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offset by a decrease of $150 thousand due to elimination

Object Classification in thousands of dollars) Continued of 1963 construction items. The volume of protective activities is indicated by

1962

1963 1964

actual estimate estimate selected examples in the following table in thousands):

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE-
1960 actual 1961 actual 1962 actual

Continued
Animal import inspection:
All animals.
783 741 1,306 22 Transportation of things...

869 1,015 1,027 Import animal byproducts:

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

2,871 2,960 3,356 Wool, bone, glands, etc. (pounds) -- 965, 480 606,325 759,819

961 24 Printing and reproduction..

1,030

1,035 Hides and skins (pounds) 360,043 257, 121 317, 109 25 Other services

11,316 14,386 13,474 Sheep inspected for scabies 10,837 12,031 12,772 Services of other agencies.

5,179 5,755 5,875 Scabies-infected sheep found..

86
70

62
26 Supplies and materials.

11.013 11,603 11,595 Cattle inspected for scabies. 6,927 7,661 8, 159 31 Equipment...

5,969 6,320 6,404 Scabies-infected cattle found.

30
36
2 32 Lands and structures.

797 1,175 879 Inspections and dippings for cattle fever

41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions: ticks.. 1,685 2,594 2,403 Grants for basic research....

200 200 Cattle tested for tuberculosis.. 9,440 9,788 9,219

Payment to Mexican-United States
Tuberculosis reactors found...

14
15
11

Commission for the Prevention of
Lots tested for brucellosis:

Foot-and-Mouth Disease...

18 22 22 Blood tests..

1,186 1,333 1,552
42 Insurance claims and indemnities.

2
Ring tests
1,594 1,745 1,725

Indemnities: Brucellosis reactors found..

148

127
Tuberculosis.

277 300 300 Animals inspected at public stockyards.. 65,500 60,265 59,033

Brucellosis.

1,642 1,500 1,400 Diseased animals received or found..... 446

391
477
Scrapie of sheep

427 250 250 Supervision of production of veterinary

Anaplasmosis.

1

1 biologics:

Hog cholera

75 535 Hog-cholera virus and anti-hog-cholera

Claims-Federal Tort Claims Act.

32 serum (doses).

41,645 37,970 38,388 Hog-cholera vaccine (doses) 38,035 37,452 53,974

Subtotal

155,786 175,197 184,725 Other vaccines (doses) 3,432,446 4,471,761 4,288,335 Deduct quarters and subsistence charges.

100 101 101 Total bacterins (doses).

121,224 131,484 169,568 Diagnostic agents (doses)

62,097 48,185 65,239 Other serums (doses) -..

Total, Agricultural Research Service. --- 155,686 175,096 184,624 9,832 7,715 7,265

ALLOCATION TO GENERAL SERVICES (c) Pesticides regulation. This activity is concerned

ADMINISTRATION with administration of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,

25 Other services...

17 207 123 and Rodenticide Act, and related provisions of the Federal 32 Lands and structures .

393

1,537 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. The 1964 estimates propose an increase of $148 thousand to handle increased

Total, General Services Administration.. 17 600 1,660 registration and enforcement activities.

Total obligations...

155,703 175,696 186,284 3. Meat inspection.-Federal meat inspection is required for all meat in interstate commerce and is conducted to assure a clean and wholesome meat supply for human

Personnel Summary consumption, free from adulteration, and truthfully labeled. The work includes inspection of animals, car Total number of permanent positions.

16,670 17,821 18,100 casses and meat, and meat-food products at various stages Full-time equivalent of other positions. .

1,214 1,261 1,158 of handling and processing. Measures are enforced to

Average number of all employees.

15,926 17.124 17,520

Number of employees at end of year. insure informative labeling, and meats imported or ex

18,059 18,790 19,530 Average GS grade

8.0 8.0 8.0 ported are inspected. The estimates for 1964 include a Average GS salary..

$6,717 $7,182 $7,193 proposed increase for additional inspection staff to service Average salary of ungraded positions. ..

$4,547 $4,582 $4,676 the expanding demand for Federal meat inspection.

The volume of inspections and examinations is indicated by examples given in the following table:

SALARIES AND EXPENSES (SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM)
1960 aclual 1961 actual 1962 actual
Number of establishments covered.... 1,396 1,451 1,511 For purchase of foreign currencies which accrue under title I of
Cities in which plants are located...

