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Approved Code No. 201--Supplement No. 13
NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
(A Division of the Wholesaling or Distributing Trade)
AS APPROVED ON JULY 17. 1934
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Approved Code No. 201--Supplement No. 13
SUPPLEMENTARY CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
ATHLETIC C GOODS DI STRI[BUT~ING TRADE
.As Approved on July 17, 1934
SUPPLEMCENTARY CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THEf ATHLETIC GOODS
A DIVISION OF THE WHOLESALINIG OR DISTRIBUTING TRADE
An application having been duly made pursuant to and in. full
compliance w~ith t~he provisions of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for approval of a Supple-
mental Code of Fair Competition for the Athletic Goods Distribut-
ing Trade to the Code of Fair Competition for the Wholesatling or
Distributing Trade, and hearings having been duly held thereon
and the annexed report on said Supplemlental Code, containing ~find-
ings with respect thereto, having been mlade and directed to the
NOW, THEREFORE, on behalf of the President of the United
States, I, Hugh S. Johnson, Administraztor for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant to authority vested in me by Executive Orders of the
President,.including ~Executive Order P;o. 6543-A, dated December
30, 1933, and otherwise; do hereby incorporate by reference said
annexed report and do fnd that said Supplemaental Code complies
in all respects with the pertinent provisions and will promote the
policy and purposes of said Title of said Act; and do hereby order
that said Supplemental Code of Fair Competition be and it is hereby
approved; provided, however, that the provisions of Sectionls 6 andL
11 of Article IV are approved for a period of ninet (90) days
only, subject to further order at that time as a result ofstudy made
by the Standardization Committee (provided for in Paragraph g,
Section 2, Ar-ticle III) ; provided further, that Section 15 ofi Article
IV be and it is hereby stayed pending further order by the
HUGIH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator for I~ndustrial Recovery.
Approval recommended :
ROBERT L. HousToN
Division Al ministrator.
July 17, 1~93.
REPORT TO THIE PRESIDENT
The W~h~ite House.
SIR: This is a. report of the Hearing on the Supplemental Cod'e of
Fair Comipetition of t~he Athletic Goods Distributingr Trade, con-
ductedl in Room 2062, Detpartmlent of Commnerce Building on Mlay
28, 1934. Thle Suipplemental Code, which is attachedl, was presented
by duly qualifiedl and author~ized repr~esentatives of the Trade, com-
plying with the statutory requirements.
According to the census of W'holesale Distribution for t~he year
1929, there were 283 establishmnents engaged in the distribution of
sporting goods with annual net. sales of $74~,246,889, and employing
4,01 prsos.However, this figure covers all lines of sporting goods
and no furtheler brea7kdown is available which covers only the dis-
tribution of Athletic Goods, as defined in this Supplemental Code.
OTHER PROU7SIONS OF THE CODE
Trhe p-rovisions containing supplemental definitions arie considered
inlclusive~ and accurate.
The Administrative provisions supplementing thle General Code
establish~ a D~ivjiional Code Authority whichl is fairly and adequately
r~eprese;ntative of all the different elements in thie Trade.
The Tradie Practice supplemiental prov-isions are designed to cure
ininumemi~ble evils existing inl the Tradle today, and are not considered
in any way objectionlable.
FIN DI NGS
Thle D~eputy Administraltor in his final report to me on said Sup-
plemecntal ('ode having found as hierecin set fort.h anid on the basis of
all the proceed~ning in this matter:
I find that
(a) Sa~id: Supp~lemental Codle is w~ell designed to promote the
p~olicies and pur~poses of Title I of the National Industrial Recovery
Alct, including remlovall o-f obstructions to the free flow of interstate
andl foreian commerce which tend to diminish th~e amount. thereof,
andl will provide for th~e general welfare by1 promoting the organiza-
tion of industry for the purpose of cooper~ative action amlongg trade.
grou'"Ps, by inducing and maintaniinin united action of labor and
mannag(e mentl under adequate gov-,\ernmuental sanction and supervision,
by elimlinating uinfaliir coipetitive practices_ by promoting the fullest
possible use of the present. productive capacity of industries, by avoid-
ing undule restriction of production (except as may be temporarily
requilred), b increasingr t~he~ consulmpont of indusztrial a~ndJ agricul-
tural products through increasing purchasing power, by reducing
and relievinga unemployment, by improving standards of labor, and
by ot~herwise rehab)lintnatn industry.
