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Monthly Treasury Statement of 1 /

,lt r -t i --. .

Receipts and Outlays of the United States.Gq enment

for period from October 1, 1976 through October 31,1976

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILllON6)
J .- =- .-'


Fiscal Year


Actual 1977 (one month) ..............

Comparative data:
Actual comparable prior period (one
month)............ ...... ..
Actual comparable prior period
(full year)........................
Estimated 1977 '.....................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Receipts


Outlays


Budget
Surplus it)
or
Deficit (-)


M eanoCtanc img
r -


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


By Reduction -_ '
of Cash '
and Monetary Othel' / /'
Assets Means
Increase (-)


+ 4 + 44 4 4 ~


t21.018


19,316
309,503
352,466


P34.000


32,493
370,129
399,973


-<12,981


-13,177

-60,626
-47,507


t4.386


11,743
77,515
62,369


F4.271


-1,687
-8,944
-3,200


P4,325


3,121

-7,945
-11,662


4.. -.
*


SBudget
Financing


r12 981


13,177

60,626
47,507


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


Actual Budget
Classification This Fiscal Estzmates
Year to Date Full Fiscal Year'


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 scellaneo us ....................................................................................

Total

OUTLAYS
Legislative Branch ................................................................................
The Judiciary ........................................ .............................. ..............
Executive 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 ....................... .................
Department 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 ...................... .. .................

Total........................................ .. ... .. ... .

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) ... .... ...............................................................
See footnotes on page 3.

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


311,094,793 .152.614.000
1,027,370 53,149,000

5,308,450 96,009,400
502,633 9.964,089
387,693 5,058,845
1,407,991 17,845,000
416,715 5,767,000
345,399 4,620,000
527,287 7,438.896

21,018,331 352,466,230


52,668
965
4,847

350,041
101,899
41,211
981,574
131,279
7,244,265
193,838
11,634,986
110,097
247.782
198,951
1,459,463
116,114
1.019,397
2,870,403
1,672,019
200,675
267,365
274,227
-100,849
367,725
1,382.028
3,613.081

-291739 .
-73.566
-71,164

-33.999.52

-12,981.251


978,453
376,694
73,690

2,220,700
1,732,890
565,709
11,135.534
2,169.525
99,985,000
2,211,499
143,542,319
7,524,107
2,714,031
2,261,432
21.067,620
1.078.293
12,841,196

43,900.000
6,581,934
396,567
5.345.947
4.602.640
-612.527
3,675.381
17,753,684
21.879,639
760.000
-4.469,990
-8.319.005
-4,000.000
399.972.962

-47,506,732






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


TI
Classification of -- -
Receipts Gross
Receipts

Individual income taxes:
W withheld ........................................... '10.693.630
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ................. I 38
Other............... ........................... 564,106

Tutal--Individual income taxes ................... .. 11,257,773

Corporation income taxes.............................. 1.873,681
Corporation incoe taxe 1....................... ...... 1 .1873,681


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 for 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.


3,913,000

54,254

3,967,254


514,000

208

514,208


his Month

Refunds Net
(Deduct) Receipts






V162,980 11,094,793

846,311 1,027,370




........ 3,913,000

.......... 54,254

.........: 3.967,254


514,000

208

514,208


Current Fiscal Year to Dale
-T
--r
Gross I Refunds Net
Receipts I (Deduct) Receipts


:10,693,630
38
564,106


11,257,773

1,873,681




3,913,000

54,254

3,967,254


514.000

208

514,208


___________ 4-- ~ ---' -- '--- -~~ ----


805,000
............

267
793


805,000
..........
267
793


805,000
.............

267
793


2162,980 S11,094,793
.. .... --_- r -~ _-_
846,311 1,027,370




......... 3,913,000
........ ...... .
......... 54.254

......... 3,967,254

.... t. -514,000
......... 514,000

......... 208


514.208


Comparable Period Priur Fiscal Year


Gross
Receipts


Refunds
(Deduct)


Net
Receipts


29,983,174
27
589.400


10,572,601


-580,887


1,694,440 821,458


3,363,000

34,988


3,397,988 ..........


.10,653.488

872.981




3,363,000
.............
34.988
3,397.988


442.000 ........... 442,000
.............. '..... ..... .........
1,702 ......... .702

443,702 ........... 443,702
-----i


1:


805,000


267
793


692,000
..............

2,653
630


692,000
.............
.............
2.653
630


806,060 .......... 806,060 806.060 ......... 806,060 695,283 ........... 695,283


20,924 -3 20,927 20,924 -3 20,927 14,401 5 14,397

5,308,447 -3 5,308,450 5,308,447 1-3 5,308,450 4,551,374 5 4,551,369



356,573 .......... 356,573 356,573 ......... 356,573 189,082 ........... 189,082
145,678 1,260 144,418 145,678 1,260 144,418 71,281 1,525 69,756
1,642 .......... 1,642 1,642 ......... 1,642 531 ........... 531

503,893 1,260 502,633 503,893 1,260 502,633 260,894 1,525 259,368



156,327 .......... 156,327 156,327 ......... 156,327 146,275 ........... 146,275
16,471 .......... 16,471 16,471 ......... 16,471 13,741 ........... .13,741

172,798 .......... 172,798 172,798 ......... 172,798 160,016 ........... .160,016


208,141 .......... 208,141 208,141 ......... 208,141 225,824 ........... 225,824
1,353 .......... 1,353 1,353 ......... 1,353 975 ........... 95
2 .......... 2 2 ......... 2 66 ........... 06


209,495 .......... 209,495 209,495 ......... 209,495 226,865 ........... 2216,865


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


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


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


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

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


Classification of This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Receipts--Continued Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts

Social insurance taxes and contributions--Continued
Contributions for other insurance and retirement--
Continued
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ....... g5,399 ........ 5,399 15.399 .......... S5,399 $8,030 ........... 8,030

Total--Contributions for other insurance and
retirement.................................. 387,693 ......... 387,693 387,693 .......... 387,693 394,911 .......... 394,911

Total--Social insurance taxes and contributions...... 6,200,034 $1,257 6,198,776 6,200,034 51,257 6,198,776 5,207,178 I1,530 5,205,648

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes........................... 802,721 11,521 791,201 802,721 11,521 791,201 904,698 11,887 892,811
Airport and airway trust fund........................ 92,890 ......... 92,890 92,890 .......... 92,890 84,670 ........... 84,670
Highway trust fund ................................. 523,900 ......... 523,900 523,900 .......... 523,900 484,800 ........... 484,800

Total--Excise taxes .............................. 1,419,511 11,521 1,407,991 1,419,511 11,521 1,407,991 1,474,168 11,887 1,462,281

Estate and gift taxes.................................. 425,082 8,367 416,715 425,082 8,367 416,715 401,225 5,502 395,723

Customs duties ...................................... 357,537 12,139 345,399 357,537 12,139 345,399 355,977 12,478 343,499

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks........ 489,560 ......... 489,560 489,560 .......... 489,560 476,912 ........... 476,912
Fees for licenses to import petroleum and petroleum
products .......................................... .............. ......... ........... ............ .......... ...........-9,99 ........... -9,699
AU other ......................................... ...41,038 3,311 37,727 41,038 3,311 37,727 -85,001 39 -85,039

Total--Miscellaneous receipts..................... 530,598 3,311 527,287 530,598 3,311 527,287 382,212 39 382,173

Total--Budget receipts............................ 22,084,216 1,045,885 21,018,331 22,064,216 1,045,885 21,018,331 20,087,802 772,008 19,315,794


FOOTNOTES

NOTE: The enactment of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (Public Law
93-344) established a new fiscal year period (October 1 through September 30) effective with fiscal
year 1977. The data presented in this statementin the columns "current fiscal year to date" and "com-
parable period prior fiscal year" is cumulative for the months October 1976 through September 1977
and October 1975 through September 1976 respectively.


Comparable prior period includes October I, 1975 throughSeptemrber 30,
1976 as appl;cable.
SS1sati on nte revisedestimates of the 1977 Budget update released July 16,
: 7 11,.
L' Lc!udese quarterly Standard Land Users Charge.
'Effective S-eplpmer 30, 1976 Export-Import Bank was reclassified from
off- b.dge to budgetary account.
In'r-jl's certain Exp'ort- Import Bank borrowing transactions now classi-
fied as agency debt. These transactions were previously reported as off-
budget negative outlas.


6Includes Export-Import Bank transactions
to budgetary account.
7Transactions cover the period October 1,
and are partially estimated.

*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00


reclassified from off-budget

1976 throughh October 8, 1976






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS


Legislative Branch:
Senate................... ..........................
House of Representatives...........................
Joint items ........................................
Congressional Budget Office.........................
Architect of 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.........................
Foreign military training .....................
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......


This Month


Outlays



:11,474
1,862
210
571
5,365
8,937

17,598
-5,613
11,552
842
1.076
............
-61

53,812


754

(*)

85
202


1.041


Applicable
Receipts


1,144


1,144


77


Net
Outlays


S11,474
1,862
210
571
5,365
8,937

17,598
-5,613
11,552
842
1,078
-1,144
-61

52,668


754

(*)
..........
85
202
-77
965


Current Fiscal Year t


Outlays



$11,474
1,862
210
571
5,365
8,937

17,598
-5,613
11,552
842
1,076
.............
-61

53,812

754

(*)
............
85
202


1.041


Applicable
Receipts


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








$1,144


1,144


..........



77

77"


o Date

Net
Outlays


11,474
1,862
210
571
5.365
8,937

17,598
-5,613
11,552
842
1.076
-1,144
-61

52,668
---


754

(*)
...........
85
202
-77


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays



-10,444
17,884
438

4,988
7,833

12,837
-5,595
9,549
704
1,010

-28

60,065


733

17,360
204
400
1,508


20.204


Applicable
Receipts


............
35

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

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



1,408


1,414


Net
Oullayv.


:10,444
17,879
438
.............
4,988
7.833

12.837
-5.595
9,549
704
1,010
-1,408
-28

58,651

733

17,360
204
400
1,508
-40

20.165


21 ......... 21 21 .......... 21 21 ............ 21
1,293 ......... 1,293 1,293 ......... 1,293 1,389 .......... 1,389
1,913 ......... 1,913 1,913 .......... 1,913 1,957 ............ 1,957
356 ......... 356 356 .......... 356 1,929 ............ 1,929
23 ......... 23 23 .......... 23 1,938 ............ 1,938
1,241 ......... 1,241 1,241 .......... 1,241 1,244 ............ 1,244

4,847 ......... 4,847 4,847 .......... 4,847 8,478 ............ 8,478


18,116 ......... 18,116 18,116 .......... 18,116 32,182 ............ 32,182
28,090 ......... 28,090 28,090 .......... 28,000 17,737 ............ 17,737


1,613 ......... 1,613 1,613 .......... 1,613 203 15,175 -14,972
98,489 ......... 98,489 98,489 .......... 98,489 63,427 ............ 63,427
1,796 ........ 1,796 1,796 .......... 1,796 ............ ............ .............
-368 ........ -68 -368 .......... -368 14,205 ............ 14,205
7,379 ......... 7,379 7,379 .......... 7,379 17,238 ............ 17,238
115,952 ......... 115,952 115,952 ......... 115,952 14,436 ............ 14,436
5,968 ......... 5,968 5,968 .......... 5,968 202,837 ............ 202,837
641,160 ......... 641,160 641,160 .......... 641,160 247,272 ............ 247,272


............ 488,792 -488,792 ............. 488,792 -488,792 ............ 513,405 -513,405
............ 33,155 -33,155 ............. 33,155 -33,155 ............ 37,957 -37,979

871.989 521,947 350,041 871,989 521.947 350,041 559.618 566,536 -6,918


See footnotes on page 3.


