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Press Releases Issued 1940

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Date Issued Title
January 2, 1940 R-547: PLACER GOLD MINING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
January 2, 1940 R-551: HEARING ON SMITHFIELD HAM SEASONAL EXEMPTI0N APPLICATION JANUARY 9
January 3, 1940 R-553: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF PEANUT-FED, LONG PROCESS, NON-REFRIGERATED MEAT CURING FROM THE MAXIUM 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 REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
January 3, 1940 R-558: IN THE MATTER OF EXEMPTION OF A BRANCH OF THE OPEN-CUT PLACER GOLD MIINING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY UNDER SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
January 4, 1940 R-550: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 1A FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
January 4, 1940 R-550a: STATEMENTS OF INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. IA FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY ON THE REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
January 8, 1940 R-552: WAGE-HOUR SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR BRICK MANUFACTURING IN MAINE, VERMONT, AND NEW HAMPSHIRE MADE FINAL
January 8, 1940 R-556: WAGE-HOUR LAW ENFORCEABLE ---- SAYS DIVISION'S ANNUAL REPORT
January 9, 1940 R-554: IN THE MATTER OF EXEMPION OF A BRANCH OF THE CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSIRY UNDLR SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
January 9, 1940 R-562: WILKS-BARRE HOSIERY FIRM ALLOWED LEARNERS FOR NORMAL LABOR TURNOVER
January 10, 1940 R-563: WAGE AND HOUR APPAREL HEARINGS CLOSED
January 11, 1940 R-559: RAW FUR SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
January 11, 1940 R-560: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER January 3, 1940 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE 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 Standards Act of 1938 and Part 526 of Regulations issued thereunder
January 12, 1940 R-564: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
January 12, 1940 R-565: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
January 12, 1940 R-566: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION THAT THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY IS 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
January 12, 1940 R-569: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS TO THE ADMINISTRATOR ON OR BEFORE FEBRUARY 3, 1940, IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
January 12, 1940 R-570: THOMAS HOLLAND TO PRESIDE AT HEARINGS ON WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR KNIT GOODS INDUSTRY
January 15, 1940 R-572: RAILROAD INDUSTRY COMMITTEE TO MEET FEBRUARY 12
January 15, 1940 R-573: HAT AND MILLINARY LEARNER HEARING JANUARY 31
January 16, 1940 R-567: To be inserted after Second Paragraph on Page 2 of "SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF NORTHERN BRANCH OF SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PROPOSED" (R-567)
January 16, 1940 R-568: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATIONS OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER January 8, 1940 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF or the exemption of the dredging- and excavating of sand and gravel 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 Regulations issued thereunder for the exemption of the dredging and excavating of sand and gravel 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 Regulations issued thereunder
January 16, 1940 R-574: NOTICE OF FURTHER EXTTENSICN 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 APPLCABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
January 17, 1940 R-545: LEARNERS' EXEMPTIONS DENIED FOR BOTH BRANCHES OF CIGAR-MAKING
January 18, 1940 R-557: DETERMINATION AND ORDER OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER JANUARY 2, 1940 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC. ET AL. TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
January 18, 1940 R-561: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION UPON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
January 18, 1940 R-578: NOTICE OF HEARING ON ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. IA FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
January 18, 1940 R-579: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS TO THE ADMINISTRATOR ON OR BEFORE FEBRUARY 12, 1940, IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY
January 18, 1940 R-580: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS TO THE. ADMINISTRATOR ON OR BEFORE FEBRUARY 12, 1940, IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE SHOE MAIRIFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
January 18, 1940 R-581: SHOE BRIEFS CLOSE FEBRUARY 12
January 18, 1940 R-582: HAT BRIEFS CLOSE FEBRUARY 12
January 18, 1940 R-583: HEARING ON WOOL WAGE RECOMMEDATION FEBRUARY 5
January 19, 1939 R-541: FORTY CENT MILLINERY WAGE ORDER ISSUED, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15
January 19, 1940 R-585: CLOSING DATE FOR APPAREL BRIEFS POSTPONED
January 19, 1940 R-586: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF DATE ON WHICH ADMINISTRATOR WILL RECEIVE WRITTEN BRIEFS ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 2 FOR THE APPAREL INDUSTRY FROM FEBRUARY 3 TO FEBRUARY 19, 1940
January 19, 1940 R-589: UNDERWEAR BRIEFS CLOSE FEBRUARY 15
January 20, 1940 R-590: NOTICE OF DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS AND REQUESTS FOR ORAL ARGUMENT IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
January 22, 1940 R-587: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR GRINDSTONE QUARRYING DENIED
January 22, 1940 R-593: OSBORNE OF LELAND STANFORD APPOINTED TO RAILROAD COMMITTEE
January 22, 1940 R-601: COURT ORDERS REINSTATEMENT OF EMPLOYEE WHO MADE WAGE-HOUR COMPLAINT
January 23, 1940 R-588: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER January 17, 1940 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THIE HALL GRINDSTONE COMPANY AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For the exemption of the quarrying of dimension stone 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 Regulations issued thereunder Dimension Stone
January 23, 1940 R-591: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 38 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
January 23, 1940 R-592: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMIITEE ND, 9 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES POR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
January 23, 1940 R-594: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING CERTAIN APPLICATIONS FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF DIMNSION STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS, 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
January 23, 1940 R-595: FINDINGS AND DETETRMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER January 22, 1940 In the matter of APPLICATION OF THE NEW ENGLAND CURTAIN MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, 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 Novelty Curtain Branch of the Textile Industry
January 23, 1940 R-596: APPLICATION FOR 108 LEARNERS DENIED SALANT and SALANT, INC.
January 23, 1940 R-597: NO LEARNERS FOR NOVELTY CURTAIN MANUFACTURING
January 23, 1940 R-598: AMENDED DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN TME TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 and NOTICE OF REVIEW
January 23, 1940 R-599: REVIEW OF AMENDED DETERMINATION AND ORDER ON EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
January 23, 1940 R-600: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY COLONEL PHILIP B. FLEMING, CORPS OP ENGINEERS Before The SOUTHERN STATES INDUSTRIAL COUICIL AT ATLANTA, GEORGIA January 23, 1940
January 24, 1940 R=584: AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ADVISED ON COVERAGE OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
January 24, 1940 R-602: NOTICE OF DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS AND REQUESTS FOR ORAL ARGUEMENT IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
January 25, 1940 R-603: OUTERWEAR BRIEFS CLOSE FEBRUARY 20
February 1, 1940 R-604: WAGE-HOUR INSPECTION RE-ORGANIZATION PROGRESSES
February 1, 1940 R-605: THOMAS HOLLAND TO PRESIDE AT WOOL HEARING
February 1, 1940 R-606: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1A FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
February 3, 1940 R-610: RAW FUR RECEIVING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
February 3, 1940 R-611: IN THE MATTER OF EXEMPTION OF THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY UNDER SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENOED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
February 5, 1940 R-609: WORKWEEK TAKEN AS UNIT IN WAGE-HOUR CALCULATION
February 9, 1940 R-622: ARGUEMENT ON RECORD OF SHOE HEARING TO BE HELD
February 10, 1940 R-614: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION THAT THE VIRGINIA-SMITHFIELD MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY IS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
February 10, 1940 R-615: FINDINGS AND DETERMlNATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER February 6, 1940 In the matter of the APPLICATIONS OF THE VIRGINIA-SMTHFIELD MEAT PACKERS ASSOCIATIATION AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For the exemption of peanut-fed, long process, non-refrigerated meat curing 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 Regulations issued thereunder
February 10, 1940 R-620: WOOL BRIEFS CLOSE MARCH 5
February 10, 1940 R-621: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS TO THE ADMINISTRATDR ON OR BEFORE HARCH 5, 1940, IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COIMITTEE NO. IA FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
February 10, 1940 R-624: CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 525 — Regulations Applicable to the Employment of Handicapped Clients in Sheltered Workshops Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
February 10, 1940 R-625: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMlENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE SHOE MNUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
February 11, 1940 R-619: WAGE-HOUR CASE SETTLEMENTS SPEEDED, FLEMING REPORTS
February 12, 1940 R-626: COMMITTEE MEETS TO REC0MMEND MINIMUM WAGES FOR RAILROAD WORKERS
February 12, 1940 R-627: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 39 DESIGNATING GEORGE E. OSBORNE AS VICE-CHAIRMAN OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
February 13, 1940 R-618: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMIATION RE EMPL0YMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
February 13, 1940 R-623: REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER ON EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
February 13, 1940 R-628: REGULATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS IN "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS ANNOUNCED
February 13, 1940 R-629: ARGUMENT ON RECORD OF APPAREL HEARING TO BE HELD
February 13, 1940 R-632: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMNISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECCOMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IH THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
February 14, 1940 R-638: RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE COMMENCES MINIMUM WAGE PUBLIC HEARINGS TODAY
February 15, 1940 R-616: EVERGREEN INDUSTRY HELD SEASONAL
February 15, 1940 R-617: FINDINGS AND DETEMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER February 1, 1940 In the matter of APPLICATIONS OF THE HALVORSON TREES, INC., THE BRADBURY COMPANY, THE NORTHWEST EVERGREEN COMPANY, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES 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 an industry of a seasonal nature, pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act and Part 526 of Regulations issued thereunder Decorative Greens
