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Registry No. 313--1--06
NATIONAL RE COVER AD1MIN ISTRATION
CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
LUMBER AND TIMBER
AS APPROVED ON OCTOBER 9, 1933
WE W OU.LIR
1. Executive Order
2. Letter of Transmittal
3. Amendments to Code
This publication is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C., and by district offices of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
DISTRICT OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMEECE
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An application having been made by the Lumber Code Authority
pursuant to and in full compliance with the provisions of title I of
the National Industrial Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, for
modification and amendment of the Code of Fair Competit~ion for
the Lumber and Timber Products Industries, as heretofore approved
by me, and for the modification of my approval of said code of fair
comettio acorinly and the Administration having recom-
cmendedthen granting of such application, such proposed modifica-
tions and amendments to be in accordance with proposed amendment
no. 1 and amendment no. 2 attached, establishing the "L Veneer and
Plywood Division ":
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of t~he
United States, pursuant to the authority vested inl me by title I of
the National Industrial Recovery Act, approved June 16, 1933, and
otherwise, do approve the granting of the aforesaid application, such
modification and amendment to take effect I week from the date
hereof, unless good cause to the contrary is shown to t~he Administ~ra-
tor before that time, and do order that the final approval of the
Code of Fair Comnpetition for the lumber and timber products in-
dustries contained in my Executive order dated August 19, 1933, is
hereby modified to the foregoingf effect.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT.
THE WHITE HousE,
October 9, 1933.
Approval recommended :
Honc S. JoHNSON,
OCTOBER 3, 1933.
To the PRESIDENT:
Under the Code of Fair Comrpetition for the Lumber and Timber
Products Industries, as approved by you on August 19, 1933, the
Lumber Code Authorit.y has submitted Ithe two attached amendments
creating additional Subdivisions of the Industry, namely, the "L Ply-
wood Subdivision and the Commercial Veneer Subdivision ", also
redesignating the present "' Veneer Division "? as the Face Veneer
Subdivision ", so that these three Subdivisions will constitute the
new Veneer and Ply wood Division."
After full consideration and conference and agreement with the
representatives of the Industry it is recommended that pursuant to
the authority vested in you by Title I of the National Industria~l Re-
c~overy Act, approved on June 16, 1933, you order that Article VII
(d) "' Veneer Division of t~he Code be amended to read as Amendl
mnent No. 1 attached, and that Schedule "LA", Section 34 "L The Veneer
Division of the Code be amended to read as Amen~dmen~t No. d
HUscn S. JoHNwoN,
Approval recommended by:
AMVENDIMENTS TO THE CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR
LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
AMTENDM\ENT NO. 1
In Article VII (d) strike out the paragraph headinga Yeneer
Division and the wage schedule applying to it: and insert in lieu
thereof the following:
1TENEER AND PLYWOOD DI\TSION
Plywoodl Subdivision :
Sousth: (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,
M~ississippi, North Carolina, Sout~h Carolina, Oklahoma,
Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Pulaski County Illinois, Ken-
t~uck~y except Jefferson Countv)--23$ per hour or $9.20
per week of 40 hours.
North: (All other territory except the States of Arizona,
New M~exico, California., Oregon, WSashingt~on, Idaho,
M~ontana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, North Da-
hota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Mfetropolitan District
of New York and Chicago)-350& per hour or $12.00 per
week of 40 hours.
~etro~politan Dis~tricts of NYeto York a~nd Chicago:~ (Estab-
lishments located within ten miles of the limits of the
cities of Chicago and New York)-~2~1/2C per hour or
$17.00 per weeki of 40 hours.
Commercial Y'eneer Subdivision:
South: (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,
Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma,
Tennessee, TIexas, Virginia, Pulaski Count~y Illinois, K~en-
tucky except Jefferson County)-234& per hour or $9.20
per week of 40 hours.
No~rth: (All other territory except the States of Arizona,
New Mlexico, California, Oregon, Wlashington, Idaho,
M~ontana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, North
Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraskra, and Metropoli-
tan Dis'tricts of New York and Chicagao)--300 per hour
or $12.00 per week of 40 hours.
Metropolitanm Distriots of New~ Yor~k a/nd Chicago (Estab-
lishments located within ten miles of the limits of the
cities of Chicago and New\ Yok--2,Mpr hor o
$17.00 per week of 40 hours.
Face Veneer Subdivision ':
Zone 1: New York Cit~y and Chicagro--42.5 cents per hour.
Zone 2: Nort~hern C~ities--35 cents per hour.
Zone 3: Northern Rural--35 cents per hour.
Zone 4: Southern Ciities-30 cents per hour.
Zone 5: Southern Rural--25 cents per hour.
AMZENDMENT NO. 2
In Schedule "A"! strike out Section 34 The Veneer Division and
insert in lieu thereof the following:
3-1. V'ENEER AND PLYWOOD DIVISION
Division. (Art. II (c))-The Veneer and Plywood Division con-
sists of producers, manufacturers, importers and distributors of com-
mercial and face veneers andi furniture, cabinet and interior finish
plywood throughout. the United States.
