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Amendment to code of fair competition for the unit heater and/or unit ventilator manufacturing industry as approved on September 22, 1934
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Unit heater and/or unit ventilator manufacturing industry
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Air heaters -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 1304-04."
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"Approved Code No. 272--Amendment No. 1."

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For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Wasshingt(on, D.C.-- ----


NATIONAL RECOVERY~ ADMINISTRATION




AMICEND[M[ENTI TO
CODE OF FAIR. COMPETITION



UNIT HEATER AND/ OR

UNIT VENTILATORE MANUFACTURING

INDUSTRY


I'


Approved Code No. 272--Amendment No. 1


Registry No. 1304--04


AS APPROVED ON SEPTEMBER 22, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


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Approved Code No. 27--mendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FA'~IR COMPETITION
FOR THE

UNJIIT THEATER ~AND/OR UNIT VENITILATFOR
MIANIUFACTURJ~'INGV INDUl~IS'L]RTRY

As Approved on Septem~ber 22, 1934


ORDER

A-Preov.IK( AlblENDMLENT O1F GODE OF FAIR COllPETITION FORE THE IINIT
THEATER AND/OR I3NEIT TTENT'ILATOR Af.1NUJFACT?~ IICHI INDUSTRY

An7 application having been duly made pursua:nlt, to and inl full
comlpliance with the p~r~oviions~ of Title I of the National Indu trial
RecoveryS ~Act., ap~proved June 16, 1933, for approval of an amendi-
mentt to a Code of Fair Comnpetitio~n for the Unit Hetater and/or
Unit. Ventilator Manulrfacturingl~ Indlustryr, and olpp~ortunity to be
hleardl having been afforded all nIemberl~lS of the Industry3, andC no
objections having been filed, and the annexed report on said amndltl~-
Inent, containing findings with r~espect~ thereto, having been. made
and directed to the President:
NOW, TH-EREF'ORE, on behalf of the Presiden~lt of the United
SCtate~s, I, H~ughl S. Johnson1, Administraltor for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant to authiority v~ested~ in mze by ExecutiveC Orders''~ of the
Priesidenlt, including Exseenti\ e Order~l No. 013-A, dated Decemlber
30!, 1933, ancd o~thrwc~ise; do herebyl~j incorporate, by reference, said
annlexedI re~porlt aInd do find that said nlllnenanient andi the Code1~ as
con~stituited~ after being amencr dedr comply in all respects wFith the per~ti-
nent pr'ovisionls anld will promote the policy and purposes of said
Title of said Act, and do hecr~eby order that said ninendmentrli be andl
it is hereby appr>1oved as modified hereafter, and that thle previous
approval of said Code is thereby mnodified to ilc~ludelc an approval of
said Cod~e in its entirety as amlend~ed,, excpt.lt that pa~Lragraph~ (3) of
Section 8 of ArIticle VI shall be flr~tllr1 nmendedIBC to read:
"L Thle Code A~uth~or~ity shall neither incur nor paly any ob~ligationl
substantially in excess of the amount thereof as estimated in its
appr"ove~d bu~dget, and shall in no event exceed thle total amoutm con-
tained~ in its app~r~oved budget, exc~ept. Ilponl approval of the Ad lminis-
trator; and no subsequelucnt bud~cgjt, shall conlltain any defricincy items
for exp~end~itulres in excess~ of prior budget es~tima;tess except those
which thle Administrator sh1all have so, app-1\rove "'; and,
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REPORT TO THQE PRES~IDENTT


The PRESIDENT,
The Wit~r~ e Ilocsl.v.
Sin: T his is a report o~n the amndmein tlnlt to thec Codle of Fa~ir Comn-
~et~it~ion for th~e Uniit Heafte'r andl or1 IUnit Ye~itintciao 1\Innurfa cturingll
Industry.. Notice o~f opprc~ltunity to, bet h~eard~ was~ seti to all ritnem-
bers of thie Indusnt!.y on Augusi~t 1:'.. 1:,4, and~ nor oblje~lctons w~ere filed


The (codelt of Fair Compell~titionl. forth Unlit Heate and/or
Unit Yeniti lator I~ Maiinufauringi Industr~ryv leavid~s in Ari tickle V'III,
Sectio~n 3J tha;t

130111411100011theUn-s o O~erinceUT 1:ligeill cir~cull-tanceS,

andi iiuch nlotice aInil heariiiing a .ir he11\ aypifyii!. rlndi to, b~conwlc effee-
tive oni upproval'; of thec Peii et n uhapininmyb
miade by' thle Codel~ Author(,ity'."


