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All coal-producing counties in the State of Maryland.

The following counties in West Virginia: Grant, Mineral, and Tucker.

District 2. Western Pennsylvania: $2.745. The following counties in Pennsylvania: Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, Washington.

Armstrong County, west of the Allegheny River and exclusive of mines served by the Pittsburgh and Shawmut Railroad.

Indiana County, including all mines served on the Saltsburg branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad north of Conemaugh River.

Fayette County, except all mines on and east of the line of Indian Creek Valley branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

Westmoreland County, including all mines except those served by the Pennsylvania Railroad from Torrance, east.

District 3. Northern West Virginia: $2.745. The following counties in West Virginia: Barbour, Braxton, Calhoun, Doddridge, Gilmer, Harrison, Jackson, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Pleasants, Preston, Randolph, Ritchie, Roane, Taylor, Tyler, Upshur, Webster, Wetzel, Wirt, Wood.

That part of Nicholas County including mines served by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and north.

District 4. Ohio: $2.745.

All coal-producing counties in Ohio. District 5. Michigan: Not less than that minimum wage prescribed in § 50-202.2. District 6. Panhandle: $2.745.

The following counties in West Virginia: Brooke, Hancock, Marshall, and Ohio. District 7. Southern Numbered 1: $2.745. The following counties in West Virginia: Greenbrier, Mercer, Monroe, Pocahontas, Summers.

Fayette County, east of Gauley River and including the Gauley River branch of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and mines served by the Virginian Railway.

McDowell County, that portion served by the Dry Fork Branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad and east thereof.

Raleigh County, excluding all mines on the Coal River branch of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.

Wyoming County, that portion served by the Gilbert branch of the Virginian Railway lying east of the mouth of Skin Fork of Guyandot River and that portion served by the main line and the Glen Rogers branch of the Virginian Railway.

The following counties in Virginia: Montgomery, Pulaski, Wythe, Giles, Craig.

Tazewell County, that portion served by the Dry Fork branch to Cedar Bluff and from Bluestone Junction to Boissevain branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad and Richlands-Jewell Ridge branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.

Buchanan County, that portion served by the Richlands-Jewell Ridge branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad and that portion of said county on the headquarters of

Dismal Creek, east of Lynn Camp Creek (a tributary of Dismal Creek).

District 8. Southern Numbered 2: $2.745. The following counties in West Virginia: Boone, Clay, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo, Putnam, Wayne, Cabell.

Fayette County, west of, but not including mines of the Gauley River branch of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.

McDowell County, that portion not served by and lying west of the Dry Fork branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.

Raleigh County, all mines on the Coal River branch of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and north thereof.

Nicholas County, that part south of and not served by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

Wyoming County, that portion served by Gilbert branch of the Virginian Railway lying west of the mouth of Skin Fork of Guyandot River.

The following counties in Virginia: Dickinson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Wise.

All of Buchanan County, except that portion on the headwaters of Dismal Creek, east of Lynn Camp Creek (tributary of Dismal Creek) and that portion served by the Richlands-Jewell Ridge branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.

Tazewell County, except portions served by the Dry Fork branch of Norfolk and Western Railroad and Branch from Bluestone Junction to Boissevain of Norfork and Western Railroad and Richlands-Jewell Ridge branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.

The following counties in Kentucky: Bell, Boyd, Breathitt, Carter, Clay, Clinton, Elliott, Floyd, Greenup, Harlan, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, McCreary, Magoffin, Martin, Manifee, Morgan, Owsley, Perry, Pike, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Wayne, Whitley, Wolfe.

The following counties in Tennessee: Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Cumberland, Fentress, Morgan, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Roane, Scott.

The following counties in North Carolina: Lee, Chatham, Moore.

District 9. West Kentucky: $2.59.

The following counties in Kentucky: Butler, Christian, Crittenden, Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, Logan, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Simpson, Todd, Union, Warren, Webster.

District 10: Illinois: $2.745.

All coal-producing counties in Illinois.
District 11. Indiana: $2.78.

All coal-producing counties in Indiana. District 12. Iowa: Not less than that minimum wage prescribed in § 50-202.2.

All coal-producing counties in Iowa. District 13. Southeastern: $2.515. All coal-producing counties in Alabama. The following counties in Georgia: Dade, Walker.

The following counties in Tennessee: Marion, Grundy, Hamilton, Bledsoe, Sequatchie, White, Van Buren, Warren, McMinn, Rhea.

