Proposed code of fair competition for the raised printing manufacturing industry as submitted on August 31, 1933

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Title:
Proposed code of fair competition for the raised printing manufacturing industry as submitted on August 31, 1933
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Raised printing manufacturing industry
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3 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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Printing industry -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Embossing (Printing)   ( lcsh )
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Cover title.
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At head of title: National Recovery Administration.
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"Registry No. 1325-02."

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University of Florida
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U.S. DEPOSITORY


The Code for the Raised Printing Mianufacturinst Indulstry
in its present form merely reflects the proposal of the above-mentioned
industry, and none of the provisions contained therein are
to be regarded as having received the approval of
the National Recovery administrationn
as applying to this industry




UNITCED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1973


For sale by the Superintendent of Documents. W'ashington, D.C. - Price 5 rents


Registry No. 1325--02


NATIONAL; RECOVERY' ADMINISTRATION




PROPOSED COD~E: OF FAIR: COMPETITIONS




RAISED PRINTING

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY


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PROPOSED CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THIE: RAISED
PRINTING MANUFI~iACTU`IRIN~G INDUSTRY

Tro etf~tectuate the policy~ of' Title I of the National 1Recovery ~Act,
ther following pIrovisionsl have been established, ai; a codle of fair
compell'tition fo t~he Raisedt Printing~ Manufacturtrin rin Industry:

AnzaTI'E I-D1evISIT Crw

(a) The term~ Raisedl Pr~intinor Manufacturing Industry "' as
used'r herelin shall be co~nst rued to ine-Wider all mnanulfacturerss of powdler
aIndl machinery? sp~ec~ifienllly preparedl o clesigned~ for uxse inI the:
produciirtion of Ra~cised Pri;nting.
(b) Thle term C"Associntio~n ") as used herein melans The A~issneintion
of Marnufurturers of Raised~ Pr~intingS Ma~terials and Miachinery. A
copyv of the Constitution mull B~ylaws of said Association is attached
heitret Inmarkd ("App~endrix A."" The membe~c rshlip of said~ As~socin-
tion is r~epriesentat i ve of the Ratictl Pri lt ing ~a nu fact uri ng

I~d~(c) Thie terml "i emloyI\es; ") as used~ heretin means all pecrso~ns em-
playedc~ in the establishmnirts coviered hr- this code.
('d) Thle term effecctiv-e date as uIsed herein, means the tenth
daiy after this cod~e h~as been a~pprov-edl by, the Pr~esidlent of the United-
Stlte.i.
ANTILE I-Hon.-R orF LAnon

On and a~fter thec effective dlate no peirson, employed within the
Rnli~se~ lPrilntinlg Mlanulfactuirin Indu~stryv shall be permitte d to wfork
more thaun an average of fo~ty hours per week during any sixs months'
p~eriodl followinga th effective dante h~er~eof no1 Ir mre thanl forty-eight
hours dluring any week, bult such limlitation1S shalnl not apply to:
(a) A"ny person emlployedt in an executive, admlninist rative, super-
visory, and (or) technical capacity, or as an oultside salesman.
(b) Cases of emerlgen cy, provided t~hat at the end of' each calendar
month~ any such emlployerr in the Raised'l Printing Mal~chinery In-
dlustry shall report to the Association. in such detail as may be re-
quired~ by the Executive Committee, the number of man-hours so
worked. giv-ing the emergency reasons therefore.
ARTICLET` 11-1INI.11EM-~ TYAeEs

OnI andc afterl thef effec~tiv'e. ate the mlinimnum wag~es paid by any
emplloyer in thle Raiised Printing Ma~chine Indlustry to any employee,
including accountting. clerical. office. and sales emlployes,, shall b~e
not less than for~ty cents per hlour or at the rate of forty cents per
hour if paid on other than an hourly~ basis unless the hourly rate for
the same class of work on July 15th. ~1~9:0 ws less than forty cents
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per hour in which latter case the minimumn wages paid shall be
not less thnan the! hourly rate paid on July 1_5th, 1929, and in. no event
less than thirty cents per hour.
In the case of an employee whose compensation is based upon a
measure other than time, the total compensation paid shall be no less
than, suchn employee would be entitled to receive if his compensation
were measured by a time rate.
ARTICLE ~~-IV-CHILD LABOR

On and after the effective date, no emp~lloy~er in the Raised Print-
ing M/lanufacturing Industry shall emlploy any person under the age
of sixteen. years.

