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FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Continued

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
PEACE CORPS

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE TRUST FUNDS
GIFTS AND DONATIONS

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1962 1963 1964 actual

estimate estimate 1962 1963 1964 actual estimate estimate

Program by activities: Program by activities:

1. Expenses and refunds, inspection and grad1. Gifts and donations...

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ing of farm products: 2. U.S. dollars advanced from foreign govern

(a) Inspection and certification of animents.--

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68

mal foods and inedible agricul

tural products in interstate and Total obligations

15 70

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foreign commerce

95

112

(b) Identification and certification Financing:

service for meat and other prodUnobligated balance brought forward..

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ucts..

412 429

440 Receipts:

(c) Contract specification work on meat Gifts and donations..

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and meat food products...

1,124 1,136 1.165 U.S. dollars advanced from foreign govern

(d) Food inspection service (meat and 61

68 ments...

5 and meat food products).

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5 Unobligated balance carried forward (-)...

2. Expenses, feed and attendants for animals
in quarantine..

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45 Total financing...

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3. Miscellaneous contributed funds.

468 619 509 4. Prior year advances returned..

9 Total program costs, funded 1

2,161 2,357 2.276 1. Gifts and donations.-Money received by gift, devise, Change in selected resources

17 bequest, or otherwise is used in furtherance of the Peace Corps Act (22 U.S.C. 2509(a)(3)).

Total obligations..

2,178 2,357 2,276 2. U.S. dollars advanced from foreign governments. Financing: Dollars received from foreign governments are used to Unobligated balance brought forward....

220 304 149 defray part of the cost of the Peace Corps volunteers Receipts: (75 Stat. 612, as amended).

Expenses and refunds, inspection and grad-
ing of farm products...

1,664 1,779 1,722 Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

Expenses, feed and attendants for animals
in quarantine...

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45 Miscellaneous contributed funds.

545 378 500 1963 1964 Unobligated balance carried forward (-). -304 -149

-140 estimate estimate Total financing

2,178 2,357 2,276 12 Personnel benefits..

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68 22 Transportation of things

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5 25 Other services.---

1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962. $12 thousand; 1963, $48 thousand; 1964. 15

$4 thousand.

: Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, Total obligations...

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70 73 1961, $17 thousand: 1962. $34 thousand; 1963, $34 thousand; 1964, $34 thousand.

The following services are financed by fees and miscellaneous contributions advanced by importers, manu

facturers, States, organizations, individuals, and others. ADVANCES FROM FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS

1. Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading of farm Program and Financing (in thousands of dollar equivalents)

products provide for (a) inspection and certification of

animal foods and inedible agricultural products in inter1962 1963

1964

state and foreign commerce; (b) identification and markactual estimate estimate

ing of divided portions of meat, meat byproducts, and Program by activities:

meat food products for human consumption, which have Advances from foreign governments (obliga

been previously federally inspected and so marked in tions) (object class 12).

192 240 order that divided portions will bear Federal marks; (c) Financing:

examination of meat and meat food products in federally Authorization to expend foreign currency re

inspected meatpacking plants for compliance with conceipts: Permanent (75 Stat. 612).

192 240 tract specifications; and (d) a food inspection service

covering any article of human food derived wholly or in

part from meat, meat byproducts or meat food products Analysis of Expenditures (in thousands of dollar equivalents)

not subject to the Federal meat inspection laws but for

which the mark of Federal meat inspection is requested Obligated balance brought forward..

48 (7 U.S.O. 1622h, 1624). Obligations incurred, net....

192 240 2. Expenses, feed and attendants for animals in quarantine Obligated balance carried forward (-).

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are paid from fees advanced by importers (21 U.S.C. 102). Expenditures....

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3. Miscellaneous contributed funds received from States, local organizations, individuals, and others are available

for work under cooperative agreements on miscellaneous Foreign currency received from foreign governments is production and utilization research activities, plant used to defray part of the cost of the Peace Corps quarantine inspection, and cooperative plant pest control volunteers.

activities (5 U.S.C. 67, 563).

1962 actual

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1962 actual

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ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE

Program by activities:

Miscellaneous contributed funds (costs-
MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTED FUNDS

obligations) (object class 25)...

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Financing:
Receipts.

