Title 29

Volume 3 CHAPTER V

Chapter V - Wage And Hour Division, Department Of Labor

CHAPTER V - WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

29:3.1.1.1SUBCHAP A
SUBCHAPTER A - REGULATIONS
29:3.1.1.1.1PART 500
   PART 500 - MIGRANT AND SEASONAL AGRICULTURAL WORKER PROTECTION
29:3.1.1.1.1.1.25SUBJGRP 25
      Applicability of the Act: Exemptions
29:3.1.1.1.1.2.26SUBJGRP 26
      Registration Requirements; General
29:3.1.1.1.1.2.27SUBJGRP 27
      Applications and Renewal of Farm Labor Contractor and Farm Labor Contractor Employee Certificates
29:3.1.1.1.1.2.28SUBJGRP 28
      Action on Application
29:3.1.1.1.1.2.29SUBJGRP 29
      Additional Obligations of Farm Labor Contractors and Farm Labor Contractor Employees
29:3.1.1.1.1.3.30SUBJGRP 30
      General
29:3.1.1.1.1.3.31SUBJGRP 31
      Recruiting, Hiring and Providing Information to Migrant Agricultural Workers
29:3.1.1.1.1.3.32SUBJGRP 32
      Hiring and Providing Information to Seasonal Agricultural Workers
29:3.1.1.1.1.3.33SUBJGRP 33
      Employment Information Furnished
29:3.1.1.1.1.3.34SUBJGRP 34
      Wages and Payroll Standards
29:3.1.1.1.1.4.35SUBJGRP 35
      Motor Vehicle Safety
29:3.1.1.1.1.4.36SUBJGRP 36
      Insurance
29:3.1.1.1.1.4.37SUBJGRP 37
      Housing Safety and Health
29:3.1.1.1.1.5.38SUBJGRP 38
      Agreements With Federal and State Agencies
29:3.1.1.1.1.5.39SUBJGRP 39
      Central Public Registry
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.40SUBJGRP 40
      General
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.41SUBJGRP 41
      Procedures Relating to Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.42SUBJGRP 42
      Procedures Relating to Substituted Service
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.43SUBJGRP 43
      Rules of Practice
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.44SUBJGRP 44
      Referral for Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.45SUBJGRP 45
      Procedures Before Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.46SUBJGRP 46
      Post-Hearing Procedures
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.47SUBJGRP 47
      Modification or Vacation of Order of Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.1.1.6.48SUBJGRP 48
      Record
29:3.1.1.1.2PART 501
   PART 501 - ENFORCEMENT OF CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS FOR TEMPORARY ALIEN AGRICULTURAL WORKERS ADMITTED UNDER SECTION 218 OF THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.56SUBJGRP 56
      Procedures Relating To Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.57SUBJGRP 57
      Rules of Practice
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.58SUBJGRP 58
      Referral for Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.59SUBJGRP 59
      Procedures Before Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.60SUBJGRP 60
      Post-Hearing Procedures
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.61SUBJGRP 61
      Review of Administrative Law Judge's Decision
29:3.1.1.1.2.3.62SUBJGRP 62
      Record
29:3.1.1.1.3PART 502
   PART 502 - ENFORCEMENT OF CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS FOR TEMPORARY ALIEN AGRICULTURAL WORKERS ADMITTED UNDER SECTION 218 OF THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT (SUSPENDED 6-29-2009)
29:3.1.1.1.3.3.70SUBJGRP 70
      Procedures Relating to Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.3.3.71SUBJGRP 71
      Rules of Practice
29:3.1.1.1.3.3.72SUBJGRP 72
      Procedures Before Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.1.3.3.73SUBJGRP 73
      Post-Hearing Procedures
29:3.1.1.1.3.3.74SUBJGRP 74
      Review of Administrative Law Judge's Decision
29:3.1.1.1.3.3.75SUBJGRP 75
      Record
29:3.1.1.1.4PART 503
   PART 503 - ENFORCEMENT OF OBLIGATIONS FOR TEMPORARY NONIMMIGRANT NON-AGRICULTURAL WORKERS DESCRIBED IN THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT
29:3.1.1.1.4.3.82SUBJGRP 82
      Procedures Related to Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.4.3.83SUBJGRP 83
      Rules of Practice
29:3.1.1.1.4.3.84SUBJGRP 84
      Procedures Before Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.1.4.3.85SUBJGRP 85
      Post-Hearing Procedures
29:3.1.1.1.4.3.86SUBJGRP 86
      Review of Administrative Law Judge's Decision
29:3.1.1.1.4.3.87SUBJGRP 87
      Record
29:3.1.1.1.5PART 504
   PART 504 - ATTESTATIONS BY FACILITIES USING NONIMMIGRANT ALIENS AS REGISTERED NURSES