572
599

623 the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as Inspection of live animals.

107,504,884 104,329,407 107, 108,967 amended (7 U.S.C. 1704), for market development research authorPost mortem inspections....

107,499,826 104,324,593 107, 104,052 ized by section 104(a), and for agricultural and forestry research Animals and carcasses condemned. 255,632 285,161 283,969 and other functions related thereto authorized by section 104(k) of Inspection of processed meat and meat

the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as food products (million pounds)-- 18,698 18,461 18,806 amended (7 U.S.C. 1704(a) (k)), to remain available until expended,

[$5,265,000] $2,500,000: Provided, That this appropriation shall be Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

available, in addition to other appropriations for these purposes, for

the purchase of the foregoing currencies: Provided further, That 1962

1964

funds appropriated herein shall be used to purchase such foreign actual estimate estimate currencies as the Department determines are needed and can be

used most effectively to carry out the purposes of this paragraph, AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE

and such foreign currencies shall, pursuant to the provisions of

section 104(a), be set aside for sale to the Department before foreign 11 Personnel compensation:

currencies which accrue under said title I are made available for Permanent positions..

96,082 108,430 116,491 other United States uses: Provided further, That not to exceed Positions other than permanent.

4,789 5,100 4,738 $25,000 of this appropriation shall be available for purchase of Other personnel compensation.

994 1,045 2,073 foreign currencies for expenses of employment pursuant to the

second sentence of section 706(a) of the Organic Act of 1944 (5 Total personnel compensation... 101,865 114,575

123,303

U.S.C. 574), as amended by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 12 Personnel benefits.....

7,690 8.610 9,383 (5 U.S.C. 55a). (Department of Agriculture and Related Agencies 21 Travel and transportation of persons. 4,858 5,420 5,687 Appropriation Act, 1963.)

1963

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE-Continued

Personnel Summary

4,900

1

General and special funds-Continued

1962

1963 1964

actual estimate estimate
SALARIES AND EXPENSES (SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY
PROGRAM)-Continued
Total number of permanent positions.

15
15

15
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Full-time equivalent of other positions...

3

3 Average number of all employees..

15
20

20 Number of employees at end of year.

13
18

18
1962
1963 1964

8.0 Average GS grade.

8.0 actual

8.0 estimate estimate Average GS salary.

$6,717

$7,182 $7,193 Average salary of ungraded positions.

$4,547 $4,582 $4,676 Program by activities: 1. Market development research (sec. 104(a))--

1,823 2,600 3,900
2. Agricultural and forest research (sec.
104(k))----

1,835
35 2,900

CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES
Total program costs, funded 1
3,658 5,500 8,800

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Change in selected resources 2

5,091 10,501 7,201 Total obligations.--

16,001
8,749
16,001

1963
1962

1964

actual estimate estimate Financing: Comparative transfers from other accounts

Program by activities: (-).

-596 -934

Construction of facilities (program costs, Unobligated balance brought forward (-). -26,192 -23,303 -13,501

funded).

2,523 3,912 1,972 Unobligated balance carried forward..

23,303 13,501
Change in selected resources

922 539 -1,772 New obligational authority (appropriation) 5,265

5,265 2,500
Total obligations.

3,446 4,451

200

Financing: 1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $14 thousand; 1963, $14 thousand; Unobligated balance brought forward (-)------7,296 -4,651 1964, $10 thousand.

-200 2 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders,

Unobligated balance carried forward-

4,651 200 1961, $7,177 thousand; 1962. $12,268 thousand; 1963, $22,769 thousand; 1964, $29,970 thousand.

New obligational authority (appropriation)

800 Foreign currencies, generated by the sale of surplus agricultural commodities under title I of the Agricultural

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961,

$311 thousand; 1962, $1,233 thousand; 1963, $1,772 thousand; 1964, $0. Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, are used by the Department for market development research

Funds were appropriated in 1962 for construction of under section 104(a) and for agricultural and forestry re

facilities for research at two locations. In 1963 funds for search under section 104(k) of the Act. Work is carried similar construction items are included in the Salaries and on through agreements, in both basic and applied fields, expenses appropriation. by research institutions and organizations in foreign countries. This research serves to develop new foreign mar

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) kets and to expand existing markets for agricultural commodities, including cotton, dairy products, fats and

estimate oils, grain, feed, livestock and meat, poultry, fruits and vegetables, and tobacco. It also provides for supplemen AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE tary research on farm, forest, marketing, utilization, agricultural economics, and human nutrition problems. Total

22 Transportation of things

2 25 Services of other agencies.

