N~IATIIONJAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION
CODEI~ OFi FAIR COIMPET~:I~TI[ON
CURLED HAIR M[ANUFiACTUREING
INiDUSTR~Y ANVD HORSE HEIAIR
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Approved Code No. 4217-Amedndent No. 1
Registry No. 182Y7--2
AS APPROVED ON FE]BRUARLY 6. 1935
WIE DQ OUR PARY~
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Approved Code No. 4127--mendment No. 1
AfMEND)]MENT TIO CODE: OF ]FAIIR COMPETITION
CUTRLEDI HAI~R MAUFACC1~TUING IINDUISTRY AND)
HORSE: HAIR~ DRESSING INDUSTRY
Acs Approved on February 6, 1935
ASRrovINo .AMENDMnENT OF CODE OF ]FAIR COMPETITION FOR THLE
CURIED I-AIR MANUFACTU RISG1 IINDU STORY AND HORliE HAIR
An application having been duly made pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of Tirtle I of the N-ational Inldustrial
Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for approval of nmelndmellnts
to a Code of Fair Competition for the Curldcl Hair Man1uflc'tUringb
Industry and Horse Hair Dressingr Industr~y and an opportunity
to be heard therePon having b~een give\n and the allnnexed report on
said amendmecnts, conitaining finrlings with respect thierto,, having
been mnade and directed to the President:
NliOW, T~HERtEEF`ORE, on behalf of the President of the United
States, thre National Industrial Recovery B~oard, plursun~nt to author-
ity \estedl in it byExec'utive Orders of the Pr~esidentt. includtingr
Executive Order No. 680j9, and otherwise, does hereby incol~~rporte
by recferen~ce said annexedl report and does find that said amnendmenllts
and the Code as constituted after beings aml~rcend compllies in all
respects with the pertinent provisionsi and will promote the policy and
p~urposes of said Title of said Act, and does thereby order that said
amnendments be andi they are helrebya approved, and that the previously.
app'roval of said Code is h-ereby amlcllend to includce an approval of
said Code in its entirety as amenlded,- such appr~oval and such amnend~-
mlents to takeri efcrt ten (10) days from. the date hlereof, unless goodl
cmu~se to the conltrary~ is .showrn to the National Indlustrial Rtc~overy
Boardbefoe tht tie an theNatinal ndus ralRcovetry~ Board
issues a subsequent Order to that effect.
NATIONAL, INDUSTRIAL RECO1'ETR BOARD
B~y W. A. Thur st AN, Admit~lnistl~rative: Officer.
PRENTISS L;. COONL.EY,
Division A Idmlinri~strator.
W.4~~HSCMNcow D. C.,
Fe~cbrurary G, 1935.
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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT
The W~hite Hrouse.
SmR: This is a report on amendments to the Code of Fair Compe-
tition for the Curled H~air Ma nlufacturingI Industry and H~orse H~air
Dremingil~ Industry. Notice of OpportunityT to be Heard on these
amendments was published on Decem~ber 21, 1934; no objections were
received within the given twPenty (20) day period ending January
10, 1935. The amendments, whichn are attached, were presented by
duly qiualifiedl and authorized representatives of the Industry, com-
plying with statutory I(rlqui remen~lts, and boeing the duly constituted
Code Authority for the CI1rled1. Hair Ma~nufa2cftuingr Indlustry under
the provisions of said Code for said Indust~ries.
These amendments provide for: deletion from the Code as it is~
nowvc written o~f all reference to thle Horse Hair Dress~ing Industry
(this Industry is operating under an approved Basic Code of Fair
Competition; dl.let on from the Code as it: is now written of all ref-
erencel't to "Administr~ator and nllcnendingr the Code to include a
definition of "National Indus~trial Recovery Board "; and deletion
from the Code as it is now written of Article VIII C ~Merchandisingr "
and ub-tirtituingS therefore "' Open Price Fiiling as set forth in Office
Man~iiual, Part II, Section 3031.152.
The Deputy Ad inritrai t o;t:r in his final report to the Nlt~ional
Industrial Recovery Board on the said amendments to the said Code
having found as herein set forth, and on the basis of all the proceed-
ing~s in this matter;
T~he National Industrial Recovery Board finds that:
(a) The amnendlments to the said Code and the Code as amended
are wFPell designed to promote the policies and purposes of Title I
of the National Industrial Rtecov-ery Act including the removal of
obstructions to the free flow of interstate and foreign commerce
which tend to diminish the amount thereof, anld will provide for
the general welfare by promoting the organization of industry for
the purpose of cooperative action of labor and management under
adequate governmental sanction and supervision, by eliminating un-
fair competitive practices, by promoting the fullest possible utiliza-
tion of the present productive capacity of industry, by avoiding
undue restriction of production (except as may be temporarily re-
qluired), by increasing the consumption of industrial and agricultural
products through increasing purchasing power, by reducing and
relieving unem~ploynwl~nt, byy imnprovmng standards of labor, and by
otherwise rehabilitating industry.
-(b) The Code as amended complies in all respects with the perti-
nent provisions of said Title of said Act, including without limzita-
tion sub-section (a) of Section 3, sub-section (a) of Section. 7, and
ub-section (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) The Code A-uthorityT is cmp~owered to present the aforesaid
amendments on behalf of the Industryr as a w~hole.
(d) The amlendmlents andL the Codle as amended are not designedl
to and will nlot permit monopolie~s or monopolistic practices.
