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Monthly Treasury Statement of


/ 'Urqp-pts and Outlays of the United States Government

W for period from July 1,1976 through July 31,1976

6 .r, ABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILLIONS)

Al. coo
'. A Budget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing

...*...
bl By Reduction
NW t on Quarter Budget By of Cash By Total
S Rppints Outlay Surplus (a) Borrow g and Monetary Other Budget


or
Deficit (-)


from the
Public


Assets
Increase (-)


Means


Financing


Actual transition quarter (one month)..

Comparative data:
Actual prior quarter (one month) ....
Actual prior quarter (three months)..
Estimate for transition quarter
(three months) ..................


'22.660 I


P33,906' -11,247


20.056 -31,108 -11.052
72.275 90.805 -18.530

82.132 102.110 -19,978


TABLE II--SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In thousands)


Classification


RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes............................................................................
Corporation income taxes................... ...................................................
Social Insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ..............................................................
Unemployment insurance .................... .... .............................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement....................................................
Excise taxes ............... ....... .................................... .......... ...........
Estate and gift taxes................................ ..... ........................................
Customs ....................................... ........ ...............................
Miscellaneous ...................... .............................................. ...........

Total ........................ ...................... ........ ... ....... .. ..............
OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch.............................................................................
The Judiciary ....................... ..... .... ....... ........... .. ..... .............. ....
Executive Office of the President .......... .... ...... ...........................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ................................................................
International development assistance..............................................................
Other................... ................................ ..........................
Department of Agriculture .....................................................................
Department of Commerce.................................... ..... ...................... .........
Department of Defense Military..................................................................
Department of Defense Civil.....................................................................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare ......................................................
Department of Housing and Urban Development ....................................................
Departm ent of the Interior ... ................................................................
Department of Justice ............................................................... ..........
Department of Labor ...........................................................................
Department of State ........................................ ......................... .........
Department of Transportation ..........................................................................
Department of the Treasury:
interest on the public debt ....................................................................
General Revenue Sharing ...................................... ........... ...................
Other ..... .............................. .. ......................... ....................
Energy Research and Development Administration...................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..................................... ..............................
General Services Administration ...................................................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration....................................................
Veterans Administration............. ... ...................... ..... ......... .. ......................
Independent agencies ......... ........................ .........................................
Allowances, undistributed .................................. ......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ..............................................
Interest on certain Government accounts ........................................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands...............................................

T otal............................................. .......... ................................
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) .....................................................................

See footnotes on page 3.

Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury -


Actual
Transition
Quarter
to Date


P11.200.583
1.513.276

5 937.068
723.143
408.212
1.509.897
454.098
389.055
524.274


22,659 605


66.578
35.716
5.635

401.897
448.553
36.064
1,108.511
177.953
7.245 843
167.733
11 234.424
1.124.895
252.597
215 484
1.908.723
232.680
945.392

3 754.036
1.586 775
-244 677
233.372
439.015
-130.387
343.830
1.350 642
2.100.916

-321 107
-750 528
-64 383
33.906 184

-11 246.579
i i


Budget Estimates
Transition
Quarter'


t39.729.000
8.925.000

21.649.800
2.213.746
1,251,370
4.385 000
1 373.000
1.075 000
1.530 204


82.132 120


234.590
93.871
18.577
1.472,533
599.789
95.932
4.052.275
535.954
24,455,000
727 977
34.468 427
2 642 499
884,100
616 703
6 075 43,
401,724
3.402 270

10 100 000
1,626.589
436,758
1.189 589
1 187 914
11.443
908.300
4.370.150
5 104 374

-986 216
-2 116 075
500.000
112 110 488

-19.978 368


P5.964


7.800
23.452

18.946


*5.012


4.758
-1.751

6,100


-1.506
-3.171

-5.068


,11.247


11.052
18.530

19,978


- I I


1 _


I* -


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS


Outlays


Individual income taxes:
Withheld ................. ...................
Presidential Election Campaign Fund..............,.
Other ...... ................... ..................

Total --Individual income taxes ..................

Corporation income taxes.............................

Social insurance taxes and contributions.
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes.......
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .......
Deposits by States.........................

Total--FOASI trust fund ........ .........

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes .......
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes...,.....
Deposits by States ............,............

Total--FDI trust fund.........................

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes.........
Receipts from railroad retirement account........
Deposits by States .............................
Premiums collected fbr uninsured individuals.....

Total--FHI trust fund ........................

Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Tax Act taxes ..............

Total--Employment taxes and contributions .....

Unemployment Insurance:
Unemployment trust fund:
State taxes deposited in Treasury................
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ............
Railroad Unemployment Ins. Act contributions ....

Total--Unemployment trust fund................

Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical Ins. trust fund:
Premiums collected for the aged ................
Premiums collected for the disabled .............

Total--FSMI trust fund ......................

Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund.......
Foreign service retirement and disability fund ....
Other.........................................

Total--Federal employees retirement
contributions .........................
See footnotes on page 3.


This Month

SApplicable Net
Receipts Outlays


Transition Quarter to Date

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays
i


Comparable Prior Quarter

Outlays Applicable Net
uays Receipts Outlays


510,730,679 j '10,730,679 -9,204,747
324 1 324 257
1,018,270 I1.018,270 908,373

11.749.272 '548,689 11,200,583 11,749,272 !548.689 211,200,583 10,113,377 '498,127

1.885.421 372,145 1,513,276 1,885,421 372,145 1,513,276 1,838,199 471.120


4,422,000 .......... 4,422,000

3810,561 .......... -814,561

4,340,439 .......... 4,340,439
.. ..- :_, ~_ -_ -- -_


19.615,250

1,367,078


4,422,000 .......... 4,422,000 3,955,000 ............ 3.955.000

-81,561 .....-81,561 -9599 .......... -9,599

4,340,439 .......... 4,340,439 3,945,401 ............ 3,945,401


581,000 .......... 581,000 581,000 .......... 581,000
............. .......... ... .. ,... ........ ..... ...... ... .... .....
33,143 .......... 33,143 33 143 .......... 33,143

614,143 .......... 614,143 614,143 .......... 614,143


910,000
.............,

51.877
736


962,613 ..........


19,884


910,000


51,877
736

962,613


12 19,872


910.000
..............

51,877
736


962,613 ..........


19,884


5,937,080 12 5,937,068 5.937,080
= -


588,538 ..........
136,174 3,096
1,527 ..........


588,538
133,078
1,527


588,538
136.174
1,527


.......... 910,000


5..... 51,877
.......... 736


962,613


12 19,872


520,000

5,045


525,045 ............


813,000


7,897
675


821,572 ............


520,000
..............
5.045

525.045


813.000
............. .

7,897
675

821,572


17,388 ............


17.388


12 5,937,068 5,309.405 ............ 5.309,405
_-' _-.. .


.........
3,096
..........


588,538
133,078
1,527


726,239 3,096 723,143 726,239 3,096 723,143
---- -- -- -


161,736
15,926


161,736
15,926


161,736
15,926


161,736
15,926


315,000 ............ 315.000
131,534 3.092 128.443
439 ............ 439

446,974 3,092 443,882


144,634 ............
15,861 .............


144.634
15,861


177,662 .......... 177,662 177,662 .......... 177,662 160,494 ............ 160.494


224,956 .......... 224,956 224,956 .......... 224,956 210,831 ............ 210,831
1,331 .......... 1,331 1,331 .......... 1,331 1,484 ............ 1,484
69i .......... 69, 69 .......... 2 ,3 69 2 ............ I 2


226,357 .......... 226,357 226,357 .......... 226,357 212,317 ............ 212.317


. I


- --- --- --


- _~__ r


............
............
............


..........
..........


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.=,,....,..
.,,,,...,..


............
.:......o....
. ..........
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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Outlays Aece Ot Outlays Outlays
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays

Social insurance taxes and contributions--Continued
Contributions for other insurance and retirement--
Continued
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ....... 44,194 .......... 4,194 54,194 .......... 54,194 11,989 ............ $1,989

Total--Contributions for other insurance and
retirement................... .......408,212 .......... 408,212 408,212 .......... 408,212 374,800 ............ 374,800

Total--Social insurance taxes and contributions...... 7,071,531 33,108 7,068,423 7,071,531 13,108 7,068,423 6,131,180 23,092 6,128,088

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes.......................... 885,968 11,282 874,687 885,968 11,282 874,687 864,579 10,584 853,995
Airport and airway trust fund...................... 91,810 .......... 91,810 91,810 .......... 91,810 88,490 ............ 88,490
Highway trust fund..................................... 543,400 .......... 543,400 543,400 .......... 543,400 571,800 ............,800

Total--Excise taxes ........................... 1.521,178 11,282 1,509,897 1,521,178 11,282 1,509,897 1,524,869 10,584 1,514,285

Estate and gift taxes.................................. 463,260 9,162 454,098 463,260 9,162 454,098 509,122 6,458 502,664

Customs duties....................................... .398,712 9,657 389,055 398,712 9.657 389,055 322,918 9,770 313,148

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks........ 487,073 .......... 487,073 487,073 .......... 487,073 457,402 ............ 457,402
Fees for licenses to import petroleum and petroleum
products.........................................-18,788 .......... -18,788 -18,788 .......... -18,788 117,309 ............ 117,309
All other ...................... ..................... 56,191 203 55,988 56,191 203 55,988 40,534 8 40,526

Total--Miscellaneous receipts..................... 524,477 203 524,274 524,477 203 524,274 615,245 8 615,237

Total--Budget receipts............................ 23,613,851 954,247 22,659,605 23,613,851 954,247 22,659,605 21,054,910 999,159 20,055,751


FOOTNOTES

Note: Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals because of rounding.


LBased on revised estimates of the 1977 Budget update released July 16,
1976.
2Includes $85,020,541 distribution to Federal Disability and Hospital
Insurance Trust Funds.
5Iursuant to order of the Federal District Court, fees for licenses to
import petroleum products are being held in a deposit fund until adjudicated
by court order. The oil import fees were upheld by the Supreme Court in a
unanimous decision on June 17, 1976 and therefore amounts held for July 1976
subject to court order are included in budget receipts. The current transactions
ir.clude $1,171,294.24 collected in July 1976 and refunds of $19,959,477.71 of
amounts collected prior to August 11, 1975.


4Includes $10,800,309 of interest collected on investments of oil import
fees held subject to court order (see footnote 3 for details).
5Transactions cover the period July 1, 1976 through July 16, 1976 and are
partially estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00
6Represents reimbursements for Outlays made during fiscal year 1976.
The reimbursement was made from the Appropriation Account, Administrative
Expenses, Economic Assistance included under 'Other Assistance Programs,"
Appropriating Legislation was signed in July 1976.


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Contlnued (in thousands)


Cl siU ic.U iiiiin of
OUTLAYS


Legislative Branch:
Senate..............................................
Mouse of Representarives.... .......................
Joint Item s .................................. .....
Congressional Budget Office ........................
Architect ol the Capitol .........................
Library of Congress ................. ..............
Government Printing Office:
General fund appropriations .......................
Revolving fund (net)............................
General Accounting Office...........................
United States Tax Court............................
Other ..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................

Total--Legislative Branch ......................

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States ...................
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other
judicial services ..................................
Federal Judicial Center ............................
Space and facilities, The Judiciary ..................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--The Judiciary .............. ...........

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President.......................
The White House Office .............................
Office of Management and Budget.....................
Office of Telecommunications Policy .................
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention.......
Other .................. .........................

Total--Executive Office of the President...........

Funds Appropriated to the President:
Appalachian regional development programs...........
Disaster relief....................................
Expansion of defense production .....................
Foreign assistance:
International security assistance:
Liquidation of foreign military sales fund .........
Military assistance.............................
Military assistance, South Vietnamese Forces ....
Foreign military credit sales ...................
Security supporting assistance...................
Emergency security assistance for Israel.........
Advances, foreign military sales.................
Other ....... .......,.........................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Advances, foreign military sales ...............
Other ........................................

Total--International security assistance......

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays Alpplicabl Net
Receipts Outlays


E10,788
19,527
573
468
4,536
9.098

14,227
-5,214
11.758
753
1,267

-66

67,715


4 ,


. .. .. .







1,132


1,137


612 ..........


19,001
340
14,556
1,835
..............


629


36,345 629
-- -


21
1,672
1,552
308
452
1,632


5.635 ...........


18,047 2
17,718 ..........


-10,123
7,523
74
494.985
215,043
10,678
995.766



........13,.

1.713,946i


1,220,047
92,002

1,312,049


Transition Quarter to D.


Outlays


110,788
19,523
573
468
4,536
9,098

14,227
-5,214
11,758
753
1,267
-1,132
-66

66,578


612

19.001
340,
14,556
1,835
-629


S35,716


21.
1,672:
1,552
308
4521
1,6321

5,635


, 18.044


4- -
S 17,7181



-10,123
7,523
74
494,985
215,043
10,678
995,766


-1,220,047
-92.002

401,897


?10.788
19,527
573
468
4,536
9,098

14,227
-5,214
11,758
753
1,267

-66

67.715


Applicable
Receipts



:'4










1.132


1.137


612 ...........


19,001
340
14,556
1,835


36,345


21
1,672
1,552
308
452
1,632


629


ate

Nel
Outlay.


.10,788
19,523
573
468
4,536
9,098

14.227
-5,214
11,758
753
1,267
-1.132
-66

66.578


612

19,001
340
14,556
1.835
-629


629 35.716


5,635 ............
-i- I.


18,047.
17,718.