February 15, 1940 R-634: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED TO EGG BREAKING INDUSTRY
February 15, 1940 R-637: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE DECORATIVE GREENS 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
February 16, 1940 FIRST CRIMINAL WAGE-HOUR TRIAL ENDS IN PLEA OF GUILTY
February 19, 1940 R-612: VIRGINIA-SMITHFIELD MEAT PACKERS SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
February 19, 1940 R-630: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE GLOVE BRANCH OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
February 19, 1940 R-631: PROVISIONS FOR LEARNERS IN GLOVE INDUSTRY MADE PUBLIC
February 19, 1940 R-633: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER February 8, 1940 In the matter of the APPLICATION OF THE WORK GLOVE INSTITUTE, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LEATHER GLOVE MANUFACTURERS, INC., THE UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, 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 Glove Industry
February 19, 1940 R-645: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION FILES SUIT AGAINST SWIFT and COMPANY ON OVERTIME
February 20, 1940 R-613: TITLE 29 ~ LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 526 - AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 7 (b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
February 20, 1940 R-641: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 40 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 10 FOR THE LEATHER INDUSTRY
February 20, 1940 R-646: SALANT AND SAANT, INC., LEARNER DENIAL TO BE REVIEWED
February 20, 1940 R-647: NEW WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR CAUTIONS BUSINESSMEN REGARDING POSSIBLE SUITS BY THEIR EMPLOYEES
February 20, 1940 R-643: LEATHER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
February 20, 1940 R-644: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DSTERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION OF SALANT and SALANT, INC., FOR A SPECIAL CERTIFICATE TO PERMIT THE EMPLOYMENT OF ADDITIONAL LEARNERS AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE MINIMUM PROVIDED UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, FOR PLANT EXPANSION AT LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE
February 21, 1940 R-607: SUGAR BEET SEED SCHEDLULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
February 21, 1940 R-608: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING, BAGGING, AND HANDLING OF SUGAR BEET SEED 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
February 21, 1940 R-635: REDTOP SEED SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
February 21, 1940 R-636: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING AND PROCESSING OF REDTOP SEED 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
February 23, 1940 R-650: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED SOUTHERN MILLINERY MANUFACTURERS
February 23, 1940 R-651: PAPER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
February 24, 1940 R-639: AMENDED APPRENTICE REGULATIONS STRESS TRAINING STANDARDS
February 24, 1940 R-642: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 41 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COIMMITTEE NO. 11 FOR THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY
February 24, 1940 R-640: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 521 REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMFNT OF APPRENTICES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
Undated R-46: APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL APPRENTICE CERTIFICATE
February 27, 1940 R-648: 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 UBOR STANDARDS ACT
February 27, 1940 R-649: RECORD KEEPING REGULATIONS REVISED
February 27, 1940 R-652: REVIEW OF DENIAL OF SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR GRINDSTONE QUARRYING GRANTED
February 27, 1940 R-653: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING CERTAIN APPICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF DIMENSION STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS, 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
February 29, 1940 R-654: WAGE-HOUR SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR VIRGINIA SMITHFIELD MEAT PACKERS ASSOCIATION MADE FINAL
February 29, 1940 R-655: CLEVELAND TERMINAL SUED ON RED CAPS' TIPS
February 29, 1940 R-657: IN THE MATTER OF DETERMINATION THAT THE VIRGINIA-SMITHFIELD MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY IS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 4, 1940 R-651: CHANGE IN INDUSTRY COMMITTEE PROCEDURE
March 4, 1940 R-658: LEATHER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE TO MEET APRIL 8
March 6, 1940 R-662: HILL, BOSTON ATTORNEY, APPOINTED TO PAPER COMIITTEE
March 6, 1940 R-663: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 42 ACCEPTANCE OF AND RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 11 FOR THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY
March 7, 1940 R-666: ARGUMENT ON RECORD OF HAT HEARING TO BE HELD MARCH 25
March 8, 1940 R-667: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY
March 8, 1940 R-668: HEAR ARGUMENT ON WOOLEN RECOMMENDATION APRIL 1
March 8, 1940 R-669 NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1-A FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
March 11, 1940 R-676: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PRESSES RED CAP SUIT
March 12, 1940 R-671: EVERGREENS HELD SEASONAL INDUSTRY
March 12, 1940 R-672: IN THE MATTER OF DETERMINATION THAT CERTAIN BRANCHES OF THE DECORATIVE GREENS INDUSTRY ARE INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 ANO PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 12, 1940 R-674: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 43 AUTHORIZATION OF BAIRD SNYDER TO ACT IN ABSENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
March 12, 1940 R-677: SNYDER TO HEAD WAGE-HOUR IN FLEMING'S ABSENCE
March 14, 1940 R-678: HERON APPOINTED TO PAPER COMMITTEE
March 14, 1940 R-679: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 44 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 11 FOR THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY
March 15, 1940 R-673: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR NORTHERN BRANCH OF SAND AND GPAVEL INDUSTRY MADE FINAL
March 15, 1940 R-675: IN THE MATTER OF DETERMINATION THAT THE NORTHERN BRANCH OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY IS, AND THE SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THAT INDUSTRY IS NOT, AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 15, 1940 R-684: ARTIFICIAL FLOWER INDUSTRY LEARNER HEARING APRIL 2
March 15, 1940 R-685: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF ABRAHAM GERSTENZANG, 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 ARTIFICIAL FLOWER INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
March 15, 1940 R-687: APPAREL ARGUMENT CLOSES
March 18, 1940 R-680: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR REDTOP SEED MADE FINAL
March 18, 1940 R-681: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING AND PROCESSING OF REDTOP SEED FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULAHONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 18, 1940 R-688: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 541 OF REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE DEFINITION OF THE TERMS "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL...OUTSIDE SALESMAN" AS THEY AFFECT EMPLOYEES IN THE WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTIVE TRADES
March 18, 1940 R-689: WAGE-HOUR PUBLIC HEARINGS CALLED TO CONSIDER DEFINITIONS OF EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYEES OF WHOLESALERS
March 18, 1940 R-690: COLONEL FLEMING TO APPROVE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF KNIT GOODS INDUSTRY COMMITTEES
March 18, 1940 R-691: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT IN REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPL0YMENT 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
March 18, 1940 R-692: FLEMING ORDERS "AREA OF PRODUCTION" INVESTIGATION IN THE FIELD
March 19, 1940 R-664: SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER SEASONAL INDUSTRY EVERYWHERE: WAGE-HOUR PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION
March 19, 1940 R-665: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER (OUTSIDE THE NORTHEASTERN AND LAKE STATES) FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 19, 1940 R-686: ANNUAL WAGE CONTACTS FILED BY HORMEL AND OTHERS
March 20, 1940 R-659: SEASONAL HOURS EXEMPTION PROPOSED FOR PLACER TIN MINING IN ALASKA
March 20, 1940 R-670: "KICKBACK" DEVICES TO AVOID COST OF TRAINING LEARNERS ILLEGAL, WAGE-HOUR GENERAL COUNSEL WARNS
March 20, 1940 R-682: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR SUGAR BEET SEED MADE FINAL
March 20, 1940 R-683: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING, BAGGING AUD HANDLING OF SUGAR BEET SEED 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
March 20, 1940 R-693: TEXTILE, HOSIERY AND MILLINERY COMMITTES DISSOLVED
March 20, 1940 R-694: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 45 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY, NO. 3 FOR THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY. AND NO. 5 FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
March 22, 1940 R-695: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED FABRIC DIVISION OF THE GLOVE BRANCH OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 22, 1940 R-696: GLOVE LEARNER ORDER TO BE REVIEWED
March 22, 1940 R-698: PAPER COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40¢ MINIMUM WAGE RATE
March 23, 1940 R-699: FLEMING SIGNS ORDER INCREASING RATE OF 60,000 SHOE WORKERS
March 26, 1940 R-697: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF INSPECTORS
March 26, 1940 R-703: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE REC0MMENDATI0N OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES WAGE ORDER
March 26, 1940 R-704: PHILIP G. RHOADS APPOINTED TO LEATHER COMMITTEE
March 26, 1940 R-705: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 46 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 10 FOR THE LEATHER INDUSTRY
March 27, 1940 R-706: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF ABRAHAM GERSTENZANG, 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 ARTIFICIAL FLOWER INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
March 27, 1940 R-707: ARTIFICIAL FLOWER LEARNER HEARING POSTPONED TO APRIL 3
April 1, 1940 R-700: COMPLYING ESTABLISMENTS TO BE PROTECTED, COLONEL FLEMING ANNOUNCES
April 1, 1940 R-708: RAILROAD INDUSTRY COMMITTEE TO RECONVENE MAY 3
April 1, 1940 R-711: WAGE-HOUR LAW NOT TO AFFECT FARMERS, COLONEL FLEMING ASSURES IN NATIONWIDE BROADCAST
April 2, 1940 R-701: GARDEN SEED AND SEED CORN SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
April 2, 1940 R-702: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING AND PREPARING OF GARDEN SEED AND SEED CORN AT COUNTRY CLEANING PLANTS 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
April 2, 1940 R-709: COLORADO PLACER GOLD MINING SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
April 2, 1940 R-710: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATI0N FOR EXEMPTION OF THE OPEN-CUT MINING OF PLACER GOLD IN THE STATE OF COLORADO 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
April 2, 1940 R-712: ALL AFFECTED GROUPS MAY APPEAR AT WAGE-HOUR HEARING ON "EXECUTIVE", ETC. ON APRIL 10
April 3, 1940 R-713: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE FOR FILING WRITTEN STATEMENTS OR NOTICES OF INTENTION TO APPEAR FOR HEARING ON PROIOSED AMENDMENTS OF PART 541 OF REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE DEFINITION OF THE TERMS "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL OUTSIDE SALESMEN" AS THEY AFFECT EMPLOYEES IN THE WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTIVE TRADES
