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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION




AMENDMENT TO
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE


LUMBER AND TIMBER

PRODUCTS INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON JUNE 11, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


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Approved Code No. 9-Amendment No. 12


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY

As Approved on June 11, 1934


ORDER

APPROVING AMENDMENTS TO THE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE
LUMBER AND TIMBnFl PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
An application having been duly made pursuant to and in full
compliance with the provisions of Title I, of the National Indus-
trial Recovery Act., approved June 16, 1933, for approval of amend-
ments to a code of Fair Competition for the Lumber and Timber
Products Industries, and hearings having been duly held thereon
and the annexed report on said amendments, 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 amendments and the Code
as constituted after being amended comply in all respects with the
pertinent provisions and will promote the policy and purposes of
said Title of said Act, and do hereby order that said amendments
be and they are hereby approved, and that the previous approval
of said Code is hereby modified to include an approval of said
Code in its entirety as amended.
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator for Industrial Recovery.
Approval recommended:
BARTON W. MURRAY,
Acting Division Administrator.
WASHINGTON, D.C.,
June 11, 1934.
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REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT


The PRESIDENT,
The White House.
Smn: On Augait 19, 1933. you approved a Codle of Fair Competi-
tion for the Lumber and Timber Products Industries.
This is a report on a Henring on Amen:lment No. 46 to that
Code conducted in the Fairfax Room of the Willard Hotel, Wash-
inrti.,i. D.C.. on February 13, 1734. The Aiiwndlment contemplates
the e.-tabli-iinent of a Pole and Piling Division of the Lubiiier and
Timber Products Code and was prr-esented by representatives of the
industry of which the contemplated Division will have jurisdiction,
said to repre<'nt. more than sixty (60' ) percent of the value of such
products manufactured and distributed in the United States.
In 1929 approximately five thousand workers were engaged in
the Pole and Piling Indu-try and the sales for that year were
estimated at 4.5t;.5..S9 poles and 25.324,255 linear feet of piling.
The estimated demand for poles is 3,500,000. Accurate informa-
tion coln'lning the miiinium wages now paid in the industry is
iiava:il;blle. but the evidence indicates that the I!iinimuum Ywage
scales have been decrea-ed to a level insufifiicnt to maintain decent
.iari'l:rds of living. The Amendment correlates the wacgs and hour
provi-ionl. of those employed in the Pole and Piling Indus.try with
those who are engaged in similar occupati ri.O now under the juris-
dictioii of the Lumber and Timber Products (Coe. The Adminis-
trative Age,.-ie-, for this Division are or;ganizid1 in wscco1rdance with
g,"igra;lphical and species divisions.
The Deputy Administrator in his final report to me on said
Amendment to said Code having found as herein set forth and on
the basis of all the prwreedings in this matter;
I filnd that:
(a) The Amendment to said Code and the Code as amentiled are
well dlf-igil'd to promote the policies and purposes of Title I of the
National Industrial Recovery Act including the removal of obstruc-
tions to the free flow of iiterstate and foreign commerce which tend
to diminish the am oulnt thereof, and will provide for the g.,iiral wel-
fare by promoting the organiz:t ion of industry for the purpose of
cooperative action a;onlg trade gro1,up., lIy inducing and mainaitai ing
united action of labor :ind mannagenment under adequate governmental
sanction irand supervisi, 1. by el iiiiiti ili ng i fir competitive practices,
by prn,,, it in the fullest possible iut i Iiza t ion of the present productive
capacity oi indu- rii,., by avoiiin undue restrictions of production
(ex, ,pptas iryi be teilpornirily requlire-1), by increa-ing the i'unIilmlp-
tion of indiu-triial and aLricultural products thriiizh in.';r.a-iliig pur-
c.h:-i;l i;Ipower, by reducirini and relieving ; ,.,iiplotn-lilet. by improv-
iiig standards of labor, and by otherwise rehabilitating i,;du-tr;y.









