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PUBLIC LAWS-CHS. 389-392-JUNE 17, 1940 Appropriation au- thorized. Post, p. 1043. Report to Congress. prisons, showing separately the amount and value of goods produced under the State-use, State-account, contract, and piece-price systems. For the purpose of making this study, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated, from any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of $20,000. The Commissioner of Labor Statistics is directed to submit the report to the Congress on or before May 1, 1941. Approved, June 17, 1940. [CHAPTER 3901 AN ACT June 17, 1940 IS. 3643] To extend the time limit for cooperation between the Bureau of Reclamation and [Public, No. 636] the Farm Security Administration in the development of farm units on public lands under Federal reclamation projects. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Developmentub United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Act of farm units on public lands. . August 7, 1939 (Public, Numbered 307, Seventy-sixth Congress, first 43 U. . C., Supp. sessOn), is hereby amended by striking out "during the fiscal year , §433 (note). 1940," and by inserting "during the fiscal year 1941,". Approved, June 17, 1940. [CHAPTER 391] AN ACT June 17, 1940 AN ACT [H. R . 24171 To facilitate the control of soil erosion and/or flood damage originating upon lands [Public, No. 637] within the exterior of boundaries of the Sequoia National Forest, California. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the equolaiNational United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Forest, Calif. Acquisitionoflands of Agriculture, with the approval of the National Forest Reservation et.,ntoi, ero si on Commission established by section 4 of the Act of March 1, 1911 36' tat. 962. (U. S. C., title 16, sec. 513), is hereby authorized to acquire by purchase any lands, or interests therein, within the boundaries of the Sequoia National Forest, in the State of California, which, in his judgment, should become the property of the United States in order that they may be so managed with other lands of the United States Payment. as to minimize soil erosion and flood damage, and to pay for said lands, or interest therein from the entire receipts from the occupancy of public land or the sale of national resources, other than mineral, thAproriation au- within the Sequoia National Forest, which receipts are hereby author- ized to be appropriated for that purpose until said lands have been Transfer of unex- acquired: Provided, That any appropriated amounts which are unex- pended appropria- pended and unobligated at the close of the fiscal year for which appropriated shall be transferred to the national-forest receipts of that fiscal year and amounts so transferred and such part of the entire receipts of any fiscal year as are not appropriated shall be disposed of in like manner as other national-forest receipts. Approved, June 17, 1940. June 17, 1940 [H. R. 2418] [Public, No. 638] Whitman, Malheur or Umatilla National Forests, Oreg. Exchange of certain lands. [CHAPTER 392] AN ACT To extend the provisions of the Forest Exchange Act, as amended, to certain lands, so that they may become parts of the Whitman, Malheur, or Umatilla National Forests. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That any lands in private, State, or county ownership within the following described area, which are found by the Secretary of Agriculture to be chiefly [54 STAT.