April 3, 1940 R-714: APRIL 9 MADE FILING DATE FOR WAGE-HOUR HEARING ON "EXECUTIVE," ETC., IN WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTIVE TRADES
April 3, 1940 R-715: FLEMIITG SEES "GREEN LIGHT" FOR MINIMUM WAGE ORDERS ABOVE 30˘ AN HOUR IN COURT'S DECISION
April 4, 1940 R-717: MORE THAN NINETY PERCENT OF COTTON GINS EXEMPT FROM FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
April 9, 1940 R-716: IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.2 OF REGULATIONS, PART 536 (AREA OF PRODUCTION), ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 9, 1940 R-719: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE INDEPENDENT BRANCH OF THE TELEPHONE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 9, 1940 R-720: LEARNING PERIOD FOR TELEPHONE 0PERAT0RS RECOMMENDED FOR INDEPENDENT EXCHANGES
April 9, 1940 R-724: HENRY T. HUNT NAMED WAGE-HOUR EXAMINER
April 10, 1940 R-722: FLEMING TO HEAR ORAL ARGUMENTS ON EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY
April 10, 1940 R-723: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF ORAL ARGUMENT 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 AND TENTATIVE AMMENDED DETERMINATION AND ORDER
April 10, 1940 R-725: "WHITE COLLAR" HEARING GETS UNDER WAY
April 10, 1940 R-726: LEATHER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40˘ MINIMUM WAGE RATE
April 12, 1940 R-727: IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.2 OP REGULATIONS, PART 536 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 12, 1940 R-728: NOTICE OF POSTPONMENT OF PUBLIC HEARING IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.2 OF REGUIATIONS, PART 536 (AREA OF PRODUCTION), ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 12, 1940 R-729: NOTICE OF POSTPONMENT OF PUBLIC HEARING IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.2 OF REGULATIONS, PART 536 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 12, 1940 R-732: PUBLIC HEARING ON WAGE-HOUR EXEMPTION FOR CANNERIES MAY 9 HEARINGS ON "AREA OF PRODUCTION" EXEMPTIONS FOR PACKING CITRUS FRUITS AND PACKING OF OTHER FRUITS AND VEGETABLES POSTPONED
April 13, 1940 R-734: COLONEL FLEMING SIGNS KITTED UNDERWEAR WAGE ORDER
April 16, 1940 R-730: SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER THROUGHOUT U. S. SEASONAL INDUSTRY: WAGE-HOUR FINAL FINDING
April 16, 1940 R-731: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTI0N OF THE SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER (OUTSIDE THE NORTHEASTERN AND LAKE STATES) FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 16, 1940 R-735: NOTICE QF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES BELOW THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
April 16, 1940 R-736: HOSIERY LEARNER HEARING APRIL 30
April 18, 1940 R-737: APPALACIAN APPLE PACKING FOUND SEASONAL
April 18, 1940 R-739: "RETAIL" STATUS UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW CLARIFIED
April 19, 1940 R-738: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION THAT THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" IN THE STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA, IS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 19, 1940 R-740: SECRETARY WALLACE AND COLONEL FLEMING TO DISCUSS WAGE-HOUR LAW
April 22, 1940 R-743: SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE WALLACE ENDORSES WAGE AND HOUR LAW
April 23, 1940 R-747: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 511 - AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEES ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 5 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
April 24, 1940 R-744: SHOE AND KNITTED UNDERWEAR COMMITTEES DISSOLVED
April 24, 1940 R-745: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 47 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
April 26, 1940 R-741: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF TIMBER OPERATIONS INVOLVING LODGEPOLE PINE, ENGLEMANN SPRUCE, AND COMMONLY ASSOCIATED SPECIES OF TIMBER IN THE STATES OF COLORADO, WYOMING, UTAH AND IDAHO 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 AS AMENDED OF THS REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 26, 1940 R-742: SPRUCE AND PINE TIMBER EXEMPTION HEARING
April 26, 1940 R-750: EXTENSION OF SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR NORTHERN BRANCH OF SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PROPOSED IN FIRST SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION
April 26, 1940 R-751: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 1, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3), PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
April 26, 1940 R-752: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 11 FOR THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY
April 27, 1940 R-746: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 48 DELEGATING AUTHORITY TO ALL REGIONAL DIRECTORS, ACTING REGIONAL DIRECTORS AND TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATIVES TO ISSUE ORDERS OF INVESTIGATION AND SUBPOENAS
April 27, 1940 R-753: FINAL AMENDED DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 27, 1940 R-756: HEARING ON PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY MAY 20
April 27, 1940 R-757: SILK THROWSTER LEARNING PERIOD CHANGED TO 12 WEEKS
April 28, 1940 R-749: WAGE-HOUR LITIGATION SHOWS SHARP INCREASE AS 18-MONTH PERIOD CLOSES
April 29, 1940 R-748: EXEMPTION FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS UNDER SECTION 13(a)(2) OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT EXPLAINED
April 29, 1940 R-760: ECONOMIC REPORT PREPARED ON CITRUS FRUIT PACKING INDUSTRY
April 30, 1940 R-754: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE OPEN-CUT MINING OF PLACER GOLD IN THE STATE OF COLORADO FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OP 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 30, 1940 R-755: IN THE MATTER OF THE PARTIAL EXCEPTION OF THE CLEANING AND PREPARING OF GARDEN SEED AND SEED CORN AT COUNTRY CLEANING PLANTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR UBOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 30, 1940 R-758: COLORADO PLACER GOLD MINING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
April 30, 1940 R-759: GARDEN SEED AND SEED CORN SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
April 30, 1940 R-751: H. E. JONES APPOINTED TO RAILROAD COMMITTEE
April 30, 1940 R-762: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 49 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
May 2, 1940 R-764: COOPERATION AND INSPECTION BRANCH ABOLISHED
May 6, 1940 R-733: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMERCIA KNITTING INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective May 6, 1940
May 9, 1940 R-765: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HANDLERS OF LEAF TOBACCO OF TYPE 32 FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF SAID ACT
May 9, 1940 R-766: MARYLAND LEAF TOBACCO SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
May 9, 1940 R-767: RAILRDAD COMMITTES RECOMMENDS 36 CENTS POR CLASS ONE RAILROADS; 33 CENTS FOR SHORTLINES
May 10, 1940 R-763: INADEQUATE OR DISHONEST WAGE-HOUR RECORDS TO BRING PROSECUTION
May 10, 1940 R-771: FLEMING ORDERS PAY INCREASE FOR 200,000 GARMENT WORKERS
May 10, 1940 R-773: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION STATES ENFORCEMENT POLICY CONCERNING MAXIMUM HOURS OF EMPLOYEES OF PRIVATE CARRIERS BY MOTOR VEHICLES
May 11, 1940 R-770: WAGE-HOUR HEARING ON REDEFINITION OF "EXECUTIVE", ETC. IN MANUFACTURING AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES JUNE 3
May 11, 1940 R-774: TOLLES NAMED ECONOMICS CHIEF OF WAGE-HOUR DIVISION
May 11, 1940 R-775: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 541 of REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE DEFINITION OF THE TERMS "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL...OUTSIDE SALESMAN" AS THEY AFFECT EMPLOYEES IN THE MANUFACTURING AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES
May 12, 1940 R-768: TWENTY INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS FOUND TO BE SEASONAL BY WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATION Granted Relaxation of Hour Limitations Because of Effect of Climatic Conditions on Availability of Raw Materials
May 12, 1940 R-769: DEALERS IN AUTOMOBILES AND AUTOMOTIVE PARTS ADVISED ON COVERAGE OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
May 12, 1940 R-772: WAGE-HOUR STUDY OF HOLLYWOOD JOBS ANNOUNCED
May 14, 1940 R-776: FLEMING APPROVES 36 CENT WOOL MINIMUM
May 15, 1940 R-777: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTIR - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. l-A FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective June 17, 1940
May 15, 1940 R-778: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective July 1, 1940
May 15, 1940 R-779: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 10 FOR THE LEATHER INDUSTRY
May 15, 1940 R-780: WAGE-HOUR CONFERENCE OM PR0POSED VOCATIONAL TRAINING REGULATIONS
May 15, 1940 R-781: ADMINISTRATOR APPROVES HAT RECOMMENDATION Wage Order to be Effective July 1
May 15, 1940 R-782: LEATHER HEARING JUNE 3
May 16, 1940 R-783: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 50 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 12 FOR THE CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY
May 16, 1940 R-810: CARPET AND RUG COMMITTEE APPOINTED
May 17, 1940 R-784: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-785: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIUMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-786: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (SINGLE PANTS, OVERALLS, COVERALLS MD WORK SHIRTS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
MAY 17, 1940 R-787: TITLE 29 LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (SPORTSWEAR AND OTHER ODD OUTERWEAR DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-788: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (LEATHER AND SHEEP-LINED GARMENTS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 16, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-789: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENTATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 2 FOR MlNIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (RAINWEAR DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-790: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MTTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (DRESS SHIRTS, COLLARS AND SLEEPING WEAR DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-791: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR OF WOVEN FABRIC DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-792: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (CLOAKS, SUITS AND SEPARATE SKIRTS) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-793: TITLE 29 LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (DRESSES DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-794: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE REC0MMENDATI0NS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (BLOUSES, SHIRTWAISTS, NECKWEAR AND SCARFS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-795: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (CORSETS AND ALLIED GARMENTS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-796: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AKD HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (UNDERWEAR, NIGHTWEAR AHD NEGLIGEES MADE OF WOVEN FABRIC DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-797: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 POR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-798: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (ROBES DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-799: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (WASHABLE SERVICE APPAREL DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-800: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (CAPS AND CLOTH HATS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-801: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (BELTS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-802: TITLE 29 LABOR CHAPTER V WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THB MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (COVERED BUTTONS AND BUCKLES DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-803: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (GARTERS, SUSPENDERS AND ARM BANDS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-804: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (LADIES' HANDBAGS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-805: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND FEATHERS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-806: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (MEN'S NECKWEAR AND SCARFS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-807: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (GLOVES AHD MITTENS OTHER THAN WORK GLOVES AND MITTENS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-808: TITLE 29 LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (WORK GLOVES AND MITTENS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER EffafetivŠ July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-809: TITLE 29 LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 POR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (HANDKERCHIEFS DIVISION) WAGE ORDER Effective July 15, 1940
