The Blue Eagle ( 1934- )

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n1ark-ups estabhshed effdcbv for, ,allied ounce policy.) Th L:,Bol 'IL t - I 11 I 11h I I 11 "
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RP e L s L '-L L Code I C D* 'isi6ld undr ,'the direction of the ,
ge , I .1 I I L ,L Lmng_ IN
ed n -c- vari6us 6iner ney '..:. L L 11 L I I I , : ,, "
ett eS L', ,' L' I ""' e I policy.'' " -
.1 S tls to require I.' Th I I I I I :' L ,, 136axd., Re andr6rv6ys ,will' be made to ,, T ,,,,
TNIRB's order -No. X-141,' authoriws-
that cigar I I _pots , ,
I ,
I liii "to Ixerctse, ,the power DS 1.'If appro,al is,,asked, of'a,, proposa-l-'which ': theL Boat%aii&LWill be made available as , "
.5ofid at'retall for not, less 3 con __ I IL , , r , is contr ryto aRh-u need'' polic, .ative , -,L:
than I' L c s and 'funetio
, I f ,' h a I yand msuffi- ap opriate::for the use ofthe adnifnisb
eretibfort: vested in Ltho'Boart in' connection is 'q ,'
package or,-two packagLs.for'25 cents, orthe -, , cient ,,,round wn or-eX(,ep ion from
" 'L, With the Lumber' Code and sach -other,*Clode`, L I 'and', advisory `pers6imcl. In Ile discretion of"
au L "- 'L, , I -ill be ;`
-not L je4. A Snell _*!I giv
most popular brands, :.and 10 policy;fhe, dcuty I 6 ibo PPIcant ' the Boai7d site ,reports and, s r
_'L the i erpri I .- .-, as I lirveys w .
Ced CiL may N as,,Ig 'authorize,; L, gned to him. lt'alsi I I ,
611ts, packag( .for o1w -k_ L '' ,,,, z
Jast L L I a,.,prompt decision.,to rthat effect -This ,do- issued by. the'B6r,' With or without its ree- , ,,4
,a / !-hbn, to setaip'agoucies outside of Washingtoii l.. "I
6ttel. % Tb& order'proilctes that At 4, ,_" I ht'Ll ...... cision wilI be aeco'wpanied, 'if 'p6s, ble witb "'Or 'conclUSiUDS 'fol' the 111f ,,
11 L I L I &1 ,a'to assist, in Code administration, uijder '.1.--.1e I L ifleL , L-, commendations public ",L ", 1:1 M- ,
cell must, be add6dIo, the maniifaeturers _, I I I for, the 4n'od f '. .1 ".
'L I igge6tions ation .o the ,pro I - ,' ' L L 'L
4.'- 'L ,. LLkLL ', I "' I : t i ' i-nation"6flindustrv anlithel, I , -'
&I L I dixect supervision and review. L" I I ..
L
pq ley L ..
, r ce in s es. O clgarettrs of which the..'. ";L I _110 to C' aU ilf L L I , '' I '_ e
orm to -, I 11 .L L _Li' ".". _ :,L ,
.. osti-I ( se ic, to co "I' "' I 1, _J , I L' I .L
L_ L L I or' I I ess andL.16 L 6'' ". _; p 0vSi6n.'_.iJJ ,.t_ eXistjrr" L , L C. -i':,;L .' :'. ''. . L
pr ce is $5 Lp6i7 ,thousaw L I L L 1. L.I. I -The- order provid6s.an advisory comrndttee.. ,' P! 12.` If a r i 1, I I 'le, is i ' I I L L' L L I 1. ,' L., L, .:; ; ,
is tin g o v er' $5, a tativ;es'of the NRA. Co' ' B: L :L
with represen nsumers, 1- ' I -. L'. o V ,
& n -In tht-__.6fj.SeS;6fL those ,, I I contrary, to armouneed-,,policy-'aud if 'further j _ -L. L L 'L : ,
11 LL.. .". _-7 ':' I ': iiidustrial,'and Labor Advisor Boards,' and I L, % I , I I -, .."'..
-, I I ,,;.L 'L' '..... L_ ' L ", L" .L ,, I n by NPA is 'r6 r d -e it opera- introduction toGcnral rice Tolicy 'L .:!,-
onsand ,L, :- ., 1'', actio qui e to'ni" I I I ,,, '.
1 .1 I I 1 ` I I 1. '..
: L L L of the Legal and Research and Planning -Di- I ,-,tive- the br6vision will be left a ti V13






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SCHEDULE OFdCODE HEAR
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Important Information Concerning Notices of Hearings and
ar V. of Opportunity to. be Heard
Hearings are of t- types: (1) Oral hearing s. OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD (in writing):
designated hearing'" on calendar; and (2) "op- Facts, criticisms, objections, or suggestions econ-
portunity to be Mard by the filing of written. caeing the subject matter of euch notices most
statements of fact, 'rief.s, or criticisms dealing be submitted on or 'before. the final date specified
: W.ith the subject matter of such notice. te notice addressed to the proper Deputy Ad-
Sn minl.trator or other official indicated. Such co-
The subject matter b these notices Is abbreviated 2m lai correspmondantEaodtro:up N representendu
4. to the schedule published below. A complete offl- ameof correpondent aed up reesented.
cop ofanynotce ay e otaied n rest facets so pportng criticisms, objections.,-'0or
al copy of ay notice may be obtained on requet suggestions.
-S"-"' from the National Recovery Adminlstration' Room t i either1type
.:1 . IHashR







'88516. Department of Commerce Building,WThe subjectmetic ers refe read o Ein s eitheratp
'In gon, D. c. of noiesmay be revidn ny son e
R. .mane particular on the basis of such facts, criti-
11 HEARINGS (oral) : Thocs wishing to e hed an 'and other considerations as are properly
HEAING (oa)T osewshnportu ity tohbeaerr






-,:,7 must file a writ-ten request with the proper Deputy before the Administrator.
S Administrtator at least 24 hours before the date Calendar Is chronological, with alphabetical
set for the hearing, which request must state: arrangement by trade or industry for eac day.
''- Name df Industry and *date of hearing; NOTE: Since all notices must be in the printer's.
:-(2) names of persons wishing to testify and groups hands by Friday evening next preceding the publi-
represented; (3) definite alternative proposal or cation of The Blue Eagle, the calendar below does
.- specific objections, without argument. Hearings nor show notices posted on the Official Bulletin
.i' are. confined' to factual presentation. Written Board after that date, nor does this calendar show
b. riefs containing arguments as well as fact may other hearings for the same dates which may have
". e filed. appeared in prior issues, of tIse publication.


- NDU7EaY On TnADz


Leatherand Woolen Knit,
S..Glove Inflostry 87-39:'

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PLACE &ND DEPUTY
AnmD iiSTRaroa


Room 301.6, Department of
Commerce Building.
Washington, D. C.,
.Burtnn E. QppenheLm.
' I


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'om 3016, Department.
i of.Commerce Bildang;-
'.: -Washington.. H.- .,
- Bprtod'-.' OppenhBeli
Room 402, 1618 K Street
I'. NW.'WLashigton, C.,
I F.L,..Bchurz., '. .,."


D'^Bupniiestu 'oo' 'om 721,'Barr Bnildlng,!I
lecA~lstdutor: .Washington,' D; C0. .F
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To 1and Eqip-. Roin 72iB.rr. iOldm,
i`1sAtribptln ,.-Washington, HD.'PC
189-18 ^ A.- HechtL; i
lyrneMah'R-- oom 310, DenrikelBulla
ing.' Isndustry, i:nk, 'Weashinton,'TH.'C,'
Ovid Roberts, Ir..

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,Wishington C.,0
W." W L ; S dhurz; ". .. -x


'Rom 708,' Abee Building,
2 .,Washingtbn,i.. ..':f.,,C

on,
''ior'lN'Oampbiell. ,t
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RBoom 224, BarriBuildtngii
2. Washngton' ,
George.Crlso';.,J.
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'Sn- Parlor,:.Washington;
Hotel," Washington, D
.3', ,0; 2 p',. : i Ett;,i ~re.'T:,W,
Dahlber:g" ,.. ' ,-,.
Room, 33m%, ',Comme"ce
Building' .(Waslhington,
D. O.BurtonE Oppen
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S nRom 702.AlbeebLJtdlagi
,,iWLhingtin,';D.. .',,
4.John. B.... S ul ,.d.e '.
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OiqR ds:od:M'.',anfo-. 181 i Stree..iNW,
i 'h dtr,; 2 khin&oo, ..nC, o WM
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ink ~nt1m -tnrlng o. lbl8 K" Street, NTW.,
-DSy 881-4'. ',, Room 406, Washington,
i : '" D.C., W. L. dchurz.


',' n.
SilfSbnouthb Preparing and
-Wholesaling Industry,
-*308-68 (Division of the
Fishery Industry).


Barr Bonding, Washing-
ton, D. C., R. B. Hol-
liqgshead.


Marble Quarrying andI Room 802, Asee Bulding,
Finhing Industry, Washington, D. C.,
421-13.B Harry 8. Berry.


PROPOSED ACTION


Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the Code
Authority.for temporary approval of its budget for the period from
Jan. 1 toDec. 1,1938. Admlniitrative Order87-38 approves snobh
'temporary approval to extend on a pro rata basis from Apr. 1 to
May 31, inclusive, unless good cause to the contrary is shown
prior to Apr. 28, 193B. .
i *

Opportunity to be heard on budget and basis'of contribution
for period from Feb. 2,1936,-to Feb. I, 1938. (Extension ofoppor-
tunlty gra-ied. by Administrative Order No. 226-52.)
'Opportunity to he heard on application of Ooodwin 'Granger
,' Co.,' Denver,,Oolo., for exemption from art. U, sec. 3, subseo. to)
S (boours). : . ,


**L t ",' ,,; 1: .' " '. .* *': ." ,
i6pportunit.to he hard on apl6loationafor approval of amend-
. inept to art,-in, Saoo. 4 of the Code, submitted by Code Authority. .
Opportuity. to be heard on' application for approval ofiamnd-
Sment of art. i,easec::4, submitted by Oode Authority: .'
,j -. '.; ,'. 1* -.* ,* .,' .' * . . r *, * **. :
Opportunitxto be hiqard. bon 'application submitted. by. Code
. :Authority'for d approval of Its-budget for, and of the basis of co6n-
.i., tribution by members of said industry to, the expenses of admLin-
.. Istering'CodeJor peftriod 'from Dec. 21, 1934, to Dec. 20, 19358, in-
"cIlu[st.. AdmlJnistratlvd.. Order No. ,83-82, efleotive Mlav 2,
approved d ibudgete.and bis pf. contribution.. Total a'boodntib
.,udgetoset-forith -ln.AdalnqlstratIve', Order..No. 8--47;: issued on',
yan. 7, 1936,; was erroneous nd said order is hereby superseded'
bythir notice Inrespect-in erB.o PersIde i'1
Teb total'saoiuntbf. the budget is' 82,800. Basis of.contribdtlon::
... oof Imi .bt f.net 193f4sale .' .. . .:, .. '....

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Opportunityito be' heard on alplcabon submitted by the'Code.
Authorityloriamodmen to art; sec. ,;2, 6; 7,8 9; errt;.IV,
iso. 2;' art.,V,se.3;, 4,7, and 8; art.-VI sec. 7; art. VII, see 12, of,
th^Oode'...Adminlstralive:Orter 273-16 approvda.such amani-
s pentirlto-become'effective gay 3, 1936, unless'good'cause to the
'dbot0ry.'ba.shownb' rlJr thereto .. .., ,
OpportunIty'to baherdotin appliocatiqn submitted"by the Code
Atuorltyj.for arBandm -'tb0iart.-', ,sec'1' (haerdou opa-..
o tlonsl3.artJ.V'siaeo.'(): 'Admitistrative Order-.199-4appove.
,3d.. amendmentt ,to lleoet'neffeoave Mayi 3, 19358,j'ulesA good
'jliause.oTthe coutrary.i shown prior, therelo.. '. ,. '
Opportunity to-bfiheard o.+ aproval lof'revis'i budget, sub
;mltled.lbyCOode Authority Copy of -revisped .budget may be
obtained a'tbhe'offie:: Natloal Recovery Adn,'lstratlon, Room
S3320, epeartnsept of 'Odmmerce'dBuilding,..Washingtonu, I 0.C
i 'and'iat bffi6:ceof Code. Aut6bhiy,' B' -27, Commerce Station,
nneppolis,'..Mlnn.'. 'Administrative O.der, o L'P14-20,
*eftectiveM al 3,Bpptoves' Teryilon, : "' '
Hearlngon'application Isubiitted .by: the Code 'Authoritit for
*,''A'mehdmenT-to.art. ',sec-l(deflntIdns,),'a.t VT, es. 1 .and-2".
h.(mmbership)j, art-fV 'sc, r.pie filing). '., .
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pportunly.to.behear onapplication sub'mitted.by thie bode'
Authority for ameddmdpi to rt; VI,'ec.'2 (O)'and arr. V-H, see. 1,'
. pf the.Code. 'Admilsufative Order 214-22 approves such atsmend-
;..nert to bebme'effective May ,3, 193,.- idhlssgbod cause'to bhe.,
'.i,contrary,ssboWn',prinr:thiteto. '.r .'


Opportunity to hbeeard.on 'amedments-to Code, approved
3 brA"nministrative 'OrderNo.'244- -30, adding a new see 5 to art.
;',.Y-,,.;AesWseo.'7 to art. V,knd a ew' saec, 17 to art.-V (establishing
,, roli and-reulations for bId depositories.)


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'of. "", I f.r. t a. a 19 .
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Opportunltto. hbe:heard on application submitted"by the Code
:,'Ath.:u rif'to approval of its-budget andbasis of contrIbutIon for
.I the pet r.d from Apr 1 toJuneidt, 1915. "
The total amount of the budget is $9,085. 'The contribution is
'"tS' ofl-percent of net sales for the year 1938. -'
Opportunity, to theheard on application submitted by the Code
,, .Authority of DIvision V, Dstriont L (northern Colorado); DLvi-
: ,saon'.V, and District No. 8 (northern Wyoming); DIvision V, for
uappronel of ts'budgetes and basis of contribution. '
-The budget of. Division V is'designed to cover the period from
ltApr,.r,11985, to .Mar. 31, 1936, bpth dates inclusive. The total
"'la sln8'0of haed budget ls-6iB,81)0. Tbie'contributIoh. a mill pdr
' ito blsedd on the pnor'cale1anr Tear's production levied against
.all operatives in the division from time to'. time as funds are
requ.red. ."
.The budget for 'District L, of Division V, is for the period from
* Apr. 1; 1986, to Mar. 31, 193, inclusive, the total amount of
.thich is $18,000, The coutrlbutlon is in the total amount'of
: 8 mills per ton, based on the 1934 annual production, Io be made
when necessary, but in no event to exceed the total amount of
the.budget. I .
Th buridget of Distraict No. 8 (northern Wyoming), of Division V
f is 831) forthe period from Apr. ], 19368 to Mar. 31, 1938, The'
Scontri rntion Is: n mill per ton, based on the 1934 production of
npprdxrmately 827,000 tons, to be'made when indicated to be
necessary. -.
Opportunity to.be heard on application submitted by the Code
'Authbrity for approval of lis budget and basis of contribution
, for the period from Mar. 18 to J1ne 16,193.
The total asiount of thy budget is 58226. The contribution is:
"ao of 1 percent ottbhe net sales for tke year 1934. Sales are to be
considered to mean the net dollar sales of each member of the
I industry as defiled in art. I, sec. J, of the Code.
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the tem-
porary executive committee for approval of its budget and basis
of contribution.
The tdoal amount of the budget for the period from Apr. I, 1934,
to Mar. 31, 1936, is 14,312.60, and is excnsive or that portion of
the Code contributions payable to the National Code Authority
for tbe fishery Industry. Tbe contribution is provided in aro.
VIlII, title ., sen. I o(theCode for the fishery industry. -
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted by the
regional committee for The metropolitan district of the city of
New York,- for approval of Its budget and basis of contribution
for the period from Nov. 1, 19.4. to June 15, 135.
The total amount of the budget is 148,40. ionrlbution is: 31s of
I- percent, figured on a basis of $800,000 worth of business in a
74-month period.


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INGS, APRIL 29 TO MAY


IJsuSn i on Tsanz


Monday, May 6,
1935-Contd.
Set-up Paper Box Manu-
facturing Industry, 1p7-
38...


Silverware Mlanufaotut-
ing Industry, 177-19.



.

Truoklring Industry, 278-
,191. '


PLACE AwD DEPUTY
AJDMnaIsrTATOa


Room 209, National Sav-
ings and Trust Build-
.ing, Washington, D. 0.,
W; 3. Brown.


Room 408, 818 K Street
NW.,Washblngton,D. C.,
W. L. Schurz.

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Room .802, Carry Build-
tog, Washington, D. C.,
Q P..Clark.


Trubcking Industry, .278- Room 802:, Carry Build-
102. ing, Washington, D. C;,
-J C ..P C lark .' '


Watch Case Mantifactor-
mg Industry, 178-26.
.




Wholesale Wallpaper
Trade 2B1-WI (Division
of the Wholesaling or
Distributing Trade).
Wood Preserving Indus-'.
try, 481-6.



Tuesday, May 7, 1935
&tlhnttic Mackerel Fish-
t..ing Itdustty (A. Dlvi-
'. sion of,.the Fishery In-
.dustrv), 308D-11. .
Cigar.AlManufacturingIn.
.. ,.dastryi 4o7r,';61; .... "*.


