Amendment to supplementary code of fair competition for the prison equipment manufacturing industry (a division of the f...

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Title:
Amendment to supplementary code of fair competition for the prison equipment manufacturing industry (a division of the fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry) as approved on November 6, 1934
Portion of title:
Prison equipment manufacturing industry
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4 p. : ; 24 cm.
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English
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United States -- National Recovery Administration
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United States Government Printing Office
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Washington, D.C
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Prisons -- Equipment and supplies -- United States   ( lcsh )
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non-fiction   ( marcgt )

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Cover title.
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
General Note:
"Registry No. 1118-27."
General Note:
"Approved Code No. 84M1--Amendment No. 1."

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University of Florida
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UNIV. OF FTL DR
DOCUYENTS DEPTH.



U.S. DEPOSITORY~


For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Wasrt-ington. D). ('. - Prirce kenu


Approved Code No. 84 M I-A mecndmecnt No. 1


Registrry No. 1118--27


NATIONAL RECO\VER- ADMINISTRATION



AMENDMENT TO SUPPLEMENTARY

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

PRISON EQUIPMENT

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

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

AS APPROVED ON NOVEMlBER 6, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1931



























Trhis p~ublicaltion is for s~ale by the Superintendent of Documenlts, Government
Pritin Ofic. W lando. C., and b$ district offes~ of thle BCurecnu of
Forcign anndl D~omestic Co~mmeree..
DIST~!..T OFFICES OF THIE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Atanutul, Gu,.: 304 Post Oitiet Buildling.


Bunffalo, X. Y.: C~hamber of Commerce Buibling,
(.hj:llrll-tonl. 8. C:.: Chamber of Commerce Buibling~.
Chie-sen~cl, 11L: M!ite 17110, 201 No'rth W~ells Stretc.
Ch11\rl-inal. Ohio: Chamber of Commyere.
Dacllas, Tex.; (3ham~ber of Cfommerce Bu~:ibline~.
Def ru:it. M~i(h.: '11l First, National Bankll Bulildling.

Inlbou'On:ll l lis, Indl.: Chamrber of Commlerce Biuibling.
Jalcksourille, F~la.: ('humbe~lr r of Commerce Buib~ling.
Kanlsas City, Mo.: lots' Baltimnore Avenue.

Lourisvlle, Ky. : -1;1S Federal Haildling.


:;I\ Orleans, L~a.: Room 22.5-A~, Customhouse.

Norre~l!kl Va".: -100 Es;,t P'lllct Street.

]Paril:n1:, Oror~.: '-1.1 "3ne Past Orfficen Unlibling.r
St,. LIouis, ;\lrl.: 300; Olive Street.

Seatltl, W~ash. : O:'I Federal On~ci Buildling.












Approved Code N\o. 84MIL-Amendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO' SUPPL;EM~ENT'AR'Y COD)E OF FAIR
COMPIETITION~c
FOR THE
PRISON EQUIPMENT MgANUFACTUR~ING
INDUILSTRY

As Approved on Novemtber 6, ]1934

BORDER

Airrnovisr~; a Ansur~-rNT of1 SUjPP'LEMENTARY\I: CODE OF AIR~~ CUMPETI.~.-
TION? FOR TH-E PRISON IE1QUIPMCENT nI.1 NEFAC
A DIV-INION OF THIE FAB3RICAlTED MIETAL HI'I:,UC-TS MANUFAJ`CTERIP ING; AND
METAL FINIIISHIN AN;D MIETAL COATING INDTUSTRY

