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Amendment to code of fair competition for the bituminous coal industry as approved on March 31, 1934

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Amendment to code of fair competition for the bituminous coal industry as approved on March 31, 1934
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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION




AMENDMENT TO

CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION

FOR THE


BITUMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY

AS APPROVED ON MARCH 31, 1934


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON: 1934


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Approved Code No. 24-Amendment No. 1


Registry No. 702-45























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and Domestic Commerce.
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Approved Code No. 24-Amendment No. 1


AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION
FOR THE

BITUMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY
As Approved on March 31, 1934


ORDER
APPROVING AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE
BITUMINOUS COAL INDI.'VTRY
A serious emergency being threatened in the Bitii itinmus Coal
Industry and an application for the approval of an :nnlndmu nt to
the Code of Fair Competition for the Bitluminous Ciaul Inldutry in
accordance with Exhibit A hereto annexed having been duly made
by the Code Authorities for the Eastern Sub-Division of Division
No. I, Western Pennsylv;il-ia, Sub-divisiin of Division No. I .nd for
Ohio, pursuant to Article IX of said Code, and it appeaJing to me
that such amendment will tend to effectuate the policy *cf Title I of
the National Industrial Recovery Act; and is necessary in this
emergency:
Pursuant to the author itv v.st'.d in me under said Title cf said Act
and under said Code, by Executive Orders of the President, including
Executive Order No. ti.543-A dated December 30, 1933, -nd other-
wise, it is hereby ordered that said application for armcndment of
said code be and it hereby is approved effective on April 1, 1934, in
words and figures as set. forth in said Exhibit A hereto annexed,
subject, to modification by my further order on the basis of cause
shown, either at a public hearing thereon which shall be held on
April 9, 1934, or otherwise.
HUGH S. JOHNSON,
Admin i.strator for Industial Recovery.
WASHINGTON, D.C.,
March 31, 1934.


51573---582-34- 34









EXHIBIT "A"


Re~olriol, That arnienln11ents to Attiloe III ind Article IV of the
Code of Fair Competition for the Bituminous Coal Industry by and
the same hereby are proposed, to be and to become effective generally,
so that said Articles III and IV will read as follows:
ARTICLE III-MAXIMUM Houb s oF LABOR
No employee, except members of the exeicuti v., supervisory, techni-
cal and confidential personnel, shall be eFip)loyed in excess of seven
hours per day and five days per week, subject to the exceptions here-
inafter stated.
Seven hours of labor shall constitute a day's work and this means
seven hours work at the usual working places for all classes of labor,
exclusive of the lunch period, whether they be paid on the day or the
tonnage or other piecework basis; except in cases of accident which
temporarily necessitate longer hours for those required on account
thereof; and also excepting that number of w:rki;rs in each mine
whose daily work includes the handling of man-trips and those
required to remain on duty while men are entering and leaving the
mine.
The following classes of mine workers are exempted from the pro-
visions as to the maximum hours of work:
(a) All workers engaged in the trninsportation of coal shall work the
additional time necessary to handle muan-trips, and/or haulage animals,
and all coal in transit, and shall be paid the regllair hourly rates.
Mine workers engaged in the dumping, handling and preparation of
coal, and in the nimlnuifactlire of coke, shall work the additional time
necessary, not to exceed thirty minutes, to dump and prepare the coal
deliveridl to the tipple each day and to complete the usual duties
incidental to the operation of coke ovns, and shall be paid the regular
hourly rates. This rule shall not encourage the working of such over-
time except where it is necessary to take care of the conditions named.
(b) Employees engaged at power houses, substations and pumps
operating continuously for 24 hours daily are especially exempted
from the seven-hour prvis-ion. Special (c'.eXlptions of employees
other than those named above may be provided, by joint agreements
negotiated in n.'r.lia u nce wvith this code, which shall not provide for
work in excess of 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week.
ARTICLE IV-MINIMUM RATES OF PAY
From April 1, 1934 to April 1, 1935 the basic minimum rate for
inside skilled labor and the basic minimum rate for outside common
labor shall be the rate hereinafter set forth in Schedule "A" for each
district therein described for each such classification of labor, with the
understanding that other classifications of employment will maintain
their customer differentials above or below said basic minimum rates.
To secure the parity bet ween minimum rates for day labor and mini-
mum pay for work performed on a tonnage or other piece work basis,
the latter shall be determined by the following increases over existing











rates in all of the Districts of Schedule "A" except as hereinafter
expressly provided:
On the basis of the 2,000 pound ton, an increase of 10 cents per ton
for pick mining; 8 cents per ton for maiicine mining; an increase of 1
cent per toll for cutting, and for all yardnaze and dead-work rates an
increase of 9 percent.
In addition to the increases above provided the minimlnl rates for
tonnage anjd other piecework in Districts B, G, H, J and J-1, shall be
further increased by an amount sufficent, to maintain the parity
between p:ay for such tonnage and piece work and the basic minimum
rates for day labor as prescribed for such Districts in Schedule "A".

