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Approved Code No. 518
Registry No. 1333--14
NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
CODE OF FAIRt COMPETITION
AS APPROVED ON SEPTEM\IBER 7, 1934
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Approved Code Nol. 5i18
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITIONS;
SHUTTLE ~MANUFALCTURING INDUISTIRY
As Approved on September 7, 1934
APPnROVING THE BASIC CODE AS THE CODE OF FAIR COMTPT'I~TION FOR
THE SHUTTLE 11ANCFACTURING INDUSTRY
An application having been made pursuant to Administrative
Order No. X7-61, dated J~uly 10, 1934, for the approval of the Basic
Code, as modified and attached to the annexed report as Exhibit "'A",
as the Code of Fair Competition for the Shuttle M~anufacturing
Industry, defined for the purposes of this Order as follows:
The Shuttle M~anufacturing I'ndustry means and includes all cor-
parations and their subsidiaries, firms or individuals, engaged in
the manufacture and sale of Shuttles andr/or repair parts therefore,
and/,or repairing thereof for thle textile manufacturing industry;
and it appearingr to me that said, application is in full compliance
with the provisions of Title I of the National Industrial Recovery
Act, and that the annexed report onl said Code, containing findings
with respect thereto, has been made and directed to the President:
NOWT THCEREFO RE`, on behalf of thne President of thle Unit~ed
States, J, Hugh S. Johnson, Administrator for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant to authority vested in me by Executive Orders of the
President, including Exrecutive Order No. 6543-A, dated December
30, 1933, and otherwise, do hereby:
(a) incorporate byr reference said annexed report anld said Code,
as attached thereto marked Exhibit "A'"
(b) find that said Code complies inl ali respects with the pertinent
prove Isions and will promote the. policy and purposes of said Title
of said Act, and
(c) order that said Code be and it hereby is approved as the Codeo
of Fair Competition for the Shluttle Mfanufacturing Industry~, as
This Ordler shall become effective ten (10) days from the dlate
hereof unless prior to that ti me good cause to th~e cont rary is shiowPn to
me and I, by my further order, otherwise dir~ect.
Hoonc S. Jronrs~or,
Administrator for Irndlustrial Recover~y.
Approval recommended :
BARTow WC. Marnrar,
September 7r, 19348.
REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT
The WIT~te Houtse.
SmR: This is a report on the Code of Fair Compet~ition for the
Shuttle M~anufacturingr Industry, which was presented by duly quali-
fied~ and aulthorizedl representative of the. Industry, complying with
statutory r~equiremlents, said to represent 75 per cent in volume of
sales of the Industr~y which could be included in this Code.
The American Shuttle Mianufact~urers' Association, being truly
representative of the Shuttle Mannufacturing Industry, has elected
to avail itself of the option of submitting a Basic Code of Fair Com-
petition, as provided in Administrative Order X-61, dated July 10,
This Industry fabricates and assembles and sells shuttles, and~/or
repair parts therefore and, or repairing thereof for the Textile MIanu-
According to statistics furnished by members of the Shuttle
Mannufacturmg~ Industry, there are. approximately twenty-five con-
cerns engaged in the Industry, with aggregate annual sales of
$;750,000.00. The Industry employs about 325 persons.
PROVISIONS OF THE CODE
The hour and wage provisions of this Code establish a maximum
40 hour work wTeek and a minimum wage of thirty-five cents per hour.
This is simiilar to the mlinimumm wage in the Bobbin and Spool In-
dlustry w~hich~ is closely related to it. The other hour and wage pro-
visions are similar to those in that Ciode. The remaining provisions
of the Code are those of the Basic Code of Fair Competition, as pro-
videdd in Aidministrative Order X-61, dlated July 10, 1934.
The Deputy Administrator in his final report to me on said Code
having found~ as herein set forth andi on the basis-of all proceedings
in this matter:
I find that:
(a) Said Code is well designed to promote the policies and pur-
poses of Title I[ of the National Industrial Recovery Act, including
removal of obstructions to the free flow of interstate and foreign
com-merce which tend to diminish the amount thereof and will pro-
vide for the general welfare by promoting the organization of in-
dust~ry for the~ pulrpose~ of cooperat~ive ation amngln trade groups, by
inducing andl maintaiinig united~i action of labor and maunage~ment
under adequate gover~nmental sanctions and supervision, by elimni-
nating unfair competitive practices, by promoting the fullest pohsib~le
utilization of the present pr~oductive cazpacity of Irtuindusies, by avoidl-
ing undue resjtriction of production (except as may be3 temporarily
required), by increasingr the consumpItion of indlustrial and ~g~ri-
cultur~al products through increasing pulrchasingr power, by red2ucintr
and reliev~ing unemploymentn, by impr:oving standards of labor, an9
by otherwise rehabilitatingr industry.
