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STATISTICAL APPEfilBIX TO

of the Secretary of the Treasury
on the State of the Finances

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1968




TREASURY DEPARTMENT
DOCUMENT NO. 3245a
Secretary

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON : 1969

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CONTENTS
Page

Bases of tables

1
TABLES
SUMMARY OF FISCAL OPERATIONS

1. Summary of fiscal operations, fiscal years 1954-68 and monthly
1968

6

RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

2. Receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1968
3. Ref unds of receipts, fiscalyears 1954-68
4. Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and
1968
5. Means of financing, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
6. Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net),
fiscal years 1967 and 1968
7. Receipts by departments and agencies, fiscal year 1968
8. Budget receipts and outlays monthly and total for fiscal year 1968-9. Budget receipts by sources and outlays by major functions, fiscal years
1959-68
10. Internal revenue coUections by tax sources, fiscal years 1936-68
11. Internal revenue collections and refunds by States, fiscal year 1968_12. Deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve banks, fiscal years
1947-68
13. Customs collections and payments by regions and districts, fiscal
year 1968
14. Summary of customs collections and expenditures, fiscal years 1967
and 1968
15. Postal receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1926-68
16. Seigniorage on coin and silver bulUon, January 1, 1935-June 30,
1968

8
18
19
35
36
39
40
42
46
52
53
54
56
57
58

FEDERAL DEBT

17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

I.—Outstanding
Federalsecurities, fiscalyears 1954-68
Federal securities held by the public, fiscal years 1954-68
Principal of the public debt, fiscal years 1790-1968
Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1967-68
Debt subject to statutory limitation, outstanding June 30, 1940-68-Public debt outstanding by classification, June 30, 1958-68
Securities issued by Government agencies subject to statutory debt
limitation, June 30, 1958-68
Interest-bearing securities issued by Federal agencies, fiscal years
1954-68
Maturity distribution and average length of marketable interestbearing public debt, June 30, 1946-68
Summary of the public debt on an accounting basis, June 30, 1968. _
Public debt securities outstanding on an accounting basis, June 30,
1954-68
Description of pubUc debt issues outstanding, June 30, 1968
Description of agency securities subject to statutory limitation,
June 30, 1968
Debt subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1968
Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended,
1917-68,,,.
in




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60
62
65
66
70
72
74
75
76
77
105
107
108

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CONTENTS

II.—Operations
32. Public debt receipts and expenditures by classes, monthly for 1968
and totals for 1967 and 1968
33. Changes in public debt issues, fiscal year 1968
34. Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, fiscal year 1968
35. Allotments by investor classes on subscriptions for public marketable
securities, fiscal year 1968
36. Statutory debtretirements, fiscalyears 1918-68
37. Cumulative sinking fund, fiscal years 1921-68

Rage
110
125
154
195
197
198

III.—U.S. savings bonds and notes
38. Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series,
fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968
39. Sales and redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds by denominations, fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968
40. Sales and redemptions of U.S. savings notes, fiscal years 1967-68
and monthly 1968
41. Sales of Series E and PI savings bonds by States, fiscal years 1967,
1968, and cumulative

204

IV.—Interest
42. Amount of interest-bearing public debt outstanding, the computed
annual interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June 30,
1939-68, and at the end of each month during 1968
43. Computed annual interest rate and computed annual interest charge
on the public debt by classes, June 30, 1946-68
44. Interest on the public debt by classes, fiscal years 1964-68

208

V.—Prices and yields of securities
45. Average yields of taxable long-term Treasury bonds by months,
October 1941^June 1968
46. Prices and yields of taxable public debt marketable issues, June 30,
1967, and June 30, 1968, and price range since first traded
VI.—Ownership of Federal securities
47. Estimated ownership of Federal securities outstanding June 30,
1960-68
48. Summary of Treasury survey of ownership of Federal securities,
June 30, 1967 and 1968

199

206
207

209
211

212
213

215
216

ACCOUNT OF THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES

49. Assets and liabilities in the account of the Treasurer of the United
States, June 30, 1967 and 1968
50. Accountability of the Treasurer of the United States on an accounting
basis, June 30, 1954-68
51. Analysis of changes in tax and loan account balances, fiscal years
1958-68

218
219
220

STOCK AND CIRCULATION OF MONEY IN THE UNITED STATES

52. Currency and coin outstanding, in the Treasury, in the Federal
Reserve banks, and in circulation, by kinds, June 30, 1968
53. Stock of money by kinds, selected years, June 30, 1935-68
54. Money in circulation by kinds, selected years, June 30, 1935-68
55. Location of gold, coin, silver, and other coinage metal held by the
Treasury, June 30, 1968
56. Paper currency issued and redeemed during the fiscal year 1968,
and outstanding June 30, 1968, by classes and denominations

222
224
226
227
228

TRUST AND OTHER FUNDS

57. Civil service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1968
58. Employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1968...-.-.-.-.-._-.-.-,-.-,




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Page

59. Retired employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission,
June 30, 1968
60. Employees' life insurance fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1968
61. Federal disability insurance trustfund, June 30, 1968
62. Federal hospital insurance trust fund, June 30, 1968
63. Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund, June 30, 1968-64. Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, June 30, 1968
65. Foreign service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1968
66. Highway trust fund, June 30, 1968
67. Judical survivors annuity fund, June 30, 1968
68. Library of Congress trust funds, June 30, 1968
69. National service life insurance fund, June 30, 1968
70. Pershing HaU Memorial fund, June 30, 1968
71. Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1968
72. Railroad retirement holding account, June 30, 1968
73. Railroad retirement supplemental account, June 30, 1968
74. Unemployment trust fund, June 30, 1968
75. U.S. (Government life insurance fund, June 30, 1968

233
234
236
238
240
241
244
245
247
248
249
251
252
254
255
256
263

FEDERAL AID TO STATES

76. Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968
77. Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscalyear 1968

264
282

CUSTOMS OPERATIONS

78. Merchandise entries, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
79. Carriers and persons arriving in the United States, fiscal years 1967
and 1968
80. Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States, fiscal
years 1967 and 1968
81. Seizures for violations of customs laws, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
82. Investigative activities, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
83. Principal commodities on which drawback was paid, fiscal years
1967 and 1968

292
293
294
295
295
296

ENGRAVING AND PRINTING PRODUCTION

84. New postage stamp issues delivered, fiscal year 1968
85. Deliveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1967 and 1968

297
298

INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS

86. Status of Class III awards of the Mixed Claims Commission, United
States and Germany, and Private Law 509 as of June 30, 1968
87. Status of claims of American nationals against certain foreign governments as of June 30, 1968

299
300

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS

88. U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and international institutions, fiscal years 1945-68
89. U.S. reserve assets: Gold stock, holdings of convertible foreign currencies, and reserve position in the International Monetary Fund,
fiscal years 1958-68
90. U.S. liquid liabilities to foreigners, fiscal years 1958-68
91. International investment position of the United States, at yearend,
total 1965, by area, 1966-67
92. U.S. balance of payments, calendar years 1965-67 and January-June
1968
93. Assets and liabhities of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June 30,
1967, and June 30, 1968
94. Summary of receipts, withdrawals, and balances of foreign currencies
acquired by the United States without purchase with dollars, fiscal
year 1968
95. Balances of foreign currencies acquired by the United States without
r purchase with dollars, June 30, 1968



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304
306
308
309
312
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INDEBTEDNESS OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS

96. Status of indebtedness of foreign governments to the United States
arising from World War I as of June 30, 1968
97. Status of German World War I indebtedness as of June 30, 1968
98. Outstanding indebtedness of foreign countries on U.S. Government
credits (exclusive of indebtedness arising from World War I) as of
June 30, 1968; by area, country, and major program
99. Status of accounts under lend-lease and surplus property agreements
(World War II) as of June 30, 1968-

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315
316
317
322

CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS-TYPE ACTIVITIES
OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

100. Comparative statement of securities of Government corporations and
other business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30,
1958-68
.
101. Capital stock of Government agencies held by the Treasury or other
Government agencies June 30, 1967 and 1968, and changes during
1968
J
102. Borrowing authority and outstanding issues of Government corporations and other business-type activities whose securities are issued
to the Secretary of the Treasury, June 30, 1968
103. Description of securities of Government corporations and other
business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1968
104. Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations and other business-type activities, June 30, 1968
105. Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations and
other business-type activities, June 30, 1968
106. Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received by the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type activities,
fiscal years 1967-68
107. Direct sales and repurchases of loans, fiscal years 1963-68 and
monthly 1968

324
326
327
328
332
3 34
340
342

GOVERNMENT LOSSES IN SHIPMENT

108. Government losses in shipment fund, June 30, 1968

343

PERSONNEL

109. Number of employees in the departmental and field services of the
Treasury Department quarterly from June 30, 1967, to June 30,
1968
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Bases of Tables
Major changes in reporting concepts
This report incorporates for the first time the changes in the President's
Budget for 1969, in consonance with those recommendations of the President's
Commission on Budget Concepts which were ^adopted and implemented during
fiscal year 1968.
In terms of program coverage the new unified bndget and this report now cover
all Federal agencies and programs, including virtually all programs financed by
trust and deposit funds, which heretofore were not included in what was called
the "administrative budget." Certain accounts formerly in the trust and deposit
fund category remain outside the budget, coordinate with the Commission's recommendations. These are primarily the Federal land banks and Federal home
loan banks, which are entirely under private ownership, the Municipal Government of the District of Columhia, and various deposit fund accounts for moneys
held by the Government in a banking capacity for account of others.
In terms of transaction coverage, the new budget and this report exclude
certain items heretofore included in the "administrative budget." These transactions cover seigniorage, the Government's account with the International Monetary Fund, and issues and redemptions of participation certificates—all of which
are now treated as means of financing transactions.
In some tables transactions making up the budget surplus or deficit are divided
between the receipt-expenditure account and the loan account. Where net lending
of the loan account is added to expenditures of the receipt-expenditure account
the total is referred to as "outlay."
Statistical sources
The figures in this report are shown on the basis of: (a) The Daily Statement
of the United States Treasury; (b) the Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government; (c) warrants issned; (d) public
debt accounts; and (e) administrative accounts and reports. Where no basis is
indicated, the figures are derived from administrative reports prepared according to various specifications. Where more than one basis is used in a single table
covering a period of years, the date of the change in basis is stated. The term
"security," wherever used in the various tables, means any obligation issued pursuant to law for valuable consideration and includes bonds, notes, certificates of
indebtedness, debentures, and other evidences of indebtedness.
Following are general explanations of the various bases. For background on
the first two bases (the daily and monthly statements) see exhibits 69, 70, and 71
in the 1954 annual report; and for the third (warrants issued) see 1962 annual
report, page 502.
Daily Statement of the United States Treasury
The daily Treasury statement was the basis for receipts, expenditures, and the
resulting surplus or deficit shown in this report for the fiscal years 1916-52, and
from 1916 to present it has been the basis for much of the public debt data and all
of the figures on the account of the TreasUTer of the United States. Since 1916
the daily statement has been based on bank transcripts (summarizing charges
for checks paid and credits for deposits on the books of the banks) cleared and
processed through the accounts of the Treasurer's office in Washington. Telegraphic reports 'are used to provide more timely data for certain major types of
information pending receipt of the bank transcripts. For the fiscal yeairs 1946-52,
expenditures for agencies using the facilities of the Treasury Department's
Division of Disbursement were shown on the basis of reports of checks issued.
Total expenditures, however, a-s weU (as expenditures for the military departments
and other agencies using their own disbursing facilities, were on the basis of bank
transcripts cleared.
During the time it served as the basis for the budget results, the daily statement
covered certain transactions processed through commercial bank accounts held
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in the name of Government officers other than the Treasurer of the United States,
and included intragovemmentai and other noncash transaotions. The present
daUy Treasury statement reports the status of the Treasurer's account and summarizes the various transactions representing deposits and withdrawals in that
account, excluding noncash transactions (with minor exceptions) and transactions involving cash held outside the Treasurer's account. Only a limited number
of deposit and withdrawal classifications are shown. These data do not purport
to represent budget resnlts.
Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government
Beginning with the figures for the fiscal year 1953, this monthly statement
replaced the daily statement as the primary source of budget results (surplus
or deficit) and other receipt and expenditure data claissified by type of account.
This statement shows all receipts and expenditures of the Government including
those made from casfi accounts held outside the Treasurer's account. The information in the monthly statement is based on the central accounts relating to cash
operations (see "Description of Accounts Relating to Cash Operations," below).
Warrants issued
Receipt and expenditure data shown for fiscal years before 1916 were taken
from reports based on warrants issued.
Por receipts, covering warrants were prepared from certificates of deposit
mailed to the Treasury, principally by Government depositaries, showing deposits received. The figures thus compiled were on a "warrants-issued" basis.
Since these certificates did not reach the Treasury simultaneously, all receipts for
a fiscal year could not be covered into the Treasury by warrant of the Secretary
immediately upon the close of the fiscal year. Therefore, certain certificates of
deposit representing amounts deposited during one fiscal year were reported as
the next year's receipts.
Reports of expenditures were based on the amount of accountable 'and settlement warrants issued and charged to appropriation accounts. Since accountable
warrants covered advances to disbursing officers, rather than actual payments,
reported expenditures necessarily included the changes in balances of funds
remaining unexpended to the credit of disbursing officers at the close of the fiscal
year.
Public debt accounts
The figures reported on this basis' represent transactions which have been
audited by the Bureau of the Public Debt. It is sometimes several months after
a financing operation ibef ore all the transactions have been reported and audited.
Therefore, the public debt figures on this basis differ from those reported in the
daily Treasury statement since the latter consist of ti^ansactions cleared through
the Treasurer's account during the reporting period. A reconciliation of figures
on the two bases is given in table 26.
Administrative accounts and reports
Certain tables in this report are developed from the accounts, records, and
reports of the administrative agencies concerned, which may be on various bases.
These tables include internal revenue and customs statistics, foreign currency
transactions in the accounts of the Secretary of the Treasury, and financial
statements of Government corporations and other business-type activities.
Description of Accounts Relating to Cash Operations
The classes of accounts maintained in connection with the cash operations of
the Federal Govemment, exclusive of public debt operations, include: (1) The
accounts of fiscal officers or agents, collectively, who receive money for deposit in
the U.S. Treasury or for other authorized disposition or who make disbursements
by drawing checks on the Treasurer of the United States or by effecting payments
in some other manner; (2) the accounts of administrative agencies which classify
receipt and expenditure (disbursement) transactions according to the individual
receipt, appropriation, or fund account; and (3) the accounts of the Treasurer of
the United States whose office, generally speaking, is responsible for the receipt
and custody of money deposited by fiscal officers or agents, for the payment of
checks drawn on the Treasurer, and the payment of public debt securities redeemed. A set of central accounts is maintained in the Treasury Department




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for the purpose of consolidating financial data reported periodically from these
three sources in order to present the results of cash operations in central financial
reports on a unified basis for the Government as a whole, and as a means of
internal control.
The central accounts relating to cash operations disclose monthly and fiscal
year information on: (1) The Government's receipts by principal sources, and
its expenditures according to the different appropriations and other funds involved; and (2) the cash transactions, classified by types, together with certain
directly related assets and liabilities which underlie such receipts and expenditures. The accounting for receipts is S'llbstantially on the basis of collections (i.e.
as of the time cash receipts are placed under laccoun'ting control), and that for
expenditures is substantially on the basis of checks issued (and cash payments
made) except that since June 1955 interest on the public debt has been on an
accrual basis. The structure of the accounts provides for a reconcUiation, on a firm
accounting basis, between the published reports of receipts and expenditures for
the Government as a whole and changes in the Treasurer's cash balance by means
of such factors as checks outstanding, deposits in transit, and cash held outside
the Treasury. Within the central accounts, receipt and expenditure accounts
are olassLfied as described in the following paragraphs.
Budget accounts
General fund receipt accounts.—General fund receipt accounts are credited
with all receipts which are not earmairked by law for a specific purpose. General fund receipts consist principally of internal revenue collections, which include income taxes, excise taxes, estate, gift, and employment taxes. The
remainder consist of customs duties and a large number of miscellaneous receipts,
including fees for permits and licenses, fines, penalties, and forfeitures; interest
and dividends; rentals; royalties; and sale of Government property.
Special fund receipt accounts.—Special fnnd receipt accounts are credited with
receipts from specific sources which are earmarked by law for a specific purpose, but which are not generated from a cycle of operations. The Congress may
appropriate these receipts on an annual basis or for an indefinite period of time.
Examples of special fund receipts are those arising from rents and royalties
under the Mineral Leasing Act, the revenue from visitors to Yellowstone National Park, the proceeds of the sale of certain timber and reserve lands, and
other receipts authorized to be credited to the reclamation fund.
General fund expenditure accounts.—General fund expenditure accounts are
established to record amounts appropriated by the Congress to be expended for
the general support of the Government. Such accounts are classified according
to the limitations that are established by the Congress with respect to the period
of availability for obligation of the appropriation, as 1-year, multiple-year, or
"no-year" (without a time limit), and with respect to the agency authorized to
enter into obligations and approve expenditures.
Special fund expenditure accounts.—Special fund expenditure accounts are
established to record appropriated amounts of special fund receipts to be expended for special programs in accordance with specific provisions of law. These
accounts are generally available without time limit, but may also be subject
to time Umitations as in the case of general fund accounts.
Revolving fund accounts.—These are funds authorized by specific provisions
of law to finance a continuing cycle of operations in which expenditures generate
receipts, and the receipts are available for expenditure without further action
by Congress. They are classified as (a) Public enterprise funds where receipts
come primarily from sources outside the Government and (b) intragovernmental funds where receipts come primarily from other appropriations or funds.
Treasury reports generally show the net effect of operations (excess of disbursements or collections and reimbursements for the period) on the budget surplus
or deficit. These accounts are usually designated as "no-year" accounts; i.e.,
they are wiithout limitation as to period of availability for expenditures. Examples of public enterprise revolving funds are the Export-Import Bank of the
United States and the Commodity Credit Corporation. Examples of intragovernmental revolving funds are the general supply fund, administered by the General Services Administration, and the Government Printing Office revolving fund.
Consolidated working fund accounts.—These are accounts established to receive (and subsequently disburse) advance payments from other agencies or
bureaus pursuant to section 601 of the Economy Act (31 U.S.C. 686) or other
provisions of law. Consolidated working funds may be credited with advances




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from more than one appropriation for the procurement of goods or services to be
furnished by the performing agency with the use of its own facilities within
the same fiscal year. Expenditures recorded in these accounts are stated net
of advances credited and are classified under the agencies administering the
accounts. The accounts are subject to the fiscal year limitations of the appropriations or funds from which advanced.
Management fund accounts.—These are working fund accounts authorized by
law to facilitate accouiiting for and administration of intragovernmental activities (other than a continuing cycle of operations) which are financed by two or
more appropriations. This classification is also often applied to the consolidated
working funds for interagency activities described above.
Trust fund accounts.—These are accounts maintained to record the -receipt
and expenditure of moneys held in trust by the Government for use in carrying
out specific purposes or programs in accordance with the terms of a trust agreement or statute. The receipts of many trust funds, especially the major ones,
not needed for current payments are invested in public debt and Government
agency securities. Generally, trust fund accounts consist of separate receipt and
expenditure accounts, but when the trust corpus is established to perform a
business-type operation, the fund entity is called a "trust revolving fund" and a
combined receipt and expenditure account is used. Some of the major trust accounts are the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, unemployment trust fund, civil service retirement and disability fund, the national service
life insurance fund, and the highway trust fund.
Transfer appropriation accounts.—^These accounts are established to receive
(and subsequently disburse) allocations which are treated as nonexpenditure
transactions at the tirue the allocation is made including certain transfers under
section 601 of the Economy Act (31 U.'S.C. 686), and similar provisions of law.
Other accounts
Deposit fund accounts.—Deposit funds are combined receipt and expenditure
accounts established to account for receipts that are either: (a) Held in suspense temporarily and later refunded or paid into some other fund of the
Government upon administrative or legal determination as to the proper disposition thereof, or (b) held by the Government as banker or agent for others
and paid out at the direction of the depositor. Such funds are not available for
paying salaries, expenses, grants, or other expenditures of the Government.
Historical Data
Historical data consistent with the new unified budget, as explained above,
are shown in the tables of this report for the first time. Data for most of these
tables have been compiled back through fiscal 1954; additional historical data will
be compiled and published in future reports. Also, certain data, such as net
lending in table 1, are subject to revision.




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NOTE.—Details of figures may not add to totals because of rounding.




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Summary of
TABLE 1.—Summary of fiscal operations,
[On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
B u d g e t receipts, expenditures, a n d lending

Fiscal year
or i n o n t h

R e c e i p t - e x p e n d i t u r e account
Net
receipts

Net
expenditui-es

S u r p l u s , or
deficit ( - )

L o a n account i
Loan
disbursements

Loan
repayments

Net
lending

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1954
$69,693,636,986 $70,890,727,927 -$1,197,090,941
n.a.
n.a.
-3,041,168,894
n.a.
65,462,125,505 68,503,294,399
1955
n.a.
n.a.
4,119,818,184
n.a.
74,581,190,419 70,461,372,235
1956
3,217, 374,080
79,958,308,514 76,740,934,434
1957
-1,412,150,969 $6,519,941, doo $4,976,161, doo -$1,543,790, doo
79,621,378,163 81,033,529,122
1958
79,177,960,607 89,448,167,459 -10,270,206,862 7,859,473,000 5,200,965,000 -2,658,608,000
1959
2,122,947,646 8,309,588,000 6,427,339,000 -1,882,249,000
92,463,720,289 90,340,772,643
1960
94,370,678,109 96,596,834,663 -2,226,156,654 7,868,998,000 6,671,107,000 -1,197,891,000
1961
-4,822,817,772 9,621,496,000 7,270,733,000 -2,360,763,000
99,648,848,462 104,471,666,234
1962
144,929,000
1963
- 106,571,176,616 111,468,427,393 -4,887,260,777 9,646,230,000 9,791,159,000
-6,371,654,773 10,237,106,000 9,692,685,000
-544,520,000
112,667,983,976 118,039,638,748
1964
-369,183,394 10,911,140,000 9,662,168,000 -1,248,972,000
116,811,626,318 117,180,809, 712
1965
42,095,217 14,628,467,000 10,796,441,000 -3,832,026,000
130,863,049,147 130,820,963,930
1966
149,562,366,694 163,298,593,790
-3,736,228,196 17,675,884,718 12,622,606,674 -5,053,278,144
1967
163,675,706,076 172,805,658,300 5-19,129,963,224 20,363,840,140 14,307,090,679 5-6,056,749,461
1968
897,497,608
8,819,448,886 14,236,026,412
-6,416,576,526 1,169,034,308
1967-July.
-271,536,700
A u g . . 11,652,347,777 14,828,513,673
- 3 , 276,165,896 1,436,065,612 1,100,835,671
-335,229,941
493,537,176 1,275,536,601 1,192,281,940
S e p t . 14,936,661,316 14,443,114,140
-83,254,661
-6,824,522,824 1,681,178,347 1,239,568,100
Oct..
8,608,078,662 14,432,601,476
-341,610,247
N o v . 10,886,526,132 13,818,940,723 -2,932,414,592 1,616,017,708 1,266,274,515
-349,743,193
-724,256,633 1,833,201,216 1,648,998,915
D e c . 12,378,325,331 13,102,581,965
-284,202,301
- 2 , 703,258,986 1,962,319,498 1,300,091,991
1 9 6 8 - J a n . . 12,183,934,698 14,887,193,684
-662,227,507
13,846,157,883 -1,751,339,173 1,642, 702,690 1,030,946,305
F e b . . 12,093,818,710
-611,756,386
-2,318,667,692 1,856,052, 279 1,177,142,868
M a r . . 11,864,577,172 14,183,244,864
-677,909,411
3,850, 580, 553 1,610,698,541 1,131,546,299
A p r . - 19,049,827,367 15,199,246,814
-479,162,243
M a y . 11,735,777,580 14,949,404, 384 -3,213,626,804 1,863,788,466 1,005,362,177
-848,426,279
14,879,633, 282
4, 686, 758,172 2,528,244,884 1,416,544,292 -1,111,700,691
J u n e . 19,566,391,454

n.a. Not available.
1 Data for fiscal years 1968-66 from the 1970 budget document, released Jan. 16,1969.
2 For content, see table 17.




STATISTICAL

APPENDIX

Fiscal Operations
fiscal years 1954-68 and monthly 1968
of the United States Government", see "Bases of Tables"]
Selected balances, e n d of period

B u d g e t receipts, expenditures,
and lending—Continued

Outlays
Budget surplus,
(expenditures
or
a n d n e t lending)
deficit ( - )

$70,890,727,927
68,603, 294,399
70, 461,372,236
76,740,934,434
82, 677,319,122
92,106,675,459
92, 223,021,643
97, 794,725, 663
106,822,429,234
111,313,498,393
118,584,158,748
118,429,781,712
134,652,979,930
168,361,871,934
178,862,407,761
14,507,662,113
15,163,743, 614
14,626,368,801
14,774,211,723
14,168, 683. 916
13,386,784,266
15, 549,421,191
14,456,914,268
14,861,154, 275
16,678,399,057
16,797,830,664
15,991,333,873

-$1,197,090,941
-3,041,168,894
4,119,818,184
3,217,374,080
-2,965,940,969
-12,928,714,852
240,698,646
-3,424,047,564
-7,173,680,772
-4,742,321,777
-5,916,174,773
-1,618,165,394
-3,789,930,783
-8,789,506,339
-26,186,702,685
-6,688,113,227
-3,611,396,837
410,282,615
-6,166,133,070
- 3 , 2 8 2 , 1 5 7 , 784
-1,008,468,936
- 3 , 365, 486,493
- 2 , 3 6 3 , 0 9 5 , 668
- 2 , 9 9 6 , 577,102
3,371,428,310
-4,062,053,083
3, 575,057,581

Federal
securities 2

$272,223,065,108
275,933,494,339
274,504,664,349
273,420,743,258
280,310,760,260
289,745,991,938
293,100,313,785
295,448,189,882
306,128,179,640
313,982,733,188
320,344,400, 665
326,609,052,256
333,283,869,338
344,676,264,466
371,977,866,715
349,209,469,302
354,453,054,611
354,243,364,599
359,280,466,128
363,866,297, 683
364, 768, 055, 570
367,924,415,583
373,225,797,666
371,491,577,311
370,359, 671,314
375,789,431,971
371,977,865,715

F e d e r a l securities
General
O t h e r cash
account of t h e a n d m o n e t a r y
held b y
T r e a s u r e r of t h e
assets
the public 3
U n i t e d States 4

$224,499,347,583
226, 616,602,364
222,225,806,401
219,421,416,472
226,363,338,768
235,002,786,899
237,176,808,665
238,603,935,457
248,375,688,002
264,463,649,259
267,555,705,105
261,616,906,697
264,692,718,854
267,630,941,695
290,631,417,580
272,567,246,633
275,716,976,454
276,997,671,998
281,377,516,409
286, 731, 656,171
286,402.499,064
290,601,198,419
294,474,526,248
293,218,235,862
291,687,829,552
294,373,186,903
290,631,417,580

$6,738,566,437
6,266,781,422
6,799,568,033
6,648,470,269
9,797,452,839
6,391,691,923
8,166,018,136
6,770,617,686
10,604,210,952
12,380,408,389
11,116,139,804
12,709,996,684
12, 449,515,322
7,878,519,874
6,784,692,839
7,660,746,257
6,607,177,279
8,336,360,397
7,641,907,107
7,600,930,406
7,046,807,409
8,820,665,586
10,359,206,769
6,847,438, 641
8,442,088,068
6, 606,139,784
6,784,692,839

$2,820,303,510
2,303,984,346
1,943, 614,996
2, 662,036,201
3,198,868,818
3,174,407, 662
2,936,385,245
2,568,141,641
2,529,275,099
2,216,167, 066
1,889,893, 674
2, 641,720,687
2,463,074,585
2,105,712,030
4,502,072,796
2,019, 760,874
1,956,547,217
2,062,443,119
2,263,165,012
2, 559,241,502
2,719,612,577
2,637,830,394
2,990,927,547
3,729,037,313
4,150,447,802
3,970,477,149
4,602,072,796

3 For content, see table 18.
4 Includes transactions in transit as of June 30. For content, see table 50.
8 Subject to change based on reclassification between the loan account and the receipt-expenditm-e account.




19 68 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

Receipts and
T A B L E 2.—Receipts and ou\
[On basis of warrants issued from 1789 to 1915 and on basis of daily Treasury statements for 1916 through
of the United States Govermnent." General, special, emergency, and trust accounts combined from
through 1953; on basis of unified budget thereafter. For explanation of accouuts see "Bases of Tables"]
Receipts
Yeari

Internal revenue
Other
receipts

Customs.
Income and
profits taxes
1789-91
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797--..
]798
1799--

1810
18111812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818..-1819
1820
18211822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1836
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
18431
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849

-

-

- .
-

- -

$19,440
17,946
59,910
356, 750
188,318
1, 334, 252
563, 640
150,076
157, 228

$4,418,913
3, 669,960
4, 652,923
5,431,905
6,114, 534
8,377, 530
8, 688, 781
7, 900, 496
7, 546,813

809,396
1, 048, 033
621, 899
215,180
60,941
21, 747
20,101
13, 051
8,211
4,044

958,420
1.136. 519
1, 935, 669
369, 500
676, 801
602,459
872,132
539,446
688,900
473, 408

10,848, 749
12, 935,331
14, 995,794
11, 064, 098
11,826,307
13, 560, 693
16, 559,931
16, 398, 019
17, 060, 662
7, 773, 473

7,431
2,296
4,903
4,765
1,662,985
4, 678, 059
5,124,708
2, 678,101
955,270
229, 594

793, 475
1,108, 010
837,-452
1, 111, 032
3, 519,868
3,768, 023
6, 246, 088
4.137, 601
3,453, 516
4, 090,172

9,384, 216
14,423, 629
9,801,133
14,340,410
11,181, 625
15,729, 024
47, 677, 671
33, 099, 050
21, 586,171
24, 603, 375

15, 006, 612
13, 004,447
17,589,762
19, 088,433
17, 878,326
20, 098,713
23,341, 332
19,712, 283
23, 205, 524
22, 681,966

-

$208,943
337, 706
274, 090
337,755
475, 290
676,491
644,358
779,136

8, 683,309
13,313, 223
8,958, 778
13,224, 623
5, 998,772
7, 282,942
36,306, 876
26, 283,348
17,176,385
20, 283, 609

-

$4,399,473
3,443, 071
4, 255, 307
4, 801, 065
5, 588, 461
6, 567, 988
7, 549, 650
7,106, 062
6, 610, 449
9, 080, 933
10, 750, 779
12,438, 236
10, 479, 418
11, 098, 565
12,936, 487
14, 667, 698
15, 845, 522
16,363, 551
7, 296, 021

-

1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809

Total
receipts 2

Other

106, 261
69, 028
67, 666
34, 242
34, 663
25,771
21, 590
19,886
17,452
14, 503

2, 768,797
1,499,905
2, 575, 000
1,417,991
1,468, 224
1,716,374
1,897, 512
3,234,196
1, 540, 654
2,131,158

17,880, 670
14, 573,380
20,232,428
20, 540, 666
19,381, 213
21,840,858
26,260,434
22,966,364
24,763, 630
24,827, 627

21,922,391
24, 224,442
28,465,237
29, 032, 509
16,214,957
19,391,311
23,409,941
11,169, 290
16,158,800
23,137,925

12,161
6,934
11,631
2,759
4,196
10,459
370
5,494
2,467
2,553

2,909, 564
4,295, 445
3,388, 693
4, 913,159
5,572,783
16, 028,317
27, 416,485
13, 779,369
10,141,295
8,342,271

24,844,116
28, 626,821
31,865,561
33,948,427
21,791,936
35,430, 087
50,826,796
24,954,153
26,302, 662
31,482,749

13,499, 502
14,487, 217
18,187, 909
7, 046, 844
26,183, 571
27, 628,113
26, 712, 668
23,747,865
31,767, 071
28,346,739

1,682
3,261
495
103
1,777
3,517
2,897
375
375

5, 978,931
2,369,682
1,787,794
1, 265,765
3,136, 026
2,438,476
2,984, 402
2,747,629
3,978,333
2,861,404

19, 480,115
16,860,160
19,976,198
8,302,702
29,321,374
29,970,106
29, 699,967
26,495,769
35,735,779
31, 208,143

Footnotes at end of table.




-

Net
receipts

STATISTICAL

APPENDIX

9

Outlays
fiscal years 1789-1968
1952. Beginning with fiscal year 1953 on basis of the "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures
1789 through 1930. Trust accounts excluded from 1931 through 1953. On basis of "Administrative budget"

Outlays

Department of
the A r m y 3

Surplus, or
deficit (-) 4

Department
of the N a v y 3

Interest on the
public debt

$570

$1,286,216
777,149
579,822
800, 039
1,459,186
996,883
1,411, 556
1,232,353
1,155,138

$4,269,027
5,079, 532
4,482,313
6,990,839
7, 539,809
6, 726,986
6,133,634
7, 676, 504
9,666,455

$149,886
-1,409,572
170, 610
-1.658.934
-1,425,275
2,650,644
2,555,147
223,992
-2,119,642

Other 4

Total
outlays 2

$632,804
1,100,702
1,130,249
2, 639,098
2,480,910
1,260,264
1, 039,403
2, 009, 522
2,466,947

'6i,'409'
410,562
274, 784
382, 632
1,381,348
2,858,082

$2,349,437
3,201,628
2,772,242
3,490,293
3,189,151
3,195, 055
3,300,043
3,053,281
3,186,288

2, 560,879
1,672,944
1,179,148
822,056
875,424
712,781
1,224,356
1,288,686
2,900,834
3,346,772

3,448, 716
2,111,424
915, 662
1,216,231
1,189,833
1, 597, 600
1,649,641
1,722,064
1,884, 068
2,427, 759

3,374,705
4,412,913
4,125, 039
3,848,828
4,266,683
4,148,999
3,723,408
3,369,678
3,428,153
2,866,075

1,401, 775
1,197,301
1,642,369
1,965,538
2,387,602
4,046,954
3,206,213
1,973,823
1,719,437
1,641,142

10,786,076
9,394, 682
7,862,118
7,851, 653
8, 719,442
10, 506,234
9,803,617
8,354,151
9,932,492
10,280,748

62,674
3, 540,749
7,133,676
3,212,445
3,106,865
3,054,469
6,756,314
8,043,868
7,128,170
- 2 , 607,276

2, 294,324
2,032,828
11,817,798
19,652,013
20,350,807
14,794,294
16,012,097
8,004,237
6, 622,715
6, 506,300

1,664,244
1,965,566
3,959,365
6,446, 600
7,311,291
8, 660, 000
3, 908,278
3,314,698
2,963,695
3,847, 640

2, 846,428
2,466, 733
2,461,273
3, 699,456
4, 593,239
5, 754, 569
7,213,259
6,389,210
6,016,447
6,163, 538

1,362, 514
1, 694,210
2,052,336
1,983,784
2,465,689
3,499,276
3,453,057
4,135, 775
6,232,264
5,946,332

8,156, 510
8,058,337
20,280,771
31,681,862
34,720,926
32, 708,139
30,586,691
21,843,820
19,826,121
21,463,810

1,227,705
6,366,192
-10,479,638
-17,341,442
-23,639,301
-16,979,116
17, 090,980
11,255,230
1,760, 050
3,139,566

2,630,392
4,461,292
3,111,981
3,096,924
3,340,940
3,659,914
3,943,194
3,938,978
4,145,545
4,724,291

4,387,990
3,319,243
2,224,459
2, 503,766
2,904, 582
3, 049, 084
4,218,902
4,263,877
3,918,786
3,308,746

6,126,097
5,087,274
5,172,678
4,922,686
4,996, 562
4,366, 769
3,973,481
3,486,072
3, 098,801
2,542,843

6,116,148
2,942,944
4,491,202
4,183,465
9, 084,624
4,781,462
4,900,220
4,450,241
5,231,711
4,627,454

18,260,627
15,810,753
15, 000,220
14,706,840
20,326,708
15,857,229
17,035,797
16,139,168
16,394,843
15,203,333

-379,957
-1,237,373
5,232,208
6,833,826
-945,496
5,983,629
8,224,637
6,827,196
8,368,787
9,624,294

4, 767,129
4,841,836
5,446,035
6, 704,019
5, 696,189
5, 759,167
12,169, 227
13,682,734
12,897,224
8, 916,996

3,239,429
3,856,183
3,956,370
3,901,357
3,956,260
3,864,939
6,807, 718
6,646,915
6,131, 596
6,182,294

1,913,633
1,383, 583
772, 662
303,797
202,163
67,863

399,834

5,222,975
5,166,049
7,113,983
12,108, 379
8,772,967
7,890,854
12,891,219
16;913,847
14,821,242
11,400,004

15,143,066
15,247,651
17,288,950
23,017,552
18,627,569
17, 672,813
30,868,164
37,243,496
33,865, 059
26,899,128

9,701,050
13,279,170
14, 676,611
10,930,876
3,164,367
17,857,274
19,958, 632
-12,289,343
- 7 , 562,497
4,683,621

7,097, 070
8,805, 565
6,611,887
2,957,300
6,179,220
5,752,644
10,792,867
38,305, 620
26,601,963
14,852,966

6,113,897
6,001, 077
8,397,243
3,727,711
0,498,199
6,297,246
6,454,947
7,900, 636
9,408,476
9,786,706

174, 698
284,978
773,550
523,595
1,833,867
1,040,032
842,723
1,119,215
2,390,825
3, 565, 678

10,932,014
11,474,253
9,423,081
4,649,469
8,826,286
9,847,487
9,676,388
9,966, 041
8,075, 962
16,846,407

24,317,579
26, 665,873
25,205, 761
11,868,076
22,337, 671
22,937,408
27,766,926
57,281,412
45,377,226
46,051,667

-4,837,464
- 9 , 705,713
-5,229,663
-3,555,373
6,983,803
7,032,698
1,933,042
-30,785,643
-9,641,447
-13,843,614

53




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...

10

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
T A B L E 2.—Receipts and outlays.
Receipts
Internal revenue

Yeari

Other
receipts

Customs
Income and
profits taxes

Total
receipts 2

Other

1850..
1851..
1852..
1853..
1854..
1856..
1856..
1857..
1868..
1859..

$39,668,686
49,017,668
47,339,327
58,931,866
64,224,190
53,025, 794
64,022,863
63,876,906
41, 789,621
49,665,824

$3,934,763
3,541,736
2, 607,489
2, 655,188
9,576,151
12,324,781
10,033,836
5,089,408
4,865, 746
3,920, 641

$43, 603,439
52, 669,304
49,846,816
61, 687, 064
73,800,341
65,350, 676
74,056, 699
68,965,313
46, 655,366
63,486, 465

I860..
1861.,
18621863..
1864..
1865.,
1866.,
1867..
1868..
1869-.

53,187, 612
39, 582,126
49, 056,398
69,059, 642
102,316,153
84,928, 261
179, 046, 662
176, 417,811
164,464,600
180,048,427

66, 064, 608
41,609,931
61,987,456
112,697, 291
264, 626, 771
333, 714, 605
558,032,620
490, 634,010
405, 638,083
370,943, 747

1870..
1871..
1872..
1873..
1874..
1875..
1876-.
1877..
1878..
1879..

194,538,374
206, 270, 408
216,370, 287
188, 089, 523
163,103,834
157,167, 722
148,071,985
130,956,493
130,170, 680
137, 260,048

1880..
1881..
1882..
1883..
1884..
1885..
18861887..

186,622,064
198,169, 676
220,410, 730
214, 706, 497
196,067,490
181,471,939
192,905,023
217,286,893
219,091,174
223,832,742

1890..
1891-.
1892..
1893..
1894-.
1896..
1896..
1897.,
1898-.
1899..

229, 668, 686
219, 522, 205
177,452,964
203,355, 017
131,818, 531
152,158, 617
160, 021, 752
176, 564,127
149, 575, 062
206,128,482

1900..
1901-.
1902..
1903..
1904..
1905..
1906-.
1907..
1908..
1909..

233,164,871
238, 585,456
254,444, 708
284,479, 582
261, 274, 565
261, 798,857
300, 251,878
332, 233,363
286,113,130
300, 711,934

Foiotniotes a t end) of table.




$2,741,858
20,294, 732
60,979,329
72,982,159
66,014,429
41,465, 598
34, 791,856

$34,898,930
89,446, 402
148,484,886
236, 244,654
200,013,108
149,631,991
123, 664,605

2,877, 096
1,927,805
2,931,058
5,996,861
62, 569,484
39.322.129
69, 769,165
48,188, 662
50,085,894
32, 538,869

37, 775,874
19,162, 651
14,436,862
5, 062,312
139, 472
233

147,123,882
123,936, 603
116, 205,316
108,667,002
102, 270,313
110,007, 261
116, 700,144
118, 630,310
110, 581,625
113, 661, 611

31,817,347
33,965,383
27,094,403
31,919,368
39,465,137
20,824,836
29,323,148
31,819, 518
17, Oil, 674
23,015, 526

411, 255,477
383,323,945
374,106,868
333, 738,206
304,978, 766
288,000,051
294,095,865
281,406,419
257, 763,879
273,827,186

55,628

124,009,374
135,261,364
146.497, 596
144,720,369
121, 630, 445
112.498, 726
116,805,936
118,823,391
124, 296,872
130,881,514

22,996,173
27,358, 231
36,616,924
38,860, 716
31,866,307
29, 720, 041
26, 728, 767
35,292,993
35,878,029
32,335,803

333,526,611
360, 782, 293
403, 526, 250
398, 287, 682
348,519,870
323, 690, 706
336,439, 726
371,403,277
379, 266,075
387,050,059

77,131

142, 606, 706
146, 686, 250
153,971, 072
161, 027, 624
147, 111, 233
143,344, 641
146,762,866
146, 688, 574
170, 900, 642
273, 437,162

30,805,693
27,403,992
23, 513, 748
21,436,988
27,426, 562
29.149.130
31,367,830
24,479, 004
84,845, 631
36,394, 977

403,080,984
392, 612, 447
354,937, 784
385,819, 629
306,356,316
324, 729,419
338,142,447
347, 721, 705
405,321,335
516,960, 621

295,327,927
307,180, 664
271,880,122
230,810,124
232,904,119
234, 095, 741
249,150, 213
269, 666, 773
251, 711,127
246, 212, 644

38,748,064
41,919,218
36,163,403
46,591,016
46,908,401
48,380, 087
45, 582,355
63,960, 250
64, 037, 650
57,395,920

567,240,862
687, 685,338
662,478, 233
661,880, 722
541,087,085
544, 274, 685
594,984,446
665,860,386
601,861,907
604,320,498

3,022

Net
receipts

STATISTICAL

11

APPENDIX

fiscal years 1789-1968—Contmued
Outlays

Department of
the A r m y 3

Department
of the N a v y 3

Interest on the
public debt

Other 4

Total
outlays 2

Surplus, or
deficit (-) 4

$39,543,492
47, 709,017
44,194,919
48,184, 111
58, 044,862
59, 742,668
69, 571,026
67, 795, 708
74,185,270
69, 070,977

$4,059,947
4,850,287
6,661,897
13,402,943
15,756,479
5, 607,907
4,486,673
1,169,605
-27,629,904
-15,684,612

32, 028, 651
27,144,433
24, 534,810
27,490,313
35,119,382
66, 221, 206
59, 967,855
87, 502, 657
87,894, 088
93, 668, 286

63,130, 698
66, 546,646
474, 761,819
714, 740, 725
865,322, 642
1, 297, 556, 224
620,809,417
367, 542, 675
377,340, 285
322,865, 278

-7,065,990
-25,036,714
-422, 774,363
-602, 043,434
-600, 695,871
-963,840,619
37,223, 203
133, 091,335
28, 297, 798
48,078,469

129, 236,498
125, 576, 566
117,357,840
104, 760,688
107,119,815
103,093, 645
100,243, 271
97,124, 612
102,600,875
105,327,949

100,982,157
111, 369,603
103, 538,156
115, 745,162
122, 267,544
108,911, 676
107,823, 615
92,167, 292
84,944, 003
106,069,147

309,653, 661
292,177,188
277, 617,963
290,345, 245
302, 633,873
274,623,393
266,101, 085
241,334,476
236,964,327
266,947,884

101,601,916
91,146, 767
96, 688,905
43,392,960
2,344,883
13,376,668
28,994,780
40,071,944
20, 799,562
6,879,301

13, 636,985
16, 686, 672
15, 032, 046
16, 283,437
17, 292, 601
16,021, 080
13,907,888
16,141,127
16,926,438
21,378,809

95, 757, 575
82, 508, 741
71,077, 207
69,160,131
54, 578,379
51,386, 256
50, 580,146
47, 741, 677
44, 715,007
41, 001,484

120, 231,482
122, 051,014
128,301, 693
142,053,187
132,825,661
150,149,021
143, 670,952
166,488,451
167, 760,920
192,473,414

267,642,968
260, 712,888
257,981,440
265,408,138
244,126, 244
260,226,935
242,483,139
267,932,181
267,924,801
299, 288,978

65,883,653
100,069,405
146,543,810
132,879,444
104,393,626
63,463,771
93,956, 687
103,471,096
111, 341,274
87,761,081

44, 682,838
48, 720,065
46,895,456
49,641, 773
54, 567,930
51,804, 759
50,830,921
48,960,268
91, 992, 000
229,841, 254

22, 006, 206
26,113,896
29,174,139
30,136, 084
31, 701, 294
28, 797, 796
27,147, 732
34, 661, 546
58,823, 985
63,942,104

36,099,284
37, 547,135
23,378,116
27, 264,392
27,841,406
30,978, 030
35,385, 029
37, 791,110
37, 585, 056
39,896, 925

216, 352,383
253, 392,808
245, 575, 620
276,435, 704
253, 414, 651
244, 614, 713
238,815,764
244,471, 235
254,967, 542
271,391,896

318, 040, 711
366, 773,904
345,023,331
383,477,953
367, 625, 281
356,196, 298
362,179,446
365, 774,169
443,368, 683
605, 072,179

86,040, 273
26,838, 643
9,914,453
2,341,676
-61,169,965
-31,466,879
-14,036,999
-18,062,454
-38, 047,248
-89,111,558

134, 774, 768
144,615, 697
112, 272, 216
118, 629, 506
165,199,911
126, 093,894
137,326, 066
149, 775, 084
176,840, 453
192,486, 904

65,953, 078
60, 506, 978
67,803,128
82, 618,034
102,956,102
117, 660, 308
110, 474, 264
97,128, 469
118, 037, 097
115,646, Oil

40,160,333
32,342,979
29,108, 045
28, 566,349
24, 646,490
24, 590,944
24,308, 576
24, 481,158
21,426,138
21,803,836

289,972,668
287,151, 271
276,050,860
287, 202, 239
290,857,397
299, 043, 768
298, 093,372
307, 744,131
343,892, 632
363, 907,134

520,860,847
524,616,925
485, 234, 249
517,006,127
583,659,900
567, 278,914
570, 202, 278
579,128,842
659,196,320
693, 743,885

46,380,006
63,068,413
77,243,984
44,874, 696
-42,672,815
-23,004,229
24, 782,168
86,731, 544
-67,334,413
-89,423, 387

$9,400,239
11,811,793
8,225,247
9,947,291
11,733,629
14, 773,826
16,948,197
19, 261,774
25,485,383
23, 243,823

$7,904,709
9,006,931
8,952,801
10,918,781
10,798, 686
13,312,024
14,091, 781
12,747,977
13,984, 651
14, 642,990

$3,782,331
3,696,721
4, 000,298
3,665,833
3,071,017
2,314,375
1,953,822
1, 678, 265
1, 567, 056
2, 638,464

$18,456,213
23,194,672
23,016, 573
23, 652,206
32,441,630
29,342,443
36, 577, 226
34,107, 692
33,148, 280
28, 546, 700

16,409, 767
22,981,150
394,368, 407
699, 298,601
690, 791,843
1,031,323,361
284,449, 702
95, 224,415
123, 246,648
78, 501,991

11, 514,965
12,420,888
42, 668, 277
63,221,964
85,725,995
122,612,945
43,324,118
31,034, Oil
25,775, 603
20,000, 768

3,177,315
4, 000,174
13,190, 325
24, 729,847
53, 685,422
77,397, 712
133, 067,742
143,781, 592
140, 424,046
130,694,243

57, 666, 676
36, 799,992
35,372,157
46,323,138
42,313,927
41,120, 646
38, 070,889
37,082, 736
32,154,148
40,425, 661

21, 780, 230
19,431,027
21,249,810
23, 526, 257
30,932,587
21,497,626
18,963,310
14,959,936
17,365,301
16,125,127

38,116,916
40,466,461
43, 570, 494
48,911,383
39,429,603
42, 670, 678
34,324,163
. 38,561,026
38, 622,436
44, 436, 271

323-147—69-




12

1968 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP THE TREASURY
T^VBLE 2 . — Receipts

and outlays.

Receipts
Internal revenue

Yeari
Customs

1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924

Income and
profits taxes

Other

$333,683,445
$20,951, 781 $268,981, 738
289, 012, 224
314,497,071
33, 516, 977
293,028,896
311, 321,672
28, 583,304
309, 410, 666
318,891,396
36, 006,300
308, 659, 733
292,320, 014
71,381, 276
335, 467,887
209, 786, 672
80, 201, 759
387, 764, 776
213,185,846
124,937, 253
449, 684,980
225,962,393
359, 681, 228
872, 028, 020
179.998.386 2,314, 006, 292
184, 457,867 3, 018, 783, 687 1, 296, 601, 292
322,902, 660
308, 564,391
356.443.387
561,928,867
645, 637, 604

Footnotes at end of table.




3,944, 949, 288 1,460, 082, 287
3, 206,046,158 1,390,379,823
2, 068,128,193 1,145,125,064
1, 678, 607, 428
945,865,333
1,842,144, 418
963, 012,618

Other
receipts

Total
receipts 2

$51,894, 751 $675,611,715
64,806, 639
701,832,911
59, 675,332
692, 609, 204
60,802,868
724, 111, 230
62,312,145
734,673,167
72,454, 509
697,910,827
56, 646, 673
782, 634, 648
88, 996,194 1,124,324,796
298, 650,168 3, 664,582,865
652, 614, 290 5,162, 267,136
966, 631,164
719, 942, 589
539,407, 507
820, 733, 853
671, 250,162

6, 694, 665,389
5, 624,932,961
4,109,104,151
4,007,135,481
4,012,044, 702

Net
receipts

13

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
fiscal years 1789-1968—Go\-itin\xe(!i
Outlays

D e p a r t m e n t of
the Army 3

I n t e r e s t on t h e
pubhc debt

$189,823,379
197,199,491
184,122,793
202,128, 711
208,349, 746
202,160,134
183,176, 439
377,940,870
4,869, 955, 286
9, 009,075, 789

$123,173,717
119, 937, 644
135, 691,956
133, 262,862
139, 682,186
141, 835,654
153,853, 567
239, 632, 757
1, 278,840, 487
2, 002,310, 785

$21,342, 979
21, 311,334
22, 616,300
22,899,108
22,863,957
22, 902,897
22, 900,869
24, 742, 702
189, 743, 277
619, 215, 569

$359, 276,990
352, 753, 043
347, 550, 285
366, 221, 282
364,185, 542
393, 688,117
374,125,327
1,335,365, 422
6,358,163, 421
6,884, 277,812

$693, 617,065
691, 201, 512
689,881,334
724, 511,963
735, 081,431
760, 586,802
734, 056, 202
1,977, 681, 751
12, 696, 702,471
18, 514,879,955

-$18,105,360
10,631,399
2, 727,870
- 4 0 0 , 733
- 4 0 8 , 264
-62,675,976
48,478,346
-863,356,956
- 9 , 032,119, 606
-13,362,622,819

1, 621,953, 096
1,118,076,423
467, 756,139
397, 060, 696
367,016,878

736,021,456
650,373,836
476, 775,194
333, 201,362
332,249,137

1, 020, 251,622
999,144, 731
991, 000, 759
1, 055,923, 690
940, 602,913

3, 025,117, 668
2,348,332, 700
1,447, 075,808
1, 508, 451,881
1,418,809,037

6, 403,343,841
5,116,927,690
3,372,607,900
3, 294,627, 529
3, 048, 677, 965

291,221,548
609,005, 271
736,496, 261
712, 507,962
963,366,737




Other 4

Total
outlays 2

S u r p l u s , or
deficit ( - ) 4

Department
of t h e N a v y 3

TABLE 2.— Receipts

J4^

and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1968—Continued
Receipts

I n t e r n a revenue

Year i

Other
receipts

Customs
Income and
profits taxes

Other

Total
receipts
b y major
sources 2

Oi

Refunds a n d
transfers s

Receipts, less
refunds a n d
transfers

Interfund
transactions
(deduct) 8

N e t receipts
00

$547, 661, 226
579,430, 093
605,499, 983
568, 986,188
602, 262, 786

$1, 760, 537, 824
1, 982, 040, 088
2, 224, 992,800
2,173,952, 667
2, 330, 711, 823

$828, 638, 068
855, 599, 289
644, 421, 542
621, 018, 666
607, 307, 649

$643, 411, 567
545, 686, 220
654, 480,116
678, 390, 745
492, 968, 067

$3, 780,148, 685
3, 962, 755, 690
4,129, 394, 441
4, 042, 348,156
4, 033, 250, 225

1930
1931
1932
1933
1934

587, 000, 903
378, 364, 005
327, 754, 969
250, 760, 261
313, 434, 302

2, 410,986, 978
1, 860, 394, 295
1, 057, 336, 853
746, 206,446
817, 961, 481

628, 308, 036
569, 386, 721
503, 670, 481
858, 217, 512
1,822, 642, 347

551, 645, 786
381, 503, 611
116, 964,134
224, 522, 534
161, 515, 919

4,177, 941, 702
3,189, 638, 632
2, 005, 725, 437
2, 079, 696, 742
3,115, 564, 050

$74, 081, 709
81,812, 320
68, 483, 799
61, 286,138

4,177, 941, 702
3,115, 556, 923
1, 923, 913,117
2, 021, 212, 943
3, 064, 267,912

$21, 294
24, 369,110
49,298,113

4,177, 941, 702
3,115, 556, 923
1, 923, 891, 824
1, 996, 843, 833
3, 014, 969, 799

1935
1936
1937
1938
1939

343, 353, 034
386, 811, 694
486, 356, 699
359,187, 249
318, 837, 311

1, 099,118, 638
1, 426, 576, 434
2,163,413, 817
2, 640, 284, 711
2,188, 757, 289

2,178, 571, 390
2, 086, 276,174
2, 433, 726, 286
3, 034, 033, 726
2, 972, 463, 658

179, 424,141
216, 293, 413
210, 093, 635
208,155, 541
187, 765, 468

3,800,467, 202
4,115, 956, 616
5, 293, 590, 237
6,241, 661, 227
5, 667, 823, 626

70, 553, 357
47, 019, 926
314, 989, 642
626, 440, 065
671, 524, 096

3, 729, 913, 845
4, 068, 936, 689
4, 978, 600, 695
5, 615, 221,162
4, 996, 299, 530

23, 958, 245
71, 877, 714
22, 988,139
27, 209, 289
17, 233, 572

3, 705, 955, 600
3, 997, 068, 975
4, 955, 612, 566
5, 688, Oil, 873
4, 979, 065, 958

348, 590, 636
391, 870, 013
388, 948, 427
324, 290, 778
431, 252,168

2,125, 324, 635
3, 469, 637,849
7, 960,464, 973
16, 093, 668, 781
34, 654,861, 862

3,177, 809, 353
3, 892, 037,133
6, 032, 652, 915
6, 060, 300, 218
7, 030,135, 478

241, 643, 315
242, 066, 585
294, 614,145
934, 062, 619
3, 324,809, 903

6,893, 367, 939
7, 995, 611, 580
13, 676, 680, 460
23, 402, 322, 396
45, 441, 049, 402

749,354,895
892, 680,197
1,121, 244, 376
1, 415, 621, 609
1, 805, 734, 046

5,144, 013, 044
7,102, 931, 383
12, 555, 436, 084
21,986, 700, 787
43, 635, 316, 356

6, 763, 273
7, 255, 331
8, 817, 329
39, 417, 630
72, 705, 896

5,137, 249, 771
7, 095, 676, 052
12, 546, 618, 756
21, 947, 283,157
43, 562, 609, 460

364, 775, 542
435, 475, 072
494, 078, 260
421, 723, 028
384, 484, 796

35,173, 051, 373
30, 884, 796, 016
29, 305, 568, 454
31,170,968, 403
29, 482,283, 759

8, 728, 950, 665
9, 425, 537, 282
10, 073,840, 241
10, 682, 516, 849
10,826, 001,116

3, 493, 528, 901
3, 492, 326, 920
4, 634, 701, 652
3,823, 599, 033
2, 081, 735, 850

47, 750, 306, 371
44, 238,135, 290
44, 508,188, 607
46, 098,807, 314
42, 773, 506, 620

3, 275, 002, 706
4, 466, 731, 580
4, 722, 007, 571
4, 610, 628,472
6, 077, 966, 071

44,476, 303, 666
39, 771, 403, 710
39, 786,181, 036
41, 488,178,842
37, 695, 549, 449

113, 282, 721
121, 532, 724
109, 014, 012
113, 476,853
32, 576, 510

44, 362, 020, 944
39, 649, 870, 986
39, 677,167, 024
41, 374, 701, 989
37, 662, 972, 939

422, 650, 329
624, 008, 062
650, 696, 379
613, 419, 582

28, 262,671, 097
37, 752, 553, 688
61, 346, 525, 736
54, 362,967, 793

11,186,936, 012
13, 363, 541, 306
14,288, 368, 622
15,808, 006, 083

1, 439, 370,414
1, 638, 568,845
1, 813, 778,921
1, 864, 741,185

41, 310, 627, 852
53, 368, 671, 892
67, 999, 369, 558
72, 649,134, 647

4, 815, 727, 015
6,801, 058, 408
6, 608,425, 006
7, 824, 090, 621

36,494, 900,837
47, 567, 613,484
61,390, 944, 552
64, 825, 044, 026

72, 966, 260
87, 546,409
104, 383, 636
154, 459, 602

36, 421, 934, 577
47,480, 067, 075
61, 286, 560, 916
64, 670, 584, 424

1925
1926
1927
1928
1929

-

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948 7
1949 7

--

- -.

.

...

-

1950
1951
1952
1953




..

$3,780,148, 685
3, 962, 755, 690
4,129, 394, 441
4, 042, 348,156
4, 033, 250, 225

$3, 780,148, 685
3, 962, 755, 690
4,129, 394, 441
4, 042, 348,156
4, 033, 250, 225

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Outlays
Year i

1925..
1926..
1927..
1928..
1929..

Department of Department of Department of Interest on the
the Army 3
the Navy 3
the Air Force 3 public debt

$370,980,708
364,089,945
369,114,122
400,989,683
425,947,194

$346,142,001
312,743,410
318,909,096
331,335,492
364, 561,644

Other*

464,863, 615
486,141,754
476,305,311
434,620,860
408,586,783

374,166,639
353,768,186
357,517,834
349,372,794
296,927,490

659,347, 613
611,559,704
599, 276, 631
689,365,106
756, 617,127

19351936193719381939-

487,995,220
618, 687,184
628,104,285
644, 263,842
696, 266,481

436,265, 532
528,882,143
556,674,066
696,129,739
672,722,327

820,926, 353 4,775,7.78,841
6, 696, 619,790
749,396,802
866, 384,331 5,704,858,728
926, 280,714 4, 625,163,466
940, 539, 764 6, 549,938,998

891,484,523
907,160,151
2,313,057,956
3,938,943,048
14,325, 508,098 8,579, 688,976
42,525, 562,523 20,888,349,026
49,438,330,158 26, 637, 633,877

1945...
1946--.
1947...
1948 7..
1949 7-.

50,490,101,935
27,986,769,041
9,172,138,869
7,698,556,403
7,862,397,097

1960...
19518..
1952...
1953...

5,789,467, 599 4,129,545, 653 3,520,632,580
5,862,548,845
6,358, 603,828
8,635,938,754
17,452,710,349 10,231,264,765 12,851,619,343
17,054, 333,370 11,874,830.152 15,085, 227,952

Interfund
transactions
(deduct) 6

1, 941,902,117
2,125,964,360
3, 226,103,049
3,149,606, 267
5,231,768,454

1,040,935, 697 6,222,451,833
1,110, 692,812 5,899, 609,926
1, 260, 085,336 9,880,496,406
1,808,160,396 14,185,059, 207
2, 608, 979,806 16,473,764,057

3, 616, 686,048
30,047,162,136
4,721,957,683
16,164,412,379
4,957,922,484
5,697, 203,036
5,211,101,865
4,284,619,125
4,434,705,920 $1,690, 460,. 724 5,339, 396,336
5,749,913,064
6,612,664,812
6,859,263,437
6, 503, 580,030

Total
outlays 2 4

$3,063,106,332
3,097,611,823
2,974,029,674
3,103,264,856
3,298,859,486

$881,806,662 $1,464,175,961 $3,063,106,332
831,937,700
1, 588,840,768 3,097, 611,823
2,974,029, 674
787,019, 578 1,498,986,878
731,764,476
1, 639,175,204 3,103,264,855
3,298,859,486
678, 330,400 1,830,020,348

1930..
1931..
1932..
1933..
1934-,

194019411942.
19431944.

Total outlays
by major
purposes 2 *

Surplus, or
deficit (-)4

$717,043,353
865,143,867
1,155,364,766
939,083,301
734,390,739

3, 440,268,884
3, 677,434, 003
4, 659, 202,825
4, 622,865,028
6, 693,899,854

$21,294
24,369,110
49,298,113

737,672,818
3,440,268,884
3,577,434,003
-461,877,080
4, 669,181,532 -2,735,289,708
4,598,495,918 - 2 , 601, 652,085
6,644, 601,741 - 3 , 629, 631,943

6,520,965,945
8,493,486,919
7,756,021,409
6,791,837,760
8,868,467, 670

23,968,246
71,877,714
22,988,139
27,209,289
17,233,572

6,497, 007,700
8,421,608,205
7,733,033,270
6,764,628,471
8,841,223,998

9,062,032, 204
13, 262, 203,742
34,046, 678,816
79,407,131,152
95, 058,707,898

6,763,273
7,255, 331
8,817,329
39,417, 630
72,705,896

-2,791,062,100
-4,424,649,230
-2,777,420,714
-1,176,616,598
-3,862,158,040

9,056,268,931 -3,918,019,161
13,264,948,411 -6,159,272,368
34,036,861,487 -21,490,242,732
79,367,713, 622 -57,420,430,365
94, 986,002, 002 -51,423,392,641

14, 262,279,670
12, 574,435,216
19, 305,128,987
16,874,431,605
20,180,029,420

98,416,219,790
60,447, 574,319
39,032,393,376
33,068,708,998
39,506,989,497

113,282,721
121,532,724
109,014,012
113,476,853
32,576,510

39,617, 003,195
44,057,830,859
65,407,584, 930
74,274, 257,484

72,966,260
87,546,409
104,383,636
154,459,602

39,544,036,935
43,970,284,460
65,303,201,294
74,119,797,882

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60,326,041, 695 -20, 676,170, 609
753,787,660
38,923,379,364
8,419,469,844
32,956, 232,145
39,474,412,987 -1,811,440,048

20,427,444,299
17, 588,084, 620
19,012,727,036
23,756, 285,980

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3, 609,782,624
-4,016,640,378
-9,449,213,457

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Receipts
Social insm-ance taxes a n d
contributions

I n c o m e taxes
Year i
Excise taxes
Individual

Estate and
gift taxes

Corporation

Contributions
C u s t o m duties E m p l o y m e n t
for other
taxes a n d
uisurance a n d
contributions 9
retii-ement lo

Miscellaneous
taxes a n d
receipts

R e f u n d s of
receipts n

$435,115,178
355,013, 522
431, 369, 248
547,296, 685
776, 698,171
696,950,845
1,188,344, 006
903, 873, 683
819,166,182
1,035,976,226
1, 094,324, 111
1, 577, 661,051
1, 884,390, 007
2,119, 510,060
2,497, 666,307

-$3,417,737,374
-3,476,987,625
-3,750,030,132
- 3 , 9 7 5 , 532,487
- 4 , 598,010, 555
-5,113,762,669
-6,237,613,807
-5,976,009,231
- 6 , 2 6 5 , 669,311
- 6 , 571,386,963
- 7 , 1 4 8 , 085,619
-6,029,544,469
- 7 , 2 5 5 , 679,949
-9,581,686,414
-11,375,364,608

Net budget
receipts

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1955
1956
1967
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1966
1966
1967
1968

$32,382,717, 057 $21, 522, 853,908 $10,014,443,842
9,210, 681,897
31, 650,105, 536 18,264,720,352
35,334,076, 519 21,298, 621,621 10,004,194, 869
39,029,771, 626 21, 530,653,013 10,637,543,788
38, 668, 558, 577 20, 533,315,590 10,814,267,526
40,734,744, 051 18,091,609,456 10,769, 549,109
44,945,711,415 22,179,414,267 11,864,740, 881
46,153, 000,792 21,764,940,001 12,064,302, 042
50, 649, 593, 506 21,295, 711,399 12,752,175, 848
52,987, 580, 596 22,336,133,758 13,409,737,348
54, 690,364,384 24,300, 863,236 13,950,231, 780
63, 660,682, 663 26,131,333, 625 14,792,778,809
61,297, 551, 520 30, 834,242,695 13,398,112, 012
69,370, 595,136 34,917,825, 260 14,113,747, 719
78, 252, 045,190 29, 896, 519, 677 14,320,396,487

$945, 049,092
936,267,446
1,171,237,192
1,377,998,889
1,410,925,018
1,352,982,426
1, 626,347, 638
1, 916,392,302
2, 035,187,128
2,187,467,229
2,416,303,318
2, 745, 532,499
3, 093, 921,882
3, 014,405, 754
3, 081,978,790

$562, 020, 619
606,396, 634
704,897,516
754,461,446
799, 504,808
948,412,215
1,123, 037,579
1, 007,755,214
1,171,205,974
1, 240, 537, 884
1, 284,176,380
1,477, 548, 821
1,811,170, 211
1, 971,799,791
2,113,474, 950

$5,266, 575,249 $1,982, 599,415
6,031,045,395 1,884,982,348
7,124,632,038 2,262,291, 548
7,463,157,974 2, 592,957, 580
8, 699,152, 717 2, 616,966,301
8,904, 630,798 2,902,934,376
11,337,418,282 3,436,220,028
12,775,130, 588 3, 761,292,718
12,976, 640,446 4,214,937,290
14,886,842,299 5, 059, 298,240
17,126,163,991 5, 054, 652,394
17, 550,191,742 4,905,441,587
20,889, 528,322 4, 909, 712,447
28,105, 097,413 5, 631, 070, 875
29,487, 010, 562 5,401,977,721

$69, 693, 636,986
65,462,126,505
74, 581,190,419
79,968,308,514
79,621,378,153
79,177,960, 607
92,463, 720,289
94,370, 678,109
99, 648,848,462
106, 571,176,616
112,667,983,976
116,811,626,318
130,863,049,147
149, 562,365, 594
153,675,706, 076

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for 1843 are for a half year, Jan. 1 to June 30.
2 Effective Jan. 3,1949, amounts refunded by the Government, principally for overpayment of taxes, are reported as deductions from total receipts rather than as outlays.
Also, eflective July 1, 1948, payments to the Treasury, principally by wholly owned
Governinent corporations for retirement of capital stock and for disposition of earnings, are excluded in reporting both budget receipts and outlays. Neither change
affects the budget surplus or deficit. Figures beguming with fiscal 1931 have been
adjusted accordingly for comparability. For adjustments for refunds of receipts see
1967 annual report, pp. 448-449. For capital transfers for fiscal 1931 through 1948, see 1958
annual report, p. 396, footnote 3.
3 Includes all military and civil outlays of the Departments of the Army (including
the Panama Canal), the Navy, and beginning with fiscal 1949 the Air Force, except




civil outlays of War and Navy at Washmgton through fiscal 1915. Department of the
Army outlays include those of the Department of the Air Force (established Sept. 18,
1947) from funds made available before fiscal 1949. Beginning with fiscal 1952 outlays
of the Department of Defense not classified among its tliree departments are included
under "Other." Military assistance outlays for foreign aid programs are included under
"Other."
4 The practice of including statutory debt retirements in budget outlays was discontinued effective with fiscal 1948. Such outlays are not included in this table, nor
does the "Surplus or deficit" take into account such outlays. Table 36 shows details
of statutory debt retirements.
5 Refunds of receipts and transfers to trust funds. For content see 1967 annual report,
pp. 448-449.
6 For content see 1961 annual report, pp. 450-457.

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D e p a r t m e n t of
Agriculture

1954...
1955
1966
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968

$2, 613,484,207
4,275,010, 967
4,760, 671, 305
4, 560,471,890
4,368,422,114
- . 6, 529,382, 614
4,842, 598,671
. . 5,383,802,475
6,301,998, 075
7,332,841, 230
7,458,798,889
6,795,415,161
5,613, 687,042
. 5,841,135,394
7,307,970,991
1
..

D e p a r t m e n t of
Defense

$40,626,817, 239
35, 629, 783,118
35,693,002,804
38,719, 265, 481
39,917,442,836
44,603, 393,623
43,968, 557,132
45,688,636,763
49, 283, 661,932
49,242,713, 758
50, 702, 715, 565
47,179,370,813
55, 446,921,384
68, 763, 224, 493
78, 672, 747,569

D e p a r t m e n t of
Health, Education, a n d
Welfare 1
2

$1, 977,283,991
1,989,947,310
2,067,374,737
2, 292, 685, 544
2, 636,400,425
3,089, 040, 327
3,400, 074,752
3,680,977,437
4, 210,376,106
20, 248,873, 528
21, 695,149,315
22,732, 250,917
27,959,129, 367
34,607, 693,058
40,576,498,177

Other
I n t e r e s t on t h e
public debt
$6,382,485, 640
6,370,361, 774
6,786, 598,863
7, 244,193,486
7, 606,774,062
7, 592, 769,102
9,179, 588,857
8,957, 241,615
9,119,759,808
9,895,303, 949
10, 665,858,127
11, 346,454, 580
12,013,862, 667
13,391, 068,052
14,573,008, 397

7 Sec. 114(f) of the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, approved Apr. 3,1948, required
that $3,000,000,000 be transferred to the "Foreign Economic Cooperation Trust Fund"
and "considered as expended during the fiscal year 1948, for the purpose of reporting
governmental expenditures." The effect of this was to charge the budget in fiscal 1948
for outlays made tn fiscal 1949, with consequent effect on the budget surplus or deficit
of those years. This bookkeeping transaction had no effect on the actual timing of either
receipts or outlays. In order to simplify comparison of figures between years, the transactions shown in this table do not take into account the transfer of $3,000,000,000 in
fiscal 1948 to the Foreign Economic Cooperation trust fund; outlays of $3,000,000,000
during fiscal 1949 from the Foreign Economic Cooperation trust fund are treated as
budget outlays m this table. If effect is given to sec. 114(f) of the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, the budget results for the fiscal years 1948 and 1949 would be as
fohows:
Fiscal year 1948 Fiscal year 1949
Budget receipts
$41,374,701,989 $37,662,972,939
Budget outlays
.
35,955,232,145 36,474,412,987
Budget sm-plus..
5,419,469,844
1,188,559,952




S u r p l u s , or
deficit ( - )

D e p a r t m e n t of t h e T r e a s u r y
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$5,022,986,844
6, 025,333,673
6,804,477,374
8, 255,462, 753
11,252,497,664
13,934,489,991
13, 572, 571,320
15,268,580,484
17,496, 250, 672
-148,241,413
-114,142,453
86,674, 746
413,238,089
- 3 3 2 , 034, 543
81,521,682

$16, 505,704, 594
15,431,632,312
15,802,701,391
17, 525,463,773
18, 735, 565,949
18, 595,400,716
19,555,887,890
21,310,827,504
22,968,470,108
27,415,924,827
31,114,414,564
33, 463,630,911
36, 738, 631,437
40,089, 287,046
42, 220,630,672

Undistributed
interfund receipt
transactions

N e t outlays

-$1,237,034,588
-1,218,774,755
-1,453,454,239
-1,856,598,493
-1,939,783,9^8
-2,237,800,914
-2,296,256,979
-2,495,339,615
-2,557,987,467
-2,673,917,485
-2,938,635,259
-3,174,015,416
-3,431,490,056
-4,008,501,566
-4,569,969,617

$70,890,727,927
68,503,294,399
70,461,372,236
76,740,934,434
82,677,319,122
92,106,675,469
92,223, 021,643
97,794,726,663
106,82 >, 429,234
111, 313, 498,393
118, 684,158, 748
118,429, 781, 712
134,662, 979,930
158,351,871, 934
178,862,407, 761

-$1,197,090,941
—3,041,168,894
4,119,818,184
3,217,374,080
—2,955,940,969
—12,928,714,852
240,698,646
—3, 424,047, 554
—7,173,580,772
—4,742,321,777
—5,916,174,773
— 1,618,155,394
—3,789,930,783
- 8 , 789,506,339
—25,186,702,685

8 Beginning with fiscal 1951, investments of whoUy owned Government corporations
in public debt securities are excluded from budget outlays. See table 6.
9 Includes Federal old-age and survivor's, Federal disability. Federal hospital, and
raihoad retirement tax act receipts.
1 Includes unemployment insm-ance. Federal supplementary medical, civil service
0
retirement, and other employees' retirement receipts.
1 For content see table 3.
1
1 Social security trust fund outlays are reflected under the Treasury Department
2
through fiscal year 1962, and under the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, thereafter.
1 Includes interest payments by Government corporations and other business-type
3
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[On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government," see "Bases of Tables"
Internal revenue
Individual
income
taxes

Year

1964
1955
1956
1957
1968
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968

$3,410,229,727
3,844,766,226
4,016,080,413
4,230,464,258
4,814,851,182
6,078,503,606
5,399,834,529
6,893,412,362
4,869,010,781
5,861,430,133
7,844,839,232
9,526,532,235

Corporation
mcome
taxes

Excise
(exclusive of
highway
trust) taxes

1 $3,345,409,388
13,399,917,262
13,652,611,738
$363,680,597
$103,291,398
459,211,509
86,318,439
782,465,420
84,370,342
685,336,936
84,970,291
810,492,927
78,301,929
773,053,077
86,742,588
757,233,633
89,299,718
808,341,188
93,004,025
670,388,676
99,423,244
761,215,081
216,797,297
946,468,292
183,291,991
1,231,846,317
126,964,025

Estate and
gifts taxes

$13,252,017
18,007,121
20,072,618
20,205,172
20,464,777
18,816,683
20,192,232
22,704,075
29,368,795
27,604,514
36,094,653
31,283,087

1 A distribution of internal revenue refunds by tax category is not available for
years 1954 through 1956.




Customs
duties

$20,481,971
21,619,848
23,176,262
19,907,757
17,837,948
23,220,638
18,483,391
25,439,532
29,319,402
35,174,904
32,313,299
35,205,161
44,627,266
71,084,500
75,236,726

fiscal

Federal oldMiscellaneous age, disability,
and hospital
taxes and
insurance
receipts
trust fund

$11,259,809
4,389,417
8,241,987
4,600,703
2,873,161
3,721,550
2,828,692
2,260,573
1,225,761
700,987
1,196,525
3,161,988
285,306
107,401
62,797

Highway
trust fund

$40,500,000
61,000,000
66,000,000

68,190,000
75,466,000
83,430,000
89,190,000
95,740,000
141,667,600
139,425,000
165,800,000
191,690,000
227,675,000
282,156,260
262,715,000

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retirement
and unemployment
trust funds 2

Total refunds
of receipts

$86,206
61,098
100,146

$89,913,009
96,899,743
103,472,543
125,703,141
131,302,902
126,319,308
126,636,566
123,498,341
119,771,763
211,607,037
114,387,492

$3,417,737,374
3,476,987,625
3,750,030,132

2,580,288
3,618,143
3,491,945
2,562,624
2,755,170
6,037,793
3,206,652
4,677,589
7,797,483
6,173,591
6,137,166
6,336,929

3,975,532,487
4,598,010,555
5,113,752,669
5,237,613,807
5,976,009,231
6,265,669,311
6,571,386,963
7,148,085,619
6,029,544,469
7,255,579,949
9,581,686,414
11,376,364,608

2 Only refunds of raikoad rethement receipts are shown for fiscal years 1964 through
1956.
NOTE.—For refunds prior to fiscal 1954, see 1967 annual report, pp. 448-449.

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
fin thousands of dollars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United
States Government," see "Bases of Tables"!
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T RECEIPTS

Individuallncome taxes

61,525,756

68,726,513

Corporation income taxes

33, 971,357

28, 664, 673

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

18,882, 719
1,478, 874
1,835,408

18,894, 281
1,335, 588
2,035,561

22,197, 002

22, 265,430

1,872,062
149,104
183, 231

2,319,989
128,386
202, 994

2, 204,397

2, 661,368

2, 274, 722
148,000
16,200
205,962

3, 089, 812
79,878
43,613
279,360

Total Federal hospital insurance trust fund

2, 644,884

3,492, 662

Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Tax Act taxes
Total employment taxes and contributions.

776,493
27,822, 776

814,327
29, 223, 788

2, 916, 933
596,773
146, 666

2, 605, 057
600,972
139, 695

3,659,371

3,346,624

627, 902
86, 644
32,136

583, 919
61, 520
53, 026

646, 682

698,465

1,195, 027
4, 287
468

1, 327,138
4, 582
479

1,199,781

1,332, 200

Total Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Federal disabihty insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes
Deposits by States
Total Federal disabihty insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes..
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes.
Receipts from railroad retirement accounts
Depositsby States.

i

Unemployment insurance:
Unemplojmient tmst fund:
State taxes deposited in Treasury
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes.
Raih-oad Unemployment Insurance Act contributions.. _
Total unemployment trust fund
Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Premiums deducted from benefit payments
Premiums collected by Social Security Administration
Preniiums deposited by States
Total Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund
Foreign service retirement and disabihty fund.
Other
Total Federal employees retirement contributions.

-.

Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disabihty fund
Total contributions for other insurance and retirement.
Total social insurance taxes and contributions
Excise taxes:
Internal Revenue Code: Subtitle D:
Miscellaneous excise taxes
Highway Revenue Act of 1956, as amended:
Highway trust fund.
Total excise taxes

^

18, 687

19, 867

1,865,150

2, 050, 632

33,347, 297

34, 619, 944

9, 278, 087

9,700,159

4,440,862

4,378,886

13,718, 949

14, 079, 045

Estate and gift taxes

2,978,311 '

3,050,696

Customs duties

1,900,715

2,038,238




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19>68 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

N E T RECEIPTS—Continued
Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks
Allother

1,806,377
314,603

Total miscellaneous receipts

-

Total net budget receipts

1968

-

2,090,948
406,648

2,119,981
-

2,497,596

149,562,366

--

153,675,705

38,060
76,006
9,433
22,017
603
30,257

42,441
81,833
10,871
20,654
554
35,464

26,385
815
48,539
—11,326
—723

31,266
-7,482
53,112
—13,260

239,966

256,461

2,589
432
1,246
1,413
81,419
540
—1,878

2,646
427
1,365
1,463
87,588
612
—3,431

85,760

90,659

150
2,779.
742
710
9,063
731
516

150
2,821
801
605
9,024
864
503

411
601

1,114
639

' 3,931
6,696
1,102
—22
534
—178

3,109
6,492
1,212
931
627
—714

27,767

28,068

N E T EXPENDITURES

Legislative branch:
Senate
House of Representatives
Joint items for Senate and House
Architect ofthe Capitol.--.
Botanic Garden
Library of Congress
Government Printing Office:
Generalfund appropriations
Revolving fund (net)
General Accounting OfRce
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions

-

-

:

--

---..

