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54 STAT.] 76TH CONG. , 3D SESS.-CHS. 839-841 -OCT. 10, 1940 1093 the crop year 1940 which is in excess of (1) 110 per centum of the proportlonate share for the farm, or (2) the proportionate share for the farm plus twenty-five acres, whichever is the greater; for so much of such excess as does not exceed five hundred acres, a deduc- tion of $10 per acre- for so much of such excess as exceeds five hundred acres, a deduction of $20 per acre: Provided, That the PrOi o. foregoing provision shall be effective only if the Secretary deter- tioBn. 0° e ompu ta - mines that the actual production from the 1940 crop acreage shall not exceed the estimated production of the 1940 proportionate share acreage of five hundred and five thousand tons. SEC. 2. The last clause of section 201 of the Act approved Sep- Sugar Act of 1937, tember 1, 1937, is amended to read as follows: "and in order that a50Stat.04. the regulation of commerce provided by this Act shall not result .i1u s . OSpp V, in excessive prices to consumers, the Secretary shall make such addi- Additional allow- tional allowances as he may deem necessary in the amount of sugar a determined to be needed to meet the requirements of consumers, so that the supply of sugar made available to consumers shall not result in average prices to consumers in excess of those necessary to maintain the domestic sugar industry as a whole. The amount Amount. of such additional allowances shall not be less than the amount required, after allowance for normal carry-over, to give consumers in the continental United States a per capita consumption equal to the average of the two-year period 1937-38". Approved, October 10, 1940. [CHAPTER 840] JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing the participation of the United States in the celebration of a Pan American Aviation Day, to be observed on December 17, of each year, the anniversary of the first successful flight of a heavier-than-air machine. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representativesof the United States of America in Congress assenmbled, That the President of the United States is authorized to designate December 17 of each year as Pan American Aviation Day and to issue a proclamation calling upon all officials of the Government, Governors of the forty-eight States, our possessions, and all citizens to participate in the observance of this day to further and stimulate interest in aviation in the American countries as an important stimulus to the further development of more rapid communications and a cultural development between the nations of the Western Hemisphere. Approved, October 10, 1940. [CHAPTER 841] AN ACT To simplify the accounts of the Treasurer of the United States, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That after the reim- bursement to the Treasury from funds derived from assessments made pursuant to section 8 of the Act of July 12, 1882, 22 Stat. 164, as amended (U. S. C., title 12, sec. 177), of all costs lawfully charged thereto for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1941, the balance of such funds shall be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts; and thereafter the cost of transporting and redeeming such outstand- ing national bank notes and Federal Reserve bank notes as may be presented to the Treasurer of the United States for redemption shall be paid from the regular annual appropriations for the Treasury Department. Approved, October 10, 1940. October 10, 1940 18. J. Res. 295] [Pub. Res., No. 106] Pan American Aviation Day. October 10, 1940 [S. 844] [Public, No. 832] Treasurer of U. S. Simplification ofac- counts of.