GOVERNMENT PRINTING, OFFICE:
WASHINGTON s 1935
UNIV. OF FL Ubl.
O3 ME P .,
NAkTIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
AMENDMENT TO SUPPbLEMIENT~ARY
CODE OF FAI91R COIMIP~ETIT~ION
ROOFING AND SHEET MaETAL
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Registry No. 1616-98
App-oved Code No 24i4H-Amendment No. 1
(A Divisiion. of the Construction Industry)
AS APPROVED ON MARCH 20, 1935
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Approved Code No. 244H--Amendmnent No. 1
A1MEiINDMENT TO SULTPPLEMENTl~ ARYR CODE: OF FAIR
ROO]F'ING ANC~D SHE-IEIET MNJET~AL CO~NITRAC TI[NG
As Approved on March 20, 1935
AIPPROVING AMIEN DM ENT OF SUPPLEM~CENTARY CODE OF FAIR COMPETI-
TION FOR THE ROOFING AND SHEE BIETAL CONcTRACTING INDUSTRY
A DIVISION OF THFE CONSTRUCTION INDEl. THY
An application having been. duly made~r pursurntt to and in full
compliance w~ithl the provisions of Title I of thle National Industrial
Recovery Act, approv,\ed June 16, 1933, for approval of an amend-
ment to a Code of Fair Compet~ition for the Roofing and Shee~ct.
Mretall Contracting Industry, a D~ivision of the Construction Industry,
and hearingrs having been duly held thereon and the annexed report
on said amlendme!nt containing findings with resp~lec~t therleto, hav\ingP
breen made and direc-tedl to the. President;
NOW, TH~EREFiORE, on behalf of the Pres~idetnt of the U~nited
States, the National Indusrltria~l Recovery Board, pursuant to author-
ity ve~sted. in it by Ex~ec~utive Orders of the Presidetnt, including
Executive Order Nuo. 0;850, dated Sepititember 27, 1934 and otherwise;
does hereby incorporate by referetnc~e said annexred report and does
find that said amet~ndmentclit anld the Code as c~onstitutedl after being
amended comply in all respects with the pertinent provisions and
will promote the policies and pur~poses of said title of said act; and
does hereby order that said amnendmentn be and it is hereby approved,
and that the previous approval of said Codie is hereby amended to
include an approval of said Code in its entir~ety as amended.
NATIONAL TSDUAsTRIA-L RecoverT~ BOARD.
By W~. A.~ Thanor.1xN Admlinilitrative Of~iker.
_Approval re~conunlended :
IRoBT. NI. CAMSPBELL,
Acting Divisionz Admrinistrator.
WAIISHTINGON D. C.,
Ma~zrch t20, 1935.
REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT
The White HPouse.
Smn: This is a report on amendments to the Supplementary Code
of Fair Competition for the Roofing and Sheet Mfetal Contracting
Industry, a Division of the Construction Indlustry, which was ap-
proved by you on Mlay 10, 1934.
The effects of these amendments will be:
1. To require observance of safety and health standards.
2. To prevent cliscr1imirnation against employees who give evidence
of violation of the Code.
3. TIo change~c the name of the Code Authority and provide for thte
filling of vacancies in its membership.
4. T'o provide for the establishment of impartial Surveyr Bureaus.
5. To requlire that records otherwise required by the Code be
kept accurately and be available for inspection to verify reports.
6. To add the usual provision regarding assessment and par-
ticipation in Code Authority activities.
The Deputy Administrator in his final report on said amnendiments
to said Code having found as herein set forthn and on the basis of
all the: proceedings in this matter:
The Board finds that:
(a) Tlhe amndmetntlle ls to said Code and the! Code as amlended~ are
well des~iogned to promllote the policies and pu~rposes of Title I of the
National Indusltridl Recovery Act including the remloval of obstrue-
tions to the free flow of interstate and foreign comnmer~ce wrJhich tend
to diminish the amount thereof, and will provide for the general w~el-
fare by p~romnoting~ the orgarnizntion of indul~str~y for thle purpose of
cciooperative aIctio~n of labor and m1Hnacnage nt under adlequate govern-
mental sanction and sulperv\ision, by elimninating unfair competitive
practices, by pr~omotingf the fullest possible uitiliza~tioni of the present
prodluctive c~pac~ity of industries, bly avoidling undue rest~ic~tion of
production (except as may be tem~porarlily required), by increasing
the! consumption of indcucstrial and agriculturaa l products through in-
crainciiig puirichasing power, by r~edrucing and relievilgr unlemploy-
ment, b~y improving stalndards of labor, and by otherw-i e rehlabilitut-
(b) The Colle uls amndcnl d comlplies in all respects with the pe~r-
tinenllt prov,\isions of said Title of said Aict, including without limijta-
tionj~l ubeto(a) of Section 3, subsection (a) of SEcction 7 and~
~~lsubset ion (b) ofSection 10 thereof.