District 14. Arkansas-Oklahoma: $2.59. The following counties in Arkansas: All counties in the State.

The following counties in Oklahoma: Haskell, La Flore, Sequoyah.

District 15. Southwestern: $2.59.

All coal-producing counties in Kansas. All coal-producing counties in Texas. All coalproducing counties in Missouri.

The following counties in Oklahoma: Coal, Craig, Latimer, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Pittsburg, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner.

District 16. Northern Colorado: $2.796. The following counties in Colorado: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas, Elbert, El Paso, Jackson, Jefferson, Larimer, Weld.

District 17. Southern Colorado: $2.796. The following counties in Colorado: All counties not included in northern Colorado district.

The following counties in New Mexico: All coal-producing counties in the State of New Mexico, except those included in the New Mexico district.

District 18, New Mexico: $2.796.

The following counties in New Mexico: Grant, Lincoln, McKinley, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, San Juan, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Socorro.

The following counties in Arizona: Pinal, Navajo, Graham, Apache, Coconino.

All coal-producing counties in California.
District 19. Wyoming: $2.82.

All coal-producing counties in Wyoming. The following counties in Idaho: Fremont, Jefferson, Madison, Teton, Bonneville, Bingham. Bannock, Power, Caribou, Oneida, Franklin, Bear Lake.

District 20. Utah: $2.82.

All coal-producing counties in Utah.

District 21. North Dakota-South Dakota: $2.226.

All coal-producing counties in North Dakota. All coal-producing counties in South Dakota.

District 22. Montana: $2.846.

All coal-producing counties in Montana.
District 23. Washington: $2.735.

All coal-producing counties in Washington. All coal-producing counties in Oregon.

(c) Tonnage workers. In the case of employees compensated in whole or in part under a piece rate system, the minimum wage obligations under the WalshHealey Public Contracts Act will be fulfilled if a majority of the incentive workers engaged in work for the Government in a contracting establishment receive the applicable prevailing minimum hourly rate as set forth in paragraph (b) of this section during the period of time in which they perform such work, and if the average hourly earnings of the group of incentive workers engaged in work for the Government exceed this minimum during this period. Notwithstanding a mine's failure to meet the forego

ing requirement during the particular period in which Government contract work is performed, it will nevertheless be regarded as in compliance with the minimum wage provisions of the act if it can demonstrate that a majority of its incentive workers have or would have earned at least the minimum wage and that the average hourly earnings of such workers as a group have or would have exceeded that minimum under normal mining conditions under the compensation arrangements prevailing during the period in which the mine was producing for the Government.

(d) Auxiliary workers. The term "auxiliary workers" as applied to employees in the Bituminous Coal Industry shall include employees who are employed in the following occupations or combinations of occupations:

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13. Powerhouse, sub-station, and pump attendant.

14. Hoisting engineer.

15. Employees of regular dealers in coal and employees of contractors who are exempt from section 1(a) of the Act pursuant to § 50-201.604 (a) of this chapter, who do not work in or around coal mines.

(41 U.S.C. 43a) [26 F.R. 9042, Sept. 26, 1961, as amended at 33 F.R. 2388, Jan. 31, 1968] § 50-202.17 Electric lamp industry.

(a) Definition. (1) The electric lamp industry is defined as that industry which manufactures or furnishes electric bulbs, tubes, and related light sources, including but not limited to such products as incandescent filament lamps, sealed beam headlights composed of a filament in a glass shell, vapor and fluorescent lamps, electroluminescent lamps, strobotrons, photoflash and photoflood lamps, ultraviolet and infra-red lamps, and the following electric lamp components: Lead-in wires, support wires, filaments, welds, hooks, and bases.

(2) Excluded is the manufacture or furnishing of electron tubes, X-ray tubes, sealed beam headlights composed of an electric lamp enclosed in a shell of glass or of glass and metal, carbon arc lamps (except electro-therapeutic ultraviolet and infra-red), custommade luminous tube signs, fixtures, and raw materials such as chemicals, gases, glass blanks, glass tubing, glass rod, and dumet, molybdenum, and tungsten wire.

(3) For the purpose of this definition, an electric lamp is defined as any hermetically sealed device the primary purpose of which is to convert electric energy into radiation within the visible spectrum and/or into ultraviolet radiation of wave lengths of not less than 500 angstrom units and/or infra-red radiation not longer than 100,000 angstrom units. (b) Minimum wage. The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of the products of the electric lamp industry shall be not less than $1.65 an hour.

