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Forest Service: Salaries and expenses:

National forest protection and management
Fighting forest fires.
Forest research.

Total, salaries and expenses...
Forest development roads and trails
Acquisition of lands for national forests:

Weeks Act

Superior National Forest
Acquisition of lands from national forest receipts.
State and private forestry cooperation
Cooperative range improvements
Payments to schools funds, Arizona and New Mexico, national forests

fund (permanent)...
Payments to Minnesota (Cook, Lake, and St. Louis Counties) from the

national forests fund (permanent)
Payments to States and territories from the national forests fund (perma-

nent)
Roads and trails for States, national forest fund (permanent).

Total..
Flood control

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Soil Conservation Service

Payments due counties and refunds, submarginal land program (perma

nent)
Water conservation and utilization projects
Production and Marketing Administration:

Conservation and use of agricultural land resources.
Acreage allotments and marketing quotas
Sugar Act.
National school-lunch program...
Removal of surplus agricultural commodities (30 percent of customs re-
ceipts).
Less transfer to "International Wheat Agreement".

Balance available for removal of surplus agricultural commodities
Marketing Services
Commodity Exchange Authority,
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.
Rural Electrification Administration (salaries and expenses)

See footnotes at end of table, p. 53.

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TABLE 2.-Subappropriations-Appropriations and REA and FHA borrowing authorizations, 1950, 1951, and budget estimates, 1952—

Continued

Appropriations for current year activity-Continued
Farmers' Home Administration:

Grants (farm housing program).
Salaries and expenses.

Total.
Farm Credit Administration:

Direct appropriation

Assessments against member institutions of the Farm Credit system.
Extension Service:
Payments to States:

Capper-Ketcham Act.
Bankhead-Jones Act, title II:

Sec. 21

Sec. 23.
Additional extension work.
Alaska
Puerto Rico
Farm Housing Act of 1949 (title V, sec. 506 (a)).
Cooperative agricultural extension work (permanent).

Total, payments to States
Salaries and expenses

Total
Office of the Secretary
Office of Solicitor.
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.
Office of Information
Library
Deduct amounts, included above, transferred from "Salaries and expenses, farm

housing," "Supply and distribution of farm labor," and "Salaries and expenses, Agricultural Adjustment Administration" for pay adjustment costs.

Total, appropriations for current year activity

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1, 252,42

al 470, 000), 000

28,000,000
496,000,000

300,000,000

32, 800,000

382, 500,000

60, 420, 500
10, 073, 600
86, 500,000

283, 873, 800

13, 420, 500
207,000,000

Borrowing anthormations:

Rurd Electrifondion Administration Loans:

Rural telephone as

Total, Rural Electrification Administration

Farmers' Home Administration Loans:

Farm ownership and farm housing

Production and subsistence.

Water facilities

100,000,000

9,000,000
109,000,000

-183, 573, 500

-4, 426, 500

- 188,000,000

24,500,000

41, 350,000

85,000,000

3,000,000

129, 350,000

624, 360,000

24 65,000,000

28 103,000,000

4,000,000

172,000,000

554,500,000

24 40, 500,000

25 103,000,000

4,000,000

147, 500,000

444,500,000

38,000,000

110,000,000

5,000,000

153,000,000

262,000,000

-2,500,000

+7,000,000

+1,000,000

+5,500,000

- 182, 500,000

24,500,000

110,000,000

1, 504, 266, 173

1, 458,066, 298

149, 866, 500

1,308, 199, 798 1, 142, 915, 560

-165, 284, 238

Total, Farmers Home Administration.

Total, borrowing authorizations..

Total, appropriations for current year activity and REA and FHA

borrowing authorizations.

Special items:

Eradication of foot-and-mouth and other contagious diseases of animals (1950

costs)

International wheat agreement (1950 costs-transfer from "Removal of sur-

plus agricultural commodities").

Total, special items..

Total, appropriations and REA and FHA borrowing authorizations.

32, 700,000
76, 808,000
109, 508,000
1, 252, 423, 560

+32, 700, 000

+76, 808,000

+109, 508,000

-55, 776, 238

1, 504, 266, 175

1,458, 066, 298

149, 866, 500

1, 308, 199, 798

RECAPITULATION

Appropriations (other than permanents).

Permanent appropriations:

Payments to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico, national forests fund.

Payments to Minnesota (Cook, Lake, and St. Louis Counties) from the na-

tional forests fund.

Payments to States and Territories from the national forests fund

Roads and trails for States, national forests fund

Payments due counties and refunds, submarginal land program

Removal of surplus agricultural commodities (30 percent of customs receipts).

Cooperative agricultural extension work.

Total, permanent appropriations..

Borrowing authorizations:

Rural Electrification Administration loans

Farmers' Home Administration loans.

