Amendment to code of fair competition for the automotive parts and equipment manufacturing industry as approved on March...

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Title:
Amendment to code of fair competition for the automotive parts and equipment manufacturing industry as approved on March 29, 1934
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Automotive parts and equipment manufacturing industry
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 1404-02."
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"Approved Code No. 105--Amendment No. 1."

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SApptroed Code No. 105--Amendment No. 1
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Registry No. 1404--02
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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION




AMENDMENT TO

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION




AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND


EQUI PME NT MANUFACTU RIN G

INDUSTRY


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UNITED STATES
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Approved Code No. 105-Amendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

As Approved on March 29, 1934


ORDER

MODIFICATION OF CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE AUTOMIOTIV'E
PARTS AND EQUIPMENT RASANFACTU~RING INDUSTRY
An application having been duly made in behalf of the Automotive
Parts and Equipment M~anufacturing Industry, pursuant to and in
full compliance with the provisions of Title I of the National Indus-
trial Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, and the provisions of
the Code of Fair Competition for the Automiotive Parts and Equip-
ment Mianufacturing Industry, duly approved on November 8, 1933,
for approval of an amendment to said Code; and the annexed report
on said amendment, containing findings w~ith respect thereto, having
been made and directed to the President:
NOWT, THEREFORE, on behalf of the Presidenit of the ULnited
State, I, Hugh S. Johnson, Administrator for Indus~trial Re-
covery, pursuant to authority vested in me by Executive Ord~ers
of the President_ includringr Executive Order Number 654~3-A, dated
December 30, 19331 and otherwise; do hereby incorporate by refer-
ence said annexed report and do find that said amendment and
the Code as constitutedl after being amended comply in all r~espects
with the pertinent provisions andi will promote t~he policy and pur-
poses of said Title of said Act, and do hereby order that. effectiveo
immediately, the said Code be and it is hereby amended in the
following particulars:
1. In Article III, Section 1, which has heretofore read as follows:
"L No employee engaged in the processing of pr~oductsa of this In-
dustry, and in labor operations directly incident thereto, shall wTork
or be permitted to work in excess of 40 hours per week, averaged~
over each six months' period fromt the effective date, provided, howr-
ever, that such employees may be employedl not more tha~n 6 days
or 48 hours in any one week, and employees engaged in the prepara-
tion, care, and maintenance of plant, machinery, and facilities of
and for production and in plant protection, shall be exempt fromt
the weekly limitations above provided, but the hours of employment
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of anly such e~xempted employees shall not exceed 42 hours per week
av-eragedl onl an annual basis."',
shalnl be mod~cifed to read as follows:
"' NIo emp~loyee~ engaged in the: processing of products of this In-
dunstr~y, and in labor operations directly incident thereto, shall work
or be permiittedl to work in excess of 40 hours per week, averaged
ov~er each period of one year from~ the effective date, provided, how-
e~ver, that such employees mnay be emlployedl not more than 6 days or
48 hoursi inl any) onie week. and employees engaged in the preparation,
car~e and maiintenance of plant, mnachinery, and facilities of anid for
pnoduction anld inl plant protection, shall be exempt. from the weekly
limnitations~ above p~rovidedl, but the hours of employment of any such
sexemptedl emiployees shall not exceed 42 hours per week averaged on
anl nualllil ba.i~s."?
2'. Inl Ar~ticle III, Sec~tion 2, w-hich hans heretofore read as follows:
No o~ffice. salar~iedl, or other employee, not, covered by parlagraph
(1) of thiis Article. receiving less than $35.00 per week, shall work
or be permlittedl to, wnork mor~e th~an 6 days or 48 hours inl any one
w-eek anid niot miore thian anl average of 4'0 hours per week for each
six mlontfhs' pErliod from the effective date.'?,
shall be mnodliiedl to read as follows:
No office, salaried, or other employee, not covered by paragraph
(1) of this Article, receiving less thani $35.00 per week, shall work
or be p~erlitted d to workt mlore than 6 dayrs or 48 hours mn any one
week andi no~t morI)e than an average of 40 hours per week for each
periodl of one ye~ar from the effective date ":
and do further order that thle previous approval of said Code be and
it is hlereby modified to include anl approv~al of said Code in its
entir~ety as~ amended.,
HUGH SF. JoHNSON.
Admn;,istratnor for Indusltrial Recovery.
Approval recommnnendled-:
K. lIl. Slur~soN,
Dcvisrion A dm.i~n.ie~t~ctorat
1VASHZINGTON, D.C'.,
March. 9, 1934.














REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENT,
The~ I'h ite Ho-use.
SIR: The Codle Auithority of the Aultomoltive Par~ts and Eq~uipmlentf
Manufacturing Industry has made application inl behalf of said.
Industry that the Code of Fair C'ompetition fori said Indlustry be
amendedl so as to pe~rmit. thep avenrgingr of houlrs' per' week over a
period of one year from the effective cdate in~itend- of ov\er each six
months' per~iodl fromn the effective date.
The reason for requlestingg this ameltndmnlrl t is that du~e to. thle recent
change in the ('Code for the Auitomobile nlanufacturiing Industryl_
whereby the members o-f that Industry arec allowed to, average h~ours'
over a period of one y~ear, the automoncbile malnulfacturerse are:I able to
work the mlaximumnl hours per weeki dluringr the pea~k prlod.uctfion
period while the autom~otive parts mainurfuitrturer wh~o supply a
large proportion of thne ~a rts for automo~bile~ prod:uc-t io~, ar~e feed~~
at the present timne with the necessity of r~edu~c~ing the houlrsl of eml-
ploymenrlt p~er week( in order to ar~riv~e at. the ave'rage permllittedl under
the Coder for the six months' p~eriodc endling May~ 183, 1934~.
In order to comiply with the provijsions o~f ther Cod~ie as nowF writtenl,
the par~ts ma~nlufac~turers are fac~ed~ with~ the altelrna~tivc o~f working
uip to t~he maxnimnum of 48 hours per week permiiitted byr thne Cod,(e until
approximately April 10, 19341, at which timie they' wourlld ha\e to lay
off their me~n in order to stay within thle averaging prlovisiorn o-f the
Codle or drastically reduce the hours per wek immllediately for the
balance of thle period. In either ense they woull be uinable' to main-
tain the necessary production of par~ts for automlobile produrcti~nn
which. in turn, would make it imiporsible for thc nuternobJilel mnnii-
facturers to mnaintain production sch~edules..
Owing to the close proximity of automotive p~arts planrts and~
automobile plants, the parts mlanufactulrers have b~een fuied~ for sev-
eral weeks with the problems of r~etaining their skilledl workersY whlo,
aware of the ability of the automobile malnulf neturerels to work a
greater number of hours per week during the p~eak p>eriod,. have in
large numbers been leavling the parts plants andt going to work in
automobile plants. I am advisedl that in one cn e this tulrn-over has
been at, times as highz as 100 men per day.
I have been adlvisedl that a survey, which~ is poenticlly comlplt~eted
shows that. there are, at the present time, more emplloyees in theo
Automotive Parts and Equipmlent. Manufacturing Inldustry) than in
the peak period of 1929 and that thie average hour~ly rate is at least
equal to that of 1929.
FIN;DINGS

The Deputy Administrator in his final report to mre having foundl
as herein set forth andi on t~he basis of all the proceedlings in thnis
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I find that:
(a) Compliance with the Code as now written on the part of
the automotive parts manufacturers would result in a drastic cur-
tailmenit of production.
(b) Such curtailment would result in similar curtailment of
production in the automobile Industry.
(c) The Automotive Parts and Equipment Mlanufactuiring Indus-
try has effectuated the purposes of t~he National Industrial Recovery
Act, employment being greater than that of 1929 and average hourly
rates of pay being at least equal to those of 1929.
For these reasons, therefore, I have approved this application.
Respectfully,
Hoon S. JoHNson,
Administ~ratior.
Menon 29, 1934.
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