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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
        Table of Contents
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 1
    Roster of Florida state treasurers
        Page 2
    Duties of the state treasurer
        Page 3
    Treasurer's comments
        Page 4
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        Page 6
    Items of special interest
        Page 7
    Percentage of treasury funds invested
        Page 8
    Treasurer's time deposit
        Page 8
    Graph - treasury's investment performance
        Page 9
    Bar chart - interest received on treasury investments
        Page 10
    State treasurer's U.S. treasury securities transactions
        Page 11
    Treasury investment of "float"
        Page 12
    Summary of resources and liabilities
        Page 13
    Securities in custody of the treasurer
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REPORT OF THE
STATE TREASURER
STATE OF FLORIDA







FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1974


THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
STATE TREASURER









TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page
Letter of Transm ittal .................... .................... 1
Roster of Florida State Treasurers ............................ 2
Statement of Cost of Publication .............................. 2
Duties of the State Treasurer ................................. 3
Treasurer's Com m ents ....................................... 4
Items of Special Interest ................ .................... 7
Percentage of Treasury Funds Invested ....................... 8
Treasurer's Time Deposit ................................... 8
Graph Treasury's Investment Performance .................. 9
Bar Chart Interest Received on Treasury Investments ....... 10
State Treasurer's U.S. Treasury Securities Transactions ........ 11
Treasury Investment of "Float" ............................. 12
Summary of Resources and Liabilities ........................ 13
Securities in Custody of the Treasurer ........................ 14
The Four Funds Receipts, Disbursements and Balances ..... 18
Special Funds Balances ....................... ............ 50
General Revenue Fund Sources of Receipts (By Department) 51
General Revenue Fund Refunds to (By Department) ........ 58
General Revenue Fund Transfers to, from Trust Fund
(By Department) ....................................... 62
General Revenue Fund-Disbursements from (By Department) 64
General Revenue Fund Transfers from, to Trust Fund
and Working Capital Fund (By Department) ................ 98
General Revenue Tax Certificate Fund (By County) ......... 114
Registry of Court Funds .................................. 116









STATE TREASURER
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
FIRE MARSHAL





STATE OF FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE 32304

July 1, 1974




The Honorable Reubin 0. Askew
Governor
State of Florida
Tallahassee, Florida

Dear Governor Askew:

In compliance with Section 18.05, Florida Statutes, which re-
quires the State Treasurer to render his report as soon as practica-
ble after the end of the fiscal year, I submit the annual report of the
transactions of the office of the State Treasurer for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1974.

Respectfully submitted,



THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
State Treasurer







STATE TREASURERS OF FLORIDA
From the Admission of the State into the Union


NVme Date of Commission
Benjam in Byrd .................................... July 26, 1845
Dr. William R. Hayward ......................... January 8, 1848
Charles H. Austin ............................. January 24, 1853
Dr. Simon B. Conover ........................... August 19, 1868
Charles H. Foster ............................. January 16, 1873
Walter H. Gwynn ............................. January 9, 1877
Henry A. L'Engle ............................ February 1, 1881
Dr. E. S. Crill .............................. February 19, 1885
*F. J. Pons ...................................... January 8, 1889

E. J. Triay ................................... December 31, 1891
C. B. Collins .................................... January 3, 1893
J. B. Whitfield ................................ June 19, 1897
W V. Knott ...................................... M arch 1, 1903
*J. C. Luning ................................... February 19, 1912
W V. Knott ................................. September 28, 1928
*J. Edwin Larson ................................. January 3, 1941
Broward Williams ............................. January 28, 1965
Thomas D. O'Malley ........................... January 5, 1971


*Died in Office


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This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of
$2,594.10, or $5.19 per copy to comply with Sections 18.05 and
18.09, Florida Statutes, requiring the Treasurer to make an
annual financial report to the Governor and the Legislature.






















THOMAS D. O'MALLEY


DUTIES OF THE STATE TREASURER
The Florida Constitution establishes the Treasurer as one of the
six-member elected State Cabinet and stipulates that "The treasurer
shall keep all state funds and securities" and "shall disburse state
funds" (by Comptroller's warrant countersigned by the Governor).
In addition to these conventional Treasury functions, a further re-
sponsibility has evolved over the recent past-namely the maximiza-
tion of investment of the State's pool of operating funds in order to
increase revenues for the taxpayer's benefit. Supported by a recom-
mendation from the Treasurer and his Banking and Finance Advisory
Committee, the 1971 Legislature formally endorsed this concept,
enacting a statute which makes it incumbent upon the Treasurer, "con-
sistent with the cash requirements of the state, to keep such money
fully invested or deposited in interest-bearing time deposits ... in order
that the state may realize maximum earnings and benefits to the
economy.
In addition to his Treasury duties, the State Treasurer is the Insur-
ance Commissioner of the State of Florida, administrator of the Au-
tomobile Financial Responsibility Law, State Fire Marshal and a
member of the following governmental bodies:

CONSTITUTIONAL BOARDS
Board of Administration
Board of Education
Board of Pardons
STATUTORY BOARDS, DEPARTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS
Administration Commission Department of Natural Resources
Elections Canvassing Commission Department of Revenue
Department of General Services Board of Trustees of the
Department of Highway Safety Internal Improvement Trust Fund
and Motor Vehicles Interstate Cooperation Commission
Department of Law Enforcement Governor's Highway Safety Commis-


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TREASURER'S COMMENTS
Treasury interest earnings in Fiscal 1973-74 were two and a half
times greater than in the previous year-$59.5 million versus $23.6
million-while State revenues were up by roughly one-fourth. Of this
year's total earnings, $39.8 million was contributed by bank time de-
posits while investments in U.S. Treasury securities accounted for the
remaining $19.7 million. The jump in earnings was aided greatly by
growing tax revenues, unspent appropriations and high interest rates.
However, the Treasury was continually striving to generate additional
earnings by several means noted below.
One technique was to concentrate on investing an ever-larger pro-
portion of what is known as "float." The Treasury's float is money
against which State checks have been issued but not yet cleared
through the banking system and charged to one of the Treasury's
checking accounts. The amount of float invested on average during
Fiscal 1973-1974 was approximately $100 million per day. Or, stated
another way, the Treasury's average daily balance invested was $817
million, of which $100 million was already spent but the checks had
simply not cleared through Treasury checking accounts. Extra earnings
in the neighborhood of $8 to $9 million resulted from this source.
In summary, considerably more than 100% of the State's "checkbook
balance" remained invested and earning interest every day of the year,
with the average being 114%. At times during each month this percent-
age was between 120% and 130% and on one occasion reached a high of
147%.
The main benefits of the favorable investment climate existing in
Fiscal 1973-74 will be felt in the 1974-75 year when Treasury earnings
will almost certainly rise to a new peak-perhaps as much as $70
million. This will occur at a time when State revenues in general are
declining on account of economic recession. Such anomaly results from
the fact that Treasury earnings are based on investment decisions
which in the majority of cases were made many months prior.
The great bulk of Treasury moneys are invested in bank time de-
posits at interest rates set twice weekly by the Office of the State Board
of Administration (comprised of Governor, Comptroller, Treasurer)
which invests pension funds and the like. Shortly before Fiscal 1973-74
began, the Board revised the rate-setting formula in an effort to take
maximum advantage of the growing competition for funds. The new
formula complied with legislative intent as expressed in Section 18.10,
Florida Statutes, which prescribes twin goals for the investment of
State surpluses-namely, the attainment of maximum (a) earnings and
(b) benefits to the State economy.
Specifically, the revised formula requires rates on the Treasury's 90
day, 180 day, 1 year and 2 year deposits to be whichever is the higher of:
the current average yield on U.S. Treasury bills or notes carrying an


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equivalent maturity, or the average rate being paid by at least five major
Florida banks on fully collateralized time deposits of the same matur-
ity. The effect of the foregoing is to ensure that the rates are set by an
authority independent of the Treasury and that on a given date no bank
can be favored with a rate lower than that established under the for-
mula.
At times during Fiscal 1973-74 when competition for money was
particularly strong, the Treasury had large sums of money available for
brief periods (for example, 30 to 60 days). Accordingly it sought interest
rate quotations from banks able to collateralize large short-term de-
posits and in this manner placed a number of such deposits yielding
well above the established rates.
To comply with the mandate to achieve maximum benefits to the
economy, the Treasury endeavors to allocate time deposits among
banks in the various counties in direct proportion to State tax revenues
from the respective counties and uses the Sales Tax as the fairest and
most reliable guide for this purpose. As a method of preventing any
bank within a given county from getting an undue share, the Treasury
finds that the requirement of full collateralization effectively limits the
amount each bank can or will accept. The relatively high interest rates
charged by the Treasury are an added deterrent. Consequently during
the year several banks per month declined offers of either new or
renewed Treasury time deposits. As of June 30, 1974, the Treasury had
time deposits in 642 Florida banks outof a total of 690 banks in the state.
Those without such deposits were apparently unwilling to pay Treas-
ury rates, found the collateral requirements a problem, or simply had
insufficient demand for additional money to lend.
Again during the 1974 legislative session as during the one in 1973,
the Treasurer supported a bill designed to clear the way for investing
Treasury funds in Florida savings and loan institutions. The bill passed
the House but died in Senate committee. Motivation for supporting
such a bill lies, for one thing, in the fact that at times during the
economic cycle S & L deposits pay a higher rate of interest than do bank
time deposits. To the extent that S & L's can offer the State complete
safety in addition to competitive interest rates, it would seem not
unreasonable to allow them equality with banks in seeking deposits
derived from State tax revenues. Also it is worth mentioning that S & L's
are a prime source of funds for the construction industry-a sector of the
economy which normally makes one of the largest contributions to
State revenues. The matter will no doubt be submitted to the 1975
Legislature for its further consideration.
Treasury demand (checking) accounts are opened or closed via a
majority vote of the State Board of Administration. In February 1973 the
Treasurer proposed, and the other two Board members approved the
closing of 12 of the then-existing 23 Treasury demand accounts inher-
ited from prior administrations. It was agreed to consider additional
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closings following an interval during which the new set-up could be
tested. The Treasurer has been of the opinion, and the Governor's
Management and Efficiency Study Commission reached the same con-
clusion, that cutting the present number approximately in half would
pay off handsomely by permitting investment of most of the cash re-
quired to maintain such accounts. It is believed that action will be taken
in this respect during Fiscal 1974-75.
During the year the Treasurer appointed from his staff a three-
member committee headed by the Director of the Treasury Division
and charged them with maintaining in his behalf a continuing review of
the operations of the Office of the Board of Administration, which
invests over $2 billion in retirement and other trust funds as well as
administering all State bond issues.
As a result of the Treasurer's close surveillance of Board investments
of Retirement System moneys, he proposed a temporary moratorium on
common stock purchases and the Board approved this as of May 21,
1974. Consequently State pension funds were spared further disastrous
effects of the 1974 collapse in stock values. The Board's intention was to
move cautiously into additional stock investments at such time as
economic prospects improve. Following the moratorium, the Board
created a six-member Investment Advisory Committee to maintain an
overview of the Board's investment program. The Chief of the
Treasury's Bureau of Banking was appointed to this Committee.


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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST


Fiscal Year Fiscal Year
1972-73 1973-74


Securities and other collateral
in Treasury at end of year ................ $2,518,543,508.25 $2,903,197,870.05

Treasury receipts during year, exclusive
of inter-fund transfers ...................... $5,241,793,473.56 $6,330,446,598.90
Treasury disbursements
during year, exclusive of inter-fund
transfers ........................... ..... $4,908,086,172.37 $6,111,205,286.73

Balance in the Four Funds at
end of year:
General Revenue Fund ................. $ 489,560,977.00 $ 578,443,117.70
Trust Fund ............................ 314,015,298.00 443,271,415.42
Working Capital Fund .................. 67,793.00 40,970.31*
Revenue Sharing Fund ................. none 1,130,176.80**
Total .............................. ... $ 803,644,068.00 $ 1,022,885,680.23

Average daily portion of
Four Funds invested .................... $ 557,865,458.00 $ 817,722,858.11

Average daily percent invested ............. 94.41% 96.38%

Interest received on Treasurer's
investments ............................. $ 23,666,922.00 $ 59,543,052.00

Number of Florida banks holding
Treasurer's time deposits at
end of fiscal year ......................... 574 642
Does not include $92,142,062.26 carried on the books of the State Board of Administra-
tion and representing investments (at cost) in U.S. Treasury securities for the Working
Capital Fund.
**Does not include $75,349,555.08 carried on the books of the State Board of Administra-
tion and representing investments (at cost) in U.S. Treasury securities for the Revenue
Sharing Fund.


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PERCENTAGE OF TREASURY FUNDS INVESTED
(Average Daily Balance)


Fiscal Year
1970-71 1971-72


1972-73 1973-74


% 82.2%
89.5
81.6
90.3
90.5
90.6
80.6 88.7
79.5 90.9
77.2 89.9
78.2 90.2
80.5 92.0
78.7 92.5


92.7%
92.6
93.7
94.6
95.2
94.3
93.7
95.1
94.5
94.7
95.9
96.7


96.3
96.5
96.5
96.3
96.4
96.4
95.8
96.2
96.7
96.1
96.2
97.1


TREASURER'S TIME DEPOSITS
(ALL IN FLORIDA BANKS)


Period Number of Total Amount Average
Banks Holding of Deposit
Ending Time Deposits Time Deposits per Bank


455
467
478
532
553
574
593
642


in
(millions)
$156.0
175.1
204.2
269.0
352.4
449.4
544.4
627.3


$342,800
374,900
427,100
505,600
637,200
782,900
918,100
977,100


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July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June


12/31/70
6/30/71
12/31/71
6/30/72
12/31/72
6/30/73
12/31/73
6/30/74








PERCENTAGE OF TREASURY FUNDS INVESTED
(Average Daily Balance)


Fiscal Year
1970-71 1971-72


1972-73 1973-74


% 82.2%
89.5
81.6
90.3
90.5
90.6
80.6 88.7
79.5 90.9
77.2 89.9
78.2 90.2
80.5 92.0
78.7 92.5


92.7%
92.6
93.7
94.6
95.2
94.3
93.7
95.1
94.5
94.7
95.9
96.7


96.3
96.5
96.5
96.3
96.4
96.4
95.8
96.2
96.7
96.1
96.2
97.1


TREASURER'S TIME DEPOSITS
(ALL IN FLORIDA BANKS)


Period Number of Total Amount Average
Banks Holding of Deposit
Ending Time Deposits Time Deposits per Bank


455
467
478
532
553
574
593
642


in
(millions)
$156.0
175.1
204.2
269.0
352.4
449.4
544.4
627.3


$342,800
374,900
427,100
505,600
637,200
782,900
918,100
977,100


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July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June


12/31/70
6/30/71
12/31/71
6/30/72
12/31/72
6/30/73
12/31/73
6/30/74








TREASURY'S INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE
UNDER
CASH-TRACKING SYSTEM

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INTEREST RECEIVED ON STATE TREASURY
INVESTMENTS FOR THE YEARS INDICATED
MILLIONS MILLIONS
OF OF
DOLLARS DOLLARS
90 90

85 i85


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STATE TREASURER'S
U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES TRANSACTIONS


Sales & Interest
Purchases Maturities Earned


(million)
$ 156.9
295.6
180.0
162.7
101.1
138.1
82.7
174.2
147.0
176.0
133.4
143.4


$ 943,030
. 2,052,827
2,016,765
2,210,432
1,273,831
1,689,888
1,737,912
1,573,356
1,897,395
1,334,450
1,343,812
1,603,830


(million)
$ 170.3
204.2
231.9
154.5
129.2
87.0
194.5
114.4
137.0
186.2
142.8
142.6

$1,894.6


Treasury Bills

Repurchase
Agreements


total purchases .................... $1,528.6 mm
total sales & maturities ........... $1,540.1 mm
total purchases ................... $ 366.0 mm
total maturities .................. 351.0 mm


U.S. Treasury securities are used by the State Treasury as a vehicle
for maintaining a cash-equivalent reserve that is instantly available
when needed and yet earns interest until the day of withdrawal.
Monthly earnings from this source fluctuate widely (see right-hand
column above), being influenced not only by the frequent changes in
the level of interest rates but also by the volume of such securities
liquidated by the State Treasury in a particular month.
The $366 million of Repurchase Agreements negotiated by the State
Treasury during the year proved very lucrative, yielding interest rates
as high as 10.75% during the final month. The optimum conditions
prevailing in much of Fiscal 1973-74-i.e., high interest rates and large
sums available for this type of investment-are not expected to con-
tinue very far into the 1974-75 year.


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Fiscal Year
1973-74


July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June


$1,891.1 $19,677,528








TREASURY INVESTMENT OF "FLOAT"
Millions


J


JA S 0 N D J I M \ NI J
1973 1974
The above chart is designed to show that the Treasurer, in investing
the State's operating moneys, makes use not only of the Comptroller's
uncommitted balances but also of "float." This float is composed of
checks (warrants) which have been drawn by the State Comptroller
against the Treasury in payment of various and sundry State obligations
but have not yet cleared through one of the Treasury's eleven checking
accounts. Such checks may have already been received by the payees
and may or may not have been cashed or deposited in banks. However,
until these remittances pass through banking channels to one of the
banks where the Treasury maintains a checking account, they continue
to represent investable funds from the Treasurer's standpoint. Accord-
ingly some 95% of this float is placed in interest-bearing short term
investments, with 5% maintained as a cash reserve to meet checks as
they clear. Thus a large amount of interest is being earned on money
that is, in a sense, already spent.
It can be seen from the above graph that the float is no small item. In
fact it averaged $82 million per day during the year shown. With 95% of
this sum invested for a year and assuming an interest rate of 6%, the
resultant extra income for the taxpayers comes to $4,674,000.00

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SUMMARY OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES FOR
THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

RESOURCES


OFFICE CASH
Currency and Coin ....................................... $
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
Due from courts for advances of Jurors and Witnesses fees .....


70,783.37

3,283,032.87


BANK DEPOSITS
Regular Demand Accounts ................. $ 65,487,736.59
Special Demand Accounts
(Bank Receivership) ..................... 5,738.31
Regular Time Deposits .................... 627,320,000.00
Special Time Deposits
(Bank Receivership) ..................... 5,000.00
Total Bank Deposits .................................... $ 692,818,474.90
(Amounts held by various State agencies in special bank "clearing accounts" and "revolv-
ing funds" outside The State Treasury are not included above. The Treasurer is attempt-
ing to obtain periodic reports on such bank balances in order that his financial statements
will reflect all State monies.)


SHORT TERM INVESTMENTS BY TREASURER
Short term U.S. Government securities ..... $ 302,432,651.93
Repurchase Agreements ................... 25,000,000.00


BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION INVESTMENTS
In Treasurer's custody ..................................
Total State-Owned Resources in Treasurer's Custody ......

LIABILITIES

STATE FUNDS SUBJECT TO
COMPTROLLERS WARRANT
General Revenue ......................... $ 578,443,117.70
Trust Fund ................. .............. 443,271,415.42
Working Capital Fund ..................... 40,970.31
Revenue Sharing Fund ..................... 1,130,176.80
Total Four Funds ......................................


SPECIAL FUNDS IN TREASURER'S
CUSTODY
Insurance Clearing Fund ................... 233.00
Financial Responsibility Division Trust Fund
Special Demand Account ............... 108,291.53
Time Deposits ................. ....... 600,000.00
Bank Receivership Accounts
Special Demand Accounts .............. 5,738.31
Special Time Deposits ................. 5,000.00
Total Special Funds .................... ................ $
BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION INVESTMENTS
In Treasurer's Custody .................................. 1


327,432,651.93

1,527,567,126.14
$2,551,172,069.21


$1,022,885,680.23


719,262.84


,527,567,126.14


Total Liabilities ...................... ................ $2,551,172,069.21


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SECURITIES IN CUSTODY OF
THE STATE TREASURER AS OF JUNE 30, 1974


BANK COLLATERAL (Safekeeping Receipts)
Pledged for State Treasurer's
Time Deposits and Demand Accounts ...................... $
Pledged for State Treasurer's Investments
in Short-Term U.S. Government Securities ...................
Pledged Under Trust Act of 1911
for Banks Exercising Trust Powers ..........................
Pledged Under Obsolete Statute
for Banks Exercising Title Powers ...........................
Pledged for Special Demand Accounts of the Following State
Agencies (Note: Balances in these Accounts are not
Reported to the Treasurer):
Board of Regents (Various Cities) ........... $ 27,518,000.00
Accountancy, Board of (Gainesville) ......... 30,000.00
Agriculture, Commissioner of (Awards
Revolving Fund-Tallahassee)............. 50,000.00
Agriculture, Department of (Winter Haven) .. 185,000.00
Blind, Council for the (Tampa) ............. 200,000.00
Citrus, Department of (Lakeland) ........... 710,000.00
Correctional Institution, Apalachee
(Chattahoochee) .......................... 100,000.00
Corrections, Division of (Lake Butler) ....... 130,000.00
Deaf and Blind, Trustees for (St. Augustine) 50,000.00
Family Services, Division of (Jacksonville) .. 100,000.00
Financial Responsibility, Division
of (Tallahassee) ........................... 500,000.00
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle,
Department of (Various Cities) ............ 2,130,000.00
Hospital, Florida State (Chattahoochee) ..... 205,000.00
Hospital, G. Pierce Wood Memorial (Arcadia) 115,000.00
Hospital, South Florida State (Hollywood)... 329,000.00
Hospital, Tuberculosis (Lantana) ............ 50,000.00
Hospital, Tuberculosis (Tampa) ............. 50,000.00
Inter-American Center Authority (Miami).... 145,000.00
Loxahotchee Environmental Control
(Various Cities) ........................... 532,000.00
Medical Examiners, Board of (Miami) ....... 145,000.00
Natural Resources, Department of
(Key Biscayne) ........................... 50,000.00
Nursing Education and Registration,
Board of (Jacksonville) .................... 45,000.00
Parks, Board of (Various Cities) ............. 590,000.00
Parole and Probation Restitution Fund
(Various Cities) ........................... 130,000.00
Public Welfare, Division of (Jacksonville) ... 600,000.00
Real Estate Commission (Winter Park) ...... 100,000.00
Receivership Account-Defunct
Bank (St. Petersburg) ..................... 100,000.00
Receivership/Residual Account
Liquidated Banks and Trust
Companies (Tallahassee) .................. 100,000.00
Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota) .......... 20,000.00
Sunland Center (Fort Myers) ............... 105,000.00
Sunland Center (Gainesville) ............... 140,000.00
Sunland Center (Miami).................... 50,000.00
Sunland Center (Orlando) .................. 10,000.00


797,473,936.72

327,432,651.93

85,366,000.00

10,000.00


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35,314,000.00









STATE-OWNED SECURITIES (Investments of various State
agencies-securities and safekeeping receipts deposited
by Board of Administration. All except common stocks
are shown at par.)
State Board of Education:
Principal State School Fund ............... 17,174,080.00
Interest State School Fund ................ 1,133,000.00
Agricultural College Fund ................. 185,500.00
Principal Seminary Fund .................. 143,000.00 18,635,580.00

Department of Insurance:
Florida Fire Insurance Trust Fund .............. .......... 6,110,000.00
Department of Administration- Division
of Personnel and Retirement:
Florida Retirement System- Bonds ............................................
Florida Retirement System-
Common Stock (At Cost) ................. 85,688,558.47
Teachers Survivors Benefits ............... 20,473,833.00 1,501,862,046.14

Board of Trustees, Ringling
Museum Trust Fund ...................... 20,000.00
Board of Regents:
Wescott Trust Fund ...................... 12,000.00
American Legion Trust Fund .............. 48,000.00
John G. and Fannie F. Ruge Memorial
and Scholarship Fund ................... 15,000.00
Agnes Peoples Memorial
Scholarship Fund (1,520 shares Value
American Telephone and Telegraph Stock) Not Included 75,000.00
Florida State Board of Veterinary Examiners ................... 1,000.00
Florida Crippled Children's Trust Fund ....................... 7,500.00
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Trust Fund ........................ .......... ......... .. 458,000.00
University of Florida:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates
of 1948, I&S ............... .............. ............ 70,000.00

Florida State University:
Auxiliary Fund ................... ....... 15,000.00
Dormitory Revenue Certificates
of 1957, I&S ............... .... ........ 110,000.00 125,000.00
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1952, I&S .................. 55,000.00
University of West Florida:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1966,
Revenue Trust Fund ............................... ........ 14,000.00
University of South Florida:
Dormitory, Dining and Auxiliary Revenue
Certificates of 1965, I&S .................................... 23,000.00
Florida Department of Commerce:
Workmen's Compensation Special
D disability Fund ............................................ 100,000.00
Department of Education-Bureau of
Education:
Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Endowment Fund ........ .... .......... ........ ... 11,000.00

Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services, Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, Bureau of Blind Services:

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Common Stock
Bristol-Myers Company ...................
Rexall Drug and Chemical Company ........
General Motors Corporation ................
Richardson-Merrell Incorporated ..........
Squibb Beech-Nut, Incorporated ............
Squibb Corporation ........................
Sterling Drug, Incorporated ................
Colonial Fund, Incorporated................
W ellington Fund ..........................

RETAINAGE COLLATERAL (Securities and
Certificates of Deposit Pledged by
Contractors on State Projects)
Department of Transportation ..............
Department of General Services ............

SURETY BONDS-DEPOSITED BY:
Automobile Clubs-Section 649 ............
Surplus Lines Agents-Section 626.928 .....
Public Adjusters-Section 626.865 ..........
Bail Agents Surety Bonds-Section 648.28 ...
Sick and Funeral Surety Bonds-
Section 638.081(2) ..................... ..
Premium Finance Companies-
Section 627.828, Florida Statutes (1973) ....