May 17, 1940 R-811: LUGGAGE AKD LEATHER GOODS COMMITTEE APPOINTED
May 17, 1940 R-813: BATA SHOE COMPANY FINED $8,000
May 17, 1940 R-814: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 51 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 13 FOR THE LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY
May 21, 1940 R-812: DEALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS ADVISED ON COVERAGE OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
May 21, 1940 R-815: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 52 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1-A FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
May 21, 1940 R-816: WOOLEN AND HAT INDUSTRY COMMITTEES DISSOLVED
May 21, 1940 R-819: INJUNCTION SIGNED AGAINST l80 ATLANTA PROLUCE DEALERS
May 23, 1940 R-817: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMINATION THAT THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" IN THE STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, AND WEST VIRGINIA, IS AN INDUSTRY OP A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LBOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 23, 1940 R-818: REVIEW OF SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR APPALACHIAN APPLE PACKING GRANTED
May 24, 1940 R-821: APPAREL QUESTION'S ANSWERED BY WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
May 25, 1940 R-824: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECQMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 11 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY
May 25, 1940 R-825: HEAR ARGUMENT ON PULP AND PRIilARY PAPER RECOMMENDATION JUNE 12
May 27, 1940 R-827: SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION POSITION ON COMMON AND CONTRACT TRUCKING
May 28, 1940 R-820: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 54 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
May 28, 1940 R-822: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE DISSOLVED
May 28, 1940 R-823: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 53 APPOINTING MERLE D. VINCENT, GUSTAV PECK, HAROLD STEIN, PAULINE C. GILBERT AND ALEX NORDHOLM AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR, AND TO CANCEL SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF APPRENTICES, HANDICAPPED WORKERS AND LEARNERS
May 30, 1940 R-828: MARYLAND LEAF TOBACCO SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
May 30, 1940 R-829: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HANDLERS OF LEAF TOBACCO OF TYPE 32 FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTI0N FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7 (b))(3) OF SAID ACT
May 31, 1940 R-826: ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD TO PAY MORE THAN $260,000 RESTITUTION
June 3, 1940 R-830: APPLICATIONS FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTIONS FROM CANNERS AND PACKERS WILL BE CONSIDERED
June 3, 1940 R-834: TWO FIRMS LOSE LEARNER'S CERTIFICATES
June 4, 1940 R-831: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 1, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3), PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
June 4, 1940 R-832: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR NORTHERB BRAHCH OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL IHDUSTRY EXTENDED AND MADE FINAL
June 4, 1940 R-833: RECORD KEEPING REGULATIONS EASED BY WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
June 4, 1940 R-835: 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
June 10, 1940 R-837: EMPLOYEES MUST BE PAID FOR SHORT REST PERIODS
June 10, 1940 R-839: WAGE-HOUR DRIVE FOR COMPLIANCE IN LUMBER INDUSTRY BEGUN
June 11, 1940 R-836: SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF NORTHERN BRANCH OF CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PROPOSED
June 11, 1940 R-838: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION THAT THE NORTHERN BRANCH OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY IS, AND THE SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THAT INDUSTRY IS NOT, AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7 (b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 11, 1940 R-840: NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S DETERMINATION GRANTING APPLICATION OF SALANT AND SALANT, INC., FOR A SPECIAL CERTIFICATE TO PERMIT THE EMPLOYMENT OF 108 ADDITI0NAL LEARNERS AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE MINIMUM PROVIDED UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LAOQR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 FOR PLANT EXPANSION AT LAWRENCEBURG, TENNESSEE
June 11, 1940 R-842: LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS COMITTEE TO MEET JUNE 24
June 11, 1940 R-843: CARPET AND RUG COMMITTEE TO MEET JULY 9
June 11, 1940 R-846: AMINISTRATOR REVERSES DENIAL OF LEARNERS TO SALANT AND SALANT
June 11, 1940 R-847: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION SEEKS TO ENJOIN SOUTHERN DAIRIES, WASHINGTON, D. C, FROM ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF LAW
June 12, 1940 R-845: IN THE MATTER OF THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES BELOW THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
June 12, 1940 R-848: TEXTILE LEARNERS HEARING JUNE 21
June 14, 1940 R-849: HEARING JULY 1 ON SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF PACKING AND CANNING OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
June 14, 1940 R-850: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR IHE EXEMPTI0N OF THE HANDLING, PACKING, STORING, PREPARING IN THEIR RAW OR NATURAL STATE OR CANNING OF PERISHABLE OR SEASONAL FRESH FRUITS OR VEGETABLES FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE PUHSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 14, 1940 R-852: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO, 7 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective July 1, 1940
June 14, 1940 R-853: MC KETTRICK-WILLIAMS, INC. LEARNER CERTIFICATES CANCELLED
June 15, 1940 R-854: REVIEW OF TELEPHONE OPERATOR LEARNER ORDER GRANTED
June 15, 1940 R-856: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE INDEPENDENT BRANCH OF THE TELEPHONE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
June 16, 1940 R-861: WAGE AND HOUR INSPECTIONS OF LUMBER INDUSTRY SHOW HIGH PERCENTAGE NOT IN COMPLIANCE
June 17, 1940 R-857: BAIRD SNYDER NAMED DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
June 18, 1940 R-841: 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
June 18, 1940 R-844: AVERAGING OF HOURS UNDER COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS CLARIFIED
June 18, 1940 R-855: WILLIAM N. LOUCKS APPOINTED TO CARPET AND RUG COMMITTEE
June 18, 1940 R-858: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 55 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. 12 FOR THE CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY
June 18, 1940 R-859: "SEASONAL" REGULATIONS REVISED
June 18, 1940 R-860: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 526 - AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
June 18, 1940 R-865: COURT REVIEW FOR WOOL WAGE ORDER
June 19, 1940 R-851: FOREST FIRE FIGHTERS EXEMPT FROM WAGE-HOUR LAW
June 19, 1940 R-864: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 OF THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" IN THE STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA 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 19, 1940 R-868: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR APPLE STORAGE AND PACKING AND FOR CANNING FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WILL BE CONSIDERED AT WAGE HOUR HEARING JULY 1
June 19, 1940 R-869: FIRST WAGE-HOUR RESTITUTION PAID IN PUERTO RICO
June 20, 1940 R-870: LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
June 20, 1940 R-866: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 21, 1940 R-867: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 541 OF REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE DEFINITION OF THE TERMS "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL...OUTSIDE SALESMAN" AS THEY AFFECT EMPLOYEES IN BANKING, BROKERAGE, INSURANCE, FINANCIAL AND RELATED INSTITUTIONS
June 21, 1940 R-871: TWO HEARINGS ON "EXECUTIVE" SCHEDULED
June 21, 1940 R-872: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 541 OF REGULATIONS WITH'RESPECT TO THE DEFINITION OF THE TERMS "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL...OUTSIDE SALESMAN" AS THEY AFFECT EMPLOYEES IN THE PUBLICATION, COMMUNICATION, PUBLIC UTILITY, TRANSPORTATION, AND MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES
June 21, 1940 R-873: REVISED NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE HANDLING, PACKING, STORING, PREPARING IN THEIR RAW OR NATURAL STATE OR CANNING OF PERISHABLE OR SEASONAL FRESH FRUITS OR VEGETABLES 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 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 21, 1940 R-874: "FIRST PROCESSING" OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TO BE INCLUDED IN JULY 1 WAGE-HOUR HEARING ON SEASONALITY
June 21, 1940 R-875: APPAREL LEARNER HEARING JUNE 27
June 21, 1940 R-876: NOTICE OF HEARING FOR RECONSIDERATION OF THE OPINION, FINDINGS AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PROPOSED REGULATIONS
June 25, 1940 R-862: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OF THE OREGON FEED DEALERS ASSOCIATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING AND PREPARING OF SPECIFIED GRASS, CLOVER AND OTHER FORAGE SEED CROPS IN CLEANING PLANTS ENGAGED PRIMARILY IN SUCH CLEANING AND PREPARING FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS A BRANCH OF AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7 (b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 25, 1940 R-863: SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED FOR GRASS AND FORAGE SEEDS
June 26, 1940 R-878: INADEQUATE RECORDS OF VIRGINIA LUMBER MAN LEADS TO WAGE-HOUR INJUNCTION
June 27, 1940 R-877: EFFECT OF PUERTO RICO AMENDMENT TO WAGE-HOUR LAW EXPLAINED BY FLEMING
June 27, 1940 R-879: HOLLAND TAKES OVER WAGE HOUR ECONOMICS POST AS TOLLES GOES TO DEFENSE COMMISSION
June 27, 1940 R-880: LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 35-CENT MINIMUM WAGE
June 28, 1940 R-881: NO "BOTTLENCK" IN WAGE-HOUR DIVISION, FLEMING EXPLAINS
June 29, 1940 R-882: CIRCUIT COURT UPHOLDS WAGE-HOUR DIVISION INTERPRETATIONS
July 2, 1940 R-883: MINNESOTA LABOR DEPARTMENT TO MAKE INSPECTIONS FOR WAGE AMD HOUR DIVISION
July 2, 1940 R-884: CONNECTICUT LABOR DEPARTMENT TO ENFORCE FEDERAL WAGE-HOUR LAW
July 2, 1940 R-886: CONNECTICUT AND MINNESOTA LABOR DEPARTMENTS TO MAKE INSPECTIONS FOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
July 8, 1940 R-885: BULLETIN ON TRUCKING EMPLOYEES REVISED
