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SVol. II, No. 8 Issued Weekly by the National Recovery Administration, Washingt \ uary 23,i93
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NRA Outlines -D Pi ceworkate Congress MLP sident

Procedure in Blue y N A p l t
ial P GCents Hand Gigarmakers Message on N ALe'gis la
SEa le Cases Ior UThe National Industrial Recovery Tae f At, and u
i e io a ha ann ou nced extension until Recommends Two-Year, Extension of. ct-, and S
~~~~~~~~~March 15 of the order permit-ting '..-.' .. .
eg nalbunch makers and rollers employed in Further Definition to Clarify Legisd i ve Purpose
T ' <* hand m ito be paid minimum piece rates and Guide Execution o ILaw '
-Reports to Compliance Division instead of the minimum hourly rate ui xeul o
established in the Code for the cigar i.,lM
-Indicate Marked Increase in manufacturing industry. h hFull text of the President's message to Con-iess requiesting,-an extehi6
cheeri8,nand exteded w yanaapryved 2Dee
.. Cases Handled The original order was approvedof 2 years from June 16, 1935, of the National Industrial Recovery ct fQIo1
::.... ._., .. .,. :c~mper 3,-and Wended. ow. anuaryn evr-y f
-----,-.*" .-' iiunil February 15. O .- n I -1933,;I asked the -Cobgressl :t"..'ir de'I e'.ac, aind
SNRA Regional Compliance Directors have Th6 Code minimum wage rate for necessary for a great cooperative movement hrougighoit-,'llidudistryinm or
authorized by the National Recovery Ad- the' operations is 27 cents an hour. to obtain. wide edminployment, to shorten th ,wori .wee.i pa
been b a utho riz ed b y th e N a tion al R eco ery 'A d- 9 -, q .gTw ee jii,'; a ': :
,inistratioti to remove and restore Blue The minimum piece rates are $1.20' per wwek, an. ".-.
thousands^; ^ T g .rs-^fa bunch makers0* and* de to. pr.' t air. a s^
'Eagles within their respective areas. They thousand cigars-o bunch makers andt o
authorized to withdraw and $8 per thousand for. rollers. Tor .uc
-haved ct on als bee 15. '":., -
/restore the right to obtain NRA label and to : The Nainal' Industrial .. Recovery Act aspasedbih e hi-.h.i.
.. 1933,_anid. the a.dmimstra ite Imachinery. to 'carry it-,i ihto 'efc "ia "-se
tuseite NRA'labels on hand. 'Instructions as 1933_a the administrative machinery- to carryit into effect was set
.-to 0the procedure to be followed have already F our Sil T e ti during the succeeding month. ... :
:-been sent to the Regional Compliance offces, E ui i l P It is worth rememberingnj that the purpose ilties'and assurances ofcolUbbctive ba1 g
.whieh are .set up in the cities of Boston, At- o I L of this. law. challenged the. 'Imagihatioi- of. between employers$ and employees.".,U
lats 1eveld -Chicago Omaha, Dallas, A the American people and received their over- it the pattern of' a new order of lid
San Francisco, 'd Washington', D. dna nts whelmlng support. Enforcement during the relations is defitely 'talking shape. 'iM
-., Pre-iminary reports. submitted to .the Corn- Ce A e d A earlier life of the act was .not a -problein Industry as a Awhole has, also made ai.
place Division coverig the penod imme- I which gave the country oncern-for the very It has been freed,' in'partat 'least ro'
Sdiately after the establishment of the new re- r r rood reason that ubi opinion served a'an. honorable competition brought abbuot no o
ro good reason that public opinion served as an,. by., 6vrong .. .. . adsAsd .-
gloMal offices indicate a marked increase in V.CU enforcing agency %whicb' potential violators .by overworMng,,and.underpaying.lab b.obt-
Svleo cases handled against the num- id oppose. The immediate ob- ,destrctivebusinespractces...Web4e.d
'blbek form serly badied, nWash agant, hen. m .. ':al of 6"p. nw-sfeu. o 6d -"",
ber formerly handled in Washington. The National' Industrial Pecovery Board jective was to check the downward spiral of, to deveaop.newr.sfeguards..for tnaif en
Refore'the establishment of these NRA Re-
.giore Compliane offbics allquest i of rev- has approved four amendments to the silk the gtdatdepressloioandelt met this obiecti prices; and 'mog important.of a.llwi 1s
:'1 n l Co m plia n ce offi ces all q u estions o f revc j ... ... r isel 'a nd:rec ogn ipem r t'cia ri t-" t.
ocation or. restoration of the Blue Eagle textile Code'defining accredited factors or and started us, on our forward ..pathl. :t Is.- 'tself,:recogni 'nlor& dearly h k
.'..signia were decided' upon at Waghington selling agents, prohibiting commercial brib- now dleat that in the' spring anud summer of prevlIus'tiine;itour history the-ad'an e
1933 many'estimates of unemployment in the and the- obligaftbns .of cooperation 'and de
C cases where the r Stat Coimpliance ery, providing .for, open-price flii'g Inthe United States were far too low, and we are discipline, and ,th6 patriotic :need. of.-e
.Directors had the 'right to withdrlw' Blue sewing thread division and fixing terms of therefore, apt to forget today that the-Na- unsound' flnancing.- andi. unfair pract.s
agles from violators ofsome service trade sale- for wovenp labels. tiona Indnstrial.R'covryActwas the g- all kinds.' ';. ... ; ...
.'Codes and the Restaurant Code. The estab- Article' XI :of the Code, as, it- deals with 'geqt factor in giving .reemployment to approx- .; Hand.'ii haidtwlth the improving .p3,
-i'shament of Regional Complianceoices and ribbons, its, amended. to define accredited fac- imately 4,000,000 people. .conditions -an,.of industrial practL."'^
'0e delegation to t ashingof authors a definitert to or .authorized selling agents as concerns In:our progress under the act, the age-lbong., .have given repriebtation and cowsighbg
7.,exercised -solely byWahi -ia is-'fnie t~~
sp forward in NRA's policy. of decenttRai.z- individuals who sell merchandise"shipped curse 'of".c)lld labdr has:'been lifted, the to- the problema'-of the ..oSuming-b.
.*^*I~epi~rw iiim B p u~jr 01 e<.e u~aLL&-;,, . *' we aptshor outi nw pd. fl mi1nas of wage-Pearners. And It is ressonable .toatate itthat I t' cei
fing an speeding up its enforcement ac- to thAM by consignment or memorandum by 'weatshop outlawed.;',mllbesrof wage eaers And It s reasnbl'eieptioistia"thates oit' i
'i e -"' maiufct s ,for sale in the name of en ha bdfrom't'star on wagessh tai"-nevtablee ptios iithe-cas o
i i'vties ... manandcturers iceselv Under it ma vidual products -there has beei' less g
t",.The.general proedure followed by .the- msev-.manuxfa'tires,.. factors, or: selling, agents great advince:has been made in te oppbrtu- in retail: salesand1prices than in.say.- y
em.l Regional-offices in. handling eompluance pursuant to a written agency agreement. -. ar periodd ort increasing demand. and- '
lases is.imilar to tatheretofore utilized :by Such %Written agreement is to specify that markets.. .. : .:- . .'. ;.3.
teqCompliance Division in .Washingtn. he the nt shall se at prices not less than The first codes w.eit.-Into effect In-"-
l Delon i Drctor h"sa Regional Gowpllknifce hs eemndb h au A i t f~ ff P 1933., Since,'then -awproximiabebvfl0Q-
'..... -." those..dete the.manufacturer; that.:..' ,," .2i4. .. pig,. p. ily :.
,suie te -fu-ctipSfrrn ealy e .ba --.- ... of fair e compe.ition' 0lban .. '..
!Natlonal ComplUace COuncil. -The.Eegla.. oji ro ;f.. s al-ee's coiii o thero b f I.''._'4IXA:',- proved-90 pe.r-ent,-of Thn .'r-v-klel- n -
L~ompliance -Coucil' after hearing all the per- dedncaf6s shall be remitted to *thqemann- 'I2. tidtlAAUU -l *-
-natr t tt eeuw wother nd teir I'd ihgn
Ineat testimony on a case of- noncompliance f actiiurer.' The agency agreement aldso nust tn yg rU o a re .- $Jmpront&-a b rl'Im
-ay recommend to' the Regional Director prorim e reconsigncent : eiceptr to another Au ftuers e Je ffnr .. achievements -already,." made.s -dhnly'-t
-that the respondent's Blue Eagle b removed. haegistered o seAina'dagent-with consent of man- o r ou thtaltog wg critics and those'wbo seek either pollitlih t
!hiB Insignia n ad o snot be withdrawn by the ufacturebr; and-stipulate, that a gents or tac- e a o Talaege or.'the-right agnf t&' o f&utlgi'le.'
eional Directodr until at ft i the iespindenf- tors cannot sell to themselves. -tl ftai rt n s ar e rien pPracticesa-or-.exploitaftoi- ofvlaborporn t -e
bs had an opportunity to appear before the The same article, as It deals with sewing trNI Feeinds essential. Element s sumers-odesallheratepl seei to-quatise .A-ve
Inoul e. Principal points' outlined In the in- threads and flosses, is amended to provide -a For Remedy by Crntro obvious fact that a great -code of" IamTo
cions sent to the Regiional Directors are: that each member of the industry shall jAle y qder,.. and of decnt business carof te! r
lal() At a bearing before the Regional CA- identified lists of all price terms with i e bb- o Not Present 'm a ateswn a day oa year. : ,- :
Nuance Councie l both the complainant and the fidentiat Code Authority agent. These are banWe must rightly move to correct .so'i.
respiondent may be present or represented, to be fist filed 15 dayt from' Februart y 11; t '' 'Rc things done or-left dnddne. We"mustwol
-Tfhe hearing is informal, but each side Is aire to be available immediately, to all mem- The National Industrial Bord ou the' coordination of every code with evr
given ample opportunity to present all per- bers of the industry, and shall not be revised ha canceled an order establishing minimum other coda We nust slmpliky procedure
tinent facts relative to the case. W upward within 48 hours of their filing. Wown a pero ofde e o e mutst continue to obtain current infoerd

.. upward wihi 48smsoft erfii ga per ir s. l b her wos onaptprow rknvotofcdepdcs
(2) Adequate notice is to be given the re- Each employer in the thread and floss pricess sto ., g t as to e out of code process
Bspndet of the nature of 'his alleged viola- division Is to report his total dollar sales the waste pap to nise product We must coustantly improve a persem@
ton whether charged by State Director or made to each customer for the p edng cal- manufacturers, 'effective. January. 7. which, of neceslty,.was hastily assembled"-
boae Authority, the time and place of the endar half-year on August 1 and February 1. The board found that although wages in 'which has given loyal and unselfish servirf..
hpringand' of his privilege to attend or be On September 1 and March 1 of each year, the trade were at a low level, the essential to the Government of the country. We mustg|
-represented. An alleged violator is also In- the 'confl4ential agent shall establish the elements necessary for remedy by price con- check and clarify such provisions in the vari-
f'rmted of the possible punitive' action that ratings of all buyers on the basis of their trol were not present. In order to effect ous codes as are puzzling to those oprtin
'ay be taken should he be found to be in purchases or each calendar half-year, such price stabilization in an emergency there under them. Wemust makemore and mot
violation. ratings to be on the present basis of rating must be cohesion in the industry, and ad- definite the respo nijbiltles of all of the par-,
o(3) Names of employees and other com- trade buyers In 5 classes and jobbers in 3. miRstrative facilities and organization caps- ties concerned.
"plalnants in compliance cases are not to be The woven label provision of article XI is ble of maintaining compliance, as.well -as (Continued on page 5, column I)'
losed without their consent, amended to read "each employer shall bill recognized standards and a relative balance
t(4) The Regional Compliance Council, woven labels on date of shipment upon the between supply' and demand. '- --
fter hearing the testimony in a case, will, if terms of 2/10 E. 0. ." The original price order was put Into effect \ o .
ey have found a violation, recommend to An additional section is incorporated In' following a period of destructive price cut- t t i t y -
SRegional Director the removal of the Blue articleVIII to provide standard commercial ting which affected wage levels and the con- e s al uran dVod .'& .
agleli.~l to provlon ofndr smalia It wasapprov
gle Insignia. Such recommendation, how- bribery regulations. dit2o o 1 smaup f srmsi It was appati o hed
,eer, is not binding upon the Regional Direc- _______ ______Augut 21, 1934, upon solicitation of the A
tor. If the Council finds that no violation has trade's Code Authority. On October 13, an A u t h o0 F ty
occurred such finding Is final. r- T r 'R1r ir extension was granted upon request of the ^ is s s j U..-
'P (5) The recommendation of the Regional E min ly- i N ewell Blair Code Authority. '
'"mpaiance Cfobuicil'and the appropriate Code Before ordering cancelation an' informal
ofrig a aee eel ona ofebe8 Conumr' Re ranz d
'Authority are obtained If a request for the ( airman ofearin had been held on DecemberC'8, anda
*storation of a Blue Eagle is received. -It Is 't-h"e" the Research and Planning Division had con-
(Continued on page 5, column 4) Boar ducted an investigation. This 'disclosed that The, reorganized. National Code Authority':,
________A d-visory Bo d the order had caused serious dislocations in for the restaurant industry as approved by "s
the industry 'by affecting some members ad- the NaHtnnal Reovewry Admilnicstration., !A. s"

upholstery and Drapery
Code Amendments
7 Approved
:The National Industrial Recovery Board
ta announced approval of amendments to
te Upholstery and Drapery TAxtiles Code
.bhich were submitted by the Industry and
,1 which a public hearing was held Novem-
.. 14, 1934.
.iThe following are among the other changes
:the Code's provisions:
No engineer, electrician, cleaner, fireman,
r employee working on a repair shop, ship-
nig, or outside crew shall be permitted to
tirk more than 40 hours a week, with a
Os.rance of 10 pqpcent. An exception Is
Bade. for emergendf and a rate of time.
H.i one-third for overtime is established.

The National Industrial Recovery Boarc
has announced that the Industrial Emer
agency .Committee has approved the appoint
meant of Mrs. Emily Newell'Blair to serve as
chairman of the Consumers' Advisory Board
of the National Recovery Administration.
An active member of the Consumers' Board
from the first days of NRA, Mrs. Blair as a
member of the executive committee was
closely associated with the late chairman
of the Board, Mrs. Charles Cary Rumsey.
Mrs. Blair has long been interested in
questions affecting the public interest.
The National Industrial Recovery Board
;emphasized in making this announcement its
appreciation of the work which had beer
done by the Consumers' Advisory Board in
the past. It expects the Oousumers' Advisory
.Board to continue a forceful presentation ol
the way in which the publlc'h interest '"s
consumers is affected by Codes of fair corn
petition under the jurisdiction of the National
Industrial Recovery Board.


1 versely whie materially benefiting others, follows: George RI.% LeSauvage, New Yort"-:'-i
It was further disclosed that the order chairman; Horace'Gardner, New York, vice-,
stimulated the collection of waste paper be- chairman-; J. L. Willis, Columbus, Ohio; Paul.
Syond the normal demands of consuming mills Moore, Chicago, Ill.; Harry g. Baldwin, Boai'.N
d and resulted in overstocking. This came ton, Mass.; W.. L.fMcGinley, St. Louis, Mbo.';""
when the demand for p$per was In lts'uaual ,' Emerson C. Krug, Jacksonville, Fla.; and"
d seasonal decline, leading to considerable J. D: Lineberger, Shelby, N. C .....
a financial distress and unemployment. :'. Messrs'. LeSauvage, Gardner, McGinley,."..
s Evidence was also obtained showing.:that and Lineberger were selected as the tem .-'o
a certain members of the'industry had resorted :rary, executive committee. ...j
to underselling which resulted In demoraliz- The Code Authority announced it would-."
n ing competition. c ' conduct a survey:. ln.,,two or more sections. of,'-.
It was revealed further the important fay-' -the country far the purpose of ascertaining-'i
d tor in the trade. played by the .opeddler... the degree'of voluntary compliance with the.::.-
s "This man", a report of an-"investigator.,- Code by bothh. hotel restaurants and inde-'",.
n brought out, "Is numbered by thousands; hbe pendent restaurants, and of maknlpg recong:
n is the- typical primary collector. of waste-.. mendations.,to tlie.'National Industrial.Re--:
Y paper. : cover Board in thisconnection. It has also -"-'
."His enterprise is predominantlyy 'a one .;appointed A committee. to' meet with one'r;^1i"
man or family affair;'he knows., no Code'. from the baking devise a solution A
L- W ages or hours; and he is not anenible'to'...- of' ;the' restaurant-bakery Problem, as re-
1 prosecution for Code violation, a .heJ'..po:s' quested by the NA or: 'recommendation of
desses nothing and can lose nothing.- the Industrial Appeals Board.
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iortant Information ConCterning Notices of Hearings and pC DPY
'.. .. "Opportunity to be" Heard __oADMINISTRATOR _,_,

Elsa are of two types: (1) Oral hearings, OPPORTUNITY TO BEI S EARD (In writing): Wednesday, Feb. 27,
il.ted hearingg on calendar; and (2) "OP- Facts, criticisms, objections, or suggestions con- s193B d F'
nitys to be beard" by the filing of written earning the subject matter of such notices must i
nHt of fact, brilefs, or criticisms dealing be submitted on or before the final date specified Photoraphic and Photo- Room 405 1518 K Street Opportuhlty to he heard on application or Code Authority i
06,eh.lnject matter of such notice." in the notice addressed to the proper Deputy Ad F2Lishing Industry, 362- NW., Washington, revision of the budgetary period to include the period fromA%..
