NATION14A L REiCOVTER`Y ADBMINPIST'RATION
CODPE: OF FAIR~e COMnPETITIONCI[~
AS APPROVED ON NOVEMIBER 5, "1984
WE DO OUR PART
UNIV. OF FL~ LIIB.
GOV'ERNMIENT PRINTING OFFICE
IPor sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Warshington, D. C. - Price center
Approved Code No. 403--Amendment No. 1
Registry No. 619--0
This publircation is for sale by thle Sup~er'iitntenden of Dbocumen~ts, Governmenlt
Printing Office, Wa~shing~ton,1 D. C., and by district offices of the Bureau of Foreign
aInd Domestic Comamerce.
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App~lromed Code No. 403-A-dmendment No. 1
AMnlENDMZ)ENT TO COD)E OF7 FAIIR COMP-~E'LTITIO
BLtEAC]HED SH[ELLA MANPTUFAC:TUIRPIN G:
As _Approv\ed on N'ovc!lembe ;5, 19:31
BILEA(.HI.D: SHEI/rLLC: 1ANSUFA~S CTERING 1:NIR STH1Y
Anl application hav~ring been du~ly madlte p~l~ursuant to andlt inl full
irolplianllce ithr thle provisions of Title? I of thet Nat~iona~l HInustr~ial
mlent to a Code of Flair. Crompettilion forl thle B~ltenchedt (Shellac
Ma~,nufatctul~ring Industrly, alnd opportunity to be heardi having been
affordedl all inlteres-tced parties, a~nd any obkjectt~ions~ filed havingrl~ been
tluly~ cositlered, and (10 hc0 Tpr allsl rcut olid mil :lleullflleent cOD-
tinlngn findlingos with respect there!rto, haIng~l beenrl mae nd
d~irec(ted to theo Pres~ident :
NOW, THEREFORE, oin behanlf of thet Pre~csidenlt of:i the United
th~ority rested in it by Executiv- e Orders of thie Pro. illnt, including
Excut~ive Ordter No. (j:~.', dated~ Sepltembiller 27, 1!')1-, d~oes herebyt,\
incorporate b~y 1reference~r -aidi annlexedl report andl does find that
.-nid annondanentl.~r l andl thre Code als con~rstitiuted after~ being amencldedl
comiiply~3 in all respects w\ith the peridtinlet povsisio n.- and wilpo-s
mrote thec policy ;and purpoccseofsitilofaiac;ndoe
herebly order Ithat satid amendment be andt it is hereby appr)'oved,
and thant the previous approval of saidl Codte is 3;:reby,5 amendedl to
included an appr~lovanl of said~ Codie in its entirely as amelnde~d.
NATIONrAL TNDUSTRIAL RECOVERY BOARD,
By3 WV. A. HARRIMIAN\ RCdm1iniStrat'ive Olpeer.
pprl~lo\.tl lclrecllllll'll~t CIet:
JOSIEPHI ]F. I3.\TTLEYT
Acting11 Dciviioln Admni~st-l~ratr
W.\smserox, D. C~ ~1.,
REPORTS T7O T'HE PRESIDENT
The -White Houzse.
Smn: An application has been duly made purl~cant to and in full
compliance wvith the provisions of the Na~ftion~al Industrial Recovery
Act for an :Inendowntlr~n to the Codle of Falir Competition for the
Blen!~-che Shellac M~anufazcturingf I~ndus~-try, subm~nitted by the Code
Authority for the Bleached Shnellac Ma]nullfneturingl1~ Industry.
The plirpose and effect of this amendml~llent are to enable the Code
~AuthOority to incur such reasonable obligattions as are necessary for
thle admX in~lisrtio oII f lthe jCode=. lIt requires that the Code Authority
submit for approval of the Nationalrl Industrial Recover~y Board~l an
itemrizedl budget and azn equ~itab~le basis of pro-ra~ting the as es.-mentsrlt
to be collected from the members of the Industry. Paym~lenlt of an
equitable contribution to the expenseslr i of thie C'ode A2uthority by
members of thle Industry1'\ is made mnd~nator11y by this amendment ilf
their principl~ line of business is covered by this Code.
The- Deputy A~dministrator in his ~final report on said ;Ilmel~lndmn t
to said Codle having found as herein set forth aznd on the basis of all
the proceedings in this matter:
It is found that:
(a) The ament'i~lnwnlt to said Cod~e and th~e Code na- amenrdedc~ are
well designed to promote the po-lic~ies and purposes.- of Title I: of the
National I~ndustrial Reco~very Act includiing the rem~lioval of ob~struec-
tions to thle free flown of interstate and foreian~r commerce which tend
to dimlinishi the amlount thereof, and will provide for the general
w~elfalre byi promo!'tingb thie reorganization of industry for thle purpose
of coopera~tiv-e action of labor and manal~;genwntll under adequate gov-
ernmnental sanction and superv\ision, by elimrina~ting~ unfair crom-
petfii'tiv pl';ractices'-, by promoting the fullest possible utilization of the
present productive enpal~city of industries, by avoicdingl undue res~tric-
tion of p~rodclrtioln (except as mayn be temporarily required), by in-
creasing thle can tun~llption of! industrial and agricultural p~roducts
through increncing pur~chas.-ing power by rednell;ingr and relieving=
unemnploymennt, by3 impr ~novmg----- --t standards~ of labor, and by othelrwsise;
rehabil itating~ industry.
