Amendment to code of fair competition for the motor vehicle retailing trade as approved on April 20, 1934

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the motor vehicle retailing trade as approved on April 20, 1934
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Motor vehicle retailing trade
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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. 1403-32."
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"Approved Code No. 46--Amendment No. 1."

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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION





AMENDMENT TO

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE


MOTOR VEHICLE RETAILING


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For sale by the Buperintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C. . Price 5 cent


Approved Code No. 4l6--Amendment No. I


Registry No. 1403--32


WE DO OUR PART


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UNITED STATES
COVERNMIENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934i


TRADE


AS APPROVED ON APRIL 20, 1934


























This publication is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Offie, W'ashington, DOC., and by district offices of the Bureau of Foreign
and Domestic Comlmercse.
DISTRICT OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMEROE
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Approved Code! No. 46--Amendment No. 1


AIMENDMNENT1 TO CODE OF FAIR COMIPETIT'ION
F`OR THBE

]MOTOR VEH'ICCL;E RETAILING TRADE

As Approved on April 20, 1934


ORDER

MHoolvIC.- rm( N or" CODE OF FAIR COM\PETITION FOR THE I\I(oTOR 'IEHIC~E~
RETAILING TRADE

An application hravilgr been duly mladle in behalf of the Motor
Vehicle Retailing- Trade, pusuBLAnlt to and in full compnlialc~e with the
provisions of Tihtle I of the Natiolnni Industrial Re~ovcry Act, ap-
provedl June 16, 1933, and t.he provisions of the Code of Fair Compe-
tition for the Motor Vehicle Retailing Trade, duly approved on
October 3, 1933, for approval of an am~endmllent: to said Cod(e; anmd
thi2 annlexed repot~i~ on said amlenldment, containing findlings with
respect thereto. hav-ing been made and directed~ to the President:
NOW. THERLEFORE, on behalf of the President of the Unilted
States, I, HIugh S. Johnslon, Adtministrator for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant to authority vested in me by Exclutive~ Orders of the
Pr~esidetn t, including Exccuti ve Ordler ~Number 6543--A, dated Decem-
ber 30, 1933., anld otherwl\\is, do her eby. incorporate by r~ef~lenren said
anniexed report and do find that said am~endmentll and the Code as
constituted after being amended comply in all respects with the
pertinent provisions and will promote the policy and pur~po~es of
said Title of saidT Act, and do hereby order that, effective ten (10)
days~i fr~om the date hereof, unless just cause to the cocntr~ary should
oltlherw\ise be shlown by any inter~~ete party? the saidt Code be andc it
is h~erleby amended in th~e followiing particulars:
1. The following is adldedt to Title A of Article VI:
Provided~t, how\ever, that if any State Adv\icsory\ Commllittee shall
not have been duly constituted. or any Chairmnan of any State Ad-
visory Commnittee shaoll not have been duly se~lecct on April 30, 1934,
or if an~y of the afor~esaid five additional members shall not have
been duly selected on such date, such of the Chairmen of the State
Advisory Commnittees and of the five additional members as have
been duly selected on said date? shall constitute an Acting Emnergenciy
National Commuittee, pending due selection of the remnainingr chair-
men of State Advisory Clommlittees and additional memers. Such
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Acting Emergencyr National Committee shall be empowered to exer-
cise the powers and shall be subject to the duties hierein set forth for
the Emnergency Nat~ionazl Commnittee."'
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Adminis~rlatfor for Irndustr~ial R~cove~~ry.
Approval recommnnelded :
K'. Mf. SIIIso)N,
Division Admlinistrat~or.
IVASHINGTON, D.C.,













REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRES~IDENT,
Th~e White Hlouse.
SIR: This is a report on the application of the NJatio~nal Control
Committee on behalf of the Emlelrgncy N;ational Committee as at
present constituted of the Mlotor Ve5hicle Reta iln Tb )Crade, to amend
the Code of Fair Comnpetition for said Trade, so as to peermit of a,
cha nge in the Code administrative st ructurle, made necessarIy by prac-
tical cons;idlerations;.
The reason for requesting~ this amlelndenlt is that under the Code
as approved the valid election of the State Advisory: Conunittees of
a~ll tates~ is neC(~cessarT before the? Emergency ~National Co~nunittee
whichh is the Nationlal Code Authority) can be legallyr constitutetl.
If for any reasonl the election of a single State Advisory Commrittee
should be invalid, the Emergency NPiational Committee would noct be
p'roper~ly con titultedl.
This ammenuen t will make it possible for the Ch~airmlenl of the
State Advisory~ Comrrmittes which have been duly conslltitutted (to-
gether with the properly elected members at large) to serve as an
actilgr Eme~crg~ency~ National Committee to exercise the powers anld be
subject to the duties of th~e `Emergency National Committee as pro-
vided in the Code. and thereby correct the present situation. in which
no effective CodeS admlinistratioc n is possible until the last SCtate
'Electionl has been dulyr chec~kedl.
Complianee with the Code as now written. would result in the
pos~;tponemercnt until some fulturer und~ete~rmined~ date of the effective
fulnctioningr of the State Adlviso~ry Committee in every\ St~ate and the
establishing~ of thle Emlergenlcy National Commnnittee, which is the
Natio~nal Code AuthorC~litY.
Suchr restrtic~tio ns woulld result in a cultailmlent, of the 7c~tivities
of mnembers of the Trade in elffc~tulating the purlpos~es of the Code,
definitely de~laying pnrogress and creatingr a co~nditio-n of uncertainty
andt confu~io~n in the Trrade.
Th~e Depulty Admlinistr~ator in htis final report to me on said amrendl-
ment to said Code havingr found as herein set forth and on the basis
of all the proceedings in this matter:
I: findl that :
(a) The amendmetnt to said Co~de and th~e Code as amnend~ed are
well designed- to p~ormuste th~e ponlic~ies and purposes of Title I of the
National Ind~ustrial RecoveryT Act including the removal of obstruc-
tions to the free ~flowF of inlters~tate and foreign commerce which tend
to diminish th~e amolulnt t'her~eof. and will provide for the general
w-elfaret by pr~omtc~ing thle o~rganrizatio.n of industry. for the plr~pose
of cooperative action amllong tradte grroups, by inducing aInd main-
taining united action of labor andb managemnent under adequate
gove~rnlmentlt sanction and superv\isicin, by\ chilnunating~ unfair com-
petitivre practices. b pr~omoting the fullest possible utilization of the









present. pr~oductive capacity of industries, by avoidingv undue restric-
ton of produlctionl (except as m1ay b3e temnporarily requiredd, by in-
crea~sing co~nsmtionltcn of indlustrial and agricultural products throug h
inecrasing purchasing~;i l~, p)ower. by? reducring andi relieving unemlploy'-
ment, by impi~iroving standalr~ds of Inbor,! andt byr oth~erwise rehaibili-
int i ng induct ry\.
(b) Ther C'ode asi amendedt comnplies in all respec~ts w-ith ther per-
tinient prov-isions o~f said Title of saidi Act, includling w~ithouit limni-
intioni Subsectionl (a) of Section ;3. Subse~tctin (a) of Section 7 and
Subs~c~tionl (b~) of Sectioni 10 ther~eof.
(c) Thle Ami~li-lendmn and the Codle as ameitnded~ are not designed
to and will not periint monopolies or mlonopohistic practices.
(d) The amniiidmentr andi the Code as amendedl are not dlesignec d
to andl w\ill not eliminate oir op~precss ilmall enterpris-es and will not
op~erate to dlisrcl~riinate against~ thiemi.
S(e) Those engagedl inl other. steps~ of th~e economies process have not
been deprived of thle right to be~ bene~d pr1ior to appriovanl of said

1For these recaso~n t~his :Imendmnent has beeni approved.
Respect f ully?
HeanI S. JOHNSO0N,

A4PRIL 20., 19~31.
Approved C'ole Nol. 46. Amnendment No. 1.
Regist t'r nol. 140~3-32.














































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