29:3.1.1.1.6PART 505
   PART 505 - LABOR STANDARDS ON PROJECTS OR PRODUCTIONS ASSISTED BY GRANTS FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENTS FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES
29:3.1.1.1.7PART 506
   PART 506 - ATTESTATIONS BY EMPLOYERS USING ALIEN CREWMEMBERS FOR LONGSHORE ACTIVITIES IN U.S. PORTS
29:3.1.1.1.8PART 507
   PART 507 - LABOR CONDITION APPLICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYERS USING NONIMMIGRANTS ON H-1B SPECIALTY VISAS IN SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONS AND AS FASHION MODELS
29:3.1.1.1.9PART 508
   PART 508 - ATTESTATIONS FILED BY EMPLOYERS UTILIZING F-1 STUDENTS FOR OFF-CAMPUS WORK
29:3.1.1.1.10PART 510
   PART 510 - IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MINIMUM WAGE PROVISIONS OF THE 1989 AMENDMENTS TO THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT IN PUERTO RICO
29:3.1.1.1.11PART 511
   PART 511 - WAGE ORDER PROCEDURE FOR AMERICAN SAMOA
29:3.1.1.1.12PART 515
   PART 515 - UTILIZATION OF STATE AGENCIES FOR INVESTIGATIONS AND INSPECTIONS
29:3.1.1.1.13PART 516
   PART 516 - RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY EMPLOYERS
29:3.1.1.1.13.0.88SUBJGRP 88
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.1.14PART 519
   PART 519 - EMPLOYMENT OF FULL-TIME STUDENTS AT SUBMINIMUM WAGES
29:3.1.1.1.15PART 520
   PART 520 - EMPLOYMENT UNDER SPECIAL CERTIFICATE OF MESSENGERS, LEARNERS (INCLUDING STUDENT-LEARNERS), AND APPRENTICES
29:3.1.1.1.16PART 521-524
   PARTS 521-524 [RESERVED]
29:3.1.1.1.17PART 525
   PART 525 - EMPLOYMENT OF WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES UNDER SPECIAL CERTIFICATES
29:3.1.1.1.18PART 527
   PART 527 [RESERVED]
29:3.1.1.1.19PART 528
   PART 528 - ANNULMENT OR WITHDRAWAL OF CERTIFICATES FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF STUDENT-LEARNERS, APPRENTICES, LEARNERS, MESSENGERS, HANDICAPPED PERSONS, STUDENT-WORKERS, AND FULL-TIME STUDENTS IN AGRICULTURE OR IN RETAIL OR SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS AT SPECIAL MINI
29:3.1.1.1.20PART 530
   PART 530 - EMPLOYMENT OF HOMEWORKERS IN CERTAIN INDUSTRIES
29:3.1.1.1.21PART 531
   PART 531 - WAGE PAYMENTS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
29:3.1.1.1.21.3.92SUBJGRP 92
      How Payments May Be Made
29:3.1.1.1.21.3.93SUBJGRP 93
      Payment Where Additions or Deductions Are Involved
29:3.1.1.1.21.3.94SUBJGRP 94
      Payments Made to Persons Other Than Employees
29:3.1.1.1.22PART 536
   PART 536 - AREA OF PRODUCTION
29:3.1.1.1.23PART 541
   PART 541 - DEFINING AND DELIMITING THE EXEMPTIONS FOR EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL, COMPUTER AND OUTSIDE SALES EMPLOYEES
29:3.1.1.1.24PART 547
   PART 547 - REQUIREMENTS OF A “BONA FIDE THRIFT OR SAVINGS PLAN”
29:3.1.1.1.25PART 548
   PART 548 - AUTHORIZATION OF ESTABLISHED BASIC RATES FOR COMPUTING OVERTIME PAY
29:3.1.1.1.25.2.100SUBJGRP 100
      Introduction
29:3.1.1.1.25.2.101SUBJGRP 101
      Requirements for a Basic Rate
29:3.1.1.1.25.2.102SUBJGRP 102
      Authorized Basic Rates
29:3.1.1.1.25.2.103SUBJGRP 103
      Rates Authorized on Application
29:3.1.1.1.25.2.104SUBJGRP 104
      Computation of Overtime Pay
29:3.1.1.1.26PART 549
   PART 549 - REQUIREMENTS OF A “BONA FIDE PROFIT-SHARING PLAN OR TRUST”
29:3.1.1.1.27PART 550
   PART 550 - DEFINING AND DELIMITING THE TERM “TALENT FEES”
29:3.1.1.1.28PART 551
   PART 551 - LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVERS AND HELPERS; WAGE PAYMENT PLANS
29:3.1.1.1.29PART 552
   PART 552 - APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO DOMESTIC SERVICE
29:3.1.1.1.30PART 553
   PART 553 - APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO EMPLOYEES OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
29:3.1.1.1.30.1.114SUBJGRP 114
      Introduction
29:3.1.1.1.30.1.115SUBJGRP 115
      Section 3(e)(2)(C) - Exclusions
29:3.1.1.1.30.1.116SUBJGRP 116
      Section 7(o) - Compensatory Time and Compensatory Time Off
29:3.1.1.1.30.1.117SUBJGRP 117
      Other Exemptions
29:3.1.1.1.30.1.118SUBJGRP 118
      Recordkeeping
29:3.1.1.1.30.3.119SUBJGRP 119
      General Principles
29:3.1.1.1.30.3.120SUBJGRP 120
      Exemption Requirements
29:3.1.1.1.30.3.121SUBJGRP 121
      Tour of Duty and Compensable Hours of Work Rules
29:3.1.1.1.30.3.122SUBJGRP 122
      Overtime Compensation Rules
29:3.1.1.1.31PART 570
