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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1 ST SESS.-CH. 90-MAY 31, 1947 program carried on therein pursuant to this joint resolution; (d) if food, medical supplies, fertilizer, or seed is transferred or otherwise made available to such country pursuant to this joint resolution, no articles of the same character will be exported or removed from such country while need therefor for relief purposes continues; (e) such country has taken or is taking, insofar as possible, the economic meas- ures necessary to reduce its relief needs and to provide for its own future reconstruction; (f) upon request of the President, it will fur- nish promptly information concerning the production, use, distribu- tion, importation, and exportation of any supplies which affect the relief needs of the people of such country; (g) representatives of the Government of the United States will be permitted to supervise the distribution among the people of such country of the supplies trans- ferred or otherwise made available pursuant to this joint resolution; (h) provision will be made for a control system so that all classes of people within such country will receive their fair share of essential supplies; and (i) all supplies transferred pursuant to this joint reso- lution or acquired through the use of credits established pursuant to this joint resolution and any articles processed from such supplies, or the containers of such supplies or articles, will, to the extent prac- ticable, be marked, stamped, branded, or labeled in a conspicuous place as legibly, indelibly, and permanently as the nature of such supplies, articles, or containers will permit in such manner as to indicate to the ultimate consumer in such country that such supplies or articles have been furnished by the United States of America for relief assist- ance; or if such supplies, articles, or containers are incapable of being so marked, stamped, branded, or labeled, that all practicable steps will be taken to inform the ultimate consumers thereof that such sup- plies or articles have been furnished by the United States of America for relief assistance. SEC. 4. When supplies are transferred or otherwise made available to any country pursuant to this joint resolution, the President shall cause representatives of the Government of the United States (1) to supervise the distribution of such supplies among the people of such country, (2) to observe and report with respect to the carrying out of the assurances given to the President pursuant to section 3, and (3) to seek arrangements that reparations payable from current pro- duction by any such country to any other country by treaty be post- poned during the period of such relief. a With respect to the furnlishing of relief assistance pursuant to this joint resolution, the President shall appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, a field administrator who shall direct the supervision of such relief assistance. Such administrator shall receive compensation at a rate not to exceed $12,000 per annum, and any necessary expenses, as the President shall determine. He shall act in accordance with the instructions of the President. The authority of the President under sections 2 and 3 and under this section may, to the extent the President directs, be exercised by the Secretary of State. SEC. 5. (a) The President shall promptly terminate the provision of relief assistance to the people of any country whenever he deter- mines (1) that, by reason of changed conditions, the provision of relief assistance of the character authorized by this joint resolution is no longer necessary, (2) that any of the assurances given pursuant to section 3 are not being carried out, (3) that an excessive amount of any supplies transferred or otherwise made available pursuant to this joint resolution, or of similar supplies produced locally or imported from outside sources, is being used to assist in the mainte- nance of armed forces in such country, or (4) that supplies trans- 127 Supervision of dis- tribution by U. 5. representatives, etc. Field administra- tor. Post, p. 937. Compensat ion. Exercise of author- ity by Secretary of State. Termination by President.