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Vouchers:

For payment of bills and accounts. See Bills and accounts.

For transportation of property or passengers, for Government, 4 Parts 7, 9
Voyage records, to be retained by certain cargo and passenger vessels, 46 $$ 78.07,
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Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department:

Administrative employees; definition, 29 $$ 541.200–541.214
Advisory interpretations announced by Administrator, 29 $ 775.1
Agriculture:
Area of production" defined, with respect to wages and hours, 29 Part 536

Exemption under Portal-to-Portal Act, 29 $ 790.29
Minors employed in agriculture; records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.24
Processing of agricultural commodities, and related operations; definitions

and interpretations, 29 Part 780
Farmers' cooperative associations, employees of, 29 $$ 780.80-780.82
Forestry or lumbering operations incident to or in conjunction with

farming operations, 29 $$ 780.60–780.65
Processing of agricultural commodities; handling, canning of fresh

fruit and vegetables, etc., 29 $$ 780.50_780.52
Air carriers; exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor Stand-

ards Act, 29 $ 786.1
Apparel industries:
Home workers, employment of:

Gloves and mittens, 29 Part 621
Knitted outerwear, 29 Part 617

Women's apparel, 29 Part 605
In Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders. See Puerto Rico.
Learners, employment of:

General provisions, 29 $ $ 522,1-522.24
Gloves, 29 $8 522.60–522.65
Hoisery, 29 $ $ 522.40-522.43
Knitted wear,

29 $$ 522.30–522.35
Apprentices:

Employment at below minimum wages, 29 Part 521

Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.20
Area of production:
Definitions respecting, for first processing and other processing of agri-

cultural, dairy, etc., products; exceptions from provisions respecting

wages and hours under Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 Part 536
Exemption under Portal-to-Portal Act of 1947, as to activities of enployees

prior to December 26, 1946, 29 $ 790.29
Assurances, written, that goods are produced in compliance with law; general

statement on provisions of section 12 (a) and section 15 (a) (1) of Fair

Labor Standards Act, 29 Part 789
Board, lodging, tools, uniforms, and other facilities furnished by employers:

Reasonable cost of, 29 Part 531

Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.22
Buses. See Motor carriers.
Button and buckle industries:

Home workers (employment of), 29 Part 625

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Parts 675, 676, 678, 690, 691, 709
Cigar and cigarette manufacturing industries:

Cigar industries; employment of learners, 29 $ $ 522.80-522.85

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Part 657
Clothing industries. See Apparel industries.
Compensation, payment of. See Payments.
Cooperative associations, farmers'; employees of; exemption as to workweek

provisions, etc., 29 $$ 780.80-780.82
Coverage of wage and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938;

interpretations as to what types of employment are covered, etc., 29 Part 776
Disabled or handicapped persons, employment of. See Handicapped persons.
Electric railways. See Railways.

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department—Continued
Embroideries industries; minimum wages:

Homeworkers, 29 Part 633

Puerto Rico, 29 Parts 545, 655
Employees; 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," 29 Part 541
Employers:
Reasonable cost of furnishing board, lodging, tools, uniforms, and other

facilities to employees, 29 Part 531
Records to be kept by; respecting wages, hours, and other conditions of

employment. See Records to be kept by employers.
Enforcement policy, general, 29 $ 775.0
Executive employees; definition, 29 $8 541.100–541.119
Exemptions of various types of employment, and enforcement policy with re-

spect to performance of nonexempt work, 29 Part 786
Air carriers, 29 § 786.1
Electric railways, street, suburban or interurban, 29 $ 786.50
Fisheries, 29 $ 784.1
Motor bus carriers, 29 $ 786.50
Pipeline carriers, 29 $ 786.150
Railroads, 29 $ 786.150
Seafood establishments, 29 $ 784.1
Seamen, 29 $$ 783.1–783.4
Telephone switchboards, 29 $ 786.100

Trolleys, local, 29 $ 786.50
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; coverage of wage and hours provisions.

See Coverage; Hours; and Wages.
Fariners' cooperative associations, employees of; exemption as to workweek

provisions, etc., 29 $$ 780.80—780.82
Farming operations. See Agriculture.
Feed dealers; exemption from minimum wage provisions, 29 $ 779.31
Fisheries, exemption of employees from wages and hours provisions of Fair

Labor Standards Act; enforcement policy concerning performance of non-

exempt work, 29 Part 784
Forestry operations:
Agricultural operations, inclusion in; definitions and interpretations, 29

$$ 780.60–780.65
Forestry and logging operations in which not more than twelve employees

are employed, exemption from minimum wage provisions; interpreta-

tions, etc., 29 Part 788
Frozen-food locker plants; exemption from minimum wage provisions, 29 $ 779.29
Gloves and mittens industries:

