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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 445-JUNE 22, 1946 which not to exceed $350,000 may be expended for the wage stabiliza- tion program conducted during the fiscal year 1946 under the appro- priation "Salaries and expenses, War Food Administration", and, in the absence of other governing statute, the provisions of law applicable to such program during the fiscal year 1946 are continued during the fiscal year 1947: Provided, That the Secretary may make available to any bureau, office, or agency of the Department such amounts from this appropriation as may be necessary to carry out the functions for which this appropriation is made, and any such amounts shall be in addition to amounts transferred or otherwise made available to appro- priation items in this Act: Providedfurther, That none of the funds herein appropriated shall be used for the promulgation or execution of orders under which assessments are made against producers or handlers of agricultural products, excepting walnuts, for adminis- tration of such orders: Provided further, That no part of this appro- priation shall be used for agricultural wage stabilization with respect to any commodity unless a majority of the producers of such com- modity within the area affected participating in a referendum or meeting held for that purpose request the intervention of the Secretary. Tobacco Acts: To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the pro- visions of "An Act to establish and promote the use of standards of classification for tobacco, to provide and maintain an official tobacco- inspection service, and for other purposes", approved August 23, 1935 (7 U. S . C. 511-511q), "An Act to provide for the collection and publication of statistics of tobacco by the Department of Agriculture", approved January 14, 1929 (7 U. S . C . 501-508), as amended, and "An Act to prohibit the exportation of tobacco seed and plants, except for experimental purposes', approved June 5, 1940 (7 U. S. C . 516), $1,2192000. Perishable Agricultural Commodities, Produce Agency, and Stand- ard Container Acts: To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the provisions of the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act, approved June 10, 1930, as amended (7 U. S. C. 499a-499r), and the Act to prevent the destruction or dumping of farm produce, and for other purposes, approved March 3, 1927 (7 U. S. C. 491-497), the Standard Baskets Act, approved August 31, 1916, as amended (15 U. S . C. 251- 256), and the Act to fix standards for hampers, round stave baskets, and splint baskets for fruit and vegetables, and for other purposes, approved May 21, 1928 (15 U. S. C. 257-257i), $214,800. Cotton Statistics, Classing Standards and Futures Acts: To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the provisions of the Act authorizing him to collect and publish statistics of the grade and staple length of cotton, approved March 3, 1927, as amended by the Act of April 13, 1937 (7 U. S . C . 471-476), and to perform the duties imposed upon him by chapter 14 of the Internal Revenue Code relating to cotton futures (26 U. S . C . 1920-1935), and to carry into effect the provisions of the United States Cotton Standards Act, approved March 4, 1923, as amended (7 U. S . C . 51-65), $1,274,000. United States Grain Standards Act: To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the provisions of the United States Grain Standards Act, $940,000. United States Warehouse Act: To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the provisions of the United States Warehouse Act, $584,000. Federal Seed Act: To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to regulate interstate and foreign commerce in seeds; to require labeling and to prevent mis- representation of seeds in interstate commerce; to require certain 291 Additional amounts. Promulgation, etc., of assessment orders, restriction. Wage staoilization. 49 Stat. 731 . 45 Stat. 1079. 54 Stat. 231 . 46 Stat. 531 . 7U. B.C., Supp.V, 1499b. 44 Stat. 1355. 39 Stat. 673 . 45 Stat. 68e. 44 Stat. 1372; 50 Stat. 62 . 7 U.S. C., Supp. V, §473d. Post, p . 940. 53 Stat. 210. 42 Stat. 1517. 7U.S.C., Supp.V, 657a. 39 Stat. 482 . 7U. S. C. S171-87. 39 Stat. 486 . 7U.. . I 241-273.