Sa, .... ni milstrator or other official indicated. Such comn- 21. D.C., W. L Sehurz. 1934, to MAfar. 31, 1935, which was approved by the Boardon.e
':ubljkt. matter of. t tenotice is abbre- muuications must state: (1) Name of Industry; 7, 1935, and which will become effectve 20 days from that a
bJet. schedule puc below.ut A corn- (2) name of correspondent and group represented ; unlas good cause to the contrary Is shown prior.thereto.
ficla e of any notice may ebe obtained (3) fact supporting criticisms, objections, or -
;pacW copy of any notice may be. obtained suggestions Thursday, Feb. 28,.
aoneit from-the National. Recovery Admtgistra- auggestions.Tusabrefe
room 8316, Department of Commerce Build- To subject matter referred to In either type 1935
asbngton of notice may be revised In any reasonably ger- Academic CostmIndu Room 408, Commerce Opportunity to be heard on application submitted
o f n o t -y ,e m9y.e r eris e d I n aoyr e a s oear dyo ner -p l i c a t i o n o s u b m i t t e d b y t b e Q ( ]
D..,r .'"mane particular on the basis of such factor, crlti-407ComreO
asington amne prriulard on the co asideraton as are .properl- try, 99-8. Building., Washington, Authority for amendment to art.V of the Code by adding a
I (oral) Tho -Jhin to be heard c s, ad othe consideration as are property D. C.,l M. D. Vincaht. section to be designated as sec.. 6, making provisionsfor a bdt
e before the Adaministrator. a basis of con-ibntlon to cover the cost of admlniserlng
fwlea 'written req uest,*It .heproper Deputy Calendar is chronolo~rc li With alphabeticala s Code. f
ilstrator at least 24 hour> before the date arrangement by trade or Industry for each day. Excelsior and Excelsior 907SLieenthStreet NW., Opportunity to e heard on aplcaton submItted by the
r ,the hearing, wht nest must state: 9 hSOpprtunitytobeheardonapplication submittedbythe C
'Ndlm6 of Industry -and ..ate of hearing; NOTE' Since ali notices must be In the printer's Products Industry, 146- Washington, D. C., Authority for approval of its budget and basis of contribution
Ithimes of persons wlsbingy to testify. and groups bands by Friday evening next preceding the publl- A. C. Dixon. the period from Jan. I1to June 16, 1935.
tented ;31 definite. tirostve irohossd or cata tledar below doe Total budget is $5,900..Basis of contribution Is of I p.icent.,
a CBlu U III"heCa0 BllIne sales paphale in monthly Installmnents, such installmentst
Icobjections, without ..rgumet. Bearings dot show notices posted on the Ofcial Bulletin b oa se dnales dtsringethe monthlimme dtelyspresedb
' "rea--Ve'pthly as e 6leon.O, .e..'a
w~~~~ ~ ac in u fr Ihv
fued to factual preetation. Written Board after that dat nor does ths calendar how ased on net ales ding the month imedaty pred
'cdo nta in in g a rg u ine~ t as ::w e l l 5 fa c t m ay o th e r h e nrin g s fo r th e sam e d a tes w h lrh m ay h a v e
'.c .. ... appeared in prior ssuesaof this pubIcaton. Hat Manufacturing In- The' Red Rom, Hami- Hearing on applicationf the Cbde Aut.hority for approval.-tl
SI V ..I :.;', '.. i,;.'.J. : :r :, :. .. n. o dustry, 32 tel, Washington, budgetiand basis of contribution for the period from Feb. 1
"D.O.,, B7 E. _June1t, 1935: '" ''

4.'.'' 9 .R I' c AND DEPu'TY
qSTEl' (lR "lADE ..' ',.,-,D'lt(NLaTBATOR. "
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'tud',, Feb'f." l "s

K J ar ,Manufaetur.;
InduStry "and .Ho"_en '

Feb. 8, S1935
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'Room 3'24,' Commerce "Opportunity to be heard 9n amendments to the Code, ap-
..uBuui g, .Washington,' .. proved';on:Feb. 6, .1935,. byOrder No. 427-9, 'and'.whlch will
.D."O.' V.ltor.Sadd. .1 ".comeeffoeptive 10 days from that ,dte unless good- cause to the
A,".. .r"..' .....':'." 'cobhtrary Is shbsn' within 10 days from.the date bf.said order ,

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.Room 4327, Department
6of Commerce. B ildlng,
S'Wahinglon,D. C.. Bev-
t' Arlt iOHr '.'

SOppo.,mnity to be heard on application submitted' b. the Code
Authority for'amendment to art XIT, se o I (cj), of the Code.

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F~j~eb 20, .
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'.Met. ig, R.~om:i. :.l '-" '.", 1618 Street Opportunity tohbe heard on lappllcationu ,U'bmaltied by the
splay Manuipc-.. NWI CL C Nik.iason. Parker'.Metal -Decdiating Co.. Baltimore MAd., for exemption
idsty 84-Q12 :" ... ", "". 'from'the labor ptovisfons. under this Code, and for permission tO
!; : .,.." ,, ; ,' 'f:.-.,. .' "-be governed in all its labor.'activitles by the labor provisions of
-,-'j..,*'' .'*,'" ,:' . "'the Code, for'the can manufnaettIres industry.
we Manufactur- Rom4,' 1618" S Street Opportunity to be heard on applicatlbo submitted by'bthe Star
qstryD 178-214C NWy,;,' WashiWngt on,. Vatch Case Co., Ludihgtdn, .MIch. fdr exemption from art. .1,
'.,*". "". ,.'. "' '* : D .'d.,j 'L. Schurz. see. 1, of th!_44 ode. .. . . .

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1935, '.

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'darM Steel Products'
RIIIiodalng Trade,

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,nday, Feb. 252 "

tto) lioth 'Gi6ove'-Maen-
cturing Indus rry,187-

t 8al6olid Fuel uIndus
ctin" Pipe .'fanidifEc-
trng Industry, 226-26..
1Bmoitg Pipe Mannfac
farindustry. 225-.2.

"Watch Case enufactur-
i. ng Ingndustry, 178-22.
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eiusday, Feb. 26, 1935
letingi. Stitching, and
.lQ jna z and Hand. Em-
bro i aery Industry,
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Room 411,,1518 EK-Street,
S"W.;:. .Kashbing'ton, '
S.0 ,,C R: Niklason.

'Room 411, 1518-K Street
'NW,. WW shlgtoni,
' D.O., C. RiNklaso.

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Roth 4067, "Department
..of Cdmmer.ce Building,'
=W.aesh.,to,. De- M-.

G a
oo'omerce suidngm,
'1 Wasningtou; ID.'O.; M.
-D,.Vtlnent. ,'

Roc.m703, Albee Building,'
SWashington, D. 0.,
'Robert N. Campbell.

Barr Building, Washing-
tonD,' DC.., Frank E.
Crockard. 4 .

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Rorm-' 407;'- Department
. of Commerce Building, i
;'Washington, D. 0., M.
D. Vincent;;.
NeU'l House, Columbus,
Ohio, 10 a. m., F A.
16t18 'K.Street Washule
-..ton,,."D; 0:, Wi i.
, Schurz.
1518'K Street, Washing-
- ton,' D. C., W. L.
Room 408, 1518 K Street,
Washington, D. C.,
W; L Schurz.

Room 4081, Commerce
Bdilding, Washington,
D. ., M. D. Vincent.


Room 406,. 1518 K Street,
NW., Washington, D.
0., W. L. Sohuu

O'pportunit'to be heard on'application submitted by the % "or-
pby Chair Co., Owensboro, Ks., for modficationh'f tbe exemp-
tion' from the prbvilion 61t art. 'V, gec. I, of the Code, "ranted it
and all other employers of homeworkers' In the hand ,weaving
of dhair seals and-backs, by.-Order 145-28, dated Oct.' 28; 1934.
..This modifisation of..eemption would permit It to transfer Its
hairr caning bperatiods to the factory same piecework wage
' rates now paid homeworkqis under the terms of tbe order. '
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by-thejDear-
Sman Chair Factbry, Morrison, Teqn.,. for exemption from the
provisions of art. IV. sac. 1. of tha Cod'e.- ,I' ..

J UVD- D U I, ,-..,1. 1

Opportunity to,be heard un-pplication submitted by tha Code
SAusthbrity for tsmrpotary.;approval. of Its.budget and basis of.
-.46.amrlbauton~nfrot Ja.J. t6Dec,31,'19336- Th'Naribdtil 'Recdvdry
SBoard on Feb. 8, 1935 (Order .194-19), granted suf.1'teispdMmU7S
_appfovael, said temporary.appova] to.extaend o.a paro.ta.adis.
4~~apprffval,3said s oi)d~rfrllttvr said 8agLiZN
OpportunltytoWhseard on'app catidn submit ted- s.he;p ode.r
Authority for temporary, approval .of 1. budget r riie '"pefibd.
from Jan. 15, to June 30, 1936, and approved by the 'National In-
*duptrial' ReCovery Board by .Order 187-27, dated Feb: 8, 1936,
such tamporbtry approval to esteid on a prorate baits from Jan
1, to Mar. l1'.1935, ,Inclusive,'.unies ,i good cause.'to the contrary
Sbe shown within'flfieen'fi1).days'from the date-of said order.
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Codea
Authority for. approval,of Its budget and basis of contribution,
period from Mar. J, 1034, to'llar. I, 1935. The approval sought
Is ,supplementary to approval dated July 9, 1934. '
Total budget: $33,000 Basis of ootribbioun' First period-One
and one-half'(plk cents per ogblo yard monthly, based on a
monthly'average of 1933 production, effective Mar. 1, 1934, for a
period of 90 days Second period-'One and one-half (I1) cents
psr.cubic yard monthly, effective M ay 31,. 1934, based on a
monthly average of 1B33,production 'fbor thd'remainder of.the-
calendar year.and baeed ohamdnthlyiaverageof31934 production
for the months of January hond.February.1935.
Opportunity to'be heard on application submitted by the.Code
SAuthority4for approval of its budget and basis of contribution for
the period trom July 23, 1934, to No.v..l, 1935.
Total $7,600 Assessments will 'be based npon the net
'.sales of each member of the trade for the last A months of 1934,
and are payable Feb. 23, 19365, unless otherwise ordered.. Amount
of such assessment is determined as follows:
Net sales up to $50,000 ...........-...-.......... .._.............. $25
Net sales, from $60,001 to $125,000...-----------------------....... 00
-Net sales from $125,001 to $250,000.-...-- ................... 10
.Net sales from $250,001 to $376,000-....---------------------..................... -250
Net sales of .375.001 and hiher- ....--------------------- 3 00

Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Code
.Authority for approval ot its budget and basis of contribution for
the period from Jan. .151o June 30, IP35
The total budget for said period is012,164.-148. Basis of contribution -
is 4o of I percent of 1934 net dollar sales.
Hearing on application' submitted by the Code Authority for
consolidation of DivisionsN0s 21, 22, and 23, In order to reduce
the expense of administering the &ode in the State of .Oblhio. .
Opportunity to be heard" on application submitted by the
: Briarwood. Corporation. 7018 Euolidt Avenue,;Cleyeland; Ohio.,
f(r an exemptlon from art: TV, sac. I (6),'of the Code.'' "
Opportunity to be heard on' application submitted by the
Reiss-Premisr Pipe Co 740 Broadway, West New York, N. J
for exemption from sEac. 1 (b) of art I[' of the Code.
Opportunity to be heard on applicitlon of the Code Authority
for an extension of time under art VfII, sec. 4, of the Code, and
Adminlstrative Order 178-7 pertaining to said Code, for a period
of 3 months from Feb. 25, 1935.

Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Code
Authority for approval of'its budget and basis of contribution
for the period from Nov. 1, 1934, to Jane 16, 1935.
Total budget is $24,894.99. Contribution to'be based on the gross
annual business of each member for the year 1933, as follows:
$5,000 or less, K of 1 percent of such production; $10,000 or less,
4 of 1 percent on the frst $5,000, and ofr 1 percent on the excess.
$20,000 or less, i of.I percent on the first $5,000; 'A of I percent
. on the next $5,009; and 4.of I,percent on the excess $50,000,
3 of I percent on the first $5;,000; of I percent on the next $5,000.
) of 1 percent on the neb t $10,000; and g of 1 percent on the
excess. All members whose grcss business during this period
amounted to $100,000 or less, shall pay 1, of I percent on thea first
$5,000; 6 of 1 percent on the next $5,000; i of 1 percent on the
next $10,000; A of I percent on the next $50,000; and 9, of I parent
on the excess. All members whose gross business during this
eriod was In excess of $100,000, shall pay % of I percent on the
t $5,000; of I percent on the nest 15,000; H4 of 1 percent on the
next $10,100; H o1l percent on the next $30.006; H ol 1 percent on
the next $50,000; and 3 of 1 percent on. the excess.
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Code
Authority for approval or its budget and basis of contribution for
the period from Jan. 1, to Juno 16, 1936. Total budget is $14,866.65.
Basis of contributLon is as follows:
Up to $4,000 capital ---....-..-..- .......---------- .- ....... $10
Up to 15,000 capitaL ...- .......----------...-....- ... 15
Up to $1.,000 capiLtal .. ..... ..- ...... 25
Up to $150(000 caplital- -.. ....-..............- 50
Over" 5.000 Dcattal ---- --...........-- ...- 100

Industrial Furnace Manu-
facturing Industry, 367-


-Leather Cloth and Lae-
quered Fabrics, Window
Shade Cloth and Roller,
.' endBook Cloth and Im-,
pregnated Fabrics' In.-
dusftrldis, 416-27, (CWin-'
dos Shade Cloth and
Bolkpr Division). .
Package. Medicine Indus-
try, 430-12.

Play and Drhmatio Text'
Publishing Industry,
51-U (Divislpn ol.
Book Publishing Indus-
try.) ,. '

Prmj Manufacturing, In-
dustry, 67-73F.

RItastrant Industry, 282-

*Retll Solid Fuel Indus-
try, ,26 0-204.

Road Machinery Manu-
facturing InduStry, 68-

S ~huoefDralns hd
a nduatry. A422l..
2.'ll-a'. "5 .i; '
' r--2-, -_ m' ..o

SUmbrella Mhunfacturtng,
ddustry,.l1-13. -

Warm Ai FumrnaceManu-
featuring Industry,' 187-

SFriday, Mar. 1, 1935
Oraphic Arts Industr.,'
287!48"' (Library Bind-
ing Divislonopfthe Book
Manulacturmg 'Indus-
try) I
Hardwood Distillailln In-
dustry 110 19. '

Meal's Clothing Industry,

Narrow Fabrics Industry,.

Pretzel Industry, E03-12..

Rayon and Silk Dyeing
and Printing Industry,
Restaurant Industry, 282-

Rock Crusher Manufac-
turing Industry, 76-16.

Saturday, Mar. 2,1935
Hatters' Fur Cutting In-
dustry, 476-21.

Room J078 Commerce
Building, 'Washington,
D. C., Beverly S. King

Room 3024, Commerce
Building, Washington,
SD. C., Victor Sadd.

IRonom 500 Commerce
'Budilding, Washington,
D. C., Earle W Dah9-
Room 1015, Banrr Building,
Washington, D. C., Il.
D: Walsh.

Cabinet Room, Wvillard
Hotel, Washingtob, D.
0, 10 a'i m., Beverly S.
Room 316,'Barr Building,;
Washlington, D. C.,
Robt. K. Straus.
Barr Building, W.ashing-
ton, D, C., F.-A.B Hecht.

Room 'h39, "nvestmn6i
Bundingj Washington,
D. C., Neal W. Foster.

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'Eom 39, .-Investment.
*; D ,'.,Mhr W. Foster.
a -.' ...;; ". .' .
":-'- '2" ..: !" -

Room 4067, Commerce
'Bindin4, Washingt tin,'
M C.,'. D. Vincent.

,, '..

Room. 3076, Commerce
Building, Washington,
.D. 0., BeVerly S King.

'?i i t
Room 1012, Bar Build-
ing, Washington, D. C.,
ftf D. Welsh.

Room 4067, Department
of Commerce' Building;
Washington,' D. C,
Ovid E. Roberts.
Small Ballroom, Raleigh
Hotel, Washington, D.
0., 10 a. m., M. D.

Room 3022, Commerce'
Building, Washington,
D. 0., A. Henry Thurs-

Room 505, Barr Building,
SWashington, D. C.,
Weld M. Etevens.

Room 3022, Department
of Commerce Building,
Washington, D. C.,
A. Henry Thurston.
Boom 318, Barr Building,
Washington, D. 0.;
Robert K. Straus.

Room 539, Investment
Building, Washington,
D. C., Neal W. Foster.

i I
Room 8018, Department
of Commerce Building,
Washington, D. C., B.
E. Oppenheim.



Total budget for said period Is $46,433.75, Thd basis of.contoihaV
lion Is sale of labels to members of the industry. '*
SOpportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Oddl
Authority for approval of its budget and basis of contrlbutloufar
the calendar year 1935. ..
Total budget is $V,000. Basis ot contrributlon' is as follows: T!
1934 sales volume reports Indicate a total business of $6,000,000
even figures. The cash balance for 1934 operations, assung
average collections, Will approximate $750, leaving a net amolh
to be raised In thu Industry during 1935of$8,260. Theassessmeit
rate recommended is therefore A of: 1 percent ''
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by th bn!
trol tomnhittae for window shade cloth and roller industry,;T
approval of itA budget and basis of contribution for the.peri-al
from Jan. 1 to Jtne 30, 1936. ...:
Total budget Is $9,000. Basis ut contribution is the relation behl08
member's sales bear tu total sales report for'the Industry ftr'th
last preceding calendar Tear. .
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Cod'
Authority for cancelation of the exmnptiho conferred in pr. m7
of Adminibtratlve Order X-36. ..':
-o .
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the 0o[
Authority, Divisjion D under the Code for the boolopublishind
industry, for apjruval of r'budget and basis of contribution for thel
period from Out. I. lgbs. to Sept. 30,1936. :.
Total amount .of budget is $1,000. Assessment is based on thB nl.
sales oj play and dramatic books for the 12-month period endlcgl
Dec 31, 1033, a n t h propuh.ed annual rate of assessment tbo,i
paid by thi members is $1.21 for ea h $1,000 of annual net sal
for. the calendar year 1933. t he'
Hearing upon complaints that the Hydraulic, Instituto, sponcs
of the Code for this industry, is not truly representative oft8
industry as defined in.the Code.'- .'
Opportunity to he heard on applicationn submitted by the'C6d6
Authority for amendment to art. VIII of the Code. (A
traction and budget provisions.) ,
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the N
tLonal Code Authority and certain ditysiobal' Code .Authoritei"
for a reduction in the tolerance granted under Executive Order
No. 6767, Complaint has been made that the tolerance of 16pe5r
cent provided in sala Executive order is resulting in aestroctiv
price dotting in the retail solid fuel industry. .
, Opportunity to be heard on applidadtion submitted by the coeor--
dinating agency for approval of its budget and basis of contrlbis.
lion for the period froni Ian 1 to Dec 31, 1936. Eatimed!
expenditu ires'lo line 16, 1935,; are $12,785f and for the remainder
the period, $10,335, making .the tpal,estiniated. expenditures,
the budgetary period $23,120 5' j
Basis of'contatrcbutib n is f1 petrcnt for the period from Jan. 1 :
June 16,193S, and $1o'asf percent for the period from June 1 T17
Dec. 31,191k, of net sales for the calpndtx year 1934: ,.
Opportunity to be heard on applicarluu submitted by the Ci
Athibority for approval of Its budget and basis of contributions f'
the prled frbm 'Jan. Ito Jamb 30, 1936 .,Estimaled eapexidllre:s
to Jun 16, 19915, tre $15,,904.:01, ed tor the remainder of the pjr.oc
$1,440.39,.making total estimated expenditures for the b iai
period $17,436. :
Basis of contribution is $1.60 per $1,000 of net sales for the caledait
year 1934.. .
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted biy the 0M.
p' Atbhority for approval of-is budget and basis of rssess=medt-
the calendar y ae r 1934. I . .:I f
Total budget is $18,764.08. Basis of assessment is as follows:Und
art. Vt-, se5. of the Code, labels are sold to the membershlp'e
'the following basis, ie of I cent each for all cotton unbrtIl
S 6le o.l oent each for other than cotton umbrellas. .*
Opportunity to be heard on appli cation submitted by the roa,
Authority for approval o its budget and basis of conrtlbntl|
for theperiod from Jan. 1 to Dee 31, 1935. ..
Total bndet is $28,788. Basis of contribution on an. estimafl
sales volume of $7,600,Op0 for the year 1934 will be 3 o I peres
on the net sales of the previous year (1934). ,.

Opportuhlty to be-heard on application of the Code Authot
of the book manufacturing industry Divisiton A-4 of the Orap.
ALrts Code for approval of a form of uniform sales contract. "

Opportunity to be'heard on application of the Code Athoib
for approval of its rules of forest practice for the western dieis
of the industry In compliance with par. D of art. VI of the Cc
Hearing on. application submitted by the Code Autbority
amendment of the Code (trade practice provisions). This-hi
ing was originally scheduled for.Dec 1II, 1934, and subseqhae
adjourned to Jan. 9, 1935, and adjourned to-Fridiy, Jan. 25, 11
The hearing will'be reconvened in the small ballroom of.