No. of Shares
60
28
7
68
10
10
175
103
79




8,753,546.31
1,196,642.70


1,600,000.00
840,000.00
100,000.00
2,005,000.00

20,000.00

35,000.00


INSURANCE COMPANY COLLATERAL
(Deposited in compliance with Florida Insurance Code)
Securities:
Section 624.411(2)(a)(b)(c)(d) and 624.411(3) 23,903,000.00
Section 624.411(1)(a) ...................... 1,725,000.00
Section 624.411(1)(b) ...................... 1,717,000.00
Section 624.411(1)(c) ...................... 1,456,000.00
Section 624.41 1(1)(d) ..................... 1,328,000.00
Receivership-All Sections ................ 1,068,000.00
Voluntary Deposits-Section 625.51(2) ..... 17,128,000.00
Sick and Funeral Insurance Companies-
Section 638 .............................. 400,000.00
Sick and Funeral Insurance Companies-
Other States Section 638 ................. 130,000.00
Automobile Club-Section 649 ............ 112,000.00
Life Care Companies-Section 651.09 ...... 75,000.00
Fraternal-Section 632.101 ................ 56,000.00
Retaliatory Deposit-Section 624.429 ...... 10,000.00
Sale of Money Orders-Chapter 560.06 .... 1,400,000.00
Pre-Need Funeral Services-Section 639.12 51,000.00
Bail Bonds-Section 648.28 ............... 25,000.00
Scholarship Club, Inc. ..................... 50,000.00
Surplus Lines (Special) Section 626.918(5) 320,000.00
Hospital and Medical Service Plans,
Chapter 641 ................... .......... 50,000.00
Certificates of Deposit:
Receivership-Time Certificates of
Deposits from Banks ..................... 2,379,406.25
Section 624.0210(3)(a)(b)(c)(d)-
Other States ............................. 45,947,360.00
Section 631.06-Other States .............. 11,250,200.00
Financial Life Insurance Company-
Pending ............... ....... ......... .. 10,000.00

16


(Value Not
Included)





9,950,189.01


4,600,000.00









Safekeeping Receipts:
Receivership-Collateral for Bank Deposits 3,548,000.00 114,138,966.25

SELF-INSURERS COLLATERAL (held for
Florida Department of Commerce,
Workmen's Compensation Division)
Securities and Certificates of Deposit ......................... 1,345,000.00
Grand Total .............. .......................... $2,903,197,870.05


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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


GENERAL REVENUE FUND ................ $489,560,977.42 $1,937,575,577.13 $ 164,511,422.84 $ 448,989,436.22 $1,564,215,423.47 $578,443,117.70


TRUST FUND
Transfer of Funds under Section 215.18 ......
LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
Joint Judicial Personnel Study
Committee Trust Fund ....................
House of Representatives
Florida Criminal Code Revision ...........
Auditor General
Municipal Audit Trust Fund ...............
S Supreme Court
00 Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
State Attorney Division:
Sixth Judicial Circuit-Grants
and Donations Trust Fund ................
County Courts-Grants and
Donations Trust Fund ....................
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
Citizens Committee on
Education Trust Fund ......................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ............
Highway Safety Commission Trust Fund .....
DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AFFAIRS
AND ATTORNEY GENERAL
Committee on Law-Enforcement
and Administration of Justice
Trust Fund ............... ... ............
Legal Service Trust Fund ...................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ............


23,018,660.00 23,018,660.00 .................................


61,015.00


50,000.00


16,861.55


5,524.23 .............. ...............................


35,269.25

68,485.11


12,146.46 .................


97,890.04


141,141.34


46,890.30

24,666.51


9,467.84 ..............................................


56,000.30


267,084.09 .................


8,872.50 ................. .. .. ........ .
63,734.52 81,114.51 121,544.00
12,235.62 2,980,528.06 .................



..... .... ....... 100.00 .................
6,898.38 .............. .. ................
6,647.62 1,868.00 100.00


130,455.29


145.64
58,160.01
1,863,106.07


31,579.27


62,574.18


5,524.23 ................

525.41 ................


212,563.32


70,286.66


9,467.84 ................

136,476.49 56,152.61


8,726.86 .............
169,268.97 38,964.05
1,059,326.51 70,331.10


................. 6,898.23
1,119.79 7,168.46


100.00
.15
327.37


l








DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND
CONSUMER SERVICES AND
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Office of the Commissioner and
Division of Administration:
Administrative Trust Fund ................. 323,285.44
Harness Horse Racing Trust Fund ......... 129,501.87
Agricultural and Livestock
Building Trust Fund ..................... 3,457.71 .....
Quarter Horse Racing Trust Fund .......... 28,929.02
General Inspection Trust Fund ............ .................
Division of Inspection:
General Inspection Trust Fund ............ 4,153,914.28
Division of Plant Industry:
Nursery Inspection Trust Fund ............ 257,311.96
Fire Ant Control Trust Fund ............... 84,288.26
Citrus Inspection Trust Fund .............. 1,334,997.83
Division of Forestry:
Incidental Trust Fund ..................... 1,244,049,68
Security Deposits Trust Fund .............. 3,382.70
' Neighborhood Youth Corps
Project Trust Fund ............... .. ...................
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND
FINANCE AND COMPTROLLER
Office of the Comptroller and
Division of Administration:
Administrative Trust Fund ................. 157,314.53
Division of Banking:
Bank and Trust Company
Trust Fund .............................. 119,022.09
Division of Accounting and Auditing:
Florida National Forest
Trust Fund .............................. ................
Flood Control Trust Fund ............ ..............
Division of Finance:
Regulatory Trust Fund .................... 326,770.29
Abandoned Property Trust Fund ........... 75,857.93 ....
Division of Securities:
Security Deposit Trust Fund ............... 32,500.00


11,155.47
109,495.60


1,171,383.68


557,494.05


722,397.42 225.933.12
209,906.00 29,091.47


................. 51,339.02


33,581.48 .................
............. 91,371.60


11,409,787.41

367,248.15
69,755.33
8,115,066.22

4,257,344.32
100,153.95


3,457.71
11,171.48
91,371.60


100,888.44 3,953,339.04 8,864,426.10 2,846,824.99


(3,036.14)
2.20
431,662.34


90,988.53
594.73
1,967,045.24


394.12 3,141,978.15
....... ...... .. .......


363,874.88
80,381.81
6,105,370.47


166,660.56
73,069.25
1,809,310.68


100,909.55 2,258,900.42
25,691.24 77,845.41


100.90 ..............................


68.47


1,518,612.61


318,572.57

129.94


243,921.45


100.90


105,302.00 126,732.12


482,021.38 1,060,095.57


725,160.89 ................. .. ...............
3,697.71 ................. .. ...............


1,454,428.73
......... ....


10.00
14.66


95,647.69


725,160.89 ................
3,697.71 ................


429,516.55 1,174,450.97 177,241.50
6.04 13,936.42 61,930.13


450.00 ................. ...... ...... ...


12,500.00 20,450.00









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND
SECRETARY OF STATE
Office of the Secretary and
Division of Administration:
Flag Trust Fund ..........................
Special Contingency Trust Fund ...........
Division of Elections:
Publications Revolving Trust Fund .........
Elections Operating Trust Fund ...........
Special Contingency Trust Fund ...........
Division of Archives, History and
Records Management:
t Management Trust Fund ..................
0 Microfilm Revolving Trust Fund ...........
Union Bank Building Trust Fund ..........
Special Contingency Trust Fund ...........
Division of Corporations:
Special Contingency Trust Fund ...........
Division of Library Services:
Library Services Trust Fund ...............
Library Construction Trust Fund ...........
Book Processing Center Trust Fund ........
Division of Cultural Affairs:
Office of Division Director-
Fine Arts Council Trust Fund ...........
Historic Pensacola Preservation-
Administrative Trust Fund ...............
Ringling Museum of Art-
Incidental Trust Fund ...................
Investment Trust Fund ..................
Historic St. Augustine Preservation-
Operating Trust Fund ...................
Stephen Foster Memorial-
Operating Trust Fund ...................


349.27 588.84 20.00 ................. 392.92
47.93 ................ ................. .... .............. ...............

65,635.07 39,878.52 ................. ................. 38,856.58
.... ........... 7,813.00 ............ .................. 4,380.00
79.02 ................. ..................... ............. .................


38,079.34 303,498.05
27,728.73 193,138.47
720.21 .................
64.04 .................


4,841.25
54,042.07


12,801.87
18,909.42
70.21


565.19
47.93

66,657.01
3,433.00
79.02


253,224.20 80,392.57
195,882.68 60,117.17
650.00 ................
........ ... 64.04


89.26 ................. ... .............. ................. .................


101,949.08
9,503.74
41,800.63


4,696.52

39,207.54

235,933.97
8,374.06

136,265.31

113,242.61


327,306.16
18,698.00
148,100.01


446.65

293.23


368.59

29,200.01


212,455.24 ..............................


277,043.57


166,714.00


46,779.95


659,002.76 779.89 190,389.70
47,660.00 ................. .................


254,700.36


169,641.00


271,283.96 87.80


86,464.81


89.26


301,848.92 127,484.38
11,198.00 17,003.74
111,765.10 49,228.76


208,138.12


9,013.64


203,823.63 232,361.53

526,775.64 178,551.28
48,803.41 7,230.65

372,943.24 101,198.62


60,638.98 294,483.63 29,491.76








Historic Tallahassee Preservation-
Operating Trust Fund .................................
Historic Key West Preservation-
Operating Trust Fund ..... ........................
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
AND TREASURER
Office of Treasurer and
Division of Administration:
Administrative Trust Fund ................. 211,253.60
Municipal Firemen's Pension Trust Fund .. 3,595,930.95
Municipal Police Officers
Retirement Trust Fund ................... 4,959,982.62
Division of Insurance Company Regulations:
Insurance Commissioner
Regulatory Trust Fund ................... 2,190,014.97
Division of Insurance Consumer Services:
Publications Revolving Trust Fund ......... 16,358.90
Agents and Solicitors County
License Tax Trust Fund .................. 207,686.02
Division of State Fire Marshal:
State Fire Marshal Trust Fund ............. 987,492.28
Liquified Petroleum Gas
Administrative Trust Fund ............... 79,612.98
Division of Risk Management:
Risk Management Trust Fund ............. 31,509.16
State Fire Insurance Trust Fund ........... 118,659.05
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Commissioner and State Board Staff:
Educational Aid Trust Fund ............... 132,122.77
Higher Education Capital Outlay
and Debt Service Trust Fund-
Bond Account ........................... 1,453,349.91
County Capital Outlay and
Debt Services School Trust Fund-
Administrative ........................... 12,671.11
Institutions of Higher Education
Bond Program Capital, Outlay
and Debt Service Trust Fund ........... 54,895.40
Independent Colleges and Universities
Service Trust Fund ...................... 1,355.12


31,265.00

20,150.00


3,195.20
.... . .


80,000.00

50,000.00



675,321.68
4,179,325.37


431.66 5,037,399.05


10,885.67

4,632.80


55,443.03

10,128.80


28,179.90 752,847.94 108,742.64
877,259.92 2,858,555.91 4,039,440.49

321,540.10 4,512,423.47 5,163,849.76


4,822,518.36 1,492,090.35 1,245,358.12 3,649,852.14 3,609,413.42


14,657.00 ................. .................


456,600.00


48.00


303,339.35 1,063,969.16


180,849.00


1,804.44


1,678,395.24 2,509,889.50
1,768,058.20 758,221.71


701,268.17


700,192.05


76,953,851.46 .................


971,754.00


192,000.00


15,378.84

299,643.30

54,142.10


29,416.00


422,441.64 226,513.54

568,102.51 1,487,054.98

105,899.33 102,224.99


86,124.32 3,558,714.30 574,955.28
214,509.04 2,141,974.31 288,455.61


848,734.53


493,322.09 191,526.37


12,292,000.00 64,887,940.21 1,227,261.16


60.89


39.81


126,092.42 858,271.80


164,247.66


3,000.00 100.00 165.12


44,936.30

55,388.40


1,599.90


82,607.93


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


.... . .


1,910.00 .................










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Student Loan Trust Fund ..................
Student Financial Aid Trust Fund ..........
Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Endowment Trust Fund ..................
Division of Elementary and
Secondary Education:
Educational Aid Trust Fund ...............
Interest of State School Trust Fund ........
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Trust Fund . .......................
Textbook Bid Trust Fund ..................
Food and Nutrition Services Trust Fund ....
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
tO Educational Certification and
Service Trust Fund ......................
Professional Practices Council
Trust Fund ..............................
Minimum Foundation Program-
County Capital Outlay and
Debt Service School Fund ................
Minimum Foundation Program-
County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Fund-Administrative .....
Principal State School Trust Fund ..........
Division of Vocational Education:
Educational Aid Trust Fund ...............
Manpower Development
Training Trust Fund .....................
Division of Community Colleges:
Educational Aid Trust Fund ...............
Junior College Conference
Trust Fund ......... ................
School District and Junior College
District Capital Outlay and
Debt Service ............................


172,440.71 2,999,765.70 .................
1,200,978.92 2,791,275.52 401.87


5,802.52


39,514.40 ................ ...............


3,137,777.60 46,119,799.39
2,286.96 2,357,736.85


28,523.34
2,907,215.61
37,269.34

137,877.19

6,007.95


8,790.00
53,000.00
47,679,774.57
48,849.00

462,695.80

4.00


................ 614,899,186.05

26,616.07 .................
60,620.60 8,360,890.22

395,430.60 17,762,435.51

50,599.42 2,560,632.00


10,517.99

6,483.85


131.25 3,470,941.83


85.50
431,983.59

338.00

120.622.00


21.05
643.77


139,509.72

70.84


49.31 2,938,844.55 233,312.55
374.97 3,380,701.23 611,580.11


3,325.00


41,991.92


41,935,570.95 3,851,195.46
2,318,467.00 41,556.81


7,225.11
48,749,113.51
420,774.04


30,067.18
53,000.00
1,837,318.40
97,327.89


240,517.13 220,884.14


123,549.05


1,453,402.78 613,245,783.27


685,316.50
5.85

139,586.63

332,022.00


2,133.80


3,014.06

200,000.00


532,399.14 177,399.63
8,121.636.24 299,880.43


446,754.91 17,792,191.13

12,937.34 2,914,871.82


5,857.09 ................. ................

2,500.00 ................. ............


58,506.70

15,444.26


16,375.08 ................


1,453.50


7,530.35


103,662.00 54,043,990.12 41,851.20


54,189,503.32 .................








Capital Outlay and Debt Service
Administrative Trust Fund ...............
Florida School for Deaf and Blind
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Knott Data Center:
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
Division of Universities:
General Office-Grants and
Donations Trust Fund ....................
Racing Scholarship Trust Fund ............
Westcott Trust Fund ......................
Principal of American
Legion Trust Fund .......................
University System Capital Improvement
Revolving Trust Fund ....................
Extension-Incidental Trust Fund .........
Student Financial Aid Fee Trust Fund .....
Board of Regents
Capital Improvements Fee Trust Fund ....
Agricultural College Trust Fund ..........
Seminary Trust Fund ....................
Interest of Seminary Trust Fund ..........
1971 Project Construction Trust Fund .....
1972 Project Construction Trust Fund .....
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund .................. ......
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund, Number Two ...............
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund Number Three ..............
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund Number Four ...............
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund Number Five ................
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund Number Six .................
Bond Amendment Construction
Trust Fund Number Seven ..............
Educational and General Activities-
Incidental Trust Fund ....................


7,504.30 .................

57,571.92 679,854.75 .........

200,013.45 726,813.56 .........


72,503.80
85,696.01
16,341.07
292.38

208,328.35
52,885.30
44,049.89

184,740.61
41,284.91
6,635.45
582.50
1,794,897.79
687,380.51

419,676.02

117,646.08

1,271,698.97

1,807,352.40

1,152,810.70

151,600.00



9,142,878.66


1,616.00


760,799.60 92,729.11
1,716,162.40 .47
17,136.32 .60
1,905.00 .................

6,684,302.21 726,516.92
815,190.98 34,282.16
193,252.92 .................

6,441,735.90 174,752.00
23,326.26 .................
................. 1,878.58
6,942.50 .................
9,198,143.92 142,585.00
8,177,808.21 91,230.41

................. 412,505.99

20,250.00 4.50

177,527.00 3,264,644.00

323,941.60 4,403,725.62

78,460.00 8,000,000.00

................. 2,500,000.00

.......I....... ... 1,500,000.00


45,681,088.12 10,610,888.65 13,241,820.00 46,071,438.43 6,121,597.00


107,384.55

3,898.19


265,202.19

19,845.23

1,904.88

28,260.30



15,500.00
.................
7,447.50
1,745.00
9,160.41


450.00

311.42


6,828.39


9,059.62

540,248.65

768,577.40


605,602.28
1,553,396.88
5,721.99


7,180,989.28
747,451.68
201,103.93

6,302,767.45
43,845.63
5,733.31
9,470,759.29
7,362,575.27

700,031.76

44,634.89

3,778,877.18

6,437,611.23

6,445,555.04

768,479.94


60.68

89,793.47

154,351.42


55,228.04
248,462.00
7,910.77
292.50

438,158.20
126,646.46
36,198.88

498,461.06
5,265.54
2,780.72
77.50
1,663,122.42
1,584,683.45

132,150.25

92,815.69

934,681.37

97,408.39

2,778,887.27

1,883,120.06

1,500,000.00










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


University of Florida:
Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...........
Professional Medical Liability-
Self Insurance Trust Fund ................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
Health Center Family Planning Trust Fund
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ..............................
Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station-Research
Contracts Revolving Trust Fund ..........
Medical and Health Center-
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .........
Medical and Health Center-
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund ...
Dormitories Revenue Certificates-
1948 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Rental Trust Fund ......................
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund ..
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Dormitories Revenue Certificates-
1954 Issue
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Dormitories Revenue Certificates-
1955 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Repairs and Replacements Trust Fund ...


909,529.15 8,287,256.67
........... 1,154,205.31


128,136.94
866,646.87
506,357.70
91,657.10


3,918,215.60 1,669,107.59 10,293,260.61 1,152,633.22
32,166.20 197,806.25 817,904.58 170,660.68


388,980.58 ............. ..
7,015,100.00 2,812.85
661,889.56 4,208,534.95
680,204.08 .................


2,801,771.42 19,485,175.37


496,393.40 4,928,192.52

483,910.59 2,787,054.80

3,978,513.78 14,478,466.73


204,757.97
43,132.26
101,285.31
17,141.01


4,096.61
13,677.75


192,955.54
687,417.46
941,429.59
22,353.45


7,429.17
2,208,642.94
646,508.25
28,846.33


459,025.39
5,222,572.06
4,180,752.39
667,200.35


50,662.96
453,344.72
549,521.57
75,814.50


73,229.73 7,200,829.18 13,404,077.56 1,755,269.78


27,601.92 2,289,291.56 2,718,708.89 444,187.39


336,579.40


744,758.50 2,130,945.22 731,841.07


173,732.37 8,363,831.39 4,078,015.80 6,188,865.69


201,000.00
158,923.88
613,650.21


814,675.51
501,027.52
5,385.83


6,122.22 38.50 2,010.38
60,370.60 .............. .. .............


9,285.69 55,110.56 ................. ...... .........
1,077.32 4,329.88 ................. 451.41


598,713.51 ................
............... 74,798.09
1,070,261.13 85,076.46
21,815.38 12,293.25


4,119.10 4,127.85
74,048.35 ................


43,388.55 21,007.70
178.00 4,777.79








Laboratory School Revenue Certificates
Reserve Maintenance Trust Fund ........
Interest and Sinking Fund ...............
Housing System Revenue Certificates-
1959 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Building Maintenance and Equipment
Reserve Trust Fund ....................
Dormitories Revenue Certificates-
1962 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Repairs and Replacements Trust Fund ...
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1964 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Housing Revenue Certificates-
1970 Issue .........................
1- Village Center South-
Construction Trust Fund .................
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences
Extension Service Incidental Trust Fund .
Extension Service Federal
Grants Trust Fund .....................
Experiment Station Incidental
Trust Fund ............................
Experiment Station Grants and
Donations Trust Fund ..................
Experiment Station Federal
Grants Trust Fund .....................
Agriculture College Trust Fund ............
Law Review Trust Fund ...................
Florida State University:
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Science Development Trust Fund ..........
National Science Foundation Research
Facility Grants Trust Fund ...............


3,712.95
5,108.54


4,670.76
32,247.32


4,000.00
24,000.00


56,648.36


399,726.34 2,986,984.61 563,683.86 1,446,924.86
18,419.08 1,147,389.75 ................. ..............


20,728.40


1,516.30
772.92


12,090.69
73,830.78

111,750.00


91,041.15


63,825.00


11,025.64


44,144.04 ................. ............
3,426.44 ................. 931.44


44,885.27
293,301.17


84,000.00 .................
91.80 132,402.26


139,269.08 ................. .................


169,225.57 ................. ................. .................


90,937.85


199,769.34 .................


213,927.62 1,454,059.64

570,653.21 1,446,020.55

824,817.04 5,710,466.13


55.58

117,550.43


5,333.08


2,275,708.80
1,165,808.83

154,061.23


39,331.54
1,205.42


12,383.71
4,707.50


227,761.15


10,507.68


6,328.80
2,062.50


140,975.96 ................
223,970.62 10,850.87


246,892.10

81,738.97


4,126.98

87,486.60


152,770.95 132,603.16


6,376.93 1,535,237.16 126,428.75

58,547.31 1,431,228.97 644,447.91


17,075.88 1,057,227.94 4,764,604.43 730,526.68


89,787.75 1,198,056.00 38.39 24,335.58
................ 16,726.67 ............... ..............
8,008.49 18,063.13 385.00 .................


562,426.31
738,685.75
308,510.53
104,613.02


148,644.87
4,969,777.40
4,917,682.31
.................


2,148,101.71
4,626,124.60
56,938,39
49.76


216,468.05
516,178.87
2,076.52
4.25


1,144,488.68
12,460.00
22,206.45

2,316,545.91
8,853,271.15
5,083,307.25
.... . .


119.057.88
4,266.67
4,250.17

326,158.93
965,137.73
197,747.46
104,658.53


5.40 ............................. .......... ... 5.40










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct ce Ripts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Continuing Education Program-
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ..........
Visual Education Trust Fund ..............
Bryan Hall Revenue Certificates-
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ..........
Senior Hall Revenue Certificates
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund ..
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Revenue Certificates-Series 1950-
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ..........
Infirmary Revenue Certificates of 1964-
Revenue Trust Fund .....................
to Revenue Certificates of 1950-
C0 Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Demonstration School
Revenue Certificates
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Repairs and Replacement ................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1954
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1956
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1957
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund ............................


122,159.04


376.01

18,135.00
11,624.16

26,263.67


466,567.02


4,008.23


10,925.23


29,061.80
15,538,045.67


6,210.00 .................


75,449.00 .................
10,367.75 3,748.00


161,674.51


142,829.88 1,209,204.52


167,001.00
45,242.07


5,357.63
26.77

1,665.44
2,628.55

793.93
506.34

306,108.32
6,443.76
5,732.89


886,266.98
69,207.88


59,557.47
6,214.72


533,849.57
(16,014,209.95)

8,153.65


60,000.00 .................
..'....... 13,692.19


195,000.00 .................


15,619.00

386.00
26,359.00


909,189.54


292.213.48


36,739.92
476,164.28

2,440.59

33,584.00
12,047.72

90,724.70


48,575.52 409,888.34


925,000.00 .................
4,314.81 63,789.31


........... 55,115.29
5,533.95


8,700.00 5,900.00 5,800.00 .................
12,330.82 5,800.00 ................. 14,133.75
266.12 ....... ........................... 75.64


7,000.00
1,719.13
10,024.86


................. 3,500.00
9,401.67 3,912.67


624,986.30 .................
6,886.62 39,442.30
46,241.51 68,000.00


699,999.89


1,567.91
3,147.33

10,706.14
97,509.26


128,653.98
72,704.83


9,799.81
707.54

8,800.00
5,662.51
2,819.03

3,500.00
945.15
12,872.87

231,094.73
42,066.54
22,465.14


49.87 ............... ....... .......... 49.87








Apartment Revenue Certificates of 1959
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund ..
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Apartment Revenue Certificates of 1961
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1963
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Apartment Revenue Certificates of 1963
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ..............................
Revenue Certificates of 1969
Construction Trust Fund ................
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Athletic Field House
Improvement Project Construction
Trust Fund ............... ........
Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University:
Auxiliary Trust Fund ..................
Continuing Education Program-
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ..........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1952
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund .. ...................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Repairs and Replacement Trust Fund ....
Apartment Revenue Certificates of 1963
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1964
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Hospital-Interest and Sinking
Trust Fund ..............................
Hospital-Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund ..............................


20,334.74 260,645.54 691.26
.... ... ..... .. .. .......... 7.00
22,654.74 47,503.16 56,826.88
4,260.92 5,440.36 21,289.00

7,284.59 37,390.66 53,495.74
12,799.08 175,544.11 .................
5,316.14 2,876.71 .................

148,024.08 474.578.85 .................

68,590.73 534,138.10 .................

1,158,122.28 9,140,648.15 132,038.41

61,814.32 1,516,574.35 2,309.41
56,400.00 ................. 86,062.50


514,523.88

14,184.26
303,508.94

23,546.46

89.34
47,262.20
24,524.52

6,253.43

292.33

13,786.83

57,395.97


829,792.41


1,326,730.06

5,945.00
3,988,962.75

230,661.55

445.00
1,925.00


51,983.19

241,373.07

22,671.86

122,769.49


213,371.20


. .. . .


157,858.53


305,099.79

153,516.29

1,611,708.86

88,371.91
.................


14,000.00 .................


219,278.37

1,129.35
58,674.42



228,543,59
2,300.00 .....


250.00

155.50

19,675.00

1,384.95


303,630.33

230.34
871,283.25

250,300.00

100.80



46,200.00

50,000.00

19,675.00

45,015.00


.. .............. 68,300.34
....... .... .... 7.00
85,406.18 41,578.60
7,799.18 23,191.10

74,185.00 23,985.99
................. 30,484.66
2,146.38 6,046.47

281,252.83 36,250.31

186,530.47 262,682.07

7,815,616.72 1,003,483.26

1,444,367.04 47,959.13
114,712.50 27,750.00


691,742.63 152,049.78


1,306,577.38 450,324.60

12,490.65 8,537.62
3,043,528.10 436,334.76

................. 3,908.01

206,025.18 22,951.95
35,085.40 16,401.80
..... ............ 24,524.52

5,875.30 6,411.32

144,636.11 47,184.79

374.00 36,084.69

132,892.28 3,643.13









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Housing Revenue Certificates of 1969
Construction Trust Fund ................
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Apartment Revenue Certificates of 1963
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1964
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Mobile Home Unit Trust Fund ............
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ..............................
Florida Technological University:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
t. Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
00 Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1967
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ..............................
University of South Florida:
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
Student Fee Building Trust Fund ..........
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund .........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1959
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund ..................... ..
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Building Maintenance Reserve Trust Fund .
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1960
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund ..
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........


