Amendment to supplementary code of fair competition for the shoe shank manufacturing industry (a division of the fabrica...

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Title:
Amendment to supplementary code of fair competition for the shoe shank manufacturing industry (a division of the fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry) as approved on November 6, 1934
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Shoe shank manufacturing industry
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4 p. : ; 24 cm.
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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Metal products -- United States   ( lcsh )
Shoe industry -- United States   ( lcsh )
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 929-1-01."
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"Approved Code No. 84F--Amendment No. 1."

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Approved Code No. 84F--Arnndrnent No. I


Regsistry N~o. 9329--1-01


NATIONAL, RECOVERY ADMIlNISTRATION


AMENDMENT TO SUPPLEMENTARY

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

SHOE SHANK

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

(A Division of the Fabricated Ml~etal Products
Manufacturing and Metal Finishing
and Mletal Coating Industry)

AS APPROVED ON NOVEMBER 6, 1934


WE Do OUR PART


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UNITED STATfES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


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Approved Code No. 84F"-Ame.me n gentle No. 1


AM\END111E~NT TO Sl'P-PLE111 ENTA"IaRYk CODE OF~ FAIR
COMPETITIONT
FOR THE:

SHOIE: SHANKi~ MANUJIFAICTU`RING: INDUSTRY

As A~pprove~d on Novu\ember 6, 1934


BORDER

..: PPRO.IN7G IAMNENDMJENT OF1 SUPPLL..~1 C.NTARYKI Colrl: (,I' 1FAIRZ CU.11PET:'I-
TION~r 1'(!: TH-E Sjnol' ~l.SILINK 1ANFACTURnING INDUSTRYT

A ]>I luNll.L OF1`I-I TE ABRIC'ATEDII MEI1TALJ PROD)UC'TS MSUFA'CT'lr(ING ANTD
MVETAL-~I FINTifISHIN AND) IlETAL, COATIING; INDUSTRYK
An app~llicatllion hraving bteen dully ma;-de pIursuant to and in full
romplllianlc'e wVFith the In-m-,\i-ions- of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery Act, approved~' Junl-e 16, .1!I33, for approvlcj1 of a~n 1amend1(-
mlentf to a Supplementurycll;1 Code of Fair Compnletitionl for thef Shoe
Shank;11 Manullf):v-l'( ring9 Indch ytlJ. andT a1 Notice of O1ppor'tunity to
bet Heard~1 havi\ng beecn dtuly~ grivel thlerCOn and the annexedtc report: on

b~een mlade uand dir~ectedl to tile PIil~rlli- nt
NOW. TH-ER~t1OEFOE, n be~half of thei P'1rsidentt of thle Unlited
Sf;tate.- tle, Nationall Indutstirial Recov-er B~oard, p~ursu~ant to au~thor-
ity rested inr it by Exeentive Orders of the Precsiltc ntl includ~ing~
Escenrtive~ Order~1 No. (;'io. Jule~d Septembcr 2"7. 1!1,:41, and mother \\i:;
c00,- herebyt? inrcoll(rporte, hy reference, sa~id annlexedl report and does(I
tha thatf13 L'aid, evenanwalll' anld thel Supp~lemecntarly Code us (-on-tituted~
after beirrl unu-nde(!cd c~omiply inl all respects w7ithl thle part 'inentll prOvi-
Cinn-~ andl w~ill promo~c-te the policy a nd( puirp~oses of said1 Title of said
Act, alndl dc~ Ila~IohJ border tha~t; c-nid7 n1Inemhnenll~lt he an it iS hereby

Coder is hereby non ruled~'~ to include anr apprl)oval of sa\id Supple-

amenl.1menlllt, to take~~ eff;C~lt fifteen) (1-5) days..c from1 th~e dat~~e hereolf,
unlessI- gentr~r cause to the I.onltrary1 is shown to the Natical~l Trulutriacl~ l
Rel(lcovers- Board betfolre tha~t timle andc the Natfionall In.Insltiall