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1963 1964
estimate estimate

Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organProgram by activities:

izations, and others are available for work under cooperaMiscellaneous contributed funds (program costs, funded).

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tive agreements (5 U.S.C. 67, 563). Change in selected resources

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE
Total obligations...

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MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTED FUNDS
Financing:
Receipts...

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1962 1963 1964 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders.

actual

estimate estimate 1961, $1 thousand; 1962, $0; 1963, $0; 1964, $0. Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organi

Program by activities:

Miscellaneous contributed funds (program zations, individuals, and others are available for work costs, funded).

477 478 555 under cooperative agreements (5 U.S.C. 67, 563).

Change in selected resources

31 -51 Total obligations

508 427 555 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Financing:
1962 1963
Unobligated balance brought forward..

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40 138 actual estimate Receipts.

452 525 573 Unobligated balance carried forward (-).

-40 -138 -156 11 Personnel compensation: Positions other

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than permanent..
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Total financing----

427 555 12 Personnel benefits...

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1 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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2 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 25 Other services --

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1961, $96 thousand; 1962, $127 thousand; 1963, $76 thousand; 1964, $76 thousand. Services of other agencies..

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Miscellaneous contributed funds received from States, Total obligations...

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13 13 local organizations, individuals, and others are available

for work under cooperative agreements (5 U.S.C. 67, 563).

1964 estimate

1962

Shell eggs

1963

actual

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-Continued 1. Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading of farm

products. -An inspection and grading service for farm SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE-Continued

products is provided upon application of interested parties. MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTED FUNDS-Continued

These services are supported primarily by fees and, to a

limited extent, by direct appropriations to the AgriculObject Classification (in thousands of dollars)

tural Marketing Service. The schedules reflect expenses

paid from fees received (7 U.S.C. 91-99, 1621-1627). The 1963 1964 volume of work performed under the trust fund is shown actual estimate estimate below (in millions):

1962 1963 1964 11 Personnel compensation:

Commodity

Unit actual estimate eslimale Permanent positions.-229 267 314 Dairy products ---

Pound.---- 4,685.0 4,915.0 4,915.0 Positions other than permanent.

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38 Fresh fruits and vegetables.--. Car or carlot 1.6 1.6 1.6

equiv. Total personnel compensation

255 299 352 Processed fruits and vegetables: 12 Personnel benefits.-

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26 Canned products...-

Case.

208.7 225.0 240.0 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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Frozen, dried and miscellaneous Pound.

3,813.4 4,116.0 4,527.0 22 Transportation of things.

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Meat and meat products. Pound.

8,373.6 8,586.0 8,908.0 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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Poultry products, graded: 24 Printing and reproduction..-10 10 12

Case.

33.0 34.6 34.6 25 Other services:

Processed eggs.

Pound..

559.0 559.0 559.0 Construction contracts...

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Pound..

Poultry, including rabbits.... Other miscellaneous services..

5,873.4 6,082.8 6.482.8
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Poultry products inspected, in- Pound..

2.2 2.3 2.4 Services performed by other agencies.

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cluding rabbits. 26 Supplies and materials..

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Grain and related products: 31 Equipment.-

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2
Rice, beans and peas.----

Hundredweight. 58.5 70.3 70.3 44 Refunds..

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Seed verification and reverifica- Pound...-- 12.0 10.0 10.0

tion. Total obligations...

508 427 555

2. Miscellaneous contributed funds.-Miscellaneous funds

received from States, local organizations, individuals, and Personnel Summary

others, available for work under cooperative agreements

(5 U.S.C. 67, 563). Total number of permanent positions..

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30 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
Average number of all employees..

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46 Number of employees at end of year.

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1962

1964 Average GS grade.. 7.4 7.5 7.4

estimate estimate Average GS salary-

$6,307 $6,731 $6,729

11 Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions.---

14,458 16,252 16,833 Positions other than permanent..

503 763 790 AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE

Other personnel compensation..

949 621 875 AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE Trust Funds

Total personnel compensation.

15,910 17,636 18,498 12 Personnel benefits.-

1,153 1,289 1.339 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

21 Travel and transportation of persons.

1,481

1,624 1,663 22 Transportation of things....

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81 1964 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

309 338 353 actual estimate 24 Printing and reproduction..

130 147 198 25 Other services..

799 1,359 1,336 Program by activities:

Services of other agencies.

