Amendment to code of fair competition for the fluted cup, pan liner and lace paper industry as approved on October 9, 1934

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the fluted cup, pan liner and lace paper industry as approved on October 9, 1934
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Fluted cup, pan liner and lace paper industry
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Approved Code No. 296---Amendment No. I


Registry No. 407--07


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



AMENDMENT TO
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION



FLUTED CUP, PAN LINER

AND LACE PAPER INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON OCTOBER 9, 1934


WE DO OUR PART


UNIV. O Ft L US.







UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934

























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Approved Code No. 296---Amnemenet No. 1


AMENDMENT TO CODEi OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE[

FLUTED CUP, PA~N LINER AND LACE PAPER
INIDUSTLRY

As Approved on October 9, 1934


ORDERS

APPRO1TNG AblENDMLENT TO THE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE
FLUTED CUP, PAN LINER AND LAClE PAPER INDUSTRY
An application. having been duly made~ pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of Title I, of the National Industrial
Recovery APct, approvedi June 16, 1933, for approval of amendments
to a, Code of Fair Competition for the Fluted Cup, Pan Liner and
ILace Paper Industry, and due notice and opportunity to be heard
having been given thereon and' the annexed report on said amend-
m~ents, containing findings; with respect th~ereto, having been made
and directed to the President:
NOW, THEIREFORE, on behalf of the President, of the UCnited
States, the National Industrial ~Recovery Board, pursuant to au-
thority vested in it by EIixecultive Orders of the President, including
`Executive Order No. (6859, dated Septemnber 27, 1934, and otherwise;
dooes hereby incorporate, by reference, said annexed report and does
find that said amlendmlents and the Code as constituted after beiner
amended complies in all respects with. the pertinent provisions and
will promote thec policy and purposes of said Title of said Act, and
does her~ebyr order that said amendments be and are hereby approved,
and that the previous approval of said Code is hereby amended to
include an approval of said Code in its entirety as amended.
~NATIONAL IN'DUSTRIAL RECOVTERY BOARD,
B3y G. A. LYNcH>a, Arrinistrative Of)Ecer.
Approval recommended:
JOSEPH F. BATnLEIYI
Acting Division Admi~znistrator.
TVASHINGTON, D. Cj.,
October 9, 1953.
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REPORT TO THEi PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENT
The WYhit~e Hiouse.
Smn: Th~is is a report on the amendmentslt to the Code of Fiair Comn-
pletitionl for the Fluted Cuzp, ]Pan Liner and Lace Paper Indust~ry
which wa~s: approvedc(. by you on 1Febrluary 17, 1934.
The amellnthnenllt s to Atrticle I[I a.re the stan Idallrd Assessment Amnend-
mIlent, providling for complllubcry tclltr~ibutions to Codle na~ministra-
tion exrpe~n-, and the standard provision e~stablishingr t~he legaol
Irlation hlip betwnci members of the Code Authlority andP theextent
of thleir liability.
The purpose of the amendments to Article III is to redulce the
averaging of hours for office, cler~icall andl all other emlployees not
includled under other specific hour pr~ovisions,, and to increase thle
number of empilloyees' whose wPork week is redul~cedc to six (6) days
in anly sevenl (7) day pertiod.
The purpose of the amendnment s to Airticle V is to provide thant
employees now emloyed\li at a !rate in exci~ess of the minimumll shall
not be cli-charge a '.'C 5nd reemployed~c or repheedcl by other employees
at lower rates~ and that no emp~lloyee shall be dismiissedl byr reason
of makflinglr compllllaint or g'iving evidence with respeit ct, to an alleged
viola t ionr of the Code.
The D~eputy Adminisitra;tor in, his final r~e~or~t on said amend-
ments to said. Code havl\ingf found as herein set forth and on tlhe basis
of all the proceedling~s in -this matter*
I~t is found, that:
(a) The mallcndmentst. to said Code and the Code as amended are
well designelcd to promollc~te the poljicis and p~ur~poses of Title I oft the
Nalt io-nnl Ind ustriai~l Recovery Act, inIc~ludli ng the removal of o~bstrue-
tions to the free flowM of interstate and foreign= n commrerce whichl tend
to diminish. the amounlrlt thereof, andl will prov,\ide for the general w-el-
fare! by p~romolctine~ the ornnizatio~n of ind'ustry~ for the purpose of
cooperative notion of labor anld mallnr~naement. under nrlequate orn
menltal sanction and supervision, by eliminaiting~r unfair competitive
practices,, by promol~ting~ the: fullest po~ssible utilization of the pr1esent
prodlc~tive canpacity of indulstr-ie~s by avoiding unduet restr~ic~tion of
proucton excptas ay e tmprar~ily requiredd, by inicreasinlg
p'"lrthe n consuption o industrial acnd agricultural pIroducts thr~oug~h
jicIc~intr niing purchasing powe,nc by redcing~i l and r~elievingr unemplloy-
ment, by imnproving standr~i~lds of lab~or, and by oltherwise rehlabilitat-

(b) The Codre as nmende'ld com~plies in all recspects withr the perti-
nient prov\isionis of said] Title of said A-ct, including without limitation
sub-SeCtfion (a) of Scction 3, sub-.section (a) of Sec~tion 7, and
sub-section (b) of Section 10 thereof.








