Amendment to code of fair competition for the oil burner industry as approved on October 3, 1933 by President Roosevelt

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the oil burner industry as approved on October 3, 1933 by President Roosevelt
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"Registry No. 1125-01."
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"Approved Code No. 25--Amendment No. 1."

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Approved Code No. 25-Amendment No. I Registry No. 1125-01


NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION




AMENDMENT TO

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE


OIL BURNER INDUSTRY


AS APPROVED ON OCTOBER 3, 1933
BY

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT


WE DO OUR PART


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UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


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Approved Code No. 25-Amendment No. 1


Registry No. 1125-01























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Approved Code No. 25-Amendment No. 1


CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

OIL BURNER INDUSTRY

As Approved on October 3, 1933
BY
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT


ORDER

AMENDING CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR OIL BURNER INDUSTRY
A Code of Fair Competition for the Oil Burner Industry has
been heretofore duly approved by Executive Order of the Presi-
dent, dated September 18, 1933. There had been contained in said
Code as submitted, and in said Code as revised for public hearing,
the following provision:
"(b) For the protection of the public interest, no distillate burner
of sleeve type shall be sold or offered for sale that does not meet the
following specifications:
"The burner top rings, top caps and sleeves shall have a thick-
ness of not less than .026" and chromium content of not less than
16-18 per cent, or alloys of equivalent heat resistance.
"The burner sleeves shall have a height of 43/4" or more.
"Other construction and material specifications must comply with
the Underwriters' Laboratories' requirements' as specified in their
Code of April 1932 and amendments to June 1, 1933.
"Distillate conversion burners (class 4 (a)) must include all of
the following component parts:
Oil container and stand; hand control metering valve or valves;
minimum of six feet of copper tubing with single burners, and seven
feet with multiple burners; suitable fittings; bases and supports;
approved wicking; sleeves, top rings, caps and the necessary bolts
and screws for proper installation.
Quality of material, worlkmanship and packing must comply
with the Underwriters' Laboratories' requirements as specified in
their Code of April 1932 and amendments to June 1, 1933."
At the public hearing on said Code duly held on August 21,
1933, no objection to said provision had been raised. However, in
preparation of the final revision of said Code for submission to the
President, said provision was inadvertently omitted. In conse-
quence, the said Code as approved, did not contain said provision.
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By letter of application dated September 29, 1933, the Code
Authority for the Oil Burner Industry, as duly constituted under
Article VII of said Code as approved, has requested that said Code
as approved be amended by adding thereto, as a new Section 12 of
Article VI thereof, the following provision, hereinafter designated
Provision A. which is substantially identical with the provision inad-
vertently omitted as aforesaid:
The sale or offering for sale of any distillate burner of sleeve
type that does not meet the following specifications is unfair com-
petition; provided, however, that where a manufacturer of such
equipment. desires to manufacture a burner of this type, with other
materials titan those specified, or desires to use a different. combina-
tion of parts than those specified, such manufacturer shall first apply
to the Code Authority for permission to do so and he shall at the
same time submit proof that the substitutions requested will offer
to the consumer protection and service equivalent to that offered
by a burner constructed as herein provided. The Code Authority
will pas.-, upon this petition. If denied, the applicant may apply
to the Administrator for permission and the decision of the Admin-
istrator shall be final.
"(a) The burner top ring top caps and sleeves shall have a thick-
ness of not less than .026" and chromium content of not less than
16-18 per cent, or alloys of equivalent heat resistance.
"(b) The burner sleeves shall have a height of 43/4" or more.
'"(c) Other construction and material specifications must comply
with tihe Underwriters' Laboratories' requirements as specified in
their Code of April 1932 and amendments to June 1, 1933.
"(d) Distillate conversion burners (class 4(a)) must include all
of the following component parts:
"Oil container and stand, hand control metering valve or valves;
minimum of six feet of copper tubing with single burners, and seven
feet with multiple burners; suitable fittings; bases and supports,
approved wir-king, sleeves; top rings; caps and the necessary bolts
and screws for proper installation.
"(e) Quality of material, workmanship and packing must comply
with the Underwriters' Laboratories' requirements as specified in
their Code of April 1932 and amendments to June 1, 1933."
Pur.-,iiaiit to the authority vested in me by Title I of the National
Industrial Recovery Act., approved June 16, 1933, upon due con-
sideration of the facts hereinabove set forth, and upon the report
and recommendation of the Administrator,
I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States, do
hereby order that the application of the Code Authority of the Oil
Burner Industry hereinabove considered, be approved, and that,
effective ten day. from the date hereof, unless just cause to the con-
trarv should lie shown by any interested person before Deputy Ad-
ministrator R. B. Paddock, New Commerce Building, Washington,
D.C., at or before 12 o'clock. noon, October 13, 1933, the Code of
Fair Competition for the Oil Burner Industry as approved Septem-
ber 18, 1933 be and it hereby is amended by adding thereto, as a new
Section 12 of Article VI thereof, the provision hereinabove set forth
and designated Provision A.








Provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall prohibit
the sale, within a. period of thirty days from the effective date
hereof, of existing stocks of distillate burners of sleeve type which
do not meet the specifications set forth in Provision A.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT.
Approval recommended:
HUGH S. JOHNSON.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
October 3, 1933.




















LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


The PRESIDENT,
The White House.
MY DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: I am transmitting to you herewith an
Executive Order Amending the Code of Fair Competition for the
Oil Burner Industry.
The provisions were contained in the Code at the time of the
Public Hearing thereon and no objection was filed. It was intended
that they should be included in the final Code, as approved by you
on September 18, 1933, but through an inadvertence were omitted.
It is my recommendation that this Executive Order be immediately
approved.
Respectfully submitted.
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Adm inistrator.
OCTOBER 3, 1933.
Approved Code No. 25-Amendment No. L
Registry No. 1125-01.
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