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Amendment to code of fair competition for the shoe and leather finish, polish, and cement manufacturing industry as approved on May 6, 1935
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Shoe and leather finish, polish, and cement manufacturing industry
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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Shoe industry -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Shoe-polish   ( lcsh )
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 621-05."
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"Approved Code No.184--Amendment No. 2."

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NATIONALLY RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



Al~MENDI~EN NT: TO1
CODE: OF FAI1R COMIPETITIONO~i



SSHOE AND LEATHER

FINISH, POLISH, AND CEMENT

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY


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For sale br the Seuerlcatedent of Documents, Washington, D. C. --- -- -Price 5 cents


Approved Code No. 184--Amendment No. 2


Registry No. 621-05


AS APPROVED ON IMAY 6, 1935


w e n o o v p a n


U.S. DEpOMJTOptY


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON :1935























This publication is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government
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Approved Code NVo. 184---Amendment No. 12


AMENDMENTS: TO CODE OFi ]FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

SH[OE AND LEATH`A[ER FIISH, POLISHH, ALND
CEMENT EMAN~UFACTRIN INIJDUJSTRY

As Approved on IMay 6, 1935


ORDER

APPROVING AIENDMIENT OF COD)E OF FArIR COMPETITION FiOR THE ;SHEOE
AND 12ATER IFINSISH, POLISH, AND CEMIENT ;1AINTTACTURINGS
INDUSTRY
An application having been duly mande pursunlnt to and in, full
compliance wiith the provisions of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery A~ct, approved June 16, 1933, for approval of an Amend-
ment to a Code of Fiair Competition for the Shoe and Leather Fin-
ishi, Ptolish, and Ceentn Mafon fact uIri ng Industry, and hearing having
been duly held thereon and the annexedl report on said Amltn !lendmnt
containing findings with respect thereto, having been made and
directed to thre ]President:
NOWV, TH`EREFOREtEi, on behalf of th~e Presidlent of the United
States, the N1~ational Industrial RecoveryS Board, pu~rsulant to authnor-
ity vested in it by Executive Orders of the Presidetnt, includringr
Executive Order No. 6859, datedl Septemnber 27, 1934, and otherwise,
does hereby incorporate by referecnce said annexed report andi does
find that the said .Amendmrent and the Code as co~nstituted after
beings amnended comply in all respects wF1ith the pertinent provisions
and will promote the! policy anld pulrpo~ses of said Title of said Act;
and does h~ereby order that said Amecndmentrl be andl~ it is hereby
approvedc, and that the previous approval of said Code is hereby
amended to include an approval of said Codle ini its entirety as
amended; such approval and such Amlendmelnt to take effect twenty
days from thie date hereof, unless good~ cause to the contrary is shown
to the Naltional Industrial Rfecovery Board, and thne Niationatl Indus-
trial Recovery Board, byV its further order, otherwFise directs.
NAnIoS.L INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY nOARD,
By3 W. ~A. Hxanusu.\N, Adm~inistrativ~e Of)Ecer.
.App~roval recommended :
JOSEPH F. BJATTLEY,
Division Admzinistrator.
WFAsmxSCTow, D., C.,
M~ay 6i, 19;35.
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]REPORT' TO THE PRESIDENT


The ]PRESIDENT,
The White HBouse.
SmR: This is a report on the Amendment to the Code of Fair
Competition for the Shoe and Leath~er Finish, Polish, and Cement
Manufacturing Industry which was approved by you on December
30, 1933.
A Public Hearing on the proposed Amendmnent was conducted
in W~ashiington on January 29, 1935, in accordance with the pro-
visions of t~he NP(ational I~ndustrial Recovery Act.
T'he Am~endment deletes the provisions in the Co~de of said Indus-
try as originally approved which have to do with the allowing of
dating and shipping on consignment in this Industry and sub-
stitutes in place thereof revised provisions covering the same subject.
The Amendenlllt'l provides that it shall be unfair competition for
any member of this Industry to give dating in excess of thirty days
except (1) on merchandise shipped from coast to coast v~ia the Pan-
amaa Clanal, in which. case an additional thirty dlays is allowed; (2) on
merchandise shipped on or after September 1st and prior to Decem-
ber 1st, where the purpose is to supply the customer with his winter
requirements, in which case a dating not exceeding February 1st
may be given; and (3) shipments of cleaners for wFPhite shoes made
on or after February 1st and prior to June 1st in. which case a dating
not exceeding June 1st may be given, and after June 1st there shall
be no dating in excess of sixty days.
By this Amendmnent consignment sales are limited to thirty days..
FINDINGS

