Registry No. 1421--B---02
NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
C OD E OF FAIR C OMRPE TITI ON
MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS
For sarle by the Sulperintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C. - Price 5 ceent
AS APPROVED ON NOVEMBER 8, 1933
"" ""t"*Mrenre Order
2. Letter of Transmittal
GOVERNMENT PRINTING )FFICE
WASHINGTON : 1983
This publienition is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents. Government
Printing Offic~e, Was~hington, D.C., and by district ofiees of the Bureau of Foreign
and Domestic Conmmerce.
DISTRICT OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Atlanuta, Ga.: 504 Post Office Building.
Birmingbum, Ala.: 257 Federal Builling.
Bo~ston, Mlass. : 1801 Custombouse.
Buffanlo, N.Y.: Chamber of Commerce Buijding.
Charlestoln. S.C.: Chamber of Commerce Buildling.
Chicago, Ill.: Suite 17i06, 201 North WFells Street.
Clevela~nd, Ohio: Chamber of C'cmm~er~ce
Dallals, Tex.: Chambler of Commerce Building.
Detro~it. MIieb.: 2213 First National Bank Building.
Houstonl. Texn.: Chamber of Commerce Building.
Indlianapolis, Ind.: Chamrber of Commerce Building.
Jacksonville, Fla.: Chamber of Commerce Building.
Kansas City. M~o.: 102L8 Baltimlore Avenue.
Lo~s Agoeles. Ca~lif.: 1163 South Broadwnay.
Louisville. Ky.:~ 40(8 Federal Building.
M"~ emp1Ihis, Tennt: 229 Fedleral Building.
M ninneap~olis, M~ini.: 213 Federal Buibtling.
New Orleans, La.: Room 225-A, Custrlmbouse.
New York, N.Y.: 734 Custombouse.
i, ~Norfolk. V'a.: 4106 Ensft Plume Street.
Philadelphi3, Pa.: 933 Commercial Trust Building.
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Chamber of Co~mmerc~e Buildling.
iiPortland, Oreg.: 215 New Post Office Building.
St. ~Louis, Mot'.: 50)6 Olive Street.
Sun FrnlcisCo,. Calif.: 310 Custumboic~ use.
Sieattle, W3sh. : 800 FEederal Building.
CODE OF FAIR COMTPETITION FOR THE MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS
1\fAN;UFACTUTRING IN DUSTRIY
An application having been duly made, pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of title I of the NPational Industrial
Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for my approval of a Code of
Fair Competition for the M~otor Fire Apparatus Manufacturing In-
dustry, and hearings having been held thereon and the Administra-
tor having rendered~ his report containing an analysis of t~he said code
of fair competition together writh his recommendations and findings
with respect thereto, and the Administrator having found that the
said code of fair competition comnplies in all respects with the perti-
nent provisions of title I of saidc act and that the requirements of
clauses (1) and (2) of subsection (a) of section 3 ofB the said act
have been met:
NOWr THEREFORE, I, Frank~lin D. Roosev;elt, President of t~he
United Stat~es, pursuant to the authority vested in- me by title 5 of
the National Industrial Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, and
otherwise do adopt and approve the report, recommendations and
findings of the Admin~istrator and do order that the said code of
fair competition be and it is hereby approved.
FRANKULI[N D. ROOSEVELT.
THE VHITE 110USE,
November 8, 1933.
HUGH S. JoHNSON
A dmin str~ator.
NOVEMBER 31 1933.
The Wh'ite House.
SIn: The proposed Code of Fair Competition for the M~otor Fire
Apparatus MIanufa~cturers Industry was submitted to the Adminis-
trator on October 10th, 1933, by the Mlotor Fire Apparatus Manu-
facturers Association, representing approximately 70%i~ of the numn-
ber of manufacturers engaged in the industry, and 90%b or more
of the dollar volume of the industry. The Hearing was conducted
in WVashington, on October 24, 1933, and the Code was revised during
the recess of this hearing and was submitted in its present form for
approval. All persons who requested an appearance were properly
heard in compliance. with statutory and regulatory .requirements.