410,000.00
6,013.33


90.00 (7,341.29) 402,658.71
6,250.00 ................. ............


. ............ 200.00 21,200.00 .................

. ......... .. ................ 30,000.00 .................
13,094.10 111,534.65 ................. .. ...............


82,102.98 .................

123,503.95 1,102,189.62
144,313.51 1,752,560.59
36,273.54 205,812.96


100,332.07


313,001.82


80,192.58

58,003.76
213,215.88
37.50

22,624.93


26.85


(7,341.29)
6,150.00

7,171.88

13,497.50
79,840.74


7,431.29
6,113.33

14,228.12

16,502.50
44,788.01


29,811.10 132,457.61


280,777.10 950,574.69 52,345.54
163,373.63 1,821,038.04 125,678.31
69.719.29 151,582.26 20,822.45


30,893.45


297,861.82 107,203.55


12,391.56 ..................... ........


81,422.72 20,198.38 1,196,693.85
571,136.75 3,910,071.45 1,468,053.73
26,140.35 891,857.91 .................


66,690.60 140,244.75
938,555.49 8,181,569.69


66,555.82
1,547.40
1,191.42


225,106.58
113,666.21
54,461.00


61.45
35,261.38


286,628.08 848,060.07
880,333.28 4,096,919.40
700,223.92 .................


18,957.94
4,521,564.67


61.54 184,751.60
47,150.00 .................


73,379.43 197,983.12 .................
3,241.80 226,412.00 59,130.00


12,391.56

163,626.80
972,009.25
217,774.34


85,574.56 102,464.30
3,550,616.60 1,083,205.29


49,959.96
71,160.23
28,474.50


57,012.38
91,203.38
27,177.92


144,927.23 47,526.32 78,909.00
(748.19) 167,980.73 121,551.26









Maintenance and Equipment
Reserve Trust Fund ....................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1961
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1962
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Dormitory, Dining and Auxiliary Revenue
Certificates of 1965
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ....................... ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1962
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund .........
Medical Center-Professional Medical
Liability Self-Insurance Trust Fund .......
Florida Atlantic University:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
t Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
eD Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund .........
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1964
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Construction Trust Fund ................
Revenue Certificates of 1966-A Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Revenue Certificates of 1966-B Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund .. .... ...............
Dade County Continuing Education Center
Incidental Trust Fund ...................
University of West Florida:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Program ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1966
Revenue Trust Fund ....................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates of 1972
Revenue ................................


189.34

91,775.17
4,563.10

130,897.32


122,818.14
1,712.78

39,756.84

2,446.10

29,630.91

267,353.72
215,915.70

169,864.56

21,704.11


51,471.01

10,798.41

56,200.34

.60

135,617.22
63,755.43

15,844.93

101,893.12


52,549.66 .................


307,910.97
377,776.02

376,425.37

431,782.19
61,731.25

16,046.31

97,795.01

271,650.00

3,621,527.05
1,112,584.88

547,999.23

221,480.89


275,248.65

249,908.30

20,244.90


1,301,956.14
611,311.15

43,604.26

281,919.16


2,235.94
94,475.00



10,326.00
131,025.00

143,395.23

86,000.00

11,480.00

534.57
521,929.57

5,058.12


58,921.12

125.28

161,436.72
41,513.12

1,000.00

20.20


3,780.00 ....


174,-09.92
(1,069.05)

274,111.36


341,632.83

6,424.79


11,480.00

438,371.59
187,157.84

61,760.93

85,838.10


125,966.46

115,091.36

462.10

.60

201,640.67
82,817.17

6,016.05

27,642.38


1,997.45

55,908.76
225,648.18

91,316.81

97,145.31
104,121.03

129,531.50

61,892.83

280,738.32

3,080,541.09
1,524,252.41

503,020.48
78,911.61
92.88

61,427.06

60,955.58

47,227.73


1,028,392.61
527,172.76

36,639.07

294,092.44


50,741.55

171,503.41
252,234.99

141,894.52


126,148.19
90,348.00

63,242.09

124,348.28

20,542.59

370,502.66
139,019.90

158,140.50

78,435.29
(92.88)

139,326.14

84,659.77

87,676.53

125.28

368,976.80
106,589.77

17,794.07

62,097.66

3,780.00









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ..............................
1972 Project Construction Trust Fund ......
Florida International University:
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
Improvement Project Construction
Trust Fund ..............................
University of North Florida:
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...........
Auxiliary Trust Fund ......................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
' DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
Office of the Secretary:
Administrative Trust Fund .................
Division of Budget:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Division of Planning:
State Planning Trust Fund .................
Governor's Council on Criminal Justice:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Council on Criminal
Justice Trust Fund .......................
Block Grant Matching .....................
Division of Personnel:
General Administrative
Operating Trust Fund ....................
State Personnel System Trust Fund ........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
State Employees Health
Insurance Trust Fund ....................
State Employees Saving
Bonds Trust Fund .......................


8,542.02


65,430.08
136,556.26
28,212.87

36,520.54

1,002.80
116,049.44
34,229.82


34,614.85


89,020.47

107,298.05

1,449,221.46
575,708.97

241.26
210,467.91
104,710.84

1,576,726.69

343,925.49


2,932.82
2,187,433.41

147,456.42
1,641,697.32
298,717.30

450,592.50

89,380.31
351,173.36
411,115.75


15,000.00

117,834.32

1,089,398.17 .......

20,323,213.10


2,253,096.28
419,974.42

992,106.57

29,115.88


16,322.97 ..
50,000.00 ..

(20.00)
57,626.84
119,726.17

(130.96)


104,047.48
1,206.58


313,189.95

31,337.00

348,344.00


96,099.93
1,175.50


(8,520.43)
3,629.38

17,721,901.82

989,295.69


8,932.96
178,683.07
(4,269.33)

(2,730.96)

17,223.27
22,800.92
24,488.61


127,370.08

623.83

253,830.02

759,513.15

4,238,556.44
105,103.00

241.26
536,222.97
126,880.48

1,725.11

101.25


11,855.43
2,024,069.67

115,413.70
1,405,230.53
275,045.04

486,582.66

50,802.87
464,244.10
323,622.40


129,932.96

45,564.37

117,285.73

329,060.49

15,715,702.88
(1,042,697.00)


1,315,639.07
331,141.31

18,094,520.54

1,066,457.02


15,942.38
213,363.74

88,519.84
251,966.82
175,880.63

3,130.38

22,356.97
84,225.26
98,441.14


90,501.76

148.80

184,083.04

108,122.58

1,914,275.17
1,514,478.47


603,181.72
70,292.85

2,194,489.43

295,778.79









Division of Retirement:
Florida Retirement System ................
Social Security Administration
Trust Fund ..............................
Social Security Contribution
Trust Fund ..............................
Teachers Retirement System
Survivors Benefit Trust Fund ..........
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Office of the Secretary:
Administrative Trust Fund .................
Commission on Human Relations-
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .........
Division of Economic Opportunity:
Economic Opportunity Trust Fund .........
Neighborhood Youth Corps
Project Trust Fund .......................
Division of Emergency Government:
Contributions Trust Fund .................
Disaster Relief U.S. Trust Fund ............
Personnel and Administration
Trust Fund .. ........ ......
Radiological Equipment
Facility Trust Fund ......................
Community Shelter Planning
Program Trust Fund .....................
Division of Veterans Affairs:
State Approval Agency Trust Fund .........
Division of Technical Assistance:
Urban Planning Assistance
Revolving Trust Fund ....................
Relocation Assistance Trust Fund ..........
Community Development Trust Fund ......
Factory Built Housing Trust Fund .......
Division of Training and
Professional Development:
Police Standards Council-
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .........
Division of Migrant Labor:
Administrative Trust Fund ................


12,536,615.36

18,826.02

3,902,092.76

346,159.69


17,308.13


358,143,834.39

2,484,552.24

437,785,083.59

2,215,097.55


559.44


70,183,468.17 5,215,246.02

............. ... 2,290,000.00

76,483,377.00 14,225.94

4,519,741.18 1,956.00


96,.

2,


298,500.19 896,718.55

40,574.53 1,028,019.68

850.53 4,129.39
................ 645,138.48

104,235.93 883,833.74

9,178.18 62,803.11

15,436.91 79,362.77

................ 106,540.23


318.38


6,379.46


jUu.0u ............. ....

60.50 98,200.19

358.65 100,743.03



50.00 26,573.09

...... 19,382.82

.. .... 19,074.84

...... 27,761.75


14,631.79 1,451,520.97 ................. 488,694.00
1,746.63 .............. ..............................
36,829.58 5,300.13 96.73 47.07
55,248.38 171,625.21 ................. 12,718.23



4,518.90 17,043.00 40,040.00 9,599.06

7,755.19 ................. ................. .................


417,083,109.99



501,878,650.48

6,759,116.24


58,322.76



588,311.81

935,401.07

2,341.55
622,662.57

919,959.59

37,837.36

47,081.73

50,048.93


18,565,561.91

213,378.26

16,277,676.93

319,926.18


49,483.73

2,500.00

508,767.24

32,808.76

2,638.37
22,475.91

41,586.99

14,761.11

28,643.11

28,729.55


866,598.30 110,860.46
..... ...... 1,746.63
41,963.89 215.48
37,410.69 176,744.67


43,822.38

7,755.19


8,180.46










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION
Office of Executive Director:
Administrative Trust Fund.................
Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering:
Operating Trust Fund .....................
Additional Harness and Dog
Track Trust Fund ........................
Florida Horse Racing
Promotion Trust Fund....................
Division of Florida Land Sales:
Operating Trust Fund .....................
Division of Beverages:
Cigarette Tax Collection
Trust Fund ............................
Beverage License Trust Fund ..............
Division of General Regulation:
Yacht and Ship Brokers
Trust Fund ..............................
Certified Shorthand Reporters
Trust Fund ..............................
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of Secretary and
Division of Administration:
Administrative Trust Fund .................
Special Employment Security
T rust Fund ..............................
Revolving Trust Fund .....................
Bicentennial Commission
Trust Fund ..............................
Workmen's Compensation Special
Disability Trust Fund ....................
Division of Labor:
Workmen's Compensation Administration
Trust Fund .................... ......


30,365.65

343,189.78

102,496.98

53,300.26

74,701.55


1,833.84

32,584,392.50

12,685,748.94
299,609.12

575,713.00


206,860.00 65,762.06

44.48 10,251,647.15

................. 3,836,739.90


71.75 183,929.46


3,275,267.23 174,240,057.79 5.91 174,119,567.03
294,850.90 11,121,779.02 ................. 5,560,861.51


12,933.42


1,599.90

987,902.19
20,377.68

229,821.68


48,587.50 .............. .

10,450.00 17,763.30


3,682,322.25

1,425.41
40,172.46

943,650.43

3,093,633.92


2,220,062.47

840,329.15
342,126.05

(1,000.00)

1,617,948.25


12,387.32


1,166,732.56

55,572.32
46,575.47

33,628.51

125,884.87


133,991.98

22,341,389.88

8,894,250.00

263,355.58

420,686.43


39,305.45

334,589.73

57,256.02

89,553.80

45,870.41


738,661.16 2,657,102.74
5,681,671.86 174,096.55


16,658.65

15,000.00


3,156,645.19

353,349.15
281,740.61

653,199.92

2,921,202.27


32,474.95

13,213.30


1,580,606.87

1,420,735.28
74,360.11

485,643.68

1,664,495.03


5,472,510.86 2,192,530.87 1,992,101.11 3,980,737.42 1,692,203.20








State Approval Agency for
Private School Trust Funds ...............
Self-Insurance Assessments
Trust Fund ..............................
Division of Employment Security:
Employment Security
Administration Trust Fund ...............
Workmen's Compensation
Administration Trust Fund ...............
Workmen's Compensation Special
Disability Trust Fund ....................
Self-Insurance Assessments
Trust Fund . ....... ...................
State Approval Agency for
Private Schools Trust Fund ...............
Unemployment Compensation
Benefit Trust Fund ......................
Unemployment Compensation
Clearing Trust Fund .....................
Manpower Development and
Training Trust Fund .................
Work Incentive Administration
Trust Fund ..............................
Work Incentive Benefits
Trust Fund ..............................
Crew Chief Registration
Trust Fund ..............................
Division of Commercial Development:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Office of Secretary and
Division of Administration:
Working Capital Trust Fund ............
Division of Road Operations:
Primary Trust Fund .......................
Secondary Trust Fund .....................
1966 Sunshine Skyway Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Alachua County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 81 .................
Bay County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund-Number 81 .................


201,255.60


3,660,762.72

836,874.54

1,151,246.74

9,063.06

24,905.59

2,979,353.07

490,708.22

406,420.68

383,920.99

67,182.72

2,342.75

3,404.09



30,937,906.74

1,795,355.24
180,784.04




2,535.09


28,609,747.08

1,339,156.54

763,972.57



54,165.85

61,982,944.53

70,684,390.68

3,482,615.06



430,125.00

22,150.00

33,000.00


11,973,105.88

394,571,859.35
141,003,957.12

449,054.40

3,701,845.18

7,145.36


73,586.69

9,063.06


89,551.75


278,409.15 8,653,019.14

................. 2,780,847.84

................. 1,655,082.43

................. 9,063.06

40,000.00 94,371.28

20,616.00 25,821.00

3,492.82 508,474.91

1,596.03 2,706.03

1,136.40 271,656.36

538.00 721.96


9,993.66 15,000.00


503,438,772.06

193,966,093.79
7,716,028.39

613.84

76,000.00

19,859.38


75,564,053.16

386,582,848.89
92,191,332.17

449,054.40

1,457.68

29,539.83


177,539.84


21,219,551.65

(604,891.76)

260,136.88



23,372.75

58,342,027.82

70,480,388.70

3,511,441.91

113,401.03

450,165.71

11,274.52

17,980.53



430,491,870.23

188,261,143.66
52,840,459.65


3,776,387.50


7,750.70

9,063.06


2,676,348.16

75.00


1,327.41

6,615,064.78

189,728.11

376,483.83



46,958.05

13,218.23

13,417.22



40,293,861.29

15,489,315.83
3,868,977.73

613.84









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974

Bradford County Secondary Fuel Tax
Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ............................. ................ ................. 4,358.48 4,358.48 ................. ...............
Brevard County 1968 Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 81 ......................... .. .. 745.47 ................. 34,357.19 35,101.66 ................. 1.00
Broward County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Num ber 1 ............................... ................ 8,627.15 ................. 7,743.07 ................. 884.08
Clay County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 21 .............................. ................ 13,902.69 .......... ....... 13,902.69 ............. ...............
Clay County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 82 .................. .. ........ ... ........ 1,880.17 ................. ............. .. ................. 1,880.17
Clay County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
N um ber 83 .............................. ................ 439,667.34 ................. 439,667.34 ................. ................
Collier County-Marco Island Bridge
Causeway-Project Construction
Trust Fund- Number 21 ................. 1,375.81 ................. ................. 166.16 ................. 1,209.65
Citrus County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund .............................. ................ 535,610.00 500,000.00 535,610.00 500,000.00 ................
Dade County East-West
Construction Trust Fund ................. ........... .... 1,576,080.19 ................. 1,576,080.19 ................. ................
Jacksonville Expressway Authority
System Improvements Project
Trust Fund ............................. ................ ................. 29,142.79 29,142.79 ................... ..........
Escambia County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 81 ........................................... ................ 148,033.00 397.26 147,580.74 55.00
Hillsborough County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
N um ber 81 .............. ............... ............ .. 7.27 ................. 7.27 ................. ................








Hillsborough County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ................. .......
Indian River County Secondary
Fuel Tax Anticipation
Certificates Trust Fund ...................
Lake County Project Construction
Trust Fund ..............................
Lee County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 82 .................
Levy County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 81 .................
Manatee County Toll Bridges
Construction Trust Fund .................
Marion County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Marion County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ...................... .......
Monroe County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 81 .................
Okaloosa County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 82 .................
Okeechobee County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 81 . .............. ............
Central Florida Expressway
Project Construction
Trust Fund ............................
Orange County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Osceola County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund-Number 82 .................
Palm Beach County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 1 ................ ....... ..
Pasco County 1965 Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 82 ............... ........
1973 Turnpike Improvement
Project Trust Fund .......................


3,293,412.10 3,100,000.00 3,293,412.10 3,100,000.00 ................


2,768.51




333.55












3,788.87


10,009,785.91



65.93

2.00


741.00

489.36

200,000.00



75.00

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


18,043.63 .................

96,664.96 43,425.09

4,821,474.68 104,000.00


157.50


117,141.56


489.36

745,990.41



65.93

2.00


9,463,795.50




.... . .


3,509.51




333.55

75.00


18,043.63 ................. ................

48,170.01 91,920.04 ................

2,245.68 4,923,229.00 ................


63,223.99


57,863.94 ................


39,800.00 3,412,468.39 ................. 3,452,268.39 ................. ................

13.93 ................. .......... .. .. ................. ................. 13.93

469.99 9,981.51 ................. 10,451.50 ................. ................


25,330.67 .................


1,937.78

47,337,996.84


25.00

800,000.00


25,330.67 ................ ...........


1,937.78 ................. 25.00

3,009,552.07 45,128,444.77 ................










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Pinellas County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Tampa-Hillsborough County
Expressway Authority-1971
Project Construction Trust Fund ..........
Polk-County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Putnam County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Putnam County 1972 Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
St. Lucie County 1967 Project
C. Construction Trust Fund-
Number 81 .......... .............. ...
Port St. Lucie Interchange Turnpike
Improvement Project Construction
Trust Fund ........................
Santa Rosa County Road Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Seminole County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 81 .................
Seminole County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 2 ...............
Seminole County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ........................
Sumter County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Sumter County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund-Number 82 .................
Suwannee County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 81 .........................
Union County Project Construction
Trust Fund-Number 81 .................


9,194.04 .................


9,194.04 .................


260,672.03 11,641,378.46 ............ ...................


44.90



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


322.33

1,619,189.19


49,212.41 .................


5,746,407.79

.. ... .....


64,608.10

576.10

124,000.00

1,922.26


369.60

50.00


................ 6,570.15 .................

534.93 ................ .................

................ 527,795.35 .................


................ 1,750,551.46 36,000.00

.............. ........... ...... 980.00


11,091,277.86 810,772.63


44.90 .................

322.33 .................

1,619,189.19 .................


49,212.41 ................. ................


64,608.10 .................

126.10 .................

5,870,038.19 .................

1,901.96 .................






527,795.35 .................


450.00



70.30


6,570.15

534.93


.......... ....... 1,786,551.46 ................

................. ............ .. .. 980.00


. .. ..

. .. .... ..


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

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

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









Volusia County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund ..............................
Wakulla County Secondary Fuel Tax
Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ............... .........
Walton County Project
Construction Trust Fund .................
Duval County Rights-of-Way
Acquisition Trust Fund ................
Jackson County Rights-of-Way
Acquisition Trust Fund ................
Dade County 1970 Expressway
Project Construction Trust Fund ..........
Escambia County 1970 Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 82 ............... .........
Palm Beach County Project
Construction Trust Fund-
Number 82 ............ ........ .... ....
Charlotte County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ..............................
Palm Beach County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ..............................
Burns Data Center:
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
Centralized Mobile Equipment and
Warehouse Operations:
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
DEPARTMENT OF POLLUTION
CONTROL
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Health Trust Fund ........................
Pollution Recovery Trust Fund ............
Project Construction Trust Fund ...........
Sewage Treatment Loan Trust Fund .......
DEPARTMENT OF CITRUS
Citrus Advertising Trust Fund-
Operating .. .......................


21.39 .................

.66 .................


95.50


















255,013.33





684,725.58
15.77
25,403.01

8,338,386.00


2,720,882.10


200.00

125.60

25,681,837.39


641,870.37


2,598,467.51


1,770,191.86



1,057,060.89


407,628.70


1,720,489.96
45,300.95
98,746,937.27



34,325,376.06


20.79 .................


.60


................. ................ ................ .66

................. ................. ................. 95.50

902,499.23 902,699.23 ............. ..............

472,622.96 472,748.56 ............. ..............

20,287,000.00 25,841,835.26 19,978,002.13 149,000.00


1,202,501.35 1,823,556.05 20,815.67 ................


................. 2,202,938.66 395,528.85 ................


650,723.00 1,770,191.86 650,723.00 ................


2,150,000.00 ................. 2,150,000.00 ................

1,850,000.00 270,374.74 2,784,294.16 107,405.32


19,265,485.37 1,023,044.25 17,404,272.67 1,245,797.15


132.01 256,364.20 1,550,370.32 598,613.03
................. 15.77 ................. ...........
.................200.00 70,503.96
2,124,400.00 13,278,420.41 86,740,195.14 852,721.72
98,278,420.41 ................. 14,028,882.75 92,587,923.66


1,719.71 1,705,170.01 32,314,358.58 3,028,449.28









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL
AND OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
Office of the Secretary and
Bureau of Records:
Administration Trust Fund ................
Bureau of Investigative Services ...........
Office of the Secretary and
Division of General Services:
Administrative Trust Fund ................
Division of Professions:
Board of Accountancy-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Architecture-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Podiatry Examiners-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Chiropractic Examiners-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Denistry-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Engineering Examiners-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Funeral Directors and
Embalmers-Operating Trust Fund .......
Board of Registration for Foresters-
Operating Trust Fund ...................
Board of Medical Examiners-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Medical Examiners-
Physical Therapy Trust Fund ............
Board of Nursing-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Examiners of Nursing Home
Administrators .......................


2,402.77 ................. .............
55.10 ............ .................


........ ......... 44,528.00


121,255.73

124,561.52

15,613.35

37,698.77

79,254.52

112,214.79

54,390.01

2,525.95

314,160.26


323,630.35

171,764.63


461.37

340.70


16,055.00 ................

40,258.00 ...............

258,635.94 ........... .....


241,520.00


34.50


142,685.73 .................

2,111.00 ...............


402,536.32


11.95


2,402.77 .............................
55.10 ............ .. ..............


2,048.66


45,682.16

29,995.63

15,722.51

9,258.79

39,072.67

46,861.36

30,372.52

277.37

99,213.54


32,509.02


9,970.32


231,088.49 168,576.80

116,633.70 150,037.52


8,613.19

36,522.26


7,332.65

32.175.72


190,790.00 108,027.79

162,601.27 144,306.66


145,795.37

1,283.74


20,907.85

3,075.84


240,925.05 376,569.94


37,765.53 .................................. .. .................


205,969.31


541,768.98


38.10


136,293.62


37,765.53


463,184.80 148,297.97


18,105.76 45,650.00 38.50


24,332.37 22,087.76 17,374.13










Board of Optometry-Operating
Trust Fund ...........................
Board ofOsteopathic Examiners-
Operating Trust Fund ...................
Board of Pharmacy-Operating
Trust Fund ...... ......................
Board of Veterinary Medicine-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Examiners of Psychology-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Landscape Architects-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Barbers Sanitary Commission-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Board of Cosmetology-Operating
Trust Fund .... .......................
Board of Massage-Operating
Trust Fund .................. .........
Board of Naturopathic Examiners-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
S Board of Dispensing Opticians-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Florida Real Estate Commission-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Sanitarians Registration Board-
Operating Trust Fund ....................
Construction Industry-Licensing Board-
Operating Trust Fund ...................
Watchmakers Commission-Operating
Trust Fund .................. ......
Electrical Contractors Licensing
Board-Operating Trust Fund ............
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Office of Secretary and Division
of Administrative Services:
Administrative Trust Fund .................
Bureau of Community Medical
Facilities-Hospital Grants-
U.S. Trust Fund .........................
Model State Project Trust Fund ............


31,599.02

77,134.64

84,702.92

56,685.98

5,555.79

16,590.06

33,811.39

637,321.17

10,017.70

2,151.57

36,313.73

482,443.66

1,066.34

889,443.62

29,156.94

31,505.12



142,095.39


(95.00)
91,448.89


70,175.00

76,780.00

299,962.06

38,337.50

11,897.00

16,485.00

94,395.67

525,273.96

19,705.83

1,995.00

26,103.58

1,296,254.23

6,160.00

1,241,694.60

16,060.09

37,052.20



20,537.96


62.07


267.16

63.62


790.58


131.60


966,292.29


9,975.94

11,503.01

70,917.91

5,330.92

5,435.11

16,189.83

32,921.49

106,022.70

1,916.86

196.33

3,774.85

333,922.06

1,924.14

805,219.87

3,500.00

11,891.64



537,259.53


24,836.38 77,494.75


42,099.68

46,171.23

178,965.05

17,675.88

4,787.40

12,501.68

88,540.19

356,035.18

21,373.39

727.67

26,525.58

1,072,732.97

1,767.66

489,592.25

11,679.92

30,695.19



497,853.12


49,698.40

96,240.40

134,782.02

72,016.68

7,292.35

4,383.55

7,012.54

700,600.87

6,433.28

3,222.57

32,116.88

372,833.44

3,534.54

836,457.70

30,037.11

25,970.49



93,812.99


(95.00) ................
38,790.52 ................








ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Jacksonville Data Center-
Working Capital Trust Fund .............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Drug Abuse Trust Fund ..................
Comprehensive Services Delivery
System Trust Fund ......................
Social Security Act Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund........................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..................
Investment Trust Fund ...................
Division of Planning and
Evaluation:
Planning and Evaluation
a Trust Fund ................... ........
Comprehensive Health Planning
Trust Fund .................. ...........
Grants and Donations Trust .................
Hospital Grants Trust Fund ...............
Federal Aid Trust Fund ...................
Division of Children's
Medical Services:
Donations Trust Fund ....................
U.S. Trust Fund .........................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..................
Division of Corrections:
Administrative-Industrial
Trust Fund ..........................
Prison Camp Revolving
Trust Fund ............................
Airport Operations Trust Fund ............
Land Acquisition Trust Fund .............
Work Release Trust Fund .................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..................


94,364.68
90,864.94
23,566.22

150,016.25

17,559,588.50
288,672.57
976,134.90



113,602.47


47,717.42
213,382.11
122,826.88


749,854.18
139,492.92
398,389.00

203,439.26


3,622,472.82
509,218.15
74,118.34

445,357.19


805,306.93 3,402,330.71
129,307.54 493,317.20
19,822.22 352,931.32


90,998.36


28.93 23,151,480.02 30,583,219.23
................. 346,240.72 265,354.94
28,156,653.94 4,502,090.62 27,525,770.48


283,431.72


451,466.17


... ........... 242.17
24,215.44 412,309.75
3.301.525.36 ...............