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


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

40








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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

Naval Petroleum Reserve Strategic Petroleum
Storage ........................................
Other ............... ..... ................... ......

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental managemen..........................
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:
Economic Management Support Center.............
Statistical Reporting Service .....................
Economic Research Service ......................
Marketing Services ...............................
International Programs:
foreign Agrirultural Service ...................
Foreign assistance and special export programs ....
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service-
Salaries and expenses ........................
Sugar act program .........................
Agricultural conservation program (REAP)..........
Cropl.nd adjustment program...................
Emergency ronservatinn measures................
Forestry irn enrites programs ...................
Other ................... ...... ...............


This Month


Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


___________________ 1 V I I r


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


A58


Outlays


-432,674


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


-432,674


25,272 .......... 25,272 25,272 .......... 25,272 87,975 ............ 87,95
2,905 .......... 2,905 2,905 .......... 2,905 17,133 ............ 17,133


17,835 $272 17,562 17,835 $272 17,562 39,769 33,795 5,974
241 1,542 -1,301 241 1,542 -1,301 114 2,238 -2,124
791 .......... 791 791 .......... 791 656 ............ 656
560 327 232 560 327 232 256 563 307
36,741 .......... 36,741 36,741 .......... 36,741 41,545 ............ 41,545

16,680 .......... 16,680 16,680 .......... 16,60 15 ............ 15
1,235 .......... 1,235 1,235 ......... 1,235 2,120 ............ 2,120
2,199 .......... 2,199 2,199 .......... 2,199 8,169 ............ 8,169
28,278 .......... 28,278 28,278 .......... 28,278 -1,323 ............ -1,323
62 .......... 62 62 .......... 62 4 ............ 4
.............. 28,757 -28,77 ............ 28,28,757 28,757 ............ 936 -

104,621 30,899 73,723 104,621 30,899 73,723 91,327 37,532 53,795

132,798 30,899 101,899 132,798 30,899 101,899 196,435 37,532 158,903
1,170 .......... 1,170 1,170 .......... 1,170 2,716 ............ 2,716
125 .......... 125 125 .......... 125 356 ............ 356
3,219 .......... 3,219 3,219 .......... 3,219 261 ............ 261

1,009,357 552,846 456,510 1,009.357 552,846 456,510 726,712 604,068 122,644


78 10,073 -9,995 78 10,073 -9,995 ............ ............ ............
431 .......... 431 431 .......... 431 55 ............ 55

1,056,072 562,919 493,151 1.056.072 562,919 493,151 776,686 604,068 172,618


3,381 .......... 3,381 3,381 .......... 3,381 -10,822 ............ -10,822

21,601 .......... 21,601 21,601 .......... 21,601 19,862 ............ 19,862
28,491 .......... 28,491 28,491 .......... 28,491 24,753 ............ 24,753
17,095 .......... 17,095 17,095 .......... 17,095 8,173 ............ 8,173
12,369 .......... 12,369 12,369 .......... 12,369 8,510 ............ 8,510
410 .......... 410 410 .......... 410 439 ........... 439

79,966 ......... 79,966 79,966 .......... 79,966 61,737 ............ 61,737

55 .......... 55 55 .......... 55 ............ ............ ............
1,973 .......... 1,973 1,973 .......... 1,973 2,346 ........... 2,34
2,522 .......... 2,522 2,522 .......... 2,522 831 ............ 831
564 .......... 504 564 .......... 564 593 ............ 593

2,377 .......... 2,377 2,377 .......... 2,377 2,759 ............ 2,759
62,046 .......... 62,046 62,046 .......... 62,046 17,589 ............ 17,589


6,934
-1
-36,924
16,945
7
42
151


TAJl]- -Agri cultural Stabilization and Conservation
Service .. ........ .... ........ ....... -12,847 ..........


6,934
-1
-36,924
16,945
7
42
151


6,934
-1
-36.924
16.945
7
42
151


-12,847 -12,847


6,934
-1
-36,924
16,945
7
42
151

-12,847


13,570
2,208
19,695
35,252
478
364
805


72,372 ............


13,570
2,208
19,695
35,252
478
364
805

72.372


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Agriculture- -Couiiinued
Corporations:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund.........
Administrative and operating expenses...........
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related program .............
Special activities:
Intragovernunental 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 (or strengthening markets, income and
supply ..................... ..............
Milk market orders assessment fund...........
Other. ......................................

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

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

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

Total--Consumer Programs ................


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


I + I I 9


525.050 371.820


38,813 .........
256 .........

564,119 371,820


581,448 380,719

89 .........
1,466 .........


7,034
1,396


153,230

38,813
256


192,299


200,729

89
1,466


.15,933
1,396

525,050

38,813
256

564,119


:8,899


371,820



371,820


581,448 380,719

89 ..........
1,466 ..........


7,034
1,396
153,230

38.813
256

192,299


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays Applicable
atlas Receipts


-6,535
1,507


373,428


:10,152
..........


165,316


Net
Outlays


- 3,617
1.507
208,112


373,918 165,316 208.601


200.729 381,960


89
1.466


59
1,460


175,468 206,491


59
1,460


306,818 480,827 -174,009 306,818 480,827 -174,009 447,607 490,820 -43,213
102,030 191,118 -89,088 102,030 191,118 -89,088 138,775 109,006 29,770
108,950 119,685 -10,735 1 108,950 119,685 -10.735 54,411 79,852 -25,441
-309 17 -326 -309 17 -326 -251 .......... -251
7,997 ..... 7,99797 997 ........ 7,997 5975 .......... 5,975
12,796 .......12,796 12,796 ........ 12,796 11,801 .......... 11,801
1,802 ......... 1,802 1,802 .......... 1,802 1,025 .......... 1,02

540,084 791,647 -251,563 540,084 791,647 -251,563 659,344 679,678 -20.334

541,639 791.647 -250,008 541,639 791,647 -250,008 660,862 679,678 -18,816


17,485 ......... 17,485 17,485 .......... 17,485 19,343 .......... 19,343
17,672 ......... 17,672 17,672 .......... 17,672 15,116 .......... 15,116
6,291 .........291 91 6,291 .......... 6,291 5,749 .......... 5,749


5,040 ......... 5,040 5,040 .......... 5,040 3,931 .......... 3.931

29,770 ......... 29,770 29,770 .......... 29,770 78,962 .... ... 78.962
1,737 1,826 -89 1,737 1,826 -89 1,737 1,826 -89
3,104 ......... 3,104 3,104 .......... 3,104 4,208 .......... 4,208
39,651 1,826 37,825 39.651 1,826 37,825 88,838 1,826 87,012


15,605 ......... 15,605 15,605 .......... 15,605 ..... .......... .............
457,248 ......... 57,248 4 57,248 .......... 457,248520,138 .......... 520,138
10,022 ......... 10,022 10,022 .......... 10,022 4,021 .......... 4,021
332,664 ......... 332,664 332,664 .......... 332,664 123,958 .......... 123,958
10,506 ......... 10,506 10,506 .......... 10,506 ............ .......... .............

826,044 ......... 826,044 826,044 .......... 826,044 648,117 .......... 648,117

865,696 1,826 863,870 865,696 1,826 863,870 736,954 1,826 735,128


I.. 4 ^ ^ --- ---- --- .:.:..:: I.....,,,:: ,


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1


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t15,933
1,396


$8,899
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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Agrculture--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--Maritime Administration .................

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

T',al--Departmennt of Commerce ................


S2.475
52,427
2,026
19,349
2,711
4,364
1,547

84,900


$99,403


*2,475
52,427
2,026
19,349
2,711
4,364
1,547

84,900


-99,403


s2,475
52,427
2,026
19,349
2,711
4,364
1,547

84,900


$99,403


32,475
52,427
2,026
19,349
2,711
4,364
1,547

84,900

-99,403


-81,124
60,356
3,108
16,505
2,745
6,861
818

89,269

...........


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


$81,193


-1,124
60,356
3,108
16,505
2,745
6,861
818

89,269

-81,193


2,255,169 1,273,595 981,574 2,255,169 1,273.595 981,574 2,056,659 938,165 1,118,494


1,958 .......... 1,958 1,958 .......... 1,958 1,851 .......... 1,851
67 ......... 67 67 .......... 67 12 ........... 12
6,182 .......... 6,182 6,182 .......... 6,182 7,655 ........... 7,655
657 ......... 657 657 .......... 657 364 ........... 364


7 3,367 -3,359 7 3,367 -3,359 5 4,183 -4,178
24,738 .......... 24,738 24,738 .......... 24,738 23,735 ........... 23,735
7,619 .......... 7,619 7,619 .......... 7,619 8,095 ........... 8,095
2,099 .......... 2,099 2,099 .......... 2,099 3,508 ........... 3,508
10,867 .......... 10,867 10,867 .......... 10,867 8,285 .......... 8,285

45,329 3,367 41,963 45,329 3,367 41,963 43,628 4,183 39,445


6,899 .......... 6,899 6,899 .......... 6,899 4,958 ........... 4,958
3,990 .......... 3,990 3,990 .......... 3,990 4,983 ........... 4,983
728 .......... 728 728 .......... 728 686 ........... 686

11,616 .......... 11,616 11,616 .......... 11,616 10,627 ........... 10,627


32,610 89 32,521 32,610 89 32,521 41,644 151 41,493
535 .......... 535 535 .......... 535 1,002 ........... 1,002
7,085 .......... 7,085 7,085 .......... 7,085 6,174 ........... 6,174
6,255 .......... 6,255 6,255 .......... 6,255 4,976 ........... 4,976

46,485 89 46,396 46,485 89 46,396 53,796 151 53,645


713
12,172
15,037
3,908

31,829


-5,422

138,703


2,239


-1,526
12,172
15,037
3,908


713
12,172
15,037
3,908


2,239 29.690 31,829_

1,730 -1,730 ..........
.......... -5,422 -5,422 ....

7,424 131,279 138,703


2,239


..........


-1,526
12,172
15,037
3,908


2.239 29.590

1,730 -1,730
...... -5,422

7,424 131,279


122
16,921
20,232
4,525

41,799


-3,461

156,271


1,563


...........


-i ---1" --------


1,563

2,597


8,494


-1,442
16,921
20,232
4,525


40,236

-2.597
-3,461

147,776


- 4 -


I '


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued
O


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

Total--Military personnel......................

Retired Mlliary 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 ................. ............


This Month

utlays Applicable
Receipts




-829,390 .........
630.097 .........
638,668 .......

2,098,154 .........

652,286 .........

505,727 .........
767,373 .........
732,031 .........
228,518 .........

2,233.650 .........


249,543 .........
593,765 .........
482,022 .........
11,655 ..........

1,336,985 .........


145,222
233,691
278,320
37,266


.........


Current Fiscal Year to Daitt Comparable


tlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


-829,390 829,390 .......... .829,390
630,097 630.097 I .......... 630,097
638,668 638,668 .......... 638.668
-- t ------ --- ---,
2.098,154 2,098,154 .......... 2,098,154
--- t ^- i
652,286 652.286 .......... 652,286

505.727 505,727 .......... 505,727
767,373 767,373 .......... 767,373
732,031 732,031 .......... 732,031
228,518 228,518 ......... 228518

2,233,650 2,233,650 .......... 2,233,650
5 3.0 ~ 2953. 2,233.650
q .4 q qAI 'Af K4*q
Jt.J ~?sa2( .zo, 2n.J


593,765
482,022
11,655

1,336,985


145,222
233,691
278,320
37,266


I 593.765
482,022
11,655


1,336,985 ..........