(b) The Code ais amended complies in all respects with the per-
tinent provisions of said Title of said Act. including without limita-
tion Subsection (a) of Sectiotn 3, Subsection (a) of Section 7 and
Subsection (b) of Section 10 thereof.
(c) The Code empowers the Code Authority to present the afore-
said Amendment on behalf (if the industry as a whole.
(d) The Amendment and the Code as amended are not designed
to and will not permit monpolies or monopolistic practices.
(e) The Amendment ;nd the Code as amended are 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
Amendment.
For these reasons, therefore, I have approved this Amendment to
the Code.
Respectfully,
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Administrator.
JUNE 11, 1934.












AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR
THE LIMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY

-AMFN!).AI-*NT No. In Schedule A at the end of Section 37,
add the following new Subsection:
POLE AND PILING DivISiONS

D;''i ;on,-(Art. II-c).-(a) The Pole and Piling Division con-
sists of producers, manufacturers. importers, exporters, and dis-
tributors of the products hereinafter enumerated.
Prl,7tifs--(Art. II-a).-Pol.s, piling, posts, anchor logs and
st!'ib.. open tank treated and untrei'ted.
Ad,.'n-istrm'a!'r, Aq, /:-- -(Art. III).-(a) The Pole and Piling
Division is divided for administrative purposes into the following
subdivisions:
1. Western Red and Northern White Cedar Subdivision.
2. Douglas Fir Subdivision.
3. Southern Pine Subdivision.
4. Cypress Subdivision.
5. Northeastern Subdivi-ioii.
6. Loldg .pole Pine Subdivisin.
7. .Re \dw ,od Subdivision.
8. Hardwood Subdivision.
9. The North Central Subdivision.
10. The Nortl1'-rn Subdivir-ion.
11. Western Pine Subdivision.
(b) Adliniistrative Agencies shall be elected for each subdivi-
sion in :l.vornlance with the provisions hereinafter set forth for
the r'.-,'pe' tive subdivisions.
(c) 1. A Pole and Pilinig Coo'rdin:ting Coinnittee shall be elected
by the respective subdivision Admini!istrative Agencies as follows:
Three members of the Coordlinating Committee shall be elected by
the Adilliinitrative Agency of thli Western Red and Northern White
Cedar Subdivision, two of whom shall be members of the Western
Red and Northern White Cedar A.--sciation and one of whom shall
be a nI,-memnmber of that Association; two members shall be elected
by the Administrative Agency of the Diirlla-I Fir Subdivision; three
members shall be elected by the Administrative Agency of the South-
ern Pine Silldivision: one member shall be elvte.d by the Adiminis-
trative Agency of the Lodgepole Pine Sublivi-ion ; one member shall
be elected jointly by the Admini-trative' Ag ncie.s of the Cypress
Subdivision and the Hardwood Su.llivi-ion: one rnembnier shall be
elected jointly by the Administrative Agencies of the Nortlheattern
Sudivision, the North Central Subdivision and the Northern Subdi-
vision: and one member shall be elected jointly by the Adrmlinistra-
tire Agencies of the Redw,:o,l Subdivision and the Western Pine
Subdiivisi.,.









2. Subject to the approval of the Authority and to the limitations
contained in Article III of the Code. the Coordinating Committee
is authorized to make such rules and regulations as may be neces-
sary to administer the Code in this Division and may designate such
agents and delegate such authority to them as may be necessary for
this purpose. but it shall reserve final responsibility for the
administration of the provisions of the Code in this Division.
3. The Committee may delegate any of its authority to its rep-
resentative, elected by its membership, on -the membership of the
Authority, and may empower him to act for the Division conclu-
sively in respect to all matters coming before the Authority. All
matters of interest to the Division or any Subdivision requiring
action by the Authority shall first be presented to the Pole and
Piling Coordinating Committee.
4. Under the limitations of Article III of the Code, each Sub-
division shall be independent and self-governing in respect to all
conditions and problems relating to the said Subdivision exclu-
sively. Proposals in respect of matters affecting more than one
Subdivision may be initiated by any Subdivision and shall be sub-
mitted to the Pole and Piling Coordinating Committee.
5. Members of the Coordinating Committee and of the respective
subdivision Administrative Agencies shall be elected for a term of
one year or until their successors are elected.
(d) In order to insure the proper administration of the Code in
the respective subdivisions of this Division until such time as any
such subdivision Administrative Agency establishes conclusively to
the Lumber Code Authority that it is able to administer all provi-
sions of the Code in its subdivision, the Lumber Code Authority may
designate existing Divisional Agencies in each region and/or local-
ity to supervise the Administrative Agencies of the respective sub-
divisions of the Division as to the administration of those provisions
of the Code which relate to maximum hours of labor, minimum rates
of pay, the payment of code fees. the submission of code reports, and
any questions of correlation and adjustment with other industries
included in such Division.
(e) Within twenty days after the effective date hereof, the West-
ern Red and Northern White Cedar Association, the Lodgepole Pine
Pole Association and such divisional and/or subdivision Agencies
of the Authority in the same region or locality as may be designated
by the Authority, shall respectively conduct elections for the pur-
pose of electing the Administrative Agencies of the respective sub-
divisions of the Pole and Piling Division. Due notice of the time
and place of such elections shall be sent to every ascertainable mem-
ber of the Division in writing or by such other methods as are
reasonably calculated to notify all interested parties of such elec-
tion. Said elections shall be conducted in a fair and equitable
manner. Each person subject to the jurisdiction of the respective
subdivisions shall be entitled to one vote in person, by letter or
by proxy.

