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Approved Code No. 104--Amendment No. 1
Registry No. 7111-23
NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
AMENlDM ENT TO
CODE OF FAIRE COM~PETITION~
AS APPROVED ON OCTOBER 5, 1934
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Approved Code No. 104i----mendment No. 1
.AMIENDMI)IVENPT TO[` CODE OFi FiAI[R COMPETITION
LIQULEFIIED) GAtS INDUJSTRYS
As Approved on Octobe~r 5, 1934
Areoi'P(,.I1( AMENDMENT:S'I OF CODE OF FAIR &lOMPETITION FOR THIE
Lar FEvIEs GAS INhDUS~TRY
An application having been dully made purrsua~nt to and in, full
compliancee? with th4e proivisions of Title I of the Nuational Ind~ustrial
Recov-elry Act, approved June 16, 1933, for appovllc\ u of an ninend1~.-
ment to a Codle of Fair Complletition for the Liquefiedl Gas Industry,
and an opipor~tunity to be heard having been duly afforded all inter-
ested parties, and the annexted report on said amendmentI~ ll containing
findings with respect thcrct.,, ha~vingi been made anld dli~~reted to the
NOW, T~HEREFORE, onI behalf of the Presidenlt of thle United
States, the Na-tionnil Ind-ustr~ial Recovery Board, purllualnt to author-
ity recsted~ in it bly Ex~cutiv~e Orders of the President, including
Executive Order No. (j.%9-, dated September 2"7, 1-1:~, and otheltrxnse,
does hereby incorporate by referlenice, said annexed~It~ report and does
finld that said amendment anud thle Code as constitutedl after being
amended compnlly in all respel~c~ts with the per-ltinen'lt provisions and
will promote the policy and purposes of soid Title of said Act, and
does hereby order thalt said amelrllndmnt be and it is herebtly a-pprovtd,
and that the previous approval of said Code is her~eby modified to
include an approval of said Cod~e in its entirerty as amuendled, suchl
approva\.l and such unIlelllndnen to take effect fifteen days bornll thze
date h~ereo~f, unless- good cause to the conltrar11y is shown to the
National Inlust~rial Rec~overy3 B3oard before that time and a subse~-
qu~ent order to that effect is issued.
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOV\ERY 13OARD),
By G. ~A. LYNcli, Admndll;,sr'rtive Of~!c-r.
Approval reconunllen ded:c
RCIBERT L. HoUSTOx,
TV.*~SHINGcTON, D. C.
October 5, 1'934.
80884---12-l-a-1 n---34 1
REPORT T`O THE PRESIDENTIAL
The `White House.
SmR: This is a report on. an. amendment to the Code of Fa~ir Coml-
petition for the Liqluefied Gas Industry. Saidl amlendmlent is to be
substituted for Art~icle V, Section 5, and empowers the Code Au-
thority to make collection of expenlses of code adml~inistration fr~om
the memiibers of the Inldust~y..
Notice of Opportunity to be Hteard has been issued to all interl
ested parties; and no objections have been filled against, the pro
The Deputy Administrantor in hnis final r~ep~ort to us on said
amndmllnent. to said Code having~ found as here1in set forth and the
basis of all the pr~oceedcin gsll in this matter;
W~e find that:
(a) The amnendmllent to said Coder and the Code as amnder~~ d are
well designled to plr~omote the policies and purp'los.es of Title I of
the National Industrial Recov,\ery Aict inlcho~ling the remioval of ob-
strulctionls to the fr~ee~ fow of interstate and forcignl commllerce which
temll to diminish the amlounlt thereof, andc will proc.vide for "the uenl-
eral welfare by promoting the organization n of ind,7ustry3 for the p)ur-
pose of cooperative action of labor and martnagem~ent under adle-
quate gov'ellrnmentall sanction and supern\sion,1 by emurinantinr unfair
competitive practices, by plromo~ting the fullest possibjle ut lization
of the prese~t n t prouc lct~i ve capacity of industrf~ies, b~y a voitling undue
restriction of production (exceplt as may be temnpuorrlyj Irequired),
by increasing the cocnsumplltion of :industrial aIndl agricul tural prod-
1c'tS thl'lrough inlC'eljlreain purChas~ling( pow.r, by reduflcing and relievringi
unemployment by ;imp~roingic stanrlards of labor, andi by otherwise
(b) The Code as amnendedt complies in all respc~lts wvith thle per~ti-
nontl provisions of sa~id Title of said Act, inc~llluingF without Ilimita-
tion subsectioln (a) of Section. 3, sub-section (a) of Sc~itionl 7 andc
subl-section. (b) of' S~c~rtionl 10 therleof.