(Secs. 1, 10, 49 Stat. 2036, 66 Stat. 308; 41 U.S.C. 35, 43a) 128 F.R. 3351, Apr. 5, 1963] § 50-202.18 Battery industry.

(a) Definition. (1) The battery industry is defined as that industry which manufactures or furnishes storage batteries or plates therefor, and primary batteries or parts therefor, except glass containers and porcelain covers for wet primary batteries.

(2) Excluded is the manufacture or furnishing of solid-state semiconductor devices.

(b) Minimum wages. (1) The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of lead-acid storage batteries or plates therefor shall be not less than $1.80 an hour.

(2) The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of all other products of the battery industry shall be not less than that prescribed in § 50-202.2.

(41 U.S.C. 43a) [28 F.R. 12867, Dec. 4, 1963, as amended at 33 F.R. 2388, Jan. 31, 1968] § 50-202.20 Tires and related products industry.

(a) Definition. The tires and related products industry is defined as that industry which manufactures or furnishes tires and related products, including pneumatic casings, inner tubes, industrial and highway solid tires of 2 inches or more in cross section, and camelback.

(b) Minimum wage. The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of products of the tires and related products industry shall be not less than $1.77 an hour.

(c) Tolerance. Beginners or probationary workers as defined in this paragraph may be employed for a period not to exceed 160 hours in the manufacture or furnishing of products of the tires and related products industry at a minimum wage of not less than $1.67 an hour. A beginner or probationary worker for the purpose of this paragraph is a new plant employee hired at a rate lower than that established for a specific job during the period of time required to reecive orientation or initial training for that job and who has less than 160 hours experience in the plant in which he is employed.

(Sec. 6, 49 Stat. 2038, 41 U.S.C. 40)

§ 50-202.27 Miscellaneous chemical products and preparations industry.

(a) Definitions. The miscellaneous chemical products and preparations industry is defined as that industry which manufactures (including packaging) or furnishes the products in the product groups defined in subparagraphs (1) and (2) of this paragraph.

(1) Product Group 1. Specialty cleaning, polishing, and sanitation preparations (such as metal polishes, including automobile waxes; household, institutional and industrial plant insecticides,

disinfectants and deodorants; and dry cleaning preparations); surface active agents, finishing agents, and sulfonated oils and assistants (such as wetting agents, emulsifiers, and penetrants); and agricultural chemicals (such as trace elements, soil conditioners, and readyto-use agricultural pest control chemicals including insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides).

(2) Product Group 2. Adhesives, glues, mucilage, cements and sizes; gelatin (except dessert preparations); household tints, dyes, and bleaches; bluings; writing inks; essential oils; industrial compounds (such as boiler and heat insulating compounds, metal, oil and water treating compounds, and waterproofing compounds, and chemical supplies for foundries); automotive chemicals (such as cooling system chemicals including antifreeze, synthetic base hydraulic fluids, and de-icing and defrosting compounds); and evaporated salt (except byproduct salt).

(3) Exclusions. Products excluded from the groups defined in subparagraphs (1) and (2) of this paragraph are: Basic industrial inorganic and organic chemicals including industrial gases and basic plastic materials; bone black, carbon black, and lamp black cyclic coal tar crudes; display fireworks, explosives and ammunition; fatty acids; fertilizers; fissionable materials; floor and furniture waxes and polishes; gum and wood chemicals; inorganic color pigments; paint and varnish removers; paints, varnishes, lacquers, japans and enamels; perfumes, cosmetics, and toilet preparations; petroleum crudes; prepared photographic developers, fixers and toners; printing ink; soap, glycerin, and synthetic organic detergents for household and institutional use; cleaners, washing compounds and other cleaning agents and compounds containing any soap and/or synthetic organic detergents; synthetic fibers; synthetic rubber; whiting, putty, and wood fibers; and solid fuel propellants.

(b) Minimum wages-(1) Product Group 1. The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture (including packaging) or furnishing of the products in Product Group 1 of the miscellaneous chemical products and preparations industry shall be not less than that prescribed in § 50-202.2.

(2) Product group 2. The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture (including packaging) or fur

nishing of the products of product group 2 of the miscellaneous chemical products and preparations industry shall be $1.80 per hour.

(41 U.S.C. 43a) [26 F.R. 10355, Nov. 3, 1961, as amended at 33 FR. 2388, Jan. 31, 1968] § 50-202.30 Pumps and compressors industry.

