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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Title Page
    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
        Page 5
        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
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
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    The four funds: Receipts, disbursements, and balances
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    Special funds: Balances
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    General revenue: Tax certificate fund (by county)
        Page 56
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    List of banks holding time deposits
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REPORT OF THE




STATE OF FLORIDA













FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1975


PHILIP F. ASHLER
STATE TREASURER


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page

Letter of Transmittal ................... .......... 1

Roster of Florida State Treasurers . . . ... .... 2

Statement of Cost of Publication . . . ..... .... 2

Duties of the State Treasurer ........................ 3

Treasurer's Comments ................... ......... 4

Items of Special Interest ................... ........ 7

Percentage of Treasury Funds Invested . . . . 8

Treasurer's Time Deposits ................... ....... 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 .................. ......... 55

General Revenue-Tax Certificate Fund (By County) ........ 56

List of Banks Holding Time Deposits. . . . 58












/ TREASURER OF FLORIDA
STALLAHASSEE 32304


July 1, 1975




The Honorable Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor
State of Florida
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

My dear Governor:

As Treasurer of Florida, I am pleased to submit
to you my annual report of the transactions of
this office for the fiscal year July 1, 1974 to
June 30, 1975.

As provided in Chapter 18.05, Florida Statutes,
it contains itemized statements of the receipts
and payments relating to each of the several
funds in our care and custody.

It is with considerable pride in our organization
that I report to you that the Treasury's contri-
bution to the General Revenue Fund, from interest
earnings amounted to $71,600,000 for the fiscal
year 1975---an all time record high! This made
our operation the fifth largest source of income
to the General Revenue Fund-exceeded only by the
Sales Tax, Corporate Income Tax, Beverage Tax and
Motor Vehicle License Taxes in the order named.

spectfull submitted,



Treas r of Fshler
Treasurer of Florida


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


Name
Benjamin Byrd ......
Dr. William R. Hayward
Charles H. Austin ..
Dr. Simon B. Conover
Charles H. Foster ..
Walter H. Gwynn .....
Henry A. L'Engle ....
Dr. E. S. Crill .......
*F. J. Pons ..........
E. J. Triay .........
C. B. Collins ........
J. B. Whitfield .......
W. V. Knott ........
*J. C. Luning ........
W. V. Knott ........
*J. Edwin Larson .....
Broward Williams ....
**Thomas D. O'Malley .
Philip F. Ashler ......


*Died in Office
**Resigned June 3, 1975


Date of Commission
.... July 26, 1845
S. .January8 1848
. January 24, 1853
. August 19, 1868
. .January 16, 1873
.. .January 9, 1877
. February 1, 1881
SFebruary 19, 1885
. .January 8, 1889
December 31, 1891
S. .January 3, 1893
.... June 19, 1897
.... March 1, 1903
. February 19, 1912
September 28, 1928
S. .January 3, 1941
. January 28, 1965
S. .January 5, 1971
..... June 3, 1975


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This public document was promulgat0efrtn annual cost of
$2427.90 or $4.86 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 Legisla-
ture.





















I. /
PHILIP F. ASHLER

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
responsibility has evolved over the recent past-namely the maximi-
zation of investment of the State's pool of operating funds in order
to increase revenues for the taxpayer's benefit. Supported by a
recommendation 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, "consistent 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
Insurance Commissioner of the State of Florida, administrator of the
Automobile Financial Responsibility Law, State Fire Marshal and a
member of the following governmental bodies:

CONSTITUTIONAL BOARDS
Board of Administration
S 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-
sion


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TREASURER'S COMMENTS


When appointed State Treasurer, my initial concern was to
become thoroughly familiar with the Treasury's investment program
and procedures. Particular attention was addressed to placement of
time deposits in Florida banks and at least one significant change has
come about as a result-namely, a more extensive use of telephone
bids, and competitive interest rate quotations from banks when new
time deposits are offered by the Treasury.
Section 18.10, Florida Statutes, which governs the Treasury's
activities in this respect, stipulates that the State's money shall be
invested in such manner as will "maximize earnings and benefits to
the economy." Several techniques are used to achieve these dual
purposes. One is the use of a formula under which the office of the
State Board of Administration (Governor, Comptroller, Treasurer)
conducts a twice-weekly polling of not less than five (recently
increased to eight at my request) sizeable Florida banks to determine
the interest rates offered by them on fully collateralized time
deposits. Rates are obtained on four maturities: 90 days, 180 days, 1
year and 2 years. Simultaneously, quotations are secured on U.S.
Treasury bills with similar maturities. Then the average time deposit
rate and average Treasury bill rate is computed for each maturity and
whichever is higher, in each case, becomes the minimum acceptable
rate for State Treasury time deposits of that duration. The rates so
developed tend to be approximately as high as the traffic will bear.
All banks receive equal treatment in the monthly renewal offers of
existing deposits which normally involve several hundred banks per
month. All money not accepted by banks or that which is needed as
a ready reserve for bill-paying purposes is of course invested in U.S.
Treasury securities. As of June 30, 1975, the Treasury had time
deposits in 651 of the 737 banks in Florida.
In an effort to bolster the state economy, the Treasury tries to
systematically distribute its time deposits among the counties in
proportion to each county's contributions to total sales tax
collections. The latter is recognized as an excellent indicator of
economic activity in a given county and also provides a guideline for
returning a portion of tax revenues to the economy of the area where
they originated. Of benefit to new banks is the Treasury's so called
"opening-day time deposit" which is routinely granted to any new
bank which makes a request and will meet the Treasury's terms as to
interest rate, maturity date and collateral. A third way in which the
Treasury makes an extra effort to help regional economy is through
the placement of time deposits in "disaster areas" where lendable
funds are urgently needed.
As Fiscal 1974-75 progressed, there was very little money available
for new time deposits. Nonetheless, in the entire year, a total of $52


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million in new deposits was placed, most of it in the first two months.
As the recession deepened, few banks appeared interested in State
funds at the rates asked by the Treasury. By December, the decline
in major sources of revenue made it necessary, for the first time in
three years, to withdraw a portion of time deposits as they matured.
Incidentally, no withdrawals were made from small banks, on the
theory that the larger the bank, the less the effect.
By the end of the fiscal year, a total of $103.7 million had been
withdrawn and $47.9 million had been turned back to the Treasury
by banks declining to renew maturing deposits. The final result was a
net decline for the fiscal year of approximately $100 million in total
time deposits-from $627 million to $527 million. Similarly, the
average daily balance invested in U.S. Treasury securities declined
from $281 million in June 1974 to $111 million in June 1975,
reflecting the use of surplus to compensate for declining revenues
and rising expenditures.
It is a pleasure to report that the Treasury's annual contribution to
State revenues-in the form of interest earnings, all of which are
deposited in the General Revenue Fund-was a bright spot in an
otherwise somewhat gloomy State revenue picture. Having reached a
new all-time high of $71.6 million for the year ending June 30, 1975,
these earnings, combined with some $10 million earned by the
Working Capital Fund, constituted the fifth largest source of income
for the General Revenue Fund, following the Sales Tax, Corporation
Income Tax, Beverage Tax, and Motor Vehicle Licenses, in the order
named.
An important accomplishment during the year was the action by
the State Board of Administration on June 3, 1975, when, on the
recommendation of the Governor's Commission on Management and
Efficiency, the Board closed five of the Treasury's eleven demand
accounts. Added income through investing a major portion of the
money formerly held in these non-interest-bearing accounts is
estimated to be in excess of $400,000 per year at the current level of
interest rates.
In compliance with a 1974 statutory change, the Treasury is
engaged in a joint effort with the Department of Administration to
bring under closer surveillance the many State agencies' demand
accounts not under the Treasurer's jurisdiction, known as Clearing
Accounts and Revolving Funds. The opening of such accounts must
be initially authorized by the Department of Administration. The
new statute requires agencies to report quarterly to the Treasurer the
balances in these accounts and amounts that will eventually be
remitted to the Treasury.
It has become increasingly clear to me that no responsibility of
Florida's State Treasurer is greater than his role as treasurer ex


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officio of the State Board of Administration. The fact that the office
of the Board not only administers all bonded indebtedness (now
$2.69 billion) directly involving the State government but also
invests the various trust funds (including pension fund investments in
the Treasurer's custody which alone total $1.83 billion) makes
evident the importance of the three Board members' responsibilities
in this area.
Another function that is growing in importance as the general level
of interest rates moves higher is the statutory requirement that bonds
or other debt instruments "issued by counties, municipalities, towns,
villages, districts, commissions, authorities, or any other public body,
agency, or political subdivision of the state" may not bear interest in
excess of 7.5% per annum unless the Board of Administration
authorizes a higher rate on the basis that "it appears to be in the
public interest." I have asked my staff to work with aides of the
other two Board members in formulating a definitive policy together
with guidelines that will enable the Board to evaluate these requests
prudently and to act on them with dispatch.
Further, a policy statement is ready for adoption by the Board,
delineating the authority and mode of operation of the Investment
Advisory Committee which provides guidance to the technicians
investing State Retirement System moneys.
The investment programs of both the Treasury and the Board of
Administration will continue to receive my close study and atten-
tion.


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ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST


Fiscal Year
1974-75
Securities and other collateral


Fiscal Year
1973-74


in Treasury at end of year ............. $3,076,883,184.08 $2,903,197,870.05

Treasury receipts during year, exclusive
of inter-fund transfers ................ $6,644,854,464.91 $6,330,446,598.90
Treasury disbursements
during year, exclusive of inter-fund
transfers ......................... $6,858,400,031.85 $6,111,205,286.73


Balance in the four funds at
end of year:
General Revenue Fund .............. $ 357,057,219.21
Trust Fund ...................... 472,432,789.73
Working Capital Fund ............... --
Revenue Sharing Fund ............... 119,234.88**
Total ................. ...... $ 829,609,243.82


$ 578,443,117.70
443,271,415.42
40,970.31*
1,130,176.80**
$1,022,885,680.23


Average daily portion of
four funds invested ................. $ 767,237,484.56 $ 817,722,858.11

Average daily percent invested ........... 95.76% 96.38%

Interest received on Treasurer's
investments ...................... $ 71,637,635.17 $ 59,543,052.00

Number of Florida banks holding
Treasurer's time deposits at
end of fiscal year ................... 651 642

*Does not include $92,142,062.26 for fiscal year 1973-74 (none for fiscal year 1974-75)
carried on the books of the State Board of Administration and representing investments (at
cost) in U.S. Treasury Securities for the working capital fund.

**Does not include $75,349,555.08 for fiscal year 1973-74 and $73,362,131.44 for fiscal
year 1974-75 carried on the books of the State Board of Administration 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 1974-75


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


% 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


96.39%
96.39
96.29
96.25
95.99
95.87
95.89
95.50
95.11
95.08
95.09
95.22


TREASURER'S TIME DEPOSITS
(ALL IN FLORIDA BANKS)


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


12/31/70
6/30/71
12/31/71
6/30/72
12/31/72
6/30/73
12/31/73
6/30/74
6/30/75


455
467
478
532
553
574
593
642
651


(in
millions)
$156.0
175.1
204.2
269.0
352.4
449.4
544.4
627.3
527.7


$342,800
374,900
427,100
505,600
637,200
782,900
918,100
977,100
810,600


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PERCENTAGE OF TREASURY FUNDS INVESTED
(Average Daily Balance)


Fiscal Year
1970-71 1971-72


1972-73 1973-74 1974-75


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


% 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


96.39%
96.39
96.29
96.25
95.99
95.87
95.89
95.50
95.11
95.08
95.09
95.22


TREASURER'S TIME DEPOSITS
(ALL IN FLORIDA BANKS)


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


12/31/70
6/30/71
12/31/71
6/30/72
12/31/72
6/30/73
12/31/73
6/30/74
6/30/75


455
467
478
532
553
574
593
642
651


(in
millions)
$156.0
175.1
204.2
269.0
352.4
449.4
544.4
627.3
527.7


$342,800
374,900
427,100
505,600
637,200
782,900
918,100
977,100
810,600


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TREASURY'S INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE
UNDER
CASH-TRACKING SYSTEM


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700
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INTEREST RECEIVED ON STATE TREASURY
INVESTMENTS FOR THE YEARS INDICATED


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DOLLARS


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STATE TREASURER'S
U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES TRANSACTIONS


Sales &
Purchases Maturities
(million) (million)
$ 137.0 $ 135.0
148.4 244.5
194.6 181.9
217.2 204.3
158.5 213.7
170.3 196.1
202.8 206.5
177.5 211.6
315.9 300.6
245.1 178.6
142.6 206.1
321.9 233.8


Interest
Earned


Fiscal Year
1974-75


$2,512.7 $16,818,971


Treasury Bills

Repurchase
Agreements


total purchases ..............
total sales & maturities ........
total purchases ..............
total maturities ..............


. $1,274.9 mm
. $1,409.3 mm
. $1,156.9 mm
. $1,103.4 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 optimum conditions prevailing in much of Fiscal 1973-74-
i.e., high interest rates and large sums available for investment-did
not continue very far into the 1974-75 year. Rates on 90-day
Treasury Bills moved briefly above 9% in August 1975 but declined
steadily thereafter to a low of 4.85% in June 1975. Also the average
daily balance invested in U.S. Treasury securities dropped rapidly as
the State began to consume the surplus accumulated during the
previous three fiscal years. Consequently, income from this source
came to only $16.8 million versus $19.6 million in the year
immediately prior.


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$ 2,265,688
3,994,723
1,440,532
1,908,864
1,325,253
1,171,138
980,863
1,345,485
334,125
471,293
868,688
712,319


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


$2,431.8









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TREASURY INVESTMENT OF "FLOAT"
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1974 1975

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 (being reduced to six accounts
as the year ends). 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. Accordingly, 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.


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SUMMARY OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES FOR
THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

RESOURCES


OFFICE CASH
Currency and Coin .................................. $

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
Due from courts for advances of Jurors and Witnesses fees ........

BANK DEPOSITS
Regular Demand Accounts ............... $ 53,047,917.24
Special Demand Accounts
(Bank Receivership) .................. 3,200.44
Regular Time Deposits (see page 58)......... 527,770,000.00
Special Time Deposits
(Bank Receivership) ................... 10,000.00
Total Bank Deposits .............................. $


51,291.05


2,734,938.68


580,831,117.68


(The above does not include $9,124,112.86 held in special checking accounts known as
"Clearing Accounts" and "Revolving Funds" outside The State Treasury. This is not a total
amount since the treasurer did not receive reports from all state agencies prior to June 30,
1975).


SHORT TERM INVESTMENTS BY TREASURER
Short term U.S. Government securities (cost) $168,010,260.82*
Repurchase Agreements ............. (cost) 78,500,000.00** 246,510,260.82

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION INVESTMENTS
In Treasurer's Custody .............................. 1,865,466,317.97
Total State-Owned Resources in Treasurer's Custody .......... $2,695,593,926.20

LIABILITIES


STATE FUNDS SUBJECT TO
COMPTROLLERS WARRANT
General Revenue Fund ................. $ 357,057,219.21
Trust Fund ........................ 472,432,789.73
Working Capital Fund ..................
Revenue Sharing Fund .................. 119,234.88
Total Four Funds ..................... .......... $

SPECIAL FUNDS IN TREASURER'S
CUSTODY
Financial Responsibility Division Trust Fund
Special Demand Account .............. 55,163.97
Special Time Deposit ................. 450,000.00
Bank Receivership Accounts
Special Demand Account .............. 3,200.44
Special Time Deposit ................. 10,000.00
Total Special funds ...............................


829,609,243.82









518,364.41


BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION INVESTMENTS
In Treasurer's Custody ................... ............. 1,865,466,317.97
Total Liabilities .................................. $2,695,593,926.20
*Market value, $246,762,977.38
**Secured by pledges of U.S. Treasury securities worth $79,150,000 at par.


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SECURITIES IN CUSTODY OF
THE STATE TREASURER AS OF JUNE 30, 1975


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) .......... $ 33,565,000.00
Agriculture, Commissioner of (Awards
Revolving Trust Fund-Tallahassee) ........ 50,000.00
Agriculture, Department of (Winter Haven) .. 185,000.00
Blind, Florida Council for the (Tampa) ....... 100,000.00
Citrus, Department of (Lakeland) .......... 955,000.00
Correctional Institution, Apalachee
(Chattahoochee) .................... 100,000.00
Corrections, Division of (Lake Butler) ....... 170,000.00
Deaf and Blind, Trustees for (St. Augustine) 10,000.00
Education, Department of (Tallahassee) ...... 35,000.00
Family Services, Division of (Jacksonville) .. .. 100,000.00
Florida Inland Navigation District (Stuart) .. 950,000.00
Health, State Board of (Jacksonville) ........ 200,000.00
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles,
Department of (Various Cities) ........... 1,705,000.00
Hospital, Florida State (Chattahoochee) ...... 205,000.00
Hospital, G. Pierce Wood Memorial (Arcadia) 115,000.00
Hospital, South Florida State (Hollywood) .... 395,000.00
Hospital, Tuberculosis (Lantana) ........... 50,000.00
Hospital, Tuberculosis (Tampa) ............ 50,000.00
Inter-American Center Authority (Miami) ..... 500,000.00
Loxahatchee Environmental Control
(Various Cities) ............... .. . 1,032,000.00
Medical Examiners, Florida State
Board of (Miami) .................... 120,000.00
Nursing Education and Registration,
Board of (Jacksonville) ................ 45,000.00
Parks, Florida Board of (Various Cities) ...... 585,000.00
Parole and Probation Restitution Fund
(Various Cities) .................. .. 180,000.00
Public Welfare, Division of (Jacksonville) ..... 1,155,000.00
Real Estate Commission, Florida
(Winter Park) ....................... 100,000.00
Receivership Account-Residual-Liquified Banks
and Trust Companies (Tallahassee) ........ 100,000.00
Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota) ......... 20,000.00
Sunland Training Centers (Various Cities) ..... 315,000.00


$ 683,571,220.62

246,510,260.82

91,702,000.00

10,000.00


43,092,000.00


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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 ............. 17,366,580.00
Interest State School Fund ............. 2,915,000.00
Agricultural College Fund .............. 167,500.00
Principal Seminary Fund ............... .. 136,000.00

Department of Insurance:
Florida Fire Insurance Trust Fund ......................

Department of Administration-Division
of Personnel and Retirement
Florida Retirement System-Bonds ....... 1,735,292,528.94
Florida Retirement System-
Common Stock (At Cost) .. ......... 77,872,043.03
Teachers Survivors Benefits .. ......... 24,879,166.00

Board of Trustees, John and Mable Ringling
Museum Trust Fund ...............................
Board of Regents:
Wescott Trust Fund .................. 12,000.00
American Legion Trust Fund .. ......... 48,000.00
John G. and Fannie F. Ruge Memorial
Scholarship Trust Fund .............. 15,000.00
Agnes Peoples Memorial Scholarship Fund
(1,520 shares American Telephone and Value
Telegraph Stock) Not Included

Florida State Board of Veterinary Examiners ................
Florida Crippled Children's Trust Fund ....................
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Trust Fund ........... ..........................

University of Florida:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates, 1948, I&S ................

Florida State University:
Auxiliary Fund ..................... 15,000.00
Dormitory Revenue Certificates, 1957, I&S .. 110,000.00

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates, 1952, I&S ................

