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PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1962
PUBLIC LAW 87-411-MAR. 3, 1962
Public Law 87-411 March 3, 1962 [H. R. 4934]
Reservoir areas. Recreation facilities.
AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to modify certain leases entered into for the provision of recreation facilities in reservoir areaa
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress ajisembled^ That the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to amend any lease entered into with respect to lands under the jurisdiction of the Forest Service providing for the construction, maintenance, and operation of commercial recreational facilities at a Federal reservoir project so as to provide for the adjustment, either by increase or decrease, from time to time during the terai of such lease of the amount of rental or other consideration payable to the United States under such lease, when and to the extent he determines such adjustment to be necessary or advisable in the public interest. No adjustment shall be made under the authority of this Act so as to increase or decrease the amount of rental or other consideration payable under such lease for any period prior to the dat« of such adjustment. Approved March 3, 1962.
Public Law 87-412 March 6, 1962 [H. R. 9013]
Rice acreage allotments. 63 Stat. 1059.
AN ACT To provide for the transfer of rice acreage history where producer withdraws from the production of rice.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 353 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1353), be amended by adding at the end thereof a new subsection (f) to read as follows: " (f)(1) If a producer in a State in which farm rice acreage allotments are determined on the basis of past production of rice by the producer on the farm, dies, his history of rice production shall beapportioned in whole or in part among his heirs or devisees according to the extent to which they may continue, or have continued, his farming operations, if satisfactory proof of such succession of farming operations is furnished the Secretary. " (2) If a producer in a State in which farm rice acreage allotments are determined on the basis of past production of rice by the producer on the farm withdraws in whole or in part from rice production in favor of a member or members of his family who will succeed to his farming operations that portion of his rice history acreage as may be ascribed to such withdrawal may be transferred to such family member or members, as the case may be, if satisfactory proof of such relationship and succession of farming operations by such family member or members is furnished the Secretary. "(3) I f a producer in a State in which farm rice acreage allotments are determined on the basis of past production of rice by the producer on the farm permanently withdraws from rice production, his rice; history acreage may be transferred to another producer or producers who have had previous rice-producing experience, provided the following conditions are met: (i) The transferee must acquire the entire farming operation pertaining to rice, including all production and harvesting equipment, any irrigation equipment not permanently attached to the land, and any land owned by the transferor to which