Fire apparatus manufactured by this industry is Individual and
built to specifications; the market for the products manufactured
by the. industry is limited to municipalities, divisions of State or
Federal Government, and large manufacturers, maintaining inde-
pendent fire protection.
The Industry has suffered a tremendous decrease (approximately
70%,) in its sales during the past four years. The capital invested
in the Industry has been seriously depleted. The equipment of its
principal purchasers, namely mIusIic~ipa~ities, is comparatively mod-
ern. Throughout this period, however, the wages of its employees
have been steadily maintained, and the extremely high average hour-
ly rate of approximately 72 cents bespeaks the fairness of the
members during the depression period.
The number of employees has only decreased in the same period
approximately 50%~. With the provision of a maximum week of
35 hours and the possibility of credit extensions through possible
Governmental loans to its limited consumer market, it is estimated
that a 25%~ increase in wages and an additional 10% increase in
emnploymnent will result..
ARTICLE I. Plrp)oses.
ARTICLE 11. Definitions.
ARTICLE III. Provides a maximum week of 35 hours with a toler-
ance of 3C9i for all employees except watchmen, outside salesmen,
and dlelivery engineers and employees en''aged~ in a managerial or
executive espncity earning in excess of $35.00 p~er w~eek. Employees
engaged solely in maintenance. and repair work, engineers, furnace
firemlen, and janitors are limited to 40 hours per w~eek.
ARTICLE IV.~ Establishes a mlinimumn rate p~er hour of 40 cents
and a minimum rate for all employees of $14.00( aind provides for
full adjustments in all pay sched~ules.
ARTICLE Y~. PFOVildes DO peiSOni under 16 years of age miay be em-
ployed. No one under 18 yepar of age may be employed in a hazard-n
ous occupation. Prohibition of reclassification.
AnnanL VI. Provides for a code authoritytcoisoffvin-
viduals representing the industry and two additi onals nonvotring me-
bers may be appointed by the Administrator.
ARTIOLE VII. Provides the fair trade practices of the industry.
ARTICLE VIII. Provides a merchandising p~lan.
ARTICLE IX. 1\fodifications.
ARTICLE X. Monopolies.
ARTICLE XI. Provides for filing with association of changes in
ARTICLE XIIT. General.
ARTICLE XIII. Effect~ive date.
The Administrator finds:
A. This Code complies in all respects with the pertinent ph~rases
of title I of the act including without limlitation subsection A of
section 7 and subsection B~ of section 10) thereof.
B. The Mlotor Fire Apparatus 10aniufactur~ers Association is truly
representative of the 1\lotor Fire Appara~tus Maniufacturers Indus-
try a.nd the bylaws of this association contains no inequitable restric-
tions on memberships,.
C. The code is not designed to promote monopolies or to eliminate
or oppress small enterprises and w~ill not operate to discriminate
against then and will tend to effectuate the policy of title I of the
National Recovery Act.
It is rec~ommlendled, therefore, that this code be approved.
HUan S. JOHNSON,
Digitized by [he Iniiereiia Archivle
In 2011 w~iih Lundinig Irom
University of Florida, Geaorge A. Smnalhers LIbraries waih support from LYRASIS anid [he Sloan Founidalioni
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOIR THE MOTOR FIRE
APPARATUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
To effectuate the policies of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery Actz the following provisions are submitted as a Code of
Fair Competition for the M~otor Fire Apparatus M~anufacturers
Industry, and upon approval by the President shall be the standard
of fair competition for such Industry and shall be binding upon
every member thereof.
1. The term motor fire apparatuls manufacturers industry or
" industry as used herein shall mean the manufacture inl the U~nited
States and sale byv manufacturers of mlotor-propelled fire apparatus,
including pumping engines, aerial trucks, water towers, hook-and-
ladder trucks, service trucks, chemical engines hose cars, salvage
cars, squad cars, all other motor-propelled vehicles and equipment
for same, usedl for fire protection purposes, motor pick-up street
sweepers, and service parts for same.
