NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
AMENDMENT TO SUPPLEMENTARY
C ODE OF FAIR C OMPE TITION
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Registry Nor. 409--06
Approved Code No. 201F--Amendment No. 2
Wf DQ QUR PARY~
(A DivFision of the Wiholesaling or Distributing Trade)
AS APPROVED ON JANUARY 14, 1935
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Approved Code No. 201F--Amendment No. 2
AMENDMV~ENIT TO SUrPPLEMIENTARY CODE O'F ]FAIR
WH7ROLESALIE STATIOPNERIY TRADE
As Approved on January 14, 1935
API'nolTNGh' IAMENDMENT OF SETPPLEMENTARYY CODE, OF FAIR COMIPETI-
TION FORl THE TY7HO1LESALE; STATIONERY TRADE
A DIVITSION oF TH-E WHO.L.E4. A LI G OR DISTR1IBUTING TRADE
An~ application having been d-uly mnade pursunotI111 to and~ in fu~ll
rcompllianl!c' w\\ithl the provision-l of Tit~le I of the Nia~tional Industr1ialf
Recovery(l'? Ac't. a\]3pp'~rove June 16, 1933, for approval of a.n amendt-
ment to a Supplementurltl y Coder of Fair Competition for the Whole-
sale Stationeryr Trade, to the C/ode of F'air Comnpetit~ion~ for thle
Whlealngor D~istributing Trade, and~ Notice of OpportunityS to
be HeardPc having been dtuly givenr aInd the annexedl replor~t on saidX
unsendinentt' n, 'conta~ining finldinlgs wifth respect thereto, hlavin~g been
madc'l a~ndl directed to thle Pres~cident:
NOW1, THEREF`ORE, on behalf of the? Presilelt of the U~niteda
States, thent N~ational~l Indust~rial Recover~y Board,~ pursuant to un~ther~l-
ity ves:ted~ in it by Exculrfitiv Or~der~s of t~he Presidenc~rt, includjugll
Ex~lecutive? Order No. 68,59, datetd September 27, 1934, and o~the~r ise,
dtoes herebyi incor porate, b~y reference, said n n ne xedr report an1d dloes
find that said amendmenllltlf and1 thle Clod-e as consltitulted after heing
am-tended omnply in all r'especit~ with. the per~tinlent prov>\isionsI~ and
will promote the policy and purposes of said TIitle of said Act, andr
does hereby order that said amendment be atnd it is hereby azpproved,
andi that the previous approval of said Code is hlereby amlendeid to
includes an upprl',\ovl of said Code in its entirety as amlended~t.
NYATIONAL INDlESTRIAL, RECOVERY BOARD,
By W. A. HARRIMAI~N Ad~i;,;?fid/iltr;1 Of.0 i Op r.
~A~lpp~r oal r~commnlnendted :
HARRY C. CARR,
,i etingS Didvione A dm inisfltratoir.
VSASINGCTO)N, ]D. C.,
January 14, 1936E.
1003 81 *-- 1 0-84i- -- 30 (1)
REPORT TIO THEfi PRfESIDENTN
r. Smr: TIhis is a. report of the Notice of OpportunitY to be 'Heard~
on an nInendinentlr u to the Suppulem~r e ntaryv Code of Fair Comupeltition
for the~ Wimle-leltc~ Stationery T'rad~e, a Division of thle W57holesa'ling
or D~i~stributingr TIradle. The amendment which is aIttachedr' was pre-
senltc d b.y thle Divisionarl~l Coe(lt Authority for the WVholesale Station,-
er~y Trade and has their approval.
The amendment contains th~e maximrum~ discount terms allowed
in the in-tance~l of sales where add~itional~l dat~ingr is given. These
terms wer~e appr)oved on April 21, but w-ere inadvertently omnitted
when cer1tainl am-endmenmts to the Code were approved on Sep~temlber
This amlendmnent alppear~s to be! inl no wayI contrary to es~tab.lishled
Th~le DeputyC Administrator ,1 in his final report to the Narttional
Industrial. Recovery B~oard on iaid amendmentlllll to said Code, having
Found as herein set forth an~d on the basis of all the prceediinlg s in
It finds that:
(a) The amlendmlent t~o said Code a~nd the Code as amlend'ed are
well des~igned to promote the policies aInd- purposes of Title I of the
Naltio~nal Industrial Recovery Act including the remiova~l of obstrue-
tions to the freet fflow of interstate and foreign commlllel~r c which tend
to d~iminish the amount thereof, and will provide for the general
wcelfare by pI' "romting the or~ganizat ion, of indus~~tryS for the purpose of
cooperative action of labor and manageme~ll~ll Inlt~l und r adequate gov,\ern-
mentalf~ l sanction and superv\ision,ll by eliminating unfair c~ompletitive
prac't il-s, by promo""tingi the fullest possible utilizat~ion of the p~resent
productive capner.ity. o.f industries, by azvoid~ingS undue re-trciction of
production (except as rany be temllporarily requ~ired~), by incr~easing
the! consumption of industral and agricultural products Ithrloughl in-
creasing purchasuing powe,n-- by reducing andl relieving unemllployg-
mlent, by improvmg~ standards of labor, and by othlerwise- rehabili-
(b)j The Code as amended complies inl all respects withl ~the perlti-
nent provisions of said Title of said~ Act, including without limita-
tion, Subsection (a) of Section 3, Sub,~ction (a) of Section 7 and
Subsection (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) The Code empowers the Code Authorlity. to present the afr~e-
said amendmlent on behalf of thne T]razde as a whole.
(d) The amendment!l~. I~ and the Code as amnendcedt are not des~igned
to and wTill not permit monopolies or monopolistic prne~ti~esi.
(e) The amendmllllent andi the Code as amended are not des~ignedl
to andi will not eliminate or oppress small enterprises and will no~t
opera';te to discr~imilnate against them.
(f) Those engaged in other steps of the economic pr~oces have
not been deprived of the right to be heard prior to appr~lova~l of said
For these reasons this amendment has been approved.
For the National Induastrial Recov\eryS Board:
W. A. HJInantax,\
JaNUvAny 14, 193;5.
A ED ETTO SU3PPL,~I EMENT'?ARY COD)E OF AIR~~
COMPIE:TTITIO FOR T'HE= WHO3LESALEF ,TiSTATIONE RY
There~c Sha~ll bet addedl to Setictin 3,: Article 1Y of ithe Suppinen1lrl-
taryu C'ode of Fair (complletitionl for the W"holesale Sl~tactionery Tradlie
Theu max~intunt cash <1i.countll t~ermls which salnlt apply to such1
,eaonll~rl~ or dating~ order-~I' Shalll be 9%/ tenl (10)) da~Ys. t~hir'ty (:0))
Appru~lved ~oi cd No. "110 F~-Amelndmnnlt Nro. 2.
Reg~irstry No. 40C -06.
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