PUBLIC LAW 87-824-OCT. 15, 1962
"(e) Funds paid to any State during any fiscal year pursuant to this section snail be disbursed to selected schools in such State to assist such schools in the purchase of agricultural commodities and other foods. The selection of schools and the amounts of funds that each shall from time to time receive (within a maximum per lunch Amount established by the Secretary for all the States) shall be determined by the State educational agency on the basis of the following factors: (1) The economic condition of the area from which such schools draw attendance; (2) the needs of pupils in such schools for free or reduced-price lunches; (3) the percentages of free and reducedprice lunches being served in such schools to their pupils; (4) the prevailing price of lunches in such schools as compared with the average prevailing price of lunches served in the State under this Act; and (5) the need of such schools for additional assistance as reflected by the financial position of the school lunch programs in such schools. "(f) I t in any State the State educational agency is not permitted by law to disburse funds paid to it under this Act to nonprofit private schools in the State, the Secretary shall withhold from the funds apportioned to such State under subsections (b) or (c) of this section an amount which bears the same ratio to such funds as the number of free and reduced-price lunches served in accordance with section 9 of this Act in the preceding fiscal year by all nonprofit private schools 42 USC i758. participating in the program under this Act in such State bears to the number of such free and reduced-price lunches served during such year by all schools participating in the program under this Act in such State. The Secretary shall disburse the funds so withheld directly to the nonprofit private schools within such State for the same purposes and subject to the same conditions as are applicable to a State educational agency disbursing funds under this section. " (g) I n carrying out this section, the terms and conditions governing the operation of the school lunch program set forth in other sections of this Act, including those applicable to funds apportioned or paid pursuant to sections 4 or 5 but excluding the provisions of sec- 42 USC 1753, tion 7 relating to matching, shall be applicable to the extent they are ^^^'*' ^'^®' not inconsistent with the express requirements of this section." Approved October 15, 1.962.
Public Law 87-824 AN ACT
October 15, 1962
To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 relating to the lease and. transfer of tobacco acreage allotments.
[H. R- 12«55]
Be it. enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, is further amended (1) by changing the language enclosed in parentheses in the first sentence of section 316(a) to read "(other than a Burley tobacco acreage allotment, and for the 1963 crop year, other than a cigar-filler and cigarbinder (types 42j 43, 44, 53, 54, and 55) tobacco acreage allotment)"; and (2) by striking the period and inserting at the end of the second sentence of subsection 316(b) the following: ": Provided, That no such lease shall be renewed for 1963 for cigar-filler and cigar-binder (types 42,43,44, 53, 54, and 55) tobacco." Approved October 15, 1962.
Tobacco. Acreage allotment. 75 Stat. 469. 7 USC 1314b.