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Approved


Code No. 230


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION



CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE


PAPER BAG

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

AS APPROVED ON JANUARY 26, 1934


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Approved Code No. 230


CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
As Approved on January 26, 1934





ORDER
APPROVING CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE
PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
An application having been duly made pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for approval of a Code
of Fair Competition for the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry,
and hearings having been duly held thereon and the annexed report
on said Code, containing findings with respect thereto, having been
made and directed to the President:
NOW, THEREFORE, on behalf of the President of the United
States, I, Hugh S. Johnson, Administrator for Industrial Recovery,
pursuant to authority vested in me by Executive Orders of the
President, including Executive Order No. 6543-A, dated December
30, 1933, and otherwise; do hereby incorporate by reference said
annexed report and do find that said Code complies in all respects
with the pertinent provisions and will promote the policy and pur-
poses of said Title of said Act; and do hereby order that said Code
of Fair Competition be and it is hereby approved.
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator for Industrial Recovery.
Approval recommended:
GEORGE L. BERRY,
Division Administrator.
WASHINGTON, D.C.,
Janua-ry 26, 1934.
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The PRESIDENT,
The White House.
SIR: This is a report of the hearing on thie Code of Fair Competi-
tion for the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry, conducted in Wash-
ington on November 2, 1933, in accordance with the provisions of
Title I of the National Industrial Recovery Act.

HOURS AND WAGES

For factory workers, this Code provides a forty-hour week averaged
over thirteen weeks, but not more than forty-eight hours in any one
week, with overtime payment for hours worked in excess of eight
per day. For office workers, the Code specifies a forty-hour week
averaged over one year and an average of not more than forty-eight
hours per week in any period of thirteen weeks. Slightly longer
hours are permitted for additional nonproductive employees.
The minimum wage for factory workers in the Northern and
Central zones are 38 and 35 cents per hour respectively for males,
with a 5-cent differential for female workers in each case. In the
Southern zone the minimum wage for this class is 30 cents for both
men and women. Provision is made that men and women doing
the same work shall receive the same pay. An exception is made of
work which on July 15, 1929, paid less than the prescribed rates.
In such cases the 1929 rate, or ninety percent of the basic Code rate,
whichever is higher, is prescribed. The minimum wages of office
workers range from $12.00 to $15.00 per week, as in the President's
Reemployment Agreement.
This industry is closely allied with the Paper and Pulp Industry,
and about 60 percent of the total production of bags is carried on in
plants which manufacture their own paper. For this reason, this
Code prescribes the same minimum wages and maximum hours as
the Paper and Pulp Code. Provision is made that when a rehear-
ing is held on the Paper and Pulp Code, as directed in your Execu-
tive Order of November 17, 1933, approving said Code, the wage
and hour provisions of the Paper and Pulp Code, as determined
after such rehearing, shall apply to this Industry.

OTHER CODE PROVISIONS
Nine divisions of this Industry are established under subordinate
Codes. Provisions are made for an open price plan, for the filing of
reports with the Administrator and for a cost accounting system
which will equalize the differential in transportation costs between
self-contained and converting mills. Trade practices are established
for the Industry.
ECONOMIC EFFECT OF THE CODE
In 1929 the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry employed about
3,600 workers. In May 1933 employment had increased to about
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23 percent over the 1929 level as a resiilt of increased production.
Under the President's Reemiployincnt Agreement, the total was
raised 46 percent over the 1929 figure. The effect of the hour limi-
tations of this Code will be to give employment to about 5 percent
more workers, bringing the total for the industry to more than 6,000.
The increase in employment under the President's Reemployment
Agreement has already brought about increases in pay rolls, so that
the wage provisions of this Code will add only about 5 percent to
present pay rolls. Compared with annual pay rolls as of April 1933,
however, the increases under the Code will be about $922,500
annually.
FINDINGS

The Deputy Adcinii.-trator in his final report to me on said Code
having found as herein set forth and on the basis of all the proceed-
ings in this matter;
I find that:
(a) Said Code is well designed to promote the policies and pur-
poses of Title I of the National Industrial Recovery Act, including
removal of obstructions to the free flow of interstate and foreign
commerce which tend to diminish the amount thereof and will pro-
vide for the general welfare by promoting the organization of in-
dustry for the purposee of cooperative action among the trade groups,
by inducing and maintaining united action of labor and management
under adequate governmental sanctions and supervision, by elimi-
nating unfair competitive practices, by promoting the fullest pos-
sible utilization of the present productive capacity of industries,
by avoiding undue restriction of production (exci-.t as may be
temporarily required), by increasing the con.-u1Uption of industrial
and agricultural products through increasing purchasing power,
by reducing and relieving unemployment. by improving standards
of labor, and by otherwise rehabilitating industry.
(b) Said Industry normally employs not more than 50,000 em-
ployees. and is not classified by me as a major industry.
(c) The Code as approved complies in all respects with the per-
tinent. provisions of Title I of the Act, including without limita-
tion Subsection (a) of Section 3, Subsection (a) of Section 7, and
Subsection (b) of Section 10 thereof; and that the applicant group
is an industrial group truly representative of the aforesaid Indus-
try; and that said association imposes no inequitable restrictions on
admission to membership therein.
(d) The Code is not designed to and will not permit monopolies
or monopolistic practices.
(e) The Code is not designed to and will not eliminate or oppress
small enterprises and will not operate to discriminate against them.
(f) Those engaged in other steps of the economic process have
not been deprived of the right to be heard prior to approval of
said Code.
For these reasons this Code has been approved.
Respectfully,
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator.
JANUARY 26, 1934.













CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION


FOR THE
PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

To effectuate the policy of Title I of the National Industrial
Recovery Act, the following is hereby established as a Code of Fair
Competition for the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry and shall
be binding on every member thereof.

ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONS

The following words are used in this Code and in all Codes
subordinate hereto with the meanings herein set forth:
InduLstry.-The manufacture of all pasted open mouth bags and
sacks from paper, except shipping sacks as defined in the subordinate
Code for the Paper Shipping Sack Division of the Paper and Pulp
Industry approved November 17, 1933.
Member.-A natural person, partnership, corporation, association,
trust, trustee, trustee in bankruptcy, or receiver engaged in such
industry.
Act.-Title I of the National Industrial Recovery Act.
Administrator.-The National Industrial Recovery Administrator.
Dirision.-A division or section of the Industry recognized as
such by this Code.

ARTICLE II-ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION

1. A Board consisting of the Chairman of the Executive Authority,
of each division of the Industry as established by the respective
divisional Codes pursuant to the provisions of Section 4 of Article
III hereof, together with such members of the Executive Committee
of the Paper Bag Manufacturers Institute as are not themselves
Chairmen of such Executive Authorities, is hereby designated as
the agency for administering this Code and is hereinafter referred
to as the Code Authority. The Administrator may designate one
or more persons members thereof without vote.
2. The said Institute and all divisional associations hereunder
Fhaill file with the Administrator certified copies of any amendments
of their by-laws relating to eligibility or admission to membership
in such Institute or divisional association, or relating to the method
of selection of the members of their Executive Committees, and of
the Executive Authority of each division, which such Institute or
divisional Associations may hereafter adopt.
":. The Administrator may at any time prescribe a different
method for selecting the Industry members of the Code Authority
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and of the Executive Authority of each division, and thereafter
such members shall be chosen in the manner so prescribed.
4. The Code Authority is charged generally with the duty of
administering this Code under the sanction and with the approval
of the Administrator. All acts of the Code Authority and of the
Executive Authority of each division shall be subject to review by
the Administrator, and to suspension, modification, or cancellation
by him in any case in which he shall determine that any such act
violates the purposes of the National Industrial Recovery Act.
5. The expense of administering this Code shall be borne pro rata
in accordance with a formula to be adopted by the Code Authority,
by all members of the Industry who accept the benefit of the services
of the Code Authority and/'or of the Executive Authorities of any
division of this Industry, or otherwise assent to this Code.
6. The Code Authority shall have power to investigate alleged
violations of this Code and acts or courses of conduct by any mem-
ber which are or appear to be contrary to the policy of the Act or
which tend or may tend to render ineffective this Code and to report
the same with recommendations to the Administrator.
7. The Industry is hereby divided into divisions as set forth in
Schedule A hereto attached. Any question as to the division into
which any particular grade, class, or kind of bags may fall, shall
be determined by the Code Authority.
8. In the event that the jurisdiction of the Code shall be extended
to cover the manufacture of products which do not fall within any
such division, the Code Authority may create new divisions to in-
clude such products and the members of such divisions may then
adopt and submit divisional Codes as provided in Article III hereof.
9. The Code Authority may create new divisions by the subdivi-
sion of any such divisions or by the consolidation of any two or
more of such divisions, provided, however, that no such subdivision
or consolidation shall be made without the consent of the divisional
association of each division affected thereby.
10. In each division there may be one divisional association to
which every member of the industry engaged in the manufacture
of any product included in such division shall be eligible for
membership.
ARTICLE III-DivISIONAL CODES

1. Each such divisional association may adopt a divisional Code
and may either submit the same as a supplement to this Code or
submit the same subsequently through the Code Authority to the
President of the United States for his approval. Such divisional
Codes, when so approved, shall have the same force and effect as
to the divisions of the Industry affected thereby as this Code.
2. Such divisional Codes shall be subordinate to this Code and
shall specifically recognize this Code as applicable to all members
of the Industry engaged in manufacturing products falling within
the division for which such divisional Code is submitted.
3. Pending action by the Code Authority, each division shall in-
clude such grades, classes, and kinds of bags as are generally
recognized by custom as falling within the classifications indicated
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4. Each such divisional Code shall designate an agency for the
purpose of administering such divisional Code which shall be de-
nominated The Executive Authority of such division.
5. Such divisional Codes may contain such provisions relating to
said division as may be appropriate for inclusion in a Code of
Fair Competition under the Act, provided that no such Code shall
contain any provision contrary to or inconsistent with the provisions
of this Code.
ARTICLE IV--HouRs OF LABOR
1. Employees in the Industry shall not be required or permitted
to work hours in excess of the limits prescribed in the following
schedules:
SCHEDULE OF WORKING HOURS
(a) Watchmen:
Eight (8) hours in any one day and fifty-six (56) hours in any
one week.
(b) Chauffeurs, truckmen, switching crews, engineers, firemen,
and electric and hydroelectric operators:
One hundred and sixty-eight (168) hours in any period of four
(4) consecutive weeks, but no more than ten (10) hours in any one
day and forty-eight (48) hours in any one week.
(c) All other laborers, mechanical workers, or artisans employed
in any plant, mill, or factory or on work connected with the opera-
tion of any such plant, mill, or factory:
An average of not more than forty (40) hours per week in any
period of thirteen (13) consecutive weeks, but not more than forty-
eight (48) hours in any one week; provided, however, that time
worked in excess of eight (8) hours in any one day shall be paid for
as not less than time and one third.
(d) Executives and their personal secretaries and other employees
regularly engaged in a supervisory capacity, receiving thirty-five
($35) dollars or more per week, and outside salesmen:
No limitations.
(e) All other employees:
An average of forty (40) hours per week in any calendar year
and an average of not to exceed forty-eight (48) hours per week
in any period of thirteen (13) consecutive weeks.
2. No limitation contained in said Schedule shall apply to em-
ployees of any class when engaged in emergency repairs or emer-
gency maintenance work, occasioned by break-downs or involving
protection of life or property.
3. No employee shall be permitted to work for two or more
members of the Industry an aggregate number of hours in excess
of the number prescribed in said Schedule.
4. At such intervals as the Code Authority shall prescribe, every
member shall furnish to the Code Authority such information as it
may require, in order to enable it to determine whether the limi-
tations contained in said Schedule have been exceeded.