2. The appliention of thle Code of Fai~r Comnpetition to the prod-
ucts enumerated in this article shall be defined as follows:
(a) If the operation of any provisions of this Code should interfere
with the exercise of the existing lawful patent rights or rights under
an existing lawful patent licensing agreement, anyone affected
thereby may2 apply to the Code Authlority, which shall have power
to grant an exemption, subject to the approval of the Administrator.
(b) The products listed in Paragraph 1 shall be subject to all the
provisions of the Code of F~air C.omplletition and articles except as
lmited by subparagraph (a) hereof.
3. The term "' member of the Industry as used her~ein shall mean
anly employer engarged in the motor fire-alpparatus manufacturers'
4. The terml members of t.he Code shall mean any member of the
Industry who signifies assent to this Code.
5. Thle term "Association ", as ulsed herein, shall mean the! Motor
FireApprats Mnufcturrs ssoiatona Trade A~ssociation
oirgaized tUNDER aunthler ~ law of theSaeof Delaware, and having
its principal place of business at 100 W~est Tenth Street, WNilmington,
6. The term employee as used herein includes anyone engaged
in the indulstry in any capacity~ receivingr comnpnsation for his serv-
ices, irrespective of the nature or method of payment of such
7. The term "' emlployer as used herein includes anyone by whom
any such employee is compensated or employed.
8. The terms "L President ", "'Act ", and "Administrator as used
herein shall mean,, respectively, the President of the United States
the National Industrial Recovery Act, and thle Administrator oj
ARTICLE III--Houns or LABOR
1. M~embes of the Industry shall so operate their plants that the
averae mloyment of all factory employees (with exceptions stated
belo) sallnot exceed thirty-five hours per week for the period
from the effec~tive date to December 31, 1933, and quarterly there-
after, and th~e hours of each individual employee shall so far as
practicable conform with this average and shlall in no case exceed
the same by more th~an three percent.
In order to give to employees such average of thirty-five hours
per week, it will be necessary at times to operate for substantially
longer hours, but. no employee shall be emnployed for more than six
days or 48 hours in any one week, and all such peaks shall be
absorbed in such aver~age.
2. NSo other employees except watchlmen, outside salesmen, and
delivery engineers as termed in this I~ndustry, unless employed in
a managerial or executive ca~pacityv and earrung in no week lessi than
$35.00, shall be permitted to work in excess of 48 hours in any one
week, and not mocre than an average of 40 hours per week for the
period from, the. effective dlate to December 31, 1933, and quarterly
3). Employees engaged~ solely in maintenance and repair work,
engineers, furnace firemlen, and janitors shall not work mlore than
40) hours in anly one week, or more than 8 hours in any twentyv-four
hour period, unless paidl one and one-half hours' pay for each hour
ARTICLE IV 1VAGES
1. No member of the Indlustry shall pay any factory or mechanical
worker or artisan less thanl 40 cents per hour.
2. N member orf the Industcry shall payv anyr accounting, clerical,
office, service, sales, or other employees less than $14.00 per week.
3. Equitable adjustments in all pay schedules of factory employees
above the minimum shall be made on or before thirtyV days subse-
quent to the effective date of this Code by any emp~loye:s who have
not heretofore made such adjustment; and the first reports of wages,
required to be! filed under this Code, shall contain all wage increases
made since June 1, 1933. Pay schedules shall be subject to review
and readjustmnent by the Admiinistrator. In no case shall rates be
4. Office boys and girls under twent~y-one years of age, superan-
nuated employers, andf~or pensioners mlay be paid at. a rate not
less than 80 percent of thle foregoing minimum rates, but in no
case shall this class of employee constitute more than 5 percent of
the total number of employees.