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.Corset'' and -Braiere In-
P'*. duatry ,'18

Drapery and Upholstery
Trimming Industry,
1.212-24. ;*
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Fa^brltefd' Mtetl' Find-'
dotsUeMnufacruring and
, Metal '.finlshlng.-and
S. httl oattig:'..Indus-:
. W1.'.tr -129.. ,
Leal-hef and Woolen,'X.t'
'.'- Glove Industry, 87-41 ;

Pkaintig, Paperh'anging,
: andd"Deeorating 'Indus-
, try,; 44B-78 (Division
of the Constrdctidn
.'Tdustry).. ,


Padin'g, Paperhaging,,
-and Decorating Indus-'
:' try, 244B:7q (Divisionu.
Sof the ddstruotiod' n-
Sdustry). '. .: .'
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SPleating, Stitching: and
Bonnaz and'Hand Em-'.
broidery Industry 76-'
-1?76-
,17.
Shoe, Pattern Manufac-
turning Industry 444-11.

Transparent Materials
Converters Industry,
882-13.


Wednesday, May 8,
1935
Milk. 1iltering Materials
* and the' Dairy Prod-
ubts.-Cotton Wrappings
Industry, 396-14.
Pholo-Engravlng Indus-
try, 180-66.




Processed or Refined Fish
Oil Industry, 500-9.
Retail Solid Fuel Indus-
try, 280-288.


Thursday, May 9, 1935
Bituminons Road Mate-
rial Distributing Indus-
try, 654-0.


Rootm 40Q, 1618 K Street
NW ., Washington, D. C.,
W.L. oSchurz.





North Room, Mayflower
Hotel. Washington, D.
C.,'10 a.'m., Frank H.
Crockard. .
907 Sixteenth Street, Wash-
Ingon, D. 0., A. 0.
Dixon.


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Opportunity to be heard on application submitted'
Codie Authority for approval ofr its budgets end b"asi ot.
tLion. The total amount of the budget for the Ntlonal1
traction for the period from Apr. 1 to June 16,19358, is 'it4
the period from June 17 to Dec. 1, .1085, Is $38,8d8._3o.,;
of contribution i.s not to exceed of l percent o( the.totl
sales or members of the industry in 1934, the Code'Aat
levy assessments of fractions of such f.of l-;petneti
necessary to meet.budget expenditures. ''
The total amount of the. budget in New England,'S-t
No. I), for the period Apr. 1 to Jane 16, 1935,'is s2,08on
Speriod from June 17 to Dec. 31, 1935, is $5,416.68, The'
Lion is not to exceed 4 of 1 percent.of th totall nolm
members of the industry made o said zone in 1934, ohW
of fractions of such K of I percent as .may be hecesagiy
bodger expenditures may be leVied by the 'Codd '.Ai
The total amount of the budget for Cook Cotmnt,. I
No. 10). are for the period Apr. 1 to June 16, 193B,. $A
Sthe pelod JuI e 17, to De. 31, 1935; 6,788.39. The 'I
is exactly the same as thatof the Nw' England;gte
No. 1)' .,' E .';.b
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted
Code Authority for appoval of Its .budget and,basi
rrlbution.' The total amount of the budget Is.$S6,000:
tribuotion is on the basis of the average nqmbar-of etzd
each member's pay roil during the last.6 month',f l9s
sufficient sum per-employee to provide the 'funds cali
Sthe budget On an estimated total O 10,000 employees 1
levy has been made at the rate of 0 cents p'er-.mplo
period for said budget is from Jan. I to Jtme 16;" 19g.'
Opportunity to be heard on application submitted'F.
*Bowman & Co., Louisville, Ky., for exemption, ao,
itself and .other concerns engaged o local castgk'%o
wiLhtn the city nf:Louisallle and environs, fomn'he.i
ofsubsecs.' l andS'3 of sec; B of art.V of the CodeCage
Opportunity to be heard on applicationn: submitted
Ohio Associadtlon of detail Merchants Dellvqry, on,.bel
Smembers,-for exemption of such Tembersf.om thr'no!
ees. A and B of art. V of the Code'(wage,andlbbM..
Opportunity fto be heard on applucationsubmlttdhby-.
Autliorltyvfot approval of its budgett and b eass!'ofqcod
'for the petod from Nov. 1,1934, to Oct. 81,,19BB .:
The total.amount of the budget is '$12,00. THle-'co i
SA proportionate share of the.total budget, 'n the sarners
gross dollar sales of the products of the Industry of eac
thereof bears to the total gross'dollar, sales'of the'irodo
." Industry ofrall the members, to be prorated and'evi
Annually on the business done in 1934, which shall not
61 tL.pearent of his dollar volume for any member. ',, .'-,
Hearing. on application, submitted'by the C0ode Aut
amendment'to art: .U, of (he Code (definitions). '.'.
'i 4, =,. ** :,.*
Opportunity to be heard on application subilted'by
Authority for approval of Its budget and basis, df con
for the period from July 80, 1984, to 'June 16;.1938, Io]c
The total amount of the budget Is 126,100. Contribfitldn
mum. oo cents. noer. cubic. foot treaties ovltindi.ara


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Room'532, Basrt.Building.
"Washington," 'D., C0.,'
iR. B. follnmgshead.
- Room 630, Barr'Building,'
'Wda hlngton.:D. H .,
'Izwli:S. M61ise.:'




Room' 2.q 2, Commrce'
Building,! Washington,
D. C., 10 A. mo., Burton
E. Oppenheim:.
Room 30'24, Jpartment of
* Commerce 'Bulding,'
SWashington,:D.. 0; A'..
.Barry Thurston. '
! ,- '* :,, ,? ,' t, 1,'

,'Roomb 518, ]68.K Street
' NW., .Washinon, ID.
O.C". 'Ferrls White. .

--Room 3018, Department'
of Commerce. Bullding,
SWashington, D'. C.,
.. Burtbn E. 0ppanhelm.
Town. Hall,.- Lalum,
MIch., '10 a.,m.; Abner
Lamed, Federal Build-
.g, Deioit, ,ich.


'Room 710, Albee Build-
ing, Washington, A. 0:,'
'John B. Smfley. .. '



Room'3049,' Departmnut'
of Commerce 'Building,'
SWashington, D. 0.,'
jSberman'Trpwbridge.
JRoom 3071, Depaitmerit
Sof Commerce Building,'
Washington, ".D. C.,
Walter Mankum.
Room 209, National Sev-'
ings and Trust Build-
ing, Washington, D. C.,'
W. Brown.'


Room 3024 Department
of Commerce Building,
Washington, D. CT.
F. C. Lee. -
'Room 1027 Barr Build:
ing, Washlngton, D. C.,
J. U. Douglass.



Room 832, Barr Building.
Washington, D. 0., R
BS. Holilngsbead.
Room 721, Barr Building,
Washington, D. C., F.
A. Hecht.


Gold Room,' Hamilton
Hotel, Washington, D.
C.. Beverly Ober.


: , *' .* '. *' V, N-. I:
*Opportunity to be heard.. on. application for I ermloatfq
'.exemption conferred Il.par. M of Administrative'CrdhI
x48 .. -'. -.' *. '** :'^ *
'Opportunity to be Ieard on application subm'lttedibylli
Authority for the reallooatlon,ofo'ertash budgetary tfun
proved on Sept. .19, '1934. Among the various tibodgetry-
was 'the sum of $47,800 for the titbographing of .NiA tI l
Sexpartence shows' this.'amnout to be inhaexces ofthat :t.
required. '"Onthe other band, legal expenses will be tnaes
S the amont'approved. The lode AuthdrJty desres-toJ
the amount set- up on, the' budget for legal pensbes,.byt7
-be allocated from the ambunt povidod for btybgruphir.
Hearing 'on applicationn submitted bytheB and.G Ban
Woburn, 'Mela, for exemption from the .provisas oj'.:t
sers. (a) and (c), of the Code.(wege provisiods)...,..r
Opportunitj' to be heard' on appllcation submitteai'
.Code.AuthorIf y foc'approval.of its budget and l s.'bciColt
tionior the period from Apr. 1 .to Juni 10,'1935, 'ingals'ive'
The-total amount .of a budgett, i ,600..- The contlbuc
le of J-perent of 1934 gr M 'sales In'dolra o( ro' ut'asi
'In art: sec.-1, of the .C'de .... .,-.
Opportunity ,to' be 'heard on application ''submlttedh.
Hollands Maniascturing Co.; Erie,.Pa, or exemption-olg
*provisions of art. ln.ot he'Code. : ,..., i
as 4R~ t tt'
-" .,
Opportunity to Ie -heard on application 'submitted by
Authort;y for amendment-to Code dealing with terms o7;

Hearing and opportunity .to be" heard ,'applicatl
milled by the Code Authority for'approval of a proposed
mehL establishing standards of foars," rates of payyani
conditions of employment, :under ant..i ,sec. li,'ot'to (
and sec.:7 (6) of the act. affecting members of.the'divimal.
certain of their employees in the rglon of Eeweetiaw' O
gon,'Baraga. and EoughtonCbuntias in'the Stateof'Mhl0
Opportunity to be: heard. o4., appWlcattoi submitted bm
Divisional Code Authority'.for 'bpprqval of'lts budget-ard.
of contribution'for the period from-'Apr.' J, -1935,':to MartJ
The.total amount of the budget'is $1,0686,8561.38. ,The.Dcot
tlon:. J'ofl1 percentt of thq.'gross volume of business of t
dustry. performed by itsmembers payable at the'ezd of0
'quarter..' .. .. .' I
Opportunity to'be heard on'applucation submitted-I
'.Code 'Authority for amendment to ia. VT, sec. 2, of thie
(representation).- ' '
Opportunity to be hI eard., on applcation submitted' by
AuthoriTy for smandmhe.itto art. yi, see .. ,'. ..

Opportunity' toI, heard on application submitted''
uode Authority and. the Exzeutive'Authorities W. 4 .dig
for approval of their budgets and bases of contribution.':!:'
Whe total amountof the budget for thh industry from ,'A
1934: to 'June 16, '1985N$'is '19,200: for the Transparent Egg


unvljuo J=VIAIUU'S JUJ Apr. 1i. 10-sto JUne J0, i
918.0; Transparent Sbheet and. Roll Difyision, Apr..
June. I, 1985, is $18,362;'Tralsparent Household 'Roll
* Apr. 16, 1934, to June 16, 1935, S902;, Transparent Oel
bon Division, Apr.. 16,1J934, to mJue,16,1935, Is S902.:
button for the Transparent Bag and Ednvelope.HouB
and Cellulose Ribbon Divisions pre M f 1I percent I1
000 of monthly business, aid Y of 1 percent fbr. bt
based, on average monthly Fales for shipmhiits in 1
parent Sheet Rolls Division, of I percent of thd'l
sales, plus W bfrl 'p'rcpit'ver 006..per.month:toI
monthly with. payment at the asessed rate, pay
before the- 16th day of the. month following. 'The
Code Authority will be financed by contribution
divisions as follows: Transparent Bag and Envelope,
Sheet 'and Roll, 40 percent; Household Rolls; -pera
lose Ribbon, 4 percent. Thislnotice supersdes
Admlnistraveu Order.312-lo nf a.r 2, IOiEee.


Oppottunity to he hileard. on applicatbis' sbhmblitie'
, Code Authority for exemption from the provL-dous'of er
sen.]. P rice fing), for certain materials know.n-as 'j
ends." . ; ..* ..'
Opportunity to be heard on application of the Naticnl
Authority lor-epproval of its .budget for and basis of'
tioa by members of the industry, to expense thi soaw
York District Administrative Agency for period frotiJ'
June 18; 19.3D, amounting to $12,202.69, and for the peril
- Jone 17 to Dec 31. 1935, amountinHag to $14,468.32. AdS
tive Order No. 180-fil, dated Mar. '27, tas ,ncrrect
amounts. No change in the rate of ontributin is neoe
Opportunity to be heard on application of Code At
for termnation of exemption conlaferred In par. in of A
trative Order No. X-38. .-
Opportunity to be heard on budgets and bases of contriJ
fr the National Code Authority and 40 Divisional Codes
Cities. Details of the budgets and .bases'of assessments
obtained from the deputy administrator.


Hearing on application submitted by Code Authority 6t'Wli
entt toadt.JJ, I. e1, of Code. ":

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1.jNnu8ra!oR.Tn,&D1M A : I ., ': 11 . ; I wn_1respi I ectively. ,' . I 1, ','-,',
I I I t DMINISTRATOR . _ pitop Os ED ,ic ; TlON 1_ I % approved the f6llowin 'Iktions4uad appoint- '! "" a William, L. "Ra
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-11 . : i INSULATION, 1q6ARD 'INDUSTRY; " '-'
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, :', j % I i ,. _'. ., GE -Charles E. Carey', as' ei , ,; i"
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partment Q I eatito;, - .: 'man vice .Thatimeriie'signed .'z L1613 ,.kW NW INDUBTRY EXCEPT . ,_"
be hi6ed `: j I 1 "I V 1, A
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oelty Curtain L 66., n16', De lpp-ft-nity to suj ited, b i 6 it .4
d ,,Oil appli Y' Pode
irles, Bedspreads np I -:i I I _4 L-Miller'Nevv Yi6kk. N Y I
I a of Coinineree Building, Authorf(y, to &inehd,'art'.:Vj, art'. VII, see. 14,and adi:tan arti. ., ., GENERXt N RITY.- ' .1 GA
Novelty Pillows-Indus- Washinion I I I RMENTS I L
6. D_ 0.., XIII'dWing. with'N. R .&. labeld.- C' 16L! an6y, k6uh 'e :,k: r` ,,,
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-try 7929. I B urton heim I e I I -, i I I -1 11:11 ... I I I 11 ,
I Mezzanine A, yjaow6r H6101ij L umergrade ew, ",York Ni 'd , I 11 ,. .. , . , '" ,, ..' 3 ,,f
j,Distributing.Trade, tll ;, signe %: : I ..! X, ; V.: ;W,. 'k6bi-'
V:n ub'nijtthd by. Coda'Au. _` I .1 ;1 . '. ,
on aPlibation I orltyjorainend -, . _ , : il -'141 ,"
261-Xi (A Division -of 'Hotbl, Washington-.33 ,:11111-tofarts. V-and ., I . ; ", , I _1 I I ,, 'Philaaelphia I . rky-:Tjojj% Syr.a 1 -I, Or' D is.' C., Fraq _ '- 1. .- I .1 I., .., 1. I IMAL .. SOFT ; HAIR' INDtg"I`Ri'- 6%6s14 ji.-Y '- IX H levluej-Ndw Jftaven, r "I 1
the Wholo;alin M .CroWEA I 1. i14 "
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-tributing Trdd . . ". , .., F "I . I , I t '. Jack-Spoctior; Neviir,Yoik, Ni Y I 'A I , Colon'; I
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intiliz ""' :
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t In-, IM G St -eet Nw Wash. 4 0'okuillt t 66 heard 6nappllfafion for a'pprotal o inethod', R66'klyn, -N,:Y.;.J. Tbpbpr, , N, _eomn2Littee
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justry b. V I I ., _t, I
F . R.9,tO V: .t W:' Of value determination and rules and _1
,I Trade. 11 D 0 regulatl plila, Pa., -to serVe.oh the divisional
I . I I.. I I _.- ons eovering trade- .. Ph ,
.: S -New andls 1:'t ., , f th e ... p'' ,,,,,,
. I In allo*ance.3 for used and socond-hand machinery under CocI6, ...' jauowsky,, York,, X. N. e 1. or ,oi__ e. 0,. imfortab le ,Division, f ill ,-.peri .d' -T -
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1 1. sdbbiltbed by Couo Authority. Order Nie 2612o;'effeotiveMlay. : :. :I ,z ; 11: I I . : ,:, : arcfi 15;::,Iw to" Mar& 4 .; ,,,,_ ,
i i `', , , ., ., .. % Opprovos method and rule.9 and regul4tions. I '; '' .,
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'Ifl'Faim' Equlpinent 1i oorn 717, Barr Buildinf i.,0 rtu Itytd be heard On ARTIFICIAL FLOW ER. AND FEATHER 11 ,_., . ,% `
iipplication for spProl;41 of budget '', ,.- , -- I I , 1-IMESTONE INDVSTkY--',A,a, E.1 blckln-2- '' T"N'
D. C,,: ,. f the vestorn division for the.parlodJarl, 1,to June ip, 'INDUSTRY- James T.,-_Diiavis-,,as imDartial:, ied.' : 'i'L ""'I` -1