Florida Department of Commerce
Workmen's Compensation Special
Disability Fund .......... ......................

Department of Education-Bureau of
Teacher Education:
Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Endowment Fund ........... ..................

Pending
Florida Retirement System Bonds ......................

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


20,585,080.00


5,930,000.00






1,838,043,737.97


20,000.00







75,000.00

1,000.00
7,500.00

458,000.00


70,000.00



125,000.00


55,000.00



100,000.00




11,000.00


2,000,000.00


15









Common Stock
American Tel. & Tel. Corporation .........
Bethlehem Steel Corporation ............
Bristol-Myers Company ................
Colonial Fund, Incorporated ............
Consolidated Edison Company ...........
Exxon Corporation ..................
General Motors Corporation ............
N. L. Industries, Incorporated ...........
Rexall Drug and Chemical Company .......
Richardson-Merrell, Incorporated .........
Santa Fe Industries, Incorporated .........
Squibb Beech-Nut, Incorporated ..........
Squibb Corporation ..................
Sterling Drug, Incorporated .............
United States Steel Corporation ..........
Wellington Fund, Incorporated ...........


No. of Shares
276
95
60
103
25
20
13
25
28
68
25
10
10
175
6
79


RETAINAGE COLLATERAL (Securities and
Certificates of Deposit Pledged by
Contractors on State Projects)
Department of Transportation ...... .... 12,164,188.05
Department of General Services ........... 2,450,000.00
Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway
Authority ................. ..... .. 950,000.00

SURETY BONDS-DEPOSITED BY:
Automobile Clubs-Section 649 ........... 1,650,000.00
Surplus Lines Agents-Section 626.928 ...... 995,000.00
Public Adjusters-Section 626.685 .......... 120,000.00
Premium Finance Companies-
Section 627.828, Florida Statutes (1973) . 70,000.00
Limited Surety Agent's Bond-Section 648.28 1,820,000.00

INSURANCE COMPANY COLLATERAL
(Deposited in compliance with Florida
Insurance Code)
Securities:
Section 624.411(2)(a)(b)(c)(d) & 624.411(3) 31,102,636.62
Section 624.411(1)(a) ................ 1,875,000.00
Section 624.411(1)(b) ................ 1,839,000.00
Section 624.411(1)(c) ................ 1,385,000.00
Section 624.411(1)(d) ................ 1,238,000.00
Retaliatory Deposits-Section 624.429 ..... 10,000.00
Voluntary Deposits-Section 625.51(2) ..... 18,522,000.00
Surplus Lines (Special)-Section 626.918(5) .. 420,000.00
Premium Finance Companies-Section 627.828 105,000.00
Fraternal-Section 632.101 ............. 56,000.00
Pharmaceutical Services Plan-Section 637 .. 100,000.00
Sick and Funeral Insurance Companies-
Section 638 ................... ... 400,000.00
Sick and Funeral Insurance Companies-
Section 638 (other states) ............. 130,000.00
Hospital and Medical Service Plans-
Chapter 641 ..................... 100,000.00
Limited Surety Agent's Bonds-Section 648.28 25,000.00
Automobile Clubs-Section 649 .......... 77,000.00
Life Care Companies-Section 651.09 ...... 75,000.00
Sale of Money Orders-Chapter 560.06 ..... 1,400,000.00
Receivership-All Sections .............. 3,097,000.00
Scholarship Club, Inc. .................. 50,000.00


(Value Not
Included)







15,564,188.05


4,655,000.00


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Certificates of Deposit:
Receivership-Time Certificates of Deposit
from Banks ............. .......
Section 624.0210(2)(a)(b)(c)(d)-
Other States ......................
Section 631.06-Other States ............
Safekeeping Receipts:
Receivership-Collateral for Bank Deposits .


2,561,000.00

43,133,360.00
10,850,200.00


4,191,000.00


122,742,196.62


SELF-INSURERS COLLATERAL (held for
Florida Department of Commerce)
Securities and Certificates of Deposit ............... .. .. .... 1,555,000.00

Grand Total ............. ......................... $3,076,883,184.08


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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975

GENERAL REVENUE FUND
(by Departments)


Transfer of Funds Under
Section 215.32(2)(c) .................
Administration, Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Department of, and Commissioner
of Agriculture ......................
Banking and Finance, Department of,
and Comptroller .....................
-. Business Regulation, Department of........
Citrus, Department of ..................
Commerce, Department of...............
Community Affairs, Department of ........
Education, Department of ...............
Energy Commission, Florida .............
General Services, Department of ..........
Governor, Office of the .................
Health and Rehabilitative Services,
Department of .......................
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles,
Department of .......................
Insurance, Department of, and Treasurer ....
Internal Improvement Trust Fund,
Board of Trustees of ..................
Interstate Compacts and Commissions ......
Judicial Department ....................
Law Enforcement, Department of .........
Law Revision Council ...................


............... ............... $ 108,459,384.10
. ............. ............ .. 379,298.36


............... 942,722.44 95,629.99


2,197,457.27
209,716,626.55
561,154.41
477,193.68
711.00
48,838.25

2,518,949.51


29,324.91
56,885,875.32

5,284.66
15,420.22
1,015,859.32

146,200.79
956.86


5,828,488.............
5,828,488.16


$ 13,648,207.00 ...............
1,403,455.18 ...............


11,344,579.37 12,804,833.93 ...............


19,534,585.04
4,488,992.05

3,922,339.00
1,888,844.54
1,288,005,273.86
232,265.11
82,448,327.76
869,590.89


1,849,850.59
1,846,103.40

1,446,111.95
5,003,673.39
133,374,905.49
39,876.73
18,389,544.86
323,507.25


5,759,136.54 21,125,328.66 239,630,188.76 209,803,280.36 ...............


132,906,982.03
73,515,614.29

545,764.60

218,883.24
705,784.70
.. .


989,474.12 29,929,582.14 16,464,178.33 ...............
417,884.41 3,082,747.85 1,230,668.23 ...............


1,404.14

194,146.10
363,756.42
.. ... .....


6,946,523.45
12,577.27
44,600,209.79
5,919,911.08
55,498.05


496,430.97

18,216,375.18
5,073,800.28
11,613.95


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


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

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

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


....... .. .

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


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. . .
. . .
.. . .








Local Government Commission ...........
Legal Affairs, Department of,
and Attorney General .................
Legislative ...........................
Military Affairs, Department of ...........
Natural Resources, Department of .........
Pollution Control, Department of .........
Probation and Parole Commission .........
Professional and Occupational Regulation,
Department of .................. ....
Public Service Commission ...............
Relief A cts ...........................
Replacement Trust Funds ...............
Revenue, Department of ................
State, Department of, and Secretary
of State ............................
Transportation, Department of ...........
Working Capital Fund ..................

TOTAL .........................
TRUST FUND
Transfer of Funds under Section 215.18 ...
LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
House of Representatives
Intergovernmental Personnel
Administration Trust Fund ..........
Joint Judicial Personnel Study
Committee Trust Fund ............
Auditor General
Municipal Audit Trust Fund ...........
Federal Reimbursement Trust Fund .....
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Supreme Court
Grants and Donation Trust Fund .......
State Attorney Division
Third Judicial Circuit ................


3,034.35


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





. .. I .

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

$ 578,443,117.70


599.72

174.99
687,729.97
228,038.80
137,915.37

745,133.72
26,900.00


1,484,291,457.61

5,934,763.36
235,566.52
7,480,942.10

$1,929,885,040.67


2,532.66
6,963.66
2,050.31
122,122.79
198,739.31
25,510.19

12,447.27
557,074.38


85,480,374.55

56,794.52

2,615,953.35

$ 279,208,825.72


17,810.40 ..............................


2,394,247.72
18,201,674.14
1,060,854.87
29,237,474.61
4,547,716.03
13,461,611.86

594,737.81

1,660,698.83
532,478.89
6,596,910.35


935,632.18
8,557,096.25
292,880.86
7,904,251.20
1,213,080.17
4,340,240.38

114,816.20



19,583,329.63


5,648,926.21 2,245,919.96 ...............
. ..... 111,170,435.09 ...............


$1,832,695,665.89 $ 597,784,098.99 $ 357,057,219.21


25,000,000.00 ...............


62,574.18


68,167.00


11,874.00

23,367.98


3,160.63

108,125.11


1,770.73 ............... ..............
466,046.23 70,633.79 ...............


70,286.66 ...............


253,449.76


201,055.18


25,000,000.00 ..............


597.88

39,594.34


8,115.49

6,389.71


1,770.73 ..............
536,680.02 ...............


81,590.69


41,090.55


274.45 ............... ............... 274.45


Q0


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.. .. .
.. . .
.. .. .
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ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Public Defender Division
Sixth Judicial Circuit-
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ....................
County Courts
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ..... 56,152.61
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........ 38,964.05
DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AFFAIRS AND
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Committee on Law Enforcement-
Enforcement and Administration of
N Justice Trust Fund .................. 100.00
Legal Services Trust Fund ............ .15
Hot Line Trust Fund .................. 327.37
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER
SERVICES AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Office of the Commissioner and
Division of Administration
Administrative Trust Fund ............ 225,933.12
Harness Horse Racing Trust Fund ...... 29,091.47
Agricultural and Livstock Building
Trust Fund ...................... 3,457.71
Quarter Horse Racing Trust Fund ...... 11,171.48
Florida State Fair Program of 1975
Contributions Trust Fund ............ ...............
Division of Inspection
General Inspection Trust Fund ......... 2,846,824.99
Division of Plant Inspection
Nursery Inspection Trust Fund ........ 166,660.56
Fire Ant Control Trust Fund .......... 73,069.25


18,000.00

1,208.30

74,029.68


8,900.00

333,260.00

29,107.35


28,559.63


819.49
126,127.81


7,041.97

383,141.52

104,498.05





.15
18,837.00


1,456,093.28 1,708,300.41
. .............. 96,341.66


19,631.45


5,983.39

(36,475.00)

28,290.31


13,874.64

43,954.39

9,312.72


100.00 ...............

5,557.64 4,492.36




(223,258.58) 197,804.06
. .............. 58,877.62


21,003.46 62.38


2,300,250.00 6,260,000.00 8,480,250.00 ...............


11,648,645.15


3,457.71
9,737.09

80,000.00


139,335.13 8,398,952.62 4,809,515.03 1,426,337.62


450,899.29 (2,956.50) 333,303.68
69,893.05 32.00 69,228.33


46,244.59 235,055.08
2,737.34 71,028.63







Division of Fruit and Vegetable
Inspection
Citrus Inspection Trust Fund ..........
Office of Commissioner and
Division of Administration
General Inspection Trust Fund .........
Division of Marketing
Market Improvements Working Capital
Trust Fund ......................
Division of Forestry
Incidental Trust Fund ...............
Security Deposits Trust Fund ..........
Neighborhood Youth Corps Project
Trust Fund ......................
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND
FINANCE AND COMPTROLLER
Office of the Comptroller and
t Division of Administration
S Administrative Trust Fund ............
Division of Accounting and Auditing
Florida National Forest Trust Fund .....
Flood Control Trust Fund ............
Salary Clearing Trust Fund ............
Collector of Internal Revenue
Clearing Trust Fund ...............
Cash Refund Clearing Account .........
Cancellations and Restorations
Trust Fund ......................
Division of Banking
Bank and Trust Company Trust Fund ...
Division of Finance
Regulatory Trust Fund ...............
Abandoned Property Trust Fund ......
Division of Securities
Security Deposit Trust Fund ..........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......


1,809,310.68 8,327,351.95


91,371.60 ...............


2,258,900.42
77,845.41

100.90


3,904,048.74
80,355.75


258,777.38 8,132,611.77


576,628.40


303,935.00


816,109.48 1,446,718.76


431,752.89 ...............


84,156.65


8,045.41 8,723,413.02
. ....... 132,473.67


80.00


126,732.12 ..............


378.56


779,548.79
7,660.94
170,701.54


8,350,576.51 2,940.28
779.79 17,002,820.57

698,254.71 .. ..... ...


287,545.76


416.92

138,599,703.23
3,442.71


95,647.69 2,098,779.87 .......


177,241.50 1,568,243.03
61,930.13 80,914.97

20,450.00 400.00


6,329.97

(4,777,137.47)


236,247.11


213,448.38

2,224,719.02
25,727.49


180.90 ..............................


531,735.80 (215,451.70)


779,548.79
7,660.94
68.93

137,983,650.08
777.39


... 19,525.31

. ....... 1,476,319.99

3,604.26 1,148,153.07
. ....... 69,739.74


48,106.00


97,993.78


170,787.10 640.99

568,205.27 8,401,364.67
17,006,265.68 ...............


674,529.60

553,982.95

480,333.27
3,238.78


4,199.80

164,124.62

120,602.45
69,866.58


20,350.00 ............... 500.00
25,449.70 9,351.86 13,304.44









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975


Name of Fund
DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND
SECRETARY OF STATE
Office of the Secretary and
Division of Administrative Services
Flag Trust Fund ....................
Special Contingency Trust Fund .......
Division of Elections
Publications Revolving Trust Fund ......
Elections Operation Trust Fund ........
Special Contingency Trust Fund .......
Division of Archives and Records
Management
S Operating Trust Fund...............
Microfilm Revolving Trust Fund .......
Special Contingency Trust Fund .......
Division of Corporations
Special Contingency Trust Fund .......
Division of Library Services
Libraries Service Trust Fund ..........
Library Construction Trust Fund, U.S. ..
Book Processing Center Trust Fund .....
Division of Cultural Affairs
Office of Division Director
Fine Arts Council Trust Fund ........
Historic Pensacola Preservation
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Ringling Museum of Art
Incidental Trust Fund ..............
Investment Trust Fund .............
Historic St. Augustine Preservation
Operating Trust Fund ..............


Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


565.19
47.93

66,657.01
3,433.00
79.02


80,392.57
60,117.17
64.04


1,327.10


95,078.56
12,149.00


48.15


25,000.00


349,439.76 ...............
221,779.07 128,577.27


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


127,484.38
17,003.74
49,228.76


9,013.64

232,361.53

178,551.28
7,230.65


2,579,019.40
6,054.00
133,315.32


316.80


95,991.16
11,776.00



254,655.13
303,997.86


74.10 ...............


119.00 2,485,738.74
. .............. 13,554.00
23.79 132,419.21


395,313.14 ...............


239,496.30

929,193.99
40,660.00


166,715.00


361,467.99

479,578.24


445.73 1,148,624.77
. ..... 47,477.42


1,252.61


65,812.57

79.02


107,595.41
15,471.81
64.04



(13,080.87)

35,126.27


8,489.49

48,342.56


322.88
96.08

24,931.84
3,806.00



67,581.79
91,003.84


163.36


233,964.91
9,503.74
15,022.39


34,369.30

110,652.03


(269,918.70) 229,484.73
. . ... 413.23


101,198.62 291,387.76 282,760.18


389,523.64 103,395.08 182,427.84








Stephen Foster Memorial
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Historic Tallahassee Preservation
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Historic Key West Preservation
Operating Trust Fund ..............
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND TREASURY
Office of Treasurer and
Division of Administration
Insurance Commissioners Regulatory
Trust Fund ......................
Division of Insurance Consumer Services
Agents and Solicitors County License
Tax Trust Fund ...................
Division of Risk Management
Risk Management Trust Fund .........
State Fire Insurance Trust Fund ........
t DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Co Commissioner and State Board Staff
Federal Trust Fund .................
School District and Junior College District
Capital Outlay and Debt Service
Trust Fund ...................... ....
Higher Education Capital Outlay
Trust Fund ......................
Student Financial Aid Trust Fund ......
Student Loan Trust Fund .............
Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Endowment Trust Fund ............
Educational Media and Technology
Trust Fund .................. .......
Independent Colleges and Universities
Services Trust Fund ................
Independent Post-Secondary Vocational,
Technical, Trade and Business
School Services Trust Fund ......... ...


29,491.76

44,936.30

55,388.40
ER



14,512,326.18


226,513.54


347,373.06

30,099.00

10,250.00


26.00

61,448.00

44,256.00


275,204.25

94,949.83

47,750.17


18,457.67

13,640.27

7,130.74


5,180,806.43 12,628,368.09 13,196,605.97 2,772,238.49 16,352,656.24


526,309.50


574,955.28 6,120,269.75
288,455.61 1,826,223.46


1.50


400,285.44


3,223,437.22 9,584,813.58
131,186 23 2,035,124.63


4,101,228.53 1,201,188.00 ...............


............ .... .... 175,814.43


858,271.80
611,580.11
233,312.55

41,991.92


165.12


3,099,596.97
17,273,722.38


241,584.00
5,004.71
200,000.00


467.50 ...............

35,915.29 ...............

2,250.00 ...............


41,480.00 ...............


28,675.74

104,926.11
166,830.51


5,435,558.64 (133,206.71)


(767,781.70) 529,149.68

849,084.53 (16,179.81)
2,970,187.16 (13,470.17)
16,743,427.01 62,502.90

3,200.00 300.00

30,100.00 ...............

100.00 ...............


3,260.69 27,152.92 11,066.39


83,228.90

27,893.20

55.013.49


323,863.36

228,922.56
43,910.16


64.60


414,446.45

266,951.08
759,464.80
901,105.02

38,959.42

5,815.29

2,315.12


___









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975-


Educational Aids Trust Fund ..........
Higher Education Capital Outlay
and Debt Service Trust Fund-
Bond Account ....................
Division of Elementary and Secondary
Education
School District and Junior College
District Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund-Administrative ....
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Trust Fund ......................
b Educational Certification and Service
Trust Fund ......................
Professional Practices Councils
Trust Fund ......................
Educational Aids Trust Fund ..........
Food and Nutrition Trust Fund ........
Federal Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ......................
School District and Junior College
District Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund ................
Principal State School Trust Fund ......
Interest State School
Trust Fund-FEFP ................
Textbook Bid Trust Fund ............
Division of Vocational Education
Educational Aids Trust Fund ..........
Federal Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ......................


981,714.55


766.26


1,227,261.16 178,080,123.18 ...............


82,668.61

30,067.18

220,884.14

3,014.06

1,837,318.40

97,327.89


7,700.00


623,659.19


10,190.00 ...............


474,350.08


71,464,991.83
58,424,917.68

10,790.79


177,399.63 160,581,154.59
299,880.43 6,941,444.78


41,556.81
53,000.00


4,062,579.50
189,000.00

24,545,198.18


168.00

130,960.94
(110.00)
4,775.76

691,967.45


(9,889.11)


162,723,927.19




23,913.83

4,609.74

56,397.92

63,087.81
91,285,813.11
59,441,101.34

720,353.80


(598,000.00) 160,570,364.11
. ......... 6,885,687.39


791,896.37


15,486,629.83




506,508.39

3,744.89

281,547.77

54,319.46
(28,778,969.82)
115,406.03

62,619.37


(440,351.96)


3,991,199.07
108,000.00


21,863.58 1,066,275.76 23,304,361.65


1,098,674.31 97,923.14 265,038.55


200,473.55


1,096,827.32




183,605.58

31,902.55

357,456.53

16,567.73
8,958,038.54
710,504.47

17,112.96


30,542.07
355,637.82

112,937.24
134,000.00

196,424.35


1,461,636.00 ...............








Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ......................
Division of Community Colleges
Higher Education Capital Outlay and
Debt Service Trust
Fund-Administrative .............. ..
Junior College Conference Trust Fund ...
Educational Aids Trust Fund ............
School District and Junior College
District Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund ................
Knott Data Center
Working Capital Trust Fund ...........
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Division of Universities
General Office-Grants and Donations
to Trust Fund ......................
o Racing Scholarship Trust Fund ........
Westcott Trust Fund ................
Principal of American Legion
Trust Fund ......................
Building Fee Trust Fund ............
Extension Incidental Trust Fund .......
Student Financial Aid Fee Trust Fund ...
Capital Improvements Fee Trust Fund ...
Agricultural College Trust Fund ........
Seminary Trust Fund ................
Interest of Seminary Trust Fund .......
Board of Regents
1971 Project Construction Trust Fund...
1972 Project Construction Trust Fund ...
Bond Amendment Construction Trust Fund-
Num ber 1 .......................
Number 2 .......................
Num ber 3 .......................


15,444.26 2,532,000.00 ...............


7,530.35


10,490.00


130,791.16


241,851.20 15,798,877.49

154,351,42 710,905.87

89,793.47 717,719.82


55,228.04 1,600,499.67
248,462.00 1,727,391.89
7,910.77 10,206.68

292.50 1,905.00
438,158.20 3,245,999.38
126,646.46 585,746.32
36,198.88 213,166.27
498,461.06 5,368,025.50
5,265.54 26,778.76
2,780.72 7,000.00
77.50 7,217.50


1,663,122.42 5,105,660.75
1,584,683.45 8,611,296.03


132,150.25
92,815.69
934,681.37


8,333.00
40,000.00


36,697.24 2,494,648.17


(52.68)


. .. 91,517.61


598,000.00 15,980,711.10

. ......... 205,370.26

57,125.00 603,307.53


62,982.70 1,212,155.04
. .............. 1,783,423.07
. .............. 2,397.81


473,963.05 3,936,477.06
24,101.78 604,063.22
. .............. 249,365.15
. .............. 5,794,459.76


10,190.99
3,004.75
9,898.66


16,098.85



351.69
4,525.60
29,374.89


658,017.59 ...............


648,784.61

187,883.10


349,134.88




18,500.00
30,428.92


11,102.42

73,447.66


157,420.49
192,430.82
15,719.64

2,197.50
203,143.57
102,002.42

72,026.80
32,044.30
9,780.72
7,295.00


138,070.00 5,846,052.59 (335,545.02) 1,396,345.60
150,900.00 8,713,350.10 941,839.28 691,690.10


1,484,129.98


93,251.12
2,556.28
1,887,059.68


2,208.59
(2,486.33)
(13,281.54)


36,690.54
101,078.74
585,033.21


. .. ..









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Number 4 ................... .... 97,408.39
Number 5 ....................... 2,778,887.27
Number 6 ....................... 1,883,120.06
Number 7 ....................... 1,500,000.00
Num ber 8 ....................... ...............
Educational and General Activities-
Incidental Trust Fund .............. 6,121,597.00
University of Florida
Auxiliary Trust Fund ................ 1,152,633.22
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ....... 170,660.68
Health Center-Educational and General
Liability Insurance Trust Fund ....... 50,662.96
t Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... 453,344.72
S Working Capital Trust Fund ........... 549,521.57
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ...................... 1,831,084.28
Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station-Research Contracts
Revolving Trust Fund .............. 444,187.39
Health Center-Educational and General
Incidental Trust Fund .............. ...............
Health Center-Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ................... .. 731,841.07
Health Center-Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund ...................... 6,188,865.69
Dormitories Revenue Certificates-
1948 Issue
Interest and Sinking Fund ........... ...............
Rental Trust Fund ................. 74,798.09
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund ...................... 85,076.46


377,271.05 1,013,057.00
. ......... 5,200,796.25
. ......... 5,650,000.00
. ......... 250,000.00
. .. 4,000,000.00


42,697,823.10

8,952,335.71
1,658,422.00

1,001,670.19
9,167,369.78
929,043.17

22,184,697.15


5,829,941.54

237,909.35

5,036,341.76

16,981,664.43


239,344.43
1,642,711.67


940,315.64
7,677,148.36
6,389,052.73
996,081.82
2,994,665.68


4,064,557.26 2,354,573.24 47,009,394.95


4,454,995.69
2,943.43

142,434.00
406,605.23
5,706,499.57


7,723,485.83 5,695,346.20
648,790.36 1,001,807.49


1,131,516.89
37,239.96
4,109,034.50


74,877.60 12,902,155.01 9,805,002.90 1,383,501.12


89,913.52 1,894,106.50 4,085,161.93


92,727.36


5,713.16


228,541.69 2,260,295.12 2,812,191.27


206,339.02 10,224,409.78 7,548,658.19 5,603,801.17


201,000.00
80,362.15


235,024.57
200,000.00


(200.00) 205,519.86
1,490,000.00 107,871.91


59,203.72 1,237,492.91 83,514.06


452,033.92
(1,379,445.09)
93,294.84
213,079.23
77,312.37


95,386.88
1,681,980.25
1,050,772.49
540,838.95
928,021.95

3,520,009.17

1,141,132.59
181,428.26

39,232.92
558,127.65
561,695.00


24,017.34
9,431,952.12
2,514,334.81


237,080.14


384,774.02

87,843.41

924,238.13


............... 1,295,134.23








Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ......................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1954 Issue
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ................... ...
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1955 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Repairs and Replacements
Trust Fund ......................
Laboratory School Revenue Certificates
Reserve Maintenance Trust Fund .....
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Housing Revenue Certificates-
1959 Issue
S Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Building Maintenance and Equipment
Reserve Trust Fund ..............
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1962 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund .....................
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1964 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Housing Revenue Certificates-
1970 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Village Center South
Construction Trust Fund ............


12,293.25



4,127.85



21,007.70

4,777.79

12,383.71
4,707.50


43,343.34



21,030.27
77,588.23


5,385.83


33,888.52 ...............

12,037.51 ...............

2,656.25 ...............
19,115.89 27,100.00


227,761.15 3,233,605.44
. ......... 1,117,320.68


10,507.68


6,328.80

2,062.50



10,850.87


182,233.43


83,064.40


63,825.00


38,836.00 ...............

7,615.79 ...............


53,463.08
407,841.10


184,000.00
16,468.63


4,126,98 ............ ..............


87,486.60 .


11,269.69



12,766.23
75,890.67


30,202.95



2,187.26


19,549.78



10,204.63
1,697.56


54,426.66 ...............


228.22


8,500.00
43,830.65


862,059.78
1,077,663.73

114,246.30


629.92


2,539,789.51


33,193.56


41,944.74 ...............


1,010.00


2,488.41


234,753.87 ...............
61,233.64 313,826.79


469.56


15,957.16

6,539.96
7,092.74


142,581.70
39,656.95

109,126.25


3,220.06

6,179.88


2,709.21
60,100.17


4,126,98 ............... ...............

680.54 ... .... ...... 86,806.06









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


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.....................
o Housing Revenue Certificates-
1971 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Housing System Aquisition
Trust Fund-1974 .................
Housing System Revenue
Trust Fund-1974 .................
Law Review Trust Fund ..............
Uniform Payroll 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 ..........
Visual Education Trust Fund ..........
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ......


132,603.16


184,674.65


29.80


126,428.75 1,585,256.00 ...............


644,447.91 1,390,905.00

730,526.68 6,700,629.19

119,057.88 1,274,774.00


4,266.67


.......4,250.17
4,250.17


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

5.40
476,164.28


158,534.00


8,357.96


255,073.43 1,358,708.74


71,031.86 1,522,008.07


256,349.48


45,050.96 2,071,885.11 4,541,656.76


352.80


15,700.00 ...............


2,802,120.00

306,611.46
18,545.45


159,493.99
4,449,391.84
5,517,268.73


254,616.84 1,053,561.83


19,938.20 ...............


57,600.00 2,825,296.00


4,549.30


2,125,810.48
6,024,253.16
467,197.73
4.25


122,000.00
16,142.32
99,867,250.74

746,967.39
4,341,260.50
28,142.17


19,631.93

126,363.94

(100,501,970.87)

1,732,784.44
5,998,275.65
5,864,534.12


9,246.82 234,398.46 245,779.05


108,531.33 455,485.56 113,989.05


150,415.65

97,902.58

328,027.22

862,664.96

86,006.01


28.47


14,792.07

62,796.82
6,653.30
634,720.13

131,711.57
1,099,246.58
289,537.63
104,662.78

5.40
5,233.59


36,739.92 614,442.50 26,823.52







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-
1964 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Revenue Certificates-1950 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ......................
Demonstration School Revenue Certificates
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Repairs and Replacement
t3 Trust Fund ......................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1954 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ...... ................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1956 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ................... ..
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1957 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ......................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund........


2,440.59


33,584.00
12,047.72

90,724.70


5.25 ...............


1,030.00 ...............


45,194.28 ............... .............
(74.15) 10,532.24 21,349.00


6,970.61


409,888.34 1,276,011.29


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


239,310.99


55,607.51


131,368.70


78,051.78


1,415.84


726.50
1,156.81


(2,475.67) 208,113.27


31,777.88 1,551,650.88


958,300.81 ............... ...............


844.56

205.15

3,728.75


101,978.92

66,656.11

200.00


923,580.52


72,790.45 ...............

38,673.50 ...............


994.39


20,350.00 ............... ...............
2,866.70 5,400.00 13,906.25


55.58


18,550.00


10,000.00


3,500.00 ............... ...............


2,746.40
(16.82)


716.66
6,436.44


2,305.28
9,017.35


685,273.97 ...............


42,066.54 11.74 319.67
22,465.14 51,489.31 121,665.00


(716.53)


20,450.00


493.44


158,078.38

163,374.27

102,737.86

37,987.57

4,358.43


8,700.00
22.96

10,931.17


7,000.00 ...............


742.55


879,999.95


1,360.38
10,275.14


36,368.75


42,316.58 ............... 81.37
141,373.75 ................ 54,245.70









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund .....................
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1959 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund .....................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ................... .
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1961 Issue
o Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund ................... ..
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1963 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1963 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ................... ..
Revenue Certificates-1969 Issue
Construction Trust Fund ............
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Athletic Field House
Improvement Project Construction
Trust Fund ......................
Uniform Payroll Trust Fund ...........


49.87


68,300.34


49.87


264,208.92 ...............


287,587.60


7.00 ............... .... ..... .....
41,578.60 151.02 73,000.00 85,030.00


23,191.10


23,985.99
30,484.66

6,046.47


36,250.31


262,682.07


64.28


17,546.66
234,250.99

20,022.65


275,324.50


553,278.35


1,003,483.26 10,441,005.94


47,959.13
27,750.00


152.049.78


299,273.08
102,783.83


109.13


60,024.32


3,006.45


63,514.75


3,535.30


23,191.10 ...............


100,565.99


263,277.28


11,646.41 . . . .


59,286.88


227,445.19


282,930.25


368,676.96


47,060.87 3,912,124.88 6,612,456.16


27,265.99
85,100.00


15,599.46 158,977.33


346,721.10
85,537.50


3,937.40
19,517.68


44,921.66

7.00
29,699.62

173.41


990.98
1,458.37

17,429.16


32,872.43


223,373.57

966,969.03

23,839.70
110,578.65


36,885.60 79,540.28 210,200.69
42,789,667.32 (42,974,035.08) 184,367.76








Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
University
Auxiliary Trust Fund ................
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ......
Grants and Aids Donation Trust Fund ...
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1952 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund .....................
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Repairs and Replacement
Trust Fund .....................
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1963 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
co 1964 Issue
-. Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Hospital
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Operation and Maintenance
Trust Fund ................... ..
Housing Revenue Certificates-
1969 Issue
Construction Trust Fund.............
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Apartment Revenue Certificates-
1963 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1964 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Mobile Home Unit Trust Fund .........
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ......................


450,324.60 1,470,434.42

8,537.62 18,529.50
436,334.76 4,609,534.50


3,908.01 112,341.39

22,951.95 30.00
16,401.80 16,925.00

24,524.52 .............


6,411.32


47,184.79

36,084.69

3,643.13


75,128.21


167,439.76


105,216.12 1,919,223.20

25.55 13,727.94
239,961.47 3,447,418.19




97,176.21 ...............
15,000.00 34,682.95


93.79 ...............


31,057.50 ...............


162,356.92


2,420.33

1,869.02
966,122.39


112,100.00

110,645.55
(42.29)




58,388.40


195,868.89


22,575.20 ...............


105.00 ...............


7,431.29 ............... .... ........... ........
6,113.33 91,383.68 7,431.29 23,212.50


14,228.12 .. ..........


16,502.50 ...............
44,788.01 100,588.39


22,550.00


53,000.00


154,419.60


104,331.61

11,495.71
872,290.15


4,149.40

9,512.61
13,686.14

24,524.52


23,151.13


18,849.45

44,566.99

11,685.45


7,431.29 ...............
49,721.77 31,994.03


36,311.88 ...............


68,119.58


117,638.88


466.24


1,382.92
27,737.52


132,457.61 ............... 89,362.03


121,489.81 1,498.99 98,830.84








ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Florida Technological University
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Auxiliary Trust Fund ................
Extension Incidental Trust Fund .......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1967 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Construction Trust Fund ............
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ......................
University of South Florida
Co Working Capital Trust Fund ...........
t3 Auxiliary Trust Fund ................
Student Fee Building Trust Fund .......
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ......
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1959 Issue
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Building Maintenance Reserve
Trust Fund ......................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1960 Issue
Operation and Maintenance Trust Fund
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Maintenance and Equipment Reserve
Trust Fund ................... ..


52,345.54
125,678.31
20,822.45


107,203.55


1,355,142.29
1,875,041.89
230,562.07


349,464.46
4,967.50


12,391 56 ...............


163,626.80
972,009.25
217,774.34


27,915.70
3,866,489.25
38,310.34


102,464.30 130,126.97
1,083,205.29 7,264,659.23


57,012.38
91,203.38

27,177.92


78,909.00
121,551.26


99,789.30
220,347.05
4,981.29


21,492.74
(4,967.50)

21,709.87

1,163,557.94
1,776,008.51


111.40
201,607.13


266,438.81 ...............
31,211.94 29,000.00

66,765.95 ...............


208,170.89
37,680.33


1,147.00
34,000.00


1,080,843.79
2,000,669.68
173,888.29


318,289.44


10,788.01

847,790.69
4,924,576.15


101,114.20
4,800,024.32


56,378 23
107,893.63

56,500.00


72,792.53
142,372.93


288,890.32
171,165.18
65,302.96


70,553.54


6,862.14


137,543.02
49,232.39
17,174.56


89,317.77


16,451.28


177,917.19 329,392.56
877,484.72 812,446.14
256,084.68 ...............

26,592.83 104,995.64
2,721,365.07 1,028,082.26


233,393.16
(10.13)

(117.91)


190,532.35
(13.48)


33,679.80
43,531.82

37,561.78


24,902.01
50,872.14


53,200.00 (2,669.70) 5,567.48


50,741.55 5,356.23 . . . .








Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1961 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1962 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Dormitory, Dining, and Auxiliary
Revenue Certificates-1965 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ......................
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1962 Issue
Interest and Sinking Trust Fund ......
Medical Center-Professional Liability
Self-Insurance Trust Fund ...........
O Florida Atlantic University
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Auxiliary Trust Fund ................
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1964 Issue
Construction Trust Fund............
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Revenue Certificates-1966 Issue A
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Revenue Certificates-1966 Issue B
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 ......


171,503.41
252,234.99


141,894.52


126,148.19
90,348.00

63,242.09


124,348.28

20,542.59


299,887.63 .. ...........
60,768.95 64,330.00


402,165.30


494,522.50
80,105.59

89.37


47,090.54

178,333.46


370,502.66 1,637,917.87
139,019.90 2,312,595.60


158,140.50


1,450.00


11,967.47
131,100.00

175,000.00


86,000.00

220.00


174,594.62
288,530.78


119,611.54


113,105.38
183,866.67

82,484.12


173,807.50

200,500.00


263,195.10 1,956,498.81
446,457.92 1,735,276.90


696,537.75 ...............


(92.88) ............... ...............
78,435.29 137,191.55 35,439.23


139,326.14

84,659.77

87,676.53


117,588.10 ...............


109,915.26

42,298.00


125.28 ...............


42,975.07

43,763.95


615,292.01


236,272.13
(21.90)


354,566.32


60,524.29
88,825.06


71,331.96


434,628.42 84,904.36
(148.35) 117,835.27


76,746.27


(67.42)

(5,667.12)

132,483.30
448,533.05

75,152.22


79,101.07


83,698.74

4,263.17

182,633.52
714,263.47

164,234.02


(92.88) ............... ...............
74,607.50 64,420.10 112,038.47


86,512.50

84,712.50

53,394.21


101,537.06

80,229.94

25,523.93


68,864.68

72,607.66

94,820.34


68.38 ............... ...............


193.66


368,976.80 234,385.16 109,024.03 1,094,982.00


(507,651.66) 125,055.65









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Auxiliary Trust Fund ................
Continuing Education Program
Extension Incidental Trust Fund ......
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1966 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Dormitory Revenue Certificates-
1972 Issue
Revenue Trust Fund ...............
Sponsored Research Development
Trust Fund ......................
S1972 Project Construction Trust Fund ...
t4 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 Highway Safety Commission
Trust Fund ............ .........


106,589.77 630,233.79 3,213.00 662,512.84 19,572.00 57,951.72


17,794.07


62,097.66


3,780.00


37,651.21


256,439.51


4,220.30


9,525.51


228,558.88 ...............


15,942.38 1,195,810.86
213,363.74 23,765.40


88,519.84
251,966.82
175,880.63

3,130.38

22,356.97
84,225.26
98,441.14


90,501.76


143,164.47
1,334,086.66
188,287.14


278,948.35
505,538.30

(615.21)
127,007.15
311,525.37


131.84 ...............


53,462.41
429,384.07
857,782.35


71.00


148.80 ..............


184,083.04


267,324.96


126,026.03
52,690.64


382,467.36

21,000.00

21,711.31


42,802.71


380,496.73


186,648.24

766,607.38
1,164,404.46

153,321.47
1,231,862.55
613,733.41

522.40

48,539.28
528,063.76
738,478.66


548,020.05


6,986.51


(157,517.73)


21,264.23

629,698.88
(459,516.64)

14,593.76
281,346.09
(256,482.89)

2,715.86

13,045.13
38,620.14
77,660.92


(204,275.09)


1,847.66 ...............


198,251.67


13,862.25


9,876.36


105,083.68


24,426.41

94,395.33
37,779.62

63,153.87
199,851.99
318,442.62


23.96


14,234.97
72,951.46
192,774,55


129,295.16

19,301.14

261,005.39


1,055,344.56 1,372,692.78 168,104.86


70,331.10 2,525,811.10 ...............








