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Personal services, field...
Deduct subsistence and quarters surnished

Net personal services, field
Less reimbursements received..
Total cash paid salaries and wages

1 Deduct amount included in objects below. Net salaries and wages, civilian

per sonnel (field) 0121 Pay of commissioned officers.. 0140 Allowances to officers. 0150 Special and miscellaneous payments

for personal service.

All personal services, field 01 Personal services (net)....

952, 960 44, 602 19, 291

781, 142 41, 980 17,079

1, 309, 934

51, 240 21, 672

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3, 486 1, 020, 339

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OTHER OBLIGATIONS

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Grand total obligations. Transferred to"Flood control, general (transfer to In

terior, Geological Survey),” for gaging stations. "Working fund, Commerce, Weather

Bureau (War, flood control, general),' for hydrometeorological studies "Flood control, general (transfer to Inter

ior, Reclamation)," for flood control on thé Lugert-Altus project, Oklahoma "Working fund, Commerce, Weather

Bureau (War, flood control, general),' for hydrologic network of precipitation stations. "Flood control, general (transfer to Agri

culture)," for preliminary examinations

and surveys. 1940 appropriation obligated in 1941. 1942 appropriation obligated in 1941. Obligations resulting from appropriation contained in Public Law 353

Total estimate or appropriation.

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+3, 558, 853

+25, 750.000

02 Supplies and materials 03 Subsistence and support of persons

(service) 04 Storage and care of vehicles (service) 05 Communication service 06 Travel expenses 07 Transportation of things (service) 08 Printing and binding, etc. (service) 09 Advertising and publication of notices

(service) 10 Furnishing of heat, light, etc. (service). 11

Rents 12 Repairs and alterations. 13 Special and miscellaneous current ex

penses 30 Equipment 31 Land and interest in land. 32 Structures and parts, etc. 53 Refunds, awards, and indemnities.

Total other obligations....

Grand total obligations. 1940 appropriation obligated in 1941. 1941 appropriation obligated in 1942. 1942 appropriation obligated in 1943 Transferred for stream gaging to "Flood

control, Mississippi River and tributaries (transfer to Interior, Geological Survey)".

Total estimate or appropriation....

93,685, 000

25, 605 192, 827 1, 401, 423 15, 133, 254

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31, 724 277, 909 1, 474, 425 24, 729, 702

167

49, 697 396, 056 2,710, 055 23, 196, 169

198

132

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1. Flood control (improvements). 2. Examinations and surveys. 3. Salaries, Office of the Chief of Engineers. 6. Maintenance of completed works.

Grand total obligations... Transferred to "Flood control, general (transfer to Interior, Geological Survey),” for gaging sta

tions **Working fund, Commerce, Weather Bu

reau (W'ar, flood control, general)," for hydrometeorological studies "Working fund, Commerce, Weather Bu

reau (War, flood control, general)," for hydrologic network of precipitation sta

tions. "Flood control, general (transfer to Agri

culture)," for preliminary examinations and surveys *Flood control, general (transfer to Inte.

rior, Reclamation)," for flood control Lugert-Altus project, Oklahoma. 1900 appropriation obligated in 1941 1942 appropriation obligated in 1941

Total estimate or appropriation

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BY PROJECTS OR FUNCTIONS 1. Lower Mississippi River and tributaries. 2. Salaries, Oflice, Chief of Engineers (allot

ment roll)..

Grand total obligations.. 1940 appropriation obligated in 1941. 1941 appropriation obligated in 1942. 1942 appropriation obligated in 1943. Transferred for stream gaging to "Flood

control, Mississippi River and tributaries (transfer to Interior, Geological Survey)".

Total estimate or appropriation...

