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Press Releases Issued by the National Office of the Wage and Hour Division, U. S. Department of Labor

Indexes of Press Releases

Date Issued Title
September 11, 1945 Cumulative Numerical Index of "A" Releases"
September 11, 1945 Full text serachable copy of "Cumulative Numerical Index of "A" Releases

Copies of Press Releases

Date Issued Title
August 18, 1938 R-1 (14a): MEMORANDUM FOR PRESS CONFERENCE NATURE OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEES
August 18, 1938 R-2 (14k): Informal preliminary discussion about the procedures involved in the appointment of a tobacco industry committee
August 19, 1938 R-3 (14k): Informal meeting by the Administrator to discuss the boundaries and extent of the textile industry
August 22, 1938 R-4 (14i): Meeting of of the Cotton Textile Institute
August 29, 1938 R-5 (14g): Meeting with employer and employee representatives of the Textile Industry
August 30, 1938 R-6 (14e): Proposed Industry Committee for for cotton, rayon, and silk textiles
August 30, 1938 R-7 (14f): Discussion about procedures in the appointment of a tobacco industry committee
August 30, 1938 R-8 (14d): Discussion about the need for and scope of a tobacco industry committee
August 30, 1938 R-9 (14c): Persons invited to attend or send representatives to a preliminary meeting to discuss the need for and scope of a tobacco industry committee
August 31, 1938 R-10 (14b): Preliminary conference held to discuss the need for and the scope of an industry comrnittee for the Tobacco Industry
September 3, 1938 R-10a: Arthur L. Fletcher appointed Assistant Administrator in charge of Compliance
September 8, 1938 R-11 (14m): Paul Sifton appointed Deputy Administrator
September 9, 1938 R-12: Administrator Elmer F. Andrews address at the annual convention of the International Association of Governmental Labor Officials
September 13, 1938 R-13: Appointment of Industry Committee No. 1 for branches of the textile industry
September 14, 1938 R-13a: Calvert Magruder of Maryland appointed General Counsel
September 22, 1938 R-14: Rules of Procedure for Industry Committees announced
November 1938 R-15: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 511 - Regulations Applicable to - Industry Committees Pursuant to Section 5 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
September 27, 1938 R-16: ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
September 27, 1938 R-17: SPEECH OF CARROLL R. DAUGHERTY CHIEF ECONOMIST, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, FOR THE CONTROLLERS INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, SEPTEMBER 27, 1938
September 29, 1938 R-17a: Question and Answer Period with Administrator Elmer F, Andrews after his speech to the Southern States Industrial Council
September 29, 1938 R-18: George A. McNulty appointed Associate General Counsel of the Wage and Hour Division, and Rufus G. Poole appointed Assistant General Counsel of the Division
September 30, 1938 R-19: Study of the needlework industries in Puerto Rico will be conducted
October 3, 1938 R-20: SPEECH BY ADMINISTRATOR ARTHUR L. FLETCHER TO THE NATIONAL POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGG ASSOCIATION CONVENTION
October 4, 1938 R-21: Harold D. Jacobs, managing editor of the Santa Barbara (Calif.) News-Press, appointed Assistant Administrator in charge of Information
October 4, 1938 R-22: Administrator announces tentative selection of twelve regional offices to be used in the administration of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
October 5, 1938 R-23: Wage and Hour Division unable at this tine to answer individually the hundreds of letters requesting interpretations of the law
October 6, 1938 R-23a: Speech by Administrator Andrews in Boston, Massachusetts, on October 6
October 10, 1938 R-24: Wage Hour released pamphlet about the Fair Labor Standards Act provisions of the law as they affect industrial workers and child labor
October 11, 1938 R-25: Textile Industry Committee Begins Wage Study
October 1, 1938 R-25a: TEXTILE INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE CONFERENCE
November 1938 R-26: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETINS Nos. 1 and 2: No. 1 General Statement as to the Coverage of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: No. 2 Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to the District of Columbia and Territories and Possessions: NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-28: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 522 - Regulations Applicable to Employment of Learners Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-29: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 523 - Regulations Applicable to Employment of Messengers Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 - (52 Stat. 1060) - NOVEMBER 1938
October 13, 1938 R-31: Address scheduled for delivery by Elmer F. Andrews, Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, U. S. Department of Labor, before the Washington Board of Trade In the Willard Hotel at Washington, D. C. At Approximately 6:30 P.M. Eastern Standard Time October 12, 1938
October 13, 1938 R-32: SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, BEFORE THE CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR IN HOUSTON, TEXAS ON OCTOBER 13, 1938
October 14, 1938 R-33: REGULATIONS ON LEARNERS, APPRENTICES, MESSINGERS AND HANDICAPPED WORKERS ISSUED BY WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR
October 14, 1938 R-33a: NOTICE OF HEARING In Re: Application of the Western Union Telegraph Company pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and rules and regulations issued thereunder for permission to employ messengers at wage rates less than the applicable minimum wage specified in Section 6
October 15, 1938 R-34: Conferences preliminary to the appointment of an industry committee or committees in the apparel field have been scheduled for the week of October 17
October 17, 1938 R-35: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 2 APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 TO THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS
October 18, 1938 R-36: PART 524 — Regulations Applicable to Employment of Handicapped persons pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
October 18, 1938 R-37: PART 521 - Regulations Applicable to Employrment of Apprentices pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
October 19, 1938 R-38: STATEMENT ON PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS FOR LEARNERS, MESSENGERS, APPRENTICES AND HANDICAPPED WORKERS
October 19, 1938 R-39: Arthur L. Fletcher, Assistant Administrator in Charge of the Cooperation and Enforcement branch of the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, announced appointment of the first two regional directors of the Division
November 1938 R-40: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 541 - Regulations Defining and Delimiting the Terms "Any Employee Employed in a Bona Fide Executive, Administrative, Professional, or Local Retailing Capacity, or in the Capacity of Outside Salesman" Pursuant to Section 13 (a) (1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
October 20, 1938 R-41: Thirty-five representative trade associations in the textile field today (Wednesday) were invited to send delegates to conferences which will recommend additional manufacturing processes to be within the jurisdiction of Industry Committee No. 1
October 20, 1938 R-42: Trade associations in the textile industry today (Thursday) were asked by the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor to analyze the possible effect of forthcoming mininum wage orders upon their industries
November 1938 R-43: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 526 - Regulations Applicable to Industries of a Seasonal Nature Pursuant to Section 7 (b) (3) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-45: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 536 - Regulations Defining the Term "Area of Production" Pursuant to Section 7 (c) and Section 13 (a) (10) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
1938 R-46: APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL APPRENTICE CERTIFICATE
October 21, 1938 R-48: DEFINITION OF "AREA OF PRODUCTION"
October 21, 1938 R-49: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON DEDUCTIONS FROM WAGES
October 21, 1938 R-50: WAGE-HOUR REGULATIONS ON SEASONAL INDUSTRIES
October 21, 1938 R-51: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON COMPUTATION OF OVERTIME PAY
November 1938 R-52: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 3 - General Statement as to the Method of Payment Under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Application of Section 3 (m) Thereto NOVEMBER 1938
November 1938 R-53: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 516 - Regulations on Records to be Kept by Employers Pursuant to Section 11 (c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) and Explanation of the Records Regulations - NOVEMBER 1938
October 21, 1938 R-54: Administrator Elmer F. Andrews of the Wage and Hour Division issued statement that "Millions of Americans look forward to Monday the effective date of the Fair Labor Standards Act as the beginning of a new advance in the Nation's offensive against exploitation and hardship"
November 1938 R-55: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 4 Maximum Hours and Overtime Compensation - NOVEMBER 1938
October 23, 1938 R-56: EXPLANATION OF THE RECORDS REGULATIONS (Title 29, Chapter V, Part 516, Sections 515.1 through 516.5)
October 23, 1938 R-56a: Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor has issued the following summary of its work to date and of the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act which goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday, October 24
October 24, 1938 R-57: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS ASSURED SUPPORT BY STATE GOVERNORS
October 24, 1938 R-58: WAGE-HOUR ACT NOT RETROACTIVE
April 1939 R-59: REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) April 1939
October 26, 1938 R-60: PUBLIC HEARINGS ON LEARNER EXEMPTIONS
October 26, 1938 R-61: WALNUT GROWERS CONTRADICT PECAN SHELLERS
October 26, 1938 R-62: WAGE AND HOUR LAW RESULTS
October 26, 1938 R-63: SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR BEFORE THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE IN NEW YORK CITY OCTOBER 26, 1938
October 27, 1938 R-64: Speech to be delivered by Wesley O. Ash, Regional Director, Wage and Hour Division, before the Western Division, American Mining Congress at the Hotel Ambassador in Los Angeles, California, October 27, 1938, at approximately 3 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
October 27, 1938 R-65: QUESTIONS ON FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 ARE ANSWERED
October 28, 1938 R-66: STATEMENT AS TO PROBABLE STATUS OF MOTION PICTURE THEATER EMPLOYEES
October 29, 1938 R-67: Robert W. Claiborne appointed Territorial Counsel and acting Territorial Representative of the Division in Puerto Rico
October 29, 1938 R-68: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS ASKED TO DEFINE STATUS OF DAILY NEWSPAPERS
October 30, 1938 R-69: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION SENDS OUT INITIAL FIELD STAFF
October 31, 1938 R-70: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
October 31, 1938 R-71: MEETING OF SUBCOMMTTEE "B" OF COMMITTEE NO. 1
October 31, 1938 R-72: Elmer F. Andrews, Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor, today (Monday) released a compilation of average weekly eamings of workers in manufacturing industries during August, 1938, showing that in no State are the average weekly earnings as low as the modest requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act
November 11, 1938 R-73: STATEMENT ON KEEPING OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACCOUNT NUMBERS OF EMPLOYEES
November 1, 1938 R-74: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS REPLIES TO HANSON ON NEWSPAPER STATUS
November 2, 1938 R-75: APPOINTMENT OF MERLE D. VINCENT
October 31, 1938 R-76: SECTION 536.2 "AREA OF PRQDUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 13 (a)(10) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
Nobember 4, 1938 R-78: SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY PAUL SIFTON, DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, AT A LABOR MEETING IN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA - NOVEMBER 4, 1938
November 5, 1938 R-79: The Method of Determining Regular Wage as a Basis of Computing Overtime under the Terms of the Fair Labor Standards Act
November 8, 1938 R-80: COMPLAINTS HELD CONFIDENTIAL
November 9, 1938 R-81: LEARNERS REGULATIONS AMENDED
November 9, 1938 R-81a: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE APPLICATIONS OF THE COTTON-TEXTILE INSTITUTE, INC., THE NATIONAL RAYON WEAVERS ASSOCIATION, AND THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF TEXTILES, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 4 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 10, 1938 R-82: HEARING ON EXEMPTIONS FOR LEARNERS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
November 10, 1938 R-83: TEMPORARY CERTIFICATE OF EXEMPTION FOR HANDICAPPED EMPLOYEES IN "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS"
November 9, 1938 R-83a: PART 524 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 10, 1938 R-83a: PART 524 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 10, 1938 R-84: SPEECH BY CALVERT MAGRUDER, GENERAL COUNSEL THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 3:30 p.m. NOVEMBER 10, AT NEW HAVEN, CONN., BEFORE THE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT
November 12, 1938 R-85: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 4)
November 12, 1938 R-86: TURKEY PROCESSORS ADVISED
November 13, 1938 R-87: Report of the hearing held on the application of the Western Union Telegraph Company to employ messengers at wage rates less than those applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
November 11, 1938 R-88: In the matter of APPLICATIONS of THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY; POSTAL TELEGRAPH LANDLIN SYSTEM; ALL AMERICA CABLES AND RADIO, INC, For permission to employ messengers at wages lower than the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
November 16, 1938 R-89: COOPERATION BETWEEN THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION OF THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND STATE DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
November 14, 1938 R-90: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY MESSENGERS AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 15, 1938 R-91: DAUGHERTY NAMED CHIEF ECONOMIST
November 16, 1938 R-92: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 5)
November 18, 1938 R-93: ANDREWS' WESTERN TOUR
November 15, 1938 R-94: BURTON E. OPPENHEIM NAMED SECTION CHIEF
November 15, 1938 R-95: R. J. Watkins Named Assistant Adninistrator of Wage Hour Division
1938 R-96: LEARNERS AND APPRENTICES
November 18, 1938 R-97: ADDRESS BY RUFUS G. POOLE, ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S, DEPARTLEKT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 3:30 P.M., FRIDAY, N0V. 18, 1938, AT SYRACUSE, N.Y., BEFORE THE ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES OF NEW YORK AT ITS ANNUAL MEETING
November 21, 1938 R-98: GARMENT MANUFACTURER5' ASSOCIATION COMMENDED
November 21, 1938 R-99: ANDREWS WARNS AGAINST RECORDS FALSIFICATION
November 22, 1938 R-100: TEXTILE COMMITTEE MEETING DECEMBER I4~17
November 18, 1938 R-101: IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOUSE DRESS MANUFACTURERS, INC., THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SHIRT AND PAJAMA MANUFACTURERS, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEN'S SHIRTS AND BOYS' BLOUSE CONTRACTORS, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 22, 1938 R-102: APPAREL LEARNERS' HEARING DECEMBER 5
November 22, 1938 R-103: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF SECTIONS 536,1 AND 536,2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 2, 1938 R-104: .QUESTIONS AND ANSIERS (NO. 6)
November 26, 1938 R-105: FRUIT AND VEGETABLE EXEMPTION HEARING
November 28, 1938 R-106: LABELS OR COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATES NOT NECESSARY
November 25, 1938 R-107: ADDRESS BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE AHD HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 6:30 P.M., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1938, AT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, BEFORE THE ILLINOIS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION AT THE PALMER HOUSE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
November 26, 1938 R-108: ANDREWS DESIGNATES VIHCENT
November 23, 1938 R-109: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 3
November 23, 1938 R-109a: ADMINISTRATIVE OPDER NO. 4
November 25, 1938 R-110: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 28, 1938 R-111: IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURES, THE UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR AND HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 28, 1938 R-112: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF SECTIONS 536.1 AND 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 2, 1938 R-113: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN . No. 5. FURTHER STATEMENT AS TO THE COVERAGE OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 3, 1938 R-114: ADDRESS BY A. L. FLETCHER,ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR IN CHARGE OF COOPERATION AND ENFORCEMENT, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 4:00 P.M., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1938 AT DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA, BEFORE THE SCHOOL OF LAW, DUKE UNIVERSITY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATI0N
December 7, 1938 R-115: BUSINESS OFFICE TIME RECORDS
December 7, 1938 R-116: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No, 6, THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED BY SECTION 13(a)(2) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 8, 1938 R-117: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY MESSENGERS AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 9, 1938 R-119: NOTICE OF FURTHER CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMEDMENTS OF SECTIONS 536.1 AND 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 9, 1938 R-119: FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING HEARING SET FOR JANUARY 9th
December 9, 1938 R-120: ADDRESS BY ARTHUR L. FLETCHER, ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR IN CHARGE OF COOPERATION AND ENFORCEMENT, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTRiENT OF LABOR, ON "ENFORCING THE WAGE AND HOUR LAW," SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY AT 1:30 P. M., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1938, AT NEW YORK BEFORE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NATIONAL CONSUMERS LEAGUE AT THE HOTEL ASTOR
December 12, 1938 R-121: ANDREWS CALLS FOR PUERTO RICAN REPORT
December 13, 1938 R-122: IN RE: APPLICATIONS OF SOUTHERN PECAN SHELLING COMPANY (SAN ANTONIO), AND PECAN WORKERS UNION OF SAN ANTONIO, LOCAL NO. 172, UNITED CANNERY, AGRICULTURAL, PACKING AND ALLIED WORKERS OF AMERICA, C.I.O. PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STADARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE PECAN SHEILLING INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
December 13, 1938 R-123: PECAN SHELLING LEARNERS HEARING, DECEMBER 19, IN SAN ANTONIO
December 13, 1938 R-124: INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS OF NON-COMPLIANCE
December 15, 1938 R-125: TEXTILE COMMITTEE MAKES JURISDICTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
December 9, 1938 R-126: REMARKS BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, BEFORE THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS' AT THE WALDORF-ASTORIA H0TEL IN NEW YORK CITY ON DECEMBER 9. 1938
December 21, 1938 R-127: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The BROOKINGS INSTITUTION, WASHINGTON, D. C. DECEMBER 21, 1938 AT 8:15 P. M. It
December 18, 1938 R-128: TEXTILE LEARNERS APPLICATION WITHDRAWN
December 21, 1938 R-129: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
December 21, 1938 R-130: AMENDING DEFINITION OF "TEXTILE INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 1 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1
December 21, 1938 R-131: APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2
December 21, 1938 R-132: ADMINISTRATOR REMOVES KNITTED FABRICS FROM TEXTILE COMMITTEE JURISDICTION
December 22, 1938 R-133: "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REDEFINED IN BEAN CASE
November 1938 R-134: TITLE 29, CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - Part 536 - Regulations Defining the Term "Area of Production" Pursuant to Section 7 (c) and Section 13 (a) (10) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) NOVEMBER 1938
December 23, 1938 R-135: WAGE AND HOUR DECISION EXTENDS "SEASONAL" REGULATION
December 20, 1938 R-136: PART 526 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 24, 1938 R-137: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION SCHEDULLES HEARING ON HONETTORK
December 24, 1938 R-138: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 516 OF REGULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE KEEPING OF SPECIAL OR ADDITIONAL RECORDS BY EMPLOYERS OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORKERS
December 31, 1938 R-140: LEAF TOBACCO SEASONAL EXEMPTION
December 31, 1938 R-141: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF HANDLERS OF FLUE-CURED, BARLEY, FIRE-CURED AND DARK AIR-CURED TOBACCO FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF SAID ACT
January 1, 1939 R-142: GALLUP POLL SHOWS 71% NATIONAL APPROVAL OF WAGE AND HOUR LAW
January 6, 1939 R-143: SEASONAL EXEMPTION TENTATIVELY GRANTED TO DIVISION OF TOBACCO INDUSTRY
January 6, 1939 R-144: NATURAL ICE SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
January 7, 1939 R-145: "SEASONAL" PETITION OF LUMBERMEN TO BE HEARD JANUARY 16
January 5, 1939 R-146: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES CHANGES ON TEXTILE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
January 18, 1939 R-147: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 7)
January 10, 1939 R-148: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF WOOL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
January 5, 1939 R-149: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF AUCTION OR LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INDUSTRY FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTI0N FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF SAID ACT
January 5, 1939 R-150: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE NATURAL ICE HARVESTING AND PACKING INDUSTRY FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b) (3) OF SAID ACT
January 25, 1939 R-201: NOTICE OF DETERMINATION BY AMINISTRATOR ON PETITION BY CIGAR MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES ROR AMENDMENT (IN RESPECT TO PUERTO RICO CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO) OF SECTION 536,2 OF REGULATIONS, PART 536, DEFINING "AREA OF PRODUCTION" (AS USED IN SECTION 13(a)(lO) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT)
February 28, 1939 R-202: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536,2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 2, 1939 R-203: In the matter of APPLICAPTIONS OF NORTHEASTERN LUMBER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, TIMBER PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For exemption of the lunber industry as a seasonal industry pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and Part 526 as amended of regulations issued thereunder
February 28, 1939 R-204: SUGAR HEARING SCHEDULED
March 6, 1939 R-205: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. 10)
March 2, 1939 R-206: SEASONAL EXEMPTION REFUSED TO SECTION OF LUMBER INDUSTRY IN FINDING OF PRESIDING OFFICER
February 28, 1939 R-207: STATEMENT ON INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE EXCHANGES
March, 1939 R-30: REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS
March 3, 1939 R-208: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION POR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY AS A SEASON INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AHD PART 526 AS AMENOED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 7, 1939 R-210: SCHEDULE OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETINGS
March 10, 1939 R-211: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 17 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 5
March 10, 1939 R-212: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 16 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4
March 10, 1939 R-213: FINDING THAT THE BRANCH OF TOBACCO INDUSTRY ENGAGED IN HANDLING CERTAIN TYPES OF LEAF TOBACCO IS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
March 10, 1939 R-214: CIGAR LEAF TOBACCO SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
March 10, 1939 R-215: WAGE AND HOUE DIVISION ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF HAT INDUSTRY COMMITTEE AND MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMTTEE
March 13, 1939 R-216: NOTICE OF DENIAL OP PETITION OF THE SOUTHERN PECAN SHELLING COMPANY OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE PECAN SHELLING INDUSTRY AT WAGES lOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 13, 1939 R-217: REVIEW DENIED IN PECAN SHELLER CASE
March 13, 1939 R-218: HOMEWORK REGULATIONS POSTPONED
October 1939 R-219: Title 29, Chapter V Code of Federal Regulations Part 516 REGULATIONS ON RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANKJIDS ACT OF 1938 (52 STAT. 1060) AND EXPLANATION OF THE RECORDS REGULATIONS
March 16, 1939 R-220: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.1 AND SECTION 536.2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 16, 1939 R-221: FARM AND GARDEN SEED HEARING
March 17, 1939 R-222: WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF BOOT AND SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
March 17, 1939 R-223: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
March 18, 1939 R-224: HEARING ON FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AMENDMENT
March 18, 1939 R-225: NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT, WITH RESPECT TO FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, OF SECTION 536.2 AS AMENDED, (DEFINING "AREA OF PRODUCTION" UNDER SECTION 13(a)(lO)), OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 18, 1939 R-226: Findings and Recommendation of the Presiding Officer March 14, 1959: Hearing on Proposed Amendments of Sections 536.1 and 536.2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
March 21, 1939 R-227: PUERTO RICO SUGAR HEARING POSTPONED
March 21, 1939 R-228: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF SECTION 536,2 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) OF REGULATIONS ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 23, 1939 R-229: HURRICANE TIMBER SALVAGE OPERATIONS
March 24, 1939 R-230: PROBLEMS UNDER WAGE-HOUR ACT OF FEDERAL CONTRACT WORKERS
March 21, 1939 R-231: TEXTILE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 32 CENT MINIMUM
March 24, 1939 R-232: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the SOUTHERN PINE ASSOCIATION, NEW ORLEANS, LA. MARCH 24, 1939 AT 2:30 P.M.