An applications hav-ing been dluly uniule~ pursuan~llt to and~ inl furll
compllianlce with the provisionss of Tjitle II of thet Natio~nal Indus~~trial
Recovery3 Act, approved June 16, 1933, for aPprova~.l ~f amnendmrientt s
to a Supplem~entary Code of Fair Compe~titionl for ther Prisonl Equtip-
m~ent M~anuf:uet~uring Indus1try!, and Notice to Ftile Objectionl hlaving
been givenl and thle annexed report on said numendmentlc onltalining~
findings wcith r'espel.t there~to, havTing been mladle andt dlirectedl to thle
SPresidlent:
NlOWi, THEREIFORE, on behalf of thle Pres~identlt of thle Unitedt
Stntes, th~e National Indu~strial Recov-ery B~oard, put-uno;~ lt to a~uthor-
ity restei~d in it by Executiv~e Orders1 of thle P~re-cicen, iclui
Ex~ecrutivec Order No. 08.30, and oItherw\~ise ; does hlerebyI inlcorporate, by
reference, said annexe~sd r~epolt and doers findl that saidl amenanentsl~lf-
and1 the! Supplementney~lM Code as constituted after being amlendedc
comply in aill r~esp~c~ts withz the pertinent provisions andtt will pr1o-
mnote the policy arnd purpo-''es of said TIlitle o~f -nid Act, andl does
hlereby orderil that said meltlrlndments he and are hlereby~ apporoed, and
that the previous approvl~c\n of said Supplemenlitar~y Code is herebky
amllendedt to ilc~lude an approval of said Sup1pkInentaryfI' Clode inl its
(ldlfelyJ RS nllinllenfle.

By W A.Hannsex, Adinitratv fjicer .
Approval reC'conunlienddc~c:
liCI LBOURNE I : OH-SSN.N~y
Actin Di~visioni Admlnrni2,trator..
W"CaS`IsuzxO1o, D. C.,
NovLemlber, G", 1934.
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REEPORT TO THI[E PRESIDENT


TheO PREScIDEN'T,
The WChite H~ouse.
SmK: This is a report on three amnendmlents to the Supplem~entary
Code of Fair Comnpe~tition for the Prison Equripmecntt Manufactuin rin
Inusry dfiin the tcense1 "LPrison Equipmnent Malnulfacturingl Iln-
dutr industry products "' and memberl~J! of theC indu11stry."
TIhese ullcltlrnt.endme nts were p~lr~lopoed in a!:ccolrdanlce with AtceX
Section 2 of the Supplmnty CodZe, alpprovefd July 5, 94
Noticet of Olppor'tunlty to beHeard was given from October 11,
1!,:'-, to October 04, 1934. No objc~tio~n has bteen filed aga7ins-t these
amleitndents of thle Suppl'lmentary'1' Code.

FINDINGS
Th .:-,itat epty' Adm~inistentorto in his final reporult to us on
said unmnanenlii~lt of said SuI)~pplemeltalry Code havi;ng found as herein
set forth andi on, the@ bais~ of all the prm.-ed~~~ ing-. in this matter~'l. We!
find that :
(a) The unwmhnent sll~t of said Sup~plemientary Code and the Sup-
ph-a-n:'ltnl'Yey ode as amended are wrell constitutied to prom.,note thle
policies andt purpose i'Cof T~itle I of thle National Industrial Rlecovery
Alct, ImInd1ring ther Iclremval of obs~tru~c-tions to the free flown of inter-
cltak and~ fo,'tirlig conunlerce which tend to dliminish t~he amllount
"-,threof, andill provide for~ the general welfare by" promo"ting the
:Iry:!i,ization of InldutryflS for the p~urposes of cUoopera'tiveC action
aiiislrig fle Tentle~71 Groups, by jhoing ri iandmitiigu e a cto
of$ labor and !Ilnag~:enwn'! t under adequarlte Groveiriimenti sancltioni andc
~lillrvlision, by celimlinating unfair compelititi ve practices, by piiromot-
Sine~ thet fullest poss~ibIle ult ilizalt ionr of the~ present prodn e(.t i ve enpacity'
otf indutlrjiles, bty avoiding1I undcue resltr~iction of produtlc~tion, I (xcepclt as
mnay- by temllporarily required), by inrasn thre c'onsumptlll~ iol of
imcinstlual :Indt an~redurd~ra pr'cdilts throughll incrouingif pulr~chasinlg
pocwer, by r~educ;iin and rehna unmpoyen, ndimro
stunlnalars f labor, and by otherwise rehabilitatilt ng ll.-try.
(b)) Theli Qiuppk~ll!jinentry Code asr amended~~! complllries in ll respec~l(lts
w\ithou~t limlitation Pllltwection (at) of !Section .3, Sub;]-etion (al li) of~
$I---t icon ( andl Subs~cctio~n (b) o~f Scect~ion 10> thereo~cf.
(c) TIher SuppIlemetrntar~y ('c;:e empower\cl. the Supp))!lenwntat;ry ~codet
Authllonty tot plrol-l-t thle aforesaid amiendmlci ens on b~ehalf of thec

