Amendment to code of fair competition for the tapioca dry products industry as approved on October 11, 1934

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Title:
Amendment to code of fair competition for the tapioca dry products industry as approved on October 11, 1934
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Tapioca dry products industry
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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Tapioca   ( lcsh )
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Summary:
The term "tapioca dry products industry" as used herein includes the manufacturing, converting, and distributing at wholesale, all dry products composed wholly or chiefly of tapioca, except packaged tapioca sold for food through retail grocery and food stores.
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 601-02."
General Note:
"Approved Code No. 328--Amendment No. 1."

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Approved Code No. 328--Amendment No. 1


Registry No. 601--02


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISi`RATION




AMENDMENT TO
CODE OF FAIR COMPETPITION
FOR THE

TAPIOCA DRY PRODUCTS

INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON OCTOBER II, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1931

























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Approved Code No. 328-Anmendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF F AIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

TAPIOCA DRY PRODUCTS INDU)LSTIRY

As Approved on October 11, 19:34


ORDER'

APReov.Isa AltEND31ENT TO (IODE OiF I;ORI COMPIIE'ITITO N FORi TIlf
TAPIOCA4 Dll Poorers~..T ISnesTRY
An aplplication haviing been duily madin to~ u~nnt~lr l to and in full
compliance with t~he provisions: of Tiitle I of the National fInduistrial
Recovery Act, applrov\edl June 16., 1:3:3, for approval of an. amlend-
mlent to thle C*ode of Fair Comipetitioni f~r the Tapioca Dry Prod-
ucts Industry, andc Notice of Op~por~tunlity to be Heard having been
duly pu!blishedl thereoni and thle annexedl report on said :Intendmelnt,,
contammlg findings w\ithl respel'ct. ther'tc,, having been m1ade and
directed to thle President:
NOW~. THEREFORE, on b~ehalf of th~e Pred~id-enlt of the3 U~iited
States, thle National ~Industrial Recovery3 Boalrd, pursulanltt to auth~or-
ity vested in it by Executive Order~s of the Presidenlt, .inlcluding
Executive Ordter Nao. G~S3, dated Septemlber 27, 19341, anld othlerwise;
d~oes hereby inlcorpyorate, by reference, s~nica annexed report and does
findl that saidt amleninentt and the Code as constitulted after beingf
amnendled comlply in all r~espects with the! per~tinen povsinsan
wFill p~romiote thle policy and purploses of said T'itle~ of r~~~olsaid Act, and
does hereby order that said amendmll~lent be anld it is hereby ap'-
proved, andi thalt the pr~evious approval of said Code is her1eby
nmendled to include an approval of said Code in its en~tirety as
amlenlded, provided, how~ever, that thie follow~ingj change be and< it
is hiereby madel:
Subsection 7 (g) of VI .shall be deleted.
NTATIONKAL TNDrSTRIAL REC'O\ERY BGARD,
By G. A. L~Yxca! Adm~11iniStrative' Offillrri.
Ap~roval recommlended :
.TOSEPH F. BATTLEYI,
Acting/ Div.isioi Ln I A ini~stractor.
VAN~~IIINGTON, D. C.,
Octoberl 11, 1934.
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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The _PrESID~rENT,

Smp: The N~otice of Oppor~tunity to be Hear~d on the Amlendment
to the Code of Fair Competiitin for the Tapioea Dry Prodlucts
Industryg, submlitted by thle Code Authority for the said industry
was published Sep~tcllembe lo, 103~, and expir~ed October 4, 19;34, m
necordalnlce with thle prov,\isio~ns of th~e National Indlust'ia~l Recovery
Act.
The Amendment p~rov\ides for,1 the sulbmissio n of a7 budget by the
Codec Authority and for comnpulsoryg contribution to saidl budget by
members of the ind.ustr~y.
FINDINGS