   PART 570 - CHILD LABOR REGULATIONS, ORDERS AND STATEMENTS OF INTERPRETATION
29:3.1.1.1.31.2.131SUBJGRP 131
      Provisions of Other Laws
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.132SUBJGRP 132
      General
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.133SUBJGRP 133
      Coverage of Section 12(a)
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.134SUBJGRP 134
      Coverage of Section 12(c)
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.135SUBJGRP 135
      Joint and Separate Applicability of Sections 12(a) and 12(c)
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.136SUBJGRP 136
      Oppressive Child Labor
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.137SUBJGRP 137
      Exemptions
29:3.1.1.1.31.8.138SUBJGRP 138
      Enforcement
29:3.1.1.1.32PART 575
   PART 575 - WAIVER OF CHILD LABOR PROVISIONS FOR AGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT OF 10 AND 11 YEAR OLD MINORS IN HAND HARVESTING OF SHORT SEASON CROPS
29:3.1.1.1.33PART 578
   PART 578 - MINIMUM WAGE AND OVERTIME VIOLATIONS - CIVIL MONEY PENALTIES
29:3.1.1.1.34PART 579
   PART 579 - CHILD LABOR VIOLATIONS - CIVIL MONEY PENALTIES
29:3.1.1.1.35PART 580
   PART 580 - CIVIL MONEY PENALTIES - PROCEDURES FOR ASSESSING AND CONTESTING PENALTIES
29:3.1.1.1.35.0.139SUBJGRP 139
      Rules of Practice
29:3.1.1.1.35.0.140SUBJGRP 140
      Referral for Hearing
29:3.1.1.1.36PART 697
   PART 697 - INDUSTRIES IN AMERICAN SAMOA
29:3.1.1.2SUBCHAP B
SUBCHAPTER B - STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY OR INTERPRETATION NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO REGULATIONS
29:3.1.1.2.37PART 775
   PART 775 - GENERAL
29:3.1.1.2.38PART 776
   PART 776 - INTERPRETATIVE BULLETIN ON THE GENERAL COVERAGE OF THE WAGE AND HOURS PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
29:3.1.1.2.38.1.147SUBJGRP 147
      Individual Employee Coverage
29:3.1.1.2.38.1.148SUBJGRP 148
      How Coverage Is Determined
29:3.1.1.2.38.1.149SUBJGRP 149
      Engaging “In Commerce”
29:3.1.1.2.38.1.150SUBJGRP 150
      Engaging in “The Production of Goods for Commerce”
29:3.1.1.2.38.2.151SUBJGRP 151
      Enterprise Coverage
29:3.1.1.2.38.2.152SUBJGRP 152
      Individual Employee Coverage in the Construction Industry
29:3.1.1.2.39PART 778
   PART 778 - OVERTIME COMPENSATION
29:3.1.1.2.39.2.175SUBJGRP 175
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.39.2.176SUBJGRP 176
      Principles for Computing Overtime Pay Based on the “Regular Rate”
29:3.1.1.2.39.3.177SUBJGRP 177
      The Statutory Provisions
29:3.1.1.2.39.3.178SUBJGRP 178
      Extra Compensation Paid for Overtime
29:3.1.1.2.39.3.179SUBJGRP 179
      Bonuses
29:3.1.1.2.39.3.180SUBJGRP 180
      Payments not for Hours Worked
29:3.1.1.2.39.3.181SUBJGRP 181
      Talent Fees in the Radio and Television Industry
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.182SUBJGRP 182
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.183SUBJGRP 183
      Change in the Beginning of the Workweek
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.184SUBJGRP 184
      Additional Pay for Past Period
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.185SUBJGRP 185
      How Deductions Affect the Regular Rate
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.186SUBJGRP 186
      Lump Sum Attributed to Overtime
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.187SUBJGRP 187
      “Task” Basis of Payment
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.188SUBJGRP 188
      Effect of Failure To Count or Pay for Certain Working Hours
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.189SUBJGRP 189
      Effect of Paying for But Not Counting Certain Hours
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.190SUBJGRP 190
      Reduction in Workweek Schedule With No Change in Pay
29:3.1.1.2.39.4.191SUBJGRP 191
      Prizes as Bonuses
29:3.1.1.2.39.5.192SUBJGRP 192
      Computing Overtime Pay on an “Established” Rate
29:3.1.1.2.39.5.193SUBJGRP 193
      Guaranteed Compensation Which Includes Overtime Pay
29:3.1.1.2.39.5.194SUBJGRP 194
      Computing Overtime Pay on the Rate Applicable to the Type of Work Performed in Overtime Hours (Secs. 7(g)(1) and (2))
29:3.1.1.2.39.6.195SUBJGRP 195
      Devices To Evade the Overtime Requirements
29:3.1.1.2.39.6.196SUBJGRP 196
      Pseudo-Bonuses
29:3.1.1.2.40PART 779
   PART 779 - THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AS APPLIED TO RETAILERS OF GOODS OR SERVICES
