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employees, including the general requirements relating to the posting of notices, the preservation and location of records and similar general provisions. Subpart A also contains the requirements relating to the records which must be kept for exempt executive, administrative, and professional employees and outside salesmen. Subpart B deals with information and data which must be kept with respect to employees who are subject to other exemptions and provisions of the Act.

§ 779.513 Order and form of records.

No particular order or form of records is prescribed by the regulations. However, the records which the employer keeps must contain the information and data required by the specific sections of the regulations which are applicable. In addition, where the employer claims an exemption from the minimum wage or overtime or other requirements of the Act, he should also maintain those records which serve to support his claim for exemption, such as records of sales, purchases, and receipts.

§ 779.514 Period for preserving records.

Basic records, such as payroll records, certificates issued or required under the Act, and employment agreements and other basic records must be preserved for at least 3 years. Supplementary records such as time and earnings cards or sheets, wage rate tables, work time schedules, or order, shipping and billing records, and similar records need be preserved for only 2 years.

§ 779.515 Regulations should be consulted.

This discussion in subpart F of this part is intended only to indicate the general requirements of the recordkeeping regulations. Each employer subject to any provision of the Act should consult the regulations to determine what records he must maintain and the period for which they must be preserved.

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Sec.

DAIRYING

780.111 "Dairying" as a farming operation.

AGRICULTURAL OR HORTICULTURAL
COMMODITIES

780.112 General meaning of "agricultural
or horticultural commodities."
780.113 Seeds, spawn, etc.
780.114 Wild commodities.
780.115 Forest products.

780.116 Commodities included by reference to the Agricultural Marketing Act. "PRODUCTION, CULTIVATION, GROWING, AND HARVESTING" OF COMMODITIES

780.117 "Production, cultivation, growing." 780.118 "Harvesting."

RAISING OF LIVESTOCK, BEES, FUR-BEARING ANIMALS, OR POULTRY

780.119 Employment in the specified operations generally.

780.120 Raising of “livestock."

780.121 What constitutes "raising" of livestock.

780.122 Activities relating to race horses. 780.123 Raising of bees.

780.124 Raising of fur-bearing animals. 780.125 Raising of poultry in general. 780.126 Contract arrangements for raising poultry.

780.127 Hatchery operations.

PRACTICES EXEMPT UNDER "SECONDARY" MEANING OF AGRICULTURE GENERALLY 780.128 General statement on "secondary" agriculture.

780.129 Required relationship of practices to farming operations.

PRACTICES PERFORMED "BY A FARMER" 780.130 Performance "by a farmer" generally.

780.131 Operations which constitute one a

"farmer."

780.132 Operations must be performed

"by" a farmer.

780.133 Farmers'

"farmer."

Sec.

780.139 Pea vining.

780.140 Place of performing the practice as a factor.

"SUCH FARMING OPERATIONS"-ON THE FARM 780.141 Practices must relate to farming operations on the particular farm. 780.142 Practices on a farm not related to farming operations.

780.143 Practices on a farm not performed for the farmer.

PERFORMANCE OF THE PRACTICE "AS AN INCIDENT TO OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH" THE FARMING OPERATIONS

780.144 "As an incident to or in conjunction with" the farming operations. 780.145 The relationship is determined by consideration of all relevant factors. 780.146 Importance of relationship of the practice to farming generally.

780.147 Practices performed on farm products-special factors considered.

PRACTICES INCLUDED WHEN PERFORMED AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 3(f)

780.148 "Any" practices meeting the requirements will qualify for exemption. 780.149 Named practices as well as others must meet the requirements.

PREPARATION FOR MARKET

780.150 Scope and limits of "preparation for market."

780.151 Particular operations on commodities.

SPECIFIED DELIVERY OPERATIONS 780.152 General scope of specified delivery operations.

780.153 Delivery "to storage."
780.154 Delivery "to market."
780.155 Delivery "to carriers for transpor-
tation to market."

TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS NOT
MENTIONED IN SECTION 3(f)

cooperative as a

780.156 Transportation of farm products from the fields or farm.

PRACTICES PERFORMED "ON A FARM" 780.134 Performance "on a farm" generally.

780.135 Meaning of "farm."

780.136 Employment in practices on farm.

"SUCH FARMING OPERATIONS"—OF THE

FARMER

780.137 Practices must be performed in connection with farmer's own farming. 780.138 Application of the general principles.