.... ............. 491,336.66
................ 1,041,505.00



512,784.01 7,079,495.48


460,285.70
5,177.09
13,700.00
107,604.13
161,313.03


290,251.16

242.17
110,196.93
108,755.86
117,253.75


935,762.58 .................
253,423.48 ................
178,959.00 ...............


617,555.52

781,267.02
337,588.82
6,109,108.98



474,069.29


259,054.04
116,951.27
123,320.02

90,258.82

9,346,611.20
31,969.53



84,179.91


330,983.65 43,062.03
2,765,118.58 641,033.03
5,573.13 ................


502,318.31 924,780.93
1,175,939.01 118,989.47
12,817.34 166,141.66


845,355.64 1,025,653.60 7,086,488.66 325,492.87


42,082.49 3,000,091.69 711,899.35
2,370.00 ................. .............


2,353,445.85
910.19


104,932.55 ................. ................. 74,518.03
40,000.00 ................. 28.63 89,890.13


437,114.68
6,636.90
13,700.00
138,018.65
111,394.27









Division of Adult Corrections:
Donations Trust Fund-
General Office ........................... 2,312,239.40
Division of Youth Services:
General Office-Grants and
Donations Trust Fund .................... 13,522.84
Arthur C. Dozier School
for Boys at Marianna
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........ 21,718.26
Cattle and Swine Trust Fund ............ 8,857.32
Florida School for Boys at
Okeechobee-Grants and
Donations Trust Fund .................... 16,900.42
Alyce D. McPherson School
for Girls at Ocala and Forest Hills
Land Sales Trust Fund .................. 4.73
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........ 4,520.45
Howell E. Lancaster Youth
Development Center
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........ 8,955.92
Aftercare Program-Grants
and Donations Trust Fund ................ 79,277.13
Halfway House Program-Grants
and Donations Trust Fund ................ 170,046.87
Federal Trust Fund ....................... 328,431.43
Detention Services Trust Fund ............ 163,458.99
Division of Mental Health:
Administrative-Operation and
Maintenance Trust Fund ................. 689,943.84
Federal Aid Trust Fund ................... 1,553,460.12
Administrative-Grants and
Donations Trust Fund ....................... 381,340.62
Division of Retardation:
Federal Aid Trust Fund ................... 965,491.37
Administrative-Grants and
Donations Trust Fund ......................... 413,453.14
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation:
Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund ......... 2,628,180.43
Disability Determination Vocational
Rehabilitation-U.S. Trust Fund .......... 313,999.18
Workshop and Rehabilitation
Trust Fund .......................... ... 128,321.31


180,833.99 4,225,404.03


171,840.36


388,373.70


86,701.00 38,540.00
................. .. ..........


80,400.00


46,864.00


144,062.51 3,511,520.39 3,062,894.52


133,769.91


373,783.13


13,288.96 82,801.79 50,868.51
8,857.32 ................. .............


3,394.43


107,824.12


71,500.00 21,233.79 6,729.48 66,276.24


39,600.00

28,073.78

93,054.86
27,690.99
492,296.36


719,772.84

1,558,753.31

170,598.94

2,861,973.32

23,606,948.65

5,700,473.21

600,414.54


19,041.13

724,358.00

522,056.85
450,046.09
10,000.00


5,154,021.39
1,210,331.85

264,505.98

1,328,637.18

57,842.63

425,211.07

510.01

71,025.25


6,358.27

5,391.63

7,915.94
774.87



1,910,102.65
146.44

330,953.15

19,731.26
311,602.04

4,468,473.39

1,136,016.43

111,960.00


55,301.75

782,247.16

643,941.23
570,836.79
662,249.23


4,195,688.03
2,747,886.43

1,434,104.45

1,807,951.92
1,981,246.18

19,505,149.55

4,561,553.88

624,031.68


32,945.87


4.73
24,248.52


5,937.03

44,070.12

133,301.41
234,556.85
3,506.12


457,947.39
15,759.10

439,542.31

637,044.31

1,040,420.87

2,686,717.21

317,412.09

63,769.42


66,183.86










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Bureau of Blind Services
U.S. Trust Fund .........................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .........
Training and Operating Trust Fund ........
Workshop and Rehabilitation
Facilities Trust Fund.....................
Bureau of Crippled Children-
Donations Trust Fund ....................
U.S. Trust Fund ..........................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ...................
Division of Family Services:
Administrative Trust Fund................
kt Direct Assistance Trust Fund ..............
to Medical Care Trust Fund .................
Services Trust Fund......................
Special Grants Trust Fund .................
Office Building Construction
Trust Fund .............................
Division of Health:
Indian Medical Services Trust Fund .......
Hearing Aids and Devices Trust Fund .....
Federal Grants-in-Aid Trust Fund ..........
County Health Units Trust Fund ...........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Bureau of Tuberculosis Control
Hospital Maintenance Trust Fund ........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........
Pest Control-Operating Trust Fund .......
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..................
Emergency Medical Services
Trust Fund ............... ........
Division of Aging:
Federal Grants Trust Fund ...............


101,082.56
53,858.81
63,138.29


532,653.50
61,645.10
149,179.40


1,296.23
50.83
103.45


54,370.71
21,180.80
298.00


467,062.31
57,111.07
148,149.40


5,927.98 ................................. ............. .................


1,098,378.75
118,685.34
79,700.00

6,096,917.60
2,802,926.63
12,270,463.63

506,440.77


219,887.65 .................
365,425.00 479.76
................. 38,868.00


20,333,617.03
117,939,007.65
69,106,766.96
3,039,395.46
16,305,526.52


53,118,151.41
42,956,064.98
48,439,499.99
12,823,380.39
1,319.87


1,435,762.58
253,423.48
33,841.02

22,053,044.93
526,918.12
4,707,915.01
2,068.88
1,573,402.63


58,803.12 ................ ....................


14,612.71
139,681.11
2,877,344.47
1,633,229.19


29,303.35
4,361,200.00
17,655,846.82
14,434,681.79


5,516.75
.................
1,603.42
21,130,633.07
142,203.98


556,120.48 1,357,135.22 1,702,776.67
7,869.23 .............. ........... .... ..
81,899.11 52,965.00 6.00
93,417.42 ................ 54,322.00


17,708.78
1,927,029.91
12,961,123.73
3,172,523.38

153,605.74
69.69
17,780.94
.................


(117,531.18)
230,995.37
37,704.56

49,596,884.71
160,139,228.87
110,968,713.17
13,845,629.87
14,214,459.10


113,599.27
37,262.87
63,973.74

5,927.98

35.00
171.25
47,022.42

7,898,756.40
3,031,852.27
14,140,102.40
2,015,077.10
1,025,425.43


58,803.12 ................


21,462.81
2,183,230.91
25,772,755.64
11,664,488.03

2,708,411.11
7,356.72
29,035.07
92,867.63


56,552.90 ............... ................. ................


5,516.75
4,744.47
392,223.71
2,929,944.99
1,373,103.55

754,015.52
442.82
88,054.10
54,871.79

56,552.90


552,525.33 5,395,619.74 838,723.31


5,605,966.50 1,180,901.88









PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Auto Transportation Road
Tax Clearing Trust Fund ..................
Regulatory Trust Fund ....................
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
Camp Blanding Management
Trust Fund ................. .... ....
Armory Board Trust Fund ................
FLORIDA ENERGY COMMITTEE
Trust Fund .........................
DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
Division of Staff Services:
Law Enforcement Data Center
Working Capital Trust Fund ..............
Revolving Trust Fund .....................
Division of Operations:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Division of Intelligence and Information:
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Division of Electronic Data Processing:
Mayo Data Center-Working
Capital Trust Fund......................
Larson Data Center-Working
Capital Trust Fund....................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Division of Building Construction
and Maintenance:
Supervision Trust Fund ...................
Architects Incidental Trust Fund ..........
Bureau of Maintenance-
Building Trust Fund ....................
Legislative Building-Construction
Trust Fund .............................
J. Edwin Larson Building-
Construction Trust Fund ................
Pinellas County State Office Building-
Construction Trust Fund .................
Division of Motor Pool:
Bureau of Aircraft-Trust Fund ............
Motor Vehicle Operating Trust Fund .......


38,019.72 2,948,343.83 ................
2,266,403.24 4,478,322.49 287,131.37


13,326.38 308,476.12
292.64 .................


27.00
25.00


135,000.00 .................


2,868,484.24 17,742.00 100,137.31
1,057,249.31 3,553,963.81 2,420,643.98


51,815.08


19,695.33


527,427.40 2,638,000.00 ................. 186,781.26
60,000.00 ................. ................ ..........


3,656.44

90,638.05


120,000.00

159,231.80


42,228.65 .................


261,280.00

482,717.78


54,858.15

132,067.34


5.00 .................


3,250.73 ................. ... ............ ... ........
11,570.17 333.78 28,365.00 2,628.20


376,727.72 2,664,387.85
154,309.27 256,998.03

10,000.00 .................


414,647.28

4,853.34


192,068.95
2,082.27


200,280.43


77,363.56


69,733.99
317.64

37,941.11


2,283,169.29 695,476.85
60,000.00 ................

165,448.26 164,630.03

379,262.17 221,258.12


42,228.65


5.00


3,250.73 ................
26,160.92 11,479.83


244,731.53 2,673,487.10 314,965.89
73,347.37 213,189.50 126,852.70


2.17 ................. ...........


515,000.00 .................


382.21


36,783.91 ................... .......


866,071.36

16,191.23


11,728.96 ................... ......................................


23,704.12 147,722.06 .................
69,742.31 542,978.58 9,102.34


10,002.17

63,193.71

25,446.02

11,728.96


9,091.81 152,312.91 10,021.46
81,166.01 449,442.97 91,214.25










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Division of Federal Surplus Property:
Revolving Trust Fund .....................
Surplus Property Operating
Trust Fund ................ .... ...
Division of Bond Finance:
Revenue Bond Fee Revolving
Trust Fund ..............................
Revenue Bond Proceeds Trust Fund .......
Division of Communications:
Communications Survey Trust Fund .......
Working Capital Trust Fund ...............
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Office of Executive Director
S and Division of Administration:
Administrative Trust Fund .................
Division of Administration:
Revenue Sharing Trust Fund
for Counties .................. ..........
Revenue Sharing Trust Fund
for M municipalities .......................
Division of Miscellaneous Tax:
Agricultural and Commercial Fishermen
Gasoline Tax Refunds Trust Fund ........
Retail Dealers 2% Gasoline
Tax Refunds Trust Fund .................
Gasoline Tax Clearing Trust Fund .........
Special Motor Vehicle Fuel
Tax Clearing Trust Fund ................
Gross Receipts Tax-
Express Companies ....................
City Transit Systems Gas and
Special Fuel Tax Refunds Trust Fund .....
Municipalities Gasoline and
Special Fuel Tax Trust Fund .............


135,397.26

5,391.79


556,845.37

21,089.32


1,597.56

141,641.00


230,116.61 65.95 154,777.24
954,985.00 5,270,899.16 ................


376,351.97


75,000.00
3,498,578.61


78,662.00
300,000.00


56,878.55 ................. 389,006.00


15,368,537.23 ................. 73,434,535.76

21,329,458.37 ................. 157,318,954.32


6,102.44 .................

805,014.71 .................
7,272,134.77 331,531,884.17


208,391.64

1,965,617.55
99,022.39


580,965.14 26,052,564.50 ................

. ......... 7,349.20 .................


8,466.83 .................


295,512.00


167,591.86

9,085.24


32,309.69
5,482,835.00


449,827.36


76,420.97


36,157.19 122,879.68


338,775.59 13,874.52
3,750.00 739,299.16


12,908.76 43,660.97 97,092.27
39,211.34 3,564,393.82 571,325.42


40,712.25


347,872.16


57,300.14


11,703,000.00 67,894,060.94 9,206,012.05


6,313,176.14 157,794,241.21


2,124.08

38,353.39
248,474,230.46


203,710.48


14,540,995.34


8,659.52


2,167,570.28 564,708.59
83,384,001.02 7,044,809.85


19,444,534.82 6,599,490.44 589,504.38


3,674.60

26.00


3,674.60 ................


288,646.88


15,305.95


1,747.20 ................. 1,550,197.85 .................


1,540,479.10 11,465.95









Gasoline Tax Administrative
Trust Fund ............... ..........
Land Acquisition Clearing
Trust Fund ...... ....................
Oil and Gas Tax Trust Fund ...............
2% Premium Tax Clearing
Trust Fund ................ ..........
Additional Gasoline Tax Pour
Over Trust Fund .........................
Special Fuel Security Deposit
Trust Fund ...................... ......
Documentary Stamp Tax Sur Tax
Trust Fund ...........................
Municipal Financial Assistance
Trust Fund .................... ..........
Severance Tax Solid Mineral
Trust Fund ............................
Land Reclamation Trust Fund .............
Division of Ad Valorem Tax:
Administrative Trust Fund ................
Property Assessment Loan Trust Fund .....
Division of Corporate Estate and
Intangible Tax:
Intangible Tax Trust Fund .................
Division of Sales and Use Tax:
Sales Tax Security Deposits
Trust Fund ...........................
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Office of Executive Director and
Division of Administrative Services:
Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund...........
Division of Environmental Research
and Protection:
Acquatic Plant Control Trust Fund .........
Coastal Coordinating Council
Trust Fund ............... ..............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Division of Marine Resources:
Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund...........
Salt Water Products Promotion
Trust Fund ............... ..........


457,847.78

1,131,718.82
113,022.54

250,578.43

3,986,397.81

98,713.75

8,728.87

2,919,002.53

5,282.45
1,273,663.23

107,055.38



13,384,710.23


1,288,889.25


13,994,685.40
12,176,730.03

45,776,401.88



28,309.00




3,489,079.59
S .. .. .. .. .. .


94,450,578.15


560,882.50


548,890.96 4,482,046.24


1,500,118.88

3,652.77
757.51

253,734.20

202,744.99


569,848.64

5,023.64


268,160.64

137,822.07


213,520.23

14,312,378.48
9,336,355.93

43,105,837.63


44,426,034.42



110,188.77

19,571,059.06


1,726,530.44

1,695,603.00
3,000,000.00


3,967.00

42,677.58

3,457,027.88


359,031.77
.................


40,067.78 101,770,981.33


2,682.18


896.61


208,628.32

12,480.10
1,939,740.08

2,231,827.32

44,553,135.95

12,180.00

99,477.51

19,194,904.66

32,051.70
1,328,925.09

772,947.54
70,571.25


35,699.23

801,545.64
1,013,656,56

689,315.36

3,859,296.28

114,842.75

15,473.13

3,252,479.35

5,282.46
1,671,268.58

670,679.07
2,929,428.75


2,724,023.34 3,380,351.49


607,410.54 1,244,146.78


1,322.59 1,035,642.07 3,450,723.45 545,894.27


2,927,403.55




411,432.04

127,710.04


919,411.99 2,822,597.31 1,255,361.77

................. ...... 8,676.41
........... .. ....... 757.51

60,042.61 630,615.84 242,668.43

77,701.19 216,159.40 174,416.51









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Marine Biological Research
Trust Fund ...........................
Beaches and Shores Operating
Trust Fund ......... ...................
Erosion Control Research
Trust Fund ...........................
Coastal Protection Trust Fund ............
Division of Interior Resources:
U.S. Cooperative Trust Fund ..............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Licensing and Permitting
Trust Fund .................... ......
Division of Game and Fresh Water Fish:
State Game Trust Fund ....................
Building Trust Fund .....................
Fish Management Trust Fund ............
Farris Bryant Building-
Construction Trust Fund ................
Supervision Trust Fund .................
Division of Recreation and Parks:
Land Acquisition Trust Fund .............
State Park Trust Fund .....................
Park Development County
Matching Trust Fund ...................
Environmentally Endangered Lands
Trust Fund ........................
Outdoor Recreation Land
Acquisition Trust Fund ................
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND
Operating Trust Fund ...................
U.S. Geological Survey Cooperative
Trust Fund ...........................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........


153,908.10

3,014.27


38,288.87

11,763.75
99,488.15

400.00

224,151.99
2,341.07
26,141.63
5,668.71
279.45

6,362,139.74
1,549,817.12

80,034.09





256,306.46

10,850.00
26,693.16


329,751.47 93.09 12,848.83

500.00 41.94 ................

272,947.27 ................. .................
100,143.92 18.75 ................

38,200.00 ................. .................
74,373.25 1.00 16,684.93

75,175.00 ................. 9,769.01

5,952,291.99 1,784,018.88 1,802,886.07

705,315.81 10.00 726,300.00
................. ................. .................
156,021.12 ................. 155,464.00

7,571,548.48 14,204,503.48 3,719,207.01
2,714,645.35 3,723,911.50 1,330,346.74


60,051,098.93 1,000,000.00 .................

56,993,625.33 800,000.00 ................


1,788,488.56 50.00 70.00

1,450.00 ................. ............
70,796.67 ................. ......... ......


331,901.85 139,001.98

100.00 3,456.21

272,947.27 ..............
920.00 137,531.54

7,000.00 42,963.75
86,960.61 70,216.86

21,845.88 43,960.11

5,889,422.04 268,154.75
................ 2,341.07
... .............. 5,167.44

................. 5,668.71
................. 836.57

21,535,738.41 2,883,246.28
5,135,694.33 1,522,332.90

................. 80,034.09

61,051,098.93 ................

57,793,625.33 ................


1,692,640.42 352,134.60

12,300.00 ................
74,466.50 23,023.33









DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND
MOTOR VEHICLES
Office of Executive Director and Division
of Administrative Services:
Kirkman Data Center-Working
Capital Trust Fund ......................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Revolving Trust Fund ....................
Division of Florida Highway Patrol:
Accident Reports Trust Fund ..............
Reimbursement Trust Fund ...............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Division of Drivers Licenses:
Accident Reports Trust Fund ..............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
Division of Motor Vehicles:
License Tax Collection Trust Fund ........
Revalidation License Trust Fund ..........
PROBATION AND PAROLE COMMISSION
Security Deposit Trust Fund ..............
S County Administrative Trust Fund .........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..........
NON-DEPARTMENT ENTITIES
REPLACEMENT TRUST FUNDS
Division of Building Construction
and Maintenance ........................
Department of Agriculture ................
Division of Highway Patrol ................
Division of Mental Health-
Florida State Hospital ..................
Division of Mental Health-
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital .......
Division of Mental Health-
Northeast Florida State Hospital ..........
Division of Mental Retardation-
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville ...
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission ...
University of Florida-Institute of
Food and Agricultural Services-
Experiment Station .....................
Department of Commerce .................


575,243.56
818.17
55,787.71

85,800.00
334,096.13
61,798.03

773,739.66
3,643.22


2,501,690.94
3,876.21


941,580.56
450,660.00
170,661.57


3,272,039.84 60.60
132,970.95 595,860.00


2,876,818.68


838,601.76 10,568,564.14
70,487.45 2,809,299.80


42,467.20
8,812.84
157,390.67


532,207.21
86,551.94
65,591.22


3,010,698.21
360,449.50
35,957.02


475,609.64
8,352.94
124,901.04


85,800.00 ............... .......... ...
821,955.38 2,529,546.43 254,694.76
104,651.49 562,373.51 123,603.98


88,436.04 1,904,201.88
44,776.00 15,764.13


631,516.49 1,203,276.01
32,655.09 ................


289,907.84 244.75 11,001,938.32 694,890.67
.......... 1,584,100.20 400,639.00 895,048.05


S189,912.13 674,530.21 271,193.82


............i .. .................
67.14 .................
30,276.17 9,907.98

197.99 .................


1,351.00
14,156.05
(9,257.38)


10,840.15
8,812.84
592,054.12


31,627.05

158,585.07


................. ........... .1,351.00
................. 14,156.05 67.14
16,063.45 14,863.32 ................


13,974.77 ................ .............

1,007.04 .............................


171,037.00 .................. .........................

22,773.20 ................. .............. ................
99.85 ................. ............... .. ...............


........ ...... ................ 1,636.72 .................
375,00 ................. 950.07 .................


14,172.76

1,007.04


4,357.00 166,680.00

22,773.20 ................
......... 99.85


836.72 800.00
950.07 375.00









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974


NAME OF FUND

Division of Family Services ...............
University of Florida ..................
Florida State University ...................
Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University ...................
University of South Florida ...............
Division of Corrections-
Florida State Prison ......................
Division of Corrections-
Sumter Correctional Institution ...........
Division of Corrections-
Apalachee Correctional Institution ........
Division of Health-State
0O Board of Health .........................
State Civil Defense Agency ................
Department of Agricultural and
Consumer Services-Division of Forestry
Division of Corrections-Glades
Correctional Institution...................
Stephen Foster Memorial Commission .....
Division of Recreation and Parks ...........
State Racing Commission-Division
of Pari-Mutuel Wagering .................
Department of Transportation ..............
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation .......
Historic St. Augustine Preservation .........
Division of Youth Services-Arthur G.
Dozier School for Boys at Marianna .......
Division of Corrections-Correctional
Institution at Lowell ............... ..
Division of Health-Bureau
of Tuberculosis Control ..................
Department of Military Affairs ............


r


Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974


Balance Direct
July 1, 1973 Receipts

11.00 .................
10,563.86 17,992.99
28,234.89 ...............

50,181.66 ................
6,369.56 .................

3.80 .................



1,762.56 .................

357.25 .................
2.00 ................

.31 ................

2,024.79 .................
.67 .................
27.78 .................

100.00 .................
214.98 .................
1,186.64 .................
157.63 .................



.22 ................

31.72 .................
28.60 .................


13,160.20 ................


324.84


4,383.33
1,489.64
54,136.34

5,937.10
923.86

68,967.88

4,198.67











2,168.40
2,400.00


........... 4,394.33


90.61
20,321.00


3,231.15













27.78


36,716.32
1,749.12

4,053.11

4,198.67 .......

675.05

357.25 .......








2,400.00


3,356.74


29,631.04
62,050.23

19,402.44
2,313.15

64,918.57



1,087.51


2.00

.31

2,024.79
.67


2,268.40
214.98
1,186.64
157.63

9,803.46

.22

31.72
28.60









Division of Retardation-Sunland
Hospital in Tallahassee..................
Florida Technological University ..........
Department of Natural Resources-
Division of Marine Resources ............
Department of Natural Resources-
Division of Recreation and Parks ..........
Division of Corections-DeSoto
Correctional Institution .................
University of West Florida .................
Division of Youth Services-Howell E.
Lancaster Youth Development Center .....
Division of Corrections-Community
Correctional Centers ...................
Division of Corrections-Union
Correctional Institution ..................
Judicial Department-Supreme Court ......
Division of Mental Health-
South Florida State Hospital ..............
Cancellations and Restorations Trust Fund
S Cash Refund Clearing Account.............
Insurance Clearing Trust Fund ............
Collector of Internal Revenue
Clearing Trust Fund .....................
Current Cancellations Clearing
Trust Fund .................. .........


2,585.58 ....


183.29 ................


.... ....... 61.00 .................

...... .... ........ ..... 339.20

11,560.72 ................. 15,198.99
1,777.00 .................... .........

6,163.88 ................. ...........

......... ...... .. ...... .. 1,767.50

................ ........ .. 728.63
........... 7,086.79 .................

. .. ........ .. .. ............... 1,756.71
920,283.68 ................. 459,717.82
(92.10) 17,921,770.00 (4,882.18)
50,267.23 615,169.24 9,879.18

3,588,967.30 3,618,729.08 119,479,560.46

10,000.00 ................. ....... ......


432.38
183.29


6,028.36


6,150.99

44.00


6,890.30

98,745.67
17,460,131.03
668,874.84

118,320,639.70

206.23


2,153.20

61.00

339.20

20,490.03
1,777.00

12.89

1,723.50

728.63
196.49

1,756.71
698,254.71
779.79
378.56

8,350,576.51

.... . .


