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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 453, 454, 457-AUG. 17, 1949 inclusive) shall not be applicable with respect to the manufacture, by any process which includes evaporations from the mash or juice of any fruit, of any volatile fruit-flavor concentrate if- "(1) such concentrate, and the mash or juice from which it is produced, contains no more alcohol than is reasonably unavoid- able in the manufacture of such concentrate; and "(2) such concentrate is rendered unfit for use as a beverage before removal from the place of manufacture; and "(3) the manufacturer thereof keeps such records, renders such reports, files such bonds, and complies with such other rules and regulations with respect to the production, removal, sale, transportation, and use of such concentrate and of the mash or juice from which such concentrate is produced, as the Commis- sioner, with the approval of the Secretary, may prescribe as necessary for the protection of the revenues imposed by this chapter. "(b) CONTROL AFTER TAX-FREE MANUFAcTURE.- If any volatile fruit-flavor concentrate (or any fruit mash or juice from which such concentrate is produced) containing one-half of 1 per centum or more of alcohol by volume, which is manufactured free from tax under the provisions of subsection (a), is sold, transported, or used by any person in violation of the provisions of this chapter or regulations promulgated thereunder, such person and such concentrate, mash, or juice shall be subject to all provisions of this chapter pertaining to distilled spirits and wines, including those requiring the payment of tax thereon; and the person so selling, transporting, or using such concentrate, mash, or juice shall be required to pay such tax." Approved August 17, 1949. [CHAPTER 454] TtOTNT DC TinT TT'¥TIMT August 17, 1949 ILV U LjiN [H. J. Res. 212] Extending for two years the existing privilege of free importation of gifts from [Public Law 241] members of the armed forces of the United States on duty abroad. Resolvred by the Senate and Howue of Representatives of the United States of IAmnrica in Congress assembled, That section 2 of the Act of Decembler 5, 1942, entitled "An Act to accord free entry to bona fide gifts frllo milnbers of the armed forces of the United States on dtltv abroad", as amtended (U. S . C ., 1!946 edition, Supp. I, title 50, 56Stat. 1041;:61stat. Apl . sec. 847), is hereby amnlelded by striking out "July 1, 1949" 9o U. S. C ., supp. and inlserting ill lieu thereof "July 1, 1951". 11, app.847. Approved August 17, 1949. [CHAPTER 457] August 17, 1949 A ACT {H. 1R. 22141 To provide for the development, administration, and maintenance of the Suitland 11'ublic Law 242] Parkway in the State of Maryland as an extension of the park system of the District of Columbia and its environs by the Secretary of the Interior, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Suitland Parkway, United States of America in Congress assembled, That hereafter all lands and easements heretofore or hereafter acquired by the United States for the right-of-way for a military road, constructed by the War Department, between the eastern approaches of the South Capitol Street Bridge in the District of Columbia and the vicinity of the entrance to Andrews Field in the State of Maryland, including any lands required for additional connections to the Maryland road sys- tem, shall be regarded as an extension of the park system of the Dis- 612 [63 STAT.