-10,123
7,523
741
494,985
215,043
10,678
995,766


...............


1,713,946


2,
..... .. .....



............





...........


1,220,047
92,002

1,312,049


21
1,672
1,552
308
452
1,632

5,635


Comparable Prizlr Quarler


Outlays AppliLabhl
He pt Its


o10,091
1,697
205

5,215
10.497

5,445
-7.955
11,690
816
994



38.696


555
122
..............


............


............
............
.......... ..
............


............



767


NIl
Out l.I\h


o10.091
1.697
205

5.215
10.497

5.445
-7.955
11.690
816
994
-767


37,929


515



555
122
m


1.191


21
2.014
1.682
234
458
1,335


21
2.014
1.682
234
458
1,335

5.744


28.900
19.686
-1.861


5.744 ............
- r -_-- = --- = r


18,044 28.900
17,718 19.686


-10,123
7,523
74
494,985
215,043
10,678
995,766
.............

-1,220.047
-92,0021

401,8971


1,861


-380 ............ -380
15.505 ............ 15,505
8,078 ........... 8,078
7,903 ........... 7,903
45.914 ............ 45,914
43,353 ............ 43,353
332,549 ............ 332,549
1.901 ........... 1,901

.............. 338,638 -338,638
.......... ... 41,212 I -41,212

454,823 379,850 74,973
-.1- -~-


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...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


............
............
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............
............
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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of -
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outs Applicable Net Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays ays Receipts Outlays


Funds Appropriated to the President--Continued
Foreign assistance--Continued
Indochina postwar reconstruction assistance........
International development assistance:
Multilateral assistance:
International financial institutions ............
International organizations and programs ......
Bilateral assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
Development loans revolving fund ...........
Overseas Private Investment Corporation....
Inter-American Foundation................
Other .................................. .
Functional development assistance program ....
Payment to foreign service retirement and
disability fund..............................
American schools and hospitals abroad ........
International disaster assistance..............
Other assistance programs...................
Intragovernmental funds.....................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..........

Total-Bilateral assistance.................

Total--International development assistance...

International Narcotics Control Assistance ..........
President's foreign assistance contingency fund.......
Middle East special requirements fund..............

Total--Foreign assistance .......................

Other................................................

Total--Funds Appropriated to the President.........

Department of Agriculture-
Departmental management.........................
Science and education programs-
Agricultural Research Service....................
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service..........
Cooperative State Research Service ..............
Extension Service ...............................
National Agricultural Library ....................

Total--Science and education programs...........

Agricultural economics:
StatLtical Reporting Service .....................
Economic Research Service ......................
Marketing Services .................................
International programs
Foreign Agricultural Service ......................
Foreign assistance and special export programs....
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service-
Salaries and expenses ..........................
Sugar act program.............................
Agricultural conservation program (REAP).........
Cropland adjustment program ....................
Emergency conservation measures ................
Forestry incentives programs ....................
Other............................. .. ......,

Total- -Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation
Service .. ..................................


-4,.000


334.476: ..........
27.358 ..........


35,505 $136
5,655 4,321
409 ..........
757 759
-90,748 ..........

580 ........
3.505 ..........
3,666 ..........
172,581 ..........
-158 ..........
........ 39,817

131,752 45,033

493.586 45.033 '


1.613
95
2.558


2.207.799 1,357.082


-e4.000


334.476
27.358


35.370
1.334
409
-3
-90,748

580
3,505
3,666
172,581
-158
-39.817

86,719

448.553


1.613
95
2.558


-84.000


334.476
27,358


35,505
5.655
409
757
-90,748

580
3,505
3,666
172,581
-158


131,752

493,586


1,613 ...
95 .......
2,558 .......


850.717 2,207,799 1,35,7082
--C-- _-t-- -


$136
4.321

759
..........





39.817

45,033


45.033


-14,000


334,476
27.358


35,370
1,334
409
-3
-90,748

580
3,505
3,666
172,581
-158
-39.817

86719


448.553


513,126 ... .. ..


124,221 ...........
31,482 ...........


44,042
-711
683
320
68,745


521,538
5.653
1
839
...........


1,920 ...........
-11,246 ...........
23,960 ...........
-552 ...........
........ 4,855

127,161 32.887


282,865


513,126


124.221
31.482


22,504
-6.365
682
-519
68,745

1,920
-11,246
23.960
-552
-4.855

94,274


32,887 |

...........
...........
..........


1,613 3.680
... 95 -44
.. 2,558 6.250


850,717


760.699


35 ........ .


249,977

3,680
-44
6.250


412,737 I 347.962


112 ........... 112


2,243,599 1,357,084 886,515 2,243,599 1,357,084 886,515 808,397 414,598 394,799


4,659 .......... 4.659 4,59 .......... 4.659 5,993 ..........5.993

23.000 .......... 23.000 23,000 .......... 23.000 24.371 ........... 24.371
31,788 .......... 31,788 31,788 31.788 33,619 ........... 33.619
6,634 .......... 6,634 6,34 .......... 6.634 5,10 ........... 5,190
7,937 .......... 7,937 7,937 .......... 7.937 5,841 ......... 5.841
313 .......... 313 313 .......... 313 489 .........489


69,672


.......... 69,672


69,672


2,634 ........... 2,634
555 ........ 555
583 ........ 583

3,864 ....... 3,864
19,287 ....... 19,287

5.981 .......... 5.981
6 ........ 6
36,290 .......... 36,290
-7 .......... -7
1,169 .......... 1,169
677 .......... 677
134 .......... 134


44,250 ..........


44.250


2,634 ..........
555 ..........
583 ..........

3,864 ..........
19,287 ..........

5,981 ........
6,28 ... ......
6
36,290
-7 ........
1,169 ..........
677 ..........
134 ..........


44,250


69,672

2.634
555
583

3,864
19,287
5,981
6
36,290
-7
1,169
677
134


44,250


69,509 ........... 6,509


2.494
2.130
781

3,606
148,480

4.187
37
4.967
-19
247
267
90


9,774


2,494
2.130
781

3,806
148,480

4.187
37
4,967
-19
247
267
90

9.774


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Corporations:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund.........
Administrative and operating expenses..........
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs .............
Special activities:
Intragovernmental funds.....................
National Wool Act program ...................

Total--Commodity Credit Corporation ......

Total--Corporations.........................
Rural development:
Rural Development Service ....................
Rural Electrification Administration...............
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund...................
Agricultural credit insurance fund.............
Rural development insurance fund .............
Other................... ..... ...........
Rural water and waste disposal grants ...........
Salaries and expenses.........................
Other.........................................

Total--Farmers Home Administration .........

Total--Rural development .....................

Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations ......................
Watershed and flood prevention operations........
Other........... ............... ..... .........
Consumer programs:
Agricultural Marketing Service:
Marketing services ..........................
Funds for strengthening markets, income and
supply .....................................
Milk market orders assessment fund..........
Other.................. ................... ..

Total--Agricultural Marketing Service.......

Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program.......................
Special milk program ............... ........
Child nutrition program .................
Food donations program.....................

Total--Food and Nutrition Service............

Total--Consumer Programs ..................
See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays


S2,029
1,536

347,680

967
409

349,056

352,621


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


$2,695 -8666
.......... 1,536

126,972 220,708

.......... 967
_.......... 409 1

126,972 222,084

129.667 222.954


92
1,777


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


$2,029
1,536

347,680

967
409

349,056

352,621


92 .. ........
1,777 ...........


$2,695

126,972



126,972

129.667


-866
1,536


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


$843 $2,988
2.145 ..........


220.708 193,833 168.004

967 64 ..........
409 304 ..........

222,084 194,201 168.004

222,954 197,190 170.992


92
1.777


113
2,266


-$2,144
2.145

25 829

64
304

26.197

26.198


113
2.266


~----a -- ___

285,660 205.214 80,446 285,660 205.214 80.446 386,331 456.965 -70.634
107,557 215,454 -107,897 107,557 215.454 -107.897 179,546 30,630 148.916
78,385 73.568 4,817 78,385 73,568 4,817 70.573 104.254 -33.681
-198 44 -241 -198 44 -241 -197 31 -228
6.781 ......... 6,781 6,781 ........... 1 6.781 5,627 .......... 5.627
13.708 ......... 13,708 13,708 ........... 13,708 13.135 .......... 13.135
2,648 ......... 2.648 2.648 ........... 2.648 1,578 .......... 1,578

494.541 494,280 261 494,541 494,280 261 656.593 591,880 64.713

496.410 494,280 2,130 496,410 494,280 2,130 658,972 591,880 67,092
rtr --- -_ fi---- --- -- _

19,906 ......... 19,906 19,906 ........... 19,906 22,827 .......... 22,827
14,168 ......... 14,168 14,168 ........... 14.168 14,460 .......... 14,460
6,526 ......... 6,526 6,526 ........... i 6,526 7,516 .......... 7.516
-- __-_ ---4:-- ---- -- -

4,579 ......... 4,579 4,579 ........... 4,579 5,547 .......... 5.547

5,142 ......... ,142 55,142 1...... 5,142 13,500 .......... 13.500
1.737 1,826 -89 1,737 1,826 -89 1,674 1.833 -159
2.516 ....... 2,516 2.516 ..........._ 2,516 2575 575 ... ..2.575

13,974 1,826 12,148 13,974 1,826 12,148 23,296 1,833 21,463

472,292 ......... 472,292 472,292 ........... 472,292 1 507.743 .......... 507.743
15,264 ......... 15,264 15,264 ........... 15,264 468 .......... 468
190,436 ......... 190,436 190,436 ........... 190,436 34,483 .......... 34.483
188 ......... 188 188 ........... 188 ............. ......... ..............

678,181 ......... 678,181 678,181 ........... 678,181 542,694 .......... 542,694

692,154 1,826 690,328 692,154 1,826 690,328 565,990 1,833 564,157


1 1 1I


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TABLE II,--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Applicable Net Ou Applicable Net Out Applicable Net
uays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds..........................
Forest protection and utilization ...................
Construction and land acquisition .................
Forest roads and trails .........................
Forest Service permanent appropriations ...........
Cooperative work................................
Other ...........................................

Total--Forest Service .........................

Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--Department of Agriculture................

Department of Commerce:
General Administration ............................
Office of Energy Programs ........................
Bureau of the Census ...............................
Bureau of Economic Analysis.......................
Economic Development Assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund............
Economic development assistance programs.......
Job opportunities program .....................
Other...............................................
Regional Action Planning Commissions .............

Total--Economic Development Assistance........

Promotion of Industry and Commerce:
Domestic and International Business Administration..
Minority Business Enterprise .....................
United States Travel Service .....................

Total--Promotion of Industry and Commerce......

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration....
National Fire Prevention and Control Administration.
Patent and Trademark Office .....................
Science and Technical Research ...................

Total--Science and Technology..................

Maritime Administration:
Public enterprise funds ........................
Ship construction................................
Operating-differential subsidies.................
Other ..........................................

Total--Marittme Administration .................

Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions ........................

Total--Department of Commerce.................


s2,599
61,663
2,073
-24,376
41,262
5,549
8,732

97,503


32,599
61,663
2,073
-24,376
41,262
5,549
8,732

97,503


___________I 1-- -


............

1,824,792


3,690
123
8,114
949


7
35,488
28,935
2,206
14,722

81.358


5,331
4,510
1,429

11,270


37,930
428
6,487
5,933

50,780


791
9,950
23,272
4,279

38,292


-5,711

188,865


890,508

716,280


..........
..........
..........
..........


3,865
..........
..........
..........


3,865









251




251


1,938
..........
..........
..........

1,938

4,857


10,912


-90,508

1,108,511


3,690
123
8,114
949


-3,857
35,488
28,935
2,206
14,722

77,493


5,331
4,510
1,429

11,270


37,679
428
6,487
5,933

50,529


-1,147
9,950
23,272
4,279

36,354

-4,857
-5,711

177,953


..........
...........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........

..........

a90,508
rrorerrr





$90, 508


s2,599
61,663
2,073
-24,376
41,262
5,549
8,732

97,503

............

1,824,792


3,690
123
8,114
949


7
35,488
28,935
2,206
14,722

81,358


5,331
4,510
1,429

11,270


37,930
428
6,487
5,933

50,780


791
9,950
23,272
4,279

38,292'


-5,711

188,865


$2,599
61,663
2,073
-24,376
41,262
5,549
8,732

97,503

-90,508


1,108,511


3,690
123
8,114
949


-3,857
35,488
28,935
2,206
14,722

77,493


5,331
4,510
1,429

11,270


37,679
428
6,487
5,933

50,529


-1,147
9,950
23,272
4,279

36,354

-4,857
-5,711

177,953


$1,611
70,180
2,527
16,673
2,506
5,067
3,572

102,136


1,811,859


3,685

14,243



13
18,714
16,456
3,233
11,403

49,818


6,146
6,291
1,362

13,799


46,471
221
8,720
8,261

63,674


120
6,650
42,941
6,928

56,640


-12,366

189,493


.. ........ .. S52,996


817,701

............
............
............



3,899
............
............
........o....
............

3,899


............
.. ..........
............


4 4


716,280







3,865




3,865









251



251



1,938




1,938

4,857
..10,912


$1,611
70,180
2,527
16,673
2,506
5,067
3,572


102,136

-52,996


994,158


3,685

14,243



-3,886
18,714
16,456
3,233
11,403

45,919


6,146
6,291
1,362

13,799


46,352
221
8,720
8,261

63,555


-703
6,650
42,941
6,928

55,817

-1,233
-12,366

183,420


~I~-


- ~- -------- -- -- -------~-~


119
............



