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General provisions
58
Grants for research on the production and marketing of alcohols
64
Appropriations for continuing animal health and disease research
70
PART 3INFORMATION SYSTEM AND ADVISORY COMMITTEE
79
Authorization for appropriations for extension education
85
Agricultural products defined 87 Sec 1 Agricultural products defined
87
Congressional declaration of purpose use of existing facilities
93
Direct marketing assistance within the States 99
99
Legislative findings and declaration of policy
102
Short title
117
Findings and issuance of an order
119
Requirement of referendum
123
Requirement of referendum and cotton producer approval
125
Findings and declaration of policy
129
Producer refunds
134
Required terms in orders
151
BEEF RESEARCH AND INFORMATION
158
Requirement of referendum and cattle producer approval
164
WooL RESEARCH AND PROMOTIONAGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1954
169
Whitepine blister rust control contributions by local authorities
171
IMPROVEMENT OF BREEDING HORSES ACT OF APRIL 21 1948
183
Definitions
190
Regulatory constraints on aquaculture
196
AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1949
201
KNUTSONVANDENBERG ACT ACT OF JUNE 9 1930
208
Congressional findings
211
Matching funds reapportionment to other qualifying institutions
212
Scope of forestry research
213
COOPERATIVE FORESTRY AssistANCE ACT OF 1978
214
Rural forestry assistance
215
Forestry incentives
216
Insect and disease control
217
Urban forestry assistance
219
Management assistance planning assistance and technology implementation 221
221
Consolidated payments
222
General provisions
223
Statement of limitation
224
propriations
225
FOREST AND RANGELAND RENEWABLE RESOURCES RESEARCH ACT OF 1978
226
Research facilities and cooperation 227
227
SPECIAL STUDIES PROJECTS COMMISSIONS AND TASK FORCES Page RUBBER EXTRACTION ACT OF March 5 1942
261
Program for development of guayule and other rubberbearing Sec 2 Authorization of the Secretary to appoint employees delegation of powers coop...
262
Authorization of appropriations
263
NATIVE Latex COMMERCIALIZATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Act of 1978
264
Definitions
265
Research and development program by Secretary of Agriculture
266
Research and development program by Secretary of Commerce
267
Powers of Secretary of Commerce Sec 11 Coordination of activities with Federal agencies 268
268
Laws governing inventions Sec 13 Disposal of byproducts
269
NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Policy ORGANIZATION AND PRIORITIES ACT OF 1976
270
AGRICULTURAL FOREIGN INVESTMENT DISCLOSURE ACT OF 1978
272
Civil penalty
274
Reports to Congress and the President
275
Regulations
276
Effective dates
277
RURAL TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY Task FORCE
278
85
291
Authorization of appropriations
295
ACT OF NOVEMBER 2 1978
297
COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION CHARTER
318
General provisions
323
Predatory and other wild animals eradication and control investiga
329
Authorization of appropriations
336
Title
338
66
66
72
72
Investigations power to subpena and take oaths and affirma
95
Power to amend repeal etc reserved
100
198
198
257
257
Small farm research and extension programs
271
Congressional findings 278 278
278
Creation of Rural Transportation Advisory Task Force 279
279
Task Force report and recommendations 280
280
Research and information programs reports to Congress
295
Effective date
316
Short title
329
Purposes
339
MISCELLANEOUS Food STAMP ACT OF 1977
355
Definitions
460

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