240 100 1. Expenses and refunds, inspection and

26 Supplies and materials..

169 204 227 grading of farm products:

31 Equipment...

141 154

167 (a) Dairy products...

2,259 2,827 2,896 (b) Fresh and processed fruits and

Total obligations...

20,401 22,918 24,006 vegetables

6,797 7,510 8,080 (c) Meat..

5,145 5,437 5,709 (d) Poultry products.

Personnel Summary
4,214 4,576 4,721
(e) Miscellaneous agricultural commod-
ities...

1,861 2,504 2,563
Total number of permanent positions...

2,860 2,734 2,733 2. Miscellaneous contributed funds..

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Full-time equivalent of other positions..

117 152 174 Average number of all employees..

2,490 2,651 2,673 Total program costs, funded 1.

20,309 22,949 24,006
Number of employees at end of year.

2,639 2,805 2,829 Change in selected resources ?.

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Average GS grade..

7.7 7.8 7.8 Average GS salary

$6,439 $6,885 $6,879 Total obligations.... 20,401 22,918 24,006 Average salary of ungraded positions.

$4,684 $4,837 $4,850 Financing:

Unobligated balance brought forward.... 7,166 7,626 7,334
Receipts:

STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE
Expenses and refunds, inspection and grad-
ing of farm products..
20,728 22,593 23,263

MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTED FUNDS
Miscellaneous contributed funds.

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37 Recovery of prior year obligations.

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Unobligated balance carried forward (-)--- -7,626 -7,334 -6,628

1962 1963 Total financing 20,401 22,918 24,006

actual estimate estimate

1962

1963 estimate

1964

! Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $95 thousand; 1963, $95 thousand; 1964, $95 thousand.

: Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $68 thousand (1962 adjustments - $49 thousand): 1962. $111 thousand; 1963, $80 thousand; 1964 $80 thousand.

Program by activities:
Miscellaneous contributed funds (costs

obligations)..

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1962 actual

1964 estimate

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Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organi- Program by activities:

Capital outlay: zations, individuals, and others are available for work

1. Acquisition of loans... under cooperative agreements (5 U.S.C. 67, 563).

2. Acquisition of judgments.-
Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

Total capital outlay-----
Current assets returned to States.

Change in selected resources
estimate

Total capital outlay (obligations).

Operating costs, funded: Expense (obliga-
11 Personnel compensation: Permanent posi-
tions...

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tions)-

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Total obligations ----
Total obligations.

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Financing:

Revenues and other receipts:
Personnel Summary

Loans repaid..
Payments on judgments.

Sale of property--
Total number of permanent positions..

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Revenue.. Average number of all employees..

1 Number of employees at end of year.

0

Revenues and other receipts.-Average GS grade.

6.5

Unobligated balance brought forward. Average GS salary.

$6,024

Unobligated balance carried forward.

Financing applied to program..

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Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organizations, and others are available for work under coopera- Administration, under agreements with 39 individual

These funds are administered by the Farmers Home tive agreements (5 U.S.C. 67, 563).

States, for use in carrying out subtitles A and B of the Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961. In these States, real estate type loans are made from these funds and insured under the regular Farmers Home Administration insured loan program at 5% of which not less

than one-half of 1% represents an insurance charge that 25 Other services.

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is retained by the Government. In some States, operat44 Refunds ...

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ing type loans are made at 5% interest. The entire assets Total obligations...

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of the 39 State corporations are being administered by the
Farmers Home Administration, with the exception of

1962 actual

1963 estimate

1964 estimate

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Undisbursed loan obligations 1.
Unobligated balance...
Invested capital and earnings.

Total equity of States...

1.365 3,369 20,778

264 3,808 21,188

264 4,308 20,956

264 3,995 21,479

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Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

$14.4 million representing the partial return of cash and other assets at face value to 18 of these States for rural rehabilitation purposes agreed upon between each corporation and the Federal Government. The entire assets of four other State rural rehabilitation corporations have been returned to those States.

Actual and estimated loan operations for the fiscal years 1961, 1962, 1963 and 1964 are as follows (in thousands of dollars):

Operating Real estate loans

loans 1961.

1,294 8,478 1962

321 4,101 1963 (estimate)

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4,000 1964 (estimate)

500 4,000 Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars).

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4,966

4,967

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Personnel Summary

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