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Press Releases Issued 1938 to 1939

Date Issued Title
August 18, 1938 R-1 (14a): MEMORANDUM FOR PRESS CONFERENCE NATURE OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEES
August 18, 1938 R-2 (14k): Informal preliminary discussion about the procedures involved in the appointment of a tobacco industry committee
August 19, 1938 R-3 (14k): Informal meeting by the Administrator to discuss the boundaries and extent of the textile industry
August 22, 1938 R-4 (14i): Meeting of of the Cotton Textile Institute
August 29, 1938 R-5 (14g): Meeting with employer and employee representatives of the Textile Industry
August 30, 1938 R-6 (14e): Proposed Industry Committee for for cotton, rayon, and silk textiles
August 30, 1938 R-7 (14f): Discussion about procedures in the appointment of a tobacco industry committee
August 30, 1938 R-8 (14d): Discussion about the need for and scope of a tobacco industry committee
August 30, 1938 R-9 (14c): Persons invited to attend or send representatives to a preliminary meeting to discuss the need for and scope of a tobacco industry committee
August 31, 1938 R-10 (14b): Preliminary conference held to discuss the need for and the scope of an industry comrnittee for the Tobacco Industry
September 3, 1938 R-10a: Arthur L. Fletcher appointed Assistant Administrator in charge of Compliance
September 8, 1938 R-11 (14m): Paul Sifton appointed Deputy Administrator
September 9, 1938 R-12: Administrator Elmer F. Andrews address at the annual convention of the International Association of Governmental Labor Officials
September 13, 1938 R-13: Appointment of Industry Committee No. 1 for branches of the textile industry
September 14, 1938 R-13a: Calvert Magruder of Maryland appointed General Counsel
September 22, 1938 R-14: Rules of Procedure for Industry Committees announced
September 27, 1938 R-16: ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 (JPG image. For full-text searchable copy see below)
R-16: ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 (Full text searchable copy. For PDF copy see above)
September 27, 1938 R-17: SPEECH OF CARROLL R. DAUGHERTY CHIEF ECONOMIST, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, FOR THE CONTROLLERS INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, SEPTEMBER 27, 1938
September 29, 1938 R-17a: Question and Answer Period with Administrator Elmer F, Andrews after his speech to the Southern States Industrial Council
September 29, 1938 R-18: George A. McNulty appointed Associate General Counsel of the Wage and Hour Division, and Rufus G. Poole appointed Assistant General Counsel of the Division
September 30, 1938 R-19: Study of the needlework industries in Puerto Rico will be conducted
October 1, 1938 R-25a: TEXTILE INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE CONFERENCE
October 3, 1938 R-20: SPEECH BY ADMINISTRATOR ARTHUR L. FLETCHER TO THE NATIONAL POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGG ASSOCIATION CONVENTION
October 4, 1938 R-21: Harold D. Jacobs, managing editor of the Santa Barbara (Calif.) News-Press, appointed Assistant Administrator in charge of Information
October 4, 1938 R-22: Administrator announces tentative selection of twelve regional offices to be used in the administration of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
October 5, 1938 R-23: Wage and Hour Division unable at this time to answer individually the hundreds of letters requesting interpretations of the law
October 6, 1938 R-23a: Speech by Administrator Andrews in Boston, Massachusetts, on October 6
October 10, 1938 R-24: Wage Hour released pamphlet about the Fair Labor Standards Act provisions of the law as they affect industrial workers and child labor
October 11, 1938 R-25: Textile Industry Committee Begins Wage Study
October 13, 1938 R-31: Address scheduled for delivery by Elmer F. Andrews, Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, U. S. Department of Labor, before the Washington Board of Trade In the Willard Hotel at Washington, D. C. At Approximately 6:30 P.M. Eastern Standard Time October 12, 1938
October 13, 1938 R-32: SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, BEFORE THE CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR IN HOUSTON, TEXAS ON OCTOBER 13, 1938
October 14, 1938 R-33: REGULATIONS ON LEARNERS, APPRENTICES, MESSINGERS AND HANDICAPPED WORKERS ISSUED BY WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR
October 14, 1938 R-33a: NOTICE OF HEARING In Re: Application of the Western Union Telegraph Company pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and rules and regulations issued thereunder for permission to employ messengers at wage rates less than the applicable minimum wage specified in Section 6
October 15, 1938 R-34: Conferences preliminary to the appointment of an industry committee or committees in the apparel field have been scheduled for the week of October 17
October 17, 1938 R-35: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 2 APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 TO THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
October 18, 1938 R-36: PART 524 — Regulations Applicable to Employment of Handicapped persons pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
October 18, 1938 R-37: PART 521 - Regulations Applicable to Employrment of Apprentices pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
October 19, 1938 R-38: STATEMENT ON PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS FOR LEARNERS, MESSENGERS, APPRENTICES AND HANDICAPPED WORKERS
October 19, 1938 R-39: Arthur L. Fletcher, Assistant Administrator in Charge of the Cooperation and Enforcement branch of the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, announced appointment of the first two regional directors of the Division
October 20, 1938 R-41: Thirty-five representative trade associations in the textile field today (Wednesday) were invited to send delegates to conferences which will recommend additional manufacturing processes to be within the jurisdiction of Industry Committee No. 1
October 20, 1938 R-42: Trade associations in the textile industry today (Thursday) were asked by the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor to analyze the possible effect of forthcoming mininum wage orders upon their industries
October 21, 1938 R-48: DEFINITION OF "AREA OF PRODUCTION"
October 21, 1938 R-49: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON DEDUCTIONS FROM WAGES
October 21, 1938 R-50: WAGE-HOUR REGULATIONS ON SEASONAL INDUSTRIES
October 21, 1938 R-51: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON COMPUTATION OF OVERTIME PAY
October 21, 1938 R-54: Administrator Elmer F. Andrews of the Wage and Hour Division issued statement that "Millions of Americans look forward to Monday the effective date of the Fair Labor Standards Act as the beginning of a new advance in the Nation's offensive against exploitation and hardship"
October 23, 1938 R-56: EXPLANATION OF THE RECORDS REGULATIONS (Title 29, Chapter V, Part 516, Sections 515.1 through 516.5)
October 23, 1938 R-56a: Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor has issued the following summary of its work to date and of the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act which goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday, October 24
October 24, 1938 R-57: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS ASSURED SUPPORT BY STATE GOVERNORS
October 24, 1938 R-58: WAGE-HOUR ACT NOT RETROACTIVE
October 26, 1938 R-60: PUBLIC HEARINGS ON LEARNER EXEMPTIONS
October 26, 1938 R-61: WALNUT GROWERS CONTRADICT PECAN SHELLERS
October 26, 1938 R-62: WAGE AND HOUR LAW RESULTS
October 26, 1938 R-63: SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR BEFORE THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE IN NEW YORK CITY OCTOBER 26, 1938
October 27, 1938 R-64: Speech to be delivered by Wesley O. Ash, Regional Director, Wage and Hour Division, before the Western Division, American Mining Congress at the Hotel Ambassador in Los Angeles, California, October 27, 1938, at approximately 3 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
October 27, 1938 R-65: QUESTIONS ON FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 ARE ANSWERED
October 28, 1938 R-66: STATEMENT AS TO PROBABLE STATUS OF MOTION PICTURE THEATER EMPLOYEES
October 29, 1938 R-67: Robert W. Claiborne appointed Territorial Counsel and acting Territorial Representative of the Division in Puerto Rico
October 29, 1938 R-68: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS ASKED TO DEFINE STATUS OF DAILY NEWSPAPERS
October 30, 1938 R-69: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION SENDS OUT INITIAL FIELD STAFF
October 31, 1938 R-70: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
October 31, 1938 R-71: MEETING OF SUBCOMMTTEE "B" OF COMMITTEE NO. 1