Raleigh Hotel on Friday, Mar. 1, and continued until complete
Opportunity to be heard on applIcation of the Code Anthld
for approval of the budget and bsis of contribution for the'pe
from Apr. I, 1935, to Mar. 31, 1936, inclusive. "?
Total amount of budget is $29,108 Basis of contribution Is 34
I percent of the net dollar sales for the fiscal year Apr. o,f13
Mar. 31, 1936, of the products defined in arl. II, se. 1, of
Cbde. Contributions are to be paid monthly on net sali
preceding month. ..
Opportunity to be heard on application subxplited by theCdi
Authority for approval of its budget and basis of contrlbntloI
the period from Feb. 28 to end Including June 15, 1935. :
Total budget for said period Is $3,082.50 Basis of contribntufb
' ,:oao of each member's sales for the year 1934, for each of'
months of March, April., and May 1935, and 40ooo of
member'ssales for 1934, for the period from June Ito and inclto
June 15, 1935. *.4
Opportunity to be heard on application of the Code Anuihoil
for amendment to art. VIsec.I; art. VIIIM, seca. 3,4, and 6 (ain
istratlon), of the Code
Opportunity to. be heard on application of the Code Antlib
for approval of the budget and basis of contribution for theape
from Feb. 26, 1934, to June 16. 1935.
Total budget Is $87.881 38 Basis of contribution: One dollet
each restaurant establishment and an additional ten. centsM(I
for each employee thereof. :
Opportunity to be heard on application of the Code AuLthior
for approval of its budget and basis of contribution for the pea
from Jan, Ito Dec. 31, 1935.;
Total budget $5,000 Basis of contribution: One fourth 04) 0
percent of volume of sales for 1934, joe-half payable thirty.
days after nqtlce, second half payable July 15.

Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the 0
Authority for approval of Its budget and basis of contirlbt
for the period from Jan. 12 to June 18, 1935. .."
The total budget for said period Is $7,060 The basis of contlbti
is as follows: One-ball () cent per man-hour for tbohe toald4
hours worked by employees ofeach member of the industryda.,b
the neriod from July 16. 1934. to Jan. 12. 1935. ""-

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Monday, Mar. 4, 1935
Academic Costume In-
dustry, 299-9.

Rbom 4067., Department
of Commerce Builndting
Washington, D. 0., M.
D. Vinoent.

Ruib.., Ske . i ,. -

Opportunity to be hard on epplication of the Code Ant
for approval of its budget and basis of contribution for the
from Mar. 4. 1934, to De-. 31. 1936.
Total budget 53,760. Batis of contrbun.Jon: One-{owrth ( .
(1) percent of the groas rentals and sales smds dating they'

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Monday, Mar. 4,
Art Needlework Industry,

Can Manufacturing In-
dustry, 1962-15.

Construotlon I n d u story,
Cork Industry, 199-10.----

Cosmetic Container Man-
ufacturing Industry, 84
A6--3 (Subdivision' of
S the Fabricated MelJis
and.etdl Finlshmg and
Meal Coating Indus-

F uneral Supply Industry,

.' ,' I :

iji]quid Fuel Appliance
:' Manacturing Industry,
84 A2-3.

SPortable Electric Lamp
.md Shade Industry,
S4-B-fl (Subdivision of
Electrical M14nufactur-
Sing IndustryJ).
'"OSoe Pattern Manufac;
":-turing Industry, 444-9.

'Textile Bag Iqdustry, 2,-

*.16pward Acting, Door In-
*duat'y;,\502-7. '.

'. ,Tuesday, Mar. 5, 1935-
?I Clay .Manufacturing In-
i dustry, 343-12. .
iCommercial Vehicle Body'
'Industry, 426-B.

.El'hursday, Mar..7,1935,
.through -Monday,
<' .1 Apr. 4,1935

AGraphi0 Arts

ie .1 :
;*. .
: '- '...



Room 3022, Department
of Commerce Building,
Washington, D. C., A.
Henry Thurston.
' Room 610, 1318 K Street,
Washington, D. 0., B.
Ferrin s White.

Room 814, Albee Building,
Washington, D. C.,
Robert N.O CampbellU.
Room, 703, Albee Build-
ing, Washington, D. C.,
' Walter.Q. Hooke
Room 510, 1618 K Street,
Washington, D. C., H.
Ferrls White.

Room 510, 1518 K Street,
Washington, D '0., H;
Ferrls Wbite.

RoOm 3070, Department
of Commerce BuiDlding,.
Washington, D; C.,
BeverlyS. King. I

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Room 4023, .Department
of Commerce Building, -
Washington, D. C.,
SDexter A. Tutaln.

Room 4035, Depatment
of :Commerce Bulding,
-Washington, D.' C.,
Walter MAngum.
Room 4061, Department
of Commerce Budding,
Washington, D. C,; M.
,D. Vincent.

Room 411. 1618 K Street,
Washington, D. 0., .
H Niklsason.. '


Olprtusnlty to be beard on application the Coda
Authority for approval of Its budget and basis of contribution for
the period from Apr. 1, 1935, to Mar 31, 193, Incldslve.
TOtal budget $l2,86. Basis of contribution is $i of t percent of the
net sales for the calendar year of 1984, on sales of products as
defined In art. IL. sec l, of the Code.
Opportunity to be heard on application of the Code Authority
for approval of Its budget and basis of contribution for the period
From Jan. 1, 1934, to June 16. 1035. i
The total amount o[ the budget for the said period Is$70,850. Basis
Of contribution is as follows: Two dollars and twenty-five cents
S($2.25) par employee, based on the average number of employees
for the period Apr. 7 to Dec. 15,11934.
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Oodo
SAuthority for amendments to art. M of the Code (administra.
tion). i ,
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by.the Code
Authority for amendment to the Code by amending art. VUL,
and for approval of a merchandising plan for the cork.stopper
manufacturers' division of this industry.
Opportunity to be beard on application of the cosmetic contain.
er manufacturing, Industry for approval of an appendix to the
basic code of alr'competiton for, the fabricated metals-products
manufacturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry
The Nailoonal Industrial Recovery Board signed Order No
84-A6-1, dated FEb. 12; 105, approving such appendix, but stay-
ing the provisions of sec. 8 thereof for a period of twenty (20) days,
or nnti Monday, Mar. 4, 1035, at which time the said sect Ion will
become effective unless ood cause to the contrary be shown prior
thereto. '
Opportunity to be heard on application ofi the. Code Authority
Sfor approval of Its budget and basis of'contribution for.the 12-
month period ending Mar. 31,1935. .-
Total budget for said period 1Is $145,740.. is of contribution,
beginning Apr. 1, 1934, shall be as fWllows: 'Fifteen cents (15a) for
every adult or child's casket shipped to funeral directors and taen
cents t(100) for every casket' and/or metal casket shell shipped to
jobbers. Invoicas to membersofall casket divisionsfor the month
ofApril 1934 shall be based On adult and children's caskets shipped
to fitneral directors and jobbers during February 1934. Invoices
for May,1934 shall be based on shipments made In March 1934.
For each succeeding-miionth the assessment shall be-based on
caskets.shipped during the second preceding month.' All com.
modirydivisions except metal casket division (which contributes
Son the.basis above) shall pay into the Code Auttlority treasury
each mouth bn amount equal to is of the sum detrmined' byap-
.plying to.the total budget the ratio of its total 1933 dollar sales
volume to the total 1933 doliar-sales volume of the funeral supply
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Code
Authority. or approval of Its budget and basis b' contribution;
and also on applUcation of the Code Authority for termination
of the exemption granted under pa. MF'ot Administrative Order
X 3 6 ' "
Total'budget for the period Oct. 4, 1934, to June 15, 1936, is 17.650
Basis of contribution: Oolction of monthly installments from
members of the industry in the proportion'lthat the member's net
dollar volume of shipments bears to the total net dollar volume
of shipments of the entire industry for the year 1933; provided
*that in no event shall the rate-of assessment for the budgetary
period exceed ;io of 1 percent of the net dollar volume p each
member of the industry'for the year 1933. '
.Opportunity to be:heard on application submitted by the
Code Authority for amendment to the Code. Said amendments
were approved by NRA," Order -B-5,.dated Feb..12, 193-and
amendments will become effective 20 days from'date of said'orderl
(or on Mlar. 4, 1935) unless good cause to the contrary is shown
Sto the National Industrial Recovery Board prior to that date. i be heard on application of the Code Authority
* for theiapproval of standard cost formula. The National Ro-;
covery Board"approved such standard cost.-formula onyfb. IU,.
1935, Order N. .444-8, to become effective on: Monday; Mar. 4,-
* 1935, unless godd cause to the contrary be shown prior to that date
Opportunity to be hard, on denial of application of Mentae.&
Co New Orleans, La.; Selma Manufacturing Co., Selma, "Ala ;
and E. Payson Willard, Wflmington, N. 0 for eaempLion'from
* the provisions of art. IV of the Code.' Exemption was denied 10in
Administrative Order No. 27-12, signed by Prentiss 1. Cobn0ey,
dated Feb. 9, and the said order ,will become effective on Monday,
Mar. 4,1935, unless go6ode cause to the contrary be shown i'rior to
that date.
Opportunity to be heard on appUication'submirede by the 6ods
Authority for-termination of the exemption-conferred under par
ID of Administ rative Order X-3. ,

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Room .530, Investment Opportunity to. be heard on application the Code
Building, Washington, Authority for the termination of the exemption granted in par.
D. C., Neal W. Foster. rI of Adminlstratlva Order X-36.. I
Room 128, Willatd Hotel, Hearing on application of the Code Authority for amnendlment of
Washington, D. C., 10 art. I] (definitions) of the Code.
a. m.. Jo. Ol Roberts.______"______________

'The North Room, Mtay-
B owner Hotel, Washing-
ton. D. 0.. Jack B. Tate
and J. FBattley,

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.Hearings will'bI held. beginning,oqA Mar. 7,1935, andLcontinulng
through .A)r. 4, 1036 (as shown on the schedule, listed below).
These hearings will be held for the purpose of obtaining informa.
tlon nnd facts necessary to-eliminate the overlaps and conflicts
existing between the below listed industry Codes and the Oraphic
Arts Industry Code.
MA a.7
Advertising Specialty.
Gummed Label and Embossed Seal.
hAts. 12
Tag Manufacturing.
Loose Leaf and Blankbook.
Commercial Stationery and Office Outfltting. ,
M&R. 14
Paper and Pulp (Including Crepe Paper, Paper Napkins, and
SPaper Shipping Sack).
Paper Distributing.
Paper Bag Manufacturing.
Sanitary Napkin and Cleansing Tissue.
MAR 16
American Match Industry.

S aaR. 18 '
Paper Board.
Fiber Board. "
Folding Paper Bo*.
Set Up Paper Box. '
Corrugated and Solid Fibre Shipping Container.
Transparent Materials Converters.
Waterproof Paper.
Waxed Paper.
Glazed and Fancy Paper.
1LMa. 21
Sanitary Milk Bottle Closure.
Paper Disc Milk Bottle Cap
Cylindrical Liquid Tight Paper Container.
Fibre Can and Tube.
Bulk Drinking Straw, Wrapped Drinking Straw, Wrapped Tooth.
pick, and Wrapped Manicure Sticrk.
Fluted Cup, Pan Liner, and Lace Paper.
Food Disbh and Pulp and Paper Plate.
Open Paper Drinking Cup and Round Nesting Paper Food Con-
BIs. 25
Paper Stationery and Tablet Manufacturlng.
iMABM 26
Expanding and Specialty Paper Product&.

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610 Tuloma Buildine, Hear
Ttlsa, Okla., 1.0a.,m. app
S. .- star
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e t ..:i ol n1. article. fliof, th,,e-0Jode
I fctrin Id'usti[~~ e is engaged exclusively-rn the
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FACTS -We have. 'a employee who ru' and whether. actually akes Codef
larly spliIts': his tinae-betw.een twd h own plant, .or-.has thenm'v..adefrir
tlons which have differenthour' limits undr' to h..own...spectca.o forla; r
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e v . . . i:.. ieks.8l lnar D .a ~ t ~ w ~a k e e
dthe Soap and .Glycerine ,Code. .Drgti:g- ets. a .whetiir..he. atually mak
,s'of the ,wee this';employeewo,, rks .regu own tlan. Sityes, and sizes.: o6r b!
larly. as a bandy man. around our: actor. I ;ucts whichhelaifke. or. hm ...cet a
At the present,'time he puttingg hn about adris d fo him to his own a
35 b ...,catlous,'!orforrmulas, or patents, issu-bj
35 hours per we-k. at this occupation.' T-en the' provasior of thre.-'Coe o air' Co
di Sunday otf each .week. he-works 12 hours tn oe .o.. l,.,
as a *atchman, do that on6 'our. present sched- t ftonfor thste&m hea..."ting. ip'ent a
tile. he "is regularly, putting-:in around..,; ry for thatporton of h. business v li
i.r, "e week. ''or the ,7'ou be works Cncerned .C.ode product as 'sdefln
~hours.prWe.Vf';.e1 6i i `'orks the Code, except as this tnter-pretati'bJ"t
o. e s,-, 40- per wek w npayCflct *th Admnst a le
n onetird X-36.'and other 'Executive or adxiiuistk' h

-QUESTION-mIn regulating the total.hdurs. ..orders. '. -,r". .:' ; .'- -'
.this. employee. may work o .ver, a. 6-mont '," _.- ..,.'-,.'..
.period,- .are we relquired'-to..',.-'brihg. i .his' ;''.. : " '' ." ."
average .dowi to 40 hours pe. week, or may ., "Hardw od"DiStlati otr/ B
he work as much as'an average of, 40 hours: .' "- ''.. .. '': .
per week.-as a bandy, man. and, thereafter. ', Industry- -
work as a *atchman .without :any ,.limit on ; .... '",
his hours?" ,: ' ,"' N,110-15"..Artice 6iI. ParagrapliPA~
INTERPRETATION.-An employee who m .FACTS.- It iavin" b- shown ta
., : '. ,. . ...o te, na~u oou ai tI lla. n:.,,in
divides 4s ime between tvwo .occupations -t mber of the hards.ood ain nation '.
which are subject to different hourly lm- ty s operating hs ptnt consecu
months a full 48,noars each'' week
tatioui .under tbe-8.ajdnd, GlcerineNCode, months a .u.l 8.h.. each e-. k-' a'd'
may work.-a., tora. ffunmberi, of,;.hours not to, V d6 h is- pl a nt t t mon i,
exceed the m. ximu t- e.M itted fbrnthe o'cu in &-'on&tki' ,--:',i ;;, .;'. i-_-.n. ..
Spition..'having'the.,] taton._. .' ... Q.. ,-...
This means .that a- handy man, whose hoars .QU]STION j-tIs p s'-nittid'%3&.
.re Jim'teld by,.xhe,.Cod.e-tan..avbeagewi.h.inr .aove-mentioned. Code? .
ec, e .f,-. t''edn;461 SoU1,-per week,: -NTERPRETATON -Yes, provided
may. not, work asr a watchman in excess of' wee mh um does n exc..eed4 i'
this limilt.,'kly'." mu, ,,dbe t n t ek u' .
t .is limit., "' .an'd' the total .tiinm'e worked does not. exc
S. 1,040 hours :and,. provided further, that '
:" .'- .' "ployees'paid on a.wveekly bIisis, who i',h
Pharmaceutical aand: Biologi-. 'worked 1,040 hours, ust receive 20 wee
pay. ,.
cal Industry .: ',, p Pp

.:05 -9 Cast Iron Soil:Pipe Indust
FACTS.-(a') An employee included un- No. 18-194. Section 11 (g), ".'
der article 11I, section 1, works 12 'bours per. as.'-- eto a 'e
'day for 4 days, does not Work the next 3 FACTS.-A "blanket order" as define
days, returns to work the 4 days. thereafter, by the Code-Adtihority, is '"an. order giVe
and then in turn does not work thenext 3 where the seller is under obligations *tdele
days. liver, but the purchaser is under- no Qblig t"
(b) Or such an employee works, for 12 tion to accept delivery, of, the full &tmojb
hours per day for S consecutive days and of the material Covered by such order." I'. -
does not work for the next 6 ensuing days.. It is the practice within the lndustry'th&
whenever a price increase is anticipated'that-.
QUESTION.-Is the foregoing schedule of the members of the indust' tha-e ba' bh
hours permissible under article II, section I? orders" from their cdseomzers in ordert,'l.
the:" "' only, 'theynk.igbt .protect them against the cdd
INTERPRETATION.-Yes; the only lim- rict""" '
station is that sitch employees may, not work l rlcen -, '. '. : ..'.; '
in excess of 96 hours 1 12; days.. in any con- 'QUESTION.-Wil the acceptanc'i.e
secuhive 14-day' period. : "blanket- orders"' by members of the '- d'
try be a. violation of the above sectdoif ,'..
., , INTERPRETATION.'Tbe acceptance
Steam H'eati.g Equlipment blanket orders." by members of the induq
otr t is o-permitted by the Code for the catI
S I.rduf .' iron soil pipe.-industry. ..

fNo. 279-10 . .
FACTS.-I't appears that 'certn corn- Knitted Outerwear Industry
FCS Itplears' that 'cert itIn com- s., i!:
panics which deal in the productss of the in- No. 164-36, Article II, Section (c).
dusty, as defined in section, article ILIof r'e, eo (c) :
the Code, have such products manufactured Arte II secon (c), of te
in tbe plants of others to the-ir own'speciflca- Knitted Outerwear Code provides that m-'
.tions, formulas, and patents, and'that .sad ployees-ln the shipping department may worjik
companies market such products through the .,forty-fo (44) hours per week. '"
conventional trade channels .undbr: their. own QUESTION.-How is the shipping credw o 6t'
trade names. a,plant to be .defined? ,:
QUESTION.-Are-, said' companies so en- INTERPRET'AT-ION.-Shilpptng crew slaii
gaged "manufacturers ",.as defined in article mean and' in'lade: only employees engagedin..
II, section 1, of the Code, and subject to the,' withdrawing from the warehouse or the stod,'
provisions of the-Code? rooh. goods'to be shipped, and/or in packlngie.
such goods.Ii eases for fins] shipment, and/or;:.`-
INTERPRETATIONr- eryone. who, .'ctualdverjy'ttecommoncarrier, and/or.
manufactures for sale under his. own tade. other means of.shipment .
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lication for approval o a proposed ag

INDUSIMY Ol TaaD Pacr aPr& D euy PaROBE An io'

Friday, Mar. 29 to '
Apr. P2, and 4, 1935-" '.
Continued ,. .
Graphic Arts Industry, '
287-89-G.-Contd. ,;.
MAR '2 29
Photographic Mount. .,
SampIle Cards. .
I,.Cloth Reel. .. ..
AP E.2
Office Equipment Manufacturing. .,
Business Furniture, Storage Equipment, and Filing Suppl]
APL4;" i'
S, AP. 4
'. Cigar Contalners '
'" Toys and Playthings
_____________ ____________ Punrchboard Manufacturing.



Friday, Mar. 15, 1935
Electrical Contracting In-
dustry, 244-F-23.


Painting, Paper hanging,
and -Detorattng Indus-
try, 244B-58 IDivision
of the Construction In-

. e . ': . .." ...... ...

