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(1) or (2) shall provide that the student for whom it is 2 issued shall, except during vacation periods, be employed 3 on a part-time basis and not in excess of twenty hours in

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“(B) If the issuance of a special certificate under para6 graph (1) or (2) for an employer will cause the number 7 of students employed by such employer under special cer8 tificates issued under this subsection to exceed four, the

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9 Secretary may not issue such a special certificate for the 10 employment of a student by such employer unless the Sec

a retary finds employment of such student will not create a 12 substantial probability of reducing the full-time employment 13 opportunities of persons other than those employed under 14 special certificates issued under this subsection. If the is15 suance of a special certificate under this subsection for an

16 employer will not cause the number of students employed by 17 such employer under special certificates issued under this

18 subsection to exceed four, the Secretary may issue a special

19 certificate under this subsection for the employment of a

20 student by such employer if such employer certifies to the 21 Secretary that the employment of such student will not re

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duce the full-time employment opportunities of persons other

23 than those employed under special certificates issued under 24 this subsection.”

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(b) Section 14 is further amended by redesignating

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1 subsection (d) as subsection (c) and by adding at the end

2 the following new subsection:

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“ (d) The Secretary may by regulation or order provide 4 that sections 6 and 7 shall not apply with respect to the

employment by any elementary or secondary school of its 6 students if such employment constitutes, as determined under 7 regulations prescribed by the Secretary, an integral part of 8 the regular education program provided by such school.” 9

(c) Section 4 (d) (29 U.S.C. 204 (d)) is amended by 10 adding at the end thereof the following new sentence: “Such

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report shall also include a summary of the special certificates

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16 SEC. 207. In the administration of section 7 (i) (re17 lating to commission employees) and 13 (a) (1) (relating to 18 executive and administrative personnel and outside salesmen) 19 of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, establishments

20 engaged in laundering, cleaning, or repairing clothing or 21 fabrics shall be considered service establishments.

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MAIDS AND CUSTODIAL EMPLOYEES OF HOTELS AND

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MOTELS

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SEC. 208. Section 13 (b) (8) is amended by inserting 25 after "employee” the first time it appears the following:

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1 "(other than an employee of a hotel or motel who is em2 ployed to perform maid or custodial services”)..

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SEC. 209. Section 13 is amended by adding at the end

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“(g) Subsection (a) (other than paragraph (1) there7 of) and subsection (b) (other than paragraphs (1), (2),

8 and (3) thereof) shall not apply with respect to any em

9 ployee employed by an establishment (1) which controls, is

10 controlled by, or is under common control with, another

11 establishment the activities of which are not related for a

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common business purpose to the activities of the establish

13 ment employing such employee; and (2) whose annual gross

14 volume of sales made or business done, when combined with

15 the annual gross volume of sales made or business done by 16 each establishment which controls, is controlled by, or is 17 under common control with, the establishment employing 18 such employee, exceeds $10,000,000 (exclusive of excise 19 taxes at the retail level which are separately stated).”

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EMPLOYEES OF BOAT DEALERS

21 SEC. 210. Section 13 (b) (10) is amended (1) by in

serting "boats,” after “servicing”; and (2) by inserting 23 "boats or” before "such vehicles”.

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2 SEC. 211. Section 7 is amended by adding after the sub3 section added by section 205 (b) (2) of this Act the follow

4 ing:

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“(m) For a period or periods of not more than fourteen workweeks in the aggregate in any calendar year, any employer may employ any employee for a workweek in excess of that specified in subsection (a) without paying the compensation for overtime employment prescribed in such subsection, if such employee" (1) is employed by such employer:

“ (A.) to provide services (including stripping

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and grading) necessary and incidental to the sale at

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auction of green leaf tobacco of type 11, 12, 13,

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14, 21, 22, 23, 24, 31, 35, 36, or 37 (as such

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types are defined by the Secretary of Agriculture),

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or in auction sale, buying, handling, stemming,

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redrying, packing, and storing of such tobacco,

“(B) in auction sale, buying, handling, sorting, grading, packing, or storing green leaf tobacco of type 32 (as such type may be defined by the Secretary of Agriculture), or

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“(C) in auction sale, buying, handling, strip

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ping, sorting, grading, sizing, packing, or stemming prior to packing, of perishable cigar leaf tobacco of

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type 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 61,

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or 62 (as such types are defined by the Secretary
of Agriculture); and
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“(B) such employment by such employer which is in excess of forty-eight hours in any work

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compensation at a rate not less than one and one-half

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times the regular rate at which he is employed. 14 An employer who receives an exemption under this sub15 section shall not be eligible for any other exemption under.

16 this section.”

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SUBSTITUTE PARENTS FOR INSTITUTIONALIZED CHILDREN

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SEC. 212. Section 13 (a) is amended by inserting after 19 'the paragraph added by section 205 (b) (3) the following 20 new paragraph: 21

“ (16) any employee who is employed with his 22 spouse by a nonprofit institution which is primarily 23

operated to care for and educate children who have been 24

placed with the institution by or through a public agency or by parents or guardians who are financially unable

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