Amendment to supplementary code of fair competition for the leather and shoe findings trade (a division of the wholesali...

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Amendment to supplementary code of fair competition for the leather and shoe findings trade (a division of the wholesaling or distributing trade) as approved on September 27, 1934
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Leather and shoe findings trade
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"Registry No. 910-01."
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"Approved Code No. 201I--Amendment No. 1."

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Approved Code No. 201 I--Amendment No. 1


Registry No. 910--01


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



AMlENDMIENT TO SU]PPLEM'IENTARY

CODE OF FAIR~ COMPETEITION
FOR THE

LEATHER AND SHOE

FINDINGS TRADE

(A Division of the WVholesaling or Distributing Trade)


AS APPROVED ON SEPTEMBER 27, 1934


WE DO OUR PALRT


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934























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Approved Code No. 201 I-mendmnent No. 1


AMENDMENT T`O SUPPLEMENTARY COD)E: O)F FAIR
COMPETITION
FOR THIE

]L;EATH3ERf~ ANAAAAA~~~~D SH-OIE FMINDINGS 1TRADEt

As Approved on September 27, 1934


ORDER

APPROV7ING AMRENDMZENT TO SUPPL;EMENTARY CODE OF FAIR COMPETI-
TION FOR THE LEATHZER~ AND SHOE FINDINGS TIRADE

A DIVISION OF THE% WHOICLESA\LNG OR DISTIHIRETING TRADE
A~n application having been duily made pursuant to and in full
comnpliance with the provisions of Title I of the ~National Industrial
Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for approve il of an am-end-
ment to the Supplementarylr Code of Fair Compyetition for the Leather
and Shoe Findings Trade to the Codec of Fair Competition for the
Wholsaling or Distributing Trade, and opportunity to be heard-
thereon having been given and the annexedc' report on said amnendc-
m~ent, containing findlings with respect thereto, having been made
anld diirected to the IPresident:
NOW, THEREFORE, on behalf of the Pr~esid~ent of the United
Statesi, I, Hugh S.Johnson, Admlinistrator for Industrial Recoverry,
pursuant to authority ve~sted~ in me by Exccut i ve Orders of thle Presi-
dent, including Execultive Order No. 6543--A, datedc December 30,
1933, and otherwise; do hcr eby3 irw~orporate"t by. reference, said an-
nexed report and do find that said amendments. jmd thle Supplemen-
tar~y Code as constitutedl after being amlll-ende compnlly in all respects
with, the pertinent provisions and will pr~omlote the policy and pur-
poses of said Title of said Act, and do hereby order that said amend-
ment be and it is hereby approved, and that the previous alpproval~
of said Supplemnentary Code is her~ebyl amndtlced to inc~ludle an ap-
proval of said Supplemenmtary Code in its entirety as am~ended.
HUGH S. JoHNSON:,
Adml;iidStrator (i for Indrustrial Recovery.
Approval recommended :
IROBERTII L. HOUI~STON,
Division, Administrator.
WCASHINGTTON, I).C.,
September 7, 1'934.
881222*---1181-122----34 (11














Th~e PRESIDENT,
The W~hite H~ouse.
Smw: This is a report on the amnendment of the Supplementary
Code of Fair Competition -for the L~eather and Shoe Findings Trade
as approved by me onr May 17, 1934. Application was made under
date of July 30, 1934, by the Divisionlal Code Atuthority for the
Leather and Shoe Fiiidings Trade, for amendment of thle provisions
of Article III, by adding a Secstion. 5. Fiair notice of opp~ortulnity
to file objections to this amendment was given to all interested par~ties.
This atmendment was drawn up and proposed in accordance within
Executive Order No. 667T8, daltedl April 14, 1934, and w-1ith the L~egl
Division's suggested wording for such amendments. It is intended
to govern the co~llection of assessments for code administration by the
Leather and Shoe Findings Trade.
This amendment does not in any wayr affect. the labor provisions
of the Supplementary Code or anything other than assessment for
expgenses of code administration.
The D~eputy Admllinistr~ator in. his final report to me onr said amend-
ment to said Supplemnentary Code having foulnd as herein set forth,
a nd on the basis of all thle proceedings in this matter.;
I find that:
(a) The amendment to said Supplem~entary Code and the~ Supple-
mlentary Code as amnendled are well designed to plromlote thie policies
and purposes of Title I of the Nat~ional Industrial Recovery Act in-
cludinog the removal of obstructions to the free flow of interstate and
foreign c~ommler~ce which tend to diminish the amount thereof, and
will pro~vid~e for the genertlf welfare by promnoting the organization
of industry for the purpose of cooperantire :action of labor and man-
agrement ulnder adcequalte gov\ernmecntal sanictIon and supervision, by
celminating unnfair comp~etitive practices, by promnoting t~he fullest
possib~le utilization of the present~ pr~oductive calpacityS of industries,
by avoid~ing~ undue restric~tion of .rodluction (except as mlay be tem-
porarily reqlliuired), by increcascin l t~he con~sumpltion of industrial and
agriculltura~l products through inr~cn;rreaingpurchasngnr power, by re-
dueinge and believing ulnempIloyment, byimprovinig standards of
labor, alnd by othecrwnise rehab~ilitating indstry9.
(b) The $upple mntantry Code as amendled complies in all respects
w~ith the pertinlent p~rovisionsn~ of said TPitle of said~ Act, including
without limitati~ in Subs~eCtion (a) of Sectionl 3, Subsection (a) of
Sct'ionl 7, and Subs~cctio~n (b) of Sc~tionl 10 thereof.
(c) Thle National~l TLea;fther and Shoce Finders Association was and
is a trader associationl truly r~epresenltative of thes aforesaid trade and
that. said a.sscn-intion~ imposed~t and~ imlposes no inequitanble restrictions
on adm~ission1 to membelrlrshlip there~tin and c~onlsents to this amendment.