4

129 estimated cost in U.S. dollars (charged to regular appro- 31 Equipment ..

3
5

80 priations) for the initiation and supervision of projects 32 Lands and structures.

214 193

50 in 1964 is $317 thousand.

Total, Agricultural Research Service ---- 223

327

130 In 1964, it is proposed that foreign currencies also be used for translations of foreign language scientific publica ALLOCATION TO GENERAL SERVICES tions, as authorized by section 104 (k) of the act.

ADMINISTRATION 25 Other services.

87 133

70 Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

32 Lands and structures..

3.136 3,991
Total, General Services Administration 3,222 4,124 70
actual

estimate
Total obligations......

3,446 4,451

200 11 Personnel compensation: Permanent positions.

43
50

50 Positions other than permanent.

21

21 Other personnel compensation.

6
7
8

STATE EXPERIMENT STATIONS
Total personnel compensation..

49
78

79 12 Personnel benefits...

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
16
15

15 21 Travel and transportation of

persons

53 126 120 22 Transportation of things--

2
6

6 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

9
10
10

estimate estimate 25 Other services...

8,557 15,709 15,609 Services of other agencies.

44
45

150 Financing: 26 Supplies and materials.

2
2

2 Comparative transfer to other accounts... 35,766 31 Equipment...

18
10 10 Unobligated balance lapsing-----

37
Total obligations...-
8,749 16,001 16,001 New obligational authority--

35,803

1963

1962 actual

1964 estimate

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1963 estimate

1962 actual

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $121 thousand; 1962, $33 thousand; 1963, $0.

The 1961 appropriation for Salaries and expenses, reIn previous years, $16.5 million had been provided for search, Agricultural Research Service, authorized the sale establishment of animal disease research and control

of the Department's Entomology Research Laboratory at laboratory facilities. Construction of the facilities at Orlando, Fla., and application of the proceeds of sale to Ames, Iowa, was started in August 1958. The laboratory the construction of a new laboratory. An additional $500 buildings were completed in fiscal year 1961. Construc- thousand was provided by the Supplemental Appropriation of needed storage and other facilities in fiscal year 1963 will complete the installation under this appropriation facilities, for the remainder of the total estimated cost of

tion Act, 1961, under the appropriation, Construction of Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

$900 thousand for the new facilities. The Orlando prop

erty was sold in 1961 for $400 thousand, which will be 1963 1964 estimate estimate applied toward the construction of the new laboratory.

The laboratory is under construction and is expected to AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE

be available for occupancy by June 1963. 32 Lands and structures...

233 ALLOCATION TO GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

ALLOCATIONS AND ALLOTMENTS RECEIVED FROM OTHER Accounts 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

2

Note.-Obligations incurred under allocations and allotments from other accounts

are included in the schedules of the parent appropriations, as follows: 25 Other services.

9
3

Office of Emergency Planning, “Emergency preparedness functions of Federal 32 Lands and structures...

167
20

agencies.".
Funds Appropriated to the President:

"Agency for International Development." Total, General Services Administration.. 178 23

"Public works acceleration."

"Translation of publications and scientific cooperation." Total obligations..

244
256

United States educational exchange program, “United States dollars advanced
from foreign governments.

1962 actual

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approved August 11, 1955 (7 U.S.C. 361a-361i), including administration by the United States Department of Agriculture; $500,000 for payments authorized under section 204(b) of the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 (7 U.S.C. 1623); $1,000,000 for grants for cooperative forestry research under the Act approved October 10, 1962 (76 Stat. 806-807); [$250,000] $310,000 for penalty mail costs of agricultural experiment stations under section 6 of the Hatch Act of 1887, as amended; and ($344,000] $460,000 for necessary expenses of the Cooperative State Experiment Station Service, including administration of payments to State agricultural experiment stations, of which not more than $25,000 shall be available for employment pursuant to the second sentence of section 706(a) of the Organic Act of 1944 (5 U.S.C. 574), as amended by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U.S.C. 55a); [$38,207,000] $40,383,000. (39 U.S.C. $219; Department of Agriculture and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

112

93

Program by activities:

1. Research..
2. Plant and animal disease and pest control.
3. Meat inspection....
4. Civil defense, Army.--
5. Technical assistance, Commerce.
6. Miscellaneous services to other accounts...

