Minimum Wage Standards: Hearings Before Subcommittee No. 4 of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Eightieth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 40 [and Others] Bills Having for Their Object the Raising of the Minimum Wage Standards of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, Volume 3

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1947
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Jobe William T statement and testimonyContinued Page
1428
Taylor Frank J statement and testimony 21192129
1430
Proposed amendments to Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938Continued Page
1437
Joint statement on behalf of national organizations interested in amending
1447
Douglas Edwin L statement and testimony 14631483
1463
Circular explaining wageandhour law for employees of sawmills
1481
Nelson George R grand lodge representative International Association
1517
Owens John R representing International Longshoremens Union
1531
Steele Raymond E general counsel National Fisheries Institute Inc
1537
Questionnaire issued by Atlanta office of Wage and Hour Division 1479
1539
Index of sales and total pay rolls of all retail stores 193946 Kyne
1549
Rates in current State minimumwage orders
1592
Receipts of cotton at 13 5 compresswarehouse plants and 95 warehouse
1599
Extent of incentive plans for plant workers in selected manufacturing
1600
Stewart George T manager W N Russell Co Westmont V J 21752184
1611
Tichy George J manager of Timber Products Manufactures Association
1644
Recent cases of attempted forced restitution by ice companies 1430
1666
Owens John R statement and testimony 16851686
1685
Ryan Joseph P international president International Longshoremens
1686
Pacific American Tankship Association letter to Hon Samuel K McConnell
1695
Scott Jack Garrett general counsel National Association of Motor
1701
Percentage of various types of business acting as telegraph agents 2056
1761
Stanley John J statement and testimonyContinued Page
1764
Barkin Solomon director of research Textile Workers Union of America
1780
Labor expense as a proportion of total cost of production by manufacturing
1784
Brower Charles retail building material dealer Williamson N Y 13951402
1789
Living costs in 36 cities in the Eastern and Central States December
1791
Cotton Eugene assistant general counsel Congress of Industrial Organiza
1797
Sherman Joseph M article by in Monthly Labor Review for November
1812
Extent of multiple employment Barkin memorandum I
1816
Persons employed during week of July 713 1946
1819
Barkin Solomon statement and testimonyContinued Page
1820
Potofsky Jacob S president Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
1825
Specific cases of hardship on employers 1495
1830
Child labor in the coal industry contract provision covering 2031
1885
Thompson Chester C statement and testimony 21542157
1894
Downie Robert N president Fidelity State Bank Garden City Kans 20132053
1895
Location of cotton compress installations etc map showing Todd
1909
Compresswarehouse plants compressing andor storing cotton for market
1913
Lubin Isadore statement and testimony 17051729
1915
Eagle R M statement and testimony 19291959
1929
Wage and Hour Division
1934
3914 and covering letter 21852186
1938
Exhibits 110 19401949
1940
Industry wage schedules for sugarfield workers in effect November
1948
Factors considered in setting wage minimum in State wage laws Eagle
1949
Fishback H I general counsel National Retail Dry Goods Association
1959
Administrative release of June 3 1946 issued by Wage and Hour Division
1976
Geismar Sylvan vice president Manhattan Shirt Co Paterson N J_ 16431656
1989
Opinion of court in case of Clifford E Ballou et al v Bendix Aviation
1990
Contract between ILWU and Waterfront Employers Association of
1991
Legal addendum supporting ILWU opposition to H R 4387 and H R 2230
1996
Proposal
2003
International Woodworkers of America brief on proposed amendments
2005
Haas John A counsel National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation
2016
Haas John A statement and testimony 15051515
2017
Letters
2024
hour law
2026
Haley James W statement and testimony 20162036
2031
Proposed amendments to Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 submitted
2037
Employees engaged in icing railroad cars ruling of Wage and Hour Divi
2048
Oppressive child labor definition
2062
Excerpts from
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Administrators letter to Representatives Randolph and Creal excerpt
2106
Harrison Gregory A counsel Pacific American Steamship Association
2134
Summary of average monthly compensations for four voyages of steamship
2142
III
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Supplemental brief on proposed Fair Labor Standards Act submitted
2153

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Página 1568 - Any employer who violates the provisions of section 6 or section 7 of this Act shall be liable to the employee or employees affected in the amount of their unpaid minimum wages, or their unpaid overtime compensation, as the case may be, and in an additional equal amount as liquidated damages. Action to recover such liability may be maintained in any court of competent jurisdiction by any one or more employees for and in behalf of himself or themselves and other employees similarly situated.
Página 1781 - FINDING AND DECLARATION OF POLICY SEC. 2. (a) The Congress hereby finds that the existence, in industries engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce, of labor conditions detrimental to the maintenance of the minimum standard of living necessary for health, efficiency, and general wellbeing of workers...
Página 1568 - Who customarily and regularly directs the work of two or more other employees therein; and * * * (c) Who has the authority to hire or fire other employees or whose suggestions and recommendations as to the hiring or firing and as to the advancement and promotion or any other change of status of other employees will be given particular weight; and (d) Who customarily and regularly exercises discretionary powers...
Página 1622 - Oppressive child labor" means a condition of employment under which (1) any employee under the age of sixteen years is employed by an employer (other than a parent or a person standing in place of a parent employing his own child or a child in his custody under the age of sixteen years in an occupation other than manufacturing or mining...
Página 2037 - ... (b) It is hereby declared to be the policy of this Act, through the exercise by Congress of its power to regulate commerce among the several States and with foreign nations, to correct and as rapidly as practicable to eliminate the conditions above referred to in such industries without substantially curtailing employment or earning power.
Página 1388 - Administrator) ; or (2) any employee engaged in any retail or service establishment the greater part of whose selling or servicing is in intrastate commerce...
Página 1565 - employee employed in a bona flde executive • • » capacity" in section 13 (a) (1) of the Act shall mean any employee: (a) Whose primary duty consists of the management of the enterprise in which he is employed or of a customarily recognized department or subdivision thereof; and (b) Who customarily and regularly directs the work of two or more other employees therein; and...
Página 1558 - The court in such action shall, in addition to any judgment awarded to the plaintiff or plaintiffs, allow a reasonable attorney's fee to be paid by the defendant, and costs of the action.
Página 1509 - ... any individual employed within the area of production (as defined by the Administrator), engaged in handling, packing, storing, ginning, compressing, pasteurizing, drying, preparing in their raw or natural state or canning of agricultural or horticultural commodities for market, or in making cheese or butter or other dairy products; or (11) any switchboard operator employed in a public telephone exchange which has less than five hundred stations.
Página 1386 - May 1, 1974.] (15) any employee employed on a casual basis in domestic service employment to provide babysitting services or any employee employed in domestic service employment to provide companionship services for individuals who (because of age or infirmity) are unable to care for themselves (as such terms are defined and delimited by regulations of the Secretary).

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