145,222
233,691
278,320
37,266


593,765
482,022
11,655

1,336,985


145,222
233,691
278,320
37,266


69449 ......... 694,498 694,498 .......... 694,498


144,640 ......... 144,640 144,640 .......... 144,640
53,595 ......... 53.5595 95 .......... 53,595
38,776 ....38,776 38,776 ........ 38,776
191 ....... 91 191 .......... 191

237,202 _23 7,202 237,202 .........237,202
I I
91919


91
96,318


96,409

5,707
14


113


126,843
87,563
31,423
-33,729


Total--Revolving and management funds ....... 212,21

See footnotes on page 3.


91
96,318

96,409


5,707
14


7157


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


1-
-44


126,843
87,563
31,423
-33,729


3 157 212,056


91
96.318

96,409


91
96,318

96.409


f7B 571


Period Prior Fist al Year

Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


668,929
658,014

2,155,514

598,500

659,814
747,723
838,896
259,506


2,505,938 ...........
--g-_-


280,147
645,451
568,387
5,596


1,499,582 ...........
t


161,154
274,921
296,114
45,606


777,795 ...........


90,496
72.334
36,807
-1,676


197,960 ...........


460 ........... 460
94,944 ........... 94,944

95,403 ........... 95,403


S-r-- -;- -- r -.-~ -- ---f -- ----- -


5,707 ..........
14 ...... .


(.,
113


126,843
.87,563
31,423
-33,729


........ .
157
..........

..........

..........


5,707
14


-44


126,843
87,563
31,423
-33,729


212,213 157 212,056


8,013
424


169


109,800
63,128
-14,793
-52,121


8,013
424


...........

...........


33


109,800
63,128
-14,793
-52,121


106,183 135


L T


L


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


- ,~ ___


- -


_~ .____ .;L


t


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


828.571
668,929
658.014

2. 155,514

598,500

650.814
747,723
838,896
259,506

2,505,938


280,147
645,451
568,387
5,596

1.499,582


161,154
274,921
296,114
45,606


777.795


90.496
72,334
36,807
-1,676

197,960


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


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


Classification of This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
OUTLAYS--Continued Ou Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Applicable Net
uays Receipts Outlays as Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

Department of Defense--Civil:
Cemeterial expenses, Army ........................
Corps of Engineers:
Intragovernmental funds.......................
Other ....................
Proorietary 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............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................
Intrabudgetary transactions .......................

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

Department of Health. Education, and Welfare:
Food and Drug Admirusiration ......................
Health Services Admmnstration-
Health maintenance organization loan and loan
guarantee fund..................................
Health services..................................
Indian health services and facilities................
Other..........................................
Center for Disease Control .........................
National Institutes of Health:
Intragovernmental 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 Re sources Administration:
Public enterprise funds...........................
Health resources ..............................
Office of Assistant Secretary for Hralth..............

S~. f otnotes on 1.ipa 3.


24,648
876

4,255

7,576,896


289
14,565
184,971


15
1.178
25.336
473
51



226,878


19.937



297,410
28,086
14
19,380

202.645
61,492
30,960
18,884
13,554
12,121
17,469
12,210
19,259
3,222

391,815



19,190
4.053
-32

7.214
-34.948
33,635


$20,382

312,092


332,631


8,598

20
..........

18,583


5,839


33,040


539


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



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


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


6,400
..........
..........


-$15,734
876
-312,092
4,255

7,244,265


289
14,565
184,971
-8,598

-4
1,178

6,752
473
51
-5,839


193,838


19,398



297,410
28,086
14
19,380

202,645
61,492
30,960
18,884
13,554
12,121
17,469
12,210
19,259
3,222

391,815



19,190
4,053
-32

814
-34,948
33,635


F4,648
876

4,255

7,576,896


289
14,565
184,971


15
1,178
25,336
473
51
...............


226,878


19,937



297,410
28,086
14
19,380

202,645
61,492
30,960
18,884
13.554
12,121
17.469
12,210
19.259
3,222

391,815



19,190
4,053
-32

7,214
-34,948
33,635


$20,382

312,092


332,631


..........


8,598

20

18,583


5,839


33,040


539


..........
..........
..........o
..........o


..........
..........
..........
..........o


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

6,400
..........
..........


-415,734
876
-312,092
4.255

7,244,265


289
14,565
184,971
-8,598

-4
1,178

6,752
473
51
-5,839


193,838


19,398


.......... ,.
297,410
28,086
14
19,380

202,645
61.492
30,960
18.884
13,554
12.121
17,469
12.210
19,259
3.222

391,815



19,190
4,053
-32

814
-34.948
33.635


$5,262
1,564

303

7,952,442


998
-9.091
210.128


21
1,422
18,741
6,470
61

-1,614

227,134


9,799


..............
189,209
28,496
-5
27,276

12,629
58.432
35.984
29,442
9,430
17.702
24.094
16,309
22,305
4,836

231,164



115.932
4.084
-30

3,799
305,785
35,328


?7,667

47,350


55,153


2,937

23


20,658


2,857


26,475


-99



. .... .. ...


-*2,405
1,564
-47,350
303

7.897,289


998
-9,091
210.128
-2.937

-3
1,422
-1,918
6.470
61
-2.857
-1,614

200,659


9,897



189,209
28,496
-5
27,276

12,629
58,432
35,984
29,442
9.430
17.702
24.094
16,309
22.305
4,836

231.164



115,932
4.084
-30

3,799
305.785
35,328







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


Classification of
OU irLAYS--lii i imurdl


DLkeprtmenzt of Health, Education, and Welfare--Cuntinued
Edui-a ion Division:
Office of Education:
Public enterprise funds:
Student loan insurance fund ...................
Higher education facilities loan and insurance
fund .................................
Elementary and secondary education.............
Indian education................................
School assistance In federally affected areas......
Emergency school ad ..........................
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 .........................
Special benefits for disabled coal miners ...........
Supplemental security income program ............
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments...............................
Administrative expenses and construction........

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

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ............................
Administrative expenses and construction.........

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


Outlays


This Month

SApplicable
Receipts


6 --ii


$11,971

1.950
38,061
2,227
1,337
16.403
20,666
61,150
87,700
6,439
-399
8,247

255,753

6,100
1,824

263,677



117,592
764,634
571,376


$248

..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
248

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

248



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


26,003 ..........

9,120 ..........
6,381

1,495.105 ..........


-1,274

375,920
74,133
491,463

5,720,082
85,282

5,805,364


885,744
26,287

912,031


..........

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

,..........
S..........

..........


.........

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


Net
Outlays


$11,723

1,950
38,061
2,227
1,337
16,403
20,666
61,150
87,700
6,439
-399
8,247

255,505

6,100
1,824

263,429



117,592
764,634
571,376
26,003

9,120
6,381

1,495,105


-1,274

375,920
74,133
491,463

5,720,082
85,282

5,805,364


885,744
26,287

912,031


Current Fisca Year to D


Outlays






311,971

1,950
38,061
2,227
1,337
16,403
20,666
61,150
87,700
6,439
-399
8,247

255,753

6,100
1.824

263,677



117,592
764,634
571,376
26,003

9,120
6,381

1,495,105


-1,274

375,920
74,133
491,463

5,720,082
85,282

5,805,364


885,744
26,287

912,031


Applicable
Receipts





3248












248
..........,
..........














248
..........
..........
..........
...........
..........
..........
..........







248


ate

Net
Outlays





:11,723

1,950
38,061
2,227
1,337
16,403
20,666
61,150
87,700
6,439
-399
8,247

255,505

6,100
1,824

263,429



117,592
764,634
571,376
26,003

9,120
6,381

1,495,105


-1,274

375,920
74,133
491,463

5,720.082
85,282

5,805,364


885,744
26,287

912,031


CIIiparabile Period Prior Fisral Year


Outlays






.4.598

29
68.646
10.348
28,529
13,306
10.290
20,405
-8,767
4,782
-12,709
8,814

148.270

3,298
1,288

152.856



135.349
562.859
674,604
17,125

8,340
5,415

1.403,692


241

354,828
81.885
445,260

5,132,534
66,992

5,199,526 .


Applicable
Receipts


"678

3,036
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

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


3,713

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

3,713



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

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

...........


...........

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


758.471
22,760

781,230


Net
Outlays





?3,921

-3.007
68.646
10,348
28,529
13.306
10,290
20,405
-8,767
4,782
-12,709
8,814

144,557

3,298
1,288

149.142



135.349
562,859
674,604
17,125

8,340
5,415

1,403,692


241

354,828
81,885
445,260

5.132,534
66,992

5,199,526


758,471
22,760

781,230






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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of -
OUTLAYS--Continuedlas Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net OutlaApplicable Net
___Outlays Receipts O utlays Receipts 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--FHI 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 institutions......................

Assistant Secretary for Human Development.
Human development ..............................
Research and training activities overseas...........
Departmental management:'
Intragovern mental 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. trust fund ....
Federal disability insurance trust fund............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ............
Re ceipts 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 ........................................

Troal--Department of Health, Education. and
We Hlare .....................................


$1,116,745 ..........
34,250 ...........


21,116,745
34,250


$1,116,745 ...........
34,250 ............


$1,116,745
34,250


$1,031,621
24,004


21,031,621
24,004


1,150,995 ........... 1,150,995 1,150,995 ............ 1,150,995 1.055,625 ............ 1,055,625


425,897 ........... 425,897 425,897 ............ 425.897 404.231 ........ 404.231
46,828 ........... 46,828 46,828 ............ 46,828 39.916 ............ 39.916

472,725 ........... 472,725 472,725 ............ 472,725 444,147 ............ 444.147

9.281.357 ........... 9,281,357 9,281,357 ............ 9,281,357 8,362,743 ............ 8,362,743

.......... .. ............ ............... ............ ........ ... 200 ............ 200
1.218 ........... 1,218 1,218 ............ 1,218 153 ....153
2,146 ........... 2,146 2.146 ............ 2,146 2,640 ............ 2 640
6,533 ........... 6.533 6,533 ............ 6,533 9,053 .......... 9.053
9,897 ........... 9,897 9,897 ............ 9,897 12,046 ............ 12,046


171,217 ........... 171,217 171,217 ............ 171,217 65,315 ............ 65.315
151 ........... 151 101 ............ 151 6,329 ............ 6,329

2,024 ........... 2,024 2,024 ............ 2,024 -1,575 ............ -1,575
1,965 ........... 1,965 1,965 ............ 1,965 1,741 ............ 1.741
8,360 ........... 8,360 8,360 ............ 8.360 10.847 ............ 10.847
416 ........... 416 416 ............ 416 113 ............ 113
.............. $1,836 -1,836 ...............1,836 -1,836 .............. 3132,749 -32,749


.............. ........... ............ .............. ................................................................
-375.914 ............ -375,914 -375.914 ............ 3-375,914 -354,828 ............ -354,828


644009 9,023 .............. ........... ............023 11...............34,986 10,610,117 36,363 10.573.........
. ............... ............................................................................. ........ .... ...........




. .............. I..........-............................ ............ ............ .............. ............. .............