Governor's Council on Criminal
Justice Trust Fund ................
Governor's Council on Criminal
Justice-Block Grant Matching
Trust Fund ......................
Governor's Council on Criminal
Justice-Grants and Donation
Trust Fund ................. .....
Division of Personnel
State Personnel System Trust Fund .....
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
State Employees Health Insurance
Trust Fund ......................
State Employees Savings Bonds
Trust Fund ......................
Division of Retirement
Florida Retirement System
O Trust Fund ................. .....
Social Security Contribution
Trust Fund ......................
Judicial Retirement Trust Fund-
Miscellaneous Revenue .............
Social Security Administration
Trust Fund ......................
Teachers Retirement System-
Survivors Benefits Trust Fund ........
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Office of the Secretary
Administrative Trust Fund ............
Commission of Human Relations
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Office of the Secretary
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Neighborhood Youth Corps Trust Fund ..
Economic Opportunity Trust Fund .....
Community Services Trust Fund .......


2,022,397.75 18,226,740.63


1,514,478.47


621,354.19


. ......... 327,340.62

603,181.72 2,709,303.24
70,292.85 533,493.52


2,194,489.43

295,778.79


155,076.82 13,998,825.81 5,170,458.59 1,234,930.80


226,880.82


102,814.73

11,811.49
10,233.16


13,632.00


108,705.25

2,187,832.08
404,743.75


592,595.09 19,862,578.42 18,458,136.47

191.25 1,265.917.96 1,228,311.98


18,565,561.91 418,185,716.98

16,277,676.93 581,666,673.75



213,378.26 3,499,083.34


85,946,805.27

92,268,768.92


505,912,605.57

685,649,047.87

1.66 ....

200,000.00


319,926.18 4,850,119.51 2,263,428.92 7,168,518.03


49,483.73 .... ..........


2,500.00


32,808.76
508,767.24


2,391.00


3,342,705.46
416,505.03
1,367,132.73


147,509.46

23,906.00

7,700.00
219.44
187.84
2,083,501.00


95,116.09

15,096.00

3,330.03
2,958,686.41
468,668.79
3,000,018.70


10,593.00 2,338,488.48


270,361.92

787,918.37
144.512.28


51,088.18

348,546.00
64,763.50


62,346.69 4,129,179.78


2,295.42


331,280.60


3,692,386.42 13,093,092.17

296,196.26 4,267,875.47

...... (1.66)

3,500,000.00 12,461.60

810.00 264,146.58


31,406.95 70,470.15

6,177.59 7,523.41

1,905.51 2,464.46
197,466.25 219,581.00
49,797.51 406,993.81
(176.89) 450,791.92









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Division of Disaster Preparedness
U.S. 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 Veteran Affairs
State Approval Agency Trust Fund .....
SDivision of Technical Assistance
Urban Planning Assistance Revolving
Trust Fund ......................
Relocation Assistance Trust Fund ......
Community Development Trust Fund ...
Revolving Rural Land Acquisition
and Site Development Assistance
Trust Fund ...................... .
Factory Built Housing Trust Fund ......
Division of Training and Professional
Development-Bureau of Police Standards
Grants and Donations Trust Funds......
Fire College Publications Revolving
Trust Fund ...................... .
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION
Office of the Executive Director
Administrative Trust Fund ............
Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering
Operating Trust Fund ................


2,638.37
22,475.91


32,021.95
891,288.68


41,586.99 1,029,232.02


14,761.11

28,643.11

28,729.55


110,860.46
1,746.63
215.48


..176,744.67
176,744.67


8,180.46


4,068.86


61,600.63 ...............

59,210.26 ...............


324,010.58


1,371,382.21


15,000.00


6,285.31
343,536.88

693,386.19

46,366.77

57,678.87

240,404.16


3,254.09 1,268,231.44


(2,092.44)
.... .....

293,031.60

25,264.44

24,023.76

102,717.01


136,074.97


24.. ............ ..... .. .. ............... ...........78)
24,998.00 13,588.07 5,790.94 (126.78)


404,759.47
61,859.50


2,399,159.00 2,500,000.00
. .............. 40,673.01


387.40 ...............


. ....... 10,895.49


39,305.45 ...............


3,000.00


211,277.59


7,638.55

4,388.95


168,967.41


334,589.73 34,826,891.88 16,733.82 22,383,989.28


4,672.97
22,015.31


30,467.45
570,227.71

88,470.08

4,730.53

6,150.74

24,618.96


81,190.35
1,746.63
33,137.39


299,245.50
175,915.85


929.31 ...............


1,312.83


8,193.71


81,615.63 ...............

12,301,755.97 492,470.18








Additional Harness and Dog Track
Tax Trust Fund ................... .57,256.02
Florida Horse Racing Promotion
Trust Fund ...................... 89,553.80
Hotel and Restaurant Commission
Administrative Trust Fund ............ ...............
Division of Florida Land Sales
Florida Land Sales Trust Fund ......... 45,870.41
Division of Beverage
Cigarette Tax Collection Trust Fund .... 2,657,102.74
Beverage License Trust Fund .......... 174,096.55
Division of General Regulation
Yacht and Ship Brokers Trust Fund ..... 32,474.95
Certified Shorthand Reporters
Trust Fund ...................... 13,213.30
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Office of Secretary and Division of
Co Administration
SAdministrative Trust Fund ............ 1,580,606,87
Special Employment Security
Trust Fund ...................... 1,420,735.28
Revolving Trust Fund ................ 74,360.11
Caldwell Data Center Working Capital
Trust Fund ...................... ...............
Bicentennial Commission Trust Fund .... 485,643.68
Workmen's Compensation Special Disability
Trust Fund ...................... 1,664,495.03
Industrial Relations Commission
Trust Fund ...................... ...............
Manpower Planning Council Trust Fund ................
Public Employee Relations Trust Fund .................
Division of Labor
Workmen's Compensation Administration
Trust Fund .................. .... 1,692,203.20
State Approval Agency for Private
Schools Trust Fund ................ 7,750.70


13,418,954.49

317,282.29

12,748.00

588,218.00

176,948,455.46
11,445,499.02

431,017.40

11,650.00


5,750.00 8,871,250.00

........ 330,785.94


107.50


83.60

215.48


366,243.14 1,835,364.02

. .............. 586,924.53
47,840.01 713,202.10

4,338.81 2,442,144.00
1,121,806.91 (438.21)

4,298,196.46 556.71

12,839.90 539,861.00
17,972,861.27 279,136.52
7,060.86 ...............


7,125,510.31


414,408.48

787,356.56
5,734,578.11

37,074.72

15,150.00



3,240.294.96

1,727,751.08
597,134.18

1,550,745.34
868,235.99

4,400,093.93

328,283.01
11,316,542.33
. .. ......


1,002.07 4,386,053.61

........ 1,188.86


4,468,915.11


199,651.78

174,992,719.49
5,672,638.33

10,558.35

7,450.00



(101,517.16)

25,790.01
108,429.52

716,274.43
28,103.94

194,983.19

158,643.86
5,897,533.22
. .. ... .....


141,795.40

76,050.15

12,748.00

20,135.65

3,825,482.15
212,462.73

416,074.76

2,263.30



643,436.23

254,118.72
129,838.52

179,463.04
710,672.45

1,368,171.08

65,774.03
1,037,922.24
7,060.86


2,784,192.23 1,648,469.74

............... 6,561.84









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Self-Insurance Assessments Trust Fund .. 9,063.06
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... ...............
Division of Employment Security
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....................
Employment Security Administration
Trust Fund ...................... 2,676,348.16
Workmen's Compensation Administration
Trust Fund ...................... 75.00
Workmen's Compensation Special Disability
Trust Fund ...................... ...............
State Approval Agency for Private
Schools Trust Fund ................ 1,327.41
00 Unemployment Compensation Benefit
Trust Fund ...................... 6,615,064.78
Unemployment Compensation Clearing
Trust Fund ....................... 189,728.11
Manpower Development and Training
Trust Fund ................. .... 376,483.83
Work Incentive Benefits Trust Fund ..... 46,958.05
Crew Chief Registration Trust Fund ..... 13,218.23
Division of Tourism
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... ...............
Division of Economic Development
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... 13,417.22
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Office of Secretary and Division of
Administration
Working Capital Trust Fund ........... 40,293,861.29
Division of Road Operations
Primary Trust Fund ................. 15,489,315.83
Secondary Trust Fund ............... 3,868,977.73


58.40 ............... 8,939.45 ............... 182.01
16,217.00 ............... .............. ............... 16,217.00


1,401,252.99

34,351,295.62

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


715,774.00 1,704,322.00

5,860,350.51 27,169,844.37


1,080.53

179.35


10,854.66

12,755,032.36


401,850.33

2,963,117.56


1,155.53 ..............................

179.35 ..............................


1,327.41


299,712,420.90

83,877,852.08

1,355,618.90
1,331,067.67
26,250.00


6,164.00 275,786,440.69

1,602.96 83,125,113.89

188,707.00 1,771,542.52
633.96 1,276,679.08
. ......... 176.28


109,975.00 ...............

59,565.33 ...............


1,352.73

44,594.76


16,070,949.13 567,116,089.50 528,933,167.78


402,842,848.98
136,642,617.02


169,084,378.78
11,778,673.61


228,890,912.81
72,452,052.00


(10,757.00) 30,557,965.99


591,214.20


352,855.06


(170.30) 149,437.51
(56.00) 102,036.60
. ...... 39,291.95


108,506.92

15,567.41



58,423,634.60

351,152,466.87
79,710,461.85


115.35


12,820.38



36,124,097.54

7,373,163.91
127,754.51


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









1966 Sunshine Skyway Project
Construction Trust Fund ............
Alachua County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 .............
Sarasota County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82 .............
Citrus County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 .............
Bay County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund Number 81 ............
Bradford County Secondary Fuel Tax
Anticipation Certificates Trust Fund ...
Brevard County 1968 Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ...........
Broward County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 1 ..............
Everglades Parkway Project Construction
(. Trust Fund Number 81 .............
CO Wakulla County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 .............
Clay County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82 .............
Clay County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 83 .............
Collier County-Marco Island Bridge
Causeway-Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 21 .............


613.84












1.00

884.08





1,880.17

...... ....


1,209.65


Jacksonville Expressway Authority System
Improvements Project Trust Fund ....................
Escambia County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............. 55.00
Indian River County Secondary Fuel
Tax Anticipation Certificates
Trust Fund ...................... 3,509.51
Lafayette County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............. ...............


1,046,254.30

3,897,592.97

1,088,934.58

1,249.70

88.80



43,026.01

1,361,475.00

1,765,000.00



863,939.01


80,000.00

11,000.00

59,028.64

4,068.29





31,500.00

40,000.00



214,242.00




1,073.26

. ... . .


3,975,199.61

545,621.95









1,392,975.00

1,805,000.00



212,000.00


. .. ...

. .. .. . ..


613.84

1,046,254.30



554,312.63

59,065.27

4,068.29



43,910.09







866,181.01


44.95

373.26

... .... ....


2,393.36



1,213.0;

88.80

1.00







1,880.17




1,164.70

700.00

55.00


............. .. ......... ........... ... ..... 3,509.51

7,449.76 ........................... 7,449.76 ...............









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975


Name of Fund
Lee County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82............. .
Levy County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81.............
Levy County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 2 .............. .
Escambia County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 83 .............
Manatee County Toll Bridges Construction
Trust Fund ......................
Marion County Project Construction
Trust Fund ...................... .
SMonroe County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............
Okaloosa County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82 ............
Okeechobee County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............
Orange County Project Construction
Trust Fund ......................
Central Florida Expressway Project
Construction Trust Fund ............
Nassau County Anticipation Bonds
Trust Fund ...................... .
Osceola County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund Number 82 ............


Palm Beach County Road Bond Anticipation
Notes Trust Fund ............... ..
Palm Beach County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 1 ................


J










.


I


Charlotte County Anticipation Road Bond ...............


576,337.32
3,243,245.39


Receipts Disbursements
By Transfer By Warrant


Balance Direct
uly 1, 1974 Receipts

............. 2,917,338.37

333.55 ...............

............. 11,310.41

............. 3,919,826.00

75.00 572.48

.... .... 736.67

............. 15,033.63

............. 1,123,890.10

............. 3,479.21

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

............. 311,322.74

. .......... 1,497,233.91

.......... .. 23,636.61

........... 12,105,292.04


80,500.00









88,282.22



193,716.39

30,000.00



200,000.00


Disbursements
By Transfer

2,917,338.37







647.48

582.94

2,274.50

1,123,890.10

91,761.43



505,039.13

573.55

23,636.61

2,343,292.04


Balance
June 30, 1975




333.55

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





153.73

300.00





13.93



37,710.36



. ... .


........ .. .. ........... 576,337.32 ...............
43,500.00 2,159,602.50 1,127,142.89 ...............


11,310.41

4,000,326.00

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



12,459.13

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







1,488,950.00



9,962,000.00


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









Pasco County 1965 Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82 ............. 25.00
1973 Turnpike Improvement Project
Trust Fund ....................... ..............
Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway
Authority-1971 Project Construction
Trust Fund ...................... 810,772.63
Polk County Project Construction
Trust Fund ...................... ...............
Putnam County 1972 Project Construction
Trust Fund .....................................
St. Lucie County 1967 Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............. ...............
Port St. Lucie Interchange Turnpike
Improvement Project Construction
Trust Fund ...................... ...............
Santa Rosa County Road Project Construction
r Trust Fund ...................... 450.00
SSeminole County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............. ...............
Seminole County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 2 .............. 70.30
Seminole County Secondary Fuel Tax
Anticipation Certificates Trust Fund... 6,570.15
Sumter County Project Construction
Trust Fund ...................... 534.93
Suwannee County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............. ...............
Union County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 81 ............. 980.00
Volusia County Project Acquisition
Trust Fund ...................... .60
Wakulla County Secondary Tax Anticipation
Certificates Trust Fund ............. .66
Walton County Project Construction
Trust Fund ...................... 95.50


396.05

1,574,950.00


36,014,274.78




600,118.63

334,334.48


1,875,721.96

15,540.00

1,130,944.09

7,580.77

(6,570.15)


.....1,095,982.64......
1,095,982.64

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






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


19,868.75

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


3,607,129.90

44.90

121,218.82

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


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

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

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

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

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














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


19,888.16





38,378,821.93










.........615,000.00...
...............

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





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

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


















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


401.64 ...............

1,574,950.00 ...............


(37,618.00)




721,337.45

334,334.48


1,260,721.96




1,130,944.09

7,601.07





.....1,095,982.64....
1,095,982.64

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

.. ... .. .. .

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

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


2,090,973.38

44.90

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







15,990.00

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

50.00




534.93




980.00

.60

.66

95.50









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Duval County Rights-of-Way Acquisition
Trust Fund ...................... ............... ... ............
Jackson County Rights-of-Way
Acquisition Trust Fund ............. ............... 100.00
Dade County 1970 Expressway Project
Construction Trust Fund ............ 149,000.00 12,482,102.07
Escambia County 1970 Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82 ............................. .............
Palm Beach County Project Construction
Trust Fund Number 82 ................................ 3,071,293.82
Charlotte County Secondary Fuel Tax
Anticipation Certificates Trust Fund .................. 257,067.97
N Palm Beach County Secondary Fuel Tax
Anticipation Certificates Trust Fund... ............... 2,370,508.68
Burns Data Center
Working Capital Trust Fund ........... 107,405.32 48,419.46
Centralized Mobile Equipment and Warehouse
Operations
Working Capital Trust Fund ........... 1,245,797.15 904,981.55
DEPARTMENT OF POLLUTION CONTROL
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........ 598,613.03 1,827,470.43
Pollution Recovery Trust Fund .......... 70,503.96 127,025.38
Project Construction Trust Fund ......... 852,721.72 37,313,622.98
Sewage Treatment Loan Trust Fund ...... 92,587,923.66 1,503,466.48
Sewage Treatment Disbursement Trust Fund ............... ...............
DEPARTMENT OF CITRUS
Citrus Advertising Trust Fund ........... 3,028,449.28 33,901,707.14


1,493,284.81 ...............

1,080,805.89 ...............


1,548,000.00


1,493,284.81 ...............

1,080,905.89 ...............


301,000.00 13,878,102.07 ...............


415,498.94 ...............


650,495.50

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

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


216,526.12


198,972.82


567,690.86 3,154,098.46 ...............

. ........ .257,067.97 ...............

.......... 2,370,508.68 ...............


2,330,429.55 1,367,067.67 1,046,492.02


20,814,585.32


20,351,944.48


64.02 1,371,810.10
. ............. 872.90
40,398.33 38,113,884.90
92,858.13 28,429,618.44
63,255,022.12 ................


72,694.64


1,168,967.22 1,444,452.32


743,429.98

92,858.13
62,903,184.14


310,907.40
196,656.44

2,851,445.69
63,255,022.12


1,476,524.39 3,225,882.97


843.48 32,228,592.54







DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND
OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
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 Dentistry
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Professional Engineers
and Land Surveyors
Operating Trust Fund ..............
S Board of Funeral Directors and
Embalmers
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Registration for Foresters
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Medical Examiners
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Florida State Board of Nursing
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Optometry
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Osteopathic Examiners
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Pharmacy
Operating Trust Fund .............
Florida State Board of Veterinary Medicine
Operating Trust Fund ..............


9,970.32


168,576.80

150,037.52

7,332.65

32,175.72

108,027.79


144,306.66


20,907.85

3,075.84

414,335.47

148,297.97

17,374.13

49,698.40

96,240.40

134,782.02

72,016.68


868.37


378,451.81

142,390.35

16,267.00

66,195.00

265,502.75


254,004.60


186,829.05

2,373.50

439,139.02

686,989.35

80,165.00

76,381.00

84,769.69

312,173.36

39,903.50


188,072.46


273.35

7.14


50.00


160.90

(96.26)

23.20


4.99

100.00


199,285.26


313,327.10

203,537.96

11,388.21

31,923.72

258,355.59


203,575.44


99,953.87

2,959.75

373,990.77

449,760.04

22,548.24

54,073.39

61,539.46

201,908.99

48,695.64


(32,091.91)


56,597.37

44,461.85

9,875.65

30,595.75

64,885.22


57,270.15


65,569.10

397.56

110,229.21

199,093.78

30,692.43

12,465.18

22,108.66

79,480.47

8,643.73


31,717.80


177,377.49

44,435.20

2,335.79

35,851.25

50,289.73


137,515.67


42,213.93

2,092.03

369,415.41

186,337.24

44,321.66

59,540.83

97,361.97

165,570.91

54,680.81









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Board of Examiners of Psychology
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Florida Board of Landscape Architects
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Division of Occupations
Barbers Sanitary Commission
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Cosmetology
Operating Trust Fund .............. 70
Board of Massage
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Naturopathic Examiners
A Operating Trust Fund ..............
Board of Dispensing Opticians
Operating Trust Fund .............. 3
Florida Real Estate Commission
Operating Trust Fund .............. 37
Sanitarians Registration Board
Operating Trust Fund ..............
Construction Industry Licensing Board
Operating Trust Fund .............. 83
Watchmakers Commission
Operating Trust Fund .............. 3
Electrical Contractors Licensing Board
Operating Trust Fund .............. 2
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES
Office of Secretary and
Division of Administrative Services
Administrative Trust Fund ............ 9


7,292.35

4,383.55


7,012.54

0,600.87

6,433.28

3,222.57

2,116.88


9,815.00 ...............

23,152.00 ...............


124,597.50


4.99


498214.08 ...............

20,064.00 ...............

1,820.00 ...............