SCHEDULE A


District A:
Pc nni. sn ..................... ..... .......... .........
Ohio---...- ---_-______--- -----
Lower Peninrul 1 of Michigan _- ------
Panhandle District of W. Va. I --
District B-
Northern West Virginia ......................................
District C:
Southern West Virginia 3 ................ ...
Eastern Kentucky --------------------------
Upper Potomac District of W Va.1 ...........................
Alaryh nd .... .... ................ ...... .... ................
'irg!i n .... .. ........... .............................. ......
Northern Tennessee 6.---------------------------------.-.
District D:
Indiana-----------------------------------
District E:
Illinois __-------------------------_--
District F-
Iow a '--------------
Wayne and Appanoose Counties, Iowa- ... ....---...
District G:
Mlisiou ri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma .... ....-------------
District H:
Western Kentucky 8----------------
District J:
Alabama...i......................... ...............
(G eorc l ........................... ...... ... .............
Southern Tcnnes.ee. UHinilton and Pthe.i (cintlJe. .r .....
District J-l:
Marion, Grundy. Sequatchie, Whire, Van Buren, W\\rren, and
Bledsoe Couniies iU- the `:ate of Tennr:e. --. .....-...-.
District K:
New Melico ........ .................... .....................
Southern C olorado ................... ........ .... ...
District L.
Northern C'ilorad) .... ......................-- ..-...-...-
District M.
Utah. .... ....... .......................... -- -- ......


Ba


Minimum
(Skilled


Per dayj P


.-. 00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4.60
4. 57%
5.00
4.70
4.56
4.60
4.60
4.60
4. 60
4.60


$1


sic minimum ra


a inside Minim
Labor) side


er hour Per day


. 71140 $4.00
.710io 4.00
.710io 4.00
.714io 4.00
.715io 4.00
.657 o 3.60
.657io 3.60
.6l.% ,o 3.60
.65 .. 3.60
. .. 3.60
.65 io 3.60
. (.,"i.) 4.20
.714 o 4.00
.67yio 4.00
.65-4o 4.00
.65Gio C400
.657/o 3.75
. ir- t,, 3.60
.,5-, lo 3.60
. 5 ,I.) 3.60
.65,io 3.60

.65Ao 3.60
.7h610 4 10io
. 7r. ,, 1' 109io
.75 4.25

.777io 4.48


tes


urn out-
'Common
ibor)


Per hour


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.57Ho
.57io

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SIncludes Hancock, Brooke, Ohio and Marshall Counties.
I Includes Monogalia. Marion, Harrison, Taylor, Lewis. Barbour, Gilmer, ITpshur. Randolph. Braxton,
PreSton, and Wehster Counties and those mines in Nicholas County served by the B. & 0. B. R.
SIncludes all mines in counties in West Virginia not nimed under Districts A and B and the Upper
Potomac Disrrict.
Includes all mines in Kentucky located eat. of north and south line drawn along the Western boundary
of the City of Louisville.
j Includes Grant, Mineral and Tucker Counties.
SIncludes all Counties in Tennessee not named under Southeru Tennessee in District J and J-1.
: Excludes Wayne and Aplpanoose Counties.
SIncludes all mines in Kentucky west of a north and south line drawn along the western boundary of the
City of Louisville.
SIncludes all Counties in Colorado not named under District L.
10 Includes Jackson, Larimer, Weld, Boulder. Adams, Arapahoe, El Paso, Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson
Counties.








SCHEDULE A-Continued

Basic minimum rates

Minimum inside Minimum out-
(Skilled Labor) side (Common
Labor)

Per day Per hour Per day Per hour

District N:
Southern Wyoming ... __... .. ...------------ ---------- $5.42 $0.77nio $4.44 $0.f i,)
Northern Wyoming ------------. ------------------ 5.42 .77M~o 4.54 .1'
District 0:
Montana --. -------------- ------------------_ 5.63 .80 o 4.82 .*' '
District P:
Washington ------------------------------------------------ 5.40 .77Ho 4.00 .57Mo
District Q:
North Dakota .----------------.----------------------------- 4.50 .C41,., 3.70 .52?9o
North Dakota (strip mining, pit labor) ----------------------- 4.50 .64 3o .3. 0 1 .52Mio
South Dakota-------------------------------------------------- 4.50 .643io 3.70 .1_52"'i
South Dakota_______ ____________ ._.._______ 4. 50 _.64io 3. 70 "

NOTE: Differences between districts in the rore:.. in; minimum rates are not to be considered as fixing
permanent wage -lirrtecr:r i I or establishing precedents for future wage scales.