5. This ACrticle establishes a minimum rate of pay, regardless of
whether an employee is compensated on a time-rate, piecework, or
~ARTICLE V---GrENERAL LABOR PROVISIONS
1. No person under 16 years of age shall be employed in the
Industry, nor anyone under 18 years of age at operations or occupa-
tions hazardous in nature or detrimental to health. In any State
an employer shall be deemed to have compiled with this provision
if he shall have on file a certificate or permit duly issued by the
authority in such State empowered to issue employment or age
certificates or permits showingr that the employee Is of the required
2. Employees shall have t~he right to organize and bargain col-
lectively through representatives of their own choosing and shall be
free from the interference, restraint, or coermion of employers of
labor or their agents, in the designation of such representatives, or
in self-organization or in other concerted activities for the. purpose
of collective bargaaining or other mutual aid or protection.
3. No employee and no one seeking employment shall be required
as a condition of employment to Jomn any Company Union, or to
refrain from jolming, organizing, or assisting a labor organization of
his own choosing.
4. Employers shall comnply with the maximum hours of labor,
minimum rates of pay, and other conditions of employment. approved
or prescribed byv the President.
5. Within each Stat~e this Code shall not. supersedle any laws of
such State imposing more stringent requirements on employers regu-
lating the age of employees, wages, hours of work, or health, fire,
or general working conditions than under this Code.
6. Employers shall not. reclas~sifyv employees or duties of occ~upa-
tions performed by employees so as to defeat the purpose of the Act.
7. No employee shall work or be permitted to work for a2 total
number of hours in excess of the number of hours prescribed fo~r each
week and day, whether employed by one or more employers. Pro-
vided, however, that if any employees should be employed by morea
than one employer for an aggregate period in excess of such maxi-
mum without the knowledge or connivance of any one of such em-
ployers, such employer shall not be held to have violated the Section.
8. Employers shall post in a conspicuous place, accessible to all
employees, t~he labor provisions of this Code.
To further effectuate the policies of the Act, a Code Authority is
hereby constituted to cooperate with the Administrator in the
administration of this Ciode.
The Code Aluthority shall have the following powers and duties,
in addition to those elsewhere provided in this Code, subject to the
right of the Aldministrator, on review, to disapprove or modify
any action taken by the Code Authorityr.
1. The Codle Auth~ority shall consist of five individuals repre-
sent~ing members of the Industry selected by a method approved by
the Administrator. The Admnimstrator, in his discretion, may ap-
point not more than two addlitional members (wit-hout vote) to
represent the Administrator.
2. The Codle Aulthority is hereby constituted the agency for col-
lecting stantistkul l ata as to costs, production, sales, and all other
matters affecting the Indlustry as to which the Administrator may
require information, and the members of the Industry shall furnish
sworn statements or reports to th~e Codle Authority as may be neces-
sary mn order to enable the Code Authorit~y to collect and furnish
to the Admlinistrator the information required under the terms of
the National Industr~ial Recovery Act. The mlemberss of the In-
dustry shall keep their accounts in sulch forml as may be necessary
to enable them to furnish information desired by the Administrator.
If the Codle Authority should have reason to believe t~hat any report
submittedl bly any m'ember of the Industry is inaccurate, it may
designa~te a disinterested and imnpnetiall agency to verify tlrnllepsuch report
byan examinatio-n of the relevant books and records oftem br
bofY the Industry concerned.
3. Tlhe Secretary of the Association shall submit to the Adminis-
trator tr~ue corpies of its articles o~f association, bylaws, regulations,
and any amendnennts when made thereto, togrethler with such other
information as to membership, organization, and activities as the
Admninistratorr may dleemn necessary to effectuate the purposes of the
4. Mfemnbers of the Industry shall be entitled to participate in and
share the benefits of the activities of the Code Authority and to par-
t~icipnte in t~he selec~tion o.f the membr~~s t~hereof by~ assenting to and
complying with the requirements of this Code and sustaining their
reasonable share of the expenses of its admininstration. The reason-
able share of the expenses of administration shall be determined by
the Code Atuthority, subject. to rev.iew by the Aidministrator, on the
basis of volume of business and 'or such~ other factors as may be
deemed equitable to be taken inito consideration.