Products (Art~ II (a2)).--All such veneers a~nd plywood re-
gardless of species andi origin except Douglas Fir, W~estern
Cedars, Spruce, Western Pine, Hemlock, Redwfoodl, and such
veneers or plywolod as are mlanufactured and sold exclusively for
boxes, crates, anid others containers.
AdmrinristrIative AgenccieP (~Art. III).--A committee to be
selected by the three subdivisiions hereinafter namerd, to be known
as the Coordinat~ing Commnit~tee of the Veneer and Plywood
Division ", is designatedd as the agent of the Authorityv for the
administration of the Code in this Division. The said Comi-
mitt~ee is authorized to make rules and regulations necessary to
administer the Code inl this Division, and shall designate and
authorize such agencies as may be required for this purpose.
Subdivisiowss (Art. II (c)).-A. For the more effective admuin-
istration and enforcement of the Code in this Division, sub-
divrisions shall be established as may be necessary to meet the
requirements of the various groups and classifications of pro-
ducers, manufacturers, import.ers, and distributors included
B. The following subdivisions are hereby established and the
following Aldministratie. Agency of each subdivision is hereby
(a) Plywfood Subdivision.
(b) Commercial Veneer Subdivision.
(C) Face Veneer Subdivision.
1 Face V'eneer Subdivision Zones are as follows:
New York : Any establishment located within ten miles of the limited of the City
of New York.
Chicago: Any establishment located within ten miles of the limits of the City of
Cities: Communities over 75b,000 population, including establishments within ten
miles of the cityv limits.
Rural: Communities of less than 7i5,000 population.
south: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mislsissippi, North Caro-
lina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia.
North: Balance of the United States.
C. Additional subdivisions of this Div~ision mayl be established
by saidr Coonrdinat~ing Committee with the approval of the
D. The said Coordinating C'ommnittee shall. with the approval
of the Authority, designate the adlministrative agency under the
code in each of such additional subdivisions as may hereafter
be, established; and shall authorize the dlesignatedl agaency1 in each
such subdivision to make such rules and regula-tions, and to
designate such further agencies as may be required for t~he
administration of the code therein.
E. Each subdivision shall be independent and self-governing
in respect of all matters and problems relating to said subdivi-
sion exclusively under the general direction of the said Coolrdi-
nating Committee. Proposals in respect of matters effecting
more than one subdivision may be negotiated by any such sub-
division and shall be submitted for consideration to the said
34-A. PLYWOOD SLTBDI1TSION
Subdivision. (Art. II c).--The plywoodl Subdivision consists
of producers, manufacturers, importers, and distributors of com-
mercial plywood throu~hout the Unit~ed States.
Prodlucts (Art. II a).--All plywood, regardless of species or
origin except Douglas Fir, Wlestern Ciedars, Spruce, Westernn
Pine, Hemlock, Redwood, and such plywood as is manufactured
and sold exclusively for boxes, crates, and other containers.
Adminziszztra~tivel Agenzcy (Art. III).--The Plywvood and Ve-
neer Association, 176 W~est Adamns Street,- Chicnago. Illnois, is
designated as the nagencyr of the Authority for the administration
of the code in this subdivision. Said association, through its
National Executive Committee, is authorized to make ruless and
regulations necessary to administer the code of this division, and
shall designate and authorize such agencies as may be required
for this purpose.
341-B. COMMERCIAL V'ENEER SUBDIVISION
Suibdivision (Art. II (c)).--The Commercial Veneer Subdivi-
sion consists of .producers, manufacturers, and distributors of
rotary cut commercial veneers throughout the United States.
Prodcctis (Art. II(a)).---All rotary cut commercial veneers,
regardless of species and origin, except Douglas Fir, W7estern
Cedars, Spruce, W~estern Pines, Hemlock, W~alnut, Mahogany,
other face woods of value and such veneers as are manufactured
exclusively for crates and other containers.
rdmn~isatrtiv~e Ag~ency (A~rt. III).--The Administrative
Agency of this subdivision shall be a governing committee of six
men, two from the Plywood Subdivision, two from the Comlmer-
cial Veneer Subdivision, and two from the Face Veneer Subdi-
vision. The Goverming Committee shall, with the approval of
the Authority, designate the Administrative Agency or Agencies
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under the Code in this Subdivision and shall authorize t~he ~5es1''
ignated agency or agencies to make such rules and regulations as
mlay be requiredl for the administration of the code for this ~
34I-C. FACE VENEER SUBDIVISION
~Subdivis-ion (Art. II (c)).--The Face Veneer Subdivision
consists of producers, manufacturers, importers, and distributors.
of face veneers throughout the United States.
Products (Art.. II (a)).--All face veneers of value, regardless
of species and origin, except Douglas Fir, Western Cedams,
Spruce, WVestern and Southern Pines, Hemlock, and such Harthxd-
wood Veneers as are manufactured exclusively for crates an(i:.;:
other containers. .
Adm~inistrastive Agency (Art. III).--The Veneer Association, ~~
616 South Michigaan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, is designated as
the agency of the Authority for the administration of the~icode
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Said Association, through its Board of Directors, is authere~
ized to make rules and regulations necessary to administer the..'
code in this subdivision, and shall designate and authorize such':ll
agencies as may be required for this purpose.