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ARTICLE V--WAGES
1. The minimum rate of wage of any laborer, mechanical worker,
or artisan employed in any plant, mill, or factory, or on work con-
nected with the operation of any such plant, mill, or factory shall be
as follows:
(a) Northern Zone, which shall consist of all territory of the
United States except the States named in subdivisions (b) and (c):
Male labor: thirty-eight (38) cents per hour.
Female labor: thirty-three (33) cents per hour.
(b) Central Zone, which shall consist of the States of Delaware,
Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and North
Carolina, and the District of Columbia:
Male labor: thirty-five (35) cents per hour.
Female labor: thirty (30) cents per hour.
(c) Southern Zone, which shall consist of the States of South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Ar-
kansas, and Texas:
Thirty (30) cents per hour.
Provided, however, that in case the rate per hour for any class
of labor was, on July 15, 1929, less than the minimum rate above
specified for the same class of labor, then the minimum rate for such
class of labor shall be the rate paid on July 15, 1929, but in no
event less than ninety (90) percent, of the rate above specified.
2. The Code Authority shall obtain statistical data concerning
the effect of the above proviso on wage rates in the Industry, and
shall within ninety (90) days after the effective date of this Code
make a report thereon to the Administrator.
3. Pieceworkers shall be paid at rates which will yield a worlwer
for an hour's work not less than the minimum rates prescribed.
4. The minimum rates of wages for all other employees, except
commission salesmen, shall be as follows:
Not less than $15.00 per week in any city of over 500,000 popula-
tion, nor less than $14.50 per week in any city between 250,000 and
500,000 population, nor less than $14.00 per week in any city between
2,500 and 250.000 population, nor less than $12.00 per week in towns
of less than 2,500 population.
5. Female employees performing substantially the same work as
male employees, shall receive the same rate of pay as male employees.
The Code Authority shall, within ninety (90) days after the effective
date of this Code, file with the Administrator a description of all
occupations in the Industry in which both men and women are
employed.
6. The wage rates of all employees receiving more than the mini-
mum rates herein prescribed shall be reviewed and such adjustments,
if any, made therein as are equitable in the light of all the circum-
stances, and within sixty (60) days after the effective date hereof,
the Code Authority shall report to the Administrator the action
taken by all members of the Industry under this Section.
ARTICLE VI-GENErALL LABOR PROVISIONS
1. There shall be a rehearing by the Administrator on all of the
provisions of Articles IV and V of this Code. Such hearing shall
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be held at the same time and place, and on the same notice as
the hearing for the purpose of determining the adequacy of the
minimum wages established in the Code of Fair Competition for
the Paper and Pulp Industry, directed to be held by the Executive
Order approving said Code, dated November 17, 1933. In the event
that any of the provisions of the said Paper and Pulp Code relating
to wages and hours of labor shall be amended in accordance with
recommendations made by the Admifinistrator and approved by the
President as provided in such Executive Order, then and in that
event such amended provisions shall apply also to this Industry
and this Code shall be deemed to have been amended so as to con-
form thereto and the Administrator may direct that this Code be
reprinted and republished, as so amended.
2. No person under sixteen (16) years of age shall be employed
ii the Industry. No person under eighteen (18) years of age shall
be employed at operations or occupations which are hazardous in
nature or dangerous to health. The Code Authority shall submit
to the Administrator within sixty (60) days after the effective date
of this Code a lst of such operations or occupations. In any State
an employer shall be deemed to have complied with this provision
as to age if he shall have on file a certificate or permit duly signed
by the authority in such State empowered to issue employment or
age certificates or permits showing that the employee is of the
required age.
3. Employees shall have the right to organize and bargain col-
lectively through representatives of their own choosing, and shall be
free from the interference, restraint, or coercion 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 bargaining or other mutual aid or protection. No
employee and no one seeking employment shall be required as a con-
dition of employment to join any company union or to refrain from
joining. organizing, or assisting a labor organization of his own
choosing. Employers shall comply with the maximum hours of
labor, miinimum rates of pay. and other conditions of employment,
approved, or prescribed by the President.
4. No provision in this Code shall supersede any State or Federal
law which imposes on employers more stringent requirements as to
age of employees, wages, hours of work, or as to safety, health, sani-
tary, or general working conditions or insurance or fire protection,
than are imposed by this Code.
5. No employer shall reclassify employees or duties of occupations
performed or engage in any other subterfuge for the purpose of
defeating the purposes or provisions of the Act or of this Code.
6. All employers shall post copies of Articles IV, V, and VI, of
this Code in conspicuous places accessible to employees.
7. Every employer shall make reasonable provisions for the safety
and health of his employees at the place and during the hours of
their employment. Standards for safety and health shall be sub-
mitted by the Code Authority to the Administrator within six (6)
months after the effective date of this Code.
8. No provision in this Code shall supersede provisions as to
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for specific projects by competent governmental authority acting in
accordance with law, or to terms of employment which are estab-
lished by labor agreements now in force, where either the wages are
higher or the hours of labor are shorter, or both, than are those set
forth in this Code.
9. The Code Authority shall make a study of conditions in the
Industry to determine the feasibility of the adoption of a shorter
working week and shall, within three (3) months after the effective
date of this Code, make a report of its findings to the Administra-
tor. The Code Authority shall also submit to the Administrator
within six (6) months after the effective date of this Code, a plan
for the stabilization and regularization of employment.

