Amendment to code of fair competition for the wholesale tobacco trade as approved on September 5, 1934

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Title:
Amendment to code of fair competition for the wholesale tobacco trade as approved on September 5, 1934
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Wholesale tobacco trade
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1 p. : ; 24 cm.
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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Tobacco industry -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Wholesale trade -- United States   ( lcsh )
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 1615-15."
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"Approved Code No. 462--Amendment No. 1."

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Registry No. 1615--15


Approved Code No. 462--Amendment No. 1


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



AMENDMENT TO
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

WHPOLESALE TOBACCO

TRADE


AS APPROVED ON SEPTEMBER 5, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934
























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Approved Code No. 462-Amendment No. 1


AIMEND]MEN~T TO CODE OFi FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

WSHOLE~SALE TOBACCO T~RAD~E

As ~Approved on Septecmberr 5, 1934


ORDER

AMnEhNDMENT TO CODE O1F FAIR COMPETITION FOR THIE WHOLE~SALE
TOBACCO TRADE
Pursuant to the authority vested in. me by Title I of the National
Industrial Recovery Act, by E-xecutive Orders, and otherw~nise,, and
pursuant to. Section 1 of Article IV of the Code of Fiair Comlpeti-
tion for the Wholesale Tobacco Tradec, it appearing that the original
paragraph (dl) of said section was omitted through inadvertance
in the final draft of the Code, and that this par~araaph appeared in
earlier drafts of the Code and wvas proposed and n. en~trrd to bly
mlemnbers of the trad~e submittingf said Code
IT IS ORDERED, that the apprloval1 of the Code of Fair Comn-
pe~ftitionr for the Wholesale Tobacco Trade, datedt June 9, 193-1, be
andl the same is thereby armendred by providing that the paragraph.
c~ontainedl in Article I`V, Section 1, nowl designated as paragraph. (d)
be desigrnated (e), and that there be includ'edl in said section the
original paragraph (d) which reads~~- as follows:
"L(d) Within cities, towns, aInd villagest; under 25,000 population,
the wages of all classes of employees shall be inciren.-t e. from the rate
existing on June 1, 19331, by not less than twentylt S percent (20rl.),
provided that this shall not require an increase in wages to more
than the ra:tp of e'leven~ dollars and fifty ccentsi ($11.50) per week;
and provided fu~r~ther that no employee shall be paid laws than at
the rate of elevenel ($11.00) dollars per weekr."
provided, however, that this Ordrccl shall not become effective and
it is he~r~chy stayed for a period of ten (10) days, and at the end of
said tenl (10) day per'iodl this Order shall become effective unless I
shall by my further order otherwise det~termninec or extendr such~l stay.
HUan S. JoE-Nwson,
Adm!Tinistj~fratorU for Industrial Rc'Lo very.
Approval recorn nendlel l
ARIMIN WV. RILEY,
Division Adm~~, zainisrator.
WASHINGTON, D.C.,
September 5, 219J..
Al.,provedi Code No. 462---Am~endment No. 1.
Regist ry No. 16i15--15.
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