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GAGNAT

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE

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HAROLD D. COOLEY, North Carolina, Chairman

W. R. POAGE, Texas, Vice Chairman GEORGE M. GRANT, Alabama

CLIFFORD R. HOPE, Kansas E. C. GATHINGS, Arkansas

AUGUST H. ANDRESEN, Minnesota JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina WILLIAM S. HILL, Colorado DARLIALBERT, Oklahoma THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi CHARLES B. HOEVEN, Iowa

SID SIMPSON, Illinois WATKINS M. ABBITT, Virginia

PAUL B. DAGUE, Pennsylvania JAMES G. POLK, Ohio

RALPH HARVEY, Indiana CLARK W. THOMPSON, Texas

HAROLD O. LOVRE, South Dakota PAUL C. JONES, Missouri

PAGE BELCHER, Oklahoma JOHN C. WATTS, Kentucky

CLIFFORD G. MCINTIRE, Maine HARLAN HAGEN, California

WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, New York LESTER R. JOHNSON, Wisconsin

KARL C. KING, Pennsylvania VICTOR L. ANFUSO, New York

ROBERT D. HARRISON, Nebraska ROSS BASS, Tennessee

MELVIN R. LAIRD, Wisconsin COYA KNUTSON, Minnesota

HENRY ALDOUS DIXON, Utah W. PAT JENNINGS, Virginia

DELEGATES
D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS, Florida

E. L. BARTLETT, Alaska
MRS. JOSEPH R. FARRINGTON, Hawaii

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CONTENTS

LAND TRANSFER TO CLEMSON COLLEGE (H. R. 4280; H. R. 4285; H. R.
4342; H. R. 4347; H. R. 4398; AND H. R. 4465)

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H. R. 4280. A bill to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to release on

behalf of the United States conditions in two deeds conveying certain

submarginal lands to Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina

so as to permit such college, subject to certain conditions, to sell, lease,

or otherwise dispose of such lands---

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H. R. 4285. A bill to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to release, on be-

half of the United States, conditions in two deeds conveying certain

submarginal lands to Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina

so as to permit such college, subject to certain conditions, to sell, lease,

or otherwise dispose of such lands---

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H. R. 4342. A bill to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to release on be-

half of the United States conditions in two deeds conveying certain

submarginal lands to Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina

so as to permit such college, subject to certain conditions, to sell, lease,

or otherwise dispose of such lands-----

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H. R. 4347. A bill to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to release on be-

half of the United States conditions in two deeds conveying certain

submarginal lands to Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina

so as to permit such college, subject to certain conditions, to sell, lease,

or otherwise dispose of such lands..

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H. R. 4398. A bill to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to release on be-

half of the United States conditions in two deeds conveying certain

submarginal lands to Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina

so as to permit such college, subject to certain conditions, to sell, lease,

or otherwise dispose of such lands---

11

H. R. 4465. A bill to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to release on be-

half of the United States conditions in two deeds conveying certain

submarginal lands to Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina

so as to permit such college, subject to certain conditions, to sell, lease,

or otherwise dispose of such lands_-

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Statement of -

Barnette, Dr. W. A., board of trustees, Clemson Agricultural College,

Clemson, S. C..

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Crafts, Edward C., Assistant Chief, Forest Service; accompanied by

Edward F. Mynatt, Assistant General Counsel, Department of

Agriculture_-

Dorn, Hon. W. J. Bryan, a Representative in Congress from the State

of South Carolina.-

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H. R. 6851; S. 1759)

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H. R. 5562. A bill to consolidate the Hatch Act of 1887 and laws supple-

mentary thereto relating to the appropriation of Federal funds for the

support of agricultural experiment stations in the States, Alaska,

Hawaii, and Puerto Rico ----

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H. R. 6851. A bill to consolidate the Hatch Act of 1887 and and laws sup-

plementary thereto relating to the appropriation of Federal funds for the

support of agricultural experiment stations in the States, Alaska,

Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.--.

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S. 1759. An act to consolidate the Hatch Act of 1887 and laws supple-

mentary thereto relating to the appropriation of Federal funds for the

support of agricultural experiment stations in the States, Alaska,

Hawaii, and Puerto Rico---

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Report of Department of Agriculture, dated May 27, 1955---

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Statement of -

Farrington, Hon. Elizabeth P., a Delegate in Congress from the Terri-

tory of Hawaii.

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Dixon, Hon. H. A., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Utah..

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Hall, Hugh F., representing American Farm Bureau Federation ---- 61

Hauck, Arthur A., president, University of Maine----

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Irving, G. W., Jr., Deputy Administrator for Research, Agricultural

Research Service; accompanied by H. C. Knoblauch, Harry R.

Varney-

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Newsome, Herschel D., master, the National Grange_-

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Young, J. Banks, representing National Cotton Council of America - 63
Additional data submitted to the subcommittee :

Benson, Hon. E. T., Secretary, Department of Agriculture, letter to
the Speaker, House of Representatives, of March 29, 1955_-

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Hauck, Arthur A., president, University of Maine, letter to Hon. Clif-
ford G. McIntire, of July 5, 1955_--

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Provisions of the Federal-grant acts for agricultural research----

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