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Approved Code N'o. 525--Amendmen No. 1
Registlry No. 1625i-61
NliATIONAI~L RECOVERY AD1111NISTRATION1~
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
RETAIL TRADE IN
THE TERRITORY OF HA'WA~I
AS APPROVED ON APRIL 23, 1935
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Approved Code Nro. 525-A amendment Nio. 1
AlllENDATENT TIO CODE OFi FAIR COMPETITION
RETAIL TRA~DIE IN~ THIE TERRITORY OF` H~AWA~tII
As Appr~oved on April 23, 1933
Avenu:,\I s so AMENDMENT OIF (7ODE OF FA4IR C*OMPETITION) FOR~l 1ITHE
RETAIL TRADE IN TH'fE Tpl)I-univour or~ HAwan~T
An apprlie~ntionr havingr been duly ma~de pursiuant to, andt inl full
compllllianlce wTith, the prlov.lisionIS of Title I: of the Natio~nal Indusi-
tr~ial Re'coveryI\' Act, approved Jutne 16, 10133~, for approval of an~
timieideniit to the Code of fair Completitionn for the Retail Trade inr
th~e Territory of HawNaii, and due Notice of Oppor'tunityS to be Hea~rdl
thereon havingS been given, andl the Depulty Adm11 Iic ln ftrato for HI~~awii
having maldel and submnitted to the Na':tio~nal Indut~lrtial Rcove,\ry
Board his report on salid amnendmlent, conltariningl his findingsI- withl re(-
.spec~t therel~to, and the annexed report of thte NIationa;l Industrfliall
XRc~overy- d Boardl on said anwndmn tll-IC Cconltalining finding~ withjl rcspcct
thereto, having been made and dlireccted~ to the Presalrl ent:
NTOW, T~HEREFORE, on behal~lf of the Prestidenlt of the UInit~ed-
States, the Nattional Industrial R~ecovecry Board, pursuant to author-
it~y rested in it by Executivce Ordler's of the Presidenrt, inrclud~ing
Execu~tivec Order N~o. 6850, Execuztive Order No. 6:0~3-A\ and othrer-
wrise; does hlereby3 .inela prate1'7 by reference said report of thle
Deputy Admllin ist ralto for Hawfaii and the annexedl re~or~t of thle
Sntional Industrial Re~coverly Board~, an~d dloes hereby exp~ressl~y conl-
cur in and adoplt the findlin~s of fact made~l ther~ein. andt dloes tind~ that
the said am~llllendmen andc~ the Codle as consrltitulted~ after he~ing~ amendedt
~ompllly in all r~esp'c'ts w9citht the per'lt i lnet pr1ovisions and. w\ill p~romo~ct e
the policy aInd purposes of Title I of thej National Ind~ustr~ial tRec~ov-
er~y Act; andc doecs hereby order~l that said muelndowntlll to thei Code1( of
Fair Complletitionl for the Retail Tradle in the Territory of Hair\\;ii
be, and it Is hereby,3 a~pproved' andl thant the p~rceviouls approval of saidotc i s
Codeis erch moifie toincludel an approval of .sa Cd i t
enltirctyy as~ amendedl~ This Or~der does 10 niot m ify thec Cowlllitionll3
contained in the Order~l of Approva'l of said Cod~e.
NC~rrTont, INDU)1STRIA~L RI .( 01 H I: 0 IJllim.
By W1. At). HannRSilSrA Adirlrr ~f~nkPillr? Offi,*PF,
Hu[ntl C. C.inu,.
W.<\~rlsm xrro D. C.,
Aprl"il :! J, 1936l.
1 31 778 "--17 -10- 00---356 (1')
]REPORT' TO THE-E PRESIDENT
The Wlhi'te Hlouse.
SIn: T'his is a report on an amenldmenlt to Section 3 of Article VI
of the Code of Fair Competition for the Retail Tratde in the IlTerri-
tory of HI-awaii, approved Code No. 525i, as proposed by the T'erri-
torial Retail Code Authority duly establishedt under the provisions of
said Code. Notice of opportunity to file objections was published by
the Deputy Administrator for the TIlerritory of Hawaii on Novemlber
26i, 1934. The D~eputy Administrator states that copies of such notice
were posted on the official bulletin board, published in all local
newspapers, and mailed to every retailer of record in the Territory.
T'he time for filing objections under the provisions of such notice
expired on December 7, 1934. Two objections were submlitted which
have received the consideration by the Deputy Administrator for the
Territory of Hawaii and by the National Industrial Recovery Board.
Notice of opportunity to file objections on the mainland was pub-
lishedl b~y the National Industrial Recovery Board on December 3,
1934. The time for filing mainland objections expired on December
1;5, 1934, with none being filed.
The amendment provides for a rate of not less than 305 per hour
for all part-timne work wYithin cities of 25i000 population and over, and
not less than 250 per hour within cities, towns and villages of less than
25000_population, and for clarification of the present provisions relat-
ing to exceptions in thle case of students. The pretsenlt part-time wage
scale is based on the division of the basic work week into the basic
weekly wage. ~As the Code permits a choice of a 40, 44, or 48 hour
basic work week with a minimum wage of $11.00, $11.50 and $12.00
respectively, the result is that a part-time worker for a Group III
store receives less for the same number of hours as a part-time worker
in a Group I store. The proposed amendment is designed to increase
wages and to favor full-timle employment.
The second part of thle proposed amendment is designed to clarify
the intent of the Trade at the time the Code was adopted.
The Deputy A~dministrator for ]Hawaii in a letter addressed to the
National Industrial Recovery Board has made a detailed report on
the expected effect of the amendment. He has made lengthy and de-
tailed findings of fact in regard to the Retail Trade in the TIerritory
of Hawpaii. The said report of the Deputy Administrator for HawFani
is subm~nit ted~ hetrew~i th and is incorporn ted~ by reference into this report,
alnd the National Industrial Rcover\c~y B~oard. does thereby exprsllcsly
conlcur in and adopt the findings of fact conltainedr in said. report.
For these reasons, this amncrnendment and thet Code as amendiedl h~s:
Flior thle No tionlal Indlustr'ial Recovery Board :
Arms23, oa.Adm~inistrative Of)Ecer.
AMN DMENT~ll) TIO CODEI OF; AIR~J C:OM1\PETIT11'] O N F1ORZ
THE11 RETIiZ L TA E IN H ERTR OFi
Amend11~ Artic~le VI b~y deleting S;cltionl 13 andl subs~titulting~ in lienl
therecof thec follow-ing:
Parllt-t~ime emnployeecs sha~ll be, paid not less thaln atl the r~ate of
thlir~ty cents (300)() per~ hour withlin cities of twenty-fiv-e thlousandl
(25T,000() poplulationl and over~, nor less than at the ra;te of tavenlt3five
cents (25#") p~er hlourl within ctities, towns and villages of less thanl
twentyl--fivec thlousa~nd (25,0)00) population. However, the Countylf~
C:ode Aulthlority plcroided f~or in Article X, withl the approval of thle
NationllR Indulrstr~ial Recovcr~y BSoardl, many makie exceptions in the
case of stude'lntsi who ar1e engnaged inl the tradle ats an incident to aL
course in YOCation:ni tralnning in a re~lcognJllit ed institu~tioni of learnln~g.
Approved~c~t C~ode No. r,23 i-Amleltndment No. 1.
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