(b) The Ca~de as mnended.7 l~ complies in all respects with the per-
t~inentl prov,\ision11 of said TIitle of aid- Act, includaingr w\ithoult. limi-
tation subsection (a) of Seetioni~l 3, subsection (a) of Section 7 and
subseiction (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) TIhe Code empowersI the Code Authority to pr~esent the afore-
said amendmllent on behal11~F of the Indu lrtry3 as a wh~ole.
(dl) This amnendiment and the Code as amrendedc are not cdesignled
to and will not permit monopolies or monopolistic patcs
(e) This aemedment and the Code as amlcl~ended are not designed~c
o0 and will not eliminated~ or op~reiss small centerpri1ses and wiill not
operate to discriminate against, thlem.
(f) Those engaged in other steps of the economic proicess have not
been deprived of the right to be heard prior to approval of said
FEor these reasons, this aleltmendme has been azpprov~ed.
For the NMational Industrial Reco~very Board:
W.~i A. HARRIMAN,!
NOV~EMB~ER 5, 1934. distadeOfe,
AMPcENDMENT T TIO CO)E~ OF; FAIR COMtPEI~'lTTI. IO N FOR
THE B~LEACH[ED) SHELLAC6 3\1 ANUij F AC( TTU 1 HI NG
Delete: Sect~ion 4 of Article: VI. O;rp nization a~nd~ Dutie.- ofi thel
Code Authority. andr substituted therefor thec follonlvno:
SECTION~ --- It ,einji found nerowneya~'3 in ollrder to supportl thle
admllinlisjl;t aion of this Code11 andi to maltintarin the ;tandalr~lds of fa;ir
competition estazblishedl herent.~lerlcl and to cfftea-tulate the p~olic! of thec
Act, thle Code ~uthorit~y is aulthorllcize:
(a) To incur such reasonable o~bligations~Z as ate necessa! ;y and
proper for the fore~going pu!~rpo es, anzd to mleet whc ~ ob~ligationr l out
of funds wh`Iich nInya be rd edl as hlere~innfte~ r providedl anil whichl
shall be held in trust for th~e pulrpose~t of theC Co0de;
(b) To s~ubmit to the Naltiona~l InllIn-triil Rtcovery\ Bo;!rd~ fol
its approcval. subject to -wh1 nctice: and. olpport~unity to be heard~i
as it mlay d~eeml nece ur;ly (1) an itemiizedt budge~rt of its ctianu~tedi
exp~ensesro for th foreg~cing~ purpo3ses: andr (2) an equ~itnhle~ bad-~ upon)1
which the funds nccessurly to support Yuclrh budget -hlnl be mutIl reibu~ted
by members of the Industry;
(c) Afte1 lrl such buget and babis of 1onl~tsrtibuin havec beenll upI-
proved b~y thle INationlli Industrlial~ Rec~over1y Bjoard.c to determllinec
and obtainl equritable contribution as abov-e set- forth. by all Iloombei~rr s
of the Industry, and to that e~nd, if necessary,: to institute Ic~la pro(-
ceedings thereI~for in it~s own ulnmel.
B. Each membert~'L of the Industryr shall p~ayS his or its equjritabfle
contributions! to the expecnses of the ma;1inltnacel;1' of thie Codle Au1-
thlority, dietermlinedl as hecreinabovre providedT, andi subject to rules;
and regulantionsli pertaining thereto issued~~ by the Natlionnll Ind~ustrial
Reicovery~~ Board. OnlyP mlemnbers of the Industry complying~ withl
th Cdean cntIbutng to the exp~enses of its amnclistra~ 'tiollnaS
herecinabove providedi (unless duly exemllpted fromll maklling~ Csuch
contribution), shall be enltitled to r~ecerive the benefits of the vo~~llu-
tary activities of the Code Authority- or to make use of any1! embleml
or insigniat of the N~at~ional Recovery Administration.
C. Thle Code Aluthority shall neither inculr nor pay any obligation
substantially in1 excess of thte amount thereof as estimantedt in its
approved budget, and shall in no event exceedl the total aonllclt, con-
tained in the approved budget~, except upon approval of the N\a-
tional Industrial Recovery Board; and no -subsequeunt budget. shall
contain any deficiency itemn for expenditures in excess of prior
budget est imIa tes except those which the ~National Industrial Recovrery
Board shall have( so approved.
Appirovedct Codte No. 403--Amlendment No1. 1.
Rergist ry No. 619--01.
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