(b) Said Ind~ustry3 normally emlploy~s not more than 50),000~ em-
ployees; and is not classified by me: as a major industry.
(c) The Code as approved complies in all respects writh the pert-
inent provisions of said Title of. said Act, including without limi-
tation Subsection (a) of Section 3, Subsection (a) oP Section 7, and
Subsection (b) of Section 10 thereo~f and thast the applicant asso-
ciat~ion is an industrial association truly representatives of the afore-
said Industry; and that said association imposes no inequritable re-
strictions on admission to membership therein.
(d) The Code is not designled to and will not permit mono~polie~s
or monopolistic practices.
(e) The C'ode is not designed to and will not eliminate or op~press
fnsmall e~nterprises andn will not. operante ton isrimi~~;nate aga~ins~t them.
(f) Those engaged in other stepl~s of the economic process have not
been deprived of the right to be heard prior to approval of said
For these reasons, this Code hias been approved.
Heana S. JoIINSON,
SEPTEM3BER 7, 1934.
EXHIBIT "'A." CODE OF~ FAITR COMPETITION FOR THE
SHUTTLE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
To effectuate the policies of Title I of the National Industrial
Recver Ac, te flloingprovisions are established as a basic
ICoder oft Far omeiio foloir the Shuttle Mianufacturing Industry
which shall govern this industry in accordance with Administra-
tive Order No. Xi-61, dated July 10, 1934.
The Shuttle M~anufacturing Industry means and includes all
corporations and their subsidiaries, firms or individuals, engaged
in the manufacture and sale of Shuttles and/or repair parts t~here-
for, and,/or repairing thereof for the textile manufacturing industry.
SECTTON 1. No employee shall be permitted to workr in excess of
forty (40) hours in any one week or eight (8) hours in any twentyV-
four (24) hour period nlor more than six (6) days per week, except
as herein otherwise3 provided.
SECTION 2. The mlaximuml hours fixed in Section 1 shall not apply
to employees engaged in an executive, managerial or supervisory
capacity, who receive mnore than thirty-fiv-e ($35.00) dollars per
week, and outside salesmen.
SECTION 3. The mlaximum hours fixed in Section 1 shall not apply
to any employee on emergency maintenance or emergency repair
wvork: involving breakdownls or protection of life or property, but
in any such special case at least one and one-half (11%/) times the
regular rait~e shall be paid for hours worked in excess of eight (8)
hours per day and forty (40) hours per week.
SECTION 4. T;Vntcmen may be employed not more than fift~y-six
(56) ho~ur~s in any one (1) week.
SECTION 5. Maintenance crews, engineers, firemen, truckmen, ship-
Pmg~ clerks and delivery employees may be permitted to work not
in excess of forty-five (45) hours in anyr one '(1) week, providedi
that not less than one and one-half (1%)j times the nor~mal rate of
pasy shall be paid for hours worked in pexcss of eight (8) hours per
day alnd forty (40) hours per week.ie nScin1 hl o pl
for six (6) weeks in any twenty-six (26) weeks' period, during which
time overitimie shall not exceed eight (8) hours in any one week
provided, however, that in any such special case at least one an;I
one-half (~1/) times the regular rate shanll be paid for hours workeed
in excess of eight (8) hours per day and forty (40) hours per week.
,SECTION 7. N accounting, clerical or 05ice employee shall be em-.
ployed in excess of forty (40) hours in any one (1) week or nine (9)
hours in any one (1) day. Eight (8) hours shall constitute a normal
SECTION 8. No employer shall knowingly permit any employee to
wor'k for any time, which, wchen totaled with that already performed2
for another employer or employers, exceeds the maximumn permittedl
SECTI~ON 9. Employers performing mnanual w-ork or who are en-
gagedl in mechanical op~er~atlonls shall not ecseed the prsc~rib~ed mnaxi-
mumi Inumber of hours.
SECTIO)N 10. No employee shall be paid less than thirty-five cents
than fourteen dollars ($14.00) per week.