(c) The Codte emlpoweirs the Code A2uthority to p~op~ose the amendl-
ments on behanlf of th~e InldustryS as a whollce.
(d) The amendments and thie Cfode as amnude~d are not rte-.i~gned
to andi will not permit Iwompo~r)lies or` nanopo'll'lit tic p1actliccs.
(e) The amenano~111-it. and the Cod~e as unltended~~ are not Je -igned to
and will nrot eliminate~ or opress'" small enterprises and will not
operate to dlisccriminai l~te aga~1i n t, th emr.
(f) Those engagedrr in other steps of the economrnic prcec~ss have not
been depr,1ived~c of the r;ghlt to be heard prior to approva\';l of said
a men llments.
F~or these reasons thlese. amendm1~11ents have been. approved.
N.noxIcn INDUSTRIAL PLECUY\ERY BOARD,
By G. A. Lrh-ca, Adml~inistrative Ofi~ier.
OcTOB:ER 9, 10.34.











'AMENDMENT T1CO CODE O" ]FAIR COMPETITION FOR
THE: FiLUTED CUP, PAN LINlrER ANDJL LACE PAPER
NINDUSTRI~Y

Article II of the Code to be amended by the deletion thlerefrom
of Section 5 and the substitution therefore of a new Section 5 as
f0110wcs :
SECTION 5. It being found necessary in order to support the ad-
ministration. of this Code and to maintain the standards of fair com-
petition estalblishedl hereunder, and to effectuate the policy of the
Act, the Code Authorityr is authorized:
(a) T~o incur such reasonable obligations as are necessary and
proper for the foregoing purposes, anld to meet such obligations out
of funds which may be raised as hereinafter pro~videdl, and which
shall be held in trust for the purposes of the Code.
(b) To submit to the National Industrial ]Recovery B3oard for its
approval subject to such notice and opp~or~tunity to be heard as it
dleemls necessary (1) an. itemized budget of its estimated expenses
for the foregoingr purposes, and (2) ain equitable basis upon which
the funds necessary~ to support such budget shall be contributed by
members of thle Induxstry;
(c) After rluch budget and basis of contribution have! been ap-
provu\ed by the Nationa~l Indcustr~ial Recovery Board, to deternune. and
obtain equitable contribution as abo\e set forth by all members of
the Industry-, and to that, end, if n~c~esslryT, to institute legal pro-
cedccing~s therefore in its own name.
Each member of the Industry shall pay his or its eqluitable con-
tributionr to the expenses of thne mainltenance of the Codle Authority
deitel~lrmined as hereinabo~ve pro~vided~, and subject to rules and regu-
lationls perltaiinin th~ereto issuedl by the Naltionaul Industrial Recovery
Board.an eOntrbly e of the Industry complying w~ithl the Code
an cntibuin ton t~he epel~nse; of its ad~cministration as hlereinabove
provided, u~nless dully emp~~lrtedT from mak~ing such contributions,
shllnl be entitled to participate, in the selec~tionl of members of the
Code Authorlity, or to make use of any embllleml or insignia of the
NRationa l Recover~y Adm~inistratin.i~
The Code Authority shalll neither incur nor pay any~ obligation
substantilly in exce~s of the amouiint thereocf as estimated in its
approved budget, and shalll in no evecnt eceedccc the total amount con-
t~inined in the approved'c budget, except upon appro'val by the National
Indlustriall RecoverIy B~oard;i and no subsequent brudget shanll contain
aIny. def~~icincy\ item for expend~iture~s mn excess of ~r~ior budgetc esti-
maltes, except~ those whlich~ the National TIndustr'ial Recoveryv Board
havet SO approvedc~.
Article IIl of the Code to be nmernded by thle addition of a new
,Yection 8 as followoPs:








SECTION 8. Nothing continued in this Code .ihall constitute the
membes ofthe Cde Athorty patner for anyr purpose. NIor
shll n embers of t h~e Code Aulcl~t Ithor~lity' be liable in any m manner
to anyone for any act of anly other nIumberlLl, officer, agent or employee
of the Code Authority. N'or shall any Inentherc~l of the Code Author-
ity\ exerlc~ising= reasonabeII1 C diligenice in t~he conduct of hnis duties here-
under be liable to anyone for any action or amlissio~n. to ne~t ulnder
this Codle, except f-or his owFcn wilful mal-feasance or non-feasance.
Arlrticle III: of the Code to be n In ended~~~ by the deletion therefrom
of sections 1 (f) and 5 and~ the sub-:,titutio~n therelforl of new sections
1! (f) and 5 as fiollow~s :
SECTION 1 (f). All other emrployees: forty-eigrht (48) hours in any
onelc wIeek. bei not Lto exceee onle-I1unIdred ~ixty (160) hou~rls in any
period of four (4) conscutivelclli\i weeks.
SECTION 5. No employee as itc~ludedt ulnd'er paragraphsl~ (b), (c),
(d), and (f) of Sec~tionl 1 of this Article shall be required or per-
mlittedl to work more than six (6) days in any sevenI (7) consecutive
days.
Article V of the Code to be amndn~nedl by the addition of a ne~w
section 9 and a, new section 10 as follows:
Sec(TroN 9. No employee no~w employed?~t at a rate in exccss of th~e
minimum shall be discharged~~ and reemployed or retpla:: ced by another
at a lower rate for the purpose of evading th~e prIovi io~ns of this
Code.
ScTION 10. No employee shall be dismissed or dlemol~ted by reason
of makling cormpla~int or gi~vingc- evidetnl.e with respect to an alleged
violation of this Code.
Approved Code No. "I00-A~nlenaten~jt Noi. 1.
Registry3 No. 410'i-r7.




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