iUslness I-n lcators

riaceompanying- chart of business ndi- "
os:'compuled from figures supplied by the PRODUCTIC
1. :" PRO...I
':"of Foreign and Domestic Commerce,
the percentage Increase-for .
,ed with 1933 in the leading barom-
A,.ot.ipiness recovery:
nw.irou and steel production index rose
jq)oints in 1934, which was a 7-point or
Iron 'd
;8t2,percent increase over 1933. Mineral '1
ion touched 86, a gain of 5 points'or 1934. Cement gained 10 points,
ing 52 points against a record of 42 Mineral +6.2%
ts in 1933.
[elsl.ghtest upturn in business Ie usually
ted by increased advertising lineage in
i? 'gazines and newspapers, in addition
insnive. radio broadcasts. Magazine ad- ,-..
i4fig rose from 18,664,874 lines in 1933 Cement
,424,690 lines in 1934, an increase of +.23.8%
percent. Newspaper lineage in 52 -report- .
iides was 1,178,880,397, as compared to
S&514,601' in 1933.
(aetory employment in 1934 reached 78.7 POW R
it, 'which was- a gain of 9.7 points over, .'
qepeding year. Factory pay roll gained
ralnts or 27.6 percent. Retail trade em- Eldbtricity Used in Industry +6.8
.ent touched 82 points for 1934, an in- .
,,of 5.9 percent over 1933. .
.of'.almost every kind have been' on, -
idgrede... Department:,.stores registered } AANAGEIAf/ l
Sd6ti for 1934 as against 67 points for SANAGEM J1l
:8A''.Variety store sales were .00.4 points -
,g'iist 82.5 points, and rual chain stores
Il.the scales at 83.7 "'points in 1934, Hotel Boo
LWst 69.2 points .the previous year, making
dtantial gain of 21 percent.
b'd se of nearly 9 percent in bank debits n,
'a.'in.craases in check 'transactions in
tepfira.buiness' field. Rural, marketing ,. .
"e,-'in. addition to increased business -
Iftand. pay rolls, are responsible. wsaper advertising
Isallent illustration of the vast effect of' a -spar
gle.,industry along the,' entire business +10.6 %
at:may be had by studying the automobile
put for 1934. Automobile producdfon may
ie the most accurate index' of business i '
ery'; it- is, however, an encouraging one. Magazine
934 the industry boasted an output of
0d000 'passenger cats and trucks. 'This
-berrcompares favorably with the produd- .
ibo' 1,980,000 units in 1933 and 1,430,000
t932: The sharp increase in 1934.meant PLOYM
S-difference between profit and loss to .
ay of-.tose industries supplying materialse .. .. -
m;notor-car production.. "
ie. Auto.rmobile Manufacturers Association TFat
oxts. that the automobile industry pur-
dl -1,i120,.00,,.tpns mor& steel in,1934 tkan .. .
1932. In addition, glass purchases in- Factory +14.1 .e
ised by 30,800,000 square feet; upholstery 5,6.0,000 square .feet; rubb' .
[00. -tons; aluminum by 8,400 tons; copper
A2,000',tons; tin by 4;300,tons; lead by "'
i6d:l o bis; zinc by 7,000'.tons; upholstery ,
hby.. 14,00o,000 yards.; curtain and. top Retail Trade+ .8
5.4:600,000 o .tons,d; ,pa'bt and.LacqUe ., -r
-;900,000 gallons; malleable iron by i59,000. :
LSg and' haxdw.ood. lumber hby 320,000 board .. -
.. ti.. influence w l .r Was a dominant factor i-'the reported In-
itb this vast influence on steel. rubber, creases of employment, pay rolls, and sales
s leather chemicals, and other related, for the year. It is not necessary to dwell on
is,.the expansion of automobile activity- the significance of the foregoing figures. A

Sh6 going Percentage Increases of 1934 Over 1^3,


Life Insurance

New Passenger Cars

W+ 32.8%

Variety Store +9.6%


City Chain Store



Drug Store

Rural Chain Store

Radio Advertising

B+ 35.2%

Jan.- -Sept. Profits of
290 Corporations
*. W~ --- ^^ --. --- -- --^ ---- ---S^

Commercial Failures
Minus 40%

" breakdown of the requirements in railroad
expansion, building construction, shipbuilding,
or any key industry would be analogous.
Any one industry thus taps natural re-

sources, production, management, emplO
ment, sales. distribution, and the finances'i
the country. Eew conceivable industries n
mpin untouched by such advances. :

,mework Committee

....Approved for Art

9'.!:' Needle Trade '
:iN e' National Industrial' Regovery Board
aji'nnoaimeed approval of amendments to
0:tArt': Needlework Industry Code, which
e..the use-of NRA labels mandatory, and,.
odes for setting up a committee' before
,!.2'to study the industry's homework
L i'.'. The'label 'amendment- is"made ef-
i May 1, 1935, ."
Other amendments provide for 64 hours
.vertime in any calendar year, and for ob-
ining -from members of the industry such
nurmatibn and reports as are required for
logt.administration and for the use of labels.
APproval of the amendments is conditioned
iWU'the establishment -of the homework com-
, ttee, which is to consist of 2 industry
representatives to be chosen by the Code
authority, 1 from the stamped goods division
lAd" from the yarnm division; 1 representa-'
ie. of the Research and Planning division,
R 1. representative of the Labor AdLvisory
.'This committee will be required within
)G days to prepare schedules of rates of pay
ri. homeworkers employed in finishing sam-
tles and display models not intended for
,A;r-tiele III. section 1, which now permits
Afgce employees to work 60 hours overtime
year, is amended to permit both office and
factory employees to work 64 hours overtime
S.year, but not in excess of 8 additional
hours In any I week. The amendment specl-
Ples. that overtime shall be paid at the rate
f :time and one-third and shall be reported
bmothly to the Code Authority.


Vitreous Enameled Ware Manufacturing Industry
No. 84Q1-12

FACTS.-The temporary supplementary
Code Authority has requested an interpreta-
tion of that portion of rule M of article V of
the supplementary Code of fair competition
for the vitreous enameled ware manufactur-
ing industry which reads as .follows:.
* the granting of advertising or
catalog allowances in connection with the
sale of vitreous enameled ware is an unfair
trade practice."
QUESTION.-How should the above-
quoted portion of rule M of article V of the
above Code be interpreted with respect to
contributions made by manufacturers toward
the advertising expense of their customers?
INTERPRETATION. The above-quoted
portion of rule M of article V of the supple-
, mentary Code 'of fair competition for the
vitreous enameled ware manufacturing in-
dustry shall be interpreted to mean and In-
include the following:
1. The granting of any allowance for ad-
vertising purposes at the time of or for the
purpose of influencing any sale of vitreous
enameled ware made by any member of the
industry or the rebating thereafter of any
portion of' the purchase price for the same
.2. The payment of any portion of the ad-
vertising expense of -any customer either
directly to such customer or to any news-
paper or other advertising medium or agency
on behalf of such customer when the pay-
ment is given at the time of the sale or for
purpose of influencing a sale.
3. The payment of any advertising ex-

pense covering products manufactured by any
member of the industry when such adver-
tising is coupled with,, or is a part of, the
advertising of any individual customer of
such member of the industry when the pay-
ment is given at the time of the sale or for
purpose of influencing a sale.

Open Steel Flooring (Grating)
Manufacturing Industry
No. 84-01-8
FACTS.-Article VIII, rule 11 (substitu-
tion) of the supplementary Code of fair com-
petition for the open steel flooring (grating)
manufacturing industry reads as follows:
"No member of the industry shall furnish
articles more or less expensive, of better or
inferior quality, or of larger or smaller size
than specified, without making the proper
adjustments in the quoted price and clearly
indicating the nature of the substitution."
QUESTION.-Are members of the indus-
try privileged under rule 11 of article VIII,
of the Code of fair competition for the open
steel flooring (grating) manufacturing in-
dustry, to substitute a higher-priced article
at the price nominally quoted for a cheaper
article of lighter weight and strength?
INTERPRETATION.-To substitute a
higher-priced article at the price nominally
quoted for a cheaper article of lighter weight
and strength would be a violation of rule 11,
article VIII, of the above-mentioned Code.

Corn plaints Will Ndt b.

Taken on Importation4.

of Menthol and

The National Industrial Recovery Board;
has announced that the President has dli
reacted that no action be taken on complaints
under the provisions of section 3 (e) of tl*
National Industrial Recovery Act with re-
spect to menthol imported from Japan anad
quebracho tanning extract imported frqoB
Argentina and Paraguay. ':L
The decision with respect to menthol wai
made after an examination of the compiail
and reports and recommendations by the Aud
ministrator of the Agricultural Adjustmflt
Act and the National Industrial ReceVye1
Board. The report and recommendation 0il
the Agricultural Adjustment Administrati Ol
were made in accordance with an agreeien]tj
between that organization and the Nationsl
Recovery Administration governing procedurei
with respect to commodities covered by Cod5
which are under the joint jurisdiction of t'.
two organizations. The complaint on ine
thol was filed by Davies & Ten Eyck, of Baa,
bank, Calif., the only producer of- menthol IUV
this country. "
The decision on the complaint filed by
Code Authority of the tanning extract indu,
try with respect to quebracho tanning extra.
was made after an examination of the cOm
plaint and -a report and recommendationiUA
the National Industrial Recovery Board.:
In each of these cases the decision Wall
based on a finding by the President that"P.
facts were not such as to warrant ftiit5S
investigation In accordance with the Pr0.,
sions of section 3 (e) of the National IU4,.U
trial Recovery Act. .Si

,-,^ iai.-:'i;. f,.ij'!:-. )


i Steel

President's Message

|on NRA Legislation

Heard by Congress
(Continued from nage 1)

S This Act, which met in its principles with
such 'universal public approval and under
which such great general gains have been
made, will terminate on June 16,-nest. The
.:.fundamental purposes and principles of the
?Act are sound. To abandon them Is unthink-
.. pble. It would spell the return of industrial
,d labor chaos.
I- lbI therefore recommend- to the Congress that
the .National Industrial Recovery Act be ex-
-'. tended for a period of 2 years.
I recommend'that the policy and standards
for the administration of the Act should be
Further defined in order to clarify the legisla-
Stive purpose and to guide the execution of the
law, thus profiting by what we have already
S Voluntary submission of codes should be en-
couraged but at the same time, if an industry
falls voluntarily to agree within Itself, un-
questioned power must rest in the Govern-
ment to establish in any event certain mini-
Smum standards of fair competition In com-
mercial practices, and, especially, adequate
standards in labor relations. For example,
child labor, must not be allowed to return; the
fixing of minimum wages and maximum hours
is practical and necessary.
The rights of employees freely to organize
for the -purpose of collective bargaining
should be fully protected.
The fundamental principles of the' anti-
trust laws should be more adequately applied.
Monopolies aid private price fixing within in-
*' dustries must not be allowed nor condoned.
P'No monopoly should be private." But .1
submit that in the -case of certain natural re-
sources, such as coal, oil, and gas, the. people
of the'United States need Government super-.
vision over these resources devised, fdr the
t purpose of eliminating their waste and of con-
trolling -their output and stabilizing employ-
.- meat jn them, to the end that thd public will
:.'be protected and that ruinous' price cutting
and inordinate profits will both be denied.
We must continue to recognize that incor-
rigible minorities within an industry or in
Sthe whole field of trade and industry, should
not be allowed to write the rules of unfair.
F play and compel all others- to compete upon
F their 'low level. We must make certain that*
-. the privilege of cooperating to prevent unfair
competition will not be transformed into a
license to strangle fair competition under
the apparent sanction of the law. Small en-
terprises especially should be given added pro-
tectiop'against discrimination and oppression.
S In the developmendt..of "this legislation I calf
your attention to.-the obvious fact that the
way to enforce laws, codes, and regulations
Relating tb industrial practices is not to seek
Sto put people in jail ,We need 'other and
more effective means for the immediate stop-
ping of practices by any individual or by any
Corporation which are contrary to these
Detailed recommendations along the lines
Which I have indicated 'have been made to me
Sby various departments and agencies charged
with the'execution of the present law. These
i are available for the consideration of the
Congress and, although not furnishing any-
thing Like a precise and finished draft of legis-
l.:. ation, they may be helpful to you in your
SLet me urge upon the Congress the neces-
sity for an extension of the present act. The
progress we have been able to make has
shown us the vast scope of the problems in
Sour industrial life. We need a certain degree
of flexibility and of specialized treatment, for
our knowledge of the processes a"d the neces-
sides of 'this life are still incomplete. By
your action you will sustain and hasten the
process of industrial recovery which we are
now experiencing; you will lighten the bur-
dens of unemployment and economic in-


Importing Trade.

No. 487-19
FACTS.-Article-IV, section 2, of the Code
provides in part: "No employee whose nor-
mal full-time weekly hours as of July 1,
1933, or the date of employment, whichever
is later, are reduced by twenty percent
(20%) or less, shall have his or her full-time.
weekly earnings as of July 1, 1933, or the
date of employment, whichever is later,
reduced. * *
QUESTION.-Will the wages of an em-
ployee who was paid $25 on July 1, 1933, and
reduced to $22.50 between July 1, 1933, and
the effective date of the Code have to be
"raised to $25 on the effective date of the
section 2, of the Code requires that weekly
wages be maintained at not less than the
full-time weekly earnings as of July 1, 1933
(or date of employment, if later), and any
wages which were reduced between July 1,
1933 (or date of employment, if later), and
the effective date of the Code, must be in-
creased to provide at least the weekly wage
't'(for full time) which was being paid to the
*employee as of Jhly 1, 1933 (or date of em-
ployment, If later).

Recommendations of Fur NRAutliesProcaled
in Blue Eagle Case

S Group -Received for Regional Offices.
_,..(Continued from page 1) "

Un Commission's Suggestion Board Announces Public
Hearing Here on March, 12

The Natiobal Industrial Recovery Board
has made publld the report and recommenda-
tions of wages and hours in, the fur manufac-
turing industry submitted by the special fur
commission under provisions of the Fur Man-
ufacturing Code. A public hearing will be
held on these recommendations on March 12.
Leaving unsettled tIle question of whether
a'classified minimum wage scale, rather than
a single minimum, is desirable in the indus-
try, the report presents a complete set of rec-
ommendatidns for either alternative. '
'Although subscribing to the main report,
Dr. Willard E. Atkins, New York University
professor, one of the three commission memr
bers, appended to it'a personal expression in
which he "doubts the wisdom of attempting
to apply classified wage schedules to the fur
, Other commission members were Dr. Paul
Abelson, chairman, and Dr. H. LaRue Frain.
Dr. Abelson has served as an impartial chair-
man in the millinery industry and- has been
administration member on several Code Au-
thorities. -Dr. Frain is a member of the fac-
ulty of the,Wharton School of Finance,
University of Penfisylvania.
The, commission was authorized in the
Code: after conflicting interests in the indus-
try had been unable to agree on labor provi-
sions and arbitrary regulations had been im-
posed, which included classified wage scales
and geographical differentials. It was In-
tended that the Code labor provisions be
revised following presentation of the commis-
sion's report.
During its investigations, the commission
held public hearings in Boston, Buffalo, De-
troit, Chicago, St. Paul-Minneapolis; Sdattle,
San Francisco Los Angeles, Kansas City,
Memphis, Washington, and New York City.
Additional investigations were conducted at
Columbus, Pittsburgh, Baltimore; and Phila-
delphia. The hearings began October 24, 1934,
and were concluded December 2, 1934. 1
The commission presented the following rec-
ommendations for consideration if a policy of
classification is !adopted.:
1. That, in general, the major branches of the .
fur artcle'manufacturtng industry be treated as a
unit. These branches Include the wholesale and cus-
tom manufacturing of fur garments, the manufac-
turing of fur trimmings, fbr plates. and the repair
*und remodeling of fur garments. The present Code
excludes custom manufacturing, repairing, and
remodeling-by retailers. .
2. That basic hours and provisions for overtime
be made uniform for the entire Industry.
3. That the present basic week of 85 hours be
4. That 10 hours overtime per week for 10 weeks
In a calendar year at one and one-half times the
basic rate of pay be permitted. -
5. That further overtime, at not less than twice
the classified rate of permitted upon appli-
cation to a neutral body providing the applicant
Is complying with the Code, and shows Inability to
obtain the type of labor required. .
S6. That the following areas be established:
(a) For fur garment manufacturers: Area A to
Include New York City. Area B to include Chicago
and New York metropolitan area outside of New
York City. Area C to Include the entire,comontry
outside of areas A and p.
(b) For fur trimming manufacturers: Area A to
include NewYork City metropolitan'area. Area B
to include the entire country outside of area A-
(c) For fur. piece plate manufacturers: That the
entire country be treated as a unit.
7. That the following wage rates be established
S(a) For fur garments--Area A (New York City)
Weekly Hourly
First-class cutter------------ $50.60 $1. 45
Second-class cutter------ 44.00 1.26
First-class operator------------ 41.00 1.17
Second-class operator------_ 35.00 1.00
First-class nailer---------- 39.60 1. 13
Second-class nailer------------ 33.00 .94
First-class finisher------------- 38. 50 1. 10
Second-class finisher--------- 30.80 88
Area B (Chicago and New York metropolitan
area outside of New York City) :
First-class cutter------------- $43. 65 $1.25
Second-class cutter ------- 36.75 1. 05
First-class operator------ 35------ .00 1. 00
Second-class operator--------- 29.75 .85
First-class nailer-----. 233.25 .95
Second-class 0naller-------- __28.00 80
First-class finisher------------- 29.75 .85
Second-class finisher------ -----24.50 .70
Area C (entire country outside of areas A and B) :
Cutter---------------------- $35.00 $1.00
Multi-craft worker------------- 22. 75 .65
Operator---------------------22.05 .68
Finisher--------------------- 21.00 60
Finisher-helper---------------- 15. 75' .45
FIrst 4 weeks--.--- -- 8.05 .23
Second 4 weeks----------... 10 15 .29
Next 8 weeks--------------- 12.25 .34
After 8 weeks--------------- 15.75 .45
(b) For fur trimming-The same rates as In
areas A and B under fur garments, but with the
geoqraphlcal divisions revised so that area A con-
slsts of the entire New York City metropolitan
area, and area B the rest of the country.
(e) For piece plates (entire country treated as a
unit) : Weekly Hourly
Third-class cutter-------- -----$33.00 $0. 94
Third-class operator-----------22. 00 20
Third-class nntler-------------- 28.00 .80
8. That the following exceptions be made to the
classified schedule:
(a) Establishments In area B, employing not
more than two craft workers whose work Is in
direct response to orders or insfructiens of ultimate
consumers, shell be subject only to the general
minimum rate of 40 cents per hour.
(b) Establishments in area C, doing only custom
work including repairing and remodeling, employ-
log not niore than six craft workers. including pro-
prietors, partners, and executives who do craft
work. shall be subject to the wage provisions of the
General Retail Code.
(c) E tabllshments in any area whose fur work
Is limited to alteratlon of fur garments at the Utime
of sale to the ultimate consumer, or establishments
In which such work is segregated from manufactur-
ing of new garments and the repair and remodeling
of old garments, may be subject to the hour and
wage provisions of the General Retail Code.

9. That a neutral body-be set up to consider ap-
plcations for overtime in excess of 10 hours for 10.
weeks per year, and for exemptions from specified
rates In cases of undue and unusual'hardships, and
to make recommendations to the administration
The various labor divisions set up in the wage
schedules are defined.
Other recommendations as to labor regula-
tionu are presented in the report for considera-
tion if a policy of classification is not adopted.