(c) Thie Colle empo~wers the D~ivisiona~l Code Authtor~ity to present
the aforesaid amlenllhnentsu on behalf of thie IndustryV as a wRhole.
(d) The amendments and tlhe Code as amended are not designed
to and will not permit monopolies or monopolistic practices.
(e) Th~e amendments and the Code as amended are not designed~
to and will not eliminate or oppress small enterprises and will not
operate to discriminate against them.
(f) TIhose enrgagaed in other steps of the economic process have not
been deprived of the right to be heard prior to approval of said
For these reasons, therefore, the National Industrial Recovery
Board hnas approved said amendments to the Roofing and Sheet
Metal Contracting Industry's Chapter of thne Code of Fair Comz-
petition of thle Construction Industry.
For the National Industrial Recovery Board:
WV. AA. HARRIMAN,
MARCH 20, 1935.
AM~ENDMIENT1 TO SUPPLEMEfI:NTAIRY CODE OFi FAIR
COMPETITION FOR THE ROOjFING AN'D SHEET
M\ETALI CONTILRACITING INDUPSTRtY
A DIVrISION OF THIE CONSTRUCTION INDE'STRY
ARTICLE lr. SII:.CHOI(N 7. Amend by adding hentenlc~e :
After approval such. standards shall become the nlininuanr l standi-
alrds of safety and health for all Inemb~lers of this Division and shall
he enforceable as part of this code.
A1RTICLE, II.I:. E'TION 9. Amend by adding new section to bJe known
as Section 9:
No employee shall be dli mli~. ed, demoted, or othierwise discr~imli-
nlatedl against by I''lreaso of mlakiing~ a complaint or g~iv'ing e~viden~lce
~with re pc~lrt. to an alleged~ violation of any code.
ARTICLE III. LCF.CTION 1. Amllend byr inserting the following~ word~fs
in th~e filst. line after the wor~lds Divisional~l Codelt Authority "":
whlich may b~e known as the National Code Authority for the RoofiTngS
aind Shieet Me~tal Coll~nrc~ting Division,
Amlendr by adding paragraph:
In the event of a vacancy caused by reaslon of death, resignn ia,,
disqualification or o~therw\ise, occurring before the exp~irationl of a
te~rml or before a sul.c.essor has been elected, the 1tlliremanan memlbe~s
shall elect a mlemnber to fill the vacancy to serve for the balance
of the unexpired terml or until a sulcce--orl has been electccd; such
member to be elected from the same subdivision or subd~~ivisionsl
of the indusltry! and the same zone as the member he su1c~ceeds reprie-
sented, and shall be elected with thle same conrsider~lation given to rep,-
r~esentation in Ir'especrt to geogra';phical location.
ARTICLE IIII. SECTION 3. Amend hv? addcing ilub c~tionls:
(e) TIo establish or approve w-hen it deems adv~iisale implartial
Srvey..~\ Burlealus for dlefinedrl local districts, for the purpose of proc-
vidling a correct ectiianate or tabu~lationi of qual~ntities of mateintI~i is
requ~ir~ed on projects. Any tabulantionl or estimated of qualntities pro-
vidled by suchel a Surrvey Bureau must be itemiizedf in, a ma~nner ctabl-
lishedl byI trade practice in thle particular distr~ict and. mulst not h~e
pr'iced. Tfhe Di~visionlal Code: APuthority sha l~l nt e~stablish~ or ap-
prove'' any such Su~rv~y Bureau~~ unless it is catisfiedc that .such BReacu
is mprlal ndfulycomnpcltiet and equipped to fu1rnish ther est~i-
msla'te or Nuation ofu qu'antities hecrecini referred to, anIrl until the
a1pproval of thie N\ationnl~i Industr!ial Recovery1'\ Board is obltaiinedl
thlerefto. If thle apprvll.\: I of the National Industrial Rc'.overy'J Boarld
subject to such conditions; or comltlljionsl aS appear:1I inl theC Nation1ll
Ind ui-t rial ]Recovery B~oard's Order.
