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PUBLIC LAWS--CH. 253 -JUNE 30, 1939 Provso. Cost of buildi General admi tive expenses. Fruit insects. Japanese beet trol. Sweetpotato control. Provisos. State cooperat No indemni destroyed, etc., erty. Mexican fru control. Citrus cankei ication. Proviso. No indemni destroyed, etc., erty. Gypsy, etc., control. Dutch elm eradication. Provisos. State, etc., butions. No indemni destroyed, etc., erty. Phony peaci eradication. Proviso. No indemni destroyed, etc. erty. of the Federal Government, States, counties, municipalities, corpora- tions, agencies, individuals, or with foreign governments; including the employment of necessary persons and means in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, rent, construction, or repair of necessary ngs. buildings outside the District of Columbia: Provided, That, unless otherwise specifically provided, the cost for the construction of any building shall not exceed $1,500 and the total amount expended for such construction in any one year shall not exceed $7,000, as follows: nistra- General administrative expenses: For general administrative pur- poses, including the salary of Chief of Bureau and other personal services, $166,280. Fruit insects: For insects affecting fruits, grapes, and nuts, $428,600. le con- Japanese beetle control: For the control and prevention of spread of the Japanese beetle, $395,000. weevil Sweetpotato weevil control: For the determination and application of such methods of control for sweetpotato weevils as, in the judg- ment of the Secretary of Agriculture, may be necessary, $75,000: ton. Provided, That, in the discretion of the Secretary of Agriculture, no part of this appropriation shall be expended for the control of sweet- potato weevil in any State until such State has provided cooperation tyor necessary to accomplish this purpose: Provided further, That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay the cost or value of farm animals, farm crops, or other property injured or destroyed. itfly Mexican fruitfly control: For the control and prevention of spread of the Mexican fruitfly, including necessary surveys and control operations in Mexico in cooperation with the Mexican Government or local Mexican authorities, $160,460. erad- Citrus canker eradication: For determining and applying such methods of eradication or control of the disease of citrus trees known as "citrus canker" as in the judgment of the Secretary of Agriculture may be necessary, including cooperation with such authorities of the States concerned, organizations of growers, or individuals, as he may ty for deem necessary to accomplish such purposes, $13,485: Provided, That prop- no part of the money herein appropriated shall be used to pay the cost or value of trees or other property injured or destroyed. moth Gypsy and brown-tail moth control: For the control and preven- tion of spread of the gypsy and brown-tail moths, $375,000. disease Dutch elm disease eradication: For determining and applying methods of eradication, control, and prevention of spread of the disease of elm trees known as "Dutch elm disease" and of a virus contri disease of elm trees prevalent in the Ohio Valley, $500,000: Provided, That, in the discretion of the Secretary of Agriculture, no expendi- tures from this appropriation shall be made for these purposes until a sum or sums at least equal to such expenditures shall have been appropriated, subscribed, or contributed by State, county, or local authorities, or by individuals, or organizations concerned: Provided ty for further, That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay the ,pro" cost or value of trees or other property injured or destroyed. 1,etc., Phony peach and peach mosaic eradication: For determining and applying such methods of eradication, control, and prevention of spread of the diseases of peach trees known as "phony peach" and "peach mosaic" as in the judgment of the Secretary of Agriculture may be necessary, including cooperation with such authorities of the States concerned, organizations of growers, or individuals, as he may deem necessary to accomplish such purposes, including the certification of products out of the infested areas to meet the require- ty for ments of State quarantines, $89,800: Provided, That no part of the prop- money herein appropriated shall be used to pay the cost or value of trees or other property injured or destroyed. 960 [53 STAT.