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

11,644,009 9,023 11,634,986 11,644,009 9,023 11,634,986 10,610,117 36,363 10.573.753





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


Classilicalion of
OUTLAYS- Continued


Depairtmen of Housing and Urban Devrltpiiment.
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 .......................
Salaries and expenses.............................
Other............................................
Other...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development


This Month


Outlays




'116.158
1,880
16,538
2,176
153
905

1.675
104,803
10,582
55,190
23,293

52.913
265

386,531



122,526
7,319
129
14,002

143,976


7,014
93,417
159,298
6,351
1,579

267,660
-1
814
14,604
4,218

424
36,956
23


855,207


Applicable
Receipts




r80,370
36,960
20,378
3,277
1,001










141,986



576.597
6.997
1,930



585,524


213
16,648




16,861


692
...........




47

745,110


I _________-


Net
Outlays




t35,788
-35,080
-3,840
-1,102
-847
905

1,675
104,803
10,582
55.190
23,293

52,913
265

244.545



-454,071
322
-1,801
14,002

-441.548



6,801
76,770
159,298
6.351
1,579

250,799

814
13,912
4,218

424
36,956
23

-47

110.097


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays





'116,158
1,880
16,538
2,176
153
905

1,675
104,803
10,582
55,190
23,293

52,913
265

386,531



122,526
7,319
129
14.002


143,976


7,014
93,417
159,298
6,351
1,579

267,660

814
14,C34
4,218

424
36.956
23



855,207


Applicable
Receipts




:80.370
36,960
20,378
3,277
1,001










141,986



576.597
6,997
1.930
...........


585.524



213
16,648



16,861

...........
692
...........




47

745,110


C'niiiparabh)t- Per d Prior Fistal Year


Net
Outlays




'35,788
-35,080
-3,840
-1,102
-847
905

1,675
104,803
10.582
55,190
23,293

52.913
265

244,545



-454,071
322
-1.801
14,002


-441,548


',801
76.770
159,298
6.351
1.579

250.799

814
13.912
4,218

424
36.956
23

-47

110.097


Outlays


169,009
4.923
33,986
11,499
20
-521

1.662
117,773
18.134
53.018
18.121




427,623



673.431
8.581
1,050
8,202


691,264


3,636
108.569
68.300
8.313
14.784

203,601

133
4.178
3,589

875
33.088
-10
..... .........
..............


1.364.342


Applicable
Receipts




106.723
36,252
30,429
3,284
940










177.628



369.858
11.836
1.380



383.074


1,623
11.528
............



13,151

283
554





118

574.806


Net
Outlays




62,285
-31.329
3.557
8.216
-920
-521

1.662
117,773
18.134
53.018
18.121



249.996



303.574
-3.254
-330
8.202


308,190


2.013
97.041
68.300
8.313
14,784

190.451

-150
3.624
3.589

875
33.088
-10
-...

789,535






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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Classification t Applicabe Ne
OaReceipt ORt utlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays
OUTLAYS- o eA btp e


Department of the Interior:
Land and Water Resources:
Bureau of and Management:
Management of lands and resources...............
Payments to counties, Oregon and Califoriua grant
lands.................................... ......
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral
Leasing Act .................................
Other .......................................
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River and Fort Peck projects............
Construction and rehabilitation ...................
Opera ion 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'
Geoilyical Survey.................................
Mining Enlorcement and Salety Administration.......
Bureau I) Mines
Helium fund ...................................
Other..........................................
Bonneville Power Administration...................
Other Power Administrations .....................

Tiital- -Energy and minerals .....................

Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds...........................
Operation of Indian prorani~ ......................
Indian tribal fund ................................
Other...............I............................

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

Office of TErrito.rial Affairs ........................
Office of the Solicitur and Office of the Sirt rtl.iry.......
ProprietL ry reccipis Ir iii the 1bIlic ..................
Intr.iiud cetary transactions ..........................

riLtal--DI -a.Lrtment of the Interior ..................


$31,971

29,563


6.481

11.589
49,823
9.870
9.189


148,485


23,428

9,519
1.932
1,631

23,302
3,168
5.409

68,388


26,202
9,193

598
12.622
16.548
1,163

66,326


478
40.280
7,327
32,074

80.159

10.454
158

36.347

.37. r22


'5.675
----------
..........



5.675


..........

.......,..










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

519
..........
22,111


22,630


243
..........
..........


243



;1].293


89, 1(1


:31,971

29,563

6.481

5.914
49.823
9.870
9,189
..+.......

142.810


23,428

9,519
1,932
1,631

23,302
3.168
5,409

68,388


26.202
9,193

79
12,622
-5.563
1,163

43.696


235
40.280
7.327
32.074

79.916

10.454
158
-61.293
-36.347

247,7H2


:31.971

29,563


6,481

11.589
49.823
9,870
9,189


148,485


23,428

9,519
1.932
1,631

23,302
3,168
5,409

68.388


26,202
9,193

598
12,622
16.548
1.163

66,326


478
40,280
7.327
32.074

80.159

10,454
158
.............
-36,347

337,622


:5,675


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

5.675


















519
...........
22.111


22.630


243
...........
...........

243


61,293


89.840


:31.971

29.563


6,481

5.914
49.823
9.870
9,189
..........

142,810


23,428

9,519
1.932
1,631

23.302
3.168
5,409

68,388


26.202
9.193

79
12,622
-5.563
1,163

43.696


235
40.2PO
7,327
32.074

79.916

10,454
158
-61.293
-36.347

247.782


$20,100


5,409

8.548
35,794
10.334
6.272
1.866

88,322


25,453

9.289
8.519
2,086

19,874
5,444
7.521

78,185


22,892
7,505

610
11.959
19.572
557

63.095


921
41.356
10,823
17.077

70.177

25,771
292
** *. ......
-277

325.565


39,959
............
............



9,959



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

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


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

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


665
............
22. 78
............

23.643


51




51

............
...........
106,636

... 0.......
140.289


S20.100


5.409

-1.411
35,794
10.334
6.272
1.866

78,363


25,453

9.289
8.519
2.086

19.874
5.444
7,521

78,185


22,892
7.505

-55
11.959
-3,405
557

39.452


870
41.356
10.823
17.077

70.126

25.771
292
-106.636
-277

185.276







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



Department of Justice:
General amlnistration ............................
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 ....................

Dn-partment of Labor:
F.mploym'nii and Training Administrationi
Program administration, and other .............
Employment and raining asista.mce .............
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 oiter
funds .........................................
Unemplvnent trust fund:
Federal--State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits..................
Grants to States for unemployment insurance
and employment services ..................
Federal administrative expenses..............
Railroad unemployment insurance:
Interest on refunds of taxes ..................
Railroad unemployment benclits ..............
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

Ou s Applicable
Outlays Receipts


7.396
16.589
40.991
18,294

-.'J O
678
20.225
It.1367


199.U963



5,405
156.879
169,782
-17
137.559

6'3.162

304,218


870.736

78,025
2.925

55
15.794
1.344



968.879


1.805.866

3.695


.742



269

1,011







..........


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

..........

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




I..........


Net
Outlays



7 396

40,991
18.294

-660
-64
20.225
79,584
16.867
-2119

198.951



5,405
156.879
169.782
-17
137.559

63,162

304.218


870.736

78.025
2.925

55
15.794
1.344



968.879


1.805,866

3.695


7.919 .......... 7,919
-83,055 .......... -83.055
206 .......... 206
8,204 .......... 8,204
5.913 .......... 5,913
6.174 ......... 6.174
............ 59 459
-295.000 *........ -295,000

1,459.922 459 1.459.463


Current Fiscal Year t


Outlays



7,396
16.589
40.991
18.294

-660
678
20,225
79.584
16.867


199,963



5,405
156,879
169,782
-17
137.559

63,162

304,218


870.736

78.025
2.925

55
15.794
1,344

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

968.879


1.805.866

3.695

7,919
-83,055
206
8,204
5,913
6,174

-295.000

1.459.922


Applicable
Receipts









742



269

1,011







..........


459


459


o Date

Net
OuLlays
--- 6


7.396
1G.5 b
40.991
16.2W4

-660
-64
20,225
79,5P.1
16.867
-269

198.951



5.405
156,879
16, 782
-17
137.559

63.162

304.218


870.736

78,025
2.925

55
15.794
1,344


968.879


1.805.866

3.695

7.919
-83.055
206
8.204
5.913
6.174
-459
-295,000

1.459.463


Comparable Perird IPrvir Fisbal Y.ar


Outlays



7,866
17.355
39 041
15.332

561
620
18.984
75.232
12,201


186.072



6.961
299,649
111.510
25
154.503


5.204

350.450


1.266.480

'n.695
3.214

64
20,682
1.191


--r
Applicable
Receipts









6,50
............


730
1,380







.... ... ...


1.372,327 ......


2.300.629

4.142

9,836
-76.629
463
11 30
4.837
8.568

-350.000

1,913,776


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

.........-88
...........,
............

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

-88
...........

-88


L~~ ~ ~ ____


Net
Outlays



7, 4
17.355
39,041
1". 332

561
-30
18 984
75.232
12,201
-730

184.692



6.961
299.649
111.510
25
1 4.503

c 204

350.450


1.266.480

80.695
3.214

64
20.68?
1.191



1 372.327


2.300.629

4.142

9.836
-76.629
463
11.930
4.837
8.568
88
-350,000

1.913,864


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


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


~





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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classificahon of
OUTLAYS--Continued Applicable Net Out Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays outlays Receipts Outlays ys Receipts Outlays


Department of State:
Administration of foreign affairs:
Lntragovern mental 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--Administration 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 ............................
Intraguvernmental funds.........................
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 .........
Inlere-,al on refunas ul tLxes....................
Ulh r........................................

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

Toita -Fed ral Aviation Administration.........

See ftn, s on page 3.


$453
36,731

3,140

8,055
6,733
433


$453
36,731

3,140

8,055
6,733
433


:453
36,731

3,140

8,055
6,733
433


$453
36,731

3,140

8,055
6,733
433


-!569
48,100

1,264

..............
5,450
473


-t569
48,100

1,264


5,450
473


55,544 .......... 55,544 55.544 .......... 55,544 54,718 ............54,718

71,783 .......... 71,783 71,783 .......... 71,783 76,107 ............ 76.107
1,923 .......... 1,923 1,923 .......... 1,923 2,059 ............ 2.059
3,615 .......... 3,615 3,615 .......... 3,615 8,017 ............ 8.017

35 .......... 35 35 .......... 35 12,698 ............ 12,698

1,449 .......... 1,449 1,449 .......... 1,449 61,768 ............ 61,768
2,802 .......... 2,802 2,802 .......... 2,802 2,239 ............ 2.239
.............. -3.711 3,711 .............. -'3.711 3,711 .............. $1,157 -1.157



-14 .......... -14 -14 .......... -14 .............. ............ ..............
-24,735 .......... -24,735 -24,735 .......... -24,735 .............. ............ ..............
.............. .......... ... .. .............. .......... ............. -43 ............ -43

112,403 -3,711 116.114 112,403 -3,711 116.114 217,563 1,157 216,406


7,767 .......... 7,767 7,767 .......... 7,767 6,610 ............ 6,610

355 426 -70 355 426 -70 488 467 22
-1,449 .......... -1,449 -1,449 .......... -1,449 -6,670 ............ -6.670
56,541 .......... 56,541 56,541 .......... 56.541 55.926 ............ 55.926
6,945 .......... 6.945 6,945 .......... 6,945 15.207 ............ 15.207
9,987 .......... 9.987 9.987 .......... 9,987 10,074 ............ 10.074
2,478 .......... 2,478 2,478 .......... 2,478 6,011 ............ 6,011

74,857 426 74,432 74,857 426 74,432 81,037 467 80,570


4 .......... 4 4 .......... 4 9 (*) 9
142,575 .......... 142,575 142.575 .......... 142,575 134,168 ............ 134.168
2,532 .......... 2,532 2,532 .......... 2,532 3,376 ............ 3.376

20,999 .......... 20.999 20.999 .......... 20,999 34,212 ............ 34.212
13,596 .......... 13.595 13.596 .......... 13,596 19,453 ............ 19.453
3.798 .......... 3,798 3,798 .......... 3,798 8,040 ............ 8,040
............... ........... ......... .............. .......... ............. .............. ............ .............
-2 .......... -2 -2 .......... -2 2 ........... 2

38.391 .......... 38,391 38,391 .......... 38,391 61,707 ............ 61,707

183.501 ......... 183.501 183,501 .......... 183,501 199,260 (*) 199,259


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


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


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






TABLE 11l--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (in thousands)


(.Clssifiration of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

Total--Feder.al Highway Administration .......

