Amendment to code of fair competition for the floor & wall clay tile manufacturing industry as approved on May 18, 1934

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the floor & wall clay tile manufacturing industry as approved on May 18, 1934
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Amendment to code of fair competition for the floor and wall clay tile manufacturing industry as approved on May 18, 1934
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"1042-1-2, Code no.92, Amend. no.2"

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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



AMENDMENT TO
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION



FLOOR AND WFCALL CLAY TILE

MIANU FACTU RI NG IN DUSTRY


For sle by the Buperintendent ofDocuments, Washington, D.O. Price 5 cents


Registry No. 1042--1-02


AS APPROVED ON MIAY 18, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHIINGTON: 1934


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
UIlUIlMUMIAIlMMUIIII I
3 1262 08482 9596
.l.. ...ndment No. 2
























This publication is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government,
Printing Office, Washington, D.O., and by district o~ices of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
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Apprved Code No. 92-A.mendment No. 2


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THIE

]FLOORt AND WAL CLA~Y TILE MANIUIFACT3~UIRING
IJINDUJSTRIY

As Approved on Miayr 18, 1934


ORDER

APPROV'ING AMlyEND)MCENT TO CODE OF EIAIR COMPETITION FOR THEIR
]FLOOR AND V~ALL CLAY TIL;E AfANUFACT~ ailNG( IhNDST.HY
An appliention having been duly made piiineset to and in full
com~pliance with the prvc,\isiois of T1Litle I of the Naltiolnal Industrial
Recovery Act, approvled' June 16, 1933, for apprlova;l of amendmellnt s
to a Codle of Fair Competit~ion for the Floorl and Wall Clay Tile
Ma n ufa ct u ri n Irndustry, alnd hearings having been duly herld thnereon
and the annexed report on said amnendmients contaninin= find~~ins with
respect thereto, having beel mlad7e and directed to the Prscidenlt:
NOWV, THEREFORE, on behalf of thec P~~rlesidt of the Un'itedt
States, I, Hugh S. Johnson, Administraltor for Indusit-riinI Re~c-\covery,
pur~suant to authority vested in me by~ Executive Orderjls of the
President, including E~xecutive Order Nio. Grj43-A, dated Dc~cemlber
30, 1933, and otherwise; do hereby inc~orplorate, by reference, said
annexed report and do find that, said nmncrdmentls and the Code
as constituted after being; amlendled comply in all r~e-p~e-ts with th~e
pertinent provisions and wFill pr~omocte thne policy and -purposes of
said Title of said ALct, and do herleby order that said amendmllents
be and theyT are thereby approv'ed, anzd that th previous appr~ovnl
of said Code is hereby modified to include an approval of said Code
in its entirety as- amended`.
HUGH S. JoH hson,
Admilnisrt,rato for IntduYtrial R~covery.
Approval recommended:
~A. R. GLANCY
Div~isio~n Bdmnitrlatmor.
WVASHINGTON, D.C.,
M'ay 18, 1934.
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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


Thle PRESIDENT,
Thc Wlh ite H~ous~e.
Sta: This is a report on amendments to the Code of Fair Com-
petition for the Floor anid WYall Clay Tile Mlanufacturing Industry,
a hearing on which amiendmnents was conducted in WaTshington on
the ninth of Ma~rcLh, 1934, in accordance with the provisions of the
National Industrial Recovery Act.
Ameli~/ndment~ No. 3.--This amendment provides for a southern wage
different~ial of 25C% in border to give justice to three plants which
are located in the Southi. The minimum wage rates prescribed b~y
the original code are approximately 10070 higher than the milni-
murm wage rates in etfeet in these plants in 1929, and approximately
50C% higher than the minimum wage rates prescribed in approved
codes for closely related industries. This amendment will correct
this ineqruity and permiit the re-employmnent of labor in these plants.
Amendmnen~t No. 11.--This amendment provides for at day of rest
each week for employees.
AmenllrdmeL~nt No. 1:?.--This amendment will prevent the improper
clnssification of emnployees as learners as a subterfuge for wage
cutting.
Amaendmnent No. 13S.--This amendment will p~revent the improper
classification of employees as "' aged or disabled as a subterfuge
for wage c utting.
FINIDINGS