March 24, 1939 R-233: BANKSRS ADVISED TO CONSIDER ALL EIPLOYEES SUBJECT TO THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 25, 1939 R-234: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 9 THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED BY SECTION 13(b)(1) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 25, 1939 R-235: CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF MOTOR CARRIERS NOT EXEMPT
March 27, 1939 R-236: TEXTILE COMMITTEE ADVISES JULY 1 AS EFFECTIVE DATE OF 32 1/2 CENT MINIMUM WAGE
March 31, 1939 R-237: STATUS OF EMPLOYEES OF FARMERS' C00PERATIVES CLARIFIED
March 28, 1939 R-238: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 19 APPOINTMENT OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
April 1939 R-239: REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (52 Stat. 1060) April 1939
March 31, 1939 R-240: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 10 FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 28, 1939 R-241: "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS" ADVISORY COMMIITTEE NAMED
March 31, 1939 R-242: SHOE COMMITTEE TO MEET APRIL
March 30, 1939 R-243: HOSIERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT AND 32-1/2 CENT MINIMUM WAGE LEVELS
April 4, 1939 R-244: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATIONS OF THE NORTHEASTERN LUMBER MNUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR EXEMPTION OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
April 4, 1939 R-245: HEARING ON APPLICATION OF NORTHEASTERN LUMBER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION SET FOR APRIL 17
April 5, 1939 R-246: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS, PHILADELPHIA, PA., APRIL 5, 1939 AT 12.30 P. M.
April 10, 1939 R-247: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F, ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE ANID HOUR DIVISION, U, S, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATION, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS APRIL 10, 1939 AT 6:30 P, M.
April 14, 1939 R-248: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, BEFORE THE EMORY UNIVERSITY LAW INSTITUTE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, APRIL 14, 1939, 8:30 P.M.
April 14, 1939 R-249: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO. 6 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
April 14, 1939 R-250: SHOE COMMITTEE TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING MAY 2, 1959
April 13, 1939 R-251: HOMEWORK NOT PROHIBITED BY WAGE AND HOUR ACT
April 20, 1939 R-252: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The BOSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS APRIL 20, 1959 AT 1:00 P. M.
April 19, 1939 R-253: AREA OF PRODUCTION REDEFINED FOR FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
April 19, 1939 R-254: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AITO HOUR DIVISION PART 536 - REGULATIONS DEFINING THE "AREA OF PRODUCTION" AS USED IN SECTION 7(c) AND IN SECTION 13(a)(lO) QF THE FAIR LABOR STAHDARDS ACT
April 19, 1939 R-255: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 20 Convening of Industry Comnittee No. 4 For the Hat Industry
April 21, 1939 R-256: SHOE COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED TO MAY 25
April 19, 1939 R-257: STATEMENT ON PAYMENT OF OVERTIME
April 22, 1939 R-258: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 21 CONVENING OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 5 FQR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
April 22, 1939 R-259: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE TO MEET MAY 8
April 24, 1939 R-260: SIX MONTHS OF WAGE AND HOUR PROGRESS
April 17, 1939 R-261: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 POR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
April 27, 1939 R-262: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARRTMENT OF LABOR Before The ROTARY CLUB, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE APRIL 27, 1959 at 12:15 P. M.
April 25, 1939 R-263: HAT AND MILLINERY COMMITTEES TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS
April 25, 1939 R-264: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERFD IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
April 21, 1939 R-265: NOTICE OF POSTPONMENT OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 6 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
April 29, 1939 R-267: BULLETINS ISSUED ON SEAMAN AND FISHING EXEMPTIONS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
April 27, 1939 R-268: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 516 ~ Regulations on Records to Be Kept by Employers Pursuant to Soction 11 (c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act
April 29, 1939 R-269: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 11 THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED BY SECTION 13(a)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 29, 1939 R-270: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 12, THE SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY OF THE EXEMPTIONS PROVIDED BY SECTION 15(a)(5) OF THE FAIR LilBOR STANDMDS ACT OF 1958
May 3, 1939 R-271: HOURS WORKED — WHAT THEY ARE
May 3, 1939 R-272: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OFFICE OF THS GENERAL COUNSEL INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN NO. 13 DETERMINATION OF HOURS FOR WHICH EMPLOYEES ARE ENTITLED TO COMPSNSATION UNDER THE FAIR-LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
May 2, 1939 R-273: Appointment of George A. McNulty as General Counsel of the Wage and Hour Division, U, S. Department of Labor
May 7, 1939 R-274: RADIO TALK SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Over STATION WJEV, WASHINGTON, D. C. MAY 7, 1939 AT 9:45 P. M.
May 2, 1939 R-275: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The AMERICAN TRADE ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON, D. C. MAY 2, 1939 AT 7:30 P. M.
May 12, 1939 R-276: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (NO. ll)
May 9, 1939 R-277: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 22 AMENDING DEFINITION OF "HAT INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 16 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4
May 9, 1939 R-278: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 23 AMENDING DEFINITION OF "MILLINERY INDUSTRY" AS CONTAINED IN ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 17 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5
May 9, 1939 R-279: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
May 10, 1939 R-280: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY JAMES F. KING ASSISTANT TO THE ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the NATIONAL COTTON COMPRESS AHD COTTON WAREHOJSE ASSOCIATION, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE May 10, 1939 AT 2:00 P.M.
May 22, 1939 R-281: UNION CONTRACT FILING EXPLAINED
May 13, 1939 R-282: SEASONAL RULING ISSUED FOR CERTAIN BRANCHES OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY
May 13, 1939 R-283: ADMINISTRATOR'S DECISION FINDING CERTAIN BRANCHES OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND REGULATIONS, PART 526, ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 16, 1939 R-284: Findings and Detemination of the Presiding Officer May 9, 1939 In the Matter of Proposed Anendment of Section 536,2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: Sugar
May 16m 1939 R-285: Decision May 11, 1939 In the Matter of Proposed Amendment of Section 536.2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 : Sugar
May 16, 1939 R-286: Findings and Detemination of the Presiding Officer May 9, 1939 In the Matter of Proposed Anendment of Section 536.2 (Area of Production) of Regulations issued under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938: Sugar
May 16, 1939 R-287: PUERTO RICAN SUGAR EXEMPTION DENIED
May 19, 1939 R-288: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF NEGRO RAILR0AD WORKERS WASHINGTON. MAY 19, 1939, AT 11:30 A.M.
May 17, 1939 R-289: STEPHENSON NAMED WAGE-HOUR DIVISION EXECUTIVE OFFICER
May 16, 1939 R-290: RENOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INIDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
May 18, 1939 R-291: TEXTILE COMMITTEE AND WOOL COMMITTEE TO MEET MAY 22
May 1939 R-304: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION of INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1 for the TEXTILE INDUSTRY to the ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION of the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
May 19, 1939 R-292: STATEMENT BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, ON AMENDMENTS RECOMMENDED BY HOUSE LABOR COMMITTEE
May 20, 1939 R-293: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CONFERENCE ON LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MAY 20, 1939 AT 12:45 P. M.
May 22, 1939 R-294: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The UNITED HATTERS, CAP AND MILLINERY WORKERS' INTERNATIONAL UNION NEW YORK, NEW YORK, MAY 22, 1939, AT 11:00 A. M.
May 22, 1939 R-295: REVISED LEARNERS' REGULATIONS ANNOUNCED
May 20, 1939 R-296: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER May 20, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATION THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SHIRT AND PAJAMA MANUFACTURERS IHC. , ET AL. To employ learners under Section 14 at wages lower than the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
May 23, 1939 R-297: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
May 23, 1939 R-298: RULES FOR INDIVIDUAL LEARNER CERTIFICATES FORMULATED AS APPAREL INDUSTRY-WIDE APPLICATION IS DENIED
May 23, 1939 R-299: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
May 22, 1939 R-300: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 24 AMENDING DEFINITION OF WOOLEN INDUSTRY AS CONTAINED IN ADMISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 11 APPOINTING INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. IA
May 22, 1939 R-301: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 25 AMENDING DEFINITION OF "TEXTILE INDUSTRY" CONTAINED IN ADUMISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 1 AS AMENDED BY ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 6
May 22, 1939 R-302: Statement on Amendments to the Definitions of "Textile Industry" and "Wool Industry"
May 22, 1939 R-303: ADMINISTRATOR DEMARCATES WOOL COMMITTEE JURISDICTION
May 22, 1939 R-304aa: MINORITY REPORT To the Administrator Wage and Hour Division Under the Fair Laoor Standards Act of 1938
May 22, 1939 R-304a: STATEMENT OF THE MINORITY OF INDUSTRY COMIITTEE NO. 1 SUBMITTED TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
May 23, 1939 R-305: TEXTILE COMMITTEE FORWARDS 32˝˘ WAGE RECOMMENDATION TO ADMINISTRATOR
May 24, 1939 R-306: INDUSTRY COMMITTEE REGULATIONS REVISED
May 24, 1939 R-307: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 511 - AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRY C0MMMITTEES ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 5 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
May 28, 1939 R-308: SURVEY OF C0MPAPATIVE LIVING COSTS
May 28, 1939 R-309: DIFFERENCES IN LIVING COSTS IN 5 NORTHERN AND 5 SOUTHERN CITIES
May 27, 1939 R-310: REPORT AND RECOMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 3 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
May 27, 1939 R-311: ADMINISTRATOR RECEIVES RECOMMENDATIONS OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR HOSIERY INDUSTRY Schedules Public Hearing for June 12 on Proposed 40˘ an Hour for Full-Fashioned and 32˝˘ for Seamless Workers
May 17, 1939 R-312: NATHANIEL SPECTOR REPLACES ALEX ROSE ON MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
May 27, 1939 R-313: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 26 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 5 FOR THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
May 27, 1939 R-314: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORT OF THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
May 27, 1939 R-315: HEARING JUNE 19, 1939, ON APPLICATION FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTI0N FOR SURFACE MINING INDUSTRIES
May 27, 1939 R-316: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE MINING OF PLACER GOLD AND CLAY, THE QUARRYING OF DIMENSION STONE AND CRUSHED STONE AND THE DREDGING AND EXCAVATION OF SAND AND GRAVEL AND INDUSTRIAL SAND, FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 27, 1939 R-317: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGES RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 1 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
May 27, 1939 R-318: ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES RULES FOR TEXTILE AND HOSIERY WAGE HEARINGS
May 30, 1939 R-319: "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS" TEMPORARY EXEMPTION EXTENDED
May 30, 1939 R-320: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 524 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
June 1, 1939 R-321: HOSIERY LEARNERS' HEARING RE0PENED
June 1, 1939 R-322: NOTICE OF REC0NVENED HEARING IN RE : APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURERS, PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
June 4, 1939 R-323: Study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to be released on June 4
June 1, 1939 R-324: APPAREL COMMITTEE TO MEET JUNE 14
June 2, 1939 R-325: MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE
June 30, 1939 R-326: HEARING QN RECORD-KEEPING FOR "RED CAPS"
June 5, 1939 R-327: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE QUESTION WHETHER PART 516 OF THE REGULATIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATOR SHOULD BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE FOR KEEPING SPECIAL OR ADDITIONAL RECORDS BY EMPLOYERS OF RED CAPS OR HAND BAGGAGE PORTERS
June 7, 1939 R-328: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS OPPOSES AMENDMENTS
June 9, 1939 R-329: LEARNER CERTIFICATES IN SOME INDUSTRIES WILL AWAIT DETERMIATION OF HEARINGS
June 13, 1939 R-330: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE WESTERN PINE INDUSTRY FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AN INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7 (b) (3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
June 12, 1939 R-331: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION SCHEDULES SEASONAL HEARINGS ON WESTERN PINE INDUSTRIES
June 13, 1939 R-332: GEORGE A. McNULTIY NAMED WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION GENERAL COUNSEL RUFUS G. POOLE, IRVING J. LEVY AND JOSEPH L. RAUH, JR., MOVE UP
June 17, 1939 R-333: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 536 - Regulations Defining the Term "Area of Production" as Used in Section 7(o) and in Section 13(a)(10) of the Fair Labor Standards Act
June 17, 1939 R-334: REVISED "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REGULATIONS EXTENDS EXEMPTIONS
June 16, 1939 R-335: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS FOUR MINIMUM WAGE RATES RANGING FROM 32˝˘ TO 40˘ PER HOUR
June 19, 1939 R-336: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER P. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U, S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR On a Broadcast Over the NBC RED NETWORK SYSTEM, 8 P.M, MONDAY, JUNE 19th, 1939
June 23, 1939 R-337: JOHN E. LUCEY APPOINTED TO SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
June 23, 1939 R-338: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 27, ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
June 23, 1939 R-339: TEXTILE WAGE SOLE SUBJECT OF ATLANTA HEARING BEFORE ANDREWS
June 23, 1939 R-340: APPAREL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 35-CENT MINIMUM FOR NURSES' UNIFORMS AND 4O CENTS FOR MEN'S CAPS
June 27, 1939 R-341: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 28 APPOINTING MERLE D. VINCENT, AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FDR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
July 1, 1939 R-342: REGIONAL PLAN FOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCED
June 28, 1939 R-343: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY MAJOR A. L. FLETCHER, ASSISTANT ADMUCISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Before the COUNCIL OF SOUTHERN WOMEN AT THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S CLUB, WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 28, 1939
July 7, 1939 R-344: HEARING IN REVIEW OF APPAREL LEARNERS' DETERMINATION JULY 18TH
July 1, 1939 R-345: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDING OFFICER ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL IHDUSTRY
July 10, 1939 R-346: SAFETY MEETINGS DO NOT CONSTITUTE WORKING TIME
July 11, 1939 R-347: FIRST LEARNER CERTIFICATES GRANTED
July 8, 1939 R-348: TEXTILE WAGE HEARING RESUMED IN WASHINGTON
July 11, 1939 R-349: NOTICE OP ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMEHT OP LEARNERS
July 14, 1939 R-350: SMALL NEWSPAPER EXEMPTION CLARIFIED BY ANDREWS
July 20, 1939 R-351: MR. ANDREWS' STATEMENT ON BARDEN AMENDMENTS
July 14, 1939 R-352: APPAREL LEARNERS' HEARING POSTPONED
July 14, 1939 R-353: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDING OFFICER ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
July 18, 1939 R-354: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE MANUFACTURING OR PROCESSING OF CLAY PRODUCTS OTHER THAN POTTERY) AND CONCRETE PRODUCTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS AM INDUSTRY OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 15, 1939 R-355: ANDREWS DENIES BARDEN AMENDMENTS "COMPROMISE"
July 20, 1939 R-356: CIGAR LEARNER HEARING JULY 20, 1939
July 21, 1939 R-357: SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED TO AUGUST 1, 1939
July 20, 1939 R-358: ARGUMENT ON RECORD OF TEXTILE HEARING TO BE HELD
July 25, 1939 R-359: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LERNERS
July 25, 1939 R-360: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER IN THE S.ATES OF MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
July 25, 1939 R-361: PRIMA FACIE CASE SHOWN FOR GRANTING "SEASONAL," EXEMPTION IN SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER IN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, AND WISCONSIN
July 31, 1939 R-362: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OP LABOR, Before The SIXTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER GUILD, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, JULY 31, 1939, AT 2:15 P. M. - LABOR, IT'S YOUR LAW
July 27, 1939 R-364: POSTPONEMENT OF APPAREL LEARNER HEARING
August 2, 1939 R-365: "HOURS WORKED" ASPECT OF ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS AND LECTURES
July 27, 1939 R-366: NOTICE OP CHANGE IN DATE OF HEARING ON PETITIONS FOR REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION BY THE PRESIDING OFFICER ON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL IHDUSTRY
August 3, 1939 R-367: SHOE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 35 CENTS MINIMUM WAGE RATE
August 16, 1939 R-368: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CQMMERCIAL AND TRADE ORGANIZATION EXECUTIVES NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS AUGUST 16, 1939; 10:45 A. M.
August 10, 1939 R-369: CHARLES A. WOOD WAGE-HOUR REPRESENTATIVE FOR PUERTO RICO
August 10, 1939 R-370: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The 36TH ANNUAL CONVENTION Of The INTERNAIIONAL UNION OF MINE, MILL AND SMELTER WORKERS DENVER, COLORADO, AUGUST 10, 1939
August 12, 1939 R-371: HANDICAPPED WORKERS SPECIAL CERTIFICATES EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 1, 1940
August 8, 1939 R-372: DATE FOR BRIEFS ON TEXTILE HEARING EXTENDED
August 12, 1939 R-373: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 5S4 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
August 21, 1939 R-374: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN No. 14 INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON THE EXEMPTION OF AGRICITLTURE; AND ON THE EXEMPTIONS FOR PROCESSING AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
August 21, 1939 R-375: INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON THE EXEMPTION QF AGRICULTURE AND ON THE EXEMPTIONS FOR PROCESSING AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
August 17, 1939 R-376: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before the 76TH ANNUAL CONVENTION of the NEW YORK STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR AT NEW YORK CITY August 17, 1939 at 11:00 A.M.