These recommendations are:
1. That all branches of' fur article manufacturing
be treated as a unit.lL
2. That basic hours be 40 per week throughout
the industry.
3. That overtime be compensated at a rate of not
less than one and one-half times the basic minimum
4. That the country as a whole be treated as two
- areas, according to population.
5. That the basic minimum rate of pay be not
lesstthan $14 per week In cities of 100,000 popula-
tion or more, and not less than $12 in other places.
The commission specified that the wages It
recommends under both alternatives are to be
considered as minima only and not to exclude
the possibility of workers,- either by individ-
ual or collective contracts, arranging for
higher rates. -
After presenting its recommendations,, the
commission devotes the remainder of
port, excluding the personal expression by Dr.
Atkins, to a detailed description of the fur
manufacturing industry and the conditions,
surrounding it.
The picture'presented is one of an industry
.concentrated to a great degree in New York
City, composed of small fiercely competing
units so Interrelated .in the nature of their
activities that it is "not feasible to separate
most fur work, either on the basiA of the kind
of work done oi on the basis of-the type of
establishment doing it."
Code enforcement, states the commission,
has met "insuperable difficulties" because of
the impossibility of determining what is
manufacturing for stock as distinguished
from made-to-order work."
A marked variation in wages and hours
was found, with rates paid in' New York- City
considerably higher, :and -hours lower than in
Most workers -are employed only about 4
months a year, the commission found. This
does not mean, however, it continued, that,
when not employed on fur mantifacturing,1the
workers are without any employment, since
many have supplemental work and. others do.
fur work for themselves.
Because of the small cash oiutlay n6eded to
engage in the industry, credit facilities were
reported as meager in a large proportion of
-Despite the comparatively small investment
needed by plants, mobility, particularly in the
manufacture of high-priced articles, is small,
the commission stated.
"In New York City, many establishments
cannot even. leave the heart of the 'fur dis-
trict' advantageously ", it was asserted. In a
few city Mlocks, bounded by Twenty-third and
Thirty-second Streets on the north and south,
by Eighth Avenue and Broadway on the east
and west, the bulk of the Nation's fur work is
done. Indeed, most of the work is done in
two dozen buildings in this area... It is esti-
mated that 10 percent of the 'workers in New
York City are in one building-180 West
Thirtieth Street. This area includes not only
fur manufacturing, but fur dealers, offices of
dressers and dyers, lining establishments, and
subsidiary lines such as pointing and head
work. As soon as an establishment, particu-
larly wholesale, leaves this district, certain
disadvantages arise. These vary somewhat
with the, lines of work done. Manufacturers
of cheap lines may find certain advantages in
places outside the fur district or even outside
New York City that more than offset the ac-
companying disadvantages. The location of
trimming manufacturers is influenced by the
advantage of being near the coat and suit
Citing arguments which can be used against
wage differentials, Dr. Atkins, in his reserva-
tion of opinion, states that differentials "are
almost Invariably highly unfavorable"; that
they lend themselves to'"infinite manipula-
tion "; that their enforcement cbst is prohib-
itive for the industry, as now constituted; and
that "a realistic view of the fur industry
leads to the inescapable conclusion that, per-
haps more than any other Industry, it is in
need of policing if theirules and regulations
which have been prescribed are not to be
flagrantly violated."
.. He further stated the claim that, to be justi-
fied, wage differentifhls must reflect such a
variety of factors as to make the task of ar-
riving at scientific and impartial conclusions
"well-nigh impossible."
Relating in detail conditions which make
enforcement in the fur industry difficult, Dr.
Atkins asserts that "It would seem an act of
wisdom to attempt to establish only such rates
as represent not wishful thinking, but man-
dates to which the NRA intends, and has the
power to compel obedience."
He emphasized the complexity and lack of
organization in the industry and the compara-
tive weakness of organized fur workers as
major factors making enforcement of a classi-
fied wage schedule difficult.

I =. .
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not necessary that another hearing. hb,.i -
However, their recommendations are nibtdbi
Ing upon. the Regidnal Director. "'"
State Directors are still authorized to w.
draw and restore the. Blue Eagle in .a na"
of service trade Codes as well as the Restt
rant Code. .. *'
The procedure for. removal or restorl
of an NRA Insignia is the same whether .'
respondent violated an Executive or Admi
trative Order, the 'President's Reemplo
Agreement, or an approved Code. -::
The Compliance and Enforcement Direct
or on his behalf the Chief of. the
Division, may assume jurlididtion of any c.
pliance case even though such case mar^
before a Regional Comucil or- Rediona']
rector. 4 Ai
Regional offices are as-'fllows: ...'
4: Boston, for, New Enkland States.-.
ton L. Emerson, regional director,' 80 e.l..-
Street, Boston; Mass. '.-i
2. New York, foi' States,of New York an
New Jersey.-Anna ..-M. Rosenberg, .egi'
director, 45 Broadway, New Yoirk, N.:Y(;1
3. Washington, D.' for States of F
vania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, N
Carolina, and District .of Colmblia.-IZ
Martin, acting regional director, 1523 L'.Stre
NW., Washiagton, D. C. '
4. Atlanta, for States of Tennessee, Geoi
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi,,. Al
baua, and Louisiana.-W:. L. Mitchel, :ii,
gional director, 625-637 Citizens & Soute
National Bank -BduIlding, Atlanta, Ga. ,-.
5. Cleveland, for States of Michigan, I0A
West Virginia, and 'Kentucky.-Bexe0
Orowell, regional director, Buikley Buldlp
Cleveland, Ohio. ..- :'"
6. Chicago, for States of.Wisconsin,Ill
* Indiana, and Mlssouri.-Cornellus F. Rum
regional director, '400 North MlchlgauAvei
Chicago, I. -. -
7; Omaha, for States of Ndrth' and SM
Dakota, Minnesobta, Iowa, Nebraska, K''c
Wyoming, and .Colorado.-A. F... Cook,'".
gional director, Saunidera-Kennedy Build-
203 South Eighteenth Street, Omaha, Nebirt-g
8. Dallas, for States of Arkansas,- 0
hams, Texas, and New Mexlo.-oi-Erdt'f
Tutt, regional director,. 920 Athletdic :COiab
Building, -Dallas, -Tex.'
9. San Francisco, for States ofWashig
Oregon,% Montana,. Idaho, Utah, Arizo.a,.:-
vada, and California.-Donald Rens a.,i%:
gional director, Huimboldt Bank Building,-".
Francisco, Calif. .. ..- -'


Architectural, Ornamenti'
and, M miscellaneous rd,
, Bronze Wire, and Mer*..
Specialties Manufacturing-.i
Industry .'
Nos. 84 C%-2 and 165-24 .
FACTS.-It appears from the information'
submitted that the' members of Industry a9e
engaged in the manufacture of the foUowihg.
articles: Grills, spandrels, plaques, memr,-'O:
rials, markers, statues, doors, tablets, .
signs; and the supplementary Code Autlhol;-
ity for the architectural, ornamental an-d
miscellaneous iron, bronze wire, and mental
specialties manufacturing industry, is de-:Z
sirous of knowing Under which Code, namelyii>
the nonferrous foundry or the supplementary, ii
Code of fair competition for the archite- IM
tural, ornamental and miscellaneous Ironit' 3
bronze wire, and metal specialties manufac-
turing industry supplement to the basic COod6
of fair competition for the fabricated'metfa]$
products manufacturing and metal finishing'
and metal coating industry, such meinbea.
should operate. ,'.
QUESTION.-Is the manufacture of th e',
above-named products included under- tbe*\i
definition of the supplementary Code of .a
competition for the architectural, eornameh'lL
and miscellaneous iron,-brone wire,'
metal specialties manufacturing indnslry,'oi)
the ,Code of fair competition for the non-i
ferrous foundry Industry? .;' '
INTERPRETATION.-The definition '.ofd
the supplementary Code of fair competitita4)
for the architectural, ornamental and mIn-ali
cellaneous iron, bronze wire, and metal spe-H
cialties manufacturing industry, Is intert
preted to include the manufacture of the!
above-named products. 4

The Men's Clothing Industry.,,"
No. 15-41, Part I ;;
FACTS.-Bandle' boys and packers dov
work similar to running errands and shipb-l'i'.
ping; not do any work which is re-".i,
quired In the fabrication of a garment, nor i::
are they required to have the skill to do any-."
such operations.
QUESTION.-How shall bundle boys' and"!, ^
packers be classified? 0,|
INTERPRETATION.-Bundle boys.'is ;i '
packers are to be classified as nonmanufiac"'
turning employees. ..

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~-" ~-.-",-.--"-.the rate of one and one-half times the normal Administrative Order X-36, wltth e u' ni '
rate of pay. standing that assessments will only bei
Sffi ial iOrders of'I4L R elating Order 221, granting exemption to to e against those who sell their products' 'tild'
,."..-.." ..., ... Hirsch-Wels Manufacturing Co., Portland, form in which they are defined In. theka
:. to-' .-,-, Par tia*cular C rodes Oreg., frm the provisions of article, V, see- pleineutary Code and not against tIds:'To
S 'o es, Ction A, of the Code, to the extent that it is use their products in their own operaoi
..r', HE lue Eale' prints in 'each isu summaes of administrative permitted 'tp operate the machinery neces- for the manufacture of some other prodnt
pohBIn bi ap v by t sa-y in' the operations, of front and back not covered by said supplementary |
...orders, interpretations, eappointhenta, and bylaws approved by. the seaming, pocket making, sewing on of but- definitions. .S
i.l.ioa,1ihdustrialRe"o"very Board. tons, and making of buttonholes,.'an extra CUTLERY, MANICURE IMPLEMiEE
.Officialorders'areof two types, final and provisional. order shift fora period of4 weeks fom 'December AND PAINTERS AND PAPEHANG
Administration, 'i2'attention peAdtor
i'rovisibnal, .the .time within which objections may be filed is indicated are employed.o o OOL DUSTR 84 N
'.. '".. .' .'"-' .. . Order 222, granting exemItion to ,the LNG INDUSTRY, CodeAu Nq. 84 T
1 -All .protests against provisional orders should be addressed to National Arbeeko Manufacturing Co.,- EBlizabeth N.., 3, a contribution for the period
n- from the. provisions of article, ,,seciop A, basis of contribution for the period.,r.
oerfA6dd Washington, D. C., attetio Deputyad articleVection A, of the Code, to the January I to, June 30, 1935, ,
;-t or fb r'.Code'bncerned; and such 'protests should be received before extent that it is permitted to work 14 oper- DAILY NEWSPAPER PUBEIS'm-
!i :.'ateoiindicate-l. . : ', ators 'on sleeving and fe jling operations, and BUSINESS, Code No. 288: Order 19,j
eP:.( i 'Co0de'0':-apptrovals, amendmentn. :interpretations, budgets. and'., tie. machinery necessary for such ,perat.ons, proving Codd Authority budget arid: bas
metsbtylawsCode" Authorit "membes, a i" tado mplagins an"5 5bhours overtime weekly duringg the period contribution for. the period. from' Januam
ssments, by s Code Auth ity members, and tade complaints anc from December 14 up to and including De- to June 15, 1935.
er. committees, se.elsewhe) ,,',. cember 22 1934, provided all 'overtime .n 'DRESS MANUFACTURING. INDI
: [." '...'' ""excess of 36 hours per week is paid for, at TRY Code: No. 64: O
---..... -""., *' '* -- -- -the rate of one and one-half times the normal o Or '51,approv.ig.,
"rate of pay. .polntment of M. Maurice MandelJ as..cht
RCULTURAL 'INSEGTICIDE AND uant'to the provisions of article. VIII of Order 223, granting exemption to the aalw man:o 6 the Industrial Adjustment A.
dWIDE INDIYST.RY Code No! 275A: /thA Code, provided that during the. effective Hartwell & Co,, Inc., Troy, Y N. from tihe' of the Code AWority iG, Sap. FiraE c
"'.",8; extending the termination date of.' period& of this articled, his annual production rovisins f article I, sectionn A, and Mr. Edward Gross as. acting c.ainc @
nisative Order',- 275 -1.1 to shall n exceed 5,000 pounds of candles. article V, section A, of the Code, to the Code A sthorialy, Adjustng Aencyof
jig.A pril'7, 1935." ', .. This. ofdbr becomes effective 10 days from tent. that it is 'permitted o'oprate Code Authory Los Angeles. Calif
.extent' that it is-permitted .Ito'.operateI .
MERICAN PETROLEUM EQUIP- dateissued.- Order is dated February 5, 8 hours overtime on, December 22, .1934,-at EARTHENWARE MANUFACTURING
-'',INDUSTRY'AND TRADE, CodeNo. 13": 'straight time, provided thdse employees' o-' INDUSTRY, Code No. 322 :Order 30;a1,
$B^Oa6t1B apprbvng list; of occpa'tions : CANDY' MANUFACTURING INDUS- serve December 24, 1934, 'as a holiday. 'proving extension of the cost-findihg mithad
d' hadous 'In nature, ..or detrimental TRY, Code No. 463: Order. 32, ginting Order,. 224 granting 'exemption tb the' as provided in article VII; .' section 1f
'.'.' Ihalth". of. ,.ersons -nder 8 yrs .'.'exemption to Braidley-Smith Co., New Havein, Biberman' Bros.' Inc, Philadelphii, Pa., period not to exceed 60 days fom theni.
I, of..... .. ... .. pi. y ... B. j9 .... ....
. '' ,'Conn $ from the provisions of article III; from the provisions of article III, section A, of te order, pending submsion by the.ile
an ril ,sctb ,o h ode, Atoiyotaowpmn t ril I
SO"FT HAI.. IN'DS TRY-.. Code section 4 of the .Co'de, for, a .period o 2 and article V, sectjon A, of the.Code, to the, Authory of a amendment to artice.i
-ispLeSOFT AItIdtpTeY,Cotee"its Order is dated
I 23: Oder 12, [a roineist'ooceupa-" weeks, beginning December 10, 1934, p'ro extent that it is permitted to operae'its Order is dated Febu r, 1935.. .;
qnA~deine hazrdou in'ntureor' etrl videdonly.,t n4l&'eiioy'eeg shaltI be affected plant ,and wok' cthe- employees tlibreof : LcRCC-WOEAETA~
ilt] o he eathof erdn wier~ by this esehption.T'eodeir povides that houis :overtime per week during' the, -eriod' boe.N.20T: Ode ,apoving
| m to, th -belth"" verons un.er1 suh'empoyes S- ^ 'shal hot bepei-m Cod No..: 201':.'rd 8,!ap
uhenpbes0sa(nt eprited to from.Decepaber 17,4-,934;,up to And' including-.. Authority budget and basis of contribuhal
work of'12 hors perday or 60,. January 2 1935, .,providp4 'all byertixe k~'tepro rmAgs 313
SGOODS. MANUFACTUR o ,.i. 'k, .andthat one 'and.oie-half .worked inexcess% of. 36 hours a week shall' August.2, 95.. ,
ND*USTRY. Code .No. 254 -Orer 18, timeq:,the.normal hourly rate shall be. paid be paid for at. .the rate of one and one-half 2 3 9.;3
mingm'r dated- January 'for ll'hors worked 'in eess .of the maxi- times' the normal, rate of bay, ... FABRICATED' "METAL P'RODUC-
'Q35;, grinting''"eseMptio'n 'to' Wilsoi. mu. 'iecrjbed bythe Code .' Order 225, granting exemption to the Her. MA'UF'ACTURING AND ME -A' FI.
triSpdtd, Good0. Co"Oiciago, 1, CAN.N'ED SALM _IND R, o cules Clothing 0.o;, Columbusl Ohio, from ISHING AND. METAL COATING INDUS
S on.the provisions of article I ,section..A, and TRY Cde' No. 84: Order 1 denying '
i '"bkdin;sdlarrsi'Scu'trers; 30Imachiheo No- 429.' O erl'13,' .denying, a stay, ofA th rUe l V, seti6ri A, of thp Code,.to the :ex- plh pofeatio -f.Kane Manufacturink po.0
Ji6~;indara' jcitesS~mcin'prov4!isidas f:-'ti*I* VII frle S,'f-:ie't Code. atceV ci ,e~nfcu~n o Uno4
Otris,4. I kifitters,' a 10. hand fi.nihe'rs .. ..... tent that It is permitted to work its cutting, .ill;.. Conn.,, for .exemtphon. frrm. the-''
cred.'- -"" ' C -A.NGNING INDUSTRY,' Code Nod 446 and shipping deparmedts, stock cdel.ks, and 'vldionsof'article Il-of the Code, insofaft':.
T'OMOTIVEn PARTS An D.EQUIP' Orde, 44, denying appUdationL of- the Berry-t 6,.button and buttonhole operators and the these p'ovisions. limit the "learners'"to
i g w,*.. `FAr ,rl jT.r. ' I nD fR ", , vle. Cahn uig _Co....Berry. vi e;.Va., for exem p- .mac. nery, necessary in suchb opera ions; 4 percent. of the total number of em ployees ,
;,,'.1, UA, T tI .-,'- from the provisions of.the Code. ',......- hours overtime, weekly: for a period' of,.4 Order 112 .denying application of Wa.l,
.No.1.0q5 Orde0r .-'0 grant3'g ee"emption d ,, R T n weeks from Jauar.y *3 .1935, provided such Manufacturing Co., Ma'ysville, y, for exe'.
e oa'Coyer o.,.:eroit. Mih.,"from CELLULOID BUTTON, UCKLE, 'AND overtime is phid' for- ar .the-'rate of one and tiori from.the pr6visipti ,o'f.article 11 1
provisionss of 'rticd I'l; section 1,'iof, NOVELTY MANUFAGTUIrING INDUS one'half times Ibh'- nprml' r,,t6 of pa. -' tio 3 of. the Code o "' '.-'.
.ode,'..the,'extfent. that no moro tbn 'TRY, Code, No. 4109: Order 12, granting a Ordqr .2, granting exemption to, Osgood "'FEITLIZER INDUSTRW Code o 'V
no .mretL''AsJtyVf h ek.n'o '6 iv. ',xdx4-,rai
ployees .may .ndt ."mode than' 8' stay of th operation' of the provisions of & Sns Decatur, Ill., from the provions of. ..O i 6 grn- a. a' stay- :A,
ieach on: Sunday,-January 6, .1935,'and e article'. III, sections 1,2, and 3', of the Code artil V,' nsection A; of the.Code,,i: to.'tlAe 'po n of' rt VI scr 1 of td
-ir t c' .] '" .." ..".prir t A 5 1935'-ore.....; ist ...... ,,Cc'. f p ro11s1ons O0 artclcie v1.l, .secrecy1 J.. or T-U
.t46e.-same :numiler. ,of empolvees a u- pzl 5, 1935. T e"ote.prvd n i. ..'I zrw. A...