66, 499 35, 101, 369 -7, 806, 265 +2, 700, 896

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93, 685, 000

98,780,000

71, 695, 000

1 See consolidated schedule under "War Department, Corps of Engineers, rivers and harbors," pp. 945–947.

Flood Control, Mississippi River and Tributaries

Flood control, Mississippi River, and tributaries: For prosecuting work of flood control in accordance with the provisions of the Flood Control Act approved May 15, 1928, as amended (33 U. S. C. 702a), including printing and binding, newspapers, lawbooks, books of reference, periodicals, and office supplies and equipment required in the Office of the Chief of Engineers to carry out the purposes of this appropriation, and for the purchase, including exchange, [(not to exceed $42,750)] of serenty-seven motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles [and motorboats for official use], [$22,000,000] $30,000,000 (33 U.S. C. 702; 55 Stat. 193). Estimate 1943, $30,000,000 Appropriated 1942, $22,000,000

Flood Control, Sacramento River, Calif.

Flood control, Sacramento River, California: For prosecuting work of flood control, Sacramento River, California, in accordance with the provisions of Acts approved March 1, 1917, May 15, 1928, and August 26, 1937, as modified by the Act of August 18, 1941 (33 U.S. C. 703, 704; 50 Stat. 849; 55 Stat. 638-651), ($98,325] $1,000,000 (33 U. S. C. 703, 704; 50 Stat. 849; 55 Stat. 193). Estimate 1943, $1,000,000

Appropriated 1942, $98,325

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Flood Control, Sacramento River, Calif.-Continued.

Obligations

By objects

Estimate, 1943 Estimate, 1942 Actual, 1941

Power Plant, Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Oregon, Construction

Power plant, Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Oregon: For continuing the construction of the hydroelectric power plant at Bonneville Dam, Columbia River, Oregon, as authorized by the Acts approved August 30, 1935 49 Stat. 1038), and August 20, 1937 (50 Stat. 731), [$7,170,000] $4,166,000 (49 Stat. 1038; 50 Stat. 731; 55 Stat. 194). Estimate 1943, $4,166,000

Appropriated 1942, $7,170,000

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Obligations

By objects

900,000

Estimate, 1943 Estimate, 1942 Actual, 1941

250, 605

1,003, 066

1,000,000

270, 605 - 172, 280

1,069, 720 +172, 280 1, 242, 000

1,000,000

98, 325

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HYDROELECTRIC POWER

122, 487

128, 084

9, 467 3, 237

121, 509

9, 226 3, 172

3, 172

Power Plant, Fort Peck Dam, Montana, Construction

[Power plant, Fort Peck Dam, Montana: For continuing the construction of the hydroelectric power plant at Fort Peck Dam, Montana, as authorized by the Act approved May 18, 1938 (52 Stat. 403), $1,845,000] (52 Stat. 403; 55 Stat. 193–194).

Appropriated 1942, $1,845,000

140, 788

133, 907

134, 885

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

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02 Supplies and materials... 05 Communication service. 06 Travel expenses. 07 Transportation of things (service). 08 Printing and binding, etc. (service). 10 Furnishing of heat, light, etc. (service).. 11 Rents. 12 Repairs and alterations. 13 Special and miscellaneous current ex

penses 30 Equipment. 32 Structures and parts, etc..

Total, other obligations...

Grand total, obligations.. 1940 appropriations obligated in 1941. 1942 appropriations obligated in 1941.

Total estimate or appropriation...

900 95, 012 3, 709, 624

900 95, 862 2, 832, 049

243 102, 142 11, 555, 060

100,000

54, 525

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OTHER OBLIGATIONS

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1 See consolidated schedule under “War Department, Corps of Engineers, rivers and barbors," pp. 945-947.

02 Supplies and materials. 04 Storage and care of vehicles (service). 05 Communication service. 06 Travel expenses. 07 Transportation of things (service). 08 Printing and binding, etc. (service). 10 Furnishing of heat, light, etc. (service).. 11 Rents. 12 Repairs and alterations. 13 Special and miscellaneous current ex

penses. 30 Equipment. 32 Structures and parts, etc..

Total other obligations

Grand total obligations. 1940 appropriation obligated in 1941. 1941 appropriation obligated in 1942.

Total estimate or appropriation...

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Statement of proposed expenditures for purchase, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled and horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1945

as required by 6 U. 8. C. 78 CORPS OF ENGINEERS

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Summary of estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1943, compared with appropriations

for the fiscal year 1942

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Annual appropriations:
Office of the Secretary-

$713, 320
1 $716, 850

+$3, 530 Office of the Solicitor.

