Amendment to Code of fair competition for the railway car building industry as approved on April 2, 1934

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Amendment to Code of fair competition for the railway car building industry as approved on April 2, 1934
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Railway car building industry
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"Registry No. 1414-05."
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"Approved Code No. 285--Amendment No. 1."

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Approved Code No. 285-Amendment No. 1 Registry No. 1414-051


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION




AMENDMENT TO

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE

RAILWAY CAR BUILDING

INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON APRIL 2, 1934


WE DO OUR PART


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


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Approved Code No. 285-Amendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE
RAILWAY CAR BUILDING INDUSTRY
As Approved on April 2, 1934


ORDER

MODIFICATION OF CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE RAILWAY CAR
BUILDING INDUSTRY
The Code of Fair Competition for the Railway Car Building
Industry having been approved in my Order of February 16, 1934
subject to certain conditions, and
Whereas, the Code Committee of the American Railway Car Insti-
tute on behalf of the Railway Car Building Industry have recom-
mended to me that the condition of my said Order of approval mod-
ifying the definition of the Railway Car Building Industry as
defined in Article II of the Code of Fair Competition for the Rail-
way Car Building Industry be modified to read:
"The term 'Railway Car Building Industry', or 'Industry',
means and includes the manufaiiti.ring or building for sale and sell-
ing or commercially repairing within the United States of (a) pas-
senger, freight, tank, service and minitenance cars of every kind
(including trackless and other trolley cars), however drawn, oper-
ated or propelled, used on and/or in the operation and/or main-
tenance of steam and/or electric railways and/or trolley lines or
any of such cars, (b) component parts and accessories fabricated,
processed or assembled by a builder of cars and used by said builder
in the assembly of the finished products described in (a) of this
paragraph, and (c) finished and semifinished comlpo inent, repair
and replacement parts especially fabricated, processed or assembled
for use in or on the cars of the kinds herein described and sold as
such except when such parts are included as such in the definition of
another industry and are to be manufactured and sold under the
approved code of such other industry; but specifically including (d)
railway car parts and appliances otherwise within the scope of the
Railway Car Appliances Industry as defined in the Code for that
Industry as approved February 9, 1934 when manufactured and
sold by car builders."
"The term 'products of the Industry' means and includes (a)
passenger, freight, tank, service and maintenance cars of every kind
(including trackless and other trolley cars), however drawn, operated
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or propelled, used on and/or in the operation and/or maintenance of
steam and/or electric railways and/or trolley lines, or any of such
cars, (b) component parts and accessories fabricated, processed or as-
sembled by a builder of cars and used by said builder in the assem-
bly of the finished products described in (a) of this paragraph
and/or (c) finished and semi-finished component, repair and replace-
ment parts especially fabricated, processed or assembled for use in
or on cars of the kinds herein described and sold as such except when
such parts are included as such in the definition of another industry
and are to be manufactured and sold under the approved code of such
other industry; but specifically including (d) railway car parts and
appliances otherwise within the scope of the Railway Car Appliances
Industry as defined in the Code for that Industry as approved Feb-
ruary 9, 1934 when manufactured and sold by car builders."
And Whereas, said definition of the Railway Car Building Indus-
try is acceptable to me.
NOW, THEREFORE. on behalf of the President of the United
States, I, Hugh S. Johnson, Administrator for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant to the authority vested in me by Executive Orders of the
President including Executive Order No. 6543-A dated December
30, 1933, and otherwise; do hereby order that the said condition con-
tained in my Order of Approval of the Code of Fair Competition
for the Railway Car Building Industry be and it is hereby modified
to read as follows:
"The term Railway Car Building Industry,' or Industry,' means
and includes the manufacturing or building for sale and selling or
commercially repairing within the United States of (a) passenger,
freight, tank, service and maintenance cars of every kind (includ-
ing trackless and other trolley cars), however drawn, operated or
propelled, used on and/or in the operation and/or maintenance of
steam and/or electric railways and/or trolley lines or any of such
cars, (b) component parts and accessories fabricated, processed or
assembled by a builder of cars and used by said builder in the as-
sembly of the finished products described in (a) of this paragraph,
and (c) finished and semi-finished components, repair and replace-
ment parts especially fabricated, processed or assembled for use in
or on the cars of the kinds herein described and sold as such except
when such parts are included as such in the definition of another in-
dustry and are to be manufactured and sold under the approved code
of such other industry; but specifically including (d) railway car
parts and appliances otherwise within the scope of the Railway
Car Appliances Industry as defined in the code for that Industry as
approved February 9, 1934 when manufactured and sold by car
builders."
"The term 'Products of the Industry' means and includes (a)
passenger, freight, tank, service and maintenance cars of every kind
(including trackless and other trolley cars), however drawn, oper-
ated or propelled, used on and/or in the operation and/or main-
tenance of steam and/or electric railways and/or trolley lines, or
any of such cars, (b) component parts and accessories fabricated,
processed or assembled by a builder of cars and used by said builder
in the assembly of the finished products described in (a) of this
paragraph, and, or (c) finished and semi-finished component, repair








and replacement parts especially fabricated, processed or assembled
for use in or on cars of the kinds herein described and sold as such
except when such parts are included as such in the definition of an-
other industry and are to be manufactured and sold under the
approved code of such other industry; but specifically including (d)
railway car parts and appliances otherwise within the scope of the
Railway Car Applianlces Industry as defined in the Code for that
industry as approved February 9, 1934 when manufactured and sold
by car builders."
Provided, however, that this modification shall in no wise alter my
Order of approval of the Code of Fair Competition for the Railway
Car Building Industry dated February 16, 1934, and the condi-
tions attached thereto except as concerns the definition of the Rail-
way Car Building Industry and the definition of Products of the
Industry and this Order shall be effective immediately and remain
in effect unless good cause to the contrary is shown me within fifteen
(15) days of this date and a subsequent Order is issued by me
modifying or altering this Order.
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator for Industrial Recovery.
Approval recommended:
A. R. GLANCY,
Division A dm inistrator.
WVASHINGTON, D.C.,
April 2, 1934.













REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENT,
The White House.
SIR: This is a report on the Modification of the Order approving
the Code of Fair Competition for the Railway Car Building Indus-
try, upon which Public Hearing was conducted in Washington, D.C.,
on December 27, 1933, in accordance with the provisions of the
National Industrial Recovery Act.

GENERAL STATEMENT

My approval of this Code was conditioned on the Definition of
the Railway Car Building Industry as contained in the Code being
modified as set forth in my Order of Approval dated February 16,
1934. The Code Committee of the American Railway Car Institute
on behalf of the Railway Car Building Industry, have recommended
to me that the condition of my said Order of Approval modifying
the definition of the Industry as set forth in Article II of the Code
of Fair Competition be modified as set forth in the attached Order
of Modification. Said definition of the Railway Car Building Indus-
try being acceptable to me I have approved the attached Modification
of the Order Approving the Code of Fair Competition for the Rail-
way Car Building Industry.
Respectfully,
HUaH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator.
APRIL 2, 1934
Approved Code No. 285-Amendment No. 1.
Registry No. 1414-05.
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