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Approved Code No. 161-Amendment No. 6
Registry No. 911--28
NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
OF FAIR COMPETITION
WE Do OUR PART
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
FUR DRESSING AND
FUR DYEING INDUSTRY
AS APPROVED ON MARCH 23, 1935
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Approved Code ;No. 161-Amendmentsl No. 6
AlMENDMlENT TO CODE OFi FAIR COMPETITION
FUR DRhESSINiG: AND FUR DYIEINI;G INDTIUSTIRY
A9s Approv~ed on M~arch 23, 1935
APrroviKGs AMENDMENT OF CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FliOR THE FUR
D)RESSING AND FUR DYEING INDUJSTRYP
An applications having been duly made pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of Title I of the National Industrial
Rtecoer~y Act, approved June 16i, 1933, for appro-val of an amend-
ment to a Code of ]Fair Competition for the Fur D~ressingr and Fur
Dyeing Industry, and hearings having been duly held thereon and
the annexred report on said amendment, containing findings with
respect thereto, having been made and directed to the Pres~ident:
NOW, THEREFORE, on behalf of the Presidenlt of the United
States, the National Industrial Recovery Board, pursuant to atu-
t~hority vested in. it by Execu[tive Orders of the President, including
Execuotive Order No. 6859, and otherwise, does hereby incorporate by
reference said ann~exed report and does find that said amendment and
thne code as cons~titutedl, after being amended, comply in all respects
wIpith the pertinent provisions and will promote the policies and
purposes of said title of said act, and does hereby order that said
amndmenlllllt. be and it is hereby approved, and tha~t the previous
approval of said code is hereby amended to include an approval of
said code in its entirety as amended.
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVEY BOARD,
By W. ~A. HEARRIMAa N Adml~iflnfitrat 07iveOcer.
PRENTIss L. COONLEY,
WASHINIIGTON, D. C.
March 13, 1935.
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REPORT TCO TH-IE PRESIDENT
Thle W~hite Hlouse.
Sla: TPhis is a, report on the a7men dment to the Code of Fair Compe-
tition for the Fur Dressing and F'ur Dyeing Industry\ and on the
hearing conducted thereon in Watshington, D. C., on D~ecember 20,
1934, in accordance with the provisions of Title I of the National
Industrial 1Recovery Act.
Thle Code ~Aut~hority~ of the Fur Dre~Esingr and F'ur Dyeing Indlust ry
has availed itself of the provision in Sect lon 2 of Article X: of the
Code of Fcair Competition for the Fiur Dressing and Fur Dyeing
Industry, approved b~y the ~Admninistrator on the 1_8th1 of December,
nisvxia~ o r AMENDM\ENT
1. The amendment calls for the deletion of Section 6, Artic~le III
of the Code, which was incorporanted in th~e Code as part of An~iend-
ment No. 1, approved June 30, 1934.
The Deputy Adm~rinistrator, in his final report to the National In-
dustrrial Rtecovery Board on said amendment to saidl Code, having
found as herein set forth and on the basis of all the proceecdings in
this matter :
The National Industrial Recovery Board finds th-at:
(a) The amendment to the said Code and the Coder as amended
are well descignedl to promote the policies and purposes.-F of Title I
of the N~ational Industrial Recovery Ahct, including the Iremova\l of
obstructions to th~e free flow of interstatec and foreign ccorru-n-lriee,
w;Thich tend to diminish the alou~nt thereof, anld will provide for
the general welfare by p~romotingr th-e orga;nizantion! of industry for
the purpose of cnooperatlive action amonc-!g trade!t groups~. by inducing
and Iuir!tintinin unitred action of labor and main Ienwnllc~~t~ under nI:!-
qluate governmnental sanction and supervision, by elimninating~t unfair
compe~titive p;r~tice--, by promoting; the fullest possible ultilizalioln
of th-e pr enrlt prodw-rtive cpne:ncity of thle inldu.-tric-, by av-oiding~
undue res.-t fictions of production (exrcep~t as mtay be temporarily
rcquired),t) by increasing the consumpi tion of industrial and agrial'.1-
tural products through increasing purchnasing power, by redne~cingS
and relie~vingc unem~plolyment, by implroingr In n Jn rds~ of labor, an1l
by otherw\\i4 e rehablilitat~ing1 indul rstr\.
(b) TIhe Code as amendedl~ comnplies in a.ll re~spects with the perti-
n~ent prLovisio)ns of said T'itle of said At~ct, i w-l!ding without limnitation
Sub-section (a) of Section 3, Sub-section (a) of Sc~t ion '7 a@1 Sub-
section (b) of Scrt inn 10, thereof.
(c) The Code emlpow~ers the Codel ~Authority to present. the afr~e-
said almen-dment in behalf of th~e Industry as a whole.
(d) Thie almendmllent and thle Code as amended are not designed
to and will not permit mnonopolies or monopolistic pr1act~ices.~
(e) Thne ammen entcll and the C'ode as amesnded are not des~igned.
to and will not e~limnirnate or oppress small etertlprises andj will not
ope rante to d1 iscr imI~i Ia t( against them.
(f) Those engagedl in other steps of the economic process have
not been deprived of the right to be~ hea~rdl pr~ior to approval of said
FLor the National Indc.ultriall Rtecovery Bo0ar~d:
Ml.\ncur 23, 1935.
SA~MENDMIENT TO CODE OFi FAIR COIMPETTITION1 FOR THE
FiURt DRESSING ANL\D FiUR D'YEIN~G INDUSTRY
1. T1o amlend the C'ode of Fair Compe~cttiton for the F'ur Dressing
and Fur Dyeing Inldustry by the deletion of Ar~ticle III, Section 6.
Approvred Co~de No. 181-Amendim entt No. 6.
Resistrly No. ,11->L.
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