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


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

Urban Mass Transportation Administration ..........
Saint Lawrence 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,
admrnist rative expenses........................
Claims, judgments, and relief acts...............
Interest on uninvested funds .....................
Payment of Government losses in shipment.........
Elsenhower College Grants ......................
Other.................................. .....

Total--Bureau of 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 .........................


Outlays


7.988
3.313

668,025
2.578
2

681.906


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


7,988
3,313

668.025
2,578
2


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

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

..........


Currenii Fisual Year I, Date


Outlays


7,988
3,313

668.025
2,578
2


Applicable
Receipts


4 4 4


681.906


Net
Outlays


7.988
3 313

668.025
2.578
2

681,906


C.'niparalile Pur'-,r Pri..r Fis( al YL'dr


Outlays


3.129
2.082

727,351
-446
11.083

743,199


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


3.129
2.082


727.351
-446
11,083

743,199


4,009 .......... 4.009 4,009 .......... 4.009 865 ........... 865
9.500 .......... 9,500 9,500 .......... 9.500 8,200 ........... 8.200
-5.304 ......... -5.304 -5,304 .......... -5,304 1,326 ........... 1.326

5.591 3.732 1,860 5,591 $3,732 1,860 5.853 7,260 I -1.416
2.812 .......... 2,812 2,812 .......... 2,812 3.082 ........... 3.082
1,773 .......... 1.773 1,773 .......... 1,773 136 ........... 136
............... .......... .......... ............... .......... ............. 94,00 ........... 94.000
1,681 .......... 1,681 1.681 .......... 1,681 2,564 ........... 2.564


11.858 3.732 8,126 11.858 3,732 8.126 105,636 7.2,y 98.367

58.538 95 58.442 58.538 95 58,442 146.242 5.533 140.709
541 654 -113 541 654 -113 22 154 -132
............... 2,871 -2,871 ............... 2.871 -2.871 .............. 3.583 -3,583

1.027.175 7.778 1.019.397 1.027,175 7.778 1,019,397 1.292.396 17.005 1.275.391



-216 ........... -216 -216 .......... -216 .............. .......... ..............
7,G50 .......... 7.650 7,650 .......... 7.650 .............. .......... ..............
3.503 .......... 3,503 3,503 .......... 3.503 3,476 .......... 3,476


i .......... 1 1 .......... 1 2 ........... 2

13,859 .......... 13,859 13,859 .......... 13,859 1o,704 ........... 10.704

-434 .......... -434 -44 .......... -434 3.925 ........... 3.925


50,551 .......... 50,551 50,551 .......... 50,551 2.008 ........... 2.008
16 .......... 16 16 .......... 16 17 .. ........ 17
1 .......... 1 1 .......... 1 16 ........... 16
b67 .......... 667 ,367 ......... 667 .............. ........... ..............
125,000 .......... 125,000 125,)00 .......... 125.00 114 ........... 114

189,62 .......... 189,662189,6 62 ..................... 16,786 16 78

9,889 .......... 9,889 9.889 .......... 9.889 9.057 ........... 9.057

27,242 .......... 27,242 27,242 .......... 27.242 29.264 ........... 29.264
25.213 .......... 25.213 25.213 .......... 25.213 17.986 ........... 17.986
3.796 .......... 3.796 3.796 .......... 3.796 -3.547 ........... -3,547
5.232 .......... 5.232 5,232 .......... 5.232 7.602 ........... 7.602
6,812 .......... 0812 6.812 .......... 6.812 6.800 ........... 6.800


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


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


681,906







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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of i-i --i
OUTLAYS--Continued utApplicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
uta Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays outlays 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:
Public Issues (accrual basis) ......................
Special issues (cash basis) ........................

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

Totia--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..................

Toital--Environmental Protection Agency..........

General Services Administration:
Real property activities ............................
Personal property activities:
Intragovernmental funds ..........................
Federal Supply Service. operating expenses.........
Records activities.................................
Automated data and telecommurucations activities......

See footnotes on page 3.


n235
3,932
70,110
72,112

33,291
13,413


1r67
3,932
70,110
72,112
*..........
33,291
13,413


!235
3,932
70,110
72,112

33,291
13,413


$68
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


$167
3,932
70,110
72,112

33,291
13.413


193.093 68 193,025 193,093 68 193,025 177,480 104 177.376

9,401 ........... 9,401 9,401 ........... 9,401 8,500 ............ 8,500
6,651 484 6,168 6,651 484 6,168 6,270 378 5.891

2,737,429 ........... 2,737.429 2,737,429 ........... 2,737,429 2,400,532 ............ 2.400.532
132,973........... 132.973 132,973 ........... 132,973 62,124 ............62.124

2.870,403 ........... 2,870,403 2,870,403 ............ 2,870,403 2,462,656 ............. 2,462,656

1,672,019 ........... 1,672,019 1,672,019 ........... 1,672,019 1,556,142 ............ 1.556.142
............... 26,882 -26,882 ............... 26,882 -26,882 ............... 16,431 -16.431
............... 148,824 -148,824 ............... 148,824 -148,824 ............... 27,463 -27 463
-110,996 ........... -110,996 -110,996 .......... -110,996 -78,734 ............ -78,734

4,919,354 176,258 4,743,096 4,919,354 176,258 4,743,096 4,219,737 44,376 4.175.361

241,922 ........... 241.922 241,922 ........... 241.922 265,001 1 265,001
28.113 ........... 28,113 28,113 ........... 28.113 68,255 ............ 68.255
2 ........... 2 2 ........... 2 61 ............ 61
............... 2,672 -2,672 ............... 2,672 -2,672 ............... 90 -90


270,037 2,672 267,365 270,037 2,672 267,365 333,317 91 333,227


.............. ........... ............ ............... ............... ............... 45 -45
-1,784 ........... -1,784 -1,784 ........... -1,784 9,353 ............ 9,353
475 ........... 475 475 ........... 475 1,284 .1,284
8,815 ........... 8,815 8,815 ........... 8,815 10,129 ...10.129
52,788 ........... 52,788 52,788 ........... 52,788 36.464 ........... 36.464
1,024 ........... 1,024 1,024 ........... 1,024 3,679 ............3.679
211.853 ........... 211.853 211,853 ........... 211,853 188.389 ............ 188,389
1,064 .......... 1,064 1,064 ........... 1,064 1,421 ............ 1.421
...............10 -10 ............... 10 -10 ............... 2 -2

274,237 10 274,227 274,237 10 274,227 250,719 47 250.673


*59
3,223
61,571
76,346

22,959
13.322


$104
............
............
............


-M46
3,223
61,571
76,346

22,959
13 R32


-134,273

-6,946
21,714
8.696
-3.554


-134,273

-6.946
21,714
8,377
-3,554


-134.273

-6.946
21.714
8.696
-3.554


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


-134.273

-6,946
21,714
8,377
-3,554


-88,884

-5.453
19.366
8,168
-21,016


....... .544
............
544
............


-88.884

-5.453
19.366
7,625
-21,016


$68
...........
...........
...........
.***********
...........
...........
..........


...........

...........





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


CIJssifictlion rif
OLlTI.AYS--Continuid



General Services Administration--Continued
Property nmadtagement and disposal activities..........
Prl paredn"ss activity ie .............................
(i Iier'.I actITvitiLs .. ...... ......... ........ ...... .
I'ruiprietary rrLe'lptb from the public:
Stockpilc ri i ciptl ................................
Othvr .... ......................................
In i r.jl ud I-.t-iry transactions .......................

Total--General S'rvices Administration............

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
ICte-'.ca th and dr vetl)pnCi ti ..........................
(' .truction of facilt c ...... ............................
lt ..earch and program management.................
Other.........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

Tuotl--National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ..................................

Vertrans Adniiiistration
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ......................
Direct loan revolving lund .......................
Veterans reopened iiisuranc fund..................
Education loan fund...... .......... .............
Other.......................................
Compensation and pensions........................
Readjustment benefit s... ................ .......
Medical care ...................................
Medical and prus het ic research..................
General operating expenses ........................
Construction projects.............,................
Insurance funds.
National service life............................
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.


This Month

Oullays Applicable Net
S Hcelpts Outlays


15
1,090
7 435



-102

-105,954


278,708
G.943
81.310
851
...............


7
48

6.584
-12.064
...........,

-5.105




........ 8. 6
86


367.811


39.190
7.533
2.203
502
21.147
686,745
281.855
320,908
7.699
47 306
17.397

37,861
4 407
1,999
2.059






-161
S-3

1 478.647


16.216
585
4.437
8,482


15
1,083
7 387

-6 584
12.064
-102

-100.849


278.708
6.943
81.310
851
-86


86 367.725


22.011
11,025
1.489
4
21.514









3.054


38.439
465
-1,382




96.619


S 40
I ...........
S....... ''"
I 3


17.178
-3.492
714
498
-367
686.745
281,855
320.908
7,699
47.306
17.397

37,861
4.407
-1.055
2.059

-38,439
-465
1,382


-161
-3

1.382.028


16.176
585
4.437
8.479


Cuieniit Fiscal Yeai to Date


Outlays Applicable
?Re(eptss


- 15
1.090
7.435


48


.. ............. G.584
................ -12.i-G4
-102 ..........


-105.954

278.708
6.943
81,310
851
........... .....


367.811


39.190
7,533
2.203
502
21.147
686.745
281.855
320.908
7,699
47.306
17.397

37.861
4.407
1,999,
2.059






-161
-3

1.478.647


16.216
585
4,437
8.482


-5.105




.... 86
. .. .. .. .

86


Net
Outlays


15
1 ,.83
7.387


Comparable

Outlays


- 1,20
1,083
<..461


4).584
12. 4
-102


-100 849


278.708
6.943
81.310
851
-86


86 367.725


22,011
11,025
1.489
4
21,514
.........o.
..........
.o.........
..........





3.054


38,439
465
-1,382




96.619


40'
........ I

3o


17,178
-3.492
714
498
-367
686.745
281.855,
320,908
7,699
47.306
17.397

37.861
4.407
-1.055
2.059

-38.439
-465
1.382


-161
-3
1.382.028
--r

16.176
585
4.437
8,479


-81.765


235.025
8.511
69.295
48
...... ........