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_! -1 i ': ; con l1dons Withi I with, respect to ' . I"
1. period ap cars stitfletont., -, '. ,, ., 1 Trails t. I :i;hours 'Ind I Wages o I -1-1 *I- -_ ., TURING N DUSTkf.'-1 .'t '-' Jennings %. %
rucking,% Industry,, Rooioa 802, Carry Building, opportunity to be heardi-on, appliiiatioitt of PTj,6ndd ' i ' f emp yyees , I i,/, , . -_ . '. 'L ":
ft8-191 WwshioKtom' D 0 Co.,, Dalds, T6x. fQrp*tIaVdxeinPtIon.fr, sec.,, k and I I 1. mu, .briln,
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'. 13, of ", OleVeland,,! OIAO.;14 ' I
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O. P Clark., .1 ; li 1, . 1 A ,C ', L .';'. ' 111. I .. I I.- Mccu j,,, ." .I -11j.Ppjrt Chester' N T'-` -
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; I -6,Order No 20IB'21 _6k 0ohn.; 9., 'a '0 o'- ,aiih ii i"
liol Wait Fa er 62fBr.B.[M7, Was -,' Opportunity'to ba herrd on amendment to odo, approv.ed-b 7 'ING'.TRAD L`- ' .'ey Wiihdrs 6, :
E. J, ,Dudl 0 , IL Palmer 'Clevelaid hi ,
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'Vision of the- al'. ' QrokaTd ,%:: `. :_;.:1:":: I I I 1. I .. I ../,. -.: a I ' L I 1, & -,
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tar'Majjufisoturlng L _Sj.6t SublaIttel"by.,,the ,i ,
" I L L.L PPortunity to be heard,;,'6ri' Bpijaati6n L I 6r' f th 'LNaifo , 1; - 'L _.". ' L 'L '. .!, L L 'L' ,, ,,.L_ 4 _";
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Adiistry, 11570. NW ,'Wssldngt6lji D.C., industryfor do-.lfi'ntioii,'oftadioe.6bliiet rnanufp6turin hal Industrial Recovery Admini,.-' ; I RRYJNG,"Al 4' .,F H. "I
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aperan 'Wp'hdu i.L,j'bxnP.aleigliH6't6ij HearIng Qn applloations ,ublnlftodSy- 06de'' ority' fori 11 I ' MIN-G-INDUSTRY. _R; J. i,46-rge, St.,liOw"I", , ,
74; L !; L L L L, L : L' Washingto D1, L C md. offLs: An inz art. IX; sho. 5, by'sciding ti nsv- snbsec.` k ,BAiii]4, -Ag ,L. ,,INDUS aro" , L'' L 6 ', I I -:i I d A. 11' Hilgartn6r BaltimoVe',- Md.,,", I
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0a, ment Price:Fl
ra.. issu :tate Dealing Wi h Open
(Continued from page 1) any industries in which prod- systems might confuse rathe r tia ali
to policy may, be acceptable. But all such to adapt it to
The cOmPetitive system is -often spoken of departures from stated Policy must be justi- ucts and conditions of sale are diverse. A what Is happening in the market.. The in"
as an automatic 'self-regulating mechanism. fled by the values which competition is in- contiDUOUS$and intelligent observation of its ing of a price may depend upon who (111bt
it. The name, of the seller may L nece
Government and business are said to have tended to. serve.. operation and a prompt correction of abuses be
k separate provinces; Government is to keep But, whatever the necessity. for. variation are essential to its fullest usefulness. to an identification of the ".quality
hands.,off and leave the determi ation of indetail, the general objectives.,of price policy B. Essential Characteris ties of an Open, produqt. It, may be necessary to ihdi
in to in ,
questions affecting business to the market. are definite.:, It must promote fairness be- Price Provision.-Price filing should be ad- whether the article in the requWaltequant
be supplied or whether the price
_t the economic order is tweell the parties to an industry and make ministered to serve the ends of a free and can,
k,,', But as a matter Of.fae is 0
]act now and never was,. self-regulating. To its contribution 'to. the, betterm t ef. An impartial and confidential nominal. Hence, to make open pricing efC-
,Jhe end of Securing an orderly, efficient,,and standard of living. A control of production body should be the -administrative agency Ili tive the identity of the seller often d
umane industrial system, the regulation of is inevitable under any industrial System A order thatpric lists ma be distributed.to be
competition has proceeded along three disdiki; long experience has led us to leave that prob- members of the industry and their customers In certain industries oPen-price, dystei,
lines. lem to the', open. market. In. a few indus- without partiality and without effort's to in- though feasible, involve such probabilities,',
tries In which 'co petition has proved un- fluence the quotations. The. prices must be serious abuse that they Should be avoid6d,"
Mrst, Government intervenes to secure the
maintenance restoration of usually disorderly it may be, jaecessary'to, genuinely available to all customers and These are industries in which the need is't"
1 J 'conditions. An underst intervene to, bring production Into line with members of the industry. If the body, with preserve competition against attack', r
anding among Inter-
business. men. may demand but. such intervention should avoid which prices are filed is a private agency, its than to Provide facilities by which:&
lishment of a. competitive price. In colise- restritlon of output and should aim at the aetivities must be subject to the immediate tion may be made more informed.. Aa
quence, monopoly,'c6mbination, andconspir- kind of equation betweenproduction and con- oversight of the Government. It is also es- try in which the dominance Of an enterpr
sumption as the market is Supposed to effect. seutial to the purpose of bpen-price filing that or group is intimidafin:g to Smaller ina"
in restraint of trade Is illegal. In the the filed prices be those'at which sales Are pendents is
:.antitrust Acts an attempt is made to keep The strategy of poliey, must find, expression not a suitable field foropen 1),
indiistries,,.open to., all who will take.' their in a multitude of. decisions. But its en& is actually' to take place rather than merely ing; for the identification, of, the small,
single, An economy not of scarcity but of minima.above which members of an industry concern's prices would, in. such cases',, be,
Andes and to, maintain 'a fair field an
plenty. may secretly vary their prices as they choose consistent with the preservatiouxof Its f
oly- is written into thd antitrust law s, the In other words, means And ends must not or maxima from which discounts, are to be doin to make whatever prides it'IM y W2 L
Industries in which 'the Chief ob ele,. to
Industrial Recovery Act,, and the be confused. Meansshould be-fdxible, re- allowed.
lquirbig the use of a 'miscellany.of devices The general presumption must be ag6inst dollusion is the difficulty of devising
and.proe.edures. chinery.for price unde
.0odeA. Objectives should be stable. the use o I fthe waiting Period, and the burden rstandings are equ`
Second,'Goveriarpent undertakes to regulate unsuitable to open-price system in'
The goal 'sought is the establishment of condi- of proof is upon the indu try which wishes S, Ce ev
the.Plane of competition in the field-of wages the best open-price system may be used as,
,and tiolas under which in a free and open market to employ it. -A protracted experience with
working condifions.: In many instances competition may determine, a fair. price. the waiting period has revealed shortcomings collusive device. The field for, open prjn;
a- small mindrit'who seek to gainby disre I I I I I is that in which competition tends to
gard of labor. standards may have their way for which no one is consciously; to blame and b
which Are not easily avoided or-,corrected. active but ill informed and chaotic, nofthdt'
Against the wish of the great majority in A waiting period is likely.'to freeze A'com- in which. competition tends to evolve i*,,
the' industry. They may make labor suffer monopolistic restraint.
;'The Problem of Open-Price Filing, petitive process which should be'-kept active
low wages, long hours, and' intole erm't V 1 6
and to impair the very purpose for' which D. Price Statistics as an AU i
AN I e;, working conditions.. Accordingly_ Gov-:. A. End To-Be Served-m-Open-price filing Is a There may be. many industries, in which
sealed bids are used. In an open market 61
ent stepsln to fix-standards of safety, mere device. Its potentialities for benefit or such device. ends of public policy will be Ad
and health to establish Workmen's, compen- mischief deend upon the purp6se to, which When prides are rising a flood of- orders dur- served b price filing or reporting'a
-atiola, I and' to regulate hour's of labor. The it is which atteud. its
Put.and the methods ing the waiting period may unsettle a future understood generally and accepted by 'the
represent a u e. sta' da'd by' hich its pro ch e syst
provisions -in 'the codes S The n r w motion market. When prices aie too.high, the in- courts even prior to NRA. Su ar
fullbr' development of, such necessary inter- Should be; judged is, price making similar to centive. to reduce them in order' to get more for the open reporting of Price
that which would be afforded by an openand volume of price ranges, and sales v9lumes.-based upo'
d sales may be, lessened by the
Third, Government underta'kes to regulate, competitive market, such -'a's an organize knowledge that price -reductions will. not be- records, of past transactiolis. Such a remft''
t! inpe, com ch a market all ing system involves neither the samee t eke
'th plane, of do 11 tition: Ili the field of trade modity exchange. In.su come effective until competitors, by similar
ces. the sllaess, prac- the forces of demand and, supply converge, cal problems nor, If the Iden onduct of. bu reductions, have destroyed most of the sales itities of s'6116
tiees.gr6w,up which'are the customs :of the th are concealed in the summaries, as greatdan
E _e transactions ore, a matter of public,.rec- advantage.
industry., Those practices are among- the ord, buyer, and sellej can accommodate their P case for a vai gers of Abuse as necessarily atpear with e`
rules of the, ame e vents, every faC,- h indtistiies w
9 for the comP titiV8 strug- activities, to the:co'urse of 6 ..can be made for industries in which sales. are rent pride filing. In Sue
gle and the' function:' of Government is to tor of c a b names of sellers are not to be dfscios,-
sig7Lifican e has, chance to be, egis- of large size and small num or, members are
intokvene to insure fairness of opportunity. Aered, and, a, chanting price represents all any, and widely I seatteKed And information form. of summary statement mustbedevis d
lh,`the heaCofthp strug gle a few'firms may- that affects the Current of a commodity. m adapted to the Circumstances and de I e `
about prices cannot, for some reason, be
lesort, to., unfair practi6es, such as. th6 mis- Tli6 Meal of ',an'' open i I ind competitive quickly, circulated. But even in such Indus- onough to serve thoseconcerned. The con!
representdtion of' goods a'h'd.secrdt:discrimi_ market can seldonabe fully attained. The tries theburden of proof in I ust be upon those Ian
-f iiations, which their conlpetifors4re forced conditions under -which various industries who',wish to employ a waiting period. between the safeguards 'of secrecy. d th
minority. has !i i,
-1 necessity of inform
't in 'ifs ation'
a arried on 'are diverse", the obstacles 0.
power greatly- to affect And sometimesto.-de-. open I and free competition In industries. where. prices. immediately E. Price Filing ,not Price Fixing.-If
are many; and effective are manipulated for the purpose of
C-L-' termind the !Conditions of survival, Govern- the devices and procedures for-inakifig mar- allowing- large discriminatory discounts, to hardly necessary to say thAt'Open-price filing
ent, n6rdore,. must see to. it -that t'r'a'de kei h b Is not Price fixing. Nor should evidenCOL"of
aLha'. I s open. ave. een inadequately developed- privileged customers it may benecessar
practice are freed from abuse are, made' I I ". I y to
In general the, open market is 'currently imp Kluenci. Of collusion in th6lrmaking be inferred froml
business and public. ose some limit-, upon the fr uniformity' In th e prices, which are fileil"',
limited to Staple commodities" capable Of price ch ange. In Such rare -ciases'dis can'be
:'standardization, and objects of A'continuous 'done by provisions requiring th Competition is guppqsed,'to 'effee't uniforinio
we,
price, policy. should'of D ecessity be satel ff ow.- of trade. of prices, through PM open market.
Cotton: and, wheat are exam- once ddective, inust stay Ili effect for some ti L to Mnd, an
in ,generai., tqrms Its end is t cause price ples! of' wards susceptible: to- open-mark6t ininbmum" Period:, A- walting--pe- proxf 11 uniformity. is. bs -Re
al)
(to perforin its.usential fiinctions The Stand- operations. Ain :to.result from thd Proper ma tenan
riod before the price becomesk effective is'not t
ard alike.-Ill the law ofthe1and and in public But where 'there is no, 4en marketIts ",ne esshry ill dealing with 'this p obleni., t1s. tvh4n. .. e pri
policy is a"cor atieiprice'm quotel-,by the members'of am In dus,
11pe made-in anopen functions still. hoed: to. be erforin d Their C. TheField for the Use of'Open Pricing.-
inaTket. It should'h6t 60 perverted, by'.::such performance may;Ve rendered -difficult or im-, OPen-price systems should not be. indiscriiiii- An concert faster than competitom.6 eag
1'rfluences as ignorance,,,nqalice, deception, or possible by the 16ial Aiarater of tf ade, irre nately Applied "to the entire range of Ameri- accommodate. themselves to eibb 6 u's,'a
collusion.:: Such barriersto the Wective 6p-,. fr chase, restraint ban -industry., in soine industries 'the techlll tivities or ;when: prices move uhtfo ly'au'
ity: I- I sharply, upward in -contrast
eration -of competition mustbe.renaoved- the to. trendsJnlre
of trade,, or I some Other: condition. Cal problems Presented by an open-price sys- I,-
Joreos:wbicli tend to-destroy stahdrds'ahd lated industries that evidence- of collusloD
NRA has hoped to.approximate the objec- tem would be insuperable. If commodities
-'.'to er6dte unfair methodg muflt be contkolld"_ present. 'Open-price filing is adevice; pri
I - tives of the open market.by a-system of open-:. differ so -widely in quality, Character,' and
ade pra, ctices 'must be, harnessed:to t e.. /fixing JS a. business policyin opekatlon.
price filing to be Applied under, appropriate accompanying' serice'that prices are likely
industrial. and. social. ends they, should 7serve.- 'st F. The Heed for FlexibiZity--Open-prjde
circum ances. Tbis: takes the form of the' tovary witheach-sale, or if the number of
The:.6stablishment of, a plan6.6f competition collection 'and: e, an open filing should be applied to specific industries,
general circulation of the price concerns and products Is verylarg
involves a coisid6ration of all the arrange- In the light of, the particular dire
'qu6tations 'at which members of an industry. price filing sstem may require much effort
ments_usages, and customso under:, which.. indicate a md1fiess to sen. A flle' is'not- and give little usable information. If rather than as,.a rigid formula'., In each a
prices aze mdde.t. Those characteristics of a, d th r- f through eu attention should be given to Stich conaiderq
f a inarket, an e process of record and cl stom or convenience prices reniain
as Sgn1 I tions as the frequency and extent of
business' are._jii`st i cant as the tech culation lablis --the spe stable And -market changes'lie mostly in the Poe
nolog employed in the: physical pr6dess, of" ed andcompleteness of
change, the complexity of terms of sale,,4,h.
a Continuous reportof'a series of commodity- character of the goods sold, price reporting
prodddion. -or marketing., They consist of de- exchange transactions. But, ie is: possible for may be a meaningless process. If commodi- difflcIty of Identifying an a Ic e the n
'vice s' afiti'Procedures, such. as..a kree -mArketj ;the oben 'file 'to i a b perihdble and their supply ber- and geographical diffusio membeN
open Pric6.flling, quantity discounts, cos,C7, 11 ow, uyers and sellers to ties are highly S of the Industry, the degree f 'COM
accommodate their activities to competitive fluctuates rapidly, 67en-thequickest system Of
countancy, and'jhe like. All of these are con tio'ns, d of quo -be a burden- tion, and the economic importainam. of,
di I to fix-limits,'to the sprea recording current Prices would
Mechanisms;'no one of them is, good or.'bad tations At, Any given''time and to tend to upon many business inen article. In certain Instances, for.- ex ple
rit ordemerit of'.each Comes and consumers. where thefilished pr I oduct I of "one Indu's
iultgelf; 66. me make wice Derfor m' itsdndustrial function. The feasibility of an open-price 'system in-
from, the: use t6 whilch it is actually put_Nor Is the raw material of another, lt:.iu4
d' be Ji' To these ends open-price filing should, so creases insofar, as -price competition is ac-
can any'deviceor proce ure idged alone, ca necessary to take account of dndItJns,,j'
'for it always appears in combination with: 'far as Possible; be made to furnish a public tive, the products of the industry n be co c
reord of price'koveihents, provide a check.. clearly identified, and ribe changes are fre- relatively in6ustries. But' howevu'.,,difficul
a ;*oreover; in considering-the p
4,'. other devio on discrimination among custoiners, reduce quent without being incessant. may be the accommodation of the' devicd,"_
in operation, all these
the amount of' deception among buyers and A price is not just a. price but A price of industrial, circumstances, the ends which, the
devices together. must be in relation n
tolits.technical operations and thechatacter sellers, give the :Parties concerned a fuller something. It is meaningless, apart from in- open i arket should serve are definite guid
of its growth. knowledge of conditions affecting the market, formation abouCthe quality.of the goodsand The National. Industrial Recovery Boa
A,, great many of 'thesd d And..promote and safeguard the integrity of the terms of sale. Accordingly, to 'be infor feels, that th6 device of open-pried
the process of competitive Price making. It mative, all the factors that help to give
cedures are, the',inventions of business;-. A should be perfected, guarded ugainstab
group of -them have now, the approval of ad- Should be used, to remove the ignorance which identity to a price should be reported. In and applieq with discrimination to the Wd
n I Anistrative bodies and tbe courts. Such te Small enterpriser has about the activities industries.in which this cannot be done it is t I ries to which it is appropriate. In cer.
.'f fai I r practices" may be em oyed freely. of his larger competitors, and thereby to questionable whether an opon-price system.
lil industries and for'certain commodltie., 0
insure him a measure of protdctiola against can be effectively used. It is difficulti topro-
Another group is still on trial; their,'range
of usefulness and -their accord with pu4lic vide properly for such information. Identi- which an organized open. market is.not p
'policy have not yet, been, P les de- tical the virtues of an organ ed p.omm
fully demonstrated.,, Theo en market is the desired institution; fication of, articles and their- qualiti
o en- rice'.111ing 7 is an Imperfect substitute. scriptiola of, ow e aied to exchange may be approximated throughL
They should be cautiously employed, the p p h discounts are -r' I
burden, of proof is upon theAndustry -vlshin, The open market fixes the standard of per- quantity and to the classification of custom- device 'of -price, filing.
to use them. A third group, forged in' the. for open-price filifig. ers, inditation of the way in which prices
beat of the- competitive strugglpl must, be tike all otheeprocedures, open-price filing vary with varying transportation' costs-
freed of their capacity, fort unfair use before Is not immune to abuse. Il2 combination with these are complicated matters. Yet any one
they can e generally., empl ne 'of the other procedures Find understandings, it may Of
oyed' 0 the terms of gale may be used not only nter ret t
great. tasks of the NRA is to develop trade be employed to maintain a price fixed by a : by the unscrupulous but even by the Inde p a ion:,,,,
.,.:practices, observe carefully their operation, combination of producers. It may be used pendent-minded merchant, in a way which
and fit them' for service- in the larger task to expose to trade punishment or the damag- Impairs the achievement of the open-market
f. of.,!maintaining order Emd-fairaess in indus- in 9 ill will of his competitors the individual purposes contemplated in the use of the de- Soap and Giycerine MahU4
trial 'relations. whose prices are out of line. But ila such vice. It is possible, for example, to confuse
It follows that a general statement Of the meaning of the schedule of prices by
P017 instinces the evil almost Invariably lies in facturing Indust'
by can resent no more than an approach to' extra Code arrangements which limit compe- withholding an adequate deflnition of ry
a specific problem. Industries are far fro M tition and for which the open price filing of customers. Therefore,, the relation of
No. 83-81
being enough alike to permit identical treat- device l5ecomes a convenient instrument. quality,, quantity, class-, of customer, and
ment. They differ -in structure, in organiza- It. was hardly to be expected that open- various terms of.sale to open-price filing will FACTS.-A firm purchases soap om
tionj in the usages of business, and in their price filing should immediately attain its later be given separate treatment. manufacturers w-d adds toi ver gla
places-, in the nationaland the. international fullest possible usefulness. Abuses; sn(_,h as Observation, ingenuity, and patience may ter orpictures by means of re pr
economy., They Are currently. at very differ-. have appeared in a number ofindustries were permit the-extension Of open-price filing into The firm does not cehange th 8 ha





