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Rolmbursement to Commodity Credit Corporation for special activi

Transfer of hay and pasture seeds.
Emergency feed assistance in disaster areas.
Transfer of wheat to Pakistan.

of foot-and-mouth disease and vesicular oxanthema in
swine..
Eradication of brucellosis in cattle.
Soil bank programs..

Total, reimbursement to Commodity Credit Corporation for

special activities... Reimbursement for costs of special milk program. Limitation on administrative expenses

Total, Commodity Credit Corporation. Total, corporations..

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1,927.8

1,033.5

468.0

881.0

2,603.5

1• 588.8

1, 452.0

1, 892.0

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Total, foreign assistance programs..

66.9

257. 2

2, 550.0

1, 315.8

1, 265.4

1, 443.6

3, 460.6

2,085.0

1,889.0

2, 366.8

PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS

General fund appropriations:

Removal of surplus agricultural commodities (30 percent of customs

receipts).
National Wool Act, Agriculture.
Payments to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico, national forest

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FOREIGN ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Public Law 480:

Sale of surplus agricultural commodities for foreign currencies
Commodities disposed of for emergency famine relief to friendly

peoples
Long-term supply contracts.

Total, Public Law 480..
International Wheat Agreement
Bartered materials for supplemental stockpile.

9.5
57.4

receipts..

Total..

166.7

201.7

250. 2

260.0

301.0

386.6

400. 2

386.1

458. 3

458.6

See footnotes at end of table, p. 253.

TABLE 4.-Appropriations and REA and FHA loan authorizations, fiscal years 1956 through 1964, and budget estimates, 1965-Continue (NOTE.--Amounts for 1956 through 1964 are adjusted for comparability with the appropriation structure proposed in the 1965 budget estimates. Amounts in parentheses are not

included in totals] (Millions of dollars)

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

Budget estimates,

1965

PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS--continued

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Appropriations from special sources:

Establishment of an entomology research laboratory.
Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act fund (special receipt sund)..
Roads and trails for States, national forest receipts.
Expenses, brush disposal, Forest Service (special receipt fund).
Restoration of forest lands and improvements.
Payments to counties, national grasslands.
Payments to States, national forest fund including payments to Min-
nesota, (Cook, Lake, and St. Louis Counties) -

Total..

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1 In addition, the 1964 appropriation act provides for a transfer of not to exceed
$15,000,000 from the Commodity Credit Corporation.

2 In addition, the 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, and 1964 appropriation acts and budget estimate
for 1965 include a reappropriation of $1,000,000 of prior year funds to provide for additional
labor to be employed to strengthen research installations in the field.

3 Represents that portion of the allocations by the Budget Bureau of foreign currencies
accruing from sales of agricultural commodities under title I of the Agricultural Trade
Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as amended (Public Law 480), which are generated
in countries where the currencies becoming available are either excess to the normal re-
quirements of the United States or limited by the terms of the sales agreement to specific
uses.

4 In addition, 1961 appropriation act authorized reappropriation of $600,000 of prior year
funds to employ conservation aids and other nonprofessional personnel on a part-time or
contract basis.
5 Prior year balances available.

In addition, $285,000 transferred from sec. 32 funds,
7 This

activity was financed by advances from the Commodity Credit Corporation in
fiscal years 1956 through 1962.

8 The 1965 budget estimates propose that this program be financed by transfer from
"Removal of surplus agricultural commodities" (sec. 32).

. In addition, appropriation acts authorize and budget estimate proposes that the
following amounts be transferred from sec. 32 funds for purchase of agricultural commodi-
ties for distribution to schools: 1959, $35,000,000; 1960, $43,657,248; 1961-65, $45,000,000
each year.

10 Includes, in addition to annual appropriations, that portion of the allocations by the
Budget Bureau of foreign currencies accruing from sales of agricultural commodities
under title I of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as
amended (Public Law 480), which are generated in countries where the currencies becom-
ing available are not excess to the normal requirements of the United States.

il In addition, appropriation acts authorize and budget estimate proposes that the
following amounts be transferred from sec. 32 funds and merged with the appropriation:
1960, $2,745,709; 1961-65, $3,117,000 each year.

