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Federal Crop Insurance Corporation_

Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act
Appropriations authorization:

Cost of classing or grading
Grain for waterfowl
Sales for foreign currency -

Transfers to supplemental stockpile
Assignment, agricultural conservation program payment_
Assistance:

To friendly countries

To promote conservation.
Barley:

Disaster payments
Payment limitation
Payments
Price support

Set Aside
Barter or exchange of agricultural commodities:
Charter provision
For foreign aid and assistance programs.
For strategic commodities -
Transfer of commodities to-

National stockpile

Supplemental stockpile
Base, period for prices.
Basic agricultural commodities
Bee indemnity payments
Borrowing authority of CCC
Bushel, defined
Buyer, collection and payment of penalty by
Cancellation of debts_
Cargo Preference Act
Carriers, common, records and reports required of
Carry-over, defined:

Corn, cotton, peanuts, rice, tobacco, wheat_
Changes in cropping systems and land use, agreements
Classification Act of 1949
Commercial area, wheat.
Committee, review. See Review committee.
Committees, local, county, and State:

Establishment
Expenses
Functions and utilization for-

Agricultural adjustment
Commodity credit
Federal crop insurance

Soil conservation
Commodity Credit Corporation. See also Price support.

Acquisition of plants and facilities
Administrative expenses
Advances for crop insurance premiums.
Allotment of funds to other agencies
Annual report
Board of directors

Advisory board
Borrowing authority
Bylaws, adoption of
Capital stock
Claims, authority to adjust and settle
Cold storage facilities
Conspiracy to commit offenses against
Contracts and agreements
Conversion of property of
Cooperation with other agencies
Corporate powers

19-6, 33-1

33-12

8-1

28-8
42-12, 42-13
19-6, 44-1

8-3
9-6, 16-2

47-2
52-1
16-2

8–3,84

1-17
1-3, 46–5

11-4
52-1

1-6
18-5

1-13, 11-5

19-9

1-6
46-5

19-4
19-8
18-4
19-8
19-9
19-8

19-8
19-6, 43-1

1944
19-8
19-7
19-5
19-10

19-4
19-10
19-9
1944

Page
28-11
19-4
19-3
19-4
19-9
1-17

33-1
41-3
34-2
41-1

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Costs and expenses of donation programs
Court of Claims, suit in
Counterclaims
Creation and purposes
Crimes and offenses
Cropping systems, changes in, and land uses, agreements
Disposition of agricultural commodities:

Barter
Cotton for colleges

Cotton for export
Dairy products for armed forces
Determination of quantity available:

Disaster relief
Dollars on credit
Domestic disposal programs
Emergency relief
Export
Export credit sales.
Extra long, staple cotton for export
Famine relief
Financing sale and exportation of agricultural commodities
Flour and cornmeal donations
Foreign currency.
Marketing, publicize food for peace
Migratory waterfowl
Private stocks
Private trade channels
Resale, prevention of
Restrictions on sales
Safeguard usual marketings of the U.S.
Sales
Sales price-
Stocks of CCC
Wine industry
Dissolution of Delaware corporation_
Effective date of Charter Act
Embezzlement of money, funds of -
Exchange of commodities for foreign products
Exemption from legal process
Expansion and development of markets
Expenditures, authority to determine
Exportation of surplus commodities
Exporting of agricultural commodities
False statements to influence action of
Federal Property and Administrative Service Act, exemption from
Federal Reserve Banks, use of
Federal Tort Claims Act applicable
Free use of mails
General powers
Industrial hydrocarbons and alcohol.
Interest charged on------
Interest of Members of Congress
Intervention in suits
Jurisdiction of courts
Larency of property of.
Legal history of
Limitation on actions
Liquidation of agricultural stocks
Loans and advances, authority to make.
Loans, nonrecourse
Loans, taxpayer's election
Location of offices -
Making available agricultural commodities -
Markets, expansion of

42-1
36–7

28-11
36–2, 37-1
28–3, 34-2

34-4
34-2
37-1
36–7
41-4
36-10
36-10
43-2
36-1
36-3
36–3
28-3
36-2
28–3
28-3
19–6
39–1
19-12
19-12
19-10
33-1
19-3
19–7
19-8
19-7
1947
19-10
19-6
44-3
19-3
19-3
19-3
25-10
18-1
44-2
19-9
19-3
19-3
19–10
19-1
19-4
34-1
19-7
28–3
45-1
19-3
42-6
19–7

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Personal property, acquisition of -

194
Personnel

19-9
Powers

193, 1947
Price support authority

19-7
Procuring agricultural commodities

1947
Purchasers of converted goods

19-11
Purposes

19-3
Real estate, acquisition of

14-10
Reconcentration of cotton

18-1
Records and reports

19-9
Regulations and rules, authority to adopt

19-4
Reimbursement by other agencies. See Reimbursement to CCC.
Removal or disposition of surplus commodities

19-7
Reports to Congress. See Reports by CCC to Congress.
Research, restriction on

19–7
Restrictions on acquisition of real and personal property

19-5
Rights to intervene in proceedings---

19-3
Rights, privileges and immunities of, same as United States

19-4
Sales of grain storage facilities_

19-6
Set-offs

19-3
Settlements, authority to make.