780.157 Other transportation incident to farming.

OTHER UNLISTED PRACTICES WHICH MAY BE WITHIN SECTION 3(f) 780.158 Examples of other practices within section 3(f) if requirements are met. Subpart C-Agriculture as It Relates to Specific Situations

FORESTRY OR LUMBERING OPERATIONS 780.200 Inclusion of forestry or lumbering operations in agriculture is limited.

Sec.

780.201 Meaning of "forestry or lumbering operations."

780.202 Subordination to farming operations is necessary for exemption. 780.203 Performance of operations on a farm but not by the farmer. 780.204 Number of employees engaged in operations not material.

NURSERY AND LANDSCAPING OPERATIONS 780.205 Nursery activities generally. 780.206 Planting and lawn mowing. 780.207 Operations with respect to wild plants.

780.208 Forest and Christmas tree activities.

780.209 Packing, storage, warehousing, and sale of nursery products.

HATCHERY OPERATIONS

780.210 The typical hatchery operations constitute "agriculture."

780.211 Contract production of hatching eggs.

780.212 Hatchery employees working on farms.

780.213 Produce business.

780.214 Feed sales and other activities.

Subpart D-Employment in Agriculture That is Exempted From the Minimum Wage and Overtime Pay Requirements Under Section 13(a)(6)

STATUTORY PROVISIONS

780.300 Statutory exemptions in section 13(a) (6).

780.301 Other pertinent statutory provisions.

780.302 Basic conditions of section 13(a) (6) (A).

780.303 Exemption applicable on employee basis.

780.304 "Employed by an employer." 780.305 500 man-day provision.

780.306 Calendar quarter of the preceding calendar year defined.

780.307 Exemption for employer's immediate family.

780.308 Definition of immediate family. 780.309 Man-day exclusion.

780.310 Exemption for local hand harvest

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GINNING OF Cotton for MARKET

780.804 "Ginning" of cotton. 780.805 Ginning of “cotton."

780.806 Exempt ginning limited to first processing.

780.807 Cotton must be ginned "for

market."

EMPLOYEES "ENGAGED IN" GINNING

780.808 Who may qualify for the exemption generally.

780.809 Employees engaged in exempt op

erations.

780.810 Employees not "engaged in" ginning.

COUNTY WHERE COTTON IS GROWN IN
COMMERCIAL QUANTITIES

780.811 Exemption dependent upon place
of employment generally.
780.812 "County."

780.813 "County where cotton is grown." 780.814 "Grown in commercial quantities." 780.815 Basic conditions of exemption;

second part, processing of sugar beets, sugar-beet molasses, sugarcane, or maple

sap.

780.816 Processing of specific commodities. 780.817 Employees engaged in processing.

780.818 Employees not engaged in processing.

780.819

Production must be of unrefined sugar or syrup.

Subpart J-Employment in Fruit and Vegetable Harvest Transportation; Exemption From Overtime Pay Requirements Under Section 13(b)(16)

INTRODUCTORY

780.900 Scope and significance of interpretative bulletin.

780.901 Statutory provisions.

780.902 Legislative history of exemption. 780.903 General scope of exemption. 780.904 What determines the exemption. 780.905 Employers who may claim exemption.

EXEMPT OPERATIONS ON FRUITS OR
VEGETABLES

780.906 Requisites for exemption generally.

780.907 "Fruits or vegetables."

780.908 Relation of employee's work to specified transportation.

780.909 "Transportation."

780.910 Engagement in transportation and

preparation.

780.911 Preparation for transportation. 780.912 Exempt preparation. 780.913 Nonexempt preparation.

780.914 "From the farm."

780.915 "Place of first processing."

780.916 "Place of ・ ・ ・ first marketing.” 780.917 "Within the same State."

EXEMPT TRANSPORTATION OF FRUIT OR VEGETABLE HARVEST EMPLOYEES 780.918 Requisites for exemption generally.

780.919 Engagement "in transportation" of harvest workers.

780.920 Workers transported must be fruit or vegetable harvest workers. 780.921 Persons "employed or to be employed" in fruit or vegetable harvesting. 780.922 "Harvesting" of fruits or vegetables.

780.923 "Between the farm and any point within the same State."

Subpart K-Employment of Homeworkers in Making Wreaths; Exemption From Minimum Wage, Overtime Compensation, and Child Labor Provisions Under Section 13(d)

INTRODUCTORY

780.1000 Scope and significance of inter

pretative bulletin.

780.1001 General explanatory statement.

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