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5. Federal funds available to States for cooperative extension

work and State offsets under the Smith-Lever Act, by fiscal

year, 1916 to 1920..

6. Number, attendance, and expenditures of farmers' institutes

in the United States in selected years, 1902 to 1914.-

7. Summary of allotments of Federal funds for extension work

in agriculture and home economics, fiscal year ended

June 30, 1937.-

8. Federal appropriations and expenditures from Federal

funds and from State, county, and local funds for cooper-

ative extension work in all States, Alaska, Hawaii, and

Puerto Rico, by fiscal year, 1915 to 1936_

9. Total funds allotted for cooperative extension work and

amounts derived from Federal funds and from sources

within the States, by State, fiscal year ended June 30,

1937----

10. Percentage of funds for cooperative extension work allotted

to counties and to colleges, by purpose of expenditure and

by State, fiscal year ended June 30, 1937--

11. Percentage distribution of funds for cooperative extension

work, by source and by State, fiscal year ended June 30,

1937.--

12. Lowest, average, and highest salaries paid cooperative ex-

tension workers, December 31, 1936. -

13. Number of farm operators, 1935, number of county agents,

June 30, 1937, and number of operators per agent, in 16

Southern States, by race---

14. Estimated expenditures for Negro extension work in agri-

culture and home economics in 16 Southern States, by

fiscal year, 1925 to 1937.-

15. Percentage of agents' and specialists' time devoted to

various projects in cooperative extension work, by year,

1928 to 1936..

16. Percentage of time devoted to junior extension work by

7,597 extension workers, by State, fiscal year ended

June 30, 1936.

17. Number of extension work groups other than 4-H clubs,

and number of rural persons 16 years of age and older

participating, by State, 1936...

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