October 31, 1938 R-72: Elmer F. Andrews, Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor, today (Monday) released a compilation of average weekly eamings of workers in manufacturing industries during August, 1938, showing that in no State are the average weekly earnings as low as the modest requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act
October 31, 1938 R-76: SECTION 536.2 "AREA OF PRQDUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 13 (a)(10) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 1938 R-15: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 511 - Regulations Applicable to - Industry Committees Pursuant to Section 5 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-26: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETINS Nos. 1 and 2: No. 1 General Statement as to the Coverage of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: No. 2 Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to the District of Columbia and Territories and Possessions: NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-28: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 522 - Regulations Applicable to Employment of Learners Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-29: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 523 - Regulations Applicable to Employment of Messengers Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 - (52 Stat. 1060) - NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-40: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 541 - Regulations Defining and Delimiting the Terms "Any Employee Employed in a Bona Fide Executive, Administrative, Professional, or Local Retailing Capacity, or in the Capacity of Outside Salesman" Pursuant to Section 13 (a) (1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-43: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 526 - Regulations Applicable to Industries of a Seasonal Nature Pursuant to Section 7 (b) (3) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-45: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 536 - Regulations Defining the Term "Area of Production" Pursuant to Section 7 (c) and Section 13 (a) (10) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-52: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 3 - General Statement as to the Method of Payment Under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Application of Section 3 (m) Thereto NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-53: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 516 - Regulations on Records to be Kept by Employers Pursuant to Section 11 (c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) and Explanation of the Records Regulations - NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-55: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 4 Maximum Hours and Overtime Compensation - NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-134: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 536 - Regulations Defining the Term "Area of Production" Pursuant to Section 7 (c) and Section 13 (a) (10) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1, 1938 R-73: STATEMENT ON KEEPING OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACCOUNT NUMBERS OF EMPLOYEES
November 1, 1938 R-74: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS REPLIES TO HANSON ON NEWSPAPER STATUS
November 2, 1938 R-75: APPOINTMENT OF MERLE D. VINCENT
November 4, 1938 R-78: SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY PAUL SIFTON, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, AT A LABOR MEETING IN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA - NOVEMBER 4, 1938
November 5, 1938 R-79: The Method of Determining Regular Wage as a Basis of Computing Overtime under the Terms of the Fair Labor Standards Act
November 8, 1938 R-80: COMPLAINTS HELD CONFIDENTIAL
November 9, 1938 R-81: LEARNERS REGULATIONS AMENDED
November 9, 1938 R-81a: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE APPLICATIONS OF THE COTTON-TEXTILE INSTITUTE, INC., THE NATIONAL RAYON WEAVERS ASSOCIATION, AND THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF TEXTILES, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 9, 1938 R-83a: PART 524 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 10, 1938 R-83a: PART 524 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 10, 1938 R-82: HEARING ON EXEMPTIONS FOR LEARNERS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
November 10, 1938 R-83: TEMPORARY CERTIFICATE OF EXEMPTION FOR HANDICAPPED EMPLOYEES IN "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS"
November 10, 1938 R-84: SPEECH BY CALVERT MAGRUDER, GENERAL COUNSEL THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 3:30 p.m. NOVEMBER 10, AT NEW HAVEN, CONN., BEFORE THE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT
November 11, 1938 R-88: In the matter of APPLICATIONS of THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY; POSTAL TELEGRAPH LANDLIN SYSTEM; ALL AMERICA CABLES AND RADIO, INC, For permission to employ messengers at wages lower than the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
November 12, 1938 R-85: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 4)
November 12, 1938 R-86: TURKEY PROCESSORS ADVISED
November 13, 1938 R-87: Report of the hearing held on the application of the Western Union Telegraph Company to employ messengers at wage rates less than those applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
November 14, 1938 R-90: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY MESSENGERS AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 15, 1938 R-91: DAUGHERTY NAMED CHIEF ECONOMIST
November 15, 1938 R-94: BURTON E. OPPENHEIM NAMED SECTION CHIEF
November 15, 1938 R-95: R. J. Watkins Named Assistant Adninistrator of Wage Hour Division
November 16, 1938 R-89: COOPERATION BETWEEN THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION OF THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND STATE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 16, 1938 R-92: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 5)
November 18, 1938 R-93: ANDREWS' WESTERN TOUR
Undated R-96: LEARNERS AND APPRENTICES
November 18, 1938 R-97: ADDRESS BY RUFUS G. POOLE, ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 3:30 P.M., FRIDAY, N0V. 18, 1938, AT SYRACUSE, N.Y., BEFORE THE ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES OF NEW YORK AT ITS ANNUAL MEETING
November 18, 1938 R-101: IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOUSE DRESS MANUFACTURERS, INC., THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SHIRT AND PAJAMA MANUFACTURERS, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEN'S SHIRTS AND BOYS' BLOUSE CONTRACTORS, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 21, 1938 R-98: GARMENT MANUFACTURER5' ASSOCIATION COMMENDED
November 21, 1938 R-99: ANDREWS WARNS AGAINST RECORDS FALSIFICATION
November 22, 1938 R-100: TEXTILE COMMITTEE MEETING DECEMBER I4~17
November 22, 1938 R-102: APPAREL LEARNERS' HEARING DECEMBER 5
November 22, 1938 R-103: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF SECTIONS 536,1 AND 536,2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 23, 1938 R-109: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 3
November 23, 1938 R-109a: ADMINISTRATIVE OPDER NO. 4
November 25, 1938 R-110: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 26, 1938 R-108: ANDREWS DESIGNATES VIHCENT
November 26, 1938 R-105: FRUIT AND VEGETABLE EXEMPTION HEARING
November 28, 1938 R-106: LABELS OR COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATES NOT NECESSARY
November 28, 1938 R-111: IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURES, THE UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR AND HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 28, 1938 R-112: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF SECTIONS 536.1 AND 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 2, 1938 R-104: .QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 6)
December 2, 1938 R-113: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN . No. 5. FURTHER STATEMENT AS TO THE COVERAGE OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 3, 1938 R-114: ADDRESS BY A. L. FLETCHER,ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR IN CHARGE OF COOPERATION AND ENFORCEMENT, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 4:00 P.M., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1938 AT DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA, BEFORE THE SCHOOL OF LAW, DUKE UNIVERSITY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATI0N
December 7, 1938 R-115: BUSINESS OFFICE TIME RECORDS
