Hearing Before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Seventy-fourth Congress, First[-second] Session...

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Page 100 - Commissioner or notice from the collector, be due and payable to the collector before the expiration of the period for filing the return. If the tax is not paid when due, there shall be added as part of the tax interest at the rate of 1 per centum a month from the time when the tax became due until paid.
Page 2 - No rule or regulation of the Secretary of Agriculture shall prohibit the transfer or assignment by a cotton producer of certificates issued or reissued to him if such transfer or assignment is to another cotton producer who is a resident of the same State.
Page 1 - ... It is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress to promote the orderly marketing of cotton in interstate and foreign commerce ; to enable producers of such commodity to stabilize their markets against undue and excessive fluctuations, and to preserve advantageous markets for such commodity, and to prevent unfair competition and practices in putting cotton into the channels of interstate and foreign commerce, and to more effectively balance production and consumption of cotton.
Page 84 - ... cotton for a crop year as provided in section 3 of this Act, the tax shall not apply with respect to cotton harvested during such crop year but shall apply to cotton harvested during the next crop year for which, with the approval of the President, the Secretary makes an allotment under such section. (e) No tax shall be imposed under this Act with respect to — (1) Cotton harvested by any publicly owned experimental station or agricultural laboratory. (2) An amount of cotton harvested in any...
Page 59 - The amount of cotton allotted to any county pursuant to section 5 (b) shall be apportioned by the Secretary of Agriculture to farms on which cotton has been grown within such county. Such allotments to any farm shall be made upon application therefor and may be made by the Secretary based upon— (1) A percentage of the average annual cotton production of the farm for a fair representative period; or (2) By ascertaining the amount of cotton the farm would have produced during a fair representative...
Page 28 - Concurrent with this 1953-54 escape clause action, by resolution of the House Ways and Means Committee (July 29, 1953), and the Senate Finance Committee (July 27, 1953), the Commission also conducted a general investigation in accordance with the provisions of section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930. This was transmitted to the Committee on Ways and Means and to the Committee on Finance on April 19, 1954, and is a 356-page volume with a detailed analysis of the economic conditions and pertinent statistics...
Page 59 - SEC. 7. (a) The amount of cotton allotted to any county pursuant to section 5 (b) shall be apportioned by the Secretary of Agriculture to farms on which cotton has been grown within such county. Such allotments to any farm shall be made upon application therefor and may be made by the Secretary based upon — (1...
Page 20 - ... utilize such Federal officers and employees, and. with the consent of the State, such State and local officers and employees, as may be necessary...
Page 89 - ... to bring the total of the farm allotments within the county's allotment; or (3) Upon such basis as the Secretary of Agriculture deems fair and just, and will apply to all farms to which the allotment is made under this paragraph uniformly, within the county, on the basis or classification adopted. The Secretary of Agriculture, in determining the manner of allotment to individual farmers, shall provide that the farmers who have voluntarily reduced their cotton acreage shall not be penalized in...
Page 27 - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE, Washington, DC The committee met, pursuant to adjournment, at 10: 30 am in the committee room, New House Office Building, Hon. Marvin Jones (chairman) presiding. The CHAIRMAN.

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