Homeworkers, employment of, 29 Part 621
Learners, employment of, 29 $ $ 522.60–522.65

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Part 680
Handicapped persons, employment of:

General regulations; granting of certificates, etc., 29 Part 524
Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.20
Sheltered workshops, employment of handicapped clients in; certificates,

etc., 29 Part 525
Veterans, handicapped by service-connected disability; issuance of certifi-

cates to veterans employed under vocational rehabilitation program

administered by Veterans' Administration, 29 $ 524.5
Handkerchief manufacturing industries; minimum wages for home workers,

29 Part 628
Home workers, employment of, at below minimum wages:

In Puerto Rico, 29 Parts 545, 681
In Virgin Islands, 29 Part 695
Industrial home workers; records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.21
Various industries:

Button and buckle, 29 Part 625
Embroideries, 29 Part 633
Gloves and mittens, 29 Part 621
Handkerchief manufacturing, 29 Part 628

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department—Continued
Home workers, employment of, at below minimum wages—Continued
Various industries-Continued

Jewelry manufacturing, 29 Part 607
Knitted outerwear, 29 Part 617

Women's apparel, 29 Part 605
Hosiery industry:

Learners, employment of, 29 $$ 522.40–522.43

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Part 687
Hours provisions:

Application of principles of Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 Part 785
Coverage; interpretation, 29 Part 776
Enforcement, 29 Part 775
Exemptions:

Agriculture operations, 29 Part 780
Fisheries, 29 Part 784
Forestry operations, 29 Part 788
Motor carriers, 29 Part 782
Retail or service establishments, 29 Part 779
Seafood establishments, 29 Part 784

Seamen, 29 Part 783
Overtime. See Overtime.

Portal-to-Portal Act of 1947, effect of, 29 Part 790
Ice manufacturers and dealers; exemption from minimum wage provisions,

29 $ 779.32
Indians, on Navajo, Hopi, and Pueblo Indian Reservations; minimum wage or-

ders respecting jewelry manufacturing, 29 $ 607.12
Industrial home workers. See Home workers.
Industry committees, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands; appointment of mem-

bers, meetings, hearings, recommendations, reports, etc., 29 Part 511
Inspections of places and conditions of employment by State agencies, 29 Part

515
Interpretations, advisory, 29 $ 775.1
Investigations and inspections of places and conditions of employment by State

agencies, 29 Part 515
Jewelry manufacturing industries:

Home workers, employment of, 29 Part 607

Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Parts 676, 709
Knitted wear industries:
Home workers, employment of:

Gloves and mittens, 29 Part 621

Outerwear, 29 Part 617
Learners, employment of, 29 $ $ 522.30–522.35
Laundry and dry cleaning establishment; exemption from minimum wage pro-

visions, 29 $$ 779.23–779.25
Learners, or apprentices, employment of, at below minimum wages:

Apprentices, 29 Part 521
Learners, 29 Part 522

Apparel industry, 29 $$ 522.20–522.24
Cigar industry (in continental United States), 29 $ $ 522.80-522.85
Glove industry, 29 $$ 522.60–522.65
Hoisery industry, 29 $$ 522.40–522.43
Knitted wear industry, 29 $$ 522.30–522.35
Shoe manufacturing industry, 29 $ $ 522.50–522.55

Telephone industry (independent), 29 $ $ 522.70–522.74
Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.20
Student-learners, part-time employment of, in vocational training pro-

grams, 29 Part 520
Loaders, employed by motor carriers. See Motor carriers.
Lodging and other facilities furnished by employers:

Reasonable cost of, 29 Part 531

Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.22
Lumbering operations. See Forestry operations.
Mechanics, employed by motor carriers. See Motor carriers.

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department Continued
Messengers:

Employment at below minimum wages, 29 Part 523
In Puerto Rico; minimum wage orders, 29 Part 671

Records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.20
Minimum wages. See Wages.
Minors employed in agriculture; records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.24
Mittens industries. See Gloves and mittens industries.
Monument dealers; exemption from minimum wage provisions, 29 § 779.30
Motion picture producing industry; special provision respecting employees paid

at least $200 a week, 29 $ $ 541.5a, 541.601
Motor carriers; exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor

Standards Act:
Buses, local; nonexempt work within workweek, 29 $ 786.50
Employees (drivers, helpers, loaders, mechanics); exemption from maxi-

mum hours provisions, 29 Part 782
Needlework industries; employment of homeworkers:

Embroideries, 29 Part 633

Puerto Rico, 29 Parts 545, 655
Overtime:

See also Payments of compensation to employees.
Basic rates, established; authorization of, 29 Part 548
Overtime compensation, 29 Part 778