December 7, 1938 R-116: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No, 6, THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED BY SECTION 13(a)(2) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 8, 1938 R-117: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY MESSENGERS AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 9, 1938 R-118: NOTICE OF FURTHER CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMEDMENTS OF SECTIONS 536.1 AND 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 9, 1938 R-119: FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING HEARING SET FOR JANUARY 9th
December 9, 1938 R-120: ADDRESS BY ARTHUR L. FLETCHER, ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR IN CHARGE OF COOPERATION AND ENFORCEMENT, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, ON "ENFORCING THE WAGE AND HOUR LAW," SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 1:30 P. M., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1938, AT NEW YORK BEFORE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NATIONAL CONSUMERS LEAGUE AT THE HOTEL ASTOR
December 9, 1938 R-126: REMARKS BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, BEFORE THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS' AT THE WALDORF-ASTORIA H0TEL IN NEW YORK CITY ON DECEMBER 9. 1938
December 12, 1938 R-121: ANDREWS CALLS FOR PUERTO RICAN REPORT
December 13, 1938 R-122: IN RE: APPLICATIONS OF SOUTHERN PECAN SHELLING COMPANY (SAN ANTONIO), AND PECAN WORKERS UNION OF SAN ANTONIO, LOCAL NO. 172, UNITED CANNERY, AGRICULTURAL, PACKING AND ALLIED WORKERS OF AMERICA, C.I.O. PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STADARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE PECAN SHEILLING INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
December 13, 1938 R-123: PECAN SHELLING LEARNERS HEARING, DECEMBER 19, IN SAN ANTONIO
December 13, 1938 R-124: INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS OF NON-COMPLIANCE
December 15, 1938 R-125: TEXTILE COMMITTEE MAKES JURISDICTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
December 18, 1938 R-128: TEXTILE LEARNERS APPLICATION WITHDRAWN
December 20, 1938 R-136: PART 526 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 21, 1938 R-127: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The BROOKINGS INSTITUTION, WASHINGTON, D. C. DECEMBER 21, 1938 AT 8:15 P. M. It
December 21, 1938 R-129: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
December 21, 1938 R-130: AMENDING DEFINITION OF "TEXTILE INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 1 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1
December 21, 1938 R-131: APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2
December 21, 1938 R-132: ADMINISTRATOR REMOVES KNITTED FABRICS FROM TEXTILE COMMITTEE JURISDICTION
December 22, 1938 R-133: "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REDEFINED IN BEAN CASE
December 23, 1938 R-135: WAGE AND HOUR DECISION EXTENDS "SEASONAL" REGULATION
December 24, 1938 R-137: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION SCHEDULLES HEARING ON HOMEWORK
December 24, 1938 R-138: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 516 OF REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE KEEPING OF SPECIAL OR ADDITIONAL RECORDS BY EMPLOYERS OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORKERS
December 31, 1938 R-140: LEAF TOBACCO SEASONAL EXEMPTION
December 31, 1938 R-141: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HANDLERS OF FLUE-CURED, BARLEY, FIRE-CURED AND DARK AIR-CURED TOBACCO FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF SAID ACT
Undated R-142: GALLUP POLL SHOWS 71% NATIONAL APPROVAL OF WAGE AND HOUR LAW
January 5, 1939 R-146: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES CHANGES ON TEXTILE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
January 5, 1939 R-149: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF AUCTION OR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INDUSTRY FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTI0N FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF SAID ACT
January 5, 1939 R-150: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NATURAL ICE HARVESTING AND PACKING INDUSTRY FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b) (3) OF SAID ACT
January 6, 1939 R-143: SEASONAL EXEMPTION TENTATIVELY GRANTED TO DIVISION OF TOBACCO INDUSTRY
January 6, 1939 R-144: NATURAL ICE SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
January 7, 1939 R-145: "SEASONAL" PETITION OF LUMBERMEN TO BE HEARD JANUARY 16
January 10, 1939 R-148: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF WOOL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
January 18, 1939 R-147: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 7)
February 25, 1939 R-201: NOTICE OF DETERMINATION BY AMINISTRATOR ON PETITION BY CIGAR MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES ROR AMENDMENT (IN RESPECT TO PUERTO RICO CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO) OF SECTION 536,2 OF REGULATIONS, PART 536, DEFINING "AREA OF PRODUCTION" (AS USED IN SECTION 13(a)(lO) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT)
February 28, 1939 R-202: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536,2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
February 28, 1939 R-204: SUGAR HEARING SCHEDULED
February 28, 1939 R-207: STATEMENT ON INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE EXCHANGES
March, 1939 R-30: REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS
March 2, 1939 R-203: In the matter of APPLICAPTIONS OF NORTHEASTERN LUMBER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, TIMBER PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For exemption of the lunber industry as a seasonal industry pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and Part 526 as amended of regulations issued thereunder
March 2, 1939 R-206: SEASONAL EXEMPTION REFUSED TO SECTION OF LUMBER INDUSTRY IN FINDING OF PRESIDING OFFICER
March 3, 1939 R-208: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION POR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY AS A SEASON INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AHD PART 526 AS AMENOED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 6, 1939 R-205: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 10)
March 7, 1939 R-210: SCHEDULE OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETINGS
March 10, 1939 R-212: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 16 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4
March 10, 1939 R-211: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 17 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 5
March 10, 1939 R-213: FINDING THAT THE BRANCH OF TOBACCO INDUSTRY ENGAGED IN HANDLING CERTAIN TYPES OF LEAF TOBACCO IS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 10, 1939 R-214: CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
March 10, 1939 R-215: WAGE AND HOUE DIVISION ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF HAT INDUSTRY COMMITTEE AND MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMTTEE
March 13, 1939 R-216: NOTICE OF DENIAL OP PETITION OF THE SOUTHERN PECAN SHELLING COMPANY OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE PECAN SHELLING INDUSTRY AT WAGES lOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 13, 1939 R-217: REVIEW DENIED IN PECAN SHELLER CASE
March 13, 1939 R-218: HOMEWORK REGULATIONS POSTPONED
March 16, 1939 R-220: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.1 AND SECTION 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 16, 1939 R-221: FARM AND GARDEN SEED HEARING
March 17, 1939 R-222: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF BOOT AND SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
March 17, 1939 R-223: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
March 18, 1939 R-224: HEARING ON FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AMENDMENT
March 18, 1939 R-225: NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT, WITH RESPECT TO FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, OF SECTION 536.2 AS AMENDED, (DEFINING "AREA OF PRODUCTION" UNDER SECTION 13(a)(lO)), OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 18, 1939 R-226: Findings and Recommendation of the Presiding Officer March 14, 1959: Hearing on Proposed Amendments of Sections 536.1 and 536.2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
March 21, 1939 R-227: PUERTO RICO SUGAR HEARING POSTPONED
March 21, 1939 R-228: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF SECTION 536,2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 21, 1939 R-231: TEXTILE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 32 CENT MINIMUM
March 23, 1939 R-229: HURRICANE TIMBER SALVAGE OPERATIONS
March 24, 1939 R-230: PROBLEMS UNDER WAGE-HOUR ACT OF FEDERAL CONTRACT WORKERS
March 24, 1939 R-232: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the SOUTHERN PINE ASSOCIATION, NEW ORLEANS, LA. MARCH 24, 1939 AT 2:30 P.M.
