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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., 1ST SESS.-CHS. 518, 519-AUG. 29, 1949 or (2) 60 per centum of the acreage of peanuts harvested for nuts in the calendar year 1948, whichever is larger: Provided further, That if the national acreage allotment in any year is less than two million one hundred thousand acres, then the allotment for each State after being calculated as hereinabove provided shall be reduced by the same percentage as the State allotment (as so calculated) bears to the national allotment: And provided further, That the national acreage allotment for the crop year 1950 shall be not less than two million one hundred thousand acres." SEC. 5 . Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the farm acre- age allotment of wheat for the 1950 crop for any farm shall not be less than the larger of- (A) 50 per centum of- (1) the acreage on the farm seeded for the production of wheat in 1949, and (2) any other acreage seeded for the production of wheat in 1948 which was fallowed and from which no crop was harvested in the calendar year 1949, or (B) 50 per centum of- (1) the acreage on the farm seeded for the production of wheat in 1948, and (2) any other acreage seeded for the production of wheat in 1947 which was fallowed and from which no crop was harvested in the calendar year 1948, adjusted in the same ratio as the national average seedings for the production of wheat during the ten calendar years 1939-1948 (adjusted as provided by the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended) bears to the national acreage allotment for wheat for the 1950 crop: Provided, That no acreage shall be included under (A) or (B) which the Secretary, by appropriate regulations, determines will become an undue erosion hazard under continued farming. To the extent that the allotment to any county is insufficient to provide for such minimum farm allotments, the Secretary shall allot such county such additional acreage (which shall be in addition to the county, State, and national acreage allotments otherwise provided for under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended) as may be necessary in order to provide for such minimum farm allotments. Approved August 29, 1949. 677 Reduction. Minimum allot- ment, 1950. Wheat. Minimum allot- ment, 1950. 52 Stat. 38. 7U.S.C.§1301e seq.; Supp. II, § 1301 et seq. Post, pp. 1056-1062. Additional acreage to county. [CHAPTER 519] AN ACT AusUEt 29, 1949 To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Weber Basin I8 23011 reclamation project, Utah. IPublic Law 2731 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior, through the Bureau of Reclamation, is hereby author- ized to construct, operate, and maintain the Weber Basin project to consist of reservoirs, irrigation and drainage works, power plants, transmission lines, and similar works in and near Morgan, -Davis, Summit, and Weber Counties, Utah, for the purposes of supplying irrigation water to lands, both new and presently irrigated- supplying municipal, industrial, and domestic water; controlling foods; and generating and selling electric energy to help meet the short supply of power in the area and as a means of making the whole project self-supporting and financially solvent; and for other beneficial pur- poses (including, but without limitation, the control and catchment Weber Basin proj- ect Utah. Construction, oper- ation. etc.