29:3.1.1.2.40.1.253SUBJGRP 253
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.40.1.254SUBJGRP 254
      Interpretations of the Law
29:3.1.1.2.40.1.255SUBJGRP 255
      Some Basic Definitions
29:3.1.1.2.40.2.256SUBJGRP 256
      General Principles
29:3.1.1.2.40.2.257SUBJGRP 257
      Employees Engaged in Commerce or in the Production of Goods for Commerce
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.258SUBJGRP 258
      Enterprise; the Business Unit
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.259SUBJGRP 259
      Related Activities
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.260SUBJGRP 260
      Common Business Purpose
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.261SUBJGRP 261
      Unified Operation or Common Control
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.262SUBJGRP 262
      Leased Departments, Franchise and Other Business Arrangements
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.263SUBJGRP 263
      Covered Enterprises
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.264SUBJGRP 264
      Employees Handling, Selling, or Otherwise Working on Goods That Have Been Moved in or Produced for Commerce by Any Person
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.265SUBJGRP 265
      Covered Retail Enterprise
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.266SUBJGRP 266
      Interstate Inflow Test Under Prior Act
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.267SUBJGRP 267
      The Gasoline Service Establishment Enterprise
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.268SUBJGRP 268
      Annual Gross Volume of Sales Made or Business Done
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.269SUBJGRP 269
      Excise Taxes
29:3.1.1.2.40.3.270SUBJGRP 270
      Computing The Annual Volume
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.271SUBJGRP 271
      General Principles
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.272SUBJGRP 272
      “Establishment” Basis of Exemptions
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.273SUBJGRP 273
      Statutory Meaning of Retail or Service Establishment
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.274SUBJGRP 274
      Making Sales of Goods and Services “Recognized as Retail”
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.275SUBJGRP 275
      “Recognized” as Retail “in the Particular Industry”
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.276SUBJGRP 276
      Sales Not Made for Resale
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.277SUBJGRP 277
      General Tests of Exemption Under Section 13(a)(2)
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.278SUBJGRP 278
      Sales Made Within the State
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.279SUBJGRP 279
      Computing Annual Dollar Volume and Combination of Exemptions
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.280SUBJGRP 280
      Engaging in Manufacturing and Processing Activities; Section 13(a)(4)
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.281SUBJGRP 281
      Engaging in Contract Telegraph Agency Operations; Section 13(a)(11)
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.282SUBJGRP 282
      Classification of Sales and Establishments in Certain Industries
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.283SUBJGRP 283
      Lumber and Building Materials Dealers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.284SUBJGRP 284
      Coal Dealers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.285SUBJGRP 285
      Ice Manufacturers and Ice Dealers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.286SUBJGRP 286
      Liquefied-Petroleum-Gas and Fuel Oil Dealers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.287SUBJGRP 287
      Feed Dealers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.288SUBJGRP 288
      Monument Dealers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.289SUBJGRP 289
      Frozen-Food Locker Plants
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.290SUBJGRP 290
      Automotive Tire Establishments
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.291SUBJGRP 291
      Commercial Stationers
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.292SUBJGRP 292
      Funeral Homes
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.293SUBJGRP 293
      Cemeteries