Period Prior

Applicba i.
Heceipl.',




59


I 282
4 589
--870 ............


18.474



.. 42.......
...... .....


425


312.879


42 250
10.523
1.466
693
21.510
679 038
460.486
296,993
7 480
40.006
14.107

39,517
4.199
2.041
4.955






-185
-3

1.625.076
__----4


19 989
13.463
2 639

22.359









3.524


47.131
513
584




110 197


13,548 43
964 ............
30 ............
7.149 I 5


1- si l Y .1

Net
Outlay


r26
1 083
6 402

-13 282
-4 589
-870

-100 239

235 025
8.511
69.295
48
-425


312 454



22 261
-2.940
-1.173
693
-843
679 038
460.486
296.993
7.480
40.006
14.107

39.517
4.199
-1.483
4.955

-47.131
-513
-584


-185
-3

1.514.879


13.505
964
30
7.144









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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

Total--Civil Service Commission ...........

Commission on Civil Rights ........................
Community Services Administration .................
Consumer Product Safety Commission...............
Corporation for Public Broadcasting.................
District ,1 Columbij
Federal payment ..... ..........................
Loans and repayable advances....................
Emergency Loan GuarAntee Board...................
Equal Empl',vmeni Opportunity Commissbun ..........
Export-Import Bank of the United States .............
F-d-.ral Cormnnunications Commission ...............
F-der.il Deposit Insurance Corporation .............
Federal Energy Administration ....................
Federal Hume Loan Bank Board:
Public enterprise funds:
Ftderral Ho-me Loan Bank Board revolt ing fund ...
Fr'deral Savings .nd Loan Insura:nc- C'rp. fund...
Int' rest adjustment payments ....................
Federal Maritime Commission.....................
Iedt ral Mediation and Concililitlon Service............
Federal Power Commilsion ........................
Fed ral Trade Commis'in...........................
-stnrlcal .iad Memorial Cmmis-, jns..............
I.r-rIr."'r-rrnmen j AglePrripr,
A. hhinir r. .M-Tr',politan Area Transit Aurhri v ....
Other ............... .......................
International Trade ('rl1minl'l. n ....................
Interstate '.,,mmerrr- Commission ..................
l.egrdl 'Pr' ir. Corlrjr tion.
Na:,iral Credit Unijn Adminin-rr tiin ................
Naitioal F '.anddrl,'n on the Arts and the Hurr..nie-....
Nationa LaboL r elatlons r'oard .....................
National r.rr F'rndj -.',n ........ ............. ..
Nuclear IPr iuadaI'ry Cimml'-ryn ........ .. ......
Post ; r ie ........ ...... .........


This Month


Outlays Applicable
outlays Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Applicable
Receipts


Outlays


4 I I I~ 1 1-


'758.168 .........

72 ..........
13.571 .........

2,652 ..........
197,134 :164,435
37,089 49,013
1,125 684
-1,865 .........
-1 1


M758,168

72
13,571

2,652
32,699
-11,924
441
-1,865
-1


-425
-72


:758,168

72
13,571

2,652
197,134
37,089
1,125
-1,865
-1


S164.435
49,013
684
..........


-425 ...........
-72 ...........


Net
Outlays


$758,168

72
13,571

2,652
32,699
-11,924
441
-1,865
-1


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


1,007.4471 214,133 793,314 1,007,447 214,133 793.314 907,513 210,302 697.211


708 .........
24,892 (*)
3.346 ()
103,000 ..........

262 504 ..........
117 15,000
.......... .. 72
5,749 1
101,775 .........
4,181 1
151.604 185.158
11.165 6


8,226
7 754
115
719
1.704
3,199
4 377
2.365


127,370
20,229
..........
4
2*)
2,463
3
45


70,216.........
423 132
837 ..........
6.236 2
27.36 1.825
9.433
6,880 1
49 903 3
13 .54, -7
1,766 170.........


708
24,892
3,346
103,000

262,504
-14,883
-72
5,749
101,775
4,180
-33,554
11.159


-119,144
-12.475
115
715
1,704
736
4,373
2,320
70.216
291
837
6,235

911
9,433
6,879
49.900
13.552
1,766. 170


708
24,892
3,346
103,000

262,504
117

5,749
101,775
4,181
151,604
11,165


8,226
7,754
115
719
1,704
3.199
4,377
2,365
70,216
423
837
6,236
2,736
9,433
6,880
49,903
13.546
1,766,170


(*)
(*)


15,000
72
1
..........

185,158
6


127,370
20.229
...........
4

2,463
3
45

132
...........
2
1,825

1
3
-7


708
24,892
3,346
103,000

262,504
-14,883
-72
5,749
101,775
4,180
-33,554
11,159


-119,144
-12.475
115
715
1,704
736
4,373
2,320
70,216
291
837
6,235
911
9,433
6.879
49.900
13.552
1,766.170


See footnotes on pa 3.


I I I


Applicable
Receipts


Outlays


$682,920

83
11,381

25,670
154,983
30,746
1,204
796
...............


Net
Outlays


$682,920

83
11,381

25.670
-4.515
-19.400
546
796
-1


-186
-83


$159,498
50,146
658
...........


762
41,233
5,479


57,950
55,040

4,726
68,310
4,447
222,504
11,306


99,367
4,166
192
733
1,529
3,555
3,766
2,522
31,018
459
832
5,808

2,414
12,592
5,635
63 135
6.084


125
5


40,000
38
(*)
...........

103,746
-36


4,727
12,784
............
3
()
2,026
6
74

129
......... .. .
1
1,175

62
(U
(*-*


762
41,108
5.474


57.950
15,040
-38
4,726
68.310
4.446
118,758
11.342


94,640
-8,618
192
730
1,529
1.529
3.761
2,448
31.018
330
832
5,806

1,238
12,592
5.573
63.135
6,084


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Independent Agencies--Continued
Railroad Retirement Board:
Payments to railroad retirement trust funds.........
Regional rail transportation protective account......
Railroad Retirement Accounts:
Benefit payments, etc .........................
Administrative expenses ........................
Interest on refunds of taxes......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
bnt rabudgetary 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 Coimmissiun ................
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 Inlormation 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......................


This Month

Outlays Applicable Net
S Receipts Outlays


250.000'
4.584

308,368
2,923




-250,000


315 876,


250,000
4.584

308,368
2.923

(*)


-250,000


315 876


Current Fiscal Year to D

Outlays Applicable
Receipts


250.000
4,584

308,368
2,923
()-250000



-250,000

.. .. .. .


315.876


_ __ 4 -~


4.495, 2
1 170


47.469.
21.134
680
4.273
191

73...........747
73.747


31.170
15,203
58
617

.........

47,048


4.494
1.170


16.299
5,932
6221
3.656'
191
-1'

26,699


4.495
1.170 i


ate C'~lparaijll Pi ri'd Prior FIr zal Year
Net Outlays Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays



250000 ............................ ............


4 584

308,368
2 923

(*+


285.446
3.310


-250.000 ..........................


.""'" _"1.... "
315.8761

4,4941
1,170


288.756

4.315
2,759


285.446
3 310
(*'


S 288.756
1 4.314
2.759


47.469 31,170 16.299 60,443 28.271
21.134 15.203 5.932 26.534 15.524
680 581 622' 210 179
4,273 617 3.6561 1.768 246
191 ........... 191 2.854 .............
............... -1 ............ ..........
.73,747 47.048 26.699 91.810 44 221
73,747 47.048 26.699 91.810 44 221


32.172
11.011
30
1.522
2.854


47.589


9.347 1 9.345 9,347 1, 9.345 7.507 13 7.494
985 985 985 985 1.088 1.088

244 120, 122.079 122 041 244,120 122.079- 122.041 234.288 177.224 57.064
................ 2 -2 ............... 2; -2 ............... 2 -2

244 120 122.081 122.039 244.120 122.081 122.039 234 288 177.226 57.062


18.1651 .......... 18.165, 18,1651 .......... I 18 165 11.960 ............. 11.960
5101 .......... 510 510 ............ 510 572 ........... 572
106i ........... 106 106 .......... 1061 74 ............ 74
. ................ 50 -501 ............. 50 -501 ............... -186 186

18.7811 50' 18.732 18.781 50 18.7321 12,606 -186 12.792
I I I I_ I


13.7001
1.0761
5.241


4.349.5881
1


........... 13.7001
83 993;
759 4.482

736.507 3,613.081:
i i


13.700
1,076
5.241


.. .........
837
7591


13.7001
9934
4.482.


4.349,588 736,5071 3,613,081!


1.400 .............
464 15
5.044 75


2.294.804


596.583


1.400
449
4.968

1,698.221


See footnotes on page 3.


L --





... .. i


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


.............
.............
t** ** ** **


2.. ..... .
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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
O LAYS-Continued Apple Netut Appliable Net Appable Net
OUTLAYS--Continued ays receipts Outlays ys Receipts Outlays 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 independ nt 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:
soldic rs' and Airmen's Home permanent fund.
Depart ment of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund
Fedr ral 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 ..........


-64,000
-8,000
-13,000

-1,213


-158.341


-47.155 ...........


-64,000
-8,000
-13,000

-1,213


-158,341



-47,155


-830 1............


-64,000
-8.000
-13.000

-1,213


-158,341


-47,155 ............


-64,000
-8,000
-13,000

-1,213


-158,341



-47,155


-$8

-63


-59,000
-7.000
-12,000

-916


-131,048 ............


-291,739 ........... -291,739 -291,739 ............ -291,739 -302,167 ............. -302.167


-F8

-63


-59.000
-7,000
-12,000

-916


-131,048



-92,131


-36.884
-2.351
-1,964
-1,014
-7,163

-35

-554
-8 549

-40
-1,129


-36,884
-2,351
-1,964
-1,014
-7.163

-35

-554
-8,549

-40
-1,129


-36,884
-2,351
-1.964
-1,014
-7,163

-35

-554
-8,549

-40
-1,129


-36,884
-2,351
-1.964
-1,014

-7,163

-35

-554
-8,549

-40
-1,129


-37,464
-3,978
-3,078
-1,216
-28.068

-35

-396
-11,967

-39
-1.129


-37,464
-3.978
-3,078
-1,216
-28 068

-35

-396
-11.967

-39
-1.129


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


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


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


-92,131


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


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


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









TABLE


Classification of
OUTLAYS- Cnt inued


Undi.,trtiuted offsetting receipts--CijntinutLI
Interest on tefrtin GOVrriiiiient .atc oIunts- -Co.trilnULed
Interest t redited tl cerltin Gojvernmentll .Iaccounts--
C'inltitnu'd
CIVil Service Cullliis.sion:
Civil service retirement .nd dii-abiliy iund ....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement accounts ................
Other ........................... .......... .

S&btotal ...................................

Rtitnt, and royalties un the uuler cultinient.ial shelf Lndb .

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

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

TOTAL BUDGET

Receipts (t) ........................................

