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PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

PUBLIC LAW 8 6 - 3 8 9 - F E B. 20, 1980

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section (a) and also all costs of such additional highway crossing or highway crossings, such rail transit crossing, and their approaches (includnig the costs of all reconstruction, alterations, additions, betterments, improvements, and extensions thereof and all interest, financing, and refunding costs, and suitable reserves), such bridge and such additional higliway crossing or highway crossings shall thereafter be maintained and operated free of tolls, or the rates of toll shall thereafter be adjusted so as to provide a fund of not to exceed the amount necessary for the proper maintenance, repair, and operation of such bridge and such additional highway crossing or highway crossings and their approaches, under economical management. An accurate record of the costs of such bridge, such highway crossing or highway crossings, such rail transit crossings, and their approaches, the expenditures for maintaining, repairing, and operating such bridge and such additional highway crossing or highway crossings and of the daily tolls collected, shall be kept and shall be available for the information of all persons interested. Nothing herein shall impair or limit the full power and authority of the State of California or any public body in such State to provide for the use of such rail transit crossing and the fixing, charging, and collection of fares and charges in connection with the transportation of goods or passengers by means of such rail transit crossing." Approved February 20, 1960.

Public Law 86-389 February 20, 1960 [H. R. 9664]

AN ACT To stabilize support levels for tobacco against disruptive fluctuations and to provide for adjustment in such levels in relation to farm cost.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the supp^o^rt^ieveis. United States of America in Congress assembled, That title I of the 7 USC 1441 a^d Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended, is hereby further amended by note, 1443, 1444. adding at the end thereof a new section 106, as follows: "SEC. 106. Notwithstanding any of the provisions of section 101 of this Act: (a) For the 1960 crop of any kind of tobacco for which marketing quotas are in effect, or for which marketing quotas are not disapproved by producers, the support level in cents per pound shall be the level at which the 1959 crop of such kind of tobacco was supported, or if marketing quotas were disapproved for the 1959 crop of such kind of tobacco, the level at which the 1959 crop of such kind of tobacco would have been supported if marketing quotas had been in effect, (b) For the 1961 crop and each subsequent crop of any kind of tobacco for which marketing quotas are in effect, or for which marketing quotas are not disapproved by producers, the support level in cents per pound shall be determined by adjusting the support level for the 1959 crop of such kind of tobacco, or if marketing quotas were disapproved for the 1959 crop of such kind of tobacco, the level at which the 1959 crop of such kind of tobacco would have been supported if marketing quotas had been in effect, by multiplying such support level for the 1959 crop by the ratio of (i) the average of the index of prices paid by farmers, including wage rates, interest, and 52 Stat. 31. taxes, as defined in section 301(a)(1)(C) of the Agricultural Adjust7 USC 1301. ment Act of 1938, as amended, for the three calendar years immediately preceding the calendar year in which the marketing year begins for the crop for which the support level is being determined to (ii) the average index of such prices paid by farmers, including wage rates, interest, and taxes for the calendar year 1959."