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Provisions of articles Ili and.IV of Oe Code, Order 40,,. proving revised allocation I
and permitting them to operate, exclusively expenditures during, the budgetary. period of
Official Orders of N k A Relating under the *ge and hour provisions of the August I through, December 31, 1934
Code for the nonferrous foimdry industry. FURNI I TU I RE M I ANUFACTUR, ING I I
to Particular Code's : , 1: 'ode-No. 145: Order'56, denying to.
CTROTYPING AND STEREOTYP DUSTRY,
ING INDUSTRY, C de No.. 179 i 0 der 30, Walkertown Chair Co. Walkert
HE Blue Eagle prints -in, each issue slimm-aries 'of admini BtiVe approving'budget and basis of contribution of exemption from the provisions of articles III
T orders, interpretations,. appointments, and:bylaws approypdby the the. Regional Code Administrative Agency, and-IV ofthe Code._
National Indusirial Recovery Board. whose jurisdiction covers all'estAblishments Order 58, approving buft2t. and basis of
Official orders are of two types, fmaland rovisio al, Whe 6 an order located, in the New England States Area, con- contribution for, the period from.'JanuAry, I,
P n r sisting of the.States of Maine, NewHamp' to June 16, 1935.
is provisional, the time within'which objections may be filed is indicated shire,, Vermont, Massachus etts, Rhodelsland,.
below. and Connecticut, except that part of the State. GEAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTR,
of Connecticut lying west ot a line drawn CodeNo. 11T: Order 21, granting a ilualifted
All protests against provisional orders shou Id be ddressed to National fr extension of the-budgq and, basis of contri
.Recovery Administration, Washington,' D. C., attention De -State and running southeasterly to Long Is- bution for the period of April I to and include
istr r. for'Code concerned';. and such protests should b iece' land -Sound.at a point 3 miles east of West- ing, June; 15,,11936,'and the.righf',tol expend
por funds available during said period.
final date indicated t Conn., for the period, from June 1, to'
Decembei3i, 104. .'GLAZED AND FANCY PAIVER INDUS-
(For Code approvals, amendments, interpretations, budgets and
EXCELSIOR'AND IXCELSIOR PROD- TIRY,,06de Xo, 2481. Order approv is
assessments, 'bT q pe.mons
laws,- Code Authority. members -and tradecomplaints and of hazardo I us occupq.tAons unsuited
otli"i do UCTS INDUSTRY, CAe ]'o 146: Order M
er mimIttees:,,see elsewhere.) 'dejnying to Gardner 'ad Co.' imderiSyears of Age;'
P Whitefield, N. H.,
exemption, from the provisions of article III,. GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRIES, Code NO.''
sectio 28:. Order 473, approving budget ahdbasis,6f, -
us, 1'ah , oftlieCddei'
FABRICATED METAL P: R 0. D U C T S contribution" of the Joint National Code Ati-
ADVERTISING DISTRIBUTING -BLOUSE AND SKIRT'. MAN.UFACTUR-, thority for the N0117Metropolitan Newspap I er',,
,."TRADE. Code No. 297: Order T,'grantifig to ING INDUSTRIES, Code Na.:194' MANUFACTURING:AND METAL FIN-
Order 30, US Publishin nd -Printing Indi -and D
Sam Litman,.Duluth, Minn., exemption from denying to ISHING AND. METAL. COATING IND astry aiy
New Moon Dresses, In6.,; New York
the provisions of Article III, section 4, pr6 City, And Lady 'Fashion -Co.,,- Hdripweil, N: j7 TRY, C ode No. 84 Order'126 d aying. to Newspaper Publishine andPrintiug Indus
hour.': exem Sterling, Ill.; ivis A--5; respectively, for the
vided he pay his employees 25 cents per ptionfromthe provisions of'article Ili' Northwestern Barb WireC6., D' ` ions AL2 and
copy of the order must be posted in a con- sections 1, 2, and 3-4, (2),,of the Code.' exemption froha the I ions. of th6_ period. fr to, April 30 1
spicuous place accessible to All employs Code and. permitsion t= nder. the HAT MANUFACTURING -IRi)USTRY,'
-BOOK OTH AND IMPREGNATED
affected. Administrative Order No. 2975 is Co& for the iron and steel industi
hereby r6scin FABRICS IND USTRY. (Division. of Leather EED M Y.
ded. The order is dated April F ANtFXCTURING.IT9DUSTRY, Hat Co. New,York City; exemption from. the
Clothand Lacquered Fabrics, Window Sbade 1 11
10 1935 and Codbi No- LP16.:. Order granting the provisions of vrtiele,,Il, sectiond, of. the Cod e
terminates, 6 months thereafter. Cloth and Rollerj:,and Book CloM and Im-
Quaker Oats I.,, in behalf"of its to'the extent that they, may work 25, boys
'AIR iANSPORT INDUSTRY Code No. -egnat'ed Fabrics Industries)', Code No. 416: Co, dhicago, II
pr -Memphis plant, ption -from the. prov-1- hours overtime rch- 23,;. prqvided all. such_,,-
Ill: Order 18, granting-to United Air Lines,. exein Ma
Oider. 2Dkapprovingbudget and basis:of con- Yertiniels!paid for at:the rite ok, time and-
Inc. Chicago, Ill., exemption-from, the .,pro- j sions. of article IV,' se-ction 3, of. the Code, to 0
tribution for the p Jod froin January i o:
r I : 'th one-half-
visinsof section 3, article -III,. of the.Code j & 16, 19 tent that: the wages of I watchman may.
be' reduced from 25.12 to'$,4.96 'per week, HEATINGi PIPING,-,AN
to th6 extent necessary to permit it to work,, D AIR-CONDI-
BOOK PUBLISHING INDUSTRY, Code and 2fremen, from $20.68 to $16.90 pe TIONING CONTRACTORS DIVISION-OF'',-
each of its employees employed in the 0 ,r week,
Per- INQ_ 523: Order 17,: Approving, J)udgt,:and ..Provided said-fireineii shall be reimbursed THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY'. Code
nation Departments at Chicago,_.IlI.j as, are. basis of contribution for the. Play and Dra- )34',for the diff -between No. 2 -12'' ti I I
active 7 days a wek, hot more than 6. days from- June 4, 1 prence W : Order gran ng oca exempLioLL
1natic:Text Publishing Division, for'the_..pe- -paid: thein 4,hen th f '6d
...the wage. e Code becAme or.aperi of 6 months to. members. of. the
in any calendar Week, each such employeeto riod from October 1_1934, to September 30, effect;iVe viF;,$14.70 and the sum of $16180 d Wore 'tr
be employed not more than.7 days in succes- el p I er, in ustry. in the. region of N6 ern , es
sion, and notmor week:. Cdupty, Northwestern Middlesex County, And 1,,
e than 42 days in any 49-dgy
BUTTON 40 n Township of Orange Couty, Mass fron,
period. BBERS' OR WHOLE- ..FERTILIZER.'INDUSTRYi Code No. 67:,, o, e
SALERS' TRADE (Di*isionof*hoksaIifig Order. 54, staying the effePtive date of Admin- the provisions of article 11 cection, a): of
ALLOYS' INDUSTRY, Code No. 515., or isti-ibuting);,OGdeN6..201:.Ord(r'8iap-, istrative Order.N 'ri6d of
Orqer 14, granting to Molybdenum Producers.-. D o.,67-W,,for. az.pe 20 the, Supplementary Code, I sofar As it estab-
proving divisional budget; and basis-of co h h t .for
in the industry exemption from the provisions.., days. Said stay, is. dated April, 8,'19= lis es an our y mininium. wage ra e
journeymen rs in excess
tribution for the period. roni' Oc't o-ber I" IN4 steanifitfe '' '' f $1 per
of paragraphs (e) and (j). of section 11 of FISHING TACKLE INDUSTRY, Code No. ` Id cti
hour, -and insofai I oupdoes, spe-
to Juu As,; S4 Se
article. VII, of the Code. e i5, :L935 13.. Order 46, conbWexemption. granted
Order 75 anting'Nettie Fischman, 2649 to Uni n axdwate,0o.,' elfically pstablish, fotsaid.rarea an, -hourly
ALUMINUM INDUSTRY, Code No. Washing gr t, Louis Mo,. exemp- _oii March 26 '1935, 6 H minlmuni wage rate of $:A. This'exempt!
-470: ton Avenue; S TQrr1njton,..'Conn6,. from the provisions of
Order 15, extending effective period, of the %tion fom'th of article IV, section article Il section, S' subs'ection'.(a. 0,Ale is granted With. certain condifions.
Code, exceptAhe provisions of article IX, to p, I HOUSEHOLD GOOD& STORAGE ANP
of theCode to the extent that she:ma Pay Codej insofar as. It, applies. to, 5 varnis ers
her affected, employees less thanthe minimum: and:. 5 assemblers, in, its banibbo rod epart- TRADE; 'Code No. 399: Order
ANTiFRICTIONBEARING INDUSTRY, wage specified therein. condition !'said f '!&tAin provisions of Ad4'_,
em ment: and extendin id m il ij granting. a stay g,,sai exemp, on.
Code No. 198.-' Order 20, granting a stay of 'ployees re 11
ceive: a minimum wage scale com- April'27 1935, provided time and one-half is ministrative: Order, X-136; foij a period of
par4 gy fi-.q'of Administrative Order X-136, jinted on a- basis of 16 percent of iEbminin ai .. e I a ch em pI c 6 days... Order is. dated L April. 8
Ap um p d oyed for all hours: in ex ess,
-'a-peii U f' Odays' rom' I.A, 12,35. for :16w7pri
foir'' o 'o 3 f [(61-mdr6ljajjdj6, provided by'the_ 8 p& day and,40 per week. ICE INDUSTRY, Code No. 43:'Order 122;
V'INDUST ode, plus.& percent o e Im Order,47, granting W6er. Lifelike Fly Co., Charles LeMay, Methuen, Mass., per-9
ART NEEDLEWOP RY, Code. 0 f th mini fini for high-.' granting
No..335: Order l7j:,approving budgets an I d price metchandis6,. plus,80 penentofth6 ssi6ii to erect.,and-;operate a 300-to.A I natural
Stevens Poin eXemptibn. from the pro,- mi
A basis- of contribution for the period from April mum. wage scale as se:fofth 1h' the Cktn,: visions of article II,, section 3; subsection (aj icehouse.'',.-
1, 1935, to March,31, 1.936. Garment Code, providednot mor e than IF) per of. the Cod 'f y'to 85 Order M, granting- to, George T. Young,
cent of th6`firm's-productibia will COU'SiSt Of" skill6d fly -rs, carders,-pa.cke I rs,, an d.clerks, Wilkinsonville, Mam, permission to erect
ARTIFICIAL FLOWER AND. FEATHER Dress: Code merchandise in the lowet-price: d- tie d o'n'e-half ,is paid' fQr,'All' afid,6peraite a 700 ton naturalice storagEi.:.
INDUSTRY, Code, No. 29: Order 2OA;'gran provi ed timp an
ahdnoi.more than Gpercent 0 40 per week and 8 per day' Orde 124 gmutingi;to B. J.-Plunket Al-
in Co., Iii-c., ib, West range will c n- hourAnexcessof
to Barney.,.Sabel sist of merchandise ln the higli-price ra I hge, and prov I ided it will -not altow-'an7-of its em' toona, Pa., perinission_',to Ancrease -his I ice: i
Jhirty-sixth Street, New York City, exemp-
the remainder'Of the produefion:of th6flrm- jjl6yeestoivork in, excess'of 48 hoursper week. storage from i6o to 300, tons.
'f article
tion froin the provisions o, II, sekion.
1,of the Code, to the extent that employees to consist.pf merchandisesbjeetto the Code No,, qualifed apli6ant-:shall.be denied emp oy- Order 15j: krantingKilgbre Ice Co.,'.Ki -
for the cotton garment, industry. NQ'em-, ment during the, peri6d'of this exemption. A-_.; gore Texpermissioi I ato Increase itsice- ma I n_`.:"
may Work I hour overtime each day, pgovided
ployee.now receivingin.exc6ss-of. the mini- copyof the aidiar must be posted immediately.'-ufacturing capacity from 10 to. 26 tons.
time And on&tbird is -paid. The period of
rnum,. wage scales herein prescribed, shall 'eceipt in A con
UP04 its. I spicuous p ace. x- Order 126,; ti t Alvin Kamman,
exemption is extendedfrom March 5 to March gr" Tig 0
receive a less amount, than he now receives.:' pmptioil is of 66. qajs,:beg1nnmg Moody,'Tex.,-,permission toerectund'o"' te
1935, excluding Saturdaysand Sundays. A co of the -order must be posted in a co:n_ I ` I : - 1 1 .
I /I : I I 'a 7 to
py :April 5, 1035.. n ice maiaufactu'ring plant.
ATHLETIC GOODS MANUFACTURING spicuous plae theapplicant' a t' Order 48, extendin of March '23
in S PI n g or ek Order 127, grautin t teiih6sseelce,:
INDUSTRY, Code No. 254, Order 23, Order -76, granting Miller & Gleen, 213 West .1935, g., o
'granting ',John J.. Hildebrandt C6 o,.:S6uthrultoii, Tenia.i.perimission to
ing toA. G. Spaulding & Bro., 140 West Fifty- Thirty-fifth Street, New York City, on behalf f th
Logansport,. Ind., exemption rom, e. 'provi-, erect.and, operate a 1-0 ton ice manufacturing
fourth Street': Chicago,,!111., permission 1o of Boonton Dress, Boonton, N. J., exemption "sions of I article lijs6cdon 3,subsect'ion (ql). of plant and 56'tori:storage
work 15 skilled operators 54 hours, per week, from Ae pro*islons of article IVsection 5, of the Code, insofar as it applies to 6 skilled em- : Ord ome Ice o
T.or-the. -week ending April 13, provided time- the Code, to the extent that Applicant may pay pipyees until June 16,1935, provided time and. Goo 0 12S, granting to H
rgetown, Ky._permlsislon to increase I
and oneAhird is paid for all hours wo its atected employees less than the minimum one-half is paid for all hours in excess of 8 ice inanufactuftrigcapacity from 7Y2 to 221h,;
excess of,8 per day and 44 per week. A copY wage rates on condition that it pay notL 16SS per da and 40 per week and that no qualified t
y ons And its ice storagelrom 30 to.,60 tons.
of the or der-is to be posted in aPPlicAnt's than $0.5675 to operators, $0.4501 to finishers, applicant. shall be denied cniployment during Order 129,'granting to.B. T. IceCo., Knox..;
plant-. $0.630b to presser, $0.4576 to, cleaners and the period.of this exemp6om *ille, Tenn., permission to
increase its.daily.,
-AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING IN-. pinkers, "as, the adjusted hourly scale. The Order 49 granting, Cook Sporting Goods ice manufacturing- capacity' from 40,,jo
e No. 17: Order 15, granting above scale of wages must be paid to
DUSTRY, Cod C Co., 1753 Larimer Street;. Denver, Colo., 6x- tons.
emption frm the provisions of afticle 17 e -:
.to Henney Motor Co.,: Freeport, Ill., ex ployees of the firm in the manufacture of I s C Order 130, grantin to, -,South
tion from the provisions of article III of th d ses %wholesaling at. $2.87Y2 ; and na ein- tion 3, subsection (aj 'of the Code, insofar as,
Qyter Co., Muskogee, Okla j. permissi6n: io
.Code, to the extent that it may employ not ployee now receivingAn excess of tbe.wage it appliesto,:8 skilled fly tiers, provided it increase its ice manufacturiiig capacity from
tD exceed 25 metal finishers and metal ham-, scales herein prescribed shall receive a less shall not allow any of its, employees to yvork 0 to 40 tons. ,
inermen such additional hours which, added amount than now received.'. A copy of the In excess of 48 hoursper week and no qualified.
to I hours already worked, will not exceed a order must be posted in a conspicuous place in appjic Order 3_31, granting to'Mid-West Creamery.,.
Co., Ponca City, Okla.,: permission to Increasa',
total.of 60 hours per week for each employee, the. applicant's plant. theperlod this exembtion is in effect. A copy its existing daily ice',manufacturing capacity-
.provided time and--one-half is. paid for all r 77, terminating Administrative Order of theorder must be posted'immedlat6ly upon
Orde from, 13,to 23tons aiid its ice 't
time worked in excess of 48 hours. This c6m- NoA18-291 and 61-60 and appointing mem- Its receipt in a conspicuous place. S orage from..
20 to'60 tons'in. Stillwater, Okla.'
',,pnny shall not deny'emplayment to any appli- bers to the, CommiSSion created by Adbainis- FLAVORING, PRODUCT9 INDUSTRY, Order 132, kmntin National Ice 3c PueL
cant qualffled to perform the work Per- tiative-Order No. 118-376':And 64-h,' as fol-
Code No. 516: Order 8, approving St andards Co- Indlanapolisi Ind., permission to erect-
mitted -by these exeinptions. A copy of the lows: Leon C. Marshall,' chairman; L-dn for Safety and Health of employees; and operate a 20 ton ice manufacturing plant 1.
and Prentiss:doonle
order must be posted in the same manner as .,Henderson Y. FLOOR AND WALL. CLAY TILE MAN- Ord 133,
the labor provisions of the Code. The periods er granting to Pleefon Ice Co.,
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING DIVI-. UFACTURING INDUSTRY, 'Code! No. 0,2: Fleton, Va., permission to erect, and operate
,for these exemptions are the intervals coul- SION Off'THE CONSTRUCTION INDUS- Order 20, granting members of the industry a a 7y2 ton ice manufacturing plant and 160
mencing on March 23, 1935, and terminating TRY', Code No. 244F: Order A5, approving. s ration of the P' 'SiODS of ton ice'storage.,
atmidnight on the same date, and also on r members of the,, 'paragraph. (1), section B, and paragraph 1,
agreement between emPIoYe IMPORTING TRADE, Code: No 4K7-
March 30, 1935, and terminating at midnight Division and certain -of their employees inthe s le XII- of the of,
ection C, of artic Code, for, a Order 25, approving. budget and basis con
on region of Miami and:part of Dade County, period of 60 days from Ap 6,,1935.
.. Ahe same date. ril tribution for the period of February lzto
BAKING INDUSTRY, Code No. 445: Florida RY,
FOLDING PAPER BOX INDUST June 15,1935.
Order 56, granting to Day's Bakery, Clovis, Order 25, granting Huntington & Guerry, Code No. 193: Order 20, denying to Consoli-
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY- EQUIPMENT..
M Mex., exemption from the provisions of Inc., River and Hammond. Streets, Greenville, dated Paper. Co., Monroe, Mich., exemption
i.article IV, section 1, of the Code until June 16, S. C., exemption from the provisions of article the provisions of article II section 5, of INDUSTRY, Code No. 315: Order 20, grant_:7;4',,,
from ing Industrial qloves Corporation, Danville;'
19.35, or if the act is extended, to October 1, 111, section 2 B, of chapter I,' as it applies to the Code.
,1935, provided that in the event the bakery is the Electrical Contracting. Chapter of. 'the Illi exemption from the provisions of article'..
20 FUNERAL.SUPPLY INDUSTRY,. Code IV' section 3 (e) of the Code, to per it em-r.
sold prior to either of these dates, the exemP- Code, for the period fromApril,1 to April ting a, qualified exteii- plyees to work not In excess of 48 Imurs in
tion granted is automatically terminnted and 1935, incjugi7e, to such e. Ktent as is made Pei- No. 90: Order 2D, gran
sion to the budget and basis of contribution any 1 week, for the period March O to April.
In no case shall the workina hours 'b in- essary by the nonavailabilitY of local qualified I~ - ---;-A A --;1 .1 1 QQA + AX-1, l I (AN __ - I - - - I -,