THE WESTERN RED AND NORTHERN WHITE CEDAR SUBDIVISION

Subdikvision-(Art. II-c).-The Western Red and Northern
White Cedar Subdivision consists of producers, manufacturers, im-









porters, exporters, and, distributors of products of Western Red
and Northern White Cedar, as hereinafter enumerated.
Prodh'i.---(Art. II-a).-Pole.-, piling, posts, anchor logs and
,tuls., open tank treated and untreated.
A 1n ;i,,istratie Agency-(Art. III).-The Adm init rative Agency
of the Western Red indi1 Northern White Cedar Subdivision is des-
ignated as the aiint of the Authority and of the Coordinating
Committee for the administration of the Code in this Subdivision.
Said Adminitrative Aiicy shall consist of seven (7) members,
two (2) of whom shall be elected by persons subject to the .juris-
diction of this Subdivision that are not irembers of the Western
Red and Northirn White Cedar Association, if there be any such,
the recnaining nineibers to be elected by the members of said Asso-
ciation. Said Agr'iey is authorized to make such rules and regu-
lations as are necessary to administer the Code in this Subdivision.

LODGEPOLE PINE SUBDIVISION
SubdCiision-(Art. II-c).-The Lodgiepole Pine Subdiviion con-
sists of pr'odudllcis, manufacturers, importers, exporter-,, and dis-
tributors of products of Lodgepulr, Pine, as hereinafter eniiller.at'.d.
Product--(Art. II-a).-Poles. piling, posts, anchor logs and
stubs, open tank treated and untreated.
Adminit;,ri, ; ,. Agency-Art. III).-The Administrative Agency
of this Subdivision is de.-ignated as the agent of the Authority and
of the Coordinating Committee for the admlini.-tration of the Code
in this Subdivision. Said Administrative Agency shall cousiit. of
four (4) members, one (1) of whom shall be elected by persons
subject to the juri.lictiion of this Subdivision that are not members
of the Lodgepole Pine Pole A-ociation. if there be any such, the
remaining members to be elected by the mliembers- of said Associa-
tion. Said Agency is authorized to make such rules and regulations
as are nec.-.-ary to administer the Code in this Subdivision.

DOUGLAS FIR SUIIv\'-ISION
Su1bd7)7Vi'.io,-(Art. II-c).-The Douglas Fir Subdivision consists
of producers, manufacturers, importers, exporters, and distributors
of products of Douglas Fir, Sitka Spruce and lWe-tern Hemlock,
as hereinafter enumerated.
Pr.':.iuf,.-(Art. II-a).--Pi ,I-. piling, po.t., anchor logs and
stubl:, open tank treated and untreated.
AdmB;in ;,,f nit ;, Agency-(Art. III).-The Administrative Agency
of this Subdivision -hall consist of four (4) members, elected by the
vote of prIsons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and is
de.-signted as the agtnt. of the Authority, and is authorized to make
Isuch rules and regulate ions as are necessary to administer the Code in
this Subdivision. The West Coast Logging and Lumber Division
Agency is designated by the Authority to conduct the elect ion in this
Subd ii-ion.
SOUTHERN PIN!: SU!DIVISIUN
Si,,lii'rision-(Art. II-c).-The Si then Pine Subdivision con-
sists of producers, maInufacturi.rs, importers, exporters, and dis-