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.294SUBJGRP 294
      Automobile, Truck and Farm Implement Sales and Services, and Trailer, Boat and Aircraft Sales
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.295SUBJGRP 295
      Other Establishments for Which Special Exceptions or Exemptions Are Provided
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.296SUBJGRP 296
      Hotels and Motels
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.297SUBJGRP 297
      Motion Picture Theaters
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.298SUBJGRP 298
      Seasonal Amusement or Recreational Establishments
29:3.1.1.2.40.4.299SUBJGRP 299
      Restaurants and Establishments Providing Food And Beverage Service
29:3.1.1.2.40.5.300SUBJGRP 300
      General Principles
29:3.1.1.2.40.5.301SUBJGRP 301
      Executive, Administrative, and Professional Employees and Outside Salesmen
29:3.1.1.2.40.5.302SUBJGRP 302
      Students, Learners, and Handicapped Workers
29:3.1.1.2.40.5.303SUBJGRP 303
      Employees Compensated Principally by Commissions
29:3.1.1.2.40.6.304SUBJGRP 304
      General
29:3.1.1.2.40.6.305SUBJGRP 305
      Equal Pay Provisions
29:3.1.1.2.40.6.306SUBJGRP 306
      Child Labor Provisions
29:3.1.1.2.40.6.307SUBJGRP 307
      Driver or Driver's Helper Making Local Deliveries
29:3.1.1.2.40.6.308SUBJGRP 308
      Records to be Kept by Employers
29:3.1.1.2.41PART 780
   PART 780 - EXEMPTIONS APPLICABLE TO AGRICULTURE, PROCESSING OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES, AND RELATED SUBJECTS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.355SUBJGRP 355
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.356SUBJGRP 356
      Exemption for “Primary” Agriculture Generally
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.357SUBJGRP 357
      Farming in All Its Branches
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.358SUBJGRP 358
      Cultivation and Tillage of the Soil
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.359SUBJGRP 359
      Dairying
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.360SUBJGRP 360
      Agricultural or Horticultural Commodities
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.361SUBJGRP 361
      “Production, Cultivation, Growing, and Harvesting” of Commodities
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.362SUBJGRP 362
      Raising of Livestock, Bees, Fur-bearing Animals, or Poultry
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.363SUBJGRP 363
      Practices Exempt Under “Secondary” Meaning of Agriculture Generally
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.364SUBJGRP 364
      Practices Performed “By a Farmer”
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.365SUBJGRP 365
      Practices Performed “On a Farm”
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.366SUBJGRP 366
      “Such Farming Operation” - of the Farmer
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.367SUBJGRP 367
      “Such Farming Operations” - On the Farm
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.368SUBJGRP 368
      Performance of the Practice “As an Incident To or In Conjunction With” the Farming Operations
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.369SUBJGRP 369
      Practices Included When Performed as Provided in Section 3(f)
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.370SUBJGRP 370
      Preparation for Market
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.371SUBJGRP 371
      Specified Delivery Operations
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.372SUBJGRP 372
      Transportation Operations Not Mentioned in Section 3(f)
29:3.1.1.2.41.2.373SUBJGRP 373
      Other Unlisted Practices Which May Be Within Section 3(f)
29:3.1.1.2.41.3.374SUBJGRP 374
      Forestry or Lumbering Operations
29:3.1.1.2.41.3.375SUBJGRP 375
      Nursery and Landscaping Operations
29:3.1.1.2.41.3.376SUBJGRP 376
      Hatchery Operations
29:3.1.1.2.41.4.377SUBJGRP 377
      Statutory Provisions
29:3.1.1.2.41.5.378SUBJGRP 378
      The Irrigation Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.41.6.379SUBJGRP 379
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.6.380SUBJGRP 380
      Requirements for Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.41.6.381SUBJGRP 381
      Shade-Grown Tobacco
29:3.1.1.2.41.6.382SUBJGRP 382
      Exempt Processing
29:3.1.1.2.41.7.383SUBJGRP 383