August 15, 1939 R-377: ADMINISTRATOR ANDREWS APPROVES RECOMMENDATIONS OF HOSIERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 1 to 20)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 21 to 40)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 41 to 60
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 61 to 80)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 81 to 100)
August 18, 1939 R-378: Findings and Opinion August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Conmittee No. 3 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Hosiery Industry (Pages 101 to 109)
August 21, 1939 R-378a: ADMINISTRATOR'S FINDINGS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMTTEE NUMBER 3 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
August 18, 1939 R-379: Wage Order August 18, 1939 In the Matter of the RecommenAatien of Industry Committee No, 3 Minimum Wage Rates in tho Hosiery Industry
August 22, 1939 R-379a: HOSIERY MINIMUM WAGE ORDER
August 23, 1939 R-381: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY MAJOR ARTHUR L, FLETCHER ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DFPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The SOUTHERN GARMENT MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION And The ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN TEXTILE MILLS AND PIECE GOODS HOUSES AT ATLANTA, GEORGIA; AUGUST 23, 1939
August 23, 1939 R-382: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 524 — Regulations Applicable to Employment of Handicapped Persons Pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act
August 23, 1939 R-383: "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS" TEMPORARY EXEMPTION EXTENDED
August 25, 1939 R-384: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE SPRING FRESHET DRIVING OF LUMBER IN THE STATES OF MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 25, 1939 R-385: SPRING FRESHET LUMBER DRIVING EXEMPTION EXTENDED
August 24, 1939 R-386: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER August 21, 1939 In the matter of the APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSIERY MANUFACTURERS, ET AL. To employ learners at wages lower than the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 14 of the Act and Part 522, as amended, of regulations issued thereunder
August 24, 1939 R-387: PROVISIONS FOR HOSIERY LEARNERS ISSUED
August 24, 1939 R-388: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION UPON APPLICATIONS FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
August 29, 1939 R-389: ENGLISH WALNUT SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
August 29, 1939 R-390: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING, GRADING AND PACKING OF UNSHELLED "ENGLISH" WALNUTS FROM THE MAXIMLM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
August 31, 1939 R-391: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY WESLEY ASH, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, Before The AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS AT SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1939
August 28, 1939 R-392: LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS' FEARS GROUNDLESS, ANDREWS ADVISES
August 29, 1939 R-393: MILLINERY INDUSTRY SUB-COMMMITTEE REPORT
August 30, 1939 R-394: APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE REPORT
September 4, 1939 R-395: LABOR DAY STATEMENT of ELMER F. ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTENT OF LABOR
September 6, 1939 R-396: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL CERTIFICATE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
September 7, 1939 R-397: FIRST HOSIERY LEARNERS CERTIFICATES ISSUED
September 7, 1939 R-398: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
September 7, 1939 R-399: HAT INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS WAGE RATES OF 35 AND 40 CENTS AN HOUR WITH DIFFERENTIAL FOR PUERTO RICO
September 8, 1939 R-400: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY (2)
September 9, 1939 R-401: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPL0YMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY (3)
September 12, 1939 R-402: NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY (4)
September 13, 1939 R-403: ADDRESS SCHEDULED FOR DELIVERY BY ELMER F.ANDREWS, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Before The INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SECTION, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1939
September 13, 1939 R-404: ANDREWS APPROVES 32 CENTS-AN-HOUR MINIMUM WAGE IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 15, 1939 R-405: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMIITTEE
September 19, 1939 R-406: HEARING ON MILLINERY REC0MMENDATION OCTOBER 2ND
September 16, 1939 R-406: HYBRID SEED CORN SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
September 25, 1939 R-407: BURMINGHAM REGONAL ATTORNEY STARTS TO WORK
September 22, 1939 R-409: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF TWO INDUSTRY COMMITTEES FOR THE KNIT GOODS INDUSTRY
September 22, 1939 R-410: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 29 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
September 22, 1939 R-411: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 30 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
September 21, 1939 R-412: ENGLISH WALNUT WAGE-HOUR HEARING SEPTEMBER 28 AT SAN FRANCISCO
September 21, 1939 R-413: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING, GRADING AND PACKING OF UNSHELLED "ENGLISH" WALNUTS IN THE STATES OF CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND WASHINGTON, AND UNSHELLED FILBERTS IN THE STATES OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON FROM THE MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
September 16, 1939 R-414: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE PROCESSING OF HYBRID SEED CORN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
September 22, 1939 R-415: REGULATIONS GOVERNING FEDERAL-STATE COOPERATION IN WAGE-HOUR ENFORCEMENT MADE PUBLIC
September 26, 1939 R-416: HOMEWORK REGULATIONS EXTENDED
September 26, 1939 R-417: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 516 - Regulations on Records to Be Kept by Employers Pursuant to Section 11(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
September 28, 1939 R-418: APPAREL HEARING SET FOR OCTOBER 23
September 28, 1939 R-419: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
September 29, 1939 R-420: KNITTED OUTERWEAR COMMITTEE TO MEET OCTOBER 25
September 30, 1939 R-421: LEARNERS' CERTIFICATE CANCELLED
R-422:
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 1: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 2: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 3: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 4: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 29, 1939 R-422a: PART 5: FINDINGS AND OPINION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR Sept, 29, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIOH OF INDUSTRY C0MMITTEE NO. 1 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
September 30, 1939 R-423: NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF A SPECIAL CERTIFICATE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
September 29, 1939 R-424: ADMINISTRATOR SIGNS TEXTILE MINIMUM WAGE ORDER
October 4, 1939 R-425: APPLE STORAGE SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
October 4, 1939 R-426: IN THS MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(h)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUSD THEREUNDER
October 5, 1939 R-427: HEARING ON LEARNERS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY SET FOR OCTOBER 12
October 5, 1939 R-428: NOTICE OF RECONVENED HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
October 7, 1939 R-429: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED BENTONITE CLAY MINING
October 10, 1939 R-430: WESTERN PINE ASSOCIATION DENIED EXEMPTI0N
October 10, 1939 R-431: FINDING AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER October 4, 1939 in the matter of APPLICATION for The exemption of the Western Pine Industry from hte maxinun hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature, pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act
October 7, 1939 R-432: FINDING AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER October 4, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATIONS OF ARTIC CIRCLE EXPLORATION COMPANY, AMERICAN COLLOID COMPANY, NATIONAL CRUSHED STONE ASSOCIATION, INC., NATIONAL SAND AND GRAVEL ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SAND ASSOCIATION, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES
October 7, 1939 R-433: KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAl KNITTING COMMITTEE TO MEET OCTOBER 30
October 9, 1939 R-434: JAMES G. JOHNSON PLACED IN CHARGE OF ATLANTA REGIONAL OFFICE
October 7, 1939 R-435: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITT NO. 8 FOR PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
October 7, 1939 R-436: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE BENTONITE CLAY (SWELLING TYPE) MINING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 9, 1939 R-437: ANDREWS ISSUES STATEMENT ON EFFECTIVE DATE OF 42-H0UR WORKWEEK
October 10, 1939 R-438: HEARING SET ON APPLICATION OF TELEGRAPH COMPANIES FOR MESSENGER WAGE EXEMPTION
October 10, 1939 R-439: NOTICE OF HEARING In Re: Application of the Postal Telegraph Landline System and sundry other parties pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and rules and regulations issued thereunder for permission to employ messengers at wage rates less than the applicable minimum wage speciffied in Section 6
October 10, 1939 R-440: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE WESTERN PINE INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 12, 1939 R-441: LEARNER CERTIFICATES IN APPAREL INDUSTRY AFTER OCTOBER 24
October 12, 1939 R-442: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - LABOR WAGE HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
October 12, 1939 R-443: NOTICE OF ORDER FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
October 12, 1939 R-444: OPINION, FINDINGS AND ORDER October 10, 1939 In the Matter of REVIEW OF FINDINGS AMD DETERMINATIONS made upon APPLICATIONS FOR LEARNERS CERTIFICATES in the APPAREL INDUSTRY
October 14, 1939 R-445: FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER September 28, 1939 In the matter of Hearing on Proposed Amendments of Part 516 (Records to be Kept by Employers) of the Regulations Issued Under Section 11(c) under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. Red Caps or Hand-baggage Porters
October 14, 1939 R-446: ANDREWS AMENDS RECORD KEEPING REGULATI0NS AFTER RED CAP HEARING
October 14, 1939 R-447: FURTHER NOTICE OF HEARING AND CHANGE OF HEARING DATE In re: Application of the Postal Telegraph Landline System and sundry other parties pursuant to Section 14 of the Fair Labor Standards Aot of 1938 and rules and regulations issued thereunder for permission to employ messengers at wage rates less than the applicable minimum wage specified in Section 6
October 14, 1939 R-448: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 523 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO EMPPLOYMENT OF MESSENGERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
October 14, 1939 R-449: MESSENGER WAGE RATE HEARING MOVED UP TO OCTOBER 20
October 18, 1939 R-450: WAGE-H0UR RULING ON MEETINGS AND LECTURES AS HOURS WORKED AMPLIFIED
October 14, 1939 R-451: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS PART 516 - REGULATIONS ON RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
October 17, 1939 R-452: HEARING ON NEED FOR LEARNERS IN CIGAR MAKING INDUSTRY NOVEMBER 1
October 17, 1939 R-453: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATIONS OF THE CIGAR MANfUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC., THE YORK COUNTY (PA.) CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, THE FLORIDA CIGAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, AND ALLIES AND FISHER, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
October 17, 1939 R-454: WOMAN EDUCATOR NAMED TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
October 17, 1939 R-455: MESSENGER WAGE HEARING CANCELLED
October 18, 1939 R-456: THOMAS HOLLAND APPOINTED TRIAL EXAMINER ON THE APPAREL RECOMMENDATION
October 18, 1939 R-457: FOR NOTICE OP DESIGNATION OF TRIAL EXAMINER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY COMITTEE
October 19, 1939 R-458: WAGE-HOUR COUNSEL WARNS ON OVERTIME EVASION
October 18, 1939 R-459: POSTPONEMENT OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTE
October 17, 1939 R-460: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 33 ACGEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APP0INTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 8 FOR THE KNIITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
October 20, 1939 R-461: HYBRID SEED CORN SEASONAL EXEMPTION GRANTED
October 23, 1939 R-462: TEXTILE WAGE POSTERS MAILED TO MILLS
October 19, 1939 R-463 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE PROCESSING OF HYBRID SEED CORN FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LAB0R STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 21, 1939 R-464: APPALACHIAN APPLE SEASONAL EXEMPTION HEARING NOVEMBER 2
October 21, 1939 R-465: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE COLD STORAGE OF APPLES IN APPLE STORAGE WAREHOUSES IN THE "APPALACHIAN AREA" IN THE STATES OF PENNSYLVANIA, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 19, 1939 R-466: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER OCTOBER 19, 1939 In the matter of tho APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL KNITTED OUTERWEAR ASSOCIATION, THE UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, ET AL To employ learners at wages lower the the minimum wage applicable under Section 6 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 14 of the Act and Part 522, as amended, of regulations issued thereunder Knitted Outerwear Knitted Underwear
October 23, 1939 R-467: TEXTILE WAGE ORDER NOT GENERALLY ENJOINED
October 24, 1939 R-468: ISSUANCE OF LEARNER CERTIFICATES FOR KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY
October 27, 1939 R-470: SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED FOR LOUISIANA CANE SUGAR PROCESSING AND MILLING
October 27, 1939 R-471: HOSIERY LEARNER'S CERTIFICATE FOR GEORGIA MILL CANCELED
October 27, 1939 R-472: KNITTED OUTERWEAR COMMITTEE VOTES 35 CENT MINIMUM
October 27, 1939 R-473: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THAT PORTION OF THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY WHICH IS LOCATED LOUISIANA FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1933 PURSUAN TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
October 27, 1939 R-474: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 7 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
October 27, 1939 R-474a: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MINORITY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE #7 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
October 31, 1939 R-475: NORTH CAROLINA FIRST STATE TO SIGN WAGE-HOUR COOPERATION AGREEMENT
November 5, 1939 R-476: GEORGE DUEMLER APPOINTED REGIONAL ATTORNEY
November 1, 1939 R-477: KNITTED UNDEWEAR COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 33˝ CENTS AN HOUR MINIMUM WAGE
November 1, 1939 R-478: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMbER 8 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
November 3, 1939 R-479: RAILROAD INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
November 3, 1939 R-480: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 34 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
November 3, 1939 R-481: SHOE LEARNERS HEARING NOVEMBER 20 BEFORE MERLE D. VINCENT
November 3, 1939 R-482: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION THE FLORSHEIM SHOE COMPANY, SELBY SHOE COMPMY, G, R. KINNEY COMPANY, INC, MEDWED FOOTWEAR COMPANY, BLUM SHOE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 4, 1939 R-483: HEAR ARGUMENT OH MILLINERY RECOMMENDATION NOVEMBER 20
November 7, 1939 R-484: Determination and Order of the Presiding Officer October 31, 1939. IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE, ET. AL, TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 4, 1939 R-485: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUEMENT ON RECORD OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE
November 6, 1939 R-486: SUIT FILED TO COMPEL RAILROAD TERMINAL TO PAY "RED CAPS" MINIMUM WAGE
November 7, 1939 R-487: LEARNER CERTIFICATES FOR TEXTILE INDUSTRY
November 8, 1939 R-488: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATI0N AND ORDER RE EMPL0YMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE COTTON TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 15, 1939 R-489: PLACER GOLD MINING GRANTED SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 9, 1939 R-490: GLOVE LEARNER HEARING NOVEMBER 16
November 9, 1939 R-491: IN RE: APPLICATION THE WORK GLOVE INSTITUTE, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LEATHER GLOVE MFGS., INC., UNDERWEAR INSTITUTE, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND RULES AMD REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PEPMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE GLOVE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 14, 1939 R-492: CHRISTMAS TREE INDUSTRY ASKS SEASONAL EXEMPTION
November 14, 1939 R-493: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE HARVESTING, HANDLING, PROCESSING, SHIPPING OR DISTRIBUTING OF DECORATIVE GREENS, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 15, 1939 R-494: COLONEL FLEMING ANNOUNCES ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
November 15, 1939 R-495: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER November 6, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATIONS THE ARCTIC CIRCLE EXPLORATION COMPANY AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For the exemption of the mining of placer gold from surface or open cuts, from the maximum hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature, pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act and Part 526 of the Regulations issued thereunder Placer Gold
November 15, 1939 R-496: HEARING ON SHOE LEARNERS CANCELLED
November 14, 1939 R-497: HEARING ON APPAREL RECOMMENDATION ADJOURNED TO THURSDAY
November 18, 1939 R-498: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION GRANTING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE OPEN-CUT PLACER GOLD MINING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 18, 1939 R-499: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR LOUISIANA CANE SUGAR PROCESSING AND MILLING MADE FINAL
November 16, 1939 R-500: NOTICE OF CANCELATION OF HEARING ON APPLICATIONS OF THE FLORSHEIM SHOE COMPANY, SELBY SHOE COMPANY AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 18, 1939 R-501: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THAT PORTION OF THE CANE SUGAR PROCESSING AND MILLING BRANCH OF THE CANE SUGAR INDUSTRY WHICH IS LOCATED IN LOUISIANA FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 OP THE REGULATEONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 24, 1939 R-502: WAGE-HOUR SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR BRICK MANUFACTURING IN MAINE, VERMONT, AND NEW HAMPSHIRE GRANTED
November 24, 1939 R-503: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER November 15, 1939 In the matter of APPLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE BRICK MANUFACTURERS OF MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For the exemption of the manufacturing or processing of clay products (other than pottery) from the maximum hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act and Part 526 of the regulations issued thereunder Clay Products (other than pottery
November 25, 1939 R-504: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMlNATION GRANTING AHD DENYING CERTAIN APPLICATIONS FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 22, 1939 R-505: TELEPHONE OPERATOR LEARNER HEARING DECEMBER 7
November 22, 1939 R-506: RAW FUR SEASONAL EXEMPTI0N HEARING
November 22, 1939 R-507: HEARING ON WAGE RECOMMENDATION IN SHOE INDUSTRY DECEMBER 11
November 22, 1939 R-508: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 22, 1939 R-509: NOTICE OF FURTHER CHANGE IN DATES OF HEARING ON APPLICATIONS OF RAW FUR AND WOOL ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, INC., AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE RAW FUR RECEIVING INDUSTRY AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STADARDS ACT OF 1938 AND PART 526 OF REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
November 22, 1939 R-510: NOTICE OF HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE UNITED INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE ASSOCIATION AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMIISSION TO EMPL0Y LEARNERS AS SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS IN THE TELEPHONE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 22, 1939 R-511: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 6 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 30, 1939 R-511a: SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENTS on REPORTS AND RECOMMDATI0NS of INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 6 for the ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES in the SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES By 1. Powers Hapgood, Employee member of the Committee 2. H. E. Jenkins, Employer member of the Committee
December 7, 1939 R-511b: SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENT on REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS of INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 6 for the ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES in the SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
November 24, 1939 R-512: MAKERS OF TOOLS AND DIES USED TO PRODUCE GOODS FOR INTERSTATE COMMERCE HELD COVERED BY WAGE-HOUR LAW
November 22, 1939 R-513: CONSTITUTIONALITY OF FLSA UPHELD IN MONTGOMERY WARD CASE
November 28, 1939 R-514: NOTICE OF REOPENED HEARING IN RE: APPLICATION OF THE COTTON TEXTILE INSTITUTE AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND RULES AND REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER FOR PERMISSION TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LESS THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6
November 28, 1939 R-515: HEARING ON HAT REC0MMENDATI0N DECEMBER 18
November 28, 1939 R-516: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE REC0MMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
November 28, 1939 R-517: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 4 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY
November 28, 1939 R-517a: DISSENTING STATEMENTS BY WILLIAM T. CHRISTMAS MEMBER OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE INDUSTRY
December 11, 1939 R-517b: MINORITY REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NUMBER 4 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE HAT INDUSTRY
November 28, 1939 R-518: LEARNER HEARING REOPENED FOR CURTAIN INDUSTRY Additional Testimony on Curtain Branch of Textile Industry to be Heard December 13
November 28, 1939 R-519: NOTICE OF REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
November 28, 1939 R-520: REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER ON EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE OUTERWEAR AND UNDERWEAR INDUSTRIES
December 11, 1939 R-521: WALNUT AND FILBERT SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED
December 11, 1939 R-522: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER December 4, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA WALNIUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION, THE NORTH PACIFIC NUT GROWERS COOPERATIVE AND SUNDRY OTPIER PARTIES For exemption of the receiving, grading and packing of unshelled "Ehglish" v/alnuts in the States of California, Oregon and Washington, and unshelled filberts in the States of Oregon and Washington from the maximum hours pro'visions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1P30 pu.rsuant to Section 7(b)(3) and Part 526 of the Regulations issued thereunder
December 5, 1939 R-523: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 36 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
December 7, 1939 R-524: MAJOR CAMPBELL TO PRESIDE AT SHOE HEARING, DECEMBER 11
December 8, 1939 R-525: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. 6 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
December 8, 1939 R-526: FEDERAL GRAND JURY URGES INCREASED WAGE-HOUR LAW ENORCEMENT
December 12, 1939 R-527: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION DENYING APPLICATION FOR PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING, GRADING AND PACKING OF UNSHELLED "ENGLISH" WALNUTS IN IHE STATES OF CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND WASHINGTON, AND UNSHELLED FILBERTS IN THE STATES OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON FROM THE MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) AND PART 526 QF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 12, 1939 R-528: FINDINGS AND DETERMINATION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER December 4, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA WALNUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION, THE NORTH PACIFIC NUT GROWERS COOPERATIVE AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES For exemption of the receiving, grading and packing of unshelled "English" walnuts in the States of California, Oregon and Washington, and unshelled filberts in the States of Oregon and Washington from the maximum hours porovisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) and Part 525 of the Regulations issued thereunder
December 9, 1939 R-529: EDWARD J. PARKER, OF SALVATION ARMY, APPOINTED TO SHELTERED WORKSHOP COMMITTEE
December 9 1939 R-530: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 37 APP0INTMENT TO ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
December 11, 1939 R-531: SHOE HEARING SCHEDULED THROUGH WEEK
December 12, 1939 R-532: WILKES-BARRE (PA) HOSIERY MILLS LEARNERS' CERTIFICATES CANCELED
December 18, 1939 R-533: WAGE AND HOUR CASE HANDLING TO BE SPEEDED UNDER NEW PROCEDURE
December 19, 1939 R-534: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF TIME FOR FILING BRIEFS IN REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE KNITTED WEAR INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 1: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 2: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 3: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 4: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 5: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 6: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-535: PART 7: Findings and Opinion of the Administrator December 15, 1939 IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTE NO. 5 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE MILLINERY INDUSTRY
December 19, 1939 R-536: Wage Order December 15, 1939 In the Matter of the Recommendation of Industry Committee No. 5 for Minimum Wage Rates in the Millinery Industry
December 19, 1939 R-537: CLOSING OF BRIEFS IN KNIT GOODS LEARNER REVIEW POSTPONED
December 20, 1939 R-538: MAXIMUM HOURS AND OVERTIME COMPUTATION INTERPRETATION IS REVISED
December 16, 1939 R-539: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 4 FOR THE HAT INDUSTRY
December 16, 1939 R-540: OSCAR R. STRACKBEIN TO PRESIDE AT HAT HEARING, DECEMBER 18, 1939
January 19, 1939 R-541: FORTY CENT MILLINERY WAGE OROER ISSUED, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15
December 20, 1939 R-542: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION REJECTS PACKING HOUSE EXEMPTION CONTENTIONS
December 21, 1939 R-543: SWISHER CIGAR COMPANY MAKING $60,000 WAGE-HOUR RESTITUTION
December 27, 1939 R-544: DIRECT LINE OF AUTHORITY ESTABLISHED IN WAGE-HOUR DIVISION
January 17, 1940 R-545: LEARNERS' EXEMPTIONS DENIED FOR BOTH BRANCHES OF CIGAR-MAKING
December 26, 1939 R-546: PUBLIC HEARINGS ON WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR KNIT GOODS INDUSTRY SCHEDULED
January 2, 1940 R-547: PLACER GOLD MINING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
December 26, 1939 R-548: NOTICE ON HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
December 26, 1939 R-549: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 8 FOR THE KNITTED UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
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 2, 1940 R-551: HEARING ON SMITHFIELD HAM SEASONAL EXEMPTI0N APPLICATION JANUARY 9
January 8, 1940 R-552: WAGE-HOUR SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR BRICK MANUFACTURING IN MAINE, VERMONT, AND NEW HAMPSHIRE MADE FINAL
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 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 8, 1940 R-556: WAGE-HOUR LAW ENFORCEABLE ---- SAYS DIVISION'S ANNUAL REPORT