СОНЫМЕН

Total, borrowing authorizations..

Total, appropriations and REA and FHA borrowing authorizations-

See footnotes at end of table, p. 53.

TABLE 2.–Subappropriations-Appropriations and REA and FHA borrowing authorizations, 1950, 1951, and budget estimates, 1952—

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CORPORATE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE LIMITATIONS

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Appropriations and borrowing

authorizations, 1951
Appropriations
and borrowing

Reductions
authorizations, Appropriations
1950 1

under sec. 1214
and borrowing

of General Net available authorizations,

Appropriation 1951

Act, 1951

Budget estimates, 1952

Increase (+) or
decrease (-)
budget esti-

mates, 1952,
compared with
net available,

1951

1,500,000
1, 398, 000
1, 348,000

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Bureau or item

Commodity Credit Corporation.
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation.
Federal intermediate credit banks.
Production credit corporations..

$15, 350,000

Total, corporate administrative expense limitations

19, 596, 000

TRUST FUNDS

$95, 651
6, 190, 950

10, 793

Bureau of Animal Industry:

Expenses and refunds, inspection and certification of canned wet animal

foods.
Forest Service:

Cooperative work.

State rural rehabilitation corporation funds.
Soil Conservation Service:

Operation and maintenance, water distribution systems, water conserva

tion and utilization projects.
Payments in lieu of taxes and operation and maintenance costs, water con-

servation and utilization projects.

Technical services and other assistance, agricultural conservation program..
Production and Marketing Administration:

Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading of farm products
Grading of agricultural commodities for Commodity Credit Corporation..
Indemnity fund, county associations..
Moisture content and grade determinations for Commodity Credit Cor-

poration.
Undistributed cotton price adjustment payments.

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17 Does not include $25,750,000 being borrowed from the Commodity Credit Corporation, as authorized by sec. 391 (c) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, for advances of materials and services

20 Includes $250,000 appropriated in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1950; $650,000 appropriated in the Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1950; and $165,000 appropriated in the Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1950.

22 Consists of $350,000,000 borrowing authorization for rural electrification loans and $120,000,000 borrowed under the additional authorization of $150,000,000 contingent upon certification of need by the Secretary of Agriculture.

Farmers' Home Adminstration:

Liquidation of deposits, lease, and purchase contracts

State rural rehabilitation funds, new agreements. Miscellaneous contributod funds.. Return of excess deposits for reproduction of photographs, mosaics, and maps.

Total, trust funds..

220, 800 13, 611, 122 610, 516

1,067

10,000 9,800,000

089, 450 46, 360

10,000
0, 800,000
580, 460
46, 300

14,000
7,000,000
533, 000

21, 008, 561

18, 190, 251

27,082, 709

21,008, 561

1 Individual items reflect amounts appropriated in the Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1950, for pay adjustment costs. . Includes $160,000 appropriated in the

Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1950. 3 Includes $60,000 appropriated in the Third Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1949

Financed in fiscal years 1950 and 1951 by transfer from the appropriation made by sec. 12 (a) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, approved May 12, 1933.

In addition, the act provides $100,000 contract authority in connection with the establishment of the irrigation experiment station at Brawley, Calif.
Includes $100,000 appropriated in the Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1951.
1 Includes $95,000 appropriated in the Third Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1949,
8 Includes $1,750,000 appropriated in Public Law 215, approved Aug. 8, 1949, and $1,000,000 appropriated in the Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1950.
Includes $1,250,000 contingency fund for use only to the extent determined by the Secretary and the Bureau of the Budget.
10 Includes $750,000 appropriated in the Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1950, and $2,000,000 appropriated in the Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1950.
11 Includes $750,000 contingency fund for use only to the extent determined by the Secretary and the Bureau of the Budget.
12 Includes $2,000,000 contingency fund for use only to the extent determined by the Secretary and the Bureau of the Budget.
13 Includes $6,677,000 appropriated in the Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1950.
! Includes $2,500,000 contingency fund for use only to the extent determined by the Secretary and the Bureau of the Budget.
145 In addition, prior-year balances available.
15 Includes $250,000 for general basin investigations in the Arkansas-White-Red and the New England-New York areas
16 Prior-year balances available.

on the 1951 crop program.
18 In addition, prior year balances available.
10 Includes $1,000,000 appropriated in the Second Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1950.

21 Due to carry-over of funds from prior years, on an available funds basis, a loan program of $300,000,000 is planned for 1951 and $220,000,000 for 1952.

23 Due to carry-over of funds from prior years, on an available funds basis, a loan program of $30,000,000 is planned for 1951 and $14,000,000 for 1952. 24 In addition, $7,134,975 available from fiscal year 1950 authorizations. 25 Includes $18,000,000 authorized in the Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1951. 28 Includes proposed supplemental estimate of $3,850,000.

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