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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CHS. 791, 792--OCT. 31 , 1949 the Commissioner of Indian Affairs shall return the administration of said hospital, equipment, and facilities to said Board of County Commissioners of Bernalillo County or the Board of Trustees of the Bernalillo County Hospital, or their successors, as the case may be, for operation pursuant to the provisions of this Act and the terms of the contract with the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. SEC. 3. In the event that the Bureau of Indian Affairs at the request of the Board of County Commissioners of Bernalillo County, or the Board of Trustees of the Bernalillo County Hospital, or their suc- cessors, shall supply any personnel, materials, or other resources for the operation of such hospital, the cost thereof, as agreed upon by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and the county of Bernalillo, or the State of New Mexico, or any of its subdivisions then operating such hospital, shall be deducted from the amount due and payable by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Approved October 31, 1949. [CHAPTER 792] AN ACT To stabilize prices of agricultural commodities. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the "Agricultural Act of 1949". TITLE I-BASIC AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES SEC. 101. The Secretary of Agriculture (hereinafter called the "Secretary") is authorized and directed to make available through loans, purchases, or other operations, price support to cooperators for any crop of any basic agricultural commodity, if producers have not disapproved marketing quotas for such crop, at a level not in excess of 90 per centum of the parity price of the commodity nor less than the level provided in subsections (a), (b), and (c) as follows: The level of support shall be not less (a) For tobacco (except as otherwise provided herein), corn , than the follow- wheat, and rice, if the supply percentage as of the begin- ing percentage of ning of the marketing year is: the parity price: Not more than 102----------------------------------------- 90 More than 102 but not more than 104----------------------------- __ _ 89 More than 104 but not more than 106----------------------------- -


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75 The level of support shall be not less than the follow- (b) For cotton and peanuts, if the supply percentage as of the tg percentage of beginning of the marketing year is: the parity price: Not more than 108----------------- -



-- --- 90 More than 108 but not more than 110----------- - __- - - - - - -_ ___ __ 89 More than 110 but not more than 112 ---_-- ------------------ - -___ 88 1051 Cost of personnel, etc., supplied by Bu- reau of Idian Affairs. October 31, 1949 [H. R . 6345] [Public Law 439] Agricultural Act of 1949. Price support to co- operators.