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 exera-ption of the dredging- and excavating of sand and gravel frora surface or open cuts frora the naxiraum hours provisions of the Fair L.?.bor Standards Act of 1938 as an industry of a seasonal nature, pursuant to Section 7(b)(3) of the Act a.nd 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 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-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 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 24, 1940 R=584: AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ADVISED ON COVERAGE OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
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 22, 1940 R-587: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR GRINDSTONE QUARRYING DENIED
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 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 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 22, 1940 R-593: OSBORNE OF LELAND STANFORD APPOINTED TO RAILROAD COMMITTEE
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 22, 1940 R-601: COURT ORDERS REINSTATEMENT OF EMPLOYEE WHO MADE WAGE-HOUR COMPLAINT
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. IA FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY
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 5, 1940 R-609: WORKWEEK TAKEN AS UNIT IN WAGE-HOUR CALCULATION
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 19, 1940 R-612: VIRGINIA-SMITHFIELD MEAT PACKERS SEASONAL EXEMPTION PROPOSED
February 20, 1940 R-613: TITLE 29 ~ LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 526 - AMENDMENTT OF REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 7 (b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
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 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 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 11, 1940 R-619: WAGE-HOUR CASE SETTLEMENTS SPEEDED, FLEMING REPORTS
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 9, 1940 R-622: ARGUEMENT ON RECORD OF SHOE HEARING TO BE HELD
February 13, 1940 R-623: REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER ON EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE CIGAR MANUFACTURING 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 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-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 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 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 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 15, 1940 R-634: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED TO EGG BREAKING INDUSTRY
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 15, 1940 R-637: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION GRANTING IN PART AND DENYIFG 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 14, 1940 R-638: RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE COMMENCES MINIMUM WAGE PUBLIC HEARINGS TODAY
February 24, 1940 R-639: AMENDED APPRENTICE REGULATIONS STRESS TRAINING STANDARDS
February 20, 1940 R-641: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 40 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 10 FOR THE LEATHER INDUSTRY
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
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 19, 1940 R-645: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION FILES SUIT AGAINST SWIFT and COMPANY ON OVERTIME
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 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 23, 1940 R-650: SEASONAL EXEMPTION DENIED SOUTHERN MILLINERY MANUFACTURERS
February 23, 1940 R-651: PAPER INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
February 27, 1940 R-652: REVIEW OF DENIAL OP 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 20, 1940 R-659: SEASONAL HOURS EXEMPTION PROPOSED FOR PLACER TIN MINING IN ALASKA
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 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 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 20, 1940 R-670: "KICKBACK" DEVICES TO AVOID COST OF TRAINING LEARNERS ILLEGAL, WAGE-HOUR GENERAL COUNSEL WARNS
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 15, 1940 R-673: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR NORTHERN BRANCH OF SAND AND GPAVEL INDUSTRY MADE FINAL
March 12, 1940 R-674: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 43 AUTHORIZATION OF BAIRD SNYDER TO ACT IN ABSENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
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 11, 1940 R-676: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PRESSES RED CAP SUIT
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 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 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 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 19, 1940 R-686: ANNUAL WAGE CONTACTS FILED BY HORMEL AND OTHERS
March 15, 1940 R-687: APPAREL ARGUMENT CLOSES
March 18, 1940 R-688: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO PART 541 OF REGULATIONS WITH REESPECT 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 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 26, 1940 R-697: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF !NSPCTORS
March 22, 1940 R-698: PAPER COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40 MINIMUM WAGE RATE
March 23, 1940R-699: FLEMING SIGNS ORDER INCREASING RATE OF 60,000 SHOE WORKERS
April 1, 1940 R-700: CONMPLYING ESTABLISMENTS TO BE PROTECTED, COLONEL FLEMING ANNOUNCES
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
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-708: RAILROAD INDUSTRY COTMMITEE TO RECONVENE MAY 3
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 1, 1940 R-711: WAGE-HOUR LAW NOT TO AFFECT FARMERS, COLONEL FLEMING ASSURES IN NATIONWIDE BROADCAST
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 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 4, 1940 R-717: MORE THAN NINETY PERCENT OF COTTON GINS EXEMPT FROM FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
April 9, 1940 R-719: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION AND ORDER RE EMPLOYMENT OP 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 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 9, 1940 R-724: HENRY T. HUNT NAMED WAGE-HOUR EXAMINER
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 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 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
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
April 13, 1940 R-734: COLONEL FLEMING SIGNS KITTED UNDERWEAR WAGE ORDER
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 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 18, 1940 R-739: "RETAIL" STATUS UNDER WAGE-HOUR lAW CLARIFIID
April 19, 1940 R-740: SECRETARY WALLACE AND COLONEL FLEMING TO DISCUSS WAGE-HOUR LAW
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 22, 1940 R-743: SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE WALLACE ENDORSES WAGE AND HOUR LAW
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 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 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 29, 1940 R-748: EXEMPTION FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS UNDER SECTION 13(a)(2) OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT EXPLAINED
April 28, 1940 R-749: WAGE-HOUR LITIGATION SHOWS SHARP INCREASE AS 18-MONTH PERIOD CLOSES
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 TEREEUNDER 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-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 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 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 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 29, 1940 R-760: ECONOMIC REPORT PREPARED ON CITRUS FRUIT PACKING INDUSTRY
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 10, 1940 R-763: INADEQUATE OR DISHONEST WAGE-HOUR RECORDS TO BRING PROSECUTION
May 2, 1940 R-764: COOPERATION AND INSPECTION BRANCH ABOLISHED
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 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 11, 1940 R-770: WAGE-HOUR HEARING ON REDEFINITION OF "EXECUTIVE", ETC. IN MANUFACTURING AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES JUNE 3
May 10, 1940 R-771: FLEMING ORDERS PAY INCREASE FOR 200,000 GARMENT WORKERS
May 12, 1940 R-772: WAGE-HOUR STUDY OF HOLLYWDOD JOBS ANNOUNCED
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-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 OFTHE TERMS "EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL...OUTSIDE SALESMAN" AS THEY AFFECT EMPLOYEES IN THE MNUFACTURING AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES
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 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 Effafetiv© 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 16, 1940 R-810: CARPET AND RUG COMMITTEE APPOINTED
May 17, 1940 R-811: LUGGAGE AKD LEATHER GOODS COMMITTEE APPOINTED
May 21, 1940 R-812: DEALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS ADVISED ON COVERAGE OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
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-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 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 21, 1940 R-819: INJUNCTION SIGNED AGAINST l80 ATLANTA PROLUCE DEALERS
May 28, 1940 R-820: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 54 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 2 FOR THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
May 24, 1940 R-821: APPARL QUESTION'S ANSWERED BY WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
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 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 31, 1940 R-826: ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD TO PAY MORE THAN $260,000 RESTITUTION
May 27, 1940 R-827: SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION POSITION ON COMMON AND CONTRACT TRUCKING
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
June 3, 1940 R-830: APPLICATIONS FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTIONS FROM CANNERS AND PACKERS WILL BE CONSIDERED
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 3, 1940 R-834: TWO FIRMS LOSE LEARNER'S CERTIFICATES
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 11, 1940 R-836: SEASONAL EXEMPTION OF NORTHERN BRANCH OF CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PROPOSED
June 10, 1940 R-837: EMPLOYEES MUST BE PAID FOR SHORT REST PERIODS
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 10, 1940 R-839: WAGE-HOUR DRIVE FOR COMPLIANCE IN LUMBER INDUSTRY BEGUN
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 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 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 18, 1940 R-844: AVERAGING OF HOURS UNDER COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS CLARIFIED
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 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-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 19, 1940 R-851: FOREST FIRE FIGHTERS EXEMPT FROM WAGE-HOUR LAW
June 14, 1940 R-852: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INOUSTRY 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 18, 1940 R-855: WILLIAM N. LOUCKS APPOINTED TO CARPET AND RUG COMMITTEE
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 17, 1940 R-857: BAIRD SNYDER NAMED DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR OF WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
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 16, 1940 R-861: WAGE AND HOUR INSPECTIONS OF LUMBER INDUSTRY SHOW HIGH PERCENTAGE NOT IN COMPLIANCE
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 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 18, 1940 R-865: COURT REVIEW FOR WOOL WAGE ORDER
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 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 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 27, 1940 R-877: EFFECT OF PUERTO RICO AMENDMENT TO WAGE-HOUR LAW EXPLAINED BY FLEMING
June 26, 1940 R-878: INADEQUATE RECORDS OF VIRGINIA LUMBER MAN LEADS TO WAGE-HOUR INJUNCTION
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 8, 1940 R-885: BULLETIN ON TRUCKING EMPLOYEES REVISED
July 2, 1940 R-886: CONNECTICUT AND MINNESOTA LABOR DEPARTMENTS TO MAKE INSPECTIONS FOR WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
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 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 16, 1940 R-891: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 56 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
July 22, 1940 R-893: Overtime Provisions of Union Agreements and Wage-Hour Act Explained in Supplement to Official Bulletin
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 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 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-901: GEORGIA FIRM HELD IN CONTEMPT FOR IGNORING WAGE-HOUR INJUNCTION
July 17, 1940 R-902: J. R. DILLE TO MAKE WAGE-HOUR SURVEY IN ALASKA
July 15, 1940 R-903: HOSIERY MANUFACTURER PAYS $11,052 IN RESTITUTION
July 16, 1940 R-904: CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS COMITTEE APPOINTED
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 CONTRCTING 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 22, 1940 R-907: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 57 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMTTTEE NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
July 19, 1940 R-908: LANDSCAPE CONTRACTING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
July 23, 1940 R-909: GRASS AND FORAGE SEEDS PREPARING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
July 19, 1940 R-910: FLEMING UPHOLDS DECISION ON CIGAR LEARNERS
July 27, 1940 R-910(a): FLEMING CLARIFIES DENIAL OF PERMIT FOR LEARNERS IN CIGAR INDUSTRY
July 22, 1940 R-911: PUERTO RICO LINENS AND APPAREL TIED UP AS "HOT GOODS"
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 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 22, 1940 R-914: EMBROIDERY MINIMUM WAGE C0MMITTEE APPOINTED
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) MD IN SECTION 13(a)(l0) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
July 26, 1940 R-917: 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE ORDERED FOR PAPFR INDUSTRY
July 24, 1940 R-919: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION COMPLETES FIRST MONTH IN NATIONWIDE LUMBER DRIVE BACK PAY RESTITUTION WELL PAST QUARTER-MILLION MARK
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-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 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
July 27, 1940 R-928: TWO MINING DETERMINATIONS ANNOUNCED
July 25, 1940 R-929: FINAL HEARING TO REDEFINE EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES, OUTSIDE SALESMAN, TO START THURSDAY, JULY 25
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
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 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
July 27, 1940 R-933: WOOL LEARNER HEARING AUGUST 9
July 29, 1940 R-934: DISTRICT WAGE BOARD TO MAKE WAGE-HOUR INVESTIGATIONS
August 6, 1940 R-935: FLEMING UPHOLDS DECISION ON GRINDSTONE QUARRYING
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 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 3, 1940 R-942: COLONEL FLEMING APPOINTS COMMITTEE TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGES FOR PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES
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 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 14, 1940 R-947: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 13 FOR THB LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY
August 16, 1940 R-948: LEARNER REGULATION AS REVISED BY WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATOR
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 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 14, 1940 R-953: HEARING ON LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS WAGE RECOMMENDATION SEPTEMBER 5
August 13, 1940 R-954: BACKGROUND OF OPP COTTON MILLS, INC., VS. ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
Septeber 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
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 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 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 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 20, 1940 R-966: GRAIN ELEVATOR EXEMPTION STAYED PENDING HEARING
August 16, 1940 R-967: ARTHUR J. WHITE APPOINTED HEAD OF NEW YORK, CONNECTCUT AND NEW JERSEY WAGE-HOUR REGION
August 25, 1940 R-968: WAGE AND HOUR COMPLIANCE DRIVE BEGINS IN FIVE INDUSTRIES
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
September 3, 1940 R-973: WAGE-HOUR CHIEF RELEASES BULLETIN DISCUSSING WAGE PAYMENTS
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 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 27, 1940 R-984: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 62 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
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 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 30, 1940 R-987: COLONEL FLEMING REPORTS ON SECOND MONTH OF WAGE—HOUR LUMBER DRIVE
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-990: WAGE-HOUR COMMITTEE SCHEDULES HEARINGS FOR PUERTO RICAN NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRY
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
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
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 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 4, 1940 R-996: REGULATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY
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 6, 1940 R-999: LEARNERS IN GLOVE BRANCH APPAREL INDUSTRY
Septmber 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 6, 1940 R-1001: REVISED REGULATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN APPAREL INDUSTRY
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 5, 1940 R-1004: HOSIERY LEARNER CERTIFICATES EXTENDED SIXTY DAYS
September 4, 1940 R-1005: REHEARING ASKED IN CLEVELAND RED CAP WAGE-HOUR SUIT
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 7, 1940 R-1008: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FILES FOUR REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL SEASONAL DETERMINATIONS IN CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY
September 9, 1940 R-1009: FIRST SUPPIEMENTARY CRUSHED STONE SEASONAL DETERMINATION BECOMES FINAL
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-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 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 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 6, 1940 R-1016: $20,000 RESTITUTION WON BY MIDWESTERN WHOLESALE GROCERY AND FRUIT COMPANY WORKERS
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 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 10, 1940 R-1022: BACKGROUND OF MONTGOMERY WARD CASE
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-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 9, 1940 R-1025: REGULATIONS GOVERNING DEDUCTIONS FROM WAGES REVISED
September 12, 1940 R-1026: "AREA OF PRODUCTION" DEFINITION CHANGE POSTPONED FOR PACKING OF APPLES AND PEARS
September 13, 1940 R-1027: VIRGINIA—WEST VIRGINIA—MARYLAND FIRST THREE STATES TO COMPLETE WAGE-HOUR LUMBER DRIVE
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 14, 1940 R-1029: TWO MORE CRUSHED STONE FIRMS INCLUDED IN "SEASONAL" EXEMPTION PRIVILEGES
September 28, 1940 R-1030: LAST OF CRUSHED STONE "SEASONAL" EXEMPTIONS FILED WITH WAGE-HOUR BECOME FINAL
September 13, 1940 R-1031: SPORTSWEAR JACKETS IN 40-CENT WAGE GROUP
September 16, 1940 R-1032" RADIO PERFORMERS COVERED BY WAGE-HOUR LAW, COLONEL FLEMING HOLDS
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 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 24, 1940 R-1039: NEW WAGE-HOUR APPRENTICE REGULATIONS ISSUED
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 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 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 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 19, 1940 R-1048: COLONEL FLEMING HEADS WAGE-HOUR GROUP SAILING TO STUDY PUERTO RICAN WAGE PROBLEM
September 22, 1940 R-1049: NEW PROCEDURE EXPEDITES WAGE-HOUR COMPLIANCE
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 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 20, 1940 R-1056: $60,000 RESTITUTION FOR 300 LACE MAKERS
September 24, 1940 R-1057: 36 CENT MINIMUM FOR RAILROADS OPPOSED AT HEARING
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
October 7, 1940 R-1060: 40-HOUR WORKWEEK DOES NOT BEGIN UNTIL OCTOBER 23
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
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 10, 1940 R-1064: FOUR MORE WAGE AND HOUR OFFICES AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE HANDICAPPED CERTIFICATES
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 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
September 28, 1940 R-1069: NEW "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REGULATIONS POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER 1 FOR CANNING OF CERTAIN COMMODITIES
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 4, 1940 R-1074: HEARING TO DETERMINE ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM AND COAST RAILROAD BASIS OF WAGE DEDUCTIONS UNDER FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
October 3, 1940 R-1075: PUERTO RICAN COMMIITTEE RECOMMENDS NEEDLE WORK RATES
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 4, 1940 R-1078: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION OBTAINS INJUNCTION AGAINST 116 LUMBER FIRMS
October 11, 1940 R-1079: HOURS EXEMPTION EXTENDED TO "DIRECT-CONSUMPTION SUGAR"
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 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 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 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 21, 1940 R-1087: 6,469 ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD EMPLOYEES SHARE IN $260,000 RESTITUTION PAYMENT
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 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 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 15, 1940 R-1094: ALL $200-A-M0NTH WORKERS NOT EXEMPT
October 15, 1940 R-1095: CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY RECOMMENDS 40, 38, 3S-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 18, 1940 R-1097: FILE MOTION TO SPEED HEARING IN RED CAP CASE
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 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 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 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 25, 1940 R-1108: DRIVE FOR COMPLIANCE IN PECAN SHELLING INDUSTRY
October 23, 1940 R-1109: COLONEL FLEMING TO ADDRESS NATION ON "OVERTIME BEGINS AT 40"
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-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
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
October 30, 1940 R-1119: ALL BRANCH OFFICES OF FIRMS IN VIOLATION TO BE INVESTIGATED
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-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
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 4, 1940 R-1129: OVERTIME EVASIONS ILLEGAL
October 31, 1940 R-1130: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION FILES APPEAL BRIEF SUPPORTING RED CAPS
November 1, 1940 R-1131: PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE COMMITTEE TO MEET NOVEMBER 12
November 8, 1940 R-1132: JEWELRY COMIITTEE TO MEET NOVEMBER 25
November 1, 1940 R-1133: INFORMAL HEARINGS ON METAL MINING COMING
October 31, 1940 R-1134: FALSIFICATION OF RECORDS CHARGED TO GEORGIA TEXTILE MILL
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 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 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 7, 1940 R-1141: ANOTHER $10,000 RESTITUTION PAYMENT MADE TO ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD EMPLOYEES
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 7, 1940 R-1143: PHILADELPHIA SILK COMPANY INDICTED IN GEORGIA
November 9, 1940 R-1144: $10,000 RESTITUTION ORDERED PAID TO 75 LUMBER COMPANY WORKERS "INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR" DEVICE RULED OUT
November 18, 1940 R-1145: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION COMPLETES FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN IN NATION'S LUMBER INDUSTRY
November 13, 1940 R-1146: RIGHT TO EXAMINE RECORDS UPHELD
November 18, 1940 R-1147: 40 CENT MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FOR PORTABLE LAMP WORKERS
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-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 20, 1940 R-1153: "SEASONAL" EXEMPTIONS INDICATED FOR PEANUT WAREHOUSING; DENIED FOR PEANUT SHELLING
November 19, 1940 R-1154: NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY ISSUED UNDER EEGULATIONS, PART 522
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 19., 1940 R-1156: NOTICE OF FURTHER HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPSCIAL 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-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 29, 1940 R-1166: DATA REQUESTED FOR WAGE-HOUR MINING CONFERENCE
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 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 26, 1940 R-1173: LUMBER COMPANY ORDERED TO PRODUCE PAYROLL RECORDS
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 27, 1940 R-1175: JEWELRY RECOMMENDATION TO COVER MORE WORKERS
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 2, 1940 R-1179: FIRST BANK CASE BROUGHT BY WAGE-HOUR DIVISION
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 3, 1940 R-1184: TEN CHICAGO ADVERTISING HOUSES ENJOINED
December 5, 1940 R-1185: FIRST WAGE-HOUR MINING CONIFERENCE DECEMBER 11 AT SALT LAKE CITY
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 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-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-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 16, 1940 R-1195: WAGE-HOUR INSPECTION ORDERED TO CHECK CHRISTMAS CHILD LABOR VIOLATIONS
December 12, 1940 R-1196: 40-H0UR WEEK MOBILIZING MANPOWER, COL. FLEMING TELLS MANUFACTURERS
December 11, 1940 R-1197: APPEAL TAKEN IN PUERTO RICO NEEDLEWORK WAGE-HOUR CASES
December 12, 1940 R-1198: SAN ANTONIO PECAN FIRM ENJOINED IN WAGE-HOUR CASE
December 11, 1940 R-1199: GEORGIA COTTON MILLS FINED $1,500 TOTAL IN WAGE-HOUR CASES
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 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 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 18, 1940 R-1209: 40- AND 35-CENT MINIMUM RATES RECOMMENDED FOR JEWELRY INDUSTRY WORKERS
December 20, 1940 R-1210: DRUG, MEDICINE, AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY COMMITTEES APPOINTED
December 18, 1940 R-1211: COURT ORDERS $20,000 RESTITUTION IN WAGE-HOUR VIOLATION BY POWER COMPANY
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 19, 1940 R-1214: DRUG INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED
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 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 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 30, 1940 R-1226: SECOND WAGE-HOUR MINING CONFERENCE JANUARY 14 AT BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
December 28, 1940 R-1227: HEARING ON ENAMELED UTENSIL WAGE RECOMMENDATION TO BE HELD IN WASHINGTON HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. C.
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
January 2, 1941 R-1230: INCREASE FOR 4400 WORKERS IN EMBROIDERY ESTABLISHMENTS
January 1, 1941 R-1231: $100,000,000 MORE TO SUB-STANDARD PAY ENVELOPES IN 1941
January 4, 1941 R-1232: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 17 FOR THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
January 6, 1941 R-1233: PUBLIC HEARING ON JEWELRY MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION JANUARY 21
January 14, 1941 R-1234: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 11, 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 PARAGPAPH (8) OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
January 7, 1941 R-1235: MINNESOTA LUMBER FIRMS PAYING $35,256 TO EMPLOYEES IN WAGE-HOUR RESTITUTION
January 8, 1941 R-1236: 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
January 7, 1941 R-1237: THE 40-HOUR WEEK IN NATIONAL DEFENSE, FLEMING TOPIC
January 8, 1941 R-1238: PACKING COMPANY ORDERED TO PRODUCE BOOKS AND RECORDS IN WAGE-HOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT
January 8, 1941 R-1239: MORE TIME GIVEN FOR FILING BRIEFS, NOTICE OF ARGUMENT IN PORTABLE LAMP WAGE RATES
January 10, 1941 R-1240: PUBLIC HEARING ON WAGE RECOMMEDATIONS FOR CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY January 29
January 9, 1941 R-1241: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY To be held January 29, 1941 at Washington, D. C.
