Ashe sae the SuPerintendent of Documents. WashlltasssD. C. Prcec 5i cnta
Approved Code No. 84Hf-Amendment No. 1
Registry No. 1114--26
WE DO OUR PART
GOVERNMENT PRINTINGC OFFICE
WABHINGTON s 1534
NATIONArL RECOVERY ADMIINISTRAlTION
AMENDMENT T`O S~UPPLEMENVTARY CIODE
OF FAIR COMPETITION
HACK SAW; BLADE
(A Division of the Fabricated Metal Products
Manufacturing and Metal Finishing and Metal Coating Industry)
AS APPROVED ON NOVEMBER I, 19341
This publication is fo~r sale by thle Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing O~ffice, Wa h.-lington,u D. C., and by district offices of the Bureau of Foreign
and Domestic Commerce.
DISTRICT OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMlMERCHP
Atlanta, Ga.: 504~ Ptsrt Oftle Building.
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C~har~leston, S. C.: Chamber of CIormmerce Building.
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Clevela~nd, Ohio: Crhamber of Comnme'ce.
Dallas, Tex.: Chlamlber of Commlerce Building.
Detroit, Mich.: 801 F'irst National Bank Building.
HEouston, Tex.: ('hamber of Commerce Building.
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Jackisonville, Fla.: C'hamber of Commerce Buildling.
Kiansas City, M~o.: 1028 Bailtimore Av-enue.
Los Angeles, Calif.: 11(;3 South B~roadwfay.
Louisville, K~y.: 408 Fe'deral Bluilding.
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Minneapolis, M~inn.: 213 Federal Building~.
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San Francisco, Calif.: 310 Customh~ouse.
Seattle, Wansh.: 800 Federal Office Building.
ApprovPed Code N~o. 84[--Amcnmennt No. 1
AMlENDMENT TO SUPP"ILEMIENTARY' 2 CODE O1F FAIRl
H-ACK SAW BLAD~E: M~IFANUFATUR[N IN INI\DUST]RY
As Alpprovred on November 1, 11934
Arrenrmo~~ AMIENcDMENT OF SUPPLEMIENTARY COD]E OF FAIR COMIPE-
TITION FOR THIE 11ACK SAW BrIaDE 11ANUFACTURING TNDUSTRY
A4 DIVISIONS OF THE FABRICAIT1ED METL PROCDUCTs M[ANUZFACTURING AND
METAL FINISHING AND) METL COATING INDUSTRY
A-n application having been duly made pursuant to andi in full
com~pliance with the provisions of Tiitle I of the National Industrial
Recove~ry Act, approved June 16, 1933, for approv-al of an amendment
to a Supp~lementary Code of Fair Competition for the if'ack Saw
Blnde Alanufactur~ing Industry, and a Notice? of Opportunity to be
Heard having been duly given thereon, and the annexed report on
said amlendmllent, contaunlng findings with respect thereto, having
been mlade andl directed to thle President:
NOWCC, THEREFORE], on behalf of the Pr~esident of the United
States, the National Industrial Recovery Board, purslanlt to author-
islty vestedr nitby Executive Orders of the President, including
Exeutie Ode No 689,and otherwise, does herebyv in orporte
by reference said annexred report and does find that said amendment
and the Supplementary: Code as constituted after being amended
coplyl'S in. all respects with the pertinent provisions and will promote
thle policy and purposes of said Title of said Aict, and does hereby
ordetr that said amnendmelnt be andl it is her~eby approved, and thant
the previous approval of said Supplemientar~y Codle is thereby modi-
fied to include an approval of said Supplem~entary Code in its entirety
NATIONAL IsDUSTRIAL REcoV-Enr BOARD,
Byr W.~ A. HARRIMANa, BdmildStrativle Olfficer.
Acting Divisuion Admln~ilstirator.
WFASmISal. ox, ~D. C.,
Nombeln~/r 1', 1934.
REPORT TO THE 'PRESIDENT
SThe W7hite Hiouse.
Sm: An application hlas been duly made pursuant to and in full
comlpliance with the provisions of the National Industrial Recovr
Act for an amendment of Article III of the Suppleme~ntary Cd
of Fair Competition for the H~ack Saw Blade Manufacturing Indus-
try by the Supplementary Code Authority for that Industry.
The Supplementary GFode of F~air Competition for the H~ack Saw
Blade Manufacturing Industry was approved on Mllarch `17, 1934.
ALrticle I[II, Paragraph 7 (f), provides that the Supplementary Code
Authority shall secure from the members of the industry an equitable
and proportionate payment of the reasonable expenses of maintain-
ing the Supplementary Code Authority and its activities.
The above in effect provides for voluntary contributions on the
part of the members of the Industry. This method of providing
funds for the proper administration of the Supplementary C~ode
hars been found to be unsatisfactory. T'he amendment has, therefore,
been proposed to create a legal obligation, on the part of the Industry
Members, to pay their pro rata share of thle expenses of the Supple-
mlentary Codle Authority.