March 24, 1939 R-233: BANKERS ADVISED TO CONSIDER ALL EMPLOYEES SUBJECT TO THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 25, 1939 R-234: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 9 THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED BY SECTION 13(b)(1) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 25, 1939 R-235: CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF MOTOR CARRIERS NOT EXEMPT
March 27, 1939 R-236: TEXTILE COMMITTEE ADVISES JULY 1 AS EFFECTIVE DATE OF 32 1/2 CENT MINIMUM WAGE
March 28, 1939 R-238: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 19 APPOINTMENT OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
March 28, 1939 R-241: "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS" ADVISORY COMMIITTEE NAMED
March 30, 1939 R-243: HOSIERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT AND 32-1/2 CENT MINIMUM WAGE LEVELS
March 31, 1939 R-237: STATUS OF EMPLOYEES OF FARMERS' C00PERATIVES CLARIFIED
March 31, 1939 R-240: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 10 FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 31, 1939 R-242: SHOE COMMITTEE TO MEET APRIL
April 1939 R-239: REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) April 1939
April 1939 R-59: REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) April 1939
April 4, 1939 R-244: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATIONS OF THE NORTHEASTERN LUMBER MNUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR EXEMPTION OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 4, 1939 R-245: HEARING ON APPLICATION OF NORTHEASTERN LUMBER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION SET FOR APRIL 17
April 5, 1939 R-246: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS, PHILADELPHIA, PA., APRIL 5, 1939 AT 12.30 P. M.
April 10, 1939 R-247: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F, ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE ANID HOUR DIVISION, U, S, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATION, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS APRIL 10, 1939 AT 6:30 P.M.
April 13, 1939 R-251: HOMEWORK NOT PROHIBITED BY WAGE AND HOUR ACT
April 14, 1939 R-248: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, BEFORE THE EMORY UNIVERSITY LAW INSTITUTE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, APRIL 14, 1939, 8:30 P.M.
April 14, 1939 R-249: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO. 6 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
April 14, 1939 R-250: SHOE COMMITTEE TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING MAY 2, 1959
April 17, 1939 R-261: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 POR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
April 19, 1939 R-253: AREA OF PRODUCTION REDEFINED FOR FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
April 19, 1939 R-254: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 536 - REGULATIONS DEFINING THE "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 7(c) AND IN SECTION 13(a)(lO) QF THE FAIR LABOR STAHDARDS ACT
April 19, 1939 R-255: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 20 Convening of Industry Comnittee No. 4 For the Hat Industry
April 19, 1939 R-257: STATEMENT ON PAYMENT OF OVERTIME
April 20, 1939 R-252: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The BOSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS APRIL 20, 1959 AT 1:00 P. M.
April 21, 1939 R-256: SHOE COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED TO MAY 25
April 21, 1939 R-265: NOTICE OF POSTPONMENT OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 6 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
April 22, 1939 R-258: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 21 CONVENING OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 5 FQR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
April 22, 1939 R-259: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE TO MEET MAY 8
April 24, 1939 R-260: SIX MONTHS OF WAGE AND HOUR PROGRESS
April 25, 1939 R-263: HAT AND MILLINERY COMMITTEES TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS
April 25, 1939 R-264: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERFD IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
April 27, 1939 R-262: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARRTMENT OF LABOR Before The ROTARY CLUB, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE APRIL 27, 1959 at 12:15 P. M.
April 27, 1939 R-268: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 516 ~ Regulations on Records to Be Kept by Employers Pursuant to Soction 11 (c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act
April 29, 1939 R-267: BULLETINS ISSUED ON SEAMAN AND FISHING EXEMPTIONS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
April 29, 1939 R-269: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 11 THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED BY SECTION 13(a)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 29, 1939 R-270: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 12, THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTIONS PROVIDED BY SECTION 15(a)(5) OF THE FAIR LilBOR STANDMDS ACT OF 1958
May 1939 R-304: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION of INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1 for the TEXTILE INDUSTRY to the ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION of the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
May 2, 1939 R-273: Appointment of George A. McNulty as General Counsel of the Wage and Hour Division, U, S. Department of Labor
May 2, 1939 R-275: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The AMERICAN TRADE ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON, D. C. MAY 2, 1939 AT 7:30 P. M.
May 3, 1939 R-271: HOURS WORKED — WHAT THEY ARE
May 3, 1939 R-272: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 13 DETERMINATION OF HOURS FOR WHICH EMPLOYEES ARE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION UNDER THE FAIR-LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
May 7, 1939 R-274: RADIO TALK SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Over STATION WJEV, WASHINGTON, D. C. MAY 7, 1939 AT 9:45 P. M.
May 9, 1939 R-277: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 22 AMENDING DEFINITION OF "HAT INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 16 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4
May 9, 1939 R-278: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 23 AMENDING DEFINITION OF "MILLINERY INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 17 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5
May 9, 1939 R-279: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
May 10, 1939 R-280: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY JAMES F. KING ASSISTANT TO THE ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the NATIONAL COTTON COMPRESS AHD COTTON WAREHOJSE ASSOCIATION, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE May 10, 1939 AT 2:00 P.M.
May 12, 1939 R-276: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. ll)
May 13, 1939 R-282: SEASONAL RULING ISSUED FOR CERTAIN BRANCHES OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY
May 13, 1939 R-283: ADMINISTRATOR'S DECISION FINDING CERTAIN BRANCHES OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND REGULATIONS, PART 526, ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 16, 1939 R-284: Findings and Detemination of the Presiding Officer May 9, 1939 In the Matter of Proposed Anendment of Section 536,2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: Sugar
May 16, 1939 R-285: Decision May 11, 1939 In the Matter of Proposed Amendment of Section 536.2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 : Sugar
May 16, 1939 R-286: Findings and Detemination of the Presiding Officer May 9, 1939 In the Matter of Proposed Anendment of Section 536.2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: Sugar
May 16, 1939 R-287: PUERTO RICAN SUGAR EXEMPTION DENIED
May 16, 1939 R-290: RENOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INIDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
May 17, 1939 R-289: STEPHENSON NAMED WAGE-HOUR DIVISION EXECUTIVE OFFICER
May 17, 1939 R-312: NATHANIEL SPECTOR REPLACES ALEX ROSE ON MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
May 18, 1939 R-291: TEXTILE COMMITTEE AND WOOL COMMITTEE TO MEET MAY 22
May 19, 1939 R-288: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF NEGRO RAILR0AD WORKERS WASHINGTON. MAY 19, 1939, AT 11:30 A.M.
May 19, 1939 R-292: STATEMENT BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, ON AMENDMENTS RECOMMENDED BY HOUSE LABOR COMMITTEE
May 20, 1939 R-293: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CONFERENCE ON LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MAY 20, 1939 AT 12:45 P. M.
May 20, 1939 R-296: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER May 20, 1939. In the matter of APPLICATION of THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SHIRT AND PAJAMA MANUFACTURERS INC., ET AL. To employ learners under Section 14 at wages lower than the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
May 22, 1939 R-294: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The UNITED HATTERS, CAP AND MILLINERY WORKERS' INTERNATIONAL UNION NEW YORK, NEW YORK, MAY 22, 1939, AT 11:00 A. M.