Resolved, That the Chairman of this Code Authority deliver a c,,py
of this resolution to the National Recovery Administration, to the
end that it may submit the same to any other Code Authority
affected thereby.
Resolved, That the National Recovery Administrator be and he
hereby is requested to recommend said amlenudments for the approval
of the Preid t-nt.
R1.aolcfl, That the National Recovery Administrator take such
steps as may be appropriate to cause said amendments to become
effective on April 1, 1934.
CERTIFICATE
I hereby cei tify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
resolution adopted by the Code Authority for the Eastern Sub-
Division of Division No. I under the Bituminous Coal Code at a
meeting held by it in Washington, D.C., on the 30th day of March,
1934.
WALTER A. JONES, Secretary.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
resolution adopted by the Code Authority of Western Pennsylvania,
Sub-division of Division No. 1 under the Bituminous Coal Code at. a
meeting held by it in Washington, D.C., on the 30th day of Ma'rch,
1934.
BYRON H. CANON, Secretary.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
resolution adopted by the Sub-Divisional Code Authority for Ohio
under the Bituminous Coal Code at a meeting held by it in Wash-
ington, D.C., on the 30th day of March, 1934.
R. L. IRELAND, Secretary.
Approved Code No. 24, Amendment No. 1.
Registry No. 702-45.


















































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Approved C o d e N o. 2 4-Amendment N o. 1 Registry No. 70245 N ATIONAL REC O VERY ADMINISTRAT I O N AMEND MENT TO CODE OF F AIR COMPETITION FOR THE BITUMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY ._ -5 AS APPROVE D O N MARCH 31, 1934 WE DO OUR PART UNITED ST ATES GOY. ERNMENT P R INTIN G OFFICE W ASHI ' GT O ' : 1934 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washing t on, D.C . -Price 5 c ents V

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This publication is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., and by d istrict offices of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. DISTRICT OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Atlanta, Ga.: 504 Post Office Building. Birmingham, Ala.: 257 Federal Building. Boston, Mass.: 1801 Customhouse. Buffalo, N.Y.: Chamber of Commerce Building. Charleston, S.C.: Chamber of C ommerce Building. Chicago, Ill.: Suite 1706, 201 North Wells Stree t . C leveland, Ohio: Chamber of Commerce . Dallas, Tex. : Chamber of Commerce Building. D etroit, Mich.: 801 First National Bank Build i ng . Houston, Tex. : Chamber of Commerce Building. Indianapol is, Ind.: Chamber of Commerce Building. Jacksonvill e, Fla. : Chambe r of Commerce Buildin g . Kansas C ity, Mo.: 102 8 Baltimore Avenu e . Los Ang e l es, Calif.: 1163 S outh Broadway. Louisville, Ky.: Room 405, 421 We~ t M arke t Street. Memphis, Tenn.: 266 South Water Street. Minneapolis, Minn.: 213 Federal Building. New Orleans, La. : Room 225-A, Customhouse. New York, N . Y.: 731 Customhou se . Norfolk, Va.: 406 East Pl\.ime Street. Philade lphia, Pa.: 422 Commercial Trus t Building. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Chamber o f Cornmerce Building. Portland, Oreg.: 215 New Post Office Buil
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Approved Code No. 24-Amendment No. 1 AMENDMENT TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE BITUMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY As Approved on March 31, 1934 ORDER APPROVI G AMENDME T TO CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE BI'I'UMINOUS COAL INDUSTRY A serious emergenc' being threatened in the Bitun.1inous Cau l Industry and an application for the approval of an amendment to the Code of Fair Competition for the Bituminous Coal Indu try in accordance with Exhibit A hereto ann exed having been d ul y made by the Code Authorities for tbe Eastern Su b-Divi sion of Divi ion No. I, Western Pennsylvania, Sub -di vis i on o f Divisi n N" o. I r.nd for Ohio, pursuant to Article IX of sa id Code, und it appe n.1 ing to me that such amendment will tend to effectuate the policy d Title I o f the National Industrial Recovery Act; and is ncc c sur} in this emergency: Pursuant to the authority Y e t e d in me under said Title d said Act and under said Code, h y ExPcutive Orders of the Pr sident1 inclu ding Executive Order No. 6543-A elated D ecember 30, f933, and otherwise1 it is hereby ordered that said application for amendment of said code be and it hereby i s approved effect ive on April 1, 1934 , in words and figures as set forth in said Exhibit A hereto annexed, subject to modifi ation by my further order on the basi of cau e shown, either at a public hearing thereon which shall be held on April 9, 19341 or otherwis H GH S. JOH O 1 Administrator for Indu ttfol Recoi,ery. WASH! GTON, D.C., lilfarch 31, 1934. 51573-582-~4-34 (1)