241.32









583,001.12
455,884.90
6,062.25

16,040.63

9,793.77







ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
NAME OF FUND July 1, 1973 Receipts By Transfer By Transfer By Warrant June 30, 1974

Disbursed from Non-Existent Fund
(to be corrected in July 1974) ........... ... ..................................... ......... ............. (36.00) 36.00
Disbursed from Non-Existent Fund
(to be corrected in July 1974) ............. ............ ................. .............. ................. (75.00) 75.00
Disbursed from Non-Existent Fund
(to be corrected in July 1974) ................... ......... ...... .... ............... ................ (20.21) 20.21
Disbursed from Non-Existent Fund
(to be corrected in July 1974) .......................... .................................. ................. (3,874.86) 3,874.86
Disbursed from Non-Existent Fund
(to be corrected in July 1974) ............ ............ .............. .. ............ ..... ................. 779.79 (779.79)
Receipted to Non-Existent Fund
(to be corrected in July 1974) ................... .......... ................. (300.00) ............... .. ................ (300.00)
CA0
TOTAL TRUST FUND ....................... $314,015,298.04 $4,296,988,908.77 $1,829,632,479.69 $1,586,610,609.31 $4,410,754,661.77 $443,271,415.42
WORKING CAPITAL FUND.................. 67,792.60 ................. 41,456,143.00 ................. 41,482,965.29 40,970.31
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING ............................. 95,882,413.00 8,018,660.00 8,018,660.00 94,752,236.20 1,130,176.80
TOTAL FOUR FUNDS ....................... $ 803,644,068.06 $6,330,446,898.90 $2,043,618,705.53 $2,043,618,705.53 $6,111,205,286.73 $1,022,885,680.23
Total Regular Funds in the State Treasury as of June 30, 1974 Subject to Comptroller's Warrant .......................... ............... $1,022,885,680.23
OTHER SPECIAL FUNDS IN THE CUSTODY OF THE STATE TREASURER AS OF JUNE 30,1974.
Insurance Clearing Fund ......... ........................................................................... 233.00
Financial Responsibility Division Trust Fund:
Special Bank Account ................... ............................................. ........................... 108,291.53
Certificates of Deposit ................... ..................................................... .................... 600,000.00
Bank Receivership Accounts:
Cash in Banks .......................................... ................................................... 5,738.31
Certificates of Deposit .................... .................................................................. 5,000.00
TOTAL SPECIAL FUNDS .................................................................................... ................. 719,262.84
TOTAL CASH LIABILITIES............................................................................. ....... ................. $1,023,604,943.07









SOURCES OF RECEIPTS TO GENERAL REVENUE
FUND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
Joint Management Committee:
Sale of Publications ........................................ $ 207.00
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Supreme Court
Fees ............................. .... .......... ... 38,590.93
First District Court of Appeal
Fees ......................... ..... ...................... 28,805.00
Second District Court of Appeal
Fees ............................... .. ........... .. 28,899.71
Third District Court of Appeal
Fees ............................................ ... 44,001.50
Fourth District Court of Appeal
Fees ..................... ..... ...... ... .......... .. 39,754.00
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND
CONSUMER SERVICES
Division of Inspection:
General Inspection ...................................... 48,446.41
Division of Standards:
General Inspection ...................................... 107,685.58
Division of Chemistry:
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................... 50,496.97
General Inspection ................... ..................... 81.48
Division of Dairy Industry:
General Inspection .................... ................. 22.47
Division of Marketing:
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................. 811.01
General Inspection ...................... ............... .. 20,231.40
Division of Fruit and Vegetable Inspection:
General Inspection ....................... ............... .. 25,633.63
Division of Animal Industry:
M miscellaneous Revenue .................................... 281.69
Division of Plant Industry:
Nursery Inspection ...................................... 7,483.05
Division of Forestry:
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................. 683.07
Perquisites ............................................. .. 132,225.94
Fire Control and Forestry Assessments ...................... 638,815.59
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE AND OFFICE
OF COMPTROLLER
Division of Administration:
Miscellaneous Revenue ............... ............... .2,202.94
Division of Accounting and Auditing:
Travel and Agency Permits .................................... 850.00
Other Grants-Legislative Pay-Gift to State ................ 50.00
Division of Securities:
Fees ............................................... 831,901.55
Miscellaneous Revenue .............. ................. 2,269.00
Carlton Data Center:
Reimbursements-Data Processing Charges ................. 2,438,614.89
DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND SECRETARY OF STATE
Division of Elections:
Certification Fees .......................................... 17,907.62
Candidates Filing Fees ......... ............................ 810.0C
Commission Tax .................. ....................... 441,885.49


51








M miscellaneous Revenue ......................... ..........
Division of Corporations:
Filing Fees .................... ......................
Limited Partnership Fees .............. ............
Non-Profit Corporation Fees ................................
Private Investigative Agency Fees ..........................
Private Employment Agency Fees .........................
Charitable Solicitations Fees ...............................
Uniform Commercial Code Fees ............................
Private Employment Agency Licenses ......................
Private Investigative Agency Licenses ......................
C harter Tax ................ ....................... ........
Corporation Privilege Tax .............................. ..
M miscellaneous Revenue .................................
Private Investigative Agency-Miscellaneous ................
Uniform Commercial Code-Miscellaneous .................
Division of Cultural Affairs:
Ringling Museum of Art-Miscellaneous Revenue ...........
Stephen Foster Memorial-Miscellaneous Revenue ..........

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND TREASURER
Office of Treasurer and Division of Administration:
Miscellaneous Revenue .................. .....
Municipal Firemen's Pensions .................... ........
Municipal Police Officer's Retirement .......................
Division of Treasury:
Lease of Mineral Rights-U.S. ............................
Miscellaneous Revenue ................... ......
Interest on D eposits ................................... .
Interest on Investments ................... .............
Division of Insurance Consumer Services:
Fees ............................. ............ .......
State Licenses .......................................
Auto Club Licenses ............... ...................
Regulatory Trust Fund ......................... ...........
Agents and Solicitors County Licenses ....................
Division of State Fire Marshal:
Liquified Petroleum Gas ...................................
State Fire Marshal ................ ..... ................

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Grants and Aids:
Interest on Lewis Scholarships ..........................
Interest on Mental Health Scholarships .....................
Repayments of Lewis Scholarships ..........................
Repayments of Legislative Scholarships ....................
Repayments of Mental Health Scholarships ..................
Division of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Educational Certification and Service ....................
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind:
Miscellaneous Revenue ............... .......... .......
Perquisites ................... .. ......................
Division of Universities:
University of West Florida-Repayment of Loans ............

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Division of Training and Professional Development:
Florida Fire College:
F ees ......... ........................... ..
Miscellaneous Revenue ........................ ...... .

52


1,616.50

850,876.28
822,415.11
105,878.06
12,350.00
393.00
40,544.70
541,992.09
129,996.93
112,117.00
1,941,204.81
659,828.44
502,755.94
1,275.00
53,909.80

2,259.22
1,677.91



81.00
129,392.07
187,559.70

3,104.34
3,824.01
39,824,653.44
19,677,528.22

465,806.00
673,316.50
4,100.00
154,076.10
15,374.34

6,352.00
44,108.57



1.00
2,807.08
645.01
80.00
5,741.26

17,523.66

4,927.95
11,384.79

4,500.00




360.00
4,190.31









DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION
Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering:
5% Tax ............................................
Breaks ..................................................
Breaks Under Chapter 29810 ............. .............
Miscellaneous Revenue ......................... .........
Operating ....................... ..................
Additional ...............................................
Division of Hotels and Restaurants:
Elevator Inspection Fees ................................
Licenses ........................................ ........
Building Permits .......... ............................
M miscellaneous Revenue ................................. ..
Fines ................................................
Division of Florida Land Sales:
M miscellaneous Revenue .......................... .......
Fines .............. ...............................
Penalties ... ...................................
Division of Beverage:
Beverage Tax ..............................................
Cigarette- Floor Tax ................ .....................
Cigarette Tax Collection ................................ ..
Division of General Regulations:
Collection Agency Fees .......................... .... ...
Labor Union Fees ......................................
Labor Union Business Agents ...........................
Electronic Repair Dealers Licenses .......................
Collection Agency Licenses ............................ ..
Fines ............... ..............................

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of Secretary and Division of Administration:
Special Employment Security ..............................
Workmen's Compensation Special Disability ................
Division of Labor:
Workmen's Compensation Administration ...................
Division of Employment Security:
Service Charge to General Revenue .........................
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Division of Mass Transit:
Airport Fees ................ .....................
Division of Road Operations:
Outdoor Advertising ................... ................
Overweight Penalties ........................... .........
DEPARTMENT OF POLLUTION CONTROL
Division of Administration:
Fees ................ ..........................
Interest ............... .............................
DEPARTMENT OF CITRUS
Division of Administration:
Citrus Advertising ................. ....................
DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND
OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
Division of Professions-Chapter 72-304:
Accountancy ................. ......................
Architecture .................. ................... .......
Podiatry ..............................................
Chiropractic Examiners ................................ ...

53


27,647,245.05
3,079,729.24
578,134.44
200.00
1,290,926.92
483,153.05

320,302.25
1,368,023.67
225,294.65
112.16
153,934.63

1,250.00
15,350,00
1,000.00

169,211,827.76
30,913.14
6,943,404.36

9,400.00
188.00
757.00
95,120.01
27,950.00
3,155.02



17,782.30
109,470.91

188,285.59

102,428.21


154,252.05

7,484.88
60,006.21



107,410.00
123,843.25


848,975.52




29,114.66
17,315.72
2,001.50
3,915.50









Dental Examiners......................................... 24,357.62
Engineer Examiners ....................................... 24,681.00
Funeral Directors ............. .. ......................... 14,215.80
F oresters .................................................. 232.85
Medical Examiners-Operating ............................. 39,324.50
Nursing ................... ................................ 53,793.85
Osteopathic Examiners .............................. ....... 5,845.00
Psychology ................... ......................... 1,386.70
Landscape Architects ...................................... 1,864.40
O ptom etry ................................................. 7,124.60
Pharmacy ............................................... 28,808.71
Veterinary Medicine ................. .. .................. 4,799.61
Nursing Home Administrators .............................. 4,717.50
Board of Optometry:
Interest ................................................. 407.97
Payment on Scholarships ................................. 6,677.86
Board of Pharmacy:
Miscellaneous Revenue ................. ................. 9,650.00
Division of Occupations-Chapter 72-304:
Barbers ........................................ .......... 12,489.47
Cosmetology .............................................. 30,292.02
Massage ................... ......... .............. 1,854.30
Naturopathic Examiners .................................... 99.00
Dispensing Opticians ...... ................................ 3,525.25
Real Estate ................................................ 111,224.68
Sanitarians ................................................ 599.00
Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board .............. 82,544.84
Watchmakers Commission .................................. 2,037.40
Electrical Contractors Licensing Board ...................... 2,305.00
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Division of Corrections:
General Office-Perquisites .............................. 25,285.52
Apalachee Correctional Institution-Perquisites ............. 15,629.00
Avon Park Correctional Institution-Perquisites ............. 19,816.92
Florida Correctional Institution-Perquisites ................ 4,614.75
Florida State Prison-Perquisites ........................... 91,908.23
Glades Correctional Institution-Perquisites ................. 24,166.00
Sumter Correctional Institution-Perquisites ................ 20,260.00
DeSoto Correctional Institution-Perquisites ................ 8,325.18
Reception and Medical Center-Perquisites ................. 20,936.89
Division of Youth Services:
General Office:
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 229.00
Perquisites ............................................. 480.07
Bureau of Field Services:
Miscellaneous Revenue ............................... 234.00
Perquisites ...................................... .. ... 31.66
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys at Marianna
Miscellaneous Revenue ................ .............. 552.36
Perquisites ............................. ........... 17,241.41
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee
Perquisites .............................................. 18,465.32
Alyce D. McPherson School for Girls at
Ocala and Forest Hill
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 330.00
Perquisites .............................................. 3,549.93
Howell E. Lancaster Youth Development Center ............ 3,631.22
Division of Mental Health:
Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Miscellaneous Revenue ................ ......... ........ 52,162.61


54









Perquisites ................................... ....... 6,671.14
Administrative
M miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 24.47
Florida State Hospital
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 1,136,807.53
Perquisites ....................................... ... 39,026.60
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 478,027.12
Interest ................. ................................ 113.54
Perquisites .. ........................................... 11,819.54
Northeast Florida Mental Hospital
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 423,956.25
Perquisites .............................................. 8,476.93
South Florida State Hospital
M miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 906,150.91
Perquisites ................... ........................... 3,397.93
Division of Retardation:
Administrative
Perquisites .............................................. 510.12
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................. 363,134.03
Perquisites ..................................... ........ 25,902.38
Sunland Training Center at Fort Myers
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 210,579.74
Perquisites ................... ........................... 2,395.56
Sunland Hospital In Orlando
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 227,933.06
Perquisites ........................ ..... .. ...... ...... 443.00
Sunland Training Center at Marianna
Miscellaneous Revenue ....... ....... ................... 161,408.15
Perquisites .............................................. 8,945.43
Sunland Training Center at Miami
Miscellaneous Revenue ................. ................. 189,962.89
Sunland Hospital in Tallahassee
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................. 78,001.84
Perquisites ................... ........................... 3,381.16
Division of Family Services:
Miscellaneous Revenue ............... ..................... 21,077.94
Division of Health:
General Public Health
Marriage License Fees ................................. 258,466.50
Birth, Death, etc., Fees ................................... 423,397.90
Doctors and Midwives Fees .................. .......... 20,477.00
Hospital Fees ........................................... 31,599.00
Structural Pest Control Fees .............................. 40,263.00
Bedding Inspection Fees .............................. 148,570.00
Clinical Laboratories Fees .............................. 83,609.00
Water Purification and Treatment Fees .................... 19,530.00
Nursing Home Licenses 69-309 ........................... 27,207.00
Miscellaneous Revenue ................. ................ 42,366.27
Bureau of Tuberculosis
Perquisites .... .............................. .... .... 29,736.16
Examining and Licensing Boards
Pest Control .......................... .. ..... .. ....... 5,514.00
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
General Office
Miscellaneous Revenue ................ ................. 9,251.00
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
General Office
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................. 1,222.75


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DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
Florida Police Academy
M miscellaneous Revenue ................................. ..
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Office of Executive Director:
M miscellaneous Revenue ....................................
Division of Electronic Data Processing:
Mayo Data Center
Reimbursements-Data Processing Charges ...............
Larson Data Center
Reimbursements-Data Processing Charges ...............
Division of Building Construction and Maintenance:
M miscellaneous Revenue ........................ ..........
Concession Receipts .................. .................


1,061,272.40


5.00


915,636.97

857,830.10

12,265.65
97.50


DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Division of Miscellaneous Tax:
Special Motor Fuel Licenses ............................. 2,305.00
Gasoline Dealers Distributors .............................. 110.00
Gasoline Dealers Licenses ................. .............. 55,355.00
Documentary Stamps ...................................... 84,332,051.52
Gasoline Tax-5 Cents ............ .................... 6,496,778.30
Special Motor Fuel Tax-5 Cents ............................ 500,197.33
Division of Corporate, Estate and Intangible Tax:
Corporation Income Tax ................................... 188,777,865.70
Inheritance and Estate Tax ............................... 40,942,753.70
Corporation Privilege Tax .................................. (35.20)
Division of Sales and Use Tax:
Permit Fees ................................. ........... 66,326.74
Taxes .............. .................................. 1,196,342,464.64
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Office of Executive Director and Division
of Administrative Services:
Oil Account Fees .......................................... 4,175.00
Licenses ................... .......................... 130,435.00
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................... 51,813.68
Motor Boat Revolving ...................................... 110,907.49
Division of Marine Resources:
Motorboat Revolving ..................................... 3,560.64
Division of Game and Fresh Water Fish:
State Game ................................................ 192,499.31
Division of Recreation and Parks:
Perquisites ................................................ 140,850.28
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
TRUST FUND
Murphy Act-Land Sales ...................................... 359,810.11
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES
Office of Executive Director and Division
of Administrative Services:
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................... 3,385.48
Division of Florida Highway Patrol:
Motor Vehicle Inspection Fees ............................. 2,284,398.80
Miscellaneous Revenue ................................... 17,067.87
Division of Drivers License:
Driver Education Fees ...................................... 3,317,379.50
Driver Examination Fees ................................... 5,327,739.50
Drivers License ........................................... 8,598,006.63
Drivers School Licenses............................... 10,555.00
Miscellaneous Revenue .................................... 1,999,492.72


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Division of Motor Vehicles:
Auto Title and Lien Fees ........... ...................
Mobile Home Seal Fees ............................ ......
M otor Vehicle Licenses ...................... ............
Miscellaneous Revenue ...............................
Interest on Advance Sales of 1974 License Plates ............
FLORIDA PROBATION AND PAROLE COMMISSION
Fees ................. .........................


7,347,018.51
216,909.05
99,507,580.59
545.00
7,125.38

50.00


WORKING CAPITAL FUND
Interest ............................................ ...... 6,013,029.90
TOTAL RECEIPTS TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND.......... $1,947,491,515.35


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REFUNDS TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND AS FOLLOWS:

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
Senate .......................... ...................$ 1,273.58
House of Representatives .................................... 1,984.85
Joint Management Committee ................................ 3,251.75
Auditor General .................. ................... ....... 44,830.07
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Supreme Court ............................................... 193.30
Second District Court of Appeal .............................. 5.00
State Attorney Division .................... ................... 1,165.22
Public Defended Division ................................... 126,937.83
Circuit Courts and Other Related Matters ..................... 376.73
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
General O office ............................................... 775.94
Committee on Education ..................................... 145.64
Operation of Governor's Mansion ............................. 10.00
Highway Safety Commission ................................ 12,840.08
DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AFFAIRS
Attorney General .................................. ............ 576,793.07
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER
SERVICES
Office of Commissioner and Division of Administration ........ 67.24
D division of Inspection ...................................... 94.23
Division of Chemistry ...................................... 1,392.00
Division of Dairy Industry .................................. 522.04
Division of Marketing .................. ................. ... .. 952.13
Division of Animal Industry .................................. 1,531.19
Division of Plant Industry .................................... 3,089.70
Division of Forestry ........................... ........... 73,022.52
Division of Consumer Services ............................. 50.96
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE AND
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER
Division of Administration ........................ ............ 2,373.07
Division of Accounting and Auditing ......................... 169.34
Division of Securities .................. .................. 94.88
Carlton Data Center .......................... ........ .. ... 329.17
DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND SECRETARY OF STATE
Office of Secretary and Division of Administrative Services ..... 123.44
Division of Archives, History and Records Management ........ 547.18
Division of Corporations ............... ...................... 4,133.92
Division of Cultural Affairs .................... ................... 18.00
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND TREASURER
Office of Treasurer and Division of Administration ............. 171.42
Division of Treasury ...... ...... ............ ......... ... 3.00
Division of Insurance Consumer Services .................... 1,102.88
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Commissioner and State Board Staff........................ 9,673.20
Grants and Aids .............................. ............. 4,036.00
Division of Elementary and Secondary Education
General Office ........................................... 12,325.17
Educational Research and Development Program ............ 249.35
School Lunch Program ........ ..... ... ................... 109.71
Division of Vocational Education ............................. 136.21
Division of Community Colleges ............................. 109.00

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Florida School for the Deaf and Blind ......................... 1,277.69
Division of Universities
General Office ............................................. 19,441.13
University of Florida ...................................... 3,354.45
Florida State University ................. ................. 89,401.91
University of South Florida ................................. 2,757.36
Florida International University ............................ 4,531.97
University of North Florida ................................. 130.31
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
Division of Budget ............................................ 125.00
Division of Retirement-Florida
National Guard Retirement .................................. 496.86
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Office of the Secretary ........................................ 93.69
Division of Economic Opportunity ............................ 23,367.98
Division of Emergency Government .......................... 2.27
Division of Veterans Affairs .................. ............... 150.00
Division of Technical Assistance ............................. 115.56

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION
Office of Executive Director .................................. 115.52
Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering ............................ (1.12)
Division of Hotels and Restaurants ............................ 1.39
Division of Beverage ......................................... 2,573.11
Division of General Regulations ............................. 19.50
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of Secretary and Division of Administration ............. 29.00
Division of Tourism .......................................... 16.00
Division of Economic Development .......................... 419.35
DEPARTMENT OF POLLUTION CONTROL
General Office ............................................... 48,632.71
DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND
OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
Division of General Services ................................. 1,564.27
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES
Office of Secretary ............................................ 56.11
Drug Abuse Program ......................................... 182.23
Division of Planning and Evaluation .......................... 109.73
Bureau of Community Medical Facilities ...................... 31.64
Division of Children's Medical Services ....................... 31.88
Division of Corrections:
General Office ..................................... ........ 1,523.79
Apalachee Correctional Institution .......................... 1,257.16
Avon Park Correctional Institution .......................... 137.14
Florida Correctional Institution ............................. 355.38
Florida State Prison ........................................ 844.98
Sumter Correctional Institution ............................. 219.24
DeSoto Correctional Institution ............................. 505.00
Reception and Medical Center ............................. 887.73
Community Correctional Centers ........................... 786,696.70
Union Correctional Institution ............................. 2,103.87
Division of Youth Services:
General Office ............................................. 1,563.80
Bureau of Field Services ....................................... 2,485.51
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys at Marianna ............... 5,777.75
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee ...................... 119.58


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Alyce D. McPherson School for Girls at
Ocala and Forest Hill ..................... ............... 107.44
Howell E. Lancaster Youth Development Center ............ 53.74
Detention Services ..................................... ... 528.25
Division of Mental Health:
Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation .......................... 718.66
Florida State Hospital ................. .................. 355.42
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital ......................... 56.00
Northeast Florida Mental Hospital .......................... 4,172.10
South Florida State Hospital ................................ 11,287.78
Division of Retardation:
Administrative ..................................... ........ 122,899.48
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville .................. .. 37.29
Sunland Training Center at Fort Myers ..................... 2,635.69
Sunland Hospital in Orlando ............................... 236.11
Sunland Training Center at Marianna ....................... 263.77
Sunland Training Center at Miami .......................... 2,244.62
Regional Community Centers ............................... 62.00
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation:
General Office .............................................. 25,533.40
Bureau of Blind Services .......................... ....... 6,741.96
Bureau of Crippled Children ............................... 244.19
Division of Family Services:
General Administration .................................... 997,763.69
Medical Care Programs .................................... 9,087,338.47
Division of Health:
General Public Health ............ ...................... 10,441.16
State Board of Health .................. ................... 23,317.92
Bureau of Tuberculosis ...................... ............. 23,952.20
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
General Office ............................................... 4,510.18

DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
General Office ............... ................. ..... 17,915.67
Division of Operations ................................. ..... 5,335.20
Division of Training and Inspection........................... 152.81
Division of Intelligence and Information ...................... 3,132.34

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Office of Executive Director .................................. 67.30
Division of Purchasing ....................................... 411.95
Division of Electronic Data Processing ....................... 2,288.30
Mayo Data Center ................. ... ..................... 575.72
Larson Data Center .......................................... 28.74
Division of Building Construction and Maintenance ........... 39,077.27
Division of Motor Pools ...................................... 377.25
Division of Communications ................................. 16.83

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Office of Executive Director and
Division of Administration ........................ ............ 262.35
Division of Ad Valorem Tax .................................. 3.76
Division of Sales and Use Tax ................................ 440.46

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Office of Executive Director and Division
of Administrative Services ................................ 5,144.59
Division of Environmental Research and Protection ............ 140.06
Division of Marine Resources-Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund 2,190.11
Division of Interior Resources ................................ 139.00
Division of Recreation and Parks ..... ............... ...... 1,105.47


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BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
TRUST FUND
Refunds .................................................... 29.00
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND
MOTOR VEHICLES
Office of Executive Director and
Division of Administrative Services .......................... 1,260.45
Division of Florida Highway Patrol ........................... 20,235.31
Division of Drivers License ................................ 159.94
Division of Motor Vehicles ................. ............. 142.41
FLORIDA PROBATION AND PAROLE COMMISSION
Refunds .......................................... .......... 2,569.25
CURRENT CANCELLATION CLEARING
Refunds ............................................... .. 10,000.00
TOTAL REFUNDS TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND .......... $ 12,329,072.56


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TRANSFERS TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM TRUST FUND APPROPRIATIONS AS FOLLOWS:

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
Auditor General ............................. .............. $ 2,654.05
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
General Office ....................... .......... .......... 3,903.60
Consumer Advisor ............. ............ ............. 2,875.51
Committee on Education ................... ............. 145.64
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND
CONSUMER SERVICES
Division of Animal Industry .................. ............ 180.00
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE AND
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER
Division of Accounting and Auditing .......................... 4.28
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND TREASURER
Office of Treasurer and Division of Administration ............. 743,792.35
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Commissioner and State Board Staff........................... 848,543.64
University of Florida ......................... ......... .... ... 160,000.00
Florida A & M University .................. .................. 8,866.00
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION
Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering:
Operating (Chapter 71-129) ................................. 8,516,956.22
Additional (Chapter 71-129) ................. ........... 3,347,836.85
Division of Beverage:
Cigarette Tax Collection ................................... 30,171,913.37
Beverage Tax Collection ............... .................. 5,559,250.31
DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND
OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
Office of Secretary ............................ .. ...... ........ 2,457.87
Division of General Services: ............................... 653,932.10
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Division of Youth Services:
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys at Marianna ............... 8,857.32
Division of Mental Health:
Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation .......................... 4,522.74
Division of Family Services:
General Administration ................................... 174,558.58
Division of Health:
General Public Health ..................................... 15,000.00
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Auto Transportation Tax ..................................... 717,097.95
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Division of Building Construction and Maintenance ........... 23,227.88
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Division of Miscellaneous Tax:
Oil and Gas Tax ............................. ............ 9,336,355.93
Agricultural and Commercial Fishermen Refunds ............ 1,986.00
Retail Dealers 2% Gasoline Tax Refunds ..... ............... 33,076.00
Tax on Severance of Minerals .............................. 1,726,530.44
City Transit Systems Gasoline and Special

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Fuel Tax Refunds ...................................... 26.00
2% Premium Tax ....................... .. ............. 31,500,000.00
Gross Receipts Tax-Express Companies .................... 3,674.60
Division of Corporate, Estate and Intangible Tax:
Intangible Tax ............................................ 47,372,871.92
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND
MOTOR VEHICLES
Division of Florida Highway Patrol ........................... 27,446.99
Division of Drivers License .................................. 3,643.27
Division of Motor Vehicles:
Distributions-Transfers Required By Law .................. 1,294,180.45
CANCELLATIONS AND RESTORATIONS
Transfers ................................ ....................... 44.20
TOTAL AMOUNT TRANSFERRED FROM TRUST FUND ..... 142,266,412.06
RECAPITULATION-GENERAL REVENUE FUND RECEIPTS:
Transfers from Trust Fund .................................. 142,266,412.06
Total Regular Receipts ....................................... 1,947,491,515.35
Total Refunds .............................................. 12,329,072.56
TOTAL ALL RECEIPTS TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND..... $ 2,102,086,999.97


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DISBURSEMENTS FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1974


TRANSFER OF FUNDS UNDER SECTION 215.32(2)(C) ....... $
LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
Senate:
Salaries ......................... .....................
Contingent .................. .............................
Other Personal Services ................. ...............
Expenses ...... .............. .................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................... .........
Lump Sum .................................... .........
Certifications Forward ....................... ... .........
House of Representatives:
Salaries ..................................... ...........
Contingent ............................................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ..................... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ... ............................
Lum p Sum .... ..........................................
Certifications Forward ....................................
Joint Management Committee:
Salaries ...................................................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses ....................... ....................
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Data Processing Services ...................................
Certifications Forward .............. ...................
Legislative Statutory Committees:
Lump Sum .................. .. .... ..................
Furnishing and Equipping New Legislative Building:
Lump Sum .................................. ... .... .. ..
Certifications Forward .................................
Auditor General:
Salaries ............................................
Contingent ..................................... ..........
Other Personal Services ....................... ..........
Expenses ........................... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ................................
Data Processing .....................................
Salaries-Auditing Committee ...........................
Other Personal Services-Auditing Committee ...............
Expenses-Auditing Committee ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay-Auditing Committee .............
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Supreme Court:
Administrative
Salaries .................................................
Other Personal Services ...................................
Expenses ...............................................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Certifications Forward ...............................
First District Court of Appeal:
Administrative
Salaries ................... ...........................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ... .............................................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Certifications Forward ............... ...................