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.7.384SUBJGRP 384
      Requirements for Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.41.7.385SUBJGRP 385
      Effect of Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.41.8.386SUBJGRP 386
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.8.387SUBJGRP 387
      Establishment Commonly Recognized as a Country Elevator
29:3.1.1.2.41.8.388SUBJGRP 388
      Employment of “No More Than Five Employees”
29:3.1.1.2.41.8.389SUBJGRP 389
      Employees “Employed * * * By” The Country Elevator Establishment
29:3.1.1.2.41.8.390SUBJGRP 390
      Employment “Within the Area of Production”
29:3.1.1.2.41.8.391SUBJGRP 391
      Workweek Application of Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.41.9.392SUBJGRP 392
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.9.393SUBJGRP 393
      Ginning of Cotton for Market
29:3.1.1.2.41.9.394SUBJGRP 394
      Employees “Engaged in” Ginning
29:3.1.1.2.41.9.395SUBJGRP 395
      County Where Cotton Is Grown in Commercial Quantities
29:3.1.1.2.41.10.396SUBJGRP 396
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.10.397SUBJGRP 397
      Exempt Operations on Fruits or Vegetables
29:3.1.1.2.41.10.398SUBJGRP 398
      Exempt Transportation of Fruit or Vegetable Harvest Employees
29:3.1.1.2.41.11.399SUBJGRP 399
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.41.11.400SUBJGRP 400
      Requirements for Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.42PART 782
   PART 782 - EXEMPTION FROM MAXIMUM HOURS PROVISIONS FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF MOTOR CARRIERS
29:3.1.1.2.43PART 783
   PART 783 - APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO EMPLOYEES EMPLOYED AS SEAMEN
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.401SUBJGRP 401
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.402SUBJGRP 402
      Some Basic Definitions
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.403SUBJGRP 403
      Application in General of the Act's Provisions
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.404SUBJGRP 404
      The Statutory Provisions Regarding Seamen
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.405SUBJGRP 405
      Legislative History and Judicial Construction of the Exemptions
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.406SUBJGRP 406
      Who Is “Employed as a Seaman”
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.407SUBJGRP 407
      What Is an “American Vessel”
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.408SUBJGRP 408
      Computation of Wages and Hours
29:3.1.1.2.43.0.409SUBJGRP 409
      Application of the Exemptions
29:3.1.1.2.44PART 784
   PART 784 - PROVISIONS OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT APPLICABLE TO FISHING AND OPERATIONS ON AQUATIC PRODUCTS
29:3.1.1.2.44.1.423SUBJGRP 423
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.44.1.424SUBJGRP 424
      Some Basic Definitions
29:3.1.1.2.44.1.425SUBJGRP 425
      Application of Coverage and Exemptions Provisions of the Act
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.426SUBJGRP 426
      The Statutory Provisions
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.427SUBJGRP 427
      Legislative History of Exemptions
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.428SUBJGRP 428
      Principles Applicable to the Two Exemptions
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.429SUBJGRP 429
      General Character and Scope of the Section 13(a)(5) Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.430SUBJGRP 430
      First Processing, Canning, or Packing of Marine Products Under Section 13(a)(5)
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.431SUBJGRP 431
      General Character and Scope of the Section 13(a)(4) Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.432SUBJGRP 432
      “Canning”
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.433SUBJGRP 433
      Processing, Freezing, and Curing
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.434SUBJGRP 434
      Marketing, Storing, Packing for Shipment, and Distributing
29:3.1.1.2.44.2.435SUBJGRP 435
      Application of Section 13(b)(4) in Certain Establishments
29:3.1.1.2.45PART 785
   PART 785 - HOURS WORKED
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.444SUBJGRP 444
      Employees “Suffered or Permitted” to Work
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.445SUBJGRP 445
