Proposed code of fair competition for the closet accessories, ironing board pads & covers & chair pads manufacturing industry

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Title:
Proposed code of fair competition for the closet accessories, ironing board pads & covers & chair pads manufacturing industry as submitted on August 31, 1933
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3 p. : ; 23 cm.
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English
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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U.S. Gov. Printing Office
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Washington, D.C
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"Registry No. 251-10".

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University of Florida
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Registry No. 251--10


NATIONAL L R ECOV ERY ADM IN ISTRALTION



PROPOSED CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION



CLOSET ACCESSORIES, IRONING BOARD

PADS AND COVERS, AND CHAIR PADS

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

AS SUBMIITTED ON AUGUST 31, 1933


The Code for the Closet Accessories, Ironing Board
Pads and Covers, and Chair Pads Manufacturing Industry
in its present form merely reflects the proposal of the above-rnentioned
industry, and none of the provisions contained therein are
to be regarded as having received the approval of
the National Recovery Administration
as applying to this industry




UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1933

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.O. - Price 5 center


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CODE FOR MANUFACTURERS OF CLOSET ACCESSORIES,
IRONING-BOARD PAD)S AND) CO'VIERS, AND) CHAIR PADS
~ARTICLE I--FURPOSE

TCo effectuate the policy of Title I of the National Industrial ~Re-
covery Act, during the period of the emergency, by reducing and
relieving unemployment, improving the standards o~flabor, eliminatt-
ing competitive practices destr~uctiv\e of the interests of thne public,
employee, and employers, relieving ~the disastrous effects of over-
capacity, and by increasing the consumption of all products ~by
increasingr pullrchaingr power, and in other respects the following
provisions are established as a code of fair competition for the manu-
fazcturers of closet accessories, ironing-boward pads and covers, and
chair pads.
ARTICLE II---DELFINTTION

Closet ~Accessories are defined to mean and include covered
clothes hangers, covered hat stands, shelf edging of all kinds, gar-
ment bags of all kinds, shoe bags, laundry bags, dress protectors, and
aUl articles ordinarily used as closet equipment.
ARTICLE III-EFFECTIVE DATE

This code shall go into full force and effect immediately on
approval by the President.
ARTICLE IV--MINIM4T~IT AGrBES

A.; On and after t~he effective date the minimum wage that shall
be paid by the manu factur~ers of closet accessories, ironing-board pads
and covers, and chair pads to an of their employees shall be at the
rate of 30# per hour. The follow-ing classifications shall be exem~pt
from this minimum wage:
1. Learnmers or apprentices shall have a, minimum pay of not; less
than $9.00 per week for a, period of employment not to exceed six
weeks. Any person having been emplnoyed in this industry before
cannot be classified as a learner or apprentice, and at no timre shall
the number of learners or apprentices equal more than 10%o of the
total body of employees.
~AR ICLE V-HTOURS Or L~tnon

A. On and after the effective date, manufacturers of closet acces-
sories, ironing-board pads and covers, and chair pads, shall not
operate on a schedule of hours of labor for their employees in excess
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of 40 hours per week and they shall not operate productive machin-
ery for more than one shift of 40 hours per weekz. The following
classi~feations shall be exempt from this limitation of working hours,
but shall not work more than 48 hours per weeki:
1. Shipping clerks.
2. Secr~etar~ies, superintendent, and planning officials.
NOTE.--The above classifications have a special type of work which
materially would retar~d the proper working of a factory.
A RTIOLE \TI CHILD LABOR

On and after thle effective date, manufacture r~s of closet accessories,
ironing board pads and covers, and chair pads shall not employ any
mlinor under tf~he age of 16 years.
AnvICia V~II HOM~E \YO)RK

O~n and after the effective date. mnaufacturers~ of closet accessories,
ironing board pads and covers, and chairs pads~ shall not employ any
home workers.

ARTICLE VIII--NOTICES To EMIPLOYEES

Placardls, or signs, whichl will be furnished by the National Notion
Institute, shall be displayned in three prominent places (including
the dr~essingr room) on eaech w~orkinga foor of every manufacturing
establishment of meshbers of this Div~ision. The inimum wages,
maximum working hours and working conditions will be clearly
printed on these placards for the information of employees. These
placairds shall bep printedl in Einglishl.

ARTICLE IX-DIviio von COOPERATION AND RECOMMENDATION
To further effectuate the policies of the Act, the manufacturers
olf closet accessories, ironing board pads and covers, and chair pads
whose names are signed to this application, set up as a Division of
t.he Nationalr Notion Institute to cooperate with the Administrator
as a planning and fair practice agency for their industry. Such
aIgency~ may from time to time present to the Atdmninistrator recom-
miendations based on conditions in their industry as they may develop
fromn t~ime to time which. will tend to effectuate t~he operation of the
provisions of this Code and the policy of the National Industrial
Recover Acrt. Such recommendations when approved by the Ad-
mninistrator shall have the sam~e force and effect as any other pro-
vision of this code.
ARTICLE X-~--EM\PLOYEE S RIGHT OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
The mnanufa~cturer~s of closet necessories, ir~oninga board pads and
covers, pand chair pads shall comply with the requirements of the
National Industrial Recovery Act. as follows: "(1) that employees
shall have the right to organize and bargain collectively through
representatives of their own choosing, and shall be free from the
Interference, restraint, or coercion of employers of labor, or their








agents, in the designation of such representat~ives or in self-orgasni-
zation or in other concerted activities; (12) that no employee and no
one seeking employment shall be required as a condition of employ-
ment to jomn anyr company umion or to refrain from joining, organ-
izing, or assisting a labor organization of his ownrr choosing; and (3)
that employers shall comply wclith the maaximnum hours of labor,
minimum rates of pay, and other conditions of employment, approved
or prescribed by the President.."
ARTICLE 11I--CANCELLATION AND nfODIFICATION

This code~ and all the provisions thereof are expressly made subject
to the right of the 1President, in. accordance wFith Section 10 (b) of
Title I of the National Industrial Recovery Act, rule or regulation
issued under Title I: of said Act.
The undersigned Mlanufacturer hereby instrcts the Commnittee
or its Chairmlan to deliver this Code to the ALdministrattor of t~he
National Industr~ial Recovery Act at W~ashitintin,.D.C















































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