-

Total legislative branch
The judiciary:
Supreme Court ofthe United States
Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.
Customs Court
Court of Claims
Courts of appeals, district courts, and other judicial services
Judicial survivors annuity fund.
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total the judiciary....
Executive Office of the President:
Compensation ofthe President
The White House Office...
Special projects
Executive Mansion
Bureau ofthe Budget
Council of Economic Advisers
National Aeronautics and Space Council...
National Council and Commission on Marine Science, Engineering,
and Resources.
National Security CouncilOfl3.ce of Emergency Preparedness:
Civil defense and defense mobilization functions of Federal agencies..
Other..-Oflice of Science and Technology...
President's Commission on Postal Organization
Special representative for trade negotiations
Miscellaneous
Total Executive Oflaceof the President...'
Funds appropriated to the President:
Alaska programs..
Appalachian regional development programs...
Disaster relief..
Emergency fund for the President
Expansion of defense production
Expenses of management improvement
International financial institutions:
Asian Development Bank
Investment in Inter-American Developnient Bank
Subscription to the International Development Association
Oflace of Economic Opportunity:
Economic opportunity prograni.
Public enterprise funds
Peace Corps
Philippine education programs
Public works acceleration.
Special foreign cm-rency activities
Southeast hm-ricane disaster




2,601

'

111, 048
31,761
122
52, 603
223

10, 000
54, 000
106, 000

10,000
61,346
130,100

53,472
254
-101,665
28

1,483,229
978
111,886
3,400
21,133
226
10,408

1, 869, 027
1,883
111, 029
15,364
4,957
201
634

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T EXPENDITURES—Continued

Funds appropriated to the President—Continued
MiUtary assistance:
Defense Department
All other agencies
Foreign military sales fund
Mihtary assistance advances '.
Proprietary receipts from the public

220, 661
101,019
63, 240
587,025
112, 796
98, 620
73, 751

219,195
93,105
45,489
432, 570
130,641
43,310
74,925

409,964
661,693
-10,157
-88,004

312,310
598,462
-14,299
-91,718
1,843,880

-32

-144

82,923
1,750
96, 066
208, 298
114, 095
145,419
29, 647

93,022
1,750
103, 730
216,860
184, 727
174, 732
31,400
806,220

21,149
343
1,304

24, 783
-444
1,516

131,691
81,689
215,572
2,800
1,656
53, 576
5,702
140, 735

-

120, 617
99,625
15,835
13, 269
14,712

678,199

Total Consumer and Marketing Service

-62
238,332
58,971
90, 052
1,386

114,178
103, 531
15,877
12, 281
13, 284

Foreign Agricultural Service
Intemational Agricultural Development Service
Commodity Exchange Authority

4,898,018

264
223, 275
56,397
92, 496
1,230

Consumer and Marketing Service:
Consumer protective, marketing, and regulatory programs..
Payments to States and possessions
Special milk program
School lunch program
Food stamp program.
Removal of surplus agricultm-al commodities
Other

-585

4,850,975

-

Agriculture Department:
Agricultural Research Service:
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Cooperative State Research Service
Extension Service
Farmer Cooperative Service
Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations
Flood prevention, watershed protection, and other
Great Plains conservation program
Economic Research Service
Statistical Reporting Service.

Agricultm-al Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Expenses
Sugar act program
Agricultural conservation program
Appalachian region conservation program
Cropland conversion program
Cropland adjustment program
Emergency conservation measm-es
Conservation reserve program (soil bank)
Indemnity payments to dairy farmers

664, 426

2, 230,608

Total economic assistance
Proprietary receipts from the public

-17,746
1, 014, 571
-961,071

864, 661

Total military assistance
Economic assistance:
Technical cooperation and development grants:
General
Alliance for Progress
Social progress fund, Inter-American Development Bank
Supporting assistance
International organizations and programs
Contingencies
Other
Pubhc enterprise funds:
Alliance for Progress, development loans
_.
Development loan funds.
Foreign investment guarantee fund
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc

Total funds appropriated to the President

618, 704

908, 648
- 5 , 630
-30,374
1, 069, 952
1,078,035

139,755
83,829
226,292
-6,929
3,127
83, 744
5,403
121,802

-.

166

264

Total Agricultural StabiUzation and Conservation Service.

633,687

667,286




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96
1967 and 1968-

T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal

Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

N E T EXPENDITURES—Continued

Agriculture Department—Continued
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Public enterprise funds:
Price support and related programs.
Special activities
F or eign assistance and special export programs

1, 644, 230
141, 556
1, 509,489

Total Commodity Credit Corporation and foreign assistance and
special export programs
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Administrative expenses
Federal Crop Insm-ance, Corporation fund
Rm-al Electrification Administration
Farmers Home Administration:
Community development programs
Salaries and expenses
Public enterprise funds:
Direct loan accomit...
Rmal housing insm-ance fund
Emergency credit revolving fund
Agricultural credit insm'ance fund
Rm-al housing direct loan account..
Other.
Total Farmers Home Adniinistration
Rm-al Community Development Service.
Packers and Stockyards Administration.
Officeof the Inspector General.
Oflace of General Counsel.
0 flace of Information
National Agricultmal Library
Oflace of Management Services
General administration:
Intragovernmental funds (net).
S alaries and expenses
Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total Agricultme Depaitment
Commerce Department:
General administration....
Business economics and statistics:
Office of Business Economics
Bureau of the Census...
Economic Development Assistance:
Public enterprise funds.
Other
Promotion of industry and commerce:
Business and Defense Services Administration
International activities
Oflace of Field Services.
Participation in U.S. expositions
U.S. Travel Service
Total promotion of industry and commerce
Science and technology:
Environmental Science Services Administration
Patent Oflace
.
National Bureau of Standards:
Intragovernmental funds (net).
Other..
Office of State Technical Services...
Total science and technology




.

--

.-

3,115,758
114,844
1,198, 500

3, 295, 275

4,429,102

8,632
—6,339
12, 210

10,310
15, 255
12, 664

11, 585
52,167

30, 769
67,819

-23,165
— 11,177
4, 708
- 8 , 700
- 4 , 738
-275

-19,218
— 13,990
6,345
-5,914
-4,314
1,297

20,406

52, 795

700
2,380
11,366
4,170 .
2,039
2, 633
2,612

390
2,600
12,077
4,412
1,638
6,786
2,609

11
3, 728

-204
4,335

—2,080
463, 401
—359,466

— 1,566
488 950
—395,385

5,429,070

6,788, 764

4,363

4,327

2,626
29,725

3,667
38,068

—3,471
114,000

—3,897
143,142

5,964
17,703
4,550
4,979
3,047

6,541
19,348
4,554
5,120
2,805

36,244

38,368

176,869
36,424

174,257
38,346

4,669
48,370
2,733

1,821
40,137
4,180

268,065

258 741

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23

APPENDIX

T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account
NET

1967

1968

EXPENDITURES—Continued

Commerce Department—Continued
Ocean shipping:
Maritime Administration:
Public enterprise funds
Operating differential subsidies
Other

-2,089
175,632
110,842

—23 133
200,130
134 931

Total ocean shippmg..

284,385

311,928

Proprietary receipts from the public

-30,997

-30,993

704,939

763,342

Total Commerce Department
Defense Department:
Military:
Military personnel:
Department ofthe Army
Department of the Navy
Department ofthe Air Force
Defense agencies

7,300,206
5,232,355
5,423,926
1,830,233

8,332,122
5,720 862
5,806,060
2,094,746

Total military personnel

19,786,720

21,953,789

Operation and maintenance:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department ofthe Air Force..
D efense agencies

7,293,385
6,058,303
5,714,461
934,103

8,204,779
5,169,851
6,211,171
997,860

19,000,253

20,573,661

Total operation and maintenance_
Procurement:
Department of the Army
Department ofthe Navy
Department ofthe Air Force
Defense agencies

---

--

Total military construction

7,747,380

447,850
522,638
650,289
14,802
1,635, 679

Family housing:
Homeowners assistance fund
Other
Total family housing




1,434,096
2,002,627
3,800, 444
510 212

7,159,668

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

23,286,884

1,633,960
1,791,101
3,229,192
605,424

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

Total revolving and management funds

5,841,011
7,995 830
9,407, 689
42,354

19,011,857

Total procurement...

Civil defense
Special foreign currency program
Revolving and management funds:
Public enterprise funds:
Department ofthe Army
Department of the Navy
Departmentof the Air Force.-.Defense agencies
Civil defense procurement funds--Intragovernment funds (net):
Department of the Army
Department ofthe Navy__
Department of the Air Force—
Defense agencies

4,389,955
6,484,836
8,096,361
40,706

677,986
92,967
492,064
18 322
1,281,339

367
485,200

494,678

485,200

495 045

100,058

107,637
1,724

11

-

-

-196
-623
-251
-1
- 1 ...

-26
-373
-170
-1

-54,882
199,548
-65,726
433,844

-

804,269
1,138, 244
76,835
76,894

511,712

2,096,676

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1968 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T EXPENDITURES-Continued
Defense Department—Continued
Military—Conthiued
Trust revolving funds...
Other..
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions

-4,072
7,120
—133,941
—7,050
67,453,112

-

---

-

-..
..

Total civil

—3
7,697
—47,698
—15,774

4
9,967
-52,244
-12,302

68,762,709

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Food and Drug Administration:
Public enterprise funds...
Other
-

1,299,686
78,678,049

-69

-

--

--

3,509,630

8,453
61,508
229,836
.---

—56
618
265,107
606,373
1,417,002
895,321
143,717
281,648

2,989,502

-.

62,945

-2,394
250,257
447,074
1,26.5,971
466,794
385,925
175,876

Total OflBce of Education

645

68,279

Oflace of Education:
Public enterprise funds:
Student loan insurance fund
Higher education faciUties loans fund
Assistance lor vocational education
School assistance in federally affected areas
Elementary and secondary educational activities
Higher educational activities
Defense educational activities
Other.

Total Public Health Service

42,393
-14,140
41,771
13
43

1,309, 597

Total Defense Department

Public Health Service:
Oflaceofthe Surgeon General
Health manpower
Disease prevention and environmental control
Health services:
Hospital construction activities
Other
National Institutes of Health
National Institute of Mental Health
Public enterprise funds
Other
--.
-

1,287,613
-3,533

37,799
—12,769
39,075
12
48

-

77,378,463

1,303,130
— 1,820

Total military
Civil:
Department of the Army:
Corps of Engineers:
Rivers and harbors and flood control
Intragovernmental funds (net)
The Panama Canal:
Canal Zone Government
Panama Canal Company
Other-.-Navy, wildlife conservation, etc
Air Force, wildlife conservation, etc
Soldiers' Home:
U.S. Soldiers' Home revolving fund
Other
Proprietary receipts from the publicInterfund receipt transactions

-7,481
7,849
—157,877
—7,161

71,472
142,863
209,069

208,136
261,458
942,060
218,503
—8,730
41,640

258,620
221,347
,131,970
244,497
11,067
44,750

1,962,864

2,335,545

Social and RehabiUtation Service:
Grantsto States for public assistance
Grants for rehabilitation services and facilities
Grants for maternal and child welfare
Rehabilitation research and training
. Other
-

4,175.068
208,277
183,741
51,881
75,497

5,143,915
280,713
218,308
54^101
269,229

Total Social and RehabiUtation Service

4,694,465

5,966,266

—7
949,860
106,000

135
906,631
105^000

Social Security Administration:
Operating fund. Bureau of Federal Credit Unions
Payment to trust funds for health insurance for the aged
Paymentfor military service credits.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

25

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T EXPENDITURES—Continued

Health, Education, and Welfare Department—Continued
Social Security Administration—Continued
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payments
Vocational rehabilitation services..
Payment to Raikoad Retirement B o a r d Construction

333,029
18,885,811
90
508,046
1,171
19,728,146

Total Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payments
Vocational rehabilitation services
Payment to Railroad Retirement Board
Construction

,

Total Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insm-ance trust fund:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payments
Total Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payments
Total Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund..
Other
Total Social Security Administration
Special institutions:
American Printing House for the Blind
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Model Secondary School for the Deaf
GaUaudet CoUege
Howard University and Freedmen's Hospital
Oflace of the Secretary:
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Payments for military service credits:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Receipts transferred to railroad retirement account
Total Health, Education, and WeUare Department
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Renewal and housing assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
CoUege housing loans
Urban renewal programs
Low-rent public housing
Housing for the elderly....
Other
Other
Total renewal and housing assistance




445,580
20,736,868
291
437,634
3,354
21,623,728

98,405
1,860,761
6,534
30,634
216

111,104
2,088,412
15,393
20,410
1,263

1,996,561

2,236,583

88,940
2, 507,799

78,672
3,736,322

2,696,739

3,814,994

134,682
664,261

142,645
1,389,622

798,943

1,532,267

33

2

26,175,254

30,219,338

1,025
231
2,718
19,235

1,225
345
17
3,039
25,755

—1,391
23,360
—11,480

1,314
27,880
—12,957

-326,850
—623,000

—272,631
—634,000

—78,000
—16,000
—11,000
—538,680

— 78,000
—16,000
—11,000
—458,044

34,320,453

40,671,212

-4,623
387,141
257,186
-4,446
1,370
•
834

13,420
476,731
279,784
-5,691
-55
37,113

637,662

801,302

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19^68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

N E T EXPENDITURES-Continued
Housing and Urban Development Department—Continued
Metropolitan development:
Public enterprise funds:
Urban mass trtosportation fund
Other
Open space land programs
Water and sewer facilities.
Other

42,915
10,216
19,860
5,691
21,849

—14,023
—24,217
—30,682
—40,720

-69,173

-282,449

12,918
—38
—18,731

160,021

—631
174,245
226,694
68,265
38,530

—219
116,228
244,809
103,336
45,791

663,816

Total public land management

706,806

156,712

-

9,161
—43
-T12,449

677,508

Total Housing and Urban Development Department
Interior Department:
Public land management:
Bureau of Land Management.
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds
Indian tribal funds..
Other.
Bureauof Outdoor Recreation...
Oflace of Territories

-172,921
-2.010
2,124

—24,731
—45,092
10,200
—23,629

Total mortgage credit

4,211
2,293
4,057

28,976
-6,805
809

Department management
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions.

180,723

732
30
3,676

^

65,898
5,611
33,339
44,444
31,431

100,531

Total metropolitan development
Demonstrations and intergovei-nmental relations:
Model cities programs..
Other
Urban technology and researchMortgage credit:
Federal Housing Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund
Other
Other.
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions
Special assistance functions..
Participation sales fund
Secondary market operations...

1968

669,966

Mineral resomces:
Geological Survey
Bureau of Mines:
Public enterprise funds
Other..
Oflace of Coal Research
Oflace of Oil and Gas.

79,669

88,088

23,193
50,964
9,989
731

29,838
52,897
11,862
722

Total mineral resources

164,538

183,407

Fish and wildlife and parks:
Oflace of Commissioner of Fish and Wildlife
Bureau of Commercial Fisheries:
Public enterprise fiinds
Other
Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife
National Park Service
Total fish and wildlife and parks
Footoortes a t end of table.




92

-

(*)

—514
42,560
90,973
125,985

800
60,098
101,912
118,848

259,096

271,659

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27

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars]
Receipt-expenditure account
N E T EXPENDITURES-Continued
Interior Department—Continued
Water and power development:
Bureau of Reclamation:
PubUc enterprise funds:
Continuing fund for eniergency expenses, Fort Peck project,
Montana
Upper Colorado River Bashi fund
Other
Alaska Power Adininistration.
Bonneville Power Admmistration
Southeastern Power Administration
Southwestern Power Administration.
Total water and power development.
Water pollution control:
Oflace of Salme Water
Federal Water Pollution Control Admmistration
Secretarial oflaces:
Oflaceofthe Solicitor.
Oflaceofthe Secretary
Oflace of Water Resources Research
Virgin Islands Corporation
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions..
Total Interior Department
Justice Department:
Legal activities and general admuiistration
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Federal Prison Systems:
Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (net).
Federal Prisons commissary funds
Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total Justice Department
Labor Department:
Manpower Administration:
PubUc enterprise funds:
Advances to employment security administration account, unemployment trust fund
Farm labor supply revolving fund
Manpower development and training activities
Oflace of Manpower Administrator
Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training
Unemployment compensation for Federal employees and ex-servicemen.
Bureau of Employment Security:
Salaries, expenses, and other
Unemployment trust fund:
Employment security administration account:
Salaries and expenses.
Grants to States for unemployment compensation and employment service administration
Payinents to general fund:
Reimbursements and recoveries
Interest on refunds oftaxes
Interest on advances from general (revolving) fund
Railroad unemployment insurance account:
Benefit payments
Interest on advances from railroad retirement account
^
Raih'oad unemplojmient insurance administration fund:
Administrative expenses
State accounts: Withdraw^s by States
Federal extended compensation account
Total unemployment trust fund
Other
Total Manpower Administration
FoiO'tniotes a t end of taible.

3a3-147--69
3



1967

—2,426
44,369
258,233

1968

124,088
536
8,116

-3,236
37,903
244,572
806
163,559
602
7,647

432,905

461,862

17,149
130,190

28,591
184,083

4,872
6,093
6,226
—554
—1,154,467
—22,222

6,193
7,387
8,962
229
—1,518,144
—38,947

607,643

244,239

79,561
186,166
80,230

87,048
192,860
82,084

—7,310
—39
70,997
—6,434

—4,747
—56
3,375
73,865
—4,381

403,173

430,037

—3,545
42 .

—3,271

274, 829
26, 887
7,914

356, 937
33,540
8,203

79, 006

107,029

-686

3,109

18,174

17,869

539, 865

661, 689

14,368
274
3,545

9,362
261
3,271

70, 985
9,160

75, 724
7,130

6,992
2,001,079

6,514
2 074,137

2,663,422

2, 746, 849

-887

-33

3,046,981

3,251,362

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96

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[ I n thousands of dollars],
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T EXPENDITURES-Continued
Labor Department—Continued
Labor-management relations
Wage and labor standards:
Wage and Labor Standards Administration
Bureau of Employees' Compensation:
Employees' compensation claims and expenses
Other
Wage and Hour Division
-Total wage and labor standards

8,264

8,568

8, 858
56, 616
125
22,092

-

61,804
478
23,499

87, 592

95, 899

20,469
1,336
5,490

20, 669
1,118
5,693

961
4,389
—3,482

1,115
4,383
-3,164

Total Labor Department

3,171,991

3, 385, 632

Post Oflace Departnient: Postal Fund

1,141,186

1, 079, 516

184, 573
23,886
—746
10, 682
3,849

199, 997
17,252
17
11, 969
4,519

Total administration of foreign aflairs

222,144

233, 753

International organizations and conferences:
C ontributions to international organizations
Other
International conmiissions
Educational exchange
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions

101,348
6,622
29,721
56,004
9,548
—6,012
—430

109, 341
5,459
25,118
50, 772
9,401
- 9 , 356
-466

418,944

424, 023

5,727

9,393

—9
2,746
493,906

1
5,040
540, 310

—2
64,147
818,796

13
74, 701
821, 075

23,820
2,850

40, 006
19,198

3,973,426
52,760

4,171,110
63,277

2,339
7,263
95
—20,106

-91
15, 522
3,622
3,636
-19, 656

5,427,738

5, 731,958

Bmeau of Labor Statistics...
Bureau of International Labor Affairs
Oflace of the Solictor
i
Oflace of the Secretary:
Federal contract compliance and civil rights programs_
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public

State Department:
Administration of foreign affahs:
Salaries and expenses.._
Acquisition, operation and maintenance of buildings abroad
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Foreign service rethement and disabUity fund
Other

Total State Department
Transportation Department:
Oflace of the Secretary.
Coast Guard:
Trust revolving funds
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
;
Federal Aviation Administration:
Public enterprise funds.
Grants-in-aid for airports
• Other
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway beautification
State and community highway safety programs
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways
Other.
Federal Railroad Administration:
Alaska raihoad
Other
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
National Transportation Safety Board
Proprietary receipts from the public
Interfund receipt transactions:
Highway trust fund-. Total Transportation Department
Footniotes a t end of table.




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29

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[In t h o u s a n d s of diollars],
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

N E T EXPENDITURES-Continued
Treasury Depai-tment:
Oflace of the Secretary:
Salaries and expenses
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation liquidation fund
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Bureau of Accounts:
Salai-ies and expenses
Claims, judgments and relief acts
Interest on uninvested funds
Government losses in shipment
Other.
Bm-eau of Customs:
Salaries and expenses
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Bureau of Engraving and Printing:
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Bureau of the Mint:
Salaries and expenses
Other...
Bureau of Narcotics
Bmeau of the Public Debt
Internal Revenue Service:
Salaries and expenses
Revenue accounting and processing
Compliance
Interest onrefunds oftaxes
Payments to Puerto Rico for taxes collected
Federal tax lien revolving fund.
Oflace of the Comptroller of the Currency
Oflace of the Treasurer:
Salaries and expenses
Check forgery insurance fund
U.S. Secret Service

1968

6,800
1
(*)
19

6,968
1
1
36

33,625
48,562
12,763
57
-127

37,647
58,490
9,633
165
21

86,845

92,590

31,416

36,751

1,046
1,991

1,261
800

20,118
13,321
6,207
51,944

16,182
13,067
6,132
57,674

18, 735
171,334
471,940
120,094
59,334

20,280
178,174
497,326
120,288
66,160
3
-2,877

-2,079
6,082
24
15,682

Interest on the public debt (accrual basis):
Publicissues
Special issues

(*)

6,566
18,459

11,366,963
2,024,105

12,263,245
2,309,763

Total interest on the public debt

13,391,068

14,573,008

Proprietary receipts from the public.

—763,382

—439,291

Interfund receipt transactions

-

Total Treasmy Department
Atomic Energy Commission




-9,998
68,790

-229
18,767
809

-92
18,441
11, 617

192
18,587
9,992
—22,568

-

115,872
74,164
4,972
296,426

28,014
66,694

-

2,465,851

151,849
80,656
—1,719
299,771
-

14, 654, 600

2,263,954

-

—719,807

13, 059,436

-

General Services Administration:
Real property activities:
Construction, pubUc buUdings projects
Repah and improvement of pubUc buildings
-Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Personal property activities:
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other.
Records activities:
National Archives trust fund
Other
Transportation and communications activities
Property management and disposal service:
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Strategic and critical materials
Property management and disposal service
Smplus real property credit sales
General activities:
Public enterprise funds.
Intragovernmental funds (net)
Other
Proprietary receipts from the p u b l i c
Total General Services Administration
Footnotes at end of table.

—743,975

—423
6,124
23,055
—22,579

456
1,668
1,981
-517,401
137,509

—21
-1,352
1,948
-175,037
411,907

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of d o l l a r s ] ,
1967

Receipt-expenditure account
NET

1968

EXPENDITURES—Continued
5,423,417

Veterans' Administration:
C o m p e n s a t i o n , pensions, a n d benefit p r o g r a m s
P u b l i c enterprise f u n d s :
D i r e c t l o a n revolving fund
L o a n g u a r a n t y revolving fund
Other
...,
Benefits, refunds, a n d d i v i d e n d s :
G o v e r n m e n t life i n s u r a n c e fund
N a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e ' f u n d . .
Other
P r o p r i e t a r y receipts from t h e p u b l i c :
G o v e r n m e n t life i n s u r a n c e fund
N a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e fundOther-I n t e r f u n d receipt t r a n s a c t i o n s :
P a y m e n t to v e t e r a n s life i n s u r a n c e funds:
G o v e r n m e n t life i n s u r a n c e fund
N a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e fund

-

-

-.

C i v i l Service C o m m i s s i o n :
P a y m e n t t o civil service r e t i r e m e n t a n d disabUity fund
G o v e r n m e n t p a y m e n t s for a n n u i t a n t s , employees h e a l t h benefits
Civil service r e t i r e m e n t a n d disability f u n d . .
Employees health benefitsfund
E m p l o y e e s ' life i n s u r a n c e fund
.'
R e t i r e d employees h e a l t h benefits fund
Other
P r o p r i e t a r y receipts from t h e p u b l i c .
I n t e r f u n d receipt t r a n s a c t i o n s :
C i v i l service r e t i r e m e n t a n d disabUity fund:
R e c e i p t s transferred from foreign service r e t i r e m e n t a n d disabUity
fund..-.

-77
-5,287

6,354,700

-

-15,739
-476,472
- 1 , 771

—72
—6,794

Total Veterans' Administration
O t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t agencies:
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e Conference o f t h e U n i t e d States
American Battle Monuments Commission.
A r m s Control and Disarmament Agency.
C e n t r a l Intelligence Agency, construction
Civil A e r o n a u t i c s B o a r d :
P a y m e n t s t o air carriers
Salaries a n d e x p e n s e s . .
P r o p r i e t a r y receipts from t h e p u b l i c . . .

71,857
500,351
1,660,091

—12,607
—488,716
-2,289

--

-10,852
2 -23,693
-64,942

84,146
670,816
1,662,409

--

5,077,907

—915
6,151
-66,148
.

4, 720,678

4,606,721

N a t i o n a l A e r o n a u t i c s a n d Space A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

6,711,372

2,133
9,608
1,432

19
2,169
10,739
41

62,322
11,536
—68

54,999
9,074
-82

73,000
36,644
1,965,119
—18,478
—69,210
-518
20,211
—3,299

71,000
40,748
2,138,767
- 2 6 , 601
- 3 3 , 575
-1,248
38,334
- 3 , 680

-1,065

-706

2,002,404

2,223,139

C o m m i s s i o n of F i n e A r t s . .
C o m m i s s i o n on Civil R i g h t s
District ofColumbia, Federal p a y m e n t
E q u a l Emplojrment Opportunity Commission
E x p o r t - I m p o r t B a n k of t h e U n i t e d States 1

117
2,460
61,394
4,630
-82,303

101
2,562
78,853
6,201
-117,489

F a r m Credit Administration:
R e v o l v i n g fund for a d m i n i s t r a t i v e expenses
Short-term credit i n v e s t m e n t fund
B a n k s for cooperatives i n v e s t m e n t fund
B a n k s for cooperatives fund
F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e credit b a n k s fund
P r o p r i e t a r y receipts from t h e p u b l i c . . .
I n t e r f u n d receipt t r a n s a c t i o n s

—89
—13,087
2,039
—12,238
—2
—4,490

34
200
-7,254
-12,973
- 3 2 , 696
-2
-4,814

—27,866

-57, 504

T o t a l CivU Service C o m m i s s i o n

Total F a r m Credit Administration
F e d e r a l Coal Mine Safety B o a r d of R e v i e w
F e d e r a l C o m m u n i c a t i o n s Commission:
International telecommunications settlements
Other...
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
F e d e r a l F i e l d C o m i n i t t e e for D e v e l o p m e n t P l a n n i n g in Alaska
Federal H o m e Loan B a n k Board:
F e d e r a l S a v m g s a n d L o a n I n s u r a n c e C o r p . fund
Other...
Federal Maritime Commission
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




76

97

—119
17,951
—238,869
181

281
18, 569
-259,659
242

—222,317
-167
3,447

-272,455
5,439
3,565

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 4.-

receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968Continued
[In t h o u s a n d s of dollars](
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T EXPENDITURES-Continued
Other independent agencies—Continued
Federal Mediation and ConciUation Service
Federal Power Commission
Federal Radiation Council..
Federal Trade Commission
Foreign Clainis Settlement Commission
Historical and Memorial Commissions
Indian Claims Commission
Intergovernmental agencies:
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
Appalachian Regional Commission:
Salaries, expenses, and other
Interfund receipt transactions
Commission on Status of Puerto Rico
Delaware River Basin Commission
Interstate Coinmission on the Potomac River Basin
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Interstate Coinmerce Commission
National Capital Housing Authority.
National Capital Plarming Commission
National Capital Transportation Agency
National Foundation on Arts and Humanities
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
National Science Foundation
President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy...

7, 079
14, 068

107

7,336
14, 663

97

14,105
1,658

16, 215
1,307

124
336

29
446

386

502

657

1,486
-662

290
156
5
27, 006
6 ...
1,115
2, 977
9,787
30,190
1,981
413,671
1 ...

Railroad Rethement Board:
Payment for mUitary service credits.. Raih-oad rethement accounts:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payments, etc
Interest onrefunds oftaxes
Proprietary receipts from the public.
Interfund receipt transactions:
Railroad rethement account:
Payments for mUitary service credits

()
*

179
5

1,626
23, 611

760
1,871
12,603
31,842
2,014
446, 086

17, 201

17,839

12, 646
1, 267,343

13, 800
1,387,711

3

-1,821

13

-4,050

-17,201

-17,839

1, 268, 069

Total Raih-oad Retirement Board

1, 397, 475

Renegotiation Board
Securities and Exchange Commission
Selective Service System

2, 519
16, 680
58, 031

2,640
17, 639
56, 765

SmaU Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds
Salaries and expenses
Other...
Proprietary receipts from the public

81,667
4,933
120
—1

100, 440
10, 084
-21
-3

86,719

110, 500

30,169
330
3,400
2,183
7,825

41, 470
248
3,694
2,304
8,654

102,065
—62

136, 824
-87

Total Tennessee Valley Authority

102,003

136, 737

U.S. Information Agency:
Informational media guarantee fund
Salaries and expenses.
Construction of radio facUities
Other—
Proprietary receipts from the public

300
157. 591
16,531
11,022
—665

-273
166,038
16, 362
4,949
-759

184,780

186,317

Total SmaU Business Administration
Smithsonian Institution
Subversive Activities Control Board..
Tariff Commission
Tax Court ofthe United States
Temporary Study Commissions
Tennessee VaUey Authority:
Tennessee VaUey Authority fund
Proprietary receipts from the public

TotalU.S. Information Agency
Fo,otnjotes a t end of taible.




'.
,.

--

-

-.-

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96

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[In thousands of dollars].
Receipt-expenditure account

1967

1968

N E T EXPENDITURES—Continued

Other independent agencies—Continued
Water Resources Council:
Planning expenses andother
Interfund receipt transactions
Total other independent agencies
Undistributed interfund receipt transactions:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds:
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance tmst fund
State Department:
Foreign service retirement and disabUity fund
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
CivU service retirement and disabUity fundTax Court of the United States:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fundSubtotal
Interest credited to certaih Government accounts:
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Defense Department:
CivU:
Soldiers' Home Permanent fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trustfund
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Interior Department:
Indian tribal funds.
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund
State Department:
Foreign service retirement and disabiUty fund
Transportation Department:
Highway trust fund..
Veterans' Administration:
Government life insurance fund
National service Ufe insurance fund
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disabiUty fund
Raihoad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement accounts
Other.
Subtotal

1,962
—10
-

-.

2.593
—323

3,898,258

4,235,534

—425

—461

—370, 000
— 46,000
— 60,000
-

—397, 000
— 48,000
—65,000

-4,183

—4,449

-1,254,188

-1,380,715

—20

—20

-1,733,816

-1,895,635

—129

—143

—3,214

—3,196

—721,279
-63,684
—45, 562
—15,041

—895, 976
-82,740
—59,968
—20,103

-9,150

-6,921

-379,613

-439,305

—1, 665

—1, 674

-14,226

-33,603

-30,398
—198,404

'

-32,347
—210,752

-621,867

—705,788

—170,033
-431

—181,351
-568

-2,274,685

-2,674,334

Total undistributed interfund receipt transactions

-4,008,602

-4,669,970

Total net expenditures (excluding net lending)

153,298,594

g 172,805,658

Receipt-expenditure account surplus, or deficit ( - )

-3,736,228

2-19,129,953

Footnotes a t end of table.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

33

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[In t h o u s a n d s of dioUarsI
Loan account

1967

1968

N E T LENDING

Funds appropriated to the President:
Economic opportunity loans
Defense production act

24,389
-3,338
21,051

Total funds appropriated to the President
Agriculture Department: ,
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Storage facUity and short-term export sales credits
Farmers Home Administration:
Agriculture credit insurance
Direct loans
Emergency credit
Rural housing direct loans
Rural housing insurance
State rural rehabilitation
Rural Electrification Administration

16,806
—1,682
15,124

137,660

79,887

—17,828
43,238
3,889
-29,401
42,288
484
231,746

14,920
92,012
15,267
—33,981
62,616
—2,180
290,665

Total Agriculture Department

412,066

519,207

Coinmerce Department:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development
Maritime Administration:
Federal ship mortgage insurance
Other

29,375

52,704

—1,087
-7,398

—1,467
-7,669

20,890

43,668

311

—6,731

Total Commerce Department
Defense Department:
MUitary:
Defense production guarantees
CivU:
Construction of power systems, Ryukyu Islands..

205

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Offlce of Education:
Higher education activitiesStudent loans
Other
PublicHealth Service..
Social Security Administration
Other

-

-

-726
-63
203,000
3,038

Total Housing and Urban Development Department
Interior Department:
Bureau of Reclamation Other..-.
Total Interior Department




275,259
81,254
10,275
-24,064

—200
65,914
-493

—200
45,424
-366

17, 608
3,600

-

-94,714

362,064
77,469
10,515
(>3,570

-.

101,201
13
3,542
-91
-203,000
3,621

287,240

Total Health, Education, and Welfare Department
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Renewal and housing assistance:
College housmg loans
Housuig for the elderly
Low-rent public housuig
Other
Metropolitan development:
Urbanmass transportation
Public facUity loans
Liquidating programs
Federal Housing Admhiistration:
Modernization, improvement, and mortgage insurance
Community disposal operations
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions
Special assistance functions
Participation sales fund
Secondary market functions-

-5,301

81,992

-

430

616

Total Defense Department

68,833
—94

422,887
114,444
147,177
830,655

363,938
671,421
113,788
1,937,816

2,106,210

3,433,305

15, 852
6,326

13,435
5,879

21,177

19,314

34

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts, expenditures, and lending, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—
Continued
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars]i
Loan account

1967

1968

N E T LENDING—Continued

Veterans' Administration:
Direct loan program
Loan guaranty program
Government life insurance fund
National service lUe insurance fund
Other-_.
Total Veterans' Admmistration
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission
Loans to District of Columbia
Export-Import Bank of the United States i
Farm Credit Administration:
Banks for cooperatives..:.
Federal intermediate credit banks
Total Farm Credit Administration
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Interstate Coinmerce Commission
National Capital Planning Commission
RaUroad Retirement Board
Small Business Administration
Total loan account

.

-

--

-

114,000
-402
-6,308

-114,000
-70
636

53,179
217,717
81, 537
133,083
4,373

52,678
2 204,323
-86, 710
—29,424
6,192

489,889

147,059

114,000
19,610
539,690

480,600
21,442
907,262

190,960
481,386

161,289
405,600

672,346

566,889

43,712
17,036
-540
114,000
68,197

7,266
-670
-201
-64, 000
173,837

5,063,278

Labor Department
Treasury Department
General Services Administration

2 6,066,749

TOTAL BUDGET

Receipts (-f) (Receipt-expenditure account)

+149,562,366

+153,675,705

Expenditures (—) (Receipt-expenditure account)

—163,298,694

2 —172,805,658

Net lending ( + ) , or ( - ) (Loan account)
Total net expenditures and net lending ( - )
Budget surplus, or deficit ( - )

-6,053,278

2-6,056,749

-168,361,872

-178,862,408

-8,789,506

-25,186,703

i Name changed from Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47).
2 Contains an adjustment of $2,472 thousand from loan disbursement to expenditures for the "Loan Guaranty Revolving Fund, Veterans' Administration." This adjustment was processed subsequent to publication of the "Final Statement, of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government, July 1,1967
through June 30,1968."
(*) Less than $500.




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35

TABLE 5.—Means of financing, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
[In thousands of doUars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United
States Government," see "Bases of Tables"]
Classification
(Assets and liabUities directly
related to the budget)

1967
Net
transactions

1968
Closhig
balances

Net
transactions

Closing
balances

LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Federal securities:
Public debt securities:
As published in daUy Treasury statementsNet transactions hi transit as of June 30...
Total as of June 30
Agency securities:
Defense Department:
FamUy housing mortgages..
Homeowners assistance mortgages
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Federal Houshig Administration
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Participation sales fund:
Participation certificates...
Secondary market operations
Transportation Department:
Coast Guard:
FamUy houshig mortgages...
Treasury Department:
Federal Farm Mortgage Corp. liquidationfund
.Other independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United
States: i
Agency securities
Participation certificates
Farm Credit Administration:
Banks for cooperatives fund
Federal intermediate credit banks
fund
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
fund
Tennessee VaUey Authority.
Total agency securities.

6,313,860
16,167

326,220,938
-39,691

21,367,469
-5,384

347,578,406
-46,075

6,330,017

326,181,247

21,352,085

347,533,331

-73,035

2,035,591

-84,160
12

1,961,441
12

60,667

492,024

66,404

648,427

2,720,000
809,724

4,830,000
4,079,103

3,070,000
1,807,959

7,900,000
5,887,062

-106

3,207

-121

3.087

-4

120

-11

109

778,610

2,163,616

387,466
19,452

387,466
2,183,068

190,778

1,071,628

157,888

1,229,615

469,750

3,362,576

416,005

3,778,680

5,433

6,433

-3
107,800

260
525,000

-14
132,200

263
417,200

5,078,669

18,456,327

6,944,133

24,399,459

Total Federal securities..
Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
Government accounts2
Noninterest-bearing pubhc debt securities
held by IMF and international lending
institutions

11,408,586

344,636,573

27,296,217

371,932,791

9,036,683

73,817,323

6,320,125

79,137,448

-481,500

3,328,000

-1,119,000

2,209,000

Total borrowmg from the pubhc
Accrued interest payable on public debt securities.
Deposit funds
MisceUaneous liabUity accounts (includes checks
outstanding, etc.)-.

2,854,403

267,491,251

23,096,092

290,686,343

-10,754
456,972

1,439,740
3,595,415

295,307
829,691

1,735,048
4,426,107

Total liabUity accounts
Foiotniotes at ead of taJble.




-439,227

3,263,039

2,070,562

6,333,601

2,861,394

275,789,445

26,290,653

302,080,098

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T A B L E 5.—Means of financing, fiscal years 1967 and 1968—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Classification

1967

(Assets and liabiUties directly
related to the budget)

Net
transactions

1968

Closing
balances

Net
transactions

Closing
balances

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
Within general account of the Treasurer of the
United States:
As pubUshed in the daUy Treasury statement
1.
Net transactions m transit as of June 30

-4,648,383
77,387

7,758,996
119,525

-1,064,932
-28,896

6,694,062
90,631

Total as of June 30
With other Government oflicers
With International Monetary Fund

-4,570,995
-5,363
-342,000

7,878,620
1,677,962
427,750

-1,093,827
1,858,361
638,000

6,784,693
3,536,323
965,750

Total cash and monetary assets

11,286,766

Miscellaneous asset accounts
Total asset accounts

-4,918,358

9,984,232

1,302,534

-.-

-196,523

980,730

168,629

1,149,359

--

-5,114,881

10,964,962

1,471,163

12,436,125

+264,824,484 +24,819,489

+289,643,973

Excess of liabUities (+) or assets ( - )
Add: Transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage
Total budget financmg (Financing of deficit ( + ) , or disposition of surplus ( - ) ) . . . .

+7,976,274
813,232
+8,789,506

367,213
+264,824,484 +25,186,703 +289,643,973

1 Name changed from Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47)
2 See table 6.

T A B L E 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net) fiscal
years 1967 and 1968
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of dollars.
On basis of "Monthly Statenient of Receipts and Expenditmes of the United States Government,"
see "Bases of Tables"]
Agency
Legislative branch:
Library of Congress
.
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Agriculture Department:
PubUc debt secmities
Agency securities
Commerce Department
Defense Department
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt secmities
Agency secmities..
Participation certificates..
Federal disabUity insurance trust fund:
Public debt secmities
Agency secmities
Participation certificates.:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities.
Agency securities..
Participation certificates..
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Other
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Metropolitan development:
Agency securities
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal Housing Administration fund:
Public debt secmities..Agency securities..
Participation certiflcates

ether:

Public debt securities




1967

1968
62

472
168
— 6, 593
756
110

-

549
—200
—5,870
3,964
101

3,437,083
103,500
200,000
225,878
20,000
50,000
...:

1,380,784
—7,000
210,000
516,855
10,000
65,000

406,889
41,600
-^ 50,000
478,849
-10

20,000
—197,436
44

67,117

—2,593 _
56,666
—11,955

137,229
—2,070
60
36

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

37

TABLE 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net) fiscal
years 1967 and 1968—Continued
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of doUars]
Agency
Housing and Urban Development Department—Continued
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Secondary market operations:
Agency securities...
Participation sales fund:
Public debt secmities
Agency securities
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities
Special assistance functions fund:
Agency secmities
Public Housing Programs
Interior Department:
Public debt secmities
Labor Depaitment:
Unemployment trust fund:
Public debt secm-ities
Agency secmities
Participation certificates
Other
State Department:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund
.
Transportation Department:
Coast Guard...
Highway trust fund
Treasury Department:
Public debt securities
Agency securities...
Participation certificates
.
General Services Administration
Veterans' Admhiistration:
Veterans'reopened insurance fund
Veterans' special term insurance fund
Government life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.
Agency securities.
Participation certificates
Other
•Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Coinmission:
Civil service retirement and disabUity fund:
Public debt securities
Agency securities.
Participation certUicates
Employees health benefitsfund
Employees' life insurance fund
Retired employees health benefits fund
Export-Import Bankof the United States i
Farm Credit Administration:
Banks for cooperatives:
Public debt securities
Agency securities...
Federal intermediate credit banks:
Public debt securities
Agency securities
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities
-Agency securities.Participation certificates
Railroad Rethement Board:
Public debt securities
Agency securities
..Participation certificates
Other
Total
Footnotes a t end of table.




1967

1968

—1
84, 762
-22,795
—1,943

—5,299
-10,000

-26,113

17,383

777,024
203,500
175,000
-109

1,022,525
-67,000
180,000
-115

557

—270

483,947

10
256,614

648,070
50,000
25,000
—86

-540,852
-25,000
-23,000
—140

33,781
19,764
.

—2,106

—6,736
-8,000

.

421, 644
48,460

34,546
24,704

-123,643

111,442
-42,000
155,000

701,009
103,600
200,000
17,952
54,981
304
81,500

696,735
-7,000
210,000
24,768
45,753
2,382
-81,500

-1,450
1,650

10,739
—2,660

—600
238,192
...

62,373

-368,423
109,500
150,000
137

27,712
8,700
268,232

211,567

171,976
4,000
88,600

61,644
61,500
60,000
21

-35,469
10,000
160,000
24

9,035,683

6,320,125

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TABLE 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net) fiscal
years 1967 and 1968—Continued
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of dollars]
Agency

1967

1968

MEMORANDUM

Investments hi Federal home loan bank and Federal land bank securities, included
in loan account:
Banks for cooperatives
-Civil service retirement and disability fund
Federal intermediate credit banks
Federal old-age and smvivors insurance trust fund.
--.
Federal hospital insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund
Participation sales fund
Raih-oad rethement account
Unemployment trust fund. _.
Veterans' life insurance funds
Total

^....

114, 000
2,650
114,000
15,000
74,000
147,177
114,000
114,000
158,260

2,200
480, 600
10,036
—114,000
—15,000
—74,000
113,788
—64,000
-114,000
—158,250

852,977

67,373

» Name changed from Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47).




TABLE 7.—Receipts hy departments and agencies, fiscal year 1968
[On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government"]
Receipts deducted from budget expenditures
Budget receipts

Legislative branch
The judiciary
Funds appropriated to the President:
MUitary assistance
Economic assistance
Other
Agricultme Department
Commerce Department.
Defense Department:
MUitary.
Civil...
Health, Education, and Welfare Department..
Houshig and Urban D evelopment D epartment
Interior Department.
Justice Department..
Labor Department
State Department.
Transportation Department
Treasm-y Department
Atomic Energy Coinmission
General Services Admmistration.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Veterans'Administration
Other independent agencies
Total




_.

Proprietary
receipts from
the pubhc

Interfund,
deducted
by agency

Loan accomit
repayments

Interfund,
not deducted
by agency

Total receipts

Ul

$3,174,893
19,137,638

$13,249,849
3,431,466

1,263,137
470,083
11,761,996
26,066,432

961,070,867
91,717,955
761,642
395,385,066
30,992,661

166,881,439
1,238,884
29,110,655,749
8, 921
14,284,128
8,521,222
3,346,488,061
31,016,949
4,380,446, 233
114, 371, 578, 313
1,799,651
1,979,344
132,185
2,964,964
2,186,844,964

157,877.217
52,244,286
12,956,519
42, 673
1,518,143,833
4,381,386
3,163,647
9,356,398
19, 656,409
439,290,991
1,193,884
175,037,254
3,104,862
493,982,481
16,447,144

$7,160,716 .
12,301,997 .
1,469,675,000
12,448, 976 .
38,947,268

153,675,705,076

4,403, 478, 389

2, 305, 611, 226

$217, 280
693, 710

$204,334,761
7, 668, 903

349

$16, 642, 022
23,162, 814
961, 070, 867
92, 981, 092
1, 221, 725
611, 481, 823
63, 618, 344

21, 799, 558

465,800
15,097, 772 .
719,806, 908
6,364,198 .
24,342,591

69, 021

9, 559, 555

243, 144, 719
2, 267,880, 040

321, 935, 849
68, 980, 294
32,161, 613, 799
12, 500, 569
1, 579,746, 222
12, 902, 608
3, 788,963,167
46, 962, 341
4, 448,702, 941
115, 530,778, 393
2, 993, 434
198, 885,178
3, 237, 048
745, 456, 362
4, 535,074, 296

4, 569, 969, 647

Ul
t—i

o

>

165, 228, 911,187

-463, 761
1, 278, 006

69,827

274,146, 849

16, 478
3, 195,126
1, 568,790, 293
7, 092, 988
439, 311, 569
6, 123,193
33, 502, 527
32, 365

I-H

00
CO

TABLE 8.—Budget receipts and outlays monthly and total for fiscal year 1968

O

[In miUions of doUars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government," see "Bases of Tables"]
Receipts and outlays

July

August

September

October November

Decem- January February March
ber

AprU

May

June

Total
1968

N E T RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes
Corporation income taxes
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions.......
Unemployment insurance
Contributions for other insurance and retirement.
Excisetaxes
Estate and gift taxes..Custoins
MisceUaneous...:

6,219
564

7,007
3,947

4,405
815

5,410
463

4, 802
4,107

8,106
764

5,595
574

1,970
105

3,224
625

2,139
88

1,323
39

2, 580
413

1,547
64

1,249
119

166
1,230
204
152
169

166
1,113
305
168
169

153
1,078
194
157
173

162
1,210
232
174
247

162
1,298
191
187
182

155
1,146
207
155
195

8,819

Total

3,961
872

11, 552

14, 937

8,608

10, 887

19
7
1

33
7
3

17
8
2

25
8
2

26
164
273

38
139
168

-35
160
192

139

650

63
293
75

81
235
58

3.436
4,365

9,385
4,247

3,814
639

7,584
7,307

68,726
28, 665

3,327
807

50

3,110
148

4,153
843

2, 553
45

29, 224
3,346

199
1,180
237
176
154

202
155
207

158
1,163
232
161
251

196
1,101
447
185
231

182
1,309
361
191
244

195
1,182
239
176
286

2, 051.
14. 079
3,051
2,038
2,498

12, 378

12,184

12, 094

11,865

19, 050

11, 736

19, 566

153,676

20
8
1

14
7
3

22
7
3

25
8
3

8
9
2

30
7
4

21
9
3

23
7
2

255
91
28

104
161
165

60
151
227

49
140
134

72
141
181

26
156
133

85
146
294

32
163
157

77
198
191

119
124
301

654
1,844
2,415

678

157

14

278

20

118

465

395

198

199

3,310

81
206
62

105
638
84

127
142
51

104
143
65

149
231
80

154
159

135
255
105

147
222
56

-67
65
89

1,199
2, 799
807

N E T OUTLAYS

Legislative branch
The judiciary
Executive Oflace of the President
Funds appropriated to the President:
Military assistance
Economic assistance
Other
Agriculture Department:
Coinmodity Credit Corporation
Foreign assistance and special export programs
Other
Commerce Department
Defense Department:
MUitary:
Department ofthe Army
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies
Other

O

Ul
O
S?

119
310
81 •

-(*)

436
24

2,128
1,738
2,384
258
40

2,164
1,739
2,084
293
28

2,137
1,788
2,084
308
41

1,913
1,776
2,115
292
24

1,856
1,654
1,904
305
18

2,241
2, 039
2,244
322
37

2,098
1,844
2, 050
304
56

1,701
1,981
1,896
303
40

2, 313
1,833
2, 339
312
43

2,283
1,994
2,303
267
47

2,462
2,122
2,308
334
42

25, 294
22,110
25, 794
3, 735
440

Total mUitary

6,145

6,548

6,307

6,357

6,122

5,738

6,884

6,351

5,921

6,839

6,894

7,268

77, 373

Civil



131

108

121

1,998
1, 604
2, 084

O

H

>
^
•
^
o
UJ

3
W
^
>
Ul

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Social and rehabUitation service..
532
Federal old-age and survivors insurance
trustfund.
1,585
Federal disabUity insurance trust fund
153
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
276
Federal supplementaiy medical insurance
trustfund
112
Other
544
Housing and Urban Development Department.. . . .
. . 2 3 5
Interior Department.
.
.122
Justice Department
31
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund
184
Other. .
.
35
Post Oflace Department.
57
State Department
86
Transportation Department:
Highway trust fund..
418
Other
125
Treasury Department:
Interest on the public d e b t .
. . . . . 1,142
Interest on refunds, etc.
18
Other
.
7
Atomic Energy Commission
234
General Services Administration
93
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
351
Veterans' Administration;
Compensation, pensions, and benefit pror^r - ^r
OHO
g r.ar m. s . . . . : . .
398
Governinent life insurance fund...
—79
National service life insurance fund
-3
Other
135
Other independent oflaces.
CivU Service Commission..
173
Export-Import Bank of the United States 1.
-4
Railroad Retirement Board..
110
SmaU Business Administration
2
Tennessee Valley Authority...
12
Other
241
Undistributed interfund receipt transactions:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds
-120
Interest credited to certain (Government
accounts.
-33
TotaL.
Surplus (+) or deficit ( - )

-

424

415

502

462

495

486

459

493

238

812

1,654
173
301

1,647
177
286

1,653
180
" 304

1,711
173
300

1,682
173
290

1,684
179
41

1,713
178
340

1,926
199
364

1,943
206
348

1,951
203
360

22
575

106
399

65
476

17
575

78
478

66
791

78
649

94
505

64
611

89
43

108
867

898
6,415

326
123
34

323
103
33

310
103
36

303
120
32

350
74
41

532
114
34

386
-74
35

358
-345
36

273
87
40

308
95
43

436
-258
36

4,140
264
430

218
33
225
32

170
-34
100
33

182
59
64
46

191
42
55
43

210
32
1
51

312
60
169
34

310
53
65
35

289
51
86
8

253
73
43
18

197
50
123
17

228
71
92
21

2,746
626
1,080
424

380
125

400
131

450
149

391
123

426
133

314
130

284
106

302
125

227
137

151
122

426
154

1,128
15
-74
195
(*)

1,145
16
11
216
4

1,154
9
-144
190
24

1,174
8
39
200
33

1,233
12
-104
188
73

1,262
5
-8
197
32

1,206
8
6
210
19

1,275
12
18
191
33

1,260
8
74
216
20

1,268
10
65
207
-1

410

377

386

377

391

372

395

410

377

425

/IQO
432
4
-4
150

/IQO
432
5
12
147

4Q/1
434
5
8
151

167
32
97
23
16
75

164
-46
112
24
5
151

175
67
114
16
1
4

179
116
115
22
1
242

186
98
111
19
9
112

473
146
125
21
8
49

501
81
177
13
26
132

-176

-169

OOfl
386

1
154

OCjO
389 .
5
-35
144

149
81
94
71
23
94

112
93
124
19
11
-27

195
35
41
27
14
32

229
91
113
29
10
-25

-205

-146

-135

-192

-130

-166

-158

-142

-155

-78

-14

-58

-89

-574

-38

-79

-26

-72

14,508

15,164

-6,688

-3,611

14,526

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-10
193

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6,966

4,171
1,561
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- 9 9 -1,515

2,704
790
1,333
284
137
1,080 '

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-1,896
-2,674

14,774

14,169

13,387

15,549

14,457

14,861

15,678

15,798

16,991

178,826

+410 -6,166

-3,282

-1,008

-3,365

-2,363

-2,997

+3,371

-4,062

+3,576

-25,187

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21,546
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[In miUions of doUars. On basis of 1970 budget document, released Jan. 15,1969]
Receipts and outlays

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1968

1964

Total social insm-ance taxes and contributions-

..

Total budget receipts

40,715
21,494

41,338
20,954

45,571
20,523

-47,588
21,579

48,697
23,493

48,792
25,461

55,446
30,073

61,526
33,971

68, 726
28, 665

8,296
625
2,131

10,641
607
2,667

12,109
671
2,902

12,271
664
3,337

14,175
572
4,112

16,366
693
4,045

16,723
636
3,819

19,979
683
3,777

27,046
776
3,659

28, 409
814
3,346

769
10

766
10

843
12

861
12

931
13

991
16

1,063
16

1,109
18

1,200
19

1,332
20

11, 721

14,682

16, 437

17, 045

19,802

22, 010

22, 256

26, 565

33, 347

34, 620

2,074
2,938
1,078
4,487

2,539
3,127
1,927
4,084

2,798
3,146
1,986
3,931

2,949
3,268
2,022
4,295

3,279
3,366
2,075
4,474

3,519
3,499
2,048
4,664

3,659
3,689
2,142
6,081

3,917
3,720
2,066
3,358

4,441
3,980
2,077
3,221

11, 676

11, 860

12, 534

13,194

13, 731

14, 570

13, 062

13, 719

14, 079

1,333
925
594

Other retirement contributions

36,719
17,309

10, 578

Individual income taxes...
Corporation mcome taxes
Social insurance taxes and contributions (trust funds):
Employment taxes and contributions
RaUroad retirement
Unemployment insurance
Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Supplementary medical insurance
Employees' retirement, employee contributions.

Excise taxes:
Highway trust fmid
Alcohol..
Tobacco
Other
Total excise taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Customs duties
MisceUaneous receipts

1,606
1,106
1,193

1,896
982
910

2,016
1,142
826

2,167
1,205
1,036

2,394
1,252
1,093

2,716
1,442
1,576

3,066
1,767
1,885

2,978
1,901
2,120

3,061
2,038
2,498

79,179

92,470

94, 378

99, 657

106, 572

112, 669

116, 813

130,864

149, 562

153, 676

41,467
2,236
2,541
379
—5

41,479
1,631
2,623
244
-69

43,294
1,361
2,713
104
-80

46,916
1,337
2,806
92
-53

48,143
1,406
2,768
24
-74

49,677
1,209
2,764
172
—130

45,973
1,126
2,625
136
-281

54,179
1,003
2,403
-62
-738

67,467
858
2,264
-17
-481

77,373
664
2,466
139
-116

46,617

45,908

47,383

51,097

52,267

63,691

49,678

56,785

70,081

80, 516

647

4,379
4,189
2,121
3,390

OUTLAYS

National defense:
Department of Defense—military 1
MUitary assistance 1
Atomic energy 1
Defense-related activities
Deductions for offsetting receipts 2
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Conduct of foreign affairs
Economic and financial assistance
Foreign information and exchange activities.
Food for Freedom
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total international affairs and finance
Space research and technology:
Space research and technology
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total space research and technology
Agricultm-e and agricultural resom-ces:
Farm income stabilization
Financing farming and rural housing.
Financing rural electrification and rural telephones
Agricultural land and water resources
Research and other agricultural services
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total agriculture and agricultural resources
Natural resources:
Water resources and power
Land management
Mineral resources
Fish and wildlife resources
Recreational resources
General resource surveys and administration
Deductions for offsetting receipts...
Total natural resources
Commerce and transportation:
Air transportation
Water transportation...
Gromid transportation
Postal service
Advancement of business
Area and regional development
Regulation of business
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total coinmerce and transportation

236
1,942
139
1,299
—349
3,267

146

(**)

214

216

248

346

296

347

315

336

354

1,391

1,877

2,325

2,041

2,329

3,057

3,053

158

197

207

223

227

245

253

1,458
-146

1,823
-716

1,947
-226

1,968
. 201
2,040
-441

1,756

137

2,049
-191

1,852
-123

1,784
-165

1,452
-542

1,204
-245

3,054

3,357

4,492

4,115

4,117

4,340

4,490

4,547

4,619

2,652

4,171
-1

5,093
-2

6,934
-1

6,426
-2

4,724

2,552

4,170

5,091

5,933

5,423

4,721

401

(**)

744

(**)

1,257

(**)

(**)

-3

145

401

744

1, 267

,057
476
209
346
309
—32

2,222
271
222
324
312
-29

2,870
397
167
368
363
-34

,710

3,803

3,234

317
191
347
344
-30

646
180
324
415
-36

471
187
325
441
-41

573
215
342
485
-42

1,932
698
214
347
531
-43

2,536
717
244
353
570
-44

3,934
779
303
351
618
-42

6,365

3,322

3,340

4,131

5,139

6,186

4,807

3,679

4,376

5,944
= =

1,180
283
39
69
85
50
—497

1,241
305
30
69
75
47
-748

1,395
428
28
74
93
60
-501

1,209

1,019

1,668

494
436
774
108
111
58
-176

568
509
2,984
525
134
120
69
-126

716
569
2,656
914
127
188
67

4,451

4,774

5,048

;,646
2,

2,061
556
62
132
153
87
- 1 , 016

2,158
618
73
137
194
91
-1,412

2,251
639
85
156
229
100
- 1 , 758

2,063

2,035

1,860

835
668
3,686
578
218
638
91
-123

875
728
4,092
805
365
557
98
-156

879
708
4,043
888
310
315
99
-107

945
765
4,093
1,141
289
416
118
-115

7,364

7,135

7,652

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844
4,367
1,080
395
501
98
-169

6,482

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1,702

!,076

1,718
422
25
95
114
64
-934

1,798
459
46
107
132
68
-637

1,505

1,972

781
654
2,817
797
278
132
74
-123

672
3,067
770
212
242
84
-99

5,410

5,745

1,578
382
30
82
96
66
-539

Ul

1,867
509
69
122
135
77
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[ I n millions of dollars]
Outlays

1959

1964

1966

1966

1968
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C o m m u n i t y development and housing:
Concentrated community development
Community environment.
C o m m u n i t y facUities
C o m m u n i t y planning and adininistration
L o w a n d m o d e r a t e i n c o m e housing aids
. M a m t e n a n c e of t h e housing m o r t g a g e m a r k e t
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts
Total c o m m u n i t y development and housing..
Education and manpower:
Elementary and secondary education
Higher education.
Vocational e d u c a t i o n
Manpower training
Science e d u c a t i o n a n d basic research
O t h e r e d u c a t i o n a n d m a n p o w e r aids
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts
Total education and manpower

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51
29
37
—511

61
331
46
32
81
—237

-22

-31

-16

-13

-19

-12

-880

-185

288

2,644

2,616

4,076

392
428
42
57
206
585
—5

404
383
41
116
310
750
—5

478
413
132
336
309
850
—9

1,646
701
136
731
368
925
-11

2,286
1,159
250
940
415
1,097
-11

2,430
1,392
265
1,263

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449
1,227
-16

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1,703

1,706

1,998

2,609

4,496

6,135

7,012

904
20,607
341
—4

1,159
21,824
401
—9

1,411
23,895
449
—482

1,765
24,757
496
—410

1,747
25,111
547
—197

2,549
28,107
776
-111

7,070
29,647
949
-61

9,743
32, 827
955
-18

18,734

21,847

23,374

25,274

26,598

27,209

31, 320

37, 605

43, 608

2,071
1,152
864
921
931
—512

2,049
1,265
725
961
940
—514

2,034
1,532
559
1,030
1,070
—637

2,017
1,635
388
1,084
1,012
—511

2,116
1,698
—13
1,145
1,075
—501

2,158
1,743
113
1,229
940
—502

2,176
1,864
60
1,270
859
—497

2,221
1,910
211
1,318
778
-518

2,310
1,893
596
1,391
1,217
-509

2,466
2,048
673
1,469
718
-492

6,428

5,426

5,688

5,625

6,620

5,681

5,722

5,920

6,897

6,882

75
25
—35
122
674

105
18
—72
145
787

145
15
—79
155
—36

227
27
11
170
169

-10
851

-11

-9

-16

971

191

589

259
225.
38
4
106
461
—3

327
261
39
4
120
535
—3

332
286
40
4
143
679
—4

337
360
40
6
183
792
—4

1,081

1,282

1,480

653
16,745
296
—2

761
17,669
317
—3

17,690

173
36
24
198
—1,289

302
365
38
16
391
1,546

452
465
74
33
478
1,133

106
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Healths..
Income secm-ity payments
Social and individual services
Deductions for offsetthig receipts
Total health and weUare
Veterans benefits and services:
Veterans service-connected compensation
Veterans nonservice-connected pensions
Veterans readjustment benefits
Veterans hospital and medical care
Other veterans benefits and services
Deductions for offsetting receipts
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Interest on the public debt
Interest on refunds of receipts
Interest on uninvested funds
Deductions for offsetting receipts

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Total interest
General government:
Legislative functions
Judicial functions
Executive direction and management
Central fiscal operations _
G eneral property and records management
Central personnel management
Law enforcement and justice
National Capital region
Other general government. _
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total general government
Undistributed intragovernmental transactions:
Government contributions for employee retirement.
Interest received by trust funds
Total outlays...

7,593
69
9
-601

9,180
76
10
-967

8,957
83
10
-942

9,120
68
10
-877

7,070

8, 299

8,108

8,321

102
47
21
576
274
93
255
32
86

109
49
20
573
361
82
263
30
88

118
52
22
622
356
138
289
50
109

135
57
22
668
355
151
300
73
136

9,895
74
11
-766

10,666
88
11
-955

11,346
77
12
-1,078

12,014
104
14
-846

13,391
120
13
-936

14,573
120
10
-959

9,215

9,810

10,357

11, 286

12, 688

13,744

131
63
21
733
416
140
323
70
139

126
66
22
808
553
172
335
58
189

142
76
23
844
666
172
366
61
190

159
79

167
87
26
968
617
189
426
84
218

180
94
27

. 24

886
650
174
386
73
192

1,024

569
211
452
104

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-313

-231

-214

-196

-195

-225

-164

-161

-199

243'
-272

1,173

1,334

1,543

1,703

1,841

2,103

2,276

2,360

2,584

2,632

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-915
-1,323

-933
-1,363

-1,082
-1,413

-1,114
-1,444

-1,189
-l;485

-1,318
-1,621

-1,394
-1,780

-1,514
-1,917

-1,734
-2,276

-1,896
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92,111

92,230

97,802

106,830

111,314

118,585

118,431

134,654

168,352

178,862

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[In thousands of doUars. As reported by Intemal Revenue Service, see "Bases of Tables" and Note]
I n c o m e a n d profits taxes

E m p l o y m e n t taxes

I n d i v i d u a l i n c o m e taxes 2
Fiscal y e a r
Withheld
by
employers

Other

T o t a l indiv i d u a l income taxes

Corporation income
a n d profits
taxes a

Total
income
a n d profits
taxes 2

Old-age a n d
disabUity
insurance
taxes 3

Unemployment
insurance
taxes

RaUroad
retirement
tax

Total
employment
taxes 2

Capital
stock
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Estate
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1937
1938 . .
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943 1944
1945. .
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950 1961
1962
1953
1964 . .
1965
1956
1957 1968
„
1959_...
1960
_
1961
1962
1963. .
1964.
1965
1966
1967..-. .
1968.

- -

686,015
7, 823,436
10, 264, 219
9, 857, 689
9, 842, 282
11, 533, 677
10, 056, 502
9,888,976
13, 089, 770
17,929, 047
21,132, 276
22,077,113
21, 263,625
24,015, 676
26, 727, 543
27,040,911
29,001,375
31, 674, 588
32, 977,654
36,246,109
38, 718, 702
39.268,881
36,840,394
42,811,381
50,620,874
67,214,373




674,416
1,091,741
1,286,312
1,028,834
982,017
1,417, 655
3, 262,800
5,943,917
10,437, 570
8, 770,094
8, 846, 947
9, 501,015
9,464,204
7, 996,320
7, 264,332
9, 907, 539
11,345,060
11,403,942
10, 736, 578
10,396,480
11,321,966
12,302,229
11, 527, 648
11,733,369
13, 271,124
13,175, 346
14,403,485
14, 268, 878
15,331,473
16,820,288
18, 486,170
18,849,721
20,910,462

674,416
1,091,741
1,286,312
1,028,834
982,017
1,417, 655
3, 262,800
6,629,932
18,261,005
19,034,313
18,704, 536
19,343, 297
20,997, 781
18,051, 822
17,163,308
22,997, 308
29,274,107
32, 536, 217
32,813, 691
31,660,106
35,337, 642
39,029, 772
38, 568, 559
40,734, 744
44,945, 711
46,163, 001
60,649, 594
52, 987, 681
54, 590,364
53,660,683
61,297, 552
69,370,595
78,124,825

753,032
1,088,101
1,342, 718
1,156, 281
1,147, 692
2,053, 469
4,744,083
9,668,956
14,766, 796
16,027, 213
12, 563, 602
9, 676, 459
10,174, 410
11, 563, 669
10,854,351
14,387,569
21, 466, 910
21, 594, 516
21, 546,322
18,264, 720
21, 298, 522
21, 530, 653
20,633,316
18,091, 609
22,179, 414
21, 764,940
21,295,711
22.336,134
24,300,863
26,131,334
30.834.243
34,917,825
29,896,520

1,427,448
2,179,842
2,629,030
2,186,114
2,129, 609
3,471,124
8,006,884
16, 298,888
33,027,802
35,061, 626
31, 268,138
29,019, 766
31,172,191
29, 605, 491
28,007,659
37,384, 878
50, 741, 017
54.130, 732
64,360, 014
49,914, 826
56,636,164
60, 660, 425
59,101, 874
68,826, 264
67,125,126
67,917, 941
71,945.305
75,323, 714
78,891, 218
79,792,016
92.131, 795
104,288,420
108,021, 346

207,339
502,918
629,836
605, 360
687,328
895, 336
1,131,646
1,290,025
1,307,931
1, 237,825
1,468, 934
1, 612, 721
1,687,151
1,873, 401
2,810, 749
3,684,025
3,816, 252
4, 218, 520
6,339, 673
6,336,805
6,634, 467
7, 733, 223
8,004, 355
10,210, 550
11, 586. 283
11,686, 23J
13,484, 379
16,667, 783
15,846, 073
19,005,488
25, 562,638
26,747,868

58,119
90,267
101,167
106,123
100, 658
119, 617
166,008
183, 337
186, 489
178, 745
185, 876
208, 608
226, 228
223,135
236, 952
259, 616
273,182
283,882
279, 986
324, 656
330,034
335,880
324,020
341,108
345, 356
457, 629
948, 464
850,858
622,499
567,014
602,745
606,802

48
287
149,476
109, 427
122,048
137, 871
170,409
211,161
265, Oil
284, 758
284, 258
379, 555
560,113
562, 734
548, 038
679, 778
620, 622
628,969
605, 221
600,106
634,323
616,020
575, 282
625,369
606, 931
570,812
664,311
571, 644
593,864
635,734
683,631
792,858
858,448

48
265, 746
742,660
740, 429
833,621
925, 856
1,185,362
1,498, 705
1, 738,372
1, 779,177
1, 700,828
2,024,365
2,381, 342
2,476,113
2,644, 575
3, 627,480
4,464, 264
4,718,403
5,107, 623
6, 219, 665
7, 295, 784
7,680, 522
8,644,386
8,853, 744
11,158, 589
12, 502,451
12, 708,171
15, 004, 486
17,002, 604
17,104,306
20.256.133
26,958,241
28,213,118

94,943
137, 499
139, 349
127, 203
132,739
166,653
281,900
328, 795
380, 702
371,999
362,121
1,697
1,723
6,138
266

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(*)
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218, 781
281,636
382,176
332, 280
330, 886
366,194
340,323
414,531
473, 466
696,137
629, 601
708, 794
822, 380
735, 781
667, 441
638, 523
750, 591
784,590
863,344
848,492
1,053,867
1, 253,071
1, 277, 052
1, 235, 823
1,439, 259
1, 745,480
1,796,227
1, 971, 614
2,110,992
2,464,332
2, 646,968
2.728.580
2,710,254

160,059
23,912
34,699
28,436
29,185
51,864
92, 217
32.966
37, 745
46, 918
47,232
70, 497
76, 965
60, 757
48, 785
91,207
82, 566
106,694
71, 778
87, 775
117, 370
124,928
133,873
117,160
187,089
170,912
238,960
215,843
305,312
291,201
446,964
285.826
371,725

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Alcohol taxes 8

T o b a c c o taxes s

Fiscal y e a r
DistiUed
spirits 6

1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1964-.
1955
1966
1957
1958
1959
I960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968

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222,431
274,049
260,066
283, 675
317, 732
428, 642
574, 698
781,873
899, 437
1,484,306
1, 746, 680
1, 685,369
1, 436,233
1,397,954
1,421, 900
1, 746,834
1, 589, 730
1,846,727
1,873, 630
1,870, 599
2,023,334
2,080,104
2,054,184
2,098,496
2, 255,761
2, 276, 543
2,386,487
2, 467, 521
2.635,596
2,710,603
2, 767,400
2,966,967
3,085,313

Beer 8

244, 681
277,455
269, 348
259, 704
264, 679
316, 741
366,161
465, 634
559,152
638,682
650,824
661,418
697,097
686, 368
667, 411
665,009
727, 604
762,983
769, 774
737, 233
765, 441
760, 620
757, 597
767. 206
796, 233
795, 427
813, 482
826, 412
887,560
906,730
887,319
940, 622
969,670

Wines

8,968
6,991
5,892
6,396
8,060
11, 423
23,986
33, 663
34,095
47, 391
60,844
57,196
60, 962
65,782
72, 601
67, 254
72,374
80, 535
78, 678
81,824
86,580
87,428
90, 303
90, 918
98,850
96,073
98,033
101,871
107,779
110,153
110,284
121,489
125,340

O t h e r , hicluding occup a t i o n a l taxes
29,484
36, 750
32, 673
38,126
33, 882
63,250
83, 772
152,476
126, 091
139,487
67, 917
70, 779
61,035
60, 504
57, 291
67, 711
169, 412
90,681
60, 928
53,183
45, 219
46,143
44,377
45, 477
42, 870
44,767
43,281
46,853
46, 664
46,147
49,376
46, 645
117,014

Total
alcohol
taxes
505,464
694, 245
567,979
687,800
624, 263
820,066
1,048, 617
1, 423,646
1, 618, 775
2,309, 866
2, 626,165
2, 474, 762
2, 255,327
2,210,607
2, 219, 202
2, 546, 808
2, 549,120
2, 780,925
2.783,012
2, 742, 840
2, 920, 574
2,973.196
2,946, 461
3,002,096
3,193, 714
3, 212,801
3,341,282
3.441,656
3,577,499
3,772,634
3,814,378
4,075, 723
4,287,237

Cigarettes

425, 605
476,046
493,454
604,056
533,059
616, 757
704,949
835, 260
904,046
836, 753
1,072,971
1,145, 268
1, 208,204
1,232,735
1, 242,851
1, 293,973
1,474,072
1, 686, 782
1, 513, 740
1,504,197
1, 549,045
1,610,908
1, 668,208
1,738,050
1,863, 562
1,923,540
1,956.627
2,010,624
1,976.675
2,069,696
2,006,499
2,023,090
2,066,159

Cigars

12,361
13,392
12,882
12,913
12,995
13, 514
14,482
23,172
30, 259
36, 678
41, 454
48,354
46, 752
45, 590
42,170
44,275
44,810
46,326
45, 618
46,246
45,040
44,858
47,247
51,101
50,117
49,604
49,726
60,232
56,309
60,923
57,662
65, 736
64,937

Other

63, 299
62,816
61, 846
63,190
62,464
67,805
61, 551
65,425
54,178
58, 714
51,094
44,146
46,326
43, 650
43, 443
42,148
46,281
21,803
20, 871
20, 770
19, 412
18,283
18, 566
17, 666
17, 826
17,974
19,483
18. 481
19,661
17,976
9,796
1,043
1,181

Total
tobacco
taxes, etc.
601,166
552, 254
668,182
580; 159
608, 518
698,077
780, 982
923,867
988,483
932,145
1,165, 619
1, 237, 768
1,300, 280
1,321,875
1,328, 464
1,380,396
1, 565,162
1, 654,911
1. 680, 229
1, 571, 213
1, 613,497
1, 674,050
1, 734,021
1,806, 816
1, 931, 604
1, 991,117
2,025, 736
2, 079, 237
2,052,645
2,148,594
2, 073,956
2,079,869
2,122,277

Documents,
other i n s t r u ments, and
playing c a r d s '

68,990
69,919
46,233
41,083
38,681
39,057
41, 702
45,155
50 800
65,528
87, 676
79,978
79,466
72 828
84, 648
93,107
84, 995
90,319
90, 000
112,049
114 927
107, 646
109 462
133,817
139, 231
149 350
169,319
149, 069
171,614
186,289
146,467
68,260
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[In thousands of dollars]
Excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
M a n u f a c t u r e r s excise taxes
Fiscal year
Gasoline

1936
1937
1938
1939--1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946...
1947...
1948
1949
1950
1951 - .
1952
1953.
1954...
1955.-1966
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1957
1958
1959
I960-..
1961
1962
1963-.
1964
1965
1966
1967.
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1968
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177,340
196,533
203,648
207,019
226,187
343,021
369, 587
288,786
271,217
406. 663
405,695
433,676
478.638
503, 647
534,270
588,647
734, 715
890,679
836,893
954,678
1,030,397
1,468, 217
1,636,629
1,700,253
2,015,863
2,370, 303
2,412, 714
2,497,316
2,618,370
2,687,135
2,824,189
2,932,894
3, 030,792

Lubricating oUs

27.103
31,463
31, 665
30,497
31, 233
38, 221
46,432
43,318
52,473
92,865
74, 602
82,015
80,887
81,760
70,072
77,639
73,746
73,321
68,029
69,818
74,584
73,601
69, 996
73,685
81, 679
74. 296
73, 012
74,410
76,316
76,095
90,776
92, 673
92, 311

Passenger
automobiles a n d
motorcycles s

48,201
65, 265
43, 366
42,723
59, 351
81,403
77,172
1,424
1,222
2,558
25,893
204,680
270,958
3.32,812
462,066
653,363
578,149
785,716
867, 482
1,047,813
1,376,372
1,144, 233
1,170,003
1,039, 272
1, 331, 292
1, 228,629
1, 300, 440
1, 559, 510
1,745,969
1,887,691
1, 492,225
1,413.833
1, 530,777

Radio
Refriger- a n d teleAutomo- Parts and
vision re- Electric,
ators,
Business
Thes,
bile
accesceiving
gas, a n d E l e c t r i c a l
a n d store freezers,
tubes,
trucks
sories for
oU a p air-con- sets a n d
energy
and tread
and
maautop h o n o - pliances 10
rubber
chhies»" ditioners
busses mobiles 8
graphs,
etc. 11
p a r t s 1"
7,000
9,031
6,697
6,008
7,866
10, 747
18,361
4,230
3,247
20,847
37,144
62,099
91, 963
136, 797
123, 630
121, 285
147, 446
210.032
149, 914
134, 806
189, 434
199,298
206,104
215, 279
271, 9,38
236. 6.59
257, 200
303,144
360,945
425,361
460, 069
468.910
447, 743

7,110
10,086
7,989
7,936
10,630
13,084
28,088
20,478
31,651
49, 440
68,871
99,932
1-22,961
120,138
88, 733
119,475
164,136
177,924
134,759
136, 709
145, 797
157,291
166, 720
166, 234
189,476
188.819
198. 077
224, 507
228,762
252,874
196, 546
34, 640
76,226

32,208
40,819
31, 567
34,819
41, 655
61,054
64,811
18,345
40,334
75, 257
118,092
174,927
159, 284
150,899
151,795
198,383
161, 328
180.047
162, 567
164,316
177,872
251, 454
259.820
278,911
304,466
279,572
361, 562
398, 860
411,483
440,467
481,803
603,753
489,139

6,972
6,461
3.760
10.120
15, 792
25,183
32, 707
33, 344
30. 012
44,491
48, 516
50, 259
48, 992
57, 281
70,146
83.175
90,658
93,894
99, 370
98.305
81, 719
74, 845
71,867
74,426
6,745
-461
10

7,939
5,076
9,913
6,764
8,829
6,849
6,958
4,834
9, 954
6,080
13,279
6,936
16, -246
19,144
5,966
6,561
2.406
3,402
1,637
4,753
9,229
13, 385
37, 352
63,856
68,473
67, 267
77,833
49,160
64,316
42,085
96,319
128,187
57.970
118. 244
87, 424
159, 383
75. 069
136, 635
38,004
136,849
49,078
161,098
46,894
149,192
39,379
146, 422
40, 593
152, 666
50,034
169, 451
56.920
148.989
54,638
173, 024
61, 498
184, 220
62,799
197, 595
75,987
221,769
137 " - 3 , 761
- 2 , 650 1* - 1 , 3 2 9
436
597

17,702
6,913
5,027
12,060
25, 492
65,608
87,858
80,935
80, 406
121,996
89,644
113, 390
97, 415
50,859
71,064
75,196
61.400
62. 373
69, 276
64. 483
66, 435
68,171
77,676
80,983
5,367
-758
236

33,575
36,975
38,455
39,859
42,339
i7,021
49, 978
48, 705
51,239
57,004
59,112
63,014
69,701
79, 347
85,704
93,184
63.094
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37,165
44,744
39,188
16. 323
11,957
12,609
57.406
54,559
37,584
60,406
69, 366
113,052
128,648
124,860
112, 966
140,706
122.069
134,613
122,488
93,883
110,171
123,374
127,004
135,728
-,152, 285
150, 826
164,129
163,827
178,861
195,366
59,773
36.941
46,706

Total manufactmers
excise
taxes

382,716
450,681
417,152
396,975
447,152
617, 373
771,898
504,746
503,462
782,511
922,671
1, 426,395
1,649, 234
1. 771, 533
1.836,053
2.383,677
2.348,943
2.862, 788
2.689,133
2.885.016
3. 456,013
3. 761.925
3.974, ] 35
3.968, 789
4, 735,129
4.896,802
6,132,949
5, 610,309
6,020,543
6,418,145
6,613,869
5.478,347
5, 713,973

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Miscellaneous excise taxes

RetaUers excise taxes i"
Fiscal year
Jewehy

1936
1937...
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943 .
1944
1945 - .
1946
1947
1948 .
1949
1950
1951
1962
1953 .
1964
1965
1956
1957
1958
1969
1960
1961
1962..
1963 .
1964 .
1965
1966
1967
1968

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. . .