ADMINSTRAIVE RDERS--ontinu
DM.I'N TR TV -0'S-1ne' 11.
.(Cdntnaedfrompaje 5) wage rate of 38-cents per boar must be paid PLASTERING AND LATHING' CON-' RETAIL TRADE, Code No. 60: 6rdbrj'9
'1nPRIrving Kagan, New York City,. emergency -mal employees, provided at no time shafl the TRACTING DIVISION OP THE. CON- granting to Yabn-Jones Hardwar&0;'.ti
'iexqmptlen from the provisions of article III. percentage of employees at the minimum rate STRUCTION INDUSTRY, Code No. 2M4N: Ellwood City, Pa., exemption from. the .'iyj;
WWSf. tb Code, to the extent that the? may work i 'exceed the percentage now so employed. Order A2, approving agreement between em- aions of article V, section 5, of the 'Cod6c
:Alipelatorpa5 hours on Satuidays Marcb 23 .'Orders' 64 and 65, denying to Yames River player members of the division and certain the extent that the,3 .owners of lhe estasiu(
30 provided time and, ne-half is paid Paper.Products, Inc., Richmond, a., eemp- of their employees in the State of California. meant be permitted to work on an tnre4t" ti
o ,r.al; overtise. : . oin fro.p the provisions of article V, se..ions ho u .-..Nrs basis. Exemption expires J.ne .
"4WA- NUFACTURING -AND WHOLESALE X. and 5; of the Code and -article V, sections PLUMBING CONTRACtING:DIVSION 1935.'
SURGCAL.INDUSTRYCodeN : and' 5; of the Paper Bag, Manufactuting OF THE CONSTRUCTIOND Oder 406, granng to Cen
G. . ., ... ..TY C o e o .-, .at r l






-.d r a p v gli o d o Code. .i .Code No. 244N: Order 25, granting local.ex- C0 Jackson, Miss., exemption from th
.a-.la unu itd t p under yers '-fOrder 66; denying to Wyoming Valley'Pa- emption, for a period of 6 months to members visions of article V, section 1; and beitqfiiif
Ro age. ', 'o d ers M Nd0imbrkdN exemlarion of the industry in the region of Northern, Administrative Order No. q0-2-1. aplr'e
From the provision of artile Worster Couty, Northwestern Middlesex November 24, 1934 t Exemption, wa gr" "
i,,'ARINE1 AUXILIARY- MACHINERY and.,,as amended. County,.and one Township of Orange County, 'to the extent .that it bepermtedt'.fii
IX-NDUSTRY,: Code No.W242: Order 17" ap-. r 6 nn rin Papr Mills ass., *m the provisions of article *III, sc- the work hours of one' employee fiomni
4.:..... . O dr.61 de yn "o Er'n[,rMils





proving budgetande'basis of contribution for m Mas exemption from thMe prolon tio(b), ofT tb Supplemientary Cqde, .inso- hours per week, proyidedisaid A"plbe .i
b.Yeperioct from February 9, 19'4, to gFebru" ,pcen ef othe e hfar as it dstabllshes.TID hourly' mini.mnamwa. ge monthly salary be ncreaind to
'Aj.Y ONN. ,toSeetet tJeSTRY C. wod n d5ee the ofrctheaC ow ralte for skilled 'pov anin p Ig.eicess of $.lper j copy of. the. order must be .posted .inae g
'Order 68, 6ekn to flondout Paper hils ou'r-and Insofar, ag said section '66spedl- Acpicous place accessible to the empi ".
IAYONNAISE INDUSTRY, 'Code No. J. .nogh, N.: Y., e from ael 9e





O39 order 28, granting to Otto Seidner, Inc., provisions of article V, sections 1froand 5 of catee f b dliss c iann h ourl $mini mum w xag fected..'.
,. 30sterly o R. .'ieexeimpteon from,' the provi- the Code..'u. s R echiondI'ad., 0'rate-fo r em einics of $2 Tisra- order 407, denying1 to. -Carroll 1 q%-..,
-.al sote article III, section' .1, .ote Cod ee for Od 6,de iong to aertlon is granted with certain conditions. Orange Avenue, West HavenirCon., Jexnej
"44 la.from.March20to andOrder i udenoying toh 'Cushman-Rankid Co.,' -'Order 26 granting to Master Plumbers ofdnr r sof
..'e. feMachq20 to and Inpludig iBath, N. H., exemption from the. prai .o edooMa: fwt eexcepU on .t aof tishs 'ti," i. H.ro
ff..;%, 1935( proidedhno-D emplQyee' works faric G the cities aid imiedirite'ttade'dreaus of Port- o tder Code.',
^exces.of 12 hoursngs' anydyazardoU. ou '-' '.- tdbr 6, gdaning.to tohe li Po pei' Aazn-'a landtand Bar.aHperbod are oxclded, eto emp- viOrder .40, deny tion fto t.ore'p r
ployees-be paid af the rate of time6'andone-.' fadturing Co., ChIlds, Md., exmptidn from the lidn from. the, provlstous'of article 111, pee- ofa rtile, VI 1. eo f tI"
tfrd;for. all b tours-in.u e nxcess'f ofr 40tn any provisions of article V, section 1', of the Code, ton 1 (6) of. th6 Code 'A(chate X) for ,a so a, e O secon 6 l d. '
I or a in day" a y 'A., copy, of. the'," ', orc. c a 5 e fa ounths f.ro
"K^^^.'mus be MAte d nacspi cuus rde=r. .and deu..ng .em exemptionfrom the p.ro- period o'.3 months from April.d, 1985, with eROAD 'MACHINERY MANUFAClTUI
nsb pted In.a consp s plac in tbe visions of article V, section 5.' Esemptio4 Is certain provisions as to. rates of pay, hours ING INDUSTRY, Cod' No 68 -Order'
..e ant. .. granted' to the extent that the company hy of labor, definitions of cities and trade areas. rovin idet and basis contbnti
Foaf o dn 'pay,. beginning. february 5,,1935, a.minmum Adopy of r o .order must be posted in a con. fCor the period from Januarys1 toec'
La.:; Cumer s & Prod uts IO:,,. wage rate o 34 cents per oqrtor male em- splcuous place in the applicant's plant. 3 1 e935. f the'.W
; "Orleans La. olnial Maonaise 'oyees, p novided a t no pme: shall the per- .. .,
J'M,&' -.'V( N]"'''I.- Y. T'MFoir & R "i' ,.'; NO lbc ,- ...... .. ,,' .....1,... hou ad nn-a, aldsetp des pe Spcuusplce ccsn etoth e plil" '





N I Fort ate Defiance, ntage, ofemplees. at the minimum rate PLUMBING' FIXTURES INDUSTRY, application .
bo; Gurinby-Co mInc., Lockort;'NiY. .ra- ceedthe percentage now o'eployed This' Code No. 204: Order"29, 'granting to w mnation of the stay. contalned- A i
tilty uying Service Champaign ,'. and. exemption terinaes June'16,1985, Case & Son Ma nqpfact ring Co., Buffalo, ra Order No 68 pll 26184,
elSo iDecatsse verett Was, exemp- 'Order '71, denying to Carolina Fiber Co., N. Y., exemption from.the-provisions of arti- regard.to tiade.. -practice .prov.sins s
on' Q5 Code Contri but! on under' thd C ode 'of t hi i '..e
AutborIe Boud.geotrsiantton Andm sth Cer HartsVvi., tle C, :et ptn frm the P rov-. ,cia III, section 1,. '.6 the Code, insofar as a t h are applicable' to the sale'. of.
ot ; ;,ho a sion s of article V sections 1 oand do te such -provisios 'apply to -the hours worked by .tnpe actors. s ioe
''34 " Code. one watchman,' provided he shall. not be. em- ROCK CRUSHER M N UFA=CTURi
orTO-T p9ye mnes ony dayx inan 1op wee th;ode




-..TiMERCHANT. AND''dUSTOM TAILOR- O..,Order 72,. denying. to :Gulf States Paper ployad in excess of 56 hours inany 1 week INDUSTRY, 'Code No. 76': Order 18,'appit
G'INDUSTRY, Code. No 494: Order .12,_. orpoxation Tuscaloosa, e Alat exemption and he s onte opensated in accordance -ing budget"and'basis of contrIbuoMNUfor..
r moving list of. hazardous occupations pP from the provisions of article tie econs 1 with the provisions' o.' airticl TV,' section 1, riod from January 1, td Decemberr 31,Al"Ol
u ant'd tlominorst."under years, of agegr *; .anad6'o ta-oe ,-nd 5 oof the Code of bCode. of c' an trd . pRO ing Ad SH. MEA L: eeti*
,T.AXJ 9HOSPITAL, FURNITURE MANt-..O rdseer' 74, denying topBadger Tisbsue Mills.t ROOFING PE 'WD MET
4TE 'INDUSTR, jp6. No.527- Kak:nn sexept Pn'FF. INDUSTRY, 'Code No., .
.x/.UrIN6 rnRY, -c.Cpdl Ekk&n.d s exemp frow; thd pro''. 216:; orde0 16, approving budget and basis .' -CTUING DM SI6'N, OF THE CO^
8, r t of zardou cpa sons of article V, sectionss and5 o the o nibuton 'rthe period fronm January t i DUSTRY, Code.No.. 4
'andetd8, aprov ;Bing rsFo rdcsC.: ; o -n="- o, "' = cq 'b to f~ .TR CT.N. I





H s'usiedt m ors'under 18 years of Code to December..31,, 195. Order 22A, approving"budget 'andbasi,'a
.. .e a. o 'o a 'on''' O .-.Order '75,; denyng to the' Jssup & Moore- ' .. contribution for the. period from Jaiul
P e ""o ,"P Ii fl Cod !No ,.509.





_L.BTAn ..' TeAN', NbpUSTgRY, -'ode'n. N Paper pon tPhilade]psla ea',on behalf of PRETZEL INDUSTRY, Code No... -1935 to Janury 1 1936 .
J andlasi the, KanmogrePpriC Gut rM asOird15, ahe jrrbving budget abdftings Otf con-s
"'ftflio mb oe.ontibto n'f ntX o erom e J aner exemp't1 orn lf the prov tis ns of t le r V- r.mbiuts 'tein id o r 'o om. F db eduary -'o28 RUBBofER :MNoCT RaING4iu"u
0 r *R~il"II~etdn^sjd lO ,.antuary "'oreT-an'. -n t'~e ali^ frosduin w.e oots of.- aMareiand V:i .pntpoie l epoes'o-wrai
tie: af~s TRY,'Code No.,156: Order 7flA,Ckgran"#
.. d i tu~ e' ": .... .. ".. :-". -, F ... ,"' 15s95ganes go.'.





,d ,-d-. neny.sc tions 1 and 5offtht heh Code embpatii afrom iudetion or d, brticl't V, t6 t.'e-,
t..... ".;" ' ", ,.., e^ -





*'.IND .U'ST. :',r-a :n. e...n .'a or o"articl'oV,;,setions 1' n,d 5p the pCode;.T, ..,... o .,,Co..., 9 Order 4.1, gr wanting per that 25 'emabloyeess omay, to w rkS doa A..f
along^^^ bfrfllV ," eti6ni.:1kjkedt o. that:tll,- Xl itag.Lt'. ,,:, eptio paooe r 'n. Cmode .ponsss..ot.ar&e')7,tdftidnd '.6rne.,-prsv or sncu ond on productio n of ub er tieed p ipifat,
aI ,p'in'o cs ..nd. a r, of the. Cod O;. rd 7, g'rf ti goe o.. th.' By w&' ft"ne&pt din' e mot ofoe. ., -.h. ac d April on. p, .a.l e.:l o e ,.ab 'vi"* ,z,,
Ordtr tb,'tW work tritonim0?s'P-' -- eid I OAR
thyUt y eirsrY,. Patio'nNr.o., P: aPa.from ethe'pa.s, ''de' d..n o one band Dala e pid: time aid. on-hr o A .L'hO : eUIN "a
p*unsDredovisln o r l n o e6ni]mnrSan, "egd.' "a "of.40eprwe. '. ;.' Of .fro, ,h re .2 a oe*N. : b det 22.,ga
l .o.i' e ba'.....' ....I.. 4' "' Sd.r ;' . .... 23, *o-. ai-, e rnp ,gd the ponth frmes p r, re:iT., .U.. rd6 co 'ob o75, ,;den ing 6wt.e e y r -ro g bbea tt'u
*K f reF :5a, eriyNg,tA-~ s^ I1UTRY .rvdyta'nt mbreN""Per o; hldijda.. ,.:o-ehl:o... ,RE Z L ID .STha;1 -.Co ie r ,, re.-.0: .ur19 -Co, Io3nc.,'y 31;7:19 ''. ." =m" .! : ff








)standiais ro l'o' overi me pervaisi' onso' f giRe t .dl ap i:sctio .5,o.'of th'oe, d, STRYCo e ,r N 4Oag er r: rant ,Andover, -II., exempt tion. .o .i: .B
da B ?.y.O ..e frw kM 2 E e tin...5 ;x 3 i lh 'ga q toe: t-peyt -k t that-" .. -:`1. t'T Security Wah oe Co l, s .Cmedt.o,, o article. V-o . e( ,leqot ibld:p 1..
mave. beenn' to-i~d"prne thaf' all-0'd
..... .p' oyl .ai o i a .'.Ii .ectioi2. ate. m' e an begsi'nning con,',upiuu .. '. ,- ;aetii o cst ru. an us 30, .. ld the o e.. 1 3 & ,
._unOder ; 19 J ..,-;dnyn to .. '-M '"r ".Td p i-i .pl -an Sp e."- ... . ..: ";,' ;- ; "' .i .... .. ...5Q .pe w '"k,,t" h l : no -e c .. monstud fors'o me ti on. pe r tllek 'fr a terod te








a..R.nm m wag&.rate o f'3'7 ... exm tit ,.' pe- h. ,'Order.7d6, deny'pr g u*a gto cublt& ar etio o efng t stage d .. denying to .Text 1 Weather ..:.,
*BLtTrIe p R-oyi iost.N U T Y aricod-V eti ns. '1 ar :id 5, ~ n.co**Ba ti .',ra,-M.,exemp~tion.. -om- the, pro- i n'.ar -RE a tYM .,o O ,male., D S, emlo. shG'wo~'* ove rmeh'.ou .,.sallo "Ohior:ted tbe xtiwe
,..,. .e^ oa ..;., .. ... i. ". : ... ... . :"' .... .. v ion .. .. art. el& ., .......... an~d 4.of. the ...... han -,-. .... . ..we k:. -..c p of t e .. .o r .r ..a...m o 1 n oi ,h ,fr... .. ....






