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S. 860, text of bill
Summary of bill, S. 860.
Statements of —
Allgood, Miss Carrie L., executive secretary, District of Columbia
Minimum Wage and Industrial Safety Board
Aronica, Louis, executive director, Greater Washington chapter,
Americans for Democratic Action --
Baroni, Rev. Father Geno C., on behalf of Catholic Interracial
Council of Washington, D.C.---
Borchardt, Miss Selma, executive secretary, Washington Teachers'
Brewer, Donald D., Director, District of Columbia Department of
Public Welfare -
Brylawski, A. Julian, president, Motion Picture Theatre Owners of
Metropolitan District of Columbia
Cockrell, John S., executive vice president, Restaurant Association
of Metropolitan Washington, Inc
Furth, Mrs. Hans G., chairman, Employment Committee, District of
Columbia League of Women Voters...
Hobson, Julius W., president, Washington CORE
Jones, Allen, Jr., on behalf of Hotel Association of Washington.-
Keyserling, Mary Dublin, on behalf of National Consumers League-
Luther, Lloyd s., member, District of Columbia Citizens Council.
McCalip, Curtis E., Jr., on behalf of Automotive Trade Association,
National Capital area-
McGuigan, F. H., secretary, Greater Washington Central Labor
Meiklejohn, Kenneth A., legislative representative, AFL-CIO.-
Morse, Hon. Wayne, a Senator from the State of Oregon.
Oswald, Rudolph, economist, AFL-CIO.
Peterson, Hon. Esther, Assistant Secretary of Labor.
Press, William H., executive vice president, Metropolitan Wash-
ington Board of Trade-
Putnam, Charles W., chairman, District of Columbia Minimum Wage
and Industrial Safety Board.
Sisco, Jean Head, assistant vice president for personnel, Woodward
Sternberg, Arnold, Democratic Central Committee
Thurston, Ladd, on behalf of District of Columbia Health and Welfare
Tobriner, Hon. Walter N., president, District of Columbia Board of
LIST OF TABLES
1. Cumulative percent distribution of nonsupervisory employees by
average straight-time hourly earnings, selected industries, District of
Columbia, summer 1962. -
2. Cumulative percent distribution of men and women, by average straight-
time hourly earnings, selected industries, District of Columbia,
3. Number and average straight-time weekly earnings of nonsupervisory
employees by weekly hours of work, selected industries, by sex,
District of Columbia, summer 1962..
Attachment A. Minimum wage rates..
Attachment B. Average weekly earnings and percentage of employees
earning less than $1.25 and $1.10 per hour.
Cost of living budget for a woman worker in the District of Columbia,
September 1959, adjusted to May 1963..
1. Hotels and motels, June 1961..
2. Eating and drinking places, June 1961..
3. Hotels and motels, June 1961 straight-time hourly wages---
4. Eating and drinking places, June 1961 straight-time hourly wages.
5. Hotels, motels, eating, and drinking places, tipped and untipped.
1. Employment trends in the District of Columbia, 1958–62_
2. Employment by selected industry, District of Columbia residents..
3. Employment by race, District of Columbia, 1960...
41. Retail trade, summer, 1962.-
4-2. Eating and drinking places, summer, 1962.
4-3. Real estate operators (except developers), summer, 1962-
4-4. Hotels, motels, and roominghouses and boardinghouses, summer, 1962.
4-5. Laundries and cleaning plants, summer, 1962-
4-6. Services to dwellings and other buildings, summer, 1962.
4-7. Hospitals, summer, 1962..
5-1. Hours of work of nonsupervisory employees, summer, 1962.
5-2. Hours of work of male nonsupervisory employees, summer, 1962.
5-3. Hours of work of female nonsupervisory employees, summer, 1962
6. Hours of work and average weekly earnings, nonsupervisory employees,
7. Rates established for women and minors, District of Columoia, May
8. Increase in weekly wage bill required to raise wages to $1.25.
9. Wage distribution, nonsupervisory employees, summer, 1962.
District of Columbia minimum wage rates currently in effect for women and
minors, by occupation..---
Earnings of salesmen and mechanics in seven District of Columbia auto-
Minimum wage legislation, by State..