41,501
88,366
113,373
184,220
223,342
236,615
217,899
210,688
190,820
210, 239
220.339
234, 659
209, 266
142, 366
162.340
156,604
156,134
156,382
165, 699
168,498
176, 023
181. 902
189,437
204,672
43,264
1,643
442

Furs

19,744
44, 223
68, 726
79, 418
91,706
97,481
79, 539
61,946
45,781
57,604
51, 436
49,923
39,036
27,053
28,261
29,494
28,644
29,909
30, 207
29,226
31,163
29,287
30,016
31,390
3,179
204
287

Toilet
preparations

18,922
32, 677
44,790
86,615
96, 574
96,642
91,852
93,969
94,995
106, 339
112,892
115,676
110,149
71,829
83, 776
92,868
98,158
107, 968
120, 211
131,743
144. 694
158i 351
176,857
195,833
40,898
1.218
131

Luggage,
handbags,
waUets

8,343
73,851
81,423
84, 588
80,632
82,607
77, 532
82,831
90, 799
95, 750
79, 891
60,896
57, 519
67,116
58, 785
61. 468
62, 573
68,182
69,384
74, 019
78,704
81,386
20,814
555
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T o t a l retailers excise taxes

80,167
165,266
226, 232
424,105
492,046
514,227
469,923
449, 211
409.128
467,013
476,466
496,009
438,332
292,145
321,896
336,081
341, 621
355, 728
378, 690
397,649
421,163
443, 558
475,013
613,181
108,165
3,619
866

Toll
telephone,
telegraph,
radio, and
cable
services is
21,098
24,570
23,977
24,094
26, 368
27,331
48, 231
91,174
141,275
208,018
234,393
252,746
275, 256
311,380
312,339
354, 660
396,434
417,940
412, 608
230, 251
241, 543
266,186
279,375
292,412
312,065
343.894
350, 666
364, 618
379,608
468.067
907,917
1,101.853
1,106,478

General
telephone
service

26.791
66,987
90,199
133, 569
145.689
164, 944
193, 521
224, 531
247, 281
290,320
310,337
357,933
369,473
290,198
315.690
347,024
370,810
398,023
426, 242
483, 408
492,912
515, 987
530,588
620,880
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Transport a t i o n of
persons "

21,379
87,132
153, 683
234,182
226, 750
244,003
246,323
251, 389
228, 738
237, 617
275,174
287,408
247, 416
200,465
214, 903
222,158
225,809
227,044
255, 459
264, 262
262, 760
233. 928
106,062
125,890
139,624
170.323
199,274

TransporA d m i s s i o n s i^
t a t i o n of
property
( i n c l u d m g General adcoal)
Cabarets
missions

82,566
215, 488
221,088
220,121
276, 701
317,203
337,030
321,193
381,342
388,589
419, 604
395, 564
398.039
450, 679
467, 978
462, 989
18143, 250
18 3,140
1,306
668
451
277
215
115
51
30

15,773
18,185
19, 284
18,029
20, 266
68,620
107,633
138,054
178, 563
300, 589
343,191
392,873
385,101
385,844
371, 244
346.492
330,816
312,831
271,952
106,086
104,018
75,847
54,683
49,977
34,494
36,679
39,169
42. 789
47,053
51,968
45,668
358
76

1,339
1,555
1, .517
1,442
1,623
2,343
7,400
16,397
26,726
56,877
72,077
63,350
53,527
48,857
41,453
42,646
45,489
46,691
38, 312
39.271
42, 265
43,241
42, 919
45,117
49,605
33.603
36,606
39,794
41,026
43,623
35,736
3.041
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Excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
CO

MisceUaneous excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
Fiscal year
C l u b dues
a n d initiation fees

1936
1937
1938
1939. . . .
1940
1941... .
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948.
1949
1950...
1951
1952
1963
1954
1955.
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962...
1963...
1964
1965
1966..
1967
1968




6,091
6,288
6,561
6,217
6,335
6,583
6,792
6,520
9,182
14,160
18,899
23,299
25,499
27,790
28,740
30,120
33,592
36,829
31,978
41,963
47,171
54,236
60,338
64,813
67,187
64,357
69, 452
71, 097
76,120
79,671
52, 571
1,826
1,536

Sugar

30,569
66,414
68,145
74,835
68,230
53, 552
68,789
73, 294
56,732
59,152
71, 247
76,174
71,188
80,192
78,473
78,130
74,477
78,512
82,894
86,091
85,911
86,378
89,856
91,818
96,636
99,903
95,411
97,109
102,932
104,203
102,270

Diesel a n d
special „
motor
fuels 20

7,138
16,091
17,969
22,692
24,464
39,464
46,061
62,628
71,869
88,856
105,178
113,012
128,079
162,188
169,326
182,147
201,918

Use tax on
highway
m o t o r vehides
weighing
over
26,000 l b s . 20

27,163
33,117
32,532
38,333
45,675
79, 761
99, 481
100,199
102,038
104,240
108,178
108,918

AU other 21

T o t a l misceUaneous
excise taxes

Unclassifled T o t a l excise
excise taxes 22
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46,964
49,410
46,900
43,171
46,143
131,461
192,460
193,017
188,700
172,249
75,176
88,035
89,799
98,732
79,210
82,430
88,708
86.889
85.156
84,981
89,132
79,316
43,879
38,688
43,767
37,661
38, 596
43.206
64,447
55,236
60,083
138,269

88,957
97,561
131,307
162,096
165,907
224,855
417,916
734,831
1,076,921
1,430,476
1,490,101
1,551,245
1,655,711
1,762,792
1.720.908
1,842,698
1,947,472
2,061,164
1,936,627
1,492,633
1,608,497
1,718,509
1,741,327
1,435,953
1,386,829
1,497,526
1, 570,258
1, 619, 656
1,546,631
1,786,066
1,603,364
1, 732,062
1,868,843

iii,687
-31,209
66,237
-32,749
66,351
99,644
-80,943
101,468
66, 251
106,387
-32,119
37,933
675,867
288,480

1,547,293
1,764,561
1,730,863
1,768,113
1,884,512
2,399,417
3,141,183
3,797,503
4,463,674
5,944,630
6,684,178
7,283,376
7,409,941
7,578,846
7,698,405
8,703,599
8,971,158
9,946,116
9, 617, 233
9,210,582
10,004,195
10,637,644
10,814,268
10,769,549
11,864,741
12,064,302
12,752,176
13, 409, 737
13,960,232
14,792,779
13,398,112
14,113,748
14,320,396

23 71,637

24 7.362
2* 5,269
24 15,482
2*7,024
24 6,444

3,620,208
4,653,195
5,658,765
5,181,674
5,340,462
7,370,108
13,047,869
22,371,386
40,121,760
43,800,388
40,672,097
39,108,386
41,864,542
40,463,125
38,957,132
60,446,686
66,009,586
69,686,636
69,919,991
66,288,692
75,112,649
80,171,971
79,978,476
79,797,973
91,774,803
94,401,086
99, 440, 839
105, 925,395
112. 260,257
114,434,634
128, 879,961
148,374,815
163,636,838

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report, p. 310; and for 1929-35, see 1963 report, p. 486.
2 Witliheld income taxes and old-age insurance taxes on employees and employers
have been deposited in Treasury without separation as to type of tax since December
1950; since December 1956, disabiUty insurance taxes, and since June 1965, hospital
insurance taxes have been deposited in the same way. For the same periods, the old-age
insurance and disability insurance taxes on the self-employed have been combined
with "Income taxes other." The distribution of amounts of these taxes by type is based
on esthnates made by the Secretary of the Treasury in accordance with provisions of
sec. 201(a) of the Social Security Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 401(a)). "Individual
income taxes withheld" by employers, 1961-66, include amounts subsequently transferred to the Government of Guam, under the provisions of the act approved Aug. 1,
1950 (48 U.S.C. 1421h); shice 1956 these amounts are excluded.
3 Beginning with 1952, includes the tax on business income of exempt organizations.
Income tax on the Alaska Railroad was included untU repealed, eflective with taxable
years ending after June 30, 1952.
4 Repealed for years endhig after June 30, 1945.
8 Beghining with 1964, includes taxes coUected in Puerto Rico upon products of
Puerto Rican manufacture coming into the United States. Tobacco taxes "other"
repealed effective Jan. 1,1966 (Public Law 89-44).
6 Through 1956, "DistiUed spirits" included amounts collected by Customs on
uiiports of both distUled spirits and beer. Beginning with 1957, imported beer is included
with "Beer."
7 Includes stamp taxes on issues, transfers, and sales of bonds, capital stock, and
simUar interest sales untU repealed eflective June 22. 1965 (Public Law 89-44) and
taxes on sUver buUion sales or transfers until repealed effective June 5, 1963 (Public
Law 88-36). Tax on foreign insurance policies (1 cent or 4 cents per $1 of premium)
payable by return on and after Jan. 1, 1966 (Public Law 89-44 and Treasury Decision
6868). Deeds of conveyance; $100 to $500, 55 cents; each additional $500 or fraction
thereof, 65 cents, repealed effective Jan. 1, 1968 (Public Law 89-44).
8 Passenger automobUes, rate 10 percent through May 14, 1965; 7 percent for May 15,
1965-Dec. 31, 1965; 6 percent Jan. 1, 1966-Mar. 15, 1966 (PubUc Law 89-44). Under
the Tax Adjustment Act of 1966, rate restored to 7 percent effective Mar. 16,1966 (Public
Law 89-368). The rate was scheduled to drop to 2 percent on Apr. 1, 1968, but was
continued at 7 percent to Apr. 30, 1968, by Joint Resolution (Public Law 90-285).
Under the Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of June 28, 1968 (Public Law 90364) the rate was restored, retroactively, to 7 percent. Motorcycles, repealed effective
Sept. 1, 1955 (Public Law 379).
6 Parts and accessories for automobUes (except truck parts), repealed effective Jan. 1,
1966 (Public Law 89-44).
1 Repealed, effective June 22,1965 (Public Law 89^4).
0
1 Air conditioners, repealed, effective May 15,1965; refrigerators and freezers, repealed
1
effective June 22,1965 (Public Law 89-44),
1 Includes manufacturers excise taxes on jewelry (1932, repealed by the Revenue Act
2
of 1936), fms (1932, repealed effective June 30, 1938), and toUet preparations (1939, repealed eflective Oct. 1, 1941); beginning 1942 includes manufacturers excise taxes on
phonograph records, musical instruments, and luggage, repealed effective June 22, 1966
(Public Law 89-44). The tax on phonograph records through 1941 was included in
"Radio and television receiving sets and phonograph parts." See also footnote 21.
13 Repealed by Revenue Act of 1951. Collections for the years subsequent to 1952 are
included under "MisceUaneous excise taxes, AU other."
1 Negative figure stems primarUy from floor stock credits taken on certain taxes re*
pealed by the Excise Tax Reduction Act of 1965.




1 General and toU telephone and teletypewriter service reduced to 3 percent, effective
5
Jan. 1, 1966. Private communications service, telegraph service, and wire equipment
service, repealed, eflective Jan. 1,1966 (Public Law 89-44^. For general and toU telephone
service and for teletypewriter exchange service, the rate of tax on amounts paid on bills
first rendered on or after Apr. 1,1966, for services rendered after Jan. 31,1966, is increased
from 3 percent to 10 percent of the amount pa'd (Public Law 89-368). For general and toll
telephone service and for teletypewriter exchange service, the rate of tax was scheduled
to be reduced from 10 percent to 1 percent on amounts paid on bills fixst rendered on or
after Apr. 1,1968. Public Law 90-285 continued the 10-percent rate to Apr. 30,1968; the
Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of June 28, 1968 (PubUc Law 90-364) retroactively restored the 10-percent rate.
1 Rate of 10 percent repealed eflective Nov. 16, 1962, except on air transportation
0
which was reduced to 5 percent.
" Repealed effective noon Dec. 31,1965.
13 Repealed effective Aug. 1, 1958 (26 U.S.C. 4292 note).
1 After fiscal 1965, included in "ToU telephone, telegraph, radio, and cable services."
0
20 Beginning m t h fiscal 1957, collections are applied in accordance with provisions
of the Highway Revenue Act of 1956, as amended (23 U.S.C. 120 note).
21 Includes certain delinquent taxes coUected under repealed laws and various other
taxes not shown separately.
22 Includes undistributed depositary receipts and unapplied coUections of excise
taxes.
23 Consists of agricultural adjustment taxes.
24 Beginning with 1965, includes unidentified and excess collections, and profits from
sale of acquired property. Until 1955, such amounts were included in "Miscellaneous
excise taxes, AU other." For 1955-57, includes depositary receipts outstandhlg 6 months
or more for which no tax accounts were identified.
NOTE.—These figures are from Internal Revenue Service reports of coUections. For
years prior to 1955, they are not directly comparable to gross budget receipts from internal revenue; the differences in amounts occur because of differences in the time
when payments are included in the respective reports. Through 1954, the payments
were included in Internal.Revenue Service coUection reports after the returns to which
they appUed had been received in internal revenue offices. Beginning with 1955, tax
payments are included in budget receipts when reported in the Account of the Treasurer
of the United States.
Under arrangements begun in 1950, for withheld income tax and old-age insurance
taxes and later extended to raUroad retirement taxes and many excises, these taxes
are paid currently into Treasury depositaries and the depositary receipts, as evidence
of such payments, are attached to quarterly returns to the Internal Revenue Service.
Under this procedure, the payments are included in budget receipts in the month in
which the depositary receipts are issued to taxpayers.
Revised accounting procedures, effective July 1, 1954, extended this practice to
Internal Revenue Service collection reports, so that these reports include depositary
receipts in the month in which they are issued instead of the month in which tax returns supported by the receipts are received in the directors' offices. It is not possible
to make a complete classification of excise taxes paid hito depositaries until the returns
are received. Accordingly, the item "Unclassifled excise taxes" includes the amount
of "undistributed depositary receipts," i.e., the amount of depositary receipts issued,
less the amount of depositary receipts received with returns and distributed by classes
of tax, and beginning Jan. 1, 1968, amounts of Federal tax deposit forms purchased
and not yet applied to taxpayers' liabilities.

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TABLE 11.—Internal revenue collections and refunds hy States, fiscal year 1968
[In thousands of doUars]
States, etc.

Individual
incorae and
employment
taxes

Alabama...
913,481
108,267
Alaska
540,387
Arizona
441,066
Arkans as
12,280,947
California
i...
Colorado
1, 618,635
Connecticut
2, 247, 754
612,019
Delaware
2, 381, 394
Florida...
1,822, 265
Georgia
367,835
HawaU
290,695
Idaho—
9,483,792
Illinois
2, 895,094
Indiana...
1,033,716
Iowa
....
861, 583
Kansas
932,749
Kentucky
1, 213,182
Louisiana
340,373
Maine...
3,286,170
Maryland i
3, 571,463
Massachusetts
7,330,204
Michigan.
2,162,366
Minnesota
447,481
Mississippi
3,176,201
Missouri
....
208,180
Montana
739,135
Nebraska
248, 268
Nevada
327,778
New Hampshire
....
4,164, 795
New Jersey
298, 503
New Mexico
New York
.'^-.. 20, 062,472
1, 743, 260
North Carolina
165,820
North Dakota
7, 098,000
Ohio
965, 684
Oklahoma
964,868
Oregon
^..7, 789,845
Pennsylvania
606, 913
Rhode Island
676, 298
South Carolina
167, 808
South Dakota
1, 312, 231
Tennessee
4, 721, 316
Texas
329, 877
Utah
155,076
Vermont
1, 669,401
Virginia
1, 901, 705
Washington
463, 275
West Virginia
2, 206,474
Wisconsin
....
102,206
Wyoming
517, 676
International 2
Undistributed:
Federal tax deposits and
depositary receipts 3 . . . . . -14,109,939
Gasoline, lubricating oil,
and excess FICA
374, 886
credits 4
Transferred to Govern-7,114 .
ment of Guam
Withheld taxes of Federal
127,157 .
employees s
Unclassified
i...
Total

6106,337,943

Corporation
income
taxes

Excise
taxes

161,200
7,954
46,921
61,226
1,768,630
133,359
532,216
460,483
376,001
419,888
53,611
36, 610
2, 640,127
624,985
207,315
145,769
242,654
212,626
51,390
403,988
854,309
2,620,433
572, 377
63,763
684,089
25,201
106,778
40,658
45,099
1,119, 592
23, 798
8, 050, 621
571,188
12, 738
1,969,109
213, 771
138,446
1, 618,447
136,731
115, 641
19, 814
269, 940
935,302
52, 653
21,224
286, 062
238,003
66,839
614, 264
7,144
45, 973

28,968
2,307
6,547
28,898
1, 034,901
157,042
175,387
2,394
107,113
203,317
11, 958
4,297
1, 021,155
359, 989
30,054
27,261
1,291,097
69,780
7,024
336, 263
216,603
2, 014, 047
131,901
11,079
391,763
4,218
72,214
12,355
2,256
446,168
8,948
1, 575,484
1,217, 376
5,451
928, 964
354, 703
33, 087
914,362
16,818
20, 994
7,136
41,504
888, 354
17, 675
6,155
509, 609
125,139
16,176
214, 676
8,706
72, 796

Estate
and gift
taxes

18, 789
298
19, 324
10,933
371,331
27,166
101, 500
40, 091
121,839
42, 581
6,833
6,637
208,666
80,836
33,825
32, 385
24,915
28,799
12, 269
67,090
112,824
84, 572
48,104
8,998
63,569
6,677
25,650
6,822
11,263
126,161
8,799
613,875
35,236
3,726
143,010
3d, 302
14, 923
181, 315
14, 945
17, 019
4,893
27,182
162,980
4,419
7,111
48,104
37,823
14,492
45,469
3,913
13, 717

-1,471,973

Total
collections

1,122, 438
118,827
613,180
542,122
15, 455, 808
1, 936, 202
3, 056,857
1,114, 987
2, 986, 346
2,488, 051
440, 237
337, 240
13,253,740
3, 860,905
1,304,909
1,066,998
2,491,416
1, 524,387
411,057
4,092, 512
4,755,100
12, 649,256
2,914,748
531,311
4,314,622
244,276
943,777
308,093
386,395
5,866, 707
340,048
30,192,452
3, 567,060
187, 734
10,129,083
1,564,460
1,151, 313
10,603, 969
775,407
829,953
199, 651
1, 640,857
6, 707, 952
404, 623
189, 566
2,513,176
2, 302, 670
659, 782
3,079,873
121,969
650,162

114, 697
24,344
83,914
55, 234
1, 634, 500
108,873
185,698
31,937
268,015
166, 865
48,913
39,839
670,144
261,354
114, 643
89, 604
107,404
140,087
40, 505
294, 334
330,455
677,715
196,490
54, 238
231,116
28, 268
61,339
39,266
35, 232
408, 712
41,973
1,148, 021
156,493
18,554
594,622
99,104
106,307
668, 663
60,127
77,348
20,417
133, 224
463,028
55,123
16,365
204, 937
189,846
65, 901
214,189
16,237
60, 768

-15,581,913
366,463

-9,432

Refunds
oftaxes

366,463

-7,114
127,157
1,974
29,896,520

714,320,396 3, 081,979

163, 636,838 8«11,300,066

1 Includes the District of Columbia.
2 Collections from and refunds to U.S. taxpayers in Puerto Rico, Canal Zone, and in foreign countries.
3 Consists of amounts of Federal tax deposit forms purchased aud not yet applied to taxpayers' liabilities
and the amounts of depositary receipts issued, less the amounts of depositary receipts received with returns
and distributed by State.
4 Represents credits aUowable on income tax returns for certain gasoline and lubricating oil tax payments
and for excess social security payments under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA).
6 Net transactions in the clearing account on the central books of the Treasury for withheld income taxes
from salaries of Federal employees.
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0 Includes $27.9 billion transferred to the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, the Federal
disability insurance trust fund, the railroad rethement accounts, the Federal hospital insurance trust fund,
and the unemployment trust fund for benefit payments within the States.
7 Includes $4.5 bUlion gasoline and certain other highway user levies transferred to the highway trust
fund for highway construction in States, in accordance with the Highway Revenue Act of 1956, as amended
(23 U.S.C. 120 note). Also includes internal revenue collections made by Customs.
8 Includes reversals due to Individual Master File cancelled checks and undelivered refund checks not
obtainable by districts.
0 Inclusive of the reimbursement of $382 miUion to the general fund from the Federal old-age and survivors
insurance trust fund, the Federal disabUity insurance trust fund, the highway trust fund, and the Federal
Unemployment Tax Act (42 U.S.C. 1101(b)(3)) which is the estimated aggregate of refunds due on taxes
collected and transferred.
NOTE.—Receipts in the various States do not indicate the Federal tax burden of each, since in many instances, taxes are collected in one State from residents of another State. For example, withholding taxes
reported by employers located near State lines may include substantial amounts withheld from salaries of
employees who reside in neighboring States. Likewise payments of refunds within a State may not be applicable to the collections within that State, since refunds are payable in the State of residence or principal
place of business of the taxpayer which may not be the point at which collections are made.
Collections in full detaU by tax source and region are shown in the "Annual Report of the Commissioner
of Internal Revenue" and in lesser detail in the "Combined Statement of Receipts, Expenditures and
Balances of the United States Government."

T A B L E 12.—Deposits of earnings by ihe Federal Reserve banks, fiscal years 1947-68 ^
1947-65

Boston..-.
$507,102,688.95
New York
2, 444, 486; 4.53.62
Philadelphia....
567,129,492.37
Cleveland
813,782,232.25
Richmond
604,292,780.16
Atlanta
477,773,065.19
Chicago
1,651,639,691.75
St. Louis. _
381, 633.131.21
Minneapolis
202,111:626.79
KansasCity...390,636,820.49
Dallas
348,168,645.80
San Francisco. - 1,083,773,212.78
Total

1966

$85,531,922.44
446,216, 515.13
89,018,448.25
141,162,752.61
107,862,333.64
90,957,931.36
282,346,299.20
68,217,948. 09
32,963,675.67
65,101,489.72
71,189,087.52
242,283,545.74

9,472,519,841.36 1,712,841,949.37

1967

$92,638,118.71
470, 049,621.77
92,896,014.71
143,410,447.95
126,605,772.96
93,585,693.71
305,907,652.13
59,058,976.06
32,923,555.48
64,884,641.52
68,771,727.29
264,745,254.79

1968

$105,990,762.07
546,576,692.12
107,445,523.86
158,885,949.73
161,102,231.69
106,687,464.74
346,878,977.15
68,309,904.41
38,818,624.66
77,630,778.79
84,302,647.89
298,417,990.46

1,805,377,377.08 2,090,947,637.57

Cumulative
through 1968
$791,163,482.17
3,907,329,282. 64
856,489,479.19
1,257,231,382.54
989,863,118.45
768,904,055.00
2,586,772,620.23
567, 219,959.77
306,817,482.60
598,253,730.52
672,422,108.50
1,879,220,003.77
15,081,686.705.38

1 Through 1959, consists of approximately 90 per cent of earnings of the Federal Reserve banks after payment of necessary expenses and statutory dividends, and after provisions for restoring the surplus of each
bank to 100 percent of subscribed capital where it feU below that amount. Beginmng in 1960, pursuant to a
decision by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, consists of all net earnings after dividends and after provisions for buUding up surplus to 100 percent of subscribed capital at those banks where
surplus is below that amount and also of the amounts by which surplus at the other banks exceeds subscribed capital. Beginning in 1966, the surplus is maintained at the level of the paid in capital instead of
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13.-—Customs

collections and payments by regions and districts. fiscal year 1968
CoUections

Payments
Refunds i

Regions a n d districts

Boston region.
D i s t r i c t offices:
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo...
Ogdensburg
P o r t l a n d , Maine
Providence
St. A l b a n s

Duties and
miscellaneous
customs
coUections

CoUections
for others

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Total

Excessive
duties a n d
shnUar
refunds

Drawback

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181,583,615

B altimore region
D i s t r i c t offices:
B altimore
NorfoUc
Philadelphia
T o t a l B a l t i m o r e region

S u b t o t a l Miami region
V h g i n Islands t r u s t fund
P u e r t o Rico t r u s t fund
T o t a l M i a m i region

86,070,367

1,940

266,665,912

$2,791,887

878,823,053

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$24,658,013
12,598,103
8,047, 417
33,931,801
12,409
1,565,229
4,267,385

178, 287,188

1,191

1,067, 111, 432

8, 040,809

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1,160
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2, 545, 599
243,623
2,466, 368
1, 562, 453
1,382,880
177, 630
1,398,952

$88,643,841
9,957,463
42,673,363
22,658,129
5,454,497
4,729,265
7,467,067

N e w Y o r k regional office

M i a m i region
District offices:
Charleston
Miami
St. T h o m a s
San J u a n .
Savannah
Tampa.
Wilmington

Cost to
coUect $100

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Internal
Revenue
Service

$2. 25
1.08
4.86
2.76
25.30
2.83
n.93

$1,345,715

10,851, 220

4.07

11, 513, 726

28, 056,351

2.65

$113,302, 634
22, 555,556
50,721,940
56,589,930
5, 466,906
6,294, 494
11, 724, 452

O
h^

fej
Ul
fel

o
S3
fel

976,707

H3

60,362,694
34,286,409
108,611,550
.-

26, 486, 540
2, 552, 401
46, 664,069

549
795
588

203,260,553

75, 703,000

1,932

278,965,485

1, 691,945
901,185
2, 241,399

86,849,683
36,839, 605
166,276,197
2,368,882

10, 345, 764

L95
2.45
L44

SJ
Kt

5,811, 236

2.08

o

>

677, 599
36,250,355
22,646,433
9,383
222,943
15,097,100
18,697,966
28, 049,152

992,572 .
15,838, 256
23,529 .
112, 749
2,529,181
9,742, 627
1,741,359 .

46
93
1,416
26

384,939
3,138,969

37,242,927
38, 484,735
32,912
335,786
17, 627, 697
28, 440, 509
29, 790, 511

1.03
8.16

408, 758
705, 570
331, 498

2.32
2.48
1.11

120,973,322
6,199,698 . .
30,646,268

30,980,173

1,581

161,955,076
2 6,199, 598
2 30, 646,268

1, 086,954

2,366,359

6, 647,333

3.72

166,819,188

30,980,173

1,681

187,800,942

1, 086,954

2,365,359

5, 647, 333

3.01

W
fej

H
S3
fej

>

Ul

d

SJ
Kt

New Orleans region
District offices:
MobUe
NewOrleans

772,228
8,851,974
61,758,645

12,604,984

2,027

83,217,530

8,207,977
3,984,104
46,778,825
20,164,817
3,141,716

2,669,429
786,268
12,926,663
380,096
13,389

357,961
1,732,900
589,917

1,062,043

5,120
2,408

10,877,682
4,771,589
58,705,478
20,540,032
3,157,613

81,267,439

-Total Houston region

3.43
2.38

2,863,089

3.44

276
2,217

16,774,834

10,021

98,052,294

1,142,679
198,437
3,406,676
2,258,524
159,983
3,774,349

8,532,830

10.51
4.15
5.80
11.00
5.07

7,852,740

8.01

775,063
160,938,019
10,985,204
12,672,451

39,916,956
22,557
372,144

966

200,855,940
11,007,761
13,044,595

184,595,674

Total Los Angeles region

40,311,657

966

224,908,296

5,275,896
735,344
1,339,784
2,382,293

3,556,676

2.63
6.68
10.27

co
H3
>

8,126,086

3.61

Ul
H9

869,886
1,393,198
4,199,616
10,694,498
23,964,469
84,066,610
36, 761,318
36,761,318

-

Total San Francisco region
Chicago region.
"Distriof* ofiicps*
Chicago....."
Cleveland....
Detroit
Duluth...
MUwaukee
Mumeapolis....
Pembina...:.
St. Louis
Total Chicago region
TotalaU regions..
Items not assigned to districts
Grand total
1 Available on regional basis only.
2 Not included in grand total.




10,429,506
72,788,024

686,441

Los Angeles region
District offices:
LosAngeles..
Nogales
SanDiego
San Francisco region
District offices:
Anchorage
GreatFaUs
Honolulu
Portland, Oregon
SanFrancisco
Seattle

432
1,595

70,610,519

Total New Orleans region
Houston region
District offices:
ElPaso....
Galveston
Houston
Laredo
PortArthm

1,577,100
11,027,884

.^.

161,079,609
161,079,609

112,232
2,694..
2,726,236
1,688,294
38,007,609
18,100,926

174
197
684
1,224

1,505,430
4,202,310
13,420,908
25,652,960
122,074,803
64,863,468 ..

60, 637,991
60,637,991

2,279
2,279

221, 719, 879
221,719,879

411,575
441,613
1,085,044
599,132
2,763,366
2,137, 088
2,137,088
2, 253, 661
2,253,661

3, 301,831
3,301,831

27.38
10.52
8.08
2.34
2.26
3.90

8, 297, 604
8,297,604

3.74
3.74

1,077,750
88,907,745
36,391,903
80,600,097
8,756,776
6,362,781
4,261,390
5,933,821
11,679,770

54,059,993
80,334,002
132,787,519
49,416
3,087,840
4,641,028
34,793
9,300,019

20
87

142,967,758
116,725,905
213,287,703
8,806,191
9,450,621
8,802,418
5,968,614
20,879,789

2,673,316
1,142,065
2,752,967
390,984
241,662
350,877
898,150
366,783

^
P
£
^
s^
w
HH
fej
g
/i

1.80
.98
1.29
4.44
2.56
3.99
15.04
1.76

242,694,283

284,194,609

107

526,888,999

3,288,440

6,610,991

9,794,544

1.86

2,124,888,067
65,623
2,124,953,690

784,664,793

22,043
2
22,045

2,909,474,903
65,625
2,909,540,528

26,577,182
24,703
26,601,885

48,634,837

87,300,203
36,652,650
93,952,853

3.00

4 784,664,793

48,634,837

3 Washington headquarters and foreign offices.
4 included in internal revenue excise tax collections reported in table 11.

3.23

^
^^

56

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 14.—Summary of customs collections and expenditures, fiscal years 1967
and 1968
[On basis of Bureau of Customs accounts]
SCHEDULE 1.—COLLECTIONS BY CUSTOMS
1967

Collections:
Duties:
Consumption entries
Warehouse withdrawals
MaU entries
Passenger baggage entries
Crewmember baggage entries
Informal entries..Appraisement entries
Supplemental duties
Withheld duties-_
Otherduties
Total duties

.

$1,708,078,870 $1,834,559,859
203,700,791
213,956,401
17,661,884
18,575,016
3,666,579
3,815,477
1,261,705
1,269,923
15,023,103
15,240,954
136,410
121,690
21,610,732
24,072,400
360,980
687,196
499,737
1,177,134

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

7.4
5.0
5.2
7.0
.7
1.5
-10.9
11.9
90.4
136.6

1,971,799,791

MisceUaneous: i
Violationsof customs laws.
Marine inspection and navigation services
Testing, inspecting, and grading
Miscellaneous taxes
Fees...
Unclaimed funds..
RecoveriesAU other customs receipts
Total miscellaneous.
Internal revenue taxes
Total coUections.

1968

-.

2,113,474,950

7.2

3,646,646
33,630
582,162
6,383,782
263,460
122,276
16,340
41,234

4,138,253
30,930
491,940
6,249,198
288,067
210,988
38,110
53,299

13.5
—8.0
. -16. 5
-2.1
9.3
72.6
133.2
29.3

11,089,530
701,121,144
2,684,010,465

11,500,785
784,664,793
2,909,640,628

3.7
11.9
8.4

SCHEDULE 2.—APPROPRIATIONS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S
Appropriations:
For salaries and expenses, Bureau of Customs.
Transferred from .Department of Commerce for export
control
Transferred from Department of Agriculture for quarantine purposes
j
Total....

$88,278,000

$90,198,000

1,698,000

1,716,000

2.2
1.0

2,166,800

2,326,500

7.4

92,142,800

94,239,500

2.3

Expenditures, obligations incurred by:
Regional offices.
Agency Service (investigations)
Fieldaudit
Executive du-ection.

75,227,847
10,712,319
838,697
4,867,966

76,454,023
11,771,712
869,994
4,857,124

1.6
9. 9
3.7
- .2

Total obligations incmred

91,646,829

93,952,853

2.5

Balanceof appropriations

2495^971

286,647

-42.2

28,465,090
42,626,641
71,091,731

26,601,885
48,634,837
76,236,722

-6.6
14.1
6.8

Expenditmes (refunds):
Excessive duties and simUar refunds
Drawback payments....
Total

1 Includes iniscellaneous custoins collections of Puerto Rico and the Vhgin Islands and those of other
Government agencies.
2 Includes $464,000 transferred to the U.S. Coast Guard pursuant to Treasury Department Order No.
167-81, Jan. 30,1967.




57

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 15.—Postal receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1926-68
Postal revolving fund as reported to the Treasui-y by the Post
Office Department
Postal expenditures i
Year

Postal revenues

Extraordinary expendi
tures as
reported
under act of
June 9,1930

Sm-plus, or
deficit ( - )

Surplus revenue paid
into the
Treasury 2

Advances
from the
Treasui-y to
cover postal
deficiencies 3

Other

4 $679,792,180
714, 628,189
725,756, 017
782, 408, 754
764,030,368

-$19,972,379
-31, 506, 201
-32,121, 096
-85,461,176
-98, 215, 987

4 $39, 506,490
27, 263,191
32, 080,202
94, 699, 744
91, 714,461

48, 047,308
63,304,423
61, 691, 287
66, 623,130
69, 537, 252

764, 482,265
740,418, 111
638,314,969
564,143,871
627, 066, 001

-146, 066,190
-206, 650, 611
-112,374,892
-44, 033,835
-65,807,951

145, 643, 613
202,876,341
117,380,192
52, 003, 296
63,970,405

665,343,356
726, 201,110
728, 634, 051
745,955, 075
766.948, 627

68, 585, 283
51, 587,336
42, 799, 687
48, 540,273
53,331,172

686, 074,398
721, 228, 506
729, 645, 920
736,106, 666
764,401, 694

-88,316,324
-46, 614,732
-43,811, 556
-38, 691,863
-40.784, 239

86, 038,862
41,896,945
44, 258,861
41,237, 263
40,870,336

1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
1945.

812,827,736
869,817,491
966, 227, 289
1,112,877,174
1,314, 240,132

58,837,470
73,916,128
122,343,916
126, 639, 650
116,198, 782

778.108. 078
800, 040,400
830,191,463
942,345, 968
1, 028,902,402

-24,117,812
-14,139, 037
13, 691,909
43,891,656
169,138,948

30, 064,048
18,308,869
14, 620,875
$1,000, 000 8 -28,999,995
188,102, 579
649,769

1946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.

1, 224, 672,173 100, 246, 983 1, 253,406, 696
1, 299,141, 041 92,198, 225 1,412, 600, 531
1, 410,971, 284 96, 222,339 1, 591, 683, 096
1, 571,851, 202 120,118, 663 2, 029, 203, 466
1, 677,486,967 119, 960,324 2,102,988,768

1961.
1952.
1953.
1954 8
1955 8

1,776,816,364
104,895,563
1,947,316, 280 107,209,837
2, 091,714,112 103,445,741
2, 263,389, 229
Q)
2,336, 667, 658
(')

2,236,503,513
-564,682,711
2, 569, 650,534 -719, 644, 090
2, 638,680, 670 -650,412,299
2,676,386,760
-311,997, 531
2,692,966, 698 -356, 299, 040

624,169,406
740, 000, 000
660,121,483
521, 999,804
285, 261,181

1956
1957
1958
1959
1960

8
8
8
8
8

2,419, 211,749
2, 647, 689, 618
2,583,459,773
3,061,110,753
3,334,343,038

2,882, 291, 063 -463, 079, 314
3, 065,126, 065 -517, 536,447
3,257,452, 203 -673,992,431
3,834,997, 671 -773,886,918
3,821,969, 408 -487, 616,370

382,311, 040
616, 502,460
921,750,883
605,184,335
569, 229,167

19618
1962 8
1963 8
1964 8
1965 8

3,482,961,182
3, 609,260, 097
3,869,713,783
4,393,516,717
4,662, 663,166

(8)

(«)

4,347,945,979
4,343,436,402
4, 640, 048,550
4,971,215, 682
5,467, 206,453

824,989,797
773,739,374
817, 693, 516
698, 626, 276
764, 090, 520

1966 8.
1967 8.

6,038,666,873
5,326,427,981
6, 714,395, 043

(8)
(8)
(8)

5,926,862,604
-888,196,731
6,467,613,482 -1,141,185,501
6, 793,911,210 -1,079,516,167

1926.
1927.
1928.
1929.
1930.

$659,819,801
683,121,989
693,633,921
696.947, 578
706,484, 098

1931.
1932.
1933.
1934.
1935.

656,463,383
588,171,923
687, 631,364
686, 733,166
630, 795,302

1936.
1937.
1938.
1939.
1940.

$39,669,718

C)

(«)
(«)
(«)
(«)
(«)

(8)

-129,081,606
-205, 657, 715
-276,834,152
-577,470,926
-645,462,114

-864,984,797
-734,176,305
-770,334, 767
-577, 698,966
-804, 642, 298

12, 000, 000

160, 672, 098
241,787,174
310, 213,461
624, 297, 262
592, 514, 046

941, 698, 236
1,174,402,507
1,140,204,035

1 From 1927 to date includes salary deductions paid to and deposited for credit to the retirement fund.
2 On basis of warrants-issued adjusted to'basis of daUy Treasury statements through 1947.
3 Advances to the Postmaster General to meet estimated deficiencies in postal revenues, reduced by repayments from prior year advances. Excludes aUowances for offsets of extraordinary expenditures or the cost
of free maUings. Figures are on basis of warrants-issued adjusted to basis of daily Treasury statements
through 1953, and thereafter on basis ofthe central accounts ofthe U.S. Govemment maintained by the
Treasury Department.
4 Excludes $10,472,289 transferred to the civil service retirement and disabUity fund on account of salary
deductions.
» Repayment of unexpended portion of prior years' advances.
8 Transactions for 1964-68 are on the basis of cash receipts and expenditures as reported by the Post Office
Department. Reports of the Postmaster General are on a modffied accrual basis.
^ See letter of the Postmaster General in exhibits in annual reports prior to 1968.
8 Under the act of May 27,1968 (72 Stat. 143), the Postmaster General is no longer required to certify the
estimated amounts of postage that would have been coUected on certam free or reduced-rate mailings.
NOTE.—For figures from 1789-1925 see annual report for 1946, p . 419.




58

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 16.—Seigniorage on coin and silver hullion, January 1, 1935-June 30, 1968
Total seigniorage
Potential
on coin (silver
seigniorage on
and minor) and
silver buUion at
on silver bullion cost in Treasurer's
revalued
account, end of
fiscal year i

Fiscal year

Jan. 1,1936-June 30,1963,: cumulative

$2,340,185,821.02

1964
1966
1966
1967
1968

2 $17^ 290,212.19

68,745,284.41
116,996,658.41
87,569,486.89
36,601,733.83
32,897,776.02

Jan. 1,1935-June 30i 1968, cumulative

7,520,617.15
6,560,393.72
51,328.32
37,560.91
-155,962.44

2,682,996,760.58

1 Not cumulative, as the buUion held by the Treasurer of the United States changes, the potential seigniorage changes accordingly. ,
2 Represents potential seigniorage as of June 30,1963.
NOTE.—For calendar year figures 1936-63, see the "Treasury Bulletin" for July 1964, p . 79.

Federal Debt
I.—Outstanding
TABLE 17.—Federal securities outstanding, fiscal years 1954-68
[Public debt securities on basis of daUy Treasury statements; agency securities on basis of administrative
accounts and reports]
Fiscal year
1954
1955..
1956
1957
1968
1959
1960...
1961
1962
1963
1964.
1966
1966...
1967
1968

-

Public debt
securities i
$271,259,699,108
274,374,222,803
272,760,813,649
270,627,171,896
276,343,217,746
284,705,907,078
286,330,760,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
306,859,632,996
311,712,899,257
317,273,898,984
319,907,087,795
326,220,937,795
347,578,406,426

Agency
securities 2
$963,466,000
1,559,271,536
1,753,850,700
2,893,571,362
3,967,532,514
5,040,084,860
6,769,552,937
6,477,251,272
7,927,356,819
8,123,100,192
8,631,601,308
9,335,153,271
13,376,771,543
18,455,326,671
24,399,459,289

Total Federal
securities
$272,223,065,108
275,933,494,339
274,504,664,349
273,420,743,258
280,310,750,260
289,745,991,938
293,100,313,785
295,448,189,882
306,128,179i 540
313,982,733,188
320,344,400,566
326,609,052,255
333,283,859,338
344,676,264,466
371,977,865,715

1 Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. For amounts subject to limitation, see
table 21.
2 For content see table 24.




59

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 18.—Federal securities held by the public, fiscal years 1954-68
[On basis of daily Treasury statements and administrative accounts and reports]
Federal
securities i

Fiscal year

1954
1955..
1956
1957
1958
1959..
I960..
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967.....
1968--

...$272,223,066,108
275,933,494,339
274,604,664,349
273,420,743,258
280,310,750,260
289,745,991,938
293,100,313,785
295,448,189,882
306,128,179,640
313,982,733,188
320,344,400,565
326,609,052,255
333,283,869,338
344,676,264,466
371,977,866,716

Deduct
Investments of
Government
accounts
$46,312,717,525
47,750,891,975
50,636,867,948
52,931,326,786
53,329,411,492
52,763,956,039
53,685,506,130
54,290,602,225
54,915,287,138
56,343,127,329
59,207,434,460
61,538,145,568
64,781,640,484
2 73^817,322,771
279,137,448,135

Special notes 3

Held by the public
Total

$1,411,000,000 $224,499,347,683
1,567,000,000 226,615,602,364
1,742,000,000 222,225,806,401
1,068,000,000 219,421,416,472
618,000,000 226,363,338,768
1,979,250,000 235,002,786,899
2,238,000,000 237,176,808,656
2,553,652,200 238,603,935,457
2,837,304,400 248,375,588,002
3,176,966,600 254,463,649,259
3,581,261,000 257,555,705,105
3,456,000,000 261,615,906,697
3,809,500,000 264,692,718,854
3,328,000,000 267,530,941,695
2,209,000,000 290,631,417,580

Per capita 4

$1,382.46
1,371.14
1,32L03
1,28L11
1,299.89
1,325.72
1,312.66
1,298.48
1,330.66
1,343.40
1,340.60
1,344.43
1,344.16
1,343.68
P 1,444.73

V Preliminary.
1 For content see table 17.
2 For content see table 20.
3 Represents noninterest-bearing public debt securities issued to the International Monetary Fund and
international lending organizations.
4 Based on the Bureau of the Census estimated population. Through 1968 the estimated population is for
the contei-minous United States, exclusive of Alaska, Hawaii, and the outlying areas, such as Puerto Rico,
Guam, and the Virgin Islands. Beginning with 1959 the estiniates include Alaska and, with 1960, Hawaii.

321.3-1147—^9-




60

19 6 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
,
T A B L E 19.—Principal of the puhlic debt, fiscal years 1790-1968

[On basis of P u b U c D e b t accounts from 1790 t h r o u g h 1916, a n d on basis of daily T r e a s m y s t a t e m e n t s from
1916 to d a t e , see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " a n d Note]
Date

T o t a l gross
public debt

D e c e m b e r 31—
1790.
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809.
1810
1811

J u n e 30

1853.
1854..
1856-.
1856..
1857..
1868-.
1859..
I860..
1861.
1862.
1863.
1864.
1865.
1866.
1867.
1870.
18711872.
1873.
18741876.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879-.
1880.
1881.
1882.
1883.
18841885.
1886.
1887.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.

463,477
227,925
358,634
427,405
747,587
762,172
064,479
228, 529
408,670
976,294
038, 051
712, 632
054,686
427,121
312,151
723,271
218,399
196,318
023,192
173,218
005, 588
209,738

T o t a l gross
pubUc d e b t

D e c e m b e r 31—
1812
1813
1814
1816
1816
1817
1818
1819..1
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825........
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
.1832

Matured debt
Interest-bearing i on w h i c h interest has ceased
$59,642,412
42,044,517
35,418, 001
31,805,180
28,503,377
44,743,256
58,333,166
64,683,266
90,423,292
365,356,045
707,834,255
360, 026,914
217,709,407
322,116,330
238,954,794
191,326,130
151,495, 066
035,881, 095
920,696,750
800,794,100
696,483,950
724,930,760
708,676,300
696,685,450
697,888,500
780,736,650
887,716,110
709,993,100
626,667,750
449,810,400
324,229,150
212,563,850
182,150,950
132, 014,100
007,692,350
936,522,500
815,863,990
711,313,110
610, 629,120
585,029,330
585,037,100
635. 041,890

Foiotnio'tes a t e n d of t a b l e .




Date

$162,249
199,248
170,498
168,901
197,998
170,168
165,226
160,575
159,125
230, 520
171,970
366,629
2,129,425
4,435,865
1,739,108
1,246,334
5,112,034
3,569,664
1,948,902
7,926,547
51,929,460
3,216,340
11,425,570
3,902,170
16,648,610
6,594,070
37,015,380
7,621,205
6, 723,615
16,260,666
7,831,165
19,656,955
4,100,746
9,704,195
6,114,915
2,495,846
1,911,235
1,815, 556
1,614,706
2,785, 875
2,094,060
1.851,240

962,828
487,846
833,660
334,934
491,965
466,634
529,648
015, 666
987,428
546,677
875,877
269,778
788, 433
054, 060
987,357
476. 044
421,414
666, 407
123,192
322,236
Oil, 699

Date

D e c e m b e r 31—
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
J u n e 30—
1843
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1860
1851
1852

D e b t bearing
n o interest

$158,691,390
411,767,466
455,437,271
458,090,180
429,211,734
409,474,321
390,873,992
388,503,491
397,002,610
399,406,489
401,270,191
402,796,935
431,785,640
436,174,779
430,258,168
393,222,793
373,088,695
374,181,153
373,294,567
386,994,363
390,844,689
389,898,603
393,087,639
392,299,474
413,941,255
451,678,029
445,613,311
431,705,286
409,267,919
393,662,736
380,403,636
374,300,606
380,004,687

T o t a l gross
pubhc debt

$59, 804,661
42, 243,766
35, 688,499
31, 974,081
28, 701,375
44, 913,424
58,498,381
64,843,831
90, 582,417
524, 177,955
1,119,773,681
1,815,830,814
2,677,929,012
2,765,763,929
2,660,168,223
2,583,446,456
2,546,110,590
2,436,463,269
2,322,052,141
2,209,990,838
2,151,210,345
2,159,932,730
2,156,276.649
2,130,845,778
2,107,759,903
2,169,418,315
2,298,912.643
2,090,908,872
2,019,285,728
1, 856,
915.644
1,721, 958,918
1,625, 307,444
1,578, 551,169
1,555, 659.650
1,465,486,294
1,384, 631,656
1,249, 470,611
1,122, 396,684
806, 561
1, 005,
968, 218,841
961, 431,766
897,817
1, 016.

T o t a l gross
pnblic debt

$4,760, 082
37,733
37, 513
336,958
3,308,124
10,434,221
3,573,344
5, 250,876
13, 594, 481
20,201,226
32,742,922
23,461,653
15,925, 303
16, 650,203
38,826, 535
47, 044, 862
63,061,859
63,452,774
68,304,796
66,199,342

Gross d e b t
per c a p i t a 2

$2.32
1.59
1.30
1.10
.93
1.59
1.91
2.06
2.80
15.79
32.91
52.08
76.01
75.42
70.91
67.61
65.17
61.06
66.72
62.66
50.02
49.05
47.84
46.22
44.71
44.82
46.72
41.60
39.18
35.16
31.83
29.35
27.86
26.85
24.75
22.89
20.23
17.80
16.63
14.74
14.36
14.89

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TABLE 19.—Principal of the puhlic debt, fiscal years 1790-1968—Continued
June 30

1895.
1896.
1897.
1898.
1899.
1900.
1901.
1902.
1903.
1904.
1905.
1906.
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.
1914.
1915.
1916.
1917.
1918.
1919.
1920.
1921.
1922.
1923.
1924.
1925.
1926
1927.
1928.
1929.
1930.
1931.
1932.
1933.
1934.
1935.
1936.
1937.
1938.
1939
1940.
1941.
1942.
1943.
1944.
19451946.
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950.
19511952.
1963.
19541955.
1956.
1957.
1958.
1959.
I960.
1961.
19621963.
1964.
1965.
1966".
1967.
1968-

Matured debt
Interest-bearmg i on which interest has ceased
$716,202, 060
847,363,890
847,365,130
847,367,470
1,046,048,750
478,860
1, 023,
987,141,040
931,070,340
914,541,410
895,167,440
895,168,340
896,159,140
894,834,280
897,603,990
913,317,4go
913,317,490
915,353,190
963,776,770
965,70.6,610
967,953,310
969,759, 090
971,662,590
2,712,649,477
12,197,607,642
25,236,947,172
24,062,500,285
23,738,900,085
22,710,338,105
22,007,043,612
20,981,242, 042
20,210,906,916
19,383,770,860
18,252,
,664,666
17,317,694,182
16,638,941, 379
16,921,892,350
16,519,588,640
19,161,273,540
22,167,643,120
26,480,487,870
27,645,241,089
32,988,790,136
,109,418
35,800,
925. 880
36, 576,
39,886.969, 732
42,376,495,928
48,387,399,539
71,968,418,098
135,380,305,796
199,543,355,301
256,366,615,818
268,110,872,218
255,113,412, 039
250,063,348,379
250,761,636,723
255,209,353,372
252,861,766,497
256,862,861,128
263,946,017,740
268,909,766,664
271,741,267,507
269,883,068,041
268,485,662,677
274,697,560,009
281,833,362,429
283,241,182,756
285,671,608,619
294,442,000,790
301,963,730,701
307,356,561,635
313,112,816,994
315,431, 054.919
322,285,952.388
344,400,507,282

$1,721,690
1,636,890
1,346,880
1,262,680
1,218,300
1,176,320
1,416,620
1,280,860
1,205,090
1,970,920
1,370,246
1,128,136
1,086,815
4,130,015
2,883,865
2,124,896
1,879,830
1,760,460
1,659,550
1,552,660
1,507,260
1,473,100
14,232,230
20,242,550
11,176,260
6,746,237
10,688,160
25,260,880
98,738,910
30,278,200
30,268,980
13,359,900
14,718,585
4.5,336,060
50,749,199
31,716,870
61,819,095
60,079,386
65,911,170
54,266,830
230.662.165
169,363,396
118,529,815
141,362,460
142,283,140
204,591,190
204,999,860
98,299,730
140,500,090
200,861,160
268,667,136
376,406,860
230,913,536
279,761,730
244,767,458
264,770,705
612,046,600
418.692.166
298,420,570
437,184,655
688,601,480
666,051,697
529,241,685
697,324,889
476,455,003
444,608,630
349,356,209
437,627,514
310,416,540
295,293,165
292,259,861
307,673,987
284,262,674
263,982,180

Debt bearhig
no interest

$378,989,470
373,728,670
378, 081,703
384,112,913
389,433,654
238,761,733
233,015,585
245,680,167
243,669,413
239,130,656
235,828,610
246,235,695
251,267,098
276,056,398
232,114,027
231.497.584
236,761,917
228,301,285
225.681.585
218,729,530
219,997,718
252.109.877
248.836.878
237, 476,173
236,382,738
230,076,945
227,862,308
227,792,723
243,924,844
239,292,747
276,027,993
246,086,555
244,523,681
241,263,959
241,397,906
231,700,611
229,873,756
265,649,519
315,118,270
618,386,714
824,989,381
620,389,964
606,974,499
447,451,976
411,279,639
386,443,919
369, 044,137
365,727,288
1,175,284,445
1,259,180,760
2,056,904,467
934,820,096
2,942,057,534
1,949,146,403
1,763,965,680
1,883,228,274
1,868,164,718
1,823,625,492
1,826,623,328
1,912,647,799
2,044,353,816
2,201,693,911
1,512,367,635
1,048,332,847
2,396,089,647
2,644,969,463
2,949,974,782
3,321,194,417
3,696,486,755
4,061,044,657
3,868,822,129
4,168,358,890
3,650,722.733
2,923,916,963

Total gross
public debt 3

$1,096,913,120
1,222,729,350
1,226,793,713
1,232,743,063
1,436,700,704
1,263,416,913
1,221,672,245
1,178,031,357
1,169,405,913
1,136,259,016
1,132,357,095
1,142,522,970
1.147,178,193
1,177,690,403
1.148,316,372
1,146,939,969
1,153,984,937
1,193,838,506
1,193,047,745
1,188,235,400
1,191,264,068
1,225,145,668
2,975,618,585
12,455,225,365
25,484,606,160
24,299,321,467
23,977,450,563
22,963,381,708
22,349,707,365
21,250,812,989
20,516,193,888
19,643,216,315
18,511,906,932
17,604,293,201
16,931,088,484
16,185,309,831
16,801,281,492
19,487,002,444
22,538,672,660
27,053,141,414
28.700,892,626
33,778,543,494
36,424,613,732
37,164.740,315
40,439,532,411
42,967,631,038
48,961,443,636
72,422,445,116
136,696,090,330
201,003,387,221
258,682,187,410
269,422,099,173
258,286,383,109
252,292,246,613
252,770,359,860
267,357,362,351
265,221,976,815
259,105,178,785
266,071,061,639
271,269,599,108
274,374,222,803
272,750.813,649
270,527,171.896
276,343,217,746
284,705,907,078
286,330,760,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
305,869,632,996
311,712,899,267
317,273,898,984
319,907,087,795
326,220.937,795
347,678,406,426

Gross debt
per capita 2

$15.76
17.26
16.99
16.77
19.21
16.60
15.74
14.88
14.38
13.83
13.51
13.37
13.19
13.28
12.69
12.41
12.29
12.62
12.27
11.99
11.86
12.02
28.77
119.13
242.66
228.23
220.91
208.66
199.64
186.23
177.12
167.32
156.61
146.09
139.04
131.51
135.45
166.10
179.48
214.07
226.55
263.79
282.75
286.27
308.98
325.23
367.09
637.13
999.83
1,462.44
1,848.60
1,905.42
1.792,05
1,720.71
1,694.76
1,696.67
1,654.20
1,660.84
1,667.48
1,670.41
1.660.11
1.621.38
1,579.60
1,586.89
1,606.11
1,684.70
1.572.58
1,697.60
1,614.74
1,622.49
'•1.630.46
1,624.66
1,638.33
r 1, 727.82
>

» Revised,
•
p Preliminary.
1 Exclusiye of bonds issued to the Pacific raikoads (acts of 1862,1864, and 1878), since statutorv nrovi^ion
was made to secure the Treasury against both principal and interest, and the Navy p e S S d . whi2h
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was not a debt as principal and interest were the property of the United States. The Statement of the Public
Debt included the raihoad bonds from Issuance and the Navy fund from Sept. 1, 1866, through June 30,
1890.
2 Based on the Bureau of the Census estimated population. Through 1968 the estimated population is for
the conterminous United States. Beginning with 1959 the estimates include Alaska, and with 1960, Hawaii.
3 Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. Public debt includes debt incurred to
finance expenditures of whoUy owned Goveriiment corporations and other business-type activities in
exchange for which securities of the corporations and activities were issued to the Treasury (see table 103).
NOTE.—From 1790-1842, the fiscal year ended Dec. 31. Detailed figures for 1790-1852 are not available on
a basis comparable with those of later years. For bases prior to 1916, see the 1963 annual report p. 497, Note.

TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities
June 30, 1967-68
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of doUars.
On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States Government,"
see " B ases of T ables'']
Agency
Library of Congress:
Library of Congress trust fund, investment account
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund.
Agriculture Department:
Farmers Home Administration, State rural rehabUitation funds.
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Agency securities:
Defense family housing mortgages.
Commerce Department:
Federal ship mortgage insurance fund, revolving fund
War risk insmance revolving fund
Gifts and bequests.
.1
Defense Department:
Army Department:
Bequest of Maj. Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth
General gift fund
:
Navy Department:
Officeof Naval Records and History fund
U.S. Naval Academy museum fund
U.S. Naval Academy general gift fund
Navy general gift fund—
Ah Force Department:
General gift fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Participation certfficates
Agency secmities:
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures
Federal National Mortgage Association debentm-es
Federal disabUity msmance trust fund
Participation certfficates
:
Agency securities:
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures
Federal National Mortgage Association debentm-es.
Federal hospital insmance trust fund
Participation certfficates
Agency securities:
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Public Health Service unconditional gift fund
PublicHealth Service conditional gUt fund
St. Elizabeths Hospital unconditional gift fund
Patients' benefit fund. Public Health Service hospitals
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Federal Housing Administration:
Revolvmg fund
Participation certfficates
Agency securities:
Federal Housing Administration debentures
Defense family housmg mortgages
Community disposal operations fund...
Agency securities:
Federal Housing Admmistration debentures.




1967

1968

62
3,583

4,132

373

173

87,925

82,054

1, 334
3,787
12

5, 091
3,999
6

11
39

11
39

254
1
172

254
8
208
57

6

.

6

21, 362,481
200,000

22, 743,265
410,000

27,000
76,500
1,690,578
60,000

96,500
2,206,433
115,000

10,000
10,000
1,191,647
60,000

30,000
1,258,764
70,000

41,500
478,849
96
41
1
2

41,500
281,413
95
41
43
4

651,209

688,438
60

77, 502
7,996

75, 702
7,726
36

388

388

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TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1967-68—Continued
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of dollars]
Agency
Housing and Urban Development Department—Continued
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions:
Agency securities:
Federal Houshig Administration debentures
Defense famUy housmg mortgages
Special assistance functions:
Agency securities:
Defense famUy housmg mortgages
Participation sales fund
Agency securities:
Banks for cooperatives debentures
Federal mtermediate credit bank debentures
Tennessee Valley Authority..
Public housmg programsInterior Department:
Awards of Indian Claims Commission: Omaha tribes of Indians
Ute Mountam Indians, Colorado
Navajo Indians, Arizona and New Mexico
Awards of Indian Claims Commission: Cheyenne-Arapaho tribes of Indians
of Oklahoma
Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians, Oklahoma
Navajo and Ute Mountain Ute Indians, New Mexico
Preservation of bhthplace of Abraham Lincoln.
Bequest of George C. Edgeter, relief of indigent American Indians.
National Park trust fund
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund
Participation certfficates
Agency securities:
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures
Relief and rehabUitation, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act.
Relief and rehabilitation, Workmen's Compensation Act within the District
OfColumbia
State Department:
Foreign service rethement and disabUity fund
Conditional ght fund
Transportation Department:
Highway trust f u n d - . . .
Coast Guard general gift fund
Treasury Department:
Exchange StabUization Fund.
Participation certfficates
Agency securities:
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures
Pershmg HaU Memorial fund.
Office of the ComptroUer of the Currency
Participation certfficates
Esther CatteU Schmitt gift fund
General Services Administration:
National Archives gift fund
National Archives trust fund
Veterans' Administration:
Vieterans'reopened insurance fund
Veteran!s' special term insurance fund.
National service life insurance fund
Participation certfficates
Agency securities:
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures
Government Ufe msurance fund
General post fund, national homes.
Civil Service Coinmission:
CivU service rethement and disability fund
Participation certfficates
--Agency securities:
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures
Employees health benefits fund
Employees'life insurance fund..
Retired employees health benefits fund.
Export-Import Bank of the United States i
.Footn;o/te a t endl of table.




1967

1968

23
61,405

69,323

126,891
86,466

121,592
508,109

48.995
1.720
13,000

43.810
65,365
3.000

915
288
5,210

823
198
- 8,244

474
64
31
733

14,481
25
474
64
31
757

10,038,634
176,000

11,061,159
355,000

77,000
126,500

146.500

110
114

109

42,145

41.860
15

721,710

978,324
10

1,288,705
26,000

746.841

50,000
211
11,360
414

25,000
211
12,372
2,000
414

1,704
102

1,665
102

62,553
189,382
5,744,307
160,000

87,099
214,086
5,865,749
305,000

42,000
67,600
814,027
1,070

67,500
876,400
1,070

17,304,071
200,000

17,900,806
410,000

27,000
76,600
76,078
449,395
1,438
81,500

96,600
99,836
496,148
3,820

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TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities
June 30, 1967-68—Continued
[Amounts represent pnblic debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of doUars]
Agency

.

Farm Credit Admmistration:
Banks for cooperatives...
Agency securities:
Loans to Federal intermediate credit banks
Federal intermediate credit banks..
Agency securities:
Loans to banks for cooperatives.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Participation certfficates
Agency securities:
Federal National Mortgage Association debentui-es
Raihoad Rethement Board:
Raihoad rethement holding account
Raih-oad reth-ement account
Raih-oad retirement supplemental account.
Participation certificates
Agency securities:
;
Federal intermediate credit bank debentures.
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures
Tax Court of the United States:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund
Total

J

1967

1968
56,781

2,650
109,297

137,008

1,800
3,582,400

10,500
3,840,632

1,728,268

1,900,244
88,600

4,067
4,116,172
10,977
50,000

5,169
4,076,317
16,261
210,000

10,000
51,600

'...

46,042

71,500

4,000

124
..•-

148

73,817,323

79,137,448

MEMORANDUM

Investments in Federal home loan bank and Federal land bank securities:
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Federal home loan bank bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Federal disabUity insurance trust fund:
Federal home loan bank bonds
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal land bank bonds
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Participation sales fund:
Federal home loan bank notes and bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund:
Federal home loan bank bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Veterans' Administration:
Government life insurance fund:
Federal land bank bonds.
'
National service lUe insurance fund:
Federal home loan bank bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service rethement and disability fund:
Federal home loan bank notes and bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Farm Credit Admhiistration:
Banks for cooperatives:
Federal home loan bank notes and bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Federal intermediate credit banks:
Federal home loan bank bonds
Federal land bank bonds and loans
Railroad Rethement Board:
Raihoad rethement account:
Federal home loan bank bonds
Federal land bank bonds
Total

99,000
15,000
74,000
15,000
145,170
34,002

189,440
103,620

99,000
15,000

.,

83,250
60,000
15,000

.

99,000
16,000

479,100
115, 600
3,700

1,500 ...
3,250

2,005
11,280

99,000
15,000

50,000

887,172

954,545

1 Name changed from Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47).




STATISTICAL

65

APPENDIX

T A B L E 21.—Debt subject io statutory limitation,

outstanding J u n e 30,

1940-68

[On basis of daily T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s ]

J u n e 30

1940...
1941
1942
1943.1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1962
1953
1964
1.955
1966
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966...1967
1968

Public debt
subject to
limitation i

D e b t of U . S . G o v e r n m e n t agencies a n d
District of C o l u m b i a subject to l i m i t a t i o n 2
Interestbearing

$37,690,052,720 $5,497,556,555
43,123,336,151 6,359,619,105
69,586,197,977 4,548,529,256
136,369,140,696 4,091,686,621
206,464,185,760
1,615,638,626
268,237,605,076
409,091,867
268,455,970,443
466,671,984
257,401,895,875
83,212,285
251,468,110,667
68,768,043
252,000,437,177
23,862,383
256,632,630,395
17,077,809
254,537,402,501
27,364,069
258,461,032,792
44,092,646
266,469,663,620
50,881,686
270,708,863,230
80,415,386
273,870,706,735
43,267,786
272,287,327,974
73,100,900
270,081,184,136
106,434,150
275,912,219,021
100,665,260
284,287,464,940
110,429,100
285,925,122,549
139,305,000
288,621,647,080
239,694,000
297,767,548,338
443,688,600
305,491,889,669
606,489,600
311,351,181,709
812,272,200
316,990,533,998
588,900,600
319,640,673,677
460,474,100
325,958,925,138
511,788,700
346,924,671,182 4 3,818,220,100

Matured

D e b t subject
to limitation 3

Total

$31,614,100 $5,529,070,655 $43,219,123,375
10,633,475 6,370,252,580
49,493,588,731
19,730,375 4,568,269,630
74,164,457,607
8,266,426
4,099,943,046 140,469,083,742
107,430,675 1,623,069,301 208,077,266,051
24,066,626
433,158,392 268,670,763,468
9,712,875
476,384,859 268,932,365,302
6,307,900
89,520,186 267,491,416,060
4,692,775
73,460,818 261,541,571,385
3,413,025
27,275,408 252,027,712,585
2,425,225
19,503,034 256,652,133,429
1,863,100
29,227,169 254,566,629,670
1,472,700
45,566,346 258,506,698,138
1,191,076
52,072,761 265,521,736,381
1,026,000
81,441,386 270,790,304,616
885,175
. 44,142,961 273,914,849,696
787,675
73,888,475 272,361,216,449
703,800
107,137,960 270,188,322,086
665,360
101,220,600 276,013,439,621
690,050
111,019,150 284,398,474,090
536,775
139,841,775 286,064,964,324
621,450
240,215,450 288,861,862,530
630,425
444,218,925 298,211,767,263
1,120,775
606,610,375 306,098,500,044
' 719,725
812,991,926 312,164,173,634
1,425,650
590,326,050 317,680,860,048
1,073,175
461,547,276 320,102,220,952
407,375
512,196,075 326,471,121,213
365,800 3,818,586,900 360,743,157,082

1 I n c l u d e s d e b t incurred to finance expenditures of G o v e r n m e n t corporations a n d other agencies in exchange for which securities of t h e corporations a n d activities were issued to t h e T r e a s u r y (see table 103).
2 H e l d outside t h e T r e a s u r y .
3 A s u i m m a r y of legislation on d e b t limitation u n d e r t h e Second L i b e r t y B o n d Act, as a m e n d e d , from
Sept. 24,1917, t h r o u g h J u n e 30,1967, is s h o w n in t a b l e 31. Securities held outside t h e T r e a s u r y a r e included
in t h e limitation beginning A p r . 3, 1945. I n c o m p u t i n g s t a t u t o r y d e b t limitation, s a v m g s b o n d s are
carried a t m a t u r i t y v a l u e from t h e i r origin in 1935 u n t i l J u n e 26, 1946; from t h a t d a t e t h e y are carried a t
current redemption value.
4 I n c l u d e s $3,260 mUlion in participation certificates.




TABLE

22.-—Puhlic

debt outstanding by classification, J u n e 30, 1958-68

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[In miUions of doUars. On basis of daily Treasury statements see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " ]
Class
Interest-bearing:
Public issues:
Mai-ketable:
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation
Other
.-._-..-_..-.__.....
Certfficates of indebtedness (regular)
Treasury notes.,
Treasury bonds
._
Panama Canal bonds

1958

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

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Nonmarketable:
Certfficates of indebtedness:
Foreign currency series
Foreign series
Treasury certfficates.
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds:
Foreign currency series..
Foreign series
Investment series
REA series
4% Treasury bonds
Treasury notes:
Foreign currency series
Foreign series
U.S. savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds
U.S. savings bonds
Total nonmarketable issues..
Total public issues
Special issues:
Canal Zone Postal Savings System notes
CivU service retuement fund:
Certfficates
_
Notes
Bonds
Exchange StabiUzation Fund certfficates
Export-Import Bank ofWashington certfficates


25,903

32,920
20,416
90,883
60

25,006
3,002
4,009
33,843
27,314
84,803
50

166,675

-..-.-

Total marketable issues



1959

22,406

178,027

183,845

7,512
17,660
51,483
81,247
50

26,914
1,603
8,307
13,338
56,257
80,830

32,225
1,802
8.009
13,547
66,464
76,025

37,729

39,730

9,501
22,169
52,145
81,964

11,010
67,284
88,461

187,148

196,072

203,608

206,489

43, 659

.

W

42,922

46,827

49,432

i2,708
6,610
49,108
97,418

i s , 008

62,549
102,481

12,008
1,652
50,649
101,897

71, 073
91,079

208,696

209,127

210, 672

226, 592

778
95
59

4 3G8
305
93
44

5 431
275
48
45

6 217
893
30
30

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10 689
174
2,692
23
4

i44
2,689
26

2,516
23

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860

171

183

170

in

i38

9,621

8,365

6,783

5,830
19

4,727
26

2 25
465
2
103
7 604

3 30
240
18
103
8 802

51,984

50,503

47,544

47, 514

47, 607

3,921
27

3,546
25
20

8 1,137
204
3,256
26
9

183

.—

152

150

338

n
48,314

5
49,299

ii
50,043

ie
50,637

11460
206
1
21
51, 213

12 1, 523
994
203
27
51, 712

61,777

59,050

54,497

53,481

53,431

53, 645

64,240

55,768

55,183

55,459

237,078

238,342

240, 629

249,503

257,163

260,729

264,463

264,311

266,131

284,874

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68, 282

228,452

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4,249
1,540
1,925

298
2,072
6,212

186
1,892
7,289

170
1,608
8,604

210
1,236
9,899

80
1,066
11,263
108

73
986
12,432
292

70
1,002
13,466
232

41
2,626
12, 480
660

S
H
4,101
11,426
833
82

5,457
10,169
722

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation notes
Federal disabUity insurance ti-ust fund:
Certfficates
Notes
_
_
Bonds
Federal home loan banks:
Certfficates....
Notes
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Certfficates..
_
Notes
_
Federal Housing Admhiistration notes:
Apartment unit insurance fund..
Armed services housmg mortgage insurance fund
Experimental housing insm-ance fund
Housing insurance fund
_
Housing investment insurance fund
Mutual mortgage insurance fund
National defense housing insurance fund.
Section 203 home improvement account..
Section 220 home improvement account
Section 220 housing insurance fund
_.
Section 221 housing insurance fund
Sei-vicemen's mortgage insurance fund
Title I housing insurance fund
_
Title I insmance fund..
War housing insmance fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Certfficates
Notes
Bonds
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Certificates
Notes
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Certfficates.
Notes
Foreign service retirement fund certfficates
Government life insurance fund:
Certfficates
Notes
Bonds
Highway trust fund certfficates
:..__
National service life insurance fund:
Certfficates
Notes
—
Bonds
Postal Savings System notes
RaUroad retirement account:
Certfficates
_
Notes.Bonds
Railroad rethement holding account certificates
Footnotes at end of table.




673

_

694

566

500

260

270

312

67

85

174

89
394
1,050

56
487
1,474

34
464
1,801

1
336
1,967

6
84
2,076

1
1,901

1,563

158
992

384
992

900
992

165

-.-_

629

658
150
188

165

59

60

74

372

82

100

924

52

152

52
733

16
1,176

1,259

_

1
(*)

1
18
4

_..

(*)
(*)
_

_

(*)
4

..
4

(*)

15
1

15
1

26
(*)
(*)

4

(*)

15

(*)

10

(*)

3
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96

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441
1,387
14,372

1,080
257
13,737

14,221

598
14.201

141
1,032
14,088

2,820
11,584

940
5,316
11,684

116

104

138

182

98

332

287

223

3

26

29

32

-.
37

38

39

40

42

32
447
42

281
42

1,144

1,127

822

429

1
295
811
1

222
849
234

7
142
879
436

74
929
678

1
955
609

933
265

78
860
238

78
736
722

142
734
978

—.

5,665

5,742

8
1,547
4,248

1,168
4,691

1 __
782
395
6,021
6,319
26

8
5,775

8
28
5,873

14
613
6,486

606
5,138

918
4,937

-

3,631

3,417

3,686

3,504
.-.-

3,316
—

119
686
2,164

208
460
2,465

218
593
2,465

67
976
2,280
4

1,220
2,063
5

...

23
10

2
l

14
8

.

2,786
'

1

l
l

4
(*)

270
2,428
13,715

23
16

2
l

2

(*)
l
l

l

2

400
4,032
12,795

23
6

2

(*)

10

14

112

—

1
2
l

l
l

(*)
l
l

l

1

(*)

9,925
3,860
4,825

-

1
2
l

(*)

15

(*)

1
1
2
l
29
6

24

1

l

1
14

1
1
3
I
34
7

1

1
l

1
10
l
4

9
8

l

10
11
6
7,638
11,584
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TABLE 22.—Public debt outstanding hy classification, June 30, 1958-68—Continued

Pi

[In miUions of doUars]

o

Class
Interest-bearing—C ontinued
Special issues—Continued
Railroad r e t i r e m e n t s u p p l e m e n t a r y account certfficates.
U n e m p l o y m e n t t r u s t fund certfficates
V e t e r a n s ' special t e r m i n s u r a n c e fund certfficates
V e t e r a n s ' reopened i n s u r a n c e fund
T o t a l special issues..
T o t a l interest-bearing d e b t
M a t u r e d d e b t o n w h i c h interest h a s ceased
D e b t bearing no interest:
Special notes of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s :
I n t e r n a t i o n a l M o n e t a r y F u n d series
I n t e m a t i o n a l D e v e l o p m e n t Association series
I n t e r - A m e r i c a n D e v e l o p m e n t B a n k series
Special b o n d s of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s :
U . N . C h U d r e n ' s F u n d Series
U . N . Special F u n d Series
U . N . / F A O World F o o d P r o g r a m Series
Mortgage G u a r a n t y I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y tax a n d loss b o n d s . . .
U . S . savings s t a m p s 13.
Excess profits tax refund b o n d s
U . S . notes Gess gold reserve t h r o u g h 1967) 14..
D e p o s i t s for r e t i r e m e n t of n a t i o n a l b a n k a n d F e d e r a l R e s e r v e
b a n k notes
O t h e r d e b t bearing no interest
Total debt bearing no interest...
T o t a l gross p u b l i c d e b t 16




1958

1969

1960

1962

1961

1963

1966

1966

1967

1968

o
11
6,671
48

6,580
85

4,626
106

4,657

4,803
101

4,931
123

149
3

7,075
170
19

15

7,785

8,807

189
53

214
87

46,246

44,756

44,899

45,043

44,939

44,801

48,650

51,120

66,156

274, 698
274,

281,833

283,241

285, 672

294,442

301,954

307,357

313,113

315,431

322,286

344,400

697

476

445

349

438

310

295

292

308

284

254

>

2,496
58

2,667
115
56

2,922
129
125

3,289
142
150

3,167
138
160

3,614
64
132

2, 209

o

66
2

75
2

38

618

1,979

61

60

191

l
191

182
6

2,238

53
l

52
l

l

46, 627

3,328

59, 526

t=j
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w

63
l
191

64
1
191

64
1
191

55
1
167

66
1
166

57
1
166

4
59
1
323

139

116
59

110
58

91
23

86
11

82
11

80
249

191

191

169
6

167
6

147
6

1,048

2,396

2,645

2,950

3,321

3,596

4,061

3,869

4,168

3,651

2,924

276,343

284,706

286,331

288,971

298,201

305,860

311,713

317,274

319,907

326,221

347,578

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1 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 46,500,000,000
Italian Ure.
2 DoUar equivalent of certfficates issued and payable in the amount of 110,000,000
Swiss francs.
3 Dollar equivalent of certfficates issued and payable in the amount of 130,000,000
Swiss francs.
4 Dollar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 800,000,000
Deutsche Marks and 727,000,000 Swiss francs.
6 Dollar equivalent of certfficates issued and payable in the amount of 800,000,000
Deutsche Marks, 885,000,000 Swiss francs, and 650,000,000 Austrian schiUings.
fl DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 440,000,000
Swiss francs.
7 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds issued and payable in the amount of
124,050,000,000 Italian lure, 647,000,000 Swiss francs, 800,000,000 Deutsche Marks,
650,000,000 Austrian schillings, and 1,500,000,000 Belgian francs.
8 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds issued and payable in the amount of
1,057,000,000 Swiss francs, 1,900,000,000 Deutsche Marks, 1,300,000,000 Austrian schillings, and 1,600,000,000 Belgian francs.
0 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds Issued and payable in the amount of
1,412,000,000 Swiss francs, 2,700,000,000 Deutsche Marks, 2,600,000,000 Austrian schilhngs, and 1,600,000,000 Belgian francs.




1 Dollar equivalent of Treasury bonds issued and payable in the amount of 685,000,000
0
Swiss francs, 800,000,000 Deutsche Marks, 1,950,000,000 Austrian schiUings, 1,600,000,000
Belgian francs, and 78,000,000,000 ItaUan lire.
iiDoUar equivalent of Treasury notes issued and payable in the amount of 687,000,000
Swiss francs, 600,000,000 Deutsche Marks, 650,000,000 Austrian schilUngs, and 78,000,000,000
ItaUan Ure.
1 DoUar equivalent of Treasury notes issued and payable in the amount of 1,217,2
000,000 Swiss francs, 700,000,000 Deutsche Marks, 650,000,000 Austrian schUlings.
3,000,000,000 Belgian francs, and 78,000,000,000 Italian lire.
1 On Oct. 1,1942, they replaced postal savings stamps which had been Postal Savings
3
System's obligations.
1 Gold reserves requirements eliminated pursuant to Public Law 90-269, approved
4
Mar. 18, 1968.
1 Includes $95,655,198 of old series currency which by authority of the Old Series
5
Currency Adjustment Act, approved June 30,1961 (31 U.S.C. 912-916), was transferred
to debt bearing no interest.
1 Includes certain securities not subject to statutory Umitation. Includes public
6
debt incurred to finance expenditures of whoUy owned Government corporations and
other business-type activities in exchange, for which securities of the corporations and
activities were issued to the Treasury: see table 103.
NOTE.—For comparable data for 1931-43, see the 1943 annual report, page 664; for
1944-54, see 1954 annual report, page 472; and for 1955-66, see 1966 annual report, page 657.
Composition of the public debt 1916-45, is shown in the 1947 annual report, p. 361.
For reconciliation with public debt accounts for 1968, see table 26.

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g

[Face amount, in thousands of dollars. On basis of daily Treasury statements, see " Bases of Tables"]

^

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^
Issuing agency

—

.

1958

.

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

.

1966

-

1967

1968

_

UNMATURED D E B T

District of Columbia Armory Board stadium bonds
Federal Housing Administration debentmes:
Mutual mortgage insmance fund..
_
Cooperative management housing insurance fund
General insurance fund:
General insurance
_
Armed services housing mortgage insurance fund
Housing insurance fund
—.
.
National defense housing insurance fund...
Section 203 home improvement account
Section 220 housing insurance fund.
_
Section 221 houshig insmance fund.
Servicemen's mortgage insurance fund
._
Title I housing insurance fund
War housing insurance fund
Total unmatured debt




476

(i)

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

O
Htj

333,523

133,402
1,636

73,658
7,624

43,643
15,496

2,676
76,723
71,965
6
23,514
31,666
22,886
373
5,970
588,900

142,426
1,714
57,583
46,400
(*)
19,672
12,284
19,868
319
5,381
460,474

279,009
1,695
49,173
29,090

369,715
291
43,652
27,272

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19,672
12,191
15,416
223
4,339
511,789

19,672
12,118
12,709
163
3,788
568,220

9,987

8,699

11,411

26,389

194,716

328,062
__

499,018

8,324
8,987
47,734
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^

_
10,466
9,970
259^446

__
19,368
9,232
71,737

62,420
23,406
75,393

47,277
36,299
92,661

6,691
89,942
79,354

8
78
377
26,070
100,565

._
8
38
213
21,691
2110,429

10
217
680
411
25,762
139,305

4,780
1,673
186
26,647
239,694

66
23,353
12,609
633
17,385
443,688

16,001
63,445
98,124
2
9,360
36,568
22,746
523
10,869
606,490

._

27,547
56,836
31,111
254
3,720
812,272

H
W
H
>>
^
H
^
^

MATURED D E B T 3

Federal Fai-m Mortgage Corporation
Federal Housing Administration
__
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Total matured debt 4
Total 4

_

240
___

._

214

415

376

___

666

690

_.

