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PUBLIC LAW 39-—MAY 25, 1951
not apply with respect to articles (other than co]>per sulfate and other than composition metal provided for in paragraph 1657 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, whicii is suitable both in its composition and shape, without further refining or alloying, for processing into castings, not including as castings ingots or similar cast forms) entered for consumption or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption during the period beginning April 1, 1951, and ending with the close of February 15, 1953, or the termination of the national emergency proclaimed by the President on December 16, 1950, whichever is earlier: Provided, That when, for all}'^ one calendar month during such period, the average market price of electrolytic copper for that month, in standard shapes and sizes, delivered Connecticut Valley, has been below 24 cents per pound, the Tariff Commission, within fifteen days after the conclusion of such calendar month, shall so advise the President, and the President shall, by proclamation, not later than twenty daj^s after he has been so advised by the Tariff' Commission, revoke such suspension of the import tax imposed under section 3425 of the Internal Revenue Code. In determining the average market price of electrolytic copper for each calendar month, the Tariff Commission is hereby authorized and directed to base its findings upon sources commonly resorted to by the buyers of copper in the usual channels of conmierce, including, but not limited to, quotations of the market price for electrolytic copper, in standard shapes and sizes, delivered Connecticut Valley, reported by the Engineering and Mining Journal's "Metal and Mineral Markets". Approved May 22, 1951.
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46 Stat. 676. 19 U.S.C. § 1201, par. 1657.
SOU. S. C S u p. IV app., note prec. § 2.
Basis of findings.
AN ACT To authorize the Administrator of Veterans' Affjiirs to leconvey to Tuskegee Institute a tract of land in Macon County, Alabama.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs is authorized to reconvey by quitclaim deed to Tuskegee Institute, foimerly known as Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, without monetary consideration, the followingdescribed tract of land in Macon County, Alabama: All of that land owned by the United States of America, and being a part of the reservation of the Veterans' Administration Hospital, Tuskegee, Alabama, lying west' of a line running from north to south through the center of section 23, township 17, range 23, Macon County, Alabama, containing one hundred acres, more or less, being all of the lands west of the aforesaid line conveyed to the United States of America by deed dated February 23, 1922, from the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, recorded \mong the land records of Macon County, Alabama, in volume 19 of deeds at page 404. SEC. 2. The conveyance shall contain such additional terms, reservations, restrictions, and conditions as may be determined by the Administrator of Veterans" Affairs to be necessary to safeguard the interests of the United States, Approved ^ a y 25, 1951.
May 25, 1951 [H. R. 2686]
Tuskegrie Institute. Conveyance.