tributors of products of Southern Yellow Pine, as hereinafter
enumerated.
Products.-(Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, posts, anchor logs and
stubs open tank treated and untreated.
Adminhistrati'n Agencly-(Art. III).--The Ad ministrative Agency
of this Subdivision shall consist of six (6) members, elected by the
vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and
is designated as the agent of the Authority, and is authorized to
make such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer the
Code in this Subdivision. The Southern Pine Division Agency is
designated by the Authority to conduct the election in this Sub-
d(%ivi.-i10on.
CYPRESS SUBDIVISION
S'ubJivhion--(Art. II-c).-- he Cypress Subdivision consists of
producers, manu facturers, importers, exporters, and distributors of
products of Tidew'ater Red Cypress, as hereinafter enumerated.
Proilductf-(Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, post.-, anchor logs and
stubs, open tank treated and untreated.
Admin istrative Age cy-(Art. III).-The Administrative Agency
of this Subdivision shall consist. of four (4) members, elected by the
vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and
is designated as the agent of the Authority and is authorized to make
such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer the Code
in this Subdivision. The C'pre.-s Division Agency is designated by
the Authority to conduct the election in this Subdivision.

NORTHEASTERN SUBDIVISION

Subd''is'ion-(Art. II-c).-The Northeastern Subdivision consists
of pro(lucers, manufacturers, importers, exporters, and distributors
of products of Softwoods and Hardwoods produced in the New
England states, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as here-
inafter enumerated.
Products-(Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, pots, anchor logs and stubs,
open tank treated and untreated.
Adlr.inhltrative Agency-(Art. III).-The Administrative Agency
of this Subdivision shall consist of four (4) members, elected by the
vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and
is designated as the agent of the Authority, and is authorized to
make such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer the
Code in this Subdivision. The Northeastern Softwood Division
Agency is designated by the Authority to conduct the election in
this Subdivision.
REDWOOD SUBDIVISION
Subdivision-(Art. II-c).-The Redwood Subdivision consists of
producers, manufacturers, importers, exporters, and distributors of
products of Redwood, as hereinafter enumerated.
Products.-Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, posts, anchor logs and stubs,
open tank treated and untreated.
Administrative Agency-(Art. III).-The Administrative Agency
of this Subdivision shall consist of four (4) members, elected by the
vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and is









designated as the ;.gc-it of the Authority, and is authorized to make
such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer the Code in
this Subdivision. Thl. Redwood Division Agency is designated by
the Authority to conduct t the election in this Subdivision.

HARDWOOD SUBDIVISION

Subdivision--(Art. II-c).-The Halrd Iod SuLbdivision consists of
producers, manufacturers, importers, exporters, and distriliutor-s of
products of Oak. Gum. Red Cedar, White Cedar (Juniper). White
and Yellow Cypress, Chestnut and other Hardwood., produced in tlie
Appalachian and Southern territory, as hereinafter enumerated.
Pr, odut.-(Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, lpst.-, anchor logs and stubs,
open tank treated and untreated.
Administrative Ay' w/y- (Art. III).-The Administrative Agency
of this Siul)li\i ion s1hll c('ir -ist of four (4) iiemleri!c, elected by the
vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and is
designated as the agent of the Authority, and is authorized to make
such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer the Code in
this Subdivision. The Appalachian and Southern Hardwood Subdi-
vision Agen-cy is designated by the Authority to conduct the election
in this Subdivision.

NORTH CENTRAL SUBDIVISION

Sil'd;l';.h-lJ,-(Art. II-c).-The North Central Subdivision con-
sists of producers, manufacturers, importers, exporters, lanld distribiu-
tors of Hardwood products produced in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and
Iowa, as hereinafter enumerated.
Products-(Art. II-c).-Poles, piling, posts. anchor logs and stubs,
open tank treated and untreated.
Adm t ;I fatf;, 'e Agency-(Art. III).-The Administrat i e Agency
of this Subdivision shall consist of four (4) members, elected by the
vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision, and is
designated as the agent of the Authority, and is authorized to make
such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer the Code in
this Subdivision. The North Central Ha redwood Subdivision Agency
is designated by the Authority to conduct the election in this
Subdivision.
NORTHERN SUBDIVISION

