It 'NATIONAL RECOVERY ADP)MINPISTRATI[ON
(COD~~E: OF F~AIR COM~lPE~TIT~IO~N
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Registry No. 1023--02
AS APPROVED ON JANUARY 29, 1935
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Approved Code No. 449--Amendment No. 2
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Approved Code No. 4149--Amendment N~o. 2
AMIEND)4E NTH TO' CO)DE OPF FA`IR COMIPETITIOBN
WHOBLESAP~LE MONUM68JIENJTAL GRAetNI~TE TBINDUSTRY
As lApproved on January 29, 1935j
,Arruar((I I~( .so l~L~ Av :Sual:T o CODE OF' lFAIR1 COMPETI`TIION FOR1 I.l E
M'HOLrEsALEF AfuNEM ~ENT'AL GrRANITE INDUSTRY
An applications ha.\ing~ been lully miadle pur.-unutll to and~ in full
compll-liance wtithl the provisions of Title I of the Nationial Indltustrial
Recoverycl Aclt, appro~ved June 16, 1933-, for thie app~roval o~f aln umendr-
mentll to a3 Code of Fair Comlpetition for the~ W`5holesale Mionumlental
Genn~llite! lImn-try,' and thle annexed epor~t on saidi amendments, co(n-
takingil~ findlings wiithz rcsp~eci:tflu-reto, havingSItlr been mae andlc directedl
to the Presidelnt:
NuOW. THER~FORE, on behialf of thle Pre-'ilenlt of the Uinitedl
Staltc.-, the~ Nationall Indu~strial R~ecovery Board~, pursuant to aulqthor-
il y vestedl in it b~y Exectutive Or~ders of thle Presid~ent? including
Escenltive Ordler No. c;lkin,:l1 and otherw.iSe, doeS hereby inlcorporate,
by refelrenlce said uniiisxeil report and dloes find that said amlendi-
nInt.lf and the: C'ode as constitutedl after~ being a mI~ended~~ comply in
all r~esp~c~t- with the pertinent provisions and wvill promo'te3 thle policy
and. pu~rposest of saidl Title of said Act, andt does herebyl~j border that
sair n1Inendmentl'll, he andt it is hereby approved, and~ thlat the previous
approval of said Codle is herebt~ly :Imendllled to include an azpproval of
said Codie in its enltirecty as amended, such appllrova;l and such. amend-
ment to take e~ff~c~t twenty (20) days fromt th~e date her~eof, unlless.-
goodt cause to the contrary is shown to thle Nationall Indusl~ctr~id Ret-
covery Board before tha~t, timne and the sazid Boardl issucs a, subse-
quecnt Ord~er to that effect~
]By W. A. HA~nIIni sm 71,Adrivinistratire:~ Offe'r.
W7. 1P. E~LIS,
W.1sINa-rOS, D. C.,
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REPORT T'O THI-IE PRESIDENTr
The Wh~it~e H~ouse.
SIR: An application has been duly made pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of the National Industrial Recovery
A5ct, for an amendment to the Code of Fair CompetitionI for the
WTholesale Mrlonumentatl Granite Industry.
This is a routine amendmllent in which there is only the remotest
po!-.-sibilityr of any objections being raised. The order approving
this amnendmlent, however, includes a provision that the order shall
nlot become eflFective until twenty (20) days from the date of signing,
unless good cause to the contrary shall be s-hown to the National
Indnl~.-triall Recover-y Boardi and the! Boardl shall issue a .-ubsequent~rll
orller to that effct.
TIlhe D~eputy Admlinist rato-r in his final report to us on. said amend-
ment to said. Codte having found as herein set forth and on thle bas~is
of all thle proceedings in this mnattetr:
W/Te find that:
(a) The amendmelnt to said Code and the Co(de as amended aire
well designed to promote the policies and purposes of Title I of
the National~l Industrial Recovery Act including the removal of
obstructions to the free flow of interstate and forc-ignl commerce
which ttend to diminish the amount thereof, and will provide for
the gepneral welfare byv promoting the organization of industry for
the purposes: of cooperative. notiotn among(15 trade grLoup1s, by including
and maalntai~inine unitedt action of labor andlt mannaemenlll'lt. undert~ ade-
qua~te gov'emenentallf1 sanction and .uprvlc\ision,, by elilnirnating unfair
c'omp'titive practices, by pr]I1Inc:ting~ the fullest possible utilization
of the present productive capacity of indlustr~ies, by avoiding undue
restriction of production (except as may hie temporarily required),,
by ilc~reasing~ the consumption of industrial and. iagriculia1 xod-
ucts through incr;rea~iilng urchasing power, by red~c~ingl and relievingY
uniemplloymrent, by improving standards of labor, and by ot'he~rwse
rehab~l~iilitating indus rltry.T
(b) TPhe Code as :~1:nownded comp~lies in all. respects with the perti-
n-ent provision of said Title of saidi Act, includ2ingr without limitation.
sub-Section (a) of Section 3, sub,-Section (a) of Section 7 and sub-
Sectioni (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) Thei Code empowers the Code A~uthority to lowentrl~ the afore-
said auendlment onl behalf of th~e indus~try\ as a, whole.
(d) 'HlTh amnanwntlll~l and the Codie as amendcr~edl are not designed
to and will not pecrmit monopolies or monopo~listic practices.
(e) The aniendanent..-- and the^ Code^ as- anionaed ar~e not des.ignedll
to and will not elimlinalte or oppress -nalll centerpr'~i r andl will nlot
operate to dliscrimninate against theml.
(f) TChose eng~aged in other steps of the ('l.onnallitr prIce3ss ha~ve
not beenr depr~ivetd of the right to be heard prior to approval of .-idic
F'or these rea~ons, thlerefore~, 11-0 have approvedi this amnendment.llt
For the National Induzstriazl Rnecovery Board:
W. A. HARRIMABN,
JANUARY. 29, 198-1~.AdiitaveOfc.
AMENDMETNT T`O CODE OF FAIR C:OJPETIT1IO'N FORT HE.ftlII
WHOLE(),T1"SALE: TO`NUM- MENTAL G~RANITE INDUSTRY'R
Delete the last two paragraphs of Sectiojn 5, Article VII, dlelingi
with Divisions No. 10 and 11, andt sublstiturte in lieu1 thereof thel~
Div~isionl No. 10.--C~omprising l thc Stabtes of Colorado~l, N MexNRtrico,
Wyomling, Mlon~tatull 1itah, and Idaho.
Division No. 11~.-Compll~~~;~ risn thre State~cs of California, Ar~izon,la
Nevazda, Oregonr, WashingSton, the terr'litory3 of Alaskali and all other
parts of the Unritedc States not specifically included in other Div~isions.
Apl owd~l'c~ Coxie No. 444---Amendment No. 2.
R~egi~stry No. 1023-02.
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