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This table shows :

1. That 1,821, or 51.92 percent, of the 3,507 contracting firms investigated have maintained wages.

2 That 1,480, or 42.20 percent, of firms investigated have reduced wages ; of these firms 845, or 24.09 percent, have reduced wages less than 10 per cent, and 635, or 18.11 percent, have reduced wages 10 percent or more.

3. All employees were affected by wage reductions in 695, or 19.82 percent, of the firms which reduced wages; part employees were affected by wage reductions in each of the 785, or 22.38 percent, of the firms which reduced wages.

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Mr. FRANK HEALEY. Table no. 3 shows the 3,507 concerns classified first, under the United States Bureau of Census classification of industry.

Mr. HEALEY. That table may be inserted in the record at this point. (Table no. 3 is as follows:)

TABLE No. 3

The 3,507 Government contracting firms investigated have been grouped according to the United States Bureau of the Census (lassification of industry. This table reflects the number of contracting firms of each industry group which, since May 27, 1935, have not maintained the wage and hour standards in effect prior to that date. A summary of each group has been attached.

This table shows

1. That 3,507 Government contractors were investigated involving 1,515,486 employees.

2. That 1,912 of such firms, involving 977,414 employees, were maintaining wage and hour standards. This figure arrived at through columns 3, 7, and 8 as follows:

Firms

Employees

Conforming on hours and wages.
Wages up, hours constant..
Hours down, wages constant.

1. 778
118

16

917, 65? 56, 987 2, 774

Total.

1,912

977, 414

3. That 1,448 of such firms involving 405,373 employees were not maintaining prior wage and hour standards.

4. That 147 of such firms involving 132,699 employees refused to furnish information regarding labor standards in effect in their plants. This number of firms differs from the number of firms refusing information as shown on tables nos. 1 and 2, because some firms would furnish information on wages but not hours, and vice versa. This figure of 147 is the total number of firms refusing to furnish either wage, hour, or child labor information,

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Group no. and title

I. Food and kindred

products.
II. Textiles and their prod-

ucts..
III. Forest products...
IV. Paper and allied prod.

ucts.
V. Printing, publishing,

and allied industries.-
VI. Chemicals and allied

products. VII. Products of petroleum

and coal.
VIII. Rubber products.
IX. Leather and its prod-

ucts.
X. Stone, clay, and glass

products.
XI. Iron and steel and their

products, not includ

ing machinery.
XII. Nonferrous metals and

their products.
XIII. Machinery, not includ-

ing transportation

equipment...
XIV. Transportation equip-

ment, air, land, and

water
XVI. Miscellaneous indus-

tries, including sery-
ices.

Total. Industry

3, 507 1,515, 486

1,778 917, 653

439 137, 650

176

41, 046

777 210, 834

118

56, 987

16

2, 774

56

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147

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Baking industry.
Bottled soft drink
Candy manufacturing
Cann ng
Cheese, package
Cocoa and chocolate manufac-

turing
Cotlee
Feed manufacturing
Fishery
Ice industry
Macaroni
Mayonnaise
Pacific coast drie 1 fuit.
Peanut butter
Pickle packing
Preserve Maraschino cherry

and glace fruit
President's remployment

agreement
Spice grinding

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Batting and padding
Bedding manufacturing
Canvas goods.
Canvas stitched belt minu-

facturing
Cap and cloth hat
Cost and suit

dage and Cotton cloth glove manufac

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Cotton garment.
Cotton textiles.

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Garter, suspender, and belt...
Hair and jute felt
Hosiery
Infant's and children's wear
Knitted outerwear.
Lace manufacturing.
Light sewing------
Linoleum and felt base manu-

facturing ind
Machine waste manufacturing-
Mechanical packing.
Men's clothing....
Men's neckwear
Narrow fabric...
President's reemployment

agreement
Rug and carpet manufactur-

ing-
Silk textile
Slit fabric.
Solid braided cord.
Silk and rayon goods manu-

facturing
Textile bag manufacturing -
Undergarment and negligee.
Underwear and allied products
Wiping cloth...
Wool textile
Wool felt manufacturing
Women's belt.

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