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 2

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Considers (80) H.R. 40, (80) H.R. 274, (80) H.R. 284, (80) H.R. 1422, (80) H.R. 2578, (80) H.R. 2980, (80) H.R. 3764, (80) H.R. 3766, (80) H.R. 3886, (80) H.R. 3976.
 

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Joint statement on behalf of national organizations interested in amending
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Wageandhour law for employees of sawmills etc circular explaining
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Pa 21612171
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Hardship on employers specific cases of
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Wage schedules for sugarfield workers in effect November 19 1926
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Cotton Eugene statement and testimony 18251840
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Proposed amendments to Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938Continued Page
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Nelson George R grand lodge representative International Association
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Owens John R representing International Longshoremens Union
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Na Wage and Hour Division relative to employees engaged
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Harrison Gregory A statement and testimony 21332154
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Adamson Ernie attorney for W J Dillner Transfer Co Pittsburgh
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Weekly salaries mode of clerical workers October 1946_ 1767
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Extent of incentive plans for plant workers in selected manufacturing
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Stanley John J statement and testimonyContinued
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Radcliffe Dr Lewis director Oyster Institute of North America state
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Reiss Raymond H president Clothing Manufacturers Association
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Owens John R statement and testimony 16851681
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Receipts of cotton at 135 compresswarehouse plants and 95 warehouse
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Pacific American Tankship Association letter to Hon Samuel K McConnell
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Heberton Kenneth W statement and testimony 20552072
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Percentage of various types of business acting as telegraph agents 2056
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Stanley John J secretarytreasurer United Office and Professional Work
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Steele Raymond E general counsel National Fisheries Institute Inc
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Barkin Solomon director of research Textile Workers Union of America
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Labor expense as a proportion of total cost of production by manufacturing
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Brower Charles retail building material dealer Williamson N Y 13951402
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Dillner John H statement and testimony 2160
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Scott Jack Garrett general counsel National Association of Motor
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Hours of work under basic rates and overtime rates excerpt from contract
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Extent of multiple employment Barkin memorandum I
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Persons employed during week of July 713 1946
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Barkin Solomon statement and testimonyContinued Page
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Distribution of jobs by industry and class of workers for persons employed
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Cotton Eugene assistant general counsel Congress of Industrial Organiza
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Douglas Edwin L statement and testimony 14631483
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Incentive pay in American industry 1945_46 article in Monthly Labor
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C statement and testimony 21292133
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Weiss Margaret Crocken statement on behalf of Telephone Workers
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Dillner John H motortruckline operator Pittsburgh Pa 2160
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1938
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Black Dugald assistant to the vice president in charge of industrial rela
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Lane John F statement and testimony 18771893
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Child labor in the coal industry contract provision covering 2031
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Thompson Chester C statement and testimony 215+2157
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Location of cotton compress installations etc map showing Todd
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Compresswarehouse plants compressing andor storing cotton for market
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Lubin Isadore statement and testimony 17051729
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Downie Robert N president Fidelity State Bank Garden City Kans 20132053
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Wage and Hour Division
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Excerpt from statement by Wage and Hour Administrator Philip
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Factors considered in setting wage minimum in State wage laws Eagle
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Estimated distribution of production workers by straighttime hourly
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Contract between ILWU and Waterfront Employers Association of
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Legal addendum supporting ILWU opposition to H R 4387 and H R 2230
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Proposal
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International Woodworkers of America brief on proposed amendments
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Mr Part National Coal Association from
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Haley James W statement and testimony_ 20162036
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Letters
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21934 rns and Exemptions Branch United
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Edwards Richard D manager J C Bright Co Lansford Pa 16891698 1701
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Employees engaged in icing railroad cars ruling of Wage and Hour Divi
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Proposed amendments to Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 submitted
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2 W221HG Diru 117
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McFarlin Clyde statement and testimony 20732093
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American Institute of Laundering exhibit D 18771878 1889
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Excerpts from
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Administrators letter to Representatives Randolph and Creal excerpt
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Thompson Chester C president American Waterways Operators Inc
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Pacific American Tankship Association relative to associations
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Tichy George J manager of Timber Products Manufactures Association
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3914 and covering letter 21852186
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Fadling James E international president International Woodworkers
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Ballou Clifford E et al v Bendix Aviation Corp court opinion in case of_ 1567
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Excerpts from
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Fishback H I general counsel National Retail Dry Goods Association
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McComb William R Administrator Wage and Hour and Public Contracts
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Interpretative Bulletin No 4 relative to overtime compensation 2371
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Table 2
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Stitt Louise statement and testimony 16111625
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority statement of Nonpartisan Council of
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McNamee Edward M inspector Columbus Ohio field office Wage
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National organizations interested in amending Fair Labor Standards
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Supplemental brief on proposed Fair Labor Standards Act submitted
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Labor Relations Reporter of November 17 1947 relative to suits under
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Ray Jeter S Associate Solicitor United States Department of Labor 2371
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Opinion of the Assistant Solicitor referring to Administrators ruling
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Schwellenbach Hon Lewis B Secretary of Labor 22012242
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New definition of area of production as issued by L Metcalfe Walling
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INDEX
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States Department of Labor 1507
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Opinion of court in case of Clifford E Ballou et al v Bendix Aviation
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Executive foremen defined in Administrators regulations as amended
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Northwest Towboat Association statement of in opposition to H R 4307 2813
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Number of accidents to students 194647 McComb table 4 2661
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Accident rates for different industries 1946_
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Specifie es se barista e பரங் 16
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Weiss Margaret Crocken appearing on behalf of Telephone Workers Or 18521858
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Bay Ridge Operating Co etc excerpt from petition for writ of certiorari
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Administrators ruling of July 3 1947 relative to general policy etc
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Bland Hon S O of Virginia letter to Hon Samuel K McConnell Jr
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Brief of Solicitor General in case of Cleveland Stevedore Co excerpt from 2592
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Página 2010 - Produced" means produced, manufactured, mined, handled, or in any other manner worked on in any State; and for the purposes of this chapter an employee shall be deemed to have been engaged in the production of goods if such employee was employed in producing, manufacturing, mining, handling, transporting, or in any other manner working on such goods, or in any process or occupation necessary to the production thereof, in any State.
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