101,221

2 111,019

*Less than $600.
1 Excludes guaranteed securities of the District of Columbia Ai-mory Board in the
amount of $96 thousand not reported in the daUy Treasm-y statement of June 30, 1969.
2 Includes $179 thousand face amount redeemed as of June 30, 1959, but omitted from
transactions cleared on that date.




193
12
331
537
139,842

174
25
323

170
57
303

161
669
291

144
299
276

133
1,026
268

124
682
266

120
35
252

109
7
249

521

530

1,121

720

1,426

1,073

407

366

240,215

444,219

606,610

812,992

590,326

461,647

612,196

568,586

3 Funds are on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States for payment of these
securities.
4 Consists of principal only.
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. .,C^AO rr.
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AnA -r^
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NOTE.—For figmes for 1940-67 see 1958 annual report, p. 474. For secm-ities held
by the Treasury, see table 103.

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TABLE 24.—Interest-hearing securities issued by
[In thousands of dollars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of
Defense
Department -

•Picn al

year or m o n t h

1964
1965.
1966.
1957
1958.
1959
1960
1961.
1962
1963.
1964
1965
1966.
1967
1968.
1967-"July::'.:'.'.:'.:'.'.'.
August..
September
October
November
December
1968-- J a n u a r y .
February
March
AprU...
May.
June

Total

963,466 .
1,659,272 .
1,753,851
2,893,671
3,967,533
5,040,086
6,769,563
6,477,251
7,927,357
8,123,100
8,631,601
9,335,163
13,376,772
18,455,327
24,399,459
18,572,366
18, 602,957
18,347,724
18, 778,635
18,776,036
20,105,046
21,665,190
21,670, IK)
22,018,924
23,376,616
23,495,342
24,399,469

Family
housing
mortgages
a n d homeowners
assistance
mortgages

14,907
606,425
1,037.728
1,571,613
1,867,347
2,129,942
2,268,448
2,238,252
2,182,620
2, 111, 939
2,035, 591
1,951,463
2,029,666
2,023, 542
2,017,497
2,011,431
2,003,790
1,991,676
1,985,642
1,979,401
1,973,373
1,967,168
1,960,948
1,961,463

Housing and Urban Development Department
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association
Federal
Houshig
Admhiistration

80,416
43,258
73,101
106,434
100,565
110.429
138,841
219,919
423,946
586,358
792,771
670,087
441,357
492,024
548,427
500,986
604,081
502, 550
504,709
524,068
524,874
533,725
531.430
540, 612
541,247
548,659
648,427

Participation sales
fund

Secondary
market
operations

Other

.
.
.

.
300,000
2,110,000
4,830,000
7,900,000
4,795,000
4,795, 000
4,795,000
4,796,000
4, 765,000
6,740,000
6,990, 000
6,990,000
'6,990,000
7, 970,000
7,970,000
7,900,000

100,000
1,050,110
1,165,186
1,290,125
2,284,542
2,198,920
2,567, 630
1,960,612
1,698,902
1,797,494
3,269,379
4,079,103
5,887,062
4,070,146
4,049,630
3,926,725
4,432,520
4, 643,310
4,919,123
6,087,410
5,148,830
5,481, 556
6,650,306
6,648,036
5,887,062

570,374
670,374
670,374
803,785
797,365
797,359
26
5
..
..
..
..
...
..
..
-.
-.
.

1 Name changed from Export-Import Bank of Washhigton by an act approved Mar. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47).




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
Federal agencies, fiscal years 1954-68
Receipts and Expenditures ofthe United States Government"
Memorandum

O t h e r i n d e p e n d e n t agencies
ExportImport
Bank
of t h e
United
States 1

300,000
520,000
827, 000
1,022,000
1,385, 000
2,163,616
2,570, 533
2,161,108
2,132, 611
2, 066, 638
2,053,773
1,965,298
1,975,298
1, 967,455
1,842,488
1, 699,861
1,854, 532
1,886, 978
2, 670, 633

F a r m Credit
Administration
B a n k s for
cooperatives

Federal
intermediate
credit
banks

137,600
131,400
152,650
192,505
207,480
314, 535
344,375
387, 000
467,275
469,425
624,825
708,960
880,870
1,071,628
1,229,515
1,123,618
1,177,191
1,167,441
1,201,493
1,228, 733
1,216, 783
1,313,311
1,298,363
1,393,812
1,359,368
1,312,198
1,229, 615

744,375
813,310
866,995
958,495
1,183,395
1,489,275
1,632,280
1, 753,525
1, 903,070
2,172,790
2,369,316
2, 628, 580
2,892,825
3,362,676
3,778, 580
3,473,176
3,602.350
3,452,330
3,360,675
3,267,315
3,264,430
3,304,885
3,386,810
3,466,195
3, 549,106
3,669,635
3,778,580




Federal
Home
Loan
Bank
Board

692
697
536
481
467
414
349
340
319
306
291
279
277
263
6,693
262
261
261
261
261
4,611
4,611
4,610
5,694
5,693
5,693
6,693

Tennessee
Valley
Authority

50,000
146,000
145,000
180,000
225,000
285,000
417,200
625,000
415,200
415,000 •
417,000
415,600
475,000
475,000
476, 000
484,945
476, 700
475,000
600,000
625,000

Other

383
333
295
265
240
214
193
174
170
161
144
133
125
3,328
3,196
3,306
3,292
3,282
3,272
3,261
3,261
3,251
3,231
3,222
3,206
3,196
3,196

Federal
home
loan
banks

Federal
land
banks

116,100
335,600
868,740
733,300
465,000
992,425
1,254,575
1,054, 575
1,796,835
2,770,150
4,201,320
4,757,135
6,309,805
4,687,900
4,701,760
4,604,606
4,417,200
4,174,685
4,072,646
4,076,210
4,062,140
4,325,860
4,384,848
4,133,110
4,132,871
4,161,920
4,701,750

1,007,000
1,061,000
1,322,000
1,652,000
1,646,000
1,888,000
2,137,000
2,357,000
2, 550,719
2,725,204
2,973,526
3,632,441
4,105,926
4,611,970
5,319,421
4,718,890
4,789,378
4,787,727
4,881,894
4,872,861
4,911,856
4,997,089
4,990,940
5,125,900
5,121,088
5,226,776
5,319,421

District
of
Columbia
stadium
fund

476
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800

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T A B L E 25.—Maturity distribution and average length of marketable
public debt,^ J u n e 30, 1946-68

interest-bearing

[DoUar a m o u n t s in miUions. O n basis of daUy T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s ]
Fiscal year

Within
1 year

Ito 5
years

5 to 10
years

10 to 16
years

15 to 20
years

20 years
a n d over

Total

B y call classes (due or first becoming callable)
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1962.
1953
1964
1966
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964.
1965
1966
1967
1968

$62,091 $35,067 $32,847 $16,012 $21,227
42,522
18,932
13,326
27,076
62,442
49,870
46,124
10,464
12,407
41,481
62,302
39,176
15,067
13,715
34,888
61,802
15,926
19,281
26,853
42,448
31,022
16,012
21,226
8,797
60,860
29,434
13,321
20,114
6,594
70,944
30,162
13,018
26,546
76,017
27,113
19,937
03,291 = 38,407
61,152
46.399
42,755
11,371
36,942
40,363
8,387
64,910
41,497
26,673
6,488
76,697
46,705
657
2,258
73,060 ; 39,401
28,075
1,276
2,256
81,678 J 68,266
79,182
81,296
14,173
1,123
2,484
70,760
18,391
1,123
3,125
84,856
67,769
18,665
1,641
4,966
89,906
68,980
20,522
4,304
4,526
91,202
66,964
22,680
6,048
4,624
92,272
51,377
33,063
4,192
3,040
99,792
65,010
28,922
6,097
1,125
100,961
69,824
21,006
6,087
1,121
106,837
64,470
30,754
6,078
2,330
106,407

1946
1947
1948.
1949
1960
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1966
1967
1958
1969
1960
1961
1962.
1963
1964
1966
1966
1967
1968

$61,974
51,211
48,742
48,130
42.338
43,908
46,367
65,270
62,734
49,703
68,714
71,962
67,782
72,968
70,467
81,120
88,442
85,294
81,424
87,637
89,136
89,648
118,220

Average length

Years

Months
4
5
1
7
2
10
1
11
3
7
2
7
2

$22,372
14,405

$189,606
168,702
160,346
165,147
155,310
137,917
140,407
1,592
147,335
1,606
160,354
3,530
156,206
4,351
154,953
4,349
155,706
6,604
166,675
6,485
178,027
5,688
183,845
8,893
187,148
13,157
196,072
13,976
203,508
15,111 206,489
17,241 208,696
17,023
209,127
16,797
210,672
16,653
226,692

B y m a t u r i t y classes 2
$24,763
21,851
: 21,630
32,562
51,292
46,526
47,814
36,161
29,866
39,107
34,401
40,669
42,567
58,304
72,844
58.400
67,041
68,026
66,453
66,198
60,933
71,424
52,657

$41,807
35,562
32,264
16,746
7,792
8,707
13,933
16,651
27,515
34,263
28,908
12,328
21,476
17,062
20,246
26,435
26,049
37,385
34,929
39,169
33,696
24,378
33,538 '

$8,707
13,009
14, 111
14, 111
10,289
8,764
6,686
2,117
8,696
17,242
20,192
19,919
26,999
20,971
11,746
8,706
6,967
2,244
2,244
2,609
4,518
4,514
4,509

$8,764
5,588
2,118
8,710
17,746
21,226
20,114
26,546
19,937
11,371
8,387
6,488
664
664
884
1,627
3,362
6,115
6,110
6,841
3,922
3,912
5,180

$43,699 $189,606
41,481
168,702
41,481
160,346
34,888
155,147
25,853
166,310
8,797
137,917
6,594
140,407
1,692
147,335
1,606
150,364
3,630
166,206
4,351
154,953
4,349
165,705
7,208
166,675
8,088
178,027
7,658
183,846
10,960
187,148
15,221 196,072
14,444 203,608
16,328 206,489
17,241 208,695
17,023 209,127
16,797
210.672
12,487 226,592

9
9
9
8
8
6
6
5
6
5
5
4
6
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
4
4
3

1
5
2
9
2
7
8
4
6
10
4
9
3
7
4
6
11
1
0
4
11
7

1 Includes p u b l i c d e b t incurred to finance expenditures of wholly o w n e d G o v e r n m e n t corporations a n d
other business-type activities in exchange for w h i c h securities of t h e corporations a n d activities were issued
to t h e T r e a s u r y .
2 All issues are classified to flnal m a t u r i t y except partially tax-exempt b o n d s w h i c h h a v e been classified
to earliest call d a t e . T h e last of these b o n d s were caUed o n A u g . 14, 1962, for r e d e m p t i o n on D e c . 15,1962.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

75

TABLE 26.—Summary of ihe puhlic debt on an accounting basis, June 30, 1968

Classification

Computed
rate of
interesti

Amount out- Transactions
standing on
in transit
basis of daily as of June 30,
Treasury
1968
statement

Amount outstanding
on basis of
public debt
accounts

PUBLIC D E B T
INTEREST-BEARING DEBT

Public Issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly
Regular monthly.
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
Subtotal
Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury notes:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury bonds, foreign series
Treasury certificates.
U.S. savings bonds
U.S. savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds.
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds, investment series.

Percent
2 5.693
2 5.760
6.294
3.681
4. 757

226, 592,105,760

5.628
4.128

893,000,000.
217,489,654.

5.805
5.371
4.250
4.834
3.816
4.740
3.910
2.000
2.000
2.760

Subtotal

3.876

Total public issues..

4. 676

Special Issues:
Civil service retfrement fund
Exchange StabUization Fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp
Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal home loan b a n k s . .
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance
trustfund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.,
Federal supplementary medical insurance
trustfund
Foreign service rethement fund
Government life insurance fund.
Highway trustfund..
National service life insurance fund
Raifroad retfrement account
Raifroad retirement holding account...
RaUroad retfrement supplemental account..
Unemployment trust fund.
Veterans' special term insm-ance fund
Veterans' reopened insurance fund

4.089
5.501
5.450
4.437
5.450
5.120

-1,073, 500 226, 691, 032, 250

893,000,000
217,489, 664

994,418,446.
994,418,446
1,522,954,227.
1, 522, 954, 227
113,929,534.
113,929, 534
30,279,695.
30, 279, 696
51,711,641,029 -6,229,854 61, 705,411,176
4, 557, 514
202, 616,451
207,072,965
26, 652,647
8,259
26, 560,906
30, 248, 600
200,000
30,448, 600
23,116,000
-205,000
22,910,000
2, 515,955, 000 -1,636,000 2, 614, 319,000
68, 282, 099,184 - 3, 305,081

68, 278,794,104

284,874, 204,934 -4,378,681 284,869,826,354

16, 625, 953, 000
721,841,348
173, 919, 000
1, 891,438, 000
152, 000, 000
1,258,764,000

3.984
5.450

15,625,953,000..
721,841,348..
173,919,000.
1,891,438,000.
152,000,000.
1, 258, 764. OOOIO, 221,217, 00036, 040, 000-

, 19,221,217,000
36,040, 000

4.770
3.973
3.764
4.750
3.626
4.461
6.760
6.750
4.375
4.000
5.625

281, 413,000..
41, 860,000..
876, 400,000..
978, 324,000..
5, 865,749,000..
3, 282,631,000...
5, 169,000..
15, 261,000..
8, 807,138,000..
214, 086,000..
87, 099,000..

281,413, 000
41, 860,000
876, 400,000
978,324, 000
, 5,855,749,000
. 3,282,631,000
5,169,000
15,261, 000
. 8,807,138,000
214, 086,000
87,099,000

59,526,302,348..

69,626,302,348

Subtotal.

4.133

Total interest-bearing debt.

4.499

Matured debt on which interest has ceased.

$46,829,864,000
-$5,000 $46,829,869,000
17, 610,376,000.
17,610,376,000
71,073,066,000
2,679,000 71,075,744, 000
91,078,800,750 -3,747, 500 91,076, 053, 250

344,400,607, 282 - 4 , 378,581 344,396,128, 702
253,982,180 -40,318,726

213,663,454

DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST

International Monetary Fund..
Other
Total gross public debt..

2,209,000,000.
714,916,963

-377,651

2,209,000,000
714, 539,312

347,578,406,426 -45,074,958 347,533,331,468

1 On daily Treasury statement basis.
2 Included in debt outstanding at face amount, but the annual interest rate is computed on the discount
value.

3'23H147—&9-




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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

TABLP; 27.—Public debt securities outstanding on an accounting basis, J u n e 30,
1954-68
[On basis bf daily T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s a n d p u b l i c d e b t accounts]
P u b l i s h e d in
daUy T r e a s u r y
statements

Fiscal y e a r

1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968




:

:

$271,259,699,108
274,374,222,803
272,750,813,649
270,527,171,896
276,343,217,746
284,705,907,078
286,330,760,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
305,869,632,996
311,712,899,257
317,273,898,984
319,907,087,795
326,220,937,796
347,678,406,426

Transactions
in t r a n s i t
as of J u n e 30
-$37,518,610
-16,973,392
-22,425,470
-34,337,736
-52,446,379
-27,383,115
-63,068,909
-26,332,668
-63,942,420
-31,642,291
-35,361,310
-68,427,727
-55,867,863
-39,691,067
-46,074,968

Total

$271,222,080,498
274,358,249,410
272,728,388,179
270,492,834,161
276,290,771,367
284,678,623,963
286,267,691,939
288,946,606,042
298,136,880,301
306,828,090,706
311,677,537,947
317,216,471,256
319,861,229,943
326,181,246,728
347,533,331,468

T A B L E 28=—Description of public debt issues outstanding J u n e 30, 1968
[On basis of P u b l i c D e b t accounts, see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " ]
Description

Date

When redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

A v e r a g e price
A m o u n t issued
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT *
Public Issues
Marketable:
T r e a s u r y biUs: Series m a t u r i n g
a n d a p p r o x i m a t e yield t o
m a t m i t y (%): s e
Regular m o n t h l y :
(•4.732.... J u n e 30, 1 9 6 7 . . .
J u n e 30, 1968 ' - - - - A u i l " : : g e p t . 30, 1967

$95.189{Cash-^gK ^ ^ ^ ^0, 1968.

96-113{ifeUe.
Regular weekly:
J u l y 6, 1968

5 . 6 9 3 . - . . J a n . 4, 1968...

•July 5, 1968-

5.'i46^^'- A p r . 4, 1 9 6 8 . .
98-685{ifchange:
97.282{gfJ^-,-3:

5 . ' 3 7 6 " ' " J a n . 11, 1968J u l y 11, 1968-

h ' . m v . : : Apr. 11,1968

K^^y ^^' i^^^-

98-658{gxcL{ge:

•5.'238".I- Jan. 18, 1968..
J u l y 18, 1968..

5."462:::: Apr. 18, 1968.

N ^ 18' 1 9 ^ 98-619{gfchange:

5,"334'"" Jan. 25, 1968
J u l y 26, 1968.
Regular monthly:
July 31, 1968-

1

5.'543:::: Apr. 25, 1968.

k^^y 26, 1968.

.^ ^^Q _ j ^ ^ ^ 3^^ ^^^.^__
h ^ ^ i s : : " oct. 31, 1967

K^^^ ^1, 1968.

Sold at a
discount,
payable at
par on
matmity

97-303{Exchange:
98.599|g J^j^-g^^-g_-

95.961

iCash
lExchange.

ni

Regular weekly:

.^ ^^^ _

F e b . 1, 1968.

^"g-1'1968

5-498-;

M a y 2,1968.

A u g . 1, 1968-

07 4Q4/Cash
^^•^^nExchange98-610{ixcha^{ge:

-^^g-8'1968

(5.'126"
h-lQQ"

F e b . 8,1968M a y 9, 1968.

A u g . 8, 1968.

f5.'276'".. F e b . 16, 1968.
-

^ " g - 1^' 1968

5.-557:::: M a y 16, 1968..

A u g . 15, 1968.

97-412{gfeSange:

QS-SifcLige:
97-333{gf,|5--;
98-595{EfchB^ig-e:

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




$775, 800, 000. 00
224, 747, 000.00
381, 611, 000.00
118, 394, 000.00

$1, 500, 552, 000. 00
U^

758, 476,000.00
242, 571, 000.00
1, 203, 376,000.00
397, 058,000.00
798, 864, 000.00
203, 016,000.00
1,289, 613,000.00
310, 972, 000.00
768, 032,000.00
232, 721,000.00
1, 216, 062, 000.00
410, 000.00
590,000.00
202, 778,000.00
1, 205, 487,000.00
395, 519, 000.00
759, 879,000.00
240,672,000.00
379,958,000.00
120, 671,000.00

2, 601,480, 000.00

2,602, 364,000.00

S
ZP
t-i

o

>

2,603, 216,000. 00

2,603,374, 000.00

]
I
l"
J

738,800,000.00
261,188,000.00
1,183,818,000.00
416,614,000.00
769,193,000.00
231, 712, 000.00
1,260,228, 000.00
340,063,000.00
869,863, 000.00
132,055, 000.00
1,273,683,000.00
326,326, 000.00

g

1,601,080,000.00

2, 600, 420,000.00

2, 601,196,000.00

2,601,927,000.00

-^I

TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic issues outstanding June 30, 1968—Continued
OO
Description

Date

When r e d e e m a b l e
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

Average price
A m o u n t issued
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstandings

INTEREST-BEARING
D E B T a—Continued
Pablic Issues—Con.
Marketable—Continued
T r e a s m y bUls: Series m a t u r ing a n d a p p r o x i m a t e yield
to m a t m i t y (%): 3 e _ O o n .
5 . 1 3 4 . . . . F e b . 23, 1968.
A u g . 22, 1968-

5."848'--- M a y 23, 1968..

97.419[ j , ^ ^ ! ^ ^ ; — ;
A u g . 22, 1968.
98.522^j,j^^j^^-^-gg-_-

5."235-'" F e b . 29, 1968.
A u g . 29, 1968

5 . " 6 9 7 " " M a y 31, 1968..

A u g . 29, 1968.
98-576{g^^-^-^-gg_-

o

$776,981,000.00
223,197, 000.00
1, 216, 740, 000. 00
383, 940, 000.00
768, 744,000.00
241, 694, 000.00
1, 204,808, 000.00
395, 228,000.00

$2, 600, 858, 000.00

O
2, 600, 474,000.00

Regular m o n t h l y :
p . 100A u g . 3 1 , 1968

A u g . 3 1 , 1967-.

\i:i22.

N o v . 30, 1967..

94-815{g?^S---:

A u g . 31, 1968-

Q. j^.j^fCash

774,810, 000.00
225,626,000.00
424, 491,000.00
75, 684, 000.00

1, 600, 611,000.00

o

Regular w e e k l y :
[6.172---- Mar. 7, 1 9 6 8 - . .
S^P^- ^' 1968

97.385|gJ^jj-g:^-g^;
Sept. 5, 1968...
98-572{gf,^-,--;

5 : 6 5 0 : : : : J u n e 6, 1968...

[ 5 . ' 3 2 i ! ' " Mar. 14, 1968.s e p t . 1 2 , 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . 5 - 7 i i : : : : j ^ ^ ^ 13^ i9g8_

Sept. 12, 1968..

Sold a t a discount;
p a y a b l e at p a r
on m a t m i t y .

97-310(gfehange:
98.656{g^jj^;^-g-^-;

Cb'.yii'.'.V. Mar. 21, 1968..
Sept. 19, 1968

U ' s y ^ : : : : j u n e 20, 1968..

Sept. 19, 1968..

98-590{gf,^-,-^-g--:

fS.'soi'-"" Mar. 28, 1968..
Sept. 26, 1968

J 5 : 2 3 7 : : : : J u n e 27, 1968..

97- 28l(El^hang'e'."

97-320{gf|-,--;
Sept. 26, 1968..
98-676{g^}^-a-^-g-g-_-

Regular m o n t h l y :
[ 5 . 1 2 4 . . . . S e p t . 3 0 , 1967..
SeP^-30'1968Regular w e e k l y :
Oct. 3, 1968

 Oct. 10, 1968
http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ 17, 1968
Oct.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

h . ' 5 8 5 : : : : Dec. 31,1967..

Sept. 30, 1968-

6 . 2 6 6 . . . A p r . 4, 1968..

. Oct. 3, 1968...

6 . 3 9 9 . . . A p r . 11, 1968..

94.79l{gfehange:
95-803{gf,^-g,;

. Oct. 10, 1968..

6 . 5 6 8 . . . A p r . 18, 1968.

Oct. 17, 1968..

97.338{£ J^jj-^-j^-g-g_9''- 270{E^hang"e'-"
0- , ^ J C a s h
^^••^^^lExchange.

777, 826, 000.00
222, 215, 000.00
1, 238, 379,000.00
361, 989,000.00
797, 116,000.00
203, 174,000.00
1,153, 694, 000.00
446, 893,000.00
735, 967,000.00
264, 084,000.00
1,173, 658, 000.00
426, 822, 000.00
798, 122, 000.00
202, 405, 000.00
1,167, 275, 000.00
432, 724, 000.00

2, 600, 409, 000.00

H
>»
S

2, 600, 777, 000.00

n

^
2, 600, 531,000.00

2, 600, 526, 000.00

f^
H
^
W
fei

>

769,854,000.00
230,352, 000.00
311, 615, 000.00
188, 575, 000.00
748, 318, 000.00
252,130,000.00
827,848, 000.00
172,663,000.00
878, 669,000.00
223,985,000.00

Ul

1,500, 396,000.00

\
]'
\
/-'
\
J-

1, 000,448, 000.00
1,000, 611,000.00
1,102, 644, 000.00

Oct. 24, 1968

5.689

A p r . 25, 1968

Oct. 24, 1968..
97.124{Erchange:

819,020,000.00 \
281,662,000.00 / -

1,100,682,000.00

789,957,000.00
211,813,000.00
336,647,000.00
163,523,000.00
827, 779,000.00
272,340,000.00

2,602,069,000.00

Regular m o n t h l y :
6.301..

Cash
94,.610{^
Exchange.

Oct. 31, 1967..

5'254''

J a n . 31, 1968-

5.'6iii:

'. M a y 2, 1968...

Regular weekly:
N o v . 7, 1968

5.697..

M a y 9, 1968

N o v . 7, 1968.-.

Nov. 14, 1968

5.750..

M a y 16, 1968

N o v . 14, 1968..

Nov. 21, 1968

5.996..

M a y 23, 1968

N o v . 21, 1968..

Nov. 29, 1968

5.869..

M a y 31, 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . N o v . 29, 1968..

S'i-Hixlhange.
87-033{ifeSange:

861,626,000.00
239,962,000.00
848,887,000.00
252,175,000.00
797,510,000.00
302,609,000.00
838,566,000.00
261,265,000.00

[6.431.... Nov. 30, 1967..
Nov.30, i968......]-:245:::: p^b. 29,ms......\^^^-^^' i^^^-

04 47Q/Cash
^^•^^nExchange.
/Cash.
95.998lExchange.

774,385,000.00
225,877,000.00
349,955,000.00
150,302,000.00

Oct. 31, 1968-.

Oct. 31, 1968..

««-0»lfEfch-ang-e:

^"«Hg"Sange.
«"Mi?cSan-ge:
S'-OaKEfchang-e:

"

1,101,578,000.00

"

1,101,062,000.00

"

1,100,119,000.00

"
,

1,099,821,000.00

Regular m o n t h l y :

Regular weekly:
D e c . 5, 1 9 6 8 . . .

5.699-.

J u n e 6, 1968

D e c : 5, 1 9 6 8 . .

Dec. 12, 1968

6.789..

J u n e 13, 1968

D e c . 12, 1968.

Dec. 19, 1968

5.633.

J u n e 20, 1968

D e c . 19, 1968.

Dec. 26, 1968

5.485

J u n e 27, 1968

D e c . 26, 1968.

Sold at a discount; p a y a b l e
a t p a r on m a turity.

9^- 119{ExchangeI
Q7 162/Cash
"'•'""'t Exchange.
"•227{Efchange.

866,866,000.00 "
232,573,000.00
836,668,000.00 '
263,463, 000.00 .
796,359,000.00 "
304,492,000. 00
801,314,000. 00
303, 718,000.00

Ul
1,600,519,000.00

i
HH

Ul
1,099,439,000.00
1,100,121,000.00

M

o

1,100,851,000.00
1,105,032,000.00

Regulai- m o n t h l y :
[ 5 . 5 4 4 . . . - D e c . 31, 1967

1

Dec. 31, 1 9 6 8 . . „ „ 5 - 4 2 § : : : : Mar. 31, 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . p ^ ' 31' 1968-

95-872{E|^h"ang"e:
94-645{g^^-3^-^-g-^-_-

[5^2671'." J a n . 31, 1968..

Jan. 31, 1969.

J5.6'6"5"."."I Apr. 30, 1968.

J a n . 31, 1969..

95-657{gj^^-a-n-g-e-:

[5."28'l.'''I F e b . 29, 1968.
F e b . 28, 1969

e.'o'se."::: M a y 31, 1968

[^^^- ^8, 1969.

Mar. 31, 1969 5

5'476'.'".'. Mar. 31, 1968

Mar. 31, 1969.

A p r . 30, 1969

5 . 6 6 3 . . . . A p r . 30, 1968

A p r . 30, 1969.

M a y 31, 1969

6.079

M a y 31, 1969..

Total Treasmy b U l s . .
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of taible.




M a y 31, 1968

""WixlSang-e:

"Cash
94. 646^
.Exchange.
95-385{g^^^-^-j;g-g-_-

94-449{gf,S-,-,-g-:
94.258{gf,S-,-^g-,-:
93,837|g^^j^-g-^-g-g-_-

728, 529, 000.00
271,416, 000.00
339,098, 000.00
160,451, 000.00
719,059, 000. 00
281,019, 000. 00
350,151, 000. 00
150,236, 000. 00
760,931, 000. 00
260,855, 000. 00
350,270, 000. 00
160,174, 000. 00
736,300, 000. 00
263,819, 000. 00
726, 717, 000. 00
274,067, 000. 00
721, 678, 000. 00
280,489, 000. 00

1,002,167,000. 00

64,440,235,000.00

64,440,235,000.00

U
1,499,494,000.00

1,600,465,000. 00

1,502,230,000. 00
1,000,119,000. 00
1,000,784,000. 00

CO

(X)
O

TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding June 30, 1968—Continued
When redeemable Interest payment
or payable i
date

Description

Average price
Amount issued
received (per $100)

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING
DEBT a—Continued
Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasury notes: '
4>i% Series C-1968 (effective May 15, 1967
rate 4.2832%).

Id

o
Aug. 16, 1968

Feb. 15-Aug. 16.

Exchange at 99.95. $5,803,894,000.00 .
Exchange at 100.05.
639,818,000.00 .

Subtotal
6^% Series D-1968 (effective Aug. 15, 1967.

Nov. 15, 1968

May 16-Nov. 15.

rate 5.3002%).

$507,225,000. 00

$5,936,487,000.00

Par..
Exchange at 99.94.

3,560,311,000.00 .
6,362,887,000. 00 .
9,913,198,000. 00

929,137,000. 00

8,984, 061,000. 00

Par.
Exchange at p a r . .

3,156,503,000.00 .
7,681,058,000.00 .
10,737,661,000.00

10,737.561,000.00

Subtotal.
5 ^ % Series A-1969

o

6,443,712,000.00

Nov. 15,1967

Feb. 15, 1969

Feb. 15-Aug. 16.

Subtotal..

Ul

o

5^^% Series B-1969.

Feb.21, 1968

May 16, 1969

May 15-Nov. 16.

Par.

4,277,257,000.00

4,277,257,000.00

6% Series C-1969

May 16, 1968

Aug. 15, 1969

Feb. 16-Aug. 15.

Par.
Exchange at par. -

3,354,662,003.00 .
12,404,000.00 .
3,367,066,000.00

3,367,066,000.00

Subtotal..
5% Series A-1970 (effective
rate 4.9412%).

Feb. 15,1966.

Nov. 16, 1970

May 15-Nov. 15. .. Exchange at p a r . .
Exchange at 100.26.
Exchange at 100.30.
Exchange at 100.45.
Exchange at 100.90.

5M% Series A-1971 (effective Aug. 15, 1966
rate 5.2189%).
Subtotal-




2,839,666,000.00
1,230,048,000.00
657,054,500.00
2,624,588,000.00 .
324,230,500.00 .
7,675,487,000.00

Subtotal.
May 15, 1971

May 16-Nov. 15.

Exchange at p a r . .
Exchange at 100.10.
Exchange at 100.35.
Exchange at 100.55.

O

2,577,696,500.00
517,352,000.00
583,842,000.00
686,140,600.00
4,266,031,000.00

S3

7,675,487,000.00
.
.
.
.
4,265,031,000.00

>

5 H % Series B-1971
6 ^ % Series C-1971 (effective
r a t e 5.4006%).

N o v . 15, 1966
A u g . 30, 1967

N o v . 15, 1971
F e b . 16, 1971

i % % Series A-1972 (effective
r a t e 4.8353%).

F e b . 15, 1967

F e b . 15, 1972.

M a y 15, 1967

M a y 16, 1972

M a y 16-Nov. 1 6 . .
F e b . 15-Aug. 1 5 . .
.do..

E x c h a n g e at p a r .
99.92

1,734,117,000.00
2,608,556,000.00

99.625
E x c h a n g e at 99.626.

1,777,471,000.00 .
228,168,000.00 .

Subtotal
4 % % Series B-1972 (effective
r a t e 4.7494%).

2,005,629,000.00
„

M a y 15-Nov. 1 5 . . _ E x c h a n g e a t p a r . . .
E x c h a n g e at 100.10.
E x c h a n g e at 99.70E x c h a n g e at 100.15.
E x c h a n g e at 99.80_

Subtotal.-..-_
5 H % Series A-1974

1,734,117,000.00
2,508,556,000.00

2,005,629,000.00

3,606,342,000.00
445,706,000.00
308,233,000.00
836, 698,000.00
213,135,000.00

.
.
.
.
5,310, 014,000.00

5,310,014,000.00 .
N o v . 15, 1967

N o v . 15, 1974

M a y 15-Nov. 1 5 . . . P a r
E x c h a n g e at p a r . .

F e b . 15, 1968

F e b . 16, 1976

F e b . 15-Aug. 16.

Ul

1,606,510,000.00 .
146,221,000.00 .

Subtotal

1,651,731,000.00 .

1, 651, 731,000.00

h-l

Ul
5 H % Series A-1975 (effective
r a t e 5.7371%).

E x c h a n g e at p a r . . .
E x c h a n g e a t 99.40.
E x c h a n g e a t 99.15.
E x c h a n g e at 99.85.
E x c h a n g e at 98.85._

Subtotal
6% Series B - 1 9 7 6 - . 1 H % Series EO-1968
1 H % Series EA-1969
1 H % Series EO-1969
1 H % Series EA-1970
1}4% Series EO-1970
1 1 ^ % Series EA-1971
1 H % Series EO-1971
13^% Series EA-1972
l^A7o Series EO-1972
1 H % Series EA-1973

Subtotal.
F o o t n o t e s at e n d of t a b l e .




.

HH

o

>

.
.
.

6,148,443,000.00 .
M a y 16, 1968
Oct. 1, 1963
A p r . 1, 1964
Oct. 1, 1964
A p r . 1, 1965
Oct. 1, 1965
A p r . 1, 1966
Oct. 1, 1966
A p r . 1, 1967
Oct. 1, 1967
A p r . 1, 1968

M a y 15, 1975
Oct. 1, 1968
A p r . 1, 1969
Oct. 1, 1969
A p r . 1, 1970
Oct. 1, 1970
A p r . 1, 1971
Oct. 1, 1971
A p r . 1, 1972
Oct. 1, 1972
A p r . 1, 1973

M a y 15-Nov. 15.
A p r . 1-Oct. 1 . . . .
do
..do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

.
A p r . 18, 1962

O n A u g . 15, 1968.. F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 . . P a r
Exchange at p a r .

5,148, 443,000.00

6,749,630,000.00
115,331,000.00
60,645,000.00
158,926,000.00
87,529,000.00
113,131,000.00
36,435,000.00
71,827,000.00
33,951,000.00
33,217,000.00
14,782,000.00

Exchange at par..
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Total Treasury notes..
Treasury bonds: ^
3M% of 1968

2,171,294,000.00
507,225,000.00
1,107,439,000.00
929,137,000.00
433,348,000.00

6, 749,630,000.00
115,331,000.00
60, 545,000.00
158,926,000.00
87, 529,000.00
113,131,000.00
35,435,000.00
71,827,000.00
33,951,000.00
33, 217,000.00
14, 782,000. 00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

72, 512,106,000.00

1, 436,362,000.00

fej
I—I

71,075, 744, 000. 00

1,107, 444, 000. 00

>

2,639, 914, 500. 00

1,257, 539, 500. 00
2,489,819,000.00 . .
.

3,747, 358, 500. 00

GO

00

ts3

TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding June 30, 1968—Continued
Description

Date

When r e d e e m a b l e
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

Average price
A m o u n t issued
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

C5

INTEREST-BEARING
D E B T a—Continued

0

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
3 ^ % of 1968 (effective r a t e
4.0704%).«

Sept. 15, 1963

O n N o v . 15, 1968... M a y a n d N o v . 16.. E x c h a n g e at 99.35.
E x c h a n g e a t 98.40.
E x c h a n g e a t 99.06.

. Dec.1,1942
A p r . 15, 1943

2>^% of 1963-68...
2 3 ^ % of 1964-69

Sept. 15, 1943.

23^% of 1964-69...

O n D e c . 15,1968 9- J u n e a n d D e c . 15... P a r
O n a n d after
do
do
D e c . 15, 1968; on
J u n e 15, 1969.6 7
O n a n d after
D e c . 15, 1968;
on D e c . 15,
1969.6 7

do-....

~

$1,158, 085, 500. 00

w
t?d

2,830,914,000. 00
3, 761,904,000. 00

1,043,258,000.00
1,219,722,000.00

1,787,656,000. 00
2, 542,182,000. 00

Ul

M

3,778,754,000.00 .
59,444,000.00 .

>
Kj

3,838,198,000. 00
J u n e 1, 1945

2 H % of 1967-72..

N o v . 15, 1946

(effective

rate

A u g . 15, 1962

O n a n d after
D e c . 15, 1968;
on J u n e 15,
1972.9 7
O n a n d after
D e c . 15, 1968;
on D e c . 15,
1972.6 7

do

1,349,248, 500.00

2,488,949, 500. 00

0

~ 7, 967,261, 000. 00

J u n e a n d D e c . 15... P a r

6,716, 638,000.00

1,250, 623, 000. 00

^

11, 688,868, 600. 00

9,075, 528, 500.00

2, 613, 340, 000. 00

do.

~
O n F e b . 15, 1969.... F e b . a n d A u g . 16... P a r
E x c h a n g e a t 99.46.

Subtotal




H
$433,348, 500.00

a

do
~
E x c h a n g e at p a r . ._

Subtotal
2 1 ^ % of 1967-72

of 1969
4.0858%).

^

1, 591,434,000. 00

Subtotal

4%

0

$619,595,000.00 .
194,370,000.00 .
777,469,000.00 .

_

>

rp

1,843,615,500.00 .
1,884,375,000.00 .
3, 727,990, 500. 00

d
tJi
2, 000. 00

3, 727,988, 500. 00

4

23^% of 1965-70

Feb. 1, 1944..

Subtotal
23^% of 1966-71

: On and after
Mar. 15, 1969;
on Mar. 15,
1970.6 7
-

Mar. and Sept. 15. Par
Exchange at p a r . . .

..--

5,197,394,500.00

Dec. 1,1944..

Onandafter
Mar. 15,1969;
on Mar. 15,
1971.9 7

Mar. and Sept. 16. Par
Exchange at p a r . . .

3,447,511,500.00
33,353,500.00

Oct. 20, 1941

Onandafter
Mar. 15, 1969;
on Sept. 15,
1972.7

Mar. and Sept. 15. P a r . . Exchange at p a r . . .

Subtotal
23^% of 1967-72

3,480,865,000.00

Subtotal
4% of 1969 (effective
4.0407%).g

5,120,861,500.00
76, 533,000.00 .

rate Oct. 1, 1967

2,284,733,500.00

2,267,193,500.00

1,223,671,600.00

764,462,900.00

1,951,582,260.00

2,627,073,950.00
188,971,200.00

2,716,045,150.00
On Oct. 1, 1969 9.. Apr. and Oct. 1 . . . Par.
Exchange at p a r . .
Exchange at 100.50.
Exchange at 99.75.
Exchange at 99.70.
Exchange at 99.55.
Exchange at 99.50Exchange at 99.35.
Exchange at 99.20.
Exchange at 99.90Exchange at 100.30.

2,912,661,000.00

656,933,000.00
619,461,000.00
8 147,697,000.00
1,408,618,500.00
634,731,000.00
447,882,000.00 ..399,388,000.00
178,729,000.00
249,658,000.00
941,992,000.00
678,928,000.00

---

-

-...

2
S
5
M
g
tn
O
>
f
>
'id

Subtotal
4% of 1970 (effective
4.0740%) .
K

6,264,017,500.00
rate Jan. 15, 1965

On Feb. 15,1970.. Feb. and Aug. 15. Exchange at 99.10.
Exchange at 99.30.
Exchange at 99.40.
Exchange at 99.50.
Exchange at 99.66.
Exchange at 99.60.
Exchange at 99.95.
Exchange at 100.30.

rate June 20, 1963

On Aug. 15, 1970.. Feb. and Aug. 15. Par
Exchange at 99.05Exchange at 98.35Exchange at 98.15.
Exchange at 98.20.
Exchange at 100.25.

Subtotal
4% of 1970 (effective
4.0773%) .g

Subtotal
Footnotes at end of table.




17,821,000.00

6,246,196,500.00

J2

175,672,000.00
378,810,000.00 .
673,631,000.00
299,549,000.00
639,601,000.00
587,544,000.00
902,827,000.00
723,886,000.00
4,381,420,000.00

4,381,420,000.00

1,905,811,000.00.
972,382,000.00 ,
164,679,000.00
211,391,000.00
221,389,000.00
663,588,000.00
4,129,240,000.00

3,500.00

4,129,236,600.00
(X)
CO

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T.-VBLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding J u n e 30, 1968—Contmued
Description

Date

When redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

Average price
A m o u n t issued
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

'-'
co
05

INTEREST-BEARING
D E B T ^—Continued

W

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
4% of 1971 (effective r a t e
3.8499%).g

"
M a r . 1,1962

O n A u g . 15, 1971.. F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 . E x c h a n g e at p a r . .
Exchangeat 102-.

Subtotal

-

33^% of 1971 (effective r a t e
3.9713%).g

Subtotal----

of 1972 (effective
4.0840%).g

of 1973 (effective
4.1491%).g

$1,154,257,500.00.-1,651,369,000.00-

-

--

2,805,626,500.00

99.60. 9 1,245,537,000.00
98.90693,473,000.00
99.1093,607,000.00
99.30.
727,803,000.00
2,760,420,000.00

$2,805,626,500.00
^
^
„
g

-

rate

2,760,415,000.00

§

N o v . 16, 1962

O n F e b . 15, 1972-. F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 . . E x c h a n g e a t p a r . .

2,343,511,000.00

2,343,611,000.00

%

Sept. 15, 1962

O n A u g . 15, 1972.

378,792,000.00.
370,327,000.00.
1,570,407,000.00
259,021,000.00

---

Subtotal
4%

.--

O n N o v . 15, 1971.. M a y a n d N o v . 1 5 . . E x c h a n g e at
Exchangeat
E x c h a n g e at
Exchange at

---

4 % of 1972
4%

M a y 15, 1962

^
O
g
^
^
§

-

rate

Sept. 16, 1963

do

Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

at
at
at
at

98.80.
99.30.
99.4099.70.

-

2,678,647,000.00

O n A u g . 15, 1 9 7 3 . . F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 . . E x c h a n g e
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

at
at
at
at
at
at

98.85.
97.90.
98.55.
98.2099.6099.30.

at
at
at
at

98.75.
98.90.
99.05.
99.10-

3,893,834,000.00
232,162,000.00
334,055,000.00
769,304,000.00
574,915,000.00

=

.-.

-

-

O

K
M
v^
S3
fel

:
Subtotal
4 1 ^ % of 1973 (effective r a t e
4.2241%).g




J u l y 22, 1964

>

^
1^

2,578,547,000.00

1,120,883,000.00.
213,528,000.00...
782,366,000.00
340,079,000.00
720,541,000.00
716,437,000.00

.O n N o v . 15, 1973 9. M a y a n d N o v . 1 5 . . E x c h a n g e
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

$6,000.00

>
3,893,834,000.00
.-

^
^
^

Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at

99.25 99.30.
99.45.
99.85-

Subtotal

343,826,000.00
296,850,500.00
1,302, 758,000.00
503,341,000.00
4,357,210,600.00

iy8% of 1974 (effective rate Jan. 15, 1965
4.1721%).g
^

On Feb. 16,1974 9. Feb. and Aug. 16- Exchange at 99.05Exchange at 99.25Exchangeat 99.36Exchange at 99.45Exchange at 99.60Exchange at 99.55.
Exchange at 99.90Exchange at 100.25-

SubtotalOn May 15, 1974 9. May and Nov. 15.. Exchange at par. _
Exchangeat 100.26.

Subtotal

1,067,000.00

at
at
at
at
at

98.60.
99..-.
98.30.
99.10.
par. _
-

Subtotal
On and after May May and Nov. 16.. Par
15, 1976; on M a y
Exchange at 101.16.
16,1985.9
Exchange at 99.95.
Exchange at 99.25.
Exchange at 99.10Exchange at 99.05-

5,314,500.00
-

469,633,000.00
52,853,600.00
397,067,000.00
105,792,000.00
75,642,000.00
116,733,000.00
1,217,610,600.00

On and after June June and Dec. 16.. P a r .
16,1978;on
Exchange at par...
June 15, 1983.9

=

-

•

•

•

-

3,612,600.00

H

>
H

3,588,269,000.00
-

c/j

^

2,241,269,500.00
—

^
h - i

9
£
'^
r>
{^
^d
trj
IzJ
O
{-}
ri

1,188,769,175.00
417,314,826.00

Subtotal
- May 1, 1953-

3,129,306,600.00

653,811,500.00
136,239,000.00
517,421,500.00
313,758,000.00
373,227,000.00
250,316,000.00
2,244,772,000.00

43^% of 1976-85 (effective rate Apr. 5, 1960
4.2631%).

....-.
--.--.

--

1,531,898,500.00
2,061,685,000.00
•

On Nov. 15,1974 9. May and Nov. 16.-Par
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

4,351,780,000.00

.-

3,593,583,500.00

314% of 1974 (effective rate Dec. 2, 1957
3.9517%).g

Subtotal

5,430,500.00

140,326,000.00
399,959,000.00
493,462,000.00
146,917,000.00
415,742,000.00
333,760,000.00
461,289,000.00
738,918,500.00
3,130,373,500.00

4M% Of 1974 (effective rate May 15, 1964
4.2306%).g

334% of 1978-83

.
.
.
.

1,606,084,000.00.

.~.
2,006,500.00

1,215,605,000.00

37,676,500.00

1,568,607,500.00

Footnotes at end of table.




00
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TABLE 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding June 30, 1968—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

A v e r a g e price
A m o u n t issued
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding ^

INTEREST-BEARING
D E B T a—Continued
Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
4 % of 1980 (effective r a t e
4.0454%).g

J a n . 23, 1959..

O n F e b . 15,1980 9. F e b . a n d A u g . 16.. 99
•
99.60.
E x c h a n g e at 99
E x c h a n g e a t 99.10E x c h a n g e at 99.30.
E x c h a n g e a t 99.60.
E x c h a n g e at 99.60.
E x c h a n g e at 98.80.
E x c h a n g e at 100.25.
E x c h a n g e at 100.50.

Oct. 3, 1960.

O n N o v . 15,1980 9_ M a y a n d N o v . 15.. E x c h a n g e at p a r . . .
E x c h a n g e at 102.25.
E x c h a n g e a t 103.50.

J u n e 3, 1958..

O n M a y 15,1985 9.. M a y a n d N o v . 1 5 . . 100.50.

A u g . 15, 1962.

O n a n d after A u g . F e b . a n d A u g . 15.. 1 0 1 . .
15, 1987; on
Exchange
A u g . 15, 1992.9
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

Subtotal
33^% of 1980 (effective r a t e
3.3816%).g




.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

2,611,693,600.00

$2, 601, 245, 000.00

8,070,600.00

1,907,872, 600.00

1,134,867,600.00
a t 99.60.
at 99.75.
a t 99.90.
at 99.95.
at 100.10.
at 100.15at 100.25.
a t 100.30.
at 100.35.
at 100.40.
at 100.45.
at 100.80.
at 1 0 1 - .

$10,448, 500. 00

1,915,943,000.00

Subtotal.
3 K % of 1985 (effective r a t e
3.2222%)
434%'of 1987-92 (effective r a t e
4.2340%).g

$884,116, 500.00
10102, 000.00
195,466, 000.00
17,346, 000.00
2,113, 000.00
10 107,341, 500.00
212, 994, 500.00
420, 040, 000.00
562,695, 600.00
209,580, 500.00

21,113, 000. 00

1,113, 754,500.00

643,406,000.00 .
1,034,722,000.00 .
237,816,000.00 .

369, 711,500.00 .
118, 060,000.00 .
160, 959,000.00 .
188,007, 000. 00 .
486, 642,000.00 .
195, 976,
000.00 .
685,356, 500.00 .
641, 227,600.00 .
147, 686,000.00 .
116, 072,500.00 .
281, 957,000.00 .
143, 932,000.00 .
139, 738,
000.00 .
6,410, 000.00

Exchange at 101.15Exchange at 100.70Subtotal..

3,817,852,500.00

4% of 1988-93 (effective rate Jan. 17,1963.
4.0082%).
41^^% of 1989-94 (effective rate Apr. 18,1963
4.1906%).g

F e b . 14, 1958

-

O n F e b . 15,1990 s.. F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 . . E x c h a n g e a t p a r . . .
Exchange at 9 9 - . .
Exchangeat
100.25.
Exchangeat
101.25.
Exchangeat
101.60.
Exchangeat
101.75.

Subtotal
3%ofl995

Total marketable Issues..
Footnotes at end of table.




1,559,147,500.00
Ul

233,236,000.00

-.

322,275,000.00

On Nov. 15,1998 6. May and Nov. 15. Exchange at par..Exchange at 98....
Exchangeat 99
Exchangeat
100.25.
Exchangeat
100.50.

2,623,039,000.00
494,804,600.00
692,076,500.00
419,613,000.00

-.

.--...

-

^
g
HH
CQ
2
Q
>
tr*
>

37,580,000.00

4,879,831,500.00

821,474,500.00
1,923,642,600.00

--..
..:....:

1,318,500.00

344,644,000.00

2,745,117,000.00

Subtotal---..

3,816,437,500.00

2,719,730,000.00
721,728,000.00
575,798,600.00

On Feb. 15,1996 6.. Feb. and Aug. 15.. Par
Exchange at p a r . .

Subtotal
33^^% of 1998 (effective rate Oct. 3,1960
3.5165%).g

Total Treasury bonds

1,660,466,000.00

4,917,411,600.00
Feb. 15, 1955

1,415,000.00

On and after Feb. Feb. and Aug. 15.. 99.85
250,000,000.00
620,000.00
249,380,000.00
15, 1988; on
=====^======^=============================
Feb. 15,1993.9
Onandafter
May and Nov. 15. 100.65
300,000,000.00
Mayl6,1989;
Exchange at 97.70.
125,623,000.00
on May 15,1994.9
Exchahge at 9 8 . . . .
104,739,000.00
Exchange at 98.35317,182,000.00
Exchange at 98.65.
489,896,000.00 .
Exchange at 99.10131,877,000.00
Exchange at 99.40.
91,149,000.00 .

Subtotal
Z H % of 1990 (effective r a t e
3.4907%).g

122,199,500.00 .
34,928,000.00 .

'"0

^

^
g
1,040,352,600.00

1,704,764,500.00

X

..

333,406,000.00
4,462,839,000.00

122,469,000.00

4,340,380,000.00

119,270,673,160.00

28,195,619,900.00

91,075,053,250.00

266,223,014,150.00

29,631,981,900.00 226,591,032,250.00
OO

00
00

T A B L E 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding J u n e 30, 1968—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
or payable i
date

Average price
Amountissued
received (per $100)

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING
DEBT a—Continued

fel

*^

Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:'
6.65% foreign series
5.50% foreign series

O
Apr. 26,1968
Apr. 30,1968

6.85% foreign series

June 20,1968

5.85% foreign series
5.70% foreign series

June 27,1968
May 29,1968

5.65% foreign series

June 6, 1968

5.65% foreign series

June 6,1968

5.65% foreign series

June 7,1968

6.60% foreign series

June 18,1968.

6.60% foreign series

June 19,1968

5.60% foreign series

June 24,1968

Total certificates foreign
series.
4.75% foreign currency series.. Jan. 26,1968
5.00% foreign currency series

.do

Total certificates, foreign
currency series.




On 2 days' notice;
on July 26, 1968.
On 2 days'notice;
on July 30,1968.
On 2 days'notice;
on Aug. 20, 1968.
do
On 2 days' notice;
on Aug. 29, 1968.
On 2 days' notice;
on Sept. 5, 1968.
On 2 days' notice;
on Sept. 6,1968.
On 2 days' notice;
on Sept. 9,1968.
On 2 days'notice;
on Sept. 18,1968.
On 2 days'notice;
on Sept. 19,1968.
On 2 days' notice;
on Sept. 24,1968.

July 26,1968

Par....

$175,000,000.00

July 30, 1968

do..

250,000,000.00

$125,000,000.00

125,000,000.00

Aug. 20, 1968

do-.

160,000,000.00

29,000,000.00

121,000,000.00

do
Aug. 29,1968
Sept. 5,1968

do
do
dO-

20,000,000.00 .
200,000,000.00

"iseroobrobb'bb'

20,000,000.00
14,000,000.00

105,000,000.00 .

105,000,000.00

Sept. 6, 1968

do..

13,000,000.00 .

13,000, 000.00

Sept. 9,1968

Mar. 31, 1966

do..

Sept. 19,1968

...do..

Sept. 24,1968

..do..

June 30 and
Dec. 31.

M

fel

Ul
fel

o

?d
fel

101,000,000.00

67, 000,000.00

>

100, 000, 000.00

90,000,000.00

10,000, 000.00

K|

193,000,000.00 .

193,000, 000.00

o

60,000,000.00 .

50, 000,000.00

fel

893,000, 000. 00

w

1,424, 000, 000.00

On Dec. 31,
1968 11.

O
fel

168,000,000.00

Par

Sept. 18,1968

On 2 days' notice; July 26,1968
on July 26,1968.
On 2 days' notice; Jan. 24,1969
on Jan. 24,1969.
On 2 days' notice; Jan. 29,1969
on Jan. 29, 1969.

$175,000,000.00

434.9000 Swiss
francs.
434.9000 Swiss

101,172,683.38 .

531, 000,000. 00

101,172, 683.38

360.6625 Netherlands guUders.

50,586,341.68 .

50, 586,341. 68

65,730,629.23 .

217,489, 654. 29

40,000,000.00 .

40,000, 000. 00

fel

65, 730,629.23

217,489,654.29 .

2.60% foreign currency series „ Jan. 29,1968

Treasury notes;'
4.86% foreign series.-.

05
00

fel

6.80% foreign series
6.05% foreign series

Mar. 29,1968
May 16,1968.

6.03% foreign series..

June 12, 1968.

6.375% foreign series

May 23, 1968

6.30% foreign series

May 24,1968.

5.90% foreign series

June 12, 1968

6.74% foreign series..

May 13,1968

5.42% foreign series

Jan. 12,1968

4.66% foreign series

Dec. 23,1965

6.70% foreign series

June 27,1968

5.70% foreign series

June 28,1968

Total notes, foreign series
4.57% foreign currency series.- Jan. 30, 1967
4.83% foreign currency series.. June 30, 1967
4.87% foreign currency series-- Jan. 3,1967

On May 1,1969.
On June 16,
1969.11
On Aug. 15,
1969.11
On Sept. 23,
1969.11
On Sept. 24,
1969.11
On Oct. 31,
1969.11
On Mar. 13,
1970.11
On Apr. 13,
1970.11
-- On June 23,
1970.11
On Dec. 27,
1972.11
On Dec. 28,
1972.11

May and Nov. 1
June and Dec. 16
Feb. and Aug. 16

do..
do..
.do..

300,000,000.00 .
150,000,000.00 .

300, 000,000.
150,000,000.

100,000,000.00 .

100,000,000.

Mar. and Sept. 23

do..

100,000,000.00 .

100, 000,000.

Mar. and Sept. 24

do..

50,000,000.00 .

60,000,000.

Apr. 30 and
Oct. 31.
Mar. and Sept. 13

do..

100,000,000.00 .

100,000,000.

do..

40, 203,906.16

Apr. and Oct. 13

do..

26,000,000.00 .

25,000,000.

June and Dec. 23

.do..

85,000,000.00 .

85,000,000.

June and Dec. 27

.do..

12,000, 000. 00 .

12,000,000.

June and Dec. 28

do..

10, 000, 000. 00

10,000,000.

.
On July 30,1968 n.. Jan. and July 30... 62,525.0000 Italian
Ihe.
Mar. and Sept. 30. 431.6400 Swiss
On Sept. 30,
1968.11
OnNov. 1,1968n.. May and Nov. 1... 397.7300 Deutsche

6.44% foreign currency series.- Dec. 1,1966....... OnDec. 2,1968n.. June and Dec. 2... 397.3200 Deutsche
4.27% foreign currency series.. May 2, 1967
6.26% foreign currency series.. Oct. 6, 1967
4.94% foreign cmrency series.. Aug. 1,1967
5.60% foreign currency series.. Nov. 17, 1967.
6.03% foreign cmrency series.. Aug. 23, 1967
6.09% foreign cmrency series.. Sept. 1, 1967
5.68% foreign cmrency series.. Dec. 11, 1967
5.14% foreign cm-rency series.. Oct. 3, 1967
5.67% foreign cmrency series.. Jan. 9, 1968
Footnotes at end of table.




On Jan. 2, 1969 » . . Jan. and July 2

397.3600 Deutsche
marks.
434.3600 Swiss
On Jan. 6, 1969 n . . Jan. and July 6
francs.
On.Feb. 3,1969 » . . Feb. and Aug. 3 . . . 400.3320 Deutsche
marks.
On Feb. 17, 1969.. Feb. and Aug. 17, 432.1000 Swiss
francs.
On Feb. 24,1969 n.. Feb. and Aug. 24. 2,582.2000
Austrian
schiUings.
OnMar. 3,1969 H . . Mar. and Sept. 3. - 400.0600 Deutsche
marks.
On Mar. 11,1969... Mar. and Sept. 11- 431.6200 Swiss
francs.
On Apr. 1,1969 n.- Apr. and Oct. 1 . - . 400.3400 Deutsche
marks.
Apr. and Oct. 9 . . . 434.2500 Swiss
On Apr. 9,1969
francs.

17,786,460.39

22,418,445.

Ul

%
1, 012,203,906.16
124,760,099.96
25,484,199.80 .

17, 785,460.39

HH

994,418,445.77

Ul

124, 760,099.

Cl

25,484,199.

60,286,369.47 .

60,285,369.

50,337,269.64 .

50,337,269.

60,332,192.47 .

50,332,192.

61,800,349.94 .

51, 800,349.

49,968,784.00 .

25,172,333.

49,992,501.12 .

>

27, 771,349.

25,172,333.67 .

>

49,958, 784.

27,771,349.22 .

h-i

49, 992,601.12

23,173,896.92 .

X

49,967,536.09

29,936,672.42 .

I-H

23,173,896.92

49,957,536.09 .

fel
iz!

29,936,672.42
00
CO

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T A B L E 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding J u n e 30, 1968—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
or payable i
date

Average price
Amount issued
received (per $100)

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING
DEBT a—Continued
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Treasury notes—Con.
6.45% foreign cm-rency series-

Nov. 1, 1967

5.67% foreign cm-rency series-

Mar. 7, 1968

5.58% foreign cmrency series.

Apr. 3, 1968

6.16% foreign cm-rency series .

May 27, 1968

6.58% foreign cmrency series-

Nov. 24, 1967

5.90% foreign cm-rency series-. June 12,1968
6.28% foreign cmrency series.- July 3, 1967
6.38% foreign currency series-

Oct. 2, 1967.

5.46% foreign cm-rency series-

On May 2, 1969 n... May and Nov. 2... 400.4700 Deutsche
marks.
On June 9,1969 n . . June and Dec. 9... 434.6600 Swiss
francs.
On July 3, 1969 n... Jan. and July 3 — 433.1000 Swiss
francs.
On Sept. 29, 1969... Mar. and Sept. 29. 431.8000 Swiss
OnNov. 24,
May and Nov. 24._ 4,963.2500 Belgian
1969 1
1
francs.
OnDec. 12,1969"... June and Dec. 12.. 2,584.3000
Austrian
schiUings.
On Jan. 3, 1972.... Jan. and July 3
398.4200 Deutsche

$49,941, 318.95

$49, 941, 318. 95

100,103,555.40 .

100,103, 555. 40

22,396,675.13

22, 396, 675.13

30,106,530.80

30,106, 530. 80

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60, 444, 26f.. 35

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25,151,878.65 .

25,151, 878. 65

125,495,708.05 .

126, 495, 708. 05

124,865,769.30 .

124, 865, 769. 30

Jan. 6, 1968-

124,884,481.86 .

124, 884, 481.85

5.73% foreign currency series.. Apr. 1, 1968.

On Oct. 2, 1972.... Apr. and Oct. 2 . . . 398.3900 Deutsche

125,505,168.26 .

125, 505,158. 26

6.25% foreign currency series.. June 24, 1968

On Dec. 22, 1972.. June and Dec. 22.. 399.6600 Deutsche
marks.

125,106,340.39 .

125,106, 340. 39

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Treasury bonds: f
4.25% foreign series..
4.25% foreign series..
4.25% foreign series..
4.25% foreign series..
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marks.
On July 5, 1972.... Jan. and July 5
400.3700 Deutsche

Total notes, foreign
rency series.

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1,522,954,226.85

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On Nov.
On Nov.
OnNov.

1, 1968 12. May and Nov. 1... P a r . .
1, 1969 12.
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1, 1970 1
2
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do
1, 197112
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30,000,000.00 .
30,000,000.00
30,000,000.00 .
23,929,534.25 .
113,929,534.25

30, 000, 000. 00
30, 000,000. 00
30, 000,000. 00
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4.15%.
Unclassified

Jan. 1963 to May
1966.

.-

June 1, 1966.
-.

Total U.S. retirement
plan bonds.
Depositary bonds:'
2% First Series
Vaiious dates
from July 1966.

Treasury bonds,' 2% REA Various dates
Series.
from July 1,
1960.
Treasury bonds, investment
series:'
2 ^ % Series B-1975-80
Apr. 1, 1951

Subtotal

Not redeemable
untU owner attains age 693^,
except in case
of death or
disability.
do.

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Par.

.do..

At option of U.S. June and Dec. 1
or owner upon
30 to 60 days'
notice; 12 years
from issue date.
do

17,481, 289. 99

do.

214,253.67
6, Oil. 98

10, 626. 982. 68
16, 488. 02

1, 784,119. 79

26, 560, 906.45

330, 074, 000. 00

299, 625, 500. 00

30,448, 500. 00

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52,379,000.00

29,469,000.00

22,910,000.00

Apr. 1, 1968
Apr. 3, 1968

5.499% certificates

Apr. 30, 1968

5.14% certificates

June 30,1968
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Apr. 1, 1975,
Apr. and Oct. 1.
exchangeable at
any time at
option of owner
for marketable
Treasury notes;
payable on Apr.
1, 1980.9 H

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Exchange at par..

On demand; on
July 1, 1968.
On demand; on
July 3, 1968.
On demand; on
July 31, 1968.
On demand; on
July 31, 1968.
On demand; on
Sept. 30, 1968.

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14,879, 956, 600. 00 .

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5.146% certificates




10,841, 236. 25
22,500. 00

15,331,354,000.00

Treasury certificates:
6.186% certificates..

5.238% certificates

16, 917, 435. 75

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Footnotes at end of table.

$1, 563,864. 24

28,345, 026. 24

Indeterminate

Par

*^

2,514, 319, 000. 00

2,899, 445.15

571, 591. 30

2,327, 863. 85

July 3, 1968

do..

1,481,107.80

49, 753. 81

1,431,353. 99

July 31, 1968...

do..

1,137, 370. 74

1,137,370. 74

do.-

16, 331, 770.86 .

16,331, 770. 86

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6, 533,106. 68

6, 533,106. 68

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T A B L E 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding J u n e 30, 1968—Cbntinued
Description

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

Average price
A m o u n t issued
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding

INTEREST-BEARING
D E B T a—Continued
Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
T r e a s m y certUicates—Continued
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from J u n e 14,
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On demand; on
D e c . 16, 1968.

D e c . 15, 1968

Par..

$2, 518, 238. 95

30,279, 695. 07

.110,661,507.93
93, 943,442. 25
2, 797,453. 00

290,824. 69
27,864. 00
18 749. 25

110, 360, 683. 34
93, 915, 578. 25
2, 796, 703. 75

207,392,403.18

M a y t o D e c . 1941.
J a n . t o D e c . 1942.
J a n . t o D e c . 1943J a n . t o D e c . 1944-.
J a n . t o D e c . 1945-.
J a n . t o D e c . 1946-.
J a n . t o D e c . 1947..
J a n . t o D e c . 1948..
J a n . t o D e c . 1949. J a n . t o D e c . 1950..
J a n . t o D e c . 1961..
J a n . t o A p r . 1952..
M a y t o D e c . 1952-

3,038, 794. 51

319,437. 84

207, 072, 965. 34

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T o t a l U . S . savings n o t e s .
U . S . savings b o n d s , series a n d F i r s t d a y of each
a p p r o x i m a t e yield t o m a t u r month.
ity(%):i6'




$2,417,449.40

33,318,489. 58

T o t a l T r e a s u r y certificates.
U . S . savings notes, series a n d F i r s t d a y of
yield t o m a t u r i t y ; i 9 '
each m o n t h .
S-1967, 4.74%...
M a y t o D e c . 1967.. After 1 year i7_
S-1968, 4.74%
J a n . t o J u n e 1968..
do..
Unclassified

E-1941, 3.297% 20
E-1942, 3.340% 20
E-1943, 3.377% 20
E-1944, 3.409% 20
E-1945, 3.438% 20
E-1946, 3.468% 20..:
E-1947, 3.497% 20
E-1948, 3.628% 20
E-1949, 3.464% 20
E-1960, 3.433% 20
E-1961. 3.486% 20
E-1962, 3.520% (Jan. t o A p r . ) . .
E-1952,3.575% 2HMay t o D e c ) .

$4,935, 688. 35

On demand at
Sold at a disoption of
count; payable
owner; 10 years
at par on mafrom issue date
turity.
but may be
held for additional period.19
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do
do
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do
do
do
do
do
dodo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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do
.-..
option of
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. $75
. $75
.$76
. $76
.$75
. $76....:
. $76
$76
$76

1,873,858,026. 96
8,269,065,305. 76
13,306,716,283.03
16,521,128,383.89
12,194,954,468.23
5,521,361,605.81
5,231,888,437.69
5,405,477,474.22
6,329,800,179.35
4,658,849,206.35
4,032,'224,820.93
1,384,360,216.32
2,837,459,995.74

1,648,326,891. 21
7,291,628,633.48
11,766,509,896.03
13,628,754,873.44
10,525,599,088.34
4,682,077,227.59
4,183,806,629.16
4,221,002,485.32
4,086,190,483.39
3,519,510,331.94
3,046,467,780.86
1,043,677,234.12
2,120,416,900.45

225,531,135. 75
977,426,672. 28
1,540,206,387.00
1,892,373,510.46
1,669,355,369.89
939,284,278.22
1,048,081,908.53
1,184,474,988.90
1,243,609,696.96
1,139,338,874.41
985,757,040.07
340,682,98L 20
717,043,095.29

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E-1953, 3.608% 20
E-1954, 3.657% 20._
E-1955, 3.702% 20
E-1966, 3.745% 20_
E-1957, 3.780% (Jan.)
E-1967,3.915%20 ( F e b . to D e c ) .

J a n . to D e c . 1 9 5 3 . . .
J a n . to D e c . 1 9 5 4 . . .
J a n . to D e c . 1 9 6 6 . . .
J a n . to D e c . 1 9 5 6 . . .
J a n . 1967
F e b . to D e c 1967..

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...do
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...do
.......-do.
...do
do.
.-.do...
--.do.
On demand
On demand at
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o p t i o n of
owner; 8 y e a r s ,
11 m o n t h s from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e h e l d for
additional
period.18
E-1958, 3.959% 20
J a n . to D e c 1958
do
—.doE-1959, 3.990% (Jan. to M a y ) . . J a n . to M a y 1959
do
do.
E-1959, 4.002% 20 ( J u n e t o J u n e to D e c 1969.. O n d e m a n d a t
.do.
Dec)-.
o p t i o n of o w n e r
7 years, 9 •
^
m o n t h s from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e held for
additional
per iod. 19
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E-1960, 3.931% 20
J a n . t o D e c 1960
do.....
E-1961, 3.904% 20
J a n . to D e c 1961
do
.do.
E-1962, 3.959% 20
J a n . t o D e c 1962
do
.do.
.do.
E-1963, 4.008% 20
J a n . to D e c 1 9 6 3 . - . . . . d o
E-1964, 4.059% 20
J a n . to D e c 1964
do
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.do.
E-1965, 4.106% 20 ( J a n . to J a n . t o N o v . 1965
do
Nov.).'
E-1965, 4.150% ( D e c )
D e c 1965
On demand at
do.
o p t i o n of owner;
7 years from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e held for
additional
period. 19
E-1966, 4.160%
J a n . to D e c 1966.
...do
..,
do.
E-1967, 4.160%
J a n . t o D e c 1967.
...do
do.
E-1968, 4.150% (Jan. to M a y ) . . J a n . to M a y 1968.
...do
do.
...do
do.
E-1968, 4.250% (June)
J u n e 1968
Unclasshled sales a n d redemptions.
T o t a l Series E
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. $75
. $75

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4,822,476,171.69
4,912,972,772.87
5,117,061,158.29
4,938,232,367.72
410,913,286.44
4,233,632,387.76

3, 519,831,946.43
3,507,387, 780. 78
3, 686,129,148. 69
3,408, 960,625.69
274,587,163.32
2,854,099,883. 31

1,302,644, 225. 26
1,405,584,992.09
1,530,932,009. 60
1,529,271, 742.03
136,326,133.12
1,379,632,504.45

4,522,232,137.08
1,815,369,871.18
2,417,470,483.83

$76
$76
:
$76
$76..--.
$75...
$75
-

2,886,482, 911.44
1,132,810,343. 60
1,602,359,384.58

1,636, 749,225.64
682, 559, 527.58
915,111,099.25

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4,269,915,770.59
4,114,203,433.18
4,679,375,873.29
4,466,156,422.38
3,969,919,981.87

2, 615,187,838.36
2,382,662,398.09
2,248,301,085.05
2,312,866,008.22
2,261,999,148.86
1, 939, 725,426. 70

1,725,638,815.09
1,887,353,372.60
1,866,902,348.13
2,266,509,865.07
2,213,157,273.52
2,020,194, 556.17

$75..

408, 610, 934.62

189, 565, 946. 98

219,044, 987.64

. . $76-.
$75
$75
$75

4,695,171,616. 8
4,644,811,430. 52
1,786,402,218. 75
63,874,762.60
34,600,607.41

2,053,259,809.08
1, 700,068,146.88
290,630,368.75
41,926.00
18 935,316.38

2,641,911,807.90
2,944,753,283.64
1,495,871,850.00
63,832,837.60
33,666,191.03

166,020,264,535.67

112,221,660,951.61

43,798,613,684.16

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$75
$76
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Description

Date

When redeemable Interest pajrment
or payable i
date

Average price
Amount issued
received (per $100)

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING
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Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. Savings bonds—Continued
SemiannuaUy.
H-1962, 3.485% 2
0
June to Dec 1952.. On demand at
option of owner;
9 years, 8
months from
issue date.2i
H-1953, 3.519% 2
0
Jan. to Dec 1953..
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do
H-1954, 3.566% 2
0
Jan. to D e c 1954..
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do
H-1955, 3.610% 2
0
Jan. to Dec 1955..
do
do
H-1956, 3.669% 2
0
Jan. to Dec 1956..
do....
do
H-1957, 3.700% (Jan.)
Jan. 1957
do.:
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H-1967, 3.866% 2 (Feb. to Feb. to Dec. 1957.. On demand at
0
do
Dec).
option of owner;
10 years from
Issue date.21
H-1968, 3.918% 2
0
Jan. to Dec. 1958..
do
do
H-1969, 3.960% (Jan. to May). Jan. to May 1959..
do
do
H-1959, 3.874% 2 (June to June to Dec. 1959.
0
do
do
Dec).
Jan. to Dec. I960-.
H-1960, 3.901% 2
0
do
do
Jan. to Dec. 1961..
H-1961, 3.943% 2
0
do
do
Jan. to Dec. 1962..
H-1962, 3.982% 2
0
do
.do
Jan. to Dec. 1963..
H-1963, 4.023% 20...
do
...do
Jan. to Dec. 1964..
H-1964, 4.072% 2
0
do
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H-1966, 4.110% 2 (Jan. to Jan. to Nov. 1965..
0
do
.do
Nov.).
D e c 1966
H-1966, 4.150% (Dec)
do
do
H-1966, 4.160%
Jan. to Dec. 1966..
do
.do
Jan. to Dec. 1967..
H-1967, 4.160%
do
.do
H-1968, 4.150% (Jan. to May). Jan. to May 1968..
do
.do
June 1968
H-1968, 4.260% (June)
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$133,650,000.00

$57,830,500.00

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470, 600,500.00
877,679,500.00
1,173,084,000.00
893,176,000.00
64,506,000.00
567,682,000.00

309,315,000.00
668,860,000.00
739,421,500.00
608,391,500.00
32,561,500.00
274, 611, 000.00

161,185,600.00
308,829,600.00
433,662,500.00
384,784,500.00
31,944,600.00
293,071,000. 00

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.do.,
.do..

890,252,500. 00
366,319,500.00
362,413,000.00

407,780,000.00
131,204,600.00
127,059,600.00

482,472,600. 00
226,115,000.00
236,353,500. 00

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1,006,767,600. 00
1,041, 679,000.00
856,759,000.00
772,968,000.00
671,572,000. 00
640,210,000. 00

300,951,000.00
279,740,000. 00
195,466,500.00
150,644,000.00
103,827,600.00
64,619,000. 00

705,816,500. 00
761,839,000. 00
661,292,500. 00
622,324,000. 00
667,744,600. 00
475,691,000. 00

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.do.,
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45,681,000.00
635,261,000. 00
526,879,600. 00
196,830,000. 00
17,575, 600. 00
. 10,230, 000.00

4, 456,000.00
47,420,500.00
18,711, 000. 00
362,000.00
1, 600. 00
1, 683,000. 00

41,226,000. 00
587,840,500.00
507,168,500. 00
196,468,000.00
17, 574,000.00
8, 547,000. 00

12,168,406,000.00

4,400,726, 500.00

7,767,679, 500. 00

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J-1957, 2.76%.-Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s

J a n . t o A p r . 1957.

o n demand at
Sold at discount;
o p t i o n of owner;
p a y a b l e at p a r
12 years from
on m a t u r i t y ,
issue d a t e .
do
do

$72.

184,983,843.81

142,245,981. 01

42, 737, 862. 80

$72..

39,133,479.45

22,030,274. 65
147,476. 00

17,103, 204. 80
-147,476.00

Total SeriesJ

224,117,323. 26

K-1956, 2.76%

J a n . to D e c 1956.

K-1957, 2.76%
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s

J a n . to A p r . 1957.

O n d e m a n d at
SemiannuaUy
o p t i o n of owner;
12 years from
issue d a t e .
do
do

Par

...do--

T o t a l Series K . . .

164,423,731. 66

69,693,691. 60

318,826,600.00

262,977,500. 00

55, 848,000. 00

53,978, 500. 00

29,990, 600.00
411,600. 00

23,988,000. 00
- 4 1 1 , 6 0 0 . 00

372,804, 000.00

293,379,500.00

79,424,500. 00

T o t a l U . S . savings b o n d s . . .

. 168,785,691,858.93

117,080,180,683.17

51,706,411,175.76

Total nonmarketable issues.

. 189,069,032,099.48

130,780, 237i 996. 70

58,278,794,103. 78

T o t a l pubUc issues

. 446,282,046,249.48

160,412, 219,895. 70 284,869,826,363. 78

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Notes:
5^%
47^%
4J^%
43^%
4^%
43^%

Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

1975.
1969
1970
1971
1974
1969

J u n e 30, 1968..
J u n e 30, 1966.
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J u n e 30, 1967..
Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1964.
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4 K % Series 1970
Bonds:
43^%
43^%
43^%
43^%
43^%
4H%
i}4%
43^%
i}4%
4i/g%
43^%

Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

1970
1971.
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980

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do
do
do
do
do
"do"
do

R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from
issue d a t e a n d
p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:
1976
June30
1969
do
1970
do
1971
do
1974
do
1969
do

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do
do
do
do

1,628,319,000.00
40,692,000.00
40,692,000.00
1,785,656,000.00 .
1,758,171,000.00 .
142,474,000.00

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9,069,000.00

1,628,319,000. 00
40,692,000. 00
40,692,000. 00
1,785,666,000. 00
1,768,171,000. 00
133,405,000.00

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O n d e m a n d ; on
J u n e 30:
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977...
1978
1979
1980..

.do..
..do
-do
.do
.do
-do
-do
.do
.do
.do
.do
.do

69,699,000.00
--do-.
--do-,
--do--do.-do..do..do..
-.do..
..do-.do.-do-

72,776,000.00
142,474,000.00 .
376,160,000.00 .
562,988,000.00 .
212,387,000.00 .
167,167,000.00 .
142,474,000.00 .
142,474,000.00 .
142,474,000.00 .
969,117,000.00 .
969,117,000.00 .

69,699,000. 00
72, 775,
000.00
142,474,000. 00
375,160,000.00
552, 988,
000.00
212,387,000.00
167,167,000. 00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000. 00
142,474,000.00
969,117,000.00
969,117,000.00
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Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
or p a y a b l e i
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

.

Amount
outstanding 2
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DEBT a—Continued
Special Issues i>—Continued
CivU Service retirement fund—Con.
Bonds—Conthiued
3K% Series 1970
3>^% Series 1971-33^% Series 1972
33^% Series 1973
33^% Series 1974
3K% Series 1975
33^% Series 1977
33^% Series 1976
3>g% Series 1978
3'^% Series 1970
3M% Series 1971
3M% Series 1972
3M% Series 1973
3H% Series 1974
3M% Series 1975
3 ^ % Series 1976
3 ^ % Series 1977
2ji% Series 1969
2J^% Series 1970
23^% Series 1971
2J^% Series 1976
25^% Series 1969
2^%
2^%
25^%
2^%

Series 1970
Series 1971
Series 1974
Series 1975




June 30, 1963
-do
do
do
do
-.
do
do
---do
June 30, 1963
June 30, 1962
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
June 30, 1961
do
do
do
Various dates
from June 30,
1959
do
do
do
do

On demand; on
June 30:
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974....
1975
1976
1977-.-1978..
1970
1971
19721973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1969
1970
1971
1976
1969
1970
1971..
1974
1975..__

June 30
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Par

.

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
.do
do
do

do
do
-..do
do

.
._
...

$80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
632,981,000.00
103,448,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
.80,227,000.00
826,643,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00 . . . . .
746,416,000.00
69,913,000.00
69,913,000.00
69,913,000.00
.
685,440,000.00
$205,577,000.00
615,527,000.00
.
' 615,527,000.00
616,527,000.00
616,527,000.00
615,527,000.00

604,207,000.00

$80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
532,981,000.00
103,448,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
826,643,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
746,416,000.00
69,913,000.00
69,913,000.00
69,913,000.00
479,863,000.00
615,527,000.00
615,527,000.00
615,527,000.00
11,320,000.00
615,527,000.00

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Certificates:
5.87% Series 1968
. 5.45% Series 1988
F e d e r a l Deposit I n s m a n c e Corporation:
Certificates:
5.45% Series 1968
F e d e r a l disabUity i n s m a n c e t r u s t
fund:
Notes:
6 ^ % Series 1975
4J^% Series 1971
4 M % Series 1974
Bonds:
43^% Series 1979
i]^i% Series 1980
3 3 ^ % Series 1978..
3 H % Series 1974.
3%%
3H%
3H%
2^i%

Series
Series
Series
Series

1975....
1976
1977
1974

2H7o Series 1976
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k s :
Certificates:
5.45% Series 1968
.