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REPORT TO THE[I PRESIDENT


Tlhe [PREIIBDENT,
The.1 TVkite HFoulse.
Smr-: An application hats been dulyv malde pursuant to and in full
compliance withl the provisions of thle National1 Industrial Recovery
Act for an unencldmrent. of Atrticle IV of the Supplemaentary Code of
F~air Comnpetition for the Shoe Shank'i M\.llI f:ln-tur~ing Industry by
the Suppleme'ntarry Codle Authorit~y for that Indlustr1y.
Thle Sup~plemrentaRry Code of F~iair Comlpetition for the Shoe Shank
Mal~nufactun~nrin Ind~ustr~y was approved on Fiebruar~y 21, 103 L1 Ar-
ticle IV, Section 5, Srubsection (e) p~rovid'es that:
';(e) Eaclh mem~nber of thae Industr~y ,shall pay to thle Association
as thec agent of the SuLplplementtary C'ode Au-Lth~ority his or its pro-
pjortionate share of" th~e amount necetssatry to pa'y the cost of assemr-
bling~, analyzingng, andc publication of such reports aend data andl of
thle maintenance andt operation of the Supplemnentary Code ALu-

of this Supp~~lee ntarynt~ Code; saiid ptroportionate share to be based
upon the net sales andl/or other equitable factors as the Supple-
mentary Code AulthoriBty m~ayr prescribe, subject to thle sapprova\-~l of
thre A~dminlistrautor."
The above S~ection of Artkicle IV in effect provides .for voluntary
contribution on thec part of the ~nwmbersr~ of the Ind~ustry. This
methodrlr of plcroiding~t fundlis for the proper administ ratioti n of the
Su~pplemientar-y Codie hlas been found to be unantll i.-fac~torly. Th]ie pres-
cut' :uenan is theref'--""---or~e proposed to create a legal ob~ligatio, n on
the part of the Indiustryr members to pay their pro rata share of the
expen-'t"c of t~he Sfuppllementary Code Authorit~y.
FINDINGS
The~l A.-w~istan: Deputy Aildministrator, in. his final report to fthe
National nlnustrial RLecovery Boardi on said amen~lldment of said Sup-
plementar~y Code, hav~ingr found as heritn set forth and on the basis1~
of all of the priceed~cings in. this mantterl:
It finds that;:
(a) Thle amrrendmlent~ of said Code and thie Codle as amnl ded:!Cb are
well designled to prom~lote the policies and purposes of Title I ofI the
National1 Industrial Recovery Act including the removal of obstruzc-
t-ions to the free flow of interstate annd foreign commler~ce wIhichl tend
to dimrinishl thle amount thereof, atnd will provide for the erl
weclflr~e b~y pro~motingr the orga~nizatiorn of Ind~uLtry for the purpose
ofcoop~erativ\e a~ctionl among tlradec groups,.-, by indlucing and ma1:in-
t-Rnimng united action of labor and ma~nagement under~i adqut g
c;rnmlental sanctions a~ndl supervision, by elimninatingi unfair comlpeti-
ti\-e practices, b~yr prom~notinig thle fulles~t possible uitilizaitioni of the








present productive, enpnei ty of 1inclu.-.t ries, by a voiti ng undue~ re tric-
tion of production (escept as ma b emoarl rqurd) y n

thrug inresin lurhasngpowrbyredo.-ine~ a~ndi recliving
unemloymnt.by iprovng tandrds f lbor, andi by otherwise
rehabili tlt ing Industry.
(b,) Thle Cod!e, as amendedc7~ comlplies in all re-pc''t-s wvithl the pervti-
nent prov,\i.-inusl of sa~id TitlC of saidt Act, includ1ing without limlita-
tionI sulbleCtfionl (a1) of Section 3, .sub~sectio~n (a) of SeC~t-ion~ 7 had1(
subsctionl (b) of Section 10 thier~eof.
(c) The Code emplrowIers thle Cod~e Authorityv to present the aIfore~-
said amnmeentrlc l onI behalf of thne Induslltr'y as a, whole.
to~(d) The amlendmllenlt and(. the Codec as amended~~r are noct designedCC-
to nd ill not permit mo~cnoplolies of monopolistic prnalciictices
(e) The amendment~ll~ and e Code as amendedlcr are noit des~Igned~ to
andl will not E~lillninute~ or opp~lress small enilterpri--e.- and will not
operate to, discruninate ,Iga~ilst t~hem.
(f) Those~ engagedl in other .-1-tp.i of thze conomr!iic proress have
not been detprivedl of the right to be heardl prior to approval of said
amiendmient.
For these reasn~ls, therecforec it has app.rorved~ thiis amnicidment.
For the N;ational Indu!~strial RI'overy Board

,1d/in in4 'istaive OfferC.
NOVEMBBER 6, I1984.









