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SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
Items for which appropriations were made in
1963 but not in 1940:
Appropriation for research on agricul-

tural materials or substitutes deter
mined by the Munitions Board to
be strategic and critical as required
by the Strategic and Critical Ma-

terials Stock Piling Act.
Salaries and expenses, defense-production

activities

Total, special activities.
Comparable emplo ment on Dec. 31 of each

fiscal year 2

PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS

(3)

Items for which appropriations were made in
1940 and in 1953:
Generel fund appropriations:

Payments to school funds, Arizona

and New Mexico..
Removal of surplus agricultural com-

modities (30 percent of customs

receipts).
Payments to States for cooperative

agricultural extension work.
Appropriations from special sources:

Payments to States and roads and

trails for States, national forest

fund..
Payments due counties, submarginal-

land program, Farm Tenant Act
Perishable Agricultural Commodi-

ties Act fund.

(3)

Total

212. 1

242. 4

229.6

182.6

105. 7

130. 1

125. O

125. 3

Items for which appropriation was made in

1953 but not in 1940: Expenses, brush dis-
posal

Total, permanent appropriations
Comparable employment on December 31 of

each fiscal year ?.

212. 1

242. 4

229.6

182.6

105.7

130.1

125.0

1, 689

3, 120

3,036

2, 151

1, 169

1, 209

1, 411

See footnotes at end of table, p. 30.

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Appropriations and REA and FHA loan authorizations, fiscal years 1940 to 1953; and comparable employment dataContinued

(Millions of dollars)

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Production Credit Corporations?

Total
Item for which limitation was provided at some

time in the period but not in either 1940 or
1963:7 Regional Agricultural Credit Corpora-
tion...

Total, corporate administrative ex

pense limitations.
Comparable employment on Dec. 31 of each

fiscal year
TREASURY CANCELLATION OF COMMODITY

CREDIT CORPORATION NOTES, AND PRIOR
YEARS' APPROPRIATIONS FOR THESE PUR-

POSES
Items for which cancellation or appropriation
was provided in 1940 and in 1953:
For restoration of capital impairment,
Commodity Credit Corporation:

Appropriations
Items for which cancellations or appropriations
were provided in 1953 but not in 1940:
For eradication of foot-and-mouth and

other contagious diseases of animals
and poultry:

Appropriations
To cover difference between cost of wheat

purchased at domestic inarket price
and receipts from sales at maximum
price prescribed by the International
Wheat Agreement:

Total.
Total, Treasury cancellations of

CCC notes and prior year appro

priations for these purposes.. Comparable employment on Dec. 31 of each

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Cancellation of notes.

Cancellation of notes.

Cancellation of notes.
Appropriations

fiscal year?

See footnotes at end of table, p. 30.

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Appropriations and REA and FHA loan authorizations, fiscal years 1940 to 1953; and comparable employment dataContinued

(Millions of dollars)

Item

1940

APPROPRIATIONS TO SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY RELATINO TO CORPORATE FI-
NANCING

29.7

Items for which appropriations were made in
1940 but not in 1963:
Farm Credit Administration:

Payments to Federal land banks,

reduction in interest rate of mort

gages
Payments to Federal Farm Mort-

gage Corporation, reduction in
interest rate of mortgages.

Total.
Items for which appropriations were made at

some time in the period but not in either 1940
or 1963:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Subscriptions to capital stock.
Total, appropriations to Secretary of
the Treasury relating to corporate
financing

37. 1

1 Prior to the National school-lunch program conducted under the National School
Lunch Act, a school lunch and milk program was conducted as one of the activities under
the permanent appropriation, "Removal of surplus agricultural commodities,” shown
under the heading “Permanent appropriations.

· Figures shown represent the total full-time and part-time employment on December
31 of the respective fiscal years. Adjustments for comparability with the organization of
the Department in 1953 (of the type indicated in the heading on this table) have been
made to the extent that such adjustments are possible with the use of existing employ.
ment data.

3 Less than $50,000.

• Includes $120 million borrowed under the additional authorization of $150 million
contingent upon certification of need by the Secretary of Agriculture.

Consists of $9 million borrowing authorization for rural telephone loans and $16,
236,718 borrowed under the additional contingency authorization of $25 million provided
in 1952 act.

6 Includes $10 million contingency fund used in fiscal year 1953. Including the carryover
of funds from prior years, total loan funds of $35,476,000 are available for fiscal year 1953.

? There were no legislative limitations on the amounts available for adıninistrative
expenses of these corporations prior to fiscal year 1917.

* Beginning with the fiscal year 1918, this program has been financed by advances from
the Commodity Credit Corporation, subject to later reimbursement. The amounts
shown for 1952 and 1953 are for reimbursement to CCC for advances made in 1950 and 1951,
respectively.

NOTE.- Details may not add to totals shown due to rounding.

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Item

1940

89, 681

30505—53—pt. 1-3

1,689

Annual appropriations for regular activities.

Special activities

Treasury cancellation of Commodity Credit

Corporation notes, and prior years' appro-

pri tions for these purposes

Permanent appropri tions

Corporate administrative expense limitations

Total paid employment comparable with

items shown on appropri tions tables

Employmert under woring funds, trust

funds, transfers, and other funds not in-

cluded in appropriations tables.

Total paid employment.

91, 514

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