(c) The amnendment andt the Codl e as am~lended~c ar1e no0 ct signed
to aInd will not permit monopolies or monolpoli list prnc~ti~ces.
(d) The amlendmentrn and the Coder as unwns~ledl' are noct des;~igned
to and will no~t eliminate~i or opprescs PInuall enterprlilises~ and1I will notf
opert'lne to discr1iminatelt aga:instjl them.
(e)Thseenagd inl mother .steps of ther ('ec~lOnomlic"" prcesave
not~ b3een dleprived of thl righlt to be hourdl~c Ilri~lr Il:~in uprovl o)f
SE1IC :Illlelltillie~'lit .
1:R espct fu('1cllI y. Ii~ rl1~\~( ll- Il~lln!lf
.\TIONA INIM 1 ICI.11.tE<**\ .Y i .10
AMIENDME~NT TO COD>E) OF FAIR COMPETITION 1FOR
THE LIQUEFIED GAS INDUSTRY
Modify Alrticle V, Section 5, by deleting anld substituting in lieu
thereof the following:
SECTION 5. (1) It being found necessary in order to support the
admlinistration of this code and to maintain the standards of fair
competition e~stablis~hed' h~ereunder anld to effec~tuate the policy of
the A1ct, thne Code AuthorityT (EmnergenlcyS National Conunittee) is
(a) T-o incur such rea~solnable~ obigrations as are necessary and
p~roper for the foregoing purposes, and to meet such obligations out
of funds which mnay be raised ais hereinafter providled and which
shall be held in trust for the purpl'oses of the Code;3
(b) T'o submit to the National Ind~str~ial Rcovery Board for its
approval, subject to such notice and opportunity to be heardl~t as it
mayT deem necessary (1) an itemlizedi budget of its es-timaltedl expenses
for the foregoing purposes, and (2) an. equitable bas~is upon which
the funds necessary to support such budgl~et shallI be co~,nt ribultedt by
mIemlbers~ of the I[ndustry-;
(c) After whcl budgeti and basis of contribution hav\e been ap-
proved by the National Inldust~ial R~cov\ery3 BoardT, to determine
and obtain equitable colntr~l;ibutio as above set forth. by all1 members
of thne Industry, and to that end, if necessary, to ins~titulte legal pro-
ceedingrs thlerefor in its own name.
(2) Each mlember1 of the Industry shall pany\ his or its equitable
contributions to the expenses of the maintenance of the Code~ Author-
ity- (Emelrgency Narzt~ional Committee) dletermined; as her~eilnabove
providerd, and Ysubject to rules and regulationsll pertaining thereto
issued~ byr the Nationa~l Industrial RecoveryS Boardt. Only members
of the Industry complyingr with the Code and Cconltr~lilbutn to the
expensesj of its administration as hereinabove~ provided, unless duly
exempted from making such conItrib~ution, shall be e~ntitledl to par-
ticipate ini the tseletionl of mem~ber~s of thie Code Authorit~y (Em~er-
gency Nationlal Committee) or to re~tcecive the benefits of azny of its
v\olunltarly neitiv-Iities or to makle use of any emlblemn or insignia of thfe
National Recovery3 Admll~inist rationl.
(3) Th-e Code Authority (Emergenrcy Nat~ionall Commllittee) shall
neither incur nor pay anly obligay~tion sub~l. tantiallyv in ex~:cess of the
amnount thereoclf as estimated in its ap~provPedl budg1!et, andl shall ini no
ev-enit, i:iexcee thet total aonlrllrt contatined~ in thle appr'ovedt budg-~et, ex-
cep~t upon' approvnl of the Na~tional IndutrIl~iall Re-icov\ery Board; and
no .sub~srrequet budget shall contain a~ny de~fic-iency!S item for expendi-
tures in excess of prlior~ budgerrt e tima:nlte.- ec(cpt, those wvhichl the
National Indusltr~ial Reco~very Boarnld shall have so allpprov>\ed.
Appsrovecd Code No. 104~-Amopllnlt~met No.g 1.
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