5. The Code Author~ity shall designate an agent or agents to in-
vestigte complaints or violations of this Code. In the event of any
willfl violation being dlisclosedl, the Cod~e Authority may pr Iesent
evidence thereof to the proper department, agency, or Judicial branch
of the Government.
6. ALny interested par"ty' sha"ll have the right of complaint to the
Code Authority and a prompt hearing andl decision thereon, under
such rules and regulations as it shall prescribe, in respect to any act
of anyT agent or agency designated by the Code Authority to act in
7. Any interested party shall have the right of appeal to the
Administrator, under suchl rules and regulations as he shall prescribe,
with repecpt to arnyr decision, rule, regulation, order, or finding made
by the Code Aituthority.
8. In addition to the information requested to be submitted to the
Code Authority, there shall be furnishled to government agencies
such statistical Information as the Aidministrator may deeml necessary
for the purposes recited in section 3 (a) of the Alct.
ARTICLE VII-TRADE PR.-cnICES
No member of the Industry shall engage in any one of the prac-
tices condemned in the followinga Code of Et~hics.
(a) Enticing employees from competitor's.-Mlaliciously enticing
an employee or employees of competitors with the intent of unduly
hampering, injuring, or embarrassing a competitor or competitors
in the conduct of their business.
(a) 111irepresenta~tion..-M~isrep rese nta~ti on as to the quality,
weight, or performance of any product sold or offered for sale by
anly member of the Industry.
(b) Demlonstrators.--No member of the Industry shall reduce the
price of a new apparatus under the guise that, it is a demonstrator.
(1) All demonstrators now in stock at branches or factory, or
in the hands of salesmlen shall be registered with the Secretary of
the Association. A proper description listing the capacity, type,
and serial or factory number shall be given. The Secretary of the
Association shall provide the members of the Indus~tryv with the list
(2) Repossessed new and usecd cars shall also be registered with
the Secretary of the Association showing from whom repossessed.
(3) W~hen such apparatus is sold the Secretary of the Association
shall be notified to whom sold and at. what price.
(4) No further apparatus shall be built for demonstrations. Dem-
onstrations at the factory or established branches shall not come
within this meaning.
(5) New show cars shall not be sold except at the member of the
Industry's established prices for new cars.
(c) O~bsolete Goods.--The Code Authority shall make recommend-
tions to the Administrator concerning the regulation of the disposal
of obsolete goods.
(a) N~o member of the Industry shall invoice any customers for
products other than those actually shipped against the invoice.
(b) No member of the Industry shall omit fromt any invoices any
items pertaining to the sale.
(c) No member of the Indlustry shall permit a customer to make
any deductions from the invoice not covered by the terms of sale in
making his remiittance.
(d) When a product is sold on a deferred payment plan, no nemn-
ber of the Industry shall allow a period to elapse after delivery of
said product before interest on such deferred payments begins to
(e) No member of the Industryg shall ship or in any way deliver
free goods of any kind to any. customer. This does not refer to re-
placements due t~o defective material or inferior workmanship.
(f) No member of the Indusdtry shall sell any article wrhatsoever,
whether or not. a product of this Industry, at less than its published
price, for the purpose of influencing the sale of motor fire apparatus,
and, or motor pick-up street swreepers.
(a) No members of the Industry shall advertise, make statements
or inferences, whlich directly or directly reflect falsely upon the
character, merchandise, policies, or financial standing of any com-
(a) M~embers of the IndlustryS shall not. encourage or permit lavish
entertainment of a customer by their employees.
(b) N-o member of the Industry~ shall make any allowance to a
customers for alleged but not actually defective merchandise, alleged
but not actual shortages, or for adjusting alleged but unfounded
complaints of any kiind.
(c) No member of the Indulstry, or its representative or repre-
sentatives, shall dlirectly or indirectly offer or give any discount, gra-
tuity, commiissiion, service or accessory to a customer or his agent for
t~he~ purpos of indulcingr the! customer or his agent to purchase the
products of the Industry as defined herein. Nothing herein shall
prevent conduct pursua~nt to anyr warlranty of the manufacturer.