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41,456,143.00



3,132,454.52
5,177.58
422,699.15
1,018,745.39
36,692.70
25,000.00
23,398.91

4,839,060.60
3,130.43
583,708.88
1,736,483.69
80,654.40
25,000.00
27,804.59

1,208,313.59
159,460.98
857,338.11
33,770.99
15,420.22
1,254.32

140,991.01

96,922.51
9,483.57

4,834,031.20
896.65
32,945.67
554,405.22
63,026.72
43.00
14,376.22
2,593.15
7,175.58
76.25



917,271.55
130,482.14
297,872.76
56,460.90
17,455.04


395,313.58
2,542.20
38,478.91
10,477.42
8,348.62









Second District Court of Appeal:
Administrative
Salaries ............................................. 411,270.78
Other Personal Services ....................... ........... 2,325.40
Expenses .................................................. 44,462.73
Operating Capital Outlay .... ......................... 7,236.30
Certifications Forward .................................... 7,484.55
Third District Court of Appeal:
Administrative
Salaries ..................... .................... ......... 454,954.81
Other Personal Services .................................... 2,065.32
Expenses ................................... ......... 75,468.25
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 10,993.83
Certifications Forward ................. ................ 3,604.58
Fourth District Court of Appeal:
Administrative
Salaries ............................. ........... ........ 393,534.64
Other Personal Services ................................... 3,808.82
Expenses .............................. ..... ......... 46,669.87
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 7,180.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 213.93
State Attorney Division:
First Judicial Circuit
Salaries ......... ............. ................ ........... 610,316.45
Other Personal Services .................................... 9,983.15
Expenses .................... ..... ....... ................ 41,782.41
Operating Capital Outlay ............... .. ............... 16,941.34
Certifications Forward ................... .................. 2,044.14
Second Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................................................. 375,983.71
Other Personal Services ................... ................ 13,551.89
Expenses ........................................ ......... 63,428.81
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 13,161.76
Third Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................... ...... ... .............. 180,368.51
Expenses .................... ......................... 17,620.81
Operating Capital Outlay ................... ................ 910.00
Certifications Forward .................................... 145.00
Fourth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ..................... ................... ......... 1,107,361.30
Other Personal Services ................ .................... 73,629.16
Expenses .................................................. 109,237.24
Operating Capital Outlay ................. ................ 25,331.00
Certifications Forward ...................... ................. 188.75
Fifth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ..................... ................... ......... 443,024.61
Expenses .............................. .. ............. 40,905.52
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 5,308.94
Certifications Forward ................... ............ ...... 1,561.15
Sixth Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................................................. 1,208,658.79
Other Personal Services ................................... 550.99
Expenses................. ............... .. ..... ..... 99,785.81
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 8,572.20
Certifications Forward ..................................... 90.31
Seventh Judicial Circuit
Salaries .............................. .................. 490,890.88
Other Personal Services .................................... 7,022.19
Expenses................................... ................ 29,390.56
Operating Capital Outlay .................. ................ 3,593.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 547.00

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Eighth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................................. 379,018.74
Other Personal Services ........... ......... ................ 123.60
Expenses .................................................. 47,685.48
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 14,693.55
Ninth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ....................... ................. .. ...... 823,182.23
Other Personal Services .................................... 2,070.18
E expenses .................................................. 43,110.64
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 31,195.82
Certifications Forward .................................... 1,047.99
Tenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries .............................................. 521,423.78
Other Personal Services .................. ................ 2,283.29
Expenses .................... ......................... 23,893.51
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 4,483.74
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................... ..................... ........ 2,344,834.54
Other Personal Services .................................... 60,216.24
Expenses ......... .............................. .. 215,026.08
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 16,112.87
Certifications Forward ..................................... 22,898.04
Twelfth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ........................................... ....... 393,848.02
Other Personal Services ................. ..... ............ 7,957.21
Expenses.................. .............. .. ........ 55,679.12
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 27,097.92
Certifications Forward ....................... .............. 50.80
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ........................................ ... 959,779.27
Other Personal Services .............. .......... ............. 49,459.68
Expenses................. ................ ......... 55,481.22
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 9,279.19
Certifications Forward .................. ............ ....... 5,563.88
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................................. 307,509.75
Other Personal Services .................. ................. 100.00
Expenses ................. ........... .......... 34,944.68
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 20,545.13
Certifications Forward ................................ ...... 2,989.56
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ......................................... ......... 696,764.52
Other Personal Services ..................... ............ 39,738.53
Expenses .................................................. 66,311.47
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 20,671.44
Certifications Forward ................... .................. 7,428.36
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................................... 147,828.77
Other Personal Services .................. ... ............. 3,827.59
Expenses................. ................ ......... 15,747.19
Operating Capital Outlay ................ ................... 1,563.84
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............... ...................... ........... 1,201,664.99
Other Personal Services .................................... 10,989.18
Expenses .................... .................... ........ 80,357.34
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 35,199.37
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................. ............. ....... 607,153.73
Other Personal Services .................................... 268.13
Expenses ............................ ........... 46,903.13
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 27,423.19

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Certifications Forward ..................................... 1,248.00
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................ ............. ........ 270,555.76
Other Personal Services .................................... 12,019.55
Expenses ............... ........................... 34,023.10
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 13,788.71
Certifications Forward ..................................... 427.00
Twentieth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................ ........ .. ...... 452,922.53
Other Personal Services ................................... 3,005.00
Expenses .... ............................ ................ 32,990.40
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 15,079.07
Public Defender Division:
First Judicial Circuit
Salaries ......... ................. ............. ... ....... 308,653.85
Other Personal Services ..................... .............. 22,016.98
Expenses ................................ .. .......... 41,959.67
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 19,379.23
Second Judicial Circuit
Salaries ..................................... .............. 230,331.02
Other Personal Services .................... ................ 12,218.23
Expenses ................................ .. .......... 69,293.13
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 14,230.42
Third Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................................... 118,950.95
Other Personal Services ........... ...................... 676.56
Expenses................................ .. .......... 16,760.36
Operating Capital Outlay ..... .............................. 5,489.09
Fourth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................................... 561,593.15
Other Personal Services .................................... 3,568.73
Expenses ................................. .. .......... 41,400.47
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 8,318.10
Certifications Forward ..................................... 739.00
Fifth Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................... ................... ......... .. 208,428.93
Other Personal Services .................. ................ 650.00
Expenses ................................. .......... 19,821.89
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 8,406.59
Certifications Forward ..................................... 600.68
Sixth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ...................................... .......... 567,398.07
Other Personal Services ................................... 10,201.14
Expenses ................................. ... .......... 50,963.36
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 9,364.72
Seventh Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................................... 282,536.87
Expenses .................................................. 20,120.66
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 6,953.43
Eighth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................................. 189,430.87
Other Personal Services .......................... ......... 2,731.06
Expenses................................ .. .......... 22,192.23
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 11,074.49
Certifications Forward ....................................... 113.00
Ninth Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................. ................ ......... ..... 327,500.28
Other Personal Services ................ ................... 1,608.00
Expenses .................................................. 19,525.39
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 11,592.43
Certifications Forward ..................................... 837.47

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Tenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................................... 246,999.46
Other Personal Services .............. .................. 2,223.50
Expenses ......................... .. .............. 11,587.36
Operating Capital Outlay ...... ..................... ............ 7,410.78
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............... ................ .... ............. 1,155,270.32
Other Personal Services ..................................... 7,886.30
Expenses .................................................. 85,158.80
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 26,191.99
Certifications Forward ..................................... 49,760.08
Twelfth Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................... .................. .......... 272,314.42
Other Personal Services .................................... 14,083.55
Expenses....................... .................... ... 38,149.36
Operating Capital Outlay ................................ 30,050.83
Certifications Forward ...................... ........... 2,713.93
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ............................................. 435,627.35
Other Personal Services ........................... ....... 5,950.72
Expenses .............. .. ............... ... ............. 26,554.53
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 4,983.44
Certifications Forward ..................................... 147.62
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries .................................................. 193,462.41
Other Personal Services .................................. 2,351.50
Expenses .............. .... ................... .... 22,421.61
Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 1,734.07
Certifications Forward .................................... 1,909.00
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................................... 393,031.46
Other Personal Services .................................... 3,678.69
Expenses ..................... .................. ......... 45,070.59
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 30,629.59
Certifications Forward ..................................... 7,195.19
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................................................. 110,612.59
Other Personal Services .................................... 439.20
Expenses .............................. ..... ......... 14,589.19
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 9,925.66
Certifications Forward .................................... 1,188.95
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ..................... .................... ......... 490,759.53
Other Personal Services .................................... 21,098.47
Expenses .......................... ................... 44,065.32
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 28,628.46
Certifications Forward ..................................... 55.45
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ...................... ...................... 289,124.08
Other Personal Services .................................... 6,170.62
Expenses ............................. .. ................. 33,912.23
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 2,790.04
Certifications Forward ..................................... 19.50
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ..................... ..................... ........ 158,176.52
Expenses....................... ......... .. ......... 22,590.03
Operating Capital Outlay ................................ 10,976.63
Twentieth Judicial Circuit
Salaries ................. .............................. 247,612.54
Other Personal Services .................................... 2,361.00
Expenses ................. ......... ... ... .............. 22,103.41

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Operating Capital Outlay ...............................
Certifications Forward ....................................
Circuit Courts and Other Related Matters
Salaries .................... ......... ............
Executive Assignments-State Attorneys ....................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses ................................ .... ........
Pay to Jurors and Witnesses ......................... ......
Meals and Lodging for Jurors ............................
Printing Reports .............. ........................
State Wide Grand Jury Expenses ..........................
Certifications Forward ...................................
Judicial Administrative Commission
Salaries ......................................... .......
Other Personal Services ......................... ........
Expenses ..................... .....................
Operating Capital Outlay ................... .............
Certifications Forward ........................... .......
County Courts
Salaries .................................... ..........
E expenses .......... ....... .........................

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
General Office:
Salaries ..................................... .............
Other Personal Services ........................ ........
Expenses ............................................
Operating Capital Outlay ....................................
Contingent .................................. ..........
Lump Sum-National Governor's Conference ................
Certifications Forward .................................
Organized Crime, Racketerring/Prosecutive
and Investigative Unit:
Salaries ........................................... .....
Consumer Advisor:
Salaries ..............................................
Expenses.......... ....... .........................
Certifications Forward ..................................
Prosecution Coordination Project:
Salaries ....................... .....................
Citizen's Committee on Education:
Salaries ................ .................................
Other Personal Services ...............................
Expenses ... .............................................
Certifications Forward .....................................
Commission of Status of Women:
Expenses ...... ................................
Office of Early Childhood Development:
Salaries ..................... ......................
Other Personal Services ................................
Expenses.......... ...... ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay ................... .............
Certifications Forward ....................................
Operation of Governor's Mansion:
Salaries .................................. ..............
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses.............................................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Certifications Forward ............................... ..
Governor's Highway Safety Commission:
Salaries ...................................... .............

69


9,469.10
103.50

11,603,399.60
74,121.71
343,274.57
280,977.07
3,156,930.00
69,361.33
82,496.84
25,177.50
391,602.39

20,894.09
7,547.91
13,693.57
33.00
659.70

6,704,217.09
27,733.43



823,723.89
6,032.92
149,201.01
4,556.71
24,473.72
10,000.00
2,584.11


7,000.00

5,297.33
613.08
123.10

3,750.00

465.40
1,300.00
1,961.86
1,193.17

5,589.50

25,476.03
33,580.00
14,970.72
2,659.55
1,188.08

65,972.31
876.00
40,483.49
235.48
29.00

108,641.10








Other Personal Services .................................... 2,354.60
Expenses ........ ......... ...... ................... ..... 40,882.94
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 195.74
Certifications Forward ............................ ..... 487.70

DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AFFAIRS AND
ATTORNEY GENERAL
General Office:
Salaries ................... ............................... 2,344,573.43
Other Personal Services ................................... 38,080.23
Expenses ......... ................................ 420,393.82
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 81,833.53

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER
SERVICES AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Office of Commissioner and Division of Administration:
Salaries ................ .................. ........ ........ 708,080.02
Other Personal Services .................................... 7,008.02
Expenses ...... ................. ............. 337,845.46
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 483.85
Lump Sum-Soil Survey-Watershed Planning .............. 231,646.93
Data Processing Services ............... ................... 31,123.79
Division of Inspection:
Salaries ......................................... ......... 722,896.97
Expenses ......... ............................... 177,678.99
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 4,261.54
Certifications Forward ..................................... 445.02
Division of Chemistry:
Salaries .................... .... ... .. ................. 355,828.75
Other Personal Services .................................... ... 2,737.79
Expenses ................................................. 78,600.31
Operating Capital Outlay ........................... ....... 4,992.79
Certifications Forward ..................................... 7,029.43
Division of Dairy Industry:
Salaries .. ...................... ....... .. ............ 569,084.42
Other Personal Services ................................... 1,755.72
Expenses ......... ........................ ..... .... 166,248.07
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 11,944.68
Certifications Forward ..................................... 7,085.15
Division of Marketing:
Salaries .................... ............... ... ..... 215,576.56
Other Personal Services ................................... 11,890.02
Expenses .............. ....... ............. ........... 101,204.10
Certifications Forward ..................................... 279.53
Division of Animal Industry:
Salaries .................... ................... .......... 2,671,599.80
Other Personal Services ..................................... 55,131.90
Expenses .................... .... ...................... 656,731.92
Operating Capital Outlay ........... ...................... 31,698.48
Payment of Indemnities .................................... 466,811.33
Certifications Forward .................................... 6,753.23
Division of Plant Industry:
Salaries .................... ............................. 2,193,517.11
Other Personal Services .................................... 9,959.45
Expenses .................... ......................... 780,451.23
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 21,336.34
Certifications Forward ................... ..................... 28,199.96
Division of Forestry:
Salaries ....................... ................ ........ 7,176,346.99
Other Personal Services ................................... 93,329.13
Expenses ............................................. 1,375,446.88

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Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 216,327.44
Land Acquisition ................................ .......... 905,600.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 93,102.26
Division of Consumer Services:
Salaries .......................... .................... 180,240.65
Other Personal Services ................................... 2,425.37
Expenses................. ...... ................ ....49,923.72
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 3,954.59
Certifications Forward ................... ................. 194.90

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE
AND COMPTROLLER
Division of Administration:
Salaries ....................... ..... ....... ............. 423,290.00
Expenses ............... ......... ..... .............. 201,150.78
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 12,388.87
Certifications Forward ..................................... 2,649.74
Division of Accounting and Auditing:
Salaries .......... ........................................ 814,697.83
Other Personal Services ................... ................. 7,159.85
Expenses ......... .................. ................. 881,313.72
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 25,652.09
Certifications Forward .................................... 112,303.62
Division of Finance:
Salaries ....... ...................................... 112,928.36
Other Personal Services .................................... 142.12
Expenses ................................................. 38,195.76
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 2,904.89
Division of Securities:
Salaries .................. ..... .. ................... 434,378.43
Other Personal Services .................................... 2,416.35
Expenses .................................................. 90,995.26
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 5,807.92
Certifications Forward ................. ................... 3,129.42
Division of Data Processing:
Salaries ................................................... 1,234,404.40
Expenses .................................... .............. 1,281,910.65
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 16,492.94
Certifications Forward ..................................... 45,831.18

DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND SECRETARY OF STATE
Office of Secretary and Division of Administrative Services:
Salaries ...................................... ............ 793,954.12
Expenses ................ ............ ...... ........ 268,967.07
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 6,065.15
Certifications Forward ..................................... 18,938.64
Division of Elections:
Salaries ................. ............................... 222,493.12
Other Personal Services .................................... 15,203.14
Expenses..................... ............................. 59,727.44
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 11,014.16
Certifications Forward ..................................... 570.53
Division of Archives, History and Records Management:
Salaries ................... ...................... ........ 528,950.52
Other Personal Services ....................................... 22,840.17
Expenses.................. ... ... ............. .......... 116,256.78
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 22,335.38
Certifications Forward .................. .................. 9,371.32
Division of Corporations:
Salaries ..................... .................... ........ 802,635.61
Other Personal Services ............... .................... 26,180.12
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Expenses .................... ........................ 526,593.75
Operating Capital Outlay ................... ......... 24,888.29
Certifications Forward ..................................... 13,479.24
Division of Library Services:
Administrative
Salaries .................................................. 324,593.22
Other Personal Services ..................................... 11,679.91
Expenses .................................................. 79,039.74
Operating Capital Outlay .................. ........... .51,129.63
Certifications Forward ................................... 1,784.51
Grants and Aids
Aid to Counties .................. .............. ............ 1,904,504.93
Division of Cultural Affairs:
Office of Division Director
Salaries ................................................. 50,456.72
Other Personal Services ......................... ........ 3,131.68
E expenses .................................................. 19,721.33
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 423.51
Grants and Aids ................... ............... ........ 192,876.04
Certifications Forward ................................. 556.83
Historic Pensacola Preservation
Transfer to Trust Fund ................. .............. 166,714.00
Historic St. Augustine Preservation
Cross and Sword ....................... .................... 20,000.00
Transfer to Trust Fund ..................................... 169,641.00
Ringling Museum of Art
Salaries ................................................... 251,781.00
Stephen Foster Memorial
Salaries ................................................ 10,348.54
Expenses .................................................. 54,518.49
Asolo State Theatre
Expenses ............................................. 72,000.00
Historic Tallahassee Preservation
Transfer to Trust Fund ..................................... 80,000.00
Historic Key West Preservation
Transfer to Trust Fund ............... ..................... 50,000.00

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND TREASURER
Office of Treasurer and Division of Administration:
Salaries ............................................. 642,245.39
Expenses ......... .................................. 192,135.81
Division of Treasury:
Salaries ................................................... 239,065.26
Other Personal Services ................................... 1,440.89
Expenses ......... .................................. 132,095.66
Operating Capital Outlay ..................... ........ 13,460.63
Certifications Forward .......... ........ ............... 5,067.68
Division of Insurance Consumer Services:
Salaries ............... .... .............................. 1,960,144.12
Other Personal Services ................................ 2,046.09
Expenses ......... ........................... .... 868,979.08
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 22,231.50
Certifications Forward ............................... 7,942.15

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Commissioner and State Board Staff:
Salaries ......................... ......... .............. 1,835,376.72
Other Personal Services .............. .................... 56,893.26
Expenses.............................. .. ............... 1,138,739.93
Operating Capital Outlay .............................. 22,562.61
Certifications Forward ............... ...................... 4,292.96

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Grants and Aids
Payment of General Scholarships ..........................
Payment of Nursing Scholarships ..........................
Payment of Seminole Indians Scholarships ..................
Payment of Exceptional Child Scholarships ..................
Board of Regents Scholarships ...........................
Children of Deceased Veterans ............. .........
Student Assistance Grant Fund
Payment of Scholarships ...................... ...........
Division of Elementary and Secondary Education:
General Office
Old Appropriation .. .............. ......................
Salaries ................................ .. .............
Other Personal Services ..................... ...........
Expenses ................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ........................... ........
Certifications Forward ........................... .......
Grants and Aids
Payment of General Scholarships .........................
Payment of Nursing Scholarships ...........................
Payment of Exceptional Child Scholarships ..................
Board of Regents Scholarships ..............................
Educational Leadership Training Act .....................
Community School Program ............................
Educational Broadcast System ..............................
Safe Schools ................. ..........................
Exceptional Child Education
Fixed Capital Outlay Section 4 ...........................
Educational Research and Development Program
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ....................... .......................
Certifications Forward ................ .................
Driver Education
Aid to Counties ........................................
Florida Educational Funding Program
Aid to Counties ........................................
School Lunch Program
Aid to Counties ........................................
Extended Year Program
Aid to Counties ................ .. ......................
Certifications Forward ...................................
Vision Material Center
Aid to Counties .........................................
Certifications Forward ....................................
Textbook Program
Purchase of Textbooks .....................................
Certifications Forward ..................................
Division of Vocational Education:
Salaries .................................................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses ............ ..... ..... ......... ..... ....... .
Grants and Aids-Career Education ........................
Certifications Forward ............. ....................
Manpower Development and Training
Transfers to Trust Fund ....................... ...........
Division of Community Colleges:
Salaries ............... .... .................. ...........
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses ...... ................ .. ..............
Operating Capital Outlay ................ .................
Certifications Forward ..................................

73


174,692.00
18,650.00
2,800.00
122,158.87
137,032.00
14,125.00

3,224,111.00


15.86
2,420,242.35
668,771.17
1,112,361.40
824,549.27
390,456.78

30,460.00
4,500.00
23,586.00
980.00
135,480.00
981,230.24
399,997.28
1,837,750.00

3,741,909.59

29,587.87
4,295.18
696,868.59

2,242,270.17

827,369,206.00

3,591,389.88

686,176.00
17,324.00

53,291.71
64,627.41

11,633,907.23
378,290.17

403,043.34
1,388.90
53,666.91
5,000,000.00
9,828.31

332,000.00

370,502.47
26,765.73
84,557.71
55,179.25
5,546.96









Community College Program Fund
Aid to Counties ........................................
Florida School for Deaf and Blind:
Administrative
Salaries .................. ............................
Other Personal Services ................ .... .........
Expenses ...... .................. ..............
Food Products .........................................
Operating Capital Outlay ............... ......... .... ......
Grants and Aids ............... ......................
Certifications Forward .......... .. ..................
Division of Universities:
Salaries ................. .. .. ........................
Other Personal Services ...................................
Expenses ................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ...............................
Certifications Forward ....................................
Regional Education
Expenses .... .............................................
First Accredited Medical School-University of Miami
E expenses ............ ...... ............... .. ..........
Institute on Higher Education Opportunities
E expenses ............ ............ ................ ......
Southern Region Council on Mental Health-Training
and Research
Expenses ........... ................. ..............
Community Hospital Education Programs
Other Personal Services .............................
Expenses ....... ............. .... ..............
Grants and Aids ................. ..... ...............
University of Florida:
Educational and General
Salaries ............................. .................
Other Personal Services ..................... ............
Expenses ................ .........................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Fixed Capital Outlay .................. .............
Health Center Administrative
Salaries ................................. .............
Other Personal Services ..............................
Expenses .................................................
Operating Capital Outlay .... .............................
Certifications Forward ......................... ..........
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
Salaries ................. ........... ...............
Other Personal Services ........... .......................
Expenses ............................ ................
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences-Administrative
Salaries .................................................
Other Personal Services ....................... ........ ..
Expenses .......... ....... .........................
Operating Capital Outlay ................ .................
Certifications Forward .....................................
College of Veterinary Medicine
Salaries ...................... .... ................
Architectural Fees .........................................
Other Personal Services ....................... ...... ....
Expenses ................................... .........
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Certifications Forward ..................... ...... ........

74


121,229,334.00


3,599,400.51
21,187.50
419,684.38
177,978.92
173,708.95
28,835.77
6,259.46

1,418,925.04
103,678.82
368,158.65
33,153.84
9,836.53

1,056,598.00

3,365,425.18

10,000.00


8,000.00

7,110.58
8,603.50
919,889.08


39,727,276.28
4,013,244.38
7,481,530.49
2,404,912.95
135.20

14,472,278.00
1,115,148.00
4,603,326.00
902,000.00
222,749.94

312,232.00
180,000.00
99,768.00
158,000.00

17,681,801.29
840,058.28
2,672,768.25
752,781.20
219,168.80

126,997.33
125,322.95
5,077.77
24,758.90
27,284.26
6,399.71









Florida State University:
Educational and General
Salaries ..................... .......................
Other Personal Services ............. ...................
Expenses ................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ................ ...................
Certifications Forward .....................................
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University:
Educational and General
Salaries ................. ....... ...................
Other Personal Services ...................................
E expenses ........... ..... ........... ................. .
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Florida Technological University:
Educational and General
Salaries ................................. ...............
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses .................... ......................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
University of South Florida:
Educational and General
Salaries ...............................................
Other Personal Services ......................................
Expenses .................................... ........
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Medical Center
Salaries ...................................................
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses ........................... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Certifications Forward ....................... ...........
Florida Atlantic University:
Educational and General
Salaries .................................... ..........
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses ......................... .... ... ...........
Operating Capital Outlay ................... ................
University of West Florida:
Educational and General
Salaries ......................... ........ ...............
Other Personal Services ................ .................
Expenses .................... ......................
Operating Capital Outlay ................ ................
Florida International University:
Educational and General
Salaries ...................... ........... ...... ......
Other Personal Services ...................................
Expenses .............................................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................................
Certifications Forward ..................................
University of North Florida:
Educational and General
Salaries ............... ........... ......... ...........
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses ............................. .... ...........
Operating Capital Outlay .................................
Certifications Forward ...................................
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
Office of the Secretary:
Salaries .............................. ......... .........