      Waiting Time
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.446SUBJGRP 446
      Rest and Meal Periods
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.447SUBJGRP 447
      Sleeping Time and Certain Other Activities
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.448SUBJGRP 448
      Preparatory and Concluding Activities
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.449SUBJGRP 449
      Lectures, Meetings and Training Programs
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.450SUBJGRP 450
      Traveltime
29:3.1.1.2.45.3.451SUBJGRP 451
      Adjusting Grievances, Medical Attention, Civic and Charitable Work, and Suggestion Systems
29:3.1.1.2.46PART 786
   PART 786 - MISCELLANEOUS EXEMPTIONS AND EXCLUSIONS FROM COVERAGE
29:3.1.1.2.47PART 788
   PART 788 - FORESTRY OR LOGGING OPERATIONS IN WHICH NOT MORE THAN EIGHT EMPLOYEES ARE EMPLOYED
29:3.1.1.2.48PART 789
   PART 789 - GENERAL STATEMENT ON THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 12(a) AND SECTION 15(a)(1) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938, RELATING TO WRITTEN ASSURANCES
29:3.1.1.2.49PART 790
   PART 790 - GENERAL STATEMENT AS TO THE EFFECT OF THE PORTAL-TO-PORTAL ACT OF 1947 ON THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938
29:3.1.1.2.49.0.452SUBJGRP 452
      General
29:3.1.1.2.49.0.453SUBJGRP 453
      Provisions Relating to Certain Activities Engaged in by Employees on or After May 14, 1947
29:3.1.1.2.49.0.454SUBJGRP 454
      Defense of Good Faith Reliance on Administrative Regulations, etc.
29:3.1.1.2.49.0.455SUBJGRP 455
      Restrictions and Limitations on Employee Suits
29:3.1.1.2.50PART 791
   PART 791 - JOINT EMPLOYER STATUS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
29:3.1.1.2.51PART 793
   PART 793 - EXEMPTION OF CERTAIN RADIO AND TELEVISION STATION EMPLOYEES FROM OVERTIME PAY REQUIREMENTS UNDER SECTION 13(b)(9) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
29:3.1.1.2.51.0.456SUBJGRP 456
      Introductory
29:3.1.1.2.51.0.457SUBJGRP 457
      Requirements for Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.51.0.458SUBJGRP 458
      Workweek Application of Exemption
29:3.1.1.2.52PART 794
   PART 794 - PARTIAL OVERTIME EXEMPTION FOR EMPLOYEES OF WHOLESALE OR BULK PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTORS UNDER SECTION 7(b)(3) OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.467SUBJGRP 467
      Scope and Application in General
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.468SUBJGRP 468
      The “Enterprise”
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.469SUBJGRP 469
      “Independently Owned and Controlled Local Enterprise”
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.470SUBJGRP 470
      Annual Gross Volume of Sales
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.471SUBJGRP 471
      Sales Made Within the State
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.472SUBJGRP 472
      Sales Made to Other Bulk Distributors
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.473SUBJGRP 473
      Application of Exemption to Employees
29:3.1.1.2.52.2.474SUBJGRP 474
      Records to be Kept by Employers
29:3.1.1.3SUBCHAP C
SUBCHAPTER C - OTHER LAWS
29:3.1.1.3.53PART 801
   PART 801 - APPLICATION OF THE EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION ACT OF 1988
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.482SUBJGRP 482
      General
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.483SUBJGRP 483
      Procedures Relating to Hearing
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.484SUBJGRP 484
      Rules of Practice
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.485SUBJGRP 485
      Referral for Hearing
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.486SUBJGRP 486
      Procedures Before Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.487SUBJGRP 487
      Modification or Vacation of Decision and Order of Administrative Law Judge
29:3.1.1.3.53.6.488SUBJGRP 488
      Record
29:3.1.1.3.54PART 825
   PART 825 - THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT OF 1993
29:3.1.1.3.55PART 826
   PART 826 - PAID LEAVE UNDER THE FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT (Eff. until 12-31-20)
29:3.1.1.4SUBCHAP D
SUBCHAPTER D - GARNISHMENT OF EARNINGS
29:3.1.1.4.56PART 870
   PART 870 - RESTRICTION ON GARNISHMENT
29:3.1.1.4.57PART 871-899
   PARTS 871-899 [RESERVED]