January 8, 1941 R-1242: FLEMING ANSWERS SLOAN ON OVERTIME
January 9, 1941 R-1243: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE 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 THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
January 9, 1941 R-1244: RAW FUR RECEIVING SEASONAL EXEMPTION MADE FINAL
January 14, 1941 R-1245: PORTLAND, OREGON, CRUSHED STONE FIRM INCLUDED IN "SEASONAL" EXEMPTION PRIVILEDGES
January 10, 1941 R-1246: TEXAS JUDGE HOLDS WAGE SCALE MANIPULATION, "ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION" PAYMENTS DO NOT COMPLY WITH WAGE-HOUR ACT
January 14, 1941 R-1247: DELIGATING AUTHORITY TO ALL ACTING TERRITORIAL REPRESENTATIVES TO ISSUE ORDERS OF INVESTIGATION AND SUBPOENAS
January 14, 1941 R-1248: WAGE-HOUR BENEFITS TO REACH PUERTO RICO SUGAR MILL WORKERS UNDER FIRST CIRCUIT COURT DECISION
Januar 17, 1941 R-1249: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 30 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 19 FOR THE DRUG, MEDICINE AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY
January 15, 1941 R-1250: $73,258 WAGE-HOUR PAY-OFF IN ARIZONA
January 18, 1941 R-1251: COLONEL FLEMING DECIDES TO APPROVE WAGE RATES RECOMMENDED FOR PUERTO RICO GLOVES
January 17, 1941 R-1252: JUDGE DENIES APFLICATION FOR INJUNCTION AGAINST ENFORCEMENT OF "HOT GOODS" CLAUSE
January 18, 1941 R-1253: 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 INDUSTRIES OTHER THAN THE NEEDLEWORK, SUGAR, AND LEAF TOBACCO INDUSTRIES
January 18, 1941 R-1254: MINIMUM WAGE MEETING FOR PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES FEBRUARY 18
January 24, 1941 R-1255: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 78 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 7 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY: NO. 10 FOR THE LEATHER INDUSTRY: NO. 11 FOR THE PULP AND PRIMARY PAPER INDUSTRY: NO. 13 FOR THE LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS INDUSTRY: AND NO. 15 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
January 24, 1941 R-1256: FIVE INDUSTRY COMMITTEES DISSOLVED
January 31, 1941 R-1257: SUPPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 12, 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
January 25, 1941 R-1258: FIFTEEN ILLINOIS COMPANIES ENJOINED FROM VIOLATING WAGE-HOUR ACT
January 28, 1941 R-1259: ADMINISTRATVE ORDER NO. 81 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. 19 FOR THE DRUG, MEDICINE, AND TOILET PREPARATION INDUSTRY
January 28, 1941 R-1260: FLORIDA COURT HOLDS MAIL CONTRACTOR'S EMPLOYEES COVERED BY WAGE-HOUR LAW
January 28, 1941 R-1261: FLEMING APOLOGIZES TO SLOAN
February 1, 1941 R-1262: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 82 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO
January 31, 1941 R-1263: 40 CENTS AN HOUR RECOMMENDED FOR DRUG, MEDICINE AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRIES
February 4, 1941 R-1264: IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE WOVEN OR KNITTED FABRIC GLOVE AND THE LEATHER GLOVE DIVISIONS OF THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO. WAGE ORDER Effective February 19, 1941
February 1941 R-1265: MINIMUM WAGE FOR PAPER PRODUCTS SUPPORTED AND OPPOSED AT WAGE-HOUR HEARING
February 11, 1941 R-1266: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 19 FOR THE DRUG, MEDICINE, AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY
February 4, 1941 R-1267: COLONEL FLEMING SAYS COURT'S WAGE-HOUR DECISION PROTECTS WAGE INCREASES OF $100,000,000
February 10, 1941 R-1268: PUBLIC HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DRUG, MEDICINE AND TOILET PREPARATIONS MARCH 10
February 11, 1941 R-1269: MEN'S SHIRTS, SINGLE PANTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
February 10, 1941 R-1270: DIVISION WILL APPEAL DALLAS NEWS CASE
February 11, 1941 R-1271: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 83 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 20 FOR THE SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS, AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTR
February 13, 1941 R-1272: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
February 14, 1941 R-1273: DEFENSE IMPORTANCE OF LABOR RELATIONS STRESSED IN ANNUAL WAGE—HOUR REPORT
February 13, 1941 R-1274: NOTICE OF CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 18 FOR THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
February 13, 1941 R-1275: NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED JOINT REGULATIONS OF THE SECRETARY OF LABOR AND THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE AID HOUR DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR CONCERNING THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS AT SUBMINIMUM RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND THE COTTON GARMENTS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS, UNIFORM AND CLOTHING, WORK GLOVES, AND MEN'S RAINCOAT INDUSTRIES UNDER THE PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT
February 13, 1941 R-1276: HEARING ON APPAREL LEARNERS FEBRUARY 27
February 14, 1941 R-1277: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENTDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective March 1, 1941
February 25, 1941 R-1278: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 85 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 22 FOR THE RUBBER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
February 4, 1941 R-1279: RUBBER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING IDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
February 14, 1941 R-1280: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSIRY COMMITTEE NO. 17 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
February 15, 1941 R-1281: TITLE 29 LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - PART 545 - REGULATIONS RELATING TO HOME WORKERS IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
Febraury 19, 1941 R-1282: TITLE 29 — LABOR - CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - PART 526 — INDUSTRIES OF A SEASONAL NATURE SUPLEMENTARY DETERMINATION NO. 12, IN THE MATTER OF AN EXEMPTION FOR THE QUARRYING OF CRUSHED STONE FROM SURFACE OR OPEN CUTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF 'THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PAR'T 566 AS AMENDED, OF TiiE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH (6) OF.THE ORIGINAL DETEMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO THE HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
Febraury 19, 1941 R-1283: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 84 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 21 FOR THE SEAMLESS HOSIERY INDUSTRY
February 20, 1941 R-1285: ADMINISTRAT0R APPROVES WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY
February 27, 1941 R-1286: MINIMUM WAGE ORDER FOR RAILROAD WORKERS EFFECTIVE MARCH FIRST
February 22, 1941 R-1287: PUERTO RICAN COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR 12 ISLAND INDUSTRIES
February 26, 1941 R-1288: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO APPLY FOR RECONSIDERATION OR PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION OF REASONABLE COST TO THE ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM, AND COAST RAILROAD OF BOARD, LODGING OR OTHER FACILITIES CUSTOMARILY FURNISHED TO EMPLOYEES OF THE ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM, AND COAST RAIILROAD
February 26, 1941 R-1289: FAIR CHARGES FOR LODGING FURNISHED TO A. B. and C. EMPLOYEES
February 21, 1941 R-1290: CIGARS OF PENNSYLVANIA MANUFACTURER HELD UP UNDER "HOT GOODS" CLAUSE OF WAGE AND HOUR LAW
February 25, 1941 R-1291: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR HEARING ON PROPOSED JOINT REGULATIONS OF THE SECRETARY OF LABOR AND THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE WAGE ANO HOUR DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR CONCERNING EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS AT SUBMINIMUM RATES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND THE COTTON GARMENTS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS, UNFORM AND CLOTHING, WORK GLOVES AND MEN'S RAINCOAT INDUSTRIES UNDER THE PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT
February 25, 1941 R-1292: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO IN INDUSTRIES OTHER THAN THE NEEDLEWORK, SUGAR, AND LEAF TOBACCO INDUSTRIES
February 25, 1941 R-1293: PUBLIC HEARING ON PUERTO RICAN RECOMMENDATIONS MARCH 12
March 1, 1941 R-1294: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 12 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective March 17, 1941
March 3, 1941 R-1295: UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY REVIEWS WAGES PAID UNDER FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 6, 1941 R-1296: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 87 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 24 FOR THE CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
March 6, 1941 R-1297: CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
March 4, 1941 R-1298: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
March 4, 1941 R-1299: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 86 - DESIGNATING TERITORIAL REPRESENTATIVE IN PUERTO RICO AS AUTHORIZED TO ACT FOR THE ADMINISTRATOR IN PUERTO RICO IN CONNECTION WITH THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS
March 6, 1941 R-1300: HEARING ON DEDUCTIONS FOR DINING CAR MEALS TO BE HELD
R-1301: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 88 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 23 FOR THE GRAY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY
March 6, 1941 R-1302: GRAY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
March 7, 1941 R-1303: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE NO. 17 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
March 7, 1941 R-1304: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 89 AUTHORIZATION OF HAROLD D. JACOBS TO ACT ON THE AFTERNOON OF MARCH 6 AND ON MARCH 7, 1941 IN THE ABSENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR, THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR AND THE ASSISTANT TO THE ADMINISTRATOR
March 1941 R-1305: ORAL ARGUMENT ON JEWELRY WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS MARCH 19
March 8, 1941 R-1306: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 90 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATIONS FROM AND APPOINTMENTS TO THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO
March 11, 1941 R-1307: 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 LEAF TOBACCO INDUSTRY
March 11, 1941 R-1308: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 91 DELEGATING AUTHORITY TO JOHN J. BRAUNER, ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF REGION X, TO ISSUE ORDERS OF INVESTIGATION AND SUBPOENAS
March 11, 1941 R-1309: PUERTO RICAN COMMITTEE TO STUDY LEAF TOBACCO INDUSTRY
March 13, 1941 R-1310: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 92 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 25 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
March 13, 1941 R-1311: ADMINISTRATOR ANNOUNCES NEW TEXTILE COMMITTEE
March 14, 1941 R-1312: SEAMLESS HOSIERY COMMITTEE TO MEET APRIL 7
March 18, 1941 R-1313: CORRECTION SHEET FOR R-1313
March 17, 1941 R-1314: REVISED "AREA OF PRODUCTION" REGULATIONS ISSUED
March 23, 1941 R-1315: MODIFIED PORTAL TO PORTAL WAGE-HOUR OPINION ANNOUNCED
March 15, 1941 R-1316: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 93 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 22 FOR THE RUBBER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
March 19, 1941 R-1317: TITLE 29 - LAB0R CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE VEGETABLE, FRUIT, FRUIT JUICE CANNING INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO - WAGE ORDER Effective March 22, 1941
March 24, 1941 R-1318: DIVISION'S POSITION ON EXEMPTION OF TRUCK MECHANICS, ETC.
March 25, 1941 R-1319: TITLE 29 - CHAPTER V - PART 516 - REGULATIONS ON RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 25, 1941 R-1320: RECORD KEEPING REGULATIONS AMENDED
March 22, 1941 R-1321: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE EXCLUSION OF ESTABLISHMENTS MANUFACTURING BETTER GRADE DRESSES (DRESSES OTHER THAN HOUSE DRESSES AND KINDRED ARTICLES OF APPAREL) FROM THE REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.040 to 522.052) AS PUBLISHED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER OF SEPTEMBER 7, 1940
March 21, 1941 R-1322: HEARINGS ON "BETTER GRADE DRESSES" LEARNERS APRIL 3
March 26, 1941 R-1323: TITLE 29 - CHAPTER V - PART 516 — REGULATIONS ON RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS PURSUANT TO SECTION 11(c) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
March 22, 1941 R-1324: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 19 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE IN THE DRUG, MEDICINE AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY
April 10, 1941 R-1325: ADMINISTRATOR WARNS AGAINST SPECIOUS EPLOYEES' SUITS
March 24, 1941 R-1326: U. S. COURT HOLDS OVERTIME MUST BE COMPUTED ON "REGUAR RATE"
March 26, 1941 R-1327: ADMINISTRATOR SAYS SUBPOENA POWER UNIMPAIRED
March 27, 1941 R-1328: RUBBER COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE
March 25, 1941 R-1329: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 94 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 23 FOR THE GRAY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY
March 25, 1941 R-1330: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF HEARING ON THE MATTER OF THE EXCLUSION OF ESTABLISHMENTS MANUFACTURING BETTER GRADE DRESSES (DRESSES OTHER OTHER THAN HOUSE DRESSES AND KINDRED ARTICLES OF APPAREL) FROM THE REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY (PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.040 TO 522.052) AS PUBLISHED IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER OF SEPTEMBER 7, 1940
March 25, 1941 R-1331: DRESS LEARNER HEARING POSTPONED TO APRIL 10
March 26, 1941 R-1332: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 95 APPOINTING PETER M. TAMBURO AS ACTING REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF REGION XIV, AND DELEGATING AUIHORITY TO ISSUE ORDERS OF INVESTIGATION AND SUBPOENAS
March 29, 1941 R-1333: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE DEHYDRATING OF CITRUS PULP AND WASTE 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 31, 1941 R-1334: DEHYDRATING OF CITRUS PULP AND WASTE SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
April 5, 1941 R-1335: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 22 FOR THE RUBBER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
April 1, 1941 R-1337: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTKY COMMITTEE NO. 18 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE ENAMELED UTTENSIL INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective April 21, 1941
April 1, 1941 R-1337: (REVISED) TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 18 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective April 21, 1941
April 1, 1941 R-1338: ADMINISTRATOR APPROVES WAGE RECOMMENDATI0N FOR ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
April 1, 1941 R-1339: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 96 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 23 FOR THE GRAY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY
April 1, 1941 R-1340: SOME PUERTO RICAN NEEDLEWORK PIECE RATES CHANGED
March 31, 1941 R-1341: ADMINISTRATOR UPHOLDS PORTAL TO PORTAL HOURS FOR MINERS: POSTPONES EFFECTIVE DATE TO MAY 1
April 2, 1941 R-1342: TITLE 29 — CHAPTER V - PART 545 - REGULATIONS RELATING TO HOME WORKERS IN THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
April 3, 1943 R-1343: GRAY IRON FOUNDRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE
April 7, 1941 R-1344: WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION WITHIN STATES COVERED - Federal Wage-Hour Law Applies as Long as Goods Come From Without the State, Federal Judge Holds
April 8, 1941 R-1345: LOFT BUILDING EMPLOYEES HELD COVERED
April 8, 1941 R-1346: SEAMLESS HOSIERY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 36 CENTS
April 9, 1941 R-1347: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 98 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMIITTEE FOR PUETO RICO
April 9, 1941 R-1348: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 97 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 20 FOR THE SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS, AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY
April 8, 1941 R-1349: NEW CHAIRMAN NAMED FOR MEN'S SHIRTS AND SINGLE PANTS INDUSTRY
April 15, 1941 R-1351: NOTICE OF HEARING RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY AT WAGE RATES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE RATE APPLICABLE UNDER THE ADMINISTRATOR' WAGE ORDER FOR THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
April 15, 1941 R-1352: HEARING ON LEARNER CERTIFICATES IN ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY SET FOR APRIL 28
April 16, 1941 R-1353: ADM1NISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 99 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENt TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 25 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
April 16, 1941 R-1354: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 21 FOR THE SEAMLESS HOSIERY INDUSTRY
April 1941 R-1355: TEXTILE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 37-1/2 CENTS MINIMUM
April 16, 1941 R-1356: PUBLIC HEARING ON 36 CENT MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF SEAMLESS HOSIERY COMMTTTEE MAY 1
April 1941 R-1357: 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDED FOR MEN'S SHIRTS, SINGLE PANTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS
April 17, 1941 R-1358: WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION FILES SUIT AGAINST DISTRICT SAND AND GRAVEL CONCERN
April 21, 1941 R-1360: SEASONAL EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN GRAIN WAREHOUSES PROPOSED FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING: APPEAL POSSIBLE
April 19, 1941 R-1361: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING OF GRAIN, SOY BEANS, FLAXSEED, AND BUCKWHEAT INTO GRAIN ELEVAT0RS 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
April 18, 1941 R-1362: JAMES G. JOHNSON PROMOTED TO ASSISTANT TO THE ADMINISTRATOR
April 22, 1941 R-1363: IN THE MATTER OF THE AMENDMENT OF REGULATIONS, PART 516, (REGULATIONS ON RECORDS) ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
April 23, 1941 R-1364: OVERTIME WORK, EXTRA SHIFTS INCREASE PLANT PROFITS, GENERAL FLEMING SAYS
April 22, 1941 R-1365: DENIAL OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE NO BAR TO INSPECTION, SAYS FLEMING
April 24, 1941 R-1366: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNIIY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO 22 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE RUBBER PR0DUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
April 25, 1941 R-1367: PUERTO RICAN COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 20 CENTS AN HOUR FOR TOBACCO STRIPPING
April 30, 1941 R-1368: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 100 IN THE MATTER OF THS RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 17 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN TES JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY and APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 26 FOR THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
April 24, 1941 R-1369: WAGE-HOUR OVERTIME NOT LIMITED TO MINIMUM WAGE, FLEMING MAINTAINS
April 30, 1941 R-1370: ADMINISTRATOR DISAPPROVES JEWELRY WAGE RECOMMENDATION; REFERS MATTER TO ANOTHER CCMMITTEE
April 30, 1941 R-1371: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 25 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
April 30, 1941 R-1372: HEARING ON 37-1/2 CENT TEXTILE MINIMUM WAGE POSTPONED TO MAY 15
May 3, 1941 R-1373: PUERTO RICAN COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS BROADENING OF NEEDLEORK WAGE ORDER
May 1, 1941 R-1374: 34 CENT MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDED FOR CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY WORKERS
May 3, 1941 R-1375: ADMINISTRATVE ORDER NO. 101 - DESIGNATING FORREST H. SHUFORD, COMMISSIONER, NORTH CAROLINA DEPARMENT OF LABOR, AS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUGH SPECIAL CERTIFICATES
May 2, 1941 R-1376: LABOR COMMISSIONER OF NORTH CAROLINA EMPOWERED TO ISSUE SUBPOENAS AND HANDICAPPED WORKERS' CERTIFICATES
May 1, 1941 R-1377: AUTHORIZING FORREST H. SHUFORD, COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OF NORTH CAROLINA TO ISSUE ORDERS OF INVESTIGATION AND SUBPOENAS
May 9, 1941 R-1378: IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 16 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective July 1, 1941
May 15, 1941 R-1379: FIRST REPORT OF CTIRUS FRUIT PACKING INDUSTRY DRIVE REVEALS COOPERATION, GENERAL FLEMING ANNOUNCES
May 9, 1941 R-1380: ADMINISTRATOR ISSUES WAGE ORDER FOR PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
May 6, 1941 R-1381: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE EXEMPTION OF THE MINING OF PLACER GOLD BY MEANS OF BUCKET DREDGES, DRAG LINES, AND OTHER METHODS EMPLOYING POWER MACHINERY 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
May 6, 1941 R-1382: PLACER GOLD MINING SEASONALITY RE-OPENED
May 13, 1941 R-1383: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE PACKING AND DRYING OF UNSHELLED WALNUTS AND FILBERTS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS A BRANCH OR BRANCHES OF AN INDUSTRY AND OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 13, 1941 R-1384: PACKING AND STORING OF WALNUTS AND FILBERTS SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPT10N
May 9, 1941 R-1385: PRIMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF THE EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING OF RAW SHORN FLEECE WOOL AT PRIMIRY CONCENTRATION POINTS AND COUNTRY RECEIVING STATIONS INCLUDING THE ASSEMBLING, GRADING, SACKING, AND PREPARING OF SUCH WOOL FOR SHIPMENT, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS A BRANCH OF AN INDUSTRY AND 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
May 9, 1941 R-1386: EXEMPTION TO BE ISSUED FOR WOOL HANDING
May 9, 1941 R-1387: ADMINNISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 103 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 27 FOR THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
May 9, 1941 R-1388: COMMITTEE APPOINTED FOR WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
May 7, 1941 R-1389: NOTICE OF WITHDRAWEL OF APPLICATION FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSIRY AT WAGE RATES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE RATE APPLICABLE UNDER THE WAGE ORDER FOR THE ENAMELED UTENSIL INDUSTRY
May 12, 1941 R-1390: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECIMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 24 FOR THE CLAY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
May 12, 1941 R-1391: HEARING ON BRICK WAGE JUNE 10
May 19, 1941 R-1392: INDUSTRIAL CARPETBAGGERS A MENACE, GENERAL FLEMING TELLS MISSISSIPPI BANKERS
May 12, 1941 R-1393: WAGE RAISES CANNOT COVER OVERTIME
May 10, 1941 R-1394: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTFR 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 STRAW HAT, MANUFACTURED COCOANUT, AND VEGETABLE PACKING IDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO - WAGE ORDER Effective May 12, 1941
May 9, 1941 R-1395: MINIMUM WAGE RATES ISSUED FOR THREE PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES
May 9, 1941 R-1396: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF LOGGING OPERATIONS IN THE COUNTIES OF BENEWAH, BONNER, BOUNDARY, SHOSHONE, KOOTENAI, AND LATAH IN THE STATE OF IDAHO AND IN ADJACENT AREAS, FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AS A BRANCH OF AN INDUSTRY AND OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGUIATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 12, 1941 R-1397: HEARING ON IDAHO LOGGING OPERATIONS - MAY 23
May 13, 1941 R-1398: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 104 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 28 FOR THE KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
May 13, 1941 R-1399: KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTKG INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
May 13, 1941 R-1400: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 105 DESIGNATING EUNICE BOYLES, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MINIMUM WAGE BOARD, AS AUTHORIZED REPRENTATIVE TO GRANT OR DENY APPLICATIONS FMOR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF HANDICAPPED WORKERS, AND TO CANCEL SUCH SPECIAL CERTIFICATES
May 13, 1941 R-1401: DISTRICT MINIMUM WAGE BOARD MAY ISSUE WAGE-H0UR HANDICAPPED CERTIFICATES
May 13, 1941 R-1402: LAW NO BAR TO ADDED PAY IN LIEU OF VACATIONS
May 16, 1941 R-1403: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AHD HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.140 TO 522.159 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEAENERS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
May 16, 1941 R-1404: RE-CODIFICATION, REVISION OF REGULATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY ARE ANNOUNCED
May 16, 1941 R-1405: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECCOMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 23 FOR THE GREY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY
May 16, 1941 R-1406: HEARING JUNE 4 ON RSCOMMENDED 40 CENT MINIMUM FOR FOUNDRIES
May 14, 1941 R-1407: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 106 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 27 FOR THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
