Hearings Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations, Part 3

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Page 1576 - Recognizing the desirability of expanding trade in agricultural commodities between their two countries and with other friendly nations in a manner which would not displace usual marketings of the United States of America in these commodities or unduly disrupt world prices of agricultural commodities or normal patterns of commercial trade with friendly countries...
Page 1466 - (a) take reasonable precautions to safeguard usual marketings of the United States and. to assure that sales under this Act will not unduly disrupt world prices...
Page 1846 - ... for the purpose of stabilizing, supporting, and protecting farm income and prices; assisting in the maintenance of balanced and adequate supplies of such commodities; and facilitating their orderly distribution.
Page 1785 - ... 3. The availability of funds ; 4. The perishability of the commodity ; 5. The importance of the commodity to agriculture and the national economy ; 6. The ability to dispose of stocks acquired through a price support operation : 7. The need for offsetting temporary losses of export markets; and 8. The ability and willingness of producers to keep supplies in line with demand.
Page 1865 - Interest on borrowings from the Treasury (and on capital stock) is paid at a rate based upon the average interest rate on all outstanding marketable obligations (of comparable maturity date) of the United States as of the preceding month. Interest is also paid on certificates of interest and lending agency obligations for the period the agencies have then- funds invested.
Page 1670 - States, for the purpose of financing the construction and operation of generating plants electric transmission and distribution lines or systems for the furnishing of electric energy to persons in rural areas who are not receiving central station service...
Page 1563 - President shall, to the extent practicable, utilize nonprofit voluntary agencies registered with, and approved by, the Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid.
Page 1827 - If, in the same calendar year more than one crop of tobacco was grown from (1) the same tobacco plants, or (2) different tobacco plants, and is harvested for marketing from the same acreage of a farm, the acreage allotment next established for such farm shall be reduced by an amount equivalent to the acreage from which more than one crop of tobacco was so grown and harvested.
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Page 1632 - ... practices ; insure the benefits of membership privileges on contract markets to cooperative associations of producers; insure trust-fund treatment of margin moneys and equities of hedgers and other traders and prevent the misuse of such funds by brokers ; and provide information to the public regarding trading operations on contract markets.

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