(b) Said Trade normally employs not more than 50,000 employees
and it is not classified by me as a major industry.
(c) The Supplemental Code as approved complies in all respects
with the pertinent prov-isions ofa said Title of said Act, including
without limitation Subsection ( ) of rSection 3, Surbsection (a)o
Section 7 and Subsect~ion (b) of Section 10 thereof; and that the
applicant association is a trade association truly representative of
the aforesaidl Trade; and that said association. imposes no inequitable
restrictions on admission to membership therein.
(d) The Supplemental Code~ is not designed to and wNill not permit
monopolies or monopolistic practices.
(e) The Supplemental Code is not designed to and will not
eliminate or oppress small enterprises and will not operate to dis-
crimiinate against them.
(f) Those engaged in other steps of the economic process have not
been deprived of the right to be heard prior to the approval of thi
For these reasons, the Supplemental Code has been approved.
YrIUGK S. JOHI-NSON,
JULY 17, 1934.
SUIPPLEMElNTARY CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR
THE ATHLETIC GOODS DISTRIBUTING TRADE
A1 DIVISION OF THE WHOLESAIJNGD OR DISITRIBUTING TRADE
ARTICLE I --UPIOSES
To effectuate the policies of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery Act, this Supplemental Code is established as a Code of Fair
Competition for the Athletic Goods Distributing Trade pursuant
to Article VI, Section 1 (c) of the General Code of Fair Competition
for the Wholesaling or Distributing Trade, approved by the Presi-
dent of the United States on Januaryr 12, 1934. All provisions of
the said General Code which are not in conflict with the provisions of
the Supplemnental Code are hereby specifically incorporated by refer-
ence in this Supplemental Code and made part hereof. Such pro-
visions of the G~eneral Code together with the provisions of this
Supp'lemnentl Code are the standards of fair competition for and
are binding upon every member of said Athletic Goods Distributingi
A-RTCLE Z-- FSINITIONlrS
SiUPPLEMIENTINC ARTICLE II OF THIE GENERAL CODE
SECTION 1_. Who78lersb~ or Di~stribut~or.)-For the purpose of this
Supplemental Corde the term Wholsleslr or Distributor ", as
used herein, is defined to mean any individual, partnership, associ-
ation, corporation, or other formn of enterprise, or a definitely or-
ganized division thereof definitely organized to render, and render-
ing a general distribution service, which buys andl maintains at his
or its place of business a stockr of athletic goods; and which through
salesmen, advert~iing, and/,or sales promotion devices, sells to re-
tailers anid/or to schools, colleges, clubs, teams, institutional, com-
Inercial, andl/or industrial users.
SECTION 2. The tennm "' member of t~he Tradle ", as usedl herein, shall
mean andl include any wholesaler or distr~ibutorr of athletic goods.
SECTIO N 3. Mei 'rchandise.--The term 'A th letic Groodls ", as used
herein, includes all t~he balls, implements, andl equipment used in any
or all of the athletic games or sports enumerated below:
(0) ol f.
()Tennis, court tennis, table andl paddcle tenniis, badminton,
racquets, squash racquets, squash tennis, handtball.
(c) Foo~tball, bask~et ball, soccer, rugby football, volley ball, water
polo, and all other games generally known as athletic games or
(d) Baseball, including all variations thereof, played with a hard
or soft ball and bat.
(e) La Crosse.
(f) Polo and hock-ey, including all vanriations thereof.
(g) W'inter-sports equipment and all va~riations thereof, including
skis, snowshoes, and all other variations thereof.
( h) Track and field A-thletics.b
(i) Boxingr and wrestling.
The term Athletic Goods also includes gymnasium and play-
ground eqluipment,? uniforms and other similar athletic wear manu-
factured especially for athletic purposes, and felt and/or chenille
emblems, letters and pennants, and megaphonec3s, and similar prod-
ducts when sold in connection with the mnerchandise enumerated
above in this Section.