75


33,848,753.10
286,026.00
856,126.00
318,033.00
351,243.00


8,871,228.17
283,646.08
1,136,481.51
414,104.17


10,398,122.94
308,741.60
1,383,884.04
588,145.16


12,056,386.04
149,701.74
674,324.16
158,517.81

2,638,874.82
39,729.95
269,917.12
360,103.77
48,003.38


10,570,221.28
453,813.05
776,933.88
51,321.49


1,462,927.00
30,485.00
194,635.00
107,819.00


10,070,515.88
638,705.31
2,156,458.82
925,190.12
233,724.51


5,135,344.25
211,065.01
797,733.12
(3,785.25)
285,211.94


226,789.54









Other Personal Services .................................... 26,383.43
Expenses .................................................. 81,830.03
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 18,120.71
Environmental Land Management Study Committee:
Salaries ..................... ...................... ...... 39,291.23
Other Personal Services .................................... 39,596.02
Expenses ................................................. 38,029.99
Certifications Forward .................................... 3,631.11
State Officer's Compensation Commission:
Other Personal Services .................................... 14,500.00
Expenses ................ ........... 1,762.30
Division of Budget:
Salaries ................................................... 733,734.31
Other Personal Services ................................... 30,077.26
Expenses ......... .............................. .. 130,534.19
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 9,741.00
Certifications Forward ................... ................. 37,257.22
Mandatory Fuel Allocation Program
Salaries ................................................... 50,076.21
Other Personal Services ................ ...... ........... 2,077.17
Expenses .................................................. 9,038.22
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 1,055.90
Lump Sum-Cost of Living Research Study .................. 270,000.00
Lump Sum-Membership Dues-
Southern Interstate Nuclear Board .......................... 10,000.00
Lump Sum-Membership Dues-National Committee
on Uniform Traffic Codes and Laws ......................... 1,000.00
Other Personal Services .................. .................. 13,250.00
Deficiency Fund
State Officers' Compensation Commission-Transfers ........ 536.56
Secretary of State-Other Personal Services ................. 2,227.12
Emergency Fund
Department of Military Affairs-Expenses ................... 3,033.49
Division of State Planning:
Salaries ................... ............................... 531,164.00
Other Personal Services .................................... 56,430.92
Expenses ..... .................... ... .. .................. 119,578.36
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 4,601.12
Grants and Aids .............. ...... ......... ............. 388,697.00
Lump Sum-Energy Need Study ........................... 135,000.00
Certifications Forward .................. ............... 39,776.99
Prevention of Euthrophication of
Lake Okeechobee-Administrative
Salaries ............................................. 27,846.51
Other Personal Services ................................... 1,170.00
Expenses................................ .. ....... 1,110.02
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 1,988.45
Ecological Studies
Grants and Aids .............................. ..... ... .. 205,000.00
Land Use and Ownership Mapping
Other Personal Services .................................... 15,808.08
Governor's Council on Criminal Justice
Control ..................... ............... ......... 98,200.00
Grants and Aids ................. ......................... 1,053,000.00
Division of Retirement:
School Teachers Pensions
Benefits ...................................... .......... 63,070.81
Retirement of State Officials and Employees
Benefits ................................. .. ............... 931,336.01
Retirement of Justices and Judges
Benefits .......................................... ........ 73,006.78

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Confederate Pensions
Benefits ................................ ........... 26,400.00
Special Pension and Relief Acts
Benefits ..................................... ......... 12,268.64
Florida National Guard Retirement
Benefits ............................... ............ 216,146.25


DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Office of Secretary:
Salaries ........................... ....................... 176,117.94
Other Personal Services ................... ............... 1,054.09
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 2,537.39
Commission on Human Relations
Salaries ........................................... 86,199.42
Other Personal Services .................................... 3,261.69
Expenses .................... ............................ 37,994.78
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 1,650.04
Certifications Forward ..................................... 431.91
Division of Economic Opportunity:
Salaries .............................. ............. ....... 14,232.33
Expenses .......................... ..................... 491.87
Division of Emergency Government:
Administrative
Salaries ............................................. 148,188.92
Other Personal Services .................................... 1,421.75
Expenses ..................... ........................ 47,384.67
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 323.18
Division of Veterans Affairs:
Administrative
Salaries ............................. .................. ... 518,753.90
Expenses ................. ........... .................... 40,964.75
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 3,691.17
Certifications Forward ..................................... 220.73
Division of Technical Assistance:
Salaries ................................................... 194,860.92
Other Personal Services .................. ................. 21,253.14
Expenses ........................ .... ................ 55,403.89
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 6,760.65
Certifications Forward .................................... 296.24
Division of Training and Professional Development:
Bureau of Police Standards-Administrative
Salaries ..................... .................... ...... 122,406.00
Other Personal Services ................. ...... .......... 1,557.10
Expenses .............................. ...... ......... 61,303.76
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 377.15
Certifications Forward ..................................... 734.25
Bureau of Fire College-Administrative
Salaries ..................... ......................... 105,158.51
Other Personal Services ............... .. .................. 6,951.56
Expenses ................... .......... ... ............. .. 47,574.42
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 6,749.81
Certifications Forward ................... ................ 2,963.59
Bureau of Fire Fighters Standards-Administrative
Salaries ......................................... ...... 53,580,62
Expenses ................ ..... ...... ........... ...... 19,397.71
Certifications Forward ............... ... ................ 156.00
Division of Migrant Labor:
Salaries ................................................ ... 36,682.46
Expenses ................................ .. ......... 9,063.24
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 99.99


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DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION
Office of Executive Director:
Salaries .................................................. 177,815.83
Other Personal Services .................................... 15,227.42
Expenses .................................................. 300,861.86
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 12,068.48
Certifications Forward .................... ................ 33,266.71
Division of Hotels and Restaurants:
Salaries ............................ ................. 1,392,355.13
Other Personal Services ............... .................... 62,005.03
Expenses ................. ................................ 322,010.25
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 57,628.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 2,949.86
Industry Education Program
Expenses ............................................ 53,303.00
Division of Beverage:
Salaries ............................. ........ ............. 2,351,296.60
Other Personal Services ................... ................ 19,648.91
Expenses ................. ................................ 629,956.15
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 22,293.28
Certifications Forward ..................................... 14,238.03
Division of General Regulation:
Salaries ............................ .................... 106,307.84
Other Personal Services .................. ................. 75.78
Expenses .................... ............. ........... 27,086.72
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 5,332.06
Certifications Forward ..................................... 631.14

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of the Secretary and Division of Administration:
Salaries ............................ ... ......... ........ 510,183.00
Other Personal Services .................................... 8,906.00
Expenses .................................................. 184,642.21
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 14,883.06
Certifications Forward ........... .......................... 3,751.35
Division of Labor:
Salaries ............................... ........ ........... 251,136.97
Other Personal Services ..................... ............... 1,633.94
Expenses .................... ...................... ...... 54,070.68
Operating Capital Outlay ................ ................... 2,938.83
Division of Employment Security:
Salaries ....... ..................... ................... .. 73,652.59
Expenses ............................................ 13,459.83
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 2,025.46
Certifications Forward ................... .................. 194.50
Division of Tourism:
Salaries ............................................. 480,176.96
Other Personal Services .................................... 5,837.12
Expenses-Administration .................................. 158,110.61
Expenses-Advertising and Promotion ...................... 854,623.73
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 4,836.62
Tourist Survey ..................................... ....... 63,335.25
Division of Commercial Development:
General Activities
Salaries ................................................... 343,430.93
Other Personal Services .......... ......................... 10,111.09
Expenses-Administration ................................ 128,237.17
Expenses-Advertising and Promotion ...................... 242,648.65
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 1,712.58
Expenses-Rural Economic Development ................... 76,275.50
Certifications Forward .................................... 1,741.55

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Office of Secretary and Division of Administration:
Reimbursement to Working Capital Trust Fund for
Primary Right-of-way Acquisition ..........................
Division of Road Operations:
Reimbursement to Working Capital Trust Fund From
Loan for Advanced Interstate Construction .................

DEPARTMENT OF POLLUTION
Salaries ................. .......................
Other Personal Services ....................... ..........
Expenses ........................... ... .............
Operating Capital Outlay ............................ ....
Certifications Forward .............................. .......
Ecological Studies
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ................ ........... ........ ......
Operating Capital Outlay .... ...........................
Improvements in Monitoring and Testing
Salaries .................... ............................
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses .................... ......................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................................

DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL
REGULATION
Office of Secretary and Division of General Services:
Salaries ........................ ...................
Other Personal Services .................. ................
Expenses .................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ........................ ..........
Certifications Forward .......................... ..... ....
Division of Professions:
Board of Optometry-Scholarships
Payment of Scholarships .................. ............

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES
Office of Secretary and Division of Administrative Services:
Salaries ...............................................
Other Personal Services ............................ ......
Expenses ...................................... ............
Operating Capital Outlay ................... ............
Lump Sum-State Institutions Claims .......................
Certifications Forward ....... ...................... ....
Drug Abuse Program
Salaries .............. ................................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses......... ........ ........................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................... ...... ... .
Grants and Aids ................ ........................
Certifications Forward ..................... ................
Division of Planning and Evaluation:
General Office
Salaries .............................................
Other Personal Services ...................... ..........
Expenses ............................... ..............
Operating Capital Outlay ................ ................
Lump Sum-Kidney Disease Program ......................
Grants and Aids .......................................
Certifications Forward ..................... ..............

79


8,416,447.95


18,409,687.17


3,289,552.45
93,971.48
603,772.08
63,162.30
85,192,743.57

33,905.57
5,418.25
1,055.56

18,118.99
5,072.35
9,658.44
44,858.59




192,421.29
17,033.62
279,237.61
3,368.85
28,495.77


15,000.00




845,189.59
56,534.42
337,722.98
24,238.95
3,107.78
55,569.85

504,280.00
42,832.86
175,601.09
1,072.50
620,827.48
23,745.02


376,398.00
16,246.58
139,327.61
642.52
50,000.00
184,774.50
25,939.24








Bureau of Community Medical Facilities
Old Appropriation ................. .. ....... ............. 5,300.00
Expenses .................... ....................... ..... 742.73
Certifications Forward ................. .................. 1,042.94
Division of Childrens Medical Center:
Salaries ............................................. 1,020,505.95
Other Personal Services ................. .. ...... ........ 4,678.40
Expenses................. ................................ 346,085.53
Operating Capital Outlay ............... .................... 26,561.57
Patient Services ........................................... 4,456,676.01
Division of Corrections:
General Office
Salaries ...................................... ... ....... 977,503.43
Other Personal Services .................................. 22,012.96
Expenses ......... ........................... .... 558,426.81
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 39,528.69
Return of Parole Violators ................ ................ 22,710.95
Discharge and Travel Pay ................ ................. 263,694.91
Certifications Forward ................. .. .............. (831.54)
Apalachee Correctional Institution
Salaries ............................ ............. ......... 2,029,602.94
Other Personal Services ........... ........ ... ... .......... 5,521.79
Expenses ......... ................................ 423,508.61
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 31,970.36
Food Products ............................................. 349,588.32
Certifications Forward ..................................... 7,286.67
Avon Park Correctional Institution
Salaries ............................ ........... ... ...... 1,433,788.22
Expenses ................................................. 442,721.66
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 48,353.22
Food Products ............................................. 241,045.87
Certifications Forward .................................... 11,568.81
Florida Correctional Institution
Salaries ............................................ 2,348,021.77
Other Personal Services ............................ ....... 5,933.25
Expenses ................. .............................. 457,743.31
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 56,592.52
Food Products ............................................. 239,653.33
Certifications Forward ......... ...................... 57,642.35
Florida State Prison
Salaries ............................................ 3,067,265.51
Other Personal Services .................................... 6,068.81
Expenses.................. ... .......................... 450,242.76
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 88,452.34
Food Products ............................................. 489,908.00
Certifications Forward .................... ................ 1,146.11
Glades Correctional Institution
Salaries ..................... .................. .......... 1,746,754.12
Other Personal Services .................................... 7,999.05
Expenses ........................ ............... ........ 341,913.16
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 71,396.60
Food Products ................ ............................ 240,577.51
Certifications Forward .................................... 48,460.42
Sumter Correctional Institution
Salaries ...................... ...................... 2,167,033.73
Other Personal Services ................ ... ............... 4,262.47
Expenses ................. ................................ 430,907.89
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 41,557.64
Food Products .......................... ..... .. .......... 298,003.88
Certifications Forward .............. ...................... 11,131.24
DeSoto Correctional Institution


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Salaries ................................. ..............
Other Personal Services ............................. .......
Expenses ......... ...... ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay .. ...... ..........................
Food Products ................. ..........................
Certifications Forward ............................. ......
Reception and Medical Center
Salaries ..................................................
Other Personal Services ........................... .........
Expenses .................................. ............
Operating Capital Outlay .............. ................
Food Products ................. ..........................
Fixed Capital Outlay ............... ....................
Certifications Forward ...................................
Research and Treatment Center
Salaries ..............................................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses .......... ...... ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay ...............................
Community Correctional Centers
Salaries ...................................................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses.......... ......... .......................
Operating Capital Outlay ............. ...... ............
Food Products ...........................................
FCO-Construction of Community Correctional Centers .....
Lake Correctional Institution
Salaries ........................................ .......
Other Personal Services .......................... .......
Expenses.......... ..... ...........................
Food Products ................................. .......
Union Correctional Institution
Salaries .................................................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses .................... .... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ................................
Food Products ..........................................
Certifications Forward .................. ................
Cross City Correctional Institution
Salaries ..............................................
Other Personal Services ................................
Expenses .......... ...... ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay ................................
Food Products ............. ................... .......
Division of Youth Services:
General Office
Salaries .................................................
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses ........... .... ............. ...............
Operating Capital Outlay ...............................
Certifications Forward ............. ....................
Aftercare Program
Salaries ..............................................
Other Personal Services ........................ ........
Expenses ........................... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Certifications Forward .......................................
Arthur G. Dozier School For Boys-Marianna
Salaries ............................................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ...................... ........ ... .........

81


1,449,700.51
443.34
325,038.68
61,241.86
240,098.41
8,559.32

3,482,013.98
7,808.41
990,287.03
50,502.40
429,801.17
30,726.28
2,945.00

143,404.84
114.94
12,061.52
423.64

1,912,465.81
46,244.66
985,242.98
307,337.61
534,426.89
355,622.39

448,170.88
964.27
85,199.41
33,153.21

3,945,021.53
11,897.48
1,028,461.15
101,271.14
669,353.14
18,964.02

798,969.72
1,848.22
128,626.89
(541.23)
76,174.52


1,008,625.77
27,370.39
642,727.01
56,619.12
2,435.71

10,653,367.57
1,488.04
2,876,027.52
14,437.38
28,698.52

2,336,370.74
28,779.92
640,224.07









Operating Capital Outlay ................... .............
Food Products ...................... ......... ........
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee
Salaries .................................. ...........
Other Personal Services .................................
Expenses .................... ......................
Operating Capital Outlay .............................
Food Products .................... .......................
Certifications Forward ...................................
Alyce D. McPherson School for Girls at Ocala and Forest Hills
Salaries ................... ................... .........
Other Personal Services ......................... .........
Expenses ................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................................
Food Products .................. .................. .......
Certifications Forward ........................ ............
Gilchrist County Training School
Salaries ................................. .................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ............... ................
Food Products .................. ........................
Certifications Forward ............................. .... ...
Halfway House Program
Salaries .............................. ..... ..........
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ..............................................
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Food Products ................ .......................
Certifications Forward ............. ..................
Detention Services
Salaries .................... ..... ...... ...................
Other Personal Services ............... ........... ......
Expenses ........................... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ................ ...............
Food Products ..........................................
Certifications Forward ....................................
Division of Mental Health:
Administrative
Salaries .................... ........................
Other Personal Services ......................... ........
Expenses ..................................................
Grants and Aids ...........................................
Operating Capital Outlay ..... ......................... ....
Certifications Forward ................ ..................
Mental Health Institute
Salaries ...................... .......................
Other Personal Services .................... ..............
Expenses ................................... ..........
Florida State Hospital
Salaries .................. .. .... .... ....... ............
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses ................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ................. ...............
Food Products ................. ..........................
Certifications Forward ...................................
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital
Salaries ................................. .................
Other Personal Services ................................
Expenses ................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ............. .....................

82


97,609.16
131,041.09

2,521,955.00
29,039.66
622,197.60
82,406.75
154,469.31
138.50

1,404,565.24
13,965.00
198,025.37
25,109.52
69,692.52
16,296.34

1,476,244.58
51,799.80
241,658.81
26,621.37
69,343.12
13,936.93

1,486,030.89
22,468.08
938,976.47
80,858.34
147,711.32
257,534.28

3,282,562.63
18,852.07
475,373.61
234,056.83
195,467.31
89,210.56


1,638,927.63
85,128.25
806,777.12
15,018,072.10
11,542.61
78,245.17

712,564.69
34,539.43
160,219.89

21,296,964.03
122,890.14
2,225,492.13
168,574.25
1,451,173.31
242,171.96

7,758,532.25
38,384.78
846,426.38
92,839.64









Food Products ................. ..................... ..
Northeast Florida State Hospital
Old Appropriation ......................................
Salaries ............................................
Other Personal Services ................ ..............
Expenses.......... ....... .........................
Operating Capital Outlay ...............................
Food Products ............................................
Certifications Forward ............................ .........
South Florida State Hospital
Salaries .......... .......... .............................
Other Personal Services ....................... ..........
Expenses ........... .................................
Operating Capital Outlay .................... .............
Food Products ...........................................
Certifications Forward ........................................
Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation-Administrative
Salaries ..................... ............................
Other Personal Services ....................... ..........
Expenses ................. ............................
Grants and Aids .......................................
Operating Capital Outlay ...............................
Food Products ................. ..........................
Certifications Forward ..................................
Division of Retardation:
General Office and Community Mental Retardation Program
Salaries ............... ............................
Other Personal Services .................. ................
Expenses ...... .............. ..................
Grants and Aids ......................................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................................
Community Residential Services ............................
Day Care Program ......................................
Certifications Forward ..................... .............
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville
Salaries .............................................
Other Personal Services ....................................
Expenses ............... ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay ...................................
Food Products ...........................................
Certifications Forward ..................................
Sunland Training Center at Fort Myers
Salaries ................. .................... ..........
Other Personal Services .............. ... .............. .
Expenses ............................. .............
Operating Capital Outlay ..................................
Food Products ............................................
Certifications Forward ............................ .. .......
Sunland Hospital in Orlando
Old Appropriation .......................................
Salaries .................................................
Other Personal Services ...................................
Expenses ...... ............... .................
Operating Capital Outlay ............... ..............
Food Products ..........................................
Certifications Forward ....................................
Sunland Training Center at Marianna
Salaries ...................................................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses..........................................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................


83


488,393.65

296.67
7,173,485.31
28,321.38
775,333.09
83,024.14
367,937.68
17,156.79

10,206,125.33
89,310.92
893,434.26
118,224.16
650,707.35
57,201.69

1,028,635.41
53,018.18
186,070.57
37,103.45
19,226.62
36,421.91
25,935.22


768,334.80
267,085.39
392,434.81
1,457,614.33
23,053.95
1,445,342.80
168,543.99
11,860.77

9,838,480.08
50,881.60
1,194,139.33
103,766.62
672,563.59
5,402.89

4,462,880.02
32,674.21
743,114.66
28,510.71
401,078.34
5,688.58

149.70
6,600,584.46
60,736.46
594,820.66
58,674.34
323,237.15
140,194.16

4,629,253.62
30,663.54
590,459.04
87,480.94








Food Products ............................................. 361,605.61
Certifications Forward .................................... (549.40)
Sunland Training Center at Miami
Salaries ..................................... ............. 5,253,352.24
Other Personal Services .................................... 23,174.18
Expenses............................. .......... ... 592,303.11
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 57,030.67
Food Products ............................................. 365,949.56
Certifications Forward ..................................... 104,970.18
Sunland Training Center at Tallahassee
Salaries ............................................. 3,828,316.26
Other Personal Services ....................... ............. 45,468.66
Expenses.................................................. 389,252.90
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 33,640.29
Food Products ............................................. 187,491.76
Certifications Forward ....................... ............ 62,154.71
Regional Community Center at St. Petersburg
Salaries ................................................... 9,779.71
Other Personal Services ........................ ............. 29.26
Expenses ........................................... .... 8,068.70
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 6,211.74
Food Products ................... ............. ....... 443.15
Regional Community Center at Jacksonville
Salaries .. ................................................. 9,937.22
Other Personal Services ................................... 1,737.98
Expenses .. ................................................ 5,796.41
Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 3,511.42
Food Products ............................................. 238.06
Regional Community Centers
Old Appropriation ................... ...................... 227.98
Salaries ................................................... 1,866,663.30
Other Personal Services .................................... 14,230.77
Expenses .................................................. 430,421.54
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 49,909.33
Food Products ............................................. 8,991.04
Lump Sum-Purchase of Services ........................... 59,193.63
Certifications Forward ......... ............. ...... (5,075.28)
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation:
Administrative
E expenses .................................................. 43,819.73
Patient Services ........................................... 4,263,392.40
Certifications Forward .................................... 78,772.68
Bureau of Blind Services-Medical and Social Services
Salaries ................................................... 555,146.73
Other Personal Services .................................... 13,025.08
Expenses .................................................. 518,804.81
Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 7,684.24
Certifications Forward .................................... 17,572.87
Bureau of Crippled Children
Salaries ................................................... 361,758.67
Other Personal Services .................................... 216,570.51
Expenses .................................................. 742,557.02
Operating Capital Outlay ............. ......... ........... 1,982.96
Patient Services ........................................... 364,454.39
Certifications Forward ..................................... 401,163.99
Bureau of Crippled Children--Cystic Fibrosis Program
Other Personal Services .................................... 2,219.00
Expenses .................................................. 28,574.59
Certifications Forward ..................................... 3,504.77
Division of Family Services:
General Administration

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Salaries-Transfers .....................................
Other Personal Services-Transfers .........................
Expenses-Transfers ............... ................. .
Operating Capital Outlay-Transfers .......................
Food Products-Transfers ............... ............
Certifications Forward ............................ .......
Direct Assistance Programs
Salaries-Transfers .................. .......... ......
Old Age Assistance-Transfers ...........................
Aid to the Blind- Transfers ...... ..........................
Aid to the Permanently and Totally Disabled-Transfers .....
Aid to Families with Dependent Children-Transfers ........
Medical Care Programs
Physician Services-Transfers ............................
Hospital In-Patient Services-Transfers ....................
Skilled Nursing Home Care and Intermediate
Facility Care- Transfers ............................. ..
Drugs-Transfers .....................................
Hospital Out-Patient Services-Transfers ....................
Other Lab and X-Ray Services-Transfers ...................
Family Planning-Transfers ............................
Supplementary Medical Insurance-Transfers ...............
Hospital Insurance Benefits-Transfers ....................
Home Health Services-Transfers .........................
Medical Screening and Treatment of Children-Transfers ....
Patient Transportation-Transfers .........................
Lump Sum-Administer Medical Services ...................
Services Program
Child Welfare Services-Transfers ..........................
Child Day Care-Transfers .................................
Division of Health:
General Public Health
Salaries .................................. .................
Other Personal Services ........................ .........
Expenses .............................. ..........
Grants-Kidney Disease Program .........................
Operating Capital Outlay .................... ...........
Grants-Emergency Medical Services ......................
Certifications Forward ............................. ......
Grants to Localities and Counties ..........................
Grants to County Health Units
Transfers to Trust Fund ............... ................
Special Septic Tank Program
Transfer to Trust Fund .....................................
Scholarships
M medical Scholarships ................................... ..
Bureau of Tuberculosis
Salaries ................... .........................
Expenses ........ ........... ....................
Division of Aging:
Salaries .... .............. ....................
Other Personal Services ...................... ..........
Expenses ............................ ...............
Grants and Aids ............... ......................

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
General Activities:
Salaries ...................................................
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses ........................... .................
Operating Capital Outlay .................................


