99 STAT. 1436 Ante, p. 1430.
Regulations. 16 USC 590h.
Post, p. 1439. Prohibition. Regulations.
PUBLIC LAW 99-198—DEC. 23, 1985
on such planted acres, an Eimount of peanuts equal to the farm's average yield, as determined under section 358(t), times the planted acres, shall be deemed to have been marketed in violation of permissible uses of quota and additional peanuts. Any penalty payable under this paragraph shall be paid and remitted by the producer. "(6) The Secretary shall authorize, under such regulations as the Secretary shall issue, the county committees established under section 8(b) of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act to waive or reduce marketing penalties provided for under this subsection in cases in which such committees determine that the violations that were the basis of the penedties were unintentional or without knowledge on the part of the parties concerned. "(7) Errors in weight that do not exceed one-tenth of 1 percent in the case of any one marketing document shall not be considered to be marketing violations except in cases of fraud or conspiracy. "(n)(l) Only quota peanuts may be retained for use as seed or for other uses on a farm. When so retained, quota peanuts shall be considered as marketings of quota peanuts, except that the Secretary may exempt from consideration as marketings of quota peanuts seeds of peanuts that are used to produce peanuts excluded under subsection (c), are unique strains, and are not commercially available. "(2) Additional peanuts shall not be retained for use on a farm and shall not be marketed for domestic edible use, except as provided in subsection (r). "(3) Seed for planting of any peanut acreage in the United States shall be obtained solely from quota peanuts marketed or considered marketed for domestic edible use. "(o) On a finding by the Secretary that the peanuts marketed from any crop for domestic edible use by a handler are larger in quantity or higher in grade or quality than the peanuts that could reasonably be produced from the quantity of peanuts having the grade, kernel content, and quality of the quota peanuts acquired by such handler from such crop for such marketing, such handler shall be subject to a penalty equal to 140 percent of the loan level for quota peanuts on the quantity of peanuts that the Secretary determines are in excess of the quantity, grade, or quality of the peanuts that could reasonably have been produced from the peanuts so acquired. "(p)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), the Secretary shall require that the handling and disposal of additional peanuts be supervised by agents of the Secretary or by area marketing associations designated pursuant to section 108B(3)(A) of the Agricultural Act of 1949. "(2)(A) Supervision of the handling and disposal of additional peanuts by a handler shall not be required under paragraph (1) if the handler agrees in writing, prior to any handling or disposal of such peanuts, to comply with regulations that the Secretary shall issue. "(B) The regulations issued by the Secretary under subparagraph (A) shall include, but need not be limited to, the following provisions: "(i) Handlers of shelled or milled peanuts may export peanuts classified by type in all of the following quantities (less such I:;; reasonable allowance for shrinkage as the Secretary may >•,/: prescribe): --^nB i^; -.v^...:-•-:.•• ^^:;, - .. • .,,,.;:ri,.>^