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Miscellaneous. CORN PRODUCTION ACT, 1917. Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales). MINIMUM RATES OF WAGES fixed for MALE WORKMEN in GLAMORGAN & MONMOUTH, to come into fcrco on 9th September, 1918. rrI iHE Agricultural Wages Board ?ngland i and Wales), duly established and con- stituted under Section 5 (1) of the above Act and the Regulations made by the Board of Agri- culture and Fisheries, dated the 8th November, 1917, having given the Notice prescribed by the said Act ana having considered all objections duly lodged with them and Laving Lad regard to the provisions of sub-sections tD) and (7) of the said Section, hereby give notice,-as required by Section 5 (4) of the above Act, sjpd by para- graph 4 of the Agricultural Wages Regulations, iq 18 that they have fixed the following minimum rfltp5 of waces and the following differential rates t for overtime employment, as hereinafter defied, for Male Workmen employed m Agr,ensure lor time-work in the area comprisingthe administra- tive counties of Glamorgan and Monmouth, and the countv boroughs of Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea and Newport, and have defrcd or the purpose of the application 6f sucn differential lates for overtime the employment which is to be treated as overtime employment as allows, that is to say :— 1. The wages payable for employment in Summer (as hereinafter defined) of Male Work- men in Agriculture shall be not less than wages at the following minimum rates, that is to say For Male Workmen of For 57 hours. 21 years of age and over 36/0 19 and under -i years of age 35/- 18  i9 ? 32/- 3 5 n 7   s ? 14 15 18/- under 14 years 01 age ?o/- 2. The wages payable for employment in winter (as hereinafter defined) of Male Workmen in Agriculture shall be not less than wages at the following minimum rates, that is to say .— For Male Workmen of Fm- 49; hours. 21 years of age and over 36/6 19 and under 21 years of ,ige 35/- 18 ? 3-/? 17 „ ? „ ? 17 17 „ 24/6 16 17 J 15 1? ? ??' 14 ? ?  under 14 years 01 age 10/- 3. Provided that where a whole-time workman is employed by the week or any longer period the wages payable to him for the hours of work agreed between him and the employer in any week (excluding hours of overtime employment) shall not be less than the respective amounts set out in Clauses I and 2 above, notwithstanding that those hours are less than 57 in summer or 49-1 hours in winter. 4. The differential rates for overtime employ- ment shall be as jollows A. In respect of overtime employment on week-days :— For Male Workmen of Pr Hour 21 years of age and over • ^d- 19 and under 21 years ox age 18 11 II)" 81d. 17 I 8" 7ld. 16 17 » •• T<i s?d 15 16 5ld- 14 14i 4i"- under 14 years of age 2 jd.. B. In respect of overtime employment on a Sunday :— I; For Male Workmen of Per hour. 21 years of age and over • • 11 Id. L9 and under 21 years of age 1 I (i. 18 19" IE^' 17 18 ?f ;6 11 2$ 15  4 ? *5 » 5'H- under 14 years 01 age 3d. 5. provided that ill. the case of a Male Work- man of under 18 years 01 age the minimum rates and overtime rates shall, during the first two months of his employment in agriculture, be 20 per cent. less than the rates which but for this provision would be applicable to him wnder the provisions of the preceding-clauses of this Order. 6. For the purpose of the above rates the following employment is defined as overtime employment, that is to say (a) All employment in summer in excess of 57 hours in any week (excluding Sunday). (b> All employment in winter in excess of. 49^- hours in any week (excluding Sunay). (c) All employment on a Sunday. 7. For the purpose of the above rates employ- ment in summer shall be deemed to be employ- ment during the period commencing on the first Monday in March and terminating on the last Sunday in October and employment in winter shall be deemed to be employment during the I rest of the year. 8. The above rates shall apply to all Male Workmen who are wholly or partly employed in agriculture within the meaning of Section 17 (1) of the Corn Production Act, 191.7, in the above- mentioned area during such time as they are so employed. 9. For the purpose of the above rates the hours of work shall not include meal times, but shall include any time during which, by reason of weather conditions, an employer has pre- vented from working a workman who was present at the place of employment and ready to work. 10. The above rates shall come into operation on the ninth day of September, 1918. Dflted this third day of September, 1918. Signed by order of the Wages Board. R. E. STANLEY, Assistant Secretary. Agricultural Wages Board, (England and-Wales), So, Pall Mall, London, S.W.I. Application for Permit of Exemption under the proviso to Section 5 (3) of the Act may be made by the employer or worker, and should be addressed to the Secretary, the Glamorgan and Monmouth District Wages Committee, 17 Dvnevor Place, Swansea, from whom forms of application for Permits can be obtained. Complaints under Section 6 of the Act should also be addressed to the Secretary, the Glamorgan and Monmouth District Wages Committee, as above. Complaints under Section 7 of the Act should be addressed to the Secretary, the Agricultural "Wages Board (England and Wales), 80, Pall Mall, Londbn, S.W. i.

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