July 10, 1940 R-889: IN THE MATTER OF DETERMINATION THAT THE NORTHERN BRANCH OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY IS, AND THE SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THAT INDUSTRY IS NOT, AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 10, 1940 R-890: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR NORTHERN BRANCH OF CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY MADE FINAL
July 10, 1940 R-894: $10,000 FINE, $35,OOO RESTITUTION IN FIRST CRIMINAL CASE IN WAGE-HOUR LUMBER DRIVE
July 11, 1940 R-895: CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE FOR MAJOR PART OF INDUSTRY
July 12, 1940 R-898: $6,000 RESTITUTION WON BY PUERTO RICO SUGAR MILL EMPLOYEES
July 12, 1940 R-899: SMOOT DREDGE EMPLOYEES HELD SEAMEN BY FLEMING
July 12, 1940 R-900: COL. FLEMING'S LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT ON THE CEILING FOR HOURS AND THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY
July 13, 1940 R-896: RICE STORING SCHEDUIED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
July 13, 1940 R-897: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION Of THE COMMITTEE OF THE LOUISIANA RICE INDUSTRY FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE MOVEMENT TO STORAGE AND THE RECEIVING INTO STORAGE OF ROUGH SOUTHERN RICE FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 13, 1940 R-901: GEORGIA FIRM HELD IN CONTEMPT FOR IGNORING WAGE-HOUR INJUNCTION
July 14, 1940 R-887: SUPPLEMENT TO INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 4 MAXIMUM HOURS AND OVERTIME COMPENSATION
July 14, 1940 R-888: WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR DISCUSSES "CONSTANT WAGE" PLAN
July 15, 1940 R-903: HOSIERY MANUFACTURER PAYS $11,052 IN RESTITUTION
July 16, 1940 R-904: CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS COMITTEE APPOINTED
July 16, 1940 R-891: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 56 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
July 17, 1940 R-902: J. R. DILLE TO MAKE WAGE-HOUR SURVEY IN ALASKA
July 19, 1940 R-905: NOTICE OF DETERMIATION AND ORDER ON REVIEW OF THAT SIGNED JANUARY 2, 1940, DENYING THE APPLICATIONS FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLlCABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
July 19, 1940 R-906: IN THE MATTER OF PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 19, 1940 R-908: LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
July 19, 1940 R-910: FLEMING UPHOLDS DECISION ON CIGAR LEARNERS
July 22, 1940 R-893: Overtime Provisions of Union Agreements and Wage-Hour Act Explained in Supplement to Official Bulletin
July 22, 1940 R-907: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 57 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMTTTEE NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
July 22, 1940 R-911: PUERTO RICO LINENS AND APPAREL TIED UP AS "HOT GOODS"
July 22, 1940 R-914: EMBROIDERY MINIMUM WAGE C0MMITTEE APPOINTED
July 23, 1940 R-909: GRASS AND FORAGE SEEDS PREPARING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
July 23, 1940 R-912: IN THE MATTER OF PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE CLEANING AND PREPARING OF SPECIFIED GRASS, CLOVER AND OTHER FORAGE SEED CROPS IN CLEANING PLANTS ENGAGED PRIMARILY IN SUCH CLEANING AND PREPARING FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS 0F THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS A BRANCH OF AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7 (b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGUIATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 24, 1940 R-915: FLEMING ELIMINATES DISTANCE, POPULATION PROVISIONS FROM FRUITS, VEGETABLES "AREA OF PRODUCTION" DEFINITION, RAISES EMPLOYEE LIMIT TO TEN; CONSIDERS PARTIAL EXEMPTION AS TO SEASONALITY
July 24, 1940 R-916: TITLE 29 — LABOR - CHAPTER 7 — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - PART 526 -REGULATIONS DEFINING THE TERM "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 7(c) AND IN SECTION 13(a)(l0) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
July 24, 1940 R-919: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION COMPLETES FIRST MONTH IN NATIONWIDE LUMBER DRIVE BACK PAY RESTITUTION WELL PAST QUARTER-MILLION MARK
July 25, 1940 R-929: FINAL HEARING TO REDEFINE EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES, OUTSIDE SALESMAN, TO START THURSDAY, JULY 25
July 26, 1940 R-913: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 11 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective September 16, 1940
July 26, 1940 R-917: 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE ORDERED FOR PAPFR INDUSTRY
July 26, 1940 R-920: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN GRAIN WAREHOUSES PROPOSED
July 26, 1940 R-921: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL GRAIN TRADE COUNCIL, THE MILLERS' NATIONAL FEDERATION, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING OF GRAIN, SOYBEANS, FLAX, AND BUCKWHEAT INTO GRAIN ELEVATORS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS A BRANCH OF AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 27, 1940 R-910(a): FLEMING CLARIFIES DENIAL OF PERMIT FOR LEARNERS IN CIGAR INDUSTRY
July 27, 1940 R-922: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR PERU, INDIANA SAND AND GRAVEL FIRM IS INDICATED
July 27, 1940 R-923: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 2, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT, PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
July 27, 1940 R-928: TWO MINING DETERMINATIONS ANNOUNCED
July 27, 1940 R-930: NOTICE OF HEARING RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE RATE APPLICABLE UNDER THE ADMINISTRATOR'S WAGE ORDER FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
July 27, 1940 R-933: WOOL LEARNER HEARING AUGUST 9
July 29, 1940 R-934: DISTRICT WAGE BOARD TO MAKE WAGE-HOUR INVESTIGATIONS
July 30, 1940 R-924: RAW FUR SEASONAL EXMPTION HEARING
July 30, 1940 R-925: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE RAW FUR AND WOOL ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 2, 1940 R-926: REGULATIONS ON VOCATIONAL STUDENT EMPLOYMENT DISCUSSED BY WAGE-HOUR HEAD
August 2, 1940 R-927: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 520 — Regulations Applicable to the Part-Time Employment of Student-Learners in Vocational Training Programs
August 2, 1940 R-932: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF TIMBER OPERATIONS INVOLVING LODGEPOLE PINE, ENGELMANN SPRUCE, AND C0MMONLY ASSOCIATED SPECIES OF TIMBER IN THE STATES OF COLORADO, WYOMING, UTAH, AND IDAHO 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 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 2, 1940 R-936: SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF SPRUCE AND PINE TIMBER OPERATIONS PROPOSED
August 2, 1940 R-937: TWO OR MORE MINIMA POSSIBLE IN SAME WORKWEEK UNDER AMENDED REGULATIONS
August 2, 1940 R-938: 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
August 3, 1940 R-942: COLONEL FLEMING APPOINTS COMMITTEE TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGES FOR PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES
August 6, 1940 R-931: NOTICE OF FINAL DETERMINATION DENYING CERTAIN APPLICATIONS FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF DIMENSI0N STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 525 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 6, 1940 R-935: FLEMING UPHOLDS DECISION ON GRINDSTONE QUARRYING
August 6, 1940 R-939: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 58 APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO
August 6, 1940 R-940: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR RICE STORAGE MADE FINAL
August 6, 1940 R-941: IN THE MATTER OF THE PAiRTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE MOVEMENT INTO STORAGE AND THE RECEIVING INTO STORAGE OF ROUGH SOUTHERN RICE FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 6, 1940 R-944: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 59 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
August 9, 1940 R-945: SUPPLIMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 1, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 9, 1940 R-946: SANDUSKY (OH) FIRM TENTATIVELY GRANTED SEASONAL EXEMPTION
August 10, 1940 R-951: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION OF THE RAW FUR AND WOOL ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR PARTI EXEMPTION OF THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATI0NS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 10, 1940 R-952: RAW FUR SEASONAL HEARING POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 5
August 13, 1940 R-954: BACKGROUND OF OPP COTTON MILLS, INC., VS. ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
August 14, 1940 R-947: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 13 FOR THB LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY
August 14, 1940 R-949: TITLE 29 LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATI0N OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 10 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE LEATHER INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective September 16, 1940
August 14, 1940 R-950: LEATHER INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER SETS 40˘ AN HOUR MINIMUM
August 14, 1940 R-953: HEARING ON LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS WAGE RECOMMENDATION SEPTEMBER 5
August 16, 1940 R-943: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
August 16, 1940 R-948: LEARNER REGULATION AS REVISED BY WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR
August 16, 1940 R-967: ARTHUR J. WHITE APPOINTED HEAD OF NEW YORK, CONNECTCUT AND NEW JERSEY WAGE-HOUR REGION
August 19, 1940 R-959: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION BREAKS NEW CASE RECORD IN JULY
August 19, 1940 R-960: LABOR OBJECTIONS STAY EFFECTIVE DATE OF FRUIT-VEGETABLE SEASONAL EXEMPTION
August 20, 1940 R-966: GRAIN ELEVATOR EXEMPTION STAYED PENDING HEARING
August 23, 1940 R-956: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 3, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 23, 1940 R-957: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 2, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERIMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1339
August 23, 1940 R-958: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO, 4, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STAIDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 23, 1940 R-961: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 61. DESIGNATING THE REGIONAL DIRECTORS AND THE ACTING REGIONAL DIRECTORS OF REGIONS 2, 3, 5, 7, 13, 14, AND 15 AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUCH SPECIAL CERTIFICATE
August 23, 1940 R-969: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES PUBLIC HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RSCOMMENDATIONS FOR RAILROADS
August 23, 1940 R-970: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 9 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
August 23, 1940 R-971: FIVE ADDITIONAL REQUESTS FOR DETERMINATIONS IN CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY HAVE BEEN FILED WITH WAGE-HOUR DIVISION
August 23, 1940 R-972: FURTHER ADMINISTRATIVE DECEBTRALIZATION FACILITATES WAGE-HOUR ACTIVITY
August 24, 1940 R-974: IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION THAT THE HANDLING, PACKING, STORING, PREPARING IN THEIR RAW OR NATURAL STATE, FIRST PROCESSING OR CANNING OF PERISHABLE OR SEASONAL FRESH FRUITS OR VEGETABLES ARE INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 24, 1940 R-975: FRUIT-VEGETABLE SEASONAL EXEMPTIONS ORDERED LABOR OBJECTIONS DENIED
August 25, 1940 R-968: WAGE AND HOUR COMPLIANCE DRIVE BEGINS IN FIVE INDUSTRIES
August 27, 1940 R-962: 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 27, 1940 R-963: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 6, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 27, 1940 R-964: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATI0N NO. 5, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 27, 1940 R-965: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 3, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT, PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 27, 1940 R-984: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 62 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
