Amendment to code of fair competition for the paint, varnish and lacquer manufacturing industry as approved on September...

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the paint, varnish and lacquer manufacturing industry as approved on September 27, 1934
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Paint, varnish and lacquer manufacturing industry
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"Registry No. 619-1-03."
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"Approved Code No. 71--Amendment No. 3."

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Forsalebythe Superintendent ofDocumentsW~ashington, D.C. - Price 5cents


Approved Code No. 71--Amendment No. 3


Registry No. 619--1-03


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION


AMENDMENT TO I i I

CODE OF FAIR COMfPETpITION




PAINT, VARNISH, AND


LACQUER MANUFACTURING

INDUSTRY



AS APPROVED ON SEPTEMBER 27, 1934


WE DO OUR PART


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UNITED STATES
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WABHINGTON: 1934























This publication is for s;le by the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C., and by district offices o~f the ~Bure~a of Foreign
anud Domestic Comm~ere.

DISTRICT OPERCE OF THEB DEPARCTIAENT OF COMMERCEn~

Atlanta, Ga.: 504 Post Oficre Building.
Birmingham, Ala.: 25F~7 Federal Building..
Boston, Mass.: 1S01 Custonuitouse.
Buffalo, N.Y.: Chamnbier of `ommerc~e Building.
Charleston, S.C.: Chamber of C'ommelrce Building.
Clhicago, Ill.: Suite 170ti. 201 INorth Wetlls Street.
Cleveland, Ohio:: Chanmber of Commer~ce.
Dallas, Tex.: Chamber of Commerce Building.
Detroit, Mich.: 801 First National Bank Building.
Houston, Tex.: Chiamber of Commerc~e Building.
Indlianapolis, Ind.: Chamberr of Commlerce Building.
Jacksonville, Fla.: Obambecr olf Commercer Building.
Kansas City, lifo.: 1025 Bniltimo~re Avenue.
Los Angeles, Calif.: 116j3 South Broadway., V
Louisville, Ky.: 408 Fezderal Building.
Memphis, Tenn.: 22'0 Fedleral Buildinlg.
M~inneapolis, M~inn.: 213 F~ederal Bulding.
Ne~w Orleans, La.: R2oom 225-& Custumbouse.
Newr York, N.Y.: 734 Cuhstomhuse.
Norfolk, Va.: 406 East Plume Sitreet.
Philad'elphia, Pa.: 422 Oo~2mmercialr Trust Building.
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Chamber of CommLnerce Bulilding.
Portland, Oreg.: 215 Newf Post Offic~e Building.
St. Louis, Mo.: 506 Olive4 Street.
San Francisco, Calif.: 310 Customh~ouse.
Seattle, WTash.: 809 Fedlerl Office Building.