May 15, 1941 R-1408: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RFCOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE CIGARETTE; CIGAR; BAY OIL, BAY RUM AND AROMATIC ALCOHOL; FULL-FASHIONED HOSIERY; HAIR NET; MATTRESS, QUILT AND PILLOW; RAFFIA HANDBAG; AND OCEAN PEARL BUTTON INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO - WAGE ORDER Effective May 19, 1941
May 14, 1941 R-1409: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION OF THE CITY MOTOR TRUCKING COMPANY, PORTLAND, OREGON, 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 UNDER SECTION 7(b)(5) AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER, AND PARAGRAPH 3 OF THE ORIGINAL DETERMINATION MADE IN THE MATTER OF THE CRUSHED STONE INDUSTRY PURSUANT TO HEARING HELD JUNE 19, 1939
May 14, 1941 R-1410: ADMINISTRATOR APPROVES 7 OF 8 PUERTO RICAN WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS
May 15, 1941 R-1411: HEARING ON PORTLAND FIRM'S APPLICATION FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION SET FOR MAY 27
May 16, 1941 R-1412: ADMINISTRATVIE ORDER NO. 107 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 26 FOR THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
May 16, 1941 R-1413: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE NATIONAL GRAIN TRADE COUNCIL, MILLERS' NATIONAL FEDERATION, AND SUNOREY OTHER PARTIES FOR THE EXEXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING OF GRAIN, SOY BEANS, FLAXSEED, AND BUCKWHEAT INTO 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 REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 20, 1941 R-1414: LABOR DID THE WORK, FLEMING INSISTS - Says Manufacturers' Head Failed to Credit Labor for Defense Achievements
May 20, 1941 R-1415: HEARING JUNE 2 IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE ON SEASONAL NATURE OF THE FLAT WAREHOUSING OF GRAIN IN SACKS
May 20, 1941 R-1416: PROTEST AGAINST WAIVING 40-HOUR WEEK AS A SEASONAL INDUSTRY FOR DEHYDRATING CITRUS TO BE HEARD JUNE 5 AT LOS ANGELES
May 20, 1941 R-1417: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF THE CALIFORNIA WAREHOUSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE FLAT WAREHOUSING OF GRAIN, AND THE STORAGE OF OTHER AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES 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
May 20, 1941 R-1418: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DEHYDRATING OF CITRUS PULP AHD WASTE FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LAROR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
May 22, 1941 R-1419: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 109 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 30 FOR THE LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
May 23, 1941 R-1420: NEWLY APPOINTED LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE TO MEET JUNE 23
May 23, 1941 R-1421: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 108 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITIEE NO. 29 FOR THE WOOD FURNITURE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
May 22, 1941 R-1422: WOOD FURNITURE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO MEET JUNE 17
May 20, 1941 R-1423: ADMINISTRATOR SUGGESTS RECORD KEEPING ON DOUBLE PAY INSTEAD OF VACATIONS
May 21, 1941 R-1424: 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDED BY JEWELRY COMMITTEE
May 22, 1941 R-1425: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 29 FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RFCOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE WOOD FURNTURE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
May 23, 1941 R-1426: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 30 FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR THE LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
May 26, 1941 R-1427: GENERAL FLEMING ASKS HIGH COURT TO REVIEW RED CAP CASE
May 27, 1941 R-1428: NOTICE OF HEARING RE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE SHADE DIVISION OF THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM RATE APPLICABLE UNDER THE ADMINISTRATOR'S WAGE ORDER FOR THIS INDUSTRY
May 27, 1941 R-1429: HEARING ON LEARNERS IN THE LAMP SHADE DIVISION OF THE PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY SET FOR JUNE 9
May 28, 1941 R-1430: VACATION PAY NOT COMPENSATION FOR HOURS WORKED
May 30, 1941 R-1431: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 26 FOR THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
May 30, 1941 R-1432: PUBLIC HEARING ON JEWELRY MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION SET FOR JUNE 24
June 6, 1941 R-1433: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 14 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective June 30, 1941
June 6, 1941 R-1434: ADMINISTRATOR ADOPTS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION, ISSUES WAGE ORDER FOR 40, 38 AND 36-CENT RATES IN CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
June 2, 1941 R-1435: DRIVE FOR FULL WAGE-HOUR COMPLIANCE IN CANNING INDUSTRY BEGINS
June 3, 1941 R-1436: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 110 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 27 FOR THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 16, 1941 R-1438: 40-HOUR WORK WEEK — 30-CENT MINIMUM DO NOT APPLY WHERE SALES ARE 75% RETAIL
June 6, 1941 R-1439: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 112 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 28 FOR THE KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
June 6, 1941 R-1440: NOTICE OF FURTHER HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR PUERTO RICO FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS HANDWORK DIVISION OF THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
May 6, 1941 R-1441: HEARING ON PUERTO RICAN COMMITTEE MINIMUM WAGE RSCOMMENDATIONS FOR MISCELLANEOUS HANDWOORK TO RECONVENE JUNE 12
June 6, 1941 R-1442: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE APPLICATION OF G. ELFENBEIN, INCORPORATED, OF NEW YORK CITY, TO EMPLOY LEARNERS AT LESS THAN THE APPILICABLE MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF "MELES" (DIAMONDS OF ONE-QUARTER OF A KAKAT OR LESS) AND TO CONSIDER WAGE RATES FOR APPRENTICES IN THE DIAMOND INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
June 9, 1941 R-1443: ADMINISTRATOR APPROVES 37-1/2 CENT MINIMUM FOR TEXTILE INDUSTRY
June 9, 1941 R-1444: HEARING ON LEARNER AND APPRENTICE RATES IN DIAMOND INDUSTRY SET FOR JUNE 27 AT NEW YORK
June 6, 1941 R-1445: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 111 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 27 FOR THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 10, 1941 R-1446: ADMINISTRATOR ADVISES PACKERS AND CANNERS TO KEEP PAYROLL RECORDS UP TO DATE
June 10, 1941 R-1447: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 23 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE IN THE GRAY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY
June 11, 1941 R-1448: WORKING TIME D0ES NOT NECESSARILY BEGIN AT PLANT GATES ADMINISTRATOR SAYS
June 13, 1941 R-1449: FARM IMPLEMENT DEALERS TO CONFER JUNE 24
June 11, 1941 R-1450: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40 CENT MINIMUM FOR WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 13, 1941 R-1451: IN THE MATTER OF THE PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 OF THE RECEIVING OF RAW SHORN FLEECE WOOL AT PRIMARY CONCENTRATION POINTS AND COUNTRY RECEIVING STATIONS, INCLUDING THE ASSEMBLING, GRAADING, SACKING, AND PREPARING OF SUCH WOOL FOR SHIPMENT, 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 13, 1941 R-1452: WOOL HANDLING EXEMPT FROM 40-HOUR WEEK AS "SEASONAL"
June 13, 1941 R-1453: LEARNERS' PERMITS DENIED IN CHERRY PACKING
June 14, 1941 R-1454: NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF PRESIDING OFFICER FOR CONDUCT OF INQUIRY INTO THE WAGES, HOURS, AND OTHER CONDITIONS AND PRACTICES OF EMPLOYMENT OF RED CAPS BY RAILROAD OR TERMINAL COMPANIES, PURSUANT TO S. RES. 105
June 14, 1941 R-1455: ADMINISTRATOR'S DECISION - IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATIONS OF THE NATIONAL GRAIN TRADE COUNCIL, MILLERS' NATIONAL FEDERATION AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE RECEIVING OF GRAIN, SOY BEANS, FLAXSEED, AND BUCKWHEAT INTO GRAIN ELEVATORS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISION 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 16, 1941 R-1456: GRAIN ELEVATORS GET SEASONAL EXEMPTION FROM 40-HOUR WEEK
June 17, 1941 R-1458: NOTICE OF HEARING TO DETERMINE THE REASONABLE COST TO THE UNION MANUFACTURING COMPANY AND TO ANY AFFILIATED PERSONS OF BOARD, LODGING, OR OTHER FACILITIES CUSTOMARILY FURNISHED TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THE UNION MANUFACTURING COMPANY
June 17, 1941 R-1459: GEORGIA MILL VILLAGE COSTS TO BE INVESTIGATED
June 19, 1941 R-1460: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 20 FOR THE SINGLE PANT5, SHIRTS, AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY
June 19, 1941 R-1461: HEARING ON RECOMMENDED 40-CENT WAGE FOR SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS SET FOR JULY 30
June 20, 1941 R-1462: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 19 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE DRUG, MEDICINE, AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective July 7, 1941
June 20, 1941 R-1463: 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE FOR DRUG, MEDICINE AND TOILET PREPARATIONS INDUSTRY APPROVED
June 18, 1941 R-1464: 40-CENT MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FOR KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
June 19, 1941 R-1465: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 113 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 30 FOR THE LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
June 20, 1941 R-1466: 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE PER HOUR RECOMMENDED FOR WORKERS IN WOOD FURNITURE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
June 21, 1941 R-1467: WAGE-HOUR COVERAGE OF SAND AND GRAVEL DREDGE EMPLOYEES CLARIFIED
June 24, 1941 R-1468: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 114 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 30 FOR THE LUMBER AND TIMBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
June 24, 1941 R-1469: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 28 FOR THE KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
June 24, 1941 R-1470: PUBLIC HEARING ON 40-CENT WAGE RECOMMENDATION FOR KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY JULY 9
June 29, 1941 R-1471: RECRUITING AND TRAINING PROGRAMS RATHER THAN LENGTHENED WORKING HOURS FAVORED BY BRITISH INOUSTRY, REPORT SHOWS
June 26, 1940 R-1472: LOWELL SUN DECISION TO BE APPEALED
July 1, 1941 R-1473: APPEAL TAKEN IN PUERTO RICO NEEDLEWORK COOPERATIVE WAGE-HOUR CASE
July 1, 1941 R-1474: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMIIITTEE NO. 27 FOR THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 30, 1941 R-1475: HEARING ON 40-CENT MINIMUM FOR WOMEN'S APPAREL SET FOR JULY 28
June 30, 1941 R-1476: FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CANNERS WARNED AGAINST LETTING CONTRACTS TO WAGE-HOUR VIOLATORS
June 27, 1941 R-1477: LUMBER COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS WAGE-HOUR LAW AMENDMENT TO COVER LOCAL MANUFACTURING
July 1, 1941 R-1478: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 22 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE RUBBER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective July 28, 1941
June 30, 1941 R-1479: 40-CENT WAGE FOR RUBBER INDUSTRY APPROVED
July 1, 1941 R-1480: NO GENERAL LEARNER REGULATIONS TO BE ISSUED FOR SHADE DIVISION OF PORTABLE LAMP AND SHADE INDUSTRY
July 5, 1941 R-1481: FEDERAL JUDGE HOLDS OIL WATCHMEN NECESSARY TO INTERSTATE COMMERCE
July 1, 1941 R-1482: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 26 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATES IN THE JEWELRY MAANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
July 3, 1941 R-1483: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 20 FOR THE KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY
July 3, 1941 R-1484: HEARING ON 40-CENT WAGE FOR KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER 15
July 8, 1941 R-1485: DECISION RELEASES $200,000 TO SOUTHERN GARMENT WORKERS
July 3, 1941 R-1486: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION FILES 27 SUITS TO END VIOLATIONS IN PEARL BUTTON INDUSTRY
July 7, 1941 R-1487: WAGE ORDERS INCREASE RATES OF 800,000
July 5, 1941 R-1488: REDCAP HEARINGS SCHEDULED FOR CHICAGO, JULY 15 AND ST. LOUIS, JULY 21
July 4, 1941 R-1489: NOTICE OF HEARINGS ON THE SUBJECT OF WAGES, HOURS AND OTHER CONDITIONS AND PRACTICES OF EMPLOYMENT OF RED CAPS
July 19, 1941 R-1490: ADMINISTRATOR APPOINTS NEW SHOE COMMITTEE
July 10, 1941 R-1491: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 119 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 35 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
July 9, 1941 R-1492: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS HANDWORK DIVISION OF THE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES AND THE LEAF TOBACCO INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO AND ON AMMENDING REGULATIONS OF THE WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, PART 536, CHAPTER V, TITLE 29, WITH REFERENCE TO THE DEFINITION OF THE "AREA OF PRODUCTION" FOR THE PUERTO RICAN LEAF TOBACCO INDUSTRY
July 22, 1941 R-1493: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 545 - REGULATIONS RELATING TO HOME WORKERS IN IHE NEEDLEWORK INDUSTRIES IN PUERO RICO
July 22, 1941 R-1494: NEW PUERTO RICAN PIECE WORK RATES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 12
July 9, 1941 R-1495: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 115 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 32 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
July 9, 1941 R-1496: KNITTED OUTERWEAR IINDUSTRY COMMITTEE APPOINTED
July 11, 1941 R-1497: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 116 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 31 FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL INDUSTRY (MEN'S NECKWEAR, ROBES, GARTERS, SUSPENDERS, ARM BANDS, COVERED BUTTONS AND BUCKLES, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND FEATHERS)
July 10, 1941 R-1498: MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETS AUGUST 28
July 15, 1941 R-1499: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 117 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 33 FOR THE PASSENGER MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY
July 14, 1941 R-1500: BUS AND TRUCK WAGE COMMITTEES APPOINTED
December 16, 1941 R-1672: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS AT LESS THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE IN THE SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY AND THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 AND IN THE PERFORMANCE OF GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO THE PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT AND THE SECRETARY'S DETERMINATIONS UNDER THAT ACT FOR THE COTTON GARMENTS AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
December 17, 1941 R-1673: APPAREL LEARNER HEARING DECEMBER 22
December 13, 1941 R-1674: SNYDER NAMED ACTING WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR
December 14, 1941 R-1675: FOURTH SHIFT ANSWER TO 168 HOUR WEEK
December 15, 1941 R-1676: OVERTIME PAY IN DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS MEETS WAGE-HOUR REQUIREMENT
December 19, 1941 R-1677: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 134 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR THE RAILROAD AND PROPERTY CARRIER INDUSTRY OF PUERTO RICO
December 19, 1941 R-1678: PUERTO RICO TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE TO HOLD HEARING JANUARY 7
December 17, 1941 R-1679: PAYMENT OF OVERTIME IN DEFENSE BONDS OR STAMPS LEGAL UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW
December 18, 1941 R-1680: WAITING TIME DURING BLACK-OUT NOT "HOURS WORKED" UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW
December 19, 1941 R-1681: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR THE RAILROAD AND PROPERTY CARRIER INDUSTRY OF PUERTO RICO FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING EVIDENCE TO BE CONSIDERED IN RECOMMENDING MINIMUM WAGE RATES FOR SUCH INDUSTRY
December 16, 1941 R-1682: CIGARETTE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS 40 CENTS
December 17, 1941 R-1683: WAGE-HOUR SUPREME COURT CASE RESULTS IN $2,500 FINE
December 23, 1941 R-1670: NOTICE OF FURTHER HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DEHYDRATING OF CITRUS PULP AND WASTE FROM THE MAXIMUH 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
December 23, 1941 R-1671: THREE CITRUS PULP HEARINGS IN JANUARY
December 30, 1941 R-1684: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR QUALIFICATION OF EXEMPTION THAT HAS BEEN GRANTED TO THE OPEN CUT MINING OF PLACLR GOLD 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 AMMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 30, 1941 R-1685: 15 DAYS FOR OBJECTIONS TO GOLD-MINING DETERMINATION
December 27, 1941 R-1686: IN THE MATTER OF DETERMINATION THAT THE FLAT WAREHOUSING OF GRAIN INCLUDING RICE IN THE STATES OF CALIFORNIA, WASHINGTON, OREGON, AND IDAHO IS 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
December 30, 1941 R-1687: EXEMPTION FOR FLAT WAREHOUSING OF GRAIN STANDS
December 30, 1941 R-168: NOTICE OF PSPTPONEMENT OP FURTHER HEARING ON THE HOME WORK PROBLEM IN TRE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
December 30, 1941 R-1689: HEARING ON HOME WORK IN WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY 16
December 24, 1941 R-1690: U. S. CIRCUIT COURT OPINION HOLDS CERTAIN ELEVATOR OPERATORS WATCHMEN, FIREMEN ETC., COVERED BY WAGE AND HOUR LAW PROVISIONS
December 27, 1941 R-1691: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 38 FOR THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY To be held January 19, 1942
December 29, 1941 R-1692: CIGARETTE HEARING JANUARY 19
December 27, 1941 R-1693: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 135 RESIGNATION AND REPLACEMENT OF CHAIRMAN AND NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF CONVENING OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR THE RAILROAD AND PROPERTY CARRIER INDUSTRY OF PUERTO RICO
December 27, 1941 R-1694: RAPER NAMED CHAIRMAN OF PUERTO RICO TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY COMMITTEE, TO MEET JANUARY 8, 1942
January 14, 1942 R-1695: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE DEHYDRATING OF CITRUS PULP AND WASTE 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
December 27, 1941 R-1696: CIGAR WAGE ORDER HEARING JANUARY 13
December 27, 1941 R-1697: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 37 FOR THE CIGAR INDUSTRY To be held January 13, 1942 at Washington, D. C.
December 30, 1941 R-1698: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF THE HEARING TO DETERMINE THE REASONABLE COST TO THE PIEDMONT COTTON MILLS, INCQRPORATED, AND TO ANY AFFILLATED PERSONS, OF LODGING AND OTHER FACILITIES CUSTOMARILY FURNISHED TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THE PIEDMONT COTTON MILLS, INCORPORATED
December 30, 1941 R-1699: PIEDMONT COTTON MILLS, INCORPORATED, DEDUCTION HEARING POSTPONED TO JANUARY 30, 1942
January 6, 1942 R-1700: PART 541 - PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO 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
January 6, 1942 R-1701: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO EXTEND OVERTIME EXEMPTION OF TRANSPORTATION EMPLOYEES
January 6, 1942 R-1702: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 136 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 39 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
January 6, 1942 R-1703: THIRD TEXTILE COMITTEE TO MEET JANUARY 21
January 7, 1942 R-1704: U. S. DISTRICT COURT OPINION UPHOLDS BENEFITS OF WAGE-HOUR LAW FOR NON-RETAILING EMPLOYEES OF WHOLESALERS
January 7, 1942 R-1705: WAGE-HOUR LAW MEANS $200,000 IN BACK WAGES TO DISTRICT EMPLOYEES IN 1941
January 7, 1942 R-1706: BUILDING OWNERS WARNED EMPLOYEES MAY BE COVERED
January 9, 1942 R-1707: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 137 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 40 FOR THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY
January 9, 1942 R-1708: GLOVES AND MITTENS COMMITTEE TO MEET JANUARY 27
January 11, 1942 R-1709: AHOTHER U. S. CIRCUIT COURT UPHOLDS DIVISION ON OVERTIME
January 12, 1942 R-1710: WAGE-HOUR COMPLIANCE GOOD IN CANNING INDUSTRY
January 10, 1942 R-1711: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 32 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION, OR REGULATION OF HOME WORK IN THE INDUSTRY
January 10, 1942 R-1712: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 34 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE PROPERTY MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY
January 13, 1942 R-1713: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 139 NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF CONVENING OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 39 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
January 13, 1942 R-1714: THIRD TEXTILE COMMITTEE MEETING POSTPONED TO JANUARY 22
January 15, 1942 R-1715: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 136 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 41 FOR THE LUGGAGE, LEATHER GOODS, AND WOMEN'S HANDBAG INDUSTRY
January 15, 1942 R-1716: LUGGAGE, LEATHER GOODS, AND WOMEN'S HANDBAG COMMITTEE TO MEET FEBRUARY 3
January 31, 1942 R-1717: PREMA FACIE DETERMINATION IN THE MATTER OF THE EXEMPTION OF THE MINING OF SAPPHIRES 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 WITHIN THE MEANING OF SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526, AS AMENDED, OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
January 31, 1942 R-1718: 40-HOUR EXEMPTION FOR SAPPHIRE MINING UNDERWAY
January 19, 1942 R-1719: MORE CONTINOUS-OPERATION SCHEDULES
January 19, 1942 R-1719a: There are attached four more schedules for the continuoUs operation of plants in the war emergency without violation of the Wage and Hour Law
January 20, 1942 R-1720: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF FURTHER HEARING ON THE HOME WORK PROBLEM IN THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
January 20, 1942 R-1721: HEARING ON HOME WORK IN WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY AGAIN POSTPONED
January 17, 1942 R-1722: PART 541 - REGULATIONS DEFINING AND DELIMITING TERMS "ANY EMPLOYEE EMPLOYED IN A BONA FIDE EXECUTIVE, ADMINISRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL, OR LOCAL RETAILING CAPACITY, OR IN THE CAPACITY OF OUTSIDE SALESMAN" PURSUANT TO SECTION 13(a)(1) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
January 17, 1942 R-1723: AMENDMENT EXTENDS OVERTIME EXEMPTION OF TRANSPORTATION EMPLOYEES
January 22, 1942 R-1725: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 140 RESIGNATION AND REPLACEMENT OF EMPLOYER MEMBER AND APPOINTMENT OF THREE ADDITIONAL MEMBERS TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 40 FOR THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY
January 25, 1942 R-1726: NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTION OF MERLE D. VINCENT FOR GUSTAV PECK AS PRESIDING OFFICER AT THE HEARING TO DETERMINE THE REASONABLE COST TO THE PIEDMONT COTTON MILLS, INCORPORATED AND TO ANY AFFILIATED PERSONS OF BOARD, LODGING AND OTHER FACILITIES CUSTOMARILY FURNISHED TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THE PIEDMONT COTTON MILLS, INCORPORATED
January 22, 1941 R-1727: TEXTILE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40 CENTS MINIMUM
January 27, 1942 R-1728: NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF PROCURING, HAULING, HANDLING, COOLING, CANDLING, GRADING, PACKING AND SHIPPING OF EGGS IN THE STATES OP IOWA, MINNESOTA, NORTH DAKOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA FROM THB MAXIMUM HOUR PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT CF 1938 AS A BRANCH OF AN INDUSTRY AND OF A SEASONAL NATURE PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AND PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGUIATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
January 27, 1942 R-1729: SEASONAL EXEMPTION HEARING IN EGG HANDLING IN FOUR STATES TO BE HELD AT MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., FEBRUARY 10
January 27, 1942 R-1730: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 32 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION OR REGULATION OF HOME WORK IN THE INDUSTRY
February 2, 1942 R-1731: NEWSPAPER MANAGEMENT AND LABOR INVITED TO CONFEREACE ON MARCH 2
January 28, 1942 R-1732: NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE FOR THE FILING OF BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 37 FOR MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE CIGAR INDUSTRY
January 28, 1942 R-1733: GLOVES AND MITTENS COMMITTEE UNANIMOUS IN RECOMMENDING 40 CENTS MINIMUM HOURLY WAGE RATE
R-1734: TEXTILE HEARING FEBRUABY 20
Februrary 2, 1942 R-1735: RUBBER STAMP AND MARKING DEVICE MANUFACTURERS COVERED BY 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE ORDER
January 30, 1942 R-1736: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RSCOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 39 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY To be held February 20, 1942
January 31, 1942 R-1737: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF THE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR THE RAILROAD AND PROPERTY MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY OF PUERTO RICO
January 31, 1942 R-1738: PUERTO RICAN TRANSPORTATION WAGE HEARING TO BE HELD IN WASHINGTON FEBRUARY 24
February 5, 1942 R-1739: CHANGING CLOTHES AND "HOURS WORKED"
February 9, 1942 R-1740: WAGE-HOUR DIVISION APPROVES WESTERN UNION ALLOWANCE TO MESSENGERS FOR USE OF BIKES
February 12, 1942 R-1741: STATUS OF FARM IMPLEMENT DEALERS UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW
February 4, 1942 R-1742: LUGGAGE COMMITTEE UNANIMOUSLY RECOMMENDS 40 CENTS MINIMUM
February 12, 1942 R-1743: EMPLOYER'S PART IN PENSIONS NEED NOT AFFECT REGULAR RATE OF PAY
February 10, 1942 R-1744: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 40 FOR THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY, AND ON THE HOME WORK PROBLEM IN SUCH INDUSTRY
February 9, 1942 R-1745: GLOVE HEARING MARCH 2
February 10, 1942 R-1746: ADMINISTRATOR'S STATEMENTS TO INSURANCE COMPANIES CLARIFY WAGE-HOUR COVERAGE
Febraury 10, 1942 R-1747: APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANIES
February 11, 1942 R-1748: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TIME AND PLACE OF FURTHER HEARING ON THE HOMEWORL PROBLEM IN THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
February 10, 1942 R-1749: HEARING ON HOMEWORK IN WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY POSTPONED TO MARCH 5 AND WILL BE HELD IN NEW YORK HEADQUARTERS
February 14, 1942 R-1750: 40-CENT MINIMUM FOR INTERSTATE TRUCKING
February 14, 1942 R-1751: IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 34 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE PROPERTY MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective March 16, 1942
February 20, 1942 R-1752: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 141 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 42 FOR THE GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
February 20, 1942 R-1753: GRAIN COMMITTEE APPOINTED
February 27, 1942 R-1754: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMEDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 36 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY
February 27, 1942 R-1755: ORAL ARGUMENT SCHEDULED MARCH 17 FOR TOBBACCO INDUSTRY WAGE RECOMMENDATION
March 16, 1942 R-1756: APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO EMPLOYEES OF COMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS
March 10, 1942 R-1757: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 142 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY CCMMITTEE NO. 42 FOR THE GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
R-1758: GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE
March 16, 1942 R-1759: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 41 FOR THE LUGGAGE, LEATHER GOODS, AND WOMEN'S HANDBAG INDUSTRY
March 16, 1942 R-1760: SETS PUBLIC HEARING MARCH 30 ON 40-CENT PER HOUR MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION FOR LUGGAGE, LEATHER GOODS, AND WOMEN'S HANDBAG INDUSTRY
March 11, 1942 R-1761: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 144 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 42 FOR THE GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
March 25, 1942 R-1762: ADMINISTRATOR CLARIFIES EXEMPTION PROVISIONS FOR MOTOR CARRIER EMPLOYEES
March 23, 1942 R-1763: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO, 143 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 43 FOR THE BUTTON AND BUCKLE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
March 23, 1942 R-1765: COMMITTEE NAMED TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGE FOR BUTTON AND BUCKLE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
March 26, 1942 R-1766: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 37 FOR MINIMUM WAGES IN THE CIGAR INDUSTRY Reargument April 1, 1942
March 26, 1942 R-1767: SET ORAL ARGUMENT APRIL 1 ON CIGAR INDUSTRY MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION
March 27, 1942 R-1768: BUTTON AND BUCKLE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE
April 4, 1942 R-1769: 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE ORDERED IN KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY EFFECTIVE APRIL 20; HOMEWORK RESTRICTED BEGINNING NOVEMBER 30
April 8, 1942 R-1771: TITLE 29 — LABOR CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 617.100 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OP HOME WORKERS IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY
April 6, 1942 R-1772: TEXTILE INDUSTRY 40-CENT WAGE ORDER AFFFCTS 150,000 WORKERS
April 8, 1942 R-1773: SET PUBLIC HEARING APRIL 23 ON BUTTON AND BUCKLE INDUSTRY MINIMUM WAGE
April 8, 1942 R-1774: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO, 43 FOR THE BUTTON AND BUCKLE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY To be held April 23, 1942
April 9, 1942 R-1775: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 39 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective April 20, 1942
April 7, 1942 R-1776: PUBLIC HEARING ON GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY MINIMUM WAGE SET FOR APRIL 20
April 8, 1942 R-1777: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 146 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 9 FOR THE RAILR0AD CARRIER INDUSTRY
April 9, 1942 R-1778: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V ~ WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS AT LESS THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY
April 9, 1942 R-1779: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO FILE WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 40 FOR A MNIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY
April 6, 1942 R-1780: WAGE ORDER SIGNED FOR PUERTO RICAN R.R. AND PROPERTY CARRIER INDUSTRY
April 9, 1942 R-1781: ORAL ARGUMENT TO BE HEARD APRIL 20 ON HOMEWORK RESTRICTION IN GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY HEARING ON LEARNERS SET FOR APRIL 28
April 8, 1942 R-1782: TITLE 29 — LABOR - CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR THE RAILROAD AND PROPERTY CARRIER INDUSTRY OF PUERTO RICO FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE RAILROAD AND PROPERTY CARRIER INDUSTRY OF PUERTO RICO - WAGE ORDER Effective Aprll 7, 1942
April 9, 1942 R-1783: NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO FILE WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RESTRICTION, REGULATION OR ABOLITION OF HOME WORK IN THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY
April 9, 1942 R-1784: ORAL ARGUMENT SET FOR APRIL 27 ON WOMEN'S APPAREL HOMEWORK QUESTION
April 7, 1942 R-1785: NOTICE OF HEARING ON MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 42 FOR THE GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
April 13, 1942 R-1786: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 147 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 44 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY
April 27, 1942 R-1794: WAGE-HOUR STAND ON WAR PROBLEMS GIVEN BY WALLING
May 1, 1942 R-1797: WALLING COORDINATES WAGE-HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACT LAW'S
April 29, 1942 R-1799: PAPER CORPORATION FINED $3,000 ON "HOT GOODS" CONVICTION
May 1, 1942 R-1801: IN THE MATTER OF APPLICATION FOR MODIFICATION OF THE EXEMPTION THAT HAS BEEN GRANTED TO THE OPEN-CUT MINING OF PLACER GOLD 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
May 1, 1942 R-1802: POWER MACHINERY MINING OF GOLD HELD NOT "SEASONAL"
May 15, 1942 R-1806: AMENDMENT TO WALSH-HEALEY ACT FURTHER STEP IN BRINGING ACCORD WITH WAGE-HOUR LAW, WALLING
May 22, 1942 R-1807: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 148 DISSOLVING INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 20 FOR THE SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS, AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 23 FOR THE GRAY IRON JOBBING FOUNDRY INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 25 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 26 FOR THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 27 FOR THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 28 FOR FOR THE KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 29 FOR THE WOOD FURNITURE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 31 FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS APPAREL INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 32 FOR THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 33 FOR THE PASSENGER MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 34 FOR THE PROPERTY MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 35 FOR THE SHOE MANUFACTURING AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES; INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 36 FOR THE WOOLEN INDUSTRY; AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 39 FOR THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
May 27, 1942 R-1808: REPORT ON LABOR PROBLEMS DURING WORLD WAR I SHOWS BENEFITS OF LABOR LAWS ON WAR PRODUCTION EFFORT NOW, SAYS WALLING
May 29, 1942 R-1809: IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR QUALIFICATION OF THE EXEMPTION THAT HAS BEEN GRANTED TO THE OPEN-CUT MINING OF PLACER GOLD 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
June 9, 1942 R-1813: U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 145 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 45 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY
June 15, 1942 R-1815: WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR WALLING DISCUSSES SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
June 23, 1942 R-1817: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 44 FOR THE RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY To be held July 15, 1942
June 25, 1942 R-1820: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION PART 522 - SECTIONS 522.130 to 522.165 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS IN THE SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS, WOMEN'S APPAREL, SPORTS WEAR, RAINWEAR, ROBES AND LEATHER AND SHEEP-LINED GARMENTS DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 25, 1942 R-1823: WAGE-HOUR LEARNER REGULATIONS AMENDED
July 27, 1942 R-1840: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 149 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 46 FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
July 30, 1942 R-1844: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - LEARNER EMPLOYMENT CERTIFICATES NOTICE OF CORRECTION
August 3, 1942 R-1845: WAGE-HOUR STATUS OF MINE LESSEES
August 5, 1942 R-1846: SUPREME COURT PETITIONED FOR REHEARING IN WAGE-HOUR CASE AGAINST PUBLISHERS OF DALLAS MORNING NEWS
August 10, 1942 R-1847: 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE FOR RAILROAD CARRIER INDUSTRY APPROVED
September 3, 1942 R-1865: NEARLY 20% OF AMERICAN LABOR STILL GETS LESS THAN 40 CENTS
September 5, 1942 R-1866: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 46 FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION, OR REGULATION OF HOME WORK IN THE INDUSTRY To be held October 7, 1942
September 9, 1942 R-1867: ADMIlNISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 156 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 49 FOR THE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING AND ALLIED GRAHIIC ARTS INDUSTRY
September 16, 1942 R-1870: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 45 FOR THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION, OR REGULATION OF HOME WORK IN THE INDUSTRY To be held November 2, 1942
September 22, 1942 R-1871: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF DETERMINATION DENYING THE APPLICATION FOR THE PARTIAL EXEMPTION OF THE PROCESSING OF FRESH GRAPES AND OTHER FRESH FRUITS INTO WINE, GRAPE JUICE, OR BRANDY 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 22, 1942 R-1872: TITLE 29 — LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - PART 621.100 — REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF HOME WORKERS IN THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY
September 22, 1942 R-1873: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTTEE NO. 43 FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
September 14, 1942 R-1874: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 47 FOR THE CANDY AND RELATED PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY To be held October 14, 1942
October 24, 1942 R-1891: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - NOTICE OF FINAL DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 48 FOR THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
January 25, 1943 R-1892: OVERTIME EXEMPTIONS FOR PROCESSING OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES CLARIFIED UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW
January 26, 1943 R-1893: WAGE-HOUR COVERAGE OF WHOLESALE EMPLOYERS CLARIFIED BY WALLING
January 29, 1943 R-1894: LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW CAUSE IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENTS OF LEARNER REGULATIONS AND DETERMINATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY; WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY, SINGLE PAHTS, SHIRTS, AHD ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY, SPORTSWEAR AHD OTHER ODD OUTERWEAR DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY, BELTS DIVISION OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY, TEXTILE INDUSTRY, KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AHD COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY, KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY AHD GLOVES AHD MITTENS INDUSTRY
January 30, 1943 R-1895: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 173 - APPOINMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 53 FOR THE METAL, PLASTICS, MACHINERY, INSTRUMENT, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
January 30, 1943 R-1896: COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO SET MINIMUM WAGE IN METAL, PLASTICS, MACHINERY, INSTRUMENT AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
February 13, 1943 R-1898: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 176 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 53 FOR THE METAL, PLASTICS, MACHINERY, INSTRUMENT, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
February 13, 1943 R-1899: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 175 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 55 FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS TEXTILE, LEATHER, FUR, STRAW, AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
October 26, 1942 R-1900: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AHD HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT IN THE MATTER OF THE MIMIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 46 FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION OR REGULATION OF HOMlE WORK IN THE INDUSTRY
October 30, 1942 R-1901: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 165 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 51 FOR THE COOKING AND HEATING APPLIANCES MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
November 7, 1942 R-1902: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION DENYING THE APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE PROCURING, HAULING, HANDLING, COOLING, CANDLING, GRADING, PACKING, AND SHIPPING OF EGGS IN THE STATES OF IOWA, MINNESOTA, NORTH DAKOTA, AND SOUTH DAKOTA 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
November 11, 1942 R-1903: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 21 FOR THE SEAMLESS HOSIERY INDUSTRY
November 13, 1942 R-1904: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE SKINNING OF WILD RABBITS AND OTHER WILD FUR BEARING ANIMALS 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
November 7, 1942 R-1905: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 163 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 52 FOR THE PENS AND PENCILS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
November 9, 1942 R-1906: WALLING WOULD PROHIBIT COUNTING TIPS AS WAGES
November 9, 1942 R-1908: REPORT TO THE SENATE ON CONDITIONS AND PRACTICES OF EMPLOYMENT OF REDCAPS IN RAILROAD AND TERMINAL COMPANIES BY I. METCALFE WALLING, ADMINISTRATOR, WAGE AND HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS DIVISIONS, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
November 12, 1942 R-1909: WALSH-HEALEY AGE LIMIT FOR WOMEN DROPPED TO 16 IN ALL INDUSTRIES
November 21, 1942 R-1910: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 163 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 52 FOR THE PENS AND PENCILS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
November 21, 1942 R-1911: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF CONTINUATION OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 49 FOR THE PRINTING ANO PUBLISHING AND ALLIED GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRY
November 28, 1942 R-1912: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 51 FOR THE COOKING AND HEATING APPLIANCES MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
December 1, 1942 R-1913: OVERTIME PAY REQUIREMENTS CIARIFIED
January 5, 1943 R-1913a: FURTHER CLARIFICATION OF 0VERTIME PAY REQUIREMENTS
December 4, 1942 R-1914: BAN ON INDUSTRIAL HOMEWORK IN WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY TO BE ENFORCED
December 15, 1942 R-1915: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMITTEE NO. 52 FOR THE PENS AND PENCILS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
December 15, 1942 R-1916: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE SKINNING OF WILD RABBITS AND OTHER WILD FUR BEARING ANIMALS FROM THE MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938 PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE ACT AMD PART 526 AS AMENDED OF THE REGULATIONS ISSUED THEREUNDER
December 18, 1942 R-1917: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER QF THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 49 FOR THE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING AND ALLIED GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRY
December 18, 1942 R-1918: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND OPPORTUNITY TO FILE WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 45 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION OR REGULATION OF HOME WORK IN THE INDUSTRY
December 19, 1942 R-1919: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF DENIAL OF APPLICATION BY THE NATIONAL AUTHORITY FOR THE LADIES' HANDBAG INDUSTRY, AND SUNDRY OTHER PARTIES, TO EMPLOY LEARNERS IN THE LUGGAGE, LEATHER GOODS AND WOMEN'S HANDBAG INDUSTRY AT WAGES LOWER THAN THE MINIMUM WAGE APPLICABLE UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
December 22, 1942 R-1920: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wago and Hour Division - NOTICE OF FINAL DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 51 FOR THE COOKING AND HEATING APPLlAllCES MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
December 29, 1942 R-1921: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW CAUSE IN THE MATTER OF THE RESTRICTION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY — AMENDMENT TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATION, PARTS 607 AND 607.100 WITH RESPECT TO CLIENTS' OF STATE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AGENCIES AND SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
December 19, 1942 R-1922: NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF DATES FOR ORAL ARGUMENT BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATOR AND FOR SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN BRIEFS IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 45 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE EMBROIDERIES INDUSTRY AND THE PROHIBITION, RESTRICTION OR REGULATION OF HOME WORK IN SUCH INDUSTRY
January 1, 1943 R-1923: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V — Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 170 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 50 FOR THE SUGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
January 5, 1943 R-1924: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 171 ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 50 FOR THE SUGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
January 11, 1943 R-1925: NEW OPINION EXTENDS SCOPE OF PERMISSIBLE PAY ROLL DEDUCTIONS
January 26, 1943 R-1926: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISON - IN THE MATTER Of THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 21 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE SEAMLESS HOSIERY INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective February 15, 1943
January 27, 1943 R-1927: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 42 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE GRAIN PRODUCTS INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective March 1, 1943
January 26, 1943 R-1928: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V — WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 47 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE CANDY AND RELATED PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective March 29, 1943
January 27, 1943 R-1929: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 48 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN IN THE CONVERTED PAPER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective February IS, 1943
January 26, 1943 R-1930: TITLE - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 46 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY WAGE ORDER Effective February 15, 1943
January 26, 1943 R-1931: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - PART 628.100 - REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF HOME WORKERS IN THE HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
February 13, 1943 R-1932: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 174 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 54 FOR THE MATTRESS;, BEDDING, AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
February 15, 1943 R-1933: HOURS WORKED IN TRUCKING CLARIFIED
February 16, 1943 R-1934: WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR RULES ON EMPLOYEES PRODUCING MACHINERY AND MACHINERY PARTS USED IN PRODUCTION OF GOODS FOR COMMMERCE
February 20, 1943 R-1936: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 177 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 55 FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS TEXTILE, LEATHER, FUR, STRAW, AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
February 21, 1943 R-1937: OVERTIME PAY REQUIREMENTS REVIEWED BY WAGE-HOUR PUBLIC CONTRACTS ADNINISTRATOR
February 20, 1943 R-1939: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER HO. 178 - ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION FROM AND APPOINTMENT TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 54 FOR THE MATTRESS, BEDDING, AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
February 25, 1943 R-1940: PUBLIC HEARING MARCH 10 TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE RECOMMENDED 40-CENT WAGE RATE IN METAL, PLASTICS, MACHINERY, INSTRUMENT, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES SHOULD BE ADOPTED
March 1, 1943 R-1943: PAYMENT FOR HOLIDAYS, ILLNESS, ETC. MAY NOT BE CREDITED AGAINST OVERTIME UNDER WALSH-HEALEY PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT
February 27, 1943 R-1944: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 182 APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 56 FOR THE CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
March 3, 1943 R-1945: CIRCUIT COURT HOLDS EMPLOYEES OF CHAIN STORE WAREHOUSES ENTITLED TO BENEFITS OF WAGE-HOUR LAW
March 11, 1943 R-1946: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 55 FOR THE MISCELLANEOUS TEXTILE, LEATHER, FUR, STRAW, AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
March 15, 1943 R-1947: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AMD HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT OF THE CERTIFICATES APPLYING TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS UNDER SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT IN THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY, WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY, SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY, TEXTILE INDUSTRY, KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY, KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY, GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY, AND THE SPORTSWEAR AND OTHER ODD OUTERWEAR AND THE BELTS DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
March 13, 1943 R-1948: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 181 - IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENTS OF LEARNER REGULATIONS AND DETERMINATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE HOSIERY INDUSTRY, WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY, SINGLE PANTS, SHIRTS AND ALLIED GARMENTS INDUSTRY, TEXTILE INDUSTRY, KNITTED AND MEN'S WOVEN UNDERWEAR AND COMMERCIAL KNITTING INDUSTRY, KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY, GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY, AND THE SPORTSWEAR AND OTHER ODD OUTERWEAR AND THE BELTS DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
March 14, 1943 R-1949: NUMBER OF LEARNERS AND THEIR WAGES INCREASED TN TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRIES
March 27, 1943 R-1950: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 51 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE COOKING AND HEATING APPLIANCES MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective April 12, 1943
March 27, 1943 R-1951: FORTY CENT HOURLY MINIMUM WAGE ESTABLISHED IH COOKING AND HEATING APPLIANCES MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
March 30, 1943 R-1952: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION THAT DEHYDRATING OF CITRUS PULP AND WASTE IN THE STATES OF FLORIDA AND TEXAS IS 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
April 2, 1943 R-1953: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 189 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 57 FOR THE COTTONSEED AND PEANUT CRUSHING INDUSTRY
April 1943 R-1954: Radio Script for Delivery At Will - Wage and Salary Stabilization - WLB General Order No. 30