The Assistant Deputy Atdministrat~or in his final report to mle on
said amlendmnents to said Code having found as herein set forth and
on the basis of all the proceedings in this matter;
I find that:
(a) The amendments to said Code and the Code as amended are
well designed to promote the policies and purposes of Title I of the
National Industrial Recovery Act including the removal of obstrue-
tions to thze free flow of interstate and foreign commerce which tend
to diminish the amount thereof, and will provide for the general
welfare by promoting the organization of industry for the purpose
of cooperative action among trade groups, by inducing and mamn-
taining united action of labor anld management under adequate gov-
ernmental sanction and supervision, by eliminating unfair competi-
tive practices, by: promoting the fullest possible utilization of the
present productive capacity of industries, by avoiding undue restric-
tions of production (except as may be temporarily required), by
increasing the consumption of industrial and agricultural products
through increasing pur~chasing power, by redlucing and relieving
unemployment, by improving standards of labor, and by otherwise
rehabilitating industry.







(b) The Code as amended complies inr all recrpects with, the perti-
nent pr~ovisions of said Title of said A1~ct, including without limnita-
tion Subsection (a) of Setct lon 3, Subsection (a) of Section '7 andl
Sub~section (b) of Sect~ion 10 thereof.
(c) T~he Code emnpowTerss the Code Aulthority to present the afore-
said amnendmnents onl behalf of the industry as a whlole.
(d) The amendments and the Code as amended are not designed
to and will not permit mlonopo'lies or mlonocpolistic~ practices.
(e) Ther amendments and the Code as :Ilmrtende are not designled
to and will not elimninate or oppress small enterprises and will not
operate to discrimiiinate against them.
(f) Those engaged in other steps of the economic procccss hlave
nroti been1 dleprivred~ of the right to be heard.prior to alpprova: l of salid
amend men t.
For these reasons, therlefor~e, I have alppro~ved these amendmzents.
Respnectfully,
HUGIIr S. JowNson,

MaY 18, 1934












AMfENDMIENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITIONS FOR
T]HE FLOOR AND WVALL CLAY TILE MIANUFACTURINGr
INDUSTRY
AMIEND)MENrT NO. 8

~Article IV of the above namedl Code is amended by adding
thereto the followings p~rovisions as Suection 6: '' The mlinimnum rates
of pay eStablishled in the foregoing provisions may be reduced by
not nor~e thani 25S9.: of such rates in the States of North Carolina,
South1 Clarolinna, Geonrgi,7 Loulisinn~, MIi~siSSippi, Florida, Tennessee,
Alabn ma, TLexsn,; Arkansas andt that part of K~entuc~ky south of at line
drawnl East and~ West thlroluh the C'ity of Louisville.

AMIENDMENT hTO. 11

Article III: is amended by chaningii i the period~ at the end of Sec-
tion 1 to a semni-co~lon andl adding thereto the following: nor in
exices; of six days inl any seven day) period."'

AMrENDM)~ENT hNO. 1'3

Article IV is amecndled by str~iking th~erefr~om Section 4 and sub-
stituting therefore the followling: "~ 4. The mniiinuimu rates established
in the fo~regoingr provisions shall not apply to learners, who shall
be p~aid not less than 800.; of the minimum rates of pay\ hereinabove
established; provided, however~l, that. the numlberI of such learners
shall not exceed 5%0 of the total number of employees of arny' miem-
ber of the Industry at any) one timne, and p~rovided further, that the
period during which a person may b~e classified as a learner shall not
exceedl four weeks, whetherl served undcer one or more employers.
For the purpose of this Section, learners ar~e defined as persons who
have not served as learners a total in time o.f four weeks or more at a
particular class of job."
AMIENDMIENT nTO. 13

~Article IV is amended by striking ther~efromn Section 5 annd sub-
stitutingr therefore the following: 5. A Iperson whose enrning ca-
pacity is limiited because of -age or physica ll handicap may be
emplloyed on light work at a wage of not. less than eiht per cent
of the minimum rates p~rescribed in this Article ifth employer
obtains from the State Authority designated by the United States
Department of Labor a certificate authorizing his employment at
sulch wagres and for such hours as shall be stated in the certificate.
Such authority shall be guided by the instructions of thle United
States Department of Labor in issuing certificates to such persons.







Each employer shall file wcith the Code! Authority a list of all such
persons employed by himi. The total number of emnployees exemlpted
by this Section shall not exceed five per cenit of the total number of
employees; of each employer at any one: time."'
Approved Code No. 92-Amendmento No. 2.
RegRistry No. 104'A-1-0.
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