119


823

............


823

1,233
... 6,073
6,073


............
............
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............
............
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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of Defense--Military:
Military personnel-
Department of the Army..........................
Department of the Navy ..........................
Department of the Air Force......................

Total--Milliary personnel......................

Retired Military personnel ........................
Operation and maintenance:
Department of the Army.........................
Department of the Navy ..........................
Department of the Air Force .....................
Defense agencies.............................

Total--Operation and maintenance...............

Procurement:
Department of the Army ..........................
Department of the Navy .........................
Department of the Air Force.....................
Defense agencies ................................

Total--Procurement ..........................

Research, development, test and evaluation:
Department of the Army.........................
Department of the Navy ..........................
Department of the Air Force......................
Defense agencies ..............................

Total--Research, development, test and
evaluation ..................................

Military construction:
Department of the Army.........................
Department of the Navy .........................
Department of the Air Force......................
Defense agencies ...............................

Total--Military construction....................

Family housing:
Homeowners assistance fund .....................
Other ............. ........ ................. ....

Total--Family housing ........................

Civil Defense ...................................
Special foreign currency program ..................
Revolving and management funds:
Public enterprise funds:
Department of the Army.........................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force..................
Intragovernmental funds:
Department of the Army ......................
Department of the Navy .......................
Department of the Air Force. .................
Defense agencies...........................

Total--Revolving and management funds .......

See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays


F830.155
625,957
632.821

2.088,932


645.639


644,578
723.975
730,253
216,546

2,315.352


This Month

Applicable
Receipts






..........


Net
Outlays




l830.155
625.957
632,821

2,088.932


645.639

644,578
723.975
730.253
216,546

2.315,352


Transition Quarter to D;


Outlays




3830.155
625.957
632,821

2.088,932


645,639

644,578
723,975
730,253
216,546

2.315.352


Applicable
Receipts






..........


-4


ate

Net
Outlays




?830,155
625,957
632,821

2.088,932


645,639

644,578
723,975
730.253
216.546

2.315,352


_________ ______ _______________ I-- ______


8.362
685,815
645.069
7,552


1,346,797


8,362
685,815
645.069
7,552


1,346,797


8.362
685,815
645.069
7,552


1.346,797


8,362
685.815
645,069
7,552

1,346,797


Outl


'8
6


Comparable Prior Quarter

ays Applicable
yReceipts C




10,253 ...........
13.475 ............


644.948

2.068.676


554,060

637,705
740.238
718,196
198,692

2.294.831


-11.783
695.558
528,539
13.146


1,225,460


Net
)utlays


$810.253
613.475


644,948

2.068.676

554,060

637.705
740.238
718.196
198.692

2.294.831


-11,783
695.558
528.539
13.146


1,225,460


157.711 .......... 157,711 157,711 .......... 157,711 137.850 ............ 137,850
241,701 .......... 241,701 241,701 .......... 241,701 250.444 .......... 250,444
279.630 .......... 279.630 279,630 .......... 279,630 282,870 ........... 282,870
49,162 .......... 49.162 49,162 ........... 49,162 38,338 ............ 38.338


728,205 ......... 728,205 728,205 ......... 728,205 709.502 ........... 709.502


96.796 ........ 96,796 96,796 .......... 96,796 50,834 ............ 50,834
58,556 .......... 58,556 58,556 .......... 58.556 46,139 ............ 46.139
36.785 .......... 36.785 36,785 .......... 36,785 27.562 ............ 27.562
1.253 .......... 1.253 1,253 .......... 1,253 1.197 ............ 1.197

193.390 .......... 193.390 193,390 .......... 193,390 125,732 ........... 125.732


258 $420 -162 258 $420 -162 175 ............ 175
92,068 .......... 92,066 92,066 .......... 92.066 96.052 ............ 96.052

92,324 420 91,904 92.324 420 91,904 96,227 ............ 96,227

4,820 .......... 4,820 4,820 .......... 4,820 3,740 ............ 3,740
373 .......... 373 373 .......... 373 247 ............ 247


f-i .... ... ( )) .... ....... ............. ............ ..............
-3 122 -125 -3 122 -125 93 371 22
............. .......... ............ .............. ......... ............ ............ : )

11,352 .......... 11,352 11,352 .......... 11,352 111.020 ............ 111.020
74,012 .......... 74,012 74,012 .......... 74,012 13,983 ............ 13,983
-51,112 .......... -51,112 -51,112 .......... -51.112 -32,225 ............ -32,225
-60.363 .......... -60,363 -60,63 .......... -60.363 -49,812 ............ -49,812

-26,114 122 -22 36 -26,114 122 -26,236 43,059 71 42,988


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of Defense Miltary--Continued
Miscellaneous trust revolving funds .................
Miscellaneous trust funds ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Department of Defense- -Military ...........

Department of Defense--Clvil-
Cemeterial expenses, Army ......................
Corps of Engineers:
Intragovernmental funds..........................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home revolving fund........
Other .........................................
The Panama Canal:
Panama Canal Company .........................
Other.......................... ..................
Other r................................ .............
Proprietary receipts from the public...............
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Department of Defense--Civil .............

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Food and Drug Administration ......................
Health Services Administration:
Health maintenance organization loan and loan
guarantee fund.................................
Health services ........................ ......
Indian health services and facilities.................
Other................. .... ..................
Center for Disease Control .......................
National Institutes of Health:
Int ragovern mental funds........................
Cancer research.............................
Heart and lung research.........................
Arthritis, metabolism and digestive diseases......
Neurological diseases and stroke .................
Allergy and infectious diseases .... .. ......
General medical sciences.......................
Child health and human development ...............
Other research Institutes ........................
Other. ...........................................

Total--National Institutes of Health .............

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Administration:
Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health ............
Saint Elizabeths Hospital .......................
Other.........................................
Health Resources Administration:
Public enterprise funds...........................
Health resources ...............................
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health..............

Sef footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Transition Quarter to Date


Comparable Prior Quarter


OutlaApplicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


!5,776 110,303 -S4,528 $5,776 $10,303 -54,528 34,210 $8,380 -4.169
885 .......... 885 885 ........... 885 107 ............ 107
.............. 144,441 -144.441 ............... 144,441 -144,441 ................ 79,817 -79,817
4,749 .......... 4,749 4,749 ........... 4,749 754 ............ 754

7,401,129 155,286 7,245,843 7,401,129 155,286 7,245,843 7,126,605 88,268 7,038,337


469 .......... 469 469 ........... 469 212 ............ 212

2,705 .......... 2,705 2,705 ........... 2,705 49,042 ............ 49,042
170,679 .......... 170,679 170,679 ........... 170,679 121,771 ............ 121,771
.............. 6,464 -6,464 ............... 6,464 -6,464 ............... 4,625 -4,625

7 20 -13 7 20 -13 17 23 -6
1,110 .......... ,110 ,110 ........... 1,110 1,351 ............ 1,351

25.857 22,682 3,175 25,857 22,682 3,175 21,172 22,328 -1,156
1,029 .......... 1,029 1,029 ........... 1,029 -4 ............ -4
27 .......... 27 27 ........... 27 79 ............ 79
.............. 3,791 -3,791 ............... 3,791 -3,791 ............... 2,063 -2,063
-1 194 .......... -1,194 -1,194 ........... -1,194 ............... ........... .............

200,691 32,958 167,733 200,691 32,958 167,733 193,639 29.040 164,599


18,015 620 17,394 18.015 620 17,394 23,649 468 23,180


1,742 .......... 1,742 1,742 ........... 1,742 ............... ............ ..............
56.522 .......... 56,522 56,522 ........... 56,522 66,796 ............ 68,796
31,861 .......... 31,861 31,861 ........... 31,861 29,222 ............ 29,222
(*) (..........*) (*) 19 ............ 19
14.117 .......... 14,117 14,117 ........... 14,117 16,900 ............ 816,900


-46,228
74,970
32,452
11.093
10,002
14,170
9,421
10,397
26,005
5,953

148,235


-46,228
74,970
32,452
11,093
10,002
14,170
9.421
10,397
26,005
5,953

148,235


________ mL-vz- ~


82.987
5.200
-61

11,197
76,857
29,487


..........
..........
.......I...

9,652
..........
..........


82,987
5.200
-61

1.545
76,857
29,487


-46,228
74,970
32,452
11,093
10,002
14,170
9,421
10,397
26,005
5,953

148,235



82,987
5,200
-81

11,197
76,857
29,487


...........

...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

...........
...........

...........


9.652
...........
..'.. .


-46,228
74,970
32,452
11,093
10,002
14,170
9,421
10,397
26.005
5,953

148,235


82,987
5,200
-61

1,545
76,857
29,487


21,616
34,780
19,654
13,373
11,289
11,355
30,326
13,128
20,518
2.852

178,891


94,808
8,127
16

5.015
49,927
43,168


............
............
............

6,311
............
............


21,616
34,780
19,654
13,373
11,289
11.355
30,326
13,128
20,518
2,852

178,891



94,808
8,127
16

-1.296
49,927
43.168


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Education Division:
Office of Education:
Public enterprise funds:
Student loan insurance fund...................
Higher education facilities loan and insurance
fund .......................................
Elementary and secondary education .............
ndian education............................
School assistance in federally affected areas......
Emergency school aid ........................
Education for the handicapped ...................
Occupational, vocational, and adult education .....
Higher education...............................
Library resources ........................
Educational development........................
Other.........................................

Total--Office of Education ..................

National Institute of Education....................
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education......

Total--Education Division.......................

Social and Rehabilitation Service:
Public assistance:
Social Services ..............................
Health care services ..........................
Public assistance and other income supplements...
Work Incentives..................................
Special assistance to refugees from Cambodia,
Vietnam and Cuba in the United States.............
Other...........................................

Total--Social and Rehabilitation Service..........

Social Security Administration:
Intragovernmental funds ..........................
Payments to social security trust funds:
Health care services......................
General retirement and disability insurance......
Special benefits for disabled coal miners ...........
Supplemental security income program .............
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments................................
Administrative expenses and construction.........
Payment to railroad retirement account..........
Vocational rehabilitation services................

Total--FOA trust fund......................

Federal disability insurance trust fund
Benefit payments...............................
Administrative expenses and construction.........
Payment to railroad retirement account .......
Vocational rehabilitation services................

Total--FDIl trust fund........................


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


Applicable
receipts


I -- 11 I 4Ii-


$18,280

1,614
134,428
344
8,749
22,170
21,275
41,065
120,711
9,716
479
12,514


11,626

1,802
... .. ..

.........
.... ....
.. .. .


$16,854

-188
134,428
344
8,749
22,170
21,275
41,065
120,711
9,716
479
12,514


$18,280

1,614
134,428
344
8,749
22,170
21,275
41,065
120,711
9,716
479
12,514


$1,626

1,802


$16,654

-188
134,428
344
8,749
22,170
21,275
41,065
120,711
9,716
479
12,514


$8,725
904
110,106
5,389
560
24,306
13,822
50,947
170,925
12,012
7,574
10.432


$395

2,152


Net
Outlays


$8,330

-1,248
110,106
5,389
560
24,306
13,822
50,947
170,925
12,012
7,574
10,432


391,345 3,428 387,917 391,345 3,428 387,917 415,702 2,547 413,155

5,860 ......... 5,860 5,860 .......... 5,860 7,327 ........... 7,327
-315 ......... -315 -315 .......... -315 241 ......... 241
396,891 3,428 393,462 396,891 3,428 393,462 423,270 2,547 420,723


64,690 ......... 64,690 64,690 .......... 64,690 103,869 ........... 10,869
971,090 ........ 97,09990971,0 .......... 971,090 795,808 ........ 795,80
417,716 ......... 417,716 417,716 .......... 417,716 393,665 ...........3,665
18,973 ......... 18,973 18,973 .......... 18,973 10,980 ........... 10,980

8,190 ........ 8,190 8,190 .......... 8,190 8,250 ........... 6,250
4,217 ......... 4,217 4,217 .......... 4,217 _5,642 ......... 5,642

1,484,87 ......... 1,44,87 1,484,876 .......... 1,484,876 1,316,213 ........... 1,316,213

367 ......... 67 367 .......... 367 495 ........... 495

383,771 ......... 383,771 383,771 ........383,771 212,889 ..2...... 212,89
78,950 ......... 78,950 78,950 ........... 8, 75,8 08 ........... 75,80
516,295 ......... 518,295 516,295 .......... 518,295 437,301 ....4,.... 437,301
5,598,946 ......... 5,598,946 5,598,94 .......... 5,598,946 946 5,035,091 ........... 5,035,091
76,70 ......... 0 7,70 .......... 7, ,760 104,80 ........... 104,280


5,675,70 ......... 5,75,7570 5,6,70 .......... 5,675,706 5,139,371 .......... 5,139,371


843,237
24,293
.. .. .. .. ..
.. .. .. .. ..


843,237
24,293


843,237
24,293


843,237
24,293


720,694
30,664
..............


720,694
30,684


867,530 ......... 87.530 87,530 ......... 87,530 751,78 ..........


..........
..........
.,,,,,...


...........
...........
.....,,,,,,
.,,........








TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net O Applicable Net
uays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Social Security Administration--Continued
Federal hospital Insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses and construction........

Total--FI trust fund .......................

Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund:
Benefit payments .................. ..........
Administrative expenses and construction.........

Total--FSMI trust fund .....................