53,774.04


2,833.44 2,529,815.01


3,534.54


6,960.00


6,457.70 1,073,845.41


0,037.11

5,970.49


222.52


11,635.51

9,598.48


86,177.46

654,538.06

7,900.57

852.91

17,359.18


338.85 1,880,005.91


4.00

569.08


38,900.00 ...............


119,966.25


1,800.96


4,694.86

620,764.80

7,552.37

17,196.29


914.83

11,734.51


34,108.74

165,918.10

12,443.68

237.64

18,764.04

626,961.50

798.18


4,557.01

6,202.56


11,328.83

378,358.79

6,153.03

3,952.02

49,990.22

396,019.89

5,005.50


218,817.68 1,071,289.71


22,599.73

43,686.88


38,785.01

86,854.53


3,812.99 556.46 1,505,778.76 1,966,567.32


(560,423.88) 194,004.77







Jacksonville Data Center
Working Capital Trust Fund .........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Comprehensive Services Delivery
System Trust Fund ................
Social Security Act Reimbursement
Trust Fund ......................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..............
Investment Trust Fund...............
Division of Planning and Evaluation
Planning and Evaluation Trust Fund ....
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Hospital Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ......................
Division of Children's Medical Services
Donations Trust Fund ...............
U.S. Trust Fund ....................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..............
A1 Division of Corrections
Cn Administrative-Industrial Trust Fund ....
Prison Camp Revolving Trust Fund .....
Airport Operations Trust Fund ........
Land Acquisition Trust Fund ..........
Work Release Trust Fund .............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Division of Youth Services
General Office-Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ......................
Arthur C. Dozier School for Boys
at Marianna Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ......................
Florida School for Boys at Okeechobee
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....
Alyce D. McPherson School for Girls
at Ocala and Forest Hills
Land Sales Trust Fund .............
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....


259,054.04 1,143,358.01 3,606,868.36 3,887,243.48
116,951.27 263,690.95 193,985.07 233,259.65


90,258.82

9,346,611.20
31,969.53


84,179.91
43,062.03


2,725.98


52,744.59


5,634.26 108,627,098.93
. .............. 527,034.96
6,144,420.06 3,600,000.00


281,322.08
94,296.38


229,181.00
72,034.40


641,033.03 4,526,026.50 ...............


924,815.93
119,160.72
166,141.66

325,492.87
437,114.68
6,636.90
13,700.00
138,018.65
3,174,288.79


66,183.86


50,868.51

32,945.87


1,092,475.10
2,094,707.35
155.76

6,977,612.36
16,380.81
300.00

30,388.84
1,335,282.34


199,806.46


170,339.00

135,004.00


263.00
60.00
1,332,440.00


76,384.36

6,210,207.47
429,677.82
6,106,609.80


887,597.78
69,597.73


234,439.15
271,769.91


69,345.03 ...............


44,250,894.00
32,505.45
3,548,897.66


727,705.50 (228,643.09)
153,909.67 31,980.61


4,940,060.31

1,394,734.56
2,206,033.56
1,512,540.14


4,643.05 6,356,658.32
3,780,935.24 2,893,537.21
............... 43.06


5,273,036.94


480,323.20


19,547.00

20,652.00


247,783.26
3,387,429.21


134,721.96


124,437.24

116,074.59


4.73 ............... .... ........... .........
24,248.52 70,796.72 8,552.03 70,217.45


(62,095.86)

117,065.17
(21,725.69)
(115,873.85)

648,989.54
853,405.97
6,893.84

(98,883.06)
873,961.48


527,311.99


42,049.38

50,594.12


67,518,242.92
96,821.22
88,912.60

95,620.58
23,502.53

289,095.08

505,754.30
29,620.20
102,071.13

302,100.42
487,487.55

13,700.00
19,507.29
5,521,217.38


84,279.57


74,267.89

21,933.16


4.73 ...............
18,323.72 15,056.10









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Howell E. Lancaster Youth Development
Center
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....
Field Services
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....
Group Treatment
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....
Federal Aid Trust Fund ...............
Detention Services Trust Fund .........
Detention Services Grants and
Donations Trust Fund ..............
SDivision of Mental Health
Administrative-Operation and
Maintenance Trust Fund ............
Drug Abuse Program ................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..............
Administrative-Grants and Donations
Trust Fund ......................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Division of Retardation
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..............
Community Mental Retardation Program
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....
Training Centers
Grants and Donations Trust Fund .....
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund ......
Disability Determination Vocational
Rehabilitation-U.S. Trust Fund ......
Workshop and Facilities Trust Fund .....


5,937.03

44,070.12

133,301.41
234,556.85
3,506,12




457,947.39
123,320.02
15,759.10

439,542.31


637,044.31

1,040,420.87

3,874.86

2,686,717.21

317,412.09
63,769.42


175,579.00

393,295.12

365,483.72
38,942.31
7,223,52

94,673.37


1,589,800.71
1,426,778.58


4,053,167.00


336,953.81

2,704,745,95

236,972.28

28,688,559.01

7,800,678.15
1,885,266.46


10,031.74

485,826.09

24,011.13
6,868,872.20


561,669.04


5,192,372.39
50,704.31
16,437,526.00

238,369.90


13,256,112.00

4,321.70



634,779.64

635.18
34,870.91


87,983.63

330,249.44

271,994.21
358.00


70,614.26


2,689,128.47
1,293,867.53
11,128,206.52

2,878,299.62
474,119.80

363,891.57

1,742,410.29

734,885.66

24,326,992.00

6,422,029.80
1,432,175.03


26,291.10

330,498.98

116,887.82
6,933,737.00
10,000.00

462,551.79


3,828,649.77
97,485.34
4,925,589.17

215,378.44
188,156.20

13,832,291.15

80,732.31

270,053.89

5,057,338.28

1,475,589.16
242,458.00


77,273.04

262,442.91

133,914.23
208,276.36
729.64

123,176.36


722,342.25
209,450.04
399,489.41

1,637,401.15
(662,276.00)

33,927.40

1,926,345.92

(764,092.41)

2,625,725.58

221,106.46
309,273.76








Bureau of Blind Services
U.S. Trust Fund ....................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Training and Operating Trust Fund .....
Workshop and Rehabilitation Facilities
Trust Fund ......................
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..............
Division of Family Services
Administrative Trust Fund ............
Direct Assistance and Services
Trust Fund ......................
Medical Care Trust Fund .............
Child Day Care U.S. Trust Fund........
Special Grants Trust Fund ............
Division of Health
Indian Medical Services Trust Fund .....
Hearing Aids and Devices Trust Fund ....
P- Federal Aids-in-Grant 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 ............
Federal Aid Trust Fund ..............
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 ............


113,599.27
37,262.87
63,973.74

5,927.98
47,022.42


579,081.00
109,321.76
175,955.13


599.57


16,109.36 734,708.00


7,898,756.40 36,320,036.55


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

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

838,723.31
.... .. .. ....


75,422,956.25
108,335,206.09
122,521,095.37
24,739,979.71


30,337.22
4,827,205.76
21,740,247.92
20,393,701.52

1,187,385.60

84,134.00

40,685.00

9,912,085.42
10,083.54


100,137.31 2,177,105.19
2,420,643.98 4,449,726.71

69,733.99 513,349.14
317.64 ...............


39,344,523.66

40,970,746.27
69,957,695.60
12,623,050.63
186.40


30.70
590.42
23,916,937.60
243,671.41

197,280.88


499,471.00


287,432.14
232,511.46


590,192.85
45,647.27
177,755.73

3.86
543,226.56

55,181,028.19

115,597,440.79
170,673,293.99
23,257,160.74
21,571,595.27


8,522.93
2,569,478.27
30,727,590.94
16,577,632.96

114,071.05
38.40
72,129.00
53,540.74
35,437.97

10,289,007.16
56,000.79


20,614.41
38,204.95
43,350.16


82,472.58
62,723.41
18,822.98


5,924.12 ...............
164,318.52 90,294.70


25,088,350.42

2,676,621.64
6,146,768.03
110,807,855.81
661,385.57


11,743.14
2,419,724.17
13,607,503.97
2,768,917.43

1,202,784.34

33,404.66
500,517.05
1,349.90


3,293,938.00

1,151,492.36
15,612,942.07
3,094,206.55
3,532,610.70

5,516.75
14,846.32
230,817.45
4,252,035.60
2,663,926.09

821,826.61
404.42
66,654.44
285.00
60,450.03


(144,810.08) 894,043.79
146,857.09 39,737.12


142.50 7,867.50 2,233,437.50
223,041.97 4,362,836.22 1,396,648.30


443,785.12 47,645.22


36,080.00
1,333,928.14

91,652.79
317.64


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









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


FLORIDA ENERGY COMMITTEE
Trust Fund ........................
DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
Office of Executive Director
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Revolving Trust Fund ................
Law Enforcement Data Center
Working Capital Trust Fund ...........
Division of Operations
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Division of Intelligence and Information
P Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
00 DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Division of Electronic Data Processing
Mayo 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 Pools
Bureau of Aircraft-Trust Fund ........


37,941.11


91.91 ...............


299,962.87
60,000.00


695,476.85

164,630.03

221,258.12



5.00
11,479.83


31,520.20


97,193.90
320,000.00


131,803.29 3,213,015.02 2,851,221.10


32.50

60,201.05


729,332.49

280,546.32


494,647.58

352,220.48


32,689.22


314,965.89 3,201,101.32
126,852.70 600,307.26

10,002.17 ...............


63,193.71

25,446.02

11,728.96


591,000.00


207,120.62 3,191,349.11
187,308.01 709,243.55

. . 9,270.62


2,725.34


1,154.36 ...............

14,288.86 ...............


10,021.46 215,051.35 27,933.79


649,212.36


6,437.40


1,000.00
(270,000.00)

602,477.63

332,490.72

79,206.43




35,801.76


218,292.54
117,909.62

(310.00)

(2,760.00)


75.42


200,868.97
10,000.00

586,596.43

66,856.72

130,578.58



5.00
8,367.29


313,546.18
87,314.80

1,041.55

10,466.69


26,600.38 ........ .......

26,017.82 ..............................

197,545.50 16,901.38 38,559.72








Motor Vehicle Operating Trust Fund ....
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 and
Division of Administration
Administrative Trust Fund ............
Division of Administration
Revenue Sharing Trust Fund
-For Counties ....................
SRevenue Sharing Trust Fund
(D -For Municipalities ...............
Local Government Additional Homestead
Exemption Trust Fund .............
Division of Miscellaneous Tax
Agricultural and Commercial Fishermen
Gasoline Tax Refunds Trust Fund .....
Retailer 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 ...............
Land Acquisition Clearing Trust Fund ...


91,214.25

76,420.97
122,879.68

13,874.52
739,299.16

97,092.27
571,325.42


846,421.08


6,531.12


650,786.90 ...............
44,089.78 1,252.58


139,600.00
1,506,730.00

20,009.20
4,201,537.13


57,300.14 ...............


9,206,012.05 ...............

14,540,995.34 ...............


8,659.52 ...............


771,530.83


572,452.82

499,491.44
58,023.24

376,598.42


30.75 76,816.04
629,353.77 4,400,267.38


463,512.00


62,236,186.66

163,998,828.32

17,000,000.00


200,384.77


564,708.59 ............... 2,567,472.14
7,044,809.85 338,297,030.34 ...............

589,504.38 24,221,027.65 ...............
. ....... .7,019.42 ...............


15,305.95 ...... ........


275,660.48


343,346.44


48,272,265.00

159,837,108.64

15,531,582.96


194,019.41

2,467,928.23
84,584,807.21


96,521.21

191,087.28
15,536.36


275,192.42

36,629.15
94,662.44


90,821.76 457,585.17
2,246,029.16 ...............


24,151.95
83,364.03



107,539.43


16,164.23
918,584.91



69,926.27


15,000,000.00 8,169,933.71

9,999,930.00 8,702,785.02

(62,252.49) 1,530,669.53


3,200.00

54,773.00
253,403,623.67


11,824.88

609,479.50
7,353,409.31


6,228,379.53 18,014,141.16 568,011.34
3,509.71 3,509.71 ...............


257,859.52


11,465.95 2,358.95 2,097,510.90 1,873,581.75
801,545.64 10,361,305.31 ............... 29,519.55


42.00


33,064.91


(7,543.82) 245,297.87
10,510,372.66 622,958.74









ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


Oil and Gas Tax Trust Fund ............
2% Premium Tax Clearing Trust Fund ...
Additional Gasoline Tax Pour Over
Trust Fund ......................
Special Fuel Security Deposit..........
Documentary Stamp Tax Sur Tax
Trust Fund ......................
Municipal Assistance Trust Fund .......
Severance Tax Solid Mineral Trust Fund .
Land Reclamation Trust Fund .........
Division of Ad Valorem Tax
CA Administrative Trust Fund ............
O 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..
Gasoline Tax Administrative
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
Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund ......
Coastal Coordinating Council
Trust Fund .....................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......


1,013,656.56 20,213,769.34
689,315.36 50,384,668.61

3,859,296.28 ...............
114,842.75 22,206.40


15,473.13
3,252,479.35
5,282.46
1,671,268.58


9,790,828.46


670,679.07 . . . .
2,929,428.75 49,886.00


3,380,351.49 72,477,491.80


1,244,146.78


364,064.00


35,699.23 ...............



545,894.27 3,615,324.80


1,255,361.77 ...............

8,676.41 272,835.01
757.51 ...............


3,861,803.66 16,479,766.85
1,521,570.43 48,015,860.91


44,386,312.81


117,919.98
19,787,238.52


44,319,892.49
7,415.00

54,985.31
19,946,923.26


4,877,013.23 1,376,055.65

1,666,538.29 1,202,794.08
. .............. 147,940.46


45,842.00

9,790,828.47
186,248.88

437,017.52


1,572.36 2,633,172.78 67,001,740.20


974.82

430,547.07


522,417.86 ...............


216,699.60


56.66 2,006,040.87 1,439,225.63


255,055.72


959,699.56


550,715.93


238,528.45 24,931.89


885,855.39
1,536,552.63

3,925,716.60
129,634.15

32,565.80
3,092,794.61
5,282.45
4,985,977.28

697,405.76
2,831,374.29


6,224,502.67

1,086,767.74

88,013.84



716,009.23


2.00


18,051.08
757.51


161,532.86


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








Division of Marine Resources
Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund .......
Salt Water Products Promotion
Trust Fund ......................
Marine Biological Research Trust Fund ..
Beaches and Shores Operating
Trust Fund ......................
Coastal Protection Trust Fund .........
Erosion Control Trust Fund ...........
Division of Interior Resources
U.S. Cooperative Trust Fund ..........
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Licensing and Permitting Trust Fund ....
Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund ......
Division of Game and Fresh Water Fish
State Game Trust Fund ..............
Building Trust Fund .................
Fish Management Trust Fund ..........
.A 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 ................
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ......
Interama Operations and Dissolution
Trust Fund ................. ....


242,668,43

174,416.51
139,001.98


374,411.05

229,809.41
167,334.41


3,456.21 1,100.00
137,531.54 3,091,505.28


42,963.75
70,216.86
43,960.11


268,154.75
2,341.07
5,167.44


28,375.00
40,200.00
26,682.38
895,243.69


455,577.97

138,800.17
14.00

16.31

3,023,783.83


486.00

3,661,628.17


696,584.48

302,400.59
184,212.02

200.00
2,803,217.71
1,017,142.00

33,150.00
58,117.24
2,221.64
2,878,721.19


129,516.75

175,088.13
9,565.91


93,455.84


6,550.71
27,127.15
1,488,468.10


6,432,846.03 2,422,303.28 9,076,364.82 (462,841.10)
............... ........... .. ............ 2,341.07
734,099.33 .............. ................ 653,000.00


5,668.71 ............... ....... ......
836.57 81,433.16 ...............

2,883,246.28 6,718,521.46 10,397,920.37
1,522,332.90 2,960,781.97 4,203,914.27

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

........... 69,407,211.14 600,500.00


12,855,412.34 ...............


352,134.60 7,205,869.99
23,023.33 41,576.50


5,668.71


75,772.85 6,496.88


14,116,331.06 4,176,681.04
6,176,509.79 1,590,962.18


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


70,005,379.39 ...............

12,852,621.00 ...............


304.26 6,754,435.12
. ..... 47,693.00


36,000.00


20,566.52 295.26 53,138.22


246,556.22

65,537.37
112,572.46

4,372.52
425,819.11
1,913,185.99

38,188.75
46,234.91
41,293.70
189,682.57

509,780.34

86,266.77


1,706,676.01
919,557.17


2,331.75

2,791.34


767,873.73
16,906.83


~


38,000.00 36,000.00










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975

Balance Direct Receipts Disbursements Disbursements Balance
Name of Fund July 1, 1974 Receipts By Transfer By Warrant By Transfer June 30, 1975


DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR
VEHICLES
Office of Executive Director and
Division of Administrative Services
Kirkman Data Center-Working Capital
Trust Fund ...................... 475,609.64
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... 8,352.94
Revolving Trust Fund ................ 124,901.04
Division of Florida Highway Patrol
Reimbursement Trust Fund ........... 254,694.76
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... 123,603.98
0 Division of Drivers Licenses
t3 Accident Reports Trust Fund .......... 1,203,276.01
Division of Motor Vehicles
License Tax Collection Trust Fund ..... 694,890.67
Revalidation Licenses Trust Fund ...... 895,048.05
PROBATION AND PAROLE COMMISSION
Security Deposit Trust Fund .......... 31,627.05
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ...... 158,585.07
NON-DEPARTMENT ENTITIES REPLACEMENT
TRUST FUND
Division of Building Construction
and Maintenance .................. 1,351.00
Department of Agriculture ............ 67.14
Division of Mental Health
Florida State Hospital .............. 14,172.76
G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital .... 1,007.04
Northeast Florida State Hospital ...... 166,680.00
Division of Mental Retardation-
Sunland Training Center at
Gainesville ...................... ............


3,645,978.66
53,412.52

3,868,608.62

11,304,878.01
1,855,408.33


4,235,140.25
88,001.00
135,660.62

36.20
248,134.84


3,148,489.21

520,018.46


2,569,515.19 1,045,556.50
86,780.20 337,985.89


747.68 4,691,396.92 (2,126,476.33)


379,417.08
27.75


31,189.83 1,385,976.72


12,098,055.50
590,439.50

3,050.00
420,761.47


10,186.78 504.56 186.78


1,310.94
4,822.23


48,512.74


1,637.75 ...........


604,560.93
96,353.90
(280,487.45)


(28.00)
1,348,731.95

300.00
1,143,783.98


957,699.75
.04
21,030.65

285,637.93
385.25

2,507,711.72

281,158.26
811,312.68

28,277.05
11,206.17



1,351.00
9,562.58

14,172.76
4,822.23
118,167.26


1,310.94
1,007.04


1,637.75 ...............








Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission .
University of Florida-Institute of
Food and Agricultural Services .......
Department of Commerce ............
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 ................
Apalachee Correctional Institution ....
State Civil Defense Agency ............
Department of Agriculture-
Division of Forestry .. ....... ....
State Revenue Commission ...........
cn Division of Corrections-Glades
o Correctional Institution .............
Stephen Foster Memorial Commission ...
Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering .......
Department of Transportation .........
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation ...
Historic Pensacola Preservation ........
Florida Council for the Blind..........
Historic St. Augustine Preservation .....
Division of Youth Services-
Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys
at M arianna ......................
Division of Corrections-Correctional
Institution at Lowell..............
Division of Health-Bureau of Tuberculosis
Control .........................
Department of Military Affairs .........
Division of Retardation-Sunland
Hospital in Tallahassee .............


