Registered Exporter" is an exporter of carded yarn who
shall be registered as such with The Cotton Textile Institute, Inc.,
320 Broadway, New York City. The In-titute shall from time to
time cause to be filed with the Cotton Textile Industry Committee
lists of such registered exporters.'
"(2) There shall be added as the third sentence in Article 2,
thereof, the following:
"' Spinning mills and selling agents shall separately report to the
Institute all export sales giving, as to each export sale, the name of
"(3) The last sentence of Article 7, reading: 'The foregoing
stipulations in this clause apply only to donmetic sales.' shall be
"(4) There shall be added a new Article 11, reading as follows:
"'11. The foregoing provisions, with the exception of Articles 1
and 2 hereof, shall not apply to export sales to, by, or for the
account of a registered exporter. Each spinning mill or selling
agent reporting an export sale to the Cotton-Textile Institute, as
above provided, shall obtain from the exporter and keep on file
documentary proof, (similar to that required to be filed with the
Collector of Internal Revenue in support of a claim for drawback
on exportation), that the carded yarn which was the subject of such
export sale shall have been, in fact. exported to a foreign country.
In the event of the failure of any registered exporter to submit,
within a reasonable time, such documentary proof to the spinning
mill or selling agent, reporting such export sale, the name of such
exporter, after due notice and opportunity to be heard by the Carded
Yarn Sub-Committee shall have been given to such exporter, may,
on recommendation (if said Subcommittee, be withdrawn from
the list of registered exporters, by the Industry Committee. Such
withdrawal of registration shall be subject to review by the
Pursuant to the authority vested in me under the National Indus-
trial Recovery Act by said Section 6 of said Code, I hereby approve
said recommendations and order that they become effective as part. of
the Code, provided however that this order shall become effective
ten (10) days after the date hereof unless cause to the contrary shall
have been shown prior to such time.
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Adiiin 'istrator for Industrial Recovery.
A. D. WHITESIDE,
Division Adm ;istrator.
FEBRUARY 21, 1934.
Approved Code No. 1-Amendment No. 4.
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