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II. RECAPITULATION OF PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS-FEDERAL FUNDS-Con. [NOTE.-Amounts shown are taken from th: January 1972 Budget and are subject to revision as bettor data become available.)

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III. PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS-TRUST FUNDS

(For permanent Federal funds, see table II)

COMPILER'S NOTE.—The text and amounts of these permanent appropriations are taken from data relating to fiscal 1972 in the budget for the fiscal year 1973. These are funds that do not require annual action by the Congress, but rather become available automatically under earlier laws. The amounts shown are estimated and are thus subject to revision as better data become available during the fiscal year.

LEGISLATIVE

$1,600,000

80,000

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Gift Fund:

This fund represents gifts or bequests of money made to the Library of Con

gress for the immediate disbursement by the Librarian. In the interest of
the Library, its collections, or its service for the purpose in each case

specified (2 U.S.C. 160; 31 U.S.C. 7258)--Income from Investment Account:

This fund represents income from investments held by the Treasury for the

benefit of the Library of Congress and is subject to disbursement by the
Librarian for the purposes in each case specified (2 U.S.C. 157; 31 U.S.C.

7258)
Payment of Interest on Bequest of Gertrude M. Hubbard:

Trust fund of $20,000, the interest on which, at 4 percent per annum, is to

be used for the purchase of engravings and etchings to be added to the
“Gardiner Greene Hubbard Collection” (Act of Aug. 20, 1912, 37 Stat.

319, sec. 21)-
Payment of Interest on Permanent Loan:

This appropriation represents a sum equivalent to interest at the rate of

4 percent per annum, payable semiannually, on a permanent loan to the
United States, not exceeding $5,000,000, in accordance with provisions
of gifts or bequests—such interest, as income, being subject to disburse-
ment by the Librarian of Congress for the purpose specified (2 U.S.C. 156–

158; Act of Mar. 3, 1925, 43 Stat. 1107)-Service Fees:

Operation of a photoduplication laboratory and a sound recording labora-
tory are financed from fees received for services rendered to other Gov-
ernment agencies and the public (2 U.S.C. 160; 31 U.S.C. 7258) --
Total, Legislative---

$4, 142,000

1,000

211, 000

2, 230,000

THE JUDICIARY Judicial Survivors' Annuity Fund:

This fund is used to pay annuities to eligible widows and dependent children

of deceased judges of the United States, to make refunds to former judges
who have elected to come under the judicial survivors annuity system
but who have left the service, and to pay claims of survivors of member
judges for any unpaid amounts credited to the individual accounts of such

judges (28 U.S.C. 376)---
Operation of Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia:

Funds appropriated to the District of Columbia for operation of the Public

Defender Service under the provisions of title III of Public Law 91-358,
approved July 29, 1970, to provide representation for indigents in proceed-
ings designated in section 302(a) of the act...
Totals, The Judiciary-

$3, 351, 000

1, 740, 00)

1, 611, 000

849

70-490—7254

EXECUTIVE

$2, 280,000,000

FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT Advances, Foreign Military Sales:

The trust fund, which is strictly a cash account, is to enable foreign govern

ments to take advantage of savings which result from procurement through
U.S. Government channels. Authorized by sections 21 and 22 of the Foreign
Military Sales Act of 1968, as amended, the fund is used to facilitate cash

sales of defense articles and services.----
Technical Assistance, 1.8. Dollars Advanced from Foreign Governments:

Funds advanced by foreign countries are used to pay for procurement in the

United States of non-military materials or services for programs in those
countries in accordance with bilateral agreements (22 Ū.8.0. 2315).