99.85 ............... ............... ............... ...... .........


800.00
375.00
4,394.33
29,631.04
62,050.23


16,925.29
.. .. .. ... .. .. .


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


6,545.00
5,793.98

3,164.86
57,142.99

3,762.30
11,386.28


40,000.00
13,346.00

1,421.16


800.00
755.00

1,412.00
92,983.75


1,386.00


............... ............... 8,815.35 ...............
............... 4,990.31 116.90 642.00
............... .......... .... ............... ...............


6,545.00
5,413.98
4,394.33
8,309.19
12,863.47

21,743.58
12,313.43

56,103.22
5,318.92
2.00


1,165.00 ............... 1,165.00 .31
85.94 85.94 ............... ...............


3,100.00

318.75
550.00
...............


9,803.46 ............... ...............


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


6,000.00


389.75


318.75

157.63


6,494.90


948.36


1,968.91 ...............


2,024.79
.67
1,878.65
3,314.98
1,186.64

550.00



2,360.20

4,031.31


31.72 ............... ............... ............... ............... 31.72
28.60 ............... 11,105.00 11,105.00 28.60 ...............


2,153.20 ............... 587.96 ...............


99.85


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


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

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


587.96 2,153.20










ABSTRACT OF FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975


Name of Fund
Florida Technological University .......
Department of Natural Resources
Division of Marine Resources ........
Division of Recreation and Parks......
Division of Corrections-DeSoto
Correctional Institution .............
University of West Florida ............
Division of Youth Services-Howell E.
Lancaster Youth Development Center..
Division of Corrections
Community Correctional Centers .....
Union Correctional Institution .......
Judicial Department-Supreme Court....
Division of Mental Health-South
Florida State Hospital ..............
Florida International University ........
Non-Existent Account-To be corrected
in July 1975 .....................
Non-Existent Account-To be corrected
in July 1975 .....................
Non-Existent Fund (Corrected in
July 1974) ......................
Non-Existent Fund (Corrected in
July 1974).......................
Non-Existent Fund (Corrected in
July 1974) .......................
Non-Existent Fund (Corrected in
July 1974) .......................
Non-Existent Fund (Corrected in


I


75.00 ...............

(300.00) ...............

20.21 ...............


July 1974)...................... (779.79) ...............


Balance
July 1, 1974



61.00
339.20

20,490.03
1,777.00

12.89

1,723.50
728.63
196.49

1,756.71






36.00


Direct
Receipts
708.39

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



















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


Receipts
By Transfer




83.16

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

4,020.38

206.25
.. ... .... ... ...



6,592.62

1,947.36

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








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


(300.00) ............... ...............

20.21 ..............................

(779.79) ............... ...............


Disbursements
By Warrant
166.89




5,871.83


3,158.06



196.00






148.00

36.00

75.00


Disbursements
By Transfer
541.50

61.00
422.36




862.32

1,128.25




6,592.62

1,163.81

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



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


Balance
June 30, 1975
.... .... ......




14,618.20
1,777.00

12.89

801.50
728.63
.49

1,756.71


783.55

(148.00)



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







TOTAL TRUST FUND ................. $ 443,271,415.42 $4,493,627,807.72 $2,031,547,396.38 $4,877,064,654.04 $1,618,949,175.75 $472,432,789.73
WORKING CAPITAL FUND ............. 40,970.31 107,599,662.05 13,648,207.00 13,650,000.00 107,638,839.36 ...............
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING ......... 1,130,176.80 134,011,053.00 ............... 134,989,679.92 32,315.00 119,234.88
TOTAL FOUR FUNDS ................. $1,022,885,680.23 $6,665,123,563.44 $2,324,404,429.10 $6,858,399,999.85 $2,324,404,429.10 $829,609,243.82

Total Regular Funds in the State Treasury as of June 30, 1975, Subject to Comptroller's Warrant ........................ ............... $829,609,243.82

OTHER SPECIAL FUNDS IN THE CUSTODY OF THE STATE TREASURER AS OF JUNE 30, 1975.
Financial Responsibility Division Trust Fund:
Special Bank Account ............................................................................... 55,163.97
Certificates of Deposit ............................................................................... 450,000.00
Bank Receivership Accounts:
Cash in Banks ............................................................................ ........ 3,200.44
Certificates of Deposit ................ .............................................................. 10,000.00
TOTAL SPECIAL FUNDS ............................................................................... ............... 518,364.41
TOTAL CASH LIABILITIES ............................................................................. .. ........... $830,127,608.23










GENERAL REVENUE-TAX CERTIFICATE FUND
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1975


Balance
County 6/30/74 Receipts

Alachua ............... $ 5,542.45 $ .............


Baker .................
Bay ..................
Bradford.................
Brevard ................
Broward ................
Calhoun ................
Charlotte ...............
Citrus ..................
Clay ...................
Collier .................
Columbia ...............
Dade ...................
DeSoto .................
Duval ..................
Escambia ...............
Flagler .................
Franklin ................
Gadsden ................
Gilchrist ................
Glades .................
Gulf ...................
Hamilton ...............
Hardee ................
Hendry ........... .....
Hernando ...............
Highlands ...............
Hillsborough .............
Holmes .................
Indian River .............
Jackson ................
Jefferson ...............
Lafayette ...............
Lake ...................
Lee ....................
Leon....................
Levy ...................
Liberty.................
Madison ................
Manatee ................
Marion .................
M artin .................
Monroe ................
Nassau .................
Okaloosa ...............
Okeechobee ............
Orange .................
Osceola.................
Palm Beach..............
Pasco ..................
Pinellas .................
Polk ...................
Putnam ..................
St. Johns ...............


225.73
8,589.48
88.05
16,897.34
18,309.45
28.22
1,480.57
3,215.17
3,180.90
285.82
1,801.34
65,721.56
1,852.43
18,586.24
5,204.42
769.66
789.32
629.72
489.20
150.49
114.29
155.53
1,989.29
362.98
1,102.78
2,627.50
18,213.01
1,952.19
1,529.25
2,684.12
766.16
28.24
9,302.08
5,246.68
2,381.16
1,704.99
137.82
27.47
6,619.64
9,458.43
2,196.67
634.41
1,732.08
95,666.80
793.01
4,900.50
2,428.06
41,043.85
2,510.16
36,698.78
9,292.44
3,970.47
5,494.06


56


)isburse-


Disburse-
ments

$ 1,377.91


............. ..............
............. 53.59
............. ..............
............. 94.45
............. ..............
............. 15.80
............. ..............
............. 46.13
............. ..............
............. ...... ........
............. ........ ......
......... .... 33.19
.... ......... .... ..........
............. 90.17












................. .. 237.07....


................... .124.79..
............. ..............
















.............. ..92,964......
...........................


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





.....................47 .0













.........................585
.................... 48. 68...
............. ..............
............. ..............
............. 479.06
............. ..............
............. ..............
............. 11.21
...... .....................
.... ........ ..............
............. ..............
............. 461.17,
............. 237.078
............ ..............
............. ..............
............. ..............
............. 124.795
............. ..............
............. ..............
...........................









............. 48.68
....... ..... .......... ....


Balance
6/30/75

$ 4,164.54
225.73
8,535.89
88.05
16,802.89
18,309.45
12.42
1,480.57
3,169.04
3,189.90
285.82
1,801.34
65,688.37
1,852.43
18,496.07
5,204.42
769.66
789.32
629.72
489.20
150.49
114.29
155.53
1,989.29
362.98
1,102.78
2,627.50
18,213.01
1,473.13
1,529.25
2,684.12
754.95
28.24
9,302.08
5,246.68
1,919.99
1,467.92
137.82
27.47
6,619.64
9,333.64
2,196.67
634.41
1,732.08
2,701.97
793.01
4,900.50
2,428.06
39,568.77
2,510.16
36,113.08
9,292.44
3,921.79
5,494.06










St. Lucie ................ 2,356.11 .............
Santa Rosa .............. 4,336.77 .............
Sarasota ................ 6,340.33 .............
Seminole ............... 5,808.96 .............
Sumter ................. 1,323.59 .............
Suwannee ............... 39.14 .............
Taylor ................. 496.00 .............
Union .................. 130.07 .............
Volusia ................. 13,243.03 .............
Wakulla ................ 1,327.94 .............
W alton ................. 965.81 .............
Washington .............. 736.02 .............

TOTAL .......... $464,706.23 .............


57


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



390.13
465.51
158.83
380.25

$99,493.55


2,356.11
4,336.77
6,340.33
5,808.96
1,323.59
39.14
496.00
130.07
12,852.90
862.43
806.98
355.77

$365,212.68









TREASURY
TIME DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS
(As of June 30, 1975)

Name of Bank Amount

Alachua, First National Bank of Alachua ............. .... ........ 300,000.00
Altamonte Springs, Barnett Bank of Seminole County, N.A. ............ 700,000.00
Altamonte Springs, Pan American Bank of Altamonte Springs ........... 350,000.00
Apopka, ComBank/Apopka .................................. 850,000.00
Apopka, State Bank of Apopka ................. .............. 600,000.00
Arcadia, First State Bank of Arcadia ............. .... ........... 200,000.00
Arcadia, Flagship Desoto National Bank of Arcadia ................. 650,000.00
Auburndale, Sun Bank of Auburndale ............ ..... .......... 500,000.00
Avon Park, Avon Citrus Bank ................................. .1,050,000.00
Bal Harbour, Sun Bank of Bal Harbour, N.A. ................... .. .1,250,000.00
Bartow, Citrus and Chemical Bank ............................. 300,000.00
Bartow, Florida First National Bank at Bartow ................. .. 450,000.00
Bay Harbor Islands, Barnett Bank of Bay Harbor Islands, N.A. ............ 800,000.00
Belleair Bluffs, First National Bank & Trust Company ............... .1,350,000.00
Belle Glade, Florida First National Bank at Belle Glade ................ 350,000.00
Belleview, Bank of Belleview ................ .. .............. 450,000.00
Blountstown, Ellis Bank of Blountstown ........................ 250,000.00
Boca Raton, First Bank of West Boca Raton ...................... 250,000.00
Boca Raton, First Community Bank of Boca Raton .................. 800,000.00
Boca Raton, University National Bank of Boca Raton ................. 500,000.00
Bonifay, Bank of Bonifay ............. ....................... 200,000.00
Bonifay, First Bank of Holmes County .......................... 100,000.00
Bonita Springs, First National Bank of Bonita Springs ................. 200,000.00
Boynton Beach, Broward National Bank of Boynton Beach ............. 200,000.00
Boynton Beach, First Bank & Trust Company ..................... .1,200,000.00
Boynton Beach, Flagship First National Bank & Trust Company .......... 200,000.00
Bradenton, Barnett Bank of Bayshore ........... ...... .......... 900,000.00
Bradenton, Ellis First National Bank of Bradenton .................. .1,600,000.00
Bradenton, Ellis First Security Bank ............. .... ........... 200,000.00
Bradenton, First Commercial Bank of Manatee County ................ 500,000.00
Bradenton, Inter City National Bank ............................ .3,000,000.00
Bradenton, Southeast National Bank of Bradenton .................. .1,200,000.00
Bradenton, Southeast National Bank of Manatee ................. 450,000.00
Bradenton, Westside National Bank of Manatee County ............... 450,000.00
Brandon, Barnett Bank of Brandon, N.A. ................... ...... 450,000.00
Brandon, Brandon State Bank ................. ............... 950,000.00
Bristol, C & L Bank of Bristol ................. ............... 100,000.00
Brooksville, First American Bank of Hernando County ................ 100,000.00
Brooksville, First National Bank of Brooksville ................. ... 800,000.00
Brooksville, Hernando State Bank ............ ..... ............. 950,000.00
Bunnell, Citizens Bank of Bunnell ............. .... ............. 550,000.00
Bushnell, Florida Bank at Bushnell ............ ..... ............ 550,000.00
Callahan, Nassau County State Bank ........... ...... ........... 400,000.00
Cantonment, Liberty Bank of Cantonment ....................... 250,000.00
Cape Coral, Cape Coral Bank ....... .......................... 800,000.00
Cape Coral, National Bank of Cape Coral ........... ...... ........ 300,000.00
Casselberry, Atlantic Bank of Casselberry ........................ 250,000.00
Casselberry, ComBank/Casselberry ............................. .1,100,000.00
Chattahoochee, Gadsden State Bank ............ ..... ........... 400,000.00
Chiefland, Levy County State Bank ........... ...... ............ 400,000.00
Chipley, Bank of Washington County ................ .......... 250,000.00
Chipley, Florida First Bank at Chipley .......................... 500,000.00
Clearwater, Bank of Clearwater ............................... .2,200,000.00
Clearwater, Barnett Bank of Clearwater ........... ...... ......... 800,000.00


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Clearwater, Clearwater Beach Bank ................. ............ 550,000.00
Clearwater, Community Bank of Clearwater ...................... 500,000.00
Clearwater, Ellis National Bank of Clearwater ..................... 550,000.00
Clearwater, Exchange Bank & Trust Company of Clearwater ............ 300,000.00
Clearwater, First National Bank of Clearwater ..................... 900,000.00
Clearwater, Florida Bank of Commerce ................. ...... 300,000.00
Clearwater, Landmark Bank of Clearwater, N.A. ................... 350,000.00
Clearwater, Northeast Bank of Clearwater ....................... 250,000.00
Clearwater, Second National Bank of Clearwater .................... 650,000.00
Clermont, Exchange Bank of Clermont ......................... 400,000.00
Clewiston, Clewiston National Bank ............. .... ........... 250,000.00
Clewiston, First Bank of Clewiston ............. .... ............ 275,000.00
Cocoa, Barnett Bank of Cocoa, N.A. ............................ 800,000.00
Cocoa, Southeast National Bank of Cocoa ........................ .1,650,000.00
Cocoa, Sun Bank of Cocoa, N.A. .............................. .1,600,000.00
Cocoa Beach, United National Bank ..... ...................... 1,300,000.00
Coral Gables, City National Bank of Coral Gables .................. 900,000.00
Coral Gables, Flagship First National Bank of Coral Gables ............ .1,800,000.00
Coral Gables, Florida National Bank at Coral Gables ................. 800,000.00
Coral Gables, Pan American Bank of Coral Gables, N.A. ............... 500,000.00
Coral Gables, Sun Bank of Coral Gables ......................... 350,000.00
Coral Springs, Bank of Coral Springs ............. .... ........... 400,000.00
Coral Springs, Florida Coast Bank of Coral Springs, N.A. ............... 250,000.00
Crescent City, Flagship Peoples Bank of Crescent City ................ 425,000.00
Crestview, First Bank of Crestview ................. ............ 300,000.00
Crestview, First National Bank of Crestview ...................... 950,000.00
Cross City, Dixie County State Bank ................. ........... 750,000.00
Crystal River, Citizens First National Bank of Crystal River ............. 250,000.00
Crystal River, Crystal River Bank ................ ........... 200,000.00
Dade City, Bank of Pasco County .............................. .1,400,000.00
Dade City, Ellis First National Bank of Dade City .................. 700,000.00
Dania, Dania Bank .............. ........................ 2,325,000.00
Davie, Atlantic National Bank of Davie ................. ......... 950,000.00
Davie, Sterling National Bank of Davie .............. ......... 900,000.00
Daytona Beach, Atlantic Bank of West Daytona Beach ................ 450,000.00
Daytona Beach, Atlantic First National Bank of Daytona Beach .......... .1,000,000.00
Daytona Beach, Barnett Bank of Daytona Beach .................... 600,000.00
Daytona Beach, Florida Bank & Trust Company of Daytona Beach ........ 850,000.00
Daytona Beach, Sun Bank of Daytona Beach ................... .. .1,850,000.00
Daytona Beach Shores, Sun Bank of Daytona Beach Shores ............. 300,000.00
DeBary, Pan American Bank of DeBary, N.A. ................... ... 250,000.00
Deerfield Beach, Deer Creek State Bank ......................... 250,000.00
Deerfield Beach, Deerfield Beach State Bank ...................... 775,000.00
Deerfield Beach, Southeast Bank of Deerfield Beach ................. 700,000.00
Deland, Barnett Bank of Deland, N.A. ............................ .1,500,000.00
Deland, Deland State Bank ................ ................. .1,150,000.00
Deland, Florida Bank at Deland ................. .............. 700,000.00
Delray Beach, Barnett Bank of Delray Beach, N.A. ................... 650,000.00
Delray Beach, Barnett Bank of West Delray Beach ................... 250,000.00
Delray Beach, First Bank of Delray Beach ....................... 250,000.00
Delray Beach, Sun First National Bank of Delray Beach ............... 450,000.00
Delray Beach, Sun Second National Bank of Delray Beach .............. 400,000.00
Deltona, Southeast Bank of Deltona ............ ..... ........... 200,000.00
Dunedin, Community Bank of Countryside ...................... 300,000.00
Dunedin, Exchange Bank of Dunedin .......... ............ 250,000.00
Dunedin, Republic Bank .................................. 250,000.00
Dunedin, Southeast National Bank of Dunedin ..... ............... .1,200,000.00
Dunedin, Sun First National Bank of Dunedin ................... .. .2,000,000.00
Dunnellon, Dunnellon State Bank ................. ............. 350,000.00
Englewood, Englewood Bank & Trust ........... ...... .......... 800,000.00
Englewood, First National Bank of Englewood ................. ... 250,000.00


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Eustis, Atlantic Bank of Eustis ................. ............... 350,000.00
Eustis, First National Bank & Trust Company of Eustis ................ 300,000.00
Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island Bank .......................... 300,000.00
Fernandina Beach, Florida First National Bank of Fernandina Bch ........ 400,000.00
Fern Park, Sun Bank of Semoran, N.A. ......................... 200,000.00
Flagler Beach, Bank of Flagler Beach .............. ... ........... 100,000.00
Forest City, State Bank of Forest City .......................... 250,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, American National Bank & Trust Company of Ft. Laud. .2,250,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Atlantic National Bank of Fort Lauderdale ............ 250,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Barnett Bank of Fort Lauderdale .................. .1,050,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Barnett Bank of Jacaranda ...................... 450,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Barnett Bank of Riverland ...................... 650,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Broward National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale ............. 300,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Coral Ridge National Bank ....................... .2,800,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Executive Bank of Fort Lauderdale ................. 700,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Bank at Fort Lauderdale ................... 950,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale National Bank ................... .1,750,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Landmark Bank at the Ocean, N.A. .................. 500,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Landmark Bank of North Ft. Lauderdale ........ .... .1,450,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Landmark First National Bank ................... .4,250,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Southeast Bank of Galt Ocean Mile ............. . 500,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Southeast Everglades Bank of Fort Lauderdale .......... 150,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Southport American National Bank of Ft. Laud. ........ 200,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Sun Bank of Lauderdale Beach .......... ...... .250,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Sunrise American National Bank of Ft. Lauderdale ........ 1,050,000.00
Fort Myers, American Bank of Fort Myers ....................... 700,000.00
Fort Myers, Barnett Bank of Fort Myers, N.A. ................... .2,000,000.00
Fort Myers, First National Bank in Fort Myers ................... .4,300,000.00
Fort Myers, Lee County Bank ................................ .2,600,000.00


Fort Myers, Palmer Bank & Trust Company of Fort Myers, N.A. .....
Fort Myers, Security National Bank ........................
Fort Myers, South First Bank ............ ...............
Fort Myers Beach, Beach First National Bank ..................
Fort Pierce, Florida Bank at Fort Pierce ......................
Fort Walton Beach, Barnett Bank of Fort Walton Beach ...........
Fort Walton Beach, Eglin National Bank .....................
Fort Walton Beach, First City Bank ...... ...................
Fort Walton Beach, First National Bank of Fort Walton Beach .......
Frostproof, Citizens Bank of Frostproof .....................
Gainesville, Atlantic Bank of Gainesville ......................
Gainesville, Atlantic First National Bank of Gainesville ............
Gainesville, Charter Bank of Gainesville ............ ..........


