G-428

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions

165 West 45th Street

New York 19, N. Y.

September 11, 1945

Cumulative Numerical Index of "A" Releases

Legend

FLSA ........ Fair Labor Standards Act

* ................ Inactive

Date Release Job Subject
1943
12/16 1 0737 Lunch hour for 16-18 year old girls
11/25 2 0920 Administrative statement on Wage-Hour enforcement policy for laundries and linen supply companies
1944
11/31 3 01000 PR-21 not applicable for Puerto Rico
2/28 4 01163 Continuing R-1974 as it affeots Fresh Fiuit and 'Vegetable Canning Industry until further notice
3/6 5 0184 Interpretation of 13(a)(9)
6/12 6 01715 •Statement on Area of Production
7/3 7 01842 Computation of overtime under Walsh-Healey Act when same "day" falls within two workweeks
8/5 8 01992 Off-the-premises warehouse employees
8/24 9 02067 Payment on "salary basis" for executive, administrative and professional employees clarified
10/20 10 02355 Admin, will approve Recommendations for Puerto Rican Needlework Industry
11/1 11 02442 Puerto Rican Needlework
12/14 12 02506 Statement on travel time in West Coast Logging and Lumber Industry
1945
2/5 13 02761 Bonus payments
3/13 14 02868 FLSA coverage of employees engaged in production of goods used within same State to facilitate interstate conmerce
3/29 15 02931 Seafood and fishery exemption

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G-394

Revised September 15, 1947

Date Release Job Subject
1944
8/17 47 02030 Hearing set for Virgin Island recommendation
8/29 48 02081 •Hearing slated for sugar beet seasonal industry determination
8/19 49 02042 Subminimum for Westerm Union messengers' denied
8/25 50 02079 Gus C. Street resumes post as Director in Texas
9/4 51 02106 4,000,000 still get less than 40
10/22 52 02316 Announcement by Administrator on 6th anniversary
11/14 53 02437 Area of production hearing 12/12/44 (Fresh fruits and vegetables only)
12/5 54 02535 Administrator will approve minimum for Leaf Tobacco and Sugar Manufacturing Industries
1945
127 55 02729 Area of production hearing 1/27/45 (Dairy products, poultry, and eggs)
2/8 56 02784 Kingston appointed Director of Region VIII
2/17 57 02797 Area of production hearing 3/25/45 (Misscellaneous agricultural and horticulural commodities
3/10 58 02869 Enforcement policy regarding homeworkers in Embroidery Industry announced
3/20 59 02910 Changes proposed for Uniform and Clothing Industry determination
4/2 60 02946 Annual Wages Under Wage-Hour Law
6/6 61 03227 Fines meted out to Newberry Lumber and Chemical Co.
6/25 62 03301 Virgin Islands Wage Order
7/7 63 03337 Changes in Uniform and Clothing Industry determination
7/12 64 03349 Beet Sugar Industry scheduled for seasonal exemption
7/19 65 03365 Processing of sugar cane and refining cf raw cane sugar
9/18 66 03565 Public hearing on Puerto Rican recommendations 10/8/45
9/28 67 03590 Hearing on amendment to Textile Industiy determination (PGA)
10/29 68 03695 Seventh anniversary of Wage-Hour law
11/15 69 03781 Walling urges 65 minimum
12/17 70 03912 Rogers named new Regional Director
12/28 71 03936 Singley replaces Regional Direotor Kingston
12/28 72 03941 Brooklyn contraotor pays $3,600 Wage—Hour fine

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Date Release Job Subject
1946
1/30 73 04015 Annual report cites continuing enforcement need
1/25 74 (not mimeo) Walling to speak in Cincinnati l/30 to National Ciushed Stone Assooiation
2/8 75 04097 PCA Rulings and Interpretations in new issue
4/29 76 04348 Restitution - first 9 months of fiscal year 1946
5/10 77 04395 Re Walling's address before Upholsterers* Union of North America
5/16 78 04426 Overtime for working foremen
-- 79 (not mimeo) Noah's statement before Mississippi Press Assoc. on 65 minimum
6/7 80 (not mimeo) Re Walling's address before Penn. Motor Truck Assoc.
6/5 81 (not mimeo) Dorsay's statement on application of Sec. 13 (a) (1)
5/29 82 04486 First jail sentence in NenT York area for violation of FLSA
6/19 83 04553 PR-83: Administrator speaks before the annual convention of the National Association of Building Owners and ManagersRe Walling's address before National Assoc. of Building Owners and Managers
-- 84 04689 Restitution for violations of FLSA and PCA, fiscal year ending 6/30
10/16 86 (Not mimeo by Nat. Office) Re. Walling's anniversary statement - for Labor Press Service
10/24 87 04908 Re Walling's statement commemorating 8th anniversary
10/23 88 (Not mimeo by Nat. Office) U. S. District Judge in civil contempt case under FLSA orders restitution and additional equal amount as liquidated damages — for Labor Press Service
12/5 89 05047 Enforcement proceedings against affected laundry and linen supply firms to be instituted 1/15/47
12/26 90 05103 New area of production definition issued 12/25
1947
1/10 91 05140 Re Walling's address to Congress on annual report for fiscal year 1946
1/13 92 05143 Walling comments on portal problems
" Errata to Pr-92 05147 Correction sheet
1/23 93 05189 Special Industry Committee to re-examine wage orders under FLSA for number of industries in Puerto Rice
1/16 94 S47-821 Walling testifies on portal pay suits
2/7 95 (mimeo by Wash, Office) Re Walling's statement before House Judiciary Sub-Committee
-- 96 (not mimeo) Move from N. Y. to Wash.
3/3 97 (not mimeo) Wage-Hour staff back in Wash.