SECTION 4. The terml Divisional Code Auxthority "' as used herein
shall mean the Divisional C'ode Authority for the Atthletic Goods
Distributing Trade, a division of the W~holesaling or Distributing
SECTION 5. The terml General Code as used herein shall mean
the Code of Fair Comlpetition for the Wholesaling or Distiributing
SECTION 0). Tile term ''conSignm~ellt ", as used herein is defined to
mean the delivery by a distributor to any person, agent, purchaser,
or otherwise under any agreement or understanding, expressed or
implied pursuant to which t.he seller retains any lien upon or title
to or interest inl the goods until sold by the consignee.
ARTICLE III -ADMINISTRATION
SUPPLEMIENTING ARTICLE VI: OF THE GENERAL CODE
SECTION i. DirisiOlNU COde Aucthority.-(a) Thlere shall be
created a D~ivisional Codle Aut~hority to cooperate with the Admin-
istraztor in thle admllinistrantion of the provisions of this Supple-
(b) Such Divisional Code AulthorityT shall be composedl of seven
('7) members, five (5) of wh~tom shall be mIem~bers of the National
Sporting Goods Distribultors Association and selected by the Btoard
of Directors thereof, and two (2) members who shall be selected by
a plan to be approved by the AIdminist~rator to represent those en-
gaged in the Athletic Groods Distributing Trade w~ho are not mem-
bers of the National Sportinga Goods Distributors Association.
(c) The terms of office of members of the Divisional Code
Authority and the method of electing their successors, whether for
full new terms or for unexpstired terms, shall be established in 'the
by-laws of the Divisionial Cod~e Authority, subject to the approval
of the Admiinistra tor.
SECTION 2. P0LO)'J8 and Dutifes.--The Divisional Code Authority
shall h~ave the following powers in addition to those provided in the
General Codte, subject to the rules and regulations issued by the
(a) To select officers and agents and to assign to them such duties
as it may consider advisable.
(b) To adopt By-Lawfs and rules and regulations for its procedure..
(c) To utilize such trade associations and .other agencies as it
deems necessary and proper to assist it in carrying out any of its
activities, provided, however, that nothing contained heremn shall
in any woay relieve the Divisional Code Authority of any of its re-
sponsibilities under this Supplemiental Code, and that such trade
associations and agencies shall at all times be subject to, and comply
w~ith the provisions hereof.
(d) It shall be the duty of the Divisional Code Aut~hority to ap-
point a Trade Practice Committee which shall meet with the Trade
Practice Committees appointed under such other Codes as may be
related to the Trade for the purpose of formulating Fair Trade
Practices to govern the relationships between production and distri-
bution employers under this Supplemental C~ode and under such
others to the end that such Fair Trade Practices may be proposed to
the Administrator as amendments to this Supplemental Code and
such other Codes.
(e) To obtain from members of the Trade such information and
reports as are required for the. administration of the Supplemental
Code. No such individual report shall be disclosed to any other
member of the Trade, including members of the Divisional Code
Authority, or another party except to such other governmental
agencies as may be directed by the Administrator. No such data
or information shall be published, except in combination with similar
data, and in such manner as to avoid the disclosure of confidential
information. In addition to information required to be submitted
to th~e General Code Authorityy and to the Divisional Code Authority,
members of the Trade subject to thiis Supplemental Code shall fur-
nish such~ statistical information as the Adiministrator may deem
necessary for the purposes recited in Section 3 (a) of the Act, to
such federal and state agencies as he may designate; provided that
nothing in this Supplemental Codie shall relieve any member of the
Trade of any existing obligations to furnish reports to any govern-
(f') To recommrlend to the Administrator any action or measures
deemed advisable,, including further fair trade practice provisions
to govern members of thle Trade in their relations with each other
or writh~ other tradecs, measures for indlustrial planning, and stabiliza-
tion of emplloymlen~t;; and includling modifications of this Supple-
mlental Ciode w-hich shall become effective ass par~t hereof upon ap-
proval by the Admlinistrator after such notice and hearing as he
(g) In order to assist in making effective the reports from the
Trade in eliminating unfair competition, the Divisional Code Au-
t~hority within one month after the effective date of the Supple-
mental Code shall appoint a Comnmittee so constituted as to give
pr~oducer, consumer and governmiental representation, to make a
study within a view to the. establishment of classification of standard
of quality~ of products of t.he Trade, wherever suchl standards are
deemed feasible; the findings and recommendations of this Com-
mittee shall within one year be submitted to the Administrator and
after such hearings and investigations as he may designate and upon
approval by him, shall be made a part of this Supplemental Code
and be binding upon every member.