Subdivision-(Art. II-c).-The Northern Subdivision consists of
producers. manufacturers, importers, exporters, and distributors of
products of all species of timber under the jurisdiction of the North-
ern Hardwood Subdivision and the Northern Hemlock Division. as
hereinafter enumerated, excepting, however, Northern White Cedar.
Products--(Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, posts, anchor logs and
stubs, open tank treated and untreated.
Administrative Agency-(Art. III).-The Admin ist native Agency
of this Subdivision shall consist of four (4) members, elected by
the vote of perI-ons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivision,
and is designated as the agent of the Authority, and is authorized
to make such rules and regulations as are necessary to administer










the Code in this Subdivision. The Northern Hemlock Division
Agency is designated by the Authority to conduct the election in
this Subdivision.
WESTERN PINE SU HI'VISION

Su.bdiv;.l'on-- (Art. II-c). Thlt We.-tu'rn Pine Subdivision con-
sists of producers, manufacturers, importers, exporters, and distrib-
utors of all species of timber in the Western Pine Division, as here-
inafter enlumerated, excepting. however, Western Red Cedar and
Northern White Cedlar and Lodgepole Pine.
Products-(Art. II-a).-Poles, piling, posts, anchor logs and
stubs, open tank treated and untreated.
Admi',isftrafi', Af/ecy' (Art. III).-The Administrative A gen'y
of this Subdivision shall consist of four (4) members, elected by
the vote of persons subject to the jurisdiction of this Subdivi.iun,
and is designated as the agent of the Authority, and is authorized
to make such rules and regulation!- as are necessary to admlinister
the Code in this Subdivision. The Western Pine Division Agency
is designated by the Authority to condu-t the elfetion in this
Subdivision.
Jurid;t1io,.-On and after the effective date hereof, j jurisdiction
over persons and products enumerated respectively under Article
II (c) and Article II (a) of this Division shall be transferred to
this Division. Wherever any product e-nu'nm1rated under Article
II (a) of this Division appears under Article II (a) of any other
division and/or subdivision of this Code. it shall be stricken out.
No product enumerated under Article II (a) of this Division shall
be included under Article II (a) of any other division and/or
subdivision of this Code by inference or otherwise.
Minimi m inWaqe.s.-In Article VII, suibse:t ion (d) at the end of
the paragraph headed "Railroad Cross Tie", insert the following
new section:
"Pole and Piling The minimum wage in this Division
shall be not less than that hereinabove specified for employees in
other divisions and subdivisions of this Code in the same region
and 'or locality performing work similar to that performed by em-
ployees in this Division. Said minimum wages are as follows:
Cents
Washington. Oregon. California (except certain counties included in the
Redwood District), Idaho. Montana, Nevada. Utah, Wyoming, South
Dakota and Colorado north of 38 degrees mirth latitude------------ 421,
Redwood District (the counties of Del Norte, Humboldt. Mendocino, So-
nomn, Marin. San Mateo, Santa Cruz, M'nterey, Contra Costa) in the
State of Californi --------------------------------------------- 35
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Town ------- -------------------------------- 32'.
Appalachian territory ---------------------------------- ------ 2S
North Dakota. Minuesota. Wisconsin, Michi;zan, Maine. Vermont, New
Hampshire. Massarhlusetts. Connecticut, Rhodel Island, New York,
Pennsylvania, New erey------------------------------------- 27
Colorado southl of "S degrees north latitulne), Alizona. New Mexico,
Texas, Louisiana. Mississippi, Alabama. Ark:;iasas. Missnuri, Oklah(ma,
Florida. Tennessee, Georgin, Kentucky, South Carolina, North Carolina,
Virginia, West Virginia. Maryland, Delawanre, District of Columbia,
(excepting the Appalachian territory)--------- ------------- 24"







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iched(lule B.-In Article XVI add the following:
Subsection (e). The provisions of Schedule B shall be inopera-
ti\ with respect to the Pole and Piling Division until such time as
the Coordinating Committee of that Division shall submit and se-
cure the approval of appropriate rules of fair trade practice for that
Division."
Approved Code No. 9.-Amendement Nt. 12.
RI'i-try No. 313-1-06.
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