The Deputy Administrator in his final report on said Amendment
to said Code having found as herein set forth and on the basis
of all the proceedings in this matter :
The ]Board finds that:
(a) The Amendment to said Code and the Code as amended are
well designed to promote th~e policies and purposes of Title I of
the National Inldustrial Recovery Act including the removal of
obstrulctions to the free flow of inter-state and foreign commerce
which tend to diminish the amount thereof, anld will provide for
the general welfare by promoting th~e organization of Industry for
the purpose of cooperative action of labor and management under
adequate governmental sanction and supervision, by eliminating unl-
fair competitive practices, by promoting the fullest possible utiliza-
tion of the present productive capacity of industries, by avoiding
undue restriction of production (except as may be temporarily re-
quired), by increasing the consumption of industrial and tgricul-
tural products through increasing purchasing power, by reducing








and relieving unem ployment, by imnprovingl standards of Inlbor, and
by otherw-ise rehabilitatingr Industry.
(b) The Codel as amendedr comphles in all resp~ects w~ith the pecr-
tinent prov\isions of saicd Title of said Act, inichl~cingr without linulita-
tionl sulbsetionl (a) of Sec~tion~ 3, sub sectionn (a) ohf Section 7, and
subsection (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) Trhe Amnendmient and the Code as amended aic~ re not clesigned~i
to and w-ill not e~lininate, or o~ppress small enterprises and' wil no~t.
operate to dtiscrimiinate against them.
(d) Thle Amendmlent and the Code as amndn~l~ed ar1e not dle~signedt
to andl will not permit mnc-topolies or mnaopo~listic~ prac~ticesi.
(e) Trhose engaged in other steps of the economic process have
not been deprived of the right to be heard pirwr to approval of'
said Amnendment.
Therefore, said Amnerndment. has been approved.
For thie NPational Industrial Recoveryr Board:
W. A. Hannusurv
Admin istrat~liv' e OjF)cer.
MaY 6, 1935.










AMENDMENT TO CODE OF` FiAIR COMPETITION FOR
THE SHOIE AND L~EATHEIER FiINISH, POLISH, AND
CEMENT INDUSTRY

Article VII, Section 2, Subsection E shall be eliminated and the
following substituted in place thereof:
E. To give dating in excess of thirty (30) days except as follows:
Exception #1.-On all merchandise shipped from Coast to Coast
via the Panama Canal the manufacturer may, if he so desires, allow
a dating of thirty days in. addition. to the regular thirty days.
Exzception # .--On all merchandise shipped on or after Septem-
ber 1st and prior to December 1st of any year where the purpose is
to supply the customer with his winter requirements, thne malnufac-
turer may, if he so desires, allow a dalzting not to exceed F'ebruary 1st.
Exception rk3.-On all shipments made on or after February 1st
and prior to June 1st of Cleaners for WChite Shoes the manufacturer
may, if he so desires, give a dating not to exceed June 1st and after
June 1st there shall be no dating in excess of sixty days.
Exception #4.--Provided, however, that the provisions of Excep-
tions #2 and #3, shall not be applicable to liquids for cleaning
wearing apparel sold under a tra~de name, and not sold as a basic
commodity.
Article VII1, Section 2, Subsection. H shall be eliminated and the
following substituted in place thereof:
To ship goods on consignment in excess of thirty (30) days. Or
for any manufacturer to ship merchandise to himself in care of a
customer, such practice being considered a subterfugre. This provi-
sion is not intended to prohibit shipping merchandise to a jobber
who acts as a warehouse point and who delivers to other jobbers for
the account of the Manufacturer. It is also not intended to apply to
shipments to a manufacturer's public or private warehouse.
Approved Code No. 184--Amendlment No. 2.
Registry No. 621-05.
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