Appropriation for Retirement of 1933 Cotton Pool Participation Trust Certificates: Hearings ... 75th Congress, 3d Session, on the Estimate in House Document No. 535 and on H.J. Res. 616

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Page 2 - The details of this supplemental estimate of appropriation, the necessity therefor, and the reason for its transmission at this time are set forth in the letter of the Acting Director of the Bureau of the Budget, transmitted herewith, with whose comments and observations I concur. Respectfully, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET. Washington, March X, 19&.
Page 29 - No; it is more than an accounting problem. It is an administrative problem. It is a matter for the Secretary of Agriculture to determine ultimately the extent to which certain items that are credited in the Secretary's so-called private account are pool items. My personal opinion, as manager of the pool and as a lawyer, is that when the pool is liquidated every dime over and above the amounts required to pay the Treasury of the United States the amount advanced and to pay the operating costs is entitled...
Page 3 - Agriculture may, in his discretion, from time to time make payments on said construction as the same progresses, but these payments, including previous payments, if any, shall not be more than the United States...
Page 25 - FOR IT, AND ESTIMATED LOSSES The following table shows the number of bales of spot and futures cotton delivered by the American Cotton Cooperative Association, the Staple Cotton Cooperative Association, and the Cotton Stabilization Corporation to the Farm Credit Administration, and transferred to the Secretary of Agriculture during 1933. The revolving fund, established under the Agricultural Marketing Act, had loans on this cotton. The following shows the cost of cotton, the credits applicable to...
Page 3 - Department to recondition building ways and provide equipment and facilities for the construction of naval vessels at navy yards, as authorized by the above-mentioned act. The estimates of appropriation submitted herewith are to provide funds toward the construction of naval vessels authorized by legislation enacted since the transmission of the Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1930. I recommend that the estimates be transmitted to Congress. Very respectfully submitted, HM Lout).
Page 3 - Provided, That the Secretary of Agriculture may, in his discretion, from time to time transfer to the General Accounting Office such sums as may be necessary to pay administrative expenses of the General Accounting Office in auditing...
Page 24 - Government of the cotton delivered to the Secretary of Agriculture under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, I am enclosing a memorandum on this subject which I believe is self-explanatory.

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