ARTICI E VII-Ac(CO' OUTING AND SELLING

1. The Code Authority shall, as -oon as practicable, prescribe a
standard method of costing and accounting for the Industry and sub-
mit the same to the Administrator. When it shall have been ap-
proved by the Administrator, every member shall use an accounting
and costing system which conforms to the principles of and is at
least as detailed and complete as such standard method.
2. Each member shall within twenty-four (24) hours after the
effective date of this Code, file with the Executive Authority of his
division, in such form as such Executive Authority shall prescribe,
complete lists or schedules of prices, terms, and conditions of sale
(including all differentials, discounts, trade allowances, printing
charges, and special charges) of all products offered for sale by such
member, and shall so file all subsequent changes therein or revisions
thereof. Each such schedule of prices shall conform to all trade
practices and other provisions established in and by this Code or any
subordinate Code applicable thereto or any amendment or supple-
ment to this Code or to such subordinate Code.
3. All such lists or schedules of prices, terms, and conditions of
sale and all changes therein or revisions thereof shall become effective
immediately on filing.
4. The Executive Authority of any division which shall include
the manufacture of made-to-order bags may suspend the provisions
of Section 2 hereof as to any of such bags.
5. The Executive Authority of each division shall provide each
member of its division with copies of all schedules so filed, and shall
upon request furnish copies thereof at cost to nonmembers at the
same time that they are sent to members.
6. No such schedule of prices and conditions of sale filed by any
member, or in effect at any time in any calendar month, shall be
such as to permit the sale of any product at less than the lower
of the following:
(a) The cost of such product to such member during the last period
of two consecutive months, or two accounting periods of four weeks
each, ending not less than thirty (30) days prior to the first day
of such month, which cost shall be determined pursuant to the
method of accounting and costing prescribed by the Code Authority
under this Article as soon as that method is prescribed and thereto-
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such preliminary rules as the Code Authority shall prescribe with
the approval of the Administrator.
(b) The lowest price filed for such product under the provisions
of this Article by any other member and then in effect.
7. Each schedule filed under this Article shall state whether the
prices and conditions therein specified are justified under subdivi-
sion (a) or under subdivision (b) of Section 6 and in the case of
justification under subdivision (b) shall identify the schedule or
schedules of the other member or members of the Industry justify-
ing such prices and conditions. A schedule justified upon the basis
of the schedule or schedules of another member or members shall
become void forthwith upon the cancellation or revision upward
of such justifying schedule or schedules.
8. Except in fulfillment of bona fide contracts existing on the effec-
tive date of this Code, no member of the industry shall sell any
products of the Industry for domestic consumption at a price or
prices lower than or upon terms or conditions more favorable than
stated in his price schedule then on file, provided, however, that
discontinued lines or damaged goods or seconds of any product may
be disposed of in such manner and on such terms and conditions
as the Executive Authority of the division into which such products
fall may approve. Within ten (10) days after the effective date
of this Code, each member shall file with the Executive Authority
of the interested division complete details of all such bona fide con-
tracts and this information shall be available to the Code Authority.
9. Any accounting or costing system which may be used for the
purposes of this Article shall include as paper cost the current
published delivered market price of bag paper, the member's indi-
vidual conversion cost, and each division's transportation cost of
shipping bags. The current published delivered market price of
bag paper and each division's transportation cost of shipping bags
shall be determined and made available to all members of such divi-
sion at all times by the Code Authority. Such transportation cost
shall be the total transportation charges chargeable against the ship-
ments made by all members of a division during the preceding cal-
endar quarter year, ending not less than thirty (30) days prior to
the first day of the month in which such transportation cost shall
apply, divided by the total number of tons of bags shipped by all
members of such division during such period. The Executive
Authority of any division with the approval of the Administrator
may modify this paragraph as to such division.
10. The preceding Section hereof shall remain in force only for a
period beginning with the effective date of this Code, and ending on
the last day of the sixth calendar month thereafter, unless such
period shall be extended by the Administrator. At any time during
such period the Administrator, on thirty (30) days' notice to the
Code Authority, may declare said Section void and of no effect.
During such period, the members of the Industry shall furnish to a
disinterested accountant, or other disinterested qualified person, to
be selected by the Code Authority, such information as the Admin-
istrator may require regarding production costs, freight charges, and
such other matters as the Administrator may specify. Such ac-
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Authority to combine such information in such manner as the Ad-
ministrator may require, and to submit the same on behalf of the
Code Authority to the Administrator.
All information furnished in accordance with the provisions of
this Section shall be confidential except as to the Administrator and
his assistants, and no information furnished by one member shall
be revealed to another, nor be published except in combination with
other similar data and in such manner as to avoid the disclosure of
confidential information.
11. Each member shall file with the Executive Authority of the
interested divisions, the names of his Agents and Brokers at least one
(1) week before such Agents and Brokers shall be entitled to the
status of Agent or Broker. Each member shall be responsible for
the activities of his Agents and Brokers pertaining to the sale of his
products.
AI'TICLE VIII-REPORTS AND ST.\I ISIICS