OFFICE OF ECONOMIO OPPORTUNITY
Gifts and Contributions:

This fund has been established to account for gifts and contributions from

public or private sources interested in furthering the war on poverty (78
Stat. 529)

Total, Funds Appropriated to the President-- -$2,282, 402, 000

2, 400,000

2,000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
Expenses and Refunds, Inspection, Certification and Quarantine of Animal
Products:
Expenses and refunds, inspection certification, and quarantine of animal

products and by-products not intended for human food, and for other pur-
poses, moving in interstate and foreign commerce primarily to prevent
introduction and spread of animal diseases (9 0.8.c. 1622h and n) (21

0.8.0. 111)
Bxpenses, Feed, and Attendants for Animals in Quarantine:

Feeds advanced by importers (21 U.S.O. 102)Miscellaneous Contributed Funds:

Funds received from States, local organizations, individuals, and others

available for work under cooperative agreements on miscellaneous farm
utilization, and marketing research activities, plant and animal quaran-
tine inspection, and cooperative plant and animal disease and pest control
activities (0.8.0. 4500, 2220).

1, 000

64,000

454, 000

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH SERVICE

16, 000

Expenses and Refunds, Inspection, Certification, and Quarantine of Animal
Products:
Expenses and refunds, inspection certification, and quarantine of animal

products and by-products not intended for human food, and for other pur-
poses, moving in interstate and foreign commerce primarily to prevent
introduction and spread of animal diseases († U.S.C. 1622h and n) (21

U.S.O. 111)
Expenses, Feed, and Attendants for Animals in Quarantine:

Fees advanced by importers (21 U.S.O. 102)--
Miscellaneaous Contributed Funds:

Funds received from States, local organizations, individuals, and others

available for work under cooperative agreements on miscellaneous farm
utilization, and marketing research activities, plant and animal quarantine
inspections, and cooperative plant and animal disease and pest control
activities (17 U.S.O. 4506, 2220) ---

129,000

721, 000

CONSUMER AND MARKETING SERVICE
Bøpenses and Refunds, Inspection and Grading of Farm Products:

Under authority of title II of the Act of August 14, 1946 (7 U.S.C. 1621

1627), the Secretary provides an inspection and grading service for farm
products upon the application of an interested party. This service is
supported in part by the appropriation “Marketing Services" and in part
by fees charged for the service. These fees are covered into the Treasury
as a special trust fund and are made available for the payment of refunds
and expenses in connection with the work provided for under cooperative
agreements (7 U.S.C. 91-99, 1621-1627).

38, 430,000 special statistical studies (5 U.S.C. 606; 12 U.S.O. 170 le; 13 U.S.C. 8, 218; 15 U.S.C. 189a, 192)--

ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE

Miscellaneous Contributed Funds:

Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organizations, and others are available for economic research and analysis under cooperative agree

ments (7 0.8.0. 4500 and 450h) ---

$17,000

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE

Miscellaneous Contributed Funds:

Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organizations, individuals,

and others are available for work under cooperative agreements (7 U.S.C.
4500)

2, 848, 000

COOPERATIVE STATE RESEARCH SERVICE

Miscellaneous Contributed Funds:

Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organizations, and others are

available for work under cooperative agreements ( U.S.O. 4506)

3,000

FARMER COOPERATIVE SERVICE

Miscellaneous Contributed Funds:

Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organizations, and others are

available for work under cooperative agreements (7 0.8.C. 4500 and h)-

90,000

STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE

Miscellaneous Contributed Funds:

Miscellaneous funds received from States, local organizations, individuals,

and others are available for crop and livestock survey work under co-
operative agreements (9 U.S.C. 4500 and h)---

10, 000

FOREST SERVICE
Cooperative Work:
All moneys received as contributions toward cooperative work in forest

investigations, the protection and improvement of the national forests,
and the protection, reforestation, and administration of private lands,
including deposits received from timber purchasers to cover the cost of
the United States of (1) disposing of brush and other debris resulting from
cutting operations in sales of national forest timber, (2) sale-area better-
ment through planting, sowing, and timber stand improvement, and (3)
scaling services requested by purchasers in addition to those required by
the Forest Service, are covered into the Treasury and constitute a special
fund which is appropriated and made available until expended, as the
Secretary of Agriculture may direct, for the payment of such expenses by
the Forest Service, and except for deposits by purchasers of national
forest timber under 16 U.S.C. 576b, for refunds to the contributors of
amounts paid in by them in excess of their share of the cost of such ex-
penses (16 0.8.0. 498, 572, 572a, 5766, 581; 31 U.S.C. 7258) ----
Total, Department of Agriculture----

