The Administration of Federal Grants to States

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INDEX
Accounts
classification, 150
examination of, 118
form, 142
Adams Act. See agricultural research
Administrative areas
federal, 221
local, 256
states as, 229
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 9, 56, 233
Agricultural extension
agricultural adjustment program and, 233
assignment to colleges, 233
basic legislation, 9
division of costs
federal share, 322
local contributions, 360
state matching, 348
federal audit, 109
federal inspection, 95
plans and budgets, 50
reports, 133
state personnel
recruitment, 275
tenure, 298
training, 309
state-local relations, 249
withdrawal of grants, 166
See Association of
Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
Agricultural research
basic legislation, 7
division of costs
federal grant, 320
state matching, 355
federal inspection, 99
federal personnel, 88
federal-state cooperative, 48
relation to college boards, 241
reports, 137
review of projects, 42
state personnel
recruitment, 267
tenure, 299
withdrawal of grants, 157, 162
See Association of
Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
Aid to blind. See Public assistance
Aid to dependent children. See Public assistance
American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, 199n
American Association of State Highway Officials, 179, 182, 186, 191, 193, 195, 197
American Vocational Association, 179, 181
Apportionment of federal grants, 319
Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, 178, 180, 184, 189, 197, 199, 204
Association of State Foresters, 179, 183, 187
Audit
federal, 109
federal personnel, 118
Bankhead-Jones Act. See
Agricultural extension,
Agricultural research, Land-Grant Colleges
Bureau of Public Roads. See Highways
Capper-Ketcham Act. See
Agricultural extension
Chamberlain-Kahn Act. See
Public health
Child- and maternal-health services
division of costs, 333
federal organization, 211
plans and budgets, 64
Child welfare services
federal organization, 213
plans, 66
training employees, 308
Clarke-McNary Act. See Forestry
Clearing-house activities
agricultural research, 137
official associations, 203
Comptroller General, 115, 123
Conference of State and Territorial Health Officers, 179, 187, 193
Conferences, 178
Cooperative Farm Forestry Act of 1937.
See Forestry
Coordination
of federal activities, 215
County agents. See Agricultural extension
Crippled children's services
apportionment of grant, 139n
plans, 68
reports, 138
Devolution, in federal organization, 222
Disallowances, 124

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