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65 STAT.]

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PROCLAMATIONS—JUNE 2, 1951

PART I To the end that the said trade agreement specified in the fifth recital of this proclamation may be carried out: (a) Subject to the provisions of subdivision (b) of this Part, such modifications of existing duties and other import restrictions of the United States of America and such continuance of existing customs or excise treatment of articles imported into the United States of America as are specified or provided for in paragraphs 1 to 12, inclusive, of the said Torquay Protocol specified in the fifth recital of this proclamation and in Schedule X X contained in Annex A thereto, except the items therein which are identified in the tenth recital of this proclamation, shall be effective on and after June 6, 1951. (b) The application of the provisions of subdivision (a) of this Part shall be subject to the applicable terms, conditions, and qualifications set forth in paragraphs 1 to 12, inclusive, of the said Torquay Protocol, in Schedule X X contained in Annex A thereto, in Parts I, II, and III of the said General Agreement specified in the first recital of this Proclamation, in Part I of, and the general notes in. Schedule X X (original) thereof, and in the said Protocol of Provisional Application specified in the first recital of this proclamation, including any applicable amendments and rectifications of the said General Agreement; and the application of the said provisions of subdivision (a) shall also be subject to the exception that no rate of duty or import tax shall be applied to a particular article by virtue of this proclamation if, when the article is entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption— (I) the date is prior to the date which may be notified by the President to the Secretary of the Treasury and published in the Federal Register as the date on and after which the concession represented by such rate should not be withheld; or ( II) more favorable customs treatment is prescribed for the the article by any of the following then in effect: (i) a proclamation pursuant to the said section 350 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, but the application of such more favorable treatment shall be subject to the qualifications set forth in paragraph 3 (d) of the said Torquay Protocol and in the second paragraph of the general notes in Schedule X X contained in Annex A thereto; or (ii) any other proclamation, a statute, or an executive order, which proclamation, statute, or order either provides for an exemption from duty or import tax or became effective subsequent to April 21, 1951.

Ante, p. cl3. Effective date.

Antt, p. cl4.

61 Stat. Pt. 5, Al2, A18, A66. 61 Stat.,Pt.5,All57, A1361. Ante, p. cl2.

19 tr. S. C. § 1351.

PART II To the end that the said exclusive trade agreement specified in the eleventh recital of this proclamation may be carried out, the list set forth in the ninth recital of the said proclamation of January 1, 1948, as amended and rectified, shall be further amended as specified in the thirteenth recital of this proclamation.

Antt, p. cl4. 62 Stat., P t. p. 1468. Ante, p. cl6.

PART III The said proclamation of December 16, 1947, specified in the second recital of this proclamation, as amended and rectified, and the said proclamations supplemental thereto referred to in the second recital of this proclamation are hereby terminated to the extent that 76100 O - 52 - 69

Terminations. Anie, p. cl2.