Amendment to code of fair competition for the limestone industry as approved on July 27, 1934

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the limestone industry as approved on July 27, 1934
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Registry No. 1026--09


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



AMENDMENT TO
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

LIMESTONE INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON JULY 27, 1934


WE DO OUR PART


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

11I IIIIIUII II I I amendmentt No. 2
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Approved Code No. Il3--Amendment ~No. 2


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THIE

LIMESTONE INIDUSTrRY

As Approved on July 27, 1934


ORDER

APPROVING AMENDMENT OF CODE OF FAIN COMPETITION FOR THE:
LIMESTONE INDUSTRY
An application having been duly miadle pursuant. to and in full
compliance w~ithi the provisions of 'Iitle I.of thie N'ational Industrial
Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for approval of an amenid-
ment to a Codle of Fair Competition for thle Limnestone Industryr,
and a, Notice of Op~portunityr to be Heard having been duly given
thereoni and the annexedl report on saidl amendments, containing finld-
ings withl respect thereto, having been mla.dle and di~ec~tedl to the
President :
NOW, THEREFORE, on behalf of the President of the UCnited
States, I, Hughl SC. Johinson, Administrator for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant t~o authority rested in me by Executive Orders of the
President, including Executive Order No. 6543-A, dated December
30, 1933, and otherwise; do hereby incorporate, by reference, said
annexed report anld do find that said amendment. and the Code as
constituted after being amiended comply inl all respects with the
pertinent provisions anid will promote the policy anid purposes of
said Title of said Act, and do hereby order that said amendment
be and it )s hereby approved, and that the previous approval of
said Code. is hereby modlified to include an approval of said Code
in its entirety as amended.
Honc S. JoHNSON,
Adrain~istrator for Indwautr~ial Recovery.
Approval recommlendedl:
.BARTON' 1. 1\'IURRAY,
Division Admiznnistr~ator.
WASHINGTON, D.C~.,
Ju-ly 97, 1934.
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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENrT,
The Wh'ite HOuse'.
Sm:; Th~is is a report onl a modificatio-n of thle Code of FaPir Com-
petition for~ thle Limnestonec Inldustry, in accor~dance wTithi Administra-
tiver Order X-36. of 10ayr 2G, 1934, relative to collection of Expenses
of Cude~ Adm ii n ist rat ion.
Thisj nonilnrm entt is proposed inl substitutions for Article V'I, See-
tio~n 1 (c'), ub,-.eetionl I, of the Limiesto-ne Code, apprioved Novemnber
142. 1033.' Ani o.ppor~tunity~ to be heard hias been necorded to all
jlnterested~ p~arties.
The XAsistanit Depuit ~ Ad ministrator. in his Ainal report to mne on
Lsaid amendmentr? to :,id C~ode havl~ingr foundl as hlerein set for~t.h andc
on thle bas~is of all the pr1oce~edings in this matter:
I fin~d thlat:
(a) The amlendm~lent to said Code and the Codec as amlendred are
well deltsignedi to, prlomlote the p~olicies and purposes of Title I of the
uNationa~l T~Indstr'ial Recoveryv Act including~ the remnoval of obstrue-
tions to- thre free flow of interstiate andl for~eigrn commllerce which tend
to dimiinishi thle amount thereof, a~nd w~ill provide for the general
w-elfurie by promoting the organnizaltion of industryv for the purpose
of coolperativer nation of labor aind matnagemenlt under adequate gov-
erlnm~ntall sanction and supervision by eliminatingS unfa-ir com~peti-
tivec praRctices~, byv promloting the fullest possible utilization of the
presenit prloducti ve capacity of inldustr~ies, by avoiding undue r~estrie-
tion of prodc-iction exceptt as m~ay' be temporarilyl requir~ed), byv ini-
ereasingn the consumption of industrial andl agricultural products
thouh nresig uchsigpower, by reducing and relieving un-
emnploymen~lt,, byc im-~proving standardc-s of labor, and b otherwise
rehab~ilitating industry.
(b>) Th'le Codle as amnended com~plies in all respects w~ith th~e perti-
nehlt pr~ovisions of said Title of said Act, including w-ithout limitation
subsection (a) of Section :3, sub-sectioni (a) of Section 7 sad su~b-
section (b) of Sectioni 10 thereof.
(c) Thle C'ode empower~s thle C(lde jAuthorit~y t~o preseht the afore-
said amend ment on behalf of the industry as a whole.
(d;) Thei amlendmlenl t annd the Code as amended are not designed to
- and will not per~mit. monopoilies or monopolistic practices.
(e) The amendment andc the Code as amend~ed a~re not designed to
and'will not eliminate or oppress small enterpris-es and will niot
op~erate to d:jilcriminatC' againist th~em.
(f) Th~ose ejngagedt in o-thler step1s of the econlomic p~rocesjs hlave
not beenci depr~ived of t.he r~ight to be heard prior to appr~ovfll of said
amendmellnt.
Saidl amewhrlent is accordcingly approved.
nRespectf ul ly,
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Adm7~in~iSt ra or.
Jun. 27, i'934.









