Annual appropriations of the sum of $3,000,000 from the general fund of the Treasury are authorized for the expenses of the inspection of cattle, sheep, swine, and goats and the meat and meat food products thereof which enter into interstate or foreign commerce and for all expenses necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Act relating to meat inspection, including rent and the employment of labor in Washington and elsewhere, for each year, and in addition there is authorized to be appropriated such other sums as may be necessary in the enforcement of the meat inspection laws.
This Act, referred to in text, is act June 30, 1906, ch. 3913, 34 Stat. 669, which made appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1907.
Section 2 of act June 26, 1934, which was classified to section 725a of former Title 31, Money and Finance, repealed the permanent appropriation under the title “Meat inspection, Bureau of Animal Industry (fiscal year) (3–114)” effective July 1, 1935, provided that such portions of any Acts as make permanent appropriations to be expended under such account are amended so as to authorize, in lieu thereof, annual appropriations from the general fund of the Treasury in identical terms and in such amounts as now provided by the laws providing such permanent appropriations, and authorized, in addition thereto, the appropriation of “such other sums as may be necessary in the enforcement of the meat inspection laws.” In the original, the parenthetical “(U.S.C., title
96, inclusive)” followed the phrase “meat inspection laws”. The “meat inspection laws” are classified generally to this chapter.
Section was not enacted as part of the Federal Meat Inspection Act which is classified to subchapters I to IV–A of this chapter.
Section was formerly classified to section
95 of this title.
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