REPORT TO TH3E PR~ESIDENT








(d) The a~mendmtent, and the Supplementary Code as amended are
not desiganedf to and will not permit monopolies or monopolistic
practicees.
(e) The amendment and th~e Suppleml~entar~y Code as amended are
not designed to and will not elimninnate or oppress small enterprises
and will not operate to discriminate against them.
(f) Those ellngaged in other steps of the economic process hav\e not
been deprived of the right to be heardS prior to alpproval of sanid
amendment.
For these reasons, I have alpprov,\ed this amendment to the Supp~le-
mentary Code! of Fair Competition for th2e Leather and Shoe Fiind-
imgs Trade.
Re spec t f ullyI,
Husecr S. JOHNSON,
Admin;~istrat or.
SEPTEMBER 27> 1934.











AMrENDMENrPIT TO SUPPL EMIE NTARY CODE OFl F~AIR
COMPETITION FOR THIE LEATHER AND SH-OE FIPND-
INGS TRADE

A DIVISION OF[1 THE WHrO;ESALING; OR DISTRIBUTING TRADE

There shall be added to Article III a new sections as followvs:
5 (a) tI~t bingt found neccssar~y in order to support the adiminis-
tration of this Snupplemerntarly Code and to maintain the standards
of fair compl~ietition established herennll der' and to effectulate the policy
of the Act, the Divisional Code Authority is author~ized~:
(1) To incur such reasonable obligations as are necessary and
proper for the foregoing p~urposes, andl to meet such obligations ouxt
of funds whlich mnay be raised as hereinafter pr~oviddc aInd which
shall be held. in trust for the purposes of this SupDplementaryl ~Cod;
(2) To submit to the Admlinistrto'f rl for his appr~)oval1 subject to
sucth notice andi opportunity to be heard as he mayg deemn necessary
(1) an itemrize~d budge~ct of its es~itimaltedl expenses for the foregoing
pm-p'loses, and (2) an equitable bas1is upon which the funds nlecessary
to support suchn budget shall be conltribu~tedl by mlembler~s of the
Tade;l.~
(3) Aifter .suchl ~,i'buet and basis of contribuiition havee been ap-
provedr' by the Admrinistr~ator, to de~termline andi obtain eqluitable con-
tribution as above set forth by all mlemblers of the Trad-e, and to that
end, if necssryflV to instituted legall pro'(ceedings' therefore' in its own

(b) Each member of the Trade shall pay his or its equitable con-
tribution to the expelnses of thre miaiite~nance of thle Code Auithor~ity,
determined as hEre~tindoli-ve providled, and subtject. to rules andl regu-
lat~ions perta1i nri ng thereto ihssued by the Adm11inlistrtr Only mem-
bers of the Trade comriplying( with the Code aind contr~ibuting to the
expeses~i~ of its adlministr~t~ion as here~inabovec pr1ovided.tl Unless duly
exemplltedl from maiking~ such contributions, shall be enltitled to par-
ticipate in the se~let icn of Iimembers of the Divisional Cod'e Aurthior-
ity or to receive the horne~fit- of any of its voluntary ac~tivities or to
mal~ke use of any emllblemI or 1insIgniaj of the Naitio~inn Recovery
Ad rnr i ni~st ent ion.
(c) Thec Divis~ional Codr e Authority shalll neCifther inlCur nor' p~ay
any1\ obl~igatio~n slbstantliallly in xces(s of the am~lounlt thereof as
estima~ted in~ its apprcrovedl budgFt. and~ shall in no( evenlt exceedc the
total amounlllt contafined~ in the approvedlc buGen~ct, xcepllrt upon appr)'oval
of the Admllinisct ratlor; and~ no subsequelnnt budget hall contain any
de~f~icincy iteml for expecnditures in xcescs~~ of prior budgtl~t estimated's
excepl~t those which ther Adm~inistrator shall have11 11Cso allpproved.
Approva~'i' l ('odei No,. "..'l-I- A~rInen Inentt No. 1.
Relgistry N~o. !r10-u1.
(4)











































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