Cym-Ha d enitg'. t. Af empl oyees and-.aCeper; a per hour fbr 'aa aeratanta.e lata, a ni co p p..moToledo, 'OhrtBi
ell "ddo eI gt a ro Pap pr !Mao n e.. .fein d .eem o : .dyaqa o . a, P a s y .a es e t o mp n, provdudi' t meshlodem pt-ionr-ge h
n ':rtirli '. hof." ,tt'ebmO6y,,;' oV ex smti onl 5' trh; p ;lercdn tage of ,pa,,exmpy loe a ft rdm the d-tryr3, de myibngrs Aofg oes\Wc ,nd e:=; of lasid time. acd lone-tatt,,or *al.';.oiceW ii4!



atP'o'..' 4-u b r -t"n :' a d -. '-p' o v" i ,o ,p .c Y .. a .'4 a -' o a ".t "., ,' v s o s o 3, of t he C cd & p r i t 7 I-,'
on.( freip ao esn" ia -ttolt V M eprt-v *. a e r ., .sc95 1 a 'e x e e t a rc p n, sego no w d (Bo),.oy. .. ceI, SCHIFFLIe THE ..'HAND"A:,' .CH ..
-g t,8' ..d ....e..... e mt odi...n c: bha. Ore PAPR of atif le, RESTtAURTn...o'fo. `o 1b BROIDERY, u. AN -DTHE ..pted MBRc.spl
|oyes;0' U~r.ytata 1"!3' t hela^ bf1"t^m Eneovion'^^ 'si ~ d 't .' Kg ",iETAILCUSTO MILLNER 'trA1 1ltT 'RADE:[ *P'acOrer "in 'tenyn ,aplaispato., Yer *;.; ,^
stapdlians.-.ofh t.,tile V, .oetaons :1 an,.e, or- v .s^eon~ os 0' a .tcle. Y,' secti~u5ofs theande- Di4,. f a,. , ^ eai rade ode No. 60r0n:, SCE'II APPARAer, Mas. .ee.pUST.ro e
...,b.,i^Rh.Ed^ 5 denv.ne to Waab aenr, Co Sa r rch ..,;xmtoer 29; d nyn to. tbom *.M.een Rohat.Al." & Ordeurit 5, approuv e'. : Gvsonl ...budge"- a ,d. roe.o ; o 114:, Order 19, gr antieng-aseqtoayl












'aOrer : 9 .enying ..to Tenonessee T issruean-. ."the :'ho I0e.. s :" ** :de'd ,"t time shal tcrdl^ snAinbmeh0 oe 0+on 'poiso SC rE aper .ACHINE-e :DtUtT MA
Mils' Nas ,e.ript, e on, fro n time DUTeper, Coe-o Neo 28 toerea 2at.perny "8 Brdet igm g to New Palace Ho- THRoEAD AN SCteCOID P' ...
-: prov1sonsoUaiticle V,t setons' 1' 'ad"5 ','to, An ican"Pper Cp o Re mp on Vt ai from th"eh- RT O NU GR riE, Co de N o6 : Orde. 22, b l:-.:: i
".th e .... " r 'tion ro of article..V..,p.o.. .i..bf.r....e.... .e. V, .ion '1,nd o.'..e. Odde ."l ogA E t m ereia S s E. mbroidery a j



*^ Bnrf; Mac4Spissuy., ns exemption 1935ie:E-%' Bestitutron of Wages t.o g.piF eb r. r exfmptlby n; thois sali'eprvshet's resf taerant Chiag,toJn ,15,.exemption from,. thp provlii
'in s ofarti clep j, s ectio. of.,n5 19-5 ". be.. ma A. cop o,hr der op atps Tae ex ti o nis 3 ...m.ed't-n. off a' fl ',' se Io '1 1( o the "
'Ai.dle6 o on aj. aaele sections Har 'd be pse i c uef .'ho mutb.ade" wic sn in ppu y on a' 1,lex ta 1 e,. m b wo....
.. O .rdr r ......nyng to il TdM kn..... applicant s pe d ce n age $o w5Q'j.,o, wo. '. aplin se no =t loate wued.. o. hlurs.o erimne r Sw ek or p.ri
.'t ..oj ,as- g. R Spb'erfrdNgs,. exemption from rd...d-en.gt.mi ap Bg't'vo ateat 0sin'2 whihs e Aki n 317L 49.: May2 a98 ffi it-u
"the.prov.isione.of.artcle. -V ectios1 T an 5 C Bae. MdBA 'G,'em ptl n. fRo m -. th .. i thatni.e...oy..sall.Wok''.oe. SaidRtImEhu AN'bD, bHE ok eEteveenD tli
bi8 ennxe toaf atmi pasci on 1..and 4-fte moe J ta NJrh-,aia-ao. weak:;. Anu',da cop y m of the hours from 8are.mi. to 1 ncan ,




C'eguard ebr "jl0, 5,nn to85 Halmifax Paper Co CodeI as amendd F .3 ..an s era hoi.s S o. C m, ae-xiempi lonfo Order 73d.aens nngton h oe Ba &e a b ot o si 2p ys o iages cl iv p ied enbh h e a a l 'e g
a'" p3 cens a o f ort eempaeorees," dfwuke r e e spev Ohmpio'eepin from th e Ordyler1.3 .thins etoAg s'e rec t, Card. Chicago, Ile .,aet eme and elenehs for al ojd|
:l, *d;a"t a 5 e: L f T;pserovdin s ions of.c.- ri.cle. V sections 1 and 4, as .o rationn a, e xemp tion i is l tom te' prosdto e," of otrtiele -I Vn setleos 1 a(),sof ete:ta .rtt ed
't d..&0 .p.e at t ying u to' e.s Cd e . amendedW6 Februawy.-m1t935. be ..p artie ene sect aii i d their-nSon V sio ofnat least' (a the extent that 13 "b w



ton, New "nor Csy, e'Jdxemption 28, d OS tETkCa d d. sl. OTH'' R of the oerdertm m t be posted.In. a cqnspl5!utU
'Qf dta i.ta'hdo SpigV frmhe tricngC Ryipchmond 5Q -Pr exeptin 'rom'
lpaovision'tofir ocle V, seian, 5,-of' -TOILET teEnin oATd&cONS' RETAIL CUSTOM M TRADE- place in thea t'splan.-
o ..b.ode: -. o e '' '. of:.. e Code' ,'- ,..,...,,. ..... ... ., .. '(D v so the e T: SF'



"Orderied, adenyinton Whatbe Paper o C od S. 3 Order 29t Thmadi'M. Royal & Order ta, apnoing to digvidbnal-bed Work"!Code Nbo.11. Bu Order 19'ogra a torTi
tU M 'exeoy m o fo the proid ls Pledaepba ad e of contribub.e tioi fr the prosiod r i I of sc' ,thed ule' t lj
t'sricleh ra steos eland ;of the C proiion of 1 mots omAp l2191, article.A: V section's of the 4,u s fom 8 a. .'&o'. t 1ara gra e the Co e d "'
dr den In to' T elnb se eias Pate oeer, C COLD N' AND PICT'U eTap 5 TR DE -Cond Nosh 41l Order 2 ppro- va im. oe .a eeg.ulme a fnesteC 'R Wfo tN Fr ICF
dllNoa' s i ee n; exemption from 'h Order 3. denyD ig toU- t eM .. apos e r Ba ovg1ing& 'e ath usi ofe of tion 2 ei UtACTo r Ode 7, aingD iS tRy ( odg,;I
b roVisIons&o f artic e V, section s 1 and 5 C of't '. ol e a liHoe, d. exemption from the pro- '_p0erTiL d ny 1,.93 to AN e sG R e Wellh CorYo Fabriat e tivera .Noh.o tmRa' eo re d ewe
-t h.CMode ... evisions o article. section 1 ,and 4 of the. Ro ADe C od No. 12 rer 79, grnto tas,, '2 1or fapp erovin suplmo enont arb dge an bdi
'Qrder 6,-0 ning to Uio aid [ p i ode ' 'OS t G5i Co.,o lncr of o tre i ,uon the sd farmi c -nit u


Bac.ro.fM'sit s-e e ..pti, o h-',ee mp on fproi -.Oder. .. dey g toDie.m &g tPap fros. expe '.p..tdilon of 'the. .las icsve, pro idJun e 5p198s 'ha l, ...
'raovisns o of artic le'V, section of 'th e Co, "CIeNcIani OhMoN"exemption .from Fthe .'-O rd 'rticlen y Vg to 3: 28b1c3 an"r'- ,least, t-e one- o ll 'tr
"."y and -eyn 'xm to "ro "h "rsin ,U Y Cod No 131 re 9 dis 'cu t reeva' by h Cod .uiriis ,oe .i-'..;






ofardclr 61, gractiong to D Pper 'the ondee l. 5, nd of (. ofrdte Cod, whcticn o 'rt SOAP' AN GLYERCERINE MASONU.t
Code .. ,,.. .."' '",iBae '.provialons of. &rticle .V, 'sections 1 rand' 4; a applicants exma hnses ofro tres lroat~ o wredwihn TRN In DUSTRY, Cf odes No.m t :edm-
''aj Order 328,-'dehjtg 74Wreidk.auf .C
tip .RVr ng'. Sprng, 'Pa. ,, 'xm io frm tene &. Bag ,o ,in .'t th Ke. d Ca Richmn V,:~eer sug V ., and g utn to ,. ,y to.r e, ic..(
tion:.- ew pr ovistcion o exempt tion on 1 a O heye d I Sdde.-.:m i.'. --,S e m t shl '. of4 the order must beLpostedn aita a 'onsw



















'*'-. amendx ped' to m 'the ex en t io ,t thatieaypy bex- Defromb'te jro31i94,re ofpricle V sel iog nd ds- ot o na and ee T uve sda y'tpie1ad2 of exemption frorte'roieon tnf artCiSRU TIN ND ST ,'G4fl
F.tettat rmFbr uar3 5, 195, ,a minimum wae o nd'4, 'b hde-."ti ear fdindipermitsve ac manadert wor80and24ofhe ( Co edeonupe'n7 conditin 1) a*"i
ginflin ,', r~ P'r, n Ort 'der 33,"den'ying t.lomPhoeni PRod yats C .o 'A 'exra hours,"oec of sad 2.. d.-ays fo the 'poy. enae In bO ma9u, au" 'o a ,"

h oe ' And oe r m lm est n 'ul y nt' shl b p d tle 'a m in.im
pecetagenwy Eemto PE FUE- CSeTICn OH rf all ed si wace eu to the mnua'-ag providd-
,.'fromtheprovisiosof article 'Vsetionscand 5,'d. TOILE PREPARATIO IN DUSTR,' p_ R TAI 'A N D R O ..theiCodefd. the 'insectIde and. dIND69eO-Ti
's odenied and 'restitution shall he dto all' d"ode No. 861" rde Orderi "/7.granyingtp.va2 approving S, d n oH ndDa Ce,- Codu Th e m u hran fngr ash.
suc, em oy.d e es denying tohav beno Papailess' thc.a ok a -.'bud ge a d abiai' of contribution 'fbr Newr the mderov of ployas shall be not s -moe-ha th emaxiV
suchrates, aspeci. exempt tion sinc Frovi,. nep, o fr tio V.. o of t he Cod e. '. ,.o ors provie d In 'the .. sect..id an .41!,
'5 onary 5, 1935. Exemption 1t.eate uone 16, to .Jun.. ...19... s January f ean. Inuti'935A copy'1 of the orderTinne
is'-e1"35 RETAIL,. no RUBBeR TIRE ".OOrder 62, denying to T.Fmbeau aPapler the CTde.. M ArJ_ PICTURE.' TERYt TADE, Code Nores, a1: Orerat 22,ith- aCRE. m -oUS aTed..E "RODUCT
Paro'Fain, Wis., exemption fromt FraMe .NDUSTRy, Code teNo.28:Odr ric bugtnd basis:ofecontribution for. 'Order 76,granting' tg oWhhite &f H9o0dg





*. "mons of particle4 ~tn 1 an ., f'b '19 'grnig ,u e exeso pf th 198 th pei ,d pMa 1. 194t Jun ,1 195 Weigon Aene Evrt Mass 'ee.:,
'~m..Code. n" r~t h |ra nh- budg?,et and basis of conributio thrqsehthe.s RETAILo -- SOLID F UEL INDUSTRY,, o ,exmtion fro hrovisi powons of artic.es.1,.03
Or.. de. Pl mus of tFecodebrua., M A. 2 g r IV of the Code,Iupon cond4lt.n tt.U
-Cido 6 L enyRnapi. Wi.t, exepton frlomth-U O '3 zade enont ooEx pe -nd aeot Of gath sn-plu s the above engaged 4n Sexmcepttat tue ode-se



~' provsiansofarticleV7 se~ln.1, -o the CoeaPIPENIPPLEoANUFACTRINGIN-funds, handmebruary28,.l ofandnotributionedftoIstthe alphqnae'fOil,1-dTan
and denying exempio from the. proions DiwaukTRY, Codeeo No 13 m Order 1ro,-' Paper.,- tount r'el-vbb 'the CodeAutborti Codgcr .last






of .article V. secio '. of, the Code. They provin geeart bulleti Ns o.s 52 unde dateo Olnnrde 255,~l grntn a stay.n-a of:3 dh'~ay noul ieas as -eILsCNRATIGtIiSIO 0n 1
ilon,eiengen. 0o: emloed. exmto" PERUM, COS hETI,' AxmiinD OTHR rat n~ l xr'~fr~okdnsi -a ~g qa mte~ li~~ae~



a m r section 1, tothe. ax- Decme 31h 1 re p f a he eivedae of' sexetion g uoNTtIoN INDUSTRY, C$
].. tent' that from Fi brusi 'y 5o 1r 95, amlne mutn, counTisi o period Ad trt" Od -se-2ions I l (... .. oOA, 7, c ... M U


the Coe of Pe.dwihs~lapyol.t
ii, Orderx "6'1 maxnu nongs toD .Br airp aaf fsorslctdwti U IGID S.Yo r~ NO': e4 10..
:deiod andresituion hal bemade o ~ Ord er ic 321: Ord erin .,t the odL n~yin prv '0,1 Or der 80, eyn Va. :Fee icksburg, Dary o., a . _.... .. .._.
pmyees; sRi g-pig, a, eepinfo 4 rntin toe Pno mre nan toI,0ene malu
am.:uh .poyesf 'h'avbenp dles tha .of the Orovisiond a4s of' eontric ;sections 'br Ne ork e1epto, fro th a~~ovseol .... ... ... "0,"
d nor to~e 'th exten thatl~o int ma ab-dy n uedy pi n ,o
i~~~~zean'4hb ta-e 'pcfidi sadscinsne e- h e d e and IV ofoth trom "Cprel n. 193" L1U, I aril ,scin2 fteCd -r a
ft, 37 cents pern~ boar frinatbep Jnnloee 1 lay T ..ploy,. ,... ' eet s engaugtey In opy oi" te-orae








;' ... = :' -- ." ? ... ..... ..... -. "' R TAIL RUB ER- -RE'.'-D-AT---'posed.i.a onsicuus lac"a "sa''
!&i.t.ooe Od 33, do to Paper Po.u. C o., tra, hors.E ond'eah of sai d er 2 c for t
.-Wiarl 92acensWie., ebeui tior froma the e provis- FR. puUT Y oe o 0:Od r.prostgbdeof t aknd q rbas i nve c ntorysaion do. ordgyerin 7,ganting teasr Wh defb & ho
.irki deon Wit atDhn~hl h ec lg-article V, sections" 1 and 4,' as 'and Insolubl minral basi esenia ebt~ ntruhte'"In
i.:C.'O Tklttl Rais Wsex tonfo the "ed bra75,1935. za n to expend portion of the sui' ants sh al a bo e paide not lessep than -a. mCoiDeJ
"~pietg no.heredpoyd.- xmpiooPRUM ,.COM TItND OHEertefrullpxr;'oonatedd O ad.-dy a t teTiainuIvrg dprv ]e
p4rovisthipoisiof rilnsecf aticle1,,o ietheode, 5f TOIET NPREPARATINUFATU NINDUSRY perid. on btnd Codear f8, t9hean/rc -inetcd .n diifet ,91
.: ad denyi, ng rexemption fro)bematdepl o'o9iion DUSTRYy Tode maxmu hours fore such dea- 'onsrsrvbeb z oe ktoii oe
,. of article V, section 5, of the Code. They pro o.vi 61:gOrerablei No27 moiyng.er date of Order 50, granying to Highand f30Daiy. aCo. TL O TAT'N D II .'ii:
-4.id. aeeemptoed wom -have beetin paidless tbeaet ofetebudet and basis of prcontribuingond d-fb Netork ee pfo the effeesive Oft ofoee exemtio gbate no- moe-ha CONSRUCTON iDUSTY da
,:.= ilc ten.tate from Fieb'ua'n sai 5, seto sinme r Fe- c-eid f1 otsfomt Api 94, ater V sdn enctioa 2 o te Coder,2021. horsPovided. in -the Ii, ollde'nd ')6:W




nary5=!: 195 Ex o temnae Jun 16 to Jun 30, 195 .etn idsr.- A cop .., tl:o .
PITR MOLDN AN PITR TEY TRDE Code No4 410: Order 22, a.>. ,,. 6my.safetd
"`al'F l Wis. exmpio from the. ,,....
19-rtn a allle exenio ...f th 1984 th Perio of Ma 1. 194 to Jun 1-, 1935 ...l*..n Aveue :v "R:ee






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|No. 244E. Order 19, granting a stay _of the WAXD PAER NDUSTRY, 'ode No;... .H S^ ~ ig Phoenji; *Sam. Kahan,. sersud, Santa Rosa; Ea A. Millard. ukahslwB
L provision of article IV, e of thd C de 1: -Order l,st ."'a of basr-i ardousl.. .ho 5 . o.n ,,L H,


^' for, the division and chapter IX of the Indus- rc'pations 2ln1,-apfrbfng n~.daer .1S' yearss* Phoenix; Joes:-nnh.,-Pthoeni; nomAgsaf;.iier, Kad EvckAStcko; Mahos/Berkeloy; oanly-Si&
Stry until June 16, 1935. ...of-age. .,. '. : '' *. a Charl.s T. H.sselU.e, Tucsn.to serve pa the H arriW am B. ;Larkn Earl B ..obins" .
S... .... ,',, `:: ".. .... .. -::..." 5,-+ -++ ..." ... .' ..



iTOLL BRID.E INDUSTRY, Code No '' T MOP'MANUFATUR. ND tepora ,tat coitte. oArona ndHrr Fialer,' Sa Francisco; Geor g



^- Corporation, Sulithifeld. Va., total exernptiona'" budget and basisiOf .cogtn~butj~n for the e- ..2.^ 'r^' ACT'Ra^rty Santace Ctel.,aej;T si Jk *ott erMb-?'
ITfrom the provisions of the Code.* **, m*'** -ro^ Janua~ry 1to Junie16,^ i' 935 ,' ,cof: TA E-4 Fron.; x .orstn d Ray L,.Hopper,. *shoot, Jr.,. Napa.; "Ft J: Little, Rosemead, ^ M
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-IN S Y2 .. FOOD_. IM ,*.D GR OC EI. R.R H. anc ; Wooster ;. Norn: ..'. H Wr .ght, Satic-y. ; .. S ter, West ". !
.. TRANSIT. I SR Code No. 2OL.S. % . sm' ,- -oe ... Willam- A.m. M _-ae.;. and eH. sS
,~,Otder:I-, deyn 'to Ci TR DE Code No NO9 Od 5,! atn. ; A g -1. Con Ates.J
..a 4, I. n e w LV . . os - Ang eles, v r, on te.' ter




po. sosoarc p e Rala to- .90 Rka & Sons. I3 240 W he .Av tl ls in. ..-e.of- Calon;Wler, S. pry aE' AN STEE aO
'Ct" br Pr, N exe pt on,frmth~eX''d~ f rookll~ N 1:," e .. em"" oa.' fro t"e""" ""a'"r" -hlioh~Tdy O r 3 I f Ma "i