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EXHIBIT "A" Re olved, That amendments to Articl III and Article IV f the Code of Fair Competition for tl e Bituminous Coal Industry by and the sanrn hereby are proposed, to be and to be ome effecti,e generally, so that said Articles III and IV will read as follows: ARTICLE III-MAXIMUM HOURS OF LABOR No employee, except members of the executiv , s up e rvisory, techni cal and confidential personnel, s hall be employed in ex ess of seven hours per day and five days per week, subject to the exceptions hereinafter stated. Seven hours of labor shall constitute a day's work and this means seven hours worl -at the usual working places for all cla ses of labor, exclusive of the lunch period, whether they be paid on the day or the tonnage or other piecework basis; except in cases of accident which temporarily necessitate longer hours for those required on account thereof; and also excepting that number of work . rs in each mine whose daily work in' cludes the handling of man-trips and those re9.uired to remain on duty while men are entering and leaving the nnne. The following classes of mine worker::; are e:.-empted from the pro visions as to the maximun1 hours of worl : (a) All workers engaged in the transportation of coal shall work the additional time necessary to handle man-trips, and/or haulage animals1 and all coal in transit, and shall be paid the regular hourly rates. Mine workets engaged in the dumping, handling and preparation of coal, and in the manufacture of coke, shall work the additional time necessary, not to exceed thirty minutes, to dump and prepare the coal deliver ed to the tipple each day and to complete the usual duties incidental to the operation of coke ovens, and shall be paid the regubr hourly rates. This rul e shall not encourage the w rking of such over time except where it is n ecessary to take care of the conditions named. (b) Employees engaged at power houses, substations and pumps operating continuously for 24 hours daily .. ~r, espec ially exempted from the seven-hour provision. Special e emptions of employees other than those n n.med ab ve may be pro, ided , by joint agreements negotiated in accordance with tLis code, which shall not provide for work in excess of 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week. ARTICLE IV-MINIMUM RATES OF PAY Fon1 April 1, 1934 to April 1, 1935 the basic minimum rate for inside skilled labor and the basic minimum rate for outside common labor shall be the rate hereina fter set forth in Schedule "A" for each district therein described for each such classific::ttion of labor, with the understandjng that other classifications of employment will maintain their customery djfferentials above or below said basic minimum rates. To secure the pa,rity between mini1num rate for day labor and minimum pay for work performed on a tonnage or other piece work basis, the latter shall be determined by the following increases over existing (2)

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3 rates in all of the Districts of chedule "A" except as hereinafter expre ssly provided : On the basis of the 2,000 pound ton1 an increase of 10 cents per ton for pick mining; 8 cents per ton for machine n rinin g; an increase of 1 cent per ton for cutting, and for a ll yardage and dead-work rate an incr ease of 9 percent. In addition to the increases above provided the minimum rate for tonnage and other piecework i n Districts B, G1 H, J and J 11 s hall be further in rer.snd by an amount sufficient to maintain the parity between pay for such tonnage and piece work and the basi c minimum rates for day labor a pre crib 1o $4.00 $0. 57y[ o . 71 fo 4 .00 . 57Yio .711/to 4.00 .57Vi o . 714-10 4.00 . 5i ~10 . 71}10 4 .00 . 57H o . 65:Vio 3.60 . 5 1 H o . 65}10 3.60 . 5ljfo . 65~io 3.60 . 5l'>fo . 65}10 3. 60 .5gfo . 65~10 3.60 . 5 11/io . 65}10 3.60 . 5l~fo .655fo 4.20 . 6 0 . 7l'>fo 4.00 . 5 7Vio . 67Vi o ,1. 00 . 57Vio . 65Vio 4.00 . 57J,i o . 65}'io 4.00 . 5,Ho . 65}10 3. 7 5 . 53~j o . 65}10 3.60 . 5lHo . 657,10 3.60 . 5 11/Lo . 65}10 3.60 . 5 l;fo .65ho 3.60 . 51110 . 72 io 4. lO~fo . 5S~i o . 72 10 -!.10~10 . 5 ~10 . 75 4 .25 . GO}fo . 77}10 4.4 . 6 1 2 Includes Monogalia, Marion, Harrison, Taylor, Lewis, Barbour , Gilmer, Upshur, Randolph. Braxton, Preston, and Webster Counties and those m.ines in Nicholas County served by the B. & 0. R. R. a Includes all mines in counties in West Virginia not named under Districts A and B and the pper Potomac District. Includes all mines i n Kentucky locate d east o f a n orth and south line drawn along tbe -western boundary of the City o f Louisvill e . ; Includes Grant, Mineral and Tucker Countie-. 6 Includes all Counties in T ennessee not n arued under Southern Tennessee in District J and J -1. i Excludes ,Vayne and Appa noo se aunties. 8 Includes a ll mines in Kentucky west o f a north and south line drawn a l ong the western boundary of the City of Louisville. 1 Includes all Counties in Colorado not named under District L. 1 0 Includes J a ck son, Larime r, Weld, Boulder, Adams, Arapahoe, El Pa o , Dougl a , Elbert and JeITerso n Counties.