65. SUNDRIES-INTERFERENCE WITHIN CONTRACTUAL RELATIONS
(a) Ma~liciouslyl inducing or attempting to induce the breach of an
existing or~al or written contract between a competitor and his cus-
tomer or source of supply, or interfering with or obstructing the per-
formance olf anyi such contractual duties or services.
(b) The Ind'ustr~y, subject to the approval of the Admninistrator,
shall within thirity days following the effective date of this Code,
determine a standard for trade-in allowances of used motor fire appa-
ratus, and. or motor pick-up street sw~eepers, and the standard estab-
lished sh~all be the basis of purchases of uised motor fire apparatus,
and/or motor pick-up street sw-eepers. Old apparatus, excepting
motor p~ick-up~ srtr~eet, sweep~ers, taken in trade must be recovered from
customnerl's possession. In event of resale to same customer, it shall
not be sold ait less than the amount allowed on purchase of new
(c) n-o mlember of the Indu~stry shall sell any product of the In-
dustry below cost, which shall be dieter~mined on the basis of a uniform
system of cost accounting to be developed by the Code Authority,
subject to the approval of the Admninistrator.
ARTICLE Y111- ATERCHANDISING PLAN
Each mlemlber of the Indlustry shall adhere to the terms of the
following 1\lerchandising Plan:
(1) Pr'odctsci.~.- Trhe follow~inga products are subject to all of the
provisions of thiis M~erchandising Plan:
a) All pumlllping~ engines.
b)All types of chemical cars..
d)Al types of aerial trucks.
e) AU] types of water towers.
All types of service trucks.
All other types of motor-propelled vehicles used for fire-
(i) Motor Pick-up Street Sweepers.
(2) Ter1ritory.--This Merchandising Plan applies on sales for
shipment from members of the Industry's factories, warehouses, and
branches into all territory within the U~nited States.
(3) Classes of Buye3rs.--The following are the principal classes
of buyers in this Industry:
)~a Mu nici palities.
)Volunteer 6re companies.
)~d Industrial concerns.
()State Governments and political subdivisions of same.
(e) U.S. Government.
4. Pnices.--Prices shall be established as determined individually
by each member of the Industry.
5. Telrms.--Terms shall be as dlet~ermined individually byT each
member of the Indust~ry. However, thle down payment in eacha
case shall not be less than 33tjc5% of the purchase price and deferred
payments shall not extend beyond a period of tw~o yFears, excepting
in the case of motor pick-up street. sweepers, in which case the
down payment shall not be less than 25%~c of the purchase price
and deferred payments shall not extend beyond a period of three
years unless a motor pick-up street sweeper is soldl on a lease
plan, in which event the terms may be equal periodical payments
extending over a period of not to exceed two years.
(a) Qran~tity Di.scounts.-Exicepting scut hfor motor p1eick-up stree
sweepers h aiu for quantity icut hllb sflos
2%c for 2 pieces, 3%~ for 3 pieces, 4% for 4 pieces, 59~ for 5 pieces,
6%b for 6 pieces, 7%r for 7 pieces, 8Sc for 8 pieces, 99~ for 9 pieces,
10%~ for 10 or more pieces.
NOTE.-" Pieces referred to In "(a)"' apply to units as defined in Paragraph
(b) Cash Discoulnts.-Excepting; for motor pick-up street sweep-
ers, in addition to the quantity3 dliscounts a maximum discount of
5%c may be allowed for cash sales, providing payment is mlade within
30 days from date of invoice.
Cash Discountu.--Cash discounts for motor pickz-upc street swee~p-
ers-a maximum discount of 2%~ may b e allowed for cash, sales,
providing payment is made within 30 clays from date of delivery.