August 27, 1490 R-986: DESIGNATING ELAINE WRIGHT AS SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY EXTENSION OF CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICIPPED WORKERS IN THE STATE OF PENNSYLVNIA
August 27, 1940 R-992: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR EMPLOYEES IN PUERTO RICO ENGAGED IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES
August 29, 1940 R-985: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION REGULATIONS - PART 522.000 APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE CUSTOM-MADE BRANCH OF THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
August 29, 1940 R-988: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION REGULATIONS PART 522, SECTIONS 522,011 TO 522.017 INCLUSIVE, APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE POPULAR PRICED BRANCH OF THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
August 29, 1940 R-989: MILLINERY LEARNER REGULATIONS ISSUED
August 30, 1940 R-987: COLONEL FLEMING REPORTS ON SECOND MONTH OF WAGE—HOUR LUMBER DRIVE
August 30, 1940 R-990: WAGE-HOUR COMMITTEE SCHEDULES HEARINGS FOR PUERTO RICAN NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRY
August 31, 1940 R-976: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE HANDLING, PACKING, SHELLING OR OTHER PROCESSING, OR STORIUG OF PECANS, FILBERTS, OTHER TREE NUTS, AND PEANUTS 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 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 31, 1940 R-977: HEARING SEPTEMBER 16 ON SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF PACKING AND SHELLING NUTS
August 31, 1940 R-978: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 2, IN IHE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MACIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT, PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
August 31, 1940 R-979: SAND AND GRAVEL SEASONAL EXEMPTION GRANTED J. C. O'CONNOR and SONS, INC., MIAMI COUNTY, INDIANA
August 31, 1940 R-980: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION 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 AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 31, 1940 R-981: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED NEW ENGLAND CONCRETE PIPE MANUFACTURERS; PETITIONS FOR REVIEW MAY BE FILED
August 31, 1940 R-982: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE STORING OF RAW COTTON IN BALES 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 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 31, 1940 R-983: COTTON STORAGE SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
August 31, 1940 R-997: THREE INJUNCTION SUITS FILED AGAINST PULP AND PAPER FIRMS BY WAGE-HOUR DIVISION
September 2, 1940 R-998: $2,616,617 IN RESTITUTION COLLECTED BY WAGE-HOUR DIVISION; COMPLAINT INSPECTIONS INCREASING
September 3, 1940 R-955: INTERPETATIVE BULLETIN NO, 3 - GENERAL STATEMENT AS TO THE METHOD OF PAYMENT UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND TNE APPLICATION OF SECTION 3(M) THERETO - Originally issued November 1938 Revised August 1940
September 3, 1940 R-973: WAGE-HOUR CHIEF RELEASES BULLETIN DISCUSSING WAGE PAYMENTS
September 4, 1940 R-993: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.020 to 522.031 REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
September 4, 1940 R-996: REGULATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
September 4, 1940 R-1005: REHEARING ASKED IN CLEVELAND RED CAP WAGE-HOUR SUIT
September 5, 1940 R-1004: HOSIERY LEARNER CERTIFICATES EXTENDED SIXTY DAYS
September 5, 1940 R-1006: NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRY TO BENEFIT FROM PUERTO RICO MASS COMPLIANCE
September 5, 1940 R-1007: EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 37˘-CENT MINIMUM WAGE RATE
September 6, 1940 R-999: LEARNERS IN GLOVE BRANCH APPAREL INDUSTRY
September 6, 1940 R-1001: REVISED REGULATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN APPAREL INDUSTRY
September 6, 1940 R-1016: $20,000 RESTITUTION WON BY MIDWESTERN WHOLESALE GROCERY AND FRUIT COMPANY WORKERS
September 7, 1940 R-991: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 7, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THF EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 7, 1940 R-994: NOTICE OF FINAL DETERMINATION RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED FABRIC DIVISION OF THE GLOVE BRANCH OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
September 7, 1940 R-995: SEPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 1, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THB QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 7, 1940 R-1000: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.040 to 522.052 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
September 7, 1940 R-1008: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FILES FOUR REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL SEASONAL DETERMINATIONS IN CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY
September 7, 1940 R-1010: REVISED NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR EMPLOYEES IN PUERTO RICO ENGAGED IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES
September 7, 1940 R-1011: PUERTO RICO INDUSTRY HEARING DATE MOVED UP
September 9, 1940 R-1009: FIRST SUPPIEMENTARY CRUSHED STONE SEASONAL DETERMINATION BECOMES FINAL
September 9, 1940 R-1012: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 2, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE LETTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE IS, 1939
September 9, 1940 R-1025: REGULATIONS GOVERNING DEDUCTIONS FROM WAGES REVISED
September 10, 1940 R-1014: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
September 10, 1940 R-1015: CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS HEARING FOR MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OPENS OCT. 10
September 10, 1940 R-1017: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 3, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 10, 1940 R-1018: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 4, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 525, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 10, 1940 R-1019: THREE ADDITIONAL CRUSHED STONE FIRMS ARE INCLUDED IN "SEASONAL" EXEMPTION PERMITTED NORTHERN BRANCH
September 10, 1940 R-1022: BACKGROUND OF MONTGOMERY WARD CASE
September 11, 1940 R-1020: FRANK M. MAYFIELD NAMED TO SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTLE FOR PUERTO RICO
September 11, 1940 R-1021: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY ISSUED UNDER REGULATIONS — PART 522
September 11, 1940 R-1023: ADMISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 63 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTE FOR PUERTO RICO
September 12, 1940 R-1002: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 8, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIQN FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGPAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 12, 1940 R-1003: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 9, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 12, 1940 R-1013: SUPPLEMENTARY DETEMINATION NO, 10, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM H0URS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 12, 1940 R-1024: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 531 REGULATIONS DETERMINING THE REASONABLE COST OF BOARD, LODGING, AND OTHER FACILITIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 3(m) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
September 12, 1940 R-1026: "AREA OF PRODUCTION" DEFINITION CHANGE POSTPONED FOR PACKING OF APPLES AND PEARS
September 12, 1940 R-1028: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF AMENDMENT TO REGULATIONS, PART 536, DEFINING THE TERM "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 7(c) AND IN SECTION 13(a)(1O) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
September 13, 1940 R-1027: VIRGINIA—WEST VIRGINIA—MARYLAND FIRST THREE STATES TO COMPLETE WAGE-HOUR LUMBER DRIVE
September 13, 1940 R-1031: SPORTSWEAR JACKETS IN 40-CENT WAGE GROUP
September 14, 1940 R-1029: TWO MORE CRUSHED STONE FIRMS INCLUDED IN "SEASONAL" EXEMPTION PRIVILEGES
September 14, 1940 R-1033: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 12 FOR THE CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY
September 14, 1940 R-1034: HEARING ON CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OCTOBER 2; TERM "BATH MATS" INTERPRETED
September 14, 1940 R-1035: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
September 14, 1940 R-1036: HEARING ON EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY WAGE RECOMMENDATION SEPTEMBER 30
September 14, 1940 R-1058: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 5, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSBED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING Held JUNE 19, 1939
September 14, 1940 R-1059: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 6, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE CARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 16, 1940 R-1032" RADIO PERFORMERS COVERED BY WAGE-HOUR LAW, COLONEL FLEMING HOLDS
September 16, 1940 R-1037: WAGE-HOUR COMPLIANCE DRIVE IN LEATHER GOODS AND LUGGAGE INDUSTRY BRINGS BACK PAY OF $5,078 TO 162 EMPLOYESS
September 17, 1940 R-1038: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 521 REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF APPRENTICES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
September 19, 1940 R-1048: COLONEL FLEMING HEADS WAGE-HOUR GROUP SAILING TO STUDY PUERTO RICAN WAGE PROBLEM
September 20, 1940 R-1040: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER MERLE D. VINCENT IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE WORK GLOVE INSTITUTE, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LEATHER GLOVE MANUFACTURERS, INC., THE UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, ET AL., TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE GLOVE BRANCH OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY 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 REGULATIONS, PART 522
September 20, 1940 R-1041: GLOVE LEARNER REGULATIONS EXTENDED
September 20, 1940 R-1056: $60,000 RESTITUTION FOR 300 LACE MAKERS
September 22, 1940 R-1049: NEW PROCEDURE EXPEDITES WAGE-HOUR COMPLIANCE
September 24, 1940 R-1039: NEW WAGE-HOUR APPRENTICE REGULATIONS ISSUED
September 24, 1940 R-1042: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 7, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 24, 1940 R-1046: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE OPEN-CUT OR SURFACE MINING OF PLACER TIN IN THE TERRITORY OF ALASKA FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
September 24, 1940 R-1047: SEASONAL HOURS EXEMPTION FOR PIACER TIN MINING IN ALASKA MADE FINAL
September 24, 1940 R-1050: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE STORING OF RAW COTTON IN BALES 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 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
September 24, 1940 R-1051: COTTON STORAGE SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
September 24, 1940 R-1052: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO, 3, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE WAGE HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT, PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GPAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 24, 1940 R-1053: SAND AND GRAVEL SEASONAL EXEMPTION GRANTED KLAMATH CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
September 24, 1940 R-1057: 36 CENT MINIMUM FOR RAILROADS OPPOSED AT HEARING
September 25, 1940 R-1061: TWENTY-SEVEN N.C. LUMBER FIRMS RESTRAINED FROM VIOLATING WAGE AND HOUR LAW
September 26, 1940 R-1062: CITRUS ASSOCIATIONS AND DIVISION AGREE ON ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