Total--Social Security Administration ...........

Special institutions:
American Printing House for the Blind............
National Technical Institute for the Deaf ...........
Gallaudet College ..............................
Howard University........................ .....

Total--Special nstitutions................ ...

Assistant Secretary for Human Development:
Human development...........................
Research and training activities overseas..........
Departmental management:
Intragovernmental funds.........................
Office for Civil Rights ..........................
General Departmental management ...............
Other .......................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ............
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund ...
Payments for military service credits and special
benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trustfund ....
Federal disability insurance trust fund............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Receipts transferred to railroad retirement account.
Interest on reimbursement of administrative and
vocational rehabilitation expenses:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund ....
Federal disability insurance trust fund...........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund ...
Other ........................................

Total--Department of Health. Education, and
Wellare .......................................


S1.075,997 ..........
26,002 ..........

1,101,999 ..........


401,047
45,937


11,075,997
26,002

1,101,999


11,075.997
26,002

1,101,999


*1- -


401,047
45,937


401,047
45.937


91,075,997
26,002


S957,895
34,128


1-4 128


1,101,999


401,047
45.937


992,023


358,997
15. 52


I- I- -


$957,895
34.128


992,023


358,997
1 5r2


446,984 .......... 446,984 446,984 .......... 446,984 410,499 ........... 410,499

9,071,602 .......... 9,071,602 9,071,602 .......... 9,071,602 8,019,762 ........ 8,019.762


200 .......... 200 200 ......... 200 200 200
800 .......... 800 800 .......... 800 750 ........... 750
2,835 .......... 2,835 2,835 .......... 2,835 1,691 ........... 1,691
7,706 .......... 7,706 7,706 .......... 7,706 6,235 ........... 6,235
11,541 .......... 11,541 11,541 .......... 11,541 8,876 ...........8,876


181.020 .......... 181,020 181,020 .......... 181,020 71,594 ........... 71,594
136 .......... 136 136 ......... 136 386 ........... 386

-234 .......... -234 -234 .......... -234 4,659 ........... 4,659
1,967 .......... 1,967 1,967 .......... 1,967 2,165 ........... 2,165
10,162 .......... 10,162 10,162 .......... 10,162 10,006 .......... 10,006
883 .......... 883 883 .......... 883 153 ........... 153
......... 3,10 7 ,107 ............... S3,107 -3,107 .............. $978 -978


.............. .......... .......... ............... ........... ...... ...........I.............. .............
-383,771 ........... -383,771 -383,771 .......... -383,771 -212.889 ........... -212.889








11... 251,232 16.,807 11.234,42 11,251232 16,807 11.234,424 10,160,735 10,305 10.150.430
...... ..... .......... .......... .........................................................................
.............. .......... .......... .....................I.... ........................................ .............
........................................................... ...................................................


............. .......... .......... ................................................................. .............
............. .......... .......... ................................................................. .............
.............. .......... .......... ................................................................. .............
.............. .......... .......... ................................................................. .....I........


11,251,232 16,807 11.234,424 11,251,232 16,807 11,234,424 10,160,735 10,305 10.150.430


.. .......... ...


L






TABLE 111--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)
.... .. .. ...


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund...............
College housing-loans and other expenses .........
Low-rent public housing-loans and other expenses..
Revolving fund (liquidating programs).............
Other.........................................
Intragovernmental funds ...........................
Housing payments:
College housing grants ...........................
Low-rent public housing.........................
Homeownership assistance......................
Rental housing assistance........................
Rent supplement program .....................
Payments for operation of low-income housing
projects....................................
Other.. ........ ........ .. ........ ....
Total--Housing programs .......................

Government National Mortgage Association:
Public enterprise funds:
Special assistance functions fund .................
Management and liquidating functions fund.........
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities.........
Participation sales fund .........................

Total--Government National Mortgage
Association.................................
Community planning and development:
Public enterprise funds:
Rehabilitation loan fund..........................
Urban renewal fund.............................
Community development grants ....................
Comprehensive planning grants...................
Other...........................................
Total--Community planning and development.......
New Communities Administration....................
Federal Insurance Administration ....................
Policy development and research...............
Departmental management:
Intragovernmental funds............................
Other.................... ........................
Other ............................................
Proprietary receipts from the plic ...............

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development


This Month


Outlays




$154,528
36,477
22,242
9,543
59
1,769
993
111,709
15,406
53,305
18,317
44,915

469,262


603,845
6,933
700
17,452


Transition Quarter to Date


1 ----- r--- 4----~-~r r--~


Applicable
Receipts




$118,919
8,864
8,366
4,473
2,732

.........

.........
.........


143,354


Net
Outlays




$35,609
27,613
13,876
5,070
-2,673
1,769
993
111,709
15,406
53,305
18,317
44,915

325,909


Outlays


$154,528
36,477
22,242
9,543
59
1,769
993
111,709
15,406
53,305
18,317
44,915

469,262


Applicable
Receipts




$118,919
8,864
8,366
4,473
2,732




143,354..........
..........
..........






143,354


Net
Outlays


S35,609
27,613
13,876
5,070
-2,673
1,769
993
111,709
15,406
53,305
18,317
44,915

325.909


- i + t-- t


118,333
6,743
1,6888


485,512
190
-989
17,452


603,845
6,933
700
17.452


118,333
6,743
1,688
..........


485,512
190
-989
17.452


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays




$188,919
41,036
46,265
24,813
27
112
760
175,756
16,628
38,014
15,155


547,484...


806,665
4,569
270
17,137


Applicable
Receipts




$121,223
12,147
12,740
4,169
1,237









151,516


224,693
4,231
1,268


Net
Outlays




$67,696
28,888
33,525
20,644
-1,210
112
760
175,756
18,628
38,014
15,155



395,969


581,971
339
-998
17.137


628,929 126,784 502,165 628,929 126,764 502,165 828,641 230,192 598,449


5,727 2,133 3,594 5,727 2,133 3,594 6,883 1,759 5,124
141,472 25,345 116,127 141,472 25,345 116,127 194,493 27,241 167,251
122,013 ......... 122,013 122,013 .......... 122,013 20,308 ........... 20,306
6,358 ......... 6,358 6,358 .......... 6,358 6,206 ........... 6,206
3,644 ......... 3,44 3,644 .......... 3,844 16239 ........... 16,239
279,212 27,477 251,735 279,212 27,477 251,735 244,129 29,000 215,128

1,366 70 1,296 1,366 70 1,296 244 1,228 -94
10,784 502 10,262 10,784 502 10,262 4,126 371 3,755
3,272 ......... 3,272 3,272 .......... 3,272 ,537 ........... 6,5
-230 ......... -230 -230 .......... -230 1,53 ........... 1,53
29,884 ........ 2929,4 29,884 .......... 29,884 43,941 ........... 43,941
66 ....68 8 68............ ........... ............
34 ......... 34 34 .......... 34 ............ ........... .......
99 -99 ............. 99 -99 9 ...72 -.2


1,423,182


298,266


1,124,895


1,423,162


298,266


1.124.895


8 36s076,1


16668 412 .380 1 24259


412.380


1 264 250








TABLE I1--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays O ays Receipts Outlays


Department of the Interior:
Land and Water Resources:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources..............
Payments to counties, Oregon and California grant
lands.........................................
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral
Leasing Act...................................
Other.......................................
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River and Fort Peck projects............
Construction and rehabilitation...................
Operation and maintenance......................
Other..........................................
Office of Water Research and Technology............

Total--Land and Water Resources...............

Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation.....................
United States Fish and Wildlife Service:
Resource management..........................
Recreational resources.......................
Other.......................................
National Park Service:
Operation of the national park system.............
Planning and construction....................
Other............................ ......... ........

Total--Fish and Wildlife and Parks..............

Energy and minerals:
Geological Survey ............ .................
Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration.......
Bureau of Mines:
Helium fun.................................
Other... ..... ................................
Bonneville Power Administration ..................
Other Power Administrations ...................

Total--Energy and minerals ....................

Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds..........................
Operation of Indian programs .....................
Indian tribal funds ...............................
Other................... ... ...... ................

Total--Bureau of Indian Affairs ..................

Office of Territorial Affairs ........................
Office of the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary.....
Proprietary receipts from the public.................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

Total--Department of the Interior ...............


S15,935

50,033


7,307

14,139
27,469
9,078
15,216
-763


..........

86,405
..........
..........
..........
..........


S15,935

50,033


7,307

7,735
27,469
9,078
15,216
-763


115,935

50,033


7,307

14,139
27,469
9,078
15,216
-763


...........


$6,405
...........
...........
...........
...........


115,935
50,033


7,307

7,735
27,469
9,078
15,216
-763


$10,900

43,689


5,739

13,036
30,283
6,041
2,225
155


............


$5,880

............
............
.. .. .. .
... .. .. ..


$10,900

43,689


5,739

7,155
30,283
6,041
2.225
155


138,413 6,405 132,008 138,413 6,405 132,008 112,069 5,880 106,189


23,218 .......... 23,218 23,218 ........... 23,218 19,633 ............ 19,633

10,362 .......... 10,362 10,362 ........... 10,362 11,725 ............ 11,725
8,074 .......... 8,074 8,074 ........... 8,074 245 ............ 245
5,253 .......... 5,253 5,253 ........... 5,253 -715 ............ -715

26,598 .......... 26,598 26,598 ........... 26,598 30,820 ............ 30,820
5,054 .......... 5,054 5,054 ........... 5,054 6,973 ............ 6,973
6,850 .......... 6,850 6,850 ........... 6,850 3,202 ........... 3,202

85,408 .......... 85,408 85,408 ........... 85,408 71,883 ............ 71,883


24,729 .......... 24,729 24,729 24,729 9 26,833 ............ 26,833
7,122 .......... 7,122 7,122 ........... 7,122 7,025 ............ 7,025

483 683 -200 483 683 -200 521 707 -186
9,336 .......... 9,336 9,336 ........... 9,336 8,980 ............ 8,980
16.668 19,825 -3,157 16,668 19,825 -3,157 19,435 13,161 6,274
725 .......... 725 725 ........... 725 800 ............ 800

59,063 20,508 38,556 59,063 20,508 38.556 63,595 13,868 49,726


872 602 270 872 602 270 343 278 65
39,673 .......... 39,673 39,673 ........... 39,673 49,636 ............ 49,636
7,828 .......... 77,828 ,828 ........... 7,828 12,817 ............ 12,817
61,561 .......... 61,561 61,561 ........... 61,561 19,508 ........... 19,508

109.934 02 109,332 109,934 602 109,332 82,304 278 82,026

10,941 .......... 10,941 10,941 ........... 10,941 132 ............ 132
5,820 .......... 5,820 5,820 ........... 5,820 6,983 ............ 6,983
.............. 129,468 -129,468 .............. 129,468 -129,468 .............. 77,915 -77,915

409,580 156,982 252,597 409,580 156,982 252,597 336,965 97,941 239,024








TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLA YS--Continued


Department of Justice-
General administration .........................
Legal activities ...................................
Federal Bureau of Investigation.....................
Immigration and Naturalization Service .............
Federal Prison System:
Federal Prison Industries, Inc .................
Federal prisons commissary funds..............
Other.........................................
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration ........
Drug Enforcement Administration ..................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--Department of Justice ....................

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration:
Program administration, and other ...............
Employment and training assistance...............
Temporary employment assistance................
Emergency employment assistance................
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances.....
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services...........................
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds .........................................
Unemployment trust fund:
Federal--State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits.................
Grants to States for unemployment insurance
and employment services ...................
Federal admmnistraLve expenses............
Railroad unemployment insurance:
Interest on refunds of taxes ..................
Railroad unemployment benefits ..............
Administrative expenses .....................
Payments of interest on advances from railroad
retirement account.........................

Total--Unemployment trust fund.........

Total--Employment and Training Adminis-
tration............................,...

Labor-Management Services Administration ........
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses .........................
Special benefits................,..............
Special workers' compensation expenses............
Occupational Safety and Health Administration .......
Bureau of Labor Statistics ............... .......
Departmental management .........................
Proprietary receipts from the public................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................,.......

Total--Department of Labor......................


This Month


Outlays



3707
26,215
60.091
25,458

-2.095
697
27.146
62,973
16,251


217,444



3,458
425,075
123,602
86
-77,180

-19,088

675,550
F 4

1,059,348

135,359
3,518

102
13,245
981


Applicable
Receipts



..........
..........




7774
..........
..........
..........
1.185

1,959



..........
..........
..........
..........


1,212.554 ..........


2,344,057 ..........

3,867 ..........

5,724 .........
-8,030 .........
139 ..........
8,911 ..........
5,985 ..........
-1,807 .........
123
450,000 .........

1,908,847 123


Net
Outlays



-707
26,215
60,091
25,458

-2,095
-77
27,146
62,973
16,251
-1,185

215,484



3,458
425,075
123,602
86
-77,180

-19,088

675,550


1,059,348

135,359
3,518

102
13,245
981



1,212,554


,2,344,057

3,867

5,724
-8,030
139
8,911
5,985
-1,807
-123
-450,000

1,908,723


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


2707
26,215
60,091
25,458

-2,095
897
27,146
62,973
16,251


217,444


3,458
425,075
123,602
86
-77.180

-19,088

675,550


1,059,348

135,359
3,518

102
13,245
981


1,212,554


2,344,057

3,867

5,724
-8,030
139
8,911
5,985
-1,807
.............
-450,000

1,908,847


Applicable
Receipts





..........
..........


