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700-100-64

10,342
496
7,300
969

19,107

-12

4,758

50

13

4,821

23.927

-420

23,507

13,589
592
7,345
1,819

958

963

48

25,314

-945

1964 1965 estimate estimate

25,314 779 26,093 -17

11,506
575

7,958

1,465

21,504

4,474
182

32

6

4,694

26,198

523

26,721

14,954

697 8,118

1,991

727

960

27.447

819
7

-43

-819 -1,552

23,507 26,721

12,340
600

8,100

1,900

22,940

4,950
50

50

10

5,060

28,000

28,000

Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars)

Obligations (from program and financing).
Increase (-) or decrease in gross unpaid obli-
gations.....

23,507 26,721 28,000
2,569 -176
26,076 26.545

Gross expenditures...

Revenues and other receipts (from program and financing).

Decrease in accounts receivable, net.

15.912
602
8,153

1,935

815

886

28,303

1,552 -1,855

28,000

28.000

27,447 28,303

Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial con

dition.

27,447 28,303
-303
-902

Service, including cooperative assistance with other Federal agencies, States, counties, and individuals engaged in the same objectives.

Operating results and financial condition.-Government investment in the fund as of June 30, 1963, including donated assets and retained earnings for 1963, is $28,574 thousand. By the end of 1965 the investment is anticipated to be $35,349 thousand, an increase of $6,775 thousand which represents estimated earnings and donations during 1964 and 1965.

Receipts, nonoperating income, and retained earnings include an estimated $2,809 thousand as of June 30, 1965, identified as Income provision for increased cost of equipment replacements, to be used only for financing the increased cost of equipment replacement, i.e., the difference between the cost of the replacement unit and the cost at time of acquisition of the unit being replaced. This increased cost is due to inflation and model improvement, and must be financed if the fleet strength is to be maintained and not depleted through the gradual attrition of price increases for replacements. The earnings for the provision for increased cost of replacements are derived from a factor which is included for this purpose in rental rates charged to program appropriations for equipment use and credited to the working capital fund.

Retained earnings as of June 30, 1965, will total an estimated $8,019 thousand which will consist of $2,426 thousand gain on sale of equipment, $2,784 thousand profit from operations, and $2,809 thousand for provision for increased cost of replacement of equipment. Retained earnings have been applied toward increased cost of equipment replacements, purchase of fleet additions, and to furnish adequate working capital.

Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars)

Equipment service:
Revenue..
Expense

Net operating loss, equipment service...
Aircraft service:
Revenue..

Expense..

Net operating income, aircraft service...

Supply service:
Revenue..
Expense.

Net operating income or loss, supply

service

This fund finances on a reimbursable basis various services such as repairing and replacing equipment, including aircraft, stocking and issuing supplies, operation Nonoperating income:

of subsistence camps, operation of photographic and reproduction facilities, and tree nurseries in support of programs of the Forest Service (16 U.S.C. 579b, as amended). These service operations serve programs of fire protection, timber utilization, construction and maintenance of roads and other improvements, reforestation, grazing, watershed, forest and forest products research, and kindred conservation activities of the Forest

Nurseries:
Revenue..
Expense..

Net operating income, nurseries

Proceeds from sales of equipment.
Net book value of assets sold..

Net gain from sale of equipment.. Income provision for increased cost of equipment replacements...

Net nonoperating income..
Net income for the year.

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

SEC. 601. Within the unit limit of cost fixed by law, appropriations and authorizations made for the Department under this Act shall be available for the purchase, in addition to those specifically provided for, of not to exceed [five hundred and fifteen] four hundred and ninety-two passenger motor vehicles, of which four hundred and [ninety-eight] fifty-two shall be for replacement only, and for the hire of such vehicles.

SEC. 602. Provisions of law prohibiting or restricting the employment of aliens shall not apply to employment under the appropriation for the Foreign Agricultural Service.

SEC. 603. Funds available to the Department of Agriculture shall be available for uniforms or allowances therefor as authorized by the Act of September 1, 1954, as amended (5 U.S.C. 2131).

SEC. 604. No part of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be used for the payment of any officer or employee of the Department who, as such officer or employee, or on behalf of the Department or any division, commission, or bureau thereof, issues, or causes to be issued, any prediction, oral or written, or forecast, except as to damage threatened or caused by insects and pests, with respect to future prices of cotton or the trend of same.

SEC. 605. Except to provide materials required in or incident to research or experimental work where no suitable domestic product is available, no part of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be expended in the purchase of twine manufactured from commodities or materials produced outside of the United States.

SEC. 606. Not less than $1,500,000 of the appropriations of the Department for research and service work authorized by the Acts of August 14, 1946, July 28, 1954, and September 6, 1958 (7 U.S.C. 427, 1621-1629; 42 U.S.Č. 1891-1893), shall be available for contracting in accordance with said Acts.