F e d e r a l hospital i n s u r a n c e t r u s t
fund:
Notes:
5^i% Series 1976
4 ^ i % Series 1971
i H % Series 1972
m % Series 1 9 7 3 . . . .
m % Series 1974
F o o t n o t e s at e n d of t a b l e .




Various dates
from J u n e 1,
1968.
do

do

J u n e 30, 1968.
J u n e 30, 1966.
June.30, 1967.

Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1964.
do
June30, 1963....
Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1961.
do
.do
.do
Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1959.
do

J u l y 1, 1968
-do..

do
R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from
d a t e of issue
a n d p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:
1975
1971
1974
On demand; on
J u n e 30:

.do-.

87,500,000.00

.do..

.do..

928,168,025. 71

do

.do..

173, 919,000.00

-do.,
.do..
..do..

583,612,000.00
158,195,000.00
309,178,000.00 _.

J u l y 1, 1968-

June 30-Dec
do
do

87, 500,000.00
293,826,677. 77

634,341,347.94

173,919,000.00

161,057,000.00

583,612,000.00
7,138,000.00
309,178,000.00
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.do..

.do-.

163,632,000.00

153,632,000.00

1980.
1978.
1974.

.do.,
.do.,
.do..

-do.,
.do.,
.do..

125,606,000.00
153,632,000.00
20,738,000.00

125, 606,000. 00
153,632,000. 00
20,738,000. 00

1975.
1976.
1977.
1974-

-do..
.do.,
.do.,
.do..

.do.
.do.,
.do.,
.do..

20,738,000.00
153,632,000.00
153,632,000.00
132,894,000.00

20, 738, 000. 00
153,632, 000.00
153,632,000.00
77,006, 000. 00

.do..

.do..

132,894,000.00 . - -

-do-

362,000, 000. 00

200, 000, 000. 00

152, 000, 000. 00

do..
do..
do..
-do..
do..

495,529,000.00
576,226,000. 00
46,131,000.00
46,131,000.00
415,179,000.00

-.
320,432, 000. 00

495,529,000. 00
255, 794,000. 00
46,131,000. 00
46,131, 000.00
415,179, 000. 00

65,888,000. 00

132,894, 000. 00

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J u n e 30, 1968.
J u n e 30,1966.
J u n e 30, 1967.
do
do

J u l y 1,1968

J u l y 1, 1968..

R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from
issue d a t e :
p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:
1975....
J u n e 30-Dec. 31
1971...
do
1972
do.-.
1973
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1974
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Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
Average price
or payable i
date
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING
DEBT «^—Continued

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Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Notes:
5 ^ % Series 1975
4 ^ % Series 1969
43^% Series 1970
4J^% Series 1971
4 ^ % Series 1974
Bonds:
43^% Series 1978
43/g% Series
43/g% Series
33^% Series
3J^% Series
3 ^ % Series
3H% Series
2 ^ % Series

1979
1980
1977
1978
1975
1976
1970

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June 30,1966. - do
do
--.
June 30,1987....
Various dates
from June 30,
1964.
do
do
..
June 30, 1963...
do
June 30, 1961...
do
Various dates
from June 30,
1969.
do
do
do
do
do

2 ^ % Series 1971
2 ^ % Series 1972
2 ^ % Series 1973
2 ^ % Series 1974
2y8% Series 1975
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Certificates:
6.45% Series 1968
Various dates
from June 1,
1968.
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1969
1970
1971
1974

June 30-Dec 3 1 . . . Par
do
..do.
do
do
do
do
do..
do

$2,460,795,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
296,526,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
2,720,279,000.00

-.--...

$2,460,795,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
296,526,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
2,720,279,000.00

On demand; on
June 30:
1978
1979
1980
1977
1978
1975
1976
1970
19711972.,
1973.,
19741975-.

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....do...-do..
-..do..
....do-.

-do-do..
-do.do.do..

---.do
do
do
.-.-do
do
do
do
----do
-do
-do
-do
-do
-do

421,567,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
658,444,000.00
160,077,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,133,000,000.00
1,133,000,000.00
1,133,000,000.00
1,133,000,000.00
1,133,000,000.00
919,934,000.00 .

....
$349, 515,000.00
52,989,000.00
52,989,000.00
52,989,000.00
52,989,000.00

421,567,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
658,444,000.00
160,077,000,00
1,080,011,000.00
783,485,000.00
1,080, Oil, 000.00
1,080, Oil, 000.00
1,080,Oil, 000.00
1,080, Oil, 000.00
919,934,000.00

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Redeemable after
1 year from date
of issue and
payable on
June 30:

July 1, 1968..

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210,637,000.00

174, 697,000.00

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5 ^ % Series 1975
4 ^ % Series 1974
F o r e i g n service returement fund:
Certificates:
4 % Series 1969
3 % Series 1969
G o v e r n m e n t Ufe i n s m a n c e f u n d :

Notes:
534% Series 1975
4^^% Series 1971
Bonds:
434% Series
4 3 ^ % Series
3 M % Series
3 ^ % Series
3 M % Series
3 M % Series
3 ^ % Series
3 M % Series
3 H % Series
3 H % Series

1978
1979
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976

3 H % Series 1977
3 H % Series 1978
31.^% Series 1969
31.^% Series 1970
31/4% Series 1971
3 1 ^ % Series 1972
31.4% Series 1973
3 1 ^ % Series 1974
31,4% Series 1976
314% Series 1977
H i g h w a y t r u s t fund:
CertUicates:
4 M % Series 1969

J u n e 30, 1968.
J u n e 30, 1967.
J u n e 30, 1968.
do

do
J u n e 30, 1966.

J u n e 30, 1967
-do
J u n e 30, 1960
do
-do
...do
do
do
do
Various dates
J u n e 30, 1964.
do.
do
V a r i o u s dates from
F e b . 1, 1960.
do
do
do
do
.do
do
do
J u n e 30, 1968.

N a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e fund:
Notes:
5 1 ^ % Series 1975
.do
4 ^ % Series 1969
J u n e 30, 1966.
4 H % Series 1970
..do
4 ^ % Series 1971
do
3 H % Series 1969
J u n e 30, 1965.
3 ^ % Series 1970.
..•
...do
...
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




1975
1974
On demand; on
J u n e 30:
1969
do
R e d e e m a b l e after
1 y e a r from
issue d a t e a n d
payable on
J u n e 30:
1975
1971
O n d e m a n d ; on .
J u n e 30:
1978
1979
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974.
1975from
1976-

6, 527,000.00
274,886,000.00

.do.,
-do..

6,527,000.00
287,311,000.00

do.
do.

40,723,000.00
1,137,000.00

40, 723,000.00
1,137,000.00

do
do

do.
do.

64,365,000.00
77,986,000.00

64,365,000.00
77,986,000.00

-do.
do.
do.
do.
-do.
do.
--do
-do-.
-do-,
-do..

...-do
...-do
--.do.....-..do
...-do—..
...-do..
do
-do.,
-do.,
-do..

26,666,000.00
2,912,000.00
670,000.00
670,000.00 --'670,000.00
670,000.00
670,000.00
670,000.00
73,770,000.00
6,971,000.00

25,556, 000.00
2,912, 000.00
670, 000. 00
670, 000. 00
670, 000.00
670, 000. 00
670, 000.00
670, 000.00
73,770, 000. 00
5,971, 000. 00

J u n e 3 0 - D e c 31
do
J u n e 30
do

197719781969-

.do....
-do—
-do—

1970-.
1971..
1972..
1973-1974.1976-.
1977..

.do
.do.....
-do
.do.....
-do
-do—.-do..-..

J u n e 30-Dec. 31
R e d e e m a b l e after
1 yeai- from d a t e
of issue a n d
p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:
J u n e 30
1975.
1969
do
1970
do
1971
do
1969
do
1970-do

...do..
...do..
...do..

--

23,807,000.00
48,214,000.00
73,100,000. 00

12,425,000.00

--.

6,563, 000. 00

23,807, 000. 00
48,214,000. 00
66,637,000. 00

.do....
-do—,
-do...
.do..-.
.do....
-do-.,
-do....

73,100,000.00
73,100,000.00
73,100,000.00
73,100,000.00
73,100,000.00
67,799,000.00
49,963,000.00

73,100,000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
73,100,000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
67,799,000. 00
49,963,000. 00

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978,324,000.00

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978,324,000. 00

332,597,000.00
13,696,000.00 ,
13,696,000.00
544,480,000. 00
6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00

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332,597, 000. 00
13,696,000. 00
13,696,000. 00
544,480,000. 00
6,946, 000. 00
6,946, 000. 00

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Description

Date

When r e d e e m a b l e
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

A v e r a g e price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding '

INTEREST-BEARING
D E B T a—Continued

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N a t i o n a l service Ufe insurance
fund—Continued
Bonds:
434% series 1981
3 ^ % Series 1969
3 M % Series 1970
3 M % Series 1971
3 M % Series 1972
3 ^ % Series 1973
3 ^ % Series 1974
3 H % Series 1975
3 H % Series 1971
3 H % Series 1972
3 H % Series 1973
3H7o Series 1974
3 H % Series 1975
35/^% Series 1976
3 H % Series 1977
3 % % Series 1978
35/^% Series 1979
3 H % Series 1980
3 % % Series 1978
3 } i % Series 1976
3 ^ % Series 1977
3 } i % Series 1976. .
3 % Series 1969
3 % Series 1970
3 % Series 1971..
3 % Series 1972
3 % Series 1973.
3 % Series 1974..
R a i l r o a d r e t h e m e n t account:




- . J u n e 30 1967
- . J u n e 30, I 9 6 0 . . . .
do..
do..
do.dododoV a r i o u s dates
from J u n e 30,
1964.
do..
do..
.do.do..
do..
do..
do..
do..
do..
-- J u n e 30, 1963
-- J u n e 30, 1 9 6 2 . . . .
doJ u n e 30, 1961
- . F e b . 1, L960
do..
do..
dodo..
-do..

On demand; on
J u n e 30:
1981
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1971

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. . . . Par
- J u n e 30
----do
--..do
.---do
-.-.do
.---do
..-.do
--do—.----.
do

1972
--..do
-.-.dO...--.--1973
--.-do
---1974
1975
--.do
.--do.........
1976
1977
---do
1978
....dO....-.-1979
--.do
.--.
1980
-.-.do....-- —
1978
....do
1976
--.-do
---.
1977
....-..do
1976
do
1969
.--.do
..-.do
1970
....do
1971-.
1972
....do
1973
....do
1974
.-..do.
R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from d a t e
of issue a n d

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

.

$225, 452,000.00
7, 873,000.00
7, 873,000.00
7, 873,000.00
7, 873,000;00
7, 873,000.00
7, 873,000.00
386, 873,000.00
6, 946,000.00

$225,452,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
386,873,000.00
6,946,000.00

6, 946,000.00
6, 946,000.00
6, 946,000.00
6, 946,000.00
6, 946,000.00
7, 512,000.00
95, 560,000.00
393, 819,000.00
393, 819,000.00
298, 259,000.00
43, 724,000.00
386, 307,000.00
343, 149,000.00
379, 000,000.00
379, 000,000.00
379, 000,000.00
379, 000,000.00
379, 000,000.00
379, 000,000.00

6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
7,512,000:00
95,660,000.00
393,819,000.00
393,819,000.00
298,259,000.00
43,724,000.00
386,307,000.00
343,149,000.00
379,000,000.00
379,000,000.00
379,000,000.00
379,000,000.00
379,000,000.00
379,000,000.00

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5M% Series 1975
4K% Series 1971
4M% Series 1974
Bonds:
43^% Series 1971

payable on
June 30:
1975
1971
1974

June 30, 1968
June 30, 1966
June 30, 1967
Various dates
from June 30,
1964.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Oct. 5, 1963
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

43^% Series 1972
43^% Series 1973
43^% Series 1974
43^% Series 1975.
43^% Series 1976
43^% Series 1977
4H% Series 1978
.
43^% Series 1979
43^% Series 1980
4% Series 1971
i% Series 1972
4% Series 1973
i% Series 1974
4% Series 1975
i% Series 1976
4% Series 1977
4% Series 1978
Railroad
rethement
holding
account:
Certificates:
5M% Series 1969
June 30, 1968
Raihoad retirement supplemental
account:
Certificates:
5H% Series 1969
do
Unemployment trust fund:
43^% Series 1969
do
Veterans' special term insurance
fund:
4% Series'l969
Veterans' reopened insurance fund:
5 ^ % Series 1969
Total special issues
Total interest-bearin? debt
outstanding
Footnotes at end of table.




On demand; on
June 30:
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978

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do
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do
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482,623,000.00
321,044,000.00
416,402,000.00

23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
208,201,000.00
208,201,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00

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$19,448,000.00

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482,623,000.00
,321,044,000.00
416,402,000.00

23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
23,110,000.00
208,201,000.00
208,201,000.00
165,643,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
186,091,000.00
185,091,000.00
185,091,000.00

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6,169,000.00

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June 30

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87,099,000.00
62,140,863,026.71
507,422,909,275.19

87,099,000.00
2,614,660,677.77

59,626,302,347.94

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Title

Amount
outstanding

MATURED DEBT ON WfflCH INTEREST HAS CEASED
Old debt matured (issued prior to Apr. 1,1917) 2 b
2
23^% postal savings bonds 0
First Liberty bonds, at various interest rates ^
Other Liberty bonds and Victory notes, at various interest rates » . . . .
Treasury bonds, at various interest rates a
Adjusted service bonds of 1945*.
Treasury notes, at various interest rates »
Treasury savings notes »

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Amount
outstanding

Title

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED—Con.
23 $1,438,360.26
23173,120.00
23 520,050.00
4,315,060.00
19,687,300.00
1,041,000.00
46,879,400.00
310,500.00

Treasury notes, tax series »
Certificates of indebtedness, at various Interest rates »
Treasury bills a
Treasury savings certificates a . . .
U.S. savings bonds «
Armed Forces leave bonds »
Total matured debt on which interest has ceased

.-.

$79,860.00
631,800.00
62,945,000.00
23 67,060.00
80,383,274.06
5,341,700.00
213,663,454.31

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Special notes of the United States (the notes are nonnegotiable, bear no Interest, and are payable on demand):
Intemational Monetary Fund series (issued pursuant to the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements Act, approved July 31,1946 (22 U.S.C. 286e),
and under the authority of and subject to the provisions ofthe Second Liberty Bond Act, asamended)
Mortgage Guaranty Insmance Company Tax and Loss Bonds (issued pursuant to Sec. 832(e), intemal Revenue Code of 1964). These securities are exempt
from aU taxation now or hereafter imposed on the principal by any State or any possession of the United States or of any local taxing authority.._
U.S. savings stamps (PubUc Debt Act of 1942 (31 U.S.C. 767c))
Excess profits tax refund bonds were issued under authority of and subject to the provisions of the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended, and sections
780 to 783, inclusive, of the Intemal Revenue Code of 1939, as amended. These bonds did not bear Interest and were payable at the option of the owner
after Jan. 1,1946. The first series matured on Dec. 31,1948, and the second series on Dec. 31,1949:
First Series
Second Series.:
Total excess profits tax refund bonds
Old demand notes (acts of July 17, 1861 (12 Stat. 259); Aug. 6, 1861 (12 Stat. 313); Feb. 12, 1862 (12 Stat. 338)). (The $60,030,000 Issued mcludes $60,000,000
authorized to be outstanding and amounts issued on deposits including reissues.)
Fractional currency (acts of July 17,1862 (12 Stat. 692); Mar. 3,1863 (12 Stat. 711); June 30,1864 (13 Stat. 220)). (The $368,724,080 issued includes $50,000,000
authorized to be outstanding and amounts Issued on deposits Including reissues.)
Legal tender notes (acts of Feb. 25,1862 (12 Stat. 345); July 11,1862 (12 Stat. 632); Mar. 3, 1863 (12 Stat. 719); May 31,1878 (31 U.S.C. 404); Mar. 14,1900 (31
U.S.C. 408); Mar. 4, 1907 (31 U.S.C. 403)). (Greatest amount ever authorized t o b e outstanding $450,000,000.)
Old series currency (31 U.S.C. 912-916)
.-„.
Silver certificates (Act of June 24,1967)
National bank notes, redemption account (act of July 14,1890 (31 U.S.C. 408))




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4,028,500.86
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23 52,917.60
23241,965,129.84
23 322,639,016.00
23 2 6,180,870.50
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23 2 59, o48,002.00
4

Thrift and Treasury savings stamps

23 3,698,432.75

Total debt bearing no mterest

2,923,639,312.07
SUMMARY

Gross debt (hicluding $27,040,428,742.13 to finance expenditures of Govemment corporations for which secmities of such corporations are held bythe Treasury).
Debt of U.S. Govemment agencies
Total gross public debt and debt of U.S. Government agencies.
Deduct debt not subject to statutory limitation 2
5
_
Add participation certificates (12 U.S.C. 1717(c))
Total debt subject to limitation 25
__
1 Payable on date indicated except where otherwise noted. Where two dates are
shown for Treasmy bonds, first date is earliest caU date and second date is maturity
date.
2 ReconcUiation by classification to the basis of daUy Treasury statement Is shown
In table 26.
3 Treasury bills are shown at maturity value and are sold on a discount basis with
competitive bids for each issue. The average sale price on these series gives an approximate yield on a bank discount basis (360 days a year) as indicated opposite each issue of
bills. This yield differs sUghtly from the yield on a discount basis (365 or 366 days a
year) which is shown in the summary table 26.
* This issue refunded by an issue of 366-day and 273-day Treasury bills dated June 30,
1968. Settlement for accepted tenders wiU be made on July 1,1968.
5 Additional issue of 273-day Treasury bills wiU be issued July 1,1968.
8 Redeemable, at par and accrued interest to date of payment, at any time upon the
death of the owner at the option of the duly constituted representative of the deceased
owners' estate, provided entire proceeds of redemption are applied to payment of Federal estate taxes on such estate.
7 Not called for redemption on first caU date. Callable on succeeding interest payment dates.
8 Of this amount $147,331,500 face amount was issued hi exchange for Series F and G
savhigs bonds maturhig in the calendar year 1961, and $365,600 face amount was issued
for cash.
9 Of this amount $41,313,500 face amount was issued In exchange for Series F and Q
savings bonds maturing in the calendar years 1963 and 1964, and $93,000 face amount
was issued for cash.
10 Of this amount $33,834,500 face amount was issued in exchange for Series F and G
savhigs bonds maturing in the calendar years 1983 and 1964, and $102,000 face amount
was Issued for cash.
11 Redeemable prior to maturity In whole or in part as per agreement.




347,533,331,468.10
568,586,900.00
348,101,917,368.10
653,867,643.85
3,260,000,000.00
350,698,049,724.25

1 These bonds are subject to call by the United States for redemption prior
2
to maturity
1 Issued at par. Semiannual interest is added to principal.
3
1 May be exchanged at option of owner for marketable IH percent 5-year Treasury
4
notes, dated Apr. 1 and Oct. 1 immediately preceding the date of exchange.
1 Includes $316,389,000 of securities received by Federal National Mortgage Associa5
tion tn exchange for mortgages.
1 Amounts Issued and retired for Series E and J savings bonds and for savings notes
8
include accrued discount; amounts outstanding are stated at current redemption values.
Amounts issued, rethed, and outstanding for Series H and K are stated at par value.
1 Redeemable after 1 year from issiie date at option of owner.
7
1 Unclassified redemptions of savings notes are included in unclassified redemptions
8
of Series E savings bonds beginning May 1,1968.
1 At option of owner, bonds dated May 1, 1941, through May 1, 1949, may be held
9
and wiU accrue interest for additional 20 years; bonds dated on and after June 1, 1949,
may be held and wiU accrue interest for additional 10 years.
20 Represents a weighted average of the approximate yields of bonds of various issue
dates within the yearly series if held to maturity or U held from issue date to end of
applicable extension period, computed on the basis of bonds outstanding June 30, 1967.
(For detaUs of yields by issue dates, see Treasury Chculars No. 663 (Seventh Revision)
for Series E and No. 905 (Fourth Revision) for Series H, Mar. 18,1966, and Apr. 7,1966.
respectively.)
21 At option of owner, bonds dated June 1,1952, through May 1, 1969, may be held
and wiU accrue interest for additional 10 years.
22 For detaUed information see 1966 annual report, page 435.
23 Not subject to the statutory debt limitation.
24 After deducting amounts officiaUy estimated to have been lost or irrevocably
destroyed.
25 For statutory limit on the public debt, see tables 30 and 31.
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AUTHORIZING ACTS:
(a) Sept. 24,1917, as amended.
(b) Various.
(c) June 25, 1910.
4% Bonds 1980
(d) Apr. 24, 1917.
TAX STATUS:
(e) Treasury biUs are not considered capital assets under the Internal Revenue
Code of 1954. The difference between the price paid for the bUls and the amount
% Bonds 1968 (9-1&-63)
actuaUy received upon their sale or redemption at maturity for Federal income tax
purposes is to be treated as an ordinary gain or loss for the taxable year in which the
transaction occurs.
(f) Incorne derived from these securities is subject to all taxes now OT hereafter hnposed under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.
4% Bonds 1973
(g) Any gain or loss derived from the exchange of the foUowing securities wIU be taken
41^% Bonds 1989-94Into account for Federal hicome tax purposes upon the disposition or redemption of
the new securities.
Effective date
New security
of exchange
Security exchanged
33/^% Bonds 1980
Oct. 3,1960 23^% Bonds 1962-67.
4% Bonds 1970
33^% Bonds 1990
.- Oct. 3,1960 23/^% Bonds 1963-68.
41^% Bonds 1975-85
•iiy^or Rond.? iqqs
Oct
3 1960 /^^^^o Bonds June 15, 1964-69.
3y2% Bonds 1998
31^% Bonds 1980
33^% Bonds 1990
33/^% Bonds 1998
4% Bonds 1971
4% Bonds 1980
31^% Bonds 1990
33^% Bonds 1998
4% Bonds 1972 (9-15-62)

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3 ^ % Bonds 1974




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(2}4%
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.91/ Bonds 1966-70.
\ Sept. 16,1961 \2>^% Bonds 1966-71.
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J
^'^^'^ Bonds 1964.
3%
Mar. 1 iQfio |/2 ^ % Bonds 1965.
1,1962
Mar. 1,1962 25^% Bonds 1965.
23^% Bonds Sept. 15, 1967-72.
\ ,.
. ^ggo 23^% Bonds June 15, 1967-72.
/ ^^^^^' ^'^^^^ 23^% Bonds Dec 16, 1967-72.
33^% Certificates A-1963.
2 ^ % Notes A-1963.
3^%
Sept. 15,1962 3K% Notes E-1963.
Certificates B-1963.
33^% Notes D-1963.
4% Notes B-1963.
33^% Certificates C-1963.
33^% CertUicates D-1963.
Mar. 15,1963 23^% Bonds 1963.
3% Bonds 1964.
33^% Notes B-1966.
Mar. 15,1963 35^% Notes B-1966.
3% Bonds 1966.
, 3 ^ % Bonds 1966.

4% Bonds 1969 (10-1-57)
43^% Bonds 1973
41^% Bonds 1987-92

4% Bonds 1970(1-15-65)
4 ^ % Bonds 1974
4 ^ % Bonds 1987-92

Mar.

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3y2% Notes B-1965.
3 ^ % Notes B-1966.
33^% Certificates C-1963.
Certificates
16,1963 33^% Bonds 1963. D-1963.
23^%
3% Bonds 1964.
3% Bonds 1966.
l33^% Bonds 1966.
3}4% CertUicates B-1964.
18,1963 4M% Notes A-1964.
3M% Notes D-1964.
• 3 ^ % Certificates B-1964.
4 ^ % Notes A-1964.
3%%'Notes D-1964.
18,1963 3M% Bonds 1966.
4% Notes A-1966.
3y8% Notes B-1967.
.3H% Notes A-1967.
6% Notes B-1964.
43^% Notes C-1964.
^Q ^QR. 3H% Notes E-1964.
29,1964 3 ^ % Notes F-1964.
4 ^ % Notes A-1965.
25^% Bonds 1965.
• 3 ^ % Notes C-1965.
3H% Notes B-1966.
24,1964 4% Notes A-1966.
3H% Notes B-1967.
l 3 ^ % Bonds 1966.
(33^% Notes B-1965.
4% Notes E-1966.
3 ^ % Notes B-1966.
19,1965 ( 33^% Notes C-1966.
3 ^ % Notes A-1967.
3 ^ % Bonds 1966.
,35^% Bonds 1967.

(h) These issues, being investments of various Government funds and payable only
for the account of such funds, have no present tax liabUity.
MEMORANDUM RELATING TO OTHER SECURITIES:
Securities of the United States payable on presentation:
U.S. registered interest checks payable
.
$14,322,168.46
U.S. interest coupons dueand outstanding
101,833,670.90
Interest payable with and accrued discount added to principal
of U.S. securities.
62,718,307.71
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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 29.—Description of agency securities subject to statutory limitation,
J u n e 30, 1968
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Securities

Rate of
interest

Amount

UNMATURED D E B T

District of Columbia Armory Board Stadium bonds of 1970-79 issued under
the act of Sept. 7, 1957, as amended (2 D.C. Code 1722-1727)12
Federal Housing Administration debentures issued under the act of June 27,
1934, as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701-1750g)3 4
Mutual mortgage insurance fund:
Series AA
Series AA
Series AA
Series AA
Series A A..
Series AA
Series A A
Series AA
Series AA
.
.
Series AA
.
Series AA . .
Series AA
. . ... . . . .
Series AA
Cooperative management housing insurance fund:
Series NN
Series NN
Series N N
Series NN
Series N N . .
General insurance fund:
General insurance:
Series MM
.
.
.
Series MM.•Series MM
Series MM
Series MM
Series MM.Series MM
Series MM.
Series MM
Series MM
Series MM
Series MM
Series MM
Armed services housing mortgage insurance fund:
Series F F
Series F F .
Series F F
Series F F .
. .
.
.
.
Series F F
Series F F .
.
. .
Series F F
.
Housing insurance fund:
SeriesBB
. . ..
.
Series BB
SeriesBB
. . . . . .
. . .
. . .
Series BB
.
SeriesBB
. . . .
SeriesBB
SeriesBB
. . . . .
SeriesBB
SeriesBB
. . . .
SeriesBB
Series BB
SeriesBB
National defense housing insurance fund:
Series G G . .
Series GQ
Series GG
.
.
. . . ... .
Series GG
Series G G . .
Series GG
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Series GG-Sec 220 housing insurance fund:
Series CC
Series CC
Series CC
Series CC

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4.20

$19,800,000.00

23^
2^
2%
23^
3

207, 200. 00
192, 700. 00
166, 300. 00
476,950. 00
684,150. 00
2,256, 650. 00
531,050.00
1,595,100.00
5,941,550. 00
12,148, 900.00
6,410,000.00
10,044, 960.00
2,998,450. 00

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3^
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2,192,160.00
1, 292,200.00
893, 700.00
635,250. 00
10,482,960. 00
10,170,350. 00
644,000.00
31,250. 00
52,460. 00
127,050. 00
12,050. 00
84, 600.00
1,867, 800.00
16,283, 350. 00
101, 757,300.00
86,472, 600. 00
149,220, 000.00
2,992,300.00
174,060.00
20, 750.00
10,500.00
52,360.00
10,000.00
12, 600.00
11,200. 00
4, 774, 600. 00
1, 519,800.00
294, 050.00
6 350 00
1,038, 700. 00
211,060. 00
816,660.00
4,818, 700.00
9,243,150.00
6,054,200. 00
6, 691,350.00
9,084,400.00
11,741,200. 00
1,976,400. 00
8, 712,800.00
4,479,300. 00
50,000.00
303, 760. 00
9, 050. 00
4, 740,000. 00
9,251,200.00
2,336, 750.00
3,344, 000. 00

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TABLE 29.—Description of agency securities subject to statutory limitation,
June 30, 1968—Continued
Securities

Rate of
interest

Amount

UNMATURED DEBT—Continued

Federal Housing Administration debentures issued under the act of J u n e 27,
1934, as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701-1760g) 3 4—Continued
General insurance fund-^C ontinued
Sec. 221 housing insurance fund:
Series D D
.
Series D D
Series D D
Series D D
Series D D
.
Series D D
.
Series D D
Series D D - _ .
.-.
Servicemen's mortgage insurance fund:
Series E E
Series E E
Series E E
Series E E
Series E E
Series E E
Series E E . .
Series E E
Series E E
Series E E
Series EE
Title I housing insurance fund:
Series R
SeriesT
War housing insurance fund:
SeriesH
Subtotal..

Percent
33^
3}4
3H
33/^
3^
33^
4
43^

$16,700.00
1,660.00
1,125,060.00
9,233,300.00
1,428,460.00
81,800.00
68,350.00
173,100.00

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3
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3}4
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33^^
4
43^

25,550.00
267,400.00
261,950.00
1,300,860.00
270,460.00
868,860.00
2,372,400.00
983,400.00
1,367,600.00
1,647,200.00
3,353,650.00

23^
3
2^

37,950.00
124,750.00
3,787,600.00
548,420,100.00

Total unmatured debt

568,220,100.00

MATURED D E B T S

Commodity Credit Corporation, interest
District of Columbia Armory Board, interest
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation:
Principal. __
Interest
Federal Housing Admhiistration:
Principal
Interest
Home Owners' Loan Corporation:
Principal
Interest
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, interest
Total matured debt (prmcipal and interest)
Total

11. 25
71,505. 00
109,100.00
31,774.09
7,300.00
2,210.48
249,400.00
65,102.26
19.25
636,422.33
568,756,522.33

1 Issued on J u n e 1, 1960, at a price to yield 4.1879 percent, b u t sale was n o t consummated u n t i l A u g . 2,
1960. Interest is payable semiannuaUy on J u n e 1 a n d Dec. 1. These bonds are redeemable on a n d after J u n e
1, 1970, and m a t u r e on Dec. 1, 1979.
2 T h e securities a n d t h e income derived therefrom, a n d gain from t h e sale or other disposition thereof
or transfer as b y inheritance or gift, are subject to taxation b y t h e United States, b u t are exempt both as
to principal a n d interest from all taxation, except estate and inheritance taxes, unposed b y t h e District of
Columbia.
' Issued a n d payable on various dates. Interest is payable semiannually on J a n . 1 a n d J u l y 1. AU u n m a t u r e d debentures are redeemable on a n y interest d a y or days, on 3 m o n t h s ' notice.
4 U n d e r t h e Public D e b t Act of 1941 (31 U.S.C. 742a), income or gain derived from these securities is subject to all Federal taxes now or hereafter unposed. T h e securities are subject to surtaxes, estate, inheritance,
or gift taxes whether Federal or State, b u t are exempt from all taxation now or hereafter imposed on t h e
principal or interest thereof b y a n y State, municipality, or local taxing authority. Debentures issued on
contracts entered into before Mar. 1,1941, are exempt from all taxation except surtaxes, estate, inheritance,
and gift taxes.
5 F u n d s are on deposit w i t h t h e Treasurer of t h e United States for p a y m e n t of principal of $366,800 a n d
interest of $170,622.33.
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TABLE 30.—Debt subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1968
[In miUions of dollars]
P A R T L—STATUS U N D E R LIMITATION, JUNE 30, 1968
The statutory debt limit established by the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended (31
U.S.C. 757b) 1.
358,000
Amounts outstanding subject to statutory debt limitation:
U.S. Government securities issued under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as aniended.. 346,925
Debt of U.S. Government agencies
569
Participation certificates (12 U.S.C. 1717(c))
3,250
Total amount outstanding subject to statutory debt limitatioii

350,743

Balance issuable under limitation

7,257

P A R T I I . - A P P L I C A T I O N OF STATUTORY LIMITATION, J U N E 30, 1968
Total
outstanding

Classification
Public debt:
Interest-bearing debt:
Public issues—marketable:
Treasury b i l l s . . .
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds

64,440
71,073
91,079

Totalmarketable public issues...
Public issues—nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury notes:
Foreign series
Foreign currency series
Treasury bonds:
Foreign series
Treasury certificates
U.S. savings bonds.
U.S. savings notes...
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds, investment series

226,592

893
217
-

994
1,523
114
30
51,712
203
27
.30
23
2,516

Total nonmarketable publicissues

68,282

Special issues to Government agencies and trust funds.

59,526

Total interest-bearing debt

344,401

Matured debt on which interest has ceased.

254

Debt bearing no interest:
Special notes of the United States:
International Monetary Fund series
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company tax and loss bonds
U.S. savings s t a m p s . . .
Excess profits tax refund bonds.
U.S.notes.--.
Deposits for retirement of national bank and Federal Reserve bank notes
Silver certificates
Other debt bearing no hiterest

.---

Total debt bearing no interest

2,924

Total public debt 2

347,678

Debt of U.S. Government agencies:
Interest-bearing debt.
Matured debt on which interest has ceased

568
(*)

Total debt of U.S. Government agencies..
Total public debt and debt of U.S. Government agencies.
Deduct debt not subject to limitation
Add participation certificates
Total subject to limitation

2,209
4
59
1
323
80
238
11

669
.'

348,147
654
3,250
360,743

*Less than $500,000.
1 The following table details amendments to the act.
2 Includes public debt incurred to finance expenditures of wholly-owned Government corporations and
other activities hi exchange for which securities of the corporations and activities were issued to the Treasury.
See table 103.
32S-I147—'69
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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 31.—Debt limitation under the Second Liherty Bond Act, as amended, 1917-68
Date and act

History of legislation

Amount of
limitation

Sept. 24,1917
40 Stat. 288
40 Stat. 290

Sec. 1 authorized issuance of bonds in the amount of
Sec. 5 authoiized certificates of indebtedness outstandhlg.

.-.

$7,638,945,460
4,000,000,000

Apr. 4,1918
40 Stat. 502._
40 Stat. 604

Amended sec 1, Increasing bond issuance authority to
Amended sec. 6, increasing authority for certificates outstanding t o - . .

12,000,000,000
8,000,000,000

July 9,1918
40 Stat. 844

Amended sec. 1, increasing bond issuance authority to

20,000,000,000

Mar. 3,1919
40 Stat. 1311
40 Stat. 1309

Amended sec. 6, increasing authority for certificates outstanding to
Added sec. 18, authorizing issuance of notes in the amount of

10,000,000,000
7,000,000,000

Nov. 23,1921
42 Stat. 321

Amended sec. 18, providing limit on notes outstanding

June 17,1929
46 Stat. 19

7,600,000,000

Mar. 3,1931
46 Stat. 1606

Amended sec. 5, authorizing bills in addition to certificates of indebtedness outstandmg

10,000,000,000

Amended sec. 1, increasing bond issuance authority to.-

28,000,000,000

Jan. 30,1934
48 Stat. 343

Amended sec. 18, increasing authority for notes outstanding to

10,000,000,000

Amended sec. 1, providing limit on bonds outstanding
Added sec. 21, consolidating authority for certificates and bills (sec. 5)
and authority for notes (sec. 18) outstandmg
'.

25,000,000, 000

Feb. 4,1936
49 Stat. 20
49 Stat. 21
May 26,1938
62 Stat. 447
July 20,1939
53 Stat. 1071
June 25,1940
54 Stat. 526
Feb. 19,1941
56 Stat. 7
Mar. 28,1942
56 Stat. 189
Apr. 11,1943
57 Stat. 63
June 9,1944
68 Stat. 272
Apr. 3,1945
69 Stat. 47
June 26,1946
60 Stat. 316
Aug. 28,1954
68 Stat. 895
June 30,1955
69 Stat. 241
July 9, 1956
70 Stat. 519
Feb. 26,1958
72 Stat. 27
Sept. 2, 1958
72 Stat. 1768
June 30,1959
73 Stat. 166

20,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, consolidathig authority for bonds, notes, certificates
of indebtedness, and biUs outstanding (bonds limited to $30 bUlion)..

45,000,000,000

Amended sec 21, removhig limitation on bonds without changing
authorized total of bonds, notes, certificates of indebtedness, and
bills outstanding

45,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, adding new authority for issuance of $4 billion
National Defense Series obligations outstanding

49,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, eliminating authority for $4 bUlion of National
D efense Series obligations and increasing limitation to

65,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasmg limitation to

125,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, uicreasing lunitation to

210,000,000,000

Amended sec 21, increasing limitation to

_._

260,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, including obligations guai*anteed as to principal
and interest by the United States and increasing limitation to
300,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, defining face amount of savings bonds to be cmrent
redemption value and decreasing limitation to
275,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $6 biUion during period beghining
Aug. 28, 1954, and endhig June 30, 1955
281,000,000,000
Amended act of Aug. 28, 1954, extending increase in limitation until
June 30, 1966
281,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $3 billion dmmg period beginnhig
J u l y l , 1956, and endmg June 30, 1967
278,000,000,000
Temporary hicrease terminated July 1,1957, and limitation reverted to- 275,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $6 billion dmmg period beginning
Feb. 26, 1958, and endhig Juiie 30, 1969
280,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $283 billion, which, with
temporary increase of Feb. 26, 1958, made limitation
288,000,000, 000
Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $286 billion, and increased
sec. 21 limitation by $10 bUlion during period beghining July 1,1969,
and endhig June 30,1960
295,000,000,000




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109

TABLE 31.—Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended,
1917-68—Contmued
Date and act
June 30,1960
74 Stat. 290

History of legislation

Amount of
limitation

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $8 biUion during period beginning
J u l y l , 1960, and ending June 30, 1961
$293,000,000,000
June 30,1961
75 Stat. 148------ Increased sec. 21 limitation by $13 billion during period beginning
J u l y l , 1961, and ending June 30, 1962
298,000,000,000
Mar. IS, 1962
76 Stat. 23
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $2 billion (in addition to temporary
increase of $13 bUlion hi act of June 30,1961) durhig period beginnhig
Mar. 13, 1962, and ending June 30, 1962
300,000,000,000
July 1,1962
76 Stat. 124
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning July 1,1962, and ending Mar. 31,1963, to
308,000,000,000
(2) beginning Apr. 1,1963, and ending June 24,1963, to
305,000,000,000
(3) beghmmg June 26, 1963, and ending June 30, 1963, to
300,000,000,000
May 29,1963
77 Stat. 50
-- Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning May 29,1963, and ending June 30, 1963, to.
307,000,000,000
(2) beginnmg July 1,1963, and endhig Aug. 31,1963, to
309,000,000,000
Aug. 27,1963
77 Stat. 131
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning Sept. 1, 1963,
and endmg Nov. 30,1963, to
309,000,000,000
Nov. 26,1963
77 Stat. 342- - . . . . Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning Dec. 1,1963, and ending June 29, 1964, to
315,000,000,000
(2) ending June 30,1964, to
309,000,000,000
June 29,1964
78 Stat. 225
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning June 29, 1964,
and endhig June 30, 1965, to
_
324,000,000,000
June 24,1965
79 Stat. 172
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1, 1966,
and endhig June 30, 1966, to
328,000,000,000
June 24,1966
80 Stat. 221
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1, 1966,
and endhig June 30, 1967, to
—
_.
330,000,000,000
Mar. 2,1967
81 Stat. 4
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning Mar. 2, 1967,
and ending June 30, 1967, to
336,000,000,000
June 30,1967
81 Stat. 99
Sec 21 amended to increase limitation on aggregate outstanding at any
time to
.—
.- 368,000,000,000
Sec. 21 amended also to increase the limitation temporarily, beginnhig
July 1,1968, and each July 1 thereafter for the period beginning July 1
and ending June 29 of each succeeding calendar year by $7 biUion,
providing an operathig limitation of
366,000,000,000




II. Operations
T A B L E 32.—Puhlic debt receipts and expenditures by classes, monthly for fiscal year 1968 and totals for 1967 and 1968
[On basis of daUy Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"!
Receipts (issues)
P u b l i c Issues:
Marketable:
T r e a s m y biUs:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation.
Other
T r e a s u r y notes .
Subtotal...
Exchanges:
T r e a s u r y biUs:
R e g u l a r weekly
Other.
T r e a s u r y notes . . .
Certificates of Indebtedness,
regular
Subtotal
T o t a l m a r k e t a b l e issues.._
Nonmarketable:
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
Foreign series.
Foreign currency series
Depositary bonds
T r e a s m y notes:
Foreign series.
Foreign currency series
Treasmy bonds:
R E A series..
U . S . savings notes
. ..
U.S. retirement plan bonds
1% T r e a s u r y certificates
..
2.85% T r e a s u r y certificates
3.09% T r e a s u r y certificates
3.10% T r e a s u r y certificates




J u l y 1967

A u g u s t 1967

September 1967

October 1967

N o v e m b e r 1967

D e c e m b e r 1967

J a n u a r y 1968

$7, 592, 549, 000. 00 $7, 797,430,000. 00 $7,586,787,000. 00 $7,851,706,000.00
$7,853,184,000. 00 $7,661,831,000. 00
4, 004,346,000. 00 .
4,511,654,000.00 .
1,199, 942, 000. 00
2,321,380,000.00
3, 085,469, 000. 00 .
3, Oil, 115,000. 00 .
6,057,171,000. 00
4,663,386,000. 00
- 3 7 3 , 000. 00
1, 696,000. 00 .

$7,699,116,000.
2,528,267,000.
2,095,850,000.
-4,000.

12,796,837,000.00

7, 661,458,000. 00

12,323,229,000.00

2,358, 201,000. 00
3, 228,000. 00

2,316,279, 000. 00
904, 633,000. 00
2,298, 000. 00

16,940,070,000. 00 . 7,588,483,000.00

14, 684,640, 000. 00

16, 527,686,000. 00

00
00
00
00

1, 912,368, 000. 00
300,882, 000. 00
12,180, 000. 00

2, 253,668,000. 00
376,237,000.00 .
6,369,410,000. 00

2, 017, 649,000. 00

2,225,430,000. 00

8,999,315,000. 00

2,019,884,000.00

2,743,010,000. 00

10,872,295,000. 00

2,361,429,000. 00

25,939,385,000. 00

9,608,367,000.00

17,427,650, 000. 00

26,399,980,000. 00

10,022,887,000. 00

15,546,339,000. 00

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3,223,110,000. 00

16,022,267,000. 00

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2, 235,000. 00

2,053,717,000. 00
681,130,000. 00
8,163,000. 00

2,843,174,000. 00
301, 561,000. 00 .
7,727, 560,000. 00

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360,000,000. 00
152,678,819.28 .
946, 000. 00

395,000,000. 00

330,000,000. 00

676,000. 00

76,000. 00

125,495,708.05

75,131,117. 67

200, 000,000. 00 .
49,992, 501.12

225,000. 00
4,753,016. 75
167,056. 90

360,000. 00
8, 694,375. 00
148, 914. 88

83,000. 00
11,722,886. 00
140, 578.48

1,963, 000,000. 00

862, 000,000. 00

311,000. 00

225,000. 00

896,000,000. 00
217,489, 654. 29
693,000. 00

226,623,656.33

138,166,933. 52

23,173,896. 92

25, doo, 000. 00
154,821,154.27

108,000. 00
18,816,668.50
223,842.50

100,000. 00
17,347,796.50
406,900. 36

506,410,000. 00
152,168,399.70 ,
102,000. 00

15,906,174.54
32,779,056.26 .

s

83,000.00
17,414,677. 25
1, 566,110. 78
2,423,570. 50 .

70,000. 00
20,214,484. 00
2,383,699. 20

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Receipts (issues)
Public issues:
Marketable:
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly.
Tax anticipation
Other
Treasmynotes
Subtotal
Exchanges:
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly
Other
Treasury notes
CertUicates of indebtedness,
regular

February 1968

March 1968

$9,804,774,000. 00

$7,967,787,000. 00

April 1968

May 1968

Total, fiscal year
1968

Total, fiscal year
1967

2,162,266,000.00

1,071,948,000.00
3,361,366,000.00

$8,034,118,000. 00 $98,351,199,000. 00
11,044,167,000.00
16,038,856,000.00
1,018,000.00 18,351,507,000.00

$98,789,231,000. 00
10,030,466,000.00
14,304,509,000.00
7,098,666,000.00

7,967,764,000.00

10,340,538,000.00

14,736,949,000.00

8,035,136,000.00 143,785,729,000.00

130,222,772,000.00

2,803,051,000.00
2,442,754,000.00
401,157,000.00....
5,147,779,000.00
8,639,000.00

2,420,399,000.00
848,673,000.00
18,773,000.00

3,190,502,000.00
430,663,000.00
6,771,292,000.00

1,100,886,000.00...
4,277,280,000.00
16,182,940,000.00

-23,000.00

$8,188,272,000. 00 $10,313,646,000. 00

June 1968

2,772,664,000.00
2,337,000.00

29,384,426,000.00
4,244,736,000.00
26,073,894,000.00

20,921,426,000.00
3,006,921,000.00
20,982,044,000.00
6,919,382,000.00

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8,351,987,000.00

2,451,393,000.00

3,287,745,000.00

10,392,457,000.00

Total marketable issues..- 23,534,927,000.00

10,419,167,000.00

13,628,283,000.00

25,129,406,000.00

966,600,000.00

1,263,000,000.00

562,600,000.00

171,000.00

Nonmarketable: indebtedness:
Certificates of
Foreign series
Foreign cmrency series.Depositary b o n d s . . . .
Treasury notes:
Foreign series
Foreign cmrency series
Treasmy bonds:
REA series..
U.S. savings notes.
U.S. rethement plan bonds
1% Treasiiry certificates
.2.85% Treasmy certUicates
3.09% Treasury certificates
3.10% Treasury certificates




1,208,500,000.00

2,775,001,000.00

59,703,056,000.00

60,829,773,000.00

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10,810,137,000.00 203,488,785,000.00

181,052,545,000.00

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1,407,600,000.00
668,892,822.29
9,466,000.00
459,737,982.61

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125,000.00
19,419,972.60
162,675.74

229,000.00

198,000.00

466,000.00

10,983,610,000.00
522,336,873.27
4,169,000.00

300,000,000.00
100,103,555.40

78,000.00

147,901,833.39

340,203,906.16
30,106,530.80

222,000,000.00
160,258,219.04

1,087,203,906.16
1,221,765,105.41

255,000.00
19,815,649.00
156,282.77

30,000.00
20,803,680.25
165,383.34

50,000.00
21,677,106.13
181,008.62

200,000.00
20,619,046.12
464,964.66
4,935,688.35

1,689,000.00
201,098,256.00
6,166,418.13
7,369,268.85
15,906,174.54
32,779,056.25

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1,681,600,000.00

5,782,000.00
1,496,569.60
5,815,266.47
4,645,987.26
32,697,495.65

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Receipts (issues)

. July 1967

August 1967

September 1967

October 1967

November 1967

December 1967

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Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
3.37% Treasury certificates.
3.38% Treasury certUicates
3.41% Treasmy certiacates
3.462% Treasury certiQcates
3.69% Treasury certificates.
3.715% Treasury certificates
3.82% Treasury certificates
3.90% Treasury certificates
3.96% Treasm-y certificates.
4.03% Treasury certificates
4.07% Treasury certificates
4.15% Treasury certificates
4.150% Treasury certificates
4.19% Treasury certificates
4.23% Treasury certificates
4.24% Treasury certificates
4.29% TreasmT certificates
4.30% Treasury certificates
4.31% Treasmy certificates
4.37% Treasury certificates
4.435% Treasm-y certificates
4.46% Treasm-y certificates
4.486% Treasury certificates
4.514% Treasury certificates
4.542% Treasury certificates
4.58% Treasury certificates
4.629% Treasury certUicates
4.74% Treasury certificates
4.818% Treasury certificates
4.822% Treasury certificates
4.846% Treasmy certificates
4.97% Treasury certificates
4.989% Treasmy certificates
5.103% Treasury certificates
6.14% Treasury certificates
5.146% Treasury certificates
6.186% Treasury certificates
6.238% Treasury certificates
6.246% Treasury certificates
5.499% Treasury certificates
6.503% Treasury certificates




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$4,239,606.50
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1,098,987.39
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1,111,139.44

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6,786,894.79

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Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
3.37% Treasmy certificates...
3.38% Treasmy certificates
3.41% Treasmy certificates
3.462% Treasmy certificates
3.69% Treasm-y certificates
3.715% Treasmy certificates
3.82% Treasm-y certificates
3.90% Treasm-y certificates
3.95% Treasmy certificates
. 4.03% Treasmy certificates
4.07% Treasmy certificates
4.15% Treasury certificates
4.150% Treasmy certificates
4.19% Treasury certUicates
4.23% Treasmy certificates..
4.24% Treasmy certificates
4.29% Treasmy certificates
4.30% Treasmy certificates
4.31% Treasury certificates
4.37% Treasmy certificates
4.436% Treasmy certificates
4.46% Treasmy certificates
4.486% Treasmy certificates
4.514% Treasmy certtficates
4.642% Treasmy certificates
4.68% Treasmy certificates-.
4.629% Treasmy certificates
4.74% Treasmy certificates
4.818% Treasmy certificates..
4.822% Treasmy certificates
4.846% Treasmy certificates...
4.97% Treasmy certificates
4.989% Treasmy certificates
5.103% Treasury certificates
5.14% Treasmy certificates
'5.146% Treasmy certificates
5.186%, Treasmy certUicates.-..
5.238% Treasmy certificates
5.246% Treasmy certificates
6.499% Treasmy certificates
6.503% Treasmy certificates

February 1968

March 1968

AprU 1968

.

May 1968

June 1968

.

$15,863,031.86
15,821,021.86
4,239,606.50
16,003,925.51

•.

.

Total, fiscal year
1968

•.

15,953,860.46
16,051,443.40

.—

.
.

$16,099,169.03
.

$16,156,933.60

1,098,987.39

16,155,933.60
16,099,169.03

.
$16,210,303.85

16,210,303.85

...

1,446,13L 00
1,111,139.44
9,639,42L27

$16,268,637.40

6.871,544.33

1,481,107.80
2,899,445.15
1,137,370.74

$16,331,770.86
6,533,106.68

1,123,756.43
16,268,637.40
6,786,894.79
4,326,372.02
16,331,770.86
1,481,107.80
9,770,989.48
6,633,106.68
1,137,370.74

Total, fiscal year
1967

$32,611,916.10
8,148,640.12
1,088,874.47
32,511,982.62
31,533,668.71
32,409,269.14
6,508,728.35
9,629,120.69
32,091,32L62
32,199,812.70
32,299,074.58
31,742,423.30
31,636,203.67
6,274,336.20
1,076,798.18
31,973,168.93
14,316,991.39
1,050,209.92
6,431,200.23

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:
Receipts (issues)
Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds:
Issueprice
Accrued discount
Exchanges, Series H .
U.S. savhigs stamps
Tax and loss bonds
..
Total nonmarketable issues..Total public issues
Special Issues
CivU servIC' rethement fund
service
Exchange S
Exchange Stabilization Fund
Export-Import Bank ofthe United

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July 1967

$410,317,364.19
164,051,348.84
18,874,000.00
257,935.60
.

August 1967

$391,963,699.93
134,972,532.65
18,560,000.00
1,194,455.20

September 1967

October 1967

November 1967

December 1967

January 1968

$349,092,511.71
$403,449,933.66
$373,040,549.31
$352,268,206.12
$468,129,767.14
141,684,970.91
134,667,248.50
132,266,877.37
163,824,567.21
162,920,228.21
15,682,000.00
14,462,000.00
14,637,600.00
14,020,500.00
19,092,500.00
330,413.40
622,164.95
5,166,714.30
1,716.767.35
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1,042,521,017.19

1,121,176,145.45

1,478,846,517.42

2,656,121,416.52

1,454,946,963.38

1,980,031,826.31

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16,298,150,898.75

26,981,906,017.19

10,729,543,145.46

18,906,496,517.42

29,066,101,416.52

11,477,833,963.38

17,526,370,826.31

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243,670,000.00
863,083,866.17
181,200,000.00

265,660,000.00
1,079,714,470.37
85,100,000.00
32,000,000.00

277,778,000.00
1,029,800,076.12

212,705,000.00
1,161,115 438.62

298,585,000.00
1,056,664,571.55

218,883,000.00
1,669,739,353.14

281,637,000.00
963,006,293.25

239,186,000.00
52,000,000.00

192,358,000.00
54,000,000.00

197,724,000.00
52,000,000.00

183,745,000.00
52,000,000.00

110,413,000.00
62,000.000.00

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Federal disabUity Insmance trust
fund
196,378,000.00
Federal home loan banks
52,000,000.00
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
242,618,000.00
Federal old-age and smvivors Insmance trust fund
1,636,276,000.00
Federal Savings and Loan Insmance Corp
10,700,000.00
Federal supplementary medical insmance trust fund
62,728,000.00
Foreign service rethement fund
967,000.00
Government life insmance fund...
87,447,000.00
Highway trust f u n d - .
368,600,000.00
National service life insurance
fund
30,896,000.00
RaUroad rethement account
23,841,000.00
Railroad rethement holding account78,000.00
Railroad rethement supplemental
account
343,000.00
Unemployment trust fund...
77,283,000.00
Veterans' special term insmance
fund
1,421,000.00
Veterans'reopened Insmance fund.
2,659,000.00

 Total special issues


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4,072,187,865.17

3,000,000.00

71,511,000.00
161,206,000.00 "
52,000,000.00

315,170,000.00

259,822,000.00

247,772,000.00

227,000,000.00

262,307,000.00

439,508,000.00

2,905,650,000.00

1,333,795,000.00

1,607,073,000.00

1,762,028,000.00

1,827,679,000.00

1,148,439,000.00

5,000,000.00

6,400,000.00

3,500,000.00

151,628,000.00
704,000.00

56,202,000.00
784,000.00

122,634,000.00
757,000.00

157,224,000.00
928,000.00

117,688,000.00
832,000.00

.-

112,209,000.00
932,000.00

28,900,000.00

462,578,000.00

354,700,000.00

345,300,000.00

399,600,000.00

340,803,000.00

366,900,000.00

3,272,000.00
149,501,000.00

36,258,000.00
98,935,000.00

7,482,000.00
63,626,000.00

21,673,000.00
111,873,000.00

17,786,000.00
86,099,000.00

3,240,000.00
66,393,000.00

1,064,000.00

376,000.00

188,000.00

668,000.00

382,000.00

508,000.00

4,781,000.00
732,507,000.00

1,691,000.00
209,887,000.00

833,000.00
60,825,000.00

3,914,000.00
421,106,000.00

1,700,000.00
298,638,000.00

2,284,000.00
99,116,000.00

1,646,000.00
2,830,000.00

1,150,000.00
2,354,000.00

1,811,000.00
2,776,000.00

995,000.00
2,760,000.00

745,000.00
2,341,000.00

3,071,000.00
2,767,000.00

6,489,889,470.37

3,916,290,076.12

3,981,021,438.62

4,677,124,57L 65

6,081,267,363.14

3,741,834,293.25

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PubUc issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. savhigs bonds:
Issueprice..
Accrued discount
Exchanges, Series H .
U.S. savings stamps
Tax and loss b o n d s . .
Total nonmarketable issues...
Total public issues
Special issues:
CivU service rethement fund
Exchange Stabilization Fund
Export-Import Bank of the
United States 1
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp..
Federal disability insurance trust
fund.
Federal home loan banks
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
Federal old-age and smvivors
insmance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insmance Corp
Federal supplementary medical
insmance trust fund
Foreign service rethement f u n d . . .
Government life msmance fund
Highway trust fmid.
National service life insurance
fund.
Raih-oad rethement accomit
RaUroad rethement holding account.
Raih-oad rethement supplemental account
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans' special term insmance
fund..
Veterans' reopened insmance
fund.
Total special issues
Footnotes at end of taible.




Febniary 1968

March 1968

AprU 1968

May 1968

June 1968

Total, fiscal year
1968

Total, fiscal year
1967

$422,233,722.17
137,774,433.86
19,409,600.00
1,600,558.35

$398,365,732.39
144,605,762.96
17,608,000.00
1,915,226.70
94,875.67

$383,770,386.10
140,121,010.80
14,486,600.00
1,908,180.70
3,228,425.19

$431,980,897.46
131,855,894.12
17,351,500.00
4,430,248.95

$360,612,924.59
155,991,135.64
16,337,600.00

$4,735,125,594.76
1,734,536, O L 07
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199,321,600.00
19,132,665.60
4,028,600.86

$4,960,575,910.68
1,626,414,946.46
220,837,500.00
19,166,271.95

1,825,403,031. 65

1,961,717,552.82

1,997,372,627.31

1,556,703,728.63

26,360,330, 031. 66

12,380,874, 552.82

15, 626,655, 627.31

26, 686,109,728. 63

227,551,000.00
966,526,193.76

211,693,000.00
1,693,139,116.26

240,315,000.00
865,662,349. 62

247,027,000.00
1,084,366,285.78

1,867,016,000.00
1,015,668,025. 71

4,592,620,000.00
13,437,286,039.34

4,361,621,000.00
14,786,234,946. 52

152,568,000.00

173,188,000.00

173,919,000. 00

266,300,000.00
676,944,000.00

1,530,100,000.00
236,840,000. 00

370,888,000.00
52,000,000.00

390,160,000.00
93,800,000.00

906,262,000.00
352,000,000.00

3,678,733,000.00
1,033,800,000.00

2,757,216,000.00
12,000,500,000.00

69,758,000.00
297,831,000.00
.118,000,000.00

332,583,000.00
52,000,000.00

705,200.00
2,635,755,556.84

20,985,480,281.27

13,446,892, 555.84 224,474,265,281.27

9,857,124,846. 76
190, 909, 669,845. 76

371,809,000.00

423,142,000.00

447,060,000.00

471,484,000.00

897,719,000.00

4,605,411,000.00

3,364,304,000.00

2,646,875,000.00

2,240,003,000.00

2,519,784,000.00

3,499,312,000.00

4,293,432,000.00

27,320,246,000.00

27,838,604,000.00

8,000,000.00

12,000,000.00

124,551,000.00

118,700,000.00

210,637,000.00

528,388,000.00

181,784,000.00

102,241,000.00
658,000. 00

111,822,000.00
759,000.00

159,823,000.00
861,000.00

134,108,000.00
957,000.00

462,183,000.00

311,200,000.00

347,700,000.00

419,709,000.00

90,781,000.00
42,792,000.00
64,366,000.00
1,361,123,000.00

1,368,988,000.00
51,921,000. 00
151,812,000.00
6,529,396,000.00

1,738,683,000.00
61,692,000. 00
28,468,000.00
5,334,921,000.00

905,000.00
75,947,000.00

656,000.00
99,421,000.00

26,264,000.00
90,483,000.00

418,000.00
578,386,000.00

333,872,000.00
558,620,000.00

482,721,000.00
2,003,025,000.00

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2,194,442,000.00

534,000.00

630,000.00

490,000.00

1,760,000.00

5,885,000.00

12,453,000.00

8,087,000.00

3,518,000.00
849,774,000.00

2,376,000.00
93,036,000.00

2,194,000.00
62,710,000.00

3,491,000.00
936,770,000.00

16,690,000.00
9,066,714,000.00

43,816,000.00
12,898,366,000.00

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11,767,041,000.00
209,017,000.00

2,355,000.00

1,631,000.00

1,875,000.00

1,301,000.00

214,946,000.00

232,946,000.00

2,515,000.00

2,396,000.00

2,549,000.00

2,729,000.00

90,377,000.00

119,063,000.00

86,525,000.00

6,196,980,193.75

5,588,387,116.26

5,467,667,349.62

8,157,666,285.78

21,562,818,026.71

78,933,124,039.34

88,818,665,946.52

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Receipts (issues) and expenditm-es
(retirements)

July 1967

August 1967

September 1967

October 1967

November 1967

December 1967

January 1968

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RECEIPTS (ISSUES)
Kyj

O t h e r issues:
Federal Reserve b a n k s
International
Monetary
Fund
notes
.
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U . N . Special F u n d b o n d s
...
Other
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$153,000,000.00

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$20, 370,338, 763. 92 $33,471,795,487. 56

14, 798,833,221. 57

$22,887,517,956.04

$33, 732,225, 988. 07

$16,659,101,316. 62

$21, 268, 205,119. 56

EXPENDITURES (RETIREMENTS)

P u b l i c issues: .
Marketable:
T r e a s m y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly
Tax anticipation.
Other..
Certificates
of
indebtedness,
. regular........
.
Treasm-y notes
Treasmy bonds
Other
• Subtotal
Exchanges:
T r e a s m y biUs:
Regular weekly
...
Other
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s ,
regular
T r e a s u r y notes
Treasury bonds
Subtotal
T o t a l m a r k e t a b l e issues
Nonmarketable:.
A d j u s t e d service b o n d s
A r m e d Forces leave b o n d s
Treasury notes:
F
FRASER o r e i g n series
Foreign c u r r e n c y series

Digitized for


6,992,240,000. 00
31,767,000.00
1,485,293,000.00

6,160,419,000.00
6,093,000.00
3,799,546,000.00

7, 610, 601,000.00
776,000.00
33, 546,000.00

6, 761,466,000.00
1,134,000.00
2,790,955,000.00

5,093,211,000.00
509,000.00
5,146,740,000.00

7,224,880,000.00
37,000.00
46,501,000.00

6,684,367,000.00
79,000.00
2,783,440,000.00

2,000.00
2,304,000.00
40, 543, 900.00
1,098. 25

977,183,000.00
• 2,240,466,000.00
35,451,600.00
3, 760. 50

9,087,000.00
12, 905,000.00
28,171, 200.00
9, 633.00

896,000.00
458,885,000.00
26,830,800.00
3,079.25

400,000.00
1,093,998,000.00
1,322,926,400.00
21,089.00

213,000.00
7, 933,200.00
46,378, 600.00
3,133.25

2,184,000.00
864,000.00
36, 722,760.00
4,759.00

8, 552,150, 998. 25

13,219,152,360. 50

7, 694, 996,833.00

10,040,159,879.25

12,656,805,489.00

7,324, 945,833. 26

9, 506, 661,509.00

2,017, 649,000.00

2,053, 717, 000.00
681,130,000.00

2,843,174,000.00
301, 561,000. 00

2,358, 201,000.00

2,316,279,000.00
904,533,000.00

-618,000.00
941,000.00

3,000.00
1„000.00

1, 912,368,000.00
300,882,000.00

2,253,668,000.00
376,237,000.00 .

-794,000.00
1, 214,000.00
148,000.00

4,620,761,000.00..
1, 742,068,000.00
50,000.00 -

2,213,818,000.00

8,992, 774,000.00

10, 765,968, 998. 25

22,211,926,360. 50

9, 750.00
34, 750. 00
362, 579. 98

7,034, 766,000. 00
691,191,000.00

18,000.00

.

2,734,847,000.00

10,870, 691,000.00

2,358, 524,000.00

3,220,816,000.00

9,712,662,833.00.

12,775,006,879.25

23, 527,496,489.00

9, 683,469,833. 25

12, 727,477, 509.00

11,100.00
31, 600.00

4,700.00
38, 325. 00

7,350.00
23, 600.00

7, 550.00
22, 975.00

9, 600.00
31,075.00

11,450.00
24,425.00

1, 576,470.10

629,017. 24

2,017,667,000.00

902, 675. 67
27, 793,862.19

23,128,339.15

228, 688,900.00
30,066,840.90

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February 1968

March 1968

AprU 1968

May 1968

June 1968

Total, fiscal year
1968

Total, fiscal year
1967

RECEIPTS (ISSUES)

Other issues:
Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary
notes.
U.N. Special Fund bonds
Other..

$153,000,000.00

Fund

$405,000,000.00
• 760,000,000.00

$156,039,430.93

Total public debt receipts

$31,557,310,226.40

$246,035,168.00

402,074,598.93

156,039,430.93

Total other issues

246,035,168.00

665,'074,598. 93

18,125,301,100.01 $21,093,322,976.93 $34,843,766,014.41

35,254,745,749.55 303,962,463,919.64

1,166,000,000.00
280,893,225,792.28

EXPENDITURES (RETIREMENTS)

Public issues:
Marketable:
Treasm-y bills:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation
Other.
Certificates
of indebtedness,
regular
Treasury notes
.....
Treasury bonds
Other.

7,650,654,000.00
5,499,435,000.00
43,902,000.00

81,694,141,000.00
11,042,268,000.00
26,813,099,000.00

96,764,587,000.00
10,071,072,000.00
13,718,658,000.00

49,000.00
442,133,000.00
27,726,150.00
4,387.25

114,400.00
20,298,000.00
26,780,950.00
6,679.00

40,000.00
213,257,500.00
28,332,250.00
8,769.60

103,000.00
495,851,100.00
759,994,260.00
2,626.00

16,000.00
3,891,000.00
50,546,250.00
8,060.26

990,287,400.00
4,992,775,800.00
2,428,405,000.00
77,074.25

1,071,156,000.00
6,243,203,200.00
1,926,957,850.00
121,239.60

9,631,400,029.00

13,238,571,519.60

11,675,695,976.00

13,248,452,310.25 127,961,053,274.25

128,795,755,289.50

2,420,399,000.00
848,573,000.00

3,190,602,000.00
430,663,000.00

2,772,664,000.00

29,384,426,000.00
4,244,736,000.00

20,921,426,000.00
3,006,921,000.00

-150,000.00
150,000.00

5,054,746,000.00
1,706,691,000.00

1,619,000.00
-84,000.00

4,619,967,000.00
17,441,774,000.00
3,939,729,000.00

890,101,000.00
23,378,991,000.00
2,531,320,000.00

850,000.00
1,490,000.00

8,350,618,000.00

3,268,972,000.00

10,382,602,000.00

2,774,199,000.00

59,630,622,000.00

16,507,643, 519. 60

22,058,297,976. 00

16,022,651,310. 25 187,691,676,274. 25

10,650.00
27,860.00

8,150.00
31,025. 00

8,300.00
27,500.00

688,593.18

2,164,593.64
22,412,199.63

40,205,723.89
30,016,162.55

17,783,642.66
25,131,456.85

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8,150.00
34,150.00

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12,076,494,029. 00

8,150.00
37,350. 00
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2,445,094,000.00

19,522,679,637.25

Total marketable issues




6,436,618,000.00
10,131,000.00
3,972,996,000.00

3,607,269,000.00
1,539,151,000.00

Subtotal

Nonmarketable:
Adjusted service bonds.
Armed Forces leave bonds
Treasm-y notes:
Foreign series...
Foreign cmrency series

6,717,834,000.00
3,492,143,000.00
2,786,956,000.00

2,803,051,000.00
2,442,754,000.00
401,157,000.00.

Exchanges:
Treasury bUls:
Regular weekly
Other..
Certtficates of indebtedness,
regular.
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds

7,513,199,000.00
2,000,158,000.00
70,843,000.00

11,172,061,537.25

Subtotal

6,848,762,000.00
6,000.00
3,863,381,000.00

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364,525. 00
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297,796,347.66
158,548,86L 27

133,024,288.95

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August 1967

September 1967

October 1967

November 1967

December 1967

January 1968

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Nonmarketable—Continued
4% Treasury bonds
l%Treasmy certificates
3.09% Treasmy certificates
3.10% Treasmy certificates
$32,697,495.65
3.37% Treasury certificates..-.-.
....-.. — .....3.38% Treasmy certificates
3.41% Treasmy certUicates.
3.462% Treasmy certUicates
1,496,858.45
3.69% Treasmy certificates
3.715% Treasmy certificates
1,088,874.47
3.82% Treasmy certificates
3.90% Treasmy certificates
-.
3.95% Treasmy certificates
4.03% Treasury certificates
4.07% Treasmy certtficates
4.15% Treasmy certificates
2,777,072.25
4.150% Treasmy certificates
1,419,000.00 . . .
4.19% Treasury certificates
4.23% Treasmy certificates
. . . . . . Treasury. C . . . . . . . . O . . . . . .
4.24% . . . C . . . . certiflcates.
4.29% Treasury certificates
4.30% Treasmy certificates
4.31% Treasmy certificates
4.37% Treasmy certUicates
4.435% Treasmy certificates
4.46% Treasmy certificates
4.486% Treasmy certificates
4.614% Treasmy certUicates
4.542% T r e a s m y certificates
4.555% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.58% T r e a s m y certificates
4.629% T r e a s m y certUicates
4.630% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.74% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.818% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.822% T r e a s m y certificates
4.846% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.86% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.97% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.989% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.103% T r e a s u r y certificates




$32,779,056.25
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4,239,606.50
$16,003,925.51
$15,906,174.54

15,953,860.46

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1,111,139.44
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Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
4% Treasmy bonds
1% Treasmy certificates
3.09% Treasmy certificates
3.10% Treasmy certificates
3.37% Treasmy certificates
3.38% Treasmy certificates
3.41%, Treasmy certUicates
3.462% Treasmy certificates
3.69% Treasmy certificates
3.715% Treasmy certificates
3.82% Treasmy certificates.
3.90% Treasmy certificates...
3.95% Treasmy certUicates
4.03% Treasury certificates
4.07% Treasmy certificates.
4.15% Treasmy certificates
4.150% Treasmy certificates
4.19% Treasmy certificates
4.23% Treasmy certificates
4.24% Treasmy certificates
4.29% Treasmy certificates
4.30% Treasmy certificates
4.31% Treasmy certificates
4.37% Treasmy certificates.
4.435%Treasmy certificates
4.46% Treasmy certificates
4.486% Treasmy certificates
4.614% Treasmy certUicates
4.542% Treasmy certUicates
4.665% Treasmy certificates
4.58% Treasmy certificates
4.629% Treasmy certificates
4.630% Treasmy certificates
4.74% Treasmy certificates
4.818% Treasmy certificates
4.822% Treasm-y certificates.
4.846% Treasmy certificates
4.86% Treasmy certUicates
4.97% Treasmy certUicates
4.989% Treasmy certUicates
5.103% Treasmy certificates




February 1968

March 1968

AprU 1968

May 1968

June 1968

$4,841,019.90

Total, fiscal year
1968

$7,206,574.35
32,779,066.26
32,697,495.65
15,863,03L86
20,060,628.36
8,148,540.12
16,003,925.61
1,088,874.47
31,860,036.00
16,051,443.40

$16,051,443.40
.i

2,777,072.25
1,419,000.00
1,098,987.39

$16,099,169.03

$16,155,933.60

16,165,933.60
16,099,169.03
$16,210,303.85

16,210,303.85
1,446,131.00
1,111,139.44
9,539,421.27

-.
1,123,756.43
6,786,894.79

1,123,756.43
16,268,637.40

4,325,372.02

16,268,637.40
6,786,894.79
4,325,372.02

Total, fiscal year
1967

$4,387,282.02
4,501,683.33
32,611,916.10

32,511,982.62
31,633,668.71
32,409,269.14
3,731,656.10
8,210,120.69
32,091,32L62
32,199,812.70
96,721,59L79
31,742,423.30
31,636,203.67
25,287,918.26

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6,203,700.00
31,973,168.93
1,038,106.40
14,315,991.39
1,050,209.02
6,431,200.23
31,852,296.01
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Expenditure

(rethements)

P u b l i c issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
5.146% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.186% T r e a s m y certificates
6.246% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.603% T r e a s u r y certificates
6% T r e a s u r y certificates
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
Foreign s e r i e s . . .
Foreign c u r r e n c y series
Depositary bonds
Excess profits tax refund b o n d s . .
Treasury bonds:
Foreign series
Foreign c u r r e n c y series
I n v e s t m e n t series
R E A series
T r e a s u r y tax a n d savings n o t e s . .
U . S . savings notes
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U.S. retirement plan bonds^
U . S . savings b o n d s :
Matured:
Issue p r i c e .
.-..
Accrued d i s c o u n t
SeriesH
..-.
Umnatured:
Issue price
.
Accrued d i s c o u n t
•.
Exchanges:
Series E , F , a n d J , for series
H-.
Issue price
Accrued d i s c o u n t
.
Unclassified: 2
Cash..
.
Exchanges:
Series E , F , a n d J, for
series H
U . S. savings s t a m p s . . . . . .

Invest—

Total nonmarketable
issues


Total public


Auguist 1967

$90,000,000.00
152,908,098. 70
_
560,000. 00
1,074. 06

$545,000,000.00
75,303,206.90
300,000.00
98.01 ,

44,000. 00
515,000. 00
4,350. 00
1,266.60
63, 511. 25

34,000. 00 .
60, 000. 00
4,100. 00
5, 913. 00
65, 741. 01

S e p t e m b e r 1967

$348, 000,000. 00
50,142,907.29
563,000.00

O c t o b e r 1967

$204,000,000.00
254,707,962.90
1,663,000.00
66L93

N o v e m b e r 1967

D e c e m b e r 1967

$571,000,000. 00 $1,505,410,000.00
50,271,465.92
659,000.00
275,000.00
18L95

J a n u a r y 1968

$784, 000,000.00
162,168,399.70
13,406,000.00
-

30,000,000.00 .
125, 000. 00
1,875.00-.
7, 614.00
30,101. 77

42,000.00
220,000. 00
8, 042.50
11,405.69

16, 000. 00
446, 000 00
260.00
7, 003. 26
29, 267.41

126,000.00
10, dbo. 00
1,050.00
10, 671.75
81, 235.81

13,000. 00
100, 000. 00
5,900. 00
8, 707.50
169,764.34

issues

120,000, 621. 60
68, 235, 030. 21
11,401,500. 00

101, 267, 018. 75
56, 948, 690. 71
12,419,000. 00

139, 690, 439. 00
86,349,344. 06
10,558,500. 00

68,152, 608. 75
41, 086,844.14
5,162,500. 00

119, 317, 070. 60
68, 416, 590.13
15, 615, 000. 00

113,360,555. 75
56, 714,428.28
29,105,000.00

99, 302,787. 75
58,604,403.31
15,300,000.00

297,126,848. 75
15,326,752.88

243,125,997.46
12,266,752.52

370,260, 361. 02
19,178,815. 43

179, 714,443.55
9, 086,194. 09

301,327, 002.82
14, 630,314.83

267,368,123. 76
11,575,446.52

244,439,783.04
10, 914,070. 69

11, 619,162.50
7, 044,850. 29

8, 761,442. 54
5,303, 615. 51

17, 007,262. 48
10,460,577. 25

6, 601, 330.20
4, 044,494.16

10,869, 687.18
6, 918, 505. 68

9, 302, 055. 99
6, 770,172. 55

7, 534,103.46
4, 820, 786. 36

-44, 627, 717. 57

50, 856,280. 93

-170,432,165. 67

139,274,348. 63

-90,158, 202.86

-12,258,186.20

203,426, 654. 63

309,997.21
1, 600,445.38

4, 604, 941. 95
1,165,805. 90

- 1 1 , 8 8 5 , 839. 73
925, 918. 20

3, 916,176. 64
989, 768.89

- 3 , 250, 692.86
1,117, 589.46

771,. 821,151.46

Subtotal-'
Exchanges:
Treasury bonds,
m e n t series

J u l y 1967

1,160, 770, 730.54

894,028,455.97

939,704,256.82

1,141,864,088.76

2,035,336,247.16

2,217,000.00

8,163, 000. 00

1, 604, 000. 00

2, 905, 000. 00

- 1 , 051, 728. 54
1, 360, 667. 61

6, 737,511.18
1, 584, 762.39
1,882,618,714.50

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6,541, 000.00

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783,433,151.46

1,157, 311, 730. 54

896,245,455. 97

947,867,256.82

1,143,468,088.76

2,038,241,247.16

1,884,912,714.50

11,549,402,149.71

23,369,238, OOL 04

10,608,908,288.97

13,722,874,136.07

24,670,964,677.76

11,721,711,080.41

14,612,390,223.60

Expenditures (rethements)

February 1968

Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
,5.146% Treasmy certificates..
5.186% Treasmy certificates..
5.246% Treasmy certificates..
5.503% Treasmy certificates..
6% Treasmy certificates
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreign series
$1,060,000,000.00
Foreign cmrency series
Depositary bonds
.
..
-67,000.00
Excess profits tax refund bonds..
56.39
Treasury bonds:
Foreign series
Foreign cmrency series
Investment series..
16,000.00
REA series
903,000.00
Treasmy tax and savhigs notes.
U.S. savhigs notes.—
8,586.00
U.S. rethement plan bonds
67,890.26
U.S. savhigs bonds:
Matured:Issueprice
142,228,825.75
Accrued discount
81,075,634.53
SeriesH
26,423,000.00
Unmatured:
Issueprice....
268,550,702.36
Accrued discount
11,454,938.74
Exchanges:
Series E, F, and J, for series

May 1968

June 1968

Total, fiscal year
1968

Total, fiscal year
1967

$49,753.81
422,055.28

$6,449,489.06

$49,753.81
$6,871,544.33

522,098.99

49,492.31

571,591.30

1,750,600,000.00

10,365,510,000.00
735,602,040.41
19,346,000.00
3,647.95

1,437,600,000.00
606,203,838.90
7,766,500.00
9,449.26

30,000,000.00

$1,062,858.79
26,568,298.08

$1,406,000,000.00

$1,229,000,000.00

872,500,000.00

392,000.00
382.69

111,000.00

320,000.00
102.29

1,274,000.00
990.73

20,000.00
40,000.00
2,100.00
7,614.00
58,938.30

$30,000.00
115,000.00
3,200.00
9,264.25
36,836.16

596,000.00
30,600.00
46,644.44

61,000.00
1,450,000.00
11,576.00
4,650.62
117,63L82

390,000.00
4,579,000.00
64,900.00
79,312.37
778,968.25

30,000,000.00
689,230,710.81
1,816,000.00
3,122,000.00
90,225.00
60.75
628,222.72

156,434,154.50
89,599,607.31
27,168,000.00

105,814,990.00
63,382,981.22
21,099,000.00

157,390,415.00
95,812,609.16
25,688,000.00

170,195,273.25
70,342,622.98
20,942,500.00

1,492,144,660.60
835,468,786.04
220,872,000.00

1,532,459,787.50
748,098,936.59
190,882,500.00

267,380,552.75
15,072,385.27

240,669,955.74
11,771,220.00

358,971,849.28
18,403,492.85

198,806,217.63
9,632,143.25

3,237,641,838.16
159,212,527.07

3,169,890,279.84
176,600,298.72

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8,038,603.15

10,253,012.01
6,590,952.26

11,902,690.97
7,608,738.78

8,282,718.12
5,497,863.06

122,479,007.34
77,286,254.70

138,705,249.66
82,144,561.55

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-1,429,675.64

Series E, F, and J, for series
H..
U.S. savings stamps

-17,906,473.87

79,810,905.83

-134,321,318.14

30,268,458.23

32,502,009.40

99,325,258.80

-443, 762.04
17,826, 046.43

-12,31L21
18, 052, 672. 05

18,091, 670,982.39

9,486, 250,180. 97

6,196,213. 71
1,544,357.90
1, 631,177, Oil. 08

-2,958, 976.40
1,783,534.20
1, 986,267,752. 05

-2,367,464.27
1,766,652.75

-2,169,929. 75
1,880,468.10

1,814,227,851.27

1, 602,134,536.35

1, 556,928.82
2,226,084.75
2,341,720,186.43

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issues
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1,369,000.00
1,632,546, O U . 08
21,165,225, 648.33

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AprU 1968

8,027,179.64
5,187,106.66

H:

Issueprice
Accrued discount
Unclassified: 2
Cash

Exchanges:
Treasury bonds,
ment series

March 1968

6,299, 000. 00

18,773, 000. 00

- 9,855,000.00

1,833,000,861.27

1,511,989,536.35

14, 069, 060, 781. 06 18,340,544,370.77

23, 670,287,512.36

1,992,666,752.05

802, 000. 00
2,342,622,186.43

72,434, 000. 00
18,164,104,982.39

18,365,173,496. 68 205,765,780,256.64

101, 014, 000.00
9,587,264,180.97
189, 111, 778, 470,47

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August 1967

Septeinber 1967

October 1967

November 1967

December 1967

January 1968

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Special issues:
CivU service retirement fund
Exchange StabUization Fund
Export-Import Bank of the
United States 1-—
Federal Deposit Insurance C o r p . .
Federal disabUity insurance trust
fund...
Federal home loan banks
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund...
Federal old-age and survivors insm-ance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
Federal supplementary medical
insmance trust fund
Foreign service rethement fund...
Government life insurance fund...
Highway trust fund...
National service life insurance
fund
.
RaUroad retirement account
Railroad retirement holding account..
Railroad rethement supplemental
account..
Unemployment tmst fund
Veterans' special term insurance
fund...
Veterans' reopened insurance fund
Total special Issues

$173,466,000.00
644,061,193.78

$200,798,000.00
1,036,666,093.90

199,700,000.00
6,000,000.00

148,100,000.00
28,338,000.00

168,253,000.00
52,000,000.00

172,423,000.00
52,000,000.00

$174,992,000.00
1,225,672,25L 54
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175,283,000.00
56,000,000.00

.............
201,613,000.00
50,000,000.00

$282,462,000.00
1,173,890,577.12

$266,134,000.00
1,634,349,587.03

3,000,000.00:
183,509,000.00
52,000,000.00

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62,000,000.00

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$269,353,000.00
885,453,640.26

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226,043,000.00
62,000,000.00

267,428,000.00

310,127,000.00

274,845,000.00

301,550,000.00

323,207,000.00

292,242,000.00

362,561,000.00

1,656,813,000.00

1,638,551,000.00

1,752,702,000.00

1,690,103,000.00

1,681,210,000.00

1,783,362,000.00

2,176,359,000.00

10,568,000.00

8,400,000.00

6,400,000.00

3,600,000.00

100,625,000.00
889,000.00
3,983,000.00
459,596,000.00

127,073,000.00
964,000.00
3,987,000.00
356,167,000.00

124,375,000.00
912,000.00
2,972,000.00
380,448,000.00

116,835,000.00
919,000.00
4,934,000.00
544,801,000.00

130,742,000.00
1,056,000.00
2,950,000.00
361,291,000.00

129,538,000.00
922,000.00
5,393,000.00
383,063,000.00

138,948,000.00
1,105,000.00
3,910,000.00
330,235,000.00

1,711,000.00
108,096,000.00

846,000.00
116,749,000.00

615,000.00
152,540,000.00

201,000.00
133,954,000.00

716,000.00
116,569,000.00

64,041,000.00
159,100,000.00

81,282,000.00
183,674,000.00

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18,749,000.00

2,940,000.00

1,695,000.00
164,819,000.00

2,036,000.00
187,138,000.00

1,592,000.00
166,853,000.00

1,861,000.00
168,097,000.00

1,766,000.00
156,376,000.00

1,994,000.00
241,320,000.00

2,103,000.00
326,052,000.00

4,018,592,193.78

4,389,263,093.90

4,486,201,251.54

4,563,105,600.21

4,472,682,577.12

5,219,501,587.03

5,045,290,640.26

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Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary Fund
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International Development Association notes.
Inter-American
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1,142,510,600.21

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381,000,000.00

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14,000,000.00

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Special issues:
Civil service retirement fund.
Exchange StabiUzation Fund
Export-Iinport Bank of the
United States 1
Federal Deposit Insm-ance Corp..
Federal disability insurance trust
fund--Federal home loan banks....
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
Federal old-age and sm-vivors
insmance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
Federal supplementary medical
insurance tmst fund
Foreign service retirement fund...
Government life hisurance fund...
Highway tmst fund
National service life insurance
fundRailroad retirement account
Raikoad retirement holding account
Railroad retirement supplemental
account--.
Unemployment trust fmid
Veterans' special term insurance
fund
Veterans' reopened insurance
fund
Total special issues..
Other issues:
Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary Fund
notes
International Developnient Association notes
In ter-American
Development
Banknotes.