AMFf'~;\ENDMENT TO SUIPPLEMEN~~:TARY COD)E OF FAIR COM~-
P"ETIT `IONS FO(R 'ITH~ E SHOIE SH[ANK( MANUFA~CTURlING


MIETArL FINISHTINKG AND'J M~TAL COATINGT~ INDET HY~'~l

Amenrdf Artirle IV'. by- dlclting Hublslction~ (e) of Secltioni ; andl
sublstitutinlg inl place thler~eof thle followiing:
SE~CTTOx 5j (e) 1. T It heng forund necessary, inl border to support
tithe' administrations of ihis Supp~tlemlenltar1y Cod an omiti h
tanlar~ds of fair compe~ittition estabishedl hereu~t nder and to teffec~tlate
ther policy~ of thec Act, the Sup~ple mecntaryy Codle Aiuthority is
aurthlorizedct :
(a) To'r inlcurll su(11ch reonlable obliga:~tionsi as are nrecssaryS and1C
in oper~l for thet folcYilr egoin puroseS, and to meiret suchl ob~ligiationls out
o~f fundsl: wh~ichl may b)e raisedl as hlereinlaft~er providedl andl whiCh1
sha:ll beF heldZC inl trulSt for the purpolses~ of the Supplemtentary C'ode.
(b,) Tfo submit~~i to, the National Ind-ustrianl Re1covery Bjoard` for' its
approva-"'I ~l. sj~c~t to isuchl notice anrd o~pportunityit as it mayt\ deem1
ne~cessary~ (1) an itcmizedl budgtfet of its estimlatedl ex-penses for the
f'creg~oing~ puirposes', andC (2) anl equritab~le basis upon w~hichl thel fundC~s
nece~ssalry to suppc~:irt l hluch uget shall be c~ontributedl byI memibers
of1 thet Indust ry.
(c) Ahfter uch budLget andt basis of contributio n haver been ap-
prlovedl by~ thle LNational Indcustrial Rteover~y Boardl, to dleterm1ine
andt ob1tain equ~itab~le contribution as above set foltrt biy al ll m11embes
of theI Indufstr~y, andl to that end, if necessary, to inlstitulte3 leal 1pro-
cedc~ing~i therefore in its ow-n namle.
2. Each muemer of the Industry Shall1 pay hliS or its equitab~le con-
tribiution to thie expenses of the ma~intenance(f of thre Supllplemen~ta ry3
Codle Aulthoritly, t7term-inedl as her~einabove po~vided, andl subject to
rules and regulations p~ertaining thleret~o i--nedl by the Nat-ional In-
dusl~tr~ial RecoverLy Boar~d. Only members of the Inldustr~y comlplyin
w~ith the Cod'e andl contr~ibutingr to the exnpeincc of its administration
as he1c~reinao vc pr~oviedl, unless dullyr exempntedl frolm makllingr such
con~itribution, shlall be entitled to palrtijcipate in the selection of mlem-
brcls of th-e Su~7pp~lemelntary C~ode Author~ity or to receive the benefits
otf rany of its v-olulntary activities or to make, use of any emblem or
insigniaz of the Nuat~ional Recovery Ashnlli nIi.tratlion.
3. The Supplementary Code Authority shall neither incurl nlor p~ay
anly obligation substantially in excess of the amount; thereo(jf us4 esti-
matted in its appr~ovedl budge-t, and shall in no event exceed thle total
amount c~ontainedl in the approved budget, ecsceplt upon approval of
thle National lIndunstrial Reicovery Board.; andl no sulbsequlent hd!l~get
shall co!,rntin any dleficienc~y iteml for expen\lditures'i in recess~ of p~rior
budget estimates !exCFept those wchicth the Na2tional Indlustrial R~covery'''3
Boardl shall hav~e so approved.
Approvedi Code Noc. 84FL;-Am4enil ment N'o. 1.
1Reg~istry No. 029--1-01.
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