the collec~tion orf neerc.-.inen:'ts rn ah nme fth nuty





on1 the bas~is of all th!e I1 '"tl~~ci-'eding in thiis maltter:


w-ell des.-iigned to reum I(llltin poC l(lrlic iesll andlunli)es~ of Title I Of the
Nai~rfonal Indu tria'j~ l Rcovc,\ryl~ Ac~t Iinelmlling~ the' remova\'tl o~f ob1struel--
tions to thle free~c ilow\\ o.f in~tei-~r tote al -foitreig coninilel~rc whlich~ tend

w-elfarc by! lumina!rcting~ thc o.l~!~rraizatlionI of industryl'~ for) ijhe pulrp)OSe

ing Uniitel actilull o~f laborI1 mall Iisln~iveirnisit mitlei rallequailte goverin-
llental Silllcetionl :111(1 billenlu~'.c~ll, 11'l Cilllillnting~ Ulfai' comlpethifVe
practice.-, by promo"'ting thc fuillest poss-;iblr u~tilizationi of the~ pr1esenlt.
p'roductive capacity. of ind.ustries, by~ avoid-ing uindui re~tric~tio~n of
p'roductionl (ecstept as~ may1! be templlorarily~ requireCd), by' increasiing
the coiunsumption of indulstria ll and agicutltural p~rclducts throulghl in-
c re si ng purchsla si ngC p~o 'er, byg r~e 1uci ng and rll el iev\i ng unempl>loymIient,
b.y implroving staitndrdl s of lubour, andit by othlerwnise rehablilitating
i ndlust ry.
(b) The Code as amecndetd complies in all respects with the perti-
nent. provisions of said Title of said Atct, includtii ng without limiita-








tion Sub~sectionl (a) of Sectionl 3, Subsection (a) of Section 7 and
Subsectionl (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) The~ Code emnpowers the Code Aiuthority to present the afore-
said amllend mentl on. behalf of the Industry as a whole.
(d) T~he amendm~ll enlt and the Code as amiende~d ar~e not designed to
and will not permit molnoipolies or mon~nopolistic prnc~tices.
(e) The amendmenlll~lt and the Code as amended a7re no~t designed
to and will not eliminate or clppress small enterpl-rises~ and w~ill not
operate to dli,'crimiinute against them.
(f) Those e~lngaged in other riteps~ of the economics pr1oces~is have not
been deprived~ of the ri ht to be hear 1nlC prior to approva~rll orf said
amendment.
F-ior these reansons,4 thet~refor~e, I have apprl"oved this~ amiendrment.
Re e~ic t f lly,,
HUGII S. rrOHN'SON.
A dminii st rat or.
SElPTEMBnER 221 1034.













1\fODIFICATION OF CODE OF; FAIR. COMPETITION FOR
THE UNIT HEA-TER A~ND OR UNIT YE~NTILATOR
1\fANUFAC~CT TUNING( INDUST RYTR

Alodlify AIrticle V'I, Sectionl s by~ dle~tting: andc subs~tituting in lieu
thereof the followingg:
SEC. 8. (1) It. LBe~llly fOOHGl 11000sstry 11 O,lief tO support thle
administration of this codec andC to. malintain thle st:7ndard7 of fair
co~petiti ion established~c hel~~rennder :Ind to~ Ieectuate thle poliev of thea
Aict, thie Code Author~ity is aulthiorizd:rll
(a') To incur11 uchr rensonabllle abligat~io~ns as are necessary anld
proper"' for thle fore-going purposes,~ andl~ to? meert. iuch obligations o~ut
of funds~ whlich mnay b~e ra1ised. asl here1'innfter' pr1ovided andc~ which
shall b~e held in tr~ust for the Ijlpurpoes orf the Codie;
(b) To submit to thle Admlinist~tcr to for. hiis appr1''ova;l, sub1ject
to suchi notice andi oppor"'t'!uity\ to.r be henrdl as h~e may deemi niece~ssry
(1) an itemnizcedl budget o~f itsi catimaltedi expeinsecs forl the foregoing
purposes, andl (2) on eqcuitab~le bas~is upon whlichl thet funds ne~cessarlly
to, sullpport such budget sh~all be contribu'i~itedl by members~l~ of th~e

(c) After such budget. andi b~ai- o~f conrt!ibutionl hav-e been approved
by thie AdmIi nistra~ntor, to det~te'rmi ne andir ojt ai n er-iuitab~le contribute ion
as abovc,\e set. fourth by~ a11Illl members of thell indus~ltry!, and to that end,
if necessary, to institutes legal pr~c.!eedtings.z thereiifor in its own namle.
(2) Ea~ch mnember o.f the indus~ltry! .-hanll payl h~is o~r its equitable
contr~ibutionn to~ thle expenses of the mairintenancie of the Code A~uth~or-
ity, determnined as hereinbnvlr e proidedci~l, and1I sub1jeCt to ru~les and
regulations~ pertaining~ th~ereto ;inedl by thc A~dmninistrator.. Only
members. c of thle industryl'\ comlpl\.ingc w\ithl the c:lle and contr~ibuiting
to the expenses of its admilini ttii..an, I as herelinabove\' provided, unless
duly exn~empte fromi makingl such. c'rnlt iiributions, .halld be entitled to
paLrtic~ipate in thec election of membersl:C1' of thle CIodeI Authzority or to
rtcecivet thc ben~lefits of any13 of its~ \olulntary\ ac-tiv'ities- or to make ulse
of any embi3C'lem or ins~ign~ial of thet Naionl R~n ecovel\ ry Administ ration.
(:3) The C`ode Authlority Tlhall ne~ither iic~ur nor pay any obliga-
tion inl recess of ther amount thi~ereof' as estima~ted in its app~irovecd
b~udget, except upon'! app'rovanl ofi ther Admiinistrator;; and no subse-
qu~ent buldgret. shall contain anyl deficiency iteml for expendlitures in
excess of prior buidget estimant es ecep~t those which the Admi7niiistra-
tor shall hav'e so approved.
AppDrov'ed Code No. L5i2-A.mendmnent No., 1.
Registry No. 13-041.





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