Febmary 1968

$185,278,000.00
947,939,894.73

March 1968

April 1968

$182,334,000.00
1,963,163,017.85

$214,982,000.00
677,489,642.76

$836,194,000. 00
1,143,456,652.76

$1,523,866,000.00
1,074,606,492.32

147,568,000.00

152,568,000.00

173,188,000.00

347,800,000.00
687,337,000.00

1,448,600,000.00
208,648,000.00

260,047,000.00
52,000,000.00

229,800,000.00
93,800,000.00

799,028,000.00
262,000,000.00

3,062,878,000.00
933,800,000.00

2,531,337,000.00
12,873,000,000.00

77,675,000.00
204,653,000.00
118,000,000.00

228,920,000.00
52,000,000.00

May 1968

June 1968

Total, fiscal year
1968

Total, fiscal year
1967

$4,493,185,000.00
13,548,149,644. 26

$3,982,162,000.00
14,512,914,659.94

314,468,000.00

413,140,000.00

437,062,000.00

341,940,000.00

899,734,000.00

4,538,294,000.00

2,968,416,000.00

1,945,100,000.00

2,356,831,000.00

2,307,600,000.00

2,437,952,000.00

4,512,879,000.00

25,939,462,000.00

24,401,521,000.00

60,151,000.00

113,551,000.00

274,297,000.00

495,616,000.00

401,217,000.00

124,744,000.00
954,000.00
5,838,000.00
265,773,000.00

135,522,000.00
992,000.00
5,814,000.00
308,437,000.00

169,051,000.00
986,000.00
5,786,000.00
362,762,000.00

147,639,000.00
1,002,000.00
5,779,000.00
114,449,000.00

132,332,000.00
41,605,000.00
38,093,000.00
1,405,770,000.00

1,566,424,000.00
52,206,000.00
89,439,000.00
5,272,782,000.00

1,259,834,000.00
51,035,000.00
152,111,000.00
4,850,974,000.00

10,141,000.00
115,141,000.00

10,528,000.00
133,951,000.00

50,950,000.00
168,078,000.00

8,919,000.00
124,823,000.00

151,329,000.00
531,205,000.00

371,279,000.00
2,043,880,000.00

682,994,000.00
2,147,842,000.00

5,098,000.00

11,351,000.00

4,020,000.00

3,313,000.00
2,457,000.00
564,067,000.00

2,236,000.00
324,729,000.00

2,257,000.00
314,856,000.00

2,267,000.00
203,643,000.00

17,368,000.00
9,068,892,000.00

39,531,000.00
11,876,841,000.00

18,029,000.00
11,067,217,000.00

196,000.00

608,000.00

514,000.00

206,924,000.00

208,242,000.00
84,607,000.00

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84,607,000.00

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83,783,867,659.94

4,885,431,894.73

6,118,793,017.85

5,222,223,642.76

5,958,296,652.76

21,192,621,492.32

75,562,003,644.26
153,000,000.00

405,000,000.00

220,000,000.00

20,000,000.00

19,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

406,000,000.00

1,119,000,000.00

1,046,000,000.00
64,000,000.00
131,500,000.00

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J u l y 1967

A u g u s t 1967

S e p t e m b e r 1967

October 1967

Other issues—Continued
U.N. Special Fund bonds
Other.........

$6,000,000.00
179,257.60

$299,783.00

$180,860.00

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$346,960.00

Total other issues

386,179,257.50

299,783.00

168,180,860.00

5,346,960.00

N o v e m b e r 1967

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$148,335.00
148,335.00

D e c e m b e r 1967

.$140,960.00
45,140,960.00

J a n u a r y 1968

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14,308,675.00

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Total public debt
tures.

15,954,173,600.99

27,758,800,967.94

15,253,290,400.51

18,281,326,696.28

29,143,795,489.88

16,986,353,627.44

19,671,989,438.76

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4,416,165,162.93

6,712,994,619.62

-454,457,178.94

4,606,191,259.76

4,688,430,498.19

-427,252,310.92

1,596,215,680.80
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F e b m a r y 1968

Maa-ch 1968

AprU 1968

M a y 1968

J u n e 1968

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U.N. Special Fund bonds
Other
Total other issues.
Total public debt expenditures
Excess of receipts, or expenditures
(-)

$190,380.00
220,190,380.00

$482,02L30
20,482,02L30

$152,400.00
19,152,400.00

$147,802.50
6,147,802.50

26,260,847,823.06

20,208,336,820.20

23,681,920,413.63

29,633,731,967.61

5,296,462,402.34 -2,083,034,720.19 -2,488,697,436.60

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13, 1968 (82 S t a t . 47).
2 R e d e m p t i o n s (aU series) n o t y e t classified as to m a t u r e d a n d u n m a t u r e d or as to
issue price a n d accrued discount.
8 I n c l u d e s t h e foUowing a m o u n t s d e t e r m i n e d b y t h e Secretary of t h e T r e a s u r y ,




$5,000,000.00
10,211,387.30
1,287,211,387.30

$32,877,990.00
4,351,672.81
1,683,729.662,81

39,970,429,042.00 3 282,604,995,288.20

274,679,375,793.22

$7,634,053.00
412,634,063.00

5,310,034,046.80 -4,715,683,292.45

21,357,468,631.34

6,313,849,999.06

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a n d so wiU never b e p r e s e n t e d for r e d e m p t i o n : F e d e r a l R e s e r v e b a n k notes $63,000;
n a t i o n a l b a n k notes, $420,000; U . S . notes, $142,000; T r e a s u r y notes of 1890, $31,000;
gold certificates prior to Series of 1934, $8,950,000: F e d e r a l Reserve notes prior to Series
of 1928, $2,450,000; a n d silver certificates issued before J a n . 30, 1934, $280,000.

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[On basis of P u b l i c D e b t accounts, see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " ]
Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1967

Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1968 i

Transferred t o
matured debt

DEBT

Public Issues

Marketable:
Treasm-y bills, series m a t u r i n g : 2
Regular weekly:
J u l y 6, 1967
J u l y 13, 1967
J u l y 20, 1967
J u l y 27, 1967
Regular monthly:
J u l y 31, 1967
Regular weekly;
A u g . 3, 1967
A u g . 10, 1967
A u g . 17, 1967
A u g . 24, 1967
Hegular monthly:
A u g . 31, 1967
Regular weekly:
Sept. 7, 1967
Sept. 14, 1967
Sept. 21, 1967
Sept. 28, 1967
Regular monthly:
Sept. 30, 1967
Hegular weekly:
Oct. 5, 1967
~ Oct. 13, 1967
O c t . 19, 1967
Oct. 26, 1967
Regular monthly:
Oct. 31, 1967
Regular weekly:
N o v . 2, 1967
N o v . 9, 1967
N o v . 16, 1967
N o v . 24, 1967
Regular m o n t h l y :
N o v . 30, 1967

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$21,000.00
33,000.00
7,000.00
24,000.00

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130,000.00 .

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$2,302,197,000.00
2,301,511,000.00
2,301,411,000.00
2,300,800,000.00

$2,302,176,000.00
2,301, 478,000.00
2,301,404,000.00
2,300,776,000.00

1,495,214,000.00

1,496,084,000.00

2,303,052,000.00
2,301,130,000.00
2,301,979,000.00
2,300,088,000.00

2,303,052,000.00 .
2,301,067,000.00
2,301,979,000.00 .
2,300,088,000.00 .

3,805, 643,000.00

3,805, 518,000.00

2,300,609,000.00
2,301,559,000.00
2,300,149,000.00
2,300,608,000.00

2,300,509,000.00 .
2,301,544,000.00
2,300,144,000.00
2,300,553,000.00

15,000.00 .
5,000.00 .
55,000.00 .

1,400,076,000.00

87,000.00 .

1,400,163,000.00
$1,301, 502,000. 00
1,400,319, 000.00
1,400,893,000.00
1,400, 678,000.00

2,302, 240,000. 00
2, 400, 961,000.00
2,401,496,000.00
2,399,383,000.00

1,000,332,000. 00
1,000,103,000.00
1,000,647,000.00
1,000,329,000. 00

1,404, 964,000.00
1,400, 251, 000.00
1,399, 765,000.00
1,401,666,000. 00

2,405,296,000.00 .
2,400,351, 000. 00
2,400,402,000. 00
2,401, 945,000.00

2, 401, 442,000.00

1,400, 443,000.00

3,801, 778,000.00

1,000, 743,000.00
1,000,657,000.00
1,000, 713,000. 00
1,000, 257,000.00
1,405,740,000.00 .

1,405, 605,000.00

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5,000.00
15,000.00
110,000.00
1,552,000.00

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3,000.00 ,
10,000.00 .
40,000.00 .
107,000.00 .

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Issues

Outstanding
June 30, 1967

Issues durhig
year

Redemptions
dm-ing year

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Transferred to
matmed debt

Outstanding
June 30,19681
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Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
_ Treasury bills, series maturing 2—Continued
Regular weekly:
D e c 7, 1967
D e c 14, 1967.
Dec.21,1967
Dec28,1967
Regular inonthly:
Dec. 31, 1967
Regular weekly:
Jan. 4, 1968
Jan. 11, 1968
Jan. 18, 1968.
Jan. 25, 1968
Regular monthly:
Jan.31,1968
Regular weekly:
Feb. 1,1968
Feb. 8, 1968
Feb. 15, 1968
Feb. 23, 1968
Regular monthly:
Feb. 29, 1968
Regular weekly:
Mar. 7, 1968.
Mar. 14, 1968
Mar. 21, 1968
Tax anticipation:
Mar. 22, 1968
Regular weekly:
Mar. 28, 1968
Regular m o n t h l y :
Mar. 31, 1968
Regular weekly:
A p r . 4, 1968
A p r . 11, 1968
A p r . 18, 1968
Tax anticipation:
A p r . 22, 1968
Regular weekly:
A p r . 25, 1968




$1,000,625,000.00
1,000,134,000.00
1,000,050,000.00
1,000,439,000.00

$1,400,911,000.00
1,400,501,000.00
1,399,965,000.00
1,401,164,000.00

$2,401,466,000.00
2,400,610,000.00
2,399,965,000.00
2,401,570,000.00
1,401,006,000.00

115,000.00

2,400,723,000.00
2,501,746,000.00
2,501,068,000.00
2,501,384,000.00

2,400,614,000.00
2,501,698,000.00
2,501,014,000.00
2,501,142,000.00

209,000.00
48,000.00
54,000.00
242,000.00

1,401,264,000.00

148,000.00

2,601,430,000.00
2,601,967,000.00
2,501,459,000.00
2,501,490,000.00

2,601,426,000.00
2,501,891,000.00
2,501,270,000.00
2,501,473,000.00

4,000.00
76,000.00
189,000.00
17,000.00

2,503,622,000.00

3,904,374,000.00

217,000.00

2,501,467,000.00
2,501,460,000.00
2,606,556,000.00

2,601,400,000.00
2,501,437,000.00
2,606,357,000.00

67,000.00
23,000.00
199,000.00

1,401,121,000.00

1,401,412,000.00

1,401,069,000.00

2,003,379,000.00

2,003,379,000.00

2,502,430,000.00

2,602,385,000.00

$70,000.00.
26,000.00
60,000.00
23,000.00

1,400,376,000.00

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1,400,376,000.00
2,501,536,000.00
2,503,327,000.00
2,502,288,000.00

2,501,424,000.00
2,503,017,000.00
2,601,973,000.00

112,000.00
310,000.00
316,000.00

3,507,004,000.00

3,501,549,000.00

5,456,000.00

2,504,224,000.00

2,504,164,000.00

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Apr. 30, 1968
Regular weekly:
May 2, 1968
May 9, 1968
May 16, 1968
May 23, 1968
Regular monthly:
May31, 1968
Regular weekly:
June 6, 1968
June 13, 1968
June 20, 1968
Tax anticipation:
June24, 1968
Regular weekly:
June27, 1968
Regular monthly:
June30, 19683
Regular weekly:
July 5, 1968
July 11, 1968
July 18, 1968
July 25, 1968
Regular monthly:
July 31, 1968
Regular weekly:
Aug. 1, 1968
Aug. 8, 1968
Aug. 16, 1968
Aug. 22, 1968
Aug. 29, 1968
Regular monthly:
Aug. 31, 1968
Regular weekly:
Sept. 6, 1968
Sept. 12, 1968
Sept. 19, 1968
Sept. 26, 1968
Regular monthly:
Sept.30, 1968
Regular weekly:
Oct. 3, 1968
Oct. 10, 1968
Oct. 17, 1968
Oct. 24, 1968

Regular monthly:
Oct. 31, 1968.
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902,021,000.00

900,146,000.00

600,273,000.00

1,401,307,000.00

987,000.00

2,600,107,000.00
2,602,031,000.00
2,501,281,000.00
2,600,903,000.00

2,499,795,000.00
2,501,647,000.00
2,500,996,000.00
2,500,636,000.00

312,000.00
384,000.00
285,000.00
268,000.00

4,000,771,000.00

3,219,000.00

2,601,388,000.00
2,599,279,000.00
2,604,467,000.00

834,000.00
1,197,000.00
1,863,000.00

6,633,784,000.00

6,526,627,000.00

7,167,000.00

2,610,998,000.00
1,000,647,000.00

3,103,844,000.00
2,602,222,000.00
2,600,476,000.00
2,606,310,000.00

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2,588,633,000.00

22,365,000.00
$1,500,552,000.00

2,601,480,000.00
2,602,364,000.00
2,603,216,000.00
2,603,374,000.00

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500,005,000.00

2,601,480,000.00
2,602,364,000.00
2,603,215,000.00
2,603,374,000.00

1,501,080,000.00

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1,500.511,000.00

2,600,409,000.00
2,600,777,000.00
2,600,631,000.00
2,600,626,000.00

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2,600,420,000.00
2,601,196,000.00
2,601,927,000.00
2,600,858,000.00
2,600,474,000.00

1,600,611,000.00

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1,501,080,000.00

2,600,420,000.00
2,601,196,000.00
2,601,927,000.00
2,600,858,000.00
2,600,474,000.00

2,600,409,000.00
2,600,777,000.00
2,600,631,000.00
, 2,600,526,000.00

1,600,396,000.00

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1,000,448,000.00
1,000,511,000.00
1,102,644,000.00
1,100,682,000.00

1,000,448,000.00
1,000,511,000.00
1,102,644,000.00
1,100,682,000.00

2,602,059,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1967

Issues d u r i n g
year

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Transferred to
m a t m e d debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 19681

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT-Continued

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Public Issues—Continued

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Marketable—Continued
T r e a s u r y bills, series m a t u r i n g 2—Continued
Regular w e e k l y : ^
N o v . 7, 1968
N o v . 14, 1968
N o v . 21, 1968
N o v . 29, 1968
Regular m o n t h l y :
N o v . 30, 1968
Regular w e e k l y :
D e c 5, 1968
D e c 12, 1968
D e c . 19, 1968
D e c 26, 1968
Regular n i o n t h l y :
D e c . 31, 1968
J a n . 31, 1969
F e b , 28, 1969
Mar. 31, 1969
A p r . 30, 1969
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Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
Regular:
5}4% Series A-1967
T r e a s u r y notes:
3 ^ % Series A-1967
4 ^ % Series E-1967
4>^% Series F-1967
6 ^ % Series A-1968
4 ^ % Series B-1968
4M% Series C-1968
5M% Series D-1968
6^%) Series A-1969
6 ^ % Series B-1969
6% Series C-1969
5% Series A-1970
FRASER 534% Series A-1971

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1,101,062,000.00
1,100,119,000.00
1,099,821,000.00

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$1,101,578,000.00
1,101,062,000.00
1,100,119,000.00
1,099,821,000.00

1,500,619,000.00

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1,500,519,000.00

1,099,439,000.00
1,100,121,000.00
1,100,861,000.00
1,105,032,000.00

1,099,439,000.00
1,100,121,000.00
1,100,861,000.00
1,105,032,000.00

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1,499,494,000.00
1,500,465,000.00
1,502,230,000.00
1,000,119,000.00
1,000,784,000.00
1,002,167,000.00
$68,634,916,000.00

1,499,494,000.00
1,600,465,000.00
1,502,230,000.00
1,000,119,000.00
1,000,784,000.00
1,002,167,000.00

169, 063,379, 000.00 $153,108, 584,000.00

$49,476,000.00

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6,610,180,000.00

2,094,101,000.00
1,904,231,000.00
8,135,065,000.00
2,634,829,000.00
5,586,842,000.00
6,443,670,000.00

2,093,565,000.00
1,904,144,000.00
8,134,404,000.00
2,633,327,000.00
5,554,023,000.00
. 507,226,000.00
' 929,137,000.00

7,675,487,000.00
4,265,031,000.00

42,000.00
9,913,198,000.00
10,737,561,000.00
4,277,267,000.00
3,367,066,000.00

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546,000.00
87,000.00
661,000.00
1,502,000.00
32,819,000.00

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5,936,487,000.00
8,984,061,000.00
10,737,561,000.00
4,277,257,000.00
3,367,066,000.00
7,675,487,000.00
4,265,031,000.00

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5 H % Series C-1971
434% Series A-1972
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5M% Series A-1974
5 h % Series A-1975
6% Series B-1976
1M% Series EO-1967
13^% Series EA-1968
13^% Series EO-1968
13^% Series EA-1969
13^% Series EO-1969
13^% Series EA-1970
13^% Series EO-1970
13^% Series EA-1971
13^% Series EO-1971
13^% Series EA-1972
13^% Series EO-1972
13^% Series EA-1973
T o t a l T r e a s u r y notes

1,734,117,000.00

457,177,000.00
212,127,000.00
115,331,000.00
60,545,000.00
158,926,000.00
87,629,000.00
113,131,000.00
35,435,000.00
71,827,000.00
15,798,000.00

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49,116,316,000.00
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Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1963-68
23^% of 1964-69 ( d a t e d A p r . 15, 1943)
23^% of 1964-69 ( d a t e d Sept. 15, 1943)
23^% of 1965-70
23^% of 1966-71
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23^% of 1967-72 ( d a t e d J u n e 1, 1945)
23^% of 1967-72 ( d a t e d Oct. 20, 1941)
2 H % of 1967-72 ( d a t e d N o v . 16, 1945)
3J^% of 1968 ( d a t e d J u n e 23, 1960)
3 ^ % of 1968 ( d a t e d S e p t . 16, 1963)
3M%ofl968
4 % of 1969 ( d a t e d Oct. 1, 1957)
4% of 1969 (dated A u g . 15, 1962)
4 % of 1970 (dated J u n e 20, 1963)
4% of 1970 ( d a t e d J a n . 16, 1966)
4% of 1971
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4% of 1972 ( d a t e d S e p t . 15, 1962)
4% of 1972 ( d a t e d N o v . 15, 1962)
4 % of 1973
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1,734,117,000.00
2,508,556,000.00
2,005,629,000.00
5,310,014,000.00
1,651,731,000.00
5,148,443,000.00
6,749,630,000.00

2,508,556,000.00
2,005,629,000.00
5,309,488,000.00

526,000.00
1,651,731,000.00
5,148,443,000.00
6,749,630,000.00
466,964,000.00
211,633,000.00

213,000.00
494,000.00
115,331,000.00
60,545,000.00
168,926,000.00
87,529,000.00
113,131,000.00
35,436,000.00
71,827,000.00
33,951,000.00
33,217,000.00
14,782,000.00

18,153,000.00
33,217,000.00
14,782,000.00
44,420,162,000.00

22,424,412,000.00 ^

36,322,000.00

1,304,500.00
2,014,000.00
2,979,500.00
3,085,500.00
2,623,500.00
2,016,562,000.00
9,820,500.00
10,500.00
23,968,000.00
2,459,767,500.00
433,348,500.00
1,107,444,000.00
6,331,000.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
.
2,583,600.00
450,000.00
2,046,500.00
726,000.00
1,156,500.00
6,047,000.00

71,075,744,000.00

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1,788,960,600.00
2,544,196,000.00
2,491,929,000.00
2,287,819,000.00
1,226,295,000.00
2,018,539,500.00
1,260,443,500.00
1,951,592,750.00
2,637,308,000.00
2,459,933,000.00
1,591,434,000.00
3,747,358,500.00
6,252,527,500.00
3,727,990,500.00
4,129,239,000.00
4,381,420,000.00
2,805,626,500.00
2,760,417,500.00
2,578,547,000.00
2,343,611,000.00
3,893,834,000.00
4,354,363,500.00
3,129,756,500.00
3,590,315,500.00
2,241,985,500.00
1,216,761,500.00
1,573,554,500.00

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2,542,182,000.00
2,488,949,500.00
2,284,733,500.00
1,223,671,500.00
1,977,600.00
1,250,623,000.00
1,951,582,250.00
2,613,340,000.00
165,500.00
1,168,085,600.00
2,639,914,500.00
6,246,196,500.00
3,727,988,500.00
4,129,236,500.00
4,381,420,000.00
2,805,626,500.00
2,760,415,000.00
2,578,547,000.00
2,343,511,000.00
3,893,834,000.00
4,351,780,000.00
3,129,306,500.00
3,588,269,000.00
2,241,269,500.00
1, 215, 605, 000. On
1,668,507,500.00

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June 30,1967

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June 30, 19681

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Marketable—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
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Total marketable issues.
Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
3.50% foreign series
3.85% foreign series
4.1876% foreign series
4.20% foreign series
4.35% foreign series
4.40% foreign series
4.45% foreign series
4.50% foreign series
4.55% foreign series
4.58% foreign series
4.60% foreign series
4.65% foreign series
4.70% foreign series
4.85% foreign series
4.95% foreign series
5.00% foreign series
5.05% foreign series
5.10% foreign series
5.15% foreign series
5.20% foreign series
5.23% foreign series
5.30% foreign series




$2,603,769,000.00 .
1,909,730,000.00
1,121,141,500.00
3,817,203,500.00
249,545,500.00
1,559,683,000.00
4,890,112,600.00
1,896,330,000.00
4,381,697,500.00
97,414,871,250.00

$2,524,000.00
1,857,500.00
7,387,000.00
766,000.00
165,500.00
535,500.00
10,281,000.00
191,565,500.00
41,317,500.00 .
6,337,675,000.00

210,676,458, 250. 00 $203,483, 541, 000. 00 187,480,851, 000. 00
225,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
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100,000,000.00
63,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
113,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
456,000,000.00
569,000,000.00
128,500,000.00
57,000.000.00
637,410,000.00
25,000,000.00
647,500,000.00
466,500,000.00
715,500,000.00
1,696,000,000.00
40,500,000.00
1,642,000,000.00
148,000,000.00
584,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
10,600,000.00

325,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
53,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
113,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
456,000,000.00
569,000,000.00
128,500,000.00
57,000,000.00
637,410,000.00
25,000,000.00
647,500,000.00 . . 466,500,000.00
715,500,000.00
1,596,000,000.00
40,500,000.00
1,542,000,000.00
148,000,000.00
584,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
10,600,000.00

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$2,143,000.00
88,116,000. 00

$2,601,245,000.00
1,907,872,500.00
1,113,754,500.00
3,816,437,500.00
249,380,000.00
1,559,147,500.00
4,879,831,500.00
1,704,764,500.00
4,340,380,000.00
91,075,053,250.00
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5.60% foreign
5.65% foreign
6.70% foreign
5.75% foreign
5.85% foreign

series
series
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series
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630,000,000.00
179,600,000.00
343,000,000.00
738,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
382,500,000.00
426,000,000.00

Total foreign series certificates.
Treasm-y notes:
4.26% foreign series
4.30% foreign series
4.66% foreign series
4.86% foreign series
4.99% foreign series
5.42% foreign series
5.70% foreign series
5.74% foreign series
5.80% foreign series
5.90% foreign series
6.03% foreign series.
6.05% foreign series
6.30% foreign series
• 6.375% foreign series

275,000,000.00
25,000,000.00 .
55,010,887.27
85,000,000.00
40,000,000.00

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Total foreign series notes.
Treasury bonds:
4.26% foreign series
Certiflcates of indebtedness:
2.50% foreign cmrency series
3.875% foreign cmrency series
4.00% foreign cmrency series
4.1875% foreign cmrency series
4.60% foreign cmrency series
4.75% foreign cmrency series
5.00% foreign cmrency series
5.20% foreign cm-rency series
5.48% foreign cm-rency series
5.54% foreign currency series
5.60% foreign cm-rency series
5.75% foreign cmrency series
Total foreign cmrency series certiflcates
Footnotes a t end of table.




205,010,887. 27

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505,000,000.00
4,500,000.00
90,000,000.00
553,000,000.00
186,000,000.00
382,600,000.00
285,000,000.00

125,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
253,000,000.00
186,000,000.00
14,000,000.00

10,983,510,000.00

10,365,510,000.00

893,000,000.00

26,000,000.00
55,010,887.27

50,115,265.11
50,271,465.92
51,888, 750.52
75,328,333.89
50,142,907.29
430,654,821.43

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85,000,000.00
40,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
22,000,000.00
40,203,906.16
300,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

200,000,000.00

1,087,203,906.16

297,796,347.66

994,418,445.77

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143,929,534.25

23,173,359.91
129,734,738.79

141,000,000.00

65,730, 629.23
152,678,819.28
152.168,399.70
101,172,683.38
50,586,341.68

522,336,873.27

25,000,000.00
22,000,000.00
22,418,445.77
300,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

17,785,460.39

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23,173,359.91
129,734,738.79
152, 678, 819.28
152,168,399.70
50,115,265.11
50,271,465.92
51,888, 750.52
75,328,333.89
50,142,907.29
735,502,040.41

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June 30,1967

Issues during
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June 30, 19681

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Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
Treasury notes:
4.27% foreign currency series
4.57% foreign currency series
4.65% foreign currency series
4.83% foreign cmrency series

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4.87% foreign cm-rency series
4.93% foreign cm-rency series
4.94% foreign c m r e n c y series
5.03% foreign currency series
5.09% foreign c m r e n c y series
5.14% foreign c m r e n c y series
5.25% foreign currency series
5.28% foreign c m r e n c y series
6.38% foreign currency series
5.39% foreign c m r e n c y series
6.42% foreign c m r e n c y series
5.44% foreign currency series
5.45% foreign currency series
6.46% foreign currency series
5.47% foreign c m r e n c y series
5.57% foreign c m r e n c y series
6.58% foreign currency series
6.60% foreign currency series
5.68% foreign c m r e n c y series. 6.73% foreign currency series
5.90% foreign currency series
6.16% foreign currency series
6.25% foreign currency series
T o t a l foreign currency series notes

4.160%Treasury certificates, maturing July 1, 1967...
4.160% Treasury certificates, maturing July 3, 1967
3.715% Treasury certificates, maturing July 31, 1967
3.10% Treasmy certificates, maturing July 31,1967
3.09% Treasmy certificates, maturing Aug. 31, 1967
3.462% Treasury certificates, maturhig Sept. 30, 1967
3.41% Treasury certificates, maturing Sept. 30, 1967
3.462% Treasury certificates, maturing Oct. 1, 1967




$50,332,192.47 -_-.-..__..__.._
124,750,099.96
30,016,162.55
25,484,199.80 .

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$50,332,192.47
124,750,099.96
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25,484,199.80

$30,016,162.56

50,285,369.47
22,412,199.63

50,285,369.47
22,412,199.63
$49,958,784.00
25,172,333.67
49,992,501.12
49,957,536.09
61,800,349.94
125,495,708.05
124,865,769.30

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49,958,784.00
25,172,333.67
49,992,501.12
49,957,536.09
51,800,349.94
125,495,708.05
124,865,769.30

23,128,339.15
30,066,840.90
60,337,259.64

23,128,339.15
30,066,840.90
60,337,259.64
49,941,318.95
124,884,48L 85

49,941.318,95
124,884,48L 85
25,131,456.85
27,793,862.19

459,737,982.61

2,777,072.25
1,419,000.00
1,088,874.47
32,697,495.65
8,148,540.12

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130,040,227.82
82,840,940.48
27,771,349.22
23,173,896.92
125,505,158.26
25,151,878.65
30,106,530.80
125,106,340.39
1,221,765,105.51

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32,779,056.25
16,821,021.86
2,806,884.37

130,040,227.82
82,840,940.48
27,771,349.22
23,173,896.92
125,505,158.26
25,151,878.65
30,106,530.80
125,106,340.39
1,522,954,226.85

27,793,862.19
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2,777,072.25
1,419,000 00
1,088 874.47
32,697,495.66
32,779,056.25
8,148,540.12
15,821,021.86
2,805,884.37

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1,098,987.39
15,863,03L86
16,906,174.64

3.462% Treasury certificates, maturing Oct. 3, 1967
4.423% Treasury certificates, maturing Oct. 31, 1967...
3.38% Treasury certificates, maturhig Oct. 31, 1967
3.85% Treasury certificates, maturing Nov. 30, 1967-..
1% Treasury certificates, maturing Dec 15, 1967
4.629% Treasury certificates, maturing Dec. 31,1967..
3.90% Treasury certificates, maturing Dec. 31, 1967
4.629% Treasury certificates, maturing Jan. 1, 1968
4.514% Treasury certificates, matmhig Jan. 3,1968
4.542% Treasury certificates, maturing Jan. 31,1968...
3.69% Treasury certificates, maturing Jan. 31,1968....
3.95% Treasury certificates, maturmg Feb. 29, 1968...
4.989% Treasury certificates, maturhig Mar. 31, 1968..
4.37% Treasmy certificates, maturing Mar. 31,1968...
6.103% Treasmy certificates, matming Apr. 1,1968.-.
6.103% Treasmy certificates, maturing Apr. 3,1968..4.846% Treasury certificates, maturmg Apr. 30, 1968..
4.31% Treasmy certificates, matming Apr. 30,1968...
4.46% Treasury certificates, matming May 31,1968...
1% Treasury certificates, matming June 15,1968
6.186% Treasmy certificates, matmhig June 30, 1968..
4.97% Treasmy certificates, matming June 30, 1968...
6.186% Treasmy certificates, matmhig July 1,1968...
5.146% Treasmy certiflcates, maturing July 3,1968...
5.499% Treasmy certiflcates, maturmg July 31,1968..
5.14% Treasmy certificates, matming July 31,1968...
6.238% Treasmy certificates, maturmg Sept. 30,1968..
1% Treasury certificates, matming Dec. 16,1968
Total Treasury certificates
U.S. savmgs bonds: *
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
SeriesE-1952 (January to AprU)
SeriesE-1952 (May to December).
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
Series E-1955
Series E-1956
Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 (February to December)
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48,495,536.94
236,419,106.98
1,020,201,180.41
1,610,356,426.38
1,981,045,135.00
1,748,778,637.56
982,034,319.82
1,101,198,457.60
1,232,872,631.01
1,289,077,553.48
1,184,294,967.77
1,025,049,310.13
354,548,976.87
747,694,804.80
1,360,670,984.21
1,472,176,287.82
1,613,338,332.04
1,616,458,804.41
144,838,498.42
1,484,246,861.16

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15,963,860.46
2,830,169.30
1,446,131.00
1,111,139.44
16,003,925.51
16,051,443.40
6,786,894.79
16,099,169.03
2,862,921.43
1,462,450,59
1,123,756.43
16,155,933.60
16.210.303.85
2,423,570.60
6,871,544.33
16,268,637.40
2,899,445.16
1,481,107.80
1,137,370.74
16.331.770.86 .
6,533,106.68 .
4,935,688.35
265,397,47L01
9,110,647.13
39,238,715.76
61,521,859.63
75,116,030.96
66,119,027.59
39,719,515. 56
45,988,766.17
65,091,714.35
54,295,993.43
47,904,104.35
40,483,540.03
13,734,181.84
29,020,692.98
61,574,931.16
54,723,553.33
58,637,378. 51
62,892,403.08
5,796,156.12
59,040,020. 07

1,433,722.13 .
1,098,987.39 .
15,863,03L86 .
15,906,174.64 .
2,364,564.45 .
6,709,26L97 .
15,953,860.46 .
2.830.169.30 .
1,446,131.00 .
1,111,139.44 .
16,003,925.51 .
16,051,443.40 .
6,786,894.79 .
16,099,169.03 .
2,862,921.43 .
1,462,450.59 .
1,123,756.43 .
16,155,933.60 .
16,210,303.85 .
2,423,570.50 .
6,871,544.33 .
16,268,637.40 .
571,591.30 .
49,753.81

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2,327,853.86
1,431,353.99
1,137,370.74
16,331,770.86
6,533,106.68
2,518,238.95

283,613,312.88

30,279,695.07

19,998,618.36 .
82,013,223.89 .
131,671,899.01 .
163,787,655.61 .
145,542,295.26 .
82,469,557.16 .
99,105,315.24 .
103,489,356.46 .
99,763,850.95 .
92,860,197.71 .
79,776,810.09 27,600,177.51 .
59,672,402.49 .
109,601,690.11 .
121,314,849.06 .
140,943,700.95 .
150,079,465.46 .
14,308,520.42 .
163,754,376.78 .

225,531,135.75
977,426,672.28
1,540,206,387.00
1,892, 373, 510.45
1,669, 355, 369.89
939,284,278.22
1,048,081,908. 53
1,184,474,988.90
1,243,609,695. 96
1,139,338,874.41
985,757,040.07
340,682,981.20
717,043,095.29
1,302,644, 225. 26
1,405,584,992.09
1,530,932,009. 60
1,629,271, 742.03
136,326,133.12
1,379,532, 504.45

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J u n e 30, 1967
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year

Redemptions
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^

Public Issues—Continued

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Nonmarketable—Continued
U . S . savings b o n d s *—Continued
- Series E - 1 9 6 8 .
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961.
SeriesE-1962
SeriesE-1963
Series E-1964..
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E - 1 9 6 6 . . . .
Series E-1967.
Series E-1968.
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
Total SeriesE

$1,741,441,139.42
712,644,679.35
963,662,077.55
1,787,634,690.80
1,931,528,046.69
1,923,768,632.97
2,330,774,855.59
2,327,121,729.72
2,148,215,465.61
235,504,241.00
2,974,580,943.36
1,639,007,831.25
30,119,360.33

$71,537,763.46
36,632,787.13
34,722,126.26
85,358,183.91
84,543,773.48
83,194,397.07
100,256,223.46
93,033,685.13
82,204,299.52
9,062,393.18
108,890,157.26
2,705,947,336.77
1,850,276,98L 25
3,385,349.10

$177,229,677.24
66,517,938.90...
83,273,104.56
147,453,959.62
128,718,447.67
141,060,681.91
164,621,213.97
206,998,04L 33
210,225,209.96
25,521,646.54
441,559,292.72
1,400,201,884.38
290,672,293.75
-160,48L60

42,951,204,869.51

6,218,854,588.02

6,371,445,873.37

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$1,635,749,225.64
682,569,527.58
915,111,099.25
1,725,538,815.09
1,887,353,372.50
1,865,902,348.13
2,266,609,865.07
2,213,157,273.52
2,020,194,565.17
219,044,987.64
2,641,911,807.90
2,944,753,283.64
1,559,704,687.50
33,665,191.03
43,798,613,584.16

Total SeriesH




63,637,600.00
176,687,500.00
341,716,000.00..
478,395,000.00
421,903,000.00
35,084,500.00
335,462,500.00
553,143,000.00
240,666,500.00..
251,690,500.00
752,941,500.00
811,542,000.00
702,781,000.00
658,964,500.00
600,136,500.00
499,176,600.00
43,014,600.00
615,013,500.00
269,468,000.00
10,744,500.00
7,862,167,500.00

...

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...
...

19,000.00
7,500.00
...
40,000.00
255,932,000.00
214,405,500.00
-1,665,500.00
468,738,600.00

6,807,000.00
15,502,000.00
32,886,500.00.
44,732,500.00
37,118,500.00
3,140,000.00
42,391,500.00
70,670,600.00
15,551,500.00
16,337,000.00
47,125,000.00
49,703,000.00
41,488,500.00
36,640,500.00
32,410,000.00
23,593,000.00
1,789,500.00.
27,213,000.00...
18,231,500.00
363,600.00
532,000.00
563,226,500.00

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Series H-1953.
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SeriesH-1954
SeriesH-1955
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1967 ( F e b r u a r y t o December)
Series H - 1 9 5 8 . - .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series H-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
Series H - 1 9 6 0 . . . .
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1963
SeriesH-1964...
Series H-1965 (January to November)
Series H-1965 (December)
SeriesH-1966
SeriesH-1967
Series H-1968..
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161,185,600.00
308,829,500.00
433,662,500.00
384,784,500.00
31,944,500.00
293,071,500.00
482,472,500.00
225,115,000.00
235,353,000.00
705,816,600.00
761,839,000.00
661,292,500.00
622,324,000.00
567,744,500.00
475,591,000.00
41,226,000.00
687,840,500.00
507,168,500.00
214,042,000.00
8,547,000.00
7,767,679,500.00

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Series J-1956.
SeriesJ-1957Unclassified redemptions-

43,003,087.80
79,922,668.80
17,821,533.60
5—483,782.20

Total Series K

.

38,591,275.80
39,770,210.00
1,310,924.40
—336,306.20

$5,109,050.00
13,313,975.00

140,263,508.00

Total Series JSeries K-1955
Series K-1956
Series K-1957
Unclassified redemptions

697,238.00
2,585,404.00
592,695.60
3,875,237.60

79,336,104.00

18,423,025.00

69,227,000.00
74,534,500.00
2,590,000.00
2,500.00

3,356,500.00
10,609,500.00

72,583,500.00
130,382,500.00
26,578,000.00
5_409,000.00
229,135,000.00

29,423,887.80
17,103,204.80
6_i47,476.oo
46,379,616.60
45,238,500.00
23,988,000.00
«—411,500.00

13,966,000.00

68,815,000.00

6,691,468,325.62

6,160,362,477.37

32,389,025.00

61,681,487,700.76

334,773.00

U.S. savings notes: *
Series S-1967.Series S-1968
Unclassified

146,354,000.00

51,182,770,877.51
1,537,623.00

Total U.S. savhigs bonds

109,113,743.18
93,943,442.25
2,462,680.00

290,682.84
27,864.00
749.25

110,360,683.34
93,915,578.25
2,796,703.75

1,872,396.00

205,519,865.43

319,296.09

207,072,985.34

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U.S. retirement plan bonds: ^
3.76%
....4.16%
Unclassified
Total U.S. retirement plan bonds

15,915,761.81
5,211,047.01
63,732.59
21,190,541.41

591,166.19
5,590,429.77
—37,450.00
6,144,145.96

589,492.25
174,494.10...
9,794.57
773,780.92

15,917,435.75
10,626,982.68
16,488.02
26,560,906.45
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Depositary bonds:
Firstseries
Treasury bonds, REA Series..
Treasury bonds, investment series:
2M% Series B-1975-80.
Total nonmarketable--

45,425,500.00
25,930,000.00

3,772,000.00
3,088,000.00

18,749,000.00
6,108,000.00

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22,910,000.00

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18,123,795,116.60

32,389,026.00

2,514,319,000.00
58,254,870,628.78

266,097,307,327.42 224,473,746,692.96 205,604,646,116.60

Total public issues

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55,420,849,077.42

120,605,025.00

284,845,902,878.78

20,990,205,692.96

Special Issues
CivU service retirement fund:
5 ^ % certificates
63^% certificates
534% certificates
63^% certificates..
5% certificates...
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1,526,144,000.00
439,244,000.00
212,705,000.00
521,448,000.00
265,660,000.00

1,626,144,000.00
439,244,000.00
212,705,000.00
521,448,000.00 . . . .
265,660,000.00

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Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1967

Issues dm-ing
year

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Special I s s u e s — C o n t i n n e d
CivU service r e t i r e m e n t f u n d — C o n t i n u e d
6 ^ % notes
iy8% n o t e s . . . . . . . . . . - - . . —
-.
4M% notes
43/^% notes
3J^% notes
43^% b o n d s
3 ^ % bonds
3M% bonds
23^% b o n d s
2 ^ % bonds
2 ^ % bonds
E x c h a n g e StabUization F u n d :
5.87% certificates.
5.61% certificates
5.59% certificates
5.53% certtficates
5.45% certificates
5.30% certificates
5.25% certificates
5.24% certificates
5.14% certificates
5.04% certificates
5.00% certificates
4.99% certificates
4.96% certificates
4.96% certificates
4.86% certificates
4.70% certificates
4.63% c e r t i f i c a t e s . . . .
4.629% certificates
4.60% certificates
4.40% certificates
4.30% certificates
4.25% certificates
4.150% certificates
3.95% certificates
3.73% certificates
3.462% certtficates
3.25% certificates




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$1,907,732,000.00
1, 758,171, 000. 00
354, 647, 000. 00
80,227,000.00
3, 888, 607, 000. 00
2,024,661,000.00
1,295,200,000.00
869, 014, 000. 00
3,148,359,000.00
200,000,000.00

$40,692,000.00 ,

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151,543,000.00 .
80,227,000.00 .
80,227,000.00
121,952,000.00
179, 412, 000. 00
674, 931, 000. 00
200,000,000.00
87,500,000.00 .
87, 500, 000. 00
52, 000, 000. 00
52, 000, 000. 00
928,168, 025. 71
87, 500, 000. 00
996, 866, 285. 78
87, 500, 000. 00
56, 000, 000. 00
52, 000, 000. 00
66, 000, 000. 00

200,000,000.00
"""52," 000," ooo.'oo"
788,062, 349. 62
2,496,645,409. 51
1,617, 739,353.14
56,000,000. 00
220,192,860.82
914, 526,193. 75
884,922,677.80
1,003, 664, 671. 55
957, 564, 916.68
10,317.95 .
10, 000,000. 00
50,000,000.00 .
672, 694,634. 91

1,077, 283, 583.89
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87,500,000.00
52,000,000.00
52, 000, 000. 00
293, 826, 677. 77
87, 500, 000. 00
996, 866, 285. 78
87,500,000.00
56,000,000.00
52, 000, 000. 00
56,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
788,062,349. 62
2,496,645,409.61
1,617,739,353.14
56,000,000.00
220,192,860.82
914,626,193.76
884,922,677.80
1,003, 564,57L 65
957,664,916.68
10,317.95
1,087,253,583.89
50,000,000.00
25,620,744.59
1,372,823,801.41

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$1, 628,319, 000. 00
1, 867, 040, 000. 00
1, 758,171, 000. 00
203,104, 000. 00
3, 888, 607, 000. 00
1, 944,434, 000. 00
1,173, 248, 000. 00
689,602,000.00
2, 473, 428, 000. 00

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3.96% certUicates.
3.26% certificates.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
5.45% certificates
5.25%, certificates.
4.95% certificates
2% notes
Federal disabUity insurance trust fund:
5 ^ % certtficates
6H% certUicates
6J^% certificates
53^% certificates
5% certificates
.
5 ^ % notes
4J^% notes
4 ^ % notes
43^% bonds
3K% bonds
3M% bonds
25^% bonds.
Federal home loan banks:
5.45% certUicates
5.25% certificates
4.95% certificates
4.85% certificates
4.70% certificates
4.60% certificates
4.40% certificates
4.30% certiflcates
4.25%, certUicates
3.95% certiflcates
3.25% certUicates
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
5 ^ % certificates
5H% certUicates
534% certificates
53^% certificates
5% certificates
4M% certificates
5 ^ % notes
4J^% notes-4M%notes
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
5 ^ % certificates
5H% certificates
5 ^ % certificates
63^% certificates
5% certificates
4M% certificates
.

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81,500,000.00

85,100,000.00
262,700,000.00

85,312,000.00

•

85,100,000.00
181,200,000.00
173,919,000.00
173,188,000.00
162,568,000.00
176,269,000.00

173,188,000.00
152,568,000.00
261,581,000.00

1,539,062,000.00
630,414,000.00
197,724,000.00
388,736,000.00
239,185,000.00
583,612,000.00

1,539,062,000.00
630,414,000.00
197,724,000.00
388,736,000.00
239,185,000.00

74,895,000.00
309,178,000.00
279,238,000.00
153,632,000.00
348,740,000.00
209,900,000.00

52,000,000.00

15,718,000.00
622,357,000.00
553,572,000.00
.

940,393,000.00

67,757,000.00

362,000,000.00
93,800,000.00
52,000,000.00
104,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
118,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
54,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
52,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
93,800,000.00
52,000,000.00
104,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
118,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
54,000,000.00
52,000,000.00
104,000,000.00

2,249,549,000.00
794,951,000.00
247,772,000.00
502,440,000.00
315,170,000.00

2,249,549,000.00
794,951,000.00
247,772,000.00
502,440,000.00
315,170,000.00
15,718,000.00

495,529,000.00

12,589,879,000.00
4,886,878,000.00
1,507,073,000.00
2,970,071,000.00
2,905,650,000.00

366,563,000.00
46,131,000.00

173,919,000.00

583,612,000.00
7,138,000.00
309,178,000.00
- 279,238,000.00
163,632,000.00
348,740,000.00
209,900,000.00
162,000,000.00

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255,794,000.00
507,441,000.00

12,589,879,000.00
4,886,878,000.00
1,507,073,000.00
2,970,071,000.00
2,905,550,000.00
940,393,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
June 30,1967

Issues during
year

Redemptions
during year

^
Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 19681

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INTEREST-BEARING DEBT-Continued
Special Issue—Continued
Federai old-age and survivors insmance trust fund—Continued
6 ^ % notes...
43^% notes
4M% notes
4i/g% bonds
3J^% bonds
3M% bonds
2 ^ % bonds
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
5.45% certUicates
5.25% certificates
4.95% certificates
2%notes
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
5 ^ % certiflcates .
5H% certiflcates.
6 ^ % certiflcates..
53^% certiflcates
6%, certiflcates
4^%certiflcates..55^%notes
4^%notes
Foreign service retirement fund:
4% certiflcates
3% certificates-,
Government life insurance fund:
45^% certificates
5 ^ % notes
4H% notes
434% bonds
33^% bonds
3 ^ % bonds
33^%bonds
Highway trust fund:
4 ^ % certificates
.•
45^% certificates43^% certiftcates




$2,596,166,000.00
2,720,279,000.00
2,581,589,000.00
1,738,455,000.00
1,240,088,000.00
6,023,463,000.00

3,268,000.00

.

31,923,000.00
446,926,000.00
41,020,000.00
1,126,000.00

77,986,000.00
28,468,000.00
77,790,000.00
77,992,000.00
651,791,000.00

$2,460,795,000.00

$2, 460, 795,"000.00
2,456,548,000.00
2,720,279,000.00
2,581,689,000.00
1,738,455,000.00
1,240,088,000.00
6,023,463,000.00

$139,618,000.00

210,637,000.00
118,700,000.00
124,551,000.00
74,500,000.00

174,597,000.00
118,700,000.00
124,551,000.00
77,768,000.00

765,206,000.00
214,063,000.00
122,634,000.00
108,930,000.00
151,628,000.00

765,206,000.00
214,063,000.00
122,634,000.00
108,930,000.00
151,628,000.00
31,923,000.00

6,527,000.00

172,040,000.00

60,753,000.00
1,168,000.00

61,050,000.00
1,156,000.00

87,447,000.00
64,365,000.00

87,447,000.00

1,361,123,000.00
419,709,000.00
1,476,983,000.00

382,799,000.00
419,709,000.00
1,476,983,000.00

1,992,000.00

36,040,000.00

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274,886,000.00

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1,137,000.00

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77,986,000.00
28,468,000.00
77,790,000.00
77,992,000.00
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4K% certificates...
43^% certificates
National service life insurance fund:
53^% certUicates...
5H% certUicates
534% certificates-.
5H% certUicates-.
6% certUicates
4J^% certUicates
4 ^ % certificates
63^% notes
4 ^ % notes
3 ^ % notes
4K% bonds
3M% bonds
3^^% bonds
33^% bonds
3M% bonds
33^% bonds
3% bonds
Railroad retirement account:
5M% certiflcates
5H% certiflcates
53^% certificates
5H% certiflcates
5K% certiflcates
53^% certificates
5% certificates
4M% certiflcates
5 ^ % notes
4>g% notes
4M% notes
43^% notes
43^% bonds
4% bonds
RaUroad retirement holding account:
6M% certificates
5^^% certificates
53^% certificates
5H% certificates
534% certificates
63/g% certificates
5% certificates
4M% certificates

721,710,000.00

685,568,000.00
20,838,000.00
225,462,000.00
441,984,000.00
932,386,000.00
298,259,000.00
430,031,000.00
343,149,000.00
2,466,640,000.00 __.

67,114,000.00
341,558,000.00
601,246,000.00
33,408,000.00
614,094,000.00
1,666,066,000.00

.

4,067,000.00

340,803,000.00
1,099,600,000.00
831,178,000.00

340,803,000.00
1,099,600,000.00
1,652,888,000.00

1,693,000.00
68,963,000.00
656,000.00
905,000.00
43,740,000.00
30,895,000.00
3,272,000.00
332,597,000.00

1,693,000.00
68,963,000.00
656,000.00
905,000.00
43,740,000.00
30,895,000.00
3,272,000.00
13,696,000.00
6,946,000.00
7,873,000.00

192,640,000.00
654,383,000.00
90,483,000.00
363,786,000.00
75,947,000.00
162,461,000.00
23,841,000.00
149,501,000.00
482,623,000.00

7,635,000.00
2,048,000.00
530,000.00
534,000.00
564,000.00
78,000.00
1,064,000.00

654,383,000.00
90,483,000.00
363,786,000.00
75,947,000.00
162,461,000.00
23,841,000.00
149,501,000.00
67,114,000.00
20,514,000.00
184,844,000.00
33,408,000.00
12,812,000.00
204,786,000.00
2,466,000.00
2,048,000.00
530,000.00
534,000.00
564,000.00
78,000.00
1,064,000.00
4,067,000.00

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332,597,000.00
571,872,000.00
13,892,000.00
225,452,000.00
434,111,000.00
932,386,000.00
298,259,000.00
430,031,000.00
343,149,000.00
2,274,000,000.00

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1,461,280,000.00
5,169,000.00

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Outstanding
June 30. 1967

Issues during
year

Redemptions
during year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30,19681

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT—Continued
Sperial Issues—Continued
Railroad retirement supplemental account:
6|^% certificates
6^% certificates
53^% certificates
5 ^ % certificates
534% certificates
5>g% certificates
6% certificates
4M% certificates
Unemployment trust fund:
4M% certUicates..
434%, certUicates
43^% certificates
4% certUicates
Veterans' special term insurance fund:
4% certUicates
33^% certificates
:
3^%, certificates.
3^%o certificates
Veterans' reopened insurance fund:

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$20,181,000.00
10,092,000.00
2,376,000.00
3,518,000.00
2,524,000.00
343,000.00
4,781,000.00

$4,920,000.00
10,092,000.00
2,376,000.00
3,518,000.00
2,524,000.00
343,000.00
4,781,000.00
10,977,000.00

$15,261,000.00

1,196,346,000.00
1,403,274,000.00
471,931,000.00
8;804,290,000.00

8,807,138,000.00

7,784,613,000.00

10,003,484,000.00
1,403,274,000.00
471,931,000.00
1,019,677,000.00

860,000.00
4,807,000.00
6,171,000.00
196,404,000.00

214,086,000.00

189,382,000.00

214,946,000.00
4,807,000.00
6,171,000.00
7,022,000.00
103,623,000.00

16,424,000.00

87,099,000.00

4,911,000.00
2,776,000.00
5,013,000.00
2,830,000.00

4,911,000.00
2,776,000.00
6,013,000.00
2,830,000.00
62,553,000.00

78,933,124,039.34

75,662,003,644.26

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$10,977,000.00
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5H% certificates
6^% certificates..
53^% certificates...
6% certificates
i^A% certUicates
Total special issues
Total interest-bearing debt




52,563,000.00
56,166,181,962.86

322,252,489,280.28 303,406,870,732.30 281,166,649,760.86

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69,626,302,347.94
$120,505,025.00

344,372,205,226.72

Outstanding
June 30, 1967

Issues

Issues during year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
during year

Outstanding
June 30, 1968 i

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED
Old debt—issued prior to Apr. 1, 1917:
6% Five-twenties of 1866.
6% compound interest notes 1864-66
3% loan of 1908-18
23^% postal savings bonds
2% consols of 1930.
4% funded loan of 1907.
3% Panama Canalloan 1961
All others ^

$19,650.00
155,960.00
98,020.00
191,700.00
9,800.00

342,850.00
121,200.00
743,930.26

Total old debt—issued prior to Apr. 1,1917
Liberty loan bonds:
First Liberty loan:
First 33^'s
First 4's
First 4 ^ ' s . - .
First-Second 4)4's...
Total-.Second Liberty loan:
Second 4' s

$18,580.00

:

1,683,110.26

50.00
3,000.00
21,630.00

$19,650.00
155,960. 00
98,020. 00
173,120. 00
9,800. 00
342,800. 00
118,200. 00
743,930. 26

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262,400.00
86,400.00
186,200.00
2,050.00

2,400.00
150.00
14,450.00

260,000. 00
86, 250. 00
171, 750. 00
2,050. 00

537,050.00

17,000. 00

520,050 00

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900. 00

331, 000. 00
330, 750. 00

1, 200.00

661, 750. 00

Third Liberty loan 434's

1,186,300.00
2,110,950.00

2,000.00
32, 900.00

1,184,300. 00
2,078,050. 00

Fourth Liberty loan 434's

4,497,250.00

53,100. 00

4,444,150. 00

Second 434's
Total

331,300.00
331,660. 00

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662,950.00

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Total Liberty loan bonds
Victory notes:
Victory 3^'s
Victory 4 ^ ' s .
Total Victory notes
Footnotes a t end of table.




700 00
390,700.00

450.00

700. 00
390,250. 00

391,400.00

450.00

390, 950. 00

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Outstanding
June 30, 1967

Issues

Issues during year

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Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

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Redemptions
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Outstanding
June 30, 19681



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Treasury bonds:
3H%of 1940-43
3H%0fl941-43
. . . . . ..^....
3M%of 1941
3H% of 1943-47
3M%0f 1943-45
334%ofl944^6
4%ofl944-54
2M%of 1945-47
23^%ofl945
334% of 1946-56
3% of 1946-48
33^% of 1946-49
4M%ofl947-52
2% of 1947
2%of 1948-50 (datedMar. 15, 1941)
2M%of 1948-51
I34%0fl948
23^% of 1948
2% of 1948-50 (dated Dec 8, 1939)
2% of 1949-51 (dated Jan. 16, 1942)
2% of 1949-51 (dated May 15, 1942)
2% of 1949-51 (dated July 15, 1942)
33^% of 1949-52.
23^% of 1949-53
13^%of 1950
2% of 1950-52 (dated Oct. 19, 1942)
23^% of 1950-52
2% of 1950-52 (dated Apr. 15, 1943)
234% of 1961-53
--2%of 1951-53
2M%of 1951-54
2%ofl951-55
3%ofl951-55
23^% of 1952-54
2% of 1952-54 (dated June 26, 1944)
2% of 1952-54 (dated Dec 1, 1944)
2)4% of 1952-55
2% of 1953-55...
234% of
 of 1954-56...
2K% 1955-60...

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$9,000.00
28,200.00 . . . - . - . - . - - . :
8,150.00
48,400.00
•
107,000.00
204,850.00
166,600.00
101,600.00
2,500.00
61,400.00
46,150.00
241,900.00
198,000.00
350.00
2,000.00
6,200.00
51,500.00
4,050.00
2,600.00
150.00
14,000.00
2,500.00
17,200.00
65,350.00
392,000.00
18,300.00
60,950.00
228,500.00
49,800.00
500,500.00
87,600.00
15,800.00
508,350.00
r 13,050.00
559,000.00
.
r i, m,500. 00
20,000.00
60,860.00
49,650.00
1,337,900.00

$60.00
.-.-...

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..

100.00
7,600.00
10,400.00
82,300.00
3,460.00
5,000.00
34,000.00
2,000.00
50.00
1,100.00

3,600.00
75,000.00
400.00
200.00
19,500.00
1,000.00
50,000.00
8,700.00
50.00
33,200.00
150.00
130,600.00
70,500.00
3,200.00
500.00
131,650.00

$8,950.00
28,200.00
8,150.00
48,300.00
99,400.00
194,460.00
84,300.00
98,050.00
2,500.00
56,400.00
46,150.00
207,900.00
196,000.00
350.00
2,000.00
6,150.00
51,500.00
4,050.00
1,500.00
150.00
14,000.00
2,500.00
17,200.00
61,760.00
317,000.00
17,900.00
60,750.00
209,000.00
48,800.00
450,500.00
78,900.00
16,750.00
475,150.00
12,900.00
428,500.00
1,041,000.00
16,800.00
60,850.00
49,060.00
1,206,250.00

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2M%ofl956-59
2>4% of 1966-59
2H%ofl957-59
23^%ofl958
2H%ofl958...
2?4% of 1958-63...
2H%ofl960
2M%ofl961
23^%ofl961
234% of 1959-62 (dated June 1, 1945)
234% of 1959-62 (dated Nov. 15, 1945)
2M%ofl960-65
23^% of 1962-67
2>|%of 1963..
3% of 1964
2M%of 1965
3M%ofl966
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3%ofl966..
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3>^% of 1968 (dated June 23, 1960)

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83,200.00 . . . .
119,400.00886,000.00
41,000.00
72,000.00
58,500.00 . .
60,250.00. .
42,000.00
279,600.00
850,500.00
2,054,000.00
2,259,000.00
461,750.00
27,675,800.00
725,000.00
404,000.00
669,000.00
912,600.00
901,000.00
1,142,000.00
.

Total Treasury bonds

46,099,600.00

3% Adjusted service bonds of 1945

1,145,060.00

U.S. savings bonds:
SeriesA-1935
Series B-1936
...:
Series C-1937
Series C-1938
Series D-1939
Series D-1940
Series D-1941
SeriesF-1941
Series F-1942
Series F-1943
Series F-1944
Series F-1945
Series F-1946
Series F-1947
Series F-1948
Series F-1949
Series F-1950
Series F-1951
Series F-1952.
Series F Unclassified
Series G-1941
Series G-1942.

236,225.00.
468,800.00 .
465,960.00 .
792,360.00
1,167,800.00 .
2,385,325.00 .
2,616,950.00
428,600.00..
1,639,775.00
2,283,200.00
1,982,650.00
1,483,126.00
816,200.00 . . .
730,475.00
464,400.00 . . .
711,900.00 . . .
680,200.00 . . .
553,275.00
227,350.00 . . .
5—12,825.00 .
373,100.00
1,733,600.00

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6,150.00
6,760.00
131,000.00
...

..

$1,977,500.00
165,500.00
2,143,000.00

77,050.00
112,650.00
755,000.00
41,000.00
20,500.00
37,500.00
56,050.00
40,000.00
250,000.00
741,500.00
1,901,000.00
1,625,500.00
396,150.00
2,886,900.00
628,000.00
290,000.00
624,500.00
470,000.00
275,500.00
686,500.00
1,977,600.00
165,600.00

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19,587,300.00

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1,041,000.00
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40, 625. 00
54, 275. 00
92, 925. 00
121, 575. 00
276,350. 00
273,850. 00
76, 000. 00
252, 700. 00
285, 625. 00
241,800. 95
297,400. 00
139,450.00
120,475. 00
149,425.00
130, 625. 00
142, 075. 00
136, 725. 00
83,050. 00
-11, 900. 00
26,400.00
165,800. 00

211, 275. 00
428,175. 00
411, 675.00
699,425. 00
1, 046, 225.00
2,108, 975. 00
2,343,100. 00
352, 600. 00
1,387, 076. 00
1, 997, 675. 00
1, 740, 849. 06
1,185, 726. 00
676, 750.00
610,000. 00
304,975.00
581, 275.00
538,125.00
416, 550. 00
144,300.00
6 -925.00
346, 700.00
1, 667, 700.00

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51,500.00
21,000.00
4,200.00
2,000.00
29,500.00
109,000.00
153,000.00
633,600.00
65,600.00
24,788,900.00
197,000.00
114,000.00
144,600.00
442,600.00
625,500.00
455,500.00

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Outstanding
June 30, 1967

Issues

Issues during year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
during year

Outstanding
June 30, 19681

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED-Continued
U.S. savings bonds—Continued
Series G-1943
Series G-1944
Series G-1945.
Series G-1946
Series G-1947
Series G-1948
Series G-1949
Series G-1950
Series G-1951
Series G-1952
Series G Unclassified
Series J-1952
SeriesJ-1953
SeriesJ-1954
SeriesJ-1955
Series J-1956
SeriesK-1952
Series K-1963
Series K-1954.-.
o t / i i o o xjk.-Ayu-*
SeriesK-1955
Series K-1956
Total U.S. savhigs bonds
Armed Forces leave bonds:
Series 1943:
Apr. 1, 1943
J u l y l , 1943
Oct. 1, 1943
Series 1944*
Jan. 1,'1944
Apr. 1, 1944
J u l y l , 1944
Oct. 1, 1944
Series 1946:
• Jan. 1, 1946
Apr. 1, 1945
J u l y l , 1945
Oct. 1, 1946




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$3,377,500.00
4,218,300.00
3,930, 700. 00 . . - - . . - . - - . - - - - - . - . . . . . - . - - ---.
3,614,800.00
4,608,400.00
4,267,400.00
4,870,600.00
5,342,800.00
4,647,900.00
1; 799,500.00
5-27,000.00
1,040,525.00
3,276,050.00
8,766,225.00
14,038,475.00
$5,109,050.00
13,313,975.00
2,186,500.00
2,278,500.00
5,997,000.00
u, y»^, uuu. UU
13,512,000.00
3,356,500.00
10,609,500.00
113,984,500.00.
32,389,025.00

$422,800.00
633,500.00
639,200.00
603,100.00
716,000.00
706,800.00
860,600.00
1,101,400.00
996,500.00
420,100.00
5,700.00
371,225.00
957,276.00
4,303,750.00
10,194,225.00
931,500.00
925,500.00
3,263,000.00
o, ^ v o , \juu. u u
11,074,500.00
42,046,775.95

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3,584,800.00
J5
3,391,500.00
M
3,111,700.00
3
3,892,400.00
3,560,600.00
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4,241,400.00
3,651,400.00
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1,379,400.00
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669,300.00
2,318,775.00
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13,313,976.00
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16,300.00
24,975.00
43,150.00

1,175.00
1,850.00
2,550.00

15,126.00
23,125.00
40,600.00

43,850.00
32,750.00
33,650.00
38,025.00

1,900.00'
1,575.00
1,025.00
2,375.00

41,950.00
31,175.00
32,625.00
35,650.00

77,600.00
63,300.00
162,175.00
589,100.00

4,300.00
3,950.00
8,650.00
38,92.5.00

73,300.00
59,350.00
143,526.00
550,175.00

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Jan. 1, 1946
Apr. 1, 1946
J u l y l , 1946
Oct. 1, 1946.

2,366,060.00
1,236,425.00
461,600.00
621,125.00

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2,218,450.00
1,164,950.00
434,600.00
487,100.00

6,700,075.00

Total Armed Forces leave bonds
Treasury notes:
Regular series:
6 ^ % A-1924
4 ^ % A-1925
4K%B-1925-4 ^ % C-1925..4M% A-1926...
4 ^ % B-1926
4K% A-1927
4M% B-1927
3>^% A-1930-32
33^% B-1930-32
3 ^ % C-1930-32
3% A-1935
23^% C-1936
334% A-1937
3% B-1937
2 ^ % B-1938
23^% D-1938.
23^% A-1939
1 ^ % B-1939
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1 ^ % A-1940
2% B-1942
13^% A-1943
1% C-1943
M% A-1945
134% B-1947
134% C-1947
13^% A-1948
IH% G-1951
1H% A-1954
1 ^ % B-1954
13^% A-1955:
1M% B-1955
2% B-1956
2K% A-1957
2K% A-1958
1K% A-1959
33^% B-1959
33^% A-1960
3M% B-1960......
4M% C-1960

147,600.00
81,475.00
27,000.00
34,025.00
358,376.00

5,341,700.00

6,200.00
1,000.00
6,600.00
5,700.00
2,600.00
1,600.00
2,200.00
9,500.00
79,900.00
9,500.00
6,660.00
3,000.00
5,500.00
11,600.00
25,500.00
6,000.00
1,400.00
10,200.00
100.00
150.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
300.00
100.00
8,000.00
38,000.00
8,000.00
4,000.00 -.
2,000.00
1,000.00
15,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
31,000.00
29,000.00
5,000.00
6,000.00
59,000.00
2,000.00
44,000.00

200.00

1,600.00

."..

:

10,000.00

1,000.00

6, 200. 00
1, 000. 00
6, 600. 00
5, 700. 00
2, 600. 00
1, 600. 00
2,200. 00
9, 500. 00
79, 900. 00
9, 300. 00
6, 550. 00
3, 000. 00
5, 500. 00
10, 000. 00
25, 500. 00
6, 000. 00
1,400. 00
10,200. 00
100. 00
150. 00
2, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
300. 00
100. 00
8, 000. 00
28, 000. 00
8, 000. 00
4, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
1, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
4, 000. 00
5, 000. 00
31, 000. 00
29,000. 00

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13,000.00

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2, 000. 00
31, 000. 00

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Issues

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J u n e 30, 1967

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Issues d u r i n g y e a r

Redemptions
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Treasury notes—Continued
R e g u l a r series—Continued
4 % A-1961
35^%,B-1961
3^%A-1962
4 % B-1962.
3M%C-1962
4 % D-1962
4%E-1962
3)4% F-1962
3>4% G-1962
3 ^ % H-1962
2^%A-1963
4%B-1963
4J^% C-1963
334%D-1963
3K%E-1963
4^%A-1964
5% B-1964
4J^% C-1964
3^%D-1964
3M% E-1964
354% F-1964
4^%A-1965
33^%, B-1966..
3J^% C-1965
33^%, D-1965 (dated A p r . 8, 1964)
4 % E-1965
4% A-1966
3 ^ % B-1966
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3 ^ % C-1966
4% D-1966
4% E-1966.
3M% A-1967
35^% B-1967
4 % C-1967
:
4M% D-1967
4J^% E-1967
4 K % F-1967
5 ^ % A-1968
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FRASER 4 ^ % B-1968

Digitized for


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$200,000.00
55,000.00
32,000.00
165,000.00
100,000.00
69,000.00
62,000.00
6,000.00
8,000.00
13,000.00
70,000.00
336,000.00
696,000.00
61,000.00
16,000.00
2,201,000.00
3,265,000.00
530,000.00
133,000.00
92,000.00
6,000.00
701,000.00
137,000.00
47,000.00
89,000.00
285,000.00
821,000.00
167,000.00
49,000.00
461,000.00
460,000.00

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$55,000.00
3,000.00
25,000.00
41,000.00
22,000.00
21,000.00
31,000.00
..
17,000.00
96,000.00
134,000.00
62,000.00
10,000.00
646,000.00
815,000.00
171,000.00
71,000.00
16,000.00
3,000.00
112,000.00
72,000.00
19,000.00
26,000.00
77,000.00
481,000.00
59,000.00
11,000.00
191,000.00
339,000.00

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$646,000.00

1,722,000.00
517,000.00
4,508,000.00

1,612,000.00
428,000.00
4,092,000.00

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87,000.00
661,000.00
1,502,000.00
32,819,000.00

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$145,000.00
52,000.00
4,000.00
124,000.00
78,000.00
38,000.00
31,000.00
6,000.00
8,000.00
13,000.00
53,000.00
240,000.00
462,000.00
9,000.00
6,000.00
1,555,000.00
2,460,000.00
359,000.00
62,000.00
76,000.00
3,000.00
589,000.00
65,000.00
28,000.00
64,000.00
208,000.00
340,000.00
108,000.00
38,000.00
270,000.00
121,000.00
646,000.00
110,000.00
89,000.00
416,000.00
87,000.00
661,000.00
1,502,000.00
32,819,000.00

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13^%) E 0 - 1 9 5 8
13^% EA-1961
13^% EO-1961
13^% EA-1962
13^% EO-1962
13^% EA-1963
13^% EO-1963
1 K % EA-1964
13^% EO-1964
13^% EA-1965
1M% EO-1965
1H%) EA-196613^% EO-1966
13^% EA-1967
i y 2 % EO-1967
13^% EA-1968
T a x seiies:
A-1943
B-1943
A-1944
B-1944
A-1945
Savings series:
C-1946
C-1947
C-1948
C-1949
C-1950
C-1951
D-1951
D-1952
D-1953
A-1954
A-1055
A-1956
B-1955

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1,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
26,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
208,000.00
203,000.00
190,000.00
200.000.00
437,000.00
200,000.00
441,000.00
213,000.00
494,000.00

.
.
. .

.

3,000.00

. .
15,000.00
.
. .

14,000.00
5,000.00

.
.

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21,000.00
142,000.00
213,000.00
494,000.00

.-.

6,175.00
600.00
7,450.00
2,000.00
72,325.00

. .
. .

-..

21,015,450.00

.

1,000.00
500.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00

275.00

..

500.00

4,900.00
600.00
6,960.00
2,000.00
66,400.00

6,925.00

39,300.00
109,400.00.--70,900.00
9,600.00
7,000.00
700.00
1,500.00
15,800.00
39,600.00
24,700.00
45,800.00
200.00
3,200.00

T o t a l T r e a s u r y notes
Certiflcates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
T a x series:
4 H % T-10
4 ^ % TM-1921
6% TJ-1921
6% TS-1921
6% T D - 1 9 2 1
53^%TS2-1921
5M% TM-1922
43^% TS2-1922
43^% T D - 1 9 2 2

1,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
29,000.00
6,000.00
20,000.00
1,000.00
208,000.00
217,000.00
196,000.00
200,000.00
458,000.00
200,000.00
683,000.00

6,300.00
1,400.00
1,300.00

2,000.00

33,000.00
108,000.00
69,600.00
9,600.00
7,000.00
700.00
1,500.00
7,500.00
4,400.00
24,700.00
43,100.00
200.00
1,200.00

10,067,700.00

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8,300.00
35,200.00
2,700.00

30.322,000.00

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1,500.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00

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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1967

Issues

Issues d u r i n g year

T r a n s f e r r e d from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 19681

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M A T U R E D DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED-Continued
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s — C o n t i n u e d
T a x series—Continued
434% TM-1923.
3 ^ % TS-1923....--...-.
4H%) TM-1924
4 % TM-1926
43^% TJ-1929
63^% TM-1930
1 H % TS-1932
3 % % TM-1933
2 % F i r s t - M a t u r e d M a r . 15,1933
4i/i% TD-2-1933
Regular:
4i.i% IVA-1918-_:
514% G-1920
5>^% H-1921
5 1 ^ % A-1922
3 % % A-1933
.
7yi% B-1944
^ i % , E-1944
J i % A-1945
% % C-1945
7yi% E-1946
% % K-1946
% % E-1947
J i % F-1947
7yi% C-1948
134% A-1950
VA% C-1952
2^^% B-1954
2 ^ % E-1954
3 H % A-1958
4 % C-1958
3M%A-19604 % % C-1960
4^%A-1961
i H 7 o B-1961
3 % A-1962....1
3 H % B-1963
31/^% D-1963
314% B-1964
4 % % A-1966
FRASER 5 H % A-1967

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

of i n d e b t e d n e s s

$1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,100.00
2,000.00
3,500.00
12,500.00
4,100.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
11,000.00
16,000.00
56,000.00
3,000.00
10,000.00
6,000.00
51,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
17,000.00
2,000.00
15,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
38,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
17,000.00
5,000.00
102,000.00

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$400.00

5,000.00
2,000.00

._

1,000.00
8,000.00

52,000.00
175,000.00

600.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
11,000.00
11,000.00
64,000.00
3,000.00
10,000.00
6,000.00
51,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
17,000.00

2,000.00

$175,000.00
427,200.00

$1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,100.00
2,000.00
3,500.00
12,500.00
3,700.00
1,000.00

70,400.00

15,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.,00
9,000.00
17,000.00
5,000.00
60,000.00
175,000.00
631,800.00

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J u n e 5, 1940
J a n . 14, 1942
F e b . 3, 1943
J u l y 29, 1954
M a y l O , 1955
A p r . 24, 1958
M a y 15, 1959
S e p t . 3, 1959
.
J a n . 14, 1960
A p r . 15, 1960
J u n e 2 2 , 1960
J u l y 15, 1960
J u l y 21, 1960
J u l y 28, 1960
A u g . 4, 1960
A u g . 11, 1960
S e p t . 29, 1960
Oct. 17, 1960
J a n . 15, 1961
J a n . 26, 1961
J u l y 27, 1961
Oct. 5, 1 9 6 1 F e b . 1, 1962
Mar. 1, 1962
J u l y 15, 1962
M a y 9, 1963
N o v . 21, 1963
J a n . 2, 1964
J a n . 15, 1964
A p r . 15, 1964
J u n e 11, 1964
J a n . 7, 1965
J a n . 31, 1965...
Mar. 4, 1966
Mar. 11, 1965
A p r . 8, 1966
A p r . 30, 1965
J u n e 10, 1965
J u l y 8, 1965
J u l y 22, 1965
A u g . 19, 1965
A u g . 31. 1965
Sept. 16, 1965
Sept. 30, 1965
Oct. 21, 1965
N o v . 30,1965
D e c 31, 1965
J a n . 20, 1966
J a n . 27, 1966
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




30,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
20,000.00
1,000.00
44,000.00
7,000.00
11,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
12,000.00
3,000.00
20,000.00
1,000.00
63,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
100,000.00
1,000.00
7,000.00
12,000.00
10,000.00
22,000.00
3,000.00
33,000.00
37,000.00
6,000.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
12,000.00
26,000.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
60,000.00
40,000.00
10,000.00
75,000.00
19,000.00
78,000.00
10,000.00
6,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00

2,000.00

30,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
15,000.00
1,000.00
20,000.00
1,000.00
44,000.00
5,000.00
11,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
12,000.00
3,000.00

20,000.00
2,000.00
-

1,000.00
61,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00

100,000.00
1,000.00
7,000.00
12,000.00
10,000.00
3,000.00
25,000.00

22,000.00
33,000.00
12,000.00
5,000.00

10,000.00
5,000.00
12,000.00
25,000.00

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2,000.00
6,000.00
60,000.00
40,000.00
10,000.00
75,000.00
3,000.00

19,000.00
75,000.00
10,000.00
6,000.00

10,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00

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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1967

Issues

Issues d u r i n g year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 19681

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MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED-Continued
T r e a s u r y bills, m a t u r i t y d a t e — C o n t i n u e d
F e b . 28, 1966
Mar. 1 0 , 1 9 6 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mar. 17, 1966
Mar. 24, 1966
M a r . 3 1 , 1966
A p r . 28, 1906
M a y 5, 1966
M a y l O , 1966
.
M a y 26, 1966
J u n e 2 , 1966
J u n e 16, 1966
J u n e 2 2 , 1966
J u n e 23, 1966
J u n e 3 0 , 1966
J u l y 7, 1966
J u l y 21, 1966
J u l y 28, 1966
J u l v 31, 1966
A u g . 4, 1966
A u g . 11, 1P66..
A u g . 25, 1966
A u g . 3 1 , 1966
Sept. 8, 1966
Sept. 15, 1966
Sept. 22, 1966
Sept. 30, 1966
Oct. 6, 1966
Oct. 13, 1966
Oct. 20, 1966
Oct. 27, 1966
Oct. 31, 1966
N o v . 3 , 1966
N o v . 10, 1966
N o v . 17, 1966
N o v . 25, 1966
N o v . 30, 1966
D e c . 1, 1 9 6 6 . . .
D e c . 8, 1966
D e c 15, 1966
D e c 22, 1966
De
FRASERc . 29, 1966

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$2,000.00
25,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
9,000.00
36,000.00
25,000.00
11,000.00
50,000.00
25,000.00
2,000.00
99,000.00
11,000.00
10,000.00
23,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
26,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
78,000.00
56,000.00
20,000.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
25,000.00
32,000.00
50,000.00
29,000.00
76,000.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
29,000.00
35,000.00
50,000.00
18,000.00
6,000.00
2,000.00

$2,000.00
.........

