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Floor inspection means inspection of prunes where samples are drawn from packaged prunes or from unpackaged prunes that are held in packing containers.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 601 - Declaration of conditions
§ 602 - Declaration of policy; establishment of price basing period; marketing standards; orderly supply flow; circumstances for continued regulation
§ 603 - Government owned cotton; transfer to Secretary of Agriculture; powers of Secretary
§ 604 - Borrowing money; expenditures; authority of Secretary
§ 605 - Repealed. June 30, 1947, ch. 166, title II, § 206(d), 61 Stat. 208
§ 606 - Repealed. Aug. 24, 1935, ch. 641, § 34, 49 Stat. 775
§ 607 - Sale by Secretary; additional options; validation of assignments; publication of information
§ 608 - Powers of Secretary
7 U.S. Code § 608–1 - Omitted
§ 608a - Enforcement of chapter
7 U.S. Code § 608a–1 - Repealed. Sept. 1, 1937, ch. 898, title V, § 510, 50 Stat. 916
§ 608b - Marketing agreements; exemption from anti-trust laws; inspection requirements for handlers not subject to agreements
§ 608c - Orders
7 U.S. Code § 608c–1 - Repealed. June 29, 1945, ch. 196, 59 Stat. 263
§ 608d - Books and records
§ 608e - Repealed. July 3, 1948, ch. 827, title III, § 302(d), 62 Stat. 1258
7 U.S. Code § 608e–1 - Import prohibitions on specified foreign produce
§ 608f - Repealed. Pub. L. 89–106, § 9, Aug. 4, 1965, 79 Stat. 432
§ 609 - Processing tax; methods of computation; rate; what constitutes processing; publicity as to tax to avoid profiteering
§ 610 - Administration
§ 611 - “Basic agricultural commodity” defined; exclusion of commodities
§ 612 - Appropriation; use of revenues; administrative expenses
§ 612a, 612b - Omitted
§ 612c - Appropriation to encourage exportation and domestic consumption of agricultural products
7 U.S. Code § 612c–1 - Authorization for appropriations to increase domestic consumption of surplus farm commodities
7 U.S. Code § 612c–2 - Technical support to exporters and importers of United States agricultural products; scope of support provided by Department of Agriculture
7 U.S. Code § 612c–3 - Repealed. Pub. L. 101–624, title XV, § 1578, Nov. 28, 1990, 104 Stat. 3702
7 U.S. Code § 612c–4 - Purchase of specialty crops
7 U.S. Code § 612c–5 - Section 612c funds for purchase of fruits, vegetables, and nuts to support domestic nutrition assistance programs
7 U.S. Code § 612c–6 - Domestic food assistance programs
§ 613 - Termination date; investigations and reports
§ 613a - Repealed. Sept. 1, 1937, ch. 898, title V, § 510, 50 Stat. 916
§ 614 - Separability
§ 615 - Refunds of tax; exemptions from tax; compensating tax; compensating tax on foreign goods; covering into Treasury
§ 616 - Stock on hand when tax takes effect or terminates
§ 617 - Refund on goods exported; bond to suspend tax on commodity intended for export
§ 618 - Existing contracts; imposition of tax on vendee; collection
§ 619 - Collection of tax; provisions of internal revenue laws applicable; returns
§ 619a - Cotton tax, time for payment
§ 620 - Falsely ascribing deductions or charges to taxes; penalty
§ 621 - Machinery belting processed from cotton; exemption from tax
§ 622 - Omitted
§ 623 - Actions relating to tax; legalization of prior taxes
§ 624 - Limitation on imports; authority of President
§ 625 - Repealed. Pub. L. 108–357, title VI, § 611(s), Oct. 22, 2004, 118 Stat. 1523
§ 626 - Import inventory
§ 627 - Dairy forward pricing pilot program
§ 641 to 659 - Omitted
§ 671 - Arbitration of disputes concerning milk
§ 672 - Agreements; licenses, regulations, programs, etc., unaffected
§ 673 - Taxes under Agricultural Adjustment Act; laws unaffected
§ 674 - Short title
Title 7 published on 16-Jun-2018 03:56
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 7 CFR Part 993 after this date.
This document makes nomenclature changes to subpart headings in the Agricultural Marketing Service's regulations to bring the language into conformance with the Office of the Federal Register requirements.
This rule increases the assessment rate established for the Prune Marketing Committee (Committee) for the 2013-14 and subsequent crop years from $0.22 to $0.28 per ton of salable dried prunes handled. The Committee locally administers the marketing order, which regulates the handling of dried prunes grown in California. Assessments upon dried prune handlers are used by the Committee to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the program. The crop year begins August 1 and ends July 31. The assessment rate will remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.
This proposed rule would increase the assessment rate established for the Prune Marketing Committee (Committee) for the 2013-14 and subsequent crop years from $0.22 to $0.28 per ton of salable dried prunes handled. The Committee locally administers the marketing order, which regulates the handling of dried prunes grown in California. Assessments upon dried prune handlers are used by the Committee to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the program. The crop year begins August 1 and ends July 31. The assessment rate would remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.
The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that decreased the assessment rate established for the Prune Marketing Committee (Committee) for the 2011-12 and subsequent crop years from $0.27 to $0.22 per ton of salable dried prunes handled. The Committee locally administers the marketing order for dried prunes produced in California. The interim rule was necessary to allow the Committee to lower its assessment rate because of a substantial decrease in wage and salary expenses. The current excess funds carried forward along with the estimated interest income, combined with the funds generated from the decreased assessment rate and decreased crop is expected to provide adequate income to cover anticipated 2011-12 expenses.