85


25,203,348.00
565,399.00
8,806,857.00
292,950.00
11,700.00
65,000.00

57.12
6,439,836.00
406,097.00
4,697,443.00
31,212,654.00

4,092,735.00
11,519,786.00

18,475,103.00
5,607,846.00
2,235,108.00
260,605.00
333.00
2,700,667.00
913,113.00
15,595.00
606,459.00
234,794.00
30,000.00

7,159,113.00
752,501.00


7,202,942.74
29,954.67
2,493,523.11
220,002.00
223,921.97
283,925.00
346.74
2,475,000.00

15,622,145.00

852,170.00

2,000.00

3,100,695.87
48,145.46

185,636.00
3,130.00
73,842.39
103,736.37



705,672.29
10,353.06
412,721.72
37,032.00









Certifications Forward ..................................... 32,806.99
Camp Blanding Management Fund:
Salaries ................................................... 139,325.92
Expenses .................................................. 9,924.97
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 4,033.11
Certifications Forward ................................... 7,741.45
LAW REVISION COUNCIL
Administrative:
Salaries ............................................. 28,579.92
Other Personal Services .................................... 18,324.29
Expenses ............................. ............... ..... 15,698.25
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 2,307.96
Certifications Forward ................ .................. 15,135.44
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION
Administrative:
Other Personal Services ........................ .......... 102,183.71
Expenses................................... ......... ..... 42,250.09
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 233.05
FLORIDA ENERGY COMMITTEE
Administrative:
Other Personal Services ............ ..... .. .... ........... 8,602.03
Expenses ............................... .. .. ......... 2,221.13
DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
Office of Executive Director and Division of Staff Services:
Salaries ................................................... 309,281.54
Expenses .................. ................ ........... 104,799.87
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 12,684.57
Division of Administrative Intelligence:
Salaries ................................................... 24,059.35
Expenses ............... ....... .. ... ........... 12,108.45
Operating Capital Outlay .................. ............... 164.14
Certifications Forward .................... ................. 43,078.23
Division of Operations:
Salaries ................................................... 2,181,492.26
Other Personal Services ........... .................. 444.11
Expenses ................... .. ........... ............ 1,002,284.60
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 204,729.20
Certifications Forward .................... ................. 28,605.95
Division of Training and Inspection:
Salaries ..................................... .......... 143,035.27
Expenses .................... ........................ 44,971.65
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 1,033.22
Certifications Forward .................................... 8,462.23
Division of Intelligence and Information:
Salaries ...................... .................. ........ 1,414,226.77
Other Personal Services ................... ................ 3,193.23
Expenses ........ ................... .............. 2,950,609.28
Operating Capital Outlay ........ .................... 22,896.14
Certifications Forward ..................................... 15,979.92
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Office of Executive Director:
Salaries ............................................... 424,802.33
Other Personal Services ................................... 1,260.26
Expenses ...... .................. ............ 112,007.05
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 10,030.34
Certifications Forward .................................... 2,080.23
Division of Purchasing:
Administrative

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Salaries ....................................... .......... 530,698.06
Other Personal Services .................................... 1,414.36
Expenses.................. .............. ................. 189,639.17
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 4,152.29
Certifications Forward .................................... 15,699.81
Division of Electronic Data Processing:
Administrative
Salaries ............................. .................... 427,922.37
Other Personal Services .................... .............. 1,796.77
Expenses .................................................. 85,275.57
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 1,461.87
Certifications Forward ..................................... 783.01
Mayo Data Center
Salaries .............. .............. ..................... 560,314.50
Other Personal Services ........................... ........ .. 8,112.29
Expenses ................................................. 337,350.96
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 2,028.86
Certifications Forward .................................... 6,472.04
Larson Data Center
Salaries .............................. .................. 464,651.21
Expenses .................... ......................... 379,213.60
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 1,999.48
Certifications Forward ..................................... 3,161.95
Division of Building Construction and Maintenance:
Administrative
Salaries ................... ............... .............. ....... 1,444,138.57
Other Personal Services ............................... .. .34,794.49
Expenses............................. .. ........ ... 858,377.26
Lease Purchase Payments .................................. 1,657,000.00
Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 11,725.48
Transfer to Supervision Trust Fund ........................ 90,833.25
Certifications Forward ..................................... 65,500.35

CAPITAL OUTLAY CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS-
CHAPTER 65-135
Division of Mental Health:
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital
Continued Treatment Building-Replacement ............... 170.66

CAPITAL OUTLAY CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS-
CHAPTER 67-300
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions:
Capital Center Electrical System ............................ 129,244.84
Division of Youth Services:
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee
Gymnasium .............................................. 9,556.95
Renovation and Replacement of Water and Sewage Line ..... 6,664.14
Division of Corrections:
Avon Park Correctional Institution
Sewage Distribution System-Contingent ................... 121,918.80
Florida State Prison
Renovate Old Administration Building ...................... 3,432.62
Glades Correctional Institution
W warehouse ............... ........................... .... 39.30
Laundry ........................................ ........ 28.95
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital
Intensive Care Building-Completion ....................... 11,923.31
Extended Care Building-Replacement ..................... 12,653.41
DeSoto Correctional Institution
Warehouse Building ....................................... 18,215.99
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind:


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Walker Hall Replacement-New ............................ 8,795.84
Florida Board of Parks and Historic Memorials
Lump Sum ................................................. 175.12
CAPITAL OUTLAY CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS-
CHAPTER 67-301
Division of Youth Services:
Florida School for Boys in Gilchrist County
Lump Sum for 300 Bed School ............................. (170.09)
Division of Mental Retardation:
Duval-St. Johns County Area
Regional Community Mentally Retarded .................... 824.12
CAPITAL OUTLAY CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS-
CHAPTER 68-118
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind:
Buildings and Improvement ................................ 389.90
FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
Division of Construction and Maintenance:
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
Adult Corrections Division
Sewer System at Lowell and Forest Hills .................. 46,262.07
Electrical Renovation-Glades Correctional Institution ...... 2,151.48
Major Repairs and Improvements-Dorr Field.............. 4,563.37
Mental Health Division
Major Repairs and Improvements-Florida State Hospital ... 33,735.83
Retardation Division
Major Repairs-Gainesville...................... ..... 550.00
Additional Cold Storage-Gainesville ...................... 1,581.00
Youth Services Division
Replacement of Water and Sewage Pipe-Okeechobee ...... 14,034.79
Department of Agriculture
Forestry Division
Lump Sum ....................... ............. ........ 680.30
Department of Natural Resources
Recreation and Park Division
Lump Sum ................. ............... ........... 16,837.89
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
Florida Highway Patrol Division
Additional Facilities and Alterations ....................... 4,348.31
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services:
Adult Corrections Division
Planning New Facility or Addition to Community Centers .. 13,402.14
Electrical System Renovation-Florida State Prison ......... 43,070.06
Hospital Equipment Group 2 and 3-Reception
and Medical Center ..................................... 2,549.31
Vocational and Maintenance Shops Equipment-
Sumter Correctional Institution ............................ 2,100.02
Convert Breezeway to Testing Space-Reception
and Medical Center ..................................... 4,767.55
Two Inmate Housing Complexes-Sumter
Correctional Institution .................................. 317,329.78
Academic Building-Sumter Correctional Institution ........ 13,095.65
Enclosing Inmate Visit Area-Reception
and Medical Center ...................... .... ..... ....... 516.74
Youth Services Division
Sewage Treatment Plant-Marianna ....................... (545.00)
Maintenance Building-Gilchrist County ................... 1,175.00
Mental Health Division
Major Repairs and Improvement-G. Pierce Wood
Memorial Hospital ...................... .... ............ 19.65

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Air-Condition Project-Florida State Hospital .............. 290,316.89
Remodel and Air-Condition Existing Facilities-
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital ....................... 5,760.23
Medical, Surgical and Infirmary Air-Condition-
South Florida State Hospital .............................. 1,422.00
Retardation Division
Recreation and Resident Service Building-Gainesville ..... 1,058.00
Central Warehouse-Gainesville ........................... 10,698.99
Laundry-Marianna ........................................ 44,346.48
Health Division
Regional Laboratory Building-Miami ..................... 7,238.50
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles:
Highway Patrol Division
Addition and Improvements to Present Patrol Stations ...... 24,689.73
Judicial:
Supreme Court
Elevator-South Wing of Library ......................... 1,240.00
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services:
Division of Plant Industry-Biological Control Unit .......... 37.08
Lump Sum ................................................. 115.00

FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY-1971-72
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services:
Division of Forestry
Carey State Forest Environmental Educational Center ....... 685.34
First Phase BRSF Environmental Education Center .......... 30,759.37
Lump Sum ....................... ....................... 4,782.26
Doyle Conner Building Research Greenhouses .............. 7,487.51
Biological Control Unit ..................................... 74,967.80
Department of Education:
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
Renovation and Air-Conditioning of Vocational Building ..... 22,390.95
Preventive Maintenance on Roofs ........................... 54,037.84
Department of General Services:
Division of Building Construction and Maintenance
Fire Escapes- Capital ...................................... 12,896.43
Capital Center Heating-Feasibility Plan .................... 26,800.00
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services:
Division of Corrections
Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovations-
Florida Correctional Institution ............................ 79,980.42
Sewage-Water Plant-Apalachee
Correctional Institution ........................ ......... 6,240.83
Floor Replacement-Apalachee
Correctional Institution .... ............................. 11,822.90
Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovations-
DeSoto Correctional Institution ............................ 60,379.86
Minimum Security Unit Addition-Florida
State Prison ...................................... ....... 6,080.40
Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovations-Glades
Correctional Institution ................................... 7,943.79
Division of Youth Services
Recreation Courts-Florida School for Girls-
Ocala and Forest Hills ................. .................. 2,672.67
Maintenance Shop-Florida School for Girls-
Ocala and Forest Hills .......................... .......... 1,849.20
Division of Mental Health
Fire Safety Deficiency Correction-Florida
State Hospital .......................... .............. 8,653.75
Electrical Renovation-South Florida
State Hospital ................... ........ ............ 47,831.49


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Steam Line Replacement-South
Florida State Hospital ..................................... 23,629.37
Air-Conditioning Treatment Building-South
Florida State Hospital ..................................... 29,941.20
Air-Condition and Remodel Treatment Building-
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital ........................ 584,049.08
Air-Condition Treatment Building-Northeast
Florida State Hospital ............... ................ .... 158,187.50
Air-Condition Geriatric Building-South
Florida State Hospital ............................... ... 275,623.47
Shop Addition and Storage South
Florida State Hospital ................ .................. 92,423.53
Division of Retardation
Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovation-Gainesville ......... 246,427.10
Elevator Renovation-Orlando ............................ 6,649.61
Additional Boiler-Orlando ........ ......... .............. 2,184.00
W arehouse- Orlando ....................................... 1,568.99
Maintenance Office-Fort Myers ........................... 1,374.29
Division of Health
Equipment for Special Educational Facility-Marianna ...... 28,638.67
Hospital Air-Conditioning-W.T. Edwards
Tuberculosis Hospital ....................... .............. 630,418.40
Window Replacement-A. G. Holley State Hospital
and W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis Hospital .................. 3,724.00
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles:
Addition to General Headquarters .......................... 854,140.33
Additional Facilities and Additions and Improvements
to Present Facilities ....................................... 195,375.18
Department of Natural Resources:
Division of Recreation and Parks ........................... 27,346.43
REALLOCATIONS-1971-72
Department of Agriculture:
Division of Plant Industry
Biological Control Unit ....................... ... ........ .. 5,407.63
Department of Commerce:
Division of Commercial Development
Addition to Welcome Station-I-75 .......................... 41,318.65
Department of Education:
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
Instructional Activity Area Addition
and Air-Conditioning Moore Hall, Bloxham
and Wartmann Cottages ................................... 16,683.56
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services:
Division of Corrections
Multi-Treatment Complex-Apalachee
Correctional Institution ................................... 99,991.38
Division of Youth Services
Academic and Vocational Building-Marianna ............... 25,105.88
Division of Mental Health
Florida Mental Health Institute-Tampa .................... 3,092,521.22
Plumbing and Electric Warehouse Addition-
Florida State Hospital ..................................... 32,771.29
Division of Retardation
Expansion of Existing School Building-Marianna ........... 104,411.88
Class-I-Torium and Parents Visiting Area-Orlando .......... 1,120.24
Recreation and Resident Services Building-Gainesville ..... 232,737.58
Division of Health
Regional Laboratory Building-Miami ...................... 32,505.62
Judicial Department:
Supreme Court
Elevator-South Wing of Library ........................... 29,760.00

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Department of Natural Resources:
Division of Recreation and Parks
Lump Sum ..................... ............ ............ 208,448.83

FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY-CHAPTER 71-13
Acquisition of Real Property ................................. 1,240.00

FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY-1972-73
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services:
Division of Standards
Port Everglades Testing Facility ............................ 47,714.36
Division of Animal Industry
Diagnostic Laboratory Addition-Kissimmee ................ 38,134.73
Division of Forestry
Brevard County Unit ....................................... 14,607.08
Palm Beach and Monroe County Unit ....................... 21,185.00
Marion County Unit .................................... .7,075.32
Calhoun County Unit ............................ .. 2,301.44
District Office-Milton ................ ...................... 31,027.26
District Office- Ft. Lauderdale ............................. 201.12
Department of Education:
School for the Deaf and Blind
Dormitory Complex for Deaf ............................... 21,339.81
Moore Hall Addition and Air-Conditioning .................. 140,338.19
Pope Hall Air-Conditioning ................................ 82,346.75
Swimming Pool Renovations ............................... 150,366.78
Division of Universities
University of Florida Health
Center- Equipment ...................................... 1,027,713.52
Lump Sum-Fire Code Corrections,
Repairs and Replacements and Renovations ................ 346,075.14
Department of General Services:
Division of Building Construction
and Maintenance
Florida State Capitol Complex ............................ 2,491,791.51
Collins Building Completion-Capital Center ............... 693,590.34
Central Aircraft Facility-Tallahassee ....................... 205,150.51
Governor's Security Facilities-Mansion .................... 5,675.47
Elevators and Lighting-Holland Building-
Capital Center ............................................ 24,600.88
Electrical Distribution-Capital Center ..................... 14,893.08
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services:
Division of Administrative Services
Institute for the Mentally Ill, Criminal
and Sexual Psychopath .................................... 93,596.89
Division of Corrections
Florida State Prison-Hospital Renovation .................. 18,487.71
Six Community Correctional Centers ........................ 12,273.98
New Institution-Brevard County-300 Inmates ............. 405,658.60
Florida Correctional Institution-Men's
Multipurpose Building .................................... 197,074.01
Florida State Prison-Miscellaneous Repairs
and Renovations .......................................... 19,952.61
Sumter Correctional Institution-New Boiler ................ 39,372.46
Apalachee Correctional Institution-Electrical
Systems Renovation ............ ......... .................. 4,536.46
Union County Institution ................................... 104,218.75
Bradford County Institution-Administrative Facilities ....... 11,993.38
Sumter Correctional Institution-Kitchen Renovation ........ 284.13
Sumter and Glades Correctional Institutions-
Security Fence Lighting .................................. 1,543.68

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Glades Correctional Institution-Emergency Generator ...... 2,348.68
Florida State Prison-Recreation Building Main Unit ........ 19,510.00
Division of Youth Services
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys at Marianna-Equip
Academic and Vocational Building ......................... 12,455.13
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys at Marianna-
Warehouse ...................................... ..... 119,704.74
Youth Development Center-Vocational Building ............ 74,682.51
Youth Development Center-Warehouse Freezer ............ 9,774.91
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee-Administration
and Hospital-
Replacement of Air-Conditioning .......................... 31,503.71
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee-Academic
School Addition .......................................... 49,249.95
Community Based Programs-Palm Beach Group
Treatment Home ................. ....................... 33,194.60
Youth Development Center-Lighted Recreational Area ...... 491.54
Alyce D. McPherson School for Girls at Ocala and
Forest Hills-Visitors Pavilion ............................. 7,850.00
Community Based Programs-Blackwater Start Center ....... 215,557.23
Division of Mental Health
Correction of Fire Safety Deficiencies ....................... 77,234.10
Florida State Hospital-Utilities Survey ..................... 6,771.57
Florida State Hospital-Two Resident Houses ............... 70,360.00
South Florida State Hospital-Boiler Renovation ............. 66,296.64
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital-Major
Repairs and Improvements ................................ 124,037.80
South Florida State Hospital-Water and
Sewer Lines Renovation ................. ............... 11,725.55
South Florida State Hospital-Major Repairs
and Improvements .......................... .......... .. 40,787.36
Mental Health Institute-Tampa ............................ 24,199.40
Florida State Hospital-Kitchen and
Dining Replacement ................ ....... .. ......... 56,001.68
Northeast Florida State Hospital-Treatment
Buildings Air-Conditioning ............................... 215,020.24
Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation-Kitchen Addition ........ 9,825.27
Florida State Hospital-Visitors Information Center .......... 616.08
North Florida State Hospital-Nurses
Home Remodeling ................... ............. ........ 23,730.40
Division of Retardation
Sunland Hospital in Orlando-
Fire Safety Modification .................................. 2,197.66
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville-
Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovations .................... 261,815.06
Sunland Hospital in Orlando-
Laundry Equipment and Replacement ..................... 106,200.00
Sunland Hospital in Orlando-Hospital Waterproofing ....... 3,398.19
Sunland Training Center at Marianna-
Major Repairs and Improvements .......................... 113,743.96
Sunland Training Center at Miami-
Nursery Remodeling .............. .. ...................... 4,320.04
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville- Recreation and
Resident Services Building Completion .................... 11,084.89
Sunland Training Center in Tallahassee- Heating and
Air-Conditioning System Improvements and Additions ...... 148,358.97
Sunland Training Center at Fort Myers-Chapel ............. 7,183.96
Sunland Training Center at Marianna-
Suntown Equipment ...................................... 34,841.16
Sunland Training Center at Fort Myers-
Bake Shop ................... ............................ 2,021.59

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Sunland Training Center at Fort Myers-
Diet Kitchen ................ ................. ....... 1,584.46
Sunland Training Center Gainesville-
Employees Cafeteria Expansion ........................... 300.89
Sunland Training Center at Gainesville-
Food Service Complex .................................... 13,168.00
Sunland Hospital in Orlando-
Major Renovations ..................................... .. 5,675.01
Division of Health
A.G. Holley State Hospital-Miscellaneous
Repairs and Improvements ............................... 200,300.16
W.T. Edwards Tuberculosis Hospital- Roof Replacement.... 83.90
Judicial Department:
Completion of Sub-Basement-Supreme Court Building...... 16,986.00
Department of Military Affairs:
National Guard Armory-Bartow ............................ 87,914.06
National Guard Armory-Lakeland .......................... 146,470.55
State Arsenal Complex Parking and Removal of
Aircraft Safety Hazard .............. ....................... 12,011.85
Camp Blanding Management-Maintenance Shop-
Camp Blanding .................. ........................ 23,229.14
Department of Natural Resources:
Division of Recreation and Parks
Wekiwa Springs State Park-Development of Youth Camp ... 63,002.85
Department of State:
Division of Library Services
State Archives Library and Museum Building ................ 1,106,565.96
Division of Cultural Affairs
Historic Pensacola Preservation Board ...................... 15,031.90
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board ................... 1,500.00
Stephen Foster Memorial-Land Acquisition ................ 7,630.00
Department of Education:
Division of Universities
University of South Florida-Medical Center-
Phase II- Construction ................................... 29,920.14
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services:
Division of Retardation
Lump Sum-Sunland Recreation Park for Handicapped-
Gulf County-Chapter 73-383 ............................. 2,803.50

FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY-1973-74
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
and Commissioner of Agriculture:
Division of Dairy Products
Dairy Products Laboratory-I-75 North of White Springs ..... 636.00
Division of Forestry
District Facilities .......................................... 60,015.57
Bunnell District Facilities .................................. 17,866.04
Department of Education:
Division of Universities
University of Florida-School of Veterinary Medicine ........ 75,897.92
University of Florida-Health Center Equipment ............ 460,116.51
Department of General Services:
Division of Construction and Maintenance
Correction Office Safety Deficiencies in
State Office Buildings ..................................... 168.25
Capital Center Parking Facilities ........................... 258,880.25
Capital Center Land Acquisition and Associated Costs ....... 1,444,031.50
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services:
Division of Corrections
Lump Sum for Planning 300 Bed Institution in Hillsborough,

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Pinellas or Polk County ................ .. ..... .. ....... 8,933.00
Completion of Multi-Treatment Complex-
Apalachee Correctional Institution ........................ 22,997.27
Miscellaneous Repairs, Renovations and Improvements-
Glades Correctional Institution ............................ 2,521.95
Addition to Boiler Room-Reception and Medical Center .... 2,275.00
Expansion and Improvement of Perimeter Security-
Glades Correctional Institution ............................ 24,500.00
Replace Kitchen Roof-Sumter Correctional Institution ...... 579.76
Dormitory Day Rooms-Apalachee Correctional Institution-
W est Unit ................................................ 4,537.49
Correction of Fire Safety Deficiencies-
Union Correctional Institution and
Glades Correctional Institution .......................... 23,974.12
Improvement of Sewage Facilities-
Sumter Correctional Institution,
DeSoto Correctional Institution and
Florida State Prison .................... ..... .............. 11,377.94
Convert Water Heaters and Heating System-
Apalachee Correctional Institution ......................... 3,570.00
Administrative Facilities-Reception and Medical
Center, Sumter Correctional Institution and
Florida State Prison ....... ... .... ...................... 3,325.00
Division of Youth Services
Warehouse Equipment-Marianna .......................... 7,440.09
Two Start Centers ................................... 250,000.00
Division of Mental Health
Miscellaneous Repairs and Improvements-
South Florida State Hospital .............. ................ 78,758.26
Miscellaneous Repairs and Improvements-
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital ........................ 3,991.42
Recreation Complex-Florida State Hospital................. 1,500.00
Two Staff Houses-Florida State Hospital ................... 77,000.00
Improvement of Sewage and Water Plants-Florida State
Hospital, G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital
and South Florida State Hospital ........................ 7,350.00
Division of Retardation
Correction of Fire Safety Deficiencies-Gainesville .......... 4,106.57
Correction of Fire Safety Deficiencies-Marianna ............ 840.00
Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovations-Marianna .......... 6,628.80
W ater W ell- Orlando ................... ................... 1,060.00
Warehouse and Laundry Complex-Marianna ............... 820.00
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles:
Addition to Radio Shop-Miami ............................ 12,059.70
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund:
Replace Air-Conditioning System-Elliot Building ........... 1,985.36
Judicial Department:
Supreme Court
Repairs to Supreme Court Building ....................... 25,045.70
Department of Military Affairs:
National Guard Armory-Tallahassee ....................... 5,828.77
Department of Natural Resources:
Division of Marine Resources
Marine Resources Facility-Dade County .................. 10.00
Division of Game and Fresh Water Fish
Campsite Development in Everglades Wildlife
Management Area ........................ ........... .. 11,462.31
Department of State and Secretary of State:
Division of Archives, History and Records Management
Addition to Records Center-Capital Center ................. 36,197.66
Division of Cultural Affairs


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Ringling Museum of Art Exhibition Hall
and Museum of the Circus ................................ 6,240.96
Stephen Foster Memorial Warehouse ....................... 3,492.37
Stephen Foster Memorial Amphitheater and
Administrative Facilities, Foot Bridge and Campsite ........ 10.00
Department of Education:
Division of Universities
Renovations of Facilities at F.S.U., U.F., and F.A.M.U........ 74,205.85
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Division of Motor Pool-Central Activities:
Salaries ................................................. 275,272.94
Other Personal Services .................................... 2,133.12
Expenses .................... ......................... 157,938.27
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 341,168.73
Certifications Forward ..................................... 1,785.32
Division of Surplus Property:
Transfer to Surplus Property Working Capital Trust Fund .... 141,641.00
Division of Communications:
Salaries .................................... ............. 359,767.89
Other Personal Services ........................... ...... ... 36,581.99
Expenses ................................ .. ..... ..... 89,810.89
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 6,524.99
Lump Sum-Transfer to Communications Working
Capital Trust Fund ....................................... 300,000.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 42,203.38
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
Office of the Executive Director:
Division of Administration
Salaries ..................... .................... ....... 673,538.78
Other Personal Services ............................... ... 6,321.98
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 21,734.65
Certifications Forward ..................................... 675.87
Division of Miscellaneous Tax
Salaries ......................... ................ ......... 391,087.31
Other Personal Services .................................... 634.48
Expenses ........................... ..... ........... 71,282.36
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 5,531.72
Commission to Tax Collector and Others .................... 388,748.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 19,197.39
Division of Corporate, Estate and Intangible Tax
Salaries .................... ................. ........... 779,754.89
Other Personal Services ..................... ......... ...... 44,686.86
Expenses ................................................. 267,262.75
Operating Capital Outlay .................... .. .......... 7,481.18
Certifications Forward ..................................... 12,730.79
Division of Sales and Use Tax
Salaries ............... ................................. 3,782,692.06
Other Personal Services ................................... 13,439.60
Expenses ................................................. 1,500,620.60
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 26,308.00
National Association of Tax Administrators .................. 4,100.00
Certifications Forward ................................. 34,098.65
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Office of Executive Director:
Division of Administrative Services
Salaries ................................................... 778,590.41
Other Personal Services .................................... 26,288.04
Expenses ......... ................... ........... .. 257,786.21
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 5,805.46

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Certifications Forward ................... .......... ....... 11,478.19
Suwannee River Authority-Contributions................... 7,000.00
Division of Environmental Research and Protection
Salaries ............................. ............ ....... 132,789.52
Other Personal Services ............................ ......... 38,043.31
Expenses .................................. ........ 52,849.79
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 604.83
Certifications Forward ..................................... 14,246.44
Division of Marine Resources
Salaries ...................... .......................... 2,903,480.56
Other Personal Services .................................... 77,401.57
Expenses .................................................. 742,824.75
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 197,547.21
Certifications Forward .................................... 73,470.37
Special Erosion Control
Lump Sum ............................................... 914,840.64
Certifications Forward .................................... 1,298,039.41
Division of Interior Resources
Salaries ................................................. .. 551,258.97
Other Personal Services ............. ....................... 70,926.31
Expenses ......... .................... ............ 263,266.93
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 19,391.64
Lump Sum-Establishment of Water Management Districts .. 125,025.57
Certifications Forward ..................................... 72,498.22
U.S. Geological Survey ..................................... 132,500.00
Water Resources Development
Fixed Capital Outlay ......................... ............. 1,951,165.00
Lump Sum ............................................... 1,265,168.55
Topographic Mapping-Lump Sum ......................... 260,000.00
Shoreline Surveys-Lump Sum ............................. 125,000.00
Division of Game and Fresh Water Fish
Salaries .................... .................... ......... 1,161,412.25
Expenses ................................. ......... 11,583.48
Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 24,699.70
Division of Recreation and Parks
Other Personal Services ................................... 7,500.00

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
TRUST FUND
Salaries .............. ........... .................... .. ..... 1,040,612.22
Other Personal Services ........................ ............ 60,872.86
Expenses .............................. .... .. ........ 365,723.69
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 15,680.35
Grants and Aids ....................... ................... 12,700.00
Certifications Forward ..................................... 5,288.60

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND
MOTOR VEHICLES
Office of Executive Director and Division of
Administrative Services:
Salaries ........................................ .......... 1,589,000.98
Other Personal Services .................... ......... ....... 5,669.48
Expenses.... ................................ ............ 416,254.73
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 20,492.45
Certifications Forward ................................... 27,185.78
Division of the Florida Highway Patrol
Salaries ................................................. 14,570,976.14
Other Personal Services ..................................... 13,564.77
Expenses ................................ ..... ........... 2,144,715.07
Operating Capital Outlay ................................... 165,082.47
Lump Sum-Motor Vehicles ................................ 2,692,564.47

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Lump Sum-Payment for Holidays ........................
Certifications Forward .................................
Division of Driver Licenses
Salaries ............................................
Other Personal Services ............... .....................
Expenses ..................................................
Operating Capital Outlay ................................
Certifications Forward ............... ................ .....
Division of Motor Vehicles
Salaries ................................... ..........
Other Personal Services ..................................
Expenses .............. .......................
Operating Capital Outlay ........................ ........
Purchase of License Plates ..................... .........
Certifications Forward ..................................
PROBATION AND PAROLE COMMISSION
Administrative:
Salaries .............. ............................
Other Personal Services ................... ...............
Expenses.......... ...... ..........................
Operating Capital Outlay ................................
Certifications Forward ..................................
COMMISSION OF INTERSTATE COOPERATION
Expenses ........ ....................... .........
COMMISSIONERS FOR PROMOTION OF
UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION
E expenses .......... .... ............................
FLORIDA CONDOMINIUM COMMISSION
Other Personal Services ............... .....................
Expenses ................................................
Certifications Forward ............... ................... .

RELIEF ACTS
Herbert Alonso Evans .................. ...............
Others ................ .........................

CANCELLATIONS AND RESTORATIONS
General Revenue:
Reissues .............................................
REFUNDS OF OVERPAYMENTS OF TAXES
Refunds ...................... ..... .... ............
TAX CERTIFICATE FUND
Refunds ............................ ...................

REFUNDS UNDER SECTION 57-091
General Revenue:
Refunds ............................ ................

PAYMENTS FOR REVOLVING FUNDS
General Revenue:
Expenses ................... .......................
CURRENT CANCELLATIONS CLEARING
General Revenue:
Restorations ... .......... ..............................
TREASURY INTER-OFFICE TRANSFERS ....................


17,813.32
899,976.32

3,369,032.00
39,255.31
3,200,007.21
67,415.24
103,831.06

2,633,359.47
55,826.45
2,308,563.88
44,826.57
2,859,676.47
620,342.17


10,405,624.46
61,724.84
1,920,999.12
181,871.17
57,949.98

43,330.00


9,303.76

8,925.87
1,149.26
1,420.55


5,000.00
1,895.47



8,537.93

15,750,566.77

27,932.03



9,125.10



17,475.00



(60,025.40)
5,641,890.49


TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND $2,013,204,859.69


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