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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter BPart 783


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER B—STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY OR INTERPRETATION NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO REGULATIONS

PART 783—APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO EMPLOYEES EMPLOYED AS SEAMEN

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Introductory

§783.0
Purpose of this part.
§783.1
General scope of the Act.
§783.2
Matters discussed in this part.
§783.3
Significance of official interpretations.
§783.4
Basic support for interpretations.
§783.5
Interpretations made, continued, and superseded by this part.

Some Basic Definitions

§783.6
Definitions of terms used in the Act.
§783.7
“Employer”, “employee”, and “employ”.
§783.8
“Person”.
§783.9
“Enterprise”.
§783.10
“Establishment”.
§783.11
“Enterprise engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce”.
§783.12
“Commerce”.
§783.13
“Production”.
§783.14
“Goods”.
§783.15
“State”.
§783.16
“Wage”.
§783.17
“American vessel”.

Application in General of the Act's Provisions

§783.18
Commerce activities of employees.
§783.19
Commerce activities of enterprises in which employee is employed.
§783.20
Exemptions from the Act's provisions.
§783.21
Guiding principles for applying coverage and exemption provisions.
§783.22
Pay standards for employees subject to “old” coverage of the Act.
§783.23
Pay standards for “newly covered” employees.

The Statutory Provisions Regarding Seamen

§783.24
The section 13(a)(14) exemption.
§783.25
The section 13(b)(6) exemption.
§783.26
The section 6(b)(2) minimum wage requirement.
§783.27
Scope of the provisions regarding “seamen”.

Legislative History and Judicial Construction of the Exemptions

§783.28
General legislative history.
§783.29
Adoption of the exemption in the original 1938 Act.
§783.30
The 1961 Amendments.

Who Is “Employed as a Seaman”

§783.31
Criteria for employment “as a seaman.”
§783.32
“Seaman” includes crew members.
§783.33
Employment “as a seaman” depends on the work actually performed.
§783.34
Employees aboard vessels who are not “seamen”.
§783.35
Employees serving as “watchmen” aboard vessels in port.
§783.36
Barge tenders.
§783.37
Enforcement policy for non-seaman's work.

What Is an “American Vessel”

§783.38
Statutory definition of “American vessel”.
§783.39
“Vessel” includes all means of water transportation.
§783.40
“Documented” vessel.
§783.41
“Numbered” vessel.
§783.42
Vessels neither “documented” nor “numbered”.

Computation of Wages and Hours

§783.43
Computation of seaman's minimum wage.
§783.44
Board and lodging as wages.
§783.45
Deductions from wages.
§783.46
Hours worked.
§783.47
Off-duty periods.

Application of the Exemptions

§783.48
Factors determining application of exemptions.
§783.49
Workweek unit in applying the exemptions.
§783.50
Work exempt under another section of the Act.
§783.51
Seamen on a fishing vessel.

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