Hearings Before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, First-[second] Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1949
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90 percent ABERNETHY acreage allotments acres Agricultural Adjustment Act Aiken bill amount ANDRESEN average bales of cotton base basic basis BELL BUNJE California carry-over cents Chairman Commodity Credit Corporation Congress Congressman consumption cooperative corn cost cotton acreage cotton farmer cotton growers cotton production crop economic effect estimated export farm Federal fiber figures forest formula GATHINGS gentlemen give going Government GRANGER HOEVEN HOPE HUNTER income increase industry Japan jute labor land legislation loan marketing quotas ment million minimum Miss PETERSON national allotment normal supply operation Orlon PACE parity price peanuts percent of parity percentage period plant cotton POAGE pound price support question RANDOLPH rayon recommendation reduction Secretary of Agriculture shift sorghums specially provided statement STINE support price synthetic synthetic fibers Texas textile thing tion tobacco total supply United WALKER wheat WHITE WOOLLEY WORLEY
Página 4 - Such investigation shall be made after due notice and opportunity for hearing to interested parties, and shall be conducted subject to such regulations as the President shall specify.
Página 168 - The Legislature has the power to decide what the policy of the law shall be, and if it has intimated its will, however indirectly, that will should be recognized and obeyed. The major premise of the conclusion expressed in a statute, the change of policy that induces the enactment, may not be set out in terms, but it is not an adequate discharge of duty for courts to say: We see what you are driving at, but you have not said it, and therefore we shall go on as before.
Página 111 - ... pressed, sheared, or stamped shapes, not advanced in value or condition by any process or operation subsequent to the process of stamping...
Página 163 - The CHAIRMAN. If there is no objection on the part of the committee, we will receive those statements.
Página 110 - ... not advanced in value or condition by shredding, grinding, chipping, crushing, or any other process or treatment whatever beyond that essential to the proper packing of the drugs and the prevention of decay or deterioration pending manufacture: Provided, That no article containing alcohol shall be admitted free of duty under this paragraph.
Página 111 - ... all articles of every description not specially provided for, composed wholly or in chief value of glass or paste, or combinations of glass and paste, blown or partly blown in the mold or otherwise...
Página 156 - In the fulfillment of its purposes and in carrying out its annual budget programs submitted to and approved by the Congress pursuant to the Government Corporation Control Act (31 USC, 1940 edition, Supp.
Página 115 - House or cabinet furniture wholly or in chief value of wood, wholly or partly finished, and manufactures of wood or bark, or of which wood or bark is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for in this section, 15 per centum ad valorem.
Página 297 - My name is Walter L. Randolph. I am president of the Alabama Farm Bureau Federation, and a member of the board of directors and executive committee of the American Farm Bureau Federation. I appear on behalf of our national organization.
Página 105 - ... but which are advanced in value or condition by shredding, grinding, chipping, crushing, or any other process or treatment whatever beyond that essential to the proper packing of the drugs and the prevention of decay or deterioration pending manufacture, 10 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That the term "drug...