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$25,000.00

30,000.00
9,000.00
35,000.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
99,000.00
10,000.00
23,000.00
10,000.00
1,000.00
25,000.00

.-..

2,000.00
39,000.00
14,000.00
20,000.00
26,000.00
11,000.00
10,000.00
12,000.00
25,000.00
26,000.00
76,000.00
3,000.00
15,000.00
23,000.00
35,000.00
10,000.00
6,000.00
2,000.00

10,000.00
.
1,000.00
11,000.00
50,000.00
..
2,000.00
..
11,000.00
..
..
..
..
10,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
39,000.00
42,000.00
29,000.00
15,000.00
20,000.00
25,000.00
3,000.00
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6,000.00
50,000.00
8,000.00

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Jan. 5, 1967
Jan. 12,1967
Jan. 19,1967
Jan. 26, 1967
Jan. 31, 1967
Feb. 2, 1967
Feb. 9, 1967
Feb. 16, 1967
Feb. 23, 1967
Feb. 28, 1967
Mar. 2, 1967
Mar. 9, 1967
Mar. 16, 1967
Mar. 22, 1967
Mar, 23, 1967
Mar. 30, 1967
Mar. 31, 1967
Apr. 6, 1967
Apr. 13,1967
Apr. 20, 1967

Apr.21,1967
Apr. 27, 1967
Apr. 30, 1967
May 4, 1967
May 11, 1967
May 18, 1967
May25,1967
May 31, 1967
June 1,1967
June8, 1967
Junel5,1957
June 22,1967
June 22, 1967
June 29, 1967
June30, 1967
July 6, 1967
July 13, 1967
July 20, 1967
July 27, 1967
July 31, 1967
Aug. 10, 1967
Aug. 31, 1967
Sept. 14, 1967
Sept. 21, 1967
Sept. 28, 1967
Sept.30, 1967
Oct. 5, 1967
Oct. 13, 1967
Oct. 19, 1967--

Oct. 26, 1967

Footnotes at end of table.




20,000.00
3,000.00
222,000.00

.....

83,000.00
672,000.00
161,000.00
174,000.00
131,000.00
32,000.00
149,000.00
139,000.00
159,000.00
162,000.00
129,000.00
54,000.00
362,000.00
493,000.00
1,356,000.00
679,000.00
182,000.00
286,000.00

1,298,000.00
262,000.00
855,000.00
619,000.00
347,000.00
1,181,000.00
623,000.00
864,000.00
696,000.00
2,029,000.00
1,494,000.00
1,390,000.00
39,001,000.00
5,779,000.00
19,623,000.00

19,000.00
3,000.00
22,000.00
80,000.00
623,000.00
125,000.00
166,000.00
131,000.00
30,000.00
128,000.00
90,000.00
159,000.00
162,000.00
129,000.00
54,000.00
308,000.00
412,000.00
363,000.00
671,000.00
180,000.00
221,000.00

$21,000.00
33,000.00
7,000.00
24,000.00
130,000.00
63,000.00
125,000.00
16,000.00
6,000.00
55,000.00
87,000.00
5,000.00
16,000.00
110,000.00

1,552,000.00

1,277,000.00
198,000.00
752,000.00
679,000.00
346,000.00
1,170,000.00
611,000.00
864,000.00
596,000.00
2,017,000.00
1,369,000.00
1,390,000.00
38,971,000.00
5,779,000.00
18,973,000.00

1,000.00
200,000.00
3,000.00
49,000.00
26,000.00
8,000.00
2,000.00
21,000.00
49,000.00
•
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64,000.00
81,000.00
1,003,000.00
8,000.00
2,000.00
65,000.00

21,000.00
54,000.00
103,000.00
40,000.00
1,000.00
11,000.00
12,000.00
12,000.00
126,000.00
30,000.00
550,000.00
21,000.00
33,000.00
7,000.00
24,000.00
130,000.00

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126,000.00
15,000.00
5,000.00
56,000.00
87,000.00
5,000.00
15,000.00
110,000.00

1,552,000.00

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Outstanding
June 30, 1967

Issues

Issues during year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

CJl

Redemptions
during year

Outstanding
June 30, 19681

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED-Continued
Treasmy bUls, maturity date—Continued
Oct. 31, 1967
Nov. 9, 1967
.
Nov.16,1967:....-----....-.-.-.._-.
Nov.24, 1967
Nov. 30, 1967
Dec 7, 1967
Dec
Dec
Dec.
Dec
Jan.

14, 1967
21, 1967
28, 1967
31, 1967
4, 1968

...---..

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-

-

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Jan. 11, 1968
Jan. 18, 1968
Jan. 25, 1968
Jan. 31, 1968
Feb. 1, 1968
Feb.8, 1968
Feb. 15, 1968
Feb. 23, 1968
Feb. 29, 1968

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3,000.00
.........
io;ooo:oo . - - . - - . - - . - . - . . . : .
40,000.00
107,000.00
70,000.00

$135,000.00
3,000.00
10,000:00
40,000.00
107,000.00
70,000.00
25,000.00
50,000.00
23,000.00
115,000.00
209,000.00

48,000.00
54,000.00
242,000.00
148,000.00
4,000.00
76,000.00
189,000.00
17,000.00
217,000.00

48,000.00
64,000.00
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67,000.00
23,000.00

67,000.00
23,000.00

Mar. 21, 1968
Mar. 28, 1968
Apr. 4, 1968
Apr. 11, 1968
Apr. 18, 1968

199,000.00
45,000.00
112,000.00
310,000.00
315,000.00

199,000.00
45,000.00
112,000.00
310,000.00
315,000.00

5,455,000.00
60,000.00
987,000.00
312,000.00
384,000.00
285;000.00
268,000.00
3,219,000.00
834,000.00
1,197,000.00
1,853,000.00
7,157,000.00
22,365,000.00

6,455,000.00
60,000.00
987,000.00
312,000.00
384,000.00
2851000.00
268,000.00
3,219,000.00
834,000.00
1,197,000.00
1,853,000.00
7,157,000.00
22,365,000.00

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25,000.00
60,000.00
23,000.00
115,000.00
209,000.00

Mar. 7, 1968
Mar. 14, 1968

A p r . 22, 1968
A p r . 25, 1968
A p r . 30, 1968
M a y 2, 1968
M a y 9, 1968
M a y 16, 1968...
M a y 2 3 , 1968
M a y 31, 1968
J u n e 6, 1968
J u n e 13, 1968
J u n e 20, 1968
J u n e 24, 1968
J u n e 27, 1968

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62,945,000.00

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IssuedDec 16, 1921
Issued Sept. 30, 1922
IssuedDec 1, 1923

7,900.00

7,930.00
375. 00
975. 00

45, 275. 00
15,225.00

Total Treasury savings certificates

44, 900. 00
14, 250. 00

1,350. 00

67, 050. 00

161, 217,130. 95

237,586,929.31

17,971,751.05

4,028,500.86
58,280,140.06

354,756.04
260,424.45

883.05
2,689.88

353,872.99
257,734.57

3,328,000,000.00

1,119,000,000.00

2,209,000,000.00

68,400.00

Total matured debt on which interest has ceased

120.505,025.00

278,299,035.26

DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company tax and loss bonds
U.S. savings stamps
Excess profits tax refund bonds:
Fhst Series
Second Series
Special notes of the United States:
International Monetary Fund, various issue dates.
Special bonds of the United States:
U.N. Special Fund Series
U.S. notes..
Old demand notes
National and Federal Reserve bank notes
Fractional currency
Old series cmrency
:
SUver certificates.
Thrift and Treasury savings stamps

57,119,235.61

5,000,000.00
166,499,585.07
62,917.50
82,149,159.50
1,965,138.14 .
5,358,219.00
3,698,977.00

$4,028,500.86
19,132,655.50

5,000,000.00

156,039,430.93

238,433,974.00

544.25

322,539,016.00
52,917.50
79,748,723.00
1,965,129.84
5,180,870.50
238,433,974.00
3,698,432.75

1,144,553, 66L 63

2,923,539,312.07

282,472,420,653.34

347,533,331,468.10

2,400,436.50
8.30
177,348.50
..

Ui
[-3
2
13
ui
H^
^
h>
p
>
Hd

Total debt bearing no interest
Total gross public debt 8

:
.

-

'.

3,650,468,412.31
417,634,561.29....
=================================================^
326,181,246,727.85 303,824,505,293.59

»" Revised.
1 ReconcUiation by classes to the basis of the daUy Treasury statement is shown in
summary table 26.
2 Treasury bUls are shown at maturity value.
3 Settlement made subsequent to last day of month in which bills matured.
* Amounts issued and retired for Series E and J savings bonds and for savings notes
include accrued discount; amounts outstanding are stated at current redemption values.
Amounts issued, retired, and outstanding for Series H and K are stated at par value.
5 Excess of unclassified redemptions over unclassified sales




e Amounts issued, retired, and outstanding for retirement plan bonds are stated at
par with seiniannual interest added when due.
^ Consists of issues in which there have been no transactions since the fiscal year 1956,
for amount of each issue outstanding (unchanged shice June 30, 1956) see 1956 annual
report, page 435.
s includes public debt incurred to finance expenditures of whoUy owned Government
corporations and other business-type activities in exchange for which their securities
were issued to the Treasury (see table 103).

^
te)
"^
"O
H-4
^

Ol
CO

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debi
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968
[On basis of daily T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s , s u p p l e m e n t e d b y special s t a t e m e n t s b y t h e Bm-eau of t h e P u b l i c
D e b t on p u b l i c d e b t transactions]

Date

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

1967
Percent
J u l y 1 T r e a s u r y certiflcates, m a t u r i n g :
J u l y l , 1967
4.150
Oct. 1, 1967
3.462
3
J u l y 3, 1967
4.150
Oct. 3, 1967
3.462
3 Treasm-y notes, foreign currency series,
m a t u r i n g J a n . 3,1972
5.28
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
6
D a t e d J a m : 5 , 1967
14.383
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
J u l y 6, 1967, d u e Oct. 5, 1967.
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
J u l y 6, 1967, d u e J a n . 4, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h . . .
6
M a t u r i n g Oct. 5, 1967
4.279
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J a n .
5, 1967.
Issued for cash
6
M a t u r i n g J a n . 4, 1968
:
4.716
Issued in^ exchange for series d a t e d J a n .
5, 1967 J
Issued for cash
7 T r e a s u r y notes> foreign series, m a t u r i n g M a y
13,1968
.'
4.30
T r e a s u r y bills:
T a x anticipation:
11
M a t u r i n g Mar. 22, 1968
4.861
Issued for c a s h . - . .
11
M a t u r i n g A p r . 22, 1968
4.898
Issued for cash
Regular weekly:
13
D a t e d J a n . 12, 1967
* 4.280
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J u l y 13i 1967, d u e Oct. 13, 1967
Redeenied in exchange for series d a t e d
J u l y 13, 1967, d u e J a n . 11, 1968.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash.
13
M a t u r i n g Oct. 13, 1967
4.286
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J a n .
12,1967.
Issued for cash
13
M a t u r i n g J a n . 11, 1968
4.689
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J a n .
12, 1967
Issued for cash
19 T r e a s u r y certUicates, m a t u r i n g Sept. 30, 1967 3.462
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular w e e k l y :
20
D a t e d J a n . 19, 1967
M.244
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
J u l y 20, 1967, d u e Oct. 19, 1967
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
J u l y 20, 1967, d u e J a n . 18, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
20
M a t u r i n g Oct. 19, 1967
4.2
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d
44
J a n . 19, 1967
Issued for cash
20
M a t u r i n g J a n . 18, 1968
4.745
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 19,1967
Issued for cash
24 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Sept. 27, 1967
3.50
26
Sept. 27, 1967
3.50
Oct. 25, 1967
4.45
26
Sept. 27, 1967
3.50
Oct. 26, 1967
4.45
Oct. 26, 1967
4.46
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued 2

$2,777,072.26
$2,805,884.37 .
1, 419,000.00
'"i,'433,'722.'i3'
125,495,708.05 .

288,834,000.00
232,778,000. 00
1,780, 585, 000. 00

288,834,000.00
1,012,668,000.00
232,778,000.00 .
767,314,000.00 ,
97,724.19

2,003,379,000.00
2,000,967,000.00

164,119,000. 00
139,027,000.00
1, 998,365, 000.00
164,119,000.00
1,236,200,000.00
139,027,000.00
861,417,000.00
1, 496,858. 46

328, 403,000. 00
228, 607,000. 00
1,744, 401,000.00
328,403,000.00
1,072,490,000.00
228,607,000.00 .,
772,089,000.0 0.,
62,000, 000.00
28, 000,000. 00
150,000,000.00
13,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
10,000,000.00

.
.
.
.

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T.'VBLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest i

1967
July 26 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, matm-ing:
July26, 1967
July26, 1967
Oct. 26, 1967

27

27

27

27
28
31
31

31

31

31

31

31

Footnotes at end of table.
323-147—6-9

Percent
4.00
3.875
4.1875

Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated Jan. 26, 1967...
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
July 27, 1967, due Oct. 26, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
July 27, 1967, due Jan. 25, 1968
Redeemable for cash
Matm-ing Oct. 26, 1967.
Issued in exchange for series dated
Jan. 26, 1967.
Issued for cash
Maturing Jan. 26, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Jan. 26, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 27, 1967
Sept. 27, 1967
Sept. 27, 1967Oct. 30, 1967--Oct. 31, 1967
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing
May 13, 1968
Treasury bUls:
Regular monthly:
Dated July 31, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
July 31, 1967, due Apr. 30, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
July 31, 1967, due July 31, 1968
Redeemable for cash..
Maturing Apr. 30, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
July 31, 1967
Issued for cash
Maturing July 31, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
July 31, 1967
Issued for cash
Treasury certificates, maturing:
Juiy 31, 1967
July31, 1967
Aug. 31, 1967
Oct. 31, 1967
U.S. savings bonds:5
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945...
Series E-1946
Series E-1947.
Series E-1948
. Series E-1949
Series E-1950.
Series E-1961.
Series E-1952 (January to April)
Series E-1962 (May to D ecember)
Series E-1953Series E-1964
Series E-1955
.
Series E-1956
Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 (February to December)
Series E-1968.-.
Series E-1959 (January to May)
Series E-1959 (June to December)
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961
11




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$129, 734, 738. 79
23,173, 359. 91
$152,678,819.28

4 4.127
276, 466, 000. 00
254,134, 000. 00
1, 770, 200, 000. 00

4.424
276, 466,000. 00 .
1,124,212,000.00

5.044
254,134,000.00
746,159,000.00 ,

4.45
3.50
3.50
4.45
4.45

20,000,000.00 .
60,000,000. 00 .
17,000,000.00 .
75,000,000.00 .
10,000,000.00 .

4.30

264,855. 79

* 6.166
60, 210, 000. 00
240, 672, 000. 00
1,194,332, 000. 00

5.164
60,210,000.00 .
440,063,000.00 .

5.150
—
3.715
3.10
3.09
4.423
e 3.297
6 3.340
63.377
63.409
63.433
6 3.468
63.497
63.528
63.464
63.433
63.435
3.520
6 3.575
6 3.608
63.557
63.702
63.745
3.780
« 3.915
6 3.959
3.990
6 3.315
6 3.859
63.904

240, 672,000.00 .
759,879,000.00 .
1,088,874. 47
32, 697, 495. 65
32,779,056.25 ...
1,098,987.39
544, 666.71
4,277, 962.22
4, 612,741.34
8,901,493.84
4, 691,841. 90
4,046, 983.62
5, 367, 636. 97
5,871, 434. 50
5,829.005. 41
5,346,334.70
4,121,131.30
2, 287, 496. 58
3,307, 673. 41
3, 797, 610. 44
3, 997,616.13
4,366,776. 58
4,980,025.73
5,294,019.30
6,079, 321.88
4,369, 962.26
1,751, 982.76
7,932,089.84
8,335,216.82

1,876, 974. 67
7,406,356.89
11,659, 250. 39
14,383, 654. 43
13,277,685. 57
7, 278, 291. 59
8, 762,401.31
7, 941, 407.04
8,224,190. 22
7, 628,735.20
6, 930,821.12
2,300, 469.81
5,209,227.86
9,672, 442.06
10,615,720. 69
12,620,478.01
14,536, 624. 48
1, 452,667.39
16,332,320.56
15,715,729.75
4,956, 998. 43
6, 611,880.00
10,203,094.27
12,302,533.47

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1967
July 31 U.S. savings bondss—Continued
Series E-1962
SeriesE-1963
Series E-1964--Series E-1965 (January to Noveniber)
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966...
Series E-1967.-Unclassifled sales and redemptions
SeriesH-1952.
Series H-1953
SeriesH-1954
SeriesH-1955
Series H-1956
Series H-1967 (January) _
Series H-1957 (February to December) - - Series H-1958
Series H-1959 (January to May).
Series H-1959 (June to'December)
Series H-1960-SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962--.
Series H-1963
SeriesH-1964
Series H-1965 (January to November)
Series H-1965 (December)
SeriesH-1966
SeriesH-1967
Unclassified sales and redemptions
SeriesJ-1955
Series J-1956
SeriesJ-1957Unclassified redemptions
SeriesK-1955
Series K-1956
Series K-1967
Unclassified redemptions
Certificates of indebtedness. Series A-1967
Adjustments of redemptions s
Treasmy notes, Series A-1967
Adjustmentsi of redemptions 8
Treasmy notes. Series C-1968
Adjustments of issues 8
Treasmy notes. Series B-1972
Adjustments of issues 8
31 U.S. savings notes:
Series S-1967.
Unclassified
31 U.S. rethement plan bonds.
31 Depositary bonds, Fhst Series.
31 Treasmy bonds, REA Series
31 Treasmy bonds. Investment Series B-1976-80.
Redeemed in; exchange for 1}4% Treasmy
notes. Series EA-1972
31 Treasmy notes. Series EA-1972
31 Miscellaneous
Total July.
Aug. 1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign cmrency
series, matming Aug 1, 1967
'.
1 Treasmy notes, foreign cmrency series, matming Feb. 3,1969L-Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
;
Sept. 27,1967..
Sept. 27,1967.
Sept. 27,1967.
Sept. 27,1967.
Nov.2,1967
Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest 1

Percent
6 3.955
6 4.008
6 4.059
6 4.106
4.160
4.160
4.150
8 3.485
6 3.519
6 3.566
6 3.610
6 3.659
3.700
6 3. 671
6 3.762
3.830
6 3. 874
6 3. 901
6 3. 943
6 3. 982
6 4. 023
6 4. 072
6 4.110
4.150
4.150
4.150
2.76
2.76
2.76

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$11, 403, 413.13
10,372,824.21
9,068,088.74
9,060,864.77
772.41
11, 497,862. 78
419,366,001.81
v-33,738,667.06

54, 000. 00
36, 959, 500. 00
8, 596, 000. 00
118, 468. 00
287,153. 60
95, 516. 40

2.76
2.76
2.76

6^

4J4

$11, 747,377.76
16, 544,898. 95
18, 733.066.24
23, 337,778.76
3, 084,857.65
73, 168,369.11
107, 649.056.25
'-52, 319, 904. 96
259, 500.00
1, 008,500.00
1, 760,000.00
2, 978,000. 00
2, 176,000. 00
184,000.00
4, 054,000.00
2, 567,000.00
566, 500. 00
1, 621, 000. 00
2, 959, 500. 00
3, 204, 500. 00
2, 736, 000. 00
2, 086, 500. 00
1, 764, 500. 00
1, 319, 500. 00
369, 500. 00
008, 000. 00
58, 500. 00
232, 600. 00
069, 911. 60
364, 628.40
30, 607. 20
585, 595.10
172, 500. 00
934, 000. 00
82, 000. 00
468, 000. 00
-794, 000. 00
1, 339, 000. 00

42, 000. 00 .

""'526,"000."60";
4.74

3.86
2.00
2.00
2^

516,949. 76 .
4, 237, 066. 00
167, 056. 90
946, 000. 00
225, 000. 00

11, 612, 000. 00

1,255. 50
63, 611. 25
560, 000. 00
515, 000. 00
11, 612, 000. 00
"23,'74i,"500.'6o

16, 297,892, 963.15
6.20
4.94
3.50
3.60
3.50
3.60
4.20

11, 505, 005,152. 32
60,115, 265.11

49, 958, 784. 00 .

10, 000, 000. 00 .
13, 600,000. 00 .

10, 000, 000. 00
13, 000, 000. 00
36, 000, 000. 00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

Percent
1967
3.09
A u g . 2 T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g A u g . 31,1967.T r e a s m y biUs:
Regular w e e k l y :
3
D a t e d F e b . 2,1967.
4 4.070
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
A u g . 3, 1967, d u e N o v . 2, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 3, 1967, d u e F e b . 1, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
3
M a t u r i n g N o v . 2, 1967
4.181
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d F e b .
2, 1967
Issued for cash
3
M a t m i n g F e b . 1, 1968
4.639
I s s u e d In exchange for series d a t e d F e b .
2, 1967
Issued for cash
3 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
matming:
Sept. 27, 1967
3.50
Sept. 27, 1967
3.50
4
Sept. 27, 1967
3.60
Sept. 27, 1967
3.50
S e p t . 2 9 , 1967
3.50
7
Sept. 29, 19673.50
Oct. 25, 1967
4.45
N o v . 8, 1967
4.20
Oct. 25, 1 9 6 7 . . .
4.45
N o v . 8, 1967
4.20
Oct. 25, 1967
-4.45
Oct. 25, 1967
4.45
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
10
D a t e d F e b . 9, 1967.
M . 042
"Redeemed in exchange for series issued
A u g . 10, 1967, d u e N o v . 9, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 10, 1967, d u e F e b . 8, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
10
M a t u r i n g N o v . 9, 1967
4.173
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d F e b .
9, 1967
Issued for c a s h . . .
10
M a t m i n g F e b . 8, 1968
4. 757
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d F e b .
9, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 25, 1967
4.45
Oct. 30, 1967.
4.45
N o v . 14, 1967
4.1875
Oct. 30, 1967
4.45
Certificate of i n d e b t e d n e s s , Series A-1967
534
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 634% T r e a s u r y
notes. Series D-1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
—
T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1967
3%
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 5 ^ % T r e a s u r y
notes. Series D-1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, Series E-1967
i%
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 5 ^ % T r e a s u r y
notes. Series D-1968.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, Series D-1968
534
Issued in exchange for:
534% certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , Series
A-1967
3 ^ % T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1967
4 ] ^ % T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1967
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
M a y 13,1968
4.30
M a y 13,1968.4.30
F o o t n o t e s at e n d of t a b l e .




Aniount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued 2

$16, 997, 273. 47

405, 803, 000. 00
201,779,000.00
1, 696, 470, 000. 00
$406,803,000.00
999,161,000.00
201,779,000.00 .
798, 578, 000. 00 26,
15,
2,
10,
6,
120,
61,

000.
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,

000,
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

11, 500, 000. 00 .
26, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00 ,

"5," 000,'555." 00
66, 000, 000. 00

148, 700, 000. 00
162, 368, 000. 00
1, 990, 062, 000. 00
:
148,700,000.00 .
1,251,551,000.00 ,
162,368,000.00
838,124,000.00
2, 000, 000. 00
64, 000, 000. 00
50,000,000.00 .
42, 000, 000. 00
4, 620, 751, 000. 00
990, 398, 000. 00
420, 238, 000. 00
1, 672, 524, 000. 00
1, 321, 880, 000. 00
582, 361, 000. 00
---•
4,620,751,000.00
420,238,000. 00
1,321,880,000.00
3,550,309,000.00

,
,
.
.
1, 078, 329. 36
329, 704.82

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

Percent
1967
Aug. 17 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 26, 19674.46
Oct. 30, 1967
4.46
Treasury bUls:
Regular weekly:
Dated Feb. 16,1967
4 4.043
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Aug. 17,1967, due Nov. 16, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Aug. 17, 1967, due Feb. 15, 1968
Issued for cash
Maturing Nov. 16, 1967
4.194
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 16, 1967
Issued for cash
Maturing Feb. 15, 1968
4. 791
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 16, 1967
Issued for cash
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing
May 13, 1968
4.30
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 25, 1967
4.46
Oct. 25, 1967.
4.45
21
Oct. 25, 1967
4.46
Oct. 30, 1967
4.45
Oct. 30, 1967.
4.45
Nov. 24, 1967.
4.35
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing Aug. 23, 1967
6.60
Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Feb. 24, 1969
5.03
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
24
Dated Feb. 23, 1967
44.015
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Aug. 24, 1967, due Nov. 24, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Aug. 24, 1967, due Feb. 23, 1968...
Redeemable for cash
Maturing Nov. 24, 1967....
4.334
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 23, 1967..
Issued for cash
Maturing Feb. 23, 1968
4.922
24
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 23, 1967.
Issued for cash
24 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 30, 1967
4.45
Oct. 30, 1967--4.45
Oct. 30, 1967..
4.46
Nov. 14, 1967-—
4.1875
Nov. 14, 1967
4.1875
Nov. 22, 19674.35
Nov. 22, 1967
4.35
Nov. 28, 1967
4.60
Nov. 14, 1967...
4.1875
Treasury notes, Series C-1971
5%
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 30, 1967...
Nov. 22, 1967
Nov. 28, 1967.
Nov. 30, 1967

31

Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated Aug. 31, 1966
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Aug. 31, 1967, due Nov. 30, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Aug. 31, 1967, due Feb. 29, 1968
Redeemable for cash

Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest i

4.45
4.36
4.50
4.50

$4,000,000.00 ,
22,000,000.00 .

$239,988,000.00
163, 860,000.00
1,898,141, 000. 00

.,
$239,988,000.00
1,169, 777, 000. 00
,
163,850,000.00 .
836,719,000.00 .

168,435.93
6,000,000.00 ,

6,000,000.00
4, 000, 000. 00
21, 000, 000. 00
8, 000, 000. 00

10,000,000.00 .
25,187, 940. 79
25,172,333.67

309, 768,000.00
180,212,000.00
1,810,108,000.00
309,768,000.00
1,091,888,000.00
180,212,000.00 .
821,282,000.00 .

3,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
28,000,000.00
60,000,000.00

.
.
.
.

8,000,000. 00

..,
2,607,212,000.00
13,000,000.00
17,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
50, 000,000.00

3, 000, 000.00
42, 000,000.00
1,000, 000.00
3, 000,000. 00

.
,
.
.

43.938
309,318,000.00
131,882,000.00
1,863,675,000.00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

1967
Aug.31

31

31

31

31

31
31

Securities

T r e a s u r y biUs—Continued
Regular w e e k l y — C o n t i n u e d
M a t u r i n g N o v . 30, 1967...
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 31, 1966
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g F e b . 29, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 31, 1966.
Issued for cash
Regular m o n t h l y :
D a t e d A u g . 31, 1966
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
A u g . 3 1 , 1967, d u e M a y 31, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 3 1 , 1967, d u e A u g . 31, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g M a y 31, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d A u g .
31,1966
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g A u g . 31, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d A u g .
31,1966
Issued for cash
.
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
A u g . 31, 1967
Sept. 30, 1967
U . S . savings b o n d s : ^
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to December)
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
Series E-1956
Series E-1956
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1957 ( F e b m a r y to D e c e m b e r ) . . . .
Series E-1958
Series E -1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to December)
SeriesE-1960
.....
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
Series E-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesH-1952
Series H-1953
Series H-1954
SeriesH-1955
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) . . .
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a i y to May)
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D ecem ber)
Series H-1960
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1963
SeriesH-1964
Series H-1966 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series H-1965 (December)
Series H-1966
-

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Rate
of
interest i

A m o u n t issued ^

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to n i a t u r i t y 3

Percent
4.492
$309,318,000.00
1,091,125,000.00
4.994
131,882,000.00 .
869,559,000.00 .
45.747
$150, 711,000. 00
225, 526,000. 00
1,124, 531,000. 00
5.097
150, 711, 000. 00 .
349,975,000. 00
5.100
225,526,000.00 .
774,810,000.00 .
3. 09
3.41
63.297
63.340
63.377
6 3.409
63.433
63.468
63.497
63.528
63.404
63.433
63.435
3. 520
6 3. 575
6 3.608
63.657
63.702
63.740
3.780
63.915
63.959
3.990
6 3.815
63.859
63.904
63.955
64.008
64.059
6 4.106
4.150
4.150
4.150
_
63.435
63.519
6 3. 566
63.010
63.659
3.700
6 3.671
63.762
3.830
6 3.374
63.901
63.943
63.932
« 4. 023
6 4.072
64. n o
4.150
4.150

15,821,021.86

--

363, 536. 43
2,619,841. 31
3, 582,649. 54
6, 559,116. 05
3,357,365.79
3,121, 560.11
3,801,495.96
4,311,757. 06
4,381,584.99
3,896,625.89
3,238,720. 20
1,687,989. 75
4,172,090.14
4,629,071. 64
4,993,791.96
5,312,404. 57
5,727,956.16
-7.62
5, 098,356. 27
5,868,038. 46
3,336,465. 24
1,599,733. 02
6,461,831.74
6,601,252. 32
6,277,198. 57
7,787, 564.13
7,142,008.79
7,225,344. 69
-121,807.93
8,823,905.10
319,238,510. 67
50,288 831 18

1,358,017. 67
5,767,992. 67
8,901,778.17
11,613,108. 67
10,644,308. 78
5,917,353.63
7,189,717. 08
6,413, 514. 38
6,906,513.31
6,134,062.35
5,647,321. 42
1,811,453. 66
4,271, 506. 29
7,801,696.18
8,375,088. 80
10,039,607.12
11,318,429.26
1,073,828. 64
12,604,212.95
12,252,629. 84
3,870,314. 07
5, 583,292. 65
8, 391,088. 61
9,547,292.93
9,397, 665. 59
13,120,814. 42
14,652,478. 62
18,106,493. 33
2, 509,135.87
52, 584,785. 76
89,479,721.97
59,287, 559. 58
327, 500. 00
1,057,000. 00
1,994,000. 00
2,935,000. 00
2,527, 500. 00
294,000. 00
3,876, 500. 00
2,925,000. 00
1,377,000. 00
1,029, 500. 00
4,077, 500. 00
3,818,000. 00
3,231,500. 00
2,817,600. 00
2, 590,000. 00
1,677, 500. 00
124, 500. 00
2,004,500. 00

7, 500. 00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1967-June 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

Rate
of
interest i

1967
Percent
A u g . 31 U . S . savings bonds3—Continued
SeriesH-1967
4.160
. .J
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s . .
"y
SeriesJ-1955.
2.76
"^
Series J-1966
2.76
il
Series J-1967
2.76
m
Unclassifled r e d e m p t i o n s
li
Series K-1965L
2.76
:?i^ Series K-1956L
2.76
m
Series K-1957
2.76
P
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
31 U . S . savings notes:
Series S-1967.
4.74
Unclassified..
31 | U . S . r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s
3.85
31 D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F h s t Series
2.00
31 • T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
'•
2. 00
31;2^Treasury b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B -1975-80- 2 ^
^ ^ R e d e e m e d in exchange for 13^% T r e a s u r y
'^W^- n o t e s . Series EA-1972
31 T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series EA-1972
VA
31 Miscellaneous
.

$37,956,500.00
5,696,000.00
102,515.20
275,774.40
74,060.80

1 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, matm-ing Oct.
1,1968
4.99
1 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, m a t u r ing Mar. 3,1969
6.09
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign currency
series, m a t u r i n g Sept. 1,1967
6.75
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 30,1967.
4.45
Oct. 30,1967
4.45
Oct. 30,19674.45
N o v . 14, 19674.1875
N o v . 14,1967.
4.1875
N o v . 22, 1967.
4.35
N o v . 22,19674.35
D e c 6,1967
4.35
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g M a y
13, 1968
4.30
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
'
4.35
N o v . 22, 1967.
D e c 6, 1967..
- . . 4.36
N o v . 22, 19674.36
N o v . 22, 19674.35
4.50
N o v . 28, 1967L
T r e a s u r y bUls:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d M a r . 9, 1967
4 3.800
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
Sept. 7, 1967, d u e D e c 7,1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
Sept. 7, 1967, d u e M a r . 7, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g Dec. 7, 1967
4.324
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d M a r .
9, 1967.-i
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g M a r . 7, 1968
4.765
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d M a r .
9,1967...
Issued for c a s h . .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
4.50
N o v . 28, 1967L
11
4.50
N o v . 28, 1967..
12
4.50
N o v . 28, 1967.
4.60
N o v . 28, 1967
13
4.50
N o v . 28, 1967.
14
•4.50
N o v . 28, 1967.
4.50
N o v . 30, 1967.
4.40
D e c 14, 1967.

Footnotes at e n d of table.




$779,000.00
457,600. 00
7,415,997. 80
622,986. 20
128,483. 80
^ - 8 2 7 , 606. 70
14, 420, 500. 00
1, 567,000. 00
213, 500. 00
7 -3,588,000.00

1,666,210.50
7,028,164.60
148,914.88
675,000. 00
360,000.00

324. 00
5, 689. 00
65, 741. 01
300,000. 00
60,000. 00
6, 541,000. 00

6,541,000.00.
"30,'357,"500."00

TotalAugust
Sept.

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued 2

26,980,711,561.'

23,804, 469, 031. 63

200,000,000.00 .
49,992,501.12 .
60,142,907. 29

_.
-

__

59,000,000.00 .
13,000,000. 00
59, 000,000. 00
39,000,000. 00
3,000,000. 00
12,000,000.00
5,000,000. 00

10,000,000. 00 .
..

780. 38

..

5,000,000. 00

15,000, 000. 00

'i7,'000,'000." 55
1, 000, 000. 00
9,000,000. 00

189,062,000. 00
133,128, 000. 00
1,978, 319,000. 00

189,062,000.00
1,211,849,000.00
133,128,000. 00 .
868,080,000.00 .
15, 000,000. 00
16, 000,000. 00
20,000,000.00
2,000,000. 00
36, 000, 000. 00
2,000,000. 00
8,000,000. 00
10,000,000.00 .

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1967

T r e a s m y biUs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d M a r . 16, 1967
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
Sept. 14,1967, d u e D e c 14, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
S e p t . 14, 1967, d u e M a r . 14,1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g D e c 14, 1967
I s s u e d in exchange for series d a t e d M a r .
16, 1967
I s s u e d for cash
M a t u r i n g M a r . 14, 1968
I s s u e d i n exchange for series d a t e d M a r .
16, 1967..
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 22, 1967
N o v . 28, 1967
N o v . 30, 1967
N o v . 22, 1967
N o v . 22, 1967
D e c 19, 1967
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Mar. 23, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
Sept. 21, 1967, d u e D e c 21, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
Sept. 21, 1967, d u e Mar. 21, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h .
M a t u r i n g D e c 21, 1 9 6 7 . . . .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 23, 1967
Issued for c a s h .
M a t u r i n g Mar. 21, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 23, 1967
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
M a y 13, 1968
Certiflcates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 22, 1967
N o v . 22, 1967
N o v . 22, 1967
:
N o v . 28, 1967
T r e a s u r y bUls:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Mar. 30, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
Sept. 28, 1967, d u e D e c 28, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
S e p t . 28, 1967, d u e Mar. 28, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g D e c 28, 1 9 6 7 . . . .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 30, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g Mar. 28, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 30, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
m a t u r i n g N o v . 28, 1967...
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
Sept. 30, 1967
Sept. 30, 1967
Oct. 31, 1967
D e c 31, 1967
U . S . savings b o n d s : s
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1946

S e p t . 14

14

14

15

18
19

21

21

21

25
26
27
28

28

28

28

29
30

30

F o o t n o t e s a t end of t a b l e .




Rate
of
interest i

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent
43.336
$280, 004,000. 00
204, 678,000.00
1, 816,977,000. 00
4.358

,

4.952

$280,004,000.00
1,120,497,000.00
....,
204,578,000.00 .
795,949,000.00 .

4.35
4.60
4.60
4.35
4.35
4.50

38,000,000.00 .
100,000,000 00 .
8,000,000.00 .
13,000,000.00
8,000,000.00
100,000,000.00 ,

4 3. 76I
347,244,000. 00
235,469,000.00
1, 717,436, 000.00
4.489
347,244,000.00
1,052,721,000.00
4.998
235,469,000.00 .
764,780,000.00 .
4.30

628,236.86

4.35
4.36
4.35
4.50

7,000,000.00
8,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
32,000,000.00

43.723
385,032,000.00
243,132,000.00
1, 672,444,000.00
4.628

.,

5.143

38.5,032,000.00
1,016,122,000.00
,
243,132, 000.00
757,139,000.00

.
4.60

6, 000,000.00

3.41
3.462
3.38
4.629

15,821,021.86
6, 651, 681. 67

63.297
63.340
63.377
63.409
63.433

15,863,031.86
6,709,251.97 ,
368, 219. 64
2,813, 563. 29
8, 506, 904. 68
3,144, 627. 23
3,105, 063.11

2,178, 251. 41
9,178,870. 67
14,373,216. 29
18,545,486. 00
16, 644, Oil. 57

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TREASURY

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Rate
of
interest i

Securities

1967
Percent
Sept. 30 U . S . savings b o n d s s—Continued
6 3.468
Series E-1946
6 3. 497
Series E - 1 9 4 7 . - .
6 3. 528
Series E - 1 9 4 8 . . . .
6 3. 464
Series E-1949
6 3. 433
Series E-19.50
6 3. 485
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y t o A p r i l ) . . . .
3.520
Series E-1952 (May t o December)
6 3. 575
Series E-1953
6 3. 608
Series E-1954
6 3. 657
Series E-1955
6 3. 702
Series E-1956
6 3. 746
3.780
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e n i b e r ) . . . 6 3. 915
Series E-1958
6 3. 959
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
3.990
Series E-19.59 ( J u n e t o Deceniber)
6 3.815
SeriesE-1960.
6 3. 859
Series E-1961
6 3. 904
Series E-1962
6 3. 955
SeriesE-1963.
6 4. 008
Series E-1964..
6 4. 059
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
6 4.106
Series E-1965 (December)
4.150
Series E-1966
4.150
Series E-1967.
4.150
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
.
Series H-1952
""6'3."485'"
Series H-1953
6 3. 519
Series H-19.54.
6 3. 566
Series H - 1 9 5 5 . .
6 3. 610
Series H-1956
6 3. 659
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
3.700
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o December)
6 3. 671
Series H-1958
6 3. 762
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
3. 830
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to December)
6 3. 874
Series H-1960
6 3. 901
SeriesH-1961.
8 3. 943
SeriesH-1962......
6 3. 982
Series H - 1 9 6 3 . .
6 4. 023
SeriesH-1964
6 4. 072
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e n i b e r ) . . .
4.110
Series H-1965 (December)
.
4.150
4.150
Serie s H - l 966
SeriesH-1967.
4.150
Unc\assified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesJ-1955...
2.76
Series .T-1956...
2.76
2.76
Series J-1957..L
. .
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
'"2." 76""
Series K-1955
2.76
Series K-1956
2.76
Series K - 1 9 5 7 . .
Unclassifled r e d e m p t i o n s
'"hH""
30 T r e a s u r y notes. Series D-1968
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues *
30 T r e a s u r y notes. Series C-1971
""Wk"'
A d i u s t m e n t s of issues s
30 U . S . savines notes:
Series S-1967
4.74
Unclassifled...
""3."86""
30 U . S . r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s
2.00
30 D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series.
2.00
.30 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
2M
30 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , I n v e s t n i e n t Series B-1975-80
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 1 H % T r e a s u r y
notes, Series EA-1972
30 T i e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1972
30 Miscellaneous.. .

""\y"

Total September

Footnotes at end of table.




.

. .

A m o u n t issued 2

$2, 915, 566.36
3, 749, 604.18
3, 947, 793. 05
4,141,130. 30
3, 740,495. 98
3,146,699. 22
1, 575,902.32
1,874, 902. 63
5,179,235. 06
5, 504,245.27
5,890, 706. 07
6, 266,246.43
3, 004, 957. 78
5,177, 715. 75
6, 025,804. 47
3,096,176. 99
4, 658,340.89
6,285, 717. 94
6, 533, 523.18
6,360, 078. 79
7, 578,197.16
6,878,946. 91
7,383,419.11
305. 78
9,195, 092. 90
571,251,289. 59
7-240,019,382.04

2;500'00'
35,320, 500.00
1,257, 500. 00
120, 954. 80
212, 975. 60
64,173. 20

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to n i a t u r i t y 3

$9,501,367. 64
11,481,319. 03
10,464,806. 03
11,036,288.41
10,498, 734. 94
8, 771,370.85
3,148, 716.25
6, 797,978. 53
11,977, 057. 28
13,386,487. 98
16,147, 949. 26
17, 669,377. 60
1, 793,399.34
19,839,212.64
19,325,065. 28
6,200, 047.67
9,368, 037.24
13,665,148.19
14, 926,319. 62
14,693,466.37
20,431, 578. 96
22,941, 093. 08
27, 792,365. 76
3, 553,439. 78
72,935, 590.12
165,485,254. 86
7-196,368,284.36
403,000. 00
952, 500. 00
2, 078,500. 00
2,253, 000. 00
2,120, 600. 00
48, 600. 00
3, 094, 000. 00
2,493,000. 00
1, 077, 500. 00
969, 000. 00
3,232, 500. 00
2,904, 000. 00
2, 594,500. 00
2,113,000. 00
2, 074, 000. 00
1,372, 000. 00
71, 500. 00
1,813,000.00
479, 000. 00
8,135, 500. 00
3, 697, 073. 60
1, 049,416.40
120.325. 60
1,278, 680. 65
8,518,600. 00
1,141,000.00
347, 500.00
4,658,000.00

20,000.00
1,344,000.00
9,236,093.50
2,487,792.50
140,578.48
75,000.00
83,000.00

2,"2i7,'5o5.'55"
10, 729,212, 732.05

4,566.26
3,067.76
30,101.77
563,000.00
125,000.00
2,217,000. 00
26, 761, 600.00
10,121,945,864.37

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debi
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

1967
Percent
Oct. 1 Treasmynotes, Series EO-1967..
IH
Redeemable for cash.
1 Treasury certiflcates, maturing:
Oct. 1, 1967...
3.462
Jan. 1, 1968
4.629
Treasury biUs:
Regular monthly:
29
Dated Sept. 30, 1966
45.490
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Sept. 30, 1967, due June 30, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Sept. 30, 1967, due Sept. 30, 1968
Redeemable for cash
2
Maturing June 30, 1968
5.144
Issued in exchange for series dated
Sept. 30, 1966
Issued for cash
2
Maturing Sept. 30, 1968..
5.124
Issued in exchange for series dated
Sept. 30, 1966..
Issued for cash.-.
2 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Apr. 3, 1972
5.38
2 Certiflcates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 28, 1967....
4.50
3
Nov. 28, 1967....
4.50
Jan. 3, 1968
4.56
3 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturhig Oct. 3, 1967
5,60
3 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Apr. 1,1969
6.60
Treasury certificates, maturing:
Oct. 3, 1967
3. 462
Jan. 3, 1968
4. 514
Treasury bUls:
Regular weekly:
6
Dated Apr. 6,1967
44.157
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Oct. 6,1967, due Jan. 4,1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Oct. 5, 1967, due Apr. 4, 1968
Redeemable for cash
5
Maturing Jan. 4, 1968
4.513
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 6, 1967
Issued for cash
5
Maturhig Apr. 4,1968
5.089
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 6,1967
.
Issued for cash
6 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 28, 1967
4. 50
6
Nov. 28, 1967
4.50
Nov. 28, 1967
4. 50
6 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing Oct. 6,1967
5. 54
6 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Jan. 6, 1969
5.25
9 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 28, 1967
4.50
Nov. 30, 1967
4. 50
Treasury bills:
Tax anticipation:
9
Matming Apr. 22,1968
4.934
Issued for cash
9
Maturhig June 24,1968
5.108
Issued for cash
11 Certificates of hidebtedness, foreign series,
maturhig Nov. 30,1967
4. 60
Footnotes at end of table.




Aniount issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeenied prior
to niaturity 3

$457,177,000. 00
2,805,884.37

$2,830,169.30 .

118,394,000. 00
230,352,000. 00
1, 051,417, 000. 00

118,394,000.00 .
381,611,000.00 ,
230,352,000.00 .
769,854,000.00 .
124,865,769.30 .

15,000,000.00
5,000,000.00

31, 000,000. 00

50,140,393.10

49,957,536.09
1,433, 722.13

"i," 446,'131." 55".

329,139, 000. 00
222,643,000. 00
1, 750,463,000. 00

329,139,000. 00 .
1,071,492,000. 00 .
222,643,000.00 .
777,662,000. 00 .
8,000,000. 00
23,000,000. 00
8,000,000. 00
61,888,750. 52
51,800,349.94 .
7,000,000. 00
3,000,000. 00

1,506,037,000.00 .

"3,"555,'5i7,"555."55"'
10,000,000. 00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1967

Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated Apr. 13,1967
Redeemed ih exchange for series issued
Oct. 13, 1967, due Jan. 11, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Oct. 13, 1967, due Apr. 11, 1968
Redeemable for cash
Maturing Jan. 11,1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 13,1967
Issued for cash
Maturhig Apr. 11,1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 13,1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 30, 1967
Nov. 30, 1967
Jan. 16. 1968
Nov. 30, 1967
Nov. 30, 1967
Jan. 17, 1968
Jan. 18, 1968..
Treasury bUls:
Regular weekly:
Dated Apr. 20, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Oct. 19, 1967, due Jan. 18, 1968.
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Oct. 19, 1967, due Apr. 18, 1968
Redeemable for cash...
—
Maturing Jan. 18, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 20, 1967
Issued for cash
Maturhig Apr. 18, 1968».
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 20, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of hidebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 28, 1967
Nov. 30, 1967..
Nov. 28, 1967.Jan. 25, 1968..Oct. 26, 1967.
Oct. 26, 1967..Jan. 26, 1968
Jan. 26, 1968..^
Jan. 26, 1968
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
Oct. 26, 1967--.
Jan. 26, 1968..---.
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated Apr. 27, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Oct. 26, 1967, due Jan. 25. 1968.
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Oct. 26, 1967, due Apr. 25, 1968
Redeemable for cash.
Maturing Jan. 25, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 27, 1967
Issued for cash
Maturhig Apr. 25, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Apr. 27, 1967.
Issued for cash.
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
Oct. 27,1967
Jan. 26, 1968...
Jan. 16, 1968
Jan. 30, 1968..-.

Oct. 13

13

13

13
16
17
18
19

19

19

19

24
25
26

26

26

26

26

27

30

Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest 1

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to matm-ity 3

Percent
44.107 $308,349,000.00
183,687,000. 00
1,908,940,000. 00

4.563
$308,349,000.00 .
1,192,963,000.00 .
6.022
183,687,000. 00 .
817,153,000. 00 .
4.50
4.50
4.60
4.50
4.50
4.70
4.70

10, 000, 000.00
17,000,000.00
12,000,000.00 .
2,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
100,000,000.00 .
10,000,000.00 .

4 4.121
263,078,000.00
143,415,000. 00
1,995,113,000.00
263,078,000.00 ,
1,237,294,000.00 .
5.165
143,415,000.00 .
856, 704,000.00 .
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.60
4.45
4.46
4.60
4.60
4.60

100,000,000.00 .
43,000,000.00 .

4.1875
4.60

...
162,168,399.70 11
,

39,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
.."-

10,000,000.00
6,000,000.00

97,410,000.00
10,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
152,678,819.28

4 4.153
361,504,000.00
241,902,000.00
1, 797,629,000.00
4.697
361,504,000.00
1,139,587,000.00 .
6.124
241,902,000.00 .
768,861,000.00 .
4.46
4.60
4.70
4.60

20, 000,000.00
20,000,000.00 .
14,000,000.00 .
40,000,000.00 .

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

1967
Oct. 30
31

31

31

31

Rate
of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to n i a t u r i t y 3

Percent
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing—Continued
Oct. 31, 1967..
J a n . 31, 1968
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular monthly:
D a t e d Oct. 31, 1966
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
Oct. 31, 1967, d u e J u l y 31, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 31, 1967, d u e Oct. 31, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h . .
Matm-ing J u l y 31, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 31,1966
Issued for cash
M a t m i n g Oct. 31. 1 9 6 8 . . .
Issued in excnange for series d a t e d
Oct. 31, 1966
Issued for cash
,
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
Oct. 31, 1967..
Oct. 31, 1967..
N o v . 30, 1967
J a n . 31, 1968
U . S . savings b o n d s : s
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
.
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to December)
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
:
Series E-1956.
.Series E-1956
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to Deceniber)
Series E - 1 9 5 8 - . .
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
Series E-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1,965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e n i p t i o n s
SeriesH-1952
Seriies H - 1 9 5 3 .
Seriies H-1954.
Seri es H - 1 9 5 5 .
Ser] es H-1956..
Ser: iCS H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Ser; es H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e m b e r ) .
Ser: es H-1958
Ser: es H-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Ser: ies H-1959 (June to Deceniber)
Seri es H-1960
Ser: es H-1961
..-Seri es H-1962
.
Seri es H-1963
Seri ies H-1964
Seri ies H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) „
.._
S eries H-1966 (D ecember)
Series H - 1 9 6 6 . . .

F o o t n o t e s at end of table.




4.45
4.55

$10, 000, 000.00
$10,000,000.00

4 6. 228
120, 571, 000. 00
211,813, 000. 00
1,073,356, 000. 00
5.313
120,571,000.00
379,958, 000. 00
5.301
211,813,000.00
789,957,000.00
4.423
3.38
3.86
4.542
6 3.297
6 3.340
6 3.377
6 3.409
6 3.438
6 3. 468
6 3.497
6 3. 528
6 3.464
6 3.433
6 3.485
3.520
6 3. 675
6 3. 608
6 3.657
8 3. 702
6 3.745
3.780
6 3. 916
6 3.959
3.990
6 4. 002
6 3.931
6 3. 904
6 3.959
6 4.008
6 4. 059
6 4.106
4.150
4.150
4.150
6 3.485
6 3.619
6 3. 566
6 3.610
6 3. 659
3.700
6 3.866
6 3.918
3.950
6 3.874
6 3. 901
6 3.943
6 3.982
6 4.023
6 4. 072
6 4.110
4.150
4.150

1, 098,987.39
15,863,031.86
15,906,174.54 ,
1,111,139.44
422, 683. 27
2,937, 067. 64
6, 632,340.91
2,882, 996.90
3,769, 723.29
3,018, 680.78
456.54
3, 590,
3,821, 617.15
3,850, 162. 77
3,455, 070.31
3,189, 770.74
1,419,402.85
343.12
1, 682,
891.45
4, 026,
4,446, 492.26
4, 636,658.76
5,061, 345.30
628.04
5,390, 240. 54
5,610, 036.27
3,005,- 383.16
2,838, 740. 69
8, 796,
006. 51
6, 738,877.02
6, 730,770.48
8, 560,
443. 50
7,488, 549. 97
7, 720,
344. 43
500.43
9,350,762.91
213,138, 222.81
169,018, 396.16

7,500. 00

339.18
3, 994,778. 59
6,443, 721.23
8,012, 198. 66
7,135,397. 76
3,941, 058.09
5,022, 683.86
4,758, 233. 78
5,205, 630.86
4, 933,418.14
4,321, 616.67
1,536,034.29
3,145,364.68
5,696, 206.84
6,296, 504.05
7, 549,639.44
8,382, 427.46
844, 949.53
9,483, 706.37
8,992, 139.07
2,933, 664.11
4, 513,700.60
6, 637,561. 72
7.168, 733.10
7,051,316.97
9,361, 205.33
11,345, 457. 74
12, 796,880. 83
1,717, 003.81
32,318, 934. 61
83,860, 151. 04
108, 631,179. 38
269, 500. 00
398, 500. 00
1, 038,600. 00
1.169, 600. 00
1,039, 500. 00
16, 600. 00
1,480, 500. 00
1,35', 000. 00
469,000. 00
521, 500. 00
000.00
1, 684,
1,899, 000. 00
1,464, 500. 00
1,254,000.00
1,200, 500.00
714, 000. 00
61, 000.00
975, 600.00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

Rate
of
interest i

Percent
1967
Oct. 31 U . S . savings bonds5—Continued
4.150
SeriesH-1967.
Unclassifled sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesJ-1955..
2.76
Series J-1956..
2.76
Series J-1967
2.76
Unclassifled r e d e m p t i o n s
Series K - 1 9 5 5 . .
2.76
Series K-1956.
2. 76
Series K - 1 9 5 7 . . .
2.76
Unclassifled r e d e m p t i o n s
31 U . S . savings notes:
Series S-1967.
4.74
Unclassified
U.S. retirement p l a n b o n d s
3.86
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s . F i r s t Series
2. 00
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
2.00
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , I n v e s t i n e n t Series B-1976-80.
2%
R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
13^% T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1972
13^% T r e a s m y n o t e s , Series EO-1972
T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1972
ly
T r e a s u r y notes, Series E O - 1 9 7 2 . .
ly
Miscellaneous
T o t a l October
Nov.

1 T r e a s u r y bonds, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
N o v . i, 1967
4.25
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, m a t u r i n g N o v . 1, 1967
5.48
1 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, m a t u r ing M a y 2, 1969
5.45
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4. 067
2
D a t e d M a y 4, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
N o v . 2, 1967, d u e F e b . 1, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
N o v . 2, 1967, d u e M a y 2, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h .
2
M a t u r i n g F e b . 1, 1968..
4.543
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
M a y 4, 1967
Issued for cash
2
M a t u r i n g M a y 2, 1968
5.043
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
M a y 4, 1967
Issued for cash
2 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 2, 1967...
4.20
N o v . 28, 1967
4.50
4.55
F e b . 2, 1968
4.55
F e b . 2, 1968..
4.50
3
N o v . 28, 1967
4.50
6
N o v . 28, 1967
4.50
N o v . 30. 1967
4.50
N o v . 30, 1967....
4.20
8
N o v . 8, 1967
4.20
N o v . 8, 1967...
4.70
J a n . 16, 1 9 6 8 . . - .
4.60
J a n . 26, 1968..
4.70
F e b . 8, 1968
4.60
9
J a n . 26, 1968
4.70
F e b . 9, 1968
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular weekly:
4 4.031
9
D a t e d M a y 11, 1967
Redeenied in exchange for series issued
N o v . 9, 1967, d u e F e b . 8, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
N o v . 9, 1967, d u e M a y 9, 1968
:.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$27,067,000. 00
11,808,500.00
123,029. 20
171, 249. 60
70,508. 40

$350, 000. 00
22,013, 500. 00
3, 419,925.80
224, 454. 20
44,401. 60
2,908,359.84
4,036, 000. 00
666, 000. 00
33, 500.00
9,417,000.00

7,044,124. 50
11, 771,544. 00
223,842.50
102,000. 00
108, 000.00

4,465. 00
3,687. 50
11,406. 69
1, 653,000.00
220,000. 00
5,368, 000. 00
2, 795,000.00

6,368,000.00
2,795,000.00
25,177, 500. 00
18,905,874,362.47

13,738,952,015.95
30,000,000.00

1

Footnotes at end of table.




50, 271, 465. 92
49, 941,318. 95

435,117,000. 00
252,855,000. 00
1, 717,324,000.00
435,117,000.00
1,065,956,000.00
262,855,000.00 .
747,041,000.00 .
13, 500,000. 00
12,000,000. 00
13,500,000.00 .
100,000,000.00 .
14,000, 000. 00
35,000, 000. 00
43,000, 000. 00
7,000, 000. 00
11,500, 000. 00
10,000, 000.00
14,000, 000. 00
44,000, 000. 00
21,500,000.00

"i5,'555,"5oo."o5'.

3,000, 000. 00

256,115,000. 00
233,353,000. 00
1,910, 886, 000. 00

167

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1967
Nov. 9 Treasury biUs—Continued
Regular weekly—Continued
9
Maturing Feb. 8, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
May 11, 1967
Issued for cash
9
Maturing May 9, 1968...
Issued in exchange for series dated
May 11, 1967
Issued for cash
13 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing
May 13, 1968
13 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Jan. 26, 1968
Feb. 13, 1968
Feb. 13, 1968.
:
14
Jan. 16, 1968.
Jan. 26, 1968.
Feb. 7, 1968..
15
Jan. 16, 1968
15 Treasury notes, Series F-1967
Redeemed in exchange for:
5H% Treasury notes, Series A-1969
5M% Treasury notes. Series A-1974
Redeemable for cash
15 Treasury bonds of 1967
Redeemed in exchange for:
5 ^ % Treasury notes. Series A-1969
5M% Treasury notes. Series A-1974
Redeemable for cash
15 Treasury notes. Series A-1969..
Issued in exchange for:
43^% Treasury notes. Series F-1967
3 ^ % Treasury bonds of 1967
Issued for cash
16 Treasury notes. Series A-1974
Issued in exchange for:
4J^% Treasury notes. Series F-1967.
3 ^ % Treasury bonds of 1967
Issued for cash
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
16
Dated May 18, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Nov. 16, 1967, due Feb. 15, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Nov. 16, 1967, due May 16, 1968
Redeemable for cash.
16
Maturing Feb. 15, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated May
18, 1967
Issued for cash..
16
Maturing May 16, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated May
18, 1967
Issued for cash
17 Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
Nov. 17, 1967
Feb. 17, 1969
17 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 30, 1967
Jan. 15, 1968
Jan. 16, 1968
21
Nov. 30, 1967
Jan. 15, 1968
.._Jan. 16, 1968
Jan. 16, 1968
Jan. 26, 1968
Jan. 26, 1968
Feb. 7, 1968
Jan. 22, 1968
Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest 1

Amount matm-ed
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to niaturity 3

Percent
4.674
5.180

$256,115,000.00 .
1.245.360.000.00 .
233,353,000.00 .
767,294,000.00 .

4.30
4.60
4.70
4.70
4.70
4.60
4.70
4.70
iys

$902, 675. 57
32,000,000.00
8,000,000.00 ,
25,000,000.00
53,000,000.00 ,
15,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
9, 000, 000. 00

3^

,
.,

5^

5%

6, 929, 586, 000. 00
105,179, 000. 00
1,100,300, 000. 00
661,474, 000. 00
39, 717,000. 00
1, 327,348, 600. 00

6, 929,586,000.00
651,474, 000. 00
3,156,526,000.00
105,179,000.00
39,717,000.00
1,506,860,000.00

4 4. 031
207,483, 000. 00
173, 341, 000. 00
2, 019, 588,000. 00

4.648
5.154

207,483,000.00
1,293,407,000.00
173, 341, 000. 00
826, 606, 000. 00

6.58
5.60
4.50
4.60
4.70
4.50
4.60
4.70
4.70
4.60
4.60
4.70
4.60

27, 793, 862.19
27, 771, 349. 22
3,000,000.00 .
50,000,000.00 .
56,000,000.00 ,

6,000,000.00

3, 000, 000. 00
50, 000, 000. 00
44, 000,000. 00
56,000,000. 00
50, 000, 000. 00
2,000,000. oO
50, 000,000. 00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
Amount issued 2
of
interest 1

Amount matm-ed
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

1967
Percent
Nov. 17 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing—Continued
22
4.58
$57,000,000. 00 .
Jan. 22, 1968.
Feb. 20,1968..
6.00
32,000,000.00 .
Feb. 21, 1998....
4.85
63, 000, 000. 00 .
24
Nov. 24, 1967
4.35 .
Jan. 22, 1968
4.60
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
9,000,000.00 .
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
4 4. 067
24
Dated May 25,1967—
Redeemed ih exchange for series issued
Nov. 24, 1967, due Feb. 23, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Nov. 24, 1967, due May 23, 1968.
Redeemable for cash
24
Maturing Feb. 23, 1968
4.988
Issued in exchange for series dated May
26,1967...
340,479,000.00 .
Issued for cash
1,159, 517, 000. 00 .
24
M aturing May 23, 1968
5.517 .
Issued in exchange for series dated May
25, 1967...
252, 007, 000. 00 .
Issued for cash..
748,003,000.00 .
24 Treasury notes, foreign currency series, maturing Nov. 24, 1969..
6.68
60,444,265.35 .
27 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
. Jan. 22, 1968.
4.58 .
Jan. 15, 1968..
4.60
19,000,000.00 .
Jan. 16, 1968.....
4.70
100,000,000.00 Feb. 7, 1968...
4.70
50,000,000.00 .
Feb. 20, 1968
.
5.00
469,000,000.00 .
Nov. 30, 1967..
28
4.60
6,000,000.00 .
Jan. 15, 1968
4.60
31,000,000.00 .
Feb. 28, 1968..
4.95
10,000,000.00 .
Nov. 30, 1967
29
4.50
44,000,000.00 .
D e c 29, 1967..
4.65
21,000,000.00 .
Jan. 24, 1968.....
4.60
150,000,000.00 .
Jan. 29, 1968..
4.60
75,000,000.00 .
Jan. 29, 1968..
4.45
40,000,000.00 .
Feb. 21, 1968
5.00
60,000,000.00 .
Feb. 29, 1968..
4.95
50,000,000.00 Nov. 30, 1967..
30
4.50 .
Nov. 30, 1967..
4.50 .
Dec 29, 1967
4.65
4,000,000.00 Feb. 29, 1968
4.95
200,000,000.00 .
Feb. 29, 1968.4.95
60,000,000.00 .
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated Nov. 30,1966
30
44.175 .
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Nov. 30, 1967, due Feb. 29, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Nov. 30,1967, due May 31,1968
Redeemable for cash.
30
Maturing Feb. 29,1968...
4.957 .
Issued in exchange for series dated
Nov. 30,1966
437,063,000.00 Issued for cash
1,065,018,000.00 .
Maturing May 31,1968.
30
5.635 .
Issued in exchange for series dated
Nov. 30, 1966
255,361,000.00 Issued for cash
747,221,000.00 .
Regular monthly:
30
Dated Nov. 30, 1966.-.
45.233 .
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Nov. 30, 1967, due Aug. 31, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Nov. 30, 1967, due Nov. 30,1968
Redeemable for cash
Maturing Aug. 31, 1968
30
5.422 .
Issued in exchange for series dated
Nov. 30, 1966....
75,684,000.00 .
Issued for cash
424,491,000.00 -

Footnotes at end of table.




$10,000,000.00
6, 000,000.00

340,479, 000. 00
252, 007, 000. 00
1,809, 499,000. 00

34,000, 000. 00

6, 000,000. 00
44,000,000.00

437, 063, 000. 00
256, 361, 000. 00
1, 709, 012,000. 00

75, 684, 000. 00
225, 877, 000. 00
1,098,888,000.00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Rate
Date

1967
N o v . 30

30
30

30
30
30
30

Securities

Treasmy'bllls—Continued
Regular m o n t h l y — C o n t i n u e d
M a t u r i n g N o v . 30,1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
N o v . 30, 1966
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
N o v . 30,1967
D e c 31, 1967
U . S . savings b o n d s : 5
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E - 1 9 4 3 . - Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E - 1 9 4 8 - - Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1961
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y t o A p r i l ) . .
Series E-1952 (May to Deceniber)
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
Series E - 1 9 5 5 - . - Series E-1956
.
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) . . .
Series E-1958
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
.
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to December)
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961 _ - - .
SeriesE-1962
Series E-1963
...
. ... .
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
.
Series E-1965 (December)
.
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesH-1952
.
Series H-1953 .
SeriesH-1954
Series H-1965
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December) . . . .
Series H-1958 - _
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . . .
.
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to December)
Series H-1960
Series H-1961
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1963
SeriesH-1964
.
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series H-1965 (December)
SeriesH-1966
Series H-1967 _—
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesJ-1955
Series J-1956
Series J-1967
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
Series K-1955
Series K-1956
Series K-1957
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
U . S . savings notes:
Series S-1967
Unclassified
U . S . rethement plan bonds.
.
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series.

Footnotes at end of table.




of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeenied prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
6.431
$225,877,000.00 .
774,386,000.00 .
3.85
3.90
6 3. 297
6 3.340
6 3.377
6 3. 409
6 3. 438
6 3.468
6 3.497
6 3. 628
6 3.464
6 3.433
6 3.485
3.520
6 3. 575
6 3. 608
6 3. 657
6 3. 702
6 3.746
3.780
6 3. 916
6 3.969
3.990
6 4.002
6 3. 931
6 3.904
6 3. 959
6 4. 008
6 4. 059
6 4.106
4.160
4.150
4.150
6 3.485
8 3.619
6 3. 566
6 3. 610
6 3. 659
3.700
6 3.366
6 3. 918
3.950
6 3 874
6 3. 901
6 3 943
8 3. 982
6 4. 023
6 4. 072
8 4.110
4.150
4.150
4.150
2.76
2.76
2.76

16,963,860.46 .
781, 577.99
3,100,930. 20
3,519,968.12
4,869, 560.57
9,038,830. 76
3, Oil, 216. 76
3,284, 678.49
3,813, 603. 02
3.773, 069. 00
3,361,974.01
2,995,110. 57
- 2 0 , 1 9 7 . 69
1, 693, 920. 60
4,004,432.18
4,297,868.44
4, 601, 751.29
4, 707, 721. 67
- 6 9 , 1 9 3 . 93
6,204,379. 70
6, 687, 647.04
2,808, 509.80
2, 324, 554. 81
7, 694,369. 03
6,381, 772. 71
6,448, 299. 70
7, 378, 385. 32
6,897,134. 68
7, 075, 652. 94
1,417. 45
8, 590, Oil. 44
421, 425, 922. 65
7 —65, 005, 294. 44

10, 000. 00
34, 489, 000. 00
7 -505,000.00
115, 406. 00
167, 007. 60
- 1 , 060. 80

2.76
2.76
2.76
4.74
3.86
2.00
2.00

17,213,492.26
134, 303. 25
406,900.36
311, 000. 00
100, 000. 00

$15,906,174. 54
1,488,834.16
6,848,329.99
11,441,276. 60
13,357, 720.54
11, 652, 703. 06
6,900, 753.27
8,538,842.85
7,842, 516. 71
8, 509,467. 88
7, 710,593.39
6,901,272.33
2,343, 034.29
5,055,992.19
9,332,657.91
10,492,509.76
12,358,369.41
13, 245,832.54
1,365,809. 61
15,159, 980.86
14, 740, 907.67
4,851,893. 89
7, 667,008. 35
11,310,483.88
11,168, 968. 43
11,257, 460. 04
15, 680, 935. 93
18, 649, 077. 04
20,244,929. 04
2,453, 599.49
48,157, 793. 31
147, 715, 717. 02
7 - 9 0 , 690, 360. 57
464, 500. 00
1,112, 000.00
2, 749, 000. 00
4, 099,000.00
3, 376, 000. 00
688, 500. 00
3,356, 600.00
3,190, 600.00
1,137,000. 00
1,101, 000.00
3,407, 500. 00
3, 795, 500. 00
2, 895, 600. 00
2, 613, 000. 00
2,101, 500. 00
1,573,600.00
64, 000. 00
1, 791, 000. 00
858, 500.00
7 - 7 4 2 , 600.00
6, 653, 798. 40
342,299. 60
79, 611. 80
1, 207, 613. 01
13, 794, 000. 00
932,000 00
161, 500. 00
7 - 3 , 594, 500. 00
9, 578. 25
- 2 , 575. 00
29, 267. 41
659, 000. 00
446, 000. 00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

Rate
of
Amount Issued 2
Interest i

Percent
1967
Nov. 30 Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80. 2M
Redeemed in exchange for 1K% Treasury
notes, Series EO-1972
Treasury notes. Series EO-1972
1}4
Miscellaneous
.
Total November
Dec.

Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Mar. 1, 1968...L
Dec. 29, 1967.
Dec. 29, 1967
Jan. 24, 1968.
Jan. 29, 1968
-.
Feb. 21, 1968
Mar. 4, 1968....
Dec. 6, 1967....
Mar. 5, 1968..
Dec. 6, 1967....
Mar. 6, 1968....
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:'
Dated June 8, 1967.
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Dec. 7, 1967, dueMar. 7, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Dec 7,1967, due June 6, 1968..
Redeemable for cash...
Maturing Mar. 7, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated June
8, 1967.......
Issued for cash
Maturing June 6, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
June 8, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Jan. 26, 1968
Jan. 26, 1968
Jan. 26, 1968
Mar. 1, 1968....
Mar. 4, 1968
Jan. 15, 1968
Jan. 15, 1968...
Jan. 16, 1968.
Feb. 7, 1968...J
Mar. 4, 1968..
Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
D e c 11, 1967...
Mar. 11, 1969
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Feb. 7, 1968
Feb. 29,1968
Feb. 20, 1968...
Feb. 29, 1968
Dec. 14, 1967...
Feb. 20, 1968..Feb. 20, 1968...
Feb. 20, 1968
Feb. 20, 1968...
Mar. 14, 1968...
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated June 15, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Dec 14, 1967, due Mar. 14, 1968...
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Dec 14, 1967, due June 13, 1968
Redeemable for cash
Matming Mar. 14,1968
•
Issued in exchange for series dated
June 15, 1967
,
Issued for cash
,

Footnotes at end of table;




Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$1, 604,000.00
$1, 604,000.00 .
"26,"73i,"355.'55
29,055,101,416.52

4.95
4.65
4.65
4.60
4.60
5.00
4.95
4.35
5.00
4.35
6.00

24, 730, 738,882.46

63,000,000.00 .
21,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
186, 000, 000. 00 ,

""'5,'555," 555." 55",

"'i5,"555,'555."55
" ' 5 ' , bbb', bob'bb

388, 712, 000. 00
234,573, 000. 00
1, 778,251, 000. 00
388,712,000.00 .
1, 111, 547, 000. 00 .
5.579
234,573,000.00 .
766,066,000.00 .
410, 000. 00
30, 000,000. 00
15,000, 000. 00
63,000, 000. 00
110, 000,000. 00
19, 000,000. 00
31, 000,000. 00
100, 000,000. 00
44, 000,000. 00
76, 000,000. 00

4.60
4.60
4.60
4.95
4.95
4.60
4.60
4.70
4.70
4.96
5.39
5.68
4.70
4.95
6.00
4.95
4.40
5.00
5.00
5.00
6.00
4.95

23,128,339.15
23,173,896.92
6, 000,000. 00
5, 000,000. 00
10, 000,000. 00
45,000, 000. 00
10, 000,000. 00
22, 000,000. 00
9, 000,000. 00
73, 000,000. 00
60, 000, 000. 00 ,
10, 000, 000. 00 .

317,108,000.00
166,826,000. 00
1,916,702,000.00
4.943
317,108,000.00
1,183,826,000.00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

1967
D e c 14

15
15

18
19
20
21

21

21

21

22

26
27

28

28

28

28

29

Securities

Rate
Amount matured
of
Amount issued 2
or called or
interest 1
redeemed prior
to maturity *

T r e a s u r y biUs—Continued
Percent
Regular w e e k l y — C o n t i n u e d
M a t u r i n g J u n e 13, 1968
6.493 .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
J u n e 16, 1967.
Issued for cash
T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
D e c 15, 1967
LOO
.
J u n e 15, 1968
LOO
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , for eign series,
maturing:
5.00
F e b . 20, 1968
F e b . 29, 1968
4.95
.Tan. 16, 1968
4.70
4.70
F e b . 7, 1968
F e b . 29, 1968
4.95
D e c 19,1968
4.50
J a n . 16, 1968.
4.70
Mar. 20, 1968.
5.15
J a n . 16, 1968
4.70
J a n . 15, 1968.
4.60
4.70
J a n . 16, 1968
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
44.219 .
D a t e d J u n e 22, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for iseries issued
1968..
D e c 21,1967, d u e Mar. 21,
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
Dec. 21, 1967, d u e J u n e 20 , 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash.
M a t u r i n g Mar. 21, 1968
5.128 .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
J u n e 22, 1967
Issued for cash
5.659 .
M a t u r i n g J u n e 20, 1968
Issued in exchange for series "dateci
J u n e 22, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
3.85
D e c 22, 1967
4.60
J a n . 15, 1968
5.65
J u n e 24, 1968
4.60
J a n . 16, 1968.
5.00
Mar. 26, 1968
5.00
.
Mar. 26, 1968
5.00
Mar. 27. 1968
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
44.345 .
D a t e d J u n e 29,1967
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
D e c . 28, 1967, d u e Mar. 28, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series 'd'a"te"d'
D e c . 28, 1967, d u e J u n e 27, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h .
4.990 .
M a t u r i n g M a r . 28, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u n e
29,1967Issued for cash
..
5.515 .
M a t u r i n g J u n e 27, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u n e
29,1967.
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series.
maturing:
4.60 .
J a n . 15, 19684.60
J a n . 15, 1968
5.00
Mar. 26, 1968
4.60
J a n . 15, 1968
4.60
J a n . 15, 1968
4.70
J a n . 16, 1968
4.70
J a n . 16,1968
4.70
J a n . 16, 1968
4.70
J a n . 16, 1968. 4.70
F e b . 7,1968
4.95
F e b . 20, 1968
. 4.70
F e b . 29, 1968..
4.95
Feb. 29,1968...

Pootm 3tes a t end of table.
323-4147—*69

^^12




$166,825,000.00 . .
833, 532, 000.00 .
$2,364, 554.45
2,423,570.50 . .
54,000,000.00 . .
33, 000,000. 00 .
33,000,000.00 . .
50,000,000. 00
17,000,000.00 . .
100,000, 000. 00
44,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
16,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
7,000,000.00

..
..
..
..
..

329,881,000. 00
331,106,000.00
1, 739,028,000.00
329,881,000.00 . .
1,176,426,000.00 . .
331,106,000.00 . .
675,006,000.00 . .
50,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
64,000,000.00

..
..
..
.23,000, 000. 00

20,000,000.00 .-

345,895, 000. 00
244,100, 000. 00
1, 811, 598, 000. 00
345,895,000.00 . .
1,156,264,000.00 . .
244,100,000.00 ..
759,166,000.00 ..
10, 000, 000. 00
4, 000, 000. 00
31, 000, 000. 00
6, 000, 000.00
30, 000, 000. 00
33, 000, 000. 00
44,000, 000. 00
16, 000, 000. 00
7,000,000. 00
60,000, 000. 00
68, 000, 000.00
33,000, 000.00
17, 000, 000. 00

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SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturiiies, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
of
A m o u n t issued 2
interest i

1967
Percent
D e c . 31 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
.
4.629
D e c 31, 1967
D e c . 31, 1967
3.90
.
3.69
Jan.31,1968
Mar. 31, 1968
.
4.989
31 U . S . savings bonds:&
. 6 3.297
SeriesE-1941. Series E - 1 9 4 2 - - 6 3.340
Series E - 1 9 4 3 . .
. 6 3.377
Series E - 1 9 4 4 - . .
. 6 3.409
. 8 3.438
Series E - 1 9 4 5 - . 6 3.468
Series E-1946._
. 6 3.497
Series E-1947
. 8 3.528
Series E-1948
. 6 3.464
Series E-1949 . .
. 6 3.433
Series E-1950
. 6 3.485
Series •E-1951.-;
.
3.620
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to AprU)
. 6 3.576
Series E-1952 (May to December) .
. 6 3.608
Series E - 1 9 5 3 .
. 6 3.657
Series E-1954_. 6 3.702
Series E-1956
. 6 3.745
Series E-1956.
3.780
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1957 (FebiTiary to D e c e m b e r ) . . . . 6 3.915
. 6 3.959
Series E-1958
.
3.990
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
. 6 4.002
Series E-1959 ( J u n e t o December)
. 6 3.931
Series E-1960
. 6 3.904
Series E - 1 9 6 1 . - . .
. 6 3.959
SeriesE-1962
. 6 4.008
Series E-1963. J
. 6 4.059
Series E-1964
. 6 4.106
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
.
4.150
Series E-1965 (December)
.
4.150
Series E-1966..
4.150
Series E-1967
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesH-1952..
."""6"3."485"
Series H-1953.1
. 6 3.519
SeriesH-1954
. . 6 3.566
. 6 3.610
SeriesH-1955.. 6 3.659
Series H - 1 9 5 6 - .
.
3.700
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December) . 6 3.866
Series H-1958.
. 6 3.918
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y ) . . . .
.
3.950
Series H-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
. 6 3.874
. 6 3.901
Series H-1960.
. 6 3.943
Series H-1961
SeriesH-1962.
. 6 3.982
Series H-1963.
. 6 4.023
SeriesH-1964.
. 6 4.072
. 6 4.110
Series H-1965 (.Tanuary to N o v e m b e r )
.
4.150
Series H-1965 (December)
. ...
.
4.150
SeriesH-1966
.
4.150
SeriesH-1967
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
r'"2."76'"
Series J-1956..
.
2.76
SeriesJ-1957
Unclassified redeniptions
"""2."76"
Series K-1956.
.
2.76
Series K-1957
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
.
31 T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1969
- Ws
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^
31 T r e a s u r y notes Series A-1974
'.""b%"
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^
31 U . S . savincrs notes:
.
4.74
Series S-1967
Unclassified
r"'3."88""
31 U . S . r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s .
.
2.00
31 D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series
.
2.00
31 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series.

Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed p r i o r
to m a t u r i t y ^

$6, 709, 251. 97
16,953, 860.46
$16,003,925.61 .
6,786,894.79 .
2, 094,308. 54
3, 962,538. 31
3,988,936.43
11, 237,225. 62
9,415, 364. 58
3, 923,804.11
4,360,159. 05
5,183, 673.21
5, 023,940.16
4, 020,327.91
3, 571,139.45
- 1 1 , 053.10
1, 822,155. 75
4, 078,296.43
4,162,358. 65
4, 647,263.97
5, 030, 735.26
-178.30
2, 993, 060. 32
7, 038,858.22
4,312,271.55
2,455, 736. 79
8, 670, 734. 78
7, 209,287. 28
7, 618,667. 54
8, 014,832. 75
7,866,210. 54
3, 525,176. 54
4, 630, 090. 32
9, 666, 515.12
360, 785,121. 93
7 - 2 4 , 9 1 5 , 608. 38

164, 000. 00
-164,000.00

16, 000. 00
76, 612, 500. 00
7 - 4 3 , 1 2 0 , 000. 00
207,823. 20
-150.40

""-32," 000." 65'
32, 000. 00

1,470, 667. 97
6, 636, 559. 83
9, 094,931. 60
10, 720,949.49
9, 780,415. 50
5, 551,403.30
7,036,476. 59
6,221, 608.16
6,400, 656. 72
6, 096, 628. 57
5, 216, 741.47
1, 793,826.49
4, 064, 236. 50
7,156, 567. 01
7, 735,835. 54
9,487, 637.35
9,985, 366.58
845, 539.18
11, 975, 013. 76
11, 561, 245. 38
3,699,834.82
5,391,593.62
8, 945, 902.44
8,460,124.44
8, 699,419. 63
11, 590,495.97
13,289, 706. 31
15,260,666. 02
1,809,737. 91
34,486,402. 46
120,302, 991. 64
49, 700, 725. 30
823, 500. 00
2,278, 000. 00
6,141,000. 00
6,908, 500. 00
5, 610,500. 00
376,000. 00
8,133, 500.00
5, 569,000. 00
2,434, 500. 00
2,469, 500. 00
6,438, 500. 00
7,462, 000. 00
6,639, 500. 00
5, 562,000. 00
4,871, 000. 00
3,622, 000. 00
67,000. 00
4,310, 500. 00
2,266, 000. 00
7 -38,832,000. 00
911,919.40
286, 035.80
7-7,892,017.50
1,807,000.00
240, 500. 00
7 -15,257,000.00

- 2 6 , 000. 00 .
- 2 5 , 000. 00 .
17,186, 762. 25
227,815. 00
1, 566,110. 78
225, 000. 00
83,000.00

6,925. 50
3, 746. 25
81,235.81
275. 000. 00
10,000. 00

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
Amount issued 2
of
nterest i
i

1967
Percent
Dec. 31 Treasury bonds, Investment Series B-1975-80.
Redeemed in exchange for 1H% Treasury
notes. Series EO-1972
.........
31 Treasury notes, Series EO-1972
31 MisceUaneous
Total December

A.mount matured
Oi called or
redeemed prior
to maturity'

$2,"905,"6o6."o6".
11,472, 562,101.88

1968
Jan. 1

Treasury certificates, matming:
4.629
Jan. 1, 1968..
Apr. 1, 1968
5.103
Treasm-y biUs:
Regular monthly:
2t '
4 4. 556
Dated Dec 31, 1966
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Dec 31, 1967, due Sept. 30, 1968..
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Dec 31, 1967, due Dec 31, 1968
Redeemable for cash
2
Maturing Sept. 30, 1968
5.555
Issued in exchange for series dated
Dec 31, 1966
Issued for cash
2
5.544
Matm-ing Dec 31, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated Dec.
31,1966
,
Issued for cash
2 Certiflcates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968
3
4.55
Jan. 3, 1968.
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
Mar. 29, 1968
5.10
Apr. 3, 1968
3 Treasmy certificates, matm-ing:
4.514
Jan. 3, 1968
5.103.
Apr. 3, 1968
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
4 4.598
4
Dated July 6, 1967..
Redeemed In exchange for series issued
Jan. 4, 1968, due Apr. 4,1968.
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Jan. 4, 1968, due July 5, 1968
Redeemable for cash
4
5.104
Maturing Apr. 4, 1968.
Issued in exchange for series dated
July 6, 1967
.
Issued for cash
4
5.593
Matm-ing July 6, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated July
6,1967..
Issued for cash
4 Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
6.00
Mar. 29, 1968
6.10
Apr. 4, 1968
5
4.95
Feb. 29, 1968....
5.00
Mar. 29, 1968
5 Treasmy notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
5.46
July 5, 1972
9
5..42
Jan. 9, 1968
5.57
^Apr. 9, 1969...
Ce tificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
gatming:
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
Mar. 29, 1968
5.00
Mar. 29, 1968
5.00
10
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
11
Feb. 20, 1968.

Footnotes at end of table.




2,862,921.43 .

$2,905,000.00
23, 737, 700.00
11, 625,071,156.64
2,830,169.30

188, 575,000.00
271,416,000.00
941,130,000.00
• 188,575,000.00 .
311,615,000.00 .
271,416,000.00 728,529,000.00 .
61,000, 000. 00 .
7,000,000.00 .
72,000,000.00 .
5,000,000.00 .
1,462,450.69 .

5,000,000.00

1,446,131.00

396, 718,000.00
242, 571, 000.00
1,761,434,000.00
396,718,000.00 .
1,104, 613, 000. 00 ,
242,571,000.00
768,476,000.00
15,000, 000. 00
16,000,000.00
124,884,481.85
29,936, 672.42

42, 000, 000. 00
26,000,000.00

13, 000, 000. 00
50,-000,000.00

30,066,840.90
166, 000, 000. 00
59,000,000.00
16, 000,000.00

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturiiies, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

1968
Jan.

11

11

11

12
12
15
15
16

17

18

18

18

18

19
19
22
22

23
24
25

Securities

Rate
of
nterest i

T r e a s u r y bills:
Percent
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d .Tuly 13, 1967
4 4.613
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J a n . 11, 1968, due A p r . 11, 1968.-R e d e e n i e d in exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 11, 1968, d u e J u l y 11, 1968.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g A p r . 11, 1968
6.081
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u l y
13,1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g J u l y 11, 1968
5.376
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u l y
13, 1967...;
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
J a n . 12, 1968
4.26
5.42
A p r . 13, 1970-..
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
5.00
F e b . 20, 1968
.-..
F e b . 20, 1968-.
5.00
T r e a s u r y bills:
T a x anticipation:
M a t u r i n g J u n e 24, 1968
5.058
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
.Tan. 16, 1968
4.60
J a n . 22, 1 9 6 8 . . .
4.58
A p r . 16, 1968..
5.10
A p r . 16, 1 9 6 8 . . .
5.10
.Tan. 17, 1968
4.70
J a n . 22, 1968.
4.58
A p r . 16, 1968
5.10
5.10
A p r . 17, 1968...
4.70
J a n . 18, 1968
5.00
F e b . 20, 1 9 6 8 . . .
5.10
A p r . 18, 1 9 6 8 . . . . . .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4. 704
D a t e d J u l y 20, 1967
R e d e e m e d iu exchange for series issued
J a n . 18, 1968, d u e A p r . 18, 1968
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 18, 1968, d u e J u l y 18, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g A p r . 18, 1968
5.070
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u l y
20, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g J u l y 18, 1968.
5.238
• Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u l y
20, 1967.
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
m a t u r i n g A p r . 16, 1968
5.10
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
M a y 13, 1968
4.30
Oct. 1, 1 9 6 8 . . . .
4.99
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
inaturing:
J a n . 26, 1968.
4.60
A p r . 16, 1 9 6 8 . . L . . . .
5.10
F e b . 20, 1968
5.00
F e b . 20, 1 9 6 8 . . .
5.00
J a n . 26, 1 9 6 8 . . .
4.60
J a n . 26, 1968
4.60
J a n . 26, 1 9 6 8 . . .
4.60
F e b . 20, 1968
5.00
A p r . 25, 1968
5.10

Footnotes at end of table;




A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed p r i o r
to m a t u r i t y 3

$270,611,000.00
203, 015, 000.00
2, 028,120,000.00
$270,611,000.00
1,231,876,000.00 .
203,015,000. 00
798,864,000.00 .
25,000,000.00
26,000,000.00 .
9,000,000.00 .
6,000,000. 00

2, 628, 267,000.00 .
12,000,000. 00
10,000,000.00
31,000,000.00 .
12, 000, 000.00
100, 000,000. 00
13, 000, 000. 00
27, 000, 000.00
100, 000, 000.00
10, 000, 000. 00
21, 000,000.00
10, 000, 000. 00

407, 790,000. 00
232, 721, 000. 00
1,860, 667, 000. 00
407, 790, 000. 00
1, 094,379, 000. 00
232, 721, 000. 00
768, 032, 000. 00
5, 000, 000. 00
3, 688,900. 00
200, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00
23, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00
51, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00
5, 000, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00
48, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00

175

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1968

T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d J u l y 27, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J a n . 25, 1968, d u e A p r . 25, 1968
R e d e e n i e d in exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 26, 1968, d u e J u l y 25, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g A p r . 25, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u l y
27,1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g J u l y 25, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d J u l y
27, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign currency
series, m a t u r i n g :
J a n . 26, 1968
J u l y 26, 1968
J a n . 24, 1969
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Feb. 20, 1968
Feb. 20, 1968
Jan. 29, 1968..
Jan. 31, 1968..
Feb. 21, 1968
Apr. 16, 1968
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign currency
series, m a t u r i n g J a n . 29, 1969
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J a n . 30, 1968
A p r . 16, 1968
A p r . 29, 1968
F e b . 20, 1968
A p r . 16, 1968
A p r . 30, 1968
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular m o n t h l y :
D a t e d J a n . 31, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J a n . 31, 1968, d u e Oct. 31, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 31, 1968, d u e J a n . 31, 1969
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g Oct. 31, 1 9 6 8 . . .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 31, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g J a n . 31, 1969
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
J a n . 31, 1967
I s s u e d for cash
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J a n . 31, 1968.
J a n . 31, 1968
F e b . 29, 1968
A p r . 30, 1968
U . S . savings b o n d s : s
Series E-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to D e c e m b e r ) . .
Series E - 1 9 5 3 . . .
Series E-1954.
Series E-1955.

Jan.

25

26

26

31

31

31

31

Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
A m o u n t issued 2
interest 1

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
4 4. 776
$360, 077, 000. 00
202, 778, 000. 00
1, 938,529, 000. 00
5.067
$360,077,000.00 ,
1,143,384, 000. 00 .
5.334
202,778,000.00 .
799,590,000.00 .
4.60
4.75
5.00

152,168,399. 70
101,172,683.38
50, 586,341. 68

5.00
5.00
4.45
4.55
4.85
5.10

38,000,000.00

2.50

65, 730, 629. 23

4.60
5.10
4.85
5.00
5.10
4.85

16,000,000.00
40, 000, 000. 00
56, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00
250,000,000.00

16,
12,
40,
10,
16,

000,
000,
000,
000,
000,

000.
000.
000.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00

40, 000, 000. 00
.
.
.
.
.

163, 523, 000. 00
281, 019, 000. 00
956,870, 000. 00
5.254
163,523,000.00 .
336,647,000.00 .
5.267 ,
281,019,000.00 ,
719,059,000.00 ,
4.542 .
3.69 .
3.95
4.846
6 3. 297
6 3. 340
6 3. 377
6 3. 409
6 3. 438
6 3.468
6 3. 497
6 3. 528
6 3. 464
6 3. 433
6 3. 485
3.520
6 3. 575
6 3. 608
6 3. 657
6 3. 702

1, 111, 139.44
16, 003, 925. 51
16,051,443.40 .
1,123,766.43 .
545, 075. 76
4,268, 045. 65
4, 621, 930.35
8, 943, 355. 75
4, 625,312. 27
4, 003,180. 80
4, 953, 751.16
6,200, 279. 34
5, 930,347. 06
5,424, 204. 62
4,106, 519. 93
2,245, 524. 93
3,296, 677. 92
3, 790, 539.33
4, 072, 211.16
4,360, 772. 52

1, 573, 541.33
5, 767, 729. 39
9,302, 527. 72
11,352, 618.46
10, 511,858.14
5,865,434. 71
7,286, 550. 26
6, 755,245. 95
6, 744,141. 55
6,264, 764. 70
5,218, 747. 64
1, 697, 781. 69
4, 028, 016. 08
7,415,866. 68
8, 087, 228.86
9,163, 282. 97

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

1968
J a n . 31 U . S . savings b o n d s 5—Continued
Series E-1956
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
Series E - 1 9 5 8 . . . .
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to Deceniber)
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
SeriesE-1963..
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966-_
Series E - 1 9 6 7 . .
Unclassified sales a n d redeniptions
SeriesH-1952
Series H - 1 9 5 3 . .
SeriesH-1954..
SeriesH-1955..
Series H - 1 9 5 6 - .
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o Deceniber)
Series H - 1 9 5 8 - .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) .
Series H-1959 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
Series H - 1 9 6 0 . SeriesH-1961......
SeriesH-1962
,.
Series H - 1 9 6 3 . . - .
Series H - 1 9 6 4 . .
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e m b e r )
Series H-1966 (December)
SeriesH-1966..
SeriesH-1967..
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
.,
Series J-1956.
SeriesJ-1957
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
Series K-1956.
Series K - 1 9 6 7 . . . . Unclassified r e d e n i p t i o n s
,
U . S . savings notes:
Series S-1967
Unclassified.
U.S. retirement plan bonds
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s . F i r s t Series
Treasm-y b o n d s , R E A Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1976-80R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
1M% T r e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1972
i y % T r e a s m y notes. Series EO-1972
T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series E A - 1 9 7 2 .
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E 0-1972.
Miscellaneous

Rate
of
A m o u n t Issued 2
interest 1

Percent
6 3. 745
3.780
6 3.915
6 3. 959
3.990
6 4. 002
6 3.931
6 3.904
6 3. 969
6 4. 008
6 4. 059
6 4.106
4.150
4.150
4.150
6 3.485
6 3.519
6 3. 566
6 3. 610
6 3. 659
3.700
6 3.866
6 3.918
3.950
6 3. 874
6 3. 901
8 3. 943
6 3. 982
6 4.023
6 4. 072
6 4.110
4.150
4.150
4.150

1

2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76

32, 000.00
-32,000.00

4.74

16,432,226. 75
3,782,257.25
2,383, 699.20
693, 000.00
70,000. 00

3.90
2.00
2.00
2^




$10,145,, 802.77
899, 192.80
11,900,. 057.57
11,395,, 827.93
4, 358,,448.13
6,677, 803.84
9, 527, 160.86
8,630, 601. 66
8,340, 788.52
11,236, 697. 54
12,953, 080.27
14,473, 831.76
1,701, 393.87
32,216, 006.87
129,400, 376.19
184,692, 443.36
369, 500.00
1,299, 000.00
2,294, 000.00
3,569, 600.00
2, 637, 600.00
126, 000.00
5,048, 500.00
3,106, 500.00
703, 600.00
1,730, 500.00
3,082, 000.00
3, 607, 000.00
3,200, 000.00
2,708, 500.00
2,462, 600.00
1,479, 600.00
422, 500.00
2,206, 000.00
1,181, 500.00
14,858, 000.00
578, 637. 20
152, 248. 60
2, 706, 150.70
1,059, 500.00
38, 000.00
7, 705, 500.00
7, 006. 50
1, 701.00
169,764.34
13,406,000.00
100,000.00
- 3 5 , 000. 00
2,329,000. 00

W2

T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d A u g . 3, 1967
4 4. 581
R e d e e m e d i h exchange for series issued
F e b . 1, 1968, due M a y 2, 1968...
--.
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
F e b . 1, 1968, d u e A u g . 1, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash:
M a t u r i n g M a y 2, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 3, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g A u g . 1, 1968
4.956
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
A u g . 3, 1967
I s s u e d for cash

F o p t n g t e s at end of t a b l e .

$4,889, 093. 66
-68.11
6,088, 718.83
5,539, 071.87
3,256, 216. 74
2, 975, 123. 63
5,300, 673.53
8, 576, 650.24
8,261, 581. 60
10, 618, 424.22
9, 610, 635.19
8, 642, 542. 71
154.19
9, 572, 216. 70
330,892, 138. 27
107,800, 299. 63

4,000. 00
30,966, 600.00
16,404,000. 00
277,854. 00
92,013.60

Total January..

Feb.

Amount matured
or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
to maturity 8

-36,000.00 .
2,329,000.00 .
30,274,000. 00
17,524,654,132.66

14,602,938,863.16

317,204, 000. 00
261,188, 000.00
1, 923,038,000.00
317,204,000.00
1,183,007,000.00
261,188,000.00 .
738,800,000.00 .

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest i

1968
Percent
Feb.
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
6.00
Feb. 20, 1968
4.56
2
Feb. 2, 1968
4.55
Feb. 2, 1968
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968
4.85
May 2, 1968
4.86
May 2, 1968
5.00
5
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
6
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
Feb. 20,1968....
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968
5.00
7
Feb. 20, 1968
4.70
8
Feb. 8, 1968
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968
4.96
May 8, 1968
8 Treasury notes, foreign series, inaturing
4.30
May 13, 1968
Treasm-y biUs:
Regular weekly:
4 4. 707
8
Dated Aug. 10, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Feb. 8, 1968, due May 9, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Feb. 8, 1968, due Aug. 8, 1968
Redeemable for cash
8
Maturing May 9, 1968
4.957
Issued in exchange for series dated
Aug. 10, 1967
Issued for cash
8
Matm-ing Aug. 8, 1968
5.120
Issued in exchange for series dated
Aug. 10, 1967
Issued for cash
9 Certiflcates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matmhig:
4.70
Feb. 9,1968
5.00
Feb. 20,1968
4.95
May 9, 1968
4.70
13
Feb. 13,1968
4.70
Feb. 13,1968
5.00
Feb. 20,1968
5.00
Feb. 20, 1968..
5.00
Feb. 20,1968
5.00
Feb. 20,1968
5.00
Feb. 20,1968...
5.00
Feb. 20,1968
6.05
May 13,1968
6.05
May 13,1968..
5.00
14
Feb. 20,1968
6.00
Feb. 20,1968..
5.00
Feb. 20,1968
6.05
May 14,1968
TreasmT bills:
Regular weekly:
15
Dated Aug. 17,1967..
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Feb. 15, 1968, due May 16, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Feb. 15,1968, due Aug. 15, 1968
Redeemable for cash
1
15
Matmhig May 16,1968
5.040
Issued in exchange for series dated
Aug. 17,1967
Issued for cash.-.-...
15
Matming Aug. 15, 1968..
5.276
Issued in exchange for series dated
Aug. 17,1967.
Issued for cash
16 Treasury notes. Series A-1968
Redeemed in exchange for 5%% Treasmy
notes, Series A-1975
Redeemable for cash
15 Treasmy notes. Series C-1968
4M
Redeemed in exchange for 5%% Treasury
notes, Series A-1976
Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeenied prior
to maturity 3

$63,000,000.00 ,
40,000,000.00 .
13,500,000.00 ,
100,000,000.00
44,000,000.00 ,

27,000,000.00

$13, 500,000. 00
100,000,000.00

48,000, 000.00
54, 000, 000.00
13,000, 000.00

"2i,'566,'666."66

9,000,000.00

"2i,'500," 000.'66'
673,463. 60

345,369, 000.00
231, 712, 000. 00
1,924,886, 000. 00
345,369,000.00 ,
1,156,016,000.00
231,712,000.00
769,193,000.00
10, 000, 000.00
24,000,000.00
10,000,000.00 .

8,000,000.00
26,000,000.00

8, 000,000.00
25, 000,000.00
15,000,000.00
7,000,000.00
42,000,000.00
26, 000,000.00
9,000, 000.00
43,000,000.00
13,000,000.00
63,000,000.00
4,000,000.00

7,500,000.00 .

243,864,000.00
132,055,000.00
2,125,540,000.00
243,864,000.00 ,
1,267,470,000.00 .
132,055,000.00 .
869,863,000.00 .
2,171,009,000.00
463,820,000.00
507,172,000.00

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TREASURY

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptioris of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1967-June 1968—Continued
Securities

Rate
of
interest i

Percent
Treasm-y b o n d s o f 1 9 6 8 . . .
3K
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for 5 % % Treasm-y
notes. Series A-1975
Treasm-y notes, Series D-1968
6M
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for W % Treasm-y
notes, Series A-1975
Treasm-y b o n d s o f 19683Ji
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 5M% Treasm-y
notes. Series A-1975
T r e a s m y notes. Series A-1975
5^
Issued i n exchange for:
5y8% T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1968
4M% T r e a s m y notes, Series C-1968.
3M% Treasm-y b o n d s of 1968
5 H % Treasm-y notes, Sei-ies D - 1 9 6 8 - . .
3y8% T r e a s m y b o n d s of 1968
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
m a t u r i n g F e b . 20, 1968
5. 00
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g M a y
13, 1968.
1
4.30
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
F e b . 20, 1968.
5.00
F e b . 20, 1968.
5.00
F e b . 20, 1968
5.00
F e b . 20, 1968.
5.00
F e b . 20, 1968
5.00
M a r . 29, 1968.
5.00
F e b . 21, 1968.
4.85
M a r . 29, 1968.
5. 00
T r e a s u r y notes, Series B-1969
5^^
Issued for cash
T r e a s m y bUls:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A u g . 24, 1967
4 4.951
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
F e b . 23, 1968, d u e M a y 23, 1968
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
F e b . 23, 1968, d u e A u g . 22, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g M a y 23, 1968
4.939
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d Aug.
24, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g A u g . 22, 1968
5.134
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d A u g .
24, 1967..
Issued for c a s h . . .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
M a r . 29, 1968....
5.00
M a y 2, 1968...
4.85
26
M a r . 29, 1968.
6.00
M a r . 29, 1968.
5.00
F e b . 28, 1968.
4.95
M a y 8, 1968..
4.95
M a y 14, 1968i
5.05
M a y 28, 1968.
5.10
M a y 31, 1968..
5.10
F e b . 29, 1 9 6 8 . . . .
4.95
M a r . 20, 1968
5.15
M a r . 29, 1968.J
5.00
M a y 29, 1968.
5.10
M a y 29, 1968.
5.10
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d F e b . 28, 1967
44.972
29
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
F e b . 29, 1968, d u e M a y 31, 1 9 6 8 . . .
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
F e b . 29, 1968, d u e A u g . 29, 1968
.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
Matm-ing M a y 31,1968.
5.065
29
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
F e b . 28,1967

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to i n a t u r i t y 3

1968
F e b . 16

Issued for cash
Footnotes at end of table;




$1,106, 765,000.00
929,078, 000.00
432,386, 000.00
$2,171,009,000.00
507,172,000.00
1,106,765,000.00
929,078,000.00
432,386,000.00

.
.
,
,
.
20, 000, 000. 00
4, 220, 687. 80

14, 000, 000. 00 .
16,000, 000. 00
44, 000, 000. 00
27, 000, 000. 00
14, 000,000.00
69,000,000.00 .
47, 000, 000. 00
6, 000, 000. 00
4,277,280,000.00

377,908, 000. 00
223,197, 000. 00
1, 900,385, 000. 00
377,908,000.00 ,
1,122,985,000.00 .
223,197,000.00 ,
776,981,000.00
53,000,000.00 .

'56,'666,'666." 66",
15,000,000.00 .

13, 500,000. 00
10, 000,000. 00
. 21, 500, 000. 00
3,000,000. 00

10,000,000.00 ,
300,000,000.00
200, 000, 000. 00
90,000,000. 00
82,000,000.00 .
50,000,000.00 .
200,000,000.00 .

425, 421, 000. 00
241, 694, 000. 00
1,836,407, 000. 00
425,421,000.00 .
1,175,155,000.00 .

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

1968
Feb. 29

29

29
29
29
29

Securities

Treasury bills—Continued
Regular weekly—Continued
Matming Aug. 29, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 28,1967
Issued for cash
Regular monthly:
Dated Feb. 28, 1967
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Feb. 29,1968, due Nov. 30, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Feb. 29, 1968, due Feb. 28, 1969
Redeemable for cash.
Maturing Nov. 30, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 28,1967
Issued for cash
Matming Feb. 28, 1969
Issued in exchange for series dated
Feb. 28,1967.
Issued for cash.
Treasmy certificates, matming:
Feb. 29, 1968
Mar. 31, 1968
U.S. savings bonds: «
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 (January to AprU)
Series E-1952 (May to December)
Series E-1953.-Series E-1954
Series E-1955
Series E-1956.-Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 (February to December)
Series E-1958
Series E-1959 (January to May)
Series E-1959 (June to December)
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
SeriesE-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 (January to November)
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966.
Series E-1967.
Series E-1968
Unclassified sales and redeniptions
SeriesH-1952
Series H-1953
Series H-1954..._
SeriesH-1955
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 (January)
Series H-1957 (February to December)....
Series H-1968
Series H-1959 (January to May)
Series H-1959 (June to December)
Series H-1960
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1963
SeriesH-1964
Series H-1965 (January to November)
Series H-1965 (December)
SeriesH-1966..
SeriesH-1967
Series H-1968

Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest i

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
6.236
$241,694,000.00
758,744,000.00

44.428
$150,302,000.00
250,855,000.00
999,912, 000.00

5.240
150,302,000.00 .
349,955,000.00 ,

5.281
250,856,000.00 ,
750,931,000.00 .

3.95
4.37

16,099,169.03 .

63.297
63.340
63.377
63.409
63.433
63.468
63.497
63.528
63.464
63.433
63.485
3.620
63.575
63.6O8
63.657
63.702
63.745
3.780
8 3.915
63.959
3.990
6 4.002
83.93I
63.904
63.959
64.0O8
64.059
6 4.106
4.150
4.150
4.150
4.150

363,814.97
2, 607,829.23
3,596,112.01
6, 638,628.26
3,307,830.48
3,093,950.02
3,480,235.23
4,652, 242.76
4,449,406.77
3,942,601.88
3, 227,624.39
1,656,172.47
4,194,880.93
4,663,497.72
4,995,460.84
6,309,193.47
5,582,383.13
36.95
4,900,017.16
5,427,546.73
3,056,680.29
2, 727,563.22
4, 716,212.02
6, 786, 906.95
6,340,298.91
7,942, 728.41
7,649,697.77
6,883,119.95
-85,666. 45
8,218,753. 92
300,431,696.27
237,843.76 .
101,806,503.42

63.435
63.519
63.566
6 3.610
6 3.669
3.700
6 3.866
63.918
3.950
6 3.374
83.901
63.943
63.932
64.023
64.072
8 4. n o
4.150
4.150
4.150
4.150

16,051,443.40

20,074,500.00
34,724,000. 00

2,134,451.27
7,667,306.14
12, 210,607.79
15,396,237.48
14,016, 618.36
8,157, 543.56
10,611,487.32
9,983, 746.01
9, 741,
494.48
8,729, 600.36
7,176, 359.11
2,234,732.42
5,494,335.02
9,868, 387.95
11,166,800.10
12,126,234.02
12,688, 633.36
1,147,993.85
14,303, 680.71
13,900, 730.05
6,607, 207.11
6,626, 831.73
11,098, 788.25
9,369, 604.09
9,233, 062.10
11,604, 961.42
13,343,470.11
14,176, 072.68
1,991, 443. 08
31,330, 757. 65
136,214, 909.19
31, 795,701. 62
623,000.00
1,819, 000.00
3.664,000.00
4.665, 500. 00
4,013, 000.00
268, 500. 00
3,853,000.00
10,880, 500.00
2,260, 500. 00
1,984,000.00
6,688, 500.00
6,040, 000. 00
5,443,500.00
4,615, 000.00
3,994,500.00
2,978, 500.00
230, 500.00
2,972,000. 00
2,142,500. 00
6,000. 00

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

Rate
of
interest i

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent

1968
F e b . 29

U.S. savings b o n d s « — C o n t i n u e d
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
Series J - 1 9 6 6 — Series J - 1 9 6 7 - —
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
Series K - 1 9 5 6 . - . .
Series K - 1 9 5 7 . - Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
29 U.S. savings notes:
Series S-1967
--..
Series S-1968
Unclassified
U . S. r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s
D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1976-80.
R e d e e m e d in exchange for i y % T r e a s u r y
notes. Series E O - 1 9 7 2 .
T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1972
Miscellaneous

2.76
2.76

4.74
4.74
3.90
2.00
2.00
2^




15,210,868.50
4,434.76 ,
4,204,669.26
162,675.74
78,000.00
125,000. 00

-$18,967,000.00
7,023,164.20
105,171.80
7 -1,590,947.20
17, 516,000.00
679,000.00
7 -6,293,000.00
11,562.75
-2,"976.'75
-67,890.25
67,000.00
903,000.00
1,369,000. 00

ly

Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Mar. 29,1968„l
5.00
Mar. 29,1968—
5.00
M a r . 5,1968
6.00
Mar. 2 9 , 1 9 6 8 — . .
5.00
Mar. 29,1968—
5.00
M a r . 29,1968
6.00
M a r . 29,1968
5.00
5.00
Mar. 29,1968—
5.00
M a r . 6,1968._-i
6.00
M a r . 29,1968__:
5.00
J u n e 6,1968—
5.00
Mar. 29,1968—
5.00
Mar. 29,1968—
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign c u r r e n c y series, m a t u r ing J u n e 9,1969-5.57
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Sept. 7,19674 4.899
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
M a r . 7,1968, d u e J u n e 6,1968
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
M a r . 7,1968, d u e Sept. 5,1968
—.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g J u n e 6,1968
4.999
I s s u e d in exchange for series d a t e d Sept.
7,1967
I s s u e d for cash
M a t u r i n g Sept. 5,1968
5.172
I s s u e d i n exchange for series d a t e d Sept.
7,1967
I s s u e d for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
4.95
Mar. 14,1968
5.15
Mar. 2 0 , 1 9 6 8 ._
5.10
Apr. 3,1968...
5.10
A p r . 18,1968
5.10
A p r . 26,1968
4.85
A p r . 29,1968.4.96
May 9,1968--.
5.00
J u n e 6,1968._5.00
Mar. 29,1988
•6.00
M a r . 29,1968..
5.00
M a r . 29,1968
5.00
M a r . 29,1988.5.10
A p r . 16,1968.6.10
A p r . 16,1968
6.10
Apr. 16,19686.10
Apr. 16,19885.10
A p r . 16,1968..
5.10
A p r . 16,1968

F o o t n o t e s a t end of t a b l e .

7 _$8,306,000.00
252,841.60
71,628.00

2.76
2.76

Total February
Mar.

A m o u n t issued 2

1,369,000.00
25,368,729,479.70

'25,"363,'666.'66
21,168,311,238.04

11,000, 000.00
43,000, 000.00
10,000, 000.00
9,000, 000.00
63,000, 000.00
66,000, 000.00
16,000, 000.00
58,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00
69,000,000.00 .
6,000,000.00 .
24,000,000.00
54,000,000.00
100,103,555.40 .

426,652, 000.00
222,215,000. 00
1,852, 700,000.00
426,552,000.00 .
1,175,031,000.00 .
222,215,000.00 .
777,826,000.00 .
10,000, 000.00
10, 000, 000.00
5, 000, 000.00
10,000, 000.00
25,000, 000.00
40,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00
6,000, 000.00
17,000,000.00 .,
16,000, 000.00
15,000, 000.00
2,000, 000.00
31,000, 000.00
10,000, 000.00
16,000, 000.00
38,000, 000.00
23,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

1968
Mar. 12

13
13

14

14

14

14
15
18

19
20
21
21

21

21

22
22

25
26
27
28
28

Securities

Rate
of
A m o u n t issued 2
interest 1

Percent
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
matming—Continued
5.10
A p r . 16,1968
5.10
M a y 29,1968
5.10
J u n e 12,1968
4.95
A p r . 29,1968
5.10
M a y 29,1968
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
M a y 13, 1968
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Sept. 14, 1967
R e d e e m e d In exchange for series issued
Mar. 14, 1968, d u e J u n e 13, 1968...
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 14, 1968, d u e Sept. 12, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
5.107
M a t u r i n g J u n e 13, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Sept. 14, 1967
Issued for cash
5.321
M a t m i n g Sept. 12, 1968
I s s u e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
Sept. 14, 1967
,
Issued for cash
,
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
5.10
May 29,1968...
5.10
J u n e 13,1968
5.10
M a y 29, 1968
5.10
M a y 29, 1968.
5.10
J u n e 13, 1968
5.23
J u n e 18, 1968
5.10
J u n e 13, 1968
5.10
J u n e 17, 1968
5.30
J u n e 19, 1968
5.10
A p r . 16, 1968
5.10
J u n e 13, 1968
5.10
J u n e 13, 1968
T r e a s m y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
4 5. 076
D a t e d Sept. 21, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
Mar. 21, 1968, d u e J u n e 20, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 21, 1968, d u e Sept. 19, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
5.285
M a t m i n g J u n e 20, 1968
I s s u e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
Sept. 21, 1967
Issued for cash
5.377
Matm-ing Sept. 19, 1968.
Issued In exchange for series d a t e d
Sept. 21, 1967
Issued for cash
T a x anticipation:
4.861
D a t e d J u l y 11, 1967.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
6.10
J u n e 13,1968
5.10
J u n e 13,1968
5.10
J u n e 17,1968
5.10
J u n e 17,1968
5.10
J u n e 17, 1968
5.23
J u n e 18, 1968
5.00
Mar. 27, 1968
5.10
J u n e 17,1968
6.20
J u n e 27, 1968
5.10
J u n e 17, 1968
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular weekly:
4 5. 051
D a t e d Sept. 28, 1967..
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
Mar. 28,1968, d u e J u n e 27, 1968....,
R e d e e m e d tn exchange for series d a t e d
Mar. 28, 1968, d u e Sept. 26, 1968.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Amount matmed
or caUed or
redeemed p r i o r
to m a t u r i t y 3

$27,000,000.00
34,000,000.00
$35,000,000.00 .
65,000,000.00 .
23,000,000.00 .
688,593.18

417,659, 000.00
203,174, 000. 00
1,880, 627,000.00
417,659,000.00 ,
1,182,460,000.00 .
203,174,000.00 ,
797,116,000.00 ,
15,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
23,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
8, 000,000.00
150,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
10,600,000.00

.
.
.
,
10,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
30,000,000.00

308,680,000.00
264,084,000.00
1,933,792,000.00
308,680,000.00 ,
1,291,518,000.00 ,
264,084,000.00 ,
736,967,000.00 .
2,003,379,000.00
17, 000,000. 00
10, 000, 000.00
26,000, 000.00
35,000, 000. 00
22,000, 000. 00
150, 000,000.00
20, 000,000,00
31,000,000.00 .
20,000,000.00 .
40,000,000.00 .

401, 424, 000.00
202, 405, 000. 00
1,898, 601,000.00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Mar. 28

29

29
31

31

Securities

Treasury bUls—Continued
Regular weekly—Continued
Matming June 27, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Sept. 28, 1967
Issued for cash
Matming Sept. 26, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated
Sept. 28, 1967
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Apr. 29, 1968
May 31, 1968
May 29, 1968
June 11, 1968
June 12, 1968.
June 13, 1968--.
June 17, 1968.
Treasm-y notes, foreign series, maturing
May 1, 1969....
Treasury certificates, maturing:
Mar. 31, 1968
Mar. 31, 1968.
Apr. 30, 1968....
June30, 1968.
U.S. savings bonds:^
SeriesE-1941.
Series E-1942.-Series E-1943.
Series E-1944
Series E-1945.
Series E-1946
Series E-1947_..
Series E-1948.-.
Series E-1949L
Series E-1950...
Series E-1951.
Series E-1952 (January to April)
Series E-1952 (May to December)
Series E-19.53...
Series E-1954Series E-1955
Series E-1956Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 (February to December)
Series E-1968
Series E-1959 (January to May)
Series E-1959 (June to December)..
Series E-1960
Series E-1961.
Series E-1962i
Series E-1963
Series E-1984
.—
Series E-19.65 (January to November)
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966-Series E-1967
Series E-1968Unclassified sales and redemptions
Series H-1952Series H-1953Series H-1954
SeriesH-1955
.
Series H-1956Series H-1967 (January)
Series H-1'957 (February to December)....
Series H-1968
Series H-1959'(January to May)
Series H-1959 (June to December)
Series H-1980
SeriesH-1961Series H-1982
Series H-1963
Series H-1964Series H-1985 (January to November)

Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
hiterest i

Amount issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
5.185
$401,424,000.00 .
1,206,308,000.00 .

5.301
202,405,000.00 ,
798,122,000.00 ,

4.95
6.10
5.10
5.10
5.10
6.10
5.10

3,000,000.00 .
50,000,000.00 .
50,000,000.00 .
100,000,000.00 .
12,000,000.00 .

5.80

300,000,000.00

4.37
4.989
4.31
5.186
63.297
63.340
63.377
83.409
63.433
63.468
8 3.497
63.528
63.464
83.433
63.435
3.520
6 3,575
63.6O8
e 3.657
63.702
6 3.745
3.780
6 3.915
63.959
3.990
8 4.002
6 3.931
83.904
63.959
6 4.0O8
64.059
6 4,106
4.150
4.150
4.150
4.160
8 3.435
8 3.519
8 3.566
6 3,610
e 3.659
3.700
e 3.866
63.913
3.950
6 3.374
83.901
63.943
63.932
6 4. o23
6 4.072
6 4. n o

$65,000,000.00
300,000,000.00

16,099,169. 03
6,788,894. 79
16,155,933.60
6,871,544.33
366, 564.41
2, 777,800. 66
8,496,932.14
3,141,369.56
3,051,902.48
2,868,177.41
3,408,625.08
4,139,556. 64
4,188,473.97
3, 770,543. 67
3,131, 509.13
936.85
1, 549,
1,861, 073. 64
5,249,393.35
5,496,674.38
6,883,574.18
6,195, 731.14
2,918, 123.40
4,991, 509.11
5,492, 082.60
2,987, 244.37
5,996, 213.88
4,890, 042.47
6, 709,751. 73
6,411,314.58
7, 715,195.99
7,271, 494.23
7,060,376.65
947.77
8,862, 142.82
292,661, 073.62
113,987, 493.75
7 -24,041,205.11

1,940,038.07
8, 286,559.66
12,430, 782. 60
16,825, 316.96
14, 750,597.54
8,612,361.19
10,361, 492.92
11, 680,735.91
10,439, 670.97
9,795,338.01
8,452, 187.99
2,910,357.93
6,470,982.19
11, 659,964. 78
12,490, 273.08
14, 617,909. 00
14,845, 518. 77
1,607, 229.80
16,484, 484.35
18, 001,763.32
7,298,070.68
8,242, 445.14
14,851, 590.21
12,032, 354.33
16,275, 616.77
15,163, 984. 49
18,673, 127.55
17,229, 421.67
2,095,387.36
31,050, 981.37
123,141, 758.55
24, 412.50
7-1,999, 187.27
919, 000.00
1,876, 500.00
3,935,000.00
4,905,000.00
4,182, 000.00
536, 000. 00
3,380, 600.00
9, 728,500.00
1,986,000.00
1,693,000.00
5,312, 600.00
5,168, 000.00
000.00
4, 754,
3,854, 500.00
3,378, 000.00
2,621, 500.00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Rate
of
interesti

Securities

Date

U.S. savings bonds ^-Continued
Percent
1968
Series H-1965 (December)
4.160
Mar. 31
Series H-1966
4.150
Series H-1967
4.150
Series H-1968
—
.—
4.150
Unclassified sales and redemptions
Series J-1956
2.76
Series J-1967
2. 76
Unclassified redemptions
Series K-1966
2. 76
Series K-1957
2.76
Unclassified redemptions
Treasmy notes. Series C-1968
iy
Adjustments of redemptions 8
Treasmy bonds of 1968.
3M
Adjustments ofredemptions s
Treasury notes, Series D-1968
5y
Adjustments ofredemptions»
Treasmy bonds of 1968.
—
3J^
Adjustments ofredemptions s
Treasury notes. Series A-1976
6^
Adjustments of issues 8
Treasury notes, Series B-1969
6^
Adjustments of issues s
31 U.S. savings notes:
Series S-1967
4.74
Series S-1968
4.74
Unclassified
U.S. retirement plan bonds
3.91
Depositary bonds. First Series
2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series
2.00
Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80.. 2%
Redeemed in exchange for:
i y % Treasury notes, Series EA-1972
i y % Treasury notes. Series EO-1972
Treasury notes. Series EA-1972
._.
ly
Treasury notes. Series EO-1972
ly
Miscellaneous
-Total March

Apr. 19

-

-

Treasury bUls:
Regular monthly:
Dated Mar. 31,1967
4 4.306
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
Mar. 31,1968, due Dec 31,1968
-...
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
Mar. 31,1968, due Mar. 31,1969
Redeemable for cash
Maturing Dec. 31,1968
6.423
Issued in exchange for series dated
Mar. 31,1967
Issued for cash
Maturing Mar. 31,1969
Issued in exchange for series dated
Mar. 31,1967
Issued for cash
Treasury certificates, maturing:
6.103
Apr. 1, 1968
6.186
July 1,1968
Treasury notes. Series EA-1968
ly
Redeemable for cash
Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
6.73
maturing Oct. 2,1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
5.10
May 29,1968
5.10
June 17,1968
6.15
July 2,1968
Treasmy notes, foreign currency series, maturing:
4.93
Apr. 3,1968
July 3,1969
- 5.58
Treasury certificates, maturing:
Apr. 3,1968
_ 5.103
5.146
July 3,1968
-

Footnotes at end of table;




Amount issued 2

$911,000.00
51,795,000.00
-11,642,500.00
204,079.20
60,286.80

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$164,000.00
3,194. 000. 00
2,509,000.00
48, 000. 00
-8,360,000.00
9,504,883.80
99,246.80
- 3 , 528,466.50
16, Oil, 600.00
268,000.00
-6,861,500.00
1, 000.00

424," 666" 66
609, 000. 00

'i,'666,"666"66
2,340,000.00 .

""-23^666'66';
16,874,527. 50
2,970,513.00
-29,391. .50
155,282. 77
171,000.00
255,000.00

368,000.00 .
6,931,000.00 .

4,232.25
405.00
2,976.75
58,938.30
392,000.00
40,000.00
368,000.00
6,931,000.00
24,454,500.00

12,378,864,460.45

14,026,140,880.76

160,451,000.00
263,819,000.00
976,106,000.00
160,451,000.00 .
339,098,000.00 .
263,819,000.00 .
736,300,000.00 .
2,862,921.43
2,899, 445.15 .
"212^127^666"66
125,505,158.26 .

"33,'666,'666.'66".
"22,'396,'675."i3'.
""i,"48i,167."86".

3,000,000.00
5,000,000.00

22,412,199.63
1,462,450.59

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96

TABLE 34.—Issues, maturiiies, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1968
Apr. 3

4

4

4

4

4
5
8
10
11

11

11

11

12
16

17

Rate
of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
r e d e e m e d prior
to maturity 3

Percent
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e l i , 1968..
J u n e 12, 1 9 6 8 J u n e 13, 1968..
J u n e 17, 1 9 6 8 - . - .
J u n e 17, 1 9 6 8 J u l y 2,1968
..
. . .
J u n e 28, 1968
A p r . 4, 1 9 8 8 . . . .
M a y 9, 1 9 6 8 . . .
M a y 13, 1968..
J u n e 28,1968
J u l y 3, 1 9 6 8 . . .
T r e a s u r y biUs:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d Oct. 5,1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
A p r . 4, 1968, d u e J u l y 5, 1968..
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
A p r . 4, 1968, d u e Oct. 3, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
..
M a t u r i n g J u l y 5, 1968
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 5, 1 9 6 7 . . .
Issued for c a s h .
M a t u r i n g Oct.;3, 1968.
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 5,1967-.
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
M a y 13, 1 9 6 8 . . .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1988
J u n e 17, 1968...
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Oct. 13, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
A p r . 11, 1968, d u e J u l y 11, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
A p r . 11, 1968, d u e Oct. 10, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
.
M a t u r i n g J u l y 11, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 13,1967
Issued for cash .
M a t u r i n g Oct. 10, 1968
Issued in exchange for series" 'dated
Oct. 13, 1967
I s s u e d for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series.
maturing:
A p r . 16, 1968.
M a y 13, 1968..
J u n e 17, 1968..
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 17, 1968
May 13,1968..
J u n e 17, 1968
J u n e 17, 1 9 6 8 J u n e 17, 1968 ^
J u n e 17, 1968
J u n e 17, 1 9 6 8 . . - .
J u n e 28, 1968..
A p r . 17, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u l y 17,1968

Footnotes at end of table..




5.10
5.10
5.10
5.10
6.10
5.15
5.20
5.10
4.95
5.05
5.20
5.15

$50,000,000. 00
50,000,000. 00
100,000, 000. 00
12, 000, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00
33, 000, 000. 00
$227, 000, 000. 00
16,000,000.00
5, 000, 000. 00
15, 000, 000. 00
12, 000, 000. 00
15, 000, 000. 00

4 5. 098
397, 058. 000. 00
252,130, 000. 00
1,852,348, 000. 00
6.146
397, 058,000. 00
1,203,375,000. 00 .
5.266
252,130,000.00 .
748,318, 000. 00
4.30
5.20
5.20
5.10

261, 291. 50
16,000,000.00 .
28,000,000.00 .
38, 000, 000. 00

4 5. 058
310,972,000. 00
172,663,000. 00
2, 019,692, 000. 00
5.310
310,972, 000. 00
1,289, 513,000. 00
6.399
172,663.000.00
827,848, 000. 00
5.10
5.06
6.10
6.20
5.10
5.05
5.10
6.10
5.10
5.10
5.10
5.20
5.10
5.20
5.50

2,000,000. 00
10,000,000. 00
33, 000,000. 00 .
17,000,000.00 .
13,000,000.00 .
8, 000,000. 00
71, 000, 000. 00
31,000, 000. 00
40, 000,000. 00
33,000, 000. 00
13, 000, 000. 00
14,000, 000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00
116, 000,000. 00
25,000,000.00 .

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TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

18

18

18

22
23

24
25
25

25

25

26

29

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent

1968
A p r . 18

Rate
of
hiterest i

T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Oct. 19, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
A p r . 18, 1968, d u e J u l y 18, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
A p r i l 18, 1988, d u e Oct. 17, 1 9 8 8 . .
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g J u l y 18, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d Oct.
19, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g Oct. 17, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d Oct.
19, 1 9 6 7 . . .
Issued for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e 27, 1968
J u l y 16, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u l y 16, 1968
-..
J u n e 28, 1968
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Tax anticipation:
D a t e d J u l y 11, 1967
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
M a y 28, 1968
-.
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 2 8 , 1968
J u n e 2 8 . 1968
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Oct. 26, 1967
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series issued
A p r . 25, 1968, d u e J u l y 25, 1968
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for series d a t e d
A p r . 25,1968, d u e Oct. 24, 1968.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g J u l y 26, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 26, 1967..
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g Oct. 24, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
Oct. 26, 1967.Issued for c a s h . .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e 28, 1 9 6 8 . . . .
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u l y 26, 1968
J u n e 27, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u l y 3, 1968
T r e a s m y notes, foreign series, m a t m i n g
M a y 13, 1968
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A p r . 30, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u l y 30, 1968
J u l y 30, 1968

Footnotes a t end of table.




4 5.108
$386,410, 000. 00
223, 985, 000. 00
1,891,893, 000. 00
$386,410,000.00 ,
1,216, 052, 000. 00 .
6.668
223,985,000.00 ,
878,659,000.00 .
5.20
5.50
5.20
5.50
6.20

15,000,000. 00
37,000,000.00
11,000,000.00
13,000,000.00
24,000,000.00

.
.
.
.

4 4. 914
3,507,004, 000. 00
5.10
5.20
5.20
5.20

5,000,000. 00
56, 000, 000.00
41, 000,000. 00
31,000,000.00 .

4 5. 090
395, 619,000. 00
281,662,000.00
1,827, 043, 000. 00
5.543
395,519,000.00
1,205,487,000.00 .
6.689
281,662,000.00
819,020,000.00
6.20
6.20
5.20
5.20
5.55
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.20
5.15

2,000,000. 00
12, 000, 000. 00
25,000, 000. 00
16,000,000. 00
175,000,000. 00 .
5, 000,000. 00
2,000, 000. 00
17,000, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00
15, 000, 000. 00

4.30
4.86
6.20
5.50
5.50

1,903,302.14
250, 000, 000. 00
153,000,000.00
250,000,000.00 ,
160,000,000.00 ,

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

30

30

30

30

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeenied prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent

1968
A p r . 30

Rate
of
interest i

T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A p r . 30, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
A p r . 30, 1988, d u e J a n . 31, 1989-R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
A p r . 30, 1968, d u e A p r . 30, 1969
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g J a n . 31, 1969
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
A p r . 30, 1967
Issued for cash
M a t u r i n g A p r . 30, 1969
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d
A p r . 30, 1987..
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
A p r . 30, 1968
A p r . 30, 1968
M a y 31, 1968
J u l y 31, 1968.
U . S . savings b o n d s : ^
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to AprU)
Series E-1952 ( M a y to December)
Series E-1953
Series E-1954
Series E-1955
Series E-1956
Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
Series E-1958
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to December)
SeriesE-1960.
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
SeriesE-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1985 (December)
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Series E-1968
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesH-1952
Series H-1953.
SeriesH-1954
SeriesH-1955
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
Series H - 1 9 5 8 . . .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to December)
Series H-1960
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1963
SeriesH-1964
Series H-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series H-1965 (December)
Series H-1966
Series H-1987
Series H-1968

Footnotes a t end of table.




4 4. 307
$150,236,000. 00
274, 007, 000. 00
977, 991, 000. 00

6.665
$150,236,000.00 ,
350,151, 000. 00 .
6. 603

274,067,000.00 ,
726,717,000.00 .
4.846
4.31
4.46
5.499
6 3. 297
6 3. 340
6 3.377
6 3.409
6 3.438
6 3.488
6 3. 497
6 3. 528
6 3. 464
6 3.433
6 3.485
3.520
6 3. 575
6 3. 608
8 3. 657
6 3. 702
6 3. 745
3.780
63.915
8 3.969
3.990
6 4. 002 '
8 3.931
6 3.904
6 3.959
6 4. 008
6 4. 059
8 4.106
4.150
4.150
4.150
4.150
3. 486
3. 519
3. 566
3. 610
3. 659
3.700
6 3.866
6 3.918
3.950
8 3. 874
6 3. 901
8 3. 943
6 3. 982
6 4. 023
6 4. 072
6 4.110
4.150
4.150
4.150
4.160

16,210,303.85
1,137,370.74
423, 642.24
2,930, 247. 73
6, 656, 365.27
2,974, 067. 01
3, 744, 929. 74
3,007, 241.84
3,284, 925.99
4,046, 933.13
3,940, 334. 76
3, 528, 478.60
3,204, 320.84
1,413, 321. 62
1,729, 602.84
4,149, 057.44
4,496, 692.99
4, 697, 994. 54
5, 080, 192.93
412. 50
5,264, 023.85
5,192, 277. 21
2.799. 152. 70
2.800, 143. 67
9, 029, 765.14
6,990, 148.05
6,850, 674. 58
8,813, 540. 08
8, 003, 761. 64
7,477, 148.40
9, 362, 663. 89
95, 514,371. 73
280, 219,462. 50
7 —3,156,320.15

6
6
8
6
8

19, 000. 00

261, 500. 00
35, 773, 500. 00

1,123, 756. 43
16,155,933. 60

1,496, 718.19
6,138, 864. 07
9, 565, 744. 88
12, 607, 787.12
10,474, 756. 66
6,070, 441.71
7,130, 676. 50
8,094, 746. 47
7,288, 153. 54
7,039, 369. 38
5,913, 679. 76
2,231, 275.77
4,224, 974.85
8,051, 953. 90
8,912, 151. 89
10,081, 536. 88
10,884, 754. 67
964, 947.91
11, 269, 562.56
13, 216, 247. 29
5, 518, 706.13
6, 684, 559.19
11,308, 137.97
9,311, 170. 78
13,258, 974. 37
11,286, 961. 61
13, 421, 425.17
15,498, 949. 49
1,758, 843.43
26,030, 327.43
129,641, 357. 28
98, 906. 25
72,494, 675.01
409, 000. 00
1,332, 500. 00
2,964, 000. 00
3,781, 500.00
3, 699, 000. 00
321, 000. 00
2,485, 500. 00
7,909, 000.00
1,470, 000.00
1,118, 500.00
3,482, 500. 00
3,916, 000. 00
3,171, 500. 00
2,812, 500. 00
2, 538, 000.00
2,027, 500. 00
64, 000.00
2, 302, 000. 00
2, 022, 000.00
21, 600.00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debi
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Securities

Date

1968
A p r . 30

Rate
of
interest i

U . S . savings b o n d s 5—Continued
Percent
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s . .
Series J-1956.2.76
SeriesJ-1957
2.76
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
Series K-1956
2.76
Series K-1957
2.76
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
T r e a s u r y notes. Series D-1968
5y
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s ^
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1968
3M
A d j u s t m e n t s of redeniptions ^
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1968
3%
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s •''
U . S . savings notes:
Series S-1967
4.74
Series S-1988....
4.74
Unclassified
U . S . retireraent plan b o n d s
3.91
.Depositary b o n d s , First Series
2.00
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
2. 00
T r e a s u r y b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-80.
2^
R e d e e m e d in exchange for:
i y % T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1972
i y % T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1973
T r e a s u r y notes, Series EO-1972
ly
T r e a s u r y notes. S e r i e s E A-1973
ly
MisceUaneous
.--T o t a l AprU

May

7 _ $ 2 , 3 3 1 , ooo. 00
168,820.80
67,500.80

$2,815, 500. 00
4, 658,976. 80
65,470. 40
716, 092. 50
8, 357, 500. 00
156, 500. 00
1, 391, 500. 00
-150,000.00
250, 000. 00
-100,000.00

5,834,106.00
11,918,380.50
3,051,193.75
165,383.34
229,000.00
30, 000. 00
,

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .

-13




5.20
5.20
.5.20
5.20
5.20
4.85
5.50

5, 994. 00
1,215. 00
2, 045.25
36,836.16
111, 000. 00
115, 000. 00
16,284, 000. 00
2,489, 000. 00

16,284,000.00.
2,489,000.00.
.-

27,217, 500. 00

15,620,519,021.42

1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
J u n e 28, 1968
2
May 2, 1968.
A u g . 2, 1968
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
2
D a t e d N o v . 2,1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
M a y 2, 1968, d u e A u g . 1, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
M a y 2, 1968, d u e Oct. 31, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
2
M a t u r i n g A u g . 1, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d N o v .
2, 1967
Issued for cash
---,
2
M a t u r i n g Oct. 31, 1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
N o v . 2, 1967
Issued for c a s h . . , . .
3 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u n e 28, 1968
6
J u n e 28, 1968
7
J u n e 2 8 , 1968
8
J u n e 2 8 , 1968
8 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u l y 3, 1 9 6 8 . . .
9 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
m a t u r i n g J u n e 28, 1988
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
9
D a t e d N o v . 9, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
M a y 9, 1968, d u e A u g . 8, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
M a y 9, 1968, d u e N o v . 7, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash

323-147—69-

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued ^

100,000,000.00

18,387,580,723.52

9, 000, 000. 00
24, 000, 000. 00
31, 000, 000. 00
7, 000, 000. 00
44, 000, 000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00

416, 614, 000. 00
272,340, 000. 00
1,811,153,000.00

5.498
416,614,000.00 .
1,183,818. 000. 00 .
272,340,000.00 ,
827,779,000.00 .
5.20
5.20
5.20
'5. 20
5.146
5.20

21,000,000.00
5,000,000.00 ,
19,000,000.00 ,
77. 000, 000. 00
49,753.81
21, 000, 000. 00

340, 063, 000. 00
239, 952, 000. 00
1, 922, 016, 000. 00

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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Secmities

1968
May

9

Treasury bills—Continued
Regular weekly—Continued
Maturing Aug. 8, 1968
Issued in exchange for series dated

Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest 1

Percent
6.606

Nov. 9, 1967

9

10
10
13

13
14

15
15

16

15

16

15
16
16

16

16

17

20

Issued for cash..
Maturing Nov. 7, 1968
6.697
Issued in exchange for series dated
Nov. 9, 1967
Issued for cash
Treasury certificates, maturing July 1, 1968... 5.186
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Juiie28,1968
5.20
June28, 1968-.
5.20
June28, 1968
5.20
June 28, 1968...
5.20
June28, 1968
6.20
July 16, 1988.-.-...
5.50
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
May 13, 1968...
4.30
Mar. 13, 1970
.
5.74
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
inaturing:
May 14, 1967.-5.05
July 16, 1968.-6.60
July 16, 1968.-5.60
July 30, 1968
5.50
Aug. 14, 1968
5.65
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing
June 16, 1969.....
6.05
Treasury notes, Series B-1988
iH
Redeemed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes. Series C-1969
6% Treasury notes, Series B-1976Redeemable for cash
Treasury bonds of 1968...
3^.
Redeemed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes, Series C-1969
6% Treasury notes, Series B-1975
Redeemable for cash
Treasury notes, Series C-1969.
6.00
Issued in exchange for:
4M% Treasury notes. Series B-1968..
33^% Treasury bonds of 1968
Issued for cash...
Treasury notes, Series B-1975
6.00
Issued in exchange for:
i H % Treasury notes, Series B-1968
3J^% Treasury bonds of 1968
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July 30, 1968.......
6.50
July30, 1968
5.50
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
Dated Nov. 16,1967
45.086
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
May 16, 1968, due Aug. 15, 1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
May 16,1968, due Nov. 14,1968
Redeemable for cash
Maturing Aug. 15,1988
6.557
Issued In exchange for series dated Nov.
16, 1967
Issued for cash
Maturing Nov. 14,1968
5.760
Issued in exchange for series dated Nov.
16,1967
Issued for cash..
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July 30, 1968--5.50
Aug. 7, 1968
5.50
July 30, 1968
5.50
July 30, 1968--5.60

Footnotes at end of table.




Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to inaturity 3

$340,063,000.00

1,260,228,000.00
239,952,000.00
861,626,000.00

$522,098. 99
2,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
21,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
19,000,000.00
24,000,000.00
40,203,906.16

40,203,906.16

4,600,000.00
150,000,000.00
--

4,500,000.00
13,000,000.00
13,000,000.00
104,000,000.00

7,745,000.00
5,047,304,000.00
531,793,000.00
7,141,000.00
1,699,554,000.00
753,236,000.00

7,746,000.00
7,141,000.00
3,351,366,000.00
5,047,304,000.00
1,699,554.000.00
14,000,000.00
28,000,000.00

326,326,000.00
:

262,175,000.00
1,922,780,000.00

326,326,000.00
1,273,683,000.00
252,175,000.00
848,887,000.00
6,000,000.00
60,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
4,000,000.00

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

189

TABLE 34.—Issues, maturiiies, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debi
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

Secm-ities

Rate
of
Amount issued 2
interest i

Amount matmed
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

1968 '
Percent
May 20 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing—Continued
Aug 7, 1968
5.60
$43, 000, 000. 00
$28,000,000.00 .
21
Aug. 20, 1968
5.86
40,000,000.00 .
22
Aug. 20, 1968
5.85
23
Aug. 7, 1968
5.60
7, 000, 000. 00
Aug. 20, 1968
6.85
21, 000,000. 00
23 Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Mar. 13, 1970.
5.74
1,817.7 3
Sept. 23, 1969
6.375
100, 000, 000. 00 .
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
23
Dated Nov. 24,1967
45.170 ,
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
May 23,1968, due Aug. 22, 1968
,
383,940,000. 00
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
May 23, 1968, due Nov. 21, 1968
.,
302, 609, 000. 00
Redeemable for cash
1,814,354, 000. 00
23
Maturing Aug. 22, 1968
5.848
Issued in exchange for series dated
383,940,000.00 .
Nov. 24, 1987
1,216, 740, 000. 00 .
Issued for cash
23
Maturing Nov. 21, 1968
5.996 ,
Issued in exchange for series dated
302,609,000.00 ,
Nov. 24, 1967.-.
797,510,000.00 ,
Issued for cash
24 Treasury notes, foreign series, matmhig
50,000,000.00 .
Sept. 24, 1969
6.30
24 Treasmy certificates, matmhig June 30, 1988. 5.186 .
422,065. 28
24 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
Aug. 20, 1968
6.85 .
7,000,000.00
Aug. 20, 1988
5.85 .
2,000, 000.00
27
May28, 1988
6.10 .
5,000,000.00
Aug. 20, 1968
5.85 .
11,000,000.00
27 Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
30,016,162. 66
May 27, 1968
4.65 .
30,106,530.80
Sept. 29, 1969
6.16
28 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matmhig:
3,000,000.00
Aug. 20, 1968
6.85 .
200,000,000.00
29
May29, 1988
6.10 .
2,000,000.00
Aug. 20, 1988
5.85 .
200,000,000.00
Aug. 29, 1968
6.70
90,000,000.00
31
Aug. 20, 1968
5.85
Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
31
Dated May 31,1967
45.246 .
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
395,228,000.00
May 31,1968, due Aug. 29,1968
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
261,256,000. 00
May 31,1968, due Nov. 29,1968
1,946,675,000.00
Redeemable for cash
31
Matmhig Aug. 29,1968
6.697
Issued in exchange for series dated
395,228,000.00
May 31,1967
1,204,808,000.00
Issued for cash
31
Matmhig Nov. 29, 1967
5.869
Issued in exchange for series dated
261,265,000.00
May 31,1967..:
838,666,000.00
Issued for cash.
Regular monthly:
31
Dated May 31,1967
44.350
Redeemed in exchange for series issued
May 31,1968, due Feb. 28, 1989...
150,174,000.00
Redeemed in exchange for series dated
May 31,1968, due May 31,1969
280,489,000.00
Redeemable for cash
970,169,000.00
31
Matmhig Feb. 28,1969
6.086
Issued in exchange for series dated
150,174,000.00 ,
May 31,1967
350,270,000.00 .
Issued for cash...
31
Matmhig May 31,1969
6.079
Issued m exchange for series dated
280,489,000.00 .
May 31,1967
721,678,000.00 .
Issued for cash
Footnotes a t end of table.




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T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

1968
M a y 31 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r h i g :
M a y 31, 1968
J u n e 30, 1 9 6 8 . . . .
31 U . S . savings b o n d s : s
SeriesE-1941.^
Series E - 1 9 4 2 . .
Series E - 1 9 4 3 . .
Series E - 1 9 4 4 . .
Series E - 1 9 4 5 . .
Series E - 1 9 4 6 . .
Series E-1947
Series E - 1 9 4 8 . .
Series E-1949. J
Series E - 1 9 5 0 . .
Series E - 1 9 5 1 . .
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May t o December)
Series E - 1 9 5 3 . .
Series E - 1 9 5 4 . .
Series E-1955.Series E - 1 9 5 6 . :
Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e m b e r ) . .
Series E - 1 9 5 8 . .
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1959 (June to December)
SeriesE-1960..
Series E - 1 9 6 1 . :
SeriesE-1962..
SeriesE-1963
Series E - 1 9 6 4 . .
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) . . .
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1986
Series E - 1 9 6 7 . .
Series E - 1 9 6 8 . .
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s .
SeriesH-1952..
Series H-1953.1
SeriesH-1954..
SeriesH-1955..
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) . .
Series H - 1 9 5 8 . Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1959 (Jmie to December)
Series H-1960
SeriesH-1961.-.
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1963.
SeriesH-1964..
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r ) . . .
Series H-1985 (December)
SeriesH-1966
Series H-1967. i
Series H - 1 9 6 8 . .
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
Series J-1956
1
Series J-1967. _.
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
Series K - 1 9 5 6 . .
Series K-1957.Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
31 T r e a s u r y notes, Series C-1988
Adjustments ofredemptions 8
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series .D-1988
Adjustments ofredemptions
31 T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1988..
Adjustments ofredemptions »
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series A-1975
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues «

Footnotes at end of table.




Rate
of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
4.46
4.97
8 3.297
6 3. 340
6 3. 377
6 3.409
6 3.438
6 3.468
8 3.497
6 3.528
6 3.464
63.433
6 3.485
3. 520
8 3.575
6 3. 608
6 3. 657
6 3. 702
6 3.745
3.780
6 3.915
8 3.959
3.990
6 4.002
8 3.931
8 3.904
6 3.959
6 4.008
8 4.059
6 4.106
4.150
4.150
4.150
4.150

$16,210, 303.85
$16,268,637.40
766, 126.84
3,037, 136.07
3, 556, 379.40
4,738, 735.08
8,807, 513. 62
2,941, 466.28
2,939, 598. 62
3,950, 313. 52
3,786, 082.50
3, 357, 104.09
2,960, 851.04
- 2 6 , 653.51
1,621, 723.47
4,020, 253.73
4,247, 817.87
4, 548, 832.92
4, 809, 764.19
184.95
5,911, 672.84
5,958, 718.91
- 5 2 , 147.34
2,284, 978.19
7, 666, 005.58
6, 537, 604.91
6,452, 334.99
7,490, 298.08
7,249, 108.04
6, 732, 316.33
11.94
8,347, 088.15
26,108, 166.30
436, 368, 837.99
-41,038, 933.80

6 3.485
6 3.519
6 3.566
6 3. 610
6 3. 659
3.700
6 3.866
8 3.918
3.950
6 3.874
6 3.901
8 3.943
8 3.982
6 4.023
8 4.072

6 4.110
4.150
4.160
4.150
4.150
2.76
2.76

69, 600.00
38, 345, 500. 00
-3, 260, 500. 00
157, 355. 60
-852. 80

2.76
2.76

iH

077,800. 50
831, 507. 76
593,137.80
641,085.16
069,844. 86
633, 619.14
770, 587.67
093,819.49
441,895.94
882, 646.49
485,279.26
123, 348.92
049,287.57
11, 935,256. 51
13, 233, 353.89
15, 333.882.40
16, 120,992.38
1,578,454.31
16, 359,241.65
20, 108,268.73
916, 529.87
983, 682.09
18, 106.181.41
13, 981, 681.79
16, 296,286.14
17, 198,868.00
30, 673, 583.45
22, 841, 715.66
2, 481,077.37
40, 130,681.49
136, 905,903.24
58, 198,012. 50
-126, 966,458. 69
585,000.00
1,532,000.00
3,230,000.00
4, 638,500.00
796,000.00
182,000.00
366,000.00
927,000.00
1,548,000.00
1, 490,000.00
4, 197,000.00
4,,710,600.00
3 785,000.00
4, 026,000.00
3,107,600.00
2, 571,000.00
60,000.00
2, 776,000.00
2, 484,000.00
!,
136, 000. 00
7-4, 372,000. 00
989,190. 80
115,337. 20
7-2, 359, 089. 20
10, 826, 500. 00
\
189, 600. 00
.7-2, 841, 500. 00
62, 000. 00

-466,"666."66
" - 4 , " 666." 66

3ys
'iH

-307,000.00 .

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturiiies, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

1968
Percent
M a y 31 U . S . savings notes: i"
Series S-67
4.74
Series S-68
4.74
Unclassified
31 U . S . r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s
3.91
31 D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series
2.00
31 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
2.00
31 T r e a s u r y b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-80.
2%
R e d e e m e d in exchange for 13^% T r e a s u r y
notes Series EA-1973
31 Treasm-y notes. Series EA-1973
ly
31 Miscellaneous.
Total M a y
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 20, 1988
4
J u n e 12,1968
A u g . 14, 1968
A u g . 20, 1968
A u g . 20, 1968
A u g . 20, 1968
• Sept. 4,1968
5
A u g . 20, 1968
.
Sept. 5,1968
5 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g M a r .
13, 1970
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
6
D a t e d D e c . 7,1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J u n e 6,1968, d u e Sept. 5,1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for scries d a t e d
J u n e 6,1968, d u e D e c 5,1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
6
M a t u r i n g Sept. 6,1968
I s s u e d in exchange, for series d a t e d
D e c 7, 1967.
Issued for cash
6
M a t u r i n g D e c . 6,1968
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d
D e c 7,1967Issued for cash
6 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u l y 17, 1968
A u g . 2, 1968
Sept. 6,1968
Sept. 6 , 1 9 6 8 . .
7
Junel2,1968
A u g . 20,1968
Sept. 9, 1968
10
Sept. 4,196811
Sept. 11,196812
J u n e 12, 1968Sept. 4 , 1 9 6 8 - .
Sept. 12, 1968.
12 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
A u g . 15, 1969...
Oct. 31, 1969.
12 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
.June 12,1968.
D e c 12, 1969.12 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u l y 1, 1968
T r e a s u r y bUls:
Regular weekly:
13
D a t e d D e c 14, 1967
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J u n e 13, 1968, d u e Sept. 12,1968.
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series d a t e d
J u n e 13, 1968, d u e D e c 12, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
-.
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .

A n i o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$2,709,960.96
22,938,840.42
- 4 , 071, 696.25
181,008.62
198,000.00
50,000.00

$5, 629. 60
6, 763. 50
- 1 2 , 393. 00
46, 644. 44
320,000. 00
595, 000. 00
9, 855, 000. 00

9,855,000.00,
26, 681, 679, 479. 68

"3i,"853,"666.'66
23, 593,215,215. 96

June 3




5.85
5.10
5.55
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.65
6.85
5.65

46, 000, 000. 00 .
2,500,000.00
4, 500, 000. 00
22, 000, 000. 00
90, 000, 000. 00
29, 000, 000. 00
340,000,000.00 .

'165,'666," 666" 66",

"i7,"666,'666.'66
208, 642. 66

5.74

361, 989, 000. 00
232, 573, 000. 00
2, 007, 660,000. 00
5.650
361,989,000.00 .
1,238,379,000.00 .
232,673,000.00 .
866,866,000.00 .
5.60
5.50
6.65
6.65
5.10
5.85
5.65
6.65
5.75
6.10
5.66
5.75

26,000,000.00
25,000,000. 00
62,000,000.00 .
13,000,000.00 .

""6," 666,'666." 66'.
168, OdO, 000.00 .

'"2i,'666,'666."66".

26,000,000. 00
200,000,000. 00

" " 6 , " 566," 666." 66
53,000,000.00

6,500,000.00 .

6.03
5.90

100,000,000.00 .
100,000,000. 00 .

5.47
5.90
5.186

25,151,878.65 .

26,131,466.85
49,"492."3i

4 5. 256
446,893,000.00
263,453,000.00
1,890,130,000.00

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19>6 8 REPORT OF T H E

SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

1968
J u n e 13

13

13

14
14
14
15
17
17

18

19

20

20

20

20

21
24

24
24

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

T r e a s u r y biUs—Continued
Percent
Regular w e e k l y — C o n t m u e d
M a t m i n g Sept. 1 2 , 1 9 6 8 . . .
5.711
Issued in exchange for series" "da'ted"
D e c 14,1967
$446,893,000.00
Issued for cash
.. . 1,163,694,000.00
Matming D e c 12,1968....
5.789
Issued i n exchange for series d a t e d
D e c 14, 1 9 6 7 . . .
263,453,000. 00
Issued for cash
836,668,000.00
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
Sept. 4 , 1 9 6 8 - .
6.65
5.86
A u g . 20, 1968
27,000,000. 00
5.50
A u g . 2, 1968
5.66
Sept. 4 , 1 9 6 8 . .
5.65
Sept. 6, 1968...
5.65
Sept. 9, 1988...
5.86
A u g . 20, 1968.
19,000,000.00
Treasm-y certificates, m a t m i n g
LOO
D e c 15, 1968..
2,600,000.00
LOO
J u n e 15, 1968..
LOO
2,435,688.35 .
D e c 15, 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . .
LOO
D e c 15, 1 9 6 8 . . :
CertUicates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
6.85
A u g . 20, 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . . .
5.85
A u g . 20, 1968...
./.
5.65
Sept. 9, 1 9 8 8 . . .
5.75
Sept. 17, 1968..
245,000,000.00 .
5.85
A u g . 20, 1968...
A u g . 20, 1968...
5.86
Sept. 17, 1 9 6 8 . . .
5.75
Sept. 18, 1968
6.60
100,000,000.00 .
5.30
J u n e 19, 1968
A u g . 2, 1968
5.50
A u g . 20, 1968...
5.85
A u g . 29, 1968...
6.70
S e p t . l l , 1968...
5.76'
Sept. 12, 1968..
5.76
.
Sept. 19,1968
5.60
193,000,000.00 .
T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d D e c 21,1967
4 6.429 .
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series issued
J u n e 20, 1968, d u e Sept. 19, 1968
R e d e e m e d in exchange for series "d"a"t"e"d"
J u n e 20, 1968, d u e Dec. 19, 1988.
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
M a t u r i n g Sept.. 19, 1968
5.679 .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d Dec.
21,1967
426,822,000.00 .
Issued for cash
1,173, 658,000. 00 .
M a t u r i n g D e c 19, 1968
5.633 .
Issued in exchange for series d a t e d Dec.
21, 1 9 6 7 . - .
304,492,000.00 .
Issued for cash
796,359,000.00 .
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , i oreign series.
maturing:
A u g . 29, 1968-.J
5.70
.
Sept. 17, 1968..
5.75
.
Sept. 18, 1968.
5.60
.
A u g . 20, 1968...
5.85
150,000,000.00 .
Sept. 16, 1968...
5.75
90,000,000.00 .
Sept. 16, 1968
5.75
.
J u n e 24, 1968.
5.66
.
Sept. 18, 1 9 8 8 . . .
5.75
.
Sept. 17, 1 9 6 8 . . .
5.76
.
Sept. 24, 1 9 6 8 . - . .
6.60
60,000,000.00 .
Treasm-y bills:
T a x anticipation:
M a t u r i n g J u n e 24,1968
4 5. 085 .
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign c m r e n c y iseries.
m a t u r i n g Dec. 22,1972
6.26
126,106.340.39 .

Footnotes at end of table.




A m o u n t matm-ed
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

$84,000,000.00
65,000,000.00
3,000,000.00
62,000,000.00
11,000,000.00

2,423,670.50
2,417,449.40
6,000,000. 00
24,000,000.00
90,000,000.00
4, 000,000.00
3,000,000.00
22,000,000.00
10,600,000.00
10,000,000.00
15,000,000. 00
130,000,000.00
21,000,000.00
6,500,000. 00

426,822,000.00
304,492,000. 00
1,874,996,000.00

56,000,000.00
176,000,000.00
29,000,000. 00
29,000,000. 00
50,000. 000. 00
43,000,000.00
47, 000,000.00

5, 533, 784,000.00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1967-June 1968—Continued
Date

1968
J u n e 25

26
27

27

27

27
27

28

28
30

30

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matured
or caUed or
r e d e e m e d prior
to maturity 3

Percent
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
6.85 .
A u g . 20,1988.../
Sept. 19, 1 9 6 8 . - 6.76 .
A u g . 20, 1968
6.86 .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d D e c 28,1967
4 6.312 .
R e d e e m e d in e x c h a n g e for series issued
J u n e 27,1968, d u e Sept. 26,1968
R e d e e m e d in e x c h a n g e for series d a t e d
J u n e 27, 1968, d u e D e c . 26, 1968
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
5.237 .
M a t u r i n g Sept. 26, 1968
I s s u e d i n e x c h a n g e for series d a t e d
$432, 724, 000. 00 .
D e c 28, 1967
1,167, 275, 000. 00 .
Issued for cash
5.485 .
M a t u r i n g D e c 26,1968
I s s u e d in e x c h a n g e for series d a t e d
303, 718,000.00 .
D e c 28, 1987...
801,319,000.00 Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
5.74 .
Mar. 13, 1970
12,000,000.00 .
5.70
D e c 27, 1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
matming:
6.85
20,000,000.00 .
A u g . 20, 1968
5.76
20,000,000.00 .
Sept 16 1968
5.60 .
J u l y 30, 1968
5.85 .
A u g . 20, 1968
6.76 .
Sept. 16, 1968
6.60 .
Sept. 18, 1968
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g
10,000,000.00 5.70
D e c 28,1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
4.97 .
J u n e 30 1968
5.186 .
J u n e 30, 1968
5.14
16,331, 770.86 .
J u l y 31, 1968
5.238
6, 633,106. 68 .
Sept. 30, 1968.
U . S . savings b o n d s : 5
2, 078, 232. 79
6 3.297
Series E-1941
3,954,138.04
6 3. 340
Series E-1942. _
3,851, 598. 92
6 3.377
Series E-1943
11,152, 637.13
6 3. 409
Series E-1944
9, 262, 788. 25
6 3.438
Series E-1945
3,811,305. 02
6 3. 468
Series E-1946
8 3. 497
3,814,990.95
Series E-1947
5, 318, 243.93
6 3.628
Series E-1948
6, 067, 386. 70
6 3. 464
Series E-1949
4,125, 734.16
6 3. 433
Series E-1950
• 3,641,974.04
6 3. 485
Series E - 1 9 5 1 . . . .
- 2 5 , 296. 46
3.520
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to A p r i l ) . .
1, 794, 787. 09
6 3. 575
Series E-1952 ( M a y to D e c e m b e r ) . .
4, 063,486. 32
6 3. 608
Series E-1953
4, 084, 796. 33
6 3. 657
Series E-1954
4,457, 547. 32
6 3. 702
Series E-1955
4,832, 243. 59
6 3. 745
Series E-1956
-68,570.46
3.780
Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y ) .
2,860,330. 87
6 3.916
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
6,809,070. 75
6 3.959
Series E-1968
3,649,858. 61
3.990
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
2, 318, 020. 60
6 4. 002
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to December).—
8,357,436. 68
6 3.931
SeriesE-1960..
7, 226,078. 63
6 3.904
Series E-1961
7,422,000. 57
6 3. 959
Series E-1962
8,058, 683.16
6 4. 008
Series E-1963
8, 223,812.40
6 4. 059
Series E - 1 9 6 4 . . - .
3, 636,446.11
6 4.106
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
4,604,481. 66
4.150
Series E-1965 (December)
9,380, 731. 33
5.150
Series E-1966
9,947,820. 21
4.150
Series E-1967
352,916,625. 00
4.150
Series E-1968
7-11,594,237.91
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
. 6 3. 485 .
SeriesH-1962
.
. 6 3. 519 .
Series H-1953

Footnotes at end of table.




$10,000,000. 00
18,000, 000. 00
10,000,000. 00

432, 724,000. 00
303, 718, 000. 00
1,874, 656,000. 00

17,675, 000. 00

125,000 000.00
9, 000, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00
61, 000, 000. 00

16, 268, 637. 40
6, 449,489. 05

1,336, 764.47
6,102, 065.18
10, 328, 203. 33
12, 040,932.15
10,804,814. 22
6, 094, 554.89
6, 616, 028. 79
7, 974, 708. 68
7,433,056. 60
6,705,392. 90
6,123, 308.47
2, 201,645. 23
4, 203,961.96
8,397, 620.10
9, 056, 049.33
10,956, 663. 05
11, 309,779.96
974,366.17
11,322,837. 69
14,498, 727.47
6,971,317. 74
6,409,967. 21
13, 275,126.61
10,434,977. 65
11, 566, 671.86
12,684, 234. 46
17,491, 247. 69
15,697, 568. 92
1,854,910. 60
27,911,724. 28
79.364.307.90
64,461,093.75
21.880.230.91
427, 500. 00
1,232,500. 00

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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 34.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1 9 6 7 - J u n e 1968—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate
of
interest i

Percent
1968
J u n e 30 U . S . savings b o n d s 5—Continued
6 3. 566
SeriesH-1954
Series H - 1 9 5 5 . .
6 3. 610
6 3. 659
Series H-1956
Series H-1957 (January)
3.700
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) — 6 3. 866
6 3. 918
Series H - 1 9 5 8 . .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
3.950
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to December)
6 3. 874
Series H - 1 9 6 0 . . .
6 3.901
SeriesH-1961
. .
6 3. 943
SeriesH-1962 . .
6 3.982
6 4. 023
Series H - 1 9 6 3 . .
6 4. 072
Series H-1984
. . .
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
« 4.110
4.150
Series H-1965 (December)
SeriesH-1966..
4.150
4.150
SeriesH-1967.
Series H-1968.4.150
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
'""2."76"'
Series J-1956
2.76
SeriesJ-1957
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
2.76
Series K-1956
Series K-1957
2.76
Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
30 T r e a s u r y notes, Series C-1969
6.00
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues 8
30 T r e a s u r y notes, Series B-1975
"'6'5o"'
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues ^
30 U . S . savings notes: 10
4.74
Series S-1967..
4.74
Series S-1968..
Unclassified. J
30 U . S . retirenient p l a n b o n d s
"'*3".9i'"*
30 D e p o s i t a r y b o n d s , F i r s t Series
2.00
30 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , R E A Series
2.00
30 T r e a s m y b o n d s . I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-80. 2M
R e d e e m e d in exchange for i y % T r e a s m y
notes. Series EA-1973
30 T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1973
ly
30 Miscellaneous
'
Total J u n e . .
T o t a l fiscal y e a r 1968

A m o u n t issued 2

$63,000. 00
30,170, 500. 00
2, 481,000. 00
202,133. 20
- 2 5 5 . 20

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

$2,604, 500 00
4, 028, 000. 00
2, 764,000. 00
184, 500. 00
2, 903, 500. 00
8, 221,000. 00
810,000. 00
1,498, 500. 00
3, 663, 