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Service and regulatory announcements
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Agricultural Marketing Service

Washington, D.C.

SUPPLEMENT IV TO SRA-AMS-93 (Revised Ja

1957)

Sections 51.37 and 51.45(d) of Service and Regulatory Announcements No. 93
(Revised Jan. 4, 1957) REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE INSPECTION AND
CERTIFICATION OF FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, AND OTHER PROD-
UCTS 1 (7 CFR 51.1 through 51.67) was amended effective August 15, 1960 by de-
leting the same and inserting in lieu thereof the following:


51.37 Basis for charges.
(a) The fee for each lot of products
inspected by a salaried inspector acting
exclusively for the Department, except
for peanuts, pecans, and other nuts, shall
be on the following basis: For an in-
spection covering quality and condition,
$15.00 when the quantity involved is
more than one-half of a carload of the
customary size for such products in the
area from which shipped but not more
than a full carload, and $9.00 when the
quantity involved is not more than one-
half of such carload, but the maximum
fee for any carload not exceeding the
customary size which contains more than
one kind of a product shall be $30.00.
For an inspection covering condition-
only, $12.00 when the quantity involved
is more than one-half of carload of the
customary size for such products in the
area from which shipped but not more
than a full carload, and $8.00 when the
quantity involved is not more than one-
half of such carload, but the maximum
fee for condition-only inspection of any
carload not exceeding the customary size
which contains more than one kind of a
product shall be $24.00. When any lot
involved is in excess of a carload the
quantity shall be calculated in terms of
carloads and fractions thereof of the cus-
tomary size for such carloads and car-
load rates aforesaid applied: Provided,
That such fractions shall be calculated
in terms of fourths or next higher
fourths.
(b) Base fee for peanuts, pecans, or
other nuts. The base fee for peanuts
(shelled), pecans, or other nuts shall be
60 cents per ton: Provided, That the
minimum fee shall be $12.00 per lot, the
1 Among such other products are the follow-
ing: Raw nuts, Christmas trees and greens;
flowers and flower buds; and onion sets.
56374- -60


different grades and varieties of peanuts
shall be considered separate lots, and
the fee for Farmers' stock peanuts
unshelledd) shall be $1.65 per ton.
(c) When inspections are made on
which formal certificates are not issued,
as provided in 51.19, or when the prod-
ucts inspected cannot readily be calcu-
lated in terms of carlots or when samples
are drawn, or when the services rendered
are such that a charge on the carlot
basis would be inadequate or inequitable,
charges for inspection may be based on
the time consumed by the inspector in
connection with such inspections, com-
puted at the rate of $5.00 per hour, or
the charges may be based on the number
of pounds or number of containers in the
lot inspected, if such charges are in sub-
stantial conformity with the hourly or
carload rate.
(d) Whenever inspections are per-
formed at the request of the applicant on
Saturday, Sundays, holidays or at any
other periods which are outside the in-
spector's regular scheduled work week,
the charge for inspection shall be $2.50
per hour or portion thereof per inspector
in addition to the regular commercial lot
or hourly fees specified in this subpart.
51.45 Schedule of fees.
*
(d) Base fee for peanuts, pecans, or
other nuts. The base fee for peanuts
(shelled), pecans, or other nuts shall be
60 cents per ton: Provided, That the
minimum fee shall be $12.00 per lot, the
different grades and varieties of peanuts
shall be considered separate lots, and the
fee for Farmers' stock peanuts (un-
shelled) shall be $1.65 per ton.
Notice of proposed rule making, public
procedure thereon, and the postponement
of the effective time of this revision later
than August 15, 1960 (5 U.S.C. 1001-




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1011) are impracticable, unnecessary,
S and contrary to the public interest in
that (1) the Agricultural Marketing Act
oft 1946 provides that the fees charged
shall, as nearly as possible, cover the
cost of the service rendered; (2) the
increases in fees set forth herein are
necessary to more nearly cover such cost
including, but not limited to, increased
salaries to Federal employees required by
recent legislation (Public Law 86-568) ;
(3) it is imperative that the increase in
fees become effective in time to meet
such increased costs; and (4) additional


time is not required by users of the in-
spection service to comply with this
revision.
(Sees. 202-208, 60 Stat. 1087, as amended; 7
U.S.C. 1621-1627)
Dated: August 1, 1960, to become effec-
tive at 12:01 a.m., August 15, 1960.
RoY W. LENNARTSON,
Deputy Admiiii.strator,
Marketing Services.
[F.R. Doc. 60-7260; Filed, Aug. 3, 1960;
8:52 a.m.]


U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1960




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