10i 'Ilr Milclildlllrc ns ;Orld tic 10 8llll))J)I*HlHlry (1II'.' ;Is ;MlH fl edtc R1e
not1 bO lu t ald wilj lO notpermlit mono:I(poliesC or monopol)11isti(:









(e) The amendments and the Suppllmentur~y Code as amecnded
ar~e not designed to and w-cill not etiliminafe or oppress small enter-
prises andJ will not operated! to d iscr~imIi nateso agi nst them.
(f) Those engagedt- in other steps of the econom~~i~ ic process have not
been deprllived of the right to bea heard prior to aplproval of said
amendmlentrS.
For this reason, these amnendmlents have been app~rovedl by us.
For the National Industrial Recovery Board:
WV. A. H1ARRIMAN,
Adm,~in isrativ~e Oflierl.
NOVrlnl DER F, 19841.













AM ND EN T SUPPLEMTE NI;~TARYiln CIODE OF FA1IR
CIOMP1ETIITION 10FR THEII~- PRISON EF:'IPMEN~1~1T MAN-
FAt~CTUR INGr INDEST~l` R

A 0 Irlll (141% 'l'l TE AUlifAi'', 0 31ETAL P'HUDL'1CTS MANUFALCTURL ~~IN AND)
31ET7AL TINTHITIf AND 31ET.1L COATING IN DISTRY
Fotrl Artic~le ZI. Sectionl 1 (a). substitute thle fo.fr,-llown:
TIhe terml Pri-onl Equ~ipmllent Ma;1Indnetur~f\fing~ Industr; )" or1 thet
"( Irelrf.tev".' a1~ usedl here~in. i dlefinedl to meanR~ the manu llf~facturing
for ~ale and oilr' offering~ to sell tand/olr selling and,'or installation! of
industry? products, hiereinafter cdefinedl as~ prison equipmenirlt, by! ai
mlemberCII Of thle Induslltry~, as helreinafter dlefinedc.
F~or Ar1ticle II. Section 1. (b): substitute the follow-ing~:
Tlhe telrm "' indcXtlZ rI" products ". as used herein. is debuedlct to mean;11
prisonl equll-ipmnit.n compllrising.r bult without :ilimtation,. such par~ts
as2 IIll-. call fron~ts, klooking andc opera~ting~ dlevilce-, Ivcwks cell furl-
nlishingi~S. w-indIowTs, w\indow7r guarllds, grillesc. gating~ and p~late pa~ti-
tionls and~ doorsx, andc relatedl sptc~ialltit, and parts, anly or all of such1
parts constitution. wihen assembledl~~ prison equliipmentl for p~risonsc.
jails. r~efonltrmateria :1 asylu1S and other penal and/our-- coLrrective inst-~
tutions in w-hichl pul'blj 1Ci.c pa and safety r fillcd and~r preventedl fr'oml escapre.
F~orAlr~tile II1, ec.tionl 3, 211!bs~tiltut the following~:
The1~. tcwinl '( membller of t~he industry "? as nl-ci herein includes, bul~t
liith~out limitation, anly individulll. parltnershlip association, Iearpo-
r~innili or other~i forml of entrcipris~e en=gaged in this TInductryS neither
as anl runp~lo\erl or' on his ow-n or its ow\n behalf in mlanuIfaC't during.
and/or cofferiniig to -ell, and/lor elling~ and/or ins~tallktionl of indusrylcl?
prduts ecplt general and/or buildling~ contraf~ctors shelling and o
Insta~llingc prISOnI equipmll ent as part of a general~ bnibl~ingc rcournet.C'1
.\llllied Code No. rAlTII-Amendmern nt No~. 1.
R(Egi-try No. 1118s-27.
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