? 232, 395
: 213, 686

-18, 709 Office of Information.

1,897, 614 4 1,850, 407

-47, 207 Library....

102, 215
5 107,030

+4, 815 Office of Experiment Stations.

7, 173, 627
6,718, 997

-454, 630 Special research fund..

1, 206, 300
1, 150,000

-56,300 Extension Service.

14, 956, 843 14, 601, 145

-355, 698 Bureau of Agricultural Economics..

6 886, 715 71,328, 798

+442,083 Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.

223, 841
223, 795

-46 Bureau of Animal Industry.

$ 14, 498, 235 9 13, 701, 718

-796, 517 Bureau of Dairy Industry.

738, 477
764, 757

+26, 280 Bureau of Plant Industry

5, 293, 881
4,939, 741

-354, 140 Forest Service.....

20, 025, 830 17, 300, 565

-2, 725, 265 Bureau of Agricultural Chemistry and Engineering.

907, 266
917, 484

+10, 218 Emergency dehydration investigations.

144,000

- 144,000 Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.

5, 402, 145
5, 448, 380

+46, 235 White pine blister rust control..

1, 291, 560
1, 974,000

+682, 440 Agricultural Marketing Service...

6, 849, 696
7, 131, 093

+281, 397 Bureau of Home Economics.

356, 530
368, 890

+12, 360 Commodity Exchange Administration.

632, 765
639, 587

+6,822 Snil Conservation Service -----

25, 602, 109 22, 507, 204 -3,094, 905 Conservation and use of agricultural land resources.

499, 388, 671 450,000,000 -49, 388, 671 Parity payments...

212,000,000

(10)

-212,000,000 The Sugar Act of 1937.

47, 962, 910 47,962, 910 Commodity Credit Corporation.

11 (3, 500,000) 11 (3, 513, 498) 11 (+13,498) Disposal of surplus commodities.

125, 150,000

- 125, 150,000 Federal Crop Insurance Act.

8, 559, 827
9, 263, 127

+703, 300
Farm Tenant Act:
Farm tenancy:
Expenses..

13 2, 488, 912
2, 500, 264

+11, 352 Loans...

18 (50,000,000) 13 (40,000,000) 18 (-10,000,000) Liquidation and management of resettlement projects..

747, 453

500,000

-247, 453 Land utilization and retirement of submarginal land.

14 2,752, 412

795, 575 -1.956, 837 Loans, grants, and rural rehabilitation: Regular appropriation...

18 64,000,000 18 50,319, 557 - 13, 680, 443 Loans.

18 (120,000,000) 13 (75,000,000) 18 (-45, 000, 000) Development of water facilities, arid and semiarid areas.

500,000

202, 585

- 297, 415 Cooperative farm forestry --

700,000

700,000 Orchard rehabilitation, Department of Agriculture..

1,000,000

-1,000,000 Rural Electrification Act: Salaries and expenses.

4, 262, 375
4,013, 798

- 248, 577 Loans

18 (100,000,000) 18 (10,000,000) 18 (-90,000,000) Beltsville Research Center.

97, 865
105, 855

+7,990 1 In addition, the sum of $1,132,093 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations. . In addition, the sum of $2,234,649 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations. 3 In addition, the sum of $1,937,749 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations. * In addition, the sum of $189,691 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations. $ In addition, the sum of $46,055 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations. * In addition, the sum of $2,986,451 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations. -? In addition, the sum of $2,178,372 authorized to be transferred from other appropriations.

In addition, unobligated balances of $755,000 reappropriated. . In addition, unobligated balances of $1,455,000 reappropriated.

16 Unohligated balances, estimated at $2,015,516, reappropriated; and contract authorization provided for full parity payments.

11 Payable from Corporation funds; not included in totals.
19 In addition, unexpended balances of $392,350 reappropriated.
1a Provided by loans from Reconstruction Finance Corporation; not included in totals.
14 In addition, unexpended balances of $701,743 reappropriated.
18 In addition, unobligated balances of $6,500,000 reappropriated.
16 In addition, not to exceed $5,000,000 of unobligated balances reappropriated.