(h) 1. It being found necessary in order to support the adminis-
tration of this Supplentent.al Code and to maint.ain the standards
of fair competition established hereunder and to effectuate the policy
of the Act, the Divisional Code Authority is authorized:
a. To incur such reasonable obligations as are necessary and
proper for the foregoing pulrposes, andl to meet. such oblignt~ions
out of funds which may be raised as hereinafter providred- and
which shall be held in trust for the purposes of the Supple-
menta~l Code ;
b. To submit to the Administrator for his ap~provanl, subject
to such notice and opportunity to be heard as he may deem
necessary (1) an itemlzed- budget of its esitimated expenses, and
(2) an equitable basis upon which the funds necessary: to sup-
port such budget shall be contributed byr mlllember of the Trad'e;
c. After such budget and basis of contribution have Ibeen
approved by t~he administrator, to dletermnine and obtain eqlui-
tabtle contribution as above set forth by all members of the
Trade, and t.o that end, if n~ce~ssryg, to institute. legal proceed-
ings therefore in its own name.
2. Each member of the Trade shall pay hlis or its eq~uital-ble contri-
bution to the expenses of the mnaintenanlce of the D~ivisional Code
Authority, det~ermlined as hereinabove pr~ovidedl, and subject to rules
and regulations pertaining thereto issued by the Adtministrator.
Only members of the Trade complying with~ the Sup~plemental Code
and the General Code and contributing to the expenses of their
administration as hereinabove, provided, shall be entitled to par-
ticipate in the selection of members of the Divisional Code Authority
or to receive the benefits of any of its voluntary activities or to
make use of any emblem or illsignia of the National Reco~very
3. The Div-isional Code Authority shall neither incur nor pay any
obligation in excess of the amount thereof as estimatedl in. its ap-
proved budget, except upon approval of t~he Administrator; and no
subsequent budget shall contain any deficiency item for expenditurre
in excess of prior budget estimates except those which the Adminis-
trator shall have so a~pp'roed.
SECTIO)N 3. Liability of the Divtisionlrlr C'ode Aucthority.--Nothi ng
contained in this Supplemental Codle or in any other Code shall
constitute the members of the Divisional Codl A~-uthlority partners
for any purpose; nor shall any mlember of thie Divisional Code
Authority be liable in any maznner to anyone for anyS act of any~
other member, officers, agent., or employee of the Divrisionn od
Authority! nor shall any member of the Divisional Code Authority,
exercising reasonable diligence inl the conduct of h~is duties hereundler,
be liable: to anyone for any action or omission of an act under thiis
Supplementall Code, except for his ow~n misfeasn~anc-e or nonfeansance.e
the Administrator shall determine thrat. any: action of the Divisional
Codte Authority or any agency thereof may be unfair or unjust or
contrary to the public' interest, the Admninistrator ma~y require that
such act.ion be suspendled to affordl an opportunity for invest~igation
of th~e merits of such action and further considerations~ by such Divi-
sional Code Authority or agency pending final action which shall
not be effective unless the Administrator approves or unless he shall
fail t~o disapp~rove after thirty dlays' notice to him of intention to
proceed with such action in its original or modified form.