The Deputy Administrator in his final report to the National
Industrial Recover`y Board on said amendment of said Suppementary
Code having found as herein set forth and on the bisof all.
pr~oceedingf in this matter:
It has been found that:
(a) The amendment of said Supplementary Code and t~he Supple-
mentalry Code! as amnendedl are well designed to promote the policies
and purposes of Title I of the Nationall Industrial Recovery Act
including the removal of obstructions to the free flow of interstate
and foreign commerce which tend to diminish the amount thereof,
and will provide for the general welfare by promoting the organizla-
tion of industry for the purpose of co-operative action of labor and
management under adequate Cgovernmental sanction and supervision,
by eliminating unfair competitive practices, by promotingthe fullestes
possible utilization of the present productive capacity of nutis
by avoiding undue restriction of production exceptt as may be tem-
porarily required), by increasing the consumption of industrial and
agricultural products through increasing purchasing power, byV reduc-
inlg and relieving unemployment, by improving standards of labor,
alnd by otherwise~ rehabilitating industry.
(b) The Supplementary Code as amended complies in all respects
with the pertinent provisions of said Title of said ASct, including
without limlitatioln sub-s~c~tion (a) of Seltion n. suib-scctio~n (a) of
Section 8 andi sub,-sc~tionl (b) of Sectioni 10 thereo~cf.
(c) The~ Suppl~l lemnurltly Coeli rlmpowe\crs thie .Snyulrlemnc l tary Co.10n
Au\~thor~ity to presen~'lt the a tforess~:id ;ICmlllendmen on1 b~Ehalf~l of tler
indurstry u~s a wh-lole.
(d) 'Thle amndmerllcnt and thle Sulpp~nlenienly Coalet as unsnlcr~~ dd
a re ot design~dd to and\ will no~t p~ermit mionopolies or monoplcl~oist la~
(e) Thle amendme~nrt. and the Suplplementury~l Code as amndedllr l are~
not dlesigned to and will not eliminds~lf or oppress small e~nterprises~
and wrill not operate to discrimlinate ngninlst th~em.
(f) Thoase engaged in other steps of the econunic prcectss havet
not bendeprivecd of the right to be hlen rd prior to app~roval of
Fior these reasons, the amlenlmenlt has been aIpproved.
For thle National Indulstr~ial Recove~ry Board:
W1;. A. HAnsM3A N,
Admnl iist)ratlive Office~r.
NJOVIEMBER 1, 19E3-4.
,AM\~t'ENDMEN TO SUPPLEMclES`NTARY CODE OFi FAIR
COMjlP-E:TITTI ONa FOR TH-E: HA~iCK~ SAW~ BLADE1 MIANU-
Ae DIVISION OF THEr FARHIt~I) ATED METAL FRODfl r '1 MANUATr' CTURING AND
METAL FIISI-HING AND) MlF:TA;L COA)-TING: IPNDUTRH~Y
Delete sjubparagraph;1,2 (f) of p~arfllagrh 7, artile III, ancd sub-
sftitute in lieu thereof the following:
(f ) 1. It being found nccessar~y inl ord'cer to) 4lpport thle admlinis-
Itration of this Supp!kewatori i Iy Clode and to mraintalin the standards
o~f falir competition elstablish~ed hereunde'lr a-nd to effectuat-e thle policy
of the Act, thle Sup~plemnentar~y Code Authority is aluthlorized:
(a) To inc~ur such r~easonablle obligations as are necessary and
proper for thle foreg~oing purp~loses, and to meet such obligations
out of funds wrhichr may be ra.isedl as her~einaft~er pr~ovidedi and which
shall be held in thrust for thle purposes of the Supp-lll~lemntary Code;
(b) To submit to thle National Inldustrial Recover~y Board for
its approval, subject to such notice and op~portunity to be heard as
it mlay deem necessary (1) an itermizedl budget of its estimated ex-
penses for the foregoingr purposes: and (2) an equitable basis upon
which the funds necessary to support such budge~Jt shall be contributed
by members of the industry;
(c) After such budget and basis of contribution have been ap-
prvc'edt by the Naltional Industrial Recovrery Board, to determine
aInd obtain equitable contribution as above set forth by all members
of the industry, and to that end, if necessaryv to institute legal pro-
ceedings therefore in its own name.
2. Each member of the industry shall pay his or it~s equitable con-
itr~ibution to the expenses of the maintenance of the Supp~lemnentary
Code Authority, deterrmined as hereinabove provided, anld subject
tao rules and regrulat-tions pertaining the~lrt issu;led by the National
IJndustrial Reco~ver~y Board. Only members of thle industry comply-
ing~ with the Supplemnentary Code and contributing to the expclnscs
of its administration as hlereinabove provided, unless duly exempted
fromn making such contributions, shall be entitled to participate in
the selection of members of thle Sup1~; lcnientary Code Authority or
ito receive the benefit. of any of its voluntary activities or to make
ulse of any emlbleml or insignia of the National Recovery Ad~minis-
3. The Supp~lementary Code Authority shall nleither incur nor pay
anly obligation substantially in exscess of thle amount thereof as esti-
mlated in its approved budget, and shall in no eve-lnt, ecsred the total
~amount contained in the approved budget, except upon approval of
the N~ational Industrial Relations Board; and no subsequent budget
shall contain any deficiency item for expenditures in excess of prior
budget estimates exrcept those which the N~ational Industrial Re-
covery Board shall have so approved.
Approved Codle No. 841H--Amendment No. 1.
Regvistry No. 1114i-26.
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