.......... .
"774
..........
..........
..........
1,185

S 1,959



..........
..........
..........
..........
..........

..........


..........

..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........



1 I
..........


..........


........... .

..........



"123
..........
,... .....12

...=.......
123


Net
Outlays


3707
26,215
60,091
25,458

-2.095
-77
27,146
62,973
16,251
-1,185

215,484



3,458
425,075
123,602
86
-77,180

-19,088

675,550


1,059,348

135,359
3.518

102
13,245
981



1,212,554


2,344,057

3,867

5,724
-8,030
139
8,911
5,985
-1,807
-123
-450,000

1,908,723


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


5,390
26,010
51,161
21,688

565
693
23,795
78.916
16,478


224.693



10,165
347,417
55,990
-1,647
142,869

43,836

1,243,000


1,519,966

72,993
4,652

126
6,137
997



1,604,871


3,446,499

2,384

6,105
32.871
512
5,380
3,789
4,601

-1,243,000

2,259,141


Applicable
Receipts









:681
...........
...........
...........
814

1,295



...........
...........
...........
...........
...........



...........


Net
Outlays


:5.390
28,010
51,161
21,686

565
12
23,795
78,916
16.478
-614

223,397



10,165
347,417
55,990
-1,647
142,869

43,836

1,243,000


1,519,966

72,993
4,652

12W
6,137
997


.1,604,871
1,604,871


........... 3,446,499

........... 2,384

........... 6,105
........... 32,871
........... 512
........... 5,380
........... 3,789
........... 4,601
-601 60
.......... -1,243,000

-60 2,259,201


I ~


___~ __


...........
...........

...........
...........
...........

...........

...........


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..........
..........


c









TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of .
OUTLAYS--Continued Otl Applicable Net pNet Outls Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of State:
Administration of foreign affairs:
Intragovernmental funds .....................
Salaries and expenses ..........................
Acquisition, operation and maintenance of buildings
abroad......... .............. ..............
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund ................................
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .....
Other.................................. ........

Total--Administrat on of foreign affairs.........

International organizations and conferences .........
International commissions .......................
Educational exchange.............................
Other:
Assistance to refugees from the Soviet Union ......
Special assistance to refugees from Cambodia
and Vietnam..............................
Other.....................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Civil Service retirement
and disability fund ..........................
General fund contributions...................
Other.........................................

Total--Department of State ....................

Department of Transportation:
Office of the Secretary ...........................
Coast Guard:
Trust revolving fund ..........................
Intragovernmental fun ........................
Operating expenses ...........................
Acquisition, construction, and improvements ......
Retired pay ...................................
Other........................................

Total--Coast Guard..........................

Federal Aviation Administration:
Aviation war risk insurance revolving fund ........
Operations ................................... .
Other ....................................
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports .............,......
Facilities and equipment .......................
Research, engineering and development .........
Interest on refunds ol taxes...................
Other............... .....................

Total--Airport and airway trust fund..........

Total--Federal Aviation Administration.........


S1,355
40,522

-6.892

1,590
5,998
560


$1,355
40,522

-6,892

1,590
5,998
560


$1,355
40,522

-6,892

1,590
5,998
560


S1,355
40,522

-6,892

1,590
5,998
560


t1,392
21,076

-5,380


4,969
362


$1,392
21,076

-5,380


..............
4,969
362


43,133 .......... 43,133 43,133 .......... 43,133 22,419 ............ 22,419

167,750 .......... 167,750 167,750 .......... 167,750 23,990 ............ 23,990
2,965 .......... 2,965 2,965 .......... 2,965 784 ............ 784
5,365 .......... 5,365 5,365 .......... 5,365 6,597 ............ 6,597

4,452 .......... 4,452 4,452 .......... 4,452 1,032 ............ 1,032

10,427 .......... 10,427 10,427 .......... 10,427 16,889 ............ 16,889
2,021 .......... 2,021 2,021 .......... 2,021 660 ............ 660
.............. $1,237 -1,237 .............. $1,237 -1,237 ..............1 4 1,034 -1,034



-26 .......... -26 -26 .......... -26 -10 ............ -10
-2,170 .......... -2,170 -2,170 .......... -2,170 .............. ............ ..............


233,917 1,237 232,680 233,917 1,237 232,680 72,361 1,034 71,327


10,550 .......... 10,550 10,550 .......... 10,550 16,235 ............ 16,235

425 441 -16 425 441 -16 472 207 265
-722 .......... -722 -722 .......... -722 -294 ............ -294
64,849 .......... 64,849 64,849 .......... 64,849 56,635 ............ 56,635
13,377 .......... 13,377 13,377 ......... 13,377 7,647 ............ 7,647
10,810 .......... 10,810 10,810 .......... 10,810 9,221 ............ 9,221
6,676 .......... 6,676 6,676 .......... 6,676 4,836 ............ 4,836

95.416 441 94,975 95,416 441 94,975 78,516 207 78,309


4 1 3 4 1 3 4 1 3
132,413 .......... 132,413 132,413 .......... 132,413 114,745 ............ 114,745
2,612 .......... 2,612 2,612 .......... 2,612 2,636 ............ 2,636

11,177 .......... 11,177 11,177 .......... 11,177 29,027 ............ 29,027
16,153 .......... 16,153 16,153 .......... 16,153 16,236 ............ 16,236
8,309 .......... 8,309 8,309 .......... 8,309 4,304 ............ 4,304

168 .......... 168 168 .......... 168 70 ............ 70


35,807

170,837


35,807


35,807


35,807


49,637


49.637


_______ __________ ___________ ---- -1- _________


..........
..........
..........


..........
..........
..........


............
............
............


..........
1


170.836


----:


170,837 1 170,836


167,023


167,021







TABLE II--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Transportation--Continued
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway beautificat ion..........................
Other......... .. ... ..... ...... ....... .
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways ........................
Right-of-way revolving fund....................
Other........................... ... .....

Total--Federal Highway Administration.......

National Highway Traffic Sdaety Administration:
Traffic and highway safety.......................
Trust fund share of highway safety programs ......
Other.........................................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Alaska Railroad revolving fund...................
Railroad research and development...............
Rail service assistance........ ..................
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation.
Other.......... ..............................


Total--Federal Railroad Administration.........

Urban Mass Transportation Administration ..........
Saint awrence Seaway Development Corporation.....
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............

Total--Department of Transportation ............

Department of the Treasury:
Office of the Secretary:
Public enterprise funds ........................
Presidential election campaign fund..............
Other..........................................
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Public enterprise funds:
Check forgery Insurance fund .................
New York City seasonal financing fund...........
Salaries and expenses........................
Special payments to recipients of certain retirement
and survivor benefits..........................
New York City seasonal financing fund,
administrative expenses.......................
Claims, judgments, and relief acts...............
Interest on uninvested funds .....................
Payment of Government losses in shipment.......
Eisenhower College grants.......................
Other..... ....................................

Total--Bureau oa Government Financial
Operations................................,

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms............
United States Customs Service:
Salaries and expenses............. ......... .......
Other..........................................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing ................,,
Bureau of the Mint.............................
Bureau of the Public Debt ............. *...........


This Month


Outlays




!4.081
1,958

483,697
1,697
-3,759


Applicable
Receipts


487.674 .. .....


3,550 ...........
11,500 ...........
-4,674 ...........

11,450 4,569
7,253 ..........
336 ...........
96,126 ...........
1,478 ...........


116,643

63,040
520
...............


Net
Outlays



.4,081
1,958

483,697
1,697
-3,759

487,674


3,550
11,500
-4,674

6,881
7,253
336
96,126
1,478


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays




$4,081
1,958

483,697
1,697
-3,759

487,674


3,550
11,500
-4,674

11,450
7,253
336
96,126
1,478


4,569 112,074

...... 63,040
839 -318
3,814 -3,814


955,055, 9,663 1 945,392




3,540 .......... 3,540
3,207 ........... 3,207


850,000 850,000
11,171 ..........

-805


131
5,175
295
19

24


866,011

9,677

23,870
22,168
-1,329
638
6,976


...........
...........
...........
...........

...........


850,000

...........

...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
,oo=. ooo,

o "o ooo ,o


..........

11,171

-805

131
5,175
295
19

24


16,011

9,677

23,870
22,168
-1,329
638
6,976


116,643

63,040
520
..............

955,055




3,540
3,207


850,000

11,171

-805

131
5,175
295
19

24


866,011

9,677

23,870
22,168
-1,329
638
6,976


Applicable
Receipts


..........
I
ooo.o......






! 24,569
..........
..........


4,569


839
3.814

9,663









850,000












850,000

..........

..........
..........
..........
..........


Net
Outlays



.4,081
1,958

483,697
1,697
-3,759

487.674


3,550
11,500
-4,674

6,881
7,253
336
96,126
1,478


112,074


63,040
-318
-3,814

945,392




3,540
3,207




11,171

-805

131
5,175
295
19

24


16,011

9,677

23,870
22,168
-1,329
638
6,976


Comparable Prior Quarter

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


:3,493 ............
4,055 ............


656,250
-462
1


663.338 ............


2,005
7,200
287

5,471
6,342
1,387
80,000
1,014


94,214

93,256
376
..............

1.122,450



..............

2,623


..............

11,3868

4,812


6,495
143
19

(*)


22,856

8,348

28,204
12,658
2,422
6,163
5,109


............
............
............
1
-6,545
............

............


6,545

71
853
2,682

10,359


13,493
4.055

656,250
-462
1

663,338


2,005
7,200
287

-1,074
6,342
1,387
80,000
1,014


87,669

93,185
-477
-2,682

1,112,091


............ ...............
............ 2,623


...............

11,368

4,812


6,495
143
19

(*)


22,856
8,348

28,204
12,658
2,422
6,163
5,109


...........
...........
...........


............
............
............


I


.....


""


............

............


............
............
............
............
............

............


............
............

............
.... ... ...
.. .. .. .








TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays utays Receipts Outlays


Department of the Treasury--Continued
Internal Revenue Service:
Federal tax lien revolving fund.....................
Salaries and expenses..........................
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service...........
Compliance .............................. .......
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax ......
Interest on refund of taxes.......................
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico .......

Total--Internal Revenue Service .................

United States Secret Service........................
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.............
Interest on the public debt (accrual basis):
Public issues ....................................
Special issues..................................

Total--Interest on the public debt ................

General revenue sharing ............................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies............
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

Total--Department of the Treasury...............

Energy Research and Development Administration:
Operating expenses.................................
Plant and capital equipment......................
COter............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

Total--Energy Research and Development
Administration ..................................

Environmental Protection Agency:
Revolving fund for certification and other services...
Agency and regional management .................
Energy research and development.................
Research and development ........................
Abatement and control............................
Enforcement ...................................
Construction grants.............................
Other. ..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............

Total- Environmental Protection Agency..........

General Services Administration:
Real property activities...........................
Personal property activities'
Intrjgovernmental funds.........................
Federal Supply Service, operating expenses.......
Records activities... ............................
Automate data and telecommunications activities....


(*)
S3,525
69,551
78,703
70,192
26,919
13,637

262,527

9,951
6,267
3,015,324
738,712
3,754.036

1,586,775

-355.649

6.198,664

234.180
-735
12



233,457


4,452
8,296
10,412
36.883
3,925
373,931
1,150

439,049

-130.162

-7.163
22.099
8,001
-4,889


$135






135


21,900






123,692
106,804

1.102.531




.. 85


85

18





16..

34





323


-$135
3,525
69,551
78,703
70,192
26,919
13,637

262,391

9,951
-15,633

3,015.324
738,712
3,754,036

1,586,775
-123,692
-106,804
-355,649
5.096.134

234,180
-735
12
-85


233,372

-18
4,452
8,296
10,412
36,883
3,925
373,931
1,150
-16
439,015

-130.162

-7,163
22.099
7.678
-4,889


(*)
33,525
69,551
78,703
70,192
26,919
13,637

262,527

9,951
6,267

3,015,324
738,712
3,754,036

1,586,775
..............

-355.649

6,198,664

234,180
-735
12



233,457


4,452
8,296
10,412
36,883
3,925
373,931
1,150

439,049

-130.162

-7,163
22,099
8,001
-4,889


$135






135

..........
21,900






123,692
106,804

1,102,531




85


85

18


..........


16
34



23..........
..........


-$135
3,525
69,551
78,703
70,192
26,919
13,637

262,391

9,951
-15,633

3.015.324
738,712
3,754,036

1,586,775
-123,692
-106,804
-355,649

.5096.134


234,180
-735
12
-85


233,372

-18
4,452
8,296
10.412
36,883
3,925
373,931
1,150
-16
439,015

-130,162

-7,163
22,099
7,678
-4,889


S.-e footnotes on paV.( 3.


$75
3,862
65.389
76,222

22,704
10,410

178,664

7,306
5,200

2,220,585
680.562
2,901,147


1,523,063

-301,120

4,402.643

179,966
11,184



191,150


836
570
15,594
54,876
645
147.143
2,911

222,576

-163,046

-24,716
21,161
7,312
-2,366


$22






22

22.987

...........


7712 + -


77,127
15,660

115,796


I .........


5
5


...........65

965
..........