^posted ~ II andl ~ th tec IVepro of the Corde,~'rov isnAo atleS cerVaecbo M~bS t parogra h' e se. sy gr~ap ,'TRMNFCURN.,IDSR--
Order. '6 ".rate to.'o' ".8 193d '- "'' Co t o t he"e- ""tht 'S nd L "." S "iin gonpr',fC u bus; 3 NAJR3 OW "FICS N utS. 'o hiI.X
cel, er. o India T R Yiload, p.,:.o. .Orre-s and S.ee S Tb.; Cfn' 'ns, ".ida. : '. H ". W" C.....
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tar I wek ;cnnt :......;:, Grssan Mak.~n .?s~kpo,~as F H










dreos eprr: Cxmt on tb-.id icra'sip l~s ;-(es. usive of the pterdak eriod of*: ,1 :. or* n:i *:."-*..,':, toynoiT~^ Hot^ .~~tes Coorpe ;i 'C. B.aiGiihhcrn Pa;^ isMf,$Blo dlenN
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sw atry tI amIe of the Codetot.. ... etn ... lo- ed y ; .d.N p -ro'v isio of"he e CdefrG -e"" .""i "'; ..ile .e -.; Huib ach A T Teirr,n's.nia;a, Earon; .Mlo. A sdrich
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'h he ma1 y 1 Or er .l o cden tin t o r J f' as em loye e vid en-.t o &oses. ma'y "iO eor.'d.8Ui na.'.**,eryHug tIr X a n ;Fr', .-i, "Gr o'Gr ovef, l ,P,4r;ov 'aid... ce-a ta.I.;ruA. l o elleoa ,, PMwtucet




t:.enguaged 2In niotor buWoeatgoe s a sset Pori this ca lenedard w0l,,*eeks eliicaang 4Pkl49 *'te.ppi-^,,'it 'H'owel Llipa'; t.': Senrmonininsieved nd RHigt : ,'T'' .; S.: O R AENTAL i111Re1 in P'a :;J W;R' I^
in ther scied ue. a f or ben t l oss thantreq e r e.: b- "-"Ia' :, -l-Wrgrpt:a).- rBiHa.ll, ai te'B t;p le xipd r, Maprio ; tns WorcE stdr, Mass ,and . n itS' I
wage seorfpetione.Sa t de :obe.due foa eeapch n -.,o.a a .raprvof. toetK C od td.e 'e ,; .: ^ ,.'*ery .re..' .-*aPa tn's4gl i ^ 'Ar,0 pl:, A -L, Etz1er-. ondolPE4i~mnhi p,., AaND'E. B.L V anOer
e e mpo ye. 'a"es Ac t dft ...o rde ndmu t be ofthe ir d ,, iRO.i.. :..,'..d sm ut-. ohlee' Asu;bemra ,, .'anu.ky Joeph W;."' Tq M N F C U IN ioDSTR....
pomsteddrinm gthed f epplica iodnnsoaty C o fe..d.. the ordr p c n h ppa: estao bse nt.A Q,, Spig.ed.. ;. P. A. .. e I e ... hot rea t J W eato ,ereas.... .a.m.i .





V.. deTRANSIT.d INDUSTRYil 1 ode T ;NNo.;28.. TRADE CosNo. 201.. :: Order 8, ,; da 'n jo .of. Toled(sma, Hltlw.Tce, Rilay n.m -wo r e I .H'-"
.,d1 7 a~ y n ~ ( W W v -, .- '''' ','-
THA CO .Godpz.Fq. .;,. burg, Iahxitr ou so;irak'
SPREU''M TEIAS & ~g~odo~b~y C nf9$ NOFEROSIQ WAE ~ANK
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+*Bro. ERTERy DardTN. J e rpon eo82 m Order.i-fth "S t-reets.. SL. au 1..', "" "e.n, ...for e.emption. r -: F enand"fo. 'M. lneindel, o fCa o e;*afor D.... NorCrRN Btl.eri^ iMannit*NUe ST. orY.-T ty..o. H
liE i Sfoort iiesomos Io b ad ot ee rooklc, m. : a. t1te.e'I, .etion'.1,- t o ., .. ",hl ulrt,'--o-n'Iaos.o-n M ast -; W .; H ,Fl
porary' ep,.r suncreased-3, Oa h CtWleCBS..'}aebfio' ', trnAUT a .I", 'w rd .y" em-ge 's ," n oA bohJ"k^.Vh 'D 'I:-=Jon'
|i-Cwader No; oTa tin toBowmand nEtapo vedOrrdeir'.", den,-xg.^ o S.e,..d. .,. n, Pd.. em,",a sy and'- E Mar llages ,.oueC ianmb.u Yor- , .. B.Jb.j,. ...
Mo. u :.A -.e Coo P, a pe .i . ".o ""+ .u -","one B"? lu a er en= '. ... from-der 'b ...od. -"Q.o t' -o ,,-iuC.is;Gorddtoen'k > ce,'A.p.--'i s. pw*o r' l
F e. fruar --t,>1s85.v nrrlpp foweo i:d-d"ngt Ceeh "..6 h o-fr, m 'the '. 1 w o, Al- 1. Herini,.,..,,- mno-- ., . .i.evel d g t NT ..s R UQ MT NHb
>,-.'*. : . .,.. .. ,-* oy- sadr' A 'a .prnmtre-on ''s ,f e.W'Cq e:ir.e mi .,:i.. .** R s r "' '; .. .. '*H'hA''*' "**.****''^ ^ **s;'l .*'* A **/erreRS^ An)sTR ma; Co n ; *B s M n.Ald*srv ;*i^'^
.,t USt iRe da t m of eamed n ane mp.o'eeste -. of e Codee '' L" 'L .... ':: .e' "+ ., Be..as EstG I..e ln..ue, ,r.um:.-. R '-E...L B.:- L ..- Ba.,- s ... .'e :.u a.
toin c e. ISns I.H,'- A- A.' rod.'" Pa s.io e;, an O l,.en on"L a to,..1. ] H. n.'T ,.'F ,,pa .aa. f













.ATRUCKING, JNpUSTRY;- Code Nos'2161: *l-hor DITI ING 'PIPEBot4 FlT1NC-S'~an JANJY de~n H5s$ ^rn^f '. -^ '' ''' to-epee oaigtonmrnl
V~Order 18, degyantig;'to iV.cheT'Mce,'m VAVSCd-o' :Orer Aufo Co: 1apoxn ***ieddl TrAPE'le--2fflirs and~lN i~ .-'deORIEI^0t4Y R.& JWO T Nd^
..uCi~tt;F~C :~tb'~te 11,'~ .~lM nrp r '..m







.thes teroe, N. Y 'de war N Jh d i .m yet. e f elec ,.. .of t .teIipoa.,oe Aok ..t o 'O ROU g -N- Cb '.





. u, seeno 3, o eo ofa 8,th ofB e, .or. . ...... ..C JF Br.......ld TR.. DE SNJerry
iF:.+, ^ebn+ uous es lat~ es p on h is n plm+,oeS a, '^ t w ;a-s- .*" ....ers, `p4 1ngnelm.; p p : " .....





no-r om., e pr sion. a e e -" ' "ri 'g 'r e n o'm
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..UNER AAN 8ND IA .LED IN. DR Y Cod e dNo. 8A a. .rder9dn; aonpte' Iat .e G d1.to Ed..I.r .A.1.G I'BAPn.RHae'. I. .G ..%A IN .
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.1tt SMAR- "F.AC RIa. k. .:O b. udg e.e I n bt. .. o the -... P .Q DROR.NGgDRO IS"' ONO' `RTE. ,..
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fIRTRE S .A MAN- q-;: .30;. rom.,...' '. ,pn.ord,- ,TNN.UND STRr--,t 0 -6nc
C eNo. 2 34E : Ord~er .19, granting a tyo 'the rWAXD. ,iS, S, '~hn ndd"Kn ?.fla. oe tN 'B...STR







,.: toE IgaIJpINnD ..'TI ,J('RD iv. sio.U.of Or L',. 'aU:u Santa. R' .R.N .Milr % .-.- -"C o Mr, I . 4 Hbn.o' ., i -,;: gn, '0 Bulloc em IL d, D v





















'labion oc~ a ye jibriod, fetc fi' Coec/No. lAI: (a) WOOE URTING',.AN D S HLVA PENINDS-';aoderrtMdi-t~iron d6^c:: iie -r b. Cohi ;t~.Ra7'~hidc\Opah&, e 4bbg ; e'W'C misne..
I~pro of th e C V, to p.rder 1t operation con DT IE, CodedNo. 318p f Odr-2a xrdi 're '"U ldtdPlt. szi;'H D^BM Dif b"' .' e e o
91 f, r o fs _. 1W. Ph e i ;j e o ll hine lx e,,',lbe .- I '. gli .Pa ; C arl. flab stei ,I'je Yo k, ''
























sewing ini~o-he'ein od shftso4 huguraecht e 1, .934 bundlg et an tdn.ate fb~rornua'ge 4rvfon./heps;,' gtbn ;B. B.' tmrn'Ullnlgo; Cces. '- iexbx
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wee, fo i rdr thedvs on -and sha ntor cIXofh']rntd .P a th~ode 'gunsuited- 'W,oMp.nc& od'rt cts . Z. i zsj irklihd. WIso- tida N Y n oaJ. .ODnly ,Wroviqdu-0;
dishn seCd f t ma-' Fldgstaen'; .n- d;bd-b ro-e, o WM,.N o.;"E fa trpII- '






