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July 18, 1973–Senate-Continued

Page No. 371 (by Mr. Cannon).

819 No. 372 (by Mr. Buckley)----

821 No. 374 (by Mr. Scott of Virginia)

824 No. 376 (by Mr. Tower)

826 No. 377 (by Mr. Fannin).

828 Floor debate on S. 1861.--.

829 July 19, 1973–Senate : Floor debate on s. 1861.-

901 Engrossed amendment to H.R. 7935_

1039 July 20, 1973–Senate:

Statement by Mr. Domenici on his negative vote on passage of S. 1861.- 1076 Appointment of conferees on H.R. 7935.

1077 July 20, 1973–House :

Message from House announcing its disagreement with Senate amendment on H.R. 7935.

1077 Appointment of conferees on H.R. 7935_

1077 July 24, 1973—Joint Committee Meeting:

Conferees met in executive session, but failed to reach final agreement

1078 July 25, 1973—Joint Committee Meeting:

Conferees met in executive session but failed to reach final agree. ment

1078 July 26, 1973-Joint Committee Meeting :

Conferees met in executive session and agreed to file conference report

1078 July 28, 1973-House : Conference report filed (H. Rept. 93413), July 27, 1973..

1080 July 28, 1973-Senate: Conference report filed in Senate (S. Rept. 93–358).

1115 August 1, 1973–Senate:

Order to consider the conference report on the minimum wage bill-
Unanimous-consent agreement---

1149 August 2, 1973–Senate:

Consideration of conference report on H.R. 7935 (S. Rept. 93–358)-- 1150 August 3, 1973-House :

Consideration of conference report on H.R. 7935 (H. Rept. 93–413)-- 1171 September 6, 1973 : Veto message by President, H. Doc. 93–147

1202

VOLUME II September 19, 1973—House:

Floor debate on H.R. 7935 concerning veto message from the President.

1225 Communications to Congressman Burton urging the Congress to override the President's veto of H.R. 7935_-

1240-1250 “Myths Versus Facts : An Analysis of President Nixon's Veto Message

on Minimum Wage,” compiled by the International Leather Goods,
Plastics, and Novelty Workers Union.--

1255-1259 Vetoes and impoundments of major legislation during the 93d Congress--

1265 Revised text of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, 1297–1321 November 19, 1973–Senate: Introductory remarks of Senator Dominick on S. 2727_

1322 S. 2727, text of, as introduced ----

1323 Section-by-section analysis of S. 2727_.

1345_1349 S. 2727, text of, as ordered placed on the calendar November 20, 1973. 1370 November 20, 1973–Senate: Introductory remarks of Senator Taft on S. 2727

1350 Introductory remarks of Senator Dominick on S. 2727

1352 Veto message from the President on H.R. 7935_

1353 November 27, 1973–Senate: Introductory remarks of Senator Williams on S. 2747

1392 S. 2747, text of, as introduced...

1394 February 6, 1974–Senate:

S. 2747 ordered favorably reported to Senate by Committee on Labor
and Public Welfare -

1445

February 21, 1974:

Amendment No. 964 to S. 2747 (by Mr. Buckley, for himself, Messrs.
McClure, Hatfield, Fannin, Dominick, Goldwater, Brock, and

Page
Thurmond, February 21, 1974)---

1446 February 25, 1974Senate: S. 2747, text of, as reported in Senate, February 22, 1974.

1454 8. Rept. 93–690, February 22, 1974.---..

1505 February 27, 1974–Senate: Amendment No. 975 to S. 2747, by Mr. Buckley, text of..

1623 February 28, 1974 Daily Digest: Consideration of S. 2747 (minimum wage)

1627 February 28, 1974–Senate: Floor debate on S. 2747

1627 Excerpts from the committee report (exemptions)-

1651-1661 Court case:

Nelson Eugene Souder et al. versus Peter J. Brennan, Secretary
of Labor et al., Civil Action No. 482-73_

1664-1670 Letter from President Nixon to Senator Williams, February 27, 1974. 1671 Remarks of Senator Church on S. 2747--

1673 Amendments to S. 2747 : No. 975 (by Mr. Buckley, February 27, 1974)

1624 No. 981 (by Mr. Taft for Mr. Dominick, for himself, Messrs. Taft and Beall)

1687 No. 982 (by Mr. Taft, for himself, Messrs. Dominick and Beall) - 1690 No. 983 (by Mr. Taft, for himself, Messrs. Dominick and Beall) - 1691 No. 984 (by Mr. Taft)