September 27, 1940 R-1054: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.081 TO 522.090 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE INDUSTRY
September 27, 1940 R-1055: INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE LEARNER REGULATIONS REAFFIRMED
September 28, 1940 R-1030: LAST OF CRUSHED STONE "SEASONAL" EXEMPTIONS FILED WITH WAGE-HOUR BECOME FINAL
September 28, 1940 R-1043: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 8, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 28, 1940 R-1044: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 9, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AKD PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 28, 1940 R-1045: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATON NO. 10, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE QUARRYING CF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
September 28, 1940 R-1069: NEW "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REGULATIONS POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER 1 FOR CANNING OF CERTAIN COMMODITIES
October 1, 1940 R-1063: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 64 DESIGNATING REGIONAL DIRECTORS AND THE ACTING REGIONAL DIRECTORS OF REGIONS 1, 8, 9, AND 10 AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUCH SPECIAL CERTIFICATE
October 1, 1940 R-1067: IN THE MATTER OF THE AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS, PART 516, (REGULATIONS ON RECORDS) ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
October 1, 1940 R-1068: REVISION OF WAGE-HOUR RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED OCTOBER 17
October 1, 1940 R-1070: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF AMENDMENT TO REGULATIONS, PART 536, DEFINING THE TERM "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 7(c) AND IN SECTION 13(a)(10) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
October 2, 1940 R-1071: NOTICE OF HEARING TO DEIERMINE THE REASONABLE COST TO THe ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM AND COAST RAILROAD OF THE BOARD, LODGING, OR OTHER FACILITIES, CUSTOMARILY FURNISHED TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THE ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM AND COAST RAILROAD
October 2, 1940 R-1072: REGULATIONS ON "BOARD, LODGING AND OTHER FACILITIES" AMENDED
October 2, 1940 R-1073: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 531 ~ REGULATIONS DETERMINING THE REASONABLE COST OF BOARD, LODGING, AND OTHER FACILITIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 3(m) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
October 3, 1940 R-1075: PUERTO RICAN COMMIITTEE RECOMMENDS NEEDLE WORK RATES
October 4, 1940 R-1065: IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATI0N THAT TIMBER OPERATIONS INVOLVING LODGEPOLE PINE, ENGELMANN SPRUCE, AND COMMONLY ASSOCIATED SPECIES OF TIMBER IN THE STATES OF COLORADO, WYOMING AND UTAH COMPRISE AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 4, 1940 R-1066: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR DETERMINES THAT OPERATIONS IN LODGEPOLE PINE AID ENGELMANN SPRUCE IN COLORADO, WYOMING AND UTAH ARE SEASONAL IN NATURE
October 4, 1940 R-1074: HEARING TO DETERMINE ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM AND COAST RAILROAD BASIS OF WAGE DEDUCTIONS UNDER FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
October 4, 1940 R-1078: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION OBTAINS INJUNCTION AGAINST 116 LUMBER FIRMS
October 7, 1940 R-1060: 40-HOUR WORKWEEK DOES NOT BEGIN UNTIL OCTOBER 23
October 7, 1940 R-1076: INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PROGRAMS UNDER THE WAGE HOUR LAW
October 9, 1940 R-1077: SAND AND GRAVEL DREDGE WORKERS USUALLY UNDER WAGE AND HOUR LAW
October 10, 1940 R-1064: FOUR MORE WAGE AND HOUR OFFICES AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE HANDICAPPED CERTIFICATES
October 10, 1940 R-1080: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.060 to 522.071 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY
October 10, 1940 R-1081: NEW REGULATIONS EXPECTED TO BROADEN EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY
October 10, 1940 R-1086: NOTICE OF CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 13 FOR THE LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY
October 11, 1940 R-1079: HOURS EXEMPTION EXTENDED TO "DIRECT-CONSUMPTION SUGAR"
October 12, 1940 R-1091: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMEDATION'S OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO
October 12, 1940 R-1092: PUERTO RICO NEEDLEWORK HEARING OCTOBER 28 IN WASHINGTON
October 13, 1940 R-1093: "EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE" RELATIONSHIP OF RADIO PERFORMERS AND STATIONS FURTHER CLARIFIED
October 14, 1940 R-1089: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 541 - SECTIONS 541.1 to 541.6 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
October 14, 1940 R-1090: "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL . . . OUTSIDE SALESMAN" RE-DEFINED
October 15, 1940 R-1088: NOTICE OF CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSI0N OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RSC0MMENDATI0N OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 12 FOR THE CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY
October 15, 1940 R-1094: ALL $200-A-M0NTH WORKERS NOT EXEMPT
October 15, 1940 R-1095: CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY RECOMMENDS 40, 38, 36-CENT RATES
October 15, 1940 R-1096: NOTICE OF CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO, 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
October 17, 1940 R-1084: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL, GLOVE, TEXTILE AND KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRIES ISSUED UNDER REGULATIONS PART 522
October 17, 1940 R-1085: ADMINISTRATOR EXTENDS LEARNER CERTIFICATES IN APPAREL, GLOVE, TEXTILE, AND KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRIES
October 18, 1940 R-1097: FILE MOTION TO SPEED HEARING IN RED CAP CASE
October 21, 1940 R-1087: 6,469 ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD EMPLOYEES SHARE IN $260,000 RESTITUTION PAYMENT
October 22, 1940 R-1100: EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
October 22, 1940 R-1101: DIVISION ACTS TO ASSIST RED CAPS SUSTAIN $77,253.98 JUDGMENT FOR BACKWAGES
October 22, 1940 R-1102: COURT ORDER TIES UP TONS OF PEANUTS
October 23, 1940 R-1103: WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR GIVES FIGURES ON 40-HOUR WEEK
October 23, 1940 R-1109: COLONEL FLEMING TO ADDRESS NATION ON "OVERTIME BEGINS AT 40"
October 24, 1940 R-1082: ADMNISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 65 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 16 FOR THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
October 24, 1940 R-1083: COMMITTEE NAMED FOR PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
October 24, 1940 R-1104: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION SECTIONS 522.100 to 522.115 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE ARTIFICIAL FLOWER AND FEATHER INDUSTRY
October 24, 1940 R-1105: LEARNER REGULATIONS ISSUED FOR ARTIFICIAL FLOWER INDUSTRY
October 24, 1940 R-1110: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 66 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 17 FOR THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
October 24, 1940 R-1111: ADMINISTRATOR APPOINTS COMMITTEE TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGE FOR JEWELRY INDUSTRY
October 25, 1940 R-1098: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 4, IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3), PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETTERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
October 25, 1940 R-1099: EXTEND SAND AND GRAVEL SEASONAL EXEMPTION TO MIAMI COUNTY, INDIANA
October 25, 1940 R-1108: DRIVE FOR COMPLIANCE IN PECAN SHELLING INDUSTRY
October 25, 1940 R-1112: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 67 AUTHORIZATION OF JAMES F. KING TO ACT IN ABSENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR AND THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR
October 27, 1940 R-1113: FLEMING DENIES BANKERS' PLEA FOR CHANGE IN EXEMPTION
October 28, 1940 R-1114: C. I. 0. UNION QUESTIONS ON "EXECUTIVE," ETC., ANSWERED
October 28, 1940 R-1115: A. F. OF L. UNION QUESTIONS ON "EXECUTIVE," ETC., ANSWERED
October 28, 1940 R-1116: NOTE TO EDITOR
October 29, 1940 R-1120: NOTICE OF CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO
October 30, 1940 R-1106: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.120 TO 522.138 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
October 30, 1940 R-1107: ADMINISTRATOR ISSUES REGULATIONS FOR LEARNERS IN WOOLEN INDUSTRY
October 30, 1940 R-1119: ALL BRANCH OFFICES OF FIRMS IN VIOLATION TO BE INVESTIGATED
October 30, 1940 R-1121: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMNISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
October 30, 1940 R-1122: ORAL ARGUMENT ON RAILROAD WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS NOVEMBER 25
October 29, 1940 R-1123: WHOLESALING BY MANUFACTURERS SOMETIMES EXEMPT FROM APPAREL WAGE ORDER
October 28, 1940 R-1124: COLONEL FLEMING SEES RIGHT OF ROUTINE INSPECTION UPHELD
October 29, 1940 R-1125: FINAL ORAL ARGUMENT ON PUERO RICAN WAGE RATE NOVEMBER 7, 1940
October 30, 1940 R-1126: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
October 31, 1940 R-1130: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION FILES APPEAL BRIEF SUPPORTING RED CAPS
October 31, 1940 R-1134: FALSIFICATION OF RECORDS CHARGED TO GEORGIA TEXTILE MILL
November 1, 1940 R-1131: PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE COMMITTEE TO MEET NOVEMBER 12
November 1, 1940 R-1133: INFORMAL HEARINGS ON METAL MINING COMING
November 4, 1940 R-1129: OVERTIME EVASIONS ILLEGAL
November 5, 1940 R-1117: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE EXCAVATION OF PEAT MATERIALS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THIS ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 5, 1940 R-1118: NORTHERN BRANCH OF PEAT INDUSTRY SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 7, 1940 R-1127: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER no. 68 DESIGNATING THE REGIONAL DIRECTORS AND THE ACTING REGIONAL DIRECTORS OF REGIONS 11 AND 12 AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUCH SPECIAL CERTIFICATE
November 7, 1940 R-1128: CHICAGO AND MINNEAPOLIS WAGE-HOUR REGIONAL OFFICES AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE HANDICAPPED CERTIFICATES
November 7, 1940 R-1141: ANOTHER $10,000 RESTITUTION PAYMENT MADE TO ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD EMPLOYEES
November 7, 1940 R-1143: PHILADELPHIA SILK COMPANY INDICTED IN GEORGIA
November 8, 1940 R-1132: JEWELRY COMIITTEE TO MEET NOVEMBER 25
November 8, 1940 R-1137: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 69 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 16 FOR THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
November 8, 1940 R-1142: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 70 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 16 FOR THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
November 9, 1940 R-1144: $10,000 RESTITUTION ORDERED PAID TO 75 LUMBER COMPANY WORKERS "INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR" DEVICE RULED OUT
November 13, 1940 R-1146: RIGHT TO EXAMINE RECORDS UPHELD
November 14, 1940 R-1135: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE STORING AND PACKING OF NURSERY STOCK FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 14, 1940 R-1136: STORING AND PACKING OF NURSERY STOCK FOUND SEASONAL
November 15, 1940 R-1138: COMPLIANCE DRIVE UNDER WAY IN APPAREL INDUSTRY
November 15, 1940 R-1139: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE ARTIFICIAL DRYING OF ALFALFA HAY AND THE SUBSEQUENT MILLING FROM TNE 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 525 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 15, 1940 R-1140: MILLING OF ARTIFICIALLY DRIED ALFALFA SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 16, 1940 R-1148: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO WAGE ORDER Effective December 2, 1940