Summary of estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1943, compared with appropriations

for the fiscal year 1942Continued

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Cooperative work, Forest Service..
Farm products inspections, Agricultural Marketing Service
Classification of cotton for Commodity Credit Corporation.
Indemnity fund, county associations, Department of Agricul-

ture.....
Undistributed cotton-price-adjustment payments, Agricultural

Adjustment Administration...
Redemption of order stamps, Surplus Marketing Administra-

tion..
Payments in lieu of taxes and for operation and maintenance of

resettlement projects, Farm Security Administration.
State Rural Rehabilitation Corporation funds, Farm Security

Administration.
Drainage district assessments on acquired lands, Farm Security

Administration.....
Liquidation of deposits, reserve for maintenance and repair,

lease and purchase agreements, Farm Security Administra

tion... Miscellaneous contributed funds, Department of Agriculture. Unearned fees and other charges, sec. 8a (4), Commodity Ex

change Act. Return of excess deposits for reproductions of photographs, mo

saics, and maps. Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are known,

Agriculture

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19 In addition, unobligated balances of $3,660,000 reappropriated under "Farmers' crop production and harvesting loans."

19 In addition, unobligated balances of $3,699,303 reappropriated under "Farmers' crop production and harvesting loans."

19 Unobligated balances estimated at $14,205,773 reappropriated; collections of principal and interest of $17,700,000 also available.

30 Unobligated balances estimated at $5,206,470 reappropriated; collections of principal and interest of $16,000,000 also available.

11 Payable from Corporation funds; not included in totals.
12 Indefinite contract authorization provided for full parity payments.

NOTE.--Appropriations for 1942 estimates for 1943 are exclusive of $9,990,165 an $6,500,000, respectively, for public works, included in General Public Works Program. (See pp. 264–265.)

ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS

(Appropriations for 1942 include funds provided for within-grade promotions in the Third Supplemental National Defense Appropriation Act, 1942)

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

language of the item or cited immediately thereunder), 520a; 54 Stat. 81-82; 55 Stat. 408-409, 550). Estimate 1943, $618,509

Appropriated 1942, $613,979

SALARIES

Obligations

By objects

Estimate, 1943 Estimate, 1942 Actual, 1941

PERSONAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENTAL

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Salaries, Office of Secretary of Agriculture

For the Secretary [of Agriculture], Under Secretary [of Agriculture], and Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, and for other personal services in the Office of the Secretary in the District of Columbia, and elsewhere, [$609,424] $618,509, together with such amounts from other appropriations or authorizalions as are provided in the schedules in the Budget for the fiscal year 1943 for such services, which several amounts or portions thereof, as may be determined by the Secretary, not exceeding a total of $1,000,488, shall be transferred to and made a part of this appropriation: Provided, That there may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia in said Office of the Secretary not to exceed the total amount provided in the Budget schedules for such purpose under this appropriation: Provided[, That in expending appropriations or portions of appropriations contained in this Act for the payment of personal services in the District of Columbia in accordance with the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, with the exception of the Assistant Secretary, the average of the salaries of the total number of persons under any grade in any bureau, office, or other appropriation unit shall not at any time exceed the average of the compensation rates specified for the grade by such Act as amended and in grades in which only one position is allocated the salary of such position shall not exceed the average of the compensation rates for the grade, except that in unusually meritorious cases of one position in a grade advances may be made to rates higher than the average of the compensation rates of the grade but not more often than once in any fiscal year and then only to the next higher rate: Provided further, That this restriction shall not apply (1) to grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the clerical-mechanical service, or (2) to require the reduction in salary of any person whose compensation was fixed as of July 1, 1924, in accordance with the rules of section 6 of such Act, (3) to require the reduction in salary of any person who is transferred from one position to another position in the same or different grade, in the same or different bureau, office, or other appropriation unit, (4) to prevent the payment of a salary under any grade at a rate higher than the maximum rate of the grade when such higher rate is permitted by the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, and is specifically authorized by other law, or (5) to reduce the compensation of any person in a grade in which only one position is allocated: Provided) further, That the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to contract for stenographic reporting services, and the appropriations made in this Act shall be available for such purposes: Provided further, That the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to expend from appropriations available for the purchase of lands not to exceed $1 for each option to purchase any particular tract or tracts of land: Provided further, That not to exceed $25,000 of the appropriations available for salaries and expenses of officers and employees of the Department of Agriculture permanently stationed in foreign countries may be used for payment of allowances for living quarters, including heat, fuel, and light, as authorized by the Act approved June 26, 1930' (5 U. S. C. 118a): Provided further, That with the approval of the Secretary of Agriculture employees of the Department of Agriculture stationed abroad may enter into leases for official quarters, for periods not exceeding one year, and may pay rent, telephone, subscriptions to publications, and other charges incident to the conduct of their offices and the discharge of their duties, in advance, in any foreign country where custom or practice requires payment in advance: Provided further, That no part of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be used for the payment of any officer or employee of the Department of Agriculture 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 with respect to future prices of cotton or the trend of same: Provided further, That no part of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be used for laboratory investigations to determine the possibly harmful effects on human beings of spray insecticides on fruits and vegetables[. The]: Provided further, That the Secretary of Agriculture is authorized[, during the fiscal year 1942,] to make microfilm or other photographic reproductions of books and other library materials in the Department of Agriculture and sell such reproductions at such prices (not less than estimated cost of furnishing same) as he may determine, the money received from such sales to be deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the appropriation charged with the cost of making such reproductions (5 U. S. C. 511-517 (secs. 511-512, establishing Department of Agriculture, apply to all appropriation items of the Department which are not based upon specific legislative authority either incorporated in the