.. e, nates e. pf e -i m. a... 15 13. T- oi extent that, it is- permitted tooperate 'one Code to permit the sale.f felizew
ta'no e 8hursode Sundayi Jen- tbsat no employee shall be'permitted- toR work special anmd one Inchsutto ^i nholgIachine- does not. d.form- to such, gades a h .-wi!9

p .f :^ .' ..ply .o th-..... taton .nd. .,mn~hetero .... it .hudrmi in ,- UUiT~mttdowr thee Wm~o^-^^^ Uo'eS' not cofrm-lto sut gaycf.tes aoperaic
pa 3tv... prided t hce rate. o payxsh.pll- in:' ex.e!. f 48' hours ine ny I' weeks.or.6 'anextra. shift for a. period'of 2 weeks froqm. 'at' the ime' of approval, ofsh sgradyh f
i'e'sA'tbanartw.c62the,.regular rate ofipay. 'da&ys h'.any ,-dayperiod andr'thf -i the 'De cember"7 "934 pbVided an: a'ddtioqal" ",the 'h.-ands of produces,' or theirage'
a ployee."''The brderf-utiler'-tates' etetit aLbasic Code is approvtdd foi; th'ebut- op'iator Is'employed ,. '.. '. Order.'is. dntea .'ebruaue4,.s1935,- and.
cpy there d'isha] l be posted:inthe same tod;.buckle, and novelty manufacturing in- e 27' grant-ing x.. to' aet, XcIIe ec oi0 da thra f .. e
ar. as the llabor'pov.on of the Code; 'dusy.p..ior .to April 15, 1935;' this stay Peabody .& Co.,. Tro, N ,, from tihe o- FLOO.L C' I .MA
'.t.heLrates, of pay. Eand wages, paid for .all shall immediately be recoinsdered :15j' the % .U .. o+ ,H ,. ... I ......- -FLOORiAND WALI.;(A Y: TI L F,.: MX.14
Sthe rates of ja 'wa d fo 'sh im eitey beReoINDerUh visions'ofYarticle IICo sectionfrA, andaearticle, UFACToURdNG INDUSTRY, Code Nd.0
dwoked under this exemptionshall National Industrial Recovery Board to de- 'V, section A, of a the Code ,to.'.the'-stent that. ''Order7 N Rgray oe oNpab
.^ promptly, to the'Aldminstration, and termine,-.wdther.or not its in il pesr Falmitte t.o ork te ml e soi tatinga. c.of
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i is ,"'e , r.. m ;.bl~tlLt.ed t, wo"rkLthe, Omlyee|. of.its 'ULJthe f ri r dj
a -tthe period'. for.whie h thtis exemption is effect. TheC-order also.requires' that' a copy rt ,t of th0 e p rovisions of paragraph 1, section .t
bvxeed a apprbvyd is 'or ly for Sunday, trebf be ostedi a conspici and article XII, of the Cde, tinsofat as the

bQ'[onda w ekd "s-'o y:d tec'"S y, ',t K, e e psedia eonspcTuR]^, us plaei 'oe ti' en' i-e'rm'tt"ed" h t oor'ii i' "u ". b' lie --...s hs h '" el
'thee islatd ofs the' members. of this overtime' on' Satuidday oDece'nOberd 45 a'934v apply tor i deridJ State, county, and nhiunl
urpy 6, 1935, and Sunday Janpary 13, the .plnts of theo members of this. industry. breDvid eed anfl overti 1me r'6 a.paid projects, until' June 16y, d19 ui5. '
", ..h"s.."e-. .1 ... a P th e o e u, ex es t -o u ;.aw e^ sh u .i o o "u r
i5.p.d '. 'CIGA'RCONTAT '. pltrRItsINDUSTn 1, 9 t,
.cote 41l -, avilab..Al.eLa to. the a 0o .NAo rdeNrAI INDUSTR Code for .; at the rate of oe and 'one- half times ,. ALVN.E WARE MANUFAC TU.
Coioder 41,s provde ot i t"heA. 6 r om ... 135.. .. rde, 26, denying. applcation-of.. the normaltrate of;p.ay ,' L A .Code N.L IoZ. .WA MAUFAlU: r .,
Ca ..rpor ationn M auee', o -os., orom the",' Tiited' pCig,.Bonx Co., Pittsh rh, i Pa.,' Order '228, granting. exemnptjod to he4hRp- ING I NDUSTRY,CodNo. 84 Al: Ord.
Sprovis6ns, bf article III,..section 1,. of the for e.emlition "frohprovisions"T. aitic' e w aFal Millsiu Co.,S Chipp.,.a Falls, Wisf tNermatin exempt conferred i n b a'
e- toee 2..0e 0 e y, employees IV"an 2 6f the Code a, f romthe revisions of aitlce II, section 4 A graph '111 of Admilstratvp Order -
.exce d. 200 empe wyes for ont ao e. Cthan IGA MAUATR, IN.U. and article V ,' section A, of, the Code, -to the w th t'w irudestandin .tat n as OpN
Aii ea c:'te r.nuarvTpI T Y'1"- e V --a.**,em, "C A ethatw int iT p it N permted e to operate d to planta,its "wil ..inl .y,. for t.e again .ro a.cho
,0ee Is paid oot-less than twiMe his regu- TRY,' 'ode No. 467:. Order 44,' approvingthat. it' i oprt bnl'- be t lieait thor e w ho .y.
HN34 od plant and 'eork theremployees there tm e'pr cs 'in the,1935. foinin'which,
Itlsate'.for ag-dhours worked d 'in" excess. of higher. percentage.6f slow workers for . . hors s .overtime'duringtheweek enef. 8g are, 'de Ader in tb6 supplementary Code aa
I KING ,UTRY &.S ,,o.v. ... 45 on pr ,. 9 d pay n'ekuy rom during ue 'o endn ug the wee k.e
horrs per wdek, .and. prtivided that a vHeusna.r &Son, Hanover, Pa.,' th .pro. December 22, 1934 provided all tm wrkte' not a linst those who use their products:]:i
pflmof't.his exemption-be. -,posted in a cp- -ided In section 9,. article IV,' of the Code.- in excess of '3 oursa wr wee.shall their own o rations or for the manoufact *ium
uotsplace available to.. all employees. COAT AND SUIT .. INDUSTRY, Code NOw. 'orbed pbarat" t- Urt o-ond o ar ane-hl eieof sha meir bo era io s oo v d be n ,uft
a .u . uz- ,uu ] uueNo be paid for at tied rate- of- one abd 6ne-hft of some other products n~o'covtred b'Y..R
"order also praifIdes'that the. rates of 5:. Order 24, granting a stay of-the opera- times the normal prate supplementary Code ddfinitioes. P :
.o'and the-..' wages, padfor hours. work el 'tionof the 'provisions ofarticle 1, ectiony7, Order 229, 'granting exemption to Tagg GRAPHIC. ARTS INDUSTRIES, Cop'ii
d.d.this" exemption shall be reported ton and article IV, seetan 2, of the to' 'Bros. Shirt Co., Sioux City, Iwa, from the No. 28:. Order 447, anpprovihg budget an.
'..N-atio'.,l n -Recovery Administkation- alln anufacturexs in the' western rea c for provisions of article III, section A., and ar- 'basis of contribution of. the National oi
t6ho fo th e Cod Authority. :This eximp a' period from -December 6. 1934, up-to and ticle V, section A, of the Code, to the exent A authority for the. trade; binding and pAp
ls1& s.only for. the period from December including 6 a. n. De cember 15, 1934, plio- that it is permitted to operate, its plAn; and ruling induAtry, for th'e period from Mad
934, to midndight,.ianuary. 5, 1935. vided 'they vill. conform with the Code .ans work the employees. thereof. S boucs overtime 1, 1934-t'o March.1, 1935.:.'
Bt.sKING INDUSTRY, -Csde- No. 445- amended on October 19, 1934, and will' ay weekly-from December 14 u to eand including HANDKERCHIEFINDUSTRY, C0de N

ING3 'INUSRY posinoatCode -V Neto. 445 TRY oodeo No. 53: Order 2,gatn~xm- 2,13,adJnay1,13,a s1rig, cil t r.fteateting a ivspe ia fcfi
84dr granting' exemption,'to the; Great the wage scale of and ow Torm withy. the Dember 22, 1934, provided all time worked 53: Order creating a special commission
htic .& PaciAc Tea' Co., 'Ne. drk classifictlos of the western area as ie- excess of 36 hours pet week shall be 'paid to study ahd investigate the production'-d
,:rpm the ]prov,.si.ons of artlle -VfI,'.sec- ..flned. therein on and after December 15, for.atthe rated of 'one and on, e-hal.ltines the hliandkerchiefs by mea "s of hand seainj &'
Hn' h'' "fanbd 4ofdthe ode t11"Mrh '" 1934' this. stay. to ai1 e npply ofly /tbo the nolmlo"rafei ofpy. "' .. en hand embellishment in the home Pers.
L_ .. . production of faUl merebaudise and. if any Order 230, granting exemptiohi to the Rhea designated as memberst of lthed comms-
"Order 35, denying application of the manufacturer in said prea should produce Mnnufacturing Co.. Matlwauked, Wis., from are: Charles Green,- International LndAM!
hkino Baking Con Shmokin,' Pa., for emP o any spring merch andise befor e December 5, the provisions of atile II, section A, and Garnint Workers Union; n iomiated :by t fromthe prof sions of article V 1934, it will comply as to its entire produc- article V, section A, of the Coje, to the ex- Lab Advisory Board: andaEdwin : R'or e dp
ons'l and2, of the Code. tions with the western area classification tent tat it is permitted to operate its plant berg, Glensder Textile Co., nomiit'ied
1Order -30, denying application of Rossi and rates as set forth in. the amended Code. and 'ork the employees thereof S boa's the. Code Authority. One additional mt.efn
Rx thers,: Inc., Chelsea, Mkass., for. exemption CORSET AND BRASSIERE INDUS- overtime during the weeks ending December ber is to be nominated by the division.f
.t.he provisions, of article IV, section 1, TRY, CodeNo.7: Order 21, granting.exemp- 22, 1934, and January 12, 1035, at straight' iiniserator- of the textile division of: r1h
section .(), of the Code. .' tion to William MOr lmrn, New York City; time provided' said employees observe Decem- 'Natiunl Industrial Recovery Administr
At'Odr. 37,.denying appllcatlou of Barbara's Vanity Brassiere Co., New. York City,'and J. ber 24 and 31, 1934, as holidays. nion. upon recommendation of the directorr".
Be Shoppe, Des Moines, Ioa, for exemp Berkowitz,. Un'iQ.b City, N. J., from the pro- Ordeit 231, modifying Order No. 118-126, the Division of Research and Planning. Ti

li~r hp'^ f i' 'v"^1" fom te prvisions of article III, 9eto s e(a ction' (b aprove ad dvSeptembe 24 mtesfrte mte oacettertr f1i, -o
bo':from the provisions of article V, se- visions of article V, s sections (a) nd (b) approved September 24, 1934, by.deleting. the commission shall make report of its fidi
S-'2.-an'd 4, of the Code.' ' of the Code, to 'the extent that employees following portion: "In no event, however, ings with recommendations for miniimtfi"A
0,.Order 38, enying applicUation.of the Acme may be permitted,.to wok'not in excess of 'shall the piece rates paid defeat the min- piecework and hourly rates for band sewi
.kg CO., Inco.ln Nebr., fgr exemption 48 hours per week and that these companies mum-wage requirements for the maximum and hand embellishment in the home; Wtil
' provisions of articles IV and V of may be permitted to 'have their plants' in number of hours required by the Code." 30' days from the date of the order. Qrd'
SCode Aprodsuctie operation not more than 48 hour CRUSHED TONE, SAND. AND GRAV- ,is dated February 4, 1935.
:Ordero .39,'denying application of A. during the week ending September 29., 1934. EL, AND SLAG INDUSTRIES, Code No. Order 15,7 m wanting exemption to the
ae ppNasheoll e, aTenn., for ioxemptionode C T 4,from COTTON GAd IENT iNDUSTRY, Code 109: Order 7. approving a interim budgets' ternatonal Handkerchief Co., New r
i:prvi'ioni s of article V ofte Code. No. 118: Order 220, granting exemption to and bses of coutribution for tbeCode Au- City, from the provisions of section5,aLL 40, denying application of the WiU- the Cagan Manufacturing Co., Duluth, Minn., thority and for certain regional, State, dis- V.flof the Code, to the-extent that It Is
;nBaking Co., Estherrille, Iowa, for exemp- from the provisions of article III, section A, trict, and divisional committees for the mitted to accept the return of 161 .dZ6 4
- 'from'the provision* of article IV of thi' and article V, section A, of the CodA, to period from January 1 to March 31. 1935. boxed initial handkerchiefs, lot No. l{tI
,..,-e. the extent that it is permitted to work 2 Order 78, approving standard form for from the Cussins & Fearns Cb., Columibt
I'.ANDLE MANUFACTURING INDUS. cutters, 20 operators, 3 examiners, and 1 report of acoidet."o.
.TRY, Code No. 302: Order 10, granting per- presser, and the machinery necessary for CUT TACK, WIRE TACK, AND SMALL HOSIERY INDUSTRY, Code NA,"x':
miin to A. V. Small, Augusta, Kans., to such operations 8 hours overtime weekly STAPLE MANUFACTURING IN DUS- Order 19, ertendlp g for a period of 30'
%fiis~till and use productive 'machinery for for a period of 2 weeks from December 6, TRY, Code No 84 Ni: Order 7, terminating, from January 26. 1935, the stay grantl
1We purpose of manufacturing, candles, pin- 1934, provided such overtime is -paid for at exemption conferred in paragraph .III of Order No. 16-17, insofar as the provl
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of article IV, section 6, of the Code. apply trative agency of the Ithird district, for the Order 188, approving lowest reasonable SCHOOL SUPPLIES A-ND EQUTPME
to the Forest City Knitting Co., Rockford, period from January '1 through December costs for Division No. 19 for that part, of TRADE, Code No. 20iL: Order 9, nomln
IcE ICode No. 4 O 31, 1934. ,: Fulton County, wdst of 'the Mobile & Ohio the following persons to have their ii'
INDUST ,PRINTING EQUIPMENT INDUSTRY Railxoad, Kentucky, for Trade Arep No. 16-C. placed on the bailkts fi- the election. ._
|:ICE INDUSTRY, Code No. 43: Order 71,, PRINTING EQUIPMENT INDUSTRY Ia~5a enu~y o^T'd~e*rolh*^cdA^" f d e ddd.::
:".grattingopplication' of Milan Ice & Fuel AND TRADE, Code No. 257: Orderr 19, Order 189, approving lowest iretsonable divisiohil COde Autnority, ais cain&dktt
Sa ctn' o Miain c Fel ANDTR DEod o 27 Orde costs for Division No. 19 for McCracken large: Arthur Flanagan,. Pail Weiii*-;A..
Co,, Milan, Tenr., 'for permission to eiect granting 'exemption-to tbe Harris, Seybold, County and' that pbrt of Marshall County Underk'Afer, and.W. 0. Saggs..
awd operate a cn ie manufacturing Plant Of Potter Co., Cleveland, Ohio, from the pr northof an east and west l 6's
a-capacity net to exceed 10 tons daily ari6 visions of article III of the Code, for the o Calvert, Ky., tIn Trade Area No. 1 SHOE LAST AND 6SHOE FORm-
a 300-tor ice storage at Gibson, Tein.. period from January 12 through January Order 190, approving lowest reasonable. DUSTRIES, Code No. 405: Order 19; Jrni
INW'USTRIAL SUPPLIES AND MA- 13, 1935 insofar as these provisions apply costs for Division No. 19 for Ballard and igeremptlon to the Crawford McGiego'id
CHINERY DISTRIBUTORS TRADE, Code to 14 especially skilled employees engaged 'Graves Counties in Trade Area No.. 16-B, Canby Co. Dayton, Ohio,-from lbhe provif
N No 61. Order 15, approving itemized budget on a ,rush order. The order provides that Kentucky.. . of article III, section 1, .of The Code t.*ori
and equitable.. basis of contribution for'tthethe additional Working hor o these e- Order. 191, approving lowest reasonable period of 3 weeks begihditg January5
period frum .December 8, 1934, to December ployees shall not exceed 16 hours in excess costs for Division No. 19 for Trade. Area. No, tefmilnabg Februhry .15, 1935, to the'
19 -of the pirbvipions,of article III, and that at 5 Louisville and Jefferson County, Ky. necessary to permit .not more than 11 io
7, 1935.. least one and one-half times the regular rate. Order 192, approving lowest. reasonable aker and pattern'gaders 17 trner
INDUSTRIAL WIRE CLOTH MANU- shhll be,. piid fpr .additional hours worked cots for Division No. 19 oar Lexsngto,. inn "finishers, 13 .hlingers -and a-ssemblersJi7
T FACTURING INDUSTRY, Code No. 84 A5: on' Jaudary 12 andl twice the regular rate Fette County, Ky., including therein all Platers, 11 grindrs'an'd. Polishers, and''h
b o u ,- o J a n a r I.s id e c o r s to W o rk i y f 1 b l a r e "t h a n "6 ," h ',u j
Order., approving appendix establishing trade for additional hours worked on January 13, territory within 4 milesof irs courthouse, in sters 1 r a o lib ..sad -
practice provisions for' this industry, which 1935 ,'If t1:e Work on thlis special order is Trade Area-No. 6 uie o. any ioneoeeok..o-e. in hoeUtw n r .an5'.' hiio-
is a subdivision of the fabricated metal completed in less than the pedrlod stipulated, Order 193, approving lowest reasonable- riod or '6 dayslnanyone'week for april
Sproducts- manufacturing and .metal finishing this exemption automaticallyy germinates on oostsfor Division No 19 for Ban on .C f not more than 10.days provided that 3,
and metal coating. Industry. :. .. . th 4te -ti work is o0tn .-... ; .ra e... 1 'a W .arrn .un y ia tha%
an thet .9e.iewr opeeL; .". i r', .,n ,:in* '." 1,ehmp~oyeeis6-p~if botiledstan:a.
KNITTED OUTERWEAR .INDUSTRY, UBLIC TING; -INDUSTRY, 'Codb Trade Area No. 13, Kentucky .hn. -. hiorwal rate of pafor all hours .wo7
,tIlN Dla !, S E A' :~ ~ k T r a de/; I ~ .o ~ e i -. I . X f y ., . .b . ,.. . .O,
i COde No'. 164: Order 36, granting: a stay .of No: 477:. Order 15, approving Code .Autboritiy. Order 194, app roving, .lowest reabonalile.. in.esees of,.the manum^hou pesc
.'the operation of the provisions of.section (a). budget- and. basis iof, contribution for the tostsRor Division No. 19 for. Clark\ County in t.e Code:. The order 'further reguire.S
Sof article VI-, insofar as they, apply to hand period froth July 23, 1934, to May 23; '1935. Madiso and Esttil Counties, .Mercer ..d the above'- named'compay.y qs.a urisnI
Knitting as described in te section; and -, Boyle counties, and Washngton an-nder- oe Authority with ..le4 report sh.
: sections '(b) and (,c) of article VI, and .ap- .RESILIENT) FLOORING. CONTRACT- "son Counties, Ky:, in .Tirade Areas,7, 8-A, 9-A' i such employee
-proving regulations for homework production. ING. DIVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION, i and .9LB;i'espectively. s.... uanttopthia;exemp.tion, .. '.
