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[74 Stat. 331]
[74 Stat. 331]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960




P U B L I C LAW 86-593-JULY 6, 1960

herein, and such determinations shall become effective immediately upon publication in the Federal Register of the President's^proclamation thereof; "(2) For the purposes of meeting the requirements of consumers in the United States, the President is thereafter authorized to cause or permit to be brought or imported into or marketed in the United States, at such times and from such sources, including any country whose quota has been so reduced, and subject to such terms and conditions as he deems appropriate under the prevailing circumstances, a quantity of sugar, not in excess of the sum of any reductions in quotas made pursuant to this subsection: Provided, however, That any part of such quantity equivalent to the proration of domestic deficits to the country whose quota has been reduced may be allocated to domestic areas and the remainder of such quantity (plus any part of such allocation that domestic areas are unable to fill) shall be apportioned in raw sugar as follows: "(i) There shall first be purchased from other foreign countries for which quotas or prorations thereof of not less than three thousand or more than ten thousand short tons, raw value, are provided in section 202(c), such quantities of raw sugar as are required to permit importation in such calendar year of a total of ten thousand short tons, raw value, from such country; "(ii) There shall next be purchased from the Republic of the Philippines 15 per centum of the remainder of such importation; "(iii) The balance, including any unfilled balances from allocations already provided, shall be purchased from foreign countries having quotas under section 202(c), other than those provided for in the preceding subparagraph (i), in amounts prorated according to the quotas established under section 202(c): Provided, That if additional amounts of sugar are required the President may authorize the purchase of such amounts from any foreign countries, without regard to allocation; " (3) If the President finds that raw sugar is not reasonably available, he may, as provided in (2) above, cause or permit to be imported such quantity oi sugar in the form of direct-consumption sugar as may be required." SEC. 4. Sections 101(j), 203, 205(a), 209(a), 209(c), and 307 of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended, are each amended by striking out the words "The Territory of" in each place where they appear therein. Approved July 6, 1960.

Publication F. R.

7 USC 1112.

7 USC 1101, 1113, 1115, 1119, 1137.

Public Law 86-593 AN ACT To amend title 10, United States Code, with respect to certain medals.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That chapter 857 of title 10, United States Code, is amended as follows: (1) Section 8742 is amended— (a) by amending the catchline to read as follows: § 8742. Air Force cross: award"; and (b) by striking out the words "a distinguished-service cross" and inserting the words "an Air Force cross" in place thereof. (2) Section 8744 is amended— (a) by amending the catchline to read as follows: "§8744, Medal of honor; Air Force cross; distinguished-service medal: limitations on award"; and

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Air Force. Decorations and awards. 70A Stat. 540.