Agricultural Appropriation Bill for 1938: Hearings Before the Subcomittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Seventy-fifth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 6523, a Bill Making Appropriations for the Department of Agriculture and for the Farm Credit Administration for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1938, and for Other Purposes
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937 - 886 pages
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Page 718 - This unit was established in 1931 by the Bureau of Chemistry and Soils of the United States Department of Agriculture for research in health hazards of food constituents and contaminants, spray residues, and insecticides.
Page 223 - Agriculture in the survey, construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of roads and trails of primary importance for the protection, administration, and utilization of the national forests, or when necessary, for the use and development of resources upon which communities within or adjacent to the national forests are dependent...
Page 6 - That the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to make such expenditures for equipment, supplies, and materials, including the employment of persons and means in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, and to employ such means as may be necessary to execute the functions imposed upon him by this Act.
Page 705 - Department, particularly the Bureau of Chemistry and Soils and the Bureau of Agricultural Engineering and the Bureau of Plant Industry, was transferred to the Soil Conservation Service and consolidated in that Service.
Page 154 - Division of the but shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of Agriculture in accordance with the terms of the Smith-Lever Act, and when so approved shall be executed by the Extension Division of said . (d) That the headquarters of the state organization contemplated in this memorandum shall be at . IV.
Page 223 - forest development roads and trails" means those forest roads or trails of primary importance for the protection, administration, and utilization of the national forests, or where necessary, for the use and development of the resources upon which communities within or adjacent to the national forests are dependent. The term "forest highway...
Page 69 - Dairy investigations : For conducting investigations, experiments, and demonstrations in dairy industry, cooperative investigations of the dairy industry in the various States, and inspection of renovatedbutter factories, including repairs to buildings, not to exceed $5,000 for the construction of buildings 633, 199. 00 Total, Bureau of Dairy Industry, $703,694, of which amount not to exceed $313,020 may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia.
Page 219 - For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of section 23 of the Federal Highway Act, approved November 9, 1921, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated for forest...
Page 153 - To organize and maintain at said college a definite and distinct administrative division for the management and conduct of extension work in agriculture and home economics, with a responsible leader selected by the college and satisfactory to the Department of Agriculture.