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1 of 1938 and submit to the Congress not later than three

2 years after the date of enactment of this Act a report con

3 taining: (1) an analysis of the reasons why each exemption 4 was established; (2) an evaluation of the need for each

5 exemption in light of current economic conditions, including 6 an analysis of the economic impact its removal would have 7 on the affected industry; and (3) recommendations with 8 regard to whether each exemption should be continued, re

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SEC. 8. (a) Section 6 (c) (2) (C) of the Fair Labor 12 Standards Act of 1938 is amended by substituting “1973"

13 for “1966”.

14 (b) (1) Section 6 (c)(3) of such Act is repealed. 15 (2) Section 6 (c) (4) of such Act is redesignated as 16 6(c) (3).

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(c) (1) Section 7 (a) (1) of such Act is redesignated

18 as 7 (a).

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(2) Section 7 (a) (2) of such Act is repealed. 20 (d) Section 14 (c) of such Act is repealed and section 21 14 (d) is redesignated as 14 (c).

(e) Section 18 (b) is amended by striking out "section 23 6(b)”; and inserting in lieu thereof “section 6 (a) (6)”, 24 and by striking out "section 7 (a) (1)” and inserting in lieu 25 thereof "section 7 (a)”.

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2 Sec. 9. Except as otherwise provided in this Act, the 3 amendments made by this Act shall take effect sixty days

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4 after enactment. On and after the date of enactment of this

5 Act, the Secretary is authorized to promulgate necessary 6 rules, regulations, or orders with regard to the amendments 7 made by this Act.

(From the Congressional Record-Senate, July 9 (legislative day, July 6), 1973) REPORTS OF COMMITTEES SUBMITTED DURING ADJOURNMENT

Under authority of the order of the Senate of June 30, 1973, on July 6, 1973, the following reports of committees were submitted :

By Mr. WILLIAMS, from the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, with amendments :

S. 1861. A bill to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to extend its protection to additional employees, to raise the minimum wage to $2.20 an hour, and for other purposes (Rept. No. 93–300).

By Mr. WILLIAMS, from the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, without amendment:

H.R. 7935. An act to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to increase the minimum wage rates under that act, to expand the coverage of that act, and for other purposes. Reported without recommendation (Rept. No. 93–301).

[The texts of the bills and accompanying reports (S. 1861 (S. Rept. 93-300) and H.R. 7935 (S. Rept. 93–301)), follow :)

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Calendar No. 282
S. 1861

930 CONGRESS

1st SESSION

[Report No. 93-300]

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

MAY 22, 1973
Mr. Williams (for himself and Mr. Javits) introduced the following bill;

which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Public
Welfare

JULY 6, 1973
Reported, under authority of the order of the Senate of June 30, 1973, by

Mr. WILLIAMS, with amendments

[Omit the part struck through and insert the part printed in italic)

A BILL

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To amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended,

to extend its protection to additional employees, to raise the minimum wage to $2.20 an hour, and for other purposes.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa

2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

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SEC. 2. (a) Section 3 (d) of the Fair Labor Standards

8 Act of 1938, as amended, is amended to read as follows:

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9 “ (d) Employer' includes any person acting directly or 10 indirectly in the interest of an employer in relation to an

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1 employee, including the United States and States, any State 2 or political subdivision of a State, State and any agency or 3 instrumentality thereof or interstate governmental agency, but 4 shall not include any labor organization (other than when 5 acting as an employer), or anyone acting in the capacity of 6 officer or agent of such labor organization.”

(b) Section 3 (e) of such Act is amended to read as

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9 “(e) 'Employee' means any individual employed by 10 an employer, including any individual employed in domestic 11 service (other than a babysittert, and in babysitter) except 12 that such term shall not, for the purposes of section 3(u) in13 clude any individual employed by an employer engaged in 14 agriculture if such individual is the parent, spouse, child, or 15 other member of the employer's immediate family. In the case 16 of any individual employed by the United States the term 17 employee" means any individual employed (1) as a civilian 18 in the military departments as defined in section 102 of title 195, United States Code, (2) in executive agencies fother than 20 the General Accounting Officet as defined in section 105 of 21 title 5, United States Code (including employees who are 22 paid from nonappropriated funds), (3) in the United 23 States Postal Service and the Postal Rate Commission, 147

24 in those units of the government of the District of Columbia

25 having positions in the competitive servite; fot(4) in those

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