LAOCE MANUFACTURING N..STR InDUSTRin ', Code No.- f ,24.J: .rde .11, Order ,198,'. nodifyng lowest.- easonable ,.-SHOVEL, DR'AGLINE, -AND POR
Cpde No.i6: Orde r fINDUSTRY, g r an' ting etensionaoftim e'fopeotminatio n cs as approved by 'eiNat"iioa i'd'stral Ip.INDUSTRY, CodeN, 12 Ordt'-'I"if
g, EIIAEFL EGH DA npranugrp e *euLo -of. Amnine tr aeti Oderm280-123. r* ,v ** n-1 *.*.*:, o Inm o'rir~rt ape
o' tNeT 6:r Owder 18, a granting application of the lowest reasonabld,percnateh ge of' over- Rec6very Board. ':. 0''\".,, '. ,- "mr'f nv rules and r'egaaN
a ce rtatrow Faorics Cot, Reading, Pa., for dhead costs- dai the period from 1927 tQ: 'Order 199,-authorizing anam'ebdmEat to -pursuant't o theprovisions of article''',
6-.i'g t h e . . . . . o f th e . . os ts d u ri n 'th e p, 't r aod e C ig ,d.e'. r e a N] 0 O reand m n s R t l r n 1:2 ..h d Cpd0 vos 6 ir
ta certfcate to auowit to install 63 Barmen 1932, inclusive. This: ge nsion is .-granted' th t p..c...e c pi n bf p section 2 (g) of tCodnrodrntd tlleT r
se to,, he C de t0 A pril 3I, 1 3.t'd S
laet macbin es in accordance dwithnirticle XI .t .- 1.3 cedure "'fr D. ivis o al Cd.e. -Au.thoNty- No changess are, incorporated isertf
Oction 2 .. Order S ,tArmiating exemption conferred- as airovea o' Aminstrive Orer No'o wo rds, o a i. eqwd by he C, "'"
LEGITIMATE FULL LENGTH DRA- -Iin ppargraph III, -of Adminlstrdtiv Order 280-123.. ., .. word lntbrmatior"'wlie t i
PMATICd AND 3 MUSICAL THEATRICAL. -, so nht inemerswu be rofured- to, .- O order .20, di proving. :dedarato of-'......... . ".. .....
INDUSTRY, Code No: 8: Or der 11, extend -'cotbie their proportonate- -sare 'f the' .rgenb d"yDjv sionai oCode Authr- ... STEAN D AR TIN NG . ARIREL
i"." -'ng theo existence of the committee provided.- qosts of administerfng the: Code, notwitb '.ity Nc 8 f~r Tade Area Nb 40 Orleans DRUM- .ANUFAITURING INDUST
`:^ P^^ -oi 0 5^ v 'w Noi ~'-ra''Aea X 4,'r~i
.for and named i'n. the. Adtinistrhtive order standing their principal line of buulnes.5 is Counaty .. yrCode.No-4Z Owde'.'3, approving is-
I\wfhieh approved the aLo ended Code, date od e otber industy' ' t .o e Order 201, modifying lowest reaisouaible'. pet ory d Code Authority boudget.and .
.October 22, 1934. This extNDsiop isAE. t 'oroati o rTi h aee costs for Divia io 'No3 .for hbt-he fwigas. Cdoo otio r, t he per ia rom....o
a,.GIN S ,o N 51 -~the RESTAURANT fo INDUSTroe Code No. co trade areas at o O, onbutio3 for the period from I1o^v S
period of.30 days -from February 52 1935.. :: Ofde 110 driving a itip 2 'O1p n,: f a!Pied Olinty ad.Kent County eich-------,-; '-,.br2 1934, to Junpes, '1935t -.; '--.
MACARON 'INDUSTRY, Code Noh-234" 'ler's Cafe, Stf. Joseph, MIo:,; 1fr eixeitionr Order.. 20%. ,modifying. lowest, reasonable' STEAM: .HEAT.iiG EQUI.PME-,NT..,rI
'Order 24. denying appo'licatione, of Thp' Pfrtiff- .' from, thb Provisions of aticle V ,section 1' df Vcots or DiviOn INo O ats'a e .o D.US: RY Coe No' 2-.9Order .t
m.a E.ggt N-ol, Co, Clveland.... i, 'r. the :ootade ,2 consisting of Bioklilyh anord -tat p'aet- of .... n.Ixemption; ':o rred 'in paiagrap-li
L.' ... :man Eg-g NooleC., Clrevelandl Ohio, trhe'V :.'Code... ..... r. :. Q:',fteetl. County .lyiug`Lorit~h.,0f JFdrsPrko Am. ;rt~,qdr -,_6',I tAbiY "
exemption from the provisions of'article' V- REtAIL Fode AND GROER TRAO 'Queaen ont lying north rest Park of dnnd Od :3 So Athat
-section 2 frthe - '. e.t, .l t .iti ltha ea 2l,,aOd Uihoti piae New.ofe Yor h e s -.e bo.e r f.uiedd .toto.nritdbutoithbli jt
., .e nu rorp." Cde-.No.182: Order o62, graniting a, s ptaylo -torder :203, .modifyinnsg.lp.wvst .reasounable po rOi onat sr e asi of. tthe costflof thadne
M.t .AN UFAC URING. AND-WHOLESALE the ipeiation of unLform hour agiteement for.. cost e foiDivision :No .3 for thbe .folldwting he ode ihtading 'ihcle i f
(:,I SURGICAL INDUSTRY, Code No. 501: Orr s..the retail food 'and. grocery- estiqbltsli ent trade areas':.. 'Onondaga Dountyy, Oange of tfsins. i-msope-tlieindsy
F;ider 9, approving COode Authority. budget nd of- Portl'ind Oreg., until 2:'0a 'Pai Coty; Jefferson agnd.Lewes 'Cotnunies, Gab-'- t"&'nia ii1ion1'Apii on ly'to-thbos who' ji
basis of contrition for'. the period from stan'ad -, 4me, oMarh '1,- 1935, proevif.ed at essLRounty; Cdent.y,; Oswego Cn- -3 tiicde tie 2.rhder 13".thiiflutrY".. dod
,4August .22, 1934 to June16, 1935. t -.. the Portand, Ore6k., focal food'-an,:'grr0cery-, ty and Brbome, CoiarUtlnd 'Cheoai gdt1 ego, -. -is su rre. .". : ".- :.-" '-:"
im:.MOTION Delaware, andSR. Still Y.;^~S ~^^^ -.andK ^^ S
MARIE. EQUIPMENTr4 o ,mAn UFte.ega dLstibucors' ,Code. Authority sblc in'red;- Delawareand SULlivan:rCou'ffntiesiN. o and %: STEEI PACKAGEti INTFAC.tU
orde, dated, July 2, .- 13 ganig xm pto - ,'tel'- 6,ll daymeet i or of d rthie. o .ep aionf.': . "'" : ', ""l- l to in I i"' P lR ... o-. se. wh, m' i"-
K:to ,ema ..w/Iln A .seen o.-,'o hssa. Y g i. the- connse ofC hemung .Toomp s, ,at~ dhe N' o t 'd ," Or idesry .orsa
-TURING INDUSTR, Code No- 509 rd tel- all aI'meetink -of ll reifod nd' ie Con ifCheung, Tomp ins. -INDUSTRY, Code No. Y: ... .OrdI..
1 tND UTR, ao.dep. of .Order.. grocery estabhhen within' the area a Schuyler, and that part of southern Seneca odng s op iehtarj ode'Authoritybu-
estanbishments ibtion- the Lteu ..h.. lrsa Code b"
from.and alp r J Dnuaryr. 24, 13., stn&. ,. ~ecred: and -a- poll-sbalt be t of, l -ad; Including the townships of. Romulu, Ovid, 'pt angd- bisd o t' co tritbution. for t hn f
aftther provi of aryth 2 1Cd aste establishments in the form of a s'tatement- Lodi Covert, i n'd, Varick, N. .. eai th fNae, f co rbo 2 the Vr' 1934;to Juneo'_ 16 5';-
ineprovBrdock or n eg edo m ofd ONME: he ni hour agr-.'l", in "-rP !a& an a 'p'. --". nd s 4 "t-'," "
inistr.t..e Orr N........ ,-, sign ed-by each.estabis iment, ethe-ap rov towisbfpr :of Sodtli Waverly, Say4e, and. SL. TUBULAR AND '-
'.No 15: Order 57, denying application' of lated 3i:s ofr, this poll shaltl e verffied by ELRY TRADE, Code 1. 60: rder 355 Code No. 62 Order '13,! terminating.pem1
tihL <*134 aacracewt h r Ameii6Nan Cemeter.Oncers3, Aesoci -dtatio for r^f11 P"~oe forre th in food'ra Ill of..JL A 1111TRTG.
gW.ender & Goldstein, Inc., New. York .Ci,.'- the State.NaA ComphanceDirector -nod- that cdhfirmifi g autlhrity, granted 'to the dbpuir Lion conferred in paragraph.HI of.Admi.nir
for exemptof from the provisions of aticle the verified tabulation together with a 'cer administrator an lisonJa tecbial rativer, Ore ,' so. t members.
I 6, s of the Code -. --,tifedl' cony of the minutes of -the meeting bsitnt-tn a Npo nl ,aoe AtER riTe be required ftocont.'bute. their prop rtion
M".OFiONC E.P....UI E INDUSTRY, Code ".. shall be forwarded through .th -national food. in bhAlIf of the Na tio'al 5ndfOtrda- a.ecov- .share of the 'cost of admI teing he'Io
2-M 4I: O.DUeT, cor e NirmuiT. odeg 2. inod grbcery'distfibuitors' Code 'Authority- ., d a. .. notwithstanding their principal 'line of ib..A...
telegraphicr the Napidnal -Industrial Rhcovery'Board not is 3601
,'. Order" 360'. approung drtension of JUris- e in sm ,,e .dsr. Thi .-
order natedluy 2, 1034, granting-exempion Iater rcsn 1fr d- prior to the asiopiration' ,'dici ', 1th4, grnca retailo Code A oi. mination applies, only to those .who, N
nv. Ore d t later than 3, prion to the f- co . 93teto June 15,1ocal re[l"lode,,Auhrity,, . A . l
;to Herman J. irown, Inland Amusement Co., of this stay. '. .. ,n a t oveig corpate lits facture the products of the industry fory sal s
.New Majestic Theater, Nampa, Idaho, fro (om t-is .. Sty -a'- and "Ca-l".-n" d r' eq i. ,6 asdpet -s-eS
fhe provisioius of article VI section 7 (a), otf RElTAIL 'JEWELRY TRA d o, tohRe.o o f city of Sna b a if as suc. h.. ,-,... ,ect
cde. 142 1 Oder 56, approving 'Code Authoriliy Order 358 graning a stayto and' including SULPHONATED OYL MANTiFAT .IA..
rder.46 denying application of A budget and, basis of tonibutio d th d the first day- od May1938, of the piovi9ons, ING aNDUSTRy Code GNo: 469: Ordbr
Gallabqr. lessee. operating the Bradoc "rid from Januane 1-to June 16 1935 relati1hg tb company scrip set. forth In artielb' 'approvig Code Aitbority budget 'aid b'
Oanlabr, lessee, operating tne Braddock ." Y% 'r"'''" "" '"'
Theaer .. ..addock. Pa.:.-for.xemption.rom.-.RETI...OR, C. IX, section 4, of tbe..Code tor the retail trade, of contribution for the perlo4 from 'Niy,'I,"
,bmater,. Bsraddoock, Pa.,,.-or exemption from RETIAI MONUMENT IND~US TRY- Code 'o tt~|'v l P f-t 4 fh6. Code fair, 19 t' June, K 1935.` X
Die TRAimum wage see set for that theater No. 366: Order 23, depyig application of the the tlwr trde, nd aatiTcle L sec- PaV-'' s 4noal t o .o9 t 16,a198 4 III .-'1
on May 10, 1934, in acordance with the pro- Amerlcan 'Cemetery Owners, Associat on3ft for t he retail j.welry tr d aa attel Ig 1e8 s -e h o -..,
B~W.t ofSRY Code, erayad 140..27r:vii Or1dfr h inbaa Odr6, rntm;asnyo i o-vs'n lce. inl-ek wses rivng9 pn1e.,
-iP... .v a.e ...... ....... copie ta oto f o hp ....... h .... etqa1 nodnd 2 ;wic, .nrae h spnle
isions of article IV, division C, part .1, see- exemption from the prov'isiohs of artcne I 1 don 3, ofrth Co th r foo and DUTR o TLA uaC., .Tn..G:.
n b2 ftheCod s,. -, = application ot Meute & Co., In, a'van
ron6 subsection 'b) 2, o d s section 2, of the Code.- -e r 'a. "'D UTRY, COde" S : Odr 1 I
of. the ...... .RETAIL TRADE IN THE TERRITORY a.. a hco 'S-elmaMuter& Co, Inc6 Sev'anjrin
ING INDUSTRY, Code No. 89: Order 12,. No. 280: Order 184, appro g loWest reason -gCode Au rty b idgetad. bsis of con- NC for exem n rom'the provision
proog aur 6 95*noa'stes 9f rn n N Icoa onies I n that Coder Auhority -budgeticl s OfA sctn- N ftyor, themproio'ns ofarotlile IV, W6l'
1qrminating'exeaption granted by Admin- table costs for Division No. 18 for Trade Area tribution for the period from -October 15, artcle IV of the Code .-
isbratiiv Order No.'89-4 to Remington-Rand, N-o. 3, consisting of the follo'tihg counties in 1934, to'June 15,'1935. .
Ic., :New York City; Royal Typewriter Co., 'Alabama: .(Group 1) .Laudrdrdale, .Colbert, ROAD MACHINERY' MANUFACTUR- 'TH.RO ING INUSTRY, Code 0o; '54 A
Inc., New York eCity; s L. C.' Smith and Corona Frauklin, and Lawrence; (Group 2) Lime n STRY, Cddm' N. a n rder24 Order 26; granting permission to the Ftlon,
typewriter, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y., and t U- stone, Morgan, Madison. and Jaon approving regulations defining rerisdtle values S M :, NewY ork City, to Install.
derwood Elliott-Fisher Co., New York City, (Group 3) Marshall, DeKqlb, Etowe., and ofsecond-hand or'old equipment.- 3, 128 Atwood iiplner spindles; 5o0,;.V--B
. ... that e u mh n ...i... spm.dles; and o640 winer spindles, allseaio.
.arm the provisions of section -12', of the or- Cal oun. DKb, '- R MANUFACTURIN ubes an'd.wdb si nDe de, ar2s e t
tide on hours of the Code..' Otder 185, approving mine costs of anthr-ond-band me'i nei.y. in its pant. :- ""
S ,-,*eeite coals rnd plant costs of coke. i fr DIve TRY, Code No. .156: Order 00, cancelti:g Ad- Order 27, granting permission -o. .i A
|erd. soiftewroptisp ci te oals; and piclant Costsrd and colie- l stay -retire OrdersNos. 15- 21 the P1080-9 kikl UUA. PIA D OT
PACKAGl NG MACeHInERY inum tRic Sion No. 22 for the Cleveland, Ohio, trade ifst-raive orders Nos. d5-2l anod, 174-9, Straaten & Harvey Inc. Germantowd, Per u'
WND TRADE, Code No. 72: Order 20, ap- area ". 9 issued July 10, 1b34t, establlshing a rubber delphia, Pa,' to install in udts plant 4 dotibgi 4
roving Code Authority ex penditures for Order 16 roving lowest reatsonle i.lury lbor board ' deck twisters having 184 spindles each to re;-..
'9, ths of January, February, and Marchr cot for Dsio N 19 for the onthia o Order 1, grnting a sta of te orovisio place 5 single-deck twisters having 92 spindles-
I.... u g ayd area, whi ontompriss othat orton t r of tte IA -I,secio" s and 2- each" which. increases the spindle eaphacityi -
Ky.," from July 27, ; to June 16, 1935. r 'that portion so n 14, of prodeionsofar as t- 1 .. -.' *-
-lOrider 22, granting exemption to the Stand- Trade Area No. 3 located in Harrison County, b insofar a s .suc.. provisions probie s b y e'6 splndes.. .As.;
ardKnapp Corporation, Lon. Island City, in with 4 miles of the court house dating. Thin s stay to become effective 1 ' .fcur, 10,',
Y.Y from the provisions of article VIII of Order 187. disapprovilng cost determine day frm date of orfer. Order is 'dated TILE CONTRACTING DI8 SION .0
hei Code, for the period from January January 26, 1935. THE CONSTRUCTON INDUSTRY, odb
gg~dea ath 6e~~g, fara~at~s: tl o dnsmiebyandivisionallaCode Autol thN Order 63, granting a stay .of the provt- No. 2o44 e Or'der%1,io~ gtantog~l a diP0`AL,.`b
through January 16, 1935, -insofnr'as these 119 for Grant and Nicholas Counties and that Ore63ganngasy-othpod-N.24H:reifgatgattprzr
'ovisions apply to 9 skilled assemblymen portion of Harrison' County''stuated more slons of chapter VII, article V-A, sectionS, stay of the provisions of article IV,,rule
engaged on a rush order. This order pro- than' 4 miles from the courthouse in Cynthi- to all members of the mechanical rubber- of chapter IX, .of'the Code for the construe&
tidsmlyes tb shead l- iortieeg hours ofr ana, K'., in Trade Area No. 3; and Jesse- goods division for an indefinite period from tion industry insofar as they apply to'idd
ay it emlyess l nofth exced3io os ert mine, Woodford, Franklin, Scott,woknd Bour- the date of this order, so far as .the manu- eral, State, coubity, -and municipal proJectKs-j.
in seces of tha provisions of article mon Counties, Frd that n portion of Fayette facture and sale of metal-lined rubberized TRUCKING INDUJSTRY, Code No0. 7T8
I, section 1 (a) and (b), of the Code. County, situatedl more than 4 miles from the gasoline hose is concerned. Order is dated Order 153, dejiking petition for 6xemtio*'ii
-And that at least one.and one-half times the courthouse in Lexington, Ky.. in Trade Area January 31, 1935. : from the provisions of article V, sect"P'
2tegular rate shall be paid for all hours No. 6; and Montgomery, Bath, Rowan,'Meni- RUBBER MANUFACTURING INDUS subsections 2 and.3, of the"Code, stibmite
p.#ioked over 40 hours per week and 8 hours fee, and Powell Counties, Ky., in Trade Area TRY, Code No. 156: Order 64, gtanting a by Bliun-Mdrtill Co., Bostod. Mass.
it day. Also, if the work op this special No stle stay of the operation o the provisions o
-'- h rdr s omleedInles ha Nte 7; and Lincoln, Garraid, and Rockeasl stayA,' ofIT thAprtonoNhDrviin f -
sb order"Is completed In less than the Counties, Ky.. in Trade Ares No. 8: and chapter VI, article Ill-A, sections 4 and 5,
'l.lod specified, this exemption automatically Mlarion and Taylor Counties, Ky.. In Trade of the Code, for an indefinite period 0ath PRONGED RIVET MANUFACTURING 4,
terminates on the date the work, is com- Area No. 9; and Hart. Greene, Metcalf, and such time as the members of the heel and INDUSTRY, Code No. 84 ZI: Order 8, k..d.
Pl-ted. Edmonston Counties, Ky., In Trade Area No. sole division adjust themselves to a more Proving Code Authority budget and basis otB'
-PLASTERING AND LATHING CON- 12; and Simpson, Allen 934, to June 3, 1935. October" .
CTrlNG DIVISION OF THE CON- Ky., in Trade Area No. 13; and Todd and visions of this chapter. 1,95'
Oer 9, approving Code Author- 14; and CaLloway, Carlisle, and Hickman BLADE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY, INDUSTRY, Code No. 408: Order 30, extend'd.
t bg ap n ba sis of contbi fCounties, Ky.. and that potion of Marshall Code No. 489: Order 17, granting a sta1y of ig the time of the. fact-finding commisalh -
floge ad frmuls7,194 to Jotiutine 16, 1935 Coc.tnty south of an east and west lItne, 6 the operation of the provisions of article in whlch to make .its report, to'y i
;: i'lo 7, 934 tomiles south of Calvert City and that prirtioji VIII, section 14, of the Code, insofar as these 1935.