April 9, 1943 R-1955: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 190 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 58 FOR THE VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS INDUSTRY
March 3, 1943 R-1956: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW CAUSE IN THE MATTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE WOMEN'S APPAREL, JEWELRY MANUFACTURING, KNITTED OUTERWEAR, GLOVES AND MITTENS, BUTTON AND BUCKLE MANUFACTURING, AND HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES — AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARTS 605 AND 605.100, 607 AND 607.100, 617 AND 617.100, 621 AND 621.100, 625 AND 625.100, 628 AND 628.100
March 20, 1943 R-1957: TITLE 41 — PUBLIC CONTRACTS - CHAPTER 11 — DIVISION OF PUBLIC CONTRACTS - PART 201 — PROCEDURE FOR THE STIPULATION OF CONDITIONS IN GOVERNMENT PURCHASE CONTRACTS - RECORDS OF INJURY FREQUENCY RATESS
March 20, 1943 R-1958: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 56 FOR THE CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETAPLES AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
April 20, 1943 R-1959: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 54 FOR THE MATTRESS, BEDDING, AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
May 6, 1943 R-1960: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 192 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 59 FOR THE STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
May 6, 1943 R-1961: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - NOTICE OF HEARING IN THE MATTER OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SECTION 536.1 OF REGULATIONS, PART 536 (AREA OF PRODUCTION) ISSUED UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, WITH RESPECT TO THE DEHYDRATING AND MILLING OF ALFALFA
May 12, 1943 R-1962: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE JEWELRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY — AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARTS 607 and 607.100
May 12, 1943 R-1963: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY — AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER. V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARIS 628 and 628.100
May 12, 1943 R-1964: TITLE 29 - LABOR CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE KNITTED OUTERWEAR INDUSTRY -- AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARTS 617 and 617.100
May 12, 1943 R-1965: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE BUTTON AND BUCKLE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY — AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARTS 625 AND 625.100
May 12, 1943 R-1966: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE GLOVES AND MITTENS INDUSTRY — AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARTS 621 and 621.100
May 12, 1943 R-1967: TITLE 29 - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE M4TTER OF THE PROHIBITION OF INDUSTRIAL HOME WORK IN THE WOMEN'S APPAREL INDUSTRY — AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 29, CHAPTER V, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, PARTS 605 and 605.100
May 11, 1943 R-1968: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW CAUSE IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENTS OF LEARNER REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE RAINWEAR, ROBES, AND LEATHER AND SHEEP-LINED GARMENTS DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
May 15, 1943 R-1969: Title 29 - Labor - Chapter V - Wage and Hour Division - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 193 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 60 FOR CHEMICAL, PETROLIUM AND COAL PRODUCTS, AND ALLIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
May 18, 1943 R-1970: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEES NOS. 57 and 58 FOR THE COTTONSEED AND PEANUT CRUSHING INDUSTRY AND THE VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS INDUSTRY
1944 R-1974: CERTAIN WAREHOUSE EMPLOYEES IN THE CANNING INDUSTRY ARE EXEMPTED FOR 14 WEEKS FROM OVERTIME PROVISIONS OF THE WAGE-HOUR LAW UNTIL MARCH 1, 1944
May 25, 1943 R-1972: 40-CENT MINIMUM WAGE SET IN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING AND ALLIED GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRY
February 28, 1944 R-1973 (A-4): CONTINUING R-1974 AS IT AFFECTS THE FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CANNING INDUSTRY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
May 28, 1943 R-1975: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATI0N OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 50 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE SUGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective June 21,1943
June 1, 1943 R-1976: TITLE 29 - LABOR - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER WAGE RATES FOR APPRENTICES IN THE DIAMOND CUTTING INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO AND ON THE MAINLAND
May 28, 1943 R-1977: FORTY CENT MINIMUM WAGE ESTABLISHED FOR 12,000 WORKERS IN SUGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
June 8, 1943 R-1978: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 59 FOR THE STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES
June 9, 1945 G-45, Supplement 1: Inactive "R" Press Releases
June 12, 1943 R-1979: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - IN THE MATTER OF THE AMENDMENT OF THE CERTIFICATES APPLYING TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF LEARNERS UNDER SECTION 14 OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT IN THE RAINWEAR, ROBES AND LEATHER AND SHEEP-LINED GARMENTS DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 12, 1943 R-1980: TITLE 29 - LABOR - CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION - ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 198 - IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENTS TO LEARNER REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE RAINWEAR, ROBES, AND LEATHER AND SHEEP-LINED GARMENTS DIVISIONS OF THE APPAREL INDUSTRY
June 15, 1943 R-1981: IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION OF THE PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE IN THE SEAMLESS HOSIERY INDUSTRY
June 15, 1943 R-1982: IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION OF THE PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE IN THE MEN'S NECKWEAR INDUSTRY
June 15, 1943 R-1983: IN THE MATTER OF THE DETEMINATION OF THE PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE IN THE HANDKERCHIEF INDUSTRY
June 24, 1943 R-1984: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 201 - APP0INTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 61 POR THE MEAT, POULTRY, AND DAIRY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
June 25, 1943 R-1985: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 60 FOR THE CHEMICAL, PETROLEUM AND COAL- PRODUCTS AND ALLIED MAUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
July 9, 1943 R-1986: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 202 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 62 FOR THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING AND FARM PRODUCTS ASSEMBLING INDUSTRY
July 20, 1943 R-1987: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 206 - APPOINTMENT QF ADDITIONAL MEMBERS TO INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 62 FOR THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING AND FARM PRODUCTS ASSEMBLING INDUSTRY
July 27, 1943 R-1988: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 208 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 63 FOR THE WHOLESALING, WAREHOUSING, AND OTHER DISTRIBUTION INDUSTRIES
July 24, 1943 R-1989: STATUS OF WEEKLY AND SEMIWEEKLY NEWSPAPERS UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW CLARIFIED
August 3, 1943 R-1990: IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 58 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE VEGETABIE FATS AND OILS INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER - Effective August 16, 1943
August 3, 1943 R-1991: IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 57 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE COTTONSEED AND PEANUT CRUSHING INDUSTRY - WAGE ORDER Effective August 16, 1943
August 7, 1943 R-1992: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 61 FOR THE MEAT, POULTRY, AND DAIRY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
August 7, 1943 R-1993: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 62 FOR THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING AND FARM PRODUCTS ASSEMBLING INDUSTRY
August 10, 1943 R-1994: ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 209 - APPOINTMENT OF INDUSTRY COMMMITTEE NO. 64 FOR THE LOGGING, LUMBER AND TIMBER AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
August 7, 1943 R-1995: WAGE-HOUR ADMINISTRATOR STATES ENFORCEMENT POLICY FOR LAUNDRIES
August 17, 1943 R-1996: NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO PETITION FOR REVIEW OF THE DETERMINATION DENYING IN PART AND GRANTING IN PART THE APPLICATIONS FOR THE EXEMPTION OF THE PROCESSING OF SORGO INTO SORGO SYRUP 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
August 21, 1943 R-1997: IN THE MATTER OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 53 FOR A MINIMUM WAGE RATE IN THE METAL, PLASTICS, MACHINERY, INSTRUMENT, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES - WAGE ORDER Effective September 15, 1945
September 6, 1943 PR-1: LABOR DAY PRESS RELEASE
September 7, 1943 PR-2: COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGE, METAL ORE, COAL, PETROLEUM, AND NATURAL GAS EXTRACTION INDUSTRIES
September 14, 1943 PR-3: PUBLIC HEARING OCTOBER 1 TO CONSIDER COMMITTEE RECOMMEDATION OF A 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE IN THE LOGGING, LUMBER AND TIMBER AND RELATED PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
October 24, 1943 #3: WAGE AHD HOUR STANDARD5 AFTER THE WAR
September 28, 1943 PR-6: COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGE IN FINANCE, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, MOTION PICTURES AND MISCELLANEOUS INDUSIRIES
October 5, 1943 PR-7: PUBLIC HEARING OCTOBER 28 TO CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION OF A 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE IN BAKERY, BEVERAGE, AND MISCELLANEOUS FOOD INDUSTRIES
October 5, 1943 PR-8: COMMIITTES APPOINTED TO RECOMMEND MINIMUM WAGE IN COMMUNICATION, UTILITIES, AND MISCELLANEOUS TRANSAPORTATION INDUSTRIES
October 6, 1943 PR-9: Records Justifying Wage Deductions Required Under New Regulation
October 16, 1943 PR-10: HEARING GRANTED ON POSTPONEMENT OF EMBROIDERY HOMEWORK REGULATIONS
October 24, 1943 PR-11: WAGE-HOUR LAW IN FORCE FIVE YEARS
October 19, 1943 PR-12: PUBLIC HEARING NOVEMBER 3 TO CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION OF A 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
October 23, 1943 PR-13: PUBIC HEARING NOVEMBER 18 TO CONSIDER COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION OF A 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE IN THE METAL ORE, COAL, PETROLEUM, AND NATURAL GAS EXTRACTION INDUSTRIE
October 24, 1943 Labor Press Release #1: FAIR LABOR STANDARDS IN PEACE TIME
October 24, 1943 THE WAGE-HOUR ACT IN WARTIME
October 25, 1943 PR-14: WAGE-HOUR AMINISTRATOR COMMENTS INDUSTRY COMMITTEES ON FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
November 5, 1943 PR-15: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE REOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 68 FOR THE FINANCE, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, MOTION PICTURES, AND MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES
November 10, 1943 PR-16: NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMENDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE NO. 69 FOR THE COMMUNICATION, UTILITIES AND MISCELLANEOUS TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRIES
November 9, 1943 PR-17: EMBROIDERY HOMEWORK ORDER POSTPONED
November 12, 1943 PR-18: CONTINUED HEARING ON THE 40 CENT MINIMUM WAGE RECOMMEDATION OF INDUSTRY COMMITTEE FOR THE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING AND FARM PRODUCTS ASSEMBLYING INDUSTRY
November 19, 1943 PR-19 (Rev.)(Substitute for PR-19) There will be no further enforcement of the wage and hour provisions of the Fair Labor Standarda Act in regard to maintenance workers in office buildings occupied by tenants engaged solely in interstate commerce
November 25, 1943 PR-20: WAGE-HOUR ENFORCEMENT POLICY FOR LAUNDRIES AND LINEN SUPPLY COMPANIES
November 22, 1943 PR-21: CERTAIN MOTOR CARTAIN EMPLOYEES EXEMPT FROM OVERTIME
November 20, 1943 PR-22: Learner Hearing for Independent Telephone Industry
December 4, 1943 PR-23: FORTY CENT MINIMUM HOURLY WAGE ESTABLISHED IK THE PENS AND PENCILS MAnUFACTURING INDUSTRY AND IN THE STONE, CLAY, GLASS AND AlLIED INDUSTRIES
November 30, 1943 PR-24: Requirement that the forty cent minimum wag© poster for the Canning Industry be displayed has been waived pending distribution of a supplement spelling out industry exemptions as to overtime pay
December 28, 1943 PR-25: RECORDS JUSTIFYING WAGE DEDUCTIONS REQUIRED UNDER NEW REGULATION
January 18, 1944 PR-26: FORTY CENT MINIMUM HOURLY WAGE RATE ESTABLISHED IN INDUSTRIES EMPLOYING 2,500,000 UNDER WAGE-HOUR ACT
January 24, 1944 PR-27: A brief wartime supplement, mimeographed to bring up to date the current printed pamphlet of Rulings and Interpretations under the Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act, was announced today by L. Metcalfe Walling, Administrator
February 24, 1944 PR-29: F0RTY-CENT MINIMUM WAGE RATE ESTABLISHED IN INDUSTRIES EMPLOYING 1,600,000 UNDER WAGE-HOUR ACT
March 10, 1944 PR-30: WAGE-HOUR REPORT CHARGES STATE NULLIFICATION
March 8, 1944 PR-31: EMBROIDERY HOMEWORK ORDER POSTPONED
April 10, 1944 PR-32: VETERANS ADMINISTRATION AND WAGE-HOUR DIVISION AGREE ON REHABILITATION TRAINING
April 22, 1944 PR-33: Abnormal labor turnover, caused by shifting of workers into war industries, resulted today in regulations under which certificates may be issued for the employment of learners in the cigar industry
April 24, 1944 PR-34: NEW MINIMUM WAGE RATES RECMMENDED FOR MISCELLANEOUS PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES
April 24, 1944 PR-35: NEW MINIMUM WAGE RATES RECOMMENDED FOR PUERTO RICAN GARMENT AND RELATED INDUSTRIES
April 28, 1944 PR-36: FORTY-CENT MINIMUM HOURLY WAGE ESTABLISHED UNDER WAGE-HOUR ACT FOR 150,000 WORKERS IN FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING
May 6, 1944 PR-37: NEW MINIMUM WAGE RATE RECOMMENDED FOR SEVERAL VIRGIN ISLANDS INDUSTRIES
May 10, 1944 PR-38: EMBROIDERY HOMEWORK ORDER POSTPONED
May 19, 1944 PR-39: NEW MINIMUM WAGE RATES RECOMMENDED FOR ST. CROIX, VIRGIN ISLANDS
June 23, 1944 PR-40: Completion of the program to set a 40 cent minimum wage for all 21 million workers under the Wage-Hour Act was announced today
June 24, 1944 PR-41: EMBROIDERY HOMEWORK ORDER POSTPONED
June 26, 1944 PR-42: NEW LEARNER REGULATIONS ISSUED FOR INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE EXCHANGES
June 27, 1944 PR-43: Notice of opportunity to file written objections to the recommendation for a denial of Western Union's application for permission to pay messengers less than 40 cents an hour
July 1944 PR-44: DATES SET FOR HEARINGS ON RECOMMENDED WAGE RATES FOR PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES
July 14, 1944 PR_45: A preliminary determination that the processing of sugar beets into sugar is a seasonal industry and thereby partially exempt from overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act
July 25, 1944 PR-46: Dates Set for Hearings on Recommended Wage Rates for Virgin Island Industries
August 17, 1944 PR-47: HEARING DATE SET FOR VIRGIN ISLAND WAGE RECOMMENDATION
August 19, 1944 PR-49: SUBMINIMUM WAGE RATE FOR WESTERN UNION MESSENGERS DENIED
August 24, 1944 A-9: Payment on "Salary Basis" for Executive, Administrative and Professional Employees Clarified
August 25, 1944 PR-50: GUS C. STREET, JR. RESUMES POST AS REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF WAGE AND HOUR AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS DIIVSIONS IN TEXAS
September 4, 1944 PR-51: 4,000,000 Still Get Less Than 40˘ an Hour
October 22, 1944 PR-52: Well over $2,000,000,000 was paid American workers last year in overtime premium pay due under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
November 14, 1944 PR-53: "Area of Production" Hearing December 12 (Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Only)
December 5, 1944 PR-54: Recommendations of Special Industry Committee No. 3 for minimum wage rates for the Leaf Tobacco and Sugar Manufacturing Industries for Puerto Rico approved
January 27, 1945 PR-55: "Area of Production" Hearing February 27 (Dairy Products, Poultry and Eggs)
February 10, 1945 PR-X: Initiation of a study to determine the reasonable cost to sugar mills of lodging, fuel, medical attention and other perquisites furnished to employees in the Territory of Hawaii was announced today
February 8, 1946 PR-56: KINGSTON APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF REGION VIII
February 17, 1945 PR-57: "Area of Production" Hearing March 21 (Miscellaneous Agricultural and Horticultural Commodities)
March 10, 1945 PR-58: ENFORCEMENT POLICY REGARDING HOMEWORKERS IN THE EMBROIDERY INDUSTRY ANNOUNCED
March 20, 1945 PR-59: Changes Proposed for Uniform and Clothing Industry Wage Determination
April 2, 1945 PR-60: ANNUAL WAGES UNDER WAGE-HOUR LAW
June 6, 1945 PR-61: Conviction for criminal contempt for continuing violation of Wage and Hour Law
June 25, 1945 PR-62: VIRGIN ISLAND WAGE ORDER
July 7, 1945 PR-63: Changes in Uniform and Clothing Industry Wage Determination
July 12, 1945 PR-64: BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY SCHEDULED FOR SEASONAL EXEMPTION
July 19, 1945 PR-65: PROCESSING OF SUGARCANE AND REFINING OF RAW CANE SUGAR
September 18, 1945 PR-66: PUBLIC HEARINGS ON PUERTO RICAN WAGE RECOMMENDATIONS OCTOBER 8, 1945
September 28, 1945 PR-67: HEARING ON AMENDMENT TO TEXTILE INDUSTRY WAGE DETERMINATION (PUBLIC CONTRACTS)
October 29, 1945 PR-68: SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY OF WAGE-HOUR LAW
December 28, 1945 PR-71: SINGLEY REPLACES REGIONAL DIRECTOR KINGSTON
December 28, 1945 PR-72: BROOKLYN CONTRACTOR PAYS $3,600 WAGE-HOUR FINE
January 30, 1946 PR-73: ANNUAL REPORT CITES CONTINUING ENFORQEMENT NEED,
February 8, 1946 PR-75: PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT "RULINGS AND INTERPRETATIONS" IN NEW ISSUE
April 29, 1946 PR-76: One out of every two inspected establishments covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act or the Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act whose cases were closed during the first nine months of the fiscal year 1946 were in violation
May 10, 1946 PR-77: Administrator speaks at the biennial convention of the Upholsterers' Union of North America
May 29, 1946 PR-82: First Jail Sentence Under Fair Labor Standards Act
June 19, 1946 PR-83: Administrator speaks before the annual convention of the National Association of Building Owners and Managers
July 1946 PR-84: Newspaper circulation supervisors generally not exempt from overtime
August 2, 1946 PR-85: 271,000 Workers received $13,360,000 in Fair Labor Labor Standards Act and Public Contracts Act back wages from 17,000 employers in fiscal year ending June 30, 1946
October 16, 1946 PR-86: Administrator marks 8th anniversary of the Fair Labor Standards Act
October 24, 1946 PR-87: Administrator calls for increase in minimum wage
October 23, 1946 PR-88: First payment of liquidated damages ordered by United States District Judge
December 5, 1946 PR-89: Supreme Court decisions on retail and service exemption from minimum wage and overtime
December 26, 1946 PR-90: New definition of "Area of Production"
January 10, 1947 PR-91: Administrator delivers report on fiscal year 1946 to Congress
January 13, 1947 PR-92: WALLING COMMENTS ON PORTAL PROBLEMS
April 15, 1947 PR-101: HANDICAPPED WORKERS RETURNING TO "SHELTERED WORKSHOPS"
June 18, 1947 PR-103: COMMITTEE TO STUDY WAGE-HOUR LAW "WHITE COLLAR" EXEMPTIONS
June 17, 1947 PR-104: ENFORCEMENT STAYS CANCELLED
June 20, 1947 PR-105: McCOMB NAMES PUERTO RICAN WAGE RATE COMMITTEE
July 3, 1947 PR-106: GRIMES NAMED WAGE-HOUR DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR
July 11, 1947 PR-109: FIRST REVISION MADE IN FLSA INTERPRETATIVE BULLETINS
August 21, 1947 PR-110: PORTAL-TO-PORTAL ACT STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS PROVISIONS DISCUSSED
August 26, 1947 PR-111: EMPLOYERS CAUTIONED TO ABIDE BY CHILD LABOR LAWS
September 9, 1947 PR-112: THREE MORE FLSA BULLETINS REVISED
September 12, 1947 PR-113: Half of establishments investigated during Fiscal Year 1947 found in violation
September 24, 1947 PR-114: NORFOLK FIRM INELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS
October 27, 1947 PR-116: HEARING SET FOR DECEMBER 3 ON PROPOSED REVISION OF CHILD-LABOR HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS ORDER NO. 4
November 18, 1947 PR-117: PORTAL-TO-PORTAL ACT BULLETIN ISSUED BY WAGE-HOUR AMINISTRATOR
November 27, 1947 PR-119: EXEMPT CANNING INDUSTRY STORAGE PLACE ACTIVITIES ANNOUNCED
November 29, 1947 PR-120: WIDE INTEREST SHOWN IN WAGE-HOUR LAW "WHITE COLLAR" EXEMPTIONS HEARING DEC. 2
November 29, 1947 PR-120-A: "WHITE COLLAR" EXEMPTIONS HEARING SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
December 20, 1947 PR-121: SET HEARING JAN. 21 ON PROPOSAL TO INCREASE MINLMUM WAGE IN UNIFORM CLOTHING INDUSTRY
December 27, 1947 PR-122: REVISED CHILD-LABOR HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS ORDER FOR LOGGING INDUSTRIES EFFECTIVE FEB. 2, 1948
January 1, 1948 PR-123: "WHITE-COLLAR" EXEMPTIONS HEARING RESUMES MONDAY, JAN. 5
January 9, 1948 PR-124: VALUE OF WAGE-HOUR LAW NOW BEING REALIZED, MCCOMB SAYS IN ANNUAL REPORT
January 8, 1948 PR-125: SEVEN PUERTO RICO MINIMUM WAGE HEARINGS BEGIN JANUARY 27
January 30, 1948 PR-126: ADMINISTRATOR RE-DIFINES COST OF BOARD, LODGING, OTHER FACILITIES UNDER FLSA
February 13, 1948 PR-127: COURT UPHOLDS SECRETARY IN FIRST PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT JUDGMENT ACTION
March 6, 1948 PR-128: MCCOMB ANNOUNCES NEW PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRY MINIMUM WAGE ORDER, EFFECTIVE MARCH 22
March 12, 1948 PR-129: MCCOMB WOULD EASE WAGE AND HOUR LAW RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS
March 17, 1948 PR-130: ENFORCEMENT POLICIES ANNOUNCED BY MCCOMB FOR SEVEN WAGE-HOUR LAW EXEMPTIONS
April 1, 1948 PR-131: NEW WAGE ORDERS FOR TWO PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES PROPOSED BY MCCOMB
April 8, 1948 PR-132: MCCOMB PROPOSES JEWELRY INDUSTRY HOME WORKER PRIVIEGE FOR INDIANS
April 8, 1948 PR-133: SCHWELLENBACH ANNOUNCES NEW UNIFORM CLOTHING INDUSTRY MINIMUM WACE DETERMINATION
April 20, 1948 PR-134: NEW WAGE ORDER FOR FOUNDRY INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO PROPOSED BY MCCOMB
April 22, 1948 PR-135: MCCOMB ADOPTS NEW MINIMUM WAGE ORDER FOR SHOE INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
April 19, 1948 PR-136: MCCOMB DISCUSSES WAGE-HOUR LAW CHANGES BEFORE SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE
April 23, 1948 PR-137: CHILD-LABOR VIOLATIONS COST EMPLOYERS $14,850
April 24, 1948 PR-138: MCCOMB ADOPTS NEW WAGE ORDERS FOR TWO PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES, EFFECTIVE MAY 24
April 28, 1948 PR-139: MCCOMB PROPOSES NEW MINIMUM WAGE ORDER FOR FULL-FASHIONED HOSIERY INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
April 30, 1948 PR-140: McCOMB REVISES BULLETIN ON OVERTIME EXEMPTION FOR EMPLOYEES OF MOTOR CARRIERS
May 12, 1948 PR-141: MCCOMB PROPOSES NEW WAGE ORDER FOR ARTIFICIAL FLOWER INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
May 14, 1948 PR-142: TWO MORE PUERTO RICAN INDUSTRIES MINIMUM WAGE ORDERS ADOPTED BY MCCOMB
May 15, 1948 PR-143: SETS PUBLIC HEARING JUNE 15 TO CONSIDER NEW MINIMUM WAGE DETERMINATION FOR "MEN'S HAT AND CAP INDUSTRY" UNDER PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT
May 21, 1948 PR-144: NEW WAGE ORDER ADOPTED FOR FULL-FASHIONED HOSIERY INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO; 33-CENT MINIMUM TAKES EFFECT JUNE 21
May 22, 1948 PR-145: NEW MINIMUM WAGE ORDER FOR SUGAR INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO PROPOSED BY MCCOMB
May 27, 1948 R-146: NEW MINIMUM WAGE ORDER PROPOSED FOR PEARL BUTTON INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
June 8, 1948 PR-147: PUBLIC HEARING SET FOR JULY 8 TO CONSIDER NEW "TEXTILE INDUSTRY" MINIMUM WAGE DETEMINATION UNDER PUBLIC CONTRACTS ACT
June 10, 1948 PR-149: DISAPPROVES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION FOR UNCHANGED MINIMUM WAGE ORDER FOR VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND FRUIT JUICE CANNING INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
June 8, 1948 PR-151: WAGE AND HOUR LAW RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS RELAXED
June 8, 1948 R-152: WAGE-HOUR HEAD COMMENTS ON DECISION IN LONGSHOREMEN'S CASE
June 11, 1948 R-153: MCCOMB MAKES FURTHER STATEMENT ON EFFECTS OF DECISION IN LONGSHOREMEN'S CASE
June 17, 1948 PR-154: PROPOSES NEW WAGE ORDER FOR CIGAR AND CIGARETTE INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
June 19, 1948 PR-155: NEW MINIMUM WAGE ORDERS TAKE EFFECT JULY 19 FOR SUGAR MANUFACTURING AND PEARL BUTTON MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN PUERTO RICO
June 22, 1948 R-156: MCCOMB DISAPPROVES COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION FOR UNCHANGED MINIMUM WAGE ORDER FOR VEGETABLE PACKING INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO
June 28, 1948 R-157: McCOMB POSTPONES ENFORCEMENT OF NEW INTERPRETATION ON OVERTIME TO SEPTEMBER 15
June 29, 1948 R-158: PUBLIC HEARING JULY 28 TO CONSIDER NEW WAGE DETERMINATIONS IN TWO CLOTHING INDUSTRIES
July 2, 1948 R-159: ADOPTS NEW MINIMUM WAGE ORDER, EFFECTIVE AUGUST 2, FOR RAILROAD, RAILWAY EXPRESS, AND PROPERTY MOTOR TRANSPORT INDUSTRY IN PUERTO RICO