May 22, 1939 R-295: REVISED LEARNERS' REGULATIONS ANNOUNCED
May 22, 1939 R-281: UNION CONTRACT FILING EXPLAINED
May 22, 1939 R-300: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 24 AMENDING DEFINITION OF WOOLEN INDUSTRY AS CONTAINED IN ADMISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 11 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. IA
May 22, 1939 R-301: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 25 AMENDING DEFINITION OF "TEXTILE INDUSTRY" CONTAINED IN ADUMISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 1 AS AMENDED BY ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 6
May 22, 1939 R-302: Statement on Amendments to the Definitions of "Textile Industry" and "Wool Industry"
May 22, 1939 R-303: ADMINISTRATOR DEMARCATES WOOL COMMITTEE JURISDICTION
May 22, 1939 R-304aa: MINORITY REPORT To the Administrator Wage and Hour Division Under the Fair Laoor Standards Act of 1938
May 22, 1939 R-304a: STATEMENT OF THE MINORITY OF INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. 1 SUBMITTED TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
May 23, 1939 R-297: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
May 23, 1939 R-298: RULES FOR INDIVIDUAL LEARNER CERTIFICATES FORMULATED AS APPAREL INDUSTRY-WIDE APPLICATION IS DENIED
May 23, 1939 R-299: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
May 23, 1939 R-305: TEXTILE COMMITTEE FORWARDS 32 WAGE RECOMMENDATION TO ADMINISTRATOR
May 24, 1939 R-306: INDUSTRY COMMITTEE REGULATIONS REVISED
May 24, 1939 R-307: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 511 - AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRY C0MMMITTEES ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 5 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
May 27, 1939 R-310: REPORT AND RECOMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 3 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
May 27, 1939 R-311: ADMINISTRATOR RECEIVES RECOMMENDATIONS OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR HOSIERY INDUSTRY Schedules Public Hearing for June 12 on Proposed 40 an Hour for Full-Fashioned and 32 for Seamless Workers
May 27, 1939 R-313: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 26 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5 FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
May 27, 1939 R-314: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORT OF THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
May 27, 1939 R-315: HEARING JUNE 19, 1939, ON APPLICATION FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTI0N FOR SURFACE MINING INDUSTRIES
May 27, 1939 R-316: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE MINING OF PLACER GOLD AND CLAY, THE QUARRYING OF DIMENSION STONE AND CRUSHED STONE AND THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATION OF SAND AND GRAVEL AND INDUSTRIAL SAND, FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 27, 1939 R-317: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGES RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
May 27, 1939 R-318: ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES RULES FOR TEXTILE AND HOSIERY WAGE HEARINGS
May 28, 1939 R-308: SURVEY OF C0MPAPATIVE LIVING COSTS
May 28, 1939 R-309: DIFFERENCES IN LIVING COSTS IN 5 NORTHERN AND 5 SOUTHERN CITIES
May 30, 1939 R-319: "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS" TEMPORARY EXEMPTION EXTENDED
May 30, 1939 R-320: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 524 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
June 1, 1939 R-321: HOSIERY LEARNERS' HEARING RE0PENED
June 1, 1939 R-322: NOTICE OF REC0NVENED HEARING IN RE : APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURERS, PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
June 1, 1939 R-324: APPAREL COMMITTEE TO MEET JUNE 14
June 2, 1939 R-325: MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE
June 4, 1939 R-323: Study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to be released on June 4
June 5, 1939 R-327: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE QUESTION WHETHER PART 516 OF THE REGULATIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATOR SHOULD BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE FOR KEEPING SPECIAL OR ADDITIONAL RECORDS BY EMPLOYERS OF RED CAPS OR HAND BAGGAGE PORTERS
June 7, 1939 R-328: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS OPPOSES AMENDMENTS
June 9, 1939 R-329: LEARNER CERTIFICATES IN SOME INDUSTRIES WILL AWAIT DETERMIATION OF HEARINGS
June 12, 1939 R-331: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION SCHEDULES SEASONAL HEARINGS ON WESTERN PINE INDUSTRIES
June 13, 1939 R-330: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE WESTERN PINE INDUSTRY FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7 (b) (3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 13, 1939 R-332: GEORGE A. McNULTIY NAMED WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION GENERAL COUNSEL RUFUS G. POOLE, IRVING J. LEVY AND JOSEPH L. RAUH, JR., MOVE UP
June 16, 1939 R-335: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS FOUR MINIMUM WAGE RATES RANGING FROM 32 TO 40 PER HOUR
June 17, 1939 R-333: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 536 - Regulations Defining the Term "Area of Production" as Used in Section 7(o) and in Section 13(a)(10) of the Fair Labor Standards Act
June 17, 1939 R-334: REVISED "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REGULATIONS EXTENDS EXEMPTIONS
June 19, 1939 R-336: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER P. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U, S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR On a Broadcast Over the NBC RED NETWORK SYSTEM, 8 P.M, MONDAY, JUNE 19th, 1939
June 23, 1939 R-337: JOHN E. LUCEY APPOINTED TO SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
June 23, 1939 R-338: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 27, ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
June 23, 1939 R-339: TEXTILE WAGE SOLE SUBJECT OF ATLANTA HEARING BEFORE ANDREWS
June 23, 1939 R-340: APPAREL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 35-CENT MINIMUM FOR NURSES' UNIFORMS AND 4O CENTS FOR MEN'S CAPS
June 27, 1939 R-341: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 28 APPOINTING MERLE D. VINCENT, AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FDR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
June 28, 1939 R-343: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY MAJOR A. L. FLETCHER, ASSISTANT ADMUCISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Before the COUNCIL OF SOUTHERN WOMEN AT THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S CLUB, WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 28, 1939
June 30, 1939 R-326: HEARING QN RECORD-KEEPING FOR "RED CAPS"
July 1, 1939 R-342: REGIONAL PLAN FOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCED
July 1, 1939 R-345: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDING OFFICER ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL IHDUSTRY
July 7, 1939 R-344: HEARING IN REVIEW OF APPAREL LEARNERS' DETERMINATION JULY 18TH
July 8, 1939 R-348: TEXTILE WAGE HEARING RESUMED IN WASHINGTON
July 10, 1939 R-346: SAFETY MEETINGS DO NOT CONSTITUTE WORKING TIME
July 11, 1939 R-347: FIRST LEARNER CERTIFICATES GRANTED
July 11, 1939 R-349: NOTICE OP ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMEHT OP LEARNERS
July 14, 1939 R-350: SMALL NEWSPAPER EXEMPTION CLARIFIED BY ANDREWS
July 14, 1939 R-352: APPAREL LEARNERS' HEARING POSTPONED
July 14, 1939 R-353: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDING OFFICER ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
July 15, 1939 R-355: ANDREWS DENIES BARDEN AMENDMENTS "COMPROMISE"
July 18, 1939 R-354: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE MANUFACTURING OR PROCESSING OF CLAY PRODUCTS OTHER THAN POTTERY) AND CONCRETE PRODUCTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AM INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 20, 1939 R-351: MR. ANDREWS' STATEMENT ON BARDEN AMENDMENTS
July 20, 1939 R-356: CIGAR LEARNER HEARING JULY 20, 1939
July 20, 1939 R-358: ARGUMENT ON RECORD OF TEXTILE HEARING TO BE HELD
July 21, 1939 R-357: SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED TO AUGUST 1, 1939
July 25, 1939 R-359: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
July 25, 1939 R-360: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER IN THE S.ATES OF MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 25, 1939 R-361: PRIMA FACIE CASE SHOWN FOR GRANTING "SEASONAL," EXEMPTION IN SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER IN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, AND WISCONSIN
July 27, 1939 R-364: POSTPONEMENT OF APPAREL LEARNER HEARING
July 27, 1939 R-366: NOTICE OP CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDING OFFICER ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL IHDUSTRY
July 31, 1939 R-362: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OP LABOR, Before The SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER GUILD, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, JULY 31, 1939, AT 2:15 P. M. - LABOR, IT'S YOUR LAW
August 2, 1939 R-365: "HOURS WORKED" ASPECT OF ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS AND LECTURES
August 3, 1939 R-367: SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 35 CENTS MINIMUM WAGE RATE
August 8, 1939 R-372: DATE FOR BRIEFS ON TEXTILE HEARING EXTENDED
August 10, 1939 R-369: CHARLES A. WOOD WAGE-HOUR REPRESENTATIVE FOR PUERTO RICO
August 10, 1939 R-370: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The 36TH ANNUAL CONVENTION Of The INTERNAIIONAL UNION OF MINE, MILL AND SMELTER WORKERS DENVER, COLORADO, AUGUST 10, 1939
August 12, 1939 R-371: HANDICAPPED WORKERS SPECIAL CERTIFICATES EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1940
August 12, 1939 R-373: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 5S4 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
August 15, 1939 R-377: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS APPROVES RECOMMENDATIONS OF HOSIERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
August 16, 1939 R-368: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CQMMERCIAL AND TRADE ORGANIZATION EXECUTIVES NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS AUGUST 16, 1939; 10:45 A. M.