Approved Code No. 71--Amendment No. 3


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITIONS
FOR THE

PAINT, VARNISH, AND LACQUE R MANJUFAC=TUIR-
I[NG INDUSTRY

As Approved on September 27, 1934


ORDER

APPROVING AlIfENUMDENT OF CODE, OF IFAIIH COMP~IETITIOCN FOR THE
PAIN'T. VARNISH, .\ND LACQUTER hI.1NUFACTUIIUNG INDUS~TRY
An application havingr b~een duly made~lt pul'lRlunt t, and~ inn full
comnpliane with the provisions of Tiitle I o~f the National Indtusjtrial
Recovcry Act, approved Julne 1(.. 1933. for appr,!oval of an amlend-
ment to a Codec of Fair C'ompe,~tition for the Panint, 1'arnish, andl
Lacquer nlnnufactu rigInutyadopotniyt be h~eardc
having been aff~ordted all inlterestedl parties, anld any objections filedl
hiavinga been dulyS consiicideed andl the annexed- r~epor't onl sa;:id nmienid-
ment, containingr findlingsi with~ respect therectco. hav\ing beten made
and directed to thie Presidetnt:
NOWV, THEREFO(RE, oni behanlf' of thie Pre~id~ent of thle United
States, I, Hiugh Si. Johlnson dm i nistrantorl forl IndusltrIial Recovetry,,
piursuaint to authlority vested in mie by~ Execu.tivec Ordcers of the
President, including jExecutivee Ordier N;o. B54:3-A, datedl Dercmber
30, 1933, andr otherwise; dlo here~by incorporate, by referecnce, said ani-
nexed report and dlo find that said amendmeiint andl the Codle as con-
stituted2 after being; ameindled comply in all r~espectst w~ith the p~erti-
nent. provisions and~ w~ill promote the policy andi pur'poses o~f said
Title of saidl Act, and dlo hereby order that said~ amendmllent be andc
it is hiereby a~pproedl, and- th~at the previous alpprovafl of saidl Codle
is hereby modlitied to includ-e an alpprovanl olf saidl C'ode in its entirety
as nmlended.
HcUG S. Jor)NsoN,
AIdmiistrcatlno,' for Incdutstrl Reccoveriy.
Appr~' oval recommi~nended~l :
JOSEPH F. IBATILEY,
Acitinlg D~irisionl A-dminis~ij~itrtor.
11'ASHINGTON, D.C.,
Sepytember 97i, 19.34.
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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENT,
.The Wh'ite H~oue( .
SmR: This is a report on the proposed ammennent, to the Code of
Fair Competition for t.he Paint, V'arnish aznd Lacquer M1anufac-
turing Industry as approved by you on October 31, 19373. A notice
of pportunity. toi be heard has been pubisched,~ giving all interested
parties full opplol~rtnity to be heard.
This report cov,~ers only onie amendment, the purposes andl effects of
which. are as follows:
This amendment. enables the Paint Industry Recoveryy Board to
incur such r~easonable ob:ligat~ions as are nec-e~ssary for t~he adminis-
tration of the C~ode. IT reu~ir~es that thle Pai~nt Indust~rp Recovecry
Board submlit for approval of the Adm~inistrator on itemiizedl budget
and' an equitable basis of p~ro-rating thle ass~essmnents t~o be collected
from the miembers of the Indu rtr~y. Paymient of an equitable con-
tribut~ion to~ the expenses of t~he Paint Industr~y Recovery Board by
members of the Indulstry is made mandatory by this amendment i~f
their principal line of business is covered by this Code.
FINDING

The IDepuit.y Adlministrator in his final report to me on said
amendment to said Code having found as herein set forth and on the
basis of all th~e p~oc~eedings in this mlatter:
I find that:
(a) The amlendmlentnt to said Code and the Code as amended are
well designed to promote the policies and purposes of Title I of the
National Ind~ustrial Recovery Act including the removal of obstrue-
tions to the frete flow of interstate and foreign commerce which tend
to diminish the amount thereof, and will provide for the general
welfare by promoting the organization of indus-try for the purpose
ojf cooperative action of labor and management under adequate gov-
ernmnenta~l sanction and supervision, by eliminating unfair competi-
tive practices, by promoting the fullest possible utilization of the
present productr~ive capIacity of industries,; by avoiding undule restric-
tion of production exceptt as m~ay be temnporarily required), by
2nereasmyg the consumiption of industrial andl agricultural products
through mereassmg purchasing power, by redlucing and relieving un-
employmient, by imnpro\ingr standards of labor, and by otherwise
rehabilitati ng indlustlry
(b) The Clode as; amendedl comp~lies in all respects w~ith the perti-
nent provisions of saidl Title of said Act, including without limita-
tion subsection (a) o~f .Sectionl 3, subsection (a) of Section 7 and
subsection (.b of Section 10 thereof.








(c) The Code em-rpowers the Paint Indlustry Recovery Board to
present the aforesaid amlendmlent on behalf of the Indlustr~y as a
whole.
(d) T'his amendment and the Code as amendned are not designed
to andl will not p~ermnit monopolies or mnonopolistic practices.
(e) This amlendmetntt and the Code as amnended~ are not, designed to
and will not eliminate or oppress small enter~prises and will not
operate to discrimiinate against them.
(f) Th~ose engaged inl other steps of the economlic process have not
been deprived~ of thle right to be heard prior to approval of said
amendment.
For these r~easjons, this amuendmlent has been approved.
Resp'ectfully,
HUG;H S. JOHNSON.
Admlinistrator.
SEPTEnrBER: 2, 1931.