November 16, 1940 R-1149: ADMINISTRAT0R APPROVES PUERTO RICAN NEEDELWORK RECOMMENDATIONS
November 18, 1940 R-1145: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION COMPLETES FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN IN NATION'S LUMBER INDUSTRY
November 18, 1940 R-1147: 40 CENT MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FOR PORTABLE LAMP WORKERS
November 18, 1940 R-1150: OVERTIME PAYABLE REGARDLESS OF UNION CONTRACTS
November 19, 1940 R-1151: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTlON OF THE HANDLING, PACKING, SHELLING, OR OTHER PROCESSING OR STORING OF PECANS FROM THE OVERTIME PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT UNDER SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 19, 1940 R-1152: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE HANDLING, PACKING, SHELLING, OR OTHER PROCESSING OR STORING OF PEANUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURUSANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 523, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 19, 1940 R-1154: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY ISSUED UNDER REGULATIONS, PART 522
November 19, 1940 R-1156: NOTICE OF FURTHER HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR THE FABRIC AND LEATHER GLOVE DIVISIONS OF THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
November 19, 1940 R-1157: HEARING ON PUERTO RICAN GLOVE RATES DECEMBER 16
November 20, 1940 R-1153: "SEASONAL" EXEMPTIONS INDICATED FOR PEANUT WAREHOUSING; DENIED FOR PEANUT SHELLING
November 20, 1940 R-1158: PECAN PACKING SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 23, 1940 R-1159: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE STORING OF GRAIN, SOY BEANS, FLAX, AND BUCKWHEAT IN GRAIN ELEVATORS 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 AS AMENDED OF THE RE6ULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 23, 1940 R-1160: HEARING ON SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF GRAIN STORAGE DECEMBER 9 AT CHICAGO
November 23, 1940 R-1161: DESIGNATING THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR OR THE ACTING REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF REGION VI AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUCH SPECIAL CERTIFICATES
November 23, 1940 R-1162: RALEIGH WAGE-HOUR REGIONAL OFFICE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE HANDICAPPED CERTIFICATES
November 25, 1940 R-1163: PIECE RATES ISSUED FOR PUERTO RICO
November 26, 1940 R-1164: TITLE 29 — CHAPTER V - PART 516 - REGULATIONS ON RECQRDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 26, 1940 R-1165: TITLE 29 - LABOR - WAGE HOUR DIVISION - PART 545 - REGULATIONS RELATING TO HOME WORKERS IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
November 26, 1940 R-1167: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 72 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 18 FOR THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
November 26, 1940 R-1168: ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
November 26, 1940 R-1169: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATI0N OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 16 FOR THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
November 26, 1940 R-1170: PUBLIC HEARING DECEMBER 11 ON MINIMUM WAGE FOR PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
November 26, 1940 R-1173: LUMBER COMPANY ORDERED TO PRODUCE PAYROLL RECORDS
November 27, 1940 R-1171: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NUMBER 4 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATING OF SAND AND GRAVEL FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT, PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH 8 OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE, 1939
November 27, 1940 R-1172: SAND AND GRAVEL SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR MIAMI COUNTY, INDIANA MADE FINAL
November 27, 1940 R-1175: JEWELRY RECOMMENDATION TO COVER MORE WORKERS
November 28, 1940 R-1174: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 74 AMENDING DEFINITION QF "JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 66 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 17
November 28, 1940 R-1155: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 75 AUTHORIZATION OF THOMAS W. HOLLAND TO ACT ON NOVEMBER 29 AND NOVEMBER 30, 1940, IN THE ABSENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR, THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR AND THE ASSISTANT TO THE ADMNINISTRATOR
November 29, 1940 R-1166: DATA REQUESTED FOR WAGE-HOUR MINING CONFERENCE
November 29, 1940 R-1176: MAC RAE TO BE ACTING WAGE HOUR DIRECTOR IN MAJOR FLETCHER'S ABSENCE
November 28, 1940 R-1177: JEWELRY COMMITTEE TO RECONVENE DECEMBER 16
November 29, 1940 R-1178: PUERTO RICAN NEEDLEWORK FIRM GUILTY OF CRRIMINAL CONTEMPT
December 1 R-1220: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE HANDLING, PACKING, SHELLING. OR OTHER PROCESSING OR STORING OF PEANUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 2, 1940 R-1179: FIRST BANK CASE BROUGHT BY WAGE-HOUR DIVISION
December 3, 1940 R-1184: TEN CHICAGO ADVERTISING HOUSES ENJOINED
December 3, 1940 R-1188: CORRECTION OF NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE STORING OF GRAIN, SOY BEANS, FLAX, AND BUCKWHEAT IN GRAIN ELEVATORS 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 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULALATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 5, 1940 R-1180: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE STORING AND PACKING OF NURSERY STOCK FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANTDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 525 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 5, 1940 R-1181: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR STORING AND PACKING NURSERY STOCK MADE FINAL
December 5, 1940 R-1182: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE ARTIFICIAL DRYING OF ALFALFA HAY AND THE SUBSEQUENT MILLING 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 ANO PART 525 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 5, 1940 R-1183: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR MILLING OF ARTIFICIALLY DRIED ALFALFA MADE FINAL
December 5, 1940 R-1185: FIRST WAGE-HOUR MINING CONIFERENCE DECEMBER 11 AT SALT LAKE CITY
December 5, 1940 R-1189: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 76 AUTHORIZATION OF BURTON E. OPPENHEIM TO ACT ON DECECEMBER 6 AND DECEMBER 7, 1940 IN THE ABSENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR, THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR AND THE ASSISTANT TO THE ADMINISTRATOR
December 6, 1940 R-1190: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE EXCAVATING OF PEAT MATERIALS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 6, 1940 R-1191: NORTHERN BRANCH OF PEAT INDUSTRY DECLARED SEASONAL
December 6, 1940 R-1192: WAGE ORDER FOR LEATHER AND LUGGAGE GOODS INDUSTRY
December 10, 1940 R-1186: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 73 DESIGNATING THE TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATIVE OR THE ACTING TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF PUERTO RICO AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUCH SPECIAL CERTIFICATE
December 10, 1940 R-1187: PUERTO RICAN WAGE-HOUR TERRITORIAL OFFICE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE HANDICAP CERTIFICATES
December 10, 1940 R-1193: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION THAT THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY IS 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
December 10, 1940 R-1194: REVISION OF FUR SEAS0NAL EXEMPTION UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW INDICATED
December 11, 1940 R-1197: APPEAL TAKEN IN PUERTO RICO NEEDLEWORK WAGE-HOUR CASES
December 11, 1940 R-1199: GEORGIA COTTON MILLS FINED $1,500 TOTAL IN WAGE-HOUR CASES
December 12, 1940 R-1196: 40-H0UR WEEK MOBILIZING MANPOWER, COL. FLEMING TELLS MANUFACTURERS
December 12, 1940 R-1198: SAN ANTONIO PECAN FIRM ENJOINED IN WAGE-HOUR CASE
December 12, 1940 R-1200: COURT DECREE ORDERS $17,783 RESTITUTION IN WAGE-HOUR CASE
December 12, 1940 R-1201: LEGAL MINIMUM FOR TEXTILE WORKERS DEFENDED
December 12, 1940 R-1202: 73 BALTIMORE PRODUCE FIRMS SIGN CONSENT DECREE
December 13, 1940 R-1203: 40 CENT MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FOR ENAMELED UTENSIL WORKERS
December 16, 1940 R-1195: WAGE-HOUR INSPECTION ORDERED TO CHECK CHRISTMAS CHILD LABOR VIOLATIONS
December 18, 1940 R-1209: 40- AND 35-CENT MINIMUM RATES RECOMMENDED FOR JEWELRY INDUSTRY WORKERS
December 18, 1940 R-1211: COURT ORDERS $20,000 RESTITUTION IN WAGE-HOUR VIOLATION BY POWER COMPANY
December 19, 1940 R-1204: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 16 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
December 19, 1940 R-1205: ORAL ARGUMENT ON PORTABLE LAP AND SHADE WAGE RECOMMENDATION JANUARY 27
December 19, 1940 R-1214: DRUG INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED
December 20, 1940 R-1206: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 18 FOR THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
December 20, 1940 R-1207: PUBLIC HEARING ON ENAMELING UTENSIL WAGE RECOMMENDATION JANUARY 6
December 20, 1940 R-1208: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 77 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 19 FOR THE DRUG, MEDICINE, AND TOILET PREPARATION INDUSTRY
December 20, 1940 R-1210: DRUG, MEDICINE, AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY COMMITTEES APPOINTED
December 20, 1940 R-1212: ADMINISTRATOR ISSUES LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS WAGE ORDER
December 20, 1940 R-1213: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 13 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective January 6, 1941
December 21, 1940 R-1215: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEES FOR PUERT0 RICO FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE FABRIC AND LEATHER GLOVE DIVISIONS OF THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
December 21, 1940 R-1216: ORAL ARGUMEMT ON PUERTO RICAN GLOVE RATES JANUARY 22
December 21, 1940 R-1217: TITLE 29 — LABOR - CHAPTER V — WAGE HOUR DIVISTON PART 526 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT - IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION THAT THE PACKING OF UNSHELLED, PAPER-SHELLED, OR IMPROVED VARIETIES OF PECANS IS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 21, 1940 R-1218: PECAN PACKING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
December 21, 1940 R-1219: $10,000 WAGE RESTITUTION ORDERED IN GEORGIA LUMBER MILL WAGE-HOUR CASE
December 27, 1940 R-1221: POSTPONMENT OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 18 FOR THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
December 27, 1940 R-1222: PEANUT WAREHOUSING EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
December 27, 1940 R-1223: ENAMELED UTENSIL WAGE HEARING POSTPONED TO JANUARY 27, 1941
December 28, 1940 R-1224: NOTICE CF CHANGE OF DATE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE FABRIC AND LEATHER GLOVE DIVISIONS OF THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
December 28, 1940 R-1225: ORAL ARGUMENT ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION FOR PUERTO RICAN GLOVE MANUFACTURE RESCHEDULED FOR JANUARY
December 28, 1940 R-1227: HEARING ON ENAMELED UTENSIL WAGE RECOMMENDATION TO BE HELD IN WASHINGTON HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. C.
December 30, 1940 R-1226: SECOND WAGE-HOUR MINING CONFERENCE JANUARY 14 AT BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
December 30, 1940 R-1228: FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BOSTON MAKES $13,000 WAGE-HOUR RESTITUTION
December 31, 1940 R-1229: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 15 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective January 27, 1941