(a) Definition. (1) The pumps and compressors industry is defined as that industry which manufactures or furnishes hand and power-driven pumps, compressors, and pumping equipment, including parts especially designed therefor. Products of this industry include, without limitation, the following: industrial pumps, pumps for fluid power systems, hydraulic pumps, vacuum pumps, domestic water systems and pumps, domestic hand and windmill pumps, oil well and oil field pumps, air and gas compressors, tire inflators, and dusting and spraying outfits for metals, paints, and chemicals (except agricultural dusting and spraying machinery and equipment).

(2) The pumps and compressors industry does not include the manufacture or furnishing of refrigerating and air conditioning compressors, laboratory vacuum pumps, fuel pumps for motor vehicles, aircraft engine pumps, propeller feathering pumps, gasoline and oil measuring and dispensing pumps, grease guns, and agricultural dusting and spraying machinery and equipment.

(b) Minimum wages. The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of the products of the pumps and compressors industry shall be not less than $1.65 an hour. [28 F.R. 5460, June 4, 1963]

§ 50-202.33 Conveyors and conveying equipment industry.

(a) Definition. (1) The conveyors and conveying equipment industry is defined as that industry which manufactures or furnishes conveyors and conveying equipment for factory, warehouse, mine, and other industrial and commercial installation. It includes, but without limitation, the following types of conveyors and conveying systems: Gravity conveyors, trolley conveyors, pneumatic conveyors, portable conveyors (except farm), bulk material conveyors including underground mine conveyors, package (unit) conveyors and moving walks; and parts, attachments, and accessories specifically

designed for conveyors and conveying systems.

(2) Specifically excluded from the definition are the manufacture or furnishing of: Passenger, freight, or farm elevators; dumbwaiters; moving stairways; overhead traveling cranes; hoists; monorail systems (systems which contain no chain or other continuous propelling media); and parts commonly recognized as products of industries other than the conveyors and conveying equipment industry, such as engines, motors, mechanical power transmission equipment including bearings and speed changers, electrical and electronic controls, and conveyor belting.

(b) Minimum wage. The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of the products of the conveyors and conveying equipment industry, except those engaged exclusively in the installation of such products, shall be not less than $1.70 an hour. (66 Stat. 308; 41 U.S.C. 43a) [28 F.R. 8033, Aug. 7, 1963, as amended at 29 F.R. 3576, Mar. 20, 1964]

§ 50-202.34 Engines and turbines industry.

(a) Definition. (1) The engines and turbines industry is defined as that industry which manufactures or furnishes steam engines; steam turbines; hydraulic turbines; gas turbines (except aircraft); complete steam, gas, and hydraulic turbine generator sets; internal combustion engines (except aircraft and nondiesel automotive) such as diesel and semidiesel engines, including marine, locomotive, and military tank engines; jet propulsion engines (except aircraft); outboard motors and propelling units; and parts, attachments and accessories specifically designed for the foregoing products such as, but not limited to, governors for steam and gas turbines, turbine blades, assembled diaphragms, turning gear drives, marine propulsion gears, head covers, bottom rings, discharge rings, pit liners, pistons, vibration dampers, cam follower rollers, crankshafts, piston pins and gear covers.

(2) Specifically excluded from this definition are: Prime mover generator sets (except complete steam, gas or hydraulic turbine generator sets); all types of generators; aircraft engines; rocket engines; automotive engines (except diesel); locomotives; and parts commonly recognized as products of industries other than the engines and turbines

industry such as, but not limited to, temperature relays, packings, pulsation dampeners, roller and ball bearings, compressors, piping and tubing, oil pumps, couplings, rubber sealing rings, clutches, governors for diesel engines, gaskets, thrust bearings, torque converters, silencers, valve seat inserts and nonmetallic engine mountings.

(b) Minimum wages. (1) The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of steam engines, steam turbines, hydraulic turbines, gas turbines (except aircraft), complete steam, gas, and hydraulic turbine generator sets; and parts, attachments, and accessories specifically designed for the foregoing products, shall be not less than $1.71 an hour.

(2) The minimum wage for persons employed in the manufacture or furnishing of internal combustion engines (except aircraft and non-diesel automotive) such as diesel and semi-diesel engines, including marine, locomotive, and military tank engines; jet propulsion engines (except aircraft); outboard motors and propelling units; and parts, attachments, and accessories specifically designed for the foregoing products shall be not less than $1.69 an hour. [28 F.R. 11305, Oct. 23, 1963]

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