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

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


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

This Month Curreni Fiscal Year to Date

SApplicable Net Applicable Net
utlays Receipts Outlays lays Receipts Outlays
Ouly i eeps uly


-"7,730

-5,505
-646

-73,566



-365.304

38,138,135


11,164

71,164

4,138,551


-.7,730 1

-5,505
-646

-73,566

-71,164

-436.468

33,999,582
-Ne Tot S
(Net Totals)


-7,730

-5,505
-646

-73,566



-365,304

38,138,135


......... -~7,730

......... -5,505
......... -646

......... -73,566

71,164 -71,164
i t
71,164 -436,468
i I
4,138,551 33.999,582

(Net Totals)

21,018,331
J i
-33,999,582

-12.981,251


C.',n, );i :rljl P. rnl d Prii.r Fistal Year

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


12,398

-5,597
-3.759

-109,124



-411,290

35,711,247


-43.430

43,430

3,218,345


12.398

-5.597
-3.759

-109.124

-43.430

-454.721

32.492.902

INet Tutalsi

19.315.794

-32,492.902

-13.177.108


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

Proprietary receipts.............................. 1.203,374
Receipts from ulf-budget Federal agencies .......... 148,824
Intrabudgetary transactions....................... 1,461,134

Total receipts offset against outlays............. 2,813,332


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

.1,004,342
27,463
1,201,836

2,233,642


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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 23

Classification Net Transactions Account Balances
Classification (- denotes net reduction of either Account Balances
liability or assets accounts Current Fiscal Year

(Assets and Liabilities Fiscal Year to Date Beginning ofClose of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Year Pror Year This Year This Month lose of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This Month
---------------------------------------------------- I ------t-----


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general
financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States 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)...............

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

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 [F inducing of deficit (+) or
disposition uf surplus (-)j. ...............................
See footnotes on page 3.


F2,901,553


S2,901,553


?8,360,109
-8,285


_________ + .4 -


2.901.553


2,901,553


8,351.824


'634,701,165 $634,701,165
75 75


634.701,240


634,701,240


"637,602,718
75

637,602,793


-4,884 -4,884 -9,607 11 7,710 11,677,710 11,672,826

2,896,669 2,896,669 8.342.216 646.378,950 646.378,950 649,275,619


-1,489,119 -1,489,119 -3,396.195 148,052,209 148,052,209 146,563,090

4,385,788 4,385.788 11,738,411 498,326,741 498,326,741 502,712,529

1,548,552 1,548,552 718,929 4,377,797 4,377,797 5.926,349


-5,471 -5,471 49,332 2,654,344 2,654,344 2,648,873
267,424 267.424 593,618 3,059,951 3,059,951 3,327,375

1.517.900 1,517,900 5.597,595 5,737,182 5,737,182 7,255,082

7,714.193 7,714.193 18,697,886 514,156,015 514,156.015 521,870,209



-5,371,062 -5,371,062 1,957,541 17,414,219 17.414,219 12,043,157


-4,857 -4,857 63,850 2,356,633 2,356,633 2,351,776
-400,000 -400,000 ............ -800.000 -800,000 -1.200.000

-404,857 -404,857 63,850 1,556.633 1,556.633 1.151.776


... ......... ............ 6,700,000 6,700.000 6.700.000
-15,979 -15,979 144,084 1,052.512 1.052.512 1.036.533
57,000 57.000 7,000 -3.741.289 -3,741.289 -3.684.289

7,812 7.812 -104,411 -12,352 -12,352 -4,540


48,833

1.456.391

-4,270.696

1.593.954

-2.676 741
+10.390,934


2,590,317


12.981,251


48,833

1.456.391


-4,270.696

1 593 954
--- ---
-2 676.741
*10,390.934


2.590.317


12.981,251


46,672
-381.235


1,686,829

3.038.520

4,725.349
13,972.537


-795.433


13,177,104


3,998,870
3.638.164


26,607,886


-fi


3,631.063

30.238.949
-483.917.066

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


3,998,870 4.047.703

3,638.164 5.094.555

26.607.886 22.337.191


3,631.0631 5 225 017

30.238.949 27 562 208
-483.917,066 1 494.308 001


........... 2,590.317


43 .066 917.066 898317

413,(17.066 -483.917.066 149w 8Y98 317
~3,u1.0fiI ___ 1


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE A--ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands)


Excess Of IIst ilit'ie. ht in-i inrir If pt ri di
BasEed on c mpii it'on 11 unilied budget in precLding period..
Adiutinr'it- during, current Ii.,al \ear for changes in
,'.r*mip '- 'i,,n -1i unified tu|l.i el
Certain Export -lmpur Bank transactions reclassified as
agency debi ........................................

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

[lud 'vr t .urlplu- I 'I k it J fi iit:
DB.-I .. i nlp.-.tI n 11 urifi'd budig, in prior fiscal year ..
Chlanct .n ionposn llosli o>f anlied budiel
Certain Export-Import B.urk trmanscuuns reclassified as
agency debt .......................................

ilud*. r surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) ......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
SceiCium rac ..............................................
1nincrinieint n gold........................... .........
N.i -ain (-I Io-, lor U.S. currtnt\v \aluatiun adjustment ...
Conr'.t rsi. ii ,I in11 rt s It i l t. ip 11 itl d-i rnment accounts to
an accrual basis........................................
Oll-budget Federal agencies-
P, nrL-on Benefit Guarantv Corpuratlun....................
Postal Service......................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ..........
Rural telephone bank...................................
Houusin.e r the elderly or handicapped fund...............
Federal Finincing Bank ...............................

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

E\ie.-,! of l.,bilinel cli-, I p r .L d .........................


TFhsisl Year In= D-tt
This
lM,.nth
This ear Prior Yea r



'483,286,217 ,483.286.217 3414.645,054


630,849 630.849 453.994

483 917 066 483.917 066 415 099.048

12,987.892 12.987.892 13,182.011


S -6.641

12.981.251


-27,869

8,167



522
-3.301.632
24,228
5.163
-1,385
702,490


-6,641

12.981.251


-27,869

8.167



522
7-3.301.632
24.228
5.163
-1.385
702.490


-4,907

13,177,104


-93,690

-39,672



54
353.844
26.164
6.127
-1.482
544.089


-2,590.317 -2.590.317 195.433


494.308.001


494.308.001


429,071.585


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


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of Accunt ala er
liability accounts Currt F al

Classification
Fiscal Year to date Betimnmni of
This Month Close of
Tlus Month
This Year Prior Year This Year ThisMonth


Agency .e, uriiies, issued under special financing authorities:
Obliai.n n. lo the United States. Issued by:
E port-Irmport Bank ................................... -46,641 --6,641 -4,907 3,591,164 :'3.591,164 $3,584,523
Oblig.iati-n LcurA.nteed by the United StIaTes. issued by:
Depai rnent of Defense
FdiTllil H.u.-sing lMorIlages .......................... -8,717 -8,717 -14,478 1,133,786 1.133,786 1,125,069
D ,.ar mnitn ul Huusinl and Urban Development:
Fcd-.r l Housing A.dminl-t ration ..................... 10.489 10.489 9,615 578,118 578.118 588.607
DeparlmenT lr, Tran-ip. .ratlln
Cr..-r Guard
Family Housing M rigres........................... ........... -16 2,042 2042 2.042
Obligation- n,,t guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
D'p.art ment of Defense
Homeowners Assista.r t Murt.age-.................... -14 -14 178 2,601 2.601 2,586
Department of Hou-ing and L'rban Development
Government .Ntional Moriltgcag ,i-oAtilon ............. ............. ........... .......... 4,145,000 4.145,000 4.145,000
Independent ..gencite
Pr.s'.; er. ire.................................... I ............. ........... .......... 250.000 250,000 250,000
Trint --ec \'1l]t Authnriiv ................. .... ... ............. ......... 1.975.000 1.9'15,000 1,975.000

T..r.l n v curiire.. ....................... -4,884 -4 884 -9,607 11,677,710 11,677,710 11,672,826
T.T. 1 -c .nc % curl. _............................ 11-677,710






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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year

Classification
Cn Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year PriorYear This Year Ths Month


Borrowing from the Treasury
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...............................
Special risk insurance,..............................
Government National Mortgate Association:
Emergency Home Purchase Assistance fund............
Management and liquidating functions .................
Special assistance functions.........................
Rural Electrification 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 Housing and Urban Development
Department:
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 Transportation:
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 Borrowing from the Treasury .........................

Borrowing from the FedUral Fnan. ing Ban I
Postal Service ...................................
Tennessee Valley Authority .........................."
Export-Import Bank of the United States .................

total Borroowmg from the Federal Financing Bank ..............
Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities .....................


-81,163,132
108,400
252,121
-118,941



-137,520

-318,040
43,996

-1,000
25,000




8,115


1,029
...........


-$1.163,132
108,400
252,121
-118,941



-137,520

318,040
43,996

-1,000
25,000

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


-55,400
-2,600,981
19,140
2,482,832
255,706

288,000
168,000

1,049,690

394,094
3,166
717
-1,000


8,11..5 I ...... "" 8


1,029
............,


-1,000


S3.555,993
73,024
25,884,325
1,490,683

2,847,268
2,031,000

940,614
58,190
4,908,527
7,409,108
200,733
118,476
830,718
676,000
360,000


2,811,000
119,843

2.134
27,165
800,000

251,650

52,479
1,522
20,400
150,000
22,114
1,730,078
832


S3,555,993
73,024
25,884,325
1,490,683

2,847,268
2,031,000

940,614
58,190
4,908,527
7,409,108
200,733
118,476
830,718
676,000
360,000


2,811,000
119,843

2,134
27,165
800,000

251,650

52,479
1.522
20,400
150,000
22,114
1,730,078

832


t2,392,861
181,424
26,136,446
1,371,741

2,847,268
2,031,000

803,094
58,190
4,590,487
7,453,104
200,733
117,476
855,718
676,000
360,000

2,811,000
127,958

2,134
28.195
800,000

251,650

52,479
1,522
20,400
150.000
22,114
1,730,078

832


1299"vV -1.'99 v' _059 '%4 5 ,.'A .5' i S' 5h 0'3Q4


-500,000 -500,000 ........... 3,248,000 3,248,000 2,748,000
75,000 75.000 245,000 2,735,000 2,735,000 2,810,000
........... 332,000 4,768.150 4,768,150 4,768.150
-425000 -4.'.5 L' 5"'ai lr '51 I15 10 5 1 1', /0 .f 1.50


-1,724,972


-1,724,972


2,636,784


68,125,026


68,125,026


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.


66,400,054







26 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classfication




F, deral Funds
Department of Agriculture
Agency ecurtlie- ..................................

Department of Commerce...........................
Department of Hou.~ing and Urban Development:
Federal Huusing Administration
Federal housing admini-stration fund:
Public debt securille ..........................
Agency securities ............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Special assistance function fund:
Agency securities.............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities .............................
Gu.ar.ntees Of Mort gage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities .........................
Agency securities.............................
Participt ion sales fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities s..............................
Housing l management
CmnmuniTy disposal operations fund:
Agency securities............................
Rental housing assistance fund ....................
New Communities Administration:
New communities fnd............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund ..............

Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration....................
Department of Transportlauon .........................
Department of Treasury ..............................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ................

Independent agencies
Emergency LAn 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 Judiciarv
Judicial Survivors Annuty 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 securities ..........................
Agency securities...............................
Federal dibabillty insurance trust fund..............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities ............................
Agenr y securities..............................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund...
Other...........................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


!1.610



6.366
-1


-644

-231
1,934


-5,073
...........


-4.500

3,370

4,996


-50

1.285

12.456
...........
-175
1.110


Fiscal Year to Date


This Month





."1.610



6.366
-1


-844

-231
1,934


-5,073
...........


-4,500

3.370

4,996


-50

1.285
...........