[SEC. 607. No part of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be used to conduct or assist in conducting any program (including but not limited to the payment of salaries, administrative expenses, and the conduct of research activities) related directly or indirectly to the establishment of a national service corps or similar domestic peace corps type of program.] (Department of Agriculture and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1964.)

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Description

Enacted or recommended in this document:

Appropriations:

Salaries and expenses, Agricultural Research Service... Salaries and expenses (special foreign currency program), Agricultural Research Service..

Construction of facilities, Agricultural Research Service.. Animal disease laboratory facilities, Agricultural Research Service.

Establishment of entomology research laboratory, Agricultural Research Service...

Flood prevention, Soil Conservation Service..
Watershed protection, Soil Conservation Service...
Water conservation and utilization projects, Soil Conserva-
tion Service...

Great Plains conservation program, Soil Conservation Service
Resource conservation and development, Soil Conservation
Service...

ANALYSIS OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES [In thousands of dollars]

Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Fund, Agricultural Marketing Service....

Removal of surplus agricultural commodities, Agricultural
Marketing Service...

Salaries and expenses (special foreign currency program),
Foreign Agricultural Service....
Conservation reserve program, Agricultural Stabilization and
Conservation Service...

Emergency conservation measures, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service..

tion...

Centennial Observance of Agriculture...

Library facilities, National Agricultural Library.

Forest protection and utilization, Forest Service. Access roads, Forest Service.....

Public Law 480, Foreign assistance programs..

Rural housing grants and loans, Farmers Home Administra

Acquisition of lands for national forests, Forest Service:

Cache National Forest..

Superior National Forest..

Assistance to States for tree planting, Forest Service. Expenses, brush disposal, Forest Service..

Forest fire prevention, Forest Service...

Restoration of forest lands and improvement, Forest Service. Other....

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Balance, start of 1963

Unobligated

2,750

23,303

4,651

256

400 4,271

4,911

127

77

174

300,000

3,906

402

9.188

6,000

9,929

31

1,129

106

472

7

6,569

2

378,668

65,887 332,612

Total

24,541

33,896

6,936

306

400

18,395

44,184

40,162

128 17,829

222 330,821 16,168

2,506

12,638

6,000

9,935

59

32,140

1,972

112

722

538

7,424 2

59,769

627,651

1,510,000

988,997 335,523

252

398,499 2,834,772

Balance, start of 1964

661,353 712,017

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40,162 50,664 70,461 86,164 11,350 11,350 1,401,866

81,811 1,499,380

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106 1.937 337 8,540 19 22 76,014

636,574 344,250

7,631 31

Total

36,907

30,323

543

25,509 89,900

127

23,113

1,106

144

320,803

11,540

2,000

4,936

10,015

4,574

24,286

596

896,000

49,509 1,062,341 196,900 202,326 998

246,409 2,161,665 115,409 2,538,976

1,417,000

1,030,341

91,426

209

Balance, start of 1966

Unobligated

3,186 4,000

127

73

300,000

2,503

56

687

337 8,740 35 22 66,282

622,999 320,010

1,964

500

7,631 26

Total

85,000 102,964 7,000 7,000 1,086,799 92,000 1,196,763 85,000

43,244

25,573

17,017 61,714

127 26,132

750

129

320,803

8,340

2,074

6,665 29,704

6 37 337 8,840 30 22 77,602 629,146

2,010,000

744 1,007,576 69,900 70,726

70,644 3,088,302

85,000 103,164

486,867 590,031

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

"Salaries and expenses," Business and Defense Services Administration (64 Stat. 1263)..

"Salaries and expenses," International Activities (64 Stat. 1263). "Operating expenses, Public Buildings Service," General Services Administration (76 Stat. 728)..

Appropriation (adjusted)....

1963 actual

1,036

2,026

792

73

3,927

-94

3,833

18

3.952

220

-6

-4

3,851 4,000

-15

-23

1964

1965 estimate estimate

-96

3,851

1,073

2,726

533

68

4,400

4,400

-400

4,000

1,185

2,980 555

70

4,790

4,000

4,790

-440

4,350

4,350

4,350

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1962, $139 thousand (1963 adjustments, $6 thousand): 1963, $51 thousand; 1964, $51 thousand; 1965. $51 thousand.

1. Executive direction of the Department.-Provides for the formulation of Government policy on matters affecting programs and functions assigned to the Department.

2. Departmental staff services. Staff assistance and supervision in the general management and administration of the Department are provided in audit, budget, emer

gency preparedness, information, legal, management, publications, security, and transportation matters.

3. Administrative services.-Departmentwide direction is provided in property, space, records, general administrative services, safety, motor vehicles, and library activities. General administrative services are provided for the Office of the Secretary and for some of the smaller offices of the Department.

4. Great Lakes pilotage administration.-Provides for the administration of a pilotage service in conjunction with the Department of State, the Coast Guard, and Canadian counterparts as prescribed in the Great Lakes Pilotage Act. of 1960.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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