7. Standard! Eqwipmenrt Speciffeation.--The Code Authority shall
make recommendations to the Administrator as to what constitutes
standard equipment. Upon approval by h diitaosc
specifications shall embodyZ the standards for the Indu~;ls~'try. s
8. Ord~er and C'otrflact Form~s.--Each member of th~e Indusr
except ng manufacturers of motor pick-up street, sweepers, shall sed
according to contracts substantially similar to uniform forms of con-
tract, to be prepared by the Code Au~thority as and when approved
by the Administrator.
ARTICLE IS blODIFICATION
1. This Code is hereby made expressly subject to the right of t~he
President, pursuant. to Section 10 (b) of the National Industrial
Recovery Atlct, from~1 time to time to exncel or modify any order,
alpprovanl, license, rule, or regullation issued under Title I. of said
~Act, and specifically. b~ut w~ithout. limlitat.ion, to cancel or modify his
approval of this Code or of any conditions imposed by him upon
2. It is contemnplated thant from time to time additions to or
mzodificationrs of this Code will be submitted to the President by the
Industry, as epenr~ience or changes in circumstances mlay indicate.
Upon approval by the President, such additions or modifications
shall become ~ar~t of this Code.
ARTICLE S--ATONOPOLIEs, E~Tc.
1. Noth~ing herein contained shall be construed or applied so as to:
(a) Promnote mnonopolies or mionopolistic practices.
(b) Elimiinate, oppress, or discriminate against small enter-
ARTICLE SI PRICE CHANGES
1. Upon approval of this code by the President, each member of
the Ind'ustryr shall immed-iately file in the office of the secretary of
the Association, a complete sichedlule of his prices and terms of sale
then in effect onl all motor fire apparatus andt motor pick-up street
sweepers, as defined in Alrticle II of this Cod~e.
Sufficient copies of such price schedules shall be filed to enable the
secretary to distribute the same to all members of the Industry.
The tcse~crtary shall dlistribuite cop~ies of such price schedules to each
member of the association andl to each non-mnember of the associa-
tion who has assented to the codle and has agreed to bear his rea-
sonable share of the expenses of the administration of the code as
provided in, Section 4l of Ar~tic~le V'I of this code. Upon the request
of any other membler of the industry for copies of such price
schedules, the se~crectaryv of the Association shall furnish copies
thereof to such app~licant at a charge therefore not exceeding the
actual cost of copies furnished plus postage.
2. No member of the Industry shall sell any motor fire apparatus
or motor pick-up street sweeper at prices lower or on terms more
favorable than the prices and termis in such filed schedules, unless
a revised schedule is first filled by~ him as hereinafter provided.
3. Each member of the Industry may file a revised schedule of
prices and terms of sale with the secretary of the association, to take
effect within not less than fifteen (15) days after the date of filing
such revised schedule. Up~on the filing of such re\ised schedule by
such member, the secretary of the association shall immediately
notify all other members of- the Indlustry of such change. There-
upon, all other members of the Industry may file revised schedules
of their prices and terms of sale, which, if filed prior to the effective
date of the revised schedule first filed, shall take effect. upon such
4. The secretary of the association shall distribute to all members
of the association and to all other members of t~he Industry who
have assented to the code and agreed to bear their reasonable share
of the expenses of administration of the code, copies of all such
revised schedules. Upon request of any other member of the In-
dustry, the secretary shall furnish such appllicant with copies of
suclh revisedr schedule ait a priceP not exrPceeding the actual cost thereof
plus the postage.
5. The price system herein prescribed shall apply to prices of all
products of the Indulstry.
6. The operation of the foregoing provisions shall be at. all times
subject to the approval of the Administrator.
11 any member of this Industry is also a member of another In-
dustry the provisions of this Code shall applyV to and affect only
that part of his business w~hich1 is included in this Industry.
ARIcLE XITII-EFFECTIV'E DATE
This Code shall become effective on the day after its approval by
I(IfIVERSITY OjF FIORIDA
I1I111111111111111II 111111II1II 11IIII 11111111111111111
3 1262 08850 5051