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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CH. 356-JULY 30, 1947 1946: Provided further, That an application for payment on the pre- scribed form is filed by any such farmer (or the person entitled to payment in case of death, disappearance, or incompetency of the farmer under regulations issued pursuant to section 385 of the Agricul- tural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended (7 U. S . C ., 1940 edition, 1385)) within one year from the date of his discharge from the armed forces, or by December 31, 1947, whichever is later: And provided further, That no part of any funds available to the Department, or any bureau, office, corporation, or other agency constituting a part of such Department shall be used in the current fiscal year for the pay- ment of salary or travel expenses of any person who has been convicted of violating the Act entitled "An Act to prevent pernicious political activities", approved August 2, 1939, as amended, or who has been found in accordance with the provisions of section 6 of the Act of July 11, 1919 (18 U. S . C. 201), to have violated or attempted to violate such section which prohibits the use of Federal appropriations for the payment of personal services or other expenses designed to influence in any manner a Member of Congress to favor or oppose any legisla- tion or appropriation by Congress except upon request of any Member or through the proper official channels. SUGAR ACT To enable the Secretary to carry into effect the provisions, other than those specifically relating to the Philippine Islands, of the Sugar Act of 1937, as amended (7 U. S . C . 1100-1183), including personal services in the District of Columbia, $55,000,000, to remain available until June 30, 1949: Provided, That expenditures (including trans- fers) from this appropriation for other than payments to sugar producers shall not exceed $1,326,115. MARKETING SERVICES For expenses necessary, including not to exceed $2,211,000 for personal services in the District of Columbia, in conducting investi- gations, experiments, and demonstrations, as follows: Market news service: For collecting, pulblisling, and distriblting, by telegraph, mail, or otherwise, timely informlation on the m:arket supply and denmand, commercial movement, location, disposition, quality, condition, and market prices of livestock, meats, fish, and animal products, dairy and poultry products (including broilers), fruits and vegetables, peanuts and their products, grain, hay, feeds, cottonseed, and seeds, and other agricultural products, $1,566,250. Market inspection of farm products: For the investigations and certification, in one or more jurisdictions, to shippers and other inter- ested parties of the class, quality, and condition of any agricultural commodity or food product, whether raw, dried, canned, or otherwise processed, and any product containing an agricultural commodity or derivative thereof when offered for interstate shipment or when received at such important central markets as the Secretary may from time to time designate, or at points which may be conveniently reached therefrom under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, including payment of such fees as will be reasonable and as nearly as may be to cover the cost for the service rendered, $712,000. Marketing farm products: For acquiring and diffusing among the people of the United States useful information relative to the needed supplies, standardization, classification, grading, preparation for market, handling, transportation, storage, and marketing of farm and food products, including the demonstration and promotion of the use of uniform standards of classification of American farm and food 543 59 Stat. 154 . 62 Stat. 68. Salary or travel ex- penses, restriction. 53 Stat. 1147. 18U. S .C . §§ 61-61w. 41 Stat. 68 . Ante, pp. 35, 245; post, pp . 618, 922, 932. 50 Stat. 903 .