August 17, 1939 R-376: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the 76TH ANNUAL CONVENTION of the NEW YORK STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR AT NEW YORK CITY August 17, 1939 at 11:00 A.M.
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 1 to 20)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 21 to 40)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 41 to 60
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 61 to 80)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 81 to 100)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 101 to 109)
August 18, 1939 R-379: Wage Order August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the RecommenAatien of Industry Committee No, 3 Minimum Wage Rates in tho Hosiery Industry
August 21, 1939 R-374: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 14 INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON THE EXEMPTION OF AGRICITLTURE; AND ON THE EXEMPTIONS FOR PROCESSING AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
August 21, 1939 R-375: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON THE EXEMPTION QF AGRICULTURE AND ON THE EXEMPTIONS FOR PROCESSING AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
August 21, 1939 R-378a: ADMINISTRATOR'S FINDINGS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMTTEE NUMBER 3 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
August 22, 1939 R-379a: HOSIERY MINIMUM WAGE ORDER
August 23, 1939 R-381: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY MAJOR ARTHUR L, FLETCHER ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DFPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The SOUTHERN GARMENT MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION And The ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN TEXTILE MILLS AND PIECE GOODS HOUSES AT ATLANTA, GEORGIA; AUGUST 23, 1939
August 23, 1939 R-382: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 524 — Regulations Applicable to Employment of Handicapped Persons Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
August 23, 1939 R-383: "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS" TEMPORARY EXEMPTION EXTENDED
August 24, 1939 R-386: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER August 21, 1939 In the matter of the APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURERS, ET AL. To employ learners at wages lower than the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 14 of the Act and Part 522, as amended, of regulations issued thereunder
August 24, 1939 R-387: PROVISIONS FOR HOSIERY LEARNERS ISSUED
August 24, 1939 R-388: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION UPON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
August 25, 1939 R-384: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER IN THE STATES OF MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 25, 1939 R-385: SPRING FRESHET LUMBER DRIVING EXEMPTION EXTENDED
August 28, 1939 R-392: LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS' FEARS GROUNDLESS, ANDREWS ADVISES
August 29, 1939 R-389: ENGLISH WALNUT SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
August 29, 1939 R-390: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING, GRADING AND PACKING OF UNSHELLED "ENGLISH" WALNUTS FROM THE MAXIMLM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 29, 1939 R-393: MILLINERY INDUSTRY SUB-COMMMITTEE REPORT
August 30, 1939 R-394: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE REPORT
August 31, 1939 R-391: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY WESLEY ASH, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Before The AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS AT SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1939
September 4, 1939 R-395: LABOR DAY STATEMENT of ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTENT OF LABOR
September 6, 1939 R-396: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL CERTIFICATE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
September 7, 1939 R-397: FIRST HOSIERY LEARNERS CERTIFICATES ISSUED
September 7, 1939 R-398: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
September 7, 1939 R-399: HAT INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS WAGE RATES OF 35 AND 40 CENTS AN HOUR WITH DIFFERENTIAL FOR PUERTO RICO
September 8, 1939 R-400: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY (2)
September 9, 1939 R-401: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPL0YMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY (3)
September 12, 1939 R-402: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY (4)
September 13, 1939 R-403: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F.ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SECTION, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1939
September 13, 1939 R-404: ANDREWS APPROVES 32 CENTS-AN-HOUR MINIMUM WAGE IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 15, 1939 R-405: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMIITTEE
September 16, 1939 R-406: HYBRID SEED CORN SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
September 16, 1939 R-414: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE PROCESSING OF HYBRID SEED CORN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
September 19, 1939 R-406: HEARING ON MILLINERY REC0MMENDATION OCTOBER 2ND
September 21, 1939 R-412: ENGLISH WALNUT WAGE-HOUR HEARING SEPTEMBER 28 AT SAN FRANCISCO
September 21, 1939 R-413: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING, GRADING AND PACKING OF UNSHELLED "ENGLISH" WALNUTS IN THE STATES OF CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND WASHINGTON, AND UNSHELLED FILBERTS IN THE STATES OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON FROM THE MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
September 22, 1939 R-409: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF TWO INDUSTRY COMMITTEES FOR THE KNIT GOODS INDUSTRY
September 22, 1939 R-410: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 29 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
September 22, 1939 R-411: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 30 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
September 22, 1939 R-415: REGULATIONS GOVERNING FEDERAL-STATE COOPERATION IN WAGE-HOUR ENFORCEMENT MADE PUBLIC
September 25, 1939 R-407: BURMINGHAM REGONAL ATTORNEY STARTS TO WORK
September 26, 1939 R-416: HOMEWORK REGULATIONS EXTENDED
September 26, 1939 R-417: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 516 - Regulations on Records to Be Kept by Employers Pursuant to Section 11(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
September 28, 1939 R-418: APPAREL HEARING SET FOR OCTOBER 23
September 28, 1939 R-419: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
September 29, 1939 R-420: KNITTED OUTERWEAR COMMITTEE TO MEET OCTOBER 25
September 30, 1939 R-421: LEARNERS' CERTIFICATE CANCELLED
September 29, 1939 R-422: In the Matter of Industry Committee No. 1 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Textile Industry
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 1: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 2: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 3: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 4: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 5: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-424: ADMINISTRATOR SIGNS TEXTILE MINIMUM WAGE ORDER
September 30, 1939 R-423: NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF A SPECIAL CERTIFICATE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
October 1939 R-219: Title 29, Chapter V Code of Federal Regulations Part 516 REGULATIONS ON RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANKJIDS ACT OF 1938 (52 STAT. 1060) AND EXPLANATION OF THE RECORDS REGULATIONS
October 4, 1939 R-425: APPLE STORAGE SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
October 4, 1939 R-426: IN THS MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(h)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUSD THEREUNDER
October 5, 1939 R-427: HEARING ON LEARNERS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY SET FOR OCTOBER 12
October 5, 1939 R-428: NOTICE OF RECONVENED HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
October 7, 1939 R-429: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED BENTONITE CLAY MINING
October 7, 1939 R-432: FINDING AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER October 4, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATIONS OF ARTIC CIRCLE EXPLORATION COMPANY, AMERICAN COLLOID COMPANY, NATIONAL CRUSHED STONE ASSOCIATION, INC., NATIONAL SAND AND GRAVEL ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SAND ASSOCIATION, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES
October 7, 1939 R-433: KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAl KNITTING COMMITTEE TO MEET OCTOBER 30
October 7, 1939 R-435: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITT NO. 8 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
October 7, 1939 R-436: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE BENTONITE CLAY (SWELLING TYPE) MINING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 9, 1939 R-434: JAMES G. JOHNSON PLACED IN CHARGE OF ATLANTA REGIONAL OFFICE