$84, 783, 000
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

42,000,000

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Gifts and Bequests, Department of Commerce:

This fund established to account for gifts and bequests in furtherance of

programs and activities of the Department of Commerce. Contributions
from private sources have been applied to the cost of programs of the
National Bureau of Standards; construction of a chapel at the Merchant
Marine Academy, King's Point, N.Y.; and for expenses and maintenance
of sailing craft in custody of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (78

Stat. 991, 75 Stat. 527, 15 U.S.C. 27a, 68 Stat. 1050 and 62 Stat. 172) ----
Special Studies, Services, and Projects:

This fund was established pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 522(a) (3) (81 Stat. 54)

for requests to obtain public information. Expenses incurred in obtaining
the information are charged to the extent of the amount of fees collected.-

385, 000

3, 000

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION

Special Studies, Services, and Projects:

For expenditures from payments made by Individuals, corporations, etc., for

4, 457,000

REGIONAL ACTION PLANNING COMMISSIONS
Regional Action Planning Commissions:
This Trust Fund consists of grants to the Commissions from the Economic

Development Administration pursuant to title V of Public Law 89-136.
The grants are made to the Commissions for their administrative ex-
penses, technical assistance, and State investment planning---

DOMESTIC BUSINESS ACTIVITIES
Special Studies, Services, and Reports:

Statistical reports based on Bureau of Domestic Commerce data are pre

pared at the expense of the requesting public (15 U.S.C. 189a).

$15, 818, 000

16, 000

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES Contributions, Educational and Cultural Exchange:

This fund established to account for contributions from commercial exhibitors participating in commercial trade fairs, trade centers, business information centers, and sample display services (75 Stat. 531, 78 Stat.

991) Special Studies, Services, and Projects:

Statistical reports based on data compiled by the Bureau of International

('ommerce are prepared at the expense of the requesting public (15 U.8.0.
189a and 192) --

1, 752, 000

5,000

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

1, 150,000

NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION Inspection and Grading of Fishery Products:

This represents contributions from individuals and firms participating in

the National Marine Fisheries Service's program for inspection and grad

ing of fishery products (7 U.S.C. 1621-1627) -Special Studies:

Payments are received from non-government interests for performance of

special statistical studies (15 U.S.C. 189a)---Contributed Funds:

These represent contributions from States, local organizations, individuals,

etc., for work of the National Marine Fisheries Service (16 U.S.C. 661,
7420f))

240,000

66,000

4,100,000

NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS Clearinghouse for Technical Information:

This trust fund is maintained to finance the preparation of transcripts from

technical and scientific reports, studies, tables, and other research
materials. Proceeds from sale of reports and documents are used for sub-
sequent reproduction and dissemination (15 U.S.C. 1153).
Total, Department of Commerce---

$27, 992, 000
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-MILITARY

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY General Gift Fund:

Included in this fund are gifts and bequests limited to specific purposes by

the donor, such as, the Evangeline G. Bovard award, Cormack Medal
Fund, ETO Quartermaster Foundation Inc., and Henry C. McLean Be-
quest. In addition, it accounts for gifts and bequests not limited to specific
use by the donor which may be used for purposes determined by the Secre-
tary of the Army (10 U.S.O. 2601)--

254, 000

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
General Gift Fund:
This fund consists mostly of donations from individuals, subject to condi-

tions specified by the donor, for the benefit of the Naval Academy, the
Naval Academy Museum, and other institutions of the Navy (10 U.S.O.
6973; 10 U.S.C. 6974; 10 U.S.C. 2601)--

50,000

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