$53
3,862
65,389
76,222
22,704
10,410

178,642

7,306
-17,787

2.220,585
680,562
2.901.147


1,523.063
-77.127
-15,660
-301.120

4,286.846

179.966
11.184

(*)


191,150


836
570
15.594
54,876
645
147.143
2.911
-5
222.571

-163.046

-24.716
21.161
6,346
-2,366







TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Outlays


General Services Administration--Continued
i'rprrty nian.geent .nd disposal actlivitlt ..........
I' rparedness activitle .............................
(IGeeral' activities ....,.,... ,,,..., ....
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Stockplle receipth ..................... ..........
Other ...........................................
Ini rahudgetary transactions ........................

Total --GeCneral S Ervice.s Administration...........

National Aeronautics and Spare Adnlnlst rat ion:
Research and development ........................
(onstructlun of facillllles.,.........,.,.............
litsearch and program management ..................
Other ...................... .......................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

Total--National Aeronautics and Space
Administration..................................

Veterans Administrallon:
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ......................
Direct loan revolving fund.........................
Veterans reopened Insurance fund..................
Education loan fund...............................
Other ..........................................
Compensation and pensions..........................
Readjustment benefits. .............................
MedLcal care ......... ...... ........
Medical and prosthetic research...................
General operating expenses .......................
Construction projects ................................
Insurance funds:
National service Ife...........................
Government life ................................
Veterans special life...........................
Other ................ ............................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life ............. ......... .....
Government life............. ...................
Other .........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments to veterans life insurance funds:
National service life .. ........ ................
Government life ..............................

Total--Veterans Administration ..............

Independent Agencies:
Action .........................................
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency........... .
Board for International Broadcasting .............
Civil Aeronautics Board ..........................

See footnotes on page 3.


'27.918
1.412
5.953



-220

-77.057


263,485
11.194
'7.471
1.864



344.015



41.602
11 141
1.609
195
19.552
694.246
244.914
315.692
7.763
43.155
14,617

65.184
4.269
2,157
4,975





-157
-3

1.471.411

15,620
766
5.139
7,688


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


..........

?48

40,639
12.320
53.... 0
53.330


185


Transition Quarter to I)


Net
Outlays


'27.918
1.412
5,904

-40,639
-12,320
-226

-130,387


263.485
11.194
67.471
1.864
-185


185 343,830
i


15.794
13.163
3.181
1
20.294








S3,786
..........
.......... .






..........

64.926
493
-869


120,770

24
.... ......
5


25.808
-1,522
-1,573
193
-741
694,246
244,914
315,692
7.763
43.155
14.617

65,184
4.269
-1,629
4.975

-64,926
-493
869


-157
-8

1.350.642


15.596
766
5.139
7.683


Outlays



'27.918
1.412
5.953

...............

-226

-77.057


263.485
11,194
67.471
1.864
...............


344.015


4.......----...


Applicable
Receipts



(,
'48

40,639
12.320


53.330





185


Comparahlc Prior Quarter

Outlays Applicable
Receipts O


ale

Net
Outlays


'27.918
1.412
5.904

-40,639
-12.320
-226

-130.387


21;3.485
11.194
67.471
1.864
-185


185 343.830


41.602 15.794
11.641 13.163
1.609 3.181
195 1
19.552 20.294
694.246 -
244.914 ..........
315.692 ..........
7.763 ..........
43,155 ..........
14.617 ..........

65.184 ..........
4.269 ..........
2,157 3,786
4,975 ..........

.............. 64,926
............... 493
............. -869


-157 ..........
-3 ..........

1.471,411 120.770


15.620
766
5,139
7.688


24


- -- --------'..---- -L J J.


25.808
-1,522
-1.573
193
-741
694.246
244.914
315.692
7.763
43.155
14.617

65.184
4.269
-1,629
4,975

-64,926
-493
869


-157
-3


_______________ ________________________ 4 4-


1.350.642

15.596
766
5,139
7.683


1.444.996 81.103
....... ---i

15.702 1 12
13 1 ...........

6.506 7


r16,
980
J. 181


-743

-155,222


289 501
10,562
67.915
2
. .............


$7
66

17 253
2.520

20.811






168


367.979


Net
)utlayn


S16
972
6.115

-17.253
-2 520
-743

-176.033


289.501
10 562
67.915
2
-168


367.812



22.238
-969
-1.170
293
424
629.254
367.020
276.808
7.739
45.799
10.881

25.900
4.609
-2.464
4.513

-25.684
-1.046
-102


-148
-2

1.363.893

15.691
131
4,429
6,499


19.900
13 594
2.659
5
13.931

...........
23





4.098


25.684
2.046
102


42.198
12.625
1.490
298
14.354
629.254
367.020
276.831
7.739
45.799
10.881

25.900
4.609
1.634
4.513





-148
-2










TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts t Outlays aysReceipttlays Receipts utlays
O Y o utReceipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Independent Agencies--Continued
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ........
Payment to Civil Service retirement and
disability fund ..................................
Salaries and expenses............................
Government payment for annuitants, employees
health benefits................................ .
Employees health benefits fund....................
Employees life insurance fund ....................
Retired employees health benefits fund............
Other. ....... ............ ......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Foreign Service
retirement and disability fund................
General fund contributions ...................


7746,334

45
10,607

2,681
212,469
79.433
1.422
1,646



-611
-45


5173,735
30.097
728
.........




..........


Total--Civil Service Commission .......... 1.053.980 204.560
t .


Commission on Civil Rights ......................
Community Services Administration ................
Consumer Product Safety Commission ...............
Corporation for Public Broadcasting.................
District of Columbia
Federal payment ................. ..............
Loans and repayable advances....................
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board...................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ..........
Federal Communications Commission ...............
Federal Depnsit Insurance Corporation ..............
Federal Energy Administration .....................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund...
Federal Sa'ings and Loan Insurance Corp. fund...
Intr rest adjustment payments .....................
Federal Maritime Commission......................
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service...........
Fed ral Power Commission ........................
FederaJ Trade Commission.........................
H:si'rical and Memorial Commissions...............
Intergovernmental agencies
Wa'.hington metropolitan Area Transit Authority ....
Other ...... .. ............... .......
International Trade Co mission ....................
Interstate Commerce Commission...................
Legal Services Corporation.........................
National Credit L'nion Administration ................
National Foundatirri on the Arts and the Humani.ne...
National Labor Relatli'ns Board .....................
National Science Frundation ........................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ...................
Postal 5 rvlce. ... ........ ... ... ..............


769
21,364
3,360
26,000


90,396
65,000

7,175
4,404
153,956
12,480


64,933
10.162
145
731
1,714
3,204
3,845
7.643

25,698
461
911
4,636
10,814
1,887
12,803
6,748
53.675
14.167
434,130


........13
1
1
..........

..........
12,286
1,346
4
4
138,024
2


108,964
52.575
..........






138

2

311

15
70
8


-746,334

45
10,607

2,681
38,735
49,336
695
1,646
-1



-611
-45


849.420


769
21.351
3,359
26,000

90,396
52,714
-1,346
7,171
4,400
15,932
12,478


-44,031
-42,413
145
729
1,714
3,203
3,840
4,603

25,698
323
911
4,633
10,814
1,575
12,803
6,734
53.605
14,159
434.130


$746,334

45
10,607

2,681
212,469
79,433
1,422
1,646
..............


..........

..........
..........


s173,735
30,097
728
......... i
1


-611 ..........
-45 ..........


1,053,980 204,560


769
21,364
3,360
26,000


90,396
65,000

7,175
4,404
153,956
12,480


64.933
10,162
145
731
1,714
3,204
3,845
7,643

25.698
461
911
4,636
10,814
1,887
12,803
6,748
53,675
14,167
434,130


13
1
..... .....


12,286
1,346
4
4
138,024
2


108,964
52.575
..........
2
(*)
1
5
3,040


138

2

311
( )
15
70
8


6746,334

45
10,607

2,681
38,735
49,336
695
1,646
-1



-611
-45


849,420


769
21,351
3,359
26,000

90,396
52,714
-1,346
7,171
4,400
15,932
12.478


-44.031
-42,413
145
729
1,714
3,203
3,840
4,603

25,698
323
911
4,633
10,814
1,575
12,803
6,734
53,605
14,159
434,130


631,294


16,965


160,860
38,779
1,384
-1,150



-211
.............


847,922


654
20,718
2,624
.............

57,950
.............

5,745
5,880
105,238
13,819


128,350
3.969
306
673
1,546
2,969
3,513
1,962

8,351
462
844
4,685

1,266
10,263
6,175
81,777
9.255
372,421


9132,579
51,387
34
...........
1


184,001

..........
i *
1
...........



1,715
(*)
1
97,991
24,795


57,576
21,674
...........
1
(*)
1
5
...........


129
...........
2

1,432
1
12
7
(*)
...........


$631,294

16,965


28,281
-12,608
1,350
-1,150
-1



-211
............


663,921

654
20,718
2,623
............

57,950

-1,587
5,745
5,879
7.247
-10,977


70,774
-17,705
306
672
1,546
2,968
3,508
1,962

8,351
333
844
4,682

-165
10,262
6.162
81,770
9,255
372,421


See fraIln,..es on pa. e 3.


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


This Month


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Comparable Prior Quarter

Outlays Applicable 7- Net
outlays eceipts Outlays


-+44


Independent Agencies--Continued
Railroad Retirement Board:
Payments to railroad retirement trust funds..........
Railroad retirement accounts:
Benefit payments, etc.........................
Administrative expenses .......................
Interest on refunds of taxes......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement accounts:
Payments to railroad retirement trust funds.....
Interest transferred to federal hospital insurance
trust fund................... ..............

Total--Railroad Retirement Board ...............

Securities and Exchange Commission................
Selective Service System..........................
Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund................
Disaster loan fund............................
Lease guarantees revolving fund ................
Surety bond guarantees revolving fund ...........
Salaries and expenses........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Intrabudgetary transactions.......................

Total--Small Business Administration............

Smithsonian Institution.. .........................
Temporary study commissions ......................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Tennessee Valley Authority fund ..................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............

Total--Tennessee Valley Authority..............

United States Information Agency:
Salaries and expenses ...........................
Special international exhibitions...................
Other..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............

Total--U. S. Information Agency ................

United States Railway Association..................
Water Resources Council ..........................
Other Independent Agencies.........................

Total--Independent Agencies.............. .......


-301,993
3,937
2
.*............


305,931

4,317
1,998


48,702
18,321
-3
1,059
964


69,044

11,474
1,436
S ---
224,105
.............


!301,993
3.937
2
(*)


i-j 305,931

32 4,314
')1 1,998


27,697
14,308
49
496

2

42,551

4


110,157
2


224,105 110,160


21,005
4,014
-52
563
964
--2

26,493

11,470
1,436

113,947
-2


113,945


h--- -.

23,562 ......... 23,562
575 ......... 575
248 ......... 248
............. 59 -59

24,385 59 24,326

1,000 ......... 1,000
1,032 40 992
4,806 796 4,010

2,775,931 675,015 2,100,916


.............

S301,993
3,937
2
..*........*.


305,931

4,317
1,998


48,702
18,321
-3
1,059
964


69,044

11,474
1,436

224,105
.............


224,105


23,562
575
248


24,385

1,000
1,032
4,806


2,775,931


(..........


82
('


27,697
14,308
49
496
...........
2

42,551

4
I -

110,157
2


110,160


...........


59

59
-t .

40
796


675,015


Z301,993
3,937
2
(*)


305,931

4,314
1.998
-I

21,005
4,014
-52
563
964
-2
......... .
26,493

11,470
1,436

113,947
-2


113,945


23,562
575
248
-59

24,326

1,000
992
4,010

2,100,916


-279,631
2,057


281,688

5,739
4,529


34,719
10,811
163
1,028
6,529
.............

53,249

7,931
1,330

218,582
.............


218,582


........... '279,631
........... 2,057

'" "(': ; :


281,688

S2 5,737
4,528


26,781
13,933
54
306
...........
4

41.077

17
8

95,568
2


95.570


7,938
-3,121
109
722
6,529
-4

12,172

7,914
1,322

123,014
-2


123,012


23,728 ........... 23,728
876 ........... 876
201 ........... 201
............. -247 247

24,8041 -247 25,051

3,150 ........... 3,150
369 34 335
3,894 72 3,822

2,331,497 525,895J 1,805,602


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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of -----I --- i ---------i --------------,----,----
OUTLAYS-Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net
uuays Receipts IOutlays uays Receipts Outlays y Receipts Outlays


Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement and
social insurance funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund........
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund..................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors Insurance trust
fund.........................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund...........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ............
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund....
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission-
Civil service retirement and disability fund ....
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund

Subtotal ................................

Interest on certain Government accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund.................
Department of Defense:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund..
Federal disability insurance trust fund ........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund..........
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund.
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund....................
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund..
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund.................
Highway trust fund...........................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund .............
National service life Insurance fund ...........


-S8

-65


-72,000
-10,000
-15,000

-1,423


-174,570


-48,042 ..........


-$8

-65


-72,000
-10,000
-15,000

-1,423


-174,570



-48,042


-s8

-65


-72,000
-10,000
-15,000

-1,423


-174,570



-48,042


I 4 ~I............ IV, vV
-321,107 .......... -321,107 -321,107 ........... -321,107 -294,692 ........... -294,692


-48

-65


-72,000
-10,000
-15,000

-1,423


-174,570


-48.042


-66,000
-8,000
-13,000

-1,167


-185,629


-20.890


-66,000
-8,000
-13,000

-1,167


-185,629


-%n a Rn


-6,230
-676
-2,317
-1,145

-55

-30

-145
-1,650

-4
-1,950


-6,230
-676
-2,317
-1.145

-55

-30

-145
-1,650

-4
-1,950


-6,230
-676
-2,317
-1,145

-55

-30

-145
-1,650

-4
-1,950


-6,230
-676
-2.317
-1,145

-55

-30

-145
-1,650

-4
-1,950


-5,520
-505
-2,163
-865

-2,094

-28

.............
-643

-5
-1,950


-5,520
-505
-2,163
-865

-2,094

-28


-643

-5
-1,950


..........
..........
..........