A1\lEND1\lENlT TO CODE OF)I FAIR COMIPETITIO NL\ FOR
THE LIMI ESiT ONE~ lINDUiTRtY

Delete present SCub,-section 6, of S~ection 1, (e) of Article VI and
substitute the follow-iing as subszction, 1 6:
a. It being foundc necessary~ in order to support the admllinisitra-
tion of this code andl to manintai~n then stanlT:~ dard of fair competition
establish~edl hereulnder~l aInd to, effectuate the poclicy of the act, the

(1) To incur such rea~sonable~~- obligations as ar~e necessary~ and
proper'" forl the forego~cing purpose iesi, and to me~et suchT oblligations
out of funds~l whlich mnay bc ra:ised7 as h.erecino~fter1 provided and
whlich shlall be heldl in trulst for the purposes of' th~e codec;
(2) To s~ubmiti to the Admlllinis; I~trator for his approva~'ll subject
to su~ch noct-ice andc opp~ortu~nity to be heard as he may! dleem
necessary~! (1) on~ itemllizedr budge~(t of its estimnated epeses!lt for
thle fo~r~egoing~ purpol~cses, and (2) an1 equritab~le basis upon which
the fundsC1 nec'etsnlar to clnpporlit 1uch1 hudglet shall be conJltribulted
by mlemb.ers of thet indus~try -;
(3) Alfter .such1 budge~tt aind basis~ of contr~ib~utionl have b~een
appr"oved~ by t.h~e Admllini-t r;t~or, to (etermilllne andl obtain equi-
tablle conJtr'ibution1 as abov-e ,cett forlth- by all members of the
indusltry,~ aInd to thant. endl if necessary, to innsti;~ltute lega pro-
ceeding~s th~erefor. inl its ow\n name.
b~. Eachl memnber of the~ industry shall pay his or its equl~itable
contribution to thec exnse~rics o-f the maliltelnance of the Code Au-
t~hority,: dtermc~inedt as~ helreinab~ove p~lrovidedt, and subject to rules and
regulations s p:ertnining therletl icnued by the Adminirist ratori. Only
membersl of trhe indus~ctry comlyn\ing wi~th the rcode and contrib~uting
to the expenses. i of its admiinist~tratin as hereinabo~ve prov,~ided, unless
dlulyl exemlptedl fromll makiingc such contributions,~ shall be entitledl to
par.ticipante in thle iele~ctionli of members of the Codte Authzority or
to r~eceive the b~enffits of any of its vo-luntar~y ac~tivities- or to make
use of any embilemii or insiigni of the Na~tionali Rcovery2 Admtinis--
trationi.
c. The Codte Authiority shall nleitherr incr nor pay anyi obllign-
tion subs~tantially in excess of the aImouniit thereof as estimatfled in
its ap'provedct budgoct, exCePlt upon approval of th~e Admi n i st ~ra tor;
andc no sulbsequenlt budget shall co~ntain anyl defic~incyl. itemn for ex-
p~enditur~es inl ecesL'S of prlior budg:lcet, estimalte~s exicept those which
t he AdmnlinIistra~tor shall ha ve so approved..
App~iiroved Code No. 113-Amendmen riiit No. f2.
Regiistry No. 102:iM)D.
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