Total program costs, funded 1.
Change in selected resources.

Total obligations.-
Financing:
Advances and reimbursements from

Other accounts...
Non-Federal sources -

Total financing ----

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Program by activities:
1. Payments to agricultural experiment sta-

tions:
a. For agricultural research under the

Hatch Act..
b. For marketing research under the

Agricultural Marketing Act..
2. Grants for forestry research..
3. Federal administration.
4. Penalty mail..

Total program costs, funded-obliga

tions 1

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $110 thousand; (1962 adjustments, ,-$17 thousand): 1962, $372 thousand; 1963, $276 thousand; 1964, $276 thousand.

1 Reimbursements from non-Federal sources above are from proceeds of sales of charts (7 U.S.C. 1387) and personal property (40 U.S.C. 481(c)); from payments by non-Federal agencies for overtime work and travel performed at meatpacking establish ments and veterinary biological establishments and for animal and plant quarantine inspection (5 U.S.C. 576; 7 U.S.C. 394, 396); from cooperating State, county, municipal, and private organizations for soil and water conservation work (16 U.S.C. 590a); and from refunds of ter minal leave payments (5 U.S.C. 61(b))

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

500 1,000 1,380

310

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11 Personnel compensation: Permanent positions.-

3,870 4,202 4,282 New obligational authority: Positions other than permanent. 138 119 Appropriation...

38,207 40,383 Other personnel compensation

5,922 6,076 6,327 Proposed transfer from "Reimbursement to

Commodity Credit Corporation for costs of
Total personnel compensation.

9,943 10,416 10,728
special milk program” due to pay increases.

59 12 Personnel benefits...

305
328

335 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

273 300 283 22 Transportation of things...

36
45

43 1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962. $17 thousand; 1963, $10 thousand;

76 23 Rent, communications, and utilities

81

1964, $9 thousand.

79 24 Printing and reproduction..

30
35

35

Grants are allocated to agricultural experiment stations 25 Other services...

228
81

73 Services of other agencies.

107 140 142

of the land-grant colleges in the States and Puerto Rico 26 Supplies and materials..

261 307 282 for agricultural research, including investigations and 31 Equipment...

259

279 235 experiments to promote a permanent and efficient agri32 Lands and structures..

32
13

cultural industry and improvements in the rural home Total obligations.--

11,551 12,025 12,235

and rural life. The States are contributing $3.74 for $1 paid by the Federal Government.

An increase of $1 million is proposed in Payments to Personnel Summary

States and Puerto Rico to strengthen the cooperative Total number of permanent positions..

program at the agricultural experiment stations. In addi70 101

99 tion $1 million is requested for grants to encourage and Full-time equivalent of other positions.

32
31

24 Average number of all employees..

assist the several states in carrying on a program of

612 636 616 Number of employees at end of year.

75 106 104 forestry research as authorized by Public Law 87-788 Average GS grade.

8.0 8.0

which is essential to meet the needs of accelerated forest Average GS salary.

$6,717 $7,182

$7,193 development programs. Federal grants for forestry reAverage salary of ungraded positions.

$4,547 $4,582 $4,676

search will be matched from non-Federal sources.

The planned distribution of the payments to State

agricultural experiment stations and grants for forestry COOPERATIVE STATE EXPERIMENT STATION research to land-grant colleges or agricultural experiment SERVICE

stations and other State-supported colleges and univer

sities for 1964 is in thousands of dollars): General and special funds:

Distributed according to statutory formula..

29,529 PAYMENTS AND EXPENSES Regional research fund...

7,664

Payments authorized for marketing projects For payments to agricultural experiment stations, for grants for Grants for cooperative forestry research

1,000 cooperative forestry research, and for other expenses, including [$37,113,000] $38,113,000 to carry into effect the provisions of the Total...

38,693 Hatch Act, approved March 2, 1887, as amended by the Act

500

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