(e) The amendmlents and the Code as amlended are not. designers
to and will not eliminate or oppress small enterprises and wFill not
operate to discriminate against therm.
(f) Those engaged in other steps of th~e economic process have
not been deprivedl of the! right to be hear~d prior to the effective date
of said amendments.
Fior these reasons these amendments hav-e been approved.
For the NaTt~ional Industrial Recovery Board:
W. AI. IF~lRRr MN,
FEIBRU.\RY 6, 1935.
AMTEKTDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETI~ITION FOR
THE CURLED HAI[R M'ANUFiACTUJRING INDUSTRY AND
HO[RSE HAIR DRESSING INDUSTRY
Delete all reference to the Horse Hair Dressing Industry wherever
any words referring to such I~ndustry mnay occur.
ARnTICLE II1- -EFINITIONS
Delete Section 3 of Article II--Definition of H~orse Hrair Dressing
Industry-and renum~ber Sections 4, 5, 6, and 7 to read Sections 3,
4, 5, and 6, respectively.
Delete all reference to "iAdmlinistrator and substitute th~erefore
" N. I. R. B.", making the~ neessary changesp in verbsrl and~ pnronons~~
after the terml N. I[. R. B."), and amlend Section 7 to read as followss:
6. The terms "Aiict and N. II. Rt. B."' as used herein mean, re-
spectivelyr, Title I of t~he CNational Inldustrial Recovery Act and the
National Industrial Recovery B~oard.
Delete all refllelrence to a Code Authority for the H-orse H~air Dress-
ing Inldustry--Section 1 of Ar1ticle VI--so that Section 1 of Article
VI wvill read as follows:
1. A Code Authority is hereby established to cooperate with the
N. I. R. B. in the administration. of this Code and shall consist of
three (3) mlembers wsho shall be chosen by the Curledi Hair IManufac-
turing' Industry through a fair method of selection approved byr the
N. I. R. B. The N. I. R. B. in its discretion mnay appoint not more
than three (3) additional mlemb~ers without vote and without comn-
pensation from the Industr~y to serve for such period of time and. to
represent the Nv. I. R. B3. or such group or groups as it may designate.
Deplete Artic~le~ VIII--MeIrchandisi~ ngaSnd substitute therefore the
ARTICLE VIII--OrEN PRICE FILING
1. Each member of the Curled HIair IManufacturinga Irwhe~!-try' shall
file with a confidential and d-is;inltersc;tedl agent of the Code Authority
or, if none, then with such. an agent designated by the N. I. R. B.,
identified lists of all of his prices, discounts, rebates, allowances, and
all other terms or conditions of satle, hereinafter in this Article re-
ferred to as price terms ", which lists shall completely and accu-
rately conform to and represent the individual pricing practices of
said member. Such lists shall contain thne price terms for all such
standard products of the industry as are sold or offered for sale byv
said member and for such nonstandazrd products of said mlember~l as
shall be designated by the Code Authority. Said price terms shall in
the first instance be filed within (15) days after the date of ap-
proval of this pr~ovision. Pr~ice terms and(- reCVised price j6djlterm sai shal
becomel etfec~tivc immdctialtely uipon recceipt thereofb sidan.
Immneliatel~y upon rt~eip~t thereoc.f, said. agent shall by~ tlelegr~aphl or
other equally p'romptl~ means111 notify said memberl)C1 of the time of suchl
receipt. Such lists andl~ rev\isionls, togethercl w~ithl the e~ffectivet timne
th~~ereof, shall upon re~ceiplt be hunted~~l ialte~ly and~J simu~lltan;ul d1'1I~~ is-
tributed to all mem~llbers of the! indusl~try\ and to all of their cusflllltomer
who have appliedl therefore and hiafe offered to defraylv thne cost
actually incurred by the Code Authority in the plreparatie'in aInd dis
tr~ibution thereof, anld be avanilable for inspection by any of their cus
tomers at thep offi('e of su1Ch1 agentl. Said lists or revisions or any
part thereof shllnl not be made available to any pecr~son until Ireleased~~c
to all memnbers of thre indulstry3 and their cus~tomelrrs, as aforesa~~id;
p~rov-ided that p~rices filled in the first instance shall not be releasedct
ulnt~il the expjirationl of the aforesaid fifteen, day pterio~d after the? ap-
proval of -this provisionl. The Codle Authorityr shall malinltain a
permanent file of all price terms filed as herein prov~ided,~f and shllll
not. destroy any part of' such recolRds except IlUpon wrlittenl COnsen~ of
the N. I., R. B. `Upon request, the Code Atuthorit~y shall furnish.
to the N. I. R. B., or any duly designnated agnclt, of the N. I. R. B.,
copies of any such lists or revisions of price terms.
2. When any memel~rr of the industrys has filed any revision, su~ch
member shall not file a higher price within forty-eight (48) hours.
3. N~o member~ of the industry shall sell or offer to sell any prod-
ucts/services of the industry, for which prIice terms have been filed
pursuant to the provisions of this AL~rticle, exsccet. in ncoicrdance
withb such price terms.
4. ~No member of the inducstry shall center into any agreement,
under~standling, combination or conspiracy to fix or maintain price
terms, nor cause~ or attempt to cause any memb~er of the industry
to change his price terms by the use of intimidation, coercion or anya
other influence inconsistent with the maintenance of the free and
open market which it is thne purpose of this Article to create.
Approved Code No. 427---Amendment No. L,
Registry N~o. 1627--2.
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