Gainesville, First City Bank of Gainesville .....
Gainesville, Florida National Bank at Gainesville
Gainesville, Peoples Bank of Gainesville ......
Gainesville, Sun Bank of Gainesville ........
Gainesville, University City Bank ..........
Graceville, Bank of Graceville .............
Green Cove Springs, Bank of Green Cove Springs
Greenville, Bank of Greenville ............
Groveland, Peoples State Bank of Groveland .
Gulf Breeze, Gulf Breeze Charter Bank ......
Gulfport, First Bank of Gulfport ..........
Haines City, Exchange Bank of Central Florida .
Hallandale, American Bank of Hallandale .....
Hallandale, City National Bank of Hallandale .
Hallandale, First National Bank of Hallandale ..
Hastings, Atlantic Bank of Hastings .........
Havana, Havana State Bank ..............
Hawthorne, Bank of Hawthorne ...........
Hialeah, First National Bank of Hialeah ......



. ... 250,000.00
.... 700,000.00
.... 200,000.00
.... 500,000.00
. 400,000.00
.... 650,000.00
.... 850,000.00
.... 600,000.00
.... 1,000.000.00
.... 400,000.00
.... 550,000.00
.... 850,000.00
.... 200,000.00


................. .. 700,000.00
................. 1,100,000.00
................. .. 500,000.00
................. 1,350,000.00
................. 1,250,000.00
................. 350,000.00
................. 2,075,000.00
................. .. 350,000.00
................. .. 550,000.00
................. .. 350,000.00
................. .. 400,000.00
................. .. 800,000.00
................. .. 300,000.00
................. 1,000,000.00
................. .. 700,000.00
................. .. 550,000.00
................. .. 100,000.00
................. .. 625,000.00
................. 2,000,000.00


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Hialeah, Flagship National Bank of Westland ...................... 750,000.00
Hialeah, Hialeah-Miami Springs First State Bank ................. 300,000.00
Hialeah, Miami Lakes First State Bank .......................... 200,000.00
Hialeah, North Hialeah First State Bank ......................... 400,000.00
Hialeah, Pan American Bank of Hialeah, N.A. .................. ... 850,000.00
Hialeah, Peoples Hialeah National Bank ........... ...... ......... 200,000.00
Hialeah, Popular Bank of Hialeah ................. ............. 450,000.00
Hialeah, Southeast Bank of Westland ................. ........... 100,000.00
High Springs, High Springs Bank ............ ..... .............. 125,000.00
Hobe Sound, Hobe Sound National Bank ........................ 250,000.00
Holiday, Bank of Holiday ... .......... ...................... 450,000.00
Holiday, Exchange National Bank of Holiday ..................... 400,000.00
Holly Hill, Sun Bank of Holly Hill ................. ............. 400,000.00
Hollywood, American Bank of Hollywood ....................... 600,000.00
Hollywood, Atlantic National Bank of Hollywood ................... 950,000.00
Hollywood, Atlantic National Bank of West Hollywood .............. .1,200,000.00
Hollywood, Barnett Bank of Hollywood ..................... .. 900,000.00
Hollywood, Barnett Bank of West Hollywood ..................... 250,000.00
Hollywood, Commercial Bank of Hollywood ..................... 200,000.00
Hollywood, First Bank of Hollywood Beach ...................... 350,000 00
Hollywood, First National Bank of Hollywood ..................... .2,050,000.00
Hollywood, Hollywood National Bank .......................... 550,000.00
Hollywood, Bank of Hollywood Hills .......................... 800,000.00
Holmes Beach, Island Bank .......... ...... ................. 125,000.00
Homestead, Barnett Bank of Homestead ........................ 900,000.00
Homestead, Community Bank of Homestead ..................... 400,000.00
Homestead, First National Bank of Homestead ................... .1,000,000.00
Homestead, Second National Bank of Homestead .................. 250,000.00
Homosassa Springs, Homosassa Springs Bank ..................... 300,000.00
Immokalee, First Bank of Immokalee ............ ..... .......... 200,000.00
Indian Rocks Beach, Bank of Indian Rocks ....................... 650 000.00
Indiantown, First Bank of Indiantown ........................... .400,000.00
Inverness, Bank of Inverness ................. ................ 700,000.00
Inverness, Citizens First National Bank of Citrus County .............. .1,250,000.00
Islamorada, Islamorada Bank .......... ...... ................ 250,000.00
Jacksonville, American Arlington Bank ............ ..... ......... 500,000.00
Jacksonville, American Beach Boulevard Bank ................... ... 575,000.00
Jacksonville, American National Bank of Jacksonville ................ .1,200,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic Bank of Lake Forest ....................... 700,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic Bank of Normandy ........................ 100,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic Bank of South Jacksonville .................. 500,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic Bank of Springfield ......................... .1,000,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic Bank of West Jacksonville ................. 400,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville ................. .4,750,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic University Bank ............. .... .......... 250,000.00
Jacksonville, Barnett Bank of Jacksonville, N.A. .................... .8,000,000.00
Jacksonville, Barnett Bank of Murray Hill ........................ 900,000.00
Jacksonville, Barnett Bank of North Jacksonville ................. 800,000.00
Jacksonville, Barnett Bank of Regency .......................... 650,000.00
Jacksonville, Barnett Bank of San Jose .......................... 600,000.00
Jacksonville, Baymeadows Bank ................. .............. 250,000.00
Jacksonville, First Guaranty Bank & Trust Company ................ 400,000.00
Jacksonville, Five Points Guaranty Bank ........................ 350,000.00
Jacksonville, Flagship State Bank of Arlington ................. .. 950,000.00
Jacksonville, Flagship State Bank of Jacksonville ................... .1,000,000.00
Jacksonville, Flagship State Bank of North Jacksonville ............... 800,000.00
Jacksonville, Flagship State Bank of South Jacksonville .............. 300,000.00
Jacksonville, Florida Dealers & Growers Bank ..................... 500,000.00
Jacksonville, Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville ............... 2,950,000.00
Jacksonville, Florida National Bank at Arlington ................. 200,000.00
Jacksonville, Florida National Bank at Lake Shore ................... 350,000.00


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Jacksonville, Florida Northside Bank of Jacksonville ................ 650,000.00
Jacksonville, Jacksonville National Bank ......................... .5,650,000.00
Jacksonville, Marine National Bank of Jacksonville .................. 900,000.00
Jacksonville, Southeast Bank of Edgewood ....................... 250,000.00
Jacksonville, Southeast First Bank of Jacksonville .................. 600,000.00
Jacksonville, Southern Industrial Bank of Jacksonville ..... ........... 350,000.00
Jacksonville, Sun Bank of Jacksonville ........................... .1,200,000.00
Jacksonville Beach, Southeast First National Beach Bank ............ 750,000.00
Jay, Ellis First National Bank of Jay ............. .... ........... 500,000.00
Jensen Beach, Jensen Beach Bank ................. ............. 675,000.00
Jupiter, Jupiter-Tequesta National Bank ......................... 250,000.00
Key Biscayne, Key Biscayne Bank & Trust Company ................. 300,000.00
Keystone Heights, Keystone State Bank ......................... 600,000.00
Key West, Boulevard Bank .................. ................. 400,000.00
Key West, Florida First National Bank at Key West .................. 350,000.00
Key West, Key West State Bank .................. ......... .. 400,000.00
Kissimmee, Exchange Bank of Osceola .......................... 750,000.00
Kissimmee, First National Bank at Kissimmee ..................... 600,000.00
Kissimmee, Flagship Bank of Kissimmee ................ ........ 300,000.00
Lake Alfred, Flagship Bank of Lake Alfred ....................... 500,000.00
Lake City, Columbia County Bank ........... ...... ............ 150,000.00
Lake City, First National Bank of Lake City ...................... 600,000.00
Lake City, State Exchange Bank ............. .... .............. 900,000.00
Lake Helen, Bank of Lake Helen ................. .............. 250,000.00
Lakeland, American Bank of Lakeland .......................... 400,000.00
Lakeland, Barnett Bank of Lakeland ............................ .1,350,000.00
Lakeland, First National Bank of Lakeland ........................ .1,200,000.00
Lakeland, Florida National Bank of Lakeland ........ ....... ..... 550,000.00
Lakeland, Imperial Bank of Lakeland ................ .......... 800,000.00
Lakeland, Peoples Bank of Lakeland ............................ .2,950,000.00
Lake Park, First National Bank of Palm Beach Gardens ................ 300,000.00
Lake Placid, Barnett Bank of Lake Placid ........................ 250,000.00
Lake Placid, First Bank of Lake Placid .......................... 850,000.00
Lake Wales, American Bank of Lake Wales ....................... 300,000.00
Lake Wales, Sun First National Bank of Lake Wales ................. 600,000.00
Lake Worth, Barnett Bank of West Lake Worth, N.A. .................. 100,000.00
Lake Worth, First American Bank of Lake Worth, N.A. ................. .5,550,000.00
Lake Worth, First Bank West .................................. 250,000.00
Lake Worth, First National Bank & Trust Co. of Lake Worth ........... .1,200,000.00
Land-O-Lakes, Peoples Bank of Land-O-Lakes ..................... 550,000.00
Lantana, First State Bank of Lantana ................ .......... 400,000.00
Largo, Atlantic Bank of Largo ............ .... ............... 300,000.00
Largo, Community Bank of Largo ................. ............. 450,000.00
Largo, Exchange National Bank of Largo ........................ 200,000.00
Largo, Southeast First Bank of Largo ........................... .1,000,000.00
Lauderhill, City Bank of Lauderhill ........... ...... ............ 300,000.00
Lauderhill, Pan American Bank of Inverrary ...................... 300,000.00
Leesburg, Citizens National Bank of Leesburg ..................... 400,000.00
Leesburg, Lake County Bank ............ .... ................ 600,000.00
Leesburg, Sun First National Bank of Leesburg ................. ... 500,000.00
Lehigh Acres, First Charter Bank of Lehigh Acres .................. 200,000.00
Lehigh Acres, Tri-County Community Bank of Lehigh Acres ............ 250,000.00
Lighthouse Point, First National Bank of North Broward County ........ .1,200,000.00
Lighthouse Point, Florida Coast Bank of Lighthouse Point ............ .1,000,000.00
Live Oak, First Commercial Bank of Live Oak ..................... 300,000.00
Live Oak, First National Bank of Live Oak ....................... 600,000.00
Longwood, ComBank/Longwood ................ ........... 250,000.00
Lutz, Flagship Bank of Lutz ............ ..... ................ 550,000.00
MacClenny, Citizens Bank of MacClenny ................. ........ 100,000.00
Madison, Bank of Madison ................ .................. 350,000.00
Madison, Florida First National Bank at Madison .................... 450,000.00


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Marathon, Marathon Bank ................................... 2,175,000.00
Maitland, Southeast First National Bank of Maitland ................ .1,250,000.00
Malone, Farmers Bank of Malone ................. ............. 300,000.00
Marco Island, First Bank of Marco Island ........... ...... ........ 200,000.00
Margate, First National Bank of Margate ......................... .1,000,000.00
Margate, Florida Coast Bank of Margate ......................... 450,000.00
Marianna, Citizens State Bank ............. .... ............... 650,000.00
Marianna, First Bank of Marianna ................... ........ 650,000.00
Mayo, Lafayette County State Bank ............ ..... ........... 150,000.00
Melbourne, Flagship Bank of Melbourne, N.A. ................. ... 200,000.00
Melbourne, Flagship Bank of West Melbourne ..................... 300,000.00
Melbourne, Harbor City National Charter Bank ................. ... 250,000.00
Melbourne, Landmark Bank of Melbourne, N.A. ................... 600,000.00
Melbourne, Southeast Bank of Melbourne ....................... 250,000.00
Melbourne, Sun First National Bank of Melbourne ................... 200,000.00
Merritt Island, First National Bank of Merritt Island .................. 950,000.00
Merritt Island, Merritt Island Bank ...... ........ .... .......... 950,000.00
Merritt Island, Merritt Square Bank ............ ..... ............ 450,000.00
Miami, Airport First State Bank ............ ..... .............. 200,000.00
Miami, Americas Bank ..................................... 500,000.00
Miami, Atlantic National Bank of Miami ........................ 650,000.00
Miami, Bank of Miami .................................... .2,100,000.00
Miami, Barnett Bank of Miami .............................. .1,575,000.00
Miami, Barnett Bank at Midway, N.A. ........................... 500,000.00
Miami, Barnett Bank at Westchester, N.A. ....................... 900,000.00
Miami, Biscayne Bank ................................... .. .1,150,000.00
Miami, Boulevard National Bank of Miami ........................ .3,425,000.00
Miami, Central Bank & Trust Company ........................3,100,000.00
Miami, Central Bank of North Dade ................ ........... 750,000.00
Miami, Central National Bank of Miami ................... ...... .1,250,000.00
Miami, City National Bank of Miami ............. .... ........... 975,000.00
Miami, Coconut Grove Bank ................................. 400,000.00
Miami, Commercial Bank & Trust Company ...................... .3,150,000.00
Miami, Commercial Bank of Kendall ............................ .1,400,000.00
Miami, Continental National Bank of Miami ...................... 300,000.00
Miami, Dixie National Bank of Dade County ............ ...... 500,000.00
Miami, Fidelity National Bank of South Miami ................. .. 975,000.00
Miami, First State Bank of Miami .............................. .1,750,000.00
Miami, Flagler Bank ... .......... ....... .................. 300,000.00
Miami, Flagship National Bank of Dadeland ..................... .. 400,000.00
Miami, Flagship National Bank of Miami .......... ............... .1,650,000.00
Miami, Florida National Bank & Trust Company of Miami .............. 650,000.00
Miami, Inter National Bank of Miami ............................ .2,000,000.00
Miami, Jefferson National Bank at Kendall ....................... 400,000.00
Miami, Merchants Bank of Miami .............................. .2,550,000.00
Miami, Miami National Bank ...... ........................ .7,150,000.00
Miami, National Industrial Bank of Miami ........................ .1,700,000.00
Miami, Northside Bank of Miami ............................. 850,000.00
Miami, Pan American Bank of Kendale Lakes ..................... 250,000.00
Miami, Pan American Bank of Miami ............................ .2,850,000.00
Miami, Republic National Bank of Miami ......................... .2,225,000.00
Miami, Southeast Bank of Dadeland ....... . . ... 650,000.00
Miami, Southeast First National Bank of Miami ................... .11,600,000.00
Miami, Southeast National Bank of Coral Way ..................... 850,000.00
Miami, Sun Bank of Miami West ..... ......... ............ 600,000.00
Miami, Sun Bank of Midtown ........................ ..... .. 800,000.00
Miami, Sun Bank of Riverside ................ ............... .1,000,000.00
Miami, Sun Bank of West Dade .................. ........... 500,000.00
Miami Beach, Bank of Miami Beach ............... ............. .2,200,000.00
Miami Beach, Barnett Bank of Miami Beach, N.A. ................... .1,950,000.00
Miami Beach, City National Bank of Miami Beach .................. 550,000.00


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Miami Beach, Flagship First National Bank of Miami Beach ............ .7,100,000.00
Miami Beach, Jefferson National Bank at Sunny Isles ................. 900,000.00
Miami Beach, Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach ............... .1,450,000.00
Miami Beach, Pan American Bank of Miami Beach ................... 450,000.00
Miami Springs, Southeast First National Bank of Miami Springs .......... 350,000.00
Milton, First National Charter Bank in Milton ..................... 450,000.00
Milton, Santa Rosa State Bank ........................... .. 200,000.00
Miramar, First National Bank of Miramar ........................ 250,000.00
Miramar, Bank of Miramar ................. .................. 400,000.00
Monticello, Farmers & Merchants Bank ............ ..... ......... 300,000.00
Moore Haven, First National Bank of Moore Haven ................. 300,000.00
Mount Dora, Bank of Mount Dora ................. ............ 450,000.00
Mount Dora, First National Bank of Mount Dora .................... 150,000.00
Mulberry, Flagship Bank of Mulberry ................ .......... 200,000.00
Naples, Barnett Bank of Collier County ........... ...... ......... 400,000.00
Naples, Barnett Bank of Naples ................ ............ 600,000.00
Naples, Citizens National Bank of Naples ......................... .1,200,000.00
Naples, First National Bank & Trust Company of Naples .............. .1,550,000.00
Naples, Palmer Bank & Trust Company of Naples, N.A. ............... 300,000.00
Naples, Southeast National Bank of Naples ....................... 550,000.00
Naples, Vanderbilt Bank ... .......... ....................... 300,000.00
Neptune Beach, Ocean State Bank .............. ............... 550,000.00
New Port Richey, Ellis Security Bank .............. ... .......... 700,000.00
New Port Richey, Peoples State Bank of New Port Richey .............. 100,000.00
New Smyrna Beach, First National Bank of New Smyrna Beach .......... 800,000.00
New Smyrna Beach, Southeast Bank of New Smyrna ................. 200,000.00
Niceville, First National Bank at Niceville ........................ 700,000.00
North Bay Village, Capital Bank of North Bay Village ................ 550,000.00
North Fort Myers, North First Bank ............................ 200,000.00
North Miami, Second National Bank of North Miami ................ .1,050,000.00
North Miami Beach, County National Bank of North Miami Beach ........ 850,000.00
North Miami Beach, Pan American Bank of Dade County .............. 800,000.00
North Miami Beach, Second National Bank of North Miami Beach ........ 700,000.00
North Miami Beach, Skylake State Bank ........................ 400,000.00
North Palm Beach, First American Bank of North Palm Beach .......... .6,150,000.00
North Port, North Port Bank ............ .... ................ 400,000.00
Oakland Park, First Bank of Oakland Park ................. ....... 300,000.00
Oakland Park, North Ridge Bank .............................. 200,000.00
Oakland Park, Pan American Bank of Broward County, N.A. ............. .1,150,000.00
Ocala, Barnett Bank of East Ocala, N.A. ................... ...... 850,000.00
Ocala, Barnett Bank of Ocala, N.A. .............................. .1,100,000.00
Ocala, First Marion Bank ................ .................. 900,000.00
Ocala, Florida First National Bank at Ocala ................ ...... 300,000.00
Ocala, Sun Bank of Ocala ................ .................. .1,000,000.00
Ocala, Sun Bank of South Ocala ................. .............. 200,000.00
Ocoee, Bank of West Orange ................. ................ 200,000.00
Okeechobee, Commercial Bank of Okeechobee ................. .. 250,000.00
Oldsmar, Bank of Oldsmar ................... ................ 100,000.00
Opa Locka, Florida First National Bank at Opa Locka ............... 350,000.00
Orange Park, Southeast Bank of Orange Park ..................... 500,000.00
Orlando, American Bank of Orange County ...................... 500,000.00
Orlando, Atlantic Bank of Conway ................. ............ 450,000.00
Orlando, Atlantic Bank of Orlando ................. ............ 800,000.00
Orlando, Atlantic Bank of West Orlando ................ ........ 100,000.00
Orlando, Bank of Central Florida ................ ........... 250,000 00
Orlando, Barnett Bank of Orlando ........... ...... ............ 500,000.00
Orlando, Barnett Bank of South Orlando ............ ..... ........ 300,000.00
Orlando, Barnett Bank of West Orlando ............ .... ......... 150,000.00
Orlando, ComBank/Fairvilla ................. ................ 850,000.00
Orlando, ComBank/Union Park ................. .............. 200,000.00


