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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1980

PROCLAMATION 4808—DEC. 11, 1980 Articles

94 STAT. 3811

Quota quantity

Notwithstanding the quantitative hmitation on the importation of peanuts described in item 951.00, an additional quantity of such peanuts, within the scope of such quota, may be entered during the period December 4, 1980 through June 30, 1981: Provided, That the following certificates (or a bond for their production) for such peanuts shall be filed with the appropriate customs officer at the time of entry (except that such peanuts, blanched or otherwise prepared or preserved shall not require such certificates): (a) a certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture attesting to the fact that the peanuts meet the requirements as to quality, size, and wholesomeness that are specified in the Outgoing Quality Regulations of the Marketing Agreement for peanuts No. 146 (45 F.R. 41675-83 (June 20, 1980)) and (b) a certificate issued by the U.S. Department of 200,000,000 pounds: Provided, Agriculture laboratories or designated laboratories That peanuts in the shell approved by the Peanut Administrative Committee shall be charged against this attesting to the fact that the peanuts-tested "negaquota on the basis of 75 tive" as to aflatoxin. pounds for each 100 pounds of peanuts in the shell.

(2) The temporary provision added to Part 3 of the Appendix to the Tariff Schedules of the United States by paragraph (1) of this proclamation shall be deleted therefrom on July 1, 1981. Signed this 4th day of December, 1980. Reubin O'D. Askew

Proclamation 4808 of December 11, 1980

Proclamation To Implement Certain Tariff Concessions on Live Cattle Imports By the President of the United States A Proclamation 1. On September 17, 1979, under the authority of section 101(a)(1) of the Trade Act of 1974 (the Trade Act) (19 U.S.C. 2111(a)(1)), the United States entered into a trade agreement with Canada containing concessions by the United States on five tariff items regarding imports of live cattle. Section G of Annex III of Proclamation No. 4707 of December 11, 1979, provided for 93 Stat. 1781. the staged reduction in the rates of duty for four of the tariff items on cattle. Those staged reductions were subsequently implemented by a notice published in the Federal Register (45 FR 20603 (1980)). Implementation of the concession on a fifth tariff item was made contingent upon the conclusion of certain trade negotiations with the United Mexican States. Those negotiations were concluded on March 18, 1980.