...........
...........
...........


...........
...........
...........


..........
..........
..........
..........


...........
...........
...........
...........


...........
...........
...........
...........


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TABLE III-BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Undistrtbuted offsetting receipts--Continued
Interest on certain Guvernnient jac-junts--Continued
interest credited to certain Guvernincnt accounts--
Continued
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement accounts.................
Other ............................. ...........
Adjustment of interest on public debt issues to
convert to the accrual basis ......................

Subtotal .........................................

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands.

Total--Undistributed offsetting receipts..........

Total outlays................................

TOTAL BUDGET

Receipts (+)..........................................

Outlays (-) ...........................................

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-).......................


T]

Outlays






-42,726

-1,437
-305

-731,858

-750,528


-1.071,635

S 38,681,842


his Month

lApplicable
i Receipts


64,383

4,775,658
4,775,658


Net
Outlays






-.2,726

-1,437
-305

-731,858

-750.528

-6 ,383 ...

-1,136,018

33,906,184'

(Net Totals)
22,659,6051

-33,906,184

-11,246,579


Transition Quarter to Date

Outlays Applicable
Receipts Ou


-:2,726

-1,437
-305

-731,858

-750,528

...........

-1,071,635

38,681,842


...........

764,383

64,383
+
4,775,658


-7 __


Net
Lays


-$2,726

-1,437
-305

-731,858

-750.528

-64,383

-1,136,018

33,906,184

(Net Totals)


Outla


Comparable Prior Quarter

y Applicable
Receipts O0


-:2,762

-1,362
-1,952

-728,854

-748,703


-1,043.396

33,791,827


...........

'50,782

50,782

2,684,259


22,659,6051

-33,906,184

-11,246,579
___________.. !


Net
outlays


-t2.762

-1.362
-1,952

-728,854

-748,703

-50,782

-1,094,178

31,107,568

(Net Totals)
20,055,751

-31,107,568

-11,051,817


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Transition
Quarter


Proprietary receipts ... .......................
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies..........
Intrabudgetary transactions .......................

Total receipts offset against outlays..........


S2,064,326
106,804
2,266,893

4,438,023


Comparable
Prior
Quarter

?808,926
15,660
9,168,674

9,993,260


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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands)


Classification


(Assets and Liabilities
Directly Related to the Budget)


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general
financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United Slates Treasury ..........................
Federal Financing Bank...........................

Total public debt securities ......................

Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C.) ..........................

Total federal securities .........................

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D).............. I

Total borrowing from the public ..............

Accrued interest payable on public debt securities ..........
Deduct:
Accrued interest receivable on public debt securities
held as investments of government accounts..........

Total accrued interest payable to the public....

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights....................
Other ...............................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.) ......................................

Total liability accounts .....................

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash..........................

Special drawing rights.
Total holdings .....................................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks......

Balance.........................................

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments.............................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF ................
Receivable/Payable (-) for U. S. currency valuation
adjustment ......................................

Balance ..........................................

Other cash and monetary assets ........................

Total cash and monetary assets.............

Miscellaneous asset accounts.............................

Total asset accounts......................

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details).............................

Total budget financing I Financing of deficit (*) or
disposition of surplus (-) ...............................


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of either
liability or assets accounts

Transition Comparable


This Month


S4,113,738
..........


Quarter
to Date


Prior
Quarter


-4 4


'4,113,738
..........


s5,051.831
-500


s620,432.182
75


$620,432,182
75


5624.545.920


1 i _
4,113,738 4,113,738 5,051,331 620,432,257 620,432,257 624,545,995



-139,264 -139,264 -23,470 10.852,770 10,852,770 10.713,506

3,974,474 3,974,474 5,027,861 631,285,027 631,285.027 635,259,501


-1,989,748 -1.989,748 -2.772,503 151,565,894 151,565.894 149,576,146

5,964,222 5,964.222, 7,800,364 479,719,133 479,719,133 485.683,355

2,223,490 2,223,490 1,700.609 4,234,274 4,234,274 6,457,763


731,858 731,858 728,854 311,922 311,922 1,043,781

1,491.631 1,491,631 971,755 3.922,351 3,922,351 5.413,983


1,927 1,927 -104,218 2,629,119 2,629,119 2.631,046
199,393 199,393 131,527 3,050.678 3.050,678 3,250,071


2,192,286 2.192,286 -1,517,701 5,644,863 5,644,863 7,837,149

9,849,459 9,849,459 7,281,727 494,966,145 494,966,145 504,815,604



-4,783,721 I -4.783.721 -3,390,194 14,834,741 14,834,741 10,051,019


1,697 1,697
.......... .......... 697

1,697 1,697


..........
5,628
255,000

-2,313

258,315

-488,674


-5.012,383

2,527,229

-2,485,154

.12.334,613


-1.088.034

11,246,579


15


-88.83


-88.83


.....628 .304..
255.000 33,00

-2,313 223,99

258,315 -47,39
-488,674 -1,231.42
-488,674 -1,231.42


-5.012,383


-4,757,853


2,315,900 2,315,900
-700,000 -700,000


2,317,597
-700,000


15 1,615,900 1,615,900 1.617,597


6 ,700.000 6,700,000 6,700,000
18 978,837 978,837 984,464
0 -4,466,289 -4,466,289 -4.211,289

91 22,420 22,420 20.108

6 3.234,968 3,234,968 3,493.283


4.023.558 4,023,558 3,534.884

23,709.166 23,709,166 18,696.783


2,527,229 426.818 2 849 716 2 849,716 5 376,945

-2.485,154 -4.331.034 26558.882 26,558,882 24.073.729

-12.334,613 -11,612.761 468,407,262 468.407.262 480,741,875


-1,088,034 : -560,944 ........... .. ........... -1.088.034

11,246.579 *11.051,817 .468,407.262 .468.407.262 479,653,842


Account Balances
Current Transition
Quarter

Beginning of Close o
[ThisQuarter This Month This Month
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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE A--ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands)


Classification


Excess of liabilities beginning ,o period
Ba.-ed on cmpou.tton if unified budget in preceding period...
Adju..-menl.t during current lfical year for changes in
composition lof unified budget ............................

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)........

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Ba.i'd on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year...
Ch.ing c' in composltlon of unified budget ...................

Budgtl surplus (-) or deficit (Table IIII.......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seictnlur gr .............................................
Increnrtnl on o.: ld. .........................................
Net gain (-) losN fur U.S. currency valuation adjustment ....
Conversion of interest ret'cpt. rif government accounts to
an accrual basis........................................
Off-budget Federal agencies.
E ~rpurtl-lnipurt Bank of the United States .................
Pt n.ion Be netli Guaranty Corporation ...................
Postal Service........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........
Rural telephone bank...................................
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund...............
Federal Financing Bank ................................

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit ............................................

Excess of liabilities close of period .........................


This
Month


468,407,262


468.407.262


11.246.579


11 246.579


-22.315

-3.315


52.935
-50
-384,204
22.168
10.119
-1.348
1,414.044

1,088,034

480.741.875


See footnotes on page 3.


-22.315

-3.315


52.935
-50
-384,204
22.168
10.119
-1.348
1.414.044

1.088.034

480,741,875


-65.743

80 396


33.396
-206
-48.990
25.558
11 390
-1 588
526.728


560.944

406.958,718


TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In thousands)


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
Liability accounts


Account Balances
Current Transition
Quarter


Classification





Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities.
Obligations of the United Stales, issued by-
Export-Imporl Bank ...................................
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages..........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development-
Federal Housing Admini ration.....................
Department of Transportation
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages........................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United Slates, issued by:
Department of Defense
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages ....................
Department of Hou.ilng and Urban Development
Government National Mortgage Association.............
Independent agencies:
Postal Service............. ........... ......
Tennessee Valley Authority..........................

Total agency securities ...........................


SIUrs moUIIn


-$7,092

3,074


-32

-214

-35,000


-100,000
-139.264


Transition
Quarter to Date


This
Quarter


-47,092

3,074


-32


-214

-35,000


-100,000


-139.264


Prior
Quarter






-S6.618

18.025


-31


154

-35.000




-23.470


Beginning of


This
Quarter


?2.593.115

1.1G8.914

581.069


2.090


2.582

4.180.000

250,000
2.075,000

10.852.770


This
Month



$2.593.115


1,168,914

581.069


2.090


2.582

4.180,000

250.000
2.075.000

10,852.770


Close of
This Month


22.593.115

1.161.822

584,143


2.058


2.368

4.145.000

250,000
1.975.000

10.713.506


Transition
Quarter to Date

This Prior
Quarter Quarter


1468.407.262 8395 345.957


468.407.262 395.345.957


11.246.579 11.051,817


11.246,579 11.051.817


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

aAccount Balances
Transactions Current Transition
Quarter
Classifican Transibon Quarter Qua
Classification This o Date Beginning of C

This Quarter This Quarter This This Month
This Quarter Prior Quarter This Quarter This Month


Borrowing from the Treasur,:
Agency for International Development ...................
Commodity Credit Corporation .................. ...
Export-Import Bank of the United States.................
Federal Financing Bank ................................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board .......................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance fund ....................... .....
Special assistance functions .........................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency Home Purchase Assistance fund...........
Management and liquidating functions .................
Special assistance functions...........................
Rural Electrilicatzon Administration ....................
Rural Telephone Bank..................................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation ........
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund .........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund.....................
Rural development insurance fund ....................
Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban
Development:
College housing loans .....................***.. .....
National flood insurance fund..........................
New communities guaranty fund:
Title IV ...................................................
Title VII. ...................................... .
Urban renewal fund.................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Interior:
Rail Service Assistance .. ............. ..............
Regional Rail Reorganization .........................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities..... .......
Tennessee Valley Authority...........................
United States Information Agency........................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program ........................
D. C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C. ........................................

Total Borrong from the Treasury .........................

Borrowing from the Federal Fnaning Bank:
Postal Service .......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority............................
Export-Import Bank of the United States ................

Total Borro ing from the FederalFinancing Bank ..............
Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities.....................


$161,879
43,300
1,736,235
-43.271

120,000
52,000

156,205
327,700
23,931
6,821
...........


4,024

23
1,151
...........


-832...........


t161.879
43,300
1,736,235
-43,271

120,000
52,000

156,205

327,700
23,931
6,821


...........
4,024

23
1,151
...........


-832


-55,400
135,091
16,716
533.813
70.706

49,000
71,000

344,240
195,075

--800


2,372........
2,372

...........

...........


82.840.048
10.824
22,413,168
1.533,954

2,727.268
1.939.000

1,562,450
58.190
4.503,299
7.511.917
191,388
118.476

755,718
676,000
285,000

2.811.000
115,819

1,771
6,671
800,000

250,650

52,479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22,114
1,730,078

1,663


.......... ...
82.840 048
10.824
22,413,168
1,533,954

2,727.268
1.939.000

1.562.450
58,190
4.503.299
7.511.917
191,388
118,476

755,718
.376.000
285,000

2,811,000
115.819

1,771
6,671
800,000

250,650

52.479
1,522

20,400
150.000
22.114
1,730,078

1,663


3.001.926
54.124
24,149.403
1.490.,383

2 847.268
1,991,000

1 718.655
58 190
4.830 999
7,535,848
198,209
118.476

755,718
376.000
285.000


2,811,000
119.843

1,794
7,822
800,000
250.650

52.479
1.522

20,400
150.000
22.114
1,730,078

832


2,589,166 2.589.166 1,411,813 53,090,867 53.090,867 55.680.033


........... ....... ....... ..... 2,748,000 2,748,000 2,748,000
315,000 315,000 10,000 2,180,000 2,180.000 2,495,000
........... ........... ........... 4,984,600 4.984.600 4.984.600

315,000 315,000 10,000 9.912.600 9,912,600 10.227.600


2,904,166


2,904,166


1,421.813


63,003,468


63,003,468


65,907,633


Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans
made or guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own securities and in turn
may loan these funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Net Purchases or Sales (-) Securities Held as Investments
Transition Quart Current Transition Quarter
Transiltion Quarter
This Month I to Date Beginning of Close of
Th rs Quarter This Month This Month


Federal Funds
Department ,f Agriculture-
Agencv securtl e.- ... .......................... ...

Department of Commerce .............................

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
F.'deral Housing Admini lralion
Ft dral housing administration fund:
Publil debt securities.........................
Agency securities.............................
Government Natonal Mortgage Association:
Special assistance function fund-
Agency securities..............................
Manatgemeni and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities..............................
Guarantees Of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities .............................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities ............................
Housing Mianagement
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securltle. ..............................
Rental housing assistance fund ....................
New Communities Administration-
New communities fund...........................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund................

Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration....................
Department of Transportation .........................
Department of Treasury ...................... .......

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ...................

Independent agencies
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board...................
Federal Energy Administration ....................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ............................
Agency securities................................
National Credit Union Administration ................
Other...................... .... ..... ...........

Total public debt securities....................
Total agency securities........................

Total Federal funds..........................

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court ............................
Library of Congress...............................
The Judiciary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund .....................

Department of Agriculture...........................

Department of Commerce.............................

Department of Defense.......................... ....