12.456

-175
1.110


Prior Year



-86,000

2.455



25
(*)

7,484

-349
310


15.439



1.005

-420

-500

16.690

6.199


1,070

1,515
599.895

8,620
...........
-525
1,660


Securities Held as Invetments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year


35.215

106.470



1 551.886
191,203


109,083

39,456
39,249
3.191

1,605,008
86.745


388



91,897

39,345
14.415
1.529.337


353,643

25.930


4,102.837
141,977
69,725
262.755


This Month



535,215

106,470



1.551.888
191,203


109,083

39.456
39.249
3.191

1,605,008
86,745


388



91,697

39,345
14.415
1,529,337


353,643

25,930

4,102.837
141,977
69.725
262.755


Close of
This Month


835.215

106,060



1,558,252
191,202


100,439

39,225
41,183
3,191

1,599,935
86,745


388



87,197

42,715
14,415
1,534,333


353.593

27,215

4,115.293
141,977
69,550
263,865


329 23.3.329 653,438 9.792,296 9,792,296 9.815,625
-876 -876 1,1341 607,257 607.257 606,380

22,453 22, 453 654.5731 10399,553 10,399.553 10,422006


-50


-1


-1.793.592

-379.939

-393.166
79.675
100


-50


-1


-1,793,592

-379.939

-393.166
179675
100


7

-1

62


-1,708,899

-370,619

-273,724
3126.35
30


565
1,340
10.921

542

35

1,108


36.499.847
555.000
6.453.247

10,9569,482
50,000
1,243.945
187


565
1.340
10.921

542

35

1.108


36,499,847
555.000
6.453.247

10,959,482
50.000
1.243,945
187


565
1,340
10,921

492

35

1,107


34.706,255
556.000
6,073,306

10.566.316
1,323,6a
287


See footnotes on page 3.







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES -Continued (In thousands)


Net Purche or S s Securities Held as Investments
Net Purchases or Sales (-) Current Fiscal Year


Classification ThisMonth Fiscal Year toDate Beginning of Close of
This Month
This Year PnrorYear This Year This Month


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 lile 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:
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...................


F13,870


-32,294



3,874



66,764
-128,051

-6,400

75


-3,957

6,629
...........
1,400




-332,158

-1,570
11,640

24,000
...........
20,048

-192,325
...........


713,870


-32,294
...........


-"6.595


-738,394
............


3,874 8,141
............ ............


66,764
-128,051

-6,400

75


-3.957

6,629

1,400
...........



-332,158
...........
-1.570
11,640

24,000
...........
20,048

-192,325
...........,


43,923
-122,118

-5,500

114


-3,957

2,767

1,540




-226,830

2,705
18,688
-1,000
-110,213



-277,669
............


-14.270


4,914,103
5,372


175,608
215


2,712,201
8,951,876
10
48,460

3,985


560,079

6,956,192
310,000
482,265
1,143



42,289,894
375.000
321,914
2,131,947
17,281
6,607.083
18.885
10,048

3,303.121
50,000


:14,270


4,914.103
5.372


175,608
215


2,712,201
8,951,876,
10

48,460

3,985


560,079

6,956.192
310,000
482,265
1,143



42,289,894
375.000
321,914
2.131,947
17.281
6,607,083
18,885
10,048

3,303,121
?0,000


?28,140


4,881,809
5,372


179,482
215


2,778,965
8,823,825
10

42,060

4,060


556,122

6.962,821
310.000
483.665
1.143



41,957.736
375,000
320,344
2.143,587
17,281
6,631.083
18,885
30.096

3,110,796
50,000


-3,035.427 -3.035.427 -3.641,185 134.697.169 134.697.169 131,661.742
........... ........... ............ 1,340,000 1,340,000 1.340,000

-3.035,427 -3.035,427 -3,641,185 136.037,169 136.037.169 133.001.742


7,265 7,265 ............ 124,125 124,125 131.390
1,516,550 1.516,550 -409,733 1,431,200 1,431,200 2.947,750
........... ........... ............ ............. .........0 .. 4..........
........... ............ 4.401 4.401 4. 401
40 40 150 55,761 55.761 55.801

1,523.855 1 523.855 -409.583 1.615,487 1.615.487 3 139.342


1.523,855 1.523.855 -409.583 1.615.487 1.615.487 3.139.342
-1.489.119 -1,489.119 -3.396.195 148,052.209 148.052.209 146.563.090


.1 .1 I A


Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR


Classification



RECEIPTS

Individual incune taxes ....... F
Corpuration income taxes......
Social insurance taxes and
cuntrlbutions.
Employment taxes and
contributiuns...............
Unemployment insurance.....
Contributauns for other
insurance and retirement...
Excise taxes ................
Estate and gilt taxes ..........
Customs .....................
Miscellaneous................


(Figure are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)
S- t--'- --F. -- -~-r- -- ". T
1 Com-
SI Fiscal parablel
Oct. No. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Year period
o T Period
I Date Prior
'I F.Y.
...t --.. i-.---- -------- -, -

11.095 511.095 110,653
1 027 1,027 873


5.308
503

388
1.408
417
345
527'


5,306
503

388
1,408
417
345
527 1


4,551
259

395
1,462
396
343
382


Total--receipts this
year..................
T ,tjl ,re l t /i*petr ,'dr .

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:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation...............
Other .....................
Department of Commerce......
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army...
Department of the Navy....
Department of Air Force ..
Defense agencies .........
Civil defense ............
Allowance undistributed ...

Total Military .........

C ivil ......................
Department ol Health,
Education, and Welfare.
Social and Rehabilitation
Service ..................
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund .....................
Federal disability insurance
trust fund................
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund................
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund....................
Other.....................


21,018 21.018 1
I flO I \ I 19. 16


53 5311 59
1 1 20




I I
350 350 -7

102 102 159
41 41 21



254 254 22
727 727 892
131 I 131 148


1,712 1,712 2,111
2,352 2,352 2.472
2.187 2,18711 2,403
993I 9 03
6 : 6 8

7,244 I I 7.244 r 7.897

194 ; 194 201


1.495


5.805

912
1.151


473
1 799


1,495


5,805

912
1,151


473 I
1.79 9


1.404

5,200

781
1,056

444
1.690


I







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR--Continued
(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)

Com-
Fiscal parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Year Period
To Prior
Date F. Y.

OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Development........ .110 S110 #W90
Department of the Interior...... 248 248 185
Department of Justice........... 199 199 185
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ..... 969 969 1,372
Other....................... 491 491 542
Department of State............. 116 116 216
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund .......... 671 671 738
Other ...................... 349 349 537
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the pbulic debt .... 2,870 2.870 2,463
Interest on refunds, etc. ..... 33 33 23
General revenue sharing ..... 1.672 1.672 1,556
Other ...................... 167 167 134
Energy Research and Devel-
opment Administration ........ 27 267 333
Environmental Protection
Agency ..................... 274 274 251
General Services
Administration ............... -101 -101 -100
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration ......... 368 368 312
Veterans Administration:
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ... 687 687 679
National service life ......... -1 -1 -8
Government service life...... 4 4 4
Other....................... 692 692 840
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission .... 793 793 697
Postal Service............... 1,766 1,766 ........
Small Business
Administration ............. 27 27 48
Tennessee Valley Authority... 122 122 57
Other ind. agencies........... 905 905 896
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund ..... -292 -302
Interest credited to certain
accounts................... -74 -74 -109
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands...... -71 -71 -43
Allowance Undistributed........ ...... ...............


Total outlays--this year....

Total Outlays-prior year ........
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year ........................


34.000 34,000 _


-' 4.u


12,981 _________ 12,981


See foll *otnorJtes lll l on page 3.' 1._ J '"
See footnotes on page 3.






30 TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Current Munth


Clasifticaton





Trust receipts, outlv\., and invet1-
mentl held
Federal old-age and sur Iuvors
insurance...... ..... ......
Federal dib.ibtlity insurance .......
Federal hospital Insurance ... ...
Federal supplementary medical
insur.ince .......... .. .... ...
Federal empluvree. retirement....
Federal employees life and health
benefits ......................
Federal Deposit insurancee Corp....
Airport and airway..............
General Revenue Sharing. .......
Highway .......................
Millliry .s- l--tance advances .. .
Railroad retirement .............
Unemployment .. ..............
Veterans life insurance...........
All other trust ...................

Trust funds receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table IIl and
investments held from
Table IV-D....................

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund uuilavys...............

Tutal trust fund receipts and
outlays ........ .. ...........

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table ..................
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal lund outlays .............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays ........... ........

Total interfund receipts and outlays...

Net budget receipts and outlays......

See footnotes on page 3.


I

Receipts Oullav.






'3.967 '5 705
514 902
806 I 136

173 96
215 525


93

524

21
503

2


21
-34
38
1.672
672
152
56
667

-57


Excess of
receipts
ur out-
lays( -)




-f1 737
-387
-330

77
-310
-21
34
55
-1.672
-148
-152
-35
-164

58


FIsLal Year to Date


Excess of
Outlays receipts
or out -
laysl -)


*3.967
514
806

173:
2'..

. . .

93|

524

21
503
. ... 2
2


"5.705
902
1.136

96
525

21
-34
38
1.672
672
152
56
667

-57


-:1 737
-387
-330

77
-310

-21
34
55
-1 672
-148
-152
-35
-164

58


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of

This year I This month


'37.055
6.453
11.009

1.244
42 841
2 471
6.607
2 712

8.952

3.353
4.914
8.309
117


Close of
this month


-- 1 -- ---


837.055
6.453
11.009

1.244
42.841

2,471
6,607
2 712

8,952

3.353
4,914
8.309
117


6 817 11 551 -4 734 6.817 11 551 -4.734 136.037 136.037 133.002


1 353


1 .353 .........


353 ..... .....


8 170 12.904 -4.734 8.170 12.904 -4.734


14 201 22.448 -8 247 14 201 22 448 -8,247

24 24 ......... 24 24 ........


14.225 22.472 -8 247 14.225 22.472 -8 247

-1.377 -1.377 ......... -1,377 -1,377 ...........


21 018


33.999


-12 981


21.018


33.999


-12.981


.2 ________ i ______________ ______ _______2________ _______


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal
employer contributions, and intere-i and profits on investments in Federal securities. They hale 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 Arrrie at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively.


!35.261
6,073
10.616

1.324
42.512

2.481
6.631
2.779
................
8.824
........... ..
3,161
4.882
8.313
145






TABLE VII-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 31


Total Budget


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 ...................... .......... ..................
Customs ............. .................... .......................
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


t11,094,793
1,027,370

5.308,450
502,633
387,693
1.407.991
426.715
345,399
527.287


Fiscal Year
To Date


t11,094.793
1.027,370

5.308.450
502,633
387.693
1,407.991
416,715
345.399
527.287


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


:10.653,488
872.981

4,551.369
259,368
394.911
1.462.281
395.723
343.499
382 173


21.018 331 21.018.331 19,315.794



7,603,986 7,603,986 8,191,662
538,838 538,838 355,401
430.629 430,629 375.761
1,056,785 1,056.785 816.363
122.066 122,066 287.251
2,237.285 2.237.285 1.975.289
425,439 425.439 448.844
1.128.140 1.128.140 858.363
3.251,356 3,251,356 3.054.396
11,069,574 11.069,574 10,610,222
1.400,523 1.400,523 1.526,050
257,517 257.517 261.011
159.522 159,522 188.135
2,112,398 2.112.398 1.622.355
2,641.993 2.641,993 2,376,518
436,468 -436.468 -454.721


33,999,582


33.999,582


32.492.902


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