12 In addition, transfers from the Commodity Credit Corporation fund were authorized
and proposed, as follows: 1956, $33,230,490; 1957, $41,419,975; 1958, $44,657,334; 1959,

$42,021,230; 1960, $40,864,071; 1961, $70,837,460; 1962, $74,277,900; 1963, $78,359,127; 1964,
$91,720,000; 1965, $87,708,000.

13 The budget estimate includes an advance authorization of $120,000,000 (excluding
administration) for the 1965 crop year program for which an appropriation will be re-
quested in 1966.

14 Represents, in fiscal years 1956 through 1964, amounts transferred from other agencies
of the Department. 1963 amount includes transfer of $225,000 specifically authorized
by 1963 appropriation act.

15 Represents, in fiscal years 1956 through 1964, amounts transferred from other agencies
of the Department.

10 Includes transfers from corporate funds to Office of the Inspector General and Office
of Management Services, which represent a part of the funds shown for these agencies.

17 The amounts shown reflect not only the regular authorization to borrow from the
Secretary of the Treasury as set forth in the annual appropriation acts, but also includes
that portion of the contingency or reserve authorization utilized during each fiscal year.
The figures shown do not necessarily represent the amount of loans actually approved
in each fiscal year, since loan funds carried over from prior years together with rescissions
from previously approved loans were also available.
18 The amounts

shown reflect not only the regular authorization to borrow from the
Secretary of the Treasury as set forth in the annual appropriation acts, but also includes
that portion of the contingency or reserve authorization utilized during each fiscal year,

19 Includes $675,000,000 provided by the Second Supplemental Appropriation Act,
1960, $100,000,000 to complete restoration of 1958 realized losses and $575,000,000 for partial
restoration of 1959 realized losses. The remaining $1,435,424,413, included in the regular
1960 appropriation act, was for partial restoration of 1958 realized losses.

20 Consists of $632,000,994 to complete restoration of 1959 realized losses and $594,499,006
for partial restoration of 1960 realized losses.

21 To complete restoration of 1960 realized losses.
22 Includes $78,000,000 authorized transfer from the 1958 appropriation for “Acreage
reserve program.”

23 Appropriation acts and budget estimate provide that not less than 7 percent of the limitation shall be placed in reserve for use only as necessary to carry out program operations.

NotE.-Detail may not add to totals shown due to rounding.

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Table 5.Budget expenditures from appropriations, REA and FHA loan authorizations, and corporation and other revolving funds, fiscal

years 1956 through 1963, and estimated 1964 and 1965 (NOTE.-Amounts reported are based on expenditures for the Department of Agriculture as shown in the budget. Figures are adjusted for comparability with the appropriation

structure in the 1965 budget]

[Millions of dollars)

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GENERAL ACTIVITIES
Agricultural Research Service:

Salaries and expenses.-
Salaries and

expenses (special foreign currency program)
Construction of facilities
Cooperative State Research Service (principally payments to States).
Extension Service (principally payments to States)
Farmer Cooperative Service
Soil Conservation Service:

Conservation operations
Watershed protection...
Flood prevention.
Great Plains conservation program.

Resource conservation and development.
Economic Research Service
Statistical Reporting Service
Agricultural Marketing Service:

Marketing research and service
Payments to States and possessions.
Special milk program.--

School lunch program
Foreign Agricultural Service:

Salaries and expenses?

Salaries and expenses (special foreign currency program)!.
Commodity Exchange Authority.
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:

Expenses, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
Sugar Act program.
Agricultural conservation program.
Conservation reserve program.
A creage reserve program..

Cropland conversion program.
Office of Rural Areas Development.
Office of the Inspector General.
Office of the General Counsel..
Office of Information.
National Agricultural Library.

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Office of Management Services
General administration
Forost Service:

Electrification and telephone loans.

Salaries and expenses.-
Farmers Home Administration:

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National Wool Act.
Other...

Total, Corporations (net).

See footnotes at end of table, p. 257.

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