SECTIION 11. ThiS Airticle establlishes a minimum rate of pay re-
gardless of whether an employee is comlpensanted on a time-rate, pIelce-
workl or other basis.
SECTION 12. Female employees per~forming substantiallyy thte same
quantity or class of work, or performing the same duties, as male
employees shall receive the samne rates of pay as m~ale employees.
SECTroN 13. All wages shall be adjusted' so as to manintainl a dif-
ferenltial at least, as gr~eat in, amount as that existing on June 16,
1933, between wages for such employment and the then minima. In
no case shall there be any reduction ini hourly rates; nor in weekly
earnings for any reduct.ionl in hours of less than. thirty per cenlt.
SEcTION 14. Atn employer shall make payment of all wanges due in
lawful currency or by a negotiable check payable on dem~and.
SEcTION 15. No employer, whether act~ingr through agents or other-
wise, shall accept rebates or give anythingT of value or extend favors
.to any person for the purpose of influencing rates of pay or the
workting conditions of his emp~lloyees.
SECTION 1. Chll Lbof.-RO person under sixteen years of ngs
shall be employed in the industry in any capacity. No person under
eighteen years of age shall be employed at operations or occupations
which are hazalcrdous in naturle or dangerous to health. The Code
Authority shall submit to the Administratorr for approval before
October 1, 1934, a list of such operations or occupaitionls. In any
State ain emplloyer shall be deemed to have comp;~llied! with~ this pr~o-
visio~n as to age if he shall ha-ve on file a valid certificate or permit
dutly signed by the authority in such State empowered to issue eml-
ploym"ent or a~ge certificates or permits, showing that the emplloyee
Is of the required age.
SECTION 2. ApprenlticeS.--The hours and w~ages of regularly in-
dentured apprentices in skilled trades or occu~aitions of the indurst ry
may deport from the stanIa rds hlereinabove pr1escribed ; providedr that
the terms of employment and the course of instruction of such ap-
prentices shall conform to standards uniform throughout the trade
or industry and approved by ~the Admninistrator..
SEaoTIO 3. Harndicappe~d Persovwl~.- A person whose earning ca-
pacit~y is limited because of age, physical or mental handlicap, or other
infirmity, may be employed on light work at a wage below the min-
mum established by this Code, if the employer obtains from the State
authority designated by the United States Department of Labor, a
certificate authorizinga such person's employment at. such wages and
for such hours as shall be stated in the certificate. Such authority
shall be guidedl by the instructions of the United States Department
of Labor in issuing certificates to such persons. Each employer shall
file monthly wit~h the Code Authority a. list of all such persons em-
ployed by him, showing the wages paid to, and t~he maximum hours
of work for such~ employee.
SECTION 4. Safety anld Hea~th..-Every employer shall make rea-
sonable provision for the safety and health of his employees at the
place and during the hours of their employment. Standards for
safety and health sh~all be submitted by the Code Authority to the
Administrator 'for approval within six months after the effective date
of this Code. The standards approved shall thereafter be a part of
this Code and enforceable as such.
SECTION 5. Requcired Labor Clauses.--The provisions of Section
7 (a) of said Act are hereby incorporated herein by this reference
and shall be complied wit~h.
This Code shall be administered by the General NRA Code Author-
ity which shall be selected pursuant to, have the powers specified in
and function in accordance with Administrative Order X-62, dated
July 10, 1934; provided, however, that, on approval by the Admin-
istrator, any industry so desiring may elect its own Code Authority
to have powers and to function in the manner prescribed for the
General N. R. A. Code Aut~horityr and under such rules and regula-
tions as the Administrator may prescribe.
ARTICLE -T 1RADE PRACTICES
(a) It shall be an unfair method of competition for any mem-
ber of any trade or industry subject hereto to violate any rule of
fair trade practice for such trade or industry even if not herein
contained when approved by the Administrator, or, in the case of
trade practice provisions for trades or industries under the juris-
diction of the Secretary of Agriculture w~hen approved by such
Secretary, on application concurred in by seventyr-fve (75~) per
cent of the members of such trade or industry.
(b) Prices, rebates, discounts, commissions and conditions of sale
shall be filed as prescribed in Administrative Order No. Xi-62, dated
July 10, 19341, and it shall be an unfair method of competition to
violate or fail to comply with the terms of that Order.
Section 10 (b) of sa~id Act is hereby incorporated herein by
reference and this Code is expressly made subject thereto.
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