61 STAT.] 80Tr CONG. , IST SESS.-CH. 519-AUG. 8 , 1947 shall be that country in respect to importation from which draw-back of the exported sugar or liquid sugar has been claimed. Sugar or liquid sugar entered into the continental United States under an applicable bond established pursuant to orders or regulations issued by the Secretary, for the express purpose of subsequently exporting the equivalent quantity of sugar or liquid sugar as such, or m manufac- tured articles, shall not be charged against the applicable quota or proration for the country of origin. (b) Exportation within the meaning of sections 309 and 313 of the Tariff Act of 1930 shall be considered to be exportation within the meaning of this section. (c) The quota established for any domestic sugar-producing area may be filled only with sugar or liquid sugar produced from sugar beets or sugarcane grown in such area: Provided,however, That any sugar or liquid sugar admitted free of duty from the Virgin Islands under the Act of Congress, approved March 3, 1917 (39 Stat. 1133), may be admitted within the quota for the Virgin Islands. SEC. 212 . The provisions of this title shall not apply to (1) the first ten short tons, raw value, of sugar or liquid sugar imported from any foreign country, other than Cuba and the Republic of the Phil- ippines, in any calendar year; (2) the first ten short tons, raw value, of sugar or liquid sugar imported from any foreign country, other than Cuba and the Republic of the Philippines, in any calendar year for religious, sacramental, educational, or experimental purposes; (3) liquid sugar imported from any foreign country, other than Cuba and the Republic of the Philippines, in individual sealed containers of such capacity as the Secretary may determine, not in excess of one and one-tenth gallons each; or (4) any sugar or liquid sugar imported, brought into, or produced or manufactured in the United States for the distillation of alcohol, or for livestock feed, or for the production of livestock feed. TITLE III-CONDITIONAL-PAYMENT PROVISIONS SEC. 301. The Secretary is authorized to make payments on the following conditions with respect to sugar or liquid sugar commer- cially recoverable from the sugar beets or sugarcane grown on a farm for the extraction of sugar or liquid sugar: (a) That no child under the age of fourteen years shall have been employed or permitted to work on the farm, whether for gain to such child or any other person, in the production, cultivation, or harvesting of a crop of sugar beets or sugarcane with respect to which application for payment is made, except a member of the immediate family of a person who was the legal owner of not less than 40 per centum of the crop at the time such work was performed; and that no child between the ages of fourteen and sixteen years shall have been employed or permitted to do such work, whether for gain to such child or any other person, for a longer period than eight hours in any one day, except a member of the immediate family of a person who was the legal owner of not less than 40 per centum of the crop at the time such work was performed. The Secretary is authorized to make payments, notwith- standing a failure to comply with the conditions provided in this sub- section,but the payments made with respect to any crop shall be subject to a deduction of $10 for each child for each day, or a portion of a day, during which such child was employed or permitted to work contrary to the foregoing provisions of this subsection. (b) That there shall not have been marketed (or processed) an amount (in terms of planted acreage, weight, or recoverable sugar content) of sugar beets or sugarcane grown on the farm and used for 95347-48 --pt. 1 59 929 46 Stat. 690, 693. 19U.S.C.if1309, 1313. Filling of quota for domestic area. Duty-free sugar from Virgin Islands. 48 U. S. C. §1395. Nonapplicability. Child labor. Marketing in excess of proportionate share.