SECTION 5. In order that the Divisional Code Authority shall at
aUl times be truly representative of the Trade, and in other respects
comply with the provisions of thle Act, the Administrator may pre-
scribe such hearings as he may deem proper; and thereafter if hie
shall find that the Divisional Code Authority is not truly represent-
at.ive or does not in other respects comply withl the provisions of the
Act, may require an appropriate modification of the Divisional Codie
A~RTICLE IV-TINDE PRACTICES
SUPPLEMEENTING ARTICLE VII OF THE GENERAL CODE
SECTION 1. No member of the Trade shall pay any money or make
any gifts to athletic organizations, leagues, associations, athletes,
winners of athletic competitions, or persons prominent in any of the
various lines of sport to induce suchl athlletic organizations, leagues,
associations, athletes, winners of athletic competitions, or prominent
persons to use, recommend or adlopt as "i official the athletic goods
or equipment of such members of the Trade and then advertise that
such athletic organization, leagues, association, athletes, winners,
or plerson1s, use, recommend, or have adopted as "' offcial "! such ath-
letic goods or equipment without, disclosing that such organizations,
leagues, associations, athletes, winners, or persons wrere the recipients
olf money or gifts fromn such member of the Trade.
SECTION 2. No member of thle Trade shall lease, sell, or contract
to sell, athletic goodsy or equipment, whether patentedl or unpatented,
for use, consumption, or resale within the UCnited States or fix a price
chargred- ther~efor, or discount from, or rebate upon such price, on the
conditiion1, areem~ent, or undlerstanding thait the lessee or purchaser
thereof shall not use or deal in the athletic goods or equipment of a
comlpet~itor or competitors of the lessor or seller, where t.he effect of
such lease, sale, or contract for sa.le, or such condition, agreement, or
understanding may be to substantially lessen competition or tend to
create a monopoly in any line of commerce.
SECTION 3. NTo member of the Trade shall either directly or indi-
rectly discr~iminate in price between different purchasers of com-
:modities, where the effect of such discrimiination many be to substan-
tially lessen competition or tend to create 8. monopoly in any line of
commerce; prov-ided, that nothing herein containedl shall prevent
discrimination in price betweenl purchasers of tlhe same class on
account of differences in thle grade, quality, or quantity of the com-
moit old, or tha3t makes only due allow-ances for differences in the
cost of'; selling or transportation, or discrimination in price in the
samne or different communities made in good faith to meet comnpeti-
tion; and providedl further, that nothing herein contained shall pre-
vent persons engaged in selling~ the products of this Trade in com-
merce from selecting their own customers in bona fide transactions
and not in restraint of trade.
SECTION -1 NTo member of the Trade shall use on, or in any way
in connection with t~he sale of, any of its athletic goods or equipment,
the name, nickname, or initials of any athlete or person prominent
in any line of sport when a comp~et~itor has previously acquired from
the said athlete or person, and with his approval, thie exclusive right
and good-will in and to said name, nicknname, or initials for t~he ulse
on the same line of goods, and where the etfect of the use bythe said
member of the Trade of the said name, nickname, or Initials is to
deceive or tend to deceive the purchasing public as to the source or
make of the said line of goods, andl where the tendency is to in-
Juriously affect the business of the competitor; provided, that noth-
mng contained herein shall be construed to deprive any person of any
right which may '~be enjoyed under any exiistingnlcos~ law.o
SECTION5.N member of the Trade shllmiioly ndr
knowingly induce or attempt to induce the breach of existing con-
tracts between competitors andl any athlete or person prominent ini
any line of sport relating to the use of said athlete's or person's name,
nicknatme, or initials, or maliciously and,'or knowingly interfer~e with
or obstruct the performance of any such contractual duties or
SECTION 6. NO Rlem~ber of thle Trade shall stamp the namie "'off-
cile al~d "o~nlpslay'ground balls, footbazlls, soccer balls, basket balls or
volly blls(of either inseaml or outseam styles) which ar~e not top
grade, conventional type, or on special playgrround balls, special
footballsl special soccer balls, special ba~sket, balls or special volley
balls which are inferior in quality, inferior in worktmanship or mn-
ferior in any other respect to t.hle top gradae, conventional type, of
ball of such lfemnber of the Tradle.'
