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SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 127. 1921, 1343 of farm and food products, including the purchase of such books and periodicals as may be necessary in connection with this work; A _ For general administrative expenses in connection with the lines p,,nSd§mSmt"v° °x` of investigation, experiment, and demonstration conducted in the Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates, $30,000; In all, for general expenses, $1,389,560. mea ot statistics That hereafter the powers conferred and the duties imposed by §“,§,,§,"}§’,n]§f§§;‘Q§‘$§ law on the Bureau of Statistics and the Bureau of Crop Estimates of g¤¤=;_i¤%g;i¤tg¤¤ ¤¤d the Department of Agriculture shall be exercised and performed by mp S ° ' the Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates. C,,m,,,_F,,m,,,,, ML ENFORCEMENT or THE UNITED STATES COTTON—FUTURES AcT: To §,¤{¤{§,¤¤¤1g,6_ V 1 enable the Secretary of Agriculture to carry into effect the rovisions 40, $.iasi.p' °` of the United States Cotton-Futures Act, as amended Marclh 4, 1919, including all expenses necessary for the purchase of equipment and supplies; for travel; for the em loyment of persons in the city of Washington and elsewhere; and ilor all other expenses, including rent outside of the District of Columbia, that may be necessary in exe- ,,,,,,,,80 cuting the provisions of this Act, $138,831: Provided, That any mon- Reuseéimpueyrr-om eys received from or in connection with the sale of cotton purchased i?,i,°? °'"”""“b1° °°*' for the preparation of practical forms of the official cotton standards and condemned as unsuitable for such use may be ex ended by the Secretary of Agriculture during the fiscal year ending ilune 30, 1922, for the purchase of other cotton for such use. G . St d duct Exrorzcmmmrr or THE Uurran STATES GEATN-STANnAans AOT: raleitliceriiiuii ` To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to carry into effect the pro- V°1·39» P·‘*82· visions of the United States- Grain—Standards Act, including rent outside of the District of Columbia and the employment of such persons and means as the Secret of Agriculture may deem necessary, in the city of Washington aiildy elsewhere, $538,623. ADMHVISTRATION or THIE UNTTED STATES WAREHOUSE Aer: To Xl ,.§§§f,‘,,,_ enable the Secretary of Agriculture to carry into effect the provisions V°‘- 3*% P- **6- of the United States Warehouse Act, including the payment of such rent outside of the District of Columbia and the employment of such persons and means as the Secretary of A%·iculture may deem necessag, in the city of Washington and elsew ere, $80,000. St dud conmm NrorzcEMEN·r or THE STANDARD CONTAINER Acr: To enable the anim Secretary of Aiiculture to carry into effect the Act entitled "An Act $§{°§§°’,’;°§}é_ to fix standar for Climax baskets for grapes and other fruits and ' vegetables, and to fix standards for baskets and other containers for small fruits, berries, and vegetables, and for other purposes," approved August 31, 1916, including the employment of such persons and means as the Secreta of Agriculture may deem necessary, in the city of Washington anldyelsewhere, $3,800. Comrrarrox or woot. worm: To enable the Bureau of Markets and §,§‘,f,’;,g{§§,{"°§9§§’*b,k Cro Estimates to comgete the work of the Domestic Wool Section en. of the War Industries oard and to enforce the Government re · lations for handling the wool clip of 1918 as established by the Wgniil Division of said oard, pursuant to the Executive order dated December 31, 1918, transferring such work to the said bureau, $15,000, and to continue, as f ar as practicable, the distribution mQ§¤§,;;*§}y{{;*;*; gg amen the owers of the wool clip of 1918 of all sums heretofore or monk growers. hereager codllected or recovered with or without suit by the Govemment from all persons, firms, or corporations which handled any part of the wool clip of 1918; Total for Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates, $3,004,444. ENFORCEMENT or THE msncrrcinm ACT. I¤$°°“°*d°—*°*· Saranms, Errroacmunxr or THE INSECTICIDE ACT! Executive eaizii, ci’.§k§x§€`§°”° officer, $2,750; executive assistant, $2,000; clerks—one of class four, two of class two, three of class one, two at $1,140 each; five insecticide