I 'e t..tes t o '. .*ar !oe Bte. Ph- 'ofo sel
enag u 1, .o... d o a. dng se i order-.d xo 'dy.. '," "'-' "-.' " ne. .
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U NDERGARMENT" of -. -e ': e Ag t osbiee~c T E '.' Y "4 o t' I Eastman' to sehsA1t
A_.nto -.ty B.. A b eket e ". I t . .. ._1 'd .%h .-.., '
.: sph e l'tOLL BRdGaEte IND a Te RYn 'ndo"'treF 'A'u t ',f b o.ods wl ..,,,:-' . r.eq .,i: d ude '.a. .:Y g.-'<. i "ETAI T.RA'DOEo-ttLOCL' z Ip,a: P r.W PaF'DSTnRYise Th ,
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1. 9 9 9 W tar m type, opera ay or ,6,,
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-Andustry provides, anionkothei thing 19 9 k 9 h ,
s' that' M. .1 I *.. 9. 9 .9 9 9 9 van ,East BIr
. I" 9 1 I I f the week and. the:tme of these! 6,
' Ind t 7' or in t' I I . , I 99 9 9 I Milwauko, -P. ;W I I .9 .9 9 ", ,s
,--," the te6u '-fishery .usr d istry". RETAIL -SOLID FUEL INDUSTRY.- W is.; ild9F .. .. ood .1 ia 0 9 9 9 .. "I -
'_ .. 9 Mich. : . f: 9 :. 9 9 % workers is arranged'sothat theyivork,',
Ancl d iilsocommi&,;ib3iiii6ichaiit'-&adiia : 6ldr6lic `V .teck,', 9 19
:, 9 I .. 6 : .. I _. I 9 9 .9 .91 9. 1 , 99, 9 i9. 0 f '_ [ "
u e ; 9 ,& st"',Louis.Mb "A Frank S,,., _: shittB oi:2 jpen each. z operator, 0 L'Ith
'_1'-jn' I= of the industry m '. - 9 9 auioa L
.. Druley,,,; Chicagti,: Ill. ; -.MaytiII F. Shea, ]New WELT, MANUFACTURING:, I N D U .9 'idqrable
L;'4'L Irj'Artej 'Vill; ' h e 9 -E 9. )ajaclilneg rquire,,a.cons --
,,, T 1, e title E'9 section 9'11 oi the. 'yorx-R. -k.-"Ja iifiA',W6odd6ckzJr.,,A -:9 1 TRY.. .. Wade to serve as, administration L lt ,_
_1 h 11 9 I . , 9 ,.C. . , expei-18ee.ftad Also knowledge of specjaj',,-
I m L'
-member`w.ltliout.v6te '-until 'further orde' ditions w ch may -affect g,- 1" .'
.,, qOde of -falr competition '-for t e shery 14- '11%. N C- ;: 9 nd M 0. Cl to un' : .Worcest6r 9 91. 9 , 91 t : 11 11 9 'L I
M 99 ,,, m r. , 9 hi ry XO
,,%ldustry pro7ides,,among other things, that Mdss.'' ". 9 9 9 . g I 9. 9 .WHOLESALE JEWELRY TRAD (A !d..._ .11 9
_',,*Tt!for'the p of -ineetLug.,tlie'6x: , 9 9 9,;; :: 9'. -9 :7 : 9 9 1 9 I I I .. 9 1 .9 99 1 9. ; 9 ons. To' tup,.-,out a sa ctory rod4
L urposu penlie'of Divisionof eN-V'hoesii-mg..dr,.Disiribiitmg ..
T, Tj ", 6 B6V_6 '" th I I - '
*,'Xadmintstering this Co6 liad th rAI divii .: 6ROAD MACHINERY MANUFACTUR- M .1 .9. 9.9 I 9... 9 I tb!ey must be. Able o. de e, t 6---
9. 9 Ind, . M9 A ,I- .
,4L,jjjoilal _' 9 Trade)- Silas. Reagan_ Indianapolis *1 : i&hOs6h6r1& mois re, '' I.
Codes,'eve'ry member .6f'the itidustr ING. INDUSTRY.-C. J. -Eastrianto serve as 9 .1 ". t4a
,' _ 9 .9 1 Sidney Y .Bell, Chicago, IM;,Jacob Enge 7 .. 9 V.
9 a W ration memb r thout .vote until the isoap,. passing, ,.'wi thr gh the niach '
- , s I labjeo to the jurlsdictiorr of- thisCoile and/or '' dmi ` 'i ou -, -e
9 d 9 9 ' 9 9 Baltimore, Md. ; Herbert .) G. Johnson, New Would work a teal hardship in our, ca S
,,LL, I,", divisional', Code, sball'p'ay As hi ' 9 % further z or er. : 9 9 9 9 9 ,
"any 'as propor- 9. ,, 9 m ' York, NY.; Arthur'E. Manheimerj Chicago, t tr , ,
9. 9 .: .,
,,,",4"tjtmRf6part of the total aunt'aily required,,a '' AND: Onm ,'ckusgEk'1N1k S-- III.; ! became necessary; o ain new.,emplo "
'. -9 t ,ROCK :11-1 1 9 1 9 : Lloyd G. Pattee, Minneapolis,,. Minn. 1 91
I stma . 9 9 se'machines due to tbC, flin
z't", Sum of Morley equal`to une-stetth. of . 1 9, operate th ,. 9
1' I ,pereen TRY.-C. J. Ea.... i.t6,sTy,iLs-,,'fadiiiinistra- ; Howard L;.Carpenter, Providence, RI4 J. -iy 1- ing- an e owle0"""
,
,",of his'total' anuual sales Of _fi.ro" "' f th .1h. "Ib, 9 ciiiired fbr ttain' d fli 9Q111
48,0. e',jion,,. em er..,witii '&e., ,'uAth fu'rthk .Skdtt6hild,- Chicago, 911I.; ` L 1 9. 1
T_ TT 9 9 9:1-. 1 I 6ut..,'y .. , A.:, ., EIIVogen, Chi- apdedjo;- be -An c "o, r
ed 6y'h1B BE'Je-s'f 9 9 f P, 1 9 ". M- 9 1 erience ne ielat
1, , .'... .. .,. 9 .. 9 . -
I . - 9 ],- . 9. '.91 9 I I 11"
*,',,Ahdustry'As, determine (I r , 9 i. 9 9 ". cago, .; eo, "
:,. _M '.. I I I A l ese ,
.- 11 I 9 1 or the or e, ,_ , 9.. .9 , 11 I- L Bauhian St.' Louis, .. Mo, At- I f 'th at6rs are'p!
''-Preceduag,. usiness ye-ii ind inetu'ding'luter- _. I ,_ 9 , 9 9 9. 9 ` 99, : -- :. oper 9 T,t,
b 19, 3. 9 I thur, P. are, :Los Ange es alif A :_ : 9 9
I I MANUFACTURING C 1 9 .I C C than .per I
,k '76ompaDY:, or, interdepartm", I ROCK._,CRUSHER 9 tt 9 9 $35 1: Q 9 week. ,
1, enta sales from 9 dllenstin, Cincinnati, 'Ohlo; -W M i 9 9 9 . 'j, 9 I M. _. '.
-,-',thosesubsldlarbs 6rTtlepaAments engaged in I'NDUSTR-Y.-O,J.E'astniaiat6irve-.itsdd- W ,9
I . 9 QUESTION. 'Does notit4e. Cqde"p'
T- I ' 9 1. L
1,':pgoductioa to tbose'cnaged In distributiorI .:n1inis6ation member, without,.vote, until, . Hurlbiirt Philadelphia, Pa.; Harold Alberts 1 9 ,
91 .1 I I . I 9fu 9 r- Boston, ihass;;, Emil P reyer,, Pittsburgh, Pa. ',us to Work.. experienced operators, OF,,
. ther orden '.. i ,. 9 9. 1 9 , ; 9 19 Iii Itir ... 91,
9 9 ,..' .. .: 9 : 9 G 9 9 . 1 .. 1 1 1, ,
,",`L,',I'V:Axticle Y1Il--'titI6 G, section 1_9f the", I I 1 9 9 9 eorge. H.. Edwards; Kansas City, 9 Mo. -1 c P., ymg..nlachines,,.hours perw
9 :;: :' ." 9 9 . 1 9 1 _
'14 "C'd f f c6mT)eitl6ja fourth f Ihery indu VATERPROOV. SPE- '.Charles A. 1'oore, Dallas; T hly skilled,-1 .o eo air S -, _. SANITARY, AND N ex;; Rutledge Sim 9 the., theory that. they are big' '-6
I I 9 d ,. .
11, T, -9 ers. engage( in:0ntinuouB. processCS`id ,
"" ,s.that "the Administrator ,may
IALTIES, AUNUFACTURING INDUS- Mons,, rving.
-, ,,"i ry pr6yide- 9 a4dSam Samp-
91, I- 1 9 __ I i J. Hopfenberg,
V,','-froM time to- time, after con8ultatTo'n with t be. ,9 'TRY -R 'K;: Guinzburg; J *W.'GoIdBmith' and' son,.-of New York ity , an A Irving. Brandt,.. restriction o, 9 f' honrs,;ivbuld x1fiavoidabd -1
,
I 1 i .; T
1 ,,,,, -atlonal.Code Authority, issue such adlutm's_ k ... 9 9. 9 -99 19 ' 9 ', , _ ' ,9 L, 9 -
I St of. j,&v Yor City; aind`' itf' ' -th te ' Y' I ; duce',prodtiflofif- -
ud: I 9 Ku Chicagoi 'Ill., -to serve as e mpoiar divi- ) 9 :
9 9
.1 Pi 91. '_9 y sipual, C -a new'oneis -.. - ""'C
, I 16ils provi r, i H,'J, _Bioola ; ';'
,, ,',j'tbi've;iterpretatioiiscf the',Ari -., ileitli`e ind. '!,,. ..9 aild of 3u,,N.l .: ode. Autliorit until 9 ,
,! 9 1 ,. :- . INTERPkETATiON...Nqq; the"Oecup
sions of -thls'Code as t ,qary 6,effeeiu-_19: or th d b" nning.. arch, ., elected but ;not, lat thalli J.e:!ik 163. 9 . 9"" ,9 ' d i notthh
SAII-to. Servef : er .1 99 o ,opera g a, Soap c 1 rier
.t ,- ,,, I .". M .9 ' f tin
:.:afe 1 s-pur d ;uch' interpretatioiis.e 1, 9, Lfi'1111
March.26-.l 36. 9. --
poses,,, an 11 9 M 26- -TW5 ' d' ' ing 6 9 ,;: _ '"' i i'L',GRAN-m
an en( : % ; MONUMEN, 9 ,a: mehi sk'illed worker "'In, a, con nuo
:Torihwltb', sblall become, opetattve as.Paxt, of", I ... . 'I 9 ,,,, : MM --' 9 HOLESALK 9 9 9
; ,; 9 .". ... 99 : , .. 9 I I g h ly :.,
1.: 9 9. 'Jaines. ob
..''.99 111" SCHOOL:'UPPLIES AND'EQUIPAIENT:- ITE:.INDUSTRY.- Br6wh, Maspeth, , process iv4ere restriction- of hours -wobt
L,W S C odli?,',', I , :. 9, , Z: 99 , 9 1 1 ... I '7 L
... dt 9, .., 1 9 ]Z.T..; Joseph ln,ald Brook! N't 'x' Id,'' avoidable" educe, product' withlh',
An- -, TRADE'- E dw. E Babb r Boston, *' . 1,9 1,
,,'-- (jifE_ STW ._4 6,t4 wo'd' his t Al. J 9 9 9 yja -. era 'r 101
"Ill, : I I ? 9 .9 ,i,.L.."'-',!,'li.7.'4ei, Long jsland City; lN Y.;-A.': ,W ..9 1 9. meaning..0f: article 111, section A 1 -2, ,I "I X
'. con- ej',91- '11_ ., . ., I I 9 9 0 11 1 e
,liual, sales- of, podbcts of the iudustry"" I 'J, Hollister, Atbina,,,V Y.
,'' (,'hicago,, Ill.; GarIj ]"" ,ijau' jurg7Pi -Law ,u4,
1 1-9 1 9 9 : 1- 1, . Bradford, Goop-ersl I .., F. Noble, ',Soap and Glvc(-!riDe'C de and it w(I 11-11 ,
'Ajiiied'jfi, artlele'VIII, title, E,: section I of .: I -_ -
9 IF ,-. ,,is-; ,9.. "'ofthe, "'fore not be proper either to req
_ I -, 1 9.. 'r Pa.,,,as mem uIre ,on
1 9 I
L, L, I cb` man. St. Peters, bc's
fair c ` S IF: Wolfe,' Sa n. t '' -, m. 9 9 ..
-the'fshery,:,,,`_ es t ,.a.T,-,:, ,Di 'Oral Contro iLt, sueb Operato 1111111
Ahef.Code of Ouipetition L for ," I'll I Co.,#eb for- Division 5-, per rs to work 48 1116UR
9 DeLlver 'GoiO.; F.V. Hutc so I n .. 9 .. I 19 1. i J ,,,
,.Iludustfy,;, a's-app'liedto commission merchant' ' 'Son,' I San , ,an-M PLUMBfN('i PROD week unless their hours during any '64a n
9 `111. I d.Oreg.; Hilliard T. Brooke, UCTS, 99
-'Vineraoers" of Ithe'llshery ludustry,', meau, the., '.an 9 9 ..
9" Code reporting pEitii)d,-ix(,'b l ''
,,41b'tiaiiiiii'df,',',gales 64 products of the flSbery19:,'.cisc6l Calif Arthur',Flaha:gan, Chicago,' 11IJ * .:-.IIEATING PRODUCTS, ',: ANDZOR DIS- ;' .
ITTINGS AND rage94 .notm exceed 40 hou` ',
T, :Skaggs, Kansas City,''Alo.; H T IBUTING PIPE I F that 66. Ave ,
-.1haustr,'-negotiated by th6,c6mmisisioii :tner-;, ;`IV; C.. I I L Under- ,. R I . M 9.91 ' 6 9' L, 9'.1 11 lju rly ra t,_ r
1 I
I .p.othani. . ,7,ee i . ..,Lpers ors. on aj
11 , -T I fl hiladelphia Pa.; Paul ,,wieiandy WALVES INDUSTRY.-N. X. H k 0 of 1, ,
Jor`,,hi',6wn,6count,' ot do they% mean'- -- 0 er P I igin I..
I 9, 19
1, IW66, III'~ li alo; N., ey.`; ji Ill, who'z Work,', in ur ln'Ani,
,, ; J. AV.-Mcclint _ . I licago I .; 9 exiess. of 8 -ho
, 0 "annual Satesofproducts of, the fisli-' St. i.UiS, Mo. I on', 0 ,9 .. .. .- 9 ,F. Potter, CI 9 I 9 t, .9 9 ,." 1, -11
', I- I 1 9 , . ,I, ,. , ", I I : j ` -, J M Chaplain, Lbug .Island C hour,- _'idd x.-' 't ouis,
L I "'t 11 I"' _-try,"Degotiated-by j1eL L COMM 1 SSIOD' ity N Y` E 1, m' peri_ ,:,09r I le s 90
I t`LPjUS SHOVEL,, DRAGLINE,' AND CRANE ".9 ..". calendar' - ust',..be, paid -ior e
" -
ft a V, bether or, isown, I g .9, ,. 91 .1 9 9 9: ,,,
,; I ,, L `f h* accoun INDUSTRY. -C. J. EaStMA11 to serve As` madZ 1-e]gatoi:Fdit Dodge, Iowa;'-C..,';A Wiiso`rl` -, W -I
-1 9 19,9 1 -, -Peeples;:. os,., ge es, 9 Z rsv9no 1. r, 9,, ,one-,
LcOMMjSSjonS 0 I '' Atlanta a L L *'' _1 I .-
to ,,a u at f the 1, qornmi -, . L h, ,il,t a
") I I lth'&dt -vote unti.11ur- I I q- 'I 9 1. L
:,' ,-_- '.. :. -, 9 at'. 0 r 99 1 'LIC
_11 L ere L it Ou'_pr6du'ctsll ,, Shery in 1 Ministration member, wi ...9. . I M. e-w W k ' .., I ", L
F I _.. 9 -1 _Bohrer Nj Yorlk;'m 't.;', ; 9 9 1. : L,,` I
i_'t I ,of the fl, i -: , ,, Ca. if.; "A, . .9
1, . 9, 9 r Ii '. .' 9.
% . '; 9 : : :, -1
' fbr.',th&' the, order. I,,,- ., ... --99 , , lvl I.. %m' T L ",''
'o r 1 1 9 .91 ': t". ; ,, ..
11 T - So,' accot'" aii'oth6 I _, : ,,, I i9recht Philadelphia,' Pa.,; k ..W D I ,::. 9. I
,9 eu n son ` ;. ,.: j .% 9 T I', .
I in t o f I I .,.. L I ` 99 I I I .., . . ,,j
.Iifr _L SPRAY PAINTING .AN ISHING :9p9jiton, Mass.; and W. .,Prid . ,
12 .1 9 1. 9
e'S -.," , D ,,PIN
,:, 'r I -, I _ "9 1 9- . .': i' L i T1,
,,Q,, 7 7, :1 - '.'- I I 'i I L 11 e M uncie,, Ind.,': ', .M 9. ,.9 9 , ,
,AT -.' ,'ruhdtha'fhe EQUIPMEINT MANUFACTURING IN to serveon the -6o -1,, R e. irri WIC : ,
W ERPE, ION It'is L- 7j 1 tenipora4' I ae,-Authority,.. 9 9 ,9. r : r T',
...),.Vyl 't L 19 I 9 ,. I
I 1. 9 N .- 'T,
-'IwOr 13,, 0 product of I permahent''Cod6.".. 99 i 9. r '0-1 M, ..9.9 .1 I -1 4,
6 "Ti" t tal 'Ainnai, s0esolp DUSTRY. Charles' E., Wade o 'servl ,as-. L, Until the election Of th6 9. -9 .9 .; ." .1
a, -t,- ,- -]"i_ 1inL1artjeI6!,9jlI title:, IadjnjtdSt r9. 99 ,
-1ther-industry, coutaiued ration -inember, with till: .' 'A9uthor'Ify ', L 9 .:: .: , 1.91 -9. . I.. .. ,... Lt, I '', : : ' , I -91- "k atih'jn'dustry JfL.
out rVote'T Un I Fhb,,r
_:, !`6fA6EJ,,,i'the Cde of fajjcompti - further order. 1, 1. T '- I 41 %" S L z. ... ___ .9 I ,,zz '' .. , I I ,
,,"Se, a h",r ,-, on L I,, I 9 71-.1 :"`WHOLE A E STATIONERY TRADE'L_ im ' ; , 7 -- 1 9 ". 1.9 I I I -
,,, L
__ r '" ' I I., 9 '99' '9 2 '4 L ,,,L
"S -`'fhe-, I 'd t '' ' ': _.r'rj t , , I ; r
10' yor .' F ' N `., 127,2 -22-23- 1
ery ndustry, as. applie - o com- I L L I ,,
_B, S Lmon d 11 'o LL
, j :'99 Ll," f. *', 7, 9, .1. 9 ... J,
', I il-', iii,, I , , _ -Yoor'to: -an eury Schuinan -Ncw I . ',
R _CKING INDUSTRY. ,J.,;B .9 .1 I t
I 1011, erc'baut members of jhe.]ashery in- , '' I ..- ., _' . '... ..': I 9 ; . . , L, 11 -
,I T 'administration L.Member, withotit ,, N, Y., hq 7 .9,19 - z ,11, .: 19.1m,',. ,/.9 i 9 41.1 ,,
. _- -`F,`7iueAV-fEe_,f6ii! annual slii&-b ',pro se7c, as, ', -r ze)preeatulives 'of 'the . Intordife- IFACTS.- ..I . 11 I
. dustr , ( f I ''d vot , L I I I 'Aisociatiou -6tSfAdqmiidiy;'Tt:I i i& I Nqv toL __Ohe maintains ,'! a war
, .6 of the ,Code Authorities for t4c State pft
,,1Aydf91,,U fhdfI,,q1:ier-v lndut'Je"gopat6d'jjy the _- , -, _i 1 5 9 9 j: -9 -; ;"". Is ek 'of 17rei'f6r6iug materials -"d!,,6p'e'
""I _L L A ,aslof Texas Nelv-,Mexi6; 610 uj J;0b6r,;1 Int., ' o ,,, ,9,9 9 9 ,
--t'L' I I I' re allom a,; .. 9. -... 9, ,: . '
-- I I I '
"TOmMI - L, L r" us own si L'_ A.'Nup- -NDU : a plant, 'as provided in ,4_,otlon 3 ofartid!
,btlCecbaiit whether' f6`1 amIainl Ai-U'DI i suehL ther SW6.. WRENCH M ACTURIN6,J
I 1 ..9 ,11 .
"' --- -or, , , f, 9. .. ., 9 N_.99 of the Rein& Fabricatlugl
i`ri'fr the, I decount ,of, another ., re!Dg Materials
11 "'aCcouu LLo _1,T I" L'-_l '.L , I I r" th TRY R 0. awson -, o..,serve, as; a MAI
'TT-', 1 ,,, T' 9 e L I'
-,,,_r 1, i" T ,,,Are,,Cocie Authoritles"-fo cking,'Liii D, 9 d IS e dustry Code- antfi.6611s reinforcing' ba_`R
r I ,, '' I L 9 .
Athersl..,, ,,,,, -, r, T i b I ed f'onatirue trat r,,- Wfifibuf v(]te, ,i:e' gth' '.,&s .
L I membe
:4,,2--_, I : ' du8try, as, e'may be Assign to r ioi1''J'l L", , L, _,, , I I I I until .furth ,; straight len s.T f an incident'aud,.
I -1 IX , -1 9 .,- 9 9, - , -.' 9 9 9. '.,
'T ,-54 LT I I L I
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A , ,. ) - I ..: 1 I 1, e%.. . - ., 1 9 1
T, ,\ _L I 1, :,, to, tin". L 9- .1
r I I_ 11 9 -,!;_-.. ; --.. _','- .. 9 ... , ,3 ', o th transhctio6 betweeii, the pa
Ill, 'IJL' , I : "' _- z'. j 1 9, Par
_: L I I I -,I_ :: 9 L, ,, 1 9 , L I
IV _`Tv!L _,T P th e'h t ,r" LL I :, 9:1 "', , . !_ :,:9, 9 9. 't f el
LL .& 'fety",_F,46.i" %:' -9 9,the`LSa e,
.,i, ',""! ,_ ,, T_ L I' it Is arranged that such bars
1: -. 9 9 .. ..
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9 9 9 ,, 1,,.,. ..9 99. ., ; I .. .. .. ,. N. 9.;9_9 1. 9. -b e b en t.' li
1, 'T"';I"-', I 'L ,,; 9 i I .1 ,,, "... '. .; ..", , , , 9, '. .. 9: 71 ,..! -"q i.practice the 'Incldental,4idft
- ",I"T,, 91 919- ,, '. . . .9 ,; 9 .1
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. I,- I , ,, ,,,99.,, 9, L -19 : " .. ., 1 9 1 9 9 9 9 .1 .- , 99" ;9j- .17.. r :,. _
1 ''f,i,,, , L r ': "M ".. 1 9 1. I ., 9 1 .., ,4nay be furrI air& -
,', , ", ,, , : i 1, 9.9., 1- .1-9. :;!i 9 1 9 9 -.
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S,i ey-l q1Ui'pffi6nt T a e _9_ I I ,Bame, an r indl
''. ,,',,;_. "999-.-.' -., , ,,_',:,'. 11te r p re'. n Q 9. , 9 .. 9 99 K 7, 9 .1 .,
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j -- t- -. I - 9 . 9. .. r, 9
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t, - , 1- I I - .; I 1 999 . .9- -, Q
d _," i ,119, j ,.-_ .m,r..,.,,,..; 9.,,, r. ,1- _ ; .
,T, ,, t .,,,'919,, .. ., 9 , 99 19 .
.,- . '97- 9.. qe _ ,e;., '.. .9 9 _. .. 9!. , , . , I., 9 ,9, I.
, 1 .."', -- ",.-, '_.!.' ;9 'g; -- . 9., .,% 9- .. 9 .99. i 7'. 9 9 9 9g. .. ----Sh ou l
,,,",t,'VO s.,-Th-c'Ode Ailthority'OfL' US- ., 99 9 9:9:9 c; - 9, -9 L 4,. the orlginai.t '"
, 9 ., -77 P _. 4 9'. 1-1
11 ., '. 9 .9. ":.,._9 'Y : 77 .. ., .; 9 -, 9. 99 I j L
T 11 L" _, 9 -9 -'. ,
'L'-I" L' , 9, .,, '. I 9. ._ " __ -77. 77 9 9 Ii etion ,and the, subsellm blending '
1 9 99., 99- . , Lo
,-, T- pm ent, Ind , L --i' 99., r '' ,9 9. 9 1 9" , "; 9 1 _- 91 'a
Istry and- in dl]ls- --. , ;- .. 9 9 j, .., ,., ; ; 9,., .. iq
-1, 'afet;yTleqUi .1 I., 9.19". -,.,. 9) ,99 9 6rtabl 9 "' 9 d I arately o tliat the, ve I ndor, L
,r, '! , 1. I ... .d.9 ' .1 _., ..' ,.'gar ed, Sep
'Ictjuljjfflentl`,trade 1as -"Asked for' r .1 9 9.p e anddt*AtIonar7`fIre ertingti biil' '
L Fire E'V jigjjiS r I" ..
A "' - 7, , I I I Ling ,,, _Ifdhoib 9 -9. 99 '.., 99 "' 0 be Las
,4 rkatjoh of rul ILOiof Article "V -, L I I I I .,,.. 01iPpliances Including all types' Of such -"t regarded I selling rein f orchig ', ,
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