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS AND DATA
Allgood, Carrie L., Executive Secretary, District of Columbia Mini-
mum Wage and Industrial Safety Board..
Bucher, William M., executive director, Hospital Council of the
National Capital Area, Inc., with accompanying statement...
Building Owners & Managers Association of Metropolitan Wash-
Celebrezze, Hon. Anthony, Secretary, HEW, September 12, 1963.
Citizens Council for the District of Columbia, report with accom-
Grogan, Mrs. Earleen, with accompanying statement.
Lowe, Schuyler, Director of General Administration, Board of
Lutheran Home for the Aged, The National.
MacKinnon, M. (., Acting Chairman, District of Columbia Appren-
Marriott, J. Willard, Hot Shoppes, Inc.-
Peterson, Mrs. Esther, Assistant Secretary of Labor
Putnam, Charles W., Chairman, District of Columbia Minimum Page
Wage and Industrial Safety Board -
Shipley, Carl L., Shipley, Akerman & Pickett-
Tobriner, Walter N., President, Board of Commissioners, District of
Walsh, David A., Cashtown, Pa..
Williams, Wesley S., President, Board of Education of the District of
Building Owners & Managers Association of Metropolitan Wash-
ington, statements of May 10, 1963, and October 4, 1963.- 160, 161
Government Workers Union Local No. 1, AFL-ĊIO, Arnold S.
National Association of Social Workers, Metropolitan Washington
III. Excerpts and memorandums:
Congressional Record excerpt: Amendment of District of Columbia
minimum wage law.--
District of Columbia minimum wage and hours survey
“Less Than the Minimum,” Washington Post, February 25, 1963.
Memorandum by committee staff, brief supporting S. 860.-
Memorandum on comments of Ladd Thurston by committee counsel 85
Memorandum on job classifications in hotels, motels, etc., in which
low wages are paid.---
Minimum wage laws, by State—January 1, 1962, a chart--
Principal provisions of existing wage law of the District of Columbia - 11
Proposed amendment of the purview of S. 860, 88th Congress-
Supplementary appendix from AFL-CIO..
Summary of State minimum wage laws.
Survey of earnings in selected industries in the District of Columbia,
AMENDMENTS TO THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
MINIMUM WAGE LAW
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1963
SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH,
EDUCATION, WELFARE, AND SAFETY OF THE
COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
Washington, D.O. The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 7:10 p.m., in room 6226, New Senate Office Building, Senator Wayne Morse (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.
Present: Senator Morse.
Also present: Chester H. Smith, staff director; Fred McIntyre, counsel, Richard Judd, professional staff member; Joseph Goldberg and Milton Williams, technical advisers, U.S. Department of Labor.
Senator MORSE. The hearing will come to order.
The chairman is sorry for two things—first, that he was late. The Senate in the last 10 minutes adjourned, and I had the responsibility of performing some leadership work over there in connection with foreign policy matters. Again, I apologize for being late.
I am also sorry that it is going to be necessary for us to have a series of evening meetings on the pending legislation before my subcommittee. Members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee start tomorrow morning with the new markup of the foreign aid bill, and because of my opposition to that bill in its present form, and the long list of amendments that I have to offer to the bill, I cannot absent myself on any occasion from the meetings of that committee. Therefore, I told the staff of this committee that I will adjust my schedule to evening meetings, although it will inconvenience, I am sure, many witnesses, but I know of no other way of completing the business of this committee and of the Senate.
This is not the only committee that is meeting in the evenings. In fact, I think some of the witnesses here, particularly the Commissioner, have had to meet with the Senate Appropriations Committee in evening sessions.
But I will do my very best to accommodate my schedule to evening meetings, and start them at 7 o'clock, which will get us out relatively early.
We will proceed with public hearings on S. 860, to amend the District of Columbia minimum wage law to provide broader coverage, improved standards of minimum wage and overtime compensation protection, and improved means of enforcement.
S. 860 is similar to S. 3233, which I introduced in the Senate last year.
I request that S. 860 be printed in the hearing record at this point.