Department of Health. Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors, insurance trust fund:
Public debt -ecuriies ............................
Agency securities......... ............. ........
Federal disability insurance trust fund .............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund...
Other............................................


51.825




6
-1


-629

-187

1,238


-36.942



2.750


2.735

6.653


2.132


1.350
25,610

42.425

-500
3.332

52.614
-817


L


51.797 5


180

48

10


386


-1,251,595

-253.546
-236.140

98.276
............


11,825




6
-1


-629

-187

1.238


-36,942



2.750


2,73

6,65


2,13

1.35
25,61

42,42
............
-50
3.33

52,61
-81


1505


835.215

101.755


135.215

101.755


512 1.524.203 1.524,203
-1 191.207 191.207


-426

-317

986


-34,070



2,251

1,230

11.500


7.750
...... 893
4,893


5

3


2


0
0 ....

5

0
2

4
7


1.797


180

48

10


386


-1,251.595

-253,546
-236.140

98.276
.............


111.203

39.879

33.449
4.092

1.578,214
86.745


388
46,710


90.176


34.145
14,100
1.511,570


111,203

39,879

33.449
4,092

1.578,214
86,745


388
46.710


90.176


34,145
14,100
1.511,570


1.150 350.131 350,131 352,263


1,605 23,280 23,280 I 24,630
....... 1,712.430 1.712,430 1.738,040

17.700 3.967.607 3,967,607 4.010.032
....... 141,977 141,977 141,977
-625 72,653 72,663 72.153
7.120 256,105 256,105 259,437

22,507 11,316.528 11,316.528 11,369.142
-745 610,704 610.704 1 609.887
21,763 11,927,232 11,927,232, 11,979,029


... 140



10

1

I


-1.118,931

-237.619
-122.171
........275
-27.275
........ .


543
1.340

10.691

607

35

1,274


37.412.610
555.000
6.930.738
10.892.180
50,000
1.230.135
187


543
1.340

10.691

607

35

1.274


37.412,610
555.000
6.930.738
10,892.180
50,000
1.230.135
187


543
1.520

10.739

617

35

1,660


36,161,015
555,000
6.677,192
10,66,040
50,000
1,328.411
187


Classification


. .... .. . .. .. .


835,215

103.580




1.524,209
191.206


110,574

39.092

34.687
4.002

1,541.272
86,745


388
49.460


90.176


36,880
14.100
1,518,224







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES--Continued (In thousands)


Classification


Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior..........................

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ..........................
Other..........................................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.......
Other.......... .................................

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .....................
Highway trust fund ................................
Other............................................

Department of the Treasury..........................
General Service Administration .....................

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund...................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities...............................
Veterans special life insurance fund ................
General Post Fund National Homes ..................

Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities............................
Employees health benefits fund....................
Employees life insurance fund ....................
Retired employees health benefits fund.............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation..............
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ..........
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund...
Railroad Retirement Board:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities ................ .............

Total public debt securities ......................
Total agency securities.........................
Total trust funds...........................

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Financing bank .............................
Postal Service:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities....................... ........
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .......
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ................

Total public debt securities ......................
Total agency securities ..........................

Total Off-budget Federal agencies...............
Grand Total............................. .............

MEMORANDUM
Investments in securities of privately owned
Government-sponsored enterprises:
Milk market orders assessment fund..................
Total.........................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


Transition Quarter
to Date


Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter


Beginning of


This Quarter PriorQuarterj This Quarter


+ ------+


S25,815


-255,595
-1,301

-582


58,855
34,550

16,150
23

-1,993

11.957
............
2,601




-287,148

-36,572
-48,864
-1,000
-10,500
-68
I
-2 101
-293,101


-2,429,152


825,815


-255,595
-1,301


58,855
34,550

16,150
23

-1,993

11,957

2,601




-287,148
-36,572
-48,864
-1,000
-10,500
-68
1

-293,101


-2,429.152


-42,725


-953,378


-2,053


88,490
-93.757

17,000
1,310

-2.994

9,952

2,965




-220,457
-30.447
12,103

-17,819


-255,497

-2,953,152


-2,429,152 -2,429,152 -2,953,152


-9,600
7,995
393,213
-3,975


-9,600 ...........
7,995 ...........
393.213 159.426
-3,975 ...........


............ ............
-25 -25

391.583 391.583
-3,975 -3.975
387.608 387.608
-1,989,748 -1,989,748





..... .. ... ......
... . .


-539

158.887
. . .

158.887
-2,772.503


11,490


4,810,035
6,673

181.852
215

2,529,171
9,030,477
10

26,2600
3,527

569,027

6,930,933
310,000
476,384
1,143



43,059,637
375,000
336.085
2,100,891
19.081
6,734,835
18,675
10,535

3,962,655
50,000

137,299.928
1.340,000
138,639,928


9,600
96.465
827,988
3,975
4.855
55,851

994.759
3,975

998.734


151,565.894 151.565.894


Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.


Tlus Month


Close of
This Month


311,490


4,810,035
6,673

181,852
215

2,529.171
9.030,477
10

26,260
3.527

569,027

6,930,933
310,000
476,384
1,143



43.059,637
375,000
336.085
2.100,891
19.081
6.734,835
18.675
10,535

3,962,655
50,000
137.299,928
1.340.000
138,639.928


9.600
96.465
827,988
3.975
4,855
55.851

994.759
3.975
998.734


.37,305


4.554,440
5.372

181.270
215


2.588.026
9,065,027
10

42,410
3,550

567,034

6.942,890
310.000
478.985
1,143



42,772.489
375.000
299.513
2.052,027
18,081
6,724.335
18.607
10.536

3,669,554
50.000

134,870.776
1.340.000
136.210.776



104.460
1.221.200

4.855
55.826

1.386.341

1.386.341
149,576 146







28 TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF TRANSITION QUARTER

IF'.urr, .,rr rounded in millions of dollars and mai not add ro total)
--

Transit. Com-
Cla..,stfcat .n July Aug. S pt. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June Quarter parable
to Prior
Date Quarter

RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ....... .11.201 11.01 19,615
Corporation income taxes..... 1.513 :, 1,513 1,367
Social insurance taxes and .
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributtons.............. 5 937 5,937 5.309
Unemployment insurance.... 723 723 444
Contribution. for other
insurance and retirement ., 408 408 375
Excise taxes................. 1.510 1,510 1,514
Estate and gift taxes......... 454 .454 503
Customs..................... 389 .... 389 313
Miscellaneous................ 524 54 615
r- -.-----. -- --' --- .. -- ---- -- -__ .
Total--receipts transi-
tion quarter........... 22 660 2260 6
Tr. rj .r' r ft p'' trI,' irI. tl ... ".' .. :I |uI/

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch ........... 67 F 38
The JudIcLary................ 36 36 1
Executive Office of the
President:.................. 6 6 6
Funds appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance................ 402 402 75
International development I i
assistance .............. 449 44 250
Other ...................... 36 36; 70
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodlty Credit
Corporation................ 241 i 241 175
Other ..................... 867 8I 819
Department of Commerce ..... 178 178, 183
Department of Defense: --
Militarv
Department of the Army... 1.612 I 1,612 1,711
Department of the Navy ... 2.408 2,406 I 2,354
Department of Air Force. 2,277 2,277 2,126
Defense agencies......... 945 945 844
Civil defense............. 5 5 4
Allowance undistributed ... ....... ....... .........

Total litary .......... 7,246 I___ : 7,246" 7,038
.. .....
Civil...................... 168 168 165
Department of Health,
Education. and Welfare-
Social and Rehabilitation
Se rvce................... 1.485 1.485 1.316
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust 1
fund...................... 5 676 5, 6 5,139
Federal disability insurance
trust und ................ 868 i 868 751
Federal hospital insurance '
trust fund ................ 1.102 1.102 I 992
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund ..................... 447 447 410
Other .................... 1.657 1,867 ,| 1.541
I. .:. -...ilii .6i= |i


- -ill .. I







TABLE






Classification



OUTLAYS- -Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development.......
Department of the Interior .....
Department of Justice .........
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund.....
Other ......................
Department of State ...........
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ..........
Other ......................
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the public debt....
Interest on refunds, etc. ....
General revenue sharing.....
Other ......................
Energy Research and Devel-
opment Administration ........
Environmental Protection
Agency......................
General Services
Administration ...............
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration.........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pension....
National service life.........
Government service life .....
Other ......................
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission....
Postal Service ..............
Small Business
Administration.............
Tennessee Valley Authority ..
Other Ind. agencies .........
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts-
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund.....
Interest credited to certain
accounts ................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands.....
Allowances Undistributed ......

Total outlays--transition
quarter .................

Toutl Ourlai -pri, quarter' ......

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) transi-
tion quarter..................
Surplus i'* up defiirt f r t q ti r .


V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF TRANSITION QUARTER--Continued

(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)
I V


July


$1,125
253
215
1,213
696
233

482
464

3,754
27
1,587
-272
233

439

-130

344

694

4
653


Sept Oct. Nov.


Dec. Jan. Feb.


March April


Transit. Com-


May June Quarter parable
May J Prior
Date Quarter
7 ..-.


See footnotes on page 3.







30 TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Current Month


Cluassifcatlon





Trust receipt,. ullAys',. and Invest-
nients held
Federal old -age and survivors
insurance. .. .. .. ......
Federal disability insurance .......
Feder.ll hipiltal Insurance ........
Federal supplementary medical
inrur .nce ........ ..........
Federal employees retirement .....
Federal employees life and health
benefits ........................
Ftder.J Deposit Insurance Corp....
Airport and airway...............
General Revenue Sharing ..........
Highway ........................
Military ._ssitance advances ......
Railroad retirement ..............
Unemployment ...................
Veterans life insurance ...........
All either trust ..................

Trust funds receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV-D.....................

Interlund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays...............

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays .......................

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table M .............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays .............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlay ............. .......

Total interfund receipts and outlays..

Net budgLt receipts and outlays. ......

Set footnotes on page 3.


Rl ceipts Outlays






34.340 5I 5.597
614 857
963 1.085

178 62
231 523


92
3,327
543

20
723


89:
16,
36
4,914,
4911
-2241
303,
7621
i


Excess of
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


-31.257
-243
-122

116
-292

-89
-16
56
-1.587
52
224
-283
-39
-I--I


3 -151i 154


11.034 14,360 -3.326


1.272


12,306


14.953

10
F---- --- t-

14.963
-4,609

22,660


1,272 ......... 1.272


15,632 -3.326' 12,306


22,873 -7.920 14,953

10 ......... 101


22,883 -7,920 14,963
-4,609 ......... -4,609

33,906 -11,246 22.660


Transition Quarter to


Receipts


i



S 4.340
614
963

178
231


92
3,327
543

20
723

3


Outlays






$5.597
857
1,085

62
523

89
16
36
4,914
491
-224
303
762

-151


Ex
re
o
1


Date Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter

cessf u Beginning of
'celpis .. .. Close of
r out- This this month
aysl-) Quarter This month




-1,257 I 837,968 137,968 838,716
-243 6.931 6,931 6,97F
-122 10,942 10.942 10.706

116 1,230 1,230 1,328
-292 43,616 43.616 I 43,329

-89 2,456 2,456 2.370
-16 6.735' 6,735 6,.24
56 2.529 2,529 2,588
-1,587 ......... ........... .o.............
52 9.030 9,030 9,06=
224 ....... ....... .. ..... .... .......
-283 4,013 4,013 I 3,720
-39 4,810 4,810 4,554
8,286 8,286 8,299
154 93 93 119
I- -


11,034 14,360 -3,326 i 138.639


138,639


1,272 ..........


15,632 -3,326

22.873 -7,920

10 .... ..
-4-I
22,883 -7.920 ,
-4,609 ..........

33,906 -11,246


136.195


Note Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal
employer contributions. and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and
outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $3,327
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


I







TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands)


Source


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.........................................................
Corporation income taxes ......................................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ..........................................
Unemployment insurance .....................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ...............................
Excise taxes ....................................... ..........................
Estate and gift taxes ...........................................................
Custom s ......................................................................
M miscellaneous ................................................................

Total.....................................................................

OUTLAYS

National defense ...............................................................
International affairs ...........................................................
General science, space, and technology ..........................................
Natural resources, environment, and energy ....................................
Agriculture ............................................. .....................
Commerce and transportation............... ...................................
Community and regional development ...........................................
Education, training, employment and social services ..............................
Health ........................................................................
Income security ...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services..................................................
Law enforcement and justice ....................................................
General government............................................................
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance.............................
Interest.......................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ..................................... ..........

Total ................................... .................................


This Month


11,200,583
1,513,276

5,937,068
723,143
408,212
1,509,897
454,098
389,055
524,274


Total Budget

Transition Quarter
to Date


811,200.583
1,513.276

5,937,068
723,143
408,212
1,509,897
454,098
389,055
524,274


Comparable Pnor


Comparable Prior
Quarter



an c6e 1n


7 COW
1,367,078

5,309,405
443,882
374,800
1,514,285
502,664
313,148
615,237


22.659,605 22,659,605 20.055,751


7,461,636 7,461,636 7,250,467
902,385 902,385 525,553
402,796 402,796 449,630
1,312,903 1.312,903 898,455
99,192 99,192 192,692
2,056,161 2,056,161 2,263,923
450,123 450,123 350,940
1,348,146 1,348,146 1,187,801
3,076,650 3,076,650 2,787,002
10,989,508 10,989,508 10,368,521
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33,906,184


33,906,184


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