AMTENDMEINT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THEI
PAINT. VAXRNISH, AND LACQ.UrER MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRYY

Under Article XC delete the next to the last paragraph and substi-
tute ther~efor the followingr:
It being found necessary in order to support the administration
of this Code and to maintain the standards of fair competition
establishied hereundler and to effectunte thle policy of the Act., the
Paint Ind~ustry Recovery1 Board is authorized:
"L(a) To incur such reasonable obligations as are necessary and
prop~er for th~e foregoinga purposes, and to meet such obligations out
of funds which mlay be raised as hiereinafter provided~ and3 which
shall be hieldl in trust for the purposes of the Code.
"(b) To submjnit to the Admninistrator for his approval, suibje~ct to
such notice and opp~ortunity to be heardl as he may~ deemi necessary
(1) an itemiiizedl budget of its estimated expenses for the foregoing
purposes, and (2) an equitable basis uplon which the funds necessary
to supp~ort. such budget andil shall be contributed by mlembler~s of the
Industr.lv
"(c) 'After such budget and basis of contr~ibutioni hav\e b.eenl ap-
proved by thle Admlninistrator, to determine and< obtainl equitable coni-
tributioni as above set forth byv all members of the Inldustry\ and to
thant. end, if' ncczi 1Sary to institute legal pr~oc~eedin g th~erefor in its
OWH. Hinie.
Each member of the Industryv shall pay~ hiis or its equitable
contribution tor the cexpencse of th~e mainltelnance of thet Paint Indus-
try Rec~overy Boar~d,, determlinedl as hereinabove provide~d, and sub-
ject to rulless ndi reg~ulations pertaining thereto, issuied by the Ad-
ministralt orI. OnI\ly embers of th~e Induslltryc comly:,\ingr with the
Code andn conltrib~utingS to the exp~en es of its admlinistratio n as
hereilnabove provcided (unless dluly exemplted fr~om ma~king SuchI c'on-
tributionsl) shanll be entitled to panrticipante in ther selection of thle
members~ of the Painit Industryl~ Rec~overy~ Boardc or1 to receive the
benefits of any of its vo~luntary netivities or to maket usie of any
embleml or, insiiiigni of1 thle National Recoveryv Admninistration.
The Paint Indlustry' Recovery' Board~ shall neither incurl nor pay
anly obligatioln sublstantially in excessi of thle mloulntt thereof as esti-
mratedl in its apprilovedl budge~tt and shll31 in no event. exceedl the total
mloulntt contatined inl thle aplro~ved budget, except upon a approval of
th~e Admc~liniitranto r; and1 no subsequent budget shall contain any~ defi-
ciency itemi for. expetnditurle s in excess of prior bldgett estimates
except thos`,e whlich th~e Admiinist~ator shall have so approved.
"" Failurie o~n thle part of any mnnlembe of th~e Industry to contribute
his or its equiitable con~ltrib~utionl to the expulens~es of maiintainiing the
Paint Indulstry3 Riecoer~y Bonrdl. ceter~mined as hlerein~aboe pr~o-







vided, shall be a violation of this Code subject however to rules and
regulations issuedl by the Adlministr~ator which pertain thereto."
Under Article Xi delete the last. palragraph andt substitute therefore
the following:
"' The Paint Indusitry Recover~y BEoard shall hnave full responsibil-
ity for its expendlitures~ within the limits of such appropr~iatinion a
are provided for andl include-ld in the budget app~oved by the Ad-
ministrator, p~rovidedl that no traveling or other expenses of Board
Members shall be p~aid out of the Paint Indlust~ry Recovery Boar~d's
funds when attending Boa~rd meetings, but actual excpensesi of mlem-
bers of the Boarld when engaged inr the business of the Boardl, other
than attendannce at. B~oardi meetings, mayJ be paid out of such funds,
provided prior authiority for such expend'itulres or e~xpenditur~e has
been giv~en by the Bonedi."'
Approvedl C:ode No~. Tl-Anillendment No. 3.
Reg~istryv No. C;10-1-0i.




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