Amendment to code of fair competition for the pipe organ industry as approved on September 1, 1934

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Title:
Amendment to code of fair competition for the pipe organ industry as approved on September 1, 1934
Portion of title:
Pipe organ industry
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4 p. : ; 24 cm.
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English
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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United States Government Printing Office
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Organ builders -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Musical instrument makers -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Summary:
The term "pipe organ industry" as used herein is defined to include organ builders who manufacture and/or assemble pipe organs.
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Also available in electronic format.
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Cover title.
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
General Note:
"Registry No. 1644-02."
General Note:
"Approved Code No. 210--Amendment No. 1."

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University of Florida
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U.S. DEPOSITORY~k

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICIP
WASHINGTON: 1934


IFor sale by the Sulperintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C. - Price 5 cents


Approved Code No. 210--Amendment No. 1


Registry No. 1644--02


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION




AMENDMENT TO

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE


PIPE ORGAN INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON SEPTEMBER I, 1934


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This Ilublic tion is for sale by the Supwr~intendent of Drcumtents, GovFernmuent
Printinlg Office, Wrashine~ton,, D.C., and by district offices of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
DISTRICT OFFICES OF THIE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Atlanta, Ga.: 5i04 Post Offce Buildling.
Birmingham, Ala.: 257 federall Building.
Boston, Malss.: 1801 Customhouse.
Buffalo, N.Y.: Chamber of Commerce Building.
Charleston, S.C.: Chlamber of Commerce Building.
Chica~go, Ill.: Suite 1706, 201 North W7lells Street.~
Clevelandl, Ohio: Chamberlc;~ of Comumere.
Dallas, Tex.: Chamber of Comrmerce Build!ing.
Detroit, M~ich.: 801 F~irst Nationarl Bank Building.
Hlouston, Tex.: Cham~nber of Commerce Building.
Indlianapolis, IndI.: Chamber~i of Commnerce Building.
Jacksonville, Fla.: Chamlber of Commercei~ Building.
Kansas City, MSo.: 1028 Banltinone Avenue.
Los Angeles, Callif.: 1168 Southl Br1oadwayn.
Louisville, K~y.: 408 Feeral Building.
Memphis, Tenn.: 220 Fedleral Buildin~g.
Miinnea~polis, Minin. : 213 Frederal BuIlding.
New Orleans, La.: Roomr 223-A, Custo~mbouse.
Newv YJork, N.Y.: 734 Custom~house.
Norfolkr, Va.: 406 ]East Plume Street.
Philadelphia, Pa.: 422 Commercial Trust Building.
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Chamber of Com~merce Building.
Portland, Oreg.: 215 New Post Office Building.
St. Louis, Mo.: 5i06 Olive Street.
San Firancisco, Calif.: 310 Customahouse.
Seattle, W~Gash.: 809 Federal O~ffiet- Building.













Approved Code No. 210--Amendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO` CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR TH1E