1693 No. 985 (by Mr. Taft)

1695 No. 986 (by Mr. Taft)

1697 No. 987 (by Mr. Taft)

1699 No. 989 (by Mr. Dominick, for himself, and Mr. Taft, March 1, 1974).

1705 No. 990 (by Mr. Dominick, for himself and Mr. Taft, March 1, 1974).

1707 No. 993 (by Mr. Bartlett to Amendment No. 987 intended to be proposed by Mr. Taft, March 4, 1974).

1709 No. 997 (by Mr. Buckley, March 5, 1974).

1712 No. 999 (by Mr. Dole, March 6, 1974).

1832 No. 1001 (by Mr. Dole, March 6, 1974).

1833 March 5, 1974 Daily Digest: Resumption of consideration of S. 2747..

1714 March 5, 1974–Senate : Floor debate on s. 2747_

1714 Statement of Dr. John T. Dunlop, Director of the Cost of Living Council, before the Joint Economic Committee...

1725 List of tables submitted for the record by Senator Williams :

Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees paid less than

the minimum wage rates specified in S. 2747 and estimated cost
of raising their wages to those rates..

1759-1762 Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees brought under

the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor
Standards Act by S. 2747 (Williams-Javits bill ) --

1763 Estimated number of wage and salary workers added to the mini

mum wage and overtime coverage of the Fair Labor Standards
Act by S. 2747 (Williams-Javits bill) ----

-- 1764-1765 Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees exempt from the

minimum wage and/or overtime provisions of the Fair Labor
Standards Act as amended by s. 2747 (Williams bill) United
States—Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees in
categories in which exemption applies ---

1765-1767 Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees paid less than the

minimum wage rate specified in H.R. 12435 and estimated cost
of raising their wages to those rates--

1767-1770 Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees brought under

the minimum wage and overtime provisons of the Fair Labor
Standards Act by H.R. 12435 (Dent bill)---

1771 Estimated number of wage and salary workers added to the mini

mum wage and overtime coverage of the Fair Labor Standards
Act by H.R. 12435 (Dent bill) -

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Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees exempt from the

minimum wage and/or overtime provisions of the Fair Labor
Standards Act, as amended by H.R. 12435, United States-
Estimated number of nonsupervisory employees in categories
in which exemption applies----

1773-1774 List of economic studies published by the Employment Standards Administration, 1954 to date.

1774-1791 Location of retail establishments with volume under $250,000 per year

1802-1807 Floor debate continued on S. 2747_

1812 March 7, 1974—Daily Digest: Passage of S. 2747_.

1834 March 7, 1974–Senate: Floor debate on S. 2747_.

1834 List of economic studies published by the Employment Standards Administration, 1954 to date.

1848–1852 Floor debate continued on S. 2747_

1853–1959 S. 2747, text of, as printed and passed

1960 Authorization for Secretary of Senate to make technical and clerical corrections in engrossment of S. 2747

2011 March 11, 1974-House : Referral of S. 2747 to Committee on Education and Labor.-

2012 March 13, 1974—Daily Digest : Report on H.R. 12435_

2013 H.R. 12435: As reported in House, March 14, 1974_

2014 House Report 93-913, March 15, 1974.-

2110 March 20, 1974 Senate: Message from the House of Representatives on S. 2747

2206-2229 March 20, 1974-House : Introductory remarks by Mr. Madden on H.R. 12435_-

2230 H.R. 12435, text of, summary of the Fair Labor Standards Amend

ments of 1974 (as reported by the Committee on Education and
Labor, March 15, 1974).

2235-2239
Fact sheet-Minimum wage and the standard of living, February 28,
1974

2246-2248 Floor debate continued on H.R. 12435__

2249 Committee amendment in the nature of a substitute printed in the

reported bill as an original bill for the purpose of amendment.-- 2288 Consideration of S. 2747---

2314-2342 Appointment of conferees on S. 2747, Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938

2312 March 21, 1974– Daily Digest :

Executive session of Conferees on Senate- and House-passed versions
of S. 2747_.

2343 March 26, 1974 Daily Digest : Conferees agreed to file conference report.

2343 March 26, 1974 Daily Digest : Filing of conference report on S. 2747

2343 March 26, 1974-House : Submission of conference report on S. 2747_

2344 S. Rept. 93–758, March 28, 1974.-

2346 March 28, 1974House : Floor debate on conference report on S. 2747

2376 Discussion of differences between Senate bill and House amendment, along with resolutions of those differences.

2386-2393 March 28, 1974–Senate: Floor debate of conference report on s. 2747

2402 Section-by-section analysis.-

2408–2414 Enrolled bill presented..

2429 April 9, 1974—Daily Digest: Bill signed by the President (Public Law 93-259)

2430 Public Law 93–259, April 8, 1974.

2431 Changes in existing law made by the Fair Labor Standards Amendments of 1974..

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