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Orlando, Flagship Bank of Orlando ........ ...... .
Orlando, Flagship Bank of West Orlando ................
Orlando, Florida Center Bank .......................
Orlando, Florida National Bank of Orlando ..............
Orlando, Landmark Bank of Orlando ...... ............
Orlando, Pan American Bank of Orlando, N.A. ............
Orlando, Southeast Bank of East Orange ................
Orlando, Southeast National Bank of Orlando .............
Orlando, Southern Industrial Savings Bank of Orlando .......
Orlando, Sun Bank of Central Park, N.A. .................
Orlando, Sun Bank of College Park, N.A. .................
Orlando, Sun Bank of East Orlando, N.A. .................
Orlando, Sun Bank of Pine Hills, N.A. ...................
Orlando, Sun Bank of South Orlando, N.A ...............
Orlando, Sun First National Bank of Orlando .............
Ormond Beach, Bank at Ormond By-The-Sea .............
Ormond Beach, Barnett Bank at Ormond Beach ...........
Ormond Beach, Flagship First National Bank of Ormond Beach .
Osprey, First State Bank of Sarasota County ..............
Palatka, Atlantic National Bank of Palatka ...............
Palatka, Charter Bank of Palatka ......................
Palm Bay, Sun First National Bank of Palm Bay ...........
Palm Beach, Bank of Palm Beach & Trust Company .........
Palm Beach, First National Bank in Palm Beach ............
Palm Beach, Worth Avenue National Bank ...............
Palm Beach Gardens, Tri-City Bank ....................
Palmetto, The County Bank .........................
Palmetto, Palmetto Bank & Trust Company ..............
Palm Harbor, Palm State Bank .......................
Palm Springs, Barnett Bank of Palm Springs ..............
Palm Springs, Congress National Bank ..................
Panama City, Bay National Bank & Trust Company .........
Panama City, Commercial Bank in Panama City ............
Panama City, First National Bank .....................
Panama City, Southeast National Bank of Panama City .......
Panama City Beach, Southeast Beach State Bank ...........
Pensacola, Bank of the South ........................
Pensacola, Barnett Bank of North Pensacola ..............
Pensacola, Barnett Bank of Pensacola ..................
Pensacola, Charter National Bank of Pensacola ............
Pensacola, First American Bank of Pensacola .............
Pensacola, Florida First National Bank at Brent ............
Pensacola, Florida First National Bank at Pensacola .........
Pensacola, West Pensacola Bank ......................
Perrine, Bank of Cutler Ridge ........................
Perrine, Bank of Perrine ...........................
Perry, Citizens Bank of Perry ........................
Perry, Florida National Bank at Perry ..................
Pine Castle, ComBank/Pine Castle .....................
Pinellas Park, Ellis First Park Bank ........ ... .... .
Pinellas Park, Exchange National Bank of Pinellas Park .......
Pinellas Park, Southeast Bank of Pinellas Park .............
Plantation, Barnett Bank of Plantation ..................
Plantation, Landmark Bank of Plantation, N.A. .............
Plantation, Landmark Bank of West Broward, N.A ..........
Plant City, First National Bank in Plant City ..............
Plant City, Hillsb ro Bank ..........................
Pompano Beach, Fidelity National Bank ................
Pompano Beach, First National Bank of Pompano Beach ......
Pompano Beach, First National Bank on the Beach .........
Pompano Beach, Florida Coast Bank of Oceanside ..........


.... .2,175,000.00
. . 450,000.00
..... 250,000.00
.... .1,125,000.00
. .1,350,000.00
.... .3,350,000.00
..... 700,000.00
.... .1,450,000.00
..... 350,000.00
.... .1,600,000.00
.... .1,100,000.00
..... 700,000.00
.... .2,500,000.00


. .. 800,000.00
........ .5,000,000.00
. . 400,000.00
......... 650,000.00
........ .1,000,000.00
......... 250,000.00
......... 275,000.00
. . 100,000.00
......... 200,000.00
........ .1,300,000.00
......... 750,000.00
........ .1,100,000.00
......... 550,000.00
. .. 250,000.00
........ .1,350,000.00
. .. ..... 200,000.00
......... 650,000.00
......... 900,000.00
. ..... .1,300,000.00
........ .1,450,000.00
......... 350,000.00
........ 500,000.00
........ .1,700,000.00
. . 100,000.00
......... 300,000.00
........ .3,000,000.00
........ .2,150,000.00
...... 950,000.00
......... 700,000.00
........ .1,050,000.00
.. ... .1,945,000.00
......... 100,000.00
. ... 200,000.00
......... 250,000.00
......... 100,000.00
. .. 650,000.00
......... 200,000.00
......... 250,000.00
. .. ..... 200,000.00
........ .1,600,000.00
........ .1,500,000.00
......... 550,000.00
......... 300,000 00
. .. .... 500,000.00
..... 100,000.00
........ .1,200,000.00
......... 700,000.00
......... 500,000.00


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Sarasota, Trail National Bank ................. ................ 875,000.00
Satellite Beach, Southeast First National Bank of Satellite Bch ........... 350,000.00
Sebastian, Southeast Bank of Sebastian ............. .... ......... 200,000.00
Sebring, Barnett Bank of Sebring .............................. 950,000.00
Sebring, First National Bank of Sebring .......................... 950,000.00
Seminole, Community Bank of Seminole ......................... .1,000,000.00
Seminole, First National Bank of Seminole ....................... 500,000.00
Seminole, Guardian Bank ................. .................. 250,000.00
South Daytona, Central Bank of South Daytona ................... 500,000.00
South Miami, First National Bank of South Miami .................. .1,000,000.00
Springfield, Springfield Commercial Bank ........................ 400,000.00
Starke, Community State Bank of Starke ........................ 275,000.00
Starke, Florida Bank at Starke ..... ........... ............. 600,000.00
Stuart, American Security Bank of Martin County ................... 250,000.00
Stuart, First National Bank & Trust Company ..................... 750,000.00
Sunrise, Landmark Bank of Sunrise ............ ................ 250,000.00
Tallahassee, Barnett Bank of Tallahassee ......... ... ......... ..510,000.00*
Tallahassee, Barnett Bank of Tallahassee North ................. ... 450,000.00
Tallahassee, Capital City First National Bank of Tallahassee .......... .1,100,000.00*
Tallahassee, Capital City Second National Bank ................. .. 650,000.00
Tallahassee, Citizens Commercial Bank of Tallahassee ................. 350,000.00
Tallahassee, Flagship Peoples Bank ............. .... ............ 900,000.00
Tallahassee, Florida State Bank of Tallahassee ...................... 200,000.00
Tallahassee, Gulf National Bank ................. .............. 450,000.00
Tallahassee, Industrial National Bank ............................ .1,050,000.00
Tallahassee, Lewis State Bank ............................... .1,000,000.00*~
Tallahassee, North Florida National Bank ........................ 250,000.00


Tallahassee, Parkway National Bank of Tallahassee ........
Tamarac, Bank of Tamarac .......................
Tampa, American Guaranty Bank ...................
Tampa, Atlantic Bank of Tampa ....................
Tampa, Barnett Bank of Tampa, N.A. ................
Tampa, Broadway National Bank ...................
Tampa, Central Bank of Tampa ....................
Tampa, Citrus Park Bank .........................
Tampa, Columbia Bank of Tampa ...................
Tampa, Dale Mabry State Bank ....................
Tampa, Ellis Bank of North Tampa ..................
Tampa, Ellis National Bank of Davis Islands ............
Tampa, Ellis National Bank of Tampa ................
Tampa, Ellis National Bank of West Hillsborough .........
Tampa, Exchange Bank of Westshore .................
Tampa, Exchange National Bank of Tampa .............
Tampa, First Financial National Bank of Tampa .........
Tampa, First National Bank of Tampa ................
Tampa, Flagship Bank of Tampa ....................
Tampa, Flagship Bank of Tampa East ................
Tampa, Flagship Bank of Town & Country .............
Tampa, Interbay Citizens Bank .....................
Tampa, Key Bank of Tampa ......................
Tampa, Landmark Bank of North Tampa ..............
Tampa, Landmark Bank of Tampa ...................
Tampa, Metropolitan Bank .......................
Tampa, Pan American Bank of Tampa, N.A. ............


........... 950,000.00
........... 250,000.00
........... 300,000.00
........... 1,200,000.00
........... 950,000.00
........... 2,050,000.00
........... 500,000.00
........... 250,000.00
........... 950,000.00
......... 250,000.00
........... 250,000.00
......... 250,000.00
.......... ..1,200,000.00
........... 250,000.00
........... 250,000.00
........... 4,000,000.00
........... 200,000.00
..... ..... .4,550,000.00
........... 2,500,000.00
........... 500,000.00
........... 750,000.00
........... 425,000.00
........... 250,000.00
........... 250,000.00
........... 1,900,000.00
........... 500,000.00
........... 1,500,000.00


*Includes $10,000.00 held under Sec. 657.20 (M) (1) F.S. (Receivership-Credit Union)
**Includes $150,000.00 held under Sec. 324.061 (3) F.S. (Financial Responsibility
Division)
***Includes $300,000.00 held under Sec. 324.061 (3) F.S. (Financial Responsibility
Division)


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Pompano Beach, Florida Coast Bank of Pompano Beach ......
Pompano Beach, Security State Bank ..................
Port Charlotte, Port Charlotte Bank & Trust Company .......
Port Orange, Halifax National Bank of Port Orange .........
Port Richey, Community Bank of West Pasco .............
Port St. Joe, Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe ......
Port St. Lucie, Port St. Lucie Bank ....................
Port Salerno, Port Salerno National Bank ................
Princeton, First National Bank of Princeton-Naranja .........
Punta Gorda, First National Bank in Punta Gorda ..........


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


Quincy, Citizens Bank & Trust Company .........................
Quincy, Quincy State Bank .......... .......................
Redington, Community Bank of Redington .......................
Riverview, Bank of Riverview .................................
Riviera Beach, First Marine Bank & Trust Co. of the Palm Bchs. ...........
Riviera Beach, First National Bank & Trust Co. of Riviera Bch ...........
Rockledge, First Bank of Rockledge ............................
Ruskin, First Ruskin Bank ................................
Safety Harbor, Ellis Harbor Bank ....... .... ..................
St. Augustine, Atlantic Bank of St. Augustine ......................
St. Augustine, Barnett Bank of Anastasia Island .....................
St. Augustine, Barnett Bank of St. Augustine ..................... .
St. Cloud, Sun Bank of St. Cloud ............ .................
St. Petersburg, Bank of Florida in St. Petersburg ....................
St. Petersburg, Barnett Bank of St. Petersburg, N.A. ...................
St. Petersburg, Central Plaza Bank & Trust Company .................
St. Petersburg, Community Bank of Northside .....................
St. Petersburg, Community Bank of St. Petersburg ...................
St. Petersburg, Ellis Northeast National Bank of St. Petersburg ...........
St. Petersburg, First National Bank in St. Petersburg ...................
St. Petersburg, First State Bank in St. Petersburg ....................
St. Petersburg, Flagship Bank of St. Petersburg .....................
St. Petersburg, Flagship Bank North of St. Petersburg .................
St. Petersburg, Flagship Bank South of St. Petersburg .................
St. Petersburg, Florida National Bank at St. Petersburg ................
St. Petersburg, Landmark Bank at Tyrone ........................
St. Petersburg, Landmark Union Trust Bank of St. Petersburg ........... .
St. Petersburg, National Bank of St. Petersburg .................... .1
St. Petersburg, Pinellas State Bank .......... ..................
St. Petersburg, Rutland Central Bank ...........................
St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Bank & Trust Company ................ .2
St. Petersburg, Sun Bank & Trust Co. of St. Petersburg ............... .1
St. Petersburg, Sun Coast Bank of St. Petersburg ....................
St. Petersburg, First Gulf Beach Bank & Trust Company ...............
Sanford, Atlantic National Bank of Sanford .......................
Sanford, Flagship Bank of Sanford .......... ..................
Sanford, Flagship United State Bank of Seminole ...................
Sarasota, Barnett Bank of Sarasota, N.A .........................
Sarasota, Ellis American Bank .......... .....................
Sarasota, Ellis Commercial Bank ...............................
Sarasota, Ellis Longboat Key Bank .............................
Sarasota, Ellis Manasota Bank .......... .....................
Sarasota, Ellis Sarasota Bank & Trust Company ................... .4
Sarasota, National Bank Gulf Gate .. .. ... ...................
Sarasota, National Bank of Sarasota ............................
Sarasota, Palmer Bank of Gulf Gate ............................
Sarasota, Palmer Bank of St. Armands ...........................
Sarasota, Palmer Bank of Siesta Key ............................
Sarasota, Palmer Bank of Village Plaza, N.A. ........................
Sarasota, Palmer First National Bank & Trust Co. of Sarasota ........... .1
Sarasota, Pan American Bank of Sarasota .........................


1,300,000.00
250,000.00
400,000.00
100,000.00
200,000.00
550,000.00
250,000.00
200,000.00
250,000.00
200,000.00
700,000.00
700,000.00
300,000.00
200,000.00
600,000.00
400,000.00
400,000.00
500,000.00
300,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
1,100,000.00
175,000.00
300,000.00
900,000.00
850,000.00
750,000.00
700,000.00
600,000.00
1,900,000.00
500,000.00
900,000.00
300,000.00
150,000.00
650,000.00
400,000.00
1,400,000.00
1,450,000.00
300,000.00
500,000.00
2,200,000.00
1,400,000 00
750,000.00
900,000.00
150,000.00
800,000.00
500,000.00
250,000.00
975,000.00
250,000.00
650,000.00
950,000.00
,125,000.00
800,000.00
850,000.00
300,000.00
500,000.00
350,000.00
450,000.00
,900,000.00
850,000.00


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Tampa, Peoples Bank of Tampa ........ ......................
Tampa, Popular Bank of Tampa ......... .....................
Tampa, Second National Bank of Tampa .........................
Tampa, Seminole Bank of Tampa ..............................
Tampa, Southeast Bank of Tampa ............................
Tampa, Sun Bank of Tampa Bay ............................ .
Tampa, University State Bank ...............................
Tarpon Springs, Ellis First National Bank in Tarpon Springs .............
Tarpon Springs, Ellis Springs Bank .......... ................ .
Tarpon Springs, Landmark Bank of Tarpon Springs ..................
Tavares, Flagship Bank of Tavares ..............................
Tavernier, First National Bank of the Upper Keys ...................
Temple Terrace, Exchange Bank of Temple Terrace ..................
Tequesta, First National Bank & Trust Company ....................
Titusville, Flagship First National Bank of Titusville ..................
Titusville, Florida National Bank at Titusville ......................
Titusville, Southeast Bank of Titusville ..........................
Treasure Island, First Bank of Treasure Island ......................
Trenton, Farmers & Merchants Bank At Trenton ....................
Umatilla, Umatilla State Bank .......... .....................
Valparaiso, Valparaiso Bank & Trust Company .....................
Venice, First National Bank of Venice ...........................
Venice, Southeast Bank of Venice .............................
Venice, Venice-Nokomis Bank & Trust Company ....................
Vero Beach, Beach Bank of Vero Beach ..........................
Vero Beach, Commercial Bank of Vero Beach ......................


Vero Beach, First Citrus Bank of Indian River County ...........
Vero Beach, Florida First National Bank at Vero Beach ..........
Wauchula, First National Bank of Wauchula ..................
Wauchula, Wauchula State Bank ..........................
West Palm Beach, Atlantic National Bank of West Palm Beach ......
West Palm Beach, Atlantic Westside Bank of Palm Beach County ....
West Palm Beach, Barnett Bank of West Palm Beach .............
West Palm Beach, Central Bank of Palm Beach County ...........
West Palm Beach, Citizens Bank of Palm Beach County ...........
West Palm Beach, First Forest Hill Bank of Palm Beach County .....
West Palm Beach, Flagler National Bank of the Palm Beaches .......
West Palm Beach, Flagship Bank of West Palm Beach ............


700,000.00
500,000.00
1,200,000.00
1,300,000.00
1,150,000.00
1,075,000.00
550,000.00
850,000.00
1,150,000.00
250,000.00
100,000.00
450,000.00
200,000.00
500,000.00
200,000.00
900,000.00
400,000.00
200,000.00
100,000.00
350,000.00
750,000.00
650,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
400,000.00
200,000.00


..... 1,950,000.00
..... 350,000.00
..... 200,000.00
..... 400,000.00
..... 750,000.00
. ... 300,000.00
..... 1,000,000.00
..... 300,000.00
..... 950,000.00
..... 100,000.00
..... 250,000.00
..... 1,175,000.00


West Palm Beach, Florida National Bank & Trust Co. at W. Palm Bch. ....... 350,000.00
West Palm Beach, Northwood Bank of West Palm Beach ............... 500,000.00
West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Mall Bank ................ ........ 150,000.00
Wewahitchka, Wewahitchka State Bank ........... ...... ......... 450,000.00
Wildwood, Southeast Bank of Wildwood ......... ............... 150,000.00
Winter Garden, First National Bank of Winter Garden ................ 200,000.00
Winter Garden, First State Bank ................. .............. 600,000.00
Winter Haven, Barnett Bank of Cypress Gardens, N.A. ................ 500,000.00
Winter Haven, Barnett Bank of Winter Haven, N.A. .................. .1,300,000.00
Winter Haven, Exchange Bank of North Winter Haven ............... 500,000.00
Winter Haven, Exchange National Bank of Winter Haven .............. .2,200,000.00
Winter Haven, First National Bank ......... ....... ............ .1,100,000.00
Winter Park, Atlantic National Bank of Winter Park ................. 300,000.00
Winter Park, Barnett Bank of Winter Park, N.A. .................... .1,750,000.00
Winter Park, Barnett Mall Bank, N.A. ................. ....... 800,000.00
Winter Park, ComBank/Winter Park ............................. .1,250,000.00
Winter Park, Winter Park National Bank ......................... 500,000.00
Zephyrhills, Citizens Bank of Pasco ................. ............ 200,000.00

Total Time Deposits .............. ....................... $527,780,000.00


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