October 9, 1939 R-437: ANDREWS ISSUES STATEMENT ON EFFECTIVE DATE OF 42-H0UR WORKWEEK
October 10, 1939 R-430: WESTERN PINE ASSOCIATION DENIED EXEMPTI0N
October 10, 1939 R-431: FINDING AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER October 4, 1939 in the matter of APPLICATION for The exemption of the Western Pine Industry from hte maxinun hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature, pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act
October 10, 1939 R-438: HEARING SET ON APPLICATION OF TELEGRAPH COMPANIES FOR MESSENGER WAGE EXEMPTION
October 10, 1939 R-439: NOTICE OF HEARING In Re: Application of the Postal Telegraph Landline System and sundry other parties pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and rules and regulations issued thereunder for permission to employ messengers at wage rates less than the applicable minimum wage speciffied in Section 6
October 10, 1939 R-440: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE WESTERN PINE INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 12, 1939 R-441: LEARNER CERTIFICATES IN APPAREL INDUSTRY AFTER OCTOBER 24
October 12, 1939 R-442: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - LABOR WAGE HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
October 12, 1939 R-443: NOTICE OF ORDER FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
October 12, 1939 R-444: OPINION, FINDINGS AND ORDER October 10, 1939 In the Matter of REVIEW OF FINDINGS AMD DETERMINATIONS made upon APPLICATIONS FOR LEARNERS CERTIFICATES in the APPAREL INDUSTRY
October 14, 1939 R-445: FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER September 28, 1939 In the matter of Hearing on Proposed Amendments of Part 516 (Records to be Kept by Employers) of the Regulations Issued Under Section 11(c) under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. Red Caps or Hand-baggage Porters
October 14, 1939 R-446: ANDREWS AMENDS RECORD KEEPING REGULATI0NS AFTER RED CAP HEARING
October 14, 1939 R-447: FURTHER NOTICE OF HEARING AND CHANGE OF HEARING DATE In re: Application of the Postal Telegraph Landline System and sundry other parties pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Aot of 1938 and rules and regulations issued thereunder for permission to employ messengers at wage rates less than the applicable minimum wage specified in Section 6
October 14, 1939 R-448: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 523 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF MESSENGERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
October 14, 1939 R-449: MESSENGER WAGE RATE HEARING MOVED UP TO OCTOBER 20
October 14, 1939 R-451: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS PART 516 - REGULATIONS ON RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
October 17, 1939 R-452: HEARING ON NEED FOR LEARNERS IN CIGAR MAKING INDUSTRY NOVEMBER 1
October 17, 1939 R-453: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATIONS OF THE CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC., THE YORK COUNTY (PA.) CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, THE FLORIDA CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, AND ALLIES AND FISHER, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
October 17, 1939 R-454: WOMAN EDUCATOR NAMED TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
October 17, 1939 R-455: MESSENGER WAGE HEARING CANCELLED
October 17, 1939 R-460: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 33 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APP0INTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 8 FOR THE KNIITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
October 18, 1939 R-450: WAGE-H0UR RULING ON MEETINGS AND LECTURES AS HOURS WORKED AMPLIFIED
October 18, 1939 R-456: THOMAS HOLLAND APPOINTED TRIAL EXAMINER ON THE APPAREL RECOMMENDATION
October 18, 1939 R-457: FOR NOTICE OP DESIGNATION OF TRIAL EXAMINER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY COMITTEE
October 18, 1939 R-459: POSTPONEMENT OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTE
October 19, 1939 R-458: WAGE-HOUR COUNSEL WARNS ON OVERTIME EVASION
October 19, 1939 R-463 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE PROCESSING OF HYBRID SEED CORN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LAB0R STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 19, 1939 R-466: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER OCTOBER 19, 1939 In the matter of tho APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL KNITTED OUTERWEAR ASSOCIATION, THE UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, ET AL To employ learners at wages lower the the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 14 of the Act and Part 522, as amended, of regulations issued thereunder Knitted Outerwear Knitted Underwear
October 20, 1939 R-461: HYBRID SEED CORN SEASONAL EXEMPTION GRANTED
October 21, 1939 R-464: APPALACHIAN APPLE SEASONAL EXEMPTION HEARING NOVEMBER 2
October 21, 1939 R-465: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" IN THE STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 23, 1939 R-462: TEXTILE WAGE POSTERS MAILED TO MILLS
October 23, 1939 R-467: TEXTILE WAGE ORDER NOT GENERALLY ENJOINED
October 24, 1939 R-468: ISSUANCE OF LEARNER CERTIFICATES FOR KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY
October 27, 1939 R-470: SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED FOR LOUISIANA CANE SUGAR PROCESSING AND MILLING
October 27, 1939 R-471: HOSIERY LEARNER'S CERTIFICATE FOR GEORGIA MILL CANCELED
October 27, 1939 R-472: KNITTED OUTERWEAR COMMITTEE VOTES 35 CENT MINIMUM
October 27, 1939 R-473: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THAT PORTION OF THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY WHICH IS LOCATED LOUISIANA FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1933 PURSUAN TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 27, 1939 R-474: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 7 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
October 27, 1939 R-474a: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MINORITY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE #7 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
October 31, 1939 R-475: NORTH CAROLINA FIRST STATE TO SIGN WAGE-HOUR COOPERATION AGREEMENT
November 1, 1939 R-477: KNITTED UNDEWEAR COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 33 CENTS AN HOUR MINIMUM WAGE
November 1, 1939 R-478: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMbER 8 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
November 3, 1939 R-479: RAILROAD INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
November 3, 1939 R-480: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 34 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
November 3, 1939 R-481: SHOE LEARNERS HEARING NOVEMBER 20 BEFORE MERLE D. VINCENT
November 3, 1939 R-482: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION THE FLORSHEIM SHOE COMPANY, SELBY SHOE COMPMY, G, R. KINNEY COMPANY, INC, MEDWED FOOTWEAR COMPANY, BLUM SHOE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 4, 1939 R-483: HEAR ARGUMENT OH MILLINERY RECOMMENDATION NOVEMBER 20
November 4, 1939 R-485: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUEMENT ON RECORD OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
November 5, 1939 R-476: GEORGE DUEMLER APPOINTED REGIONAL ATTORNEY
November 6, 1939 R-486: SUIT FILED TO COMPEL RAILROAD TERMINAL TO PAY "RED CAPS" MINIMUM WAGE
November 7, 1939 R-484: Determination and Order of the Presiding Officer October 31, 1939. IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE, ET. AL, TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 7, 1939 R-487: LEARNER CERTIFICATES FOR TEXTILE INDUSTRY
November 8, 1939 R-488: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATI0N AND ORDER RE EMPL0YMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE COTTON TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 9, 1939 R-490: GLOVE LEARNER HEARING NOVEMBER 16
November 9, 1939 R-491: IN RE: APPLICATION THE WORK GLOVE INSTITUTE, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LEATHER GLOVE MFGS., INC., UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND RULES AMD REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PEPMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE GLOVE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 14, 1939 R-492: CHRISTMAS TREE INDUSTRY ASKS SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 14, 1939 R-493: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE HARVESTING, HANDLING, PROCESSING, SHIPPING OR DISTRIBUTING OF DECORATIVE GREENS, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 14, 1939 R-497: HEARING ON APPAREL RECOMMENDATION ADJOURNED TO THURSDAY
November 15, 1939 R-489: PLACER GOLD MINING GRANTED SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 15, 1939 R-489: PLACER GOLD MINING GRANTED SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 15, 1939 R-494: COLONEL FLEMING ANNOUNCES ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