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4 S HEDULE A C ontinue d Distr ict tI: Southern wyo min g ............. -................... _ ... . Nortbern Wyoming ........................................... . D i strict 0: l'vfontana ................ ..................................... . Distr ict P: ,vas hingto n ................................................... . District Q: North Dakot a . __ -------• Tortb Dako t a (st r ip mining , pit l abor) .. _ .................... . Sou t h Dakota ........ _ ..... _ ...... .. _ ... -..... . Basi c m ini m u m r ates M i n i m u m in s i de Minimum out(Sk illed I abor) s i de (Com m o n ' L abor) Per day P e r b o u r Pe r day Per bour ~5. 42 $0. 77fo $4.44 S"0 . li3~1 o 5. 42 . 7751o 4.54 .64~io 5 . 63 . . 05fo 4.82 . 6 91o 5.40 . 771/Jo 4.00 . 5 71/Jo 4.50 .6H10 3. 70 . . 52~fo ' l'ipple Rmp/ oy•s 4.50 . 64~1 o I 3. 70 I . 52 o 4.50 . G4,io 3. 1 0 I . 52~1 o I N orE: D i fferences bet,, ce n dist r ict s in t h e f o r egoi n g minimum rates a r e n ot to be considered as fix in g permanent wage d i fferenti a l s or est a blishin g precedents f o r fnt u re wage sca les. Res olved, That the Chairman o f this C od e Authority de li ve r a copy of thi s re olu t i o n to the N n.ti o nul Recove r y Admini stra tion , t o the e n d t hat i t may subm i t the same to a n y other C o d e Authority affec t e d t h ereby . Reso lved, That the National Recovery Adm ini strator b e and h e h ereby i s requeste d to recomme n d a i d arne n dme n ts for th appro v a l of the Pres i dent. Reso lved, That the Nati onal Recovery A dmini stra t o r take s u c h s t e p s as may b e app ropr i a t e to ca u se sai d a m endmen t to be com e effect i ve on Ap ril 1, 1934 . CERTIFIC ATE I h ereby cer ti fy that t h e for egoing i s a t r u e and corr ec t cop y of a r esolution ado pted b y t h e C od e A u t h or ity for the E as t ern SubDivis i o n of D i v i s ion N o . I under t h e Bitumi no u s C oa l Cod e a t a m eeting h eld by it in Washingto n , D.C. , o n the 3 0th day o f l\!Iarc h , 1934 . WAL'l'ER A . JONES, Secretar y. I here b y ce r t i fy t hat t h e foreg oin g i s a true and correc t copy of a r esolutio n a d opte d b y the Code Au thority of West ern Pennsylv ania, Subdi v i s i o n of Div i s i o n No. 1 under the Bitumino u s Co a l Cod e at a meeting h e ld by it in W ashington, D.C. , o n the 30th day of Marc h , 1934 . B YRON H. CANON, S e creta r y. I h e reb y c ertify that the foregoing is a true and c orrec t copy of a r e oluti o n adopted b y the Sub -Div isiona l Code Authority for Oh i o unde r the Bituminous Coal Code a t a meeting he l d by i t in Washingto n , D.C., on the 30th day of Marc h, 1934. Approve d Code No. 24, Amendmen t No. 1. Registry N o . 702 45 . () R. L . IRELAND, Secr e tary.

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