SECrTION Ci. No member of the Trade shall offer for sale; as sec-
onds ", as "L defective ", or as '' of inferior quality any mnerchan-
dise, which is in fact not defective or inferior m some material
SECTION s. .NO member of the Trade shall sell baseballs, play-
ground balls, footballs, soccer balls, basket balls, volley balls, and
golf balls, unless the said balls are brandedl with a name or other
markz of identification.
SECTION 9. No members of the Tradce shall guarantee any athletic
goods except as t~o their freedlom fromt defects affecctingr the quality,
quantityr, grade, or construction thereof, or replace fo~cr any other
cause, any such product which has been used.
SECTION 10. PYo member of t-he Trade shall give trophies or other
things of value for the adoption or use, of any! merchandise by anyT
team, club, association, league, or educational institution, excepting
only professionally baseball leagrues operating in orga~nizedl baseball.
No member of the Tr~ade sh1all mak-e any donation of balls or money
to professional baseball leagues in excess of a schedule of donations
when such schedules shall be announced by thle D~ivisional Code
AuthorityF and approved by the Administrator.
SECTION 11. No mlember of the Trade shall stamp th~e names "' Of-
ficial ", Official League ", "~ National League ", or "A~merienn
League ", on other t han thle mlanu facturrer'!s fi nest quality ba seballs,
made of the best. qua~lityl. wrool yarn containing at least 95$.;; wpooll
2 See paragraph 2 of ordetr approving thiis Code.
SECTION 12. No member of the Trade shall sell merchandise on
more favorable terms of credit than the following:
(a) On current orders, 30 days net, 2ro ten days or 2% 10th
(b) On advance spring orders shipped November 1st and spring
samples whenever shipped, M~arch 31st, dating, 2% if paid April
(c) On advance fall orders shipped after June 1st, and fall samples
whenever shipped. September 30th dating, 2%0 if paid October 10th.
(d) On foreign or export business, credit terms are subject to the
discretion of the seller.
(e) The rate of discount allowed on prepayment of invoices, not
to exceed 6%i per annum.
(f) Past due accounts shall be subject to the legal rate of interest
provided for by thie lawrs of the state governing the operation of the
contract of sale.
SECTION 13. The consignment method of sale is prohibited, except
where the Divisional Code Authority may allow under circumstances
SECIO 14. dei E xc~~~leeppeprt as mlay be due to differences init cost, no mem-
ber of the Trade shall quote and/or sell at lower prices on direct
factory shipments, than on the same type, quality, quantity, and size
of products for delivery from his stock.
SECTION 15. No member of the Trade shall quote and/'or sell at
lower prices to federal, state, county, or municipal authorities or
political subdivisions thereof, than those which are offered under
substantially like conditions, on the same type, quantity, quality and
grade of merchandise to schools and colleges.'
SECTION 16. NO member of the Trade sall quote and/or sell at a
combination price, twfo or more different items of merchandise with-
out showringa the unit. prices thereof.
SECTION 17. No member of the Trade shall advertise in school
pu"blications, score boards, season schedules, and other mediums of
similar character, except such mediums as hold a second-class mail
permit or have the approval of the D~ivisional Code Authority, sub-
Ject to appeal to the Administrator.
~SECTION 18. No member of the Trade shall increase the value of
any merchandise sold by additional work thereon or by applying
additional material thereto without makringa a reasonable addi-
tional charge for such additional work and/or additional material.
SECTION 19. No member of the Trade shall furnish articles of
merchandise to schools, dealers, clubs, for the purpose of samples
without invoicing such merchandise to the prospective customer at
his quoted prices and terms, subject to return within thirty (30)
dayvs for credit. In case where sizes are required as samples no more
than one of the same article may be shipped.
This Supplemental Code and all the provisions thereof are ex-
pressly made subject to the right of the President in accordance with
a See paragraph 2 of order approving this Code.
fthe provisions of Sub-section (b) of Section 10 of the Act, from
time to time to cancel or modlifyl any border, approval, license, rule
or regulation issued under Title I of the said Act.
AlRTIC:LE VI--EFFECT.\IVE ATE
This Sup~plemental Code shall become effective onl th 10th day
after its approval by the Administrator.
Approved Code No. 201--Supplement. No. 13.
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