November 15, 1939 R-495: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER November 6, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATIONS THE ARCTIC CIRCLE EXPLORATION COMPANY AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For the exemption of the mining of placer gold from surface or open cuts, from the maximum hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature, pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act and Part 526 of the Regulations issued thereunder Placer Gold
November 15, 1939 R-496: HEARING ON SHOE LEARNERS CANCELLED
November 16, 1939 R-500: NOTICE OF CANCELATION OF HEARING ON APPLICATIONS OF THE FLORSHEIM SHOE COMPANY, SELBY SHOE COMPANY AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 18, 1939 R-498: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION GRANTING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE OPEN-CUT PLACER GOLD MINING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 18, 1939 R-499: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR LOUISIANA CANE SUGAR PROCESSING AND MILLING MADE FINAL
November 18, 1939 R-501: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THAT PORTION OF THE CANE SUGAR PROCESSING AND MILLING BRANCH OF THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY WHICH IS LOCATED IN LOUISIANA FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OP THE REGULATEONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 22, 1939 R-505: TELEPHONE OPERATOR LEARNER HEARING DECEMBER 7
November 22, 1939 R-506: RAW FUR SEASONAL EXEMPTI0N HEARING
November 22, 1939 R-507: HEARING ON WAGE RECOMMENDATION IN SHOE INDUSTRY DECEMBER 11
November 22, 1939 R-508: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 22, 1939 R-509: NOTICE OF FURTHER CHANGE IN DATES OF HEARING ON APPLICATIONS OF RAW FUR AND WOOL ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STADARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 22, 1939 R-510: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE UNITED INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE ASSOCIATION AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMIISSION TO EMPL0Y LEARNERS AS SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS IN THE TELEPHONE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 22, 1939 R-511: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 6 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 22, 1939 R-513: CONSTITUTIONALITY OF FLSA UPHELD IN MONTGOMERY WARD CASE
November 24, 1939 R-502: WAGE-HOUR SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR BRICK MANUFACTURING IN MAINE, VERMONT, AND NEW HAMPSHIRE GRANTED
November 24, 1939 R-503: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER November 15, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE BRICK MANUFACTURERS OF MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For the exemption of the manufacturing or processing of clay products (other than pottery) from the maximum hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act and Part 526 of the regulations issued thereunder Clay Products (other than pottery
November 24, 1939 R-512: MAKERS OF TOOLS AND DIES USED TO PRODUCE GOODS FOR INTERSTATE COMMERCE HELD COVERED BY WAGE-HOUR LAW
November 25, 1939 R-504: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMlNATION GRANTING AHD DENYING CERTAIN APPLICATIONS FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 28, 1939 R-514: NOTICE OF REOPENED HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 28, 1939 R-515: HEARING ON HAT REC0MMENDATI0N DECEMBER 18
November 28, 1939 R-516: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE REC0MMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
November 28, 1939 R-517: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 4 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY
November 28, 1939 R-517a: DISSENTING STATEMENTS BY WILLIAM T. CHRISTMAS MEMBER OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE INDUSTRY
November 28, 1939 R-518: LEARNER HEARING REOPENED FOR CURTAIN INDUSTRY Additional Testimony on Curtain Branch of Textile Industry to be Heard December 13
November 28, 1939 R-519: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 28, 1939 R-520: REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER ON EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE OUTERWEAR AND UNDERWEAR INDUSTRIES
November 30, 1939 R-511a: SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENTS on REPORTS AND RECOMMDATI0NS of INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 6 for the ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES in the SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES By 1. Powers Hapgood, Employee member of the Committee 2. H. E. Jenkins, Employer member of the Committee
December 5, 1939 R-523: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 36 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
December 7, 1939 R-524: MAJOR CAMPBELL TO PRESIDE AT SHOE HEARING, DECEMBER 11
December 7, 1939 R-511b: SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENT on REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS of INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 6 for the ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES in the SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
December 8, 1939 R-525: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
December 8, 1939 R-526: FEDERAL GRAND JURY URGES INCREASED WAGE-HOUR LAW ENORCEMENT
December 9, 1939 R-529: EDWARD J. PARKER, OF SALVATION ARMY, APPOINTED TO SHELTERED WORKSHOP COMMITTEE
December 9 1939 R-530: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 37 APP0INTMENT TO ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
December 11, 1939 R-517b: MINORITY REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 4 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY
December 11, 1939 R-521: WALNUT AND FILBERT SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED
December 11, 1939 R-522: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER December 4, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA WALNIUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION, THE NORTH PACIFIC NUT GROWERS COOPERATIVE AND SUNDRY OTPIER PARTIES For exemption of the receiving, grading and packing of unshelled "English" walnuts in the States of California, Oregon and Washington, and unshelled filberts in the States of Oregon and Washington from the maximum hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) and Part 526 of the Regulations issued thereunder
December 11, 1939 R-531: SHOE HEARING SCHEDULED THROUGH WEEK
December 12, 1939 R-527: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING, GRADING AND PACKING OF UNSHELLED "ENGLISH" WALNUTS IN IHE STATES OF CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND WASHINGTON, AND UNSHELLED FILBERTS IN THE STATES OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON FROM THE MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 QF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 12, 1939 R-528: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER December 4, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA WALNUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION, THE NORTH PACIFIC NUT GROWERS COOPERATIVE AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For exemption of the receiving, grading and packing of unshelled "English" walnuts in the States of California, Oregon and Washington, and unshelled filberts in the States of Oregon and Washington from the maximum hours porovisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) and Part 525 of the Regulations issued thereunder
December 12, 1939 R-532: WILKES-BARRE (PA) HOSIERY MILLS LEARNERS' CERTIFICATES CANCELED
December 16, 1939 R-539: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
December 16, 1939 R-540: OSCAR R. STRACKBEIN TO PRESIDE AT HAT HEARING, DECEMBER 18, 1939
December 18, 1939 R-533: WAGE AND HOUR CASE HANDLING TO BE SPEEDED UNDER NEW PROCEDURE
December 19, 1939 R-534: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF TIME FOR FILING BRIEFS IN REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 1: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 2: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 3: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 4: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 5: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 6: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 7: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-536: Wage Order December 15, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Committee No. 5 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Millinery Industry
December 19, 1939 R-537: CLOSING OF BRIEFS IN KNIT GOODS LEARNER REVIEW POSTPONED
December 20, 1939 R-538: MAXIMUM HOURS AND OVERTIME COMPUTATION INTERPRETATION IS REVISED
December 20, 1939 R-542: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION REJECTS PACKING HOUSE EXEMPTION CONTENTIONS
December 21, 1939 R-543: SWISHER CIGAR COMPANY MAKING $60,000 WAGE-HOUR RESTITUTION
December 26, 1939 R-546: PUBLIC HEARINGS ON WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR KNIT GOODS INDUSTRY SCHEDULED
December 26, 1939 R-548: NOTICE ON HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
December 26, 1939 R-549: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
December 27, 1939 R-544: DIRECT LINE OF AUTHORITY ESTABLISHED IN WAGE-HOUR DIVISION