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G-394

Revised May 1948

Date Release Job Subject
3/7 98 S47-0189 MoComb nominated as Wage-Hour Administrator
3/28 99 (not mimeo) McComb's statement following confirmation by Senate as Administrator
4/10 100 05376 Revocation of certain exemptions and exceptions
4/15 101 05381 Handicapped workers returning to sheltered workshops
5/28 102 05495 Puerto Rican hearings set for 7/14
6/18 103 05537 Committee to study "white collar" exemptions
6/17 104 S47-1500 Enforcement stays under FLSA and PCA cancelled
6/20 105 05551 McComb names Puerto Rican wage rate committee
7/3 106 05599 Grimes named Deputy Administrator
7/7 107 (not mimeo) Scope of Puerto Rico Ind. Comm. extended to certain leather and skin products
7/8 108 05602 MoComb says minimum wage should be at least 65
7/11 109 05613 First revision made in FLSA Interpretative Bulletins
8/21 110 05729 Portal-to-Portal Act statute of limitations discussed
8/26 111 05739 Employers cautioned to abide by child labor laws
9/9 112 05773 Three more FLSA Bulletins revised
9/12 113 05779 Establishments found in violation of FLSA and PCA for year ending 6/30/47
9/24 114 05798 Norfolk firm ineligible to receive government contracts
10/22 115 05861 Publio hearing set for December 2 on Wage-Hour Law "White Collar" exemptions
10/27 116 05863 Hearing set for December 3 on proposed revision of Child Labor Hazardous Occupations Order No. 4
11/18 117 05937 Portal-to-Portal Act Bulletin Issued by Wage—Hour Administrator
11/22 118 05972 Public hearing set for December 18 on Puerto Rican minimum wage recommendations
11/27 119 05989 Exempt canning industry storage place activities announced
1129 120 05990 Wide interest shown in Wage—Hour Law "White Collar" exemptions hearing Dec. 2
11/29 120a 05996 "White Collar" exemptions hearing schedule announced
12/20 121 06067 Set hearing Jan. 21, 1948 on proposal to increase minimum wage in Uniform Clothing Industry

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"PR" Release Numerical Index (Continued)

G-394

Revised May 1948

Date Release Job Subject
1947
12/27 122 06281 Revised Child Labor Hazardous Oocupations Order No. 4
1948
1/1 123 06084 "White Collar" exemptions hearings resumed Jan. 5, 1948
1/8 125 06102 Seven Puerto Rico mininum wage hearings begin January 27, 1948
1/9 124 06097 Value of Wage-Hour Law now being realized, McComb says in Annual Report
1/30 126 06166 Administrator Re-defines cost of 'board, lodging, other facilities under FLSA
2/13 127 06218 Court uphold Secretary in first P.C.A. judgnent action
3/6 128 06252 New Wage Order for Puerto Rico in Leather and Skin Products announced by McComb
3/12 129 06269 McComb would ease Wage and Hour Law Record-Keeping Requirements
3/17 130 06279 Enforcement policies announced by McComb for seven Wage-Hour law exemptions
4/1 131 06334 New Wage orders for two Puerto Rican Industries proposed by McComb
4/8 132 06356 McComb proposes Jewelry Industry Homeworker privilege for Indians
4/8 133 06364 Schwellenbach announces new Uniform Clothing Industry minimum-wage determination
4/20 134 06403 New wage order for Foundry Industry in Puerto Rico proposed by McComb
4/22 135 06404 McComb adopts new mininum wage order for Shoe Industry in Puerto Rico
4/19 136 06415 McComb discusses Wage-Hour Law changes before Senate Subcommittee
4/23 137 06429 Child-Labor violations cost employers $14,850
4/24 138 06441 McComb adopts new Wage Orders for two Puerto Rican industries, effective May 24
4/28 139 06447 McComb proposes new minimum wage order for Full-fashioned Hosiery industry in Puerto Rico
4/30 140 06462 McComb revises bulletin on "Overtime Exemption for Employees of Motor Carriers

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

wage and Hour and Public Contracts Divisions

Revised May 1948

Washington 25, D. C.

Inactive Releases - Series A, D, G, PR, and R

Supplementary List No. 1

Since only a few releases in some of the subject series are declared inactive periodically, the issuance of separate supplementary lists of inactive releases for each series will be discontinued. Instead, collective supplementary lists of the various series will be prepared. The following numbers represent the first grouping of those releases which have become inactive due to obsolescence or transitory interest:

"A"

6, 10

"D"

26, 27, 29, 4-6, 47, 53, 55, 56, 59, 60, 63, 64, 65, 68, 71, 72, 77, 78, 99, 100, 101, 102, 107, 109, 114

"G"

131, 184

"PR"

11, 14, 25, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 40-L, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 61, 63, 64, 66

"R"

415, 475, 686, 804, 807, 808, 809, 852, 886, 900, 915, 928, 934, 961, 1063, 1127, 1148, 1161, 1164, 1165, 1191, 1196, 1201, 1213, 1229, 1267, 1277, 1281, 1319, 1323, 1342, 1375, 1386, 1433, 1457, 1506, 1531, 1570 but not 1570(Rev), 1579, 1579(a), 1582, 1615, 1629, 1722, 1799, 1806, 1836, 1837, 1856 but not 1856(Rev.), 1861, 1872, 1877, 1888, 1909, 1966, 1967

Release R-1614, previously made inactive, has been placed on the active list again, and the records should indicate this change.

4/17/47

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