Overtime pay requirements, 29 $$ 778.2, 778.3
Pay plans which circumvent the act:

Artificial regular rates, 29 $ 778.21
Pseudo-bonuses, 29 $ 778.23

“Split-day” plan, 29 $ 778.22
Regular rate; what payments are excluded from, 29 $ $ 778.4–778.8
Regular rate principles, exceptions from, 29 $$ 778.18–778.20
Special overtime provisions under section 7 (b), where employee works

both in excess of 12 hours a day and 56 hours in workweek, 29

§ 778.25
Special problems:

Deductions affect regular rate, 29 § 778.12
Failure to count or pay for certain working hours, effect of, 29

38 778.16, 778.17
Lump sum attributed to overtime, 29 $ 778.14
Pay increases, retroactive, 29 § 778.11
Prizes as bonuses, 29 $ 778.13
“Task” basis of payment, 29 § 778.15
Workweek:

Change in beginning of, 29 $ 778.10
Reduction in workweek schedule with no change in pay, 29

$ 778.9
Veterans' subsistence allowances not to be used to offset wages, in on-

the-job training, 29 $ 778.24
Records to be kept by employees, 29 $ $ 516.11-516.18

Workweeks, overtime; additions or deductions, 29 § 777.12
Payments of compensation to employees:

See also Overtime.
Methods of payment under Fair Labor Standards Act and the application

of section 3 (m) thereto, 29 Part 777
How payment may be made (cash or otherwise), 29 $$ 777.2–777.10
Payment where additions or deductions are involved:

Nonovertime workweeks, 29 $ 777.11

Overtime workweeks, 29 $ 777.12
Payments made to person other than employee:

Amounts deducted for taxes, 29 $ 777.13
To employee's assignee, 29 § 777.15

To third persons, pursuant to court order, 29 $ 777.14
Pipeline carriers; exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor

Standards Act, 29 $ 786.150
Portal-to-Portal Act of 1947, effect on Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938;

general statement, 29 Part 790

Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department—Continued

Professional employees; definition, 29 $$ 541.300-541.315
Profit-sharing plan or trust, bona fide, for employees; defining and delimiting

term, 29 Part 549
Puerto Rico:
Home workers in various industries:

Needlework and fabricated textile products industry, 29 Part 545

Other than needlework, 29 Part 681
Minimum wage orders, various industries:

See also Home workers.
Advertising activities, 29 Part 672
Airline transportation, 29 Part 671
Alcohol:

Aromatic, 29 Part 597

Industrial, 29 Parts 659, 706
Alcoholic beverage, 29 Part 706
Apparel:

See also Gloves; Handbags; Hats; and Shoes.
Corsets, brassieres, and allied garments, 29 Part 710
Hosiery, 29 Part 678

Men's and boys' clothing, 29 Part 703
Artificial flowers, 29 Part 688
Bags. See Handbags.
Balls, leather covered, 29 Part 690
Banking, insurance and finance, 29 Part 661
Baskets, 29 Part 674
Bay oil, bay rum, and aromatic alcohol, 29 Part 597
Bedding; mattress, quilt, and pillow, 29 Part 597
Beverages:

Alcoholic, 29 Part 706

Nonalcoholic, 29 Part 673
Box, paper, manufacturing, 29 Part 665
Buckles, 29 Part 704
Business enterprises, 29 Part 672
Buttons, 29 Part 709

Bone, horn, ivory, shell, 29 Part 678
Leather, 29 Part 690
Metal, plastic, 29 Part 676
Pearl, 29 Part 691

Wooden, 29 Part 675
Candy and related products, 29 Part 673
Canning (vegetables, fruit, and fruit juice), 29 Part 593
Caskets, 29 Part 675
Cement, 29 Parts 662, 678
Charcoal, 29 Part 675
Chemicals and related products, 29 Part 670
Clay and clay products, 29 Parts 678, 700
Coal mining, 29 Part 670
Coconut (manufactured), 29 Part 663
Communications (wire, radio or messenger), 29 Part 671
Concrete construction products, 29 Parts 662, 678
Construction and related industries, 29 Part 672
Corsets, brassieres, and allied garments industry, 29 Part 710
Decorations and party favors, 29 Part 705
Diamonds, gem or industrial, 29 Part 676
Drugs, medicines, and related products, 29 Part 670
Education activities, 29 Part 672
Electric utilities, 29 Part 671
Electrical goods manufacturing, 29 Parts 676, 701, 711
Embroideries, 29 Parts 545, 655
Express, railway, 29 Part 692
Finance, banking and insurance, 29 Part 661
Flowers, artificial, 29 Part 688
Foods, beverages, and related products, 29 Part 673
Foundry, machine shop and fabricated metal products, 29 Part 685

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