ARTICLE V A ADMINISTRATION

The Assoc~iatiotn is hereby apponinted~ an Ragenc for t~he follorwing
purposes :
(a) To represent the Raised Printing Manufacturing Lndust.ry
in all dealings with the Administrator pwith respect to such code, t~he
application thereof, and said act and any regulations issued th;ere-
under, and ame~~lllnme nts;1 of this code or additional codes applicable
to thne Raised Pr~inting Manllufacturing Industry or subdlivisions
thereof.
(b) To formulate rules of fair competition and fair trade prac-
tice for the Industry, and to present such rules to the Admllinistrator
in the form of a supplementary code or supplementary codes.
(c) To collect from the memlbers1 of the association all data and
statistics which may be called for under this code, or required by
the President, or reasonably pertinent to effectuate Title I of said
Act. Anly data and (or) statistics of a confidential nature shall be
collected byT a firm of Certified Accouxntants or other suitable agent
selected by the REaised ]Printing Myanufacturing Industry.
(d) The duties of the Association aLbove enumerated shall be
exercised by action, of its Board of D~irectors and (or) its members
as provided in its Constitution and Bylaws. 'The Association mlay
delegate any of its duties to such agents and conulnittees as it may
appoint, whose personnel, duties, and powers may be changed by
the Association from time to time.

ARTILE VI

ALny establishment operating under the prov.,\isions of this code
which is not a mlembler of the Association shalll pay to thie Associa-
tion a share of the expenses of the? Adm~inistration of this code on
the same basis as if it were a member.

~ALRici VII EM[PLOYIE ORa.mNIzr\T oN .\So, B.\(inah.uxSo

(8,) Emnployes shall have the right to olrganize andl bargFain col-
lectively through representatives of their own choosing, andl shall be
free from interference, restraint, or coercion of employers of labor,
or their agents, in the design ation of such repr~esentatives or in self-








clrga~nizationl or in otherl concerted activities forl the pulrlpose of c~ol-
lect~ive bar~gaining or other mutual aid or pr~otection..
(b) No emnpl o ye alnd no one seeking employment shall be required
as a condition of employment to join any company un ion or to r~efn inI
from joining, organizing, or assisting a labor organization of his
own c ~oosmng.
(c) ~Employers shall comply w8ith. the maximum hours of labor,
mninimuim rates of pay, and other conditions of employment, appr1ovedZ
or pr~escrib~ed by~ th~e President.
AnnIcLE VIII:

Thle ]Presidecnt o-f the United States ma5y, from time to timle. cancel
lor modify anyr order, approval, license, rule, or re~gulation issued
u~nder Ti~tle I of t~he NaT~tional Recovery A~ct.

,RT'ICLIE IX-ARIENDI\ lENTS OR ADDITIONAL CODES

tSupp~lementalry pr~ovisions or amendments to this cod~e or aIddii-
tionlal codes or 3fair trade practice rules miay from times to time be
ubm~nittedl in behalf of the Rised Printing Maitnufacturi~ngu Indus~try3
for~ the apptroval~ of the 1President.
Thlis instrument mayT be execu~ted~ in several counlter parts, each of
whlich1 shll be drelemed to be an. original, which to~gethler shall consllti-
t u~te onef3 instrulment.
HEarbor Chemlical Comlpanly, 3053 Border Street, East Bo--
ton, Ma~ss., by Chas. ]R. Harris, Mlanagetr; A. Stokes~
Company, Hi-3ldson, Ohio, by A. Stokes, Prop.; Autolf~-
matic Pr~inting D~evices Co., 1600 Junction A~venue,
Racine, Wisconsin, by Paul J. Barnard; Flexo M/anu-
facurng many, 35 H-oward Street, NewFP York~
CiybyS. Neilsen, Treas.-Sc'y; EmboIssogra phI
Process Co. Inc., 251. Williamn Street, New Yr
City, by 8.' Lipsius, Pres. & Treas.; C3. E. Dilkes
Company, 6 ]DawFsonl Street, Newarkil'l, N3.J., by C. 1Edc-
wanrd Dilkes;,Wood, Nathan &. Virkus Co., In~c.. #112
Charlton Street, NewR Ylork CityI by 1Kirk Alear~lin,.
Vice Pres.




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