1. Each member shall prepare and file with the Serretary of the
Code Authority at such times and in such manner as it may pre-
scribe, such statistics, data and information relating to plant capacity,
volume of production, volume of sales in units and dollars, orders
received, unfilled orders, stocks on hand, inventory both raw and
finished, number of employees, wage rates, employee earnings, hours
of work and other matters-, as the Code Authority or the Adminis-
trator may from time to time require. Any or all information so
furnished by any member shall be subject to checking for the pur-
pose of verification by an examination of the books and accounts
and records of such member by any disinterested accountant or
accountants or other qualified person or persons designated by the
Code Authority.
2. Except as otherwise provided in the Act, or in this Code, all
statistics, data and information filed or required in accordance with
the provisions of this Code shall be confidential and the statistics,
data and information of one member shall not be revealed to an-
other member except for the purpose of enforcing the provisions
of this Code. No such data or information shall be published ex-
cept in combination with other similar data and in such a manner as
to avoid the disclosure of confidential information. The Code
Authority shall arrange in such manner as it may determine for the
publication currently to members totals of orders received, unfilled
orders, shipments, stocks of finished goods on hand and production.
3. The Code Authority shall make such reports to the Adminis-
trator as he may from time to time require.
ARTICLE IX-TRADE PRACTICES
No member shall:
(a) Induce or attempt to induce the breach of a contract between
a competitor and his customer.
(b) Neglect to enforce in letter or in spirit, business obligations
in the form of written contracts.
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(d) Defame a competitor by falsely implying to him inability
to perform contracts or questionable credit standing, or by spreading
false reports concerning his transactions with others.
(e) Falsely disparage the weight, substance, strength, grade or
quality of a competitor's goods.
(f) Misrepresent his product.
(g) Make or permit his agent to make contracts which do not
cover the quantity, price, and time for delivery, except that any divi-
sion may modify this paragraph as applied to such division.
(h) Pay or allow secret rebates, refunds, credits, or unearned dis-
counts, whether in the form of money, advertising allowances, or
otherwise, or extend to certain purchasers special prices, concessions,
or privileges not extended to all purchasers under like terms and
conditions.
(i) Give, permit to be given, or directly offer to give, anything of
value for the purpose of influencing or rewarding the action of any
employee, agent, or representative of another in relation to the busi-
ness of the employer of such employee, the principal of such agent, or
the represented party, without the knowledge of such employer, prin-
cipal, or party.
Commercial bribery provisions shall not be construed to prohibit
free and general distribution of articles commonly used for adver-
tising except so far as such articles are actually used for commercial
bribery as hereinabove defined.
(j) Allow a discount for cash payment of more than 2%.
(k) Pay or allow any Agent's or Broker's commission or discount
or other consideration which would operate as a reduction of the
member's published price to any buying syndicate or to any person
other than an actual Agent or Broker as defined by the respective
divisional Codes.
(1) Permit his Agent or Broker to vary from the published price
schedule or schedules of such member.
(m) Exceed a tolerance of 5% beyond the schedule of basis
weights which may be prescribed by the Code Authority and ap-
proved by the Administrator for any standard grade of bag in any
division.
ARTICLE X-RECOMMENDATIONS
1. The Code Authority may from time to time present to the
Administrator recommendations based on conditions in the Industry
which will tend to effectuate the operation of this Code and the
policy of the Act, and in particular along the following lines:
(a) For the establishment of additional rules of fair-trade prac-
tices for the Industry and for the codification of its trade customs
and the enforcement thereof.
Such recommendations, when approved by the Administrator,
.hall have the same force and effect as other provisions of this Code.

AR'ICILE XI-GENERAL PROVISIONS

1. If any member is also a member of another Industry, the
provisions of this Code shall apply to and affect only that part of
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2. Any work or process incidental to. and carried on by a mem-
ber at his plant as a part, of the manufacture of any product of the
Industry, shall be regarded as a part. of this Industry.
3. Such of the provisions of this Code as are not required to be
included therein by the Act. may with the approval of the President
of the United States, be modified or eliminated as changes in cir-
cumstances or experience may indicate.
4. This Code and all the provisions thereof are expressly made
subject to the right of the President, in accordance with the provi-
sions of Section 10 (b) of the Act, from time to time to cancel or
modify any order, approval, license, rule. or regulation issued under
Title I of said Act, and specifically, but without limitation to the
right of the President to cancel or modify his approval of such
Code or any conditions imposed by him upon his approval hereof.
5. This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after
the date upon which it shall be approved by the President of the
United States.
Approved Code No. 230.
Registry No. 401-1-01.






























SCHEDULE "A"


I)i\'SIONS UNDER THIS CODE

Banana & Dry Cleaner or Gnrneent Delivery Bag Division
Coffee Bag Division
Glassine Bag Division
Grocery Bag Division
Millinery & Notion Bag Division
Moth Proof Paper Products Division
Shopping Bag Division
Window Face Bag Division
Wholly or Semi-Hand Made Bag Division
(474)
















SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE BANANA
AND DRY CLEANER OR GARMENT DELIVERY BAG DIVISION OF
THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The following Is hereby established as tile Subordinate (Iuli of Fair Com-
petition of the Banana & Dry Cleaner or Garment Delivery Bag Division of
the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry.

ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONS

Words used herein are hereby defined a:s follow';:
1. General Code.-The general Code of tile Paper Bag Manuf ituring
Industry.
2. This Division.-The Banana and D)ry Cleaner or Garment Delivery Bag
Division of such industry consisting of the manufacturers of bags as detinerd in
Section 3 of Article III of the General Code.
3. Executive Authori'y.-The body created by Section 1 of Article III hereof.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General C('cle apply also to this
Code.
ARTICLE II--ULTrRDINATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant to
the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division andl on
all members of the industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICLE III-ADMINISTrATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this divi-
sion consisting of persons to be selected by the members of such division
in such manner and under such regulations as the Administrator may approve.
In addition to membership as above provided, the member or members of the
Code Authority designated bh the Administrator shall be advisory members
of such Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration
of this Code and shall have such rather powers and duties as are prescribed
herein or in the General Code.
3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Author-
ity in administering the General Code and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority
may require.
4. Subject to restrictions and safeguards similar to those provided in Article
VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish such additional information
as may from time to time he required by the Executive Authority.

