Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation: Hearing Before ..., 75-1 on S. 2439 ..., June 11, 1937

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Page 2 - ... commissions, and other incidental costs and expenses, without regard to the provisions of existing law governing the expenditure of public funds and for administrative expenses, including rent, printing and binding, and the employment of persons and means, in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, such employment of persons to be in accordance with the provisions of law applicable to the employment of persons by the Agricultural Adjustment Administration.
Page 2 - 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 2 - In carrying out clause (2) of section 32, the funds appropriated by said section may be used for the purchase * * * of agricultural commodities and products thereof, and such commodities * * * may be donated for relief purposes and for use in nonprofit summer camps for children.
Page 2 - Stat. 323), facilitating operations with respect to the purchase and disposition of surplus agricultural commodities under section 32 of the Act approved August 24, 1935 (49 Stat. 774), as amended, shall, to the extent not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, also be applicable to expenditures of funds by the Secretary under this Act.
Page 2 - HR 3307, which I am sponsoring, is designed to utilize section 32 funds. The Department of Agriculture opposes the use of section 32 funds as a relief measure. The act of June 28, 1937, as amended, and relating to section 32, states : * * * funds of the Corporation, may be used for purchasing, exchanging, processing, distributing, disposing, transporting, storing and handling of agricultural commodities and products thereof and inspection costs, commissions, and other incidental costs and expenses,...
Page 27 - ... believe with me, that it will take care of the recreational craft, too. General PILLSBURY. Yes ; it will. INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLA. (H. Doc. 180, 75th Cong.) The CHAIRMAN. The next item is the intracoastal waterway, Jacksonville Beach, Fla., which Mr. Green is interested in. We will be glad to hear you, Mr. Green. STATEMENT OF HON. LEX GREEN, REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM FLORIDA Mr. GREEN. Mr. Chairman, this matter has reference to a turning basin at Jacksonville Beach,...
Page 11 - ... used in which the whole application may be signed once, and once only, but at the end of the oath. I think that is highly desirable, provided the signature is to the oath, as the bar association committee suggests. Mr. NEAVE. I see no objection to it at all. The CHAIRMAN. I have been asked by very many Members of Congress who are not members of this committee but who may want to read the record, and I want to get your opinion on the subject of compulsory license. Mr. NEAVE. I have always been...

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