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Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department Continued
Puerto Rico-Continued
Minimum wage orders, various industries-Continued

Fruit canning industries, 29 Part 593
Furniture, 29 Part 675
Gas, natural, 29 Part 670
Gas utilities, 29 Part 671
Glass and related products, 29 Part 678
Gloves:

Leather, 29 Part 680

Woven and knitted fabric, 29 Part 680
Gravel and sand, 29 Part 678
Hair and related products, 29 Part 708
Hairnet, 29 Part 656
Handbags:

Leather, 29 Part 674

Straw, raffia, etc., 29 Part 674
Handicraft art novelty, 29 Part 654
Handicraft products, 29 Part 702
Hats, straw, 29 Part 596
Heating and cooking appliances, electrical, 29 Part 711
Hooked rug, 29 Part 684
Hosiery, full fashioned, 29 Part 687
Ice, 29 Part 673
Instruments, tools, etc., manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 701, 711
Insurance, banking and finance, 29 Part 661
Jewel cutting and polishing, 29 Part 707
Jewelry manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 709
Leather and related products, 29 Parts 674, 682, 704

Gloves, 29 Part 680

Small leather goods and related products, 29 Part 690
Lenses, 29 Part 711
Lumber and wood products, 29 Part 675
Machine shop products, 29 Part 685
Machinery manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 701, 712
Matches, 29 Part 675
Men's and boys' clothing and related products, 29 Part 703
Messenger service, 29 Part 671
Metal, plastic, machinery, instrument, transportation equipment, and

allied industries, 29 Parts 676, 701, 712
Metal mining and processing, 29 Parts 676, 701
Metal products, fabricated, 29 Part 685
Minerals, mining of, 29 Parts 670, 676, 678, 701
Mining:

Metal mining, 29 Parts 676, 701
Minerals (other than metals), mining, 29 Part 678

Petroleum, gas, coal, 29 Part 670
Molasses production, 29 Part 689
Motion picture production and distribution, 29 Part 672
Motor transportation and related activities, 29 Parts 671, 692
Needlework, 29 Parts 545, 655
Newspaper publishing and printing, 29 Part 677
Ophthalmic goods, 29 Parts 676, 701, 711
Ordnance manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 701
Paper and products:

Paper, 29 Part 677
Paper box manufacturing, 29 Part 665

Paper products, 29 Part 677
Pearl buttons, 29 Parts 678, 691
Petroleum and related products, 29 Part 670
Photographs and blueprint production, 29 Part 672
Pipeline transportation, 29 Part 671
Plastic manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 701, 713
Printing and publishing, 29 Part 677
Professional activities, 29 Part 672

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department-Continued
Puerto Rico-Continued
Minimum wage orders, various industries—Continued

Publishing and printing, 29 Part 677
Purses. See Handbags.
Radio communication, 29 Part 671
Rail transportation and related activities, 29 Parts 671, 692
Real estate activities, 29 Part 672
Research activities, 29 Part 672
Rubber and related products, 29 Parts 674, 708
Rugs, hooked, 29 Part 684
Rum, 29 Part 659
Sand and gravel, 29 Part 678
Sanitation facilities, 29 Part 671
Screens, 29 Part 675
Shipping, 29 Part 660
Shoe manufacturing, 29 Part 686
Soft drinks, 29 Part 673
Steam utilities, 29 Part 671
Stone, sand, gravel, and related products, 29 Part 678
Straw, raffia, etc., products:

Bags, purses, etc., 29 Part 674
Baskets, 29 Part 674
Handicraft products (bags, hats, rugs, baskets, etc.), 29 Part 702

Hats, 29 Part 596
Sugar manufacturing, 29 Part 689
Telephone and telegraph, 29 Part 671
Television broadcasting, 29 Part 671
Textile and textile products industry, 29 Parts 655, 674, 699
Thermometers, 29 Part 711
Tobacco (leaf), 29 Part 657
Toilet preparations, cosmetics, and related products, 29 Part 670
Tools, instruments, etc., manufacturing, 29 Part 676
Tourist bureau and ticket agency, 29 Part 671
Transportation (rail, motor, pipeline, etc.) and related activities, 29

Parts 671, 692
Transportation equipment manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 701, 712
Utilities (gas, electric, steam, water, sanitation), 29 Part 671
Vegetable processing:

Canning, 29 Part 593

Packing, 29 Part 596
Wallets, billfolds, etc.; leather, 29 Part 690
Warehousing, wholesaling, and other distribution, 29 Part 683
Water utilities, 29 Part 671
Wholesaling, warehousing, and other distribution, 29 Part 683

Wood products, woodenware, 29 Part 675
More than one minimum hourly rate; records to be kept by employers, 29

$ 516.23
Wage order procedure, 29 Part 511
Railroads; exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards

Act, 29 $ 786.150
Railways, electric (street, suburban or interurban); exemption from wages and

hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 $ 786.50
Records to be kept by employers, respecting wages, hours, and conditions of

employment of various types of employees, 29 Part 516
General requirements, 29 $ $ 516.2–516.10
Overtime, records respecting, 29 $ $ 516.11-516.18
Special requirements:

Board, lodging, tools, uniforms, and other facilities, 29 $ 516.22
Industrial home workers, 29 $ 516.21
Learners, apprentices, messengers, or handicapped workers, 29 g 516.20
Minors employed in agriculture, 29 $ 516.24
More than one minimum hourly rate (Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands),

29 $ 516.23
Tips, employees dependent on, as part of wages, 29 $ 516.19

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department-Continued
Red caps, dependent on tips as part of wages; records to be kept by employers,

29 8 516.19
Retail and service establishments, exemptions from minimum wage provisions

of Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 Part 779
Combinations of exemptions, 29 § 779.27
"Employed by", 29 $ 779.4
"Establishment” basis for exemption under section 13 (a) (2), (3), and

(4), 29 $ 779.3
Relation between sections 13 (a) (2) and 13 (a) (1); general statement,

29 $ 779.28
Retail establishments, section 13 (a) (4) exemption, 29 $$ 779.18–779.22
Retail or service establishments, section 13 (a) (2) exemption, 29 $$ 779.5–

779.17
Various services, etc; exemptions under section 13 (a):

Feed dealers, 29 $ 779.31
Frozen-food locker plants, 29 $ 779.29
Ice manufacturers and dealers, 29 § 779.32
Laundry and dry cleaning establishment, 29 $$ 779.23–779.25
Monument dealers, 29 $ 779.30
Stationers and school supply distributors, 29 $$ 779.33, 779.34

Telegraph agencies, contract, 29 $ 779.26
Retailing employees, local; definition, 29 $$ 541.400-541.403
Sales and selling. See Retail and service establishments.
Salesmen, outside; definition, 29 $ $ 541.500–541.508
Savings or thrift plan, bona fide, for employees; requirements for, 29 Part 547
Seafood establishments, exemption of employees from wages and hours pro-

visions of Fair Labor Standards Act; enforcement policy concerning per-

formance of nonexempt work, 29 $ 784.1
Seamen; exemption from wage and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards

Act, 29 Part 783
Seasonal industries, wages and hours of employees in; exemption from pro-

visions respecting maximum hours of employment without payment of

overtime compensation, 29 Part 526
Findings of various industries to be seasonal; list, 29 $ 526.101
Service establishment. See Retail and service establishments.
Sheltered workshops, employment of handicapped clients in; certificates, etc.,

29 Parts 524, 525
Shoe manufacturing industry:

Learners, employment of, 29 $$ 522.50–522.55

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Part 686
State agencies, utilization of, for investigations and inspections; agreements,

plans, etc., 29 Part 515
Stationers and school supply distributors; exemptions from minimum wage

provisions, 29 $$ 779.33, 779.34
Student-learners in vocational training programs, employment at below mini-

mum wages, 29 Part 520
Student workers; employment at below minimum wage rate on part-time basis

in shops owned by educational institutions, to defray part of school ex-

penses, 29 Part 527
Suits by employees under Portal-to-Portal Act of 1947; restrictions and limi-

tations, 29 $$ 790.20–790.22
Talent fees; defining and delimiting the term as used in Fair Labor Standards

Act, 29 Part 550
Taxicab operators:
Enforcement policy concerning performance of non-exempt work, 29

$ 786.200
Exemptions, 29 $ 782.3
Telephone and telegraph industries:
Independent telephone industry; employment of learners at below minimum

wages, 29 $8 522.70-522.74
Minimum wage orders:

For workers in Puerto Rico, 29 Part 671
For workers in Virgin Islands, 29 Part 694

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department—Continued
Telephone and telegraph industries—Continued
Switchboard operators; exemption from wages and hours provisions of

Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 $ 786.100
Telegraph agencies, contract; exemption from minimum wage provisions,

29 § 779.26
Thrift or savings plan, bona fide, for employees; requirements for, 29 Part 547
Tips, employees dependent on, as part of wages; records to be kept by em-

ployers, 29 $ 516.19
Tobacco industries (cigars, cigarettes):

Employment of learners, 29 $$ 522.80-522.85

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Part 657
Tools furnished by employers:

Reasonable cost of, 29 Part 531

Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.22
Trolleys, local; exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor

Standards Act, 29 $ 786.50
Truck drivers. See Motor carriers.
Uniforms furnished by employers:

Reasonable cost of, 29 Part 531

Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.22
Veterans:
Handicapped by service-connected disability; issuance of certificates to

veterans employed under vocational rehabilitation program adminis-

tered by Veterans Administration, 29 $ 524.5
Subsistence allowances, in on-the-job training program, not to be used to

offset wages, 29 § 778.24
Virgin Islands:
Homeworkers, in various industries (art linen, straw goods, dolls), 29

Part 695
Minimum wage rates for various designated industries (liquor, shipping,

wholesaling, communications, electric power, meat packing, alcohol,

bay rum, etc.), 29 Parts 669, 694
More than one minimum hourly rate; records to be kept by employers,

29 $ 516.23
Wage order procedure, 29 Part 511
Wages; minimum wage provisions:

Enforcement, interpretations, 29 Parts 775, 776
Exemptions from:

Agriculture operations, 29 Part 780
Apprentices, 29 Part 521
Fisheries, 29 Part 784
Forestry operations, 29 Part 788
Handicapped persons, 29 Parts 524, 525
Homeworkers, in various industries:

Button and buckle, 29 Part 625
Embroideries, 29 Part 633
Gloves and mittens, 29 Part 621
Handkerchief manufacturing, 29 Part 628
Jewelry manufacturing, 29 Part 607
Knitted outerwear, 29 Part 617

Women's apparel, 29 Part 605
Indians, on Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi Indian Reservations; jewelry

manufacturing, 29 $ 607.12
Learners, 29 Part 522
Messengers, 29 Part 523
Motor carriers, 29 Part 782
Retail and service establishments, 29 Part 779
Seafood establishments, 29 Part 784
Seamen, 29 Part 783
Seasonal industry workers, 29 Part 526

Student learners and workers, 29 Parts 520, 527
In Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands. See Puerto Rico; and Virgin Islands.
Wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; regulations

respecting. See Coverage; Hours; and Wages.

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department-Continued

Women's apparel industries. See Apparel industries.
Workshops, for handicapped clients. See Handicapped persons.
Workweek provisions:
Exemption from, of certain agricultural, forestry, lumbering, etc., opera-

tions, 29 Part 780

Overtime compensation; workweek provisions. See Overtime.
Wagering, excise tax and special occupational tax on, 26 Part 325
Wages:

See also Pay and allowances.
Adjustments of wages, applications for, filed on grounds of present or imminent

manpower shortages; policy and procedure with respect to, 32A Chapter I

DMP 3
Allotments from. See Allotments.
Armed services procurement regulations respecting wages. See Army Depart-

ment; and Defense Department.
Contracts, public; provisions in, respecting minimum wages for certain indus-

tries, listed, 41 Part 202
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, wages and hours provisions of; regulations

respecting. See Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department.
Federal employee pay regulations. See Civil Service Commission.
Income tax on wages, collection at source, 26 Part 406
Use of Federal Reserve banks and authorized commercial banks for deposit

of taxes, 26 $$ 402.607a, 406.606, 411.606a; 31 Part 213
Minimum wage determinations. See Public Contracts Division.
Minimum wages, provisions respecting. See Wage and Hour Division, Labor

Department.
Overtime compensation. See Overtime; and Wage and Hour Division, Labor

Department.
Seamen:
Collection of wages of seamen discharged in foreign ports, by consular off-

cers, 22 $$ 127.17, 127.18
On subsidized vessels; wages, etc., 46 Part 262
Sugar production; wage rates for. See Agriculture Department.
Wage rates; procedure for predetermination, 29 Part 1
Wage records, maintenance, etc.; procedures of Old Age and Survivors Insurance

Bureau respecting, 20 $ 422.1 (b)
Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act, minimum wages provisions in public con-

tracts under. See Public Contracts Division, Labor Department.
Wagner-Peyser Act; cooperation between United States Employment Service and

State agencies for administration of public employment offices, 20 Parts 602, 603
Waivers of certain navigation and vessel inspection laws and regulations. See Coast

Guard.
Wake Island:

See also Territories and possessions of United States.
Customs relations with:

Entry of merchandise from, 19 $ 7.8

Export of merchandise to; drawback allowed, 19 $ 22.27
Federal civil airport on, loading and unloading areas, landing and parking fees,

etc., 14 Part 575
Steamship service between United States and, not "domestic intercoastal or

coastwise service", 46 § 277.1
Walapai Indian Reservation; exchanges of public lands for consolidation of exten-

sion of, 43 $ $ 149.29–149.32
Wall paper industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 35
Walnut Canyon National Monument; admission fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (a)
Walnut wood industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 54
Walnuts. See Nuts.
Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act:
Armed services procurement regulations respecting, 32 $$ 12.601–12.604, 601.602,

601.603, 601.650-601.653; 33 $ 118.04-6
Minimum wage provisions in public contracts under. See Public Contracts Divi-

sion, Labor Department.

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