(f) Each l1nionsher of theC industry shall kee n-cuat and(~I: 1 flc~omleteC~
recv.rd~.c of itS tranlsat('ionsl in thle inelust'3' \\ry '"'\'' whenever ]uCho' rord ma
be requliired~ undrr~~ any of the po Ilc\iinll.C of this Code,I1' and~ salnl fiu-
Illil :Ic'*Pura:te reports h:1-ed1 upon .-ne-h c(11 reor., mineerni ner ally of~
such:lc-t\ivilt \ill'l when relica.'l hv. the Code Authoityl'i\ or thel'aI~tonllll
Industriall ReI\Cover Boar1ld. If tdhe Code Arithlority~ or 'theC ba-
tional Industr~ial Rec~overy Board shall determine that su~rbstanrtial
doubt exists as to the ne~cur~nac of any slc~h report, so much of the
pertinent books, records anld papers of such member as may be re-
!luir~ed for the verification of such report may be examined by an
Impartial agency, agreed uponr between the Code Aluthority and
such member, or, in the absence of agreement, appointedf by the
National Industrial Recovery Board. In no case shall the facts dis-
closed by such examinationl be made avanilable in iden~ttifiable formn
to any competitor, whether on thne Code At~uthority or otherwise, or
be given any other publication, except such as may be required for
the propJler' admlini-;lst aion or enforcement of the provisions of this
AIRTICLE III, SECTION 4. Amend to read as follows:
1. It being found necessary in order to support the adminlist ration
of this Code and to maintain the standards of fair competition estab-
lishled hlereulnder and to effecctuate the policy of the Act, the D~ivi-
sional Code Authnority is authorized:
(a) To incur such r~easonab~le obligations as are necessn ry and
pr'opecr for the foregoing purploses, and to meet such obligations out
of funds which may be raised as hereinafter provided and which
shall. be held in trust for the purposes of the Code;
(b) To submit to the National Industrial Recovery Board for its
approval, subject to such notice and opportunity to be heard as it
may deem necessary (1) an itemized budget of its estimated expenll~se
for the foregoing purposes, and (2) an equitable basis upon which
the funds necessary to support such budget shall be contribulted by
members of- thnis Division;
(c) After such budget and basis of contribution have been ap-
proved by thne National Industrial IRecovery Board, to determine
and obtain equitable contribution as above set forth by all membert~s
of this Division, and to that end~, if necessary, to institute legali
proceedings therefore in its own name.
2. Each Mlemlber of this Division shall pay his or its equitable
co.ntr~ibution to the expenses of thre maintenance of the Divisionall
Code Authority, determined as hereinabove provided, and subject to
rules and regulations pertaining th~ereto issjued byv the National
Industrial Recovery Board. Only members of this Djivision comnply-
ing wsith the Code and contributing to the expenses. of its adminis-
tration as hereinabove provided (unless duly exrempted from making
such cont r~ibutio~ns) shall be entitled to participate in the selection
of members of the D~ivisional Code Author~ity or to receive the bene-
fits of any of its voluntary activities or to make use of any emblemn
or insignia of the National Recovery Administrationl.
3. The Divisional Code Authorityr shall neither inlcur nor pay any9
obligation substantially in excess of the amount thereo~f as estl-
mated in its approved budget, and shall in no evernt exceed the
total amount contained in the approved budget, except upon approv~sal
of the National Industrial Recovery Board; and no subsequent
budget shall contain any deficiency item for exrpendlitulre in excess
of prior budget estimates except those which the' Nationatl Industrial
~ReoiveryT Board shall have so approved.
approvedd Code No. 244H---Amenmenet No. 1.
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