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Clerical, administrative, and fiscal service:
Grade 16. In excess of $9,000:

Secretary of Agriculture
Under Secretary of Agricul-

ture..
Grade 15. Range $8,000 to $9,000:

Assistant Secretary; assistant

to Secretary; director of
personnel; director of

finance and budget officer..
Grade 14. Range $6,500 to $7,500:

Head administrative officer.
Director of personnel

Assistant to Secretary-
Grade 13. Range $5,600 to $6,400:

Chier investigator
Principal administrative of-

ficer
Principal analyst.
Assistant to Secretary-
Adviser, corporation fiscal

management.
Grade 12. Range $4,600 to $5,400:

Assistant chief investigator.
Senior administrative officer.

Chier accountant and auditor
Grade 11. Range $3,800 to $4,600:

Principal fiscal inspector.
Principal fiscal accountant.
Organization and manage-

ment analyst
Administrative officer.
Principal investigator.
Assistant chief accountant

and auditor.

Specifications writer.
Grade 10. Range $3,500 to $4,100:

Junior administrative officer
Senior accountant and audi-

tor.

Senior investigator
Grade 3. Range $3,200 to $3,800:

Senior administrative assist.

ant
Associate training officer.
Accountant.
Associate personnel technician.
Associate organization and

management analyst..
Investigator..
Fiscal inspector

Fiscal accountant
Grade 8. Range $2,900 to $3,500:

Administrative assistant.
Associate accountant and

auditor
Grade 7. Range $2,600 to $3,200:

Assistant accountant
Junior fiscal accountant.
Junior administrative assist-

ant
Junior fiscal inspector.
Assistant investigator.
Assistant procedure specialist.
Assistant organization and

management analyst..
Grade 6. Range $2,300 to $2,900
Grade 5. Range $2,000 to $2,600
Grade 4. Range $1,800 to $2,160
Grade 3. Range $1,620 to $1,980,
Grade 2. Range $1,440 to $1,800

Grade 1. Range $1,260 to $1,620
Professional service:
Grade 8. Range $8,000 to $9,000:

Land use coordinator.
Executive officer.

Economic ad siser.
Grade 7. Range $6,500 to $7,500:

Assistant to Secretary.
Head agriculturabeconomist
Economic adviser.

Head scientist
Grade 6. Range $5,600 to $6,400;

Special representative.
Principal scientist.
Principal interpretive writer.
Principal agricultural econo-

mist
Principal soil conservationist.
Principal hydrologist.
Principal forester..
Chief engineer.
Chief information officer

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