PIPE ORGAN ]rINDUSTReY

As Approved on September 1, 1934


ORDER

APPROVTNo AMENDMENT TO CODE OF ]FAIR COMPETITION FOR TH
PIPE OBGow I;NvSRnY
An application having been duly made pursuant to and in full
complisnee 'it~h the provisions of Title 1 of the National Industrial
Recovery A~ct, approved June 16, 1933, for approval of an amend-
ment to a Code of Fair Com~petition for the Pirpe Organ Industr~y,
and ~pportunityv to be heard having been afforded all interested
parties, and any objections filed having been duly considered, and
the annexed- report on said amnendmlent, containmg findings w~lith
respect thereto, having been made and directed to the President:
~NOWG, TrHEREFORE, on. behalf of thie President of the United
States, I, Hugh S. Johnson1, Administrator for Industrial RecoverSI,
pursuant to authority vested in me by Executive Orders of the Presi-
dent, including Executive Order No. 6543-~A, dated December 30,
1933, and otherwise; do hereby incorporante, by reference, said
annexed report and2 do find that. sai-d amendment and the Code as
constituted after being amended comply in all respects with the
perti nent provisions andi will promote the policy and purp~)o~!se of
said Title of said Aict, and do thereby order that said amenment be
and it is herebyv approved, and that the previous approval of said
Code is hereby modified to include an approval of said Code in its
entirety as amended.
HUan S. JoHNson,
Adminristrator for Industrial Rcovery.
Approval recommended:
JOSEPH F. BAITLEY,
Acting Div~ision Adm~inistrator.
WASHINGTON, D.C.,
Sepytem~ber 1, 19;34.
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REPORTSL TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENT,
The WVhite Hlouse.
SIR : Anl application ha;s been. duly miad~e, pursuanrt to and in full
comnpliance~r with th~e provision~s of the National Industrial Recovery
Act, forl an Ame~ndmelnt to, the Codet of Fiair Comlpetitionl for the
Pipe Organ Industr~y: submitted by the Code Authority for the Pipe
Organ:ll IndC7ustry.
The purpose and effect o-f the ALmendment are~ to authorize the
Codie Authority to sulbmit a budgeJt anld method o~f assessmenlt upron.
which funds shall bse contributed by members of the Industry.
The Ahmewn~lent, also incorporaltes in the Code certain standard
labor and administrative prov:\i..icons, which will prove more effective
to the Code Author~ity in the amn istrriltlation of this Code for the
Industry.
Th~e Deputy Admninistrat~or in his final report to me on said
tAmrrendment to said7 Code! having found as herein set forth and on
the algsRic of all1 the Irlproce:1ingr. in this matter:
I find that:
(a) Th~e AmendmentlI 1~ to said Code~c and the Code as; ameitnded are
w~ell decsigned~ to p~~lromote the police and purp~oses of Titlej I3
of thre Na~tional Indrustrial Rdecovery Act including the removal
of obstru~ctions~ to the frete flow of inter.-,tate~ and foreign commerce
which tcendl to liminii shl the amount thereof and;( will provide for the
genl.r~nl wvelfarse by promjlloting~ the ol~~rgaizat~ion of industry for the
pm'po'cse of coope~~lrative ac~tio~n amon1g1 tradelt groups, by inducing and
malinrtaining~ uniteda action of I;!bor~ and malnagement undeilr ade-
qua~te goverrann-1I~ tall:H .--aICtionl and t:uperv~sision, by erliminatingr u~nfair
cormptitive practices, bSy p~romo:ting the fullest pos~sib~le litilizat.ionr
oftep''-reset prod"uctive capacity of the ind~u tr~ies, by` avoidlin
undcue restriction of production exceptl. as may be temporarl'lily
required) by inlcreasingg the c~onsumpti~ion3 of indusl'trial and agr~i-
cultinal~ products through- in~lcrasing purchas~:ing~ power-, bJ I'redulC-
in an eivn nmlyet y mrvn tnnd flbr
atndl by o~thcrw\ise rehab.Filitating industry.
(b) a~Tl Colie as umnendedf comlnyies in all respects with the p~er-
t~inent p~rov-isions of said Title of said Act, includlingr without mIn-
a;tionl S~Ubsectfion (a) of Section. 3, Sub-ectioln (a) of Sec~tinnl 7 and
S11bsor'(tionl (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) Thet A~ne~ndownlt and the Code as amended are not des~igned
to and will not p>erm1-it monopolies or monopolistic Ipractices.,
(d) Thie Amil~ciiendmn and thie Code as amrendedl are not designed
to aInd will not eliminate or oppress small enterprises; and wrillnot
ope''\rate to dtiscl~riinate against them.
(e) Those engaged-r in other steps of th~e economic process have
not been deprived of the right to be heard prior to approval of, said
Amendment.
For these reasons, therefore, I have3 approvedl this Ai mleldnment.
Respectfully,
H[UGhlI S. JOHENSO:N,
~AdministratorP.
SEPTEMBER 1, 1934.








AM~lENDMIENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPET'ITT'ION FORr
THE PIPE ORGAN~ INDUSTRIAL