.:PHOTO-ENGRAI-GINDUSTRY, Code of Fulton County lying east of the Mobile provisions affect sales made by members of .Order 81; granting exemption to- theri.pit$t ,
0b 180: Order" 47, approving budget and & Ohio Railroad in Trade Area No. I6, thIs industry for delivery .outside of the elated Apparel Muinifacturers, Los Angeles,.., ].
Il~s of contribution for the Code of adm~nis- Kentucky. United States or any of its possessions. (Cosilnuwl on pieges, coliimn~ 1) ..

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: iiristritfve- Orders
.;..,. .(Continned frompage 7)
frbi the provisions of article III, sec-
.J.of I the Code, to/'the extent that .all
erar o.f this association located in the
of: California be permitted to employ
daring employees 8 hours per day
ldra per week, and 5h hours per day
-dper week, Vrovided that In no case
.Iftite rate of pay bo'less than the mini-
90'.vage provided in the Code,; and that
"tifactiers 'subject to the Code in the
-bf-California, be. permitted to operate
er'the terms of this exemption, if desired.
*ld&No. 380: Order 11, approving Code Au-
ity budget and basis of contribution for
period .from April 15,--1934, to June 15,

tKNG INDUSTRY, 'Code No. 82: Order
ting exemption td the Dodge Steel
Eh cony, Philadelphia, Pa., from the pro-
i of article 1il of the Code, provided it
comply with the labor provisions of the
h tfot'tbe steel castings industry, and pro-
it :shall the valve and fittings
acturing.-industry Code Authority any
erial' "increase In the number of man-
i.i'fs' used, in the processing .of products of
-E' Z'Code 'No. 196:.' Order ,49, grant-
UiLfurthez .stay of the taking effect of an
dent to -the first paragraph of article
a'setion 12,- of the Code. This stay Is
f'ted. for .-a period of 30 days from Febru-

&UjNG WDUSTRY,. Code No. 291:
I '",apprbvingjIlst ."of hazardous occ$
J .tsfom' whidlch, minors under 18 years of-
`...' be excluded. '
1 Code No. 339: Order':10, approving'list
aazr'dous occupations--rom which minors
&i 8IS'years of.. age shall be excluded.
946er 41, granting exemption to the Cleve-
-$Wovrsted. Mills. .Co;' Cleveland, Ohio,
l ihe proviiis 'of. the "first paragraph of
.e III for employees in the burling and
:i department. This exemption is for
eod from January, 28 to .February 20,
d"'permits' the'-employees 'In the- de-
efnts dbove mentioned to 'be employed
&iirs pe, week, provided tinie and one-
ld'all lhe.-pidi for 'all bou: worked In
;o,0 .ho.urs.perq .week. .-.......... .
ST'Code So. 473: Order,6, approving Code
0o.tit budget and bais bf'!contribution
itej'peilod from August 1, 1934, to June

e96 '__ _

ldePractice Co'm-

hlits Plans Approved
re' National; industrial .,Recovery Board
roed, during .the 'past week, plans for
organizationn .of agencle', and procedure
n6t.-eandliingof trade-prsactice -complaints
g within .the, following industries:
-ed-Stone;, Sand, and Gravel, and Slag
'du"stries-Albany District No. 2 of Region

S..Arts Industries (Commercial Relief

g.and 'Ringer Manufacturing Indus-
I. Oil Burning Equipment Mannfac-
g .Indutry.
tIhing Fixtures Industry.
Long, Granule Manufacturing and Dis-
'uting Industry.
P&. Razor; and Safety Razor Blade Manu-
uring Indristry.
fl, the Hand Machine Embroidery and
e:the: Embroldery Thread and Scallop Cut-
g Industries..
'Air Register Industry.


44Papeer and Pulp Industry
*.'. : No. 120-45
'-tFArCTS.-Article IV, hours of labor, see-
t zi- (0() of the Paper and Pulp Code reads
: llows:, .. :
"-T..9ur workers in continuous process oper-
EI:: Eight (8) hours in any 1 day and
Bav.erage of forty. (40) hours per week in
.'v:.Period .of thirteen (13) consecutive
; provided, however, that additional
usmay be worked * *"
.UUESTION.-What workers are included
ne the category of tour workers as the
trials used In this section?
.ZINTERPRETATION.-Tour workers re- all workers who are engaged in a
...ontir.uous operation or Occupation that re-
"ip)4res more than one working perod in a
*.bFt^ oftwenty-feor (24) hours and who may
h$ibrotated, on the basis of fixed periods or
'a as to the portion of the day in which
.11 work.-'

Code AuthObrity Members Approved

The National Industrial Recovery Board
approved, during the past week, the following
selections and appointments of Code Author-
Ity members.
Robert M. Bowes, Indianapolis, I pd., and
W. F. Veech, Rahway, N. J.,' as noiassocla-
tion members.
New York, N. Y.; H. A. Parks, New Haven,
Conn.; John Tomajan, Worcester, Mass.;
0. 0. Larson, and B. F. Lawrence, Jr., both
of Sterling, IlL.
Worsfold, New York, N. Y.; S. F. Rockwell,
North Andover, Mass.; and' H. C.'Coley,
Worcester, Mass.
strong, Lancaster, Pa.; Peter Binzel, Jr., New
York, N. Y.; H. H. Bruns, New York, N. Y.;
R. P. Champney, Detroit, Mich.; John Coyne,
Long Island City, N .Y.; L. H. Diehl, Detroit,
Mich.; Arthur B. Dodge, Lancaster, Pa.;
L. C. McAuliffe, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 9t. R.
Mitchell, Detroit, Mich.; Charles Njeuman,
New York, N. T.; J. G. Petrosino, Brooklyn,
N. Y,; H.- W. Prentis, Jr., Lancaster, Pa.;
and G. 0. Woodworth, New York, N.. Y.
.INDUSTRY.-R. M. McCandlish, Kansas
City, Mo.; W. E. Long, New Orleans, La.;
B. 'Deubler, B. Musick, and L. A., Lambert,
all of St. Louis, Mo., as -members of the
District Qode Committee for District No. IV.
ING. INDUSTRY.-Fred W. Gage, Battle
.'Creek"'Mich., 3-year term; H. G. Hoff, Chi-
cago, Ill., 2-year term; A. R. Flower, New
York, N. Y., 2-year term; R. R. Myers, Des
Moijis, -Iowa, 1-year term; and R. T. RowelL,
Loidsville, Ky., 1-year term.
more, Brooklyn, N. Y., and A. 0. Buttrick,
Minneapolis, Minn., elected to succeed .them-
selves at the end:of their terms which expired
January 1,. 1935..: 'I
David E. King, Columbian Bank Note_.:Co.,
Chicag6, il.; Albert L. Schomp, Amierican
Bank' N'ote Co. Ne W", York, N. Y.; George A.
Field, ..Hamitn.-.Ban N.ote Co.,. BrooklJy,.
N.-Y.; and John P. Treadwell, Jr., American
Bank Note Co., New York, N. Y.
TRY.-Carl H. Donner, Newark N J.- A.
Philip Giuliano, Newark, N. J.; AustiE B.
Hodge' Danbury, Conn..; George EB. Jonas,
Waldda, N. Y.; Leon Pairot, Newark, N.. J.;
.Louis N. Messing, 'New York, N. Y.; '-and
SAsher Paptsb, Danbury, Conn., torepresent
, members of the Hatters' Fur Cutters' Asso-
ciation. William H. Waters, .Fa River,
Mass., to represent nonassoclatlon members.
Frederick A. Ballot, chairman, Providence,
R. I.; Lawrence B. Baer, Attleboro, 'Mass. -
Ben Felsenthal,, and Leo F. Krussman,' both
of New York, N. Y,; Archibald Silverman,
Providence, R. I.-; SAtephen H. Garner and
James V. Toner both of Attleboro, Mass.; and
Frederick B./White, Providence, R. I., to
serve as the temporary Code Authority for a
period of 90 days beginning January 31, 1935.
BLOCK INDUSTRY.-John F. Madden, non-
voting member, to serve d' ring the pleasure
of the Board. ,
RICO.-Victor E. Domenebch, Julio Irizarry,
Mrs. Caroline Martinez, and Miss Adela Ra-
mirez, all of Mayaguez; J. A. Castllo, Sabana
Grinde; John P. Melhado, Ponce;, Rafael
Nido, Guayama; Miss Delia Mejia, and 0. M.
Rosich, both of Ponce; Mrs. Nellie M. de
Cifuentes, John Vidal, William Mamary, and
Mrs. Judith B. Nleva, all of Mayaguez.
Perry, Jr., vice Robert Witbeck, resigned.
.TRY.-Moe Meyerson, Mark Bennett, Morris
Pollack, Benjamin Kadison, Maurice New-
man, and Joseph Piccirilll, all of New York,
N. Y.; David S. Greenberg, Philadelphia, Pa.;
Louis Polakoff, Boston, Mass.; Max G.
Felder, Cleveland, Ohio, and George Schloet-
zer,. Chicago, ill. All to serve for different
periods of time.
DUSTRY.-H. L. Rogers, New. York, N. Y.;
W. R. Meadows, BElgin, Ill.; and A. C.
Fischer, Chicago, Ill.
TRADE.-Louis Goldberger, New York, N. Y.;
Harry C. Clowdsley, Kansas City, Mo.; Her-
bert C. Heller, and Herman N. Walden, both
of New York, N. Y.; Samuel Gottesfeld,
Jamaica, L. I., N. Y.; Al Albert, New York,
N.. Y.; and Nathan Leventhal, Brooklyn,
N. Y;, to serve as the temporary divisional
Code Authority until the permanent Code
Authority is elected or until April 5, 1935.

RIAL, CATLIF.).-Watchmaker division, Is-
rael Stevenson, chairman; Charles S. Gurley,
secretary. Large retail jeweler, Armand Jes-
sop. Small retail jeweler, George Kerrigan.
Jewefry department, Walter S. Breene. Up-
stairs jeweler, I. A. Scribner. Repairer,
Walter Dibb.,. Credit jeweler, Nate Baranov.
VILLE, VA.).-Hardware, Fred H. Quarles.
chairman. Miscellaneous, J. Nelson Brown,
vice chairman, W. J. Keller, treasurer; Mrs.
Daisy F. Rinehart, secretary; Louise Sneed,
assistant secretary-treasurer. Clothing, M.
Kaufman, Furniture, Marion C. Thomas.
Dep,.'rcment, Gordon E. Wiley. Variety, L.
H. Peterson. Miscellaneous, Wilbur R. Bur-,
gess. Variety, J. Harrison Whiteman.
Hardware, .R, E. -Rice. Clothing. C. B.
Bailey. Department, M. Swartz. W. J.
Keller, and J. D. Griger. Furniture, Strother
Hamm, all to serve for 1 year from January
8, 1935.
TEX.).-Hardware, Jesse L. Showers, presi-
dent; 'L. A. Wilson. secretary-treasurer. Dry-
goods, C. Fred Russell, vice president, How-
ard Timberlake; and J. A. Dixon. Furniture,
E. 0. Youngblood. Variety, R. H. Wilkerson.
Men's wear, Cy Long. Music.' W. W. Barnes.
Tires, R. H. Hoffman. Men's wear, S. J.
Schwnil "'1 to serve for 1 year from Decem-
ber 6, 1934.
J.)--Hector Suyker, chairman; John R.
Oschwald, vice chairman, and Wilson J. Mac-
Laughlin, secretary-treasurer, all td'serve for
1 year from December 17, 1934.
TEX.).-Hardware, Walter Harwell, presli:.
dent. Drygobds, J. C. Smith, vice'president.
Furniture, Felton Brashier, secretary-treas-
urer. Clothing, Saule .Perlstein. -:" Musii:
Clyde Davis. Variety, C. E. Hutchison, all
to serve for 1 year from January 16, 1935"
F. F. Sommers, Jr., Racine, Wis., ao'd'.A. B.
Zuckert, Milwaukee, Wis. New J'Eng and,
William H. Lichtenstein, Boston, Mas -'".and
Fred. Monosson, Cambridge;. .Mass..-.N6ew
.SoYrk, -MJL Sherman anqd:'S.;B: Harriz,-both of,
New York, N. Y. Vulcanizing- Division,
James:J. Drummey, Mishawaka, Ind:... .
TRY (ALTERNATES).-RiaiA;;ehr iiyvision,
Midwest, M. Goldberg and Max Koviti, both
of. Chicago, 111. New England,"-.Rbbert P.
Cable' and Sam Goldstein, both' of Bbstoi,
Mass. New York, Charles Plottel and David
Asch, both of New York, N.Y.- Vulcanizing
Division, George E. Goodwin, MiUlford, Ma-s.
DUSTRIES.-W. J. DeWitf, Auburn, N. Y.,
to serve as the eighth member of the Code
- Authority for the shoe last industry.
Alpren, Nat H. Aronsohn, K. B. Blake," B.
Edmund David, Alexander F.P Ix, R. C.
Kramer,' Irving Levy, Nathan eLewis, William
Menke, ,W. W. Metcalf, Bertrand H. Perry,
,Ben Reis, Edwaxd Roberts, Ewald H. Schnie-
wind, D. I. Stern, Walter H. Stunzi, J. Y.
Wllkidns, and A. E. Wullschleger, all of New
York City. Louis E, Cohen, Patersonj N. J.;
C. D. Jencks, Pawtuicket, R..I.; and John R.
McGinley, Phiipsburg, N. J. All to serve
for a period of 1 year from December 8, 1934.
DUSTRY.-Eugeue Spatz, New York, N. Y.;
Herman Krautblatt, Chicago, Ill.; I. H.
Friedman, New York, N. Y.1; Max H. Adler,-
Rochester, N. Y.; and L Wenglinsky, New
York, N. Y.
INDUSTRY.-W. S. Elliott, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
A. E. Ballin, Milwaukee, Win.; Albert Brad-
ley, Oswegd, N. Y.; '.'H Brown, Milwaukee,
Wis.; and A. D. Skinner, Erie, Pa.
Hartford. Conn., member of the Code Author-
ity for the State area of Connecticut. vice
Everett J. Arbour. resigned.
G. Franta, Cleveland, Ohio; R. J. Simmons,
Chicago, Ill:: C. G, Groff,: New York,"N. Y.;
J. Tuteur, Clevelandr, Ohio; Fred Wardell,
Detroit, Mich.; P. A. Geier, Cleveland, Ohio;
and H. W. Hoover, North Canton, Ohio.
TRY.-Carl H. Stever, William J. MacLeod,
Clifford A. Lilley, and Ralph E. Routier, all
of Detroit, Mich., to serve for 1 year from
December 11, 1934.
DUSTRIES.-Gen. John F. Madden (address,
New York City), nonvoting member, to serve
during the pleasure of the Board.
Gardner, Lancaster, Pa., as nonassocdatioii

Amendments' a'kiP

Modifications i
The National Industrial Recovery Bo6
during the past week, approved amendtii
to Codes of fair competition as goUoweia
Automobile Manufacturing I.ndus.t
Amendment approved January .I1, S193.,.
tends the Code until June 16, 19S; ri6 a
for payment of time and one-lalaf 'oe'-Torki
excess of 48 hours In any one week; teueau
members of the industry to enter into'-alo
meats with one another with respect. tbo;fl
announctiments of new models. of paseengf
automobiles and the holding o.autio bnel
shows in the fall of the year; member ibf
industry to comply with provisons an.'
quirements for the settlement of laboi';,ou
troversies established in March 1934.-"-;:
Bias Tape Industry.-Amendment approve&
February.4; 1935, provide* additional ufafn
trade-practice rules with regard to quaIt
designations, mutuality of contracts, ady'.'
Using allowances, Imitation of trademark
etc. .* .,
Uheing Gum Manufacturing Industry-,N
Amendment approved February 2, 1935,'rei
vises the duplicate-employment provision 4"
the Code. .
Curled Hair Mantfaoturing Industry. 'B
Horse Hair Dressing Industry.--AmeZdnse
approved February 6, 1935, deletes fromnth'i
Code all reference to the horse-hair dressing
industry; substitutes standard open-pri
clauses for article VIII, and other perfee"a
changes. This amendment becomes .effectle.
10 days from the date of approval tinlj
good cause to the contrary is shown. '4
Farmn Equipment Industry.- Ameid6mi
approved January 31, 1935, extends the Codq
from-February 1 to May 1, 1935. ..%
Milk and Ice Cream Can Afanufactw
Industry-Amendment approved February4-
1935, revises the dating and allowazice'. .r
visions of' the Code' and prohibits guarantee
against decline .in price. The order of ,ai
proval stays the provision that any exiStlt
price list- shall remain in effect for,lf'dast
following any revision. This amendment;b&
comes effective'20 days from the date of'ap
proval -unless good cause to. the contrary ij
shown. ,'
Musical Merchandise Manufacturing in+Sa
try.-AEendment approved January.31, 1938
incorporates certain standard labor s-
guarding clauses, including the mandat.ol,
assessment, provisions and regulation. id1
terms of sale; and/substitutes "on or befoir
May 1, 1935" in section ,4 of article V llnejl
This amendment becomes, effective 20 !dai
from the date. of approval unless good ccluA
'to the contrary Is ihown; .
-Pdtpr and Pu'-lWiihH'-fry---Amendcent:'c
proved February'.6, '.1935, makes upwardJa.
vision In the miiilum-ywage sclhedfesli. i
Paper Bag lMdUfja6t'ring In dusir-ty
'Amendment approved liruary 5,1935, m!t."
upward revision in' the minimum-wage sc t
ules to correspond to increases in he..PaI
and Pulp Industry Code. : .
Paper Bag Manufacturing Industnr',.
Amendment approved February 2, 1935,':'p
mits the Code Authority. to Incur reasobaI
obligations necessary to support the admlini
traction of the Code and to submit an itemie
budget and equitable basis of assesmi
upon members of the industry to the Natldoa
Industrial Recovery Board for approval. -.
Shoe Shank Manufacturing Indis trt-
Amendment approved January 31, 1985:',pR
rides for open-price filing for members ofi'.i
industry. -' '
Silk Textile Industry.-Extends the""'
called "freezing period ", during which tifu
work assignments are not to be Increase'
until 30 days after the Work Assignment
Board has submitted its recommendatoHis*fn i
a permanent plan. '
Upholstery and Drapery Textiles' Id
try.-Amendment approved February 6,14;19
makes minor changes in the definition's"'.e
tablisbes'maximum hours for certain class$
of employees now accepted; adds a standard
Provision concerning handicapped wbrkeitS
provides that proposed amendments of'tle
Code shall first be referred to the Inddstq
adds a standard provision concerning keep
Sing of records of transactions and other. '$
tistical information; adds the standardslid
mandatory assessment clause; limits the
bllity of the Code Authority; adds standai
provisions concerning destructive price' c
ting; revises article VIII concerning prop
sons to be included in sales contracts
"order blacks; adds a prohibition of'fal,
Sinvoices; adds certain labor-safeguardi)g
clauses and makes certain revisions in phrase
ology. Certain portions of article, .VIII si
to become effective 20 days from' the date
hereof. '

Code Authority By-
laws Approved

Marine Equipment Manufacturing Industry
Amendments. A:
Multiple V-Belt Drive Industry-A subdMl
sion of Machinery and Allied grodict&
Industry (with conditions). .
Oriental Rug Importing Trade. '
Pleating, Stitching, and Bonnaz and Hai.n
Embrodiery Industry (with exception).:'.
Retail Lumber, Lumber Products, B0di
Materials, and Building Specialties Trade
Sanitary and Waterproof Specialties-' Mft
facturing Industry (with exceptionsY .ify
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