ARTICLE I'-TRADE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority shall formulate the recognized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Division, and may from time to time submit any
such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority to
the Administrator for approval, and the same when approved shall have the
same force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V--PRODUCTION

The Executive Authority shall, with a view to effectuating the policy of the
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production in this Division with demand for its products; and through the
Code Authority may from time to time make recommendations in relation
thereto, and may propose agreements,or amendments to this Code designed to
carry such recommendations into effect.

ARTICLE VI-EECTIVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall be approved by the President of the United States.


SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE COFFEE
BAG DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The following is hereby established as the subordinate Code of Fair Competi-
tion of the Coffee Bag Division of the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry.

ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONS

1. General Code.-The General Code of Fair Competition for the Paper Bag
Manufacturing Industry.
2. lDii.sion.-The Coffee Bag Division of the Industry, which is the branch
manufacturing Coffee Bags, as defined in Definition No. 5.
3. Executive Authority.-The body created by Article III, Section 1. hereof.
4. Association.-The Coffee Bag Manufacturers' Association.
5. Coffee Bags.-Standard sizes or special sizes of the following paper bags
used as retail containers for coffee, tea, cocoa, rice, beans, etc., shall be con-
sidered as Coffee Bags:
Fancy and Kraft Duplex Coffee Bags.
Fancy and Kraft Unlined Coffee Bags.
Fancy and Kraft Triplex Coffee Bags.
Cellulose Triplex Coffee Bags.
Foil (or Aluminum) Lined Coffee Bags.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General Code apply also in this
Code.
ARTICLn II-SUBORDINATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuanut
to the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and
on all members of the industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICI. III-ADrINITRATION

1. The members of the Executive Committee of the Coffee Bag Mfrs. Asso-
ciation, together with the member or members of the Code Authority designated
by the Administrator, are hereby constituted the Executive Authority of this
division. The member or members of the Code Authority designated by the
Administrator shall be advisory members of such Executive Authority without
vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration of
this Code and shall have such other powers and duties as are prescribed herein
or in the General Code.
3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Authority
in ndministerin? the General Code, and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority
may require.
4. Subject to restrictions and safeguards similar to those provided in
Article VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish such additional
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ARTICLE IV.-TR.\DE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority.--shall formulate the recognized Trade Customs
and Fair Trade Practices of this Division, find may from time'to time submit
any such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority
to the Administrator for approval, and the same when approved shall have
the same force and effect as if incorporated in this ('ode.

ARTICLE V-E-II1w i;E E -) ATE

This Code shall hecoine ef'ei'tive on the second d Monday after the date upon
which it shall he approved by the President of the Unitpd States.



SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE GLASSINE
BAG DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The following is hereby established as the Suburdtinato ('Code iof Fair Com-
petition of the linssine Bag Division of the Paper Bag Manufacturing
Industry.
ARTICLE I-DEINITIONS

Words used herein are hereby defined as follows:
1. General Code.-The General Code of Fair Competition for the Paper
Bag Manufacturing Industry.
2. Division.-The Glassine Bag Divi'iion of the Industry, which is the
branch manufacturing Glassine Bags, as defined in Definition No. 5.
3. Executive Autfioriti.-The body created by Article III. Section 1. hereof.
4. Association.-The Glassine Bag Association.
5. Gla-n.-ine Bag..-Bags made from plain, embossed, or printed glassine
paper or other allied sprN-ialty papers which have always been included in
the Paper Schedule of the Glassine Bag Association, such as: bleached glas-ine,
amber or unblnached glascine. yellow pr coloh'ed glassine. Riegeline, Riegelite,
waxed one side and waxed two sides Riegelite, Lucent. or Hammerzine, waxed
Hammerzine. white dry w\\x, laminated glassine. pure white vegetable pnrch-
meut (exltludinz lard h;insi. and other papers which may be added by the
Executive Authority.
The definitions cliitainidl in Article I of the General Code apply also in
this Code.
ARTIlT.E II-SQI' BoDINATION

1. This Code is subo rdinate to the Geineral Code and is submitted pursunint
to the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and
on all members of the industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARrTIC. E III-ADMINISTHATION

1. The members of the Executive Committee of the Glassine Bag Association,
together with the member or members of the Code Authority designated by the
Administrator, are hereby constituted the Executive Authority of this division.
The member or members of the Code Authority designated by the Administra-
tor shall be advisory members of such Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration
of this Code and shall have such other powers and duties as are prescribed
herein or in the General Code.
8. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Author-
ity in administering the General Code, and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority
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4. Subject to restrictions and safeguards similar to those provided in Article
VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish such additional information
as may from time to time be required by the Executive Authority.

ARTICLE IV-TRADE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority shall formulate the recognized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Division, and may from time to time submit any
such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority to
the Administrator for approval, and the same when approved shall have the
same force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V-EFF-CTIVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
'which it slill be approved by the President of the United States.


SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE GROCERY
BAG DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The followv'ng is lhreby established as the Subordinate Code of Fair Compe-
tition of the Grocery Bag Division of the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry.

ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONS

Words used herein are hereby defined as follows:
1. General ('ode.-The General Code of Fair Competition for the Paper Bag
Manufacturing Industry.
2. Code.-The subordinate Code of Fair Competition for the Grocery Bag Di-
vision of the Piper Bag Manufacturing Industry.
3. This Division.-The Grocery Bag Division of such Industry comprising the
manufacture of products as listed under "5"' hereof.
4. Executive Authority.-The body created by Section 1 of Article III hereof.
5. Grocery B.ags.-The following products manufactured by the members of
this Division from Paper:
Grocery Bags. Nail Bags, Sugar Bags, Shot Bags, Standard Sacks,
Poultry Sacks, Bundle Sacks.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General Code apply also to this
Code.
ARTICI II--STBORDI NATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant to
provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and on
ial members v, the industry engaged in manufacturing products falling within
this Division.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with tlin provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICLE III-ADMINISTRATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this divi-
sion consisting of persons to be selected by the members of such division in
such manner and under such regulations as the Administrator may approve.
In addition to i membership as above provided, the member or members of the
Code Authority designated by the Administrator shall be advisory members
of such Executie Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration of
this Code and shall have such other powers and duties as are prescribed herein,
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8. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Author-
ity in administering the General Code and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as thelCode Authority
may require.
4. Subject to the same restrictions and safeguards as provided in Article
VIII of the General Code, members shall fuirniilh such information and statistics
as may, from time to time, he required by the Executive Authority.

ARTICLE IV-FAIR TRADE PRACTICE.s AND TRADE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority of thqs Division shall confer with the members if
the Industry in respect to the stabilization of the Industry and the elimination
of unfair competitive practices and shall formulate the recognized fair trade
practices and trade customs of this Division and shall. from,-1 time to time,
submit fair trade practices, and any such trade customs through the Code
Authority to the Administrator for approval, and the same, when approved,
shall have the same force and effef't as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V-EFFECTIVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall be approved by the President of the United States.


SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE MIL-
LINERY AND NOTION BAG DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG
MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The following is hereby established as the Subhordinate Code of Fair Competi-
tion of the Millinery and Notion Bag Division of the Paper Bag Manufactur-
ing Industry.
ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONB

Wi'rd.( used here:n are hereby defined as follows:
1. General Colfc.-The general Code of the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry.
2. This. Divixion.-The Millinery and Notion Bag Division of such industry
consisting of the uninufa turers of bags as defined in Section 3 of Article III
of the General (Cole.
3. Exrrrtire Authorifit.--The body created by Section 1 of Article III hereof.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General Code apply also to this
Code.
ARTICLE I I-SUBORDINATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant
to the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and
on all members of the industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provision oif this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code. the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICT.E III-ADMINSTRATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this divi-
sion consisting of persons to be selected by the members of such division in such
manner and under such regulation< as; the Administrator may approve. In
addition to memberships above provided, the member or members of the Code
Authority designated by the Administrator shall be advisory members of such
Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration of
this Code and shall have such other powers and duties as are prescribed herein
or In the General Code.
3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Authority
in administering the General Code and in obtaining from members within this








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Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority may
require.
4. Subject to restrictions and safeguards similar to those provided in Article
VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish such additional information as
may from time to time be required by the Executive Authority.

ARTICLE IV-TRADE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority shall formulate the recognized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Division, and may from time to time submit any
such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority to the
Administrator for approval, and the same when approved shall have the same
force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V-EFFECTIVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall be approved by the President of the United States.


SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE MOTH
PROOF PAPER PRODUCTS DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG MANU-
FACTURING INDUSTRY

The following is hereby established as the Subordinate Code of Fair Com-
petition of the Moth Proof Paper Products Division of the Paper Bag Manu-
facturing Industry.
ArnTILE I-DEFINITIONS

Words used herein are hereby defined as follows:
1. General Code.-The General Code of the Paper Bag Manufacturing In-
dustry.
2. This Division.-The Moth Proof Paper Products Division of such industry
consisting of the manufacturers of bags and paper as defined in Section 3
of Article III of the General Code.
3. Executive Authority.-The body created by Section 1 of Article III hereof.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General Code apply also to
this Code.
ARTICLE II--SUBORDINATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant
to the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and
on all members of the industry included within this Dvision.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICLE III-ADMINISTRATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this division
consisting of persons to be selected by the members of such division in such
manner and under such regulations as the Administrator may approve. In
addition to membership as above provided, the member or members of the
Code Authority designated by the Administrator shall be advisory members of
such Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration of
this Code and shall have such other powers and duties as are prescribed herein
or in the General Code.
3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Author-
ity in administering the General Code and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority may
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4. Subject to restrictions and saifegnlrds similar to th,!'" provideil in Article
VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish su'-l adilitinn:il information
as may from time to time be required by the E.:xctutive Authority.

ARrI''LE I\-TlU.\LE C('LuSMS

The Executive Authority sh:ll formulate the reI'f-oguized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Division, and may 'from time to time submit any
such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the C'ode Authority to
the Administrator for approvala. and the same when approved shall have the
61ame force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V-EFFECTIVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall be approved by the President of the United States.



SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE SHOPPING
BAG DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The following is hereby established as the Subordinate C'ode of Fair Compe-
tition of the Shopping Bag Division of the Paper Bag Manufacturing Industry.