19–7
Specific powers

19-7
State and local laws applicability

19-4
Statutes applicable to Corporation

197
Stimulating foreign production --

1946
Storage facility loans to grain producers

19-5
Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act

14-1
Suits

19-3
Summary of legal history of Corporation

19-1, 19-11
Supporting prices of agricultural commodities_

19-7
Surplus disposal

19–7
Taxation -

45-1
Transfer of assets of Delaware corporation

19-11
Use of funds and other assets

19-8
Utilization of association and trade facilities

19-9
Utilization of usual trade channels

1944
Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, see also Commodity Credit Corpora-
tion

19-3
Conditions for receiving payment of grant of aid

1-2, 1-5, 1-9
Confidential records and reports -

16-2
Congress, interest of members in contracts with the Government

19-9
Conservation materials, and services, see also Grants of aid

1-5
Consultation on agricultural programs

45–1
Consumer safeguards

8-10
Consumption, normal domestic human

1-4
Consumption, normal year's domestic:
Defined-
Corn, cotton, rice, tobacco, wheat_

8-5
Container, sanitary,

36-2
Cooperation for soil conservation, Government agencies

1-5
Cooperative associations, recognition and encouragement of_

1-6
Corn:

Appeal relating to allotment, see also Review of acreage allotment.
Definitions-
Actual production

8-3
Bushel

8-3
Carryover

8-3
Corn

8-2
Market, marketed, for market_

84
Marketing year-

844
Normal production.

8-5
Normal supply

8-5
Normal year's domestic consumption

8-5
Normal year's exports

8-6
Normal yield

8-10

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Reserve supply level

8-12
Total supply-

8-12
Disaster payments

22-4
Diversion payments.

22-6
Diverted acreage

22-6
Farm acreage allotments-
Nonestablishment of-

10-1
Notice of farm acreage allotment_

15-1
Pooled acreage allotments

16-6
Farm marketing quotas, adjustment of

10-1
Loans. See Price support.
Price support on

20–3, 22–1
Parity payments

8-13
Payments

22-2
Payment limitation

22–3
Price support level

22-1
Producer storage program

25-3
Regulations, issuance by Secretary

16–4
Reports and records required of buyers, warehousemen and others

16-2
Data confidential

16-3
Review of farm quota and allotment, see also Review of farm marketing
quota and acreage allotment_

15-1
Set-aside

22–6, 22–7
Target price

22-2
Cornmeal, enrichment of

41-4
Cotton:
American upland:
Adjustment of acreage planted to cotton

12-8
Appeal relating to farm quota and allotment, see also Review farm market-
ing quota and acreage allotment

15-1
Cooperators -

20–4
County acreage allotments,
Adjustments in

12-10
Apportionment to old cotton farms

12-7
County cropland factor

12-7
Reserves for adjustments and new farms

12-5
Definitions-
Actual production

8-3
Carryover

8-4
Farm marketing excess

12-12
Market, marketed, for market

8-4
Marketing year

8–4
National average yield_

8-4
Normal production

8-5
Normal supply

8-5
Normal year's domestic consumption

8-5
Normal year's exports -

8-6
Normal yield, county and farm

8-6
Parity

8-2
Projected farm yield

8-8
Total supply

8-10
Disaster payments

22-4
Diversion payments

22–6
Diverted acreage-

22-6
Domestic acreage allotments

12-15
Donation to colleges -

41-3
Equalization payments

12-15
Excess acreage excluded from allotment calculations.

12–7
Export market acreage

12-12
Export sales

34-2
Farm acreage allotments-
Adjustments in allotments for small farms

12-4
Adjustments in old farm allotments

12-4
Apportionment of county allotment to old farms

12-5
Farms acquired for governmental use

16-7

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Minimum, for old farms.

12-6
New farms

42-4
Preliminary allotments

12-3
Release and reapportionment

12-17, 16-7
Seventy-five percent planting rule

16-5
Farm base acreage allotments-
Apportionment of county allotments

12-18
Farm marketing excess-
Adjustment in amount of

12-12
Amount of farm marketing excess

12-12
Producer subject to penalty on.

12-12
Regarded as available for marketing -

12-12
Farm marketing quotas-
Amount of farm quota

12-12
Increase or termination

16-1
Pooled acreage allotments

16-6
Farm program payment yield

21-4
Identification of marketings

16-3
Individual farm program acreage.

21-4
Insurance on

18-1
Legislative findings

12-1
Low yield payments

21-4
Measurement of farms

16-3
National acreage allotment-
Amount of

12-3
Apportionment to States:
For 1953 and subsequent years.

12-4
When proclaimed

12-2
National acreage reserve.

12-4
National base acreage allotment

21-17
Amount of cd

21-17
Apportionment to States

21-17
National marketing quota-
Amount of

12-2
Conditions requiring proclamation of

12-2
Domestic and foreign-grown cotton --

12-2
Exemption of extra long staple cotton from

12-13
Minimum national marketing quota -

12-2
When proclaimed

12-3
National program acreage

21-4
Payment limitation

29-1
Payments

21-3
Penalties-
Buyer to collect and pay

16-1
Exception of marketings by experiment stations.

16-2
Interest on unpaid penalty

12-13
Lien for, on entire cotton crop

12-13
Long staple cotton exemption

12-13
Producer subject to

12-13
Rate of penalty

12-13
Refund of penalty

16–2
Prevented planting payments

21-4
Price support on

20–3, 20-5, 21-1
Proclamations-
Increase or termination of marketing quotas

16-1
National acreage allotment

12-3
National marketing quota.

12-1
Referendum results

12-3
Production goal

12-2
Reconcentration of_

12-1
Referendum,
Effect of results

12-3
Eligible voters -

12-3
Notice of farm quota and allotment mailed prior to referendum

15-1

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