Amend Cotton Control Act, Hearing Before ..., 74-1 on H.R. 5578 (H.R. 6424), February 20, 21, 22, 25, 1935

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Page 94 - Commissioner or notice from the collector, be due and payable to the collector before the expiration of the period for filing the return. If the tax is not paid when due, there shall be added as part of the tax interest at the rate of 1 per centum a month from the time when the tax became due until paid.
Page 85 - ... as the Secretary of Agriculture deems fair and just, and will apply to all farms to which the allotment is made under this paragraph uniformly, within the county, on the basis or classification adopted. The Secretary of Agriculture, in determining the manner of allotment to individual farmers, shall provide that the farmers who have voluntarily reduced their cotton acreage shall not be penalized in favor of those farmers who have not done so. (b) After the crop year 1934-1935 the apportionment...
Page 25 - Concurrent with this 1953-54 escape clause action, by resolution of the House Ways and Means Committee (July 29, 1953), and the Senate Finance Committee (July 27, 1953), the Commission also conducted a general investigation in accordance with the provisions of section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930. This was transmitted to the Committee on Ways and Means and to the Committee on Finance on April 19, 1954, and is a 356-page volume with a detailed analysis of the economic conditions and pertinent statistics...
Page 53 - SEC. 7. (a) The amount of cotton allotted to any county pursuant to section 5 (b) shall be apportioned by the Secretary of Agriculture to farms on which cotton has been grown within such county. Such allotments to any farm shall be made upon application therefor and may be made by the Secretary based upon — (1...
Page 2 - Fulmer, so that there would be no doubt in the minds of the farmers that they would get a square deal.
Page 14 - ... utilize such Federal officers and employees, and. with the consent of the State, such State and local officers and employees, as may be necessary...

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