The D~eputy Admi-iniitraltlor in his final report on saii Lcd Amendmn
having found as her1einl set fourth andl on the bas~is o~f all p~roceed~ings
in this matter :
The Board fiw~ll that.:
(a) Thle amendmenl~l~ t, to .iaid Co~de andi thle Code~ as amended ar~e
well de~signledl to prl'rlOmte the~ policies and~ pjurpcrses of T'itle I of the
Na'ttiona~l Industrial R~ecovery~ Ac~t includling thle r~emloval of obstruc-
tions to the free flow; of inter~statte and for~einn commllere wilch tend
to diminish the amount therieof, and wsill pr~ovidl e for t~he gen-eral
welfare by p>romoting~ thet clrgalintizatin o~f indlustry! for the purpose of
cooplerative action oif Ilabor andlt managem-ent undecr adequate gocvern-
mental sanction andl~ .sprv~i\ision, by eliminating uinfair comnpetitive
practices,, by~ promo"'ting~ the fu~llest. possible utilizationl of th~e present
p-roduclltiver capacity of ;IindustrieS, by~ avoidinglr undlue res~triction of
production exceptl~ as mayn~ be tem~pornrily requiredd)? by increasing
the consumptioo n of ind~ustrial andr agiricultulral pr1odiucts through
iereas~ing purchasingl power, by reducingp andl relieving+ unemlploy-
menti, by improvring rstalndardts of labor, and2 by otherwise reha~rbili-
ta t i ng i ndust ry.
(b) Tht-e Codle as amended~r comp-lies in all respects withh thle perti-
ne~nt, p~rro~viion of saidl title olf caid act, incluiingr without limlitat.ion
subsection (a) of section 3, sub~section (a)j of section 7 and subsec-
tioni (b) of section 10) thereof.
(c) The Amnendmentn and thie Code as amendled are no-t designed
to and will not permit monopolies or monopolistic practices.
(d) The Amnendmiient alnd the Code as amenlded are not designed
to and wpcill novt eliminate or oppriess small ente~rprises andr will not
oplerate to discriminate against them.
(e) Those enigagedl in other steps of the economlice process have
not been depr,1ived(: of the ~igh~t to be h~eard prior to~ approval of
said Amiiendment.it
Therefo:rie, said Amlendlment has been approvedl.
Reipect fully,
NavrIo-Nc\ I INDUSBTRIA~L KEC'O\ERY BOARD,

OCTIOBER 11, 1934. ByGA.L eAdiitaveOfc.









AMENhDM~ENTT TO C"ODE OF FiAIR COMPETITION F~OR THE
TAPIOCA D3RY PRODUCTS IND)USTRYL

AnTICLE VI. Sectionl 7 (f), shall be deleted.
AIRTICLE VI. SctCfion 5 shall b~e deleted aInd the followings inser!ted
in _place thereof :
DjECTION 5 (1). It beting found nec~es-ury in order to support the
admi~nistratwc n of this Code and to maintainr the standar~lds of fair
competition established hereunder and to e~ffetuatrlte the policy of the
Act: the Codle Auth~ority is authorized:
(a) To in~cur suchr reaso~nablje oblligrations as~ ar1e necessary and
pronpr for thep fore'Cgoing~ ulrp)oses, and to meet such obligationls out
of funds which may15 be ranised~ as hereinnfter provided ndlc which
shall be held in trulst for thne purposes of the Ccodet ;
(b) To subm~it to the Naational Industrial Re~covery Board forl its
approva\- l subjjec~t to such nocticec and opportunity to be heard as it
mlay! deemn necessary
1. an itemized bud get of its esiat xpnesfr h frgon
purposes. a nd~
~2. nn equ~itable bas~is upon which~ the funds n~ecessalry to support
such budgelSc t shall be contributed by membl~lers of the Indus~~try;
(c) Afte .-uch Illbwlget and basis of cocntr~ibution have beenl ap-
proved by thel National. Industial RecoverycS Board, to determ~inec and
obtain eq~uitable contribution. as above set forth by all memberllcs of the
Industry! andi to that end, if netcemary,3' to in tlitu~tr! legl pro~,ceedcin gs
therefore ml its own name.
('2 Eachl mnember of thle Industry shall pay his or its exp~litable
contributions to the expenses of the manintenance of th~e Clndoc Au-
thlority. cleterminedle as heiretinhlefore providedjt, and subject to rules
and reg~ulat~i ions per1taiining thereto issued~c bly the Nat~ional Indnelltrial
RecovelvIry Bne~d. Only m-embers of the Indlustry compylying~ with
thie Codelt and contr~ibuting to the epnslriei of its admlinis~~tration as
hlereinheforet prl1ovided~ (unless duly exempted~. from maknling such conr-
tributio~n) j hall be etnt itledt to pa rticipate in thle -el~ct~ion of membeIJrrs
of the C`odet Auithor~ity or to receive the benelrfits of anry of its volun-
tary lc~tiv.itiesj or to mak~e use of an~y emblemn or insignia of thle
National R recovery Admiiinist rat ioni.
(3) The Code~ Aruthority shall neither incur nlor pay any1 ob~liga-
tion sulbstantially in excess of the amnont thereof as ca~tima~ted in. its
approved budglfet, anrd sht~all in no event exsceced the totall amount con-
tained in the alpprovecd budget., except upon appr~oval of the Natio-nal
Industrial Recovery Boardl; and no subsequent budg~let shall c~onltin
any deficiency item, for expenditures in excess of prior I~ibudget esti-
mates except those whiich the N-ational Industrial Recovery3 Boaird
shall have so approved.
Approved C'ode No. 328--Alm~endmn No. 1.
Registry No. 601-4-2.
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