Amend Section 4 of Article V by addc-ingr the follon ing( :
Standarlds for safety and health. shall be slbmnitted~ by the Code
Aluthor~ity to the Adlnunistr~atorl withlin three (3) months after the?
effective date of th amlendmecnt."'
]Delete Sec~tion 8 of ~Article VC alnd substitute therefor the follow~ing:
"' 8. Al emaplo3yers shall post and keep posted c~opies of this Codje
mn conspicuous places~ accessible to all employees.c~ Ev-ery~ mlember
of the industry shall comply with all rules and regfulations; relative
to thre posting of provisions of Cod6es of Fiair Complletitioln whichn
may~ fr~om time to time be pr1escr1ibued by thre A~dmninistra tor."'
Aildd as a new Section to AZrticle V:
"( 9. ~No employee shall be ismijussedl or dlemoc.tedl by reason of mak~-
ing a comlplaint or giving evidlelc~e with r'especit to an anllegedl
violation to this Code."
Delete Section 7 (g) of Article V7I and substitute therefor thre
following :
L"(g) 1. It being found ne-cessary in order to .-upport the adminis-
tr~ation of this codle and to maintain the st and~ardcs of fair com~petitionl
established her1eunder and to effectuate the policy of the Act, the
Cod~e. Author~ity is aulthorized:
"'(a) To incur such reasonable obligations as are necessar~nly and
proper for the foregoing pur1pose~s, and to m-~eet such obligat-ionls; ouxt
of funds whlich may be ranised as hereinalfter pr~ovtide a~nd. which
shlall be held in trust for the purp~o es of the Code;
"'(b) T~o subm~it~ to tlhe Admil~l~lnistr to for his appr~oval, subject to
such1 notice and opportunity to be hieardc as h~e mayi d~eem necessary,
(1) an itemizedt budget of its estimanted expenses forj thle foregoingi
purpoc'tses, anrd (2) an eq-uitable basis upon which the funds n~ecessary~
to support su~ch budgertr shlln be coin-r~ibulted byT mem~bers ofo the
indstry ;
"L(c) After such1 budget, and basis of contributionl hav~e been ap-
proved~ by the Adlministratror, to dletermline and obtain equ~itable con-
tributionl as above set forthl by all members of the ind~ustjry', anld to
that (nd1, if necessary to institute legal proceed~ingas therefo~r in its
name.
"12. Eachl mlembert1 of the indcustr~y shall pay hfis or it~s equitable
contribution to the exp~enses of the maintenance of the Code Author-
ity dteterminled as here~iinabove pIrov'ide~, and subject to rules~ and
regrulations pertnlining thereto issuedl by the Adm~inisfI~trato. Onlly
members of the industry complying withr the code and contributing
to the expecnses~ of its administrations ans hereinabove provided unless
duly exemnpted fro~m manking such contributions, shall be entitled to
participate in the selection of memllbers of the Co>de Aluthority or to
r~eceiv~e the becnelits of anly of its voluntary activities or to make use
of anly emiblem or insignia. of the National Recover~y Aidministration.
3. The Codte Authority shall neither incur nor pay any o~bligan-
tion substanltially in excess of the amount thereof as estimatedt in
its app~rovle budge~t., and shllnl in no event eceed~l the total amount
containedl in thle applroved budget, except. upon approval of thle Ad-
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administrator; and no subsequent budget shall contain any deficiency
item for expenditures in excess of prior budget estimates except
those which the Administrator shall have so approved."
Article VI, Section '7--Strik~e out subsection (i) and in lieu thereof
insert the following:
(i) To reemunlllend to thne A~dministrator any action or measures
deemed advisable, including further fair trade practice provisions
to govern members of the indlustryT in their relations wiith each. other
or with other indutlri~ies; measure for industrial planning, and sta-
bilization of employment; and including modifications of this Code
which shall become effective as part hereof upon approval by the
Administrai~ir after such notice and hearing as he may specify.
Article VI, Section 7--Add a new subsection. as follows:
(j) T1Lo appoint a Trade Practice Committee which shall meet with
the Trrade Practice Ctonunitttee appointed under such other codes as
may oe! related to the indusltry3 for the pour~pose of formulating fair
trade practices to governm the relationships between employers under
this code and under such. other codes to the end that such. fair trade
practices may be propwed.cr to the Administrator as amendments to
this code and such other codes.
Article VI -Amend Sction 5 to read as follows:
5. Any member of the Industry shl eelgb fo ebr
ship in the National Asso~ciation ofOranl Bu liild2er or ny oter-
I;t rud association or organized group participating in the activities
of the Codie Authority upon compliance with the provisions of the
bylaws relating to membership, provided that any person applying
for membership shall pa~y such dues as are imposed upon and paid
b~y all other members. YSuch members of the Industry as do not
choose to become members of the National Association of Or~gan
Builders or any other trade~ association or organized group mnay
participate in the activities of the Code Authority and the selection
of members thereof by complying with thie requir~emients of this
Code."
Article VI, Section. 7-mend subsection (hi) to read as follows:
"' (h) To cooperate with the Admninistrator in regulating the use of
any Nr.R.A. insignia solely by those members of the Induzstry who
are complying with. this Co0de."
Approved Code No. 210---Amendment No. 1.
Registry No. 1644-02.














































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