ARTICLE I-DF FI IlTIONS

Words used herein are hereby defined as follows:
1. General Code.-The general Code (f the Paper Bag Manufacturing
Industry.
2. This Dirision.-The Shopping Bag Division of such industry c~.usi-ting
of the manufacturers of bags as defined in Section 3 of Article III of the
General Code.
3. Exccutire Authority.-The body created by Section 1 of Article III
hereof.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General Code apply also to
this Code.
ARTICLE II-StBOHDI NATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant
to the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General (Code is hereby recoenizedl as binding in this Division and
on all members of the industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be inconsist-
ent with the provisions (if the General Code, the provisions of the General Code
shall prevail.
ARTICLE III-ADMINIs.TFATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this divi-
sion consisting of persons to be selected by the members of such division in
such manner and under such regulations as the Administrator may approve.
In addition to membership as above provided, the member or members of
the Code Authority designated by the Administrator shall be advisory members
of such Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration of
this Code and shall have sucb other powers and duties as are prescribed herein
or in the General Code.
3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Author-
ity in administering the General Code and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority
may require.
4. Subject to restrictions and safeguards similar to those provided in Article
VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish such additional information as
may from time to time be required by the Executive Authority.








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ARTICLE] IV-TRADE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority 'hall formulate the recognized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Division. and may from time to time submit any
such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority to the
Administrator for approval, and the same when approval shall have the same
force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V-PRODUCTION

The Executive Authority shall, with a view to effectuating the policy of the
Act, make studies and in its discretion formulate plans with a view to equalizing
production in this Division with demand for its products: and through the Code
Authority may from time to time make recommendations in relation thereto, and
may propose agreements or amendments to this Code designed to carry such
recommendations into effect.

ARTICLE VI-EFFECTIVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall be approved by the President of the United States.


SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE WINDOW
FACE BAG DIVISION OF THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRY

The following is herely' et;.llishled as the Subordinate Code of Fair Com-
petition of the Window Face Bag Division of the Paper Bag Manufacturing
Industry.
ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONS

Words used herein are hereby defined as follows:
1. General Code.-The General Code of Fair Competition for the Paper Bag
Manufacturing Industry.
2. Dirisioin.-The Window Face Bag Division of the Industry, which is the
branch manufacturing Window Face Bags as defined in Definition No. 5.
3. Execulire Authority.-The body created by Article III, Section 1, hereof.
4. Association.-The Window Face Bag Association.
5. Window Face Bags.-Bags composed in part of transparent material and
in part of relatively ollaque material, used as retail containers for many kinds
of textiles, foods, novelties, etc.
The definitions contained in Article I of the General Code also apply in
this Code.
ARTICLE II-SUBORDINATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant to
the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and on
all members of the industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provision of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICLE IIf-ADMINISTRATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this divi-
sion consisting of persons to be selected by the members of such division in
buch manner and under such regulations as the Administrator may approve.
In addition to membership as above provided, the member or members of the
Code Authority designated by the Administrator shall be advisory members of
such Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged generally with the administration of
this Code and shall have such other powers and duties as are prescribed herein
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3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Authority
in administering the General Code, and in ohtainiug from members within this
Division such reports, statistic-s, and other data as the Code Authority may
require.
4. Subject to restrictions ald safeguards similar to thbse provided in
Article VIII of the General Code, members shall furnish such additional
information as may from time to time be required by the Executive Authority.

ARTIiLE IV-TRADE CUSTOMi

The Executive Authority shall formulate the recognized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Diviiim. and may from time to time submit any
such Trade Customscl or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority to
the Administrator for approval, aml tihe same when approved shall have the
same force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.

ARTICLE V\-EFECT IVE DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall he approved Ihv the President of the United States.


SUBORDINATE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE WHOLLY
OR SEMI-HAND-MADE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING DIVISION
OF THE PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

The following is hereby estaliished a- the Subordinate Code of Fair Competi-
tion of the Wholly or Smii-Hanl-M1ade Paller Bag Manufacturers Division of
the Paper Bag Malalnufaturing Industry.

ARTICLE I-DEFINITIONS

Words used herein are defined as follows:
1. General Codc.-The -enieral Code of the Paper Bag Manufacturing
Industry.
2. This Dir-ision.-The Wholly or Semi-Hand-Made Paper Bag Manufactur-
ers Division, of such industry as defined in Sec-tion 3 of Article III of the
General Code.
3. Executire Authoriti!.-The body created by Section 1 of Article III
hereof.
The dt finitions contained in Article I of the General Code apply also to this
Code.
ARTICLE II-SUBORDINATION

1. This Code is subordinate to the General Code and is submitted pursuant to
the provisions of Article III of the General Code.
2. The General Code is hereby recognized as binding in this Division and on
all members of the Industry included within this Division.
3. In the event that any provisions of this Code shall be found to be incon-
sistent with the provisions of the General Code, the provisions of the General
Code shall prevail.
ARTICLE III-ADM[INISTRATION

1. There shall forthwith be constituted an Executive Authority of this divi-
sion consisting of persons to be selected by the members of the division in
such manner and under such regulations as the Administrator may approve.
In addition to membership as ahbve provided, the member or members of
the Code Authority designated by the Administrator shall be advisory mem-
bers of such Executive Authority without vote.
2. The Executive Authority is charged with the Administration of this
Code and shall have such other po\\t'rs and duties as are prescribed herein
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3. The Executive Authority shall cooperate with and assist the Code Author-
ity in administering the General Code and in obtaining from members within
this Division such reports, statistics, and other data as the Code Authority
may require.
ARTICLE IV-TRADE CUSTOMS

The Executive Authority shall formulate recognized Trade Customs and
Fair Trade Practices of this Division, and may from time to time submit
any such Trade Customs or Fair Trade Practices through the Code Authority
to the Administrator for approval, and the same when approved shall have
the same force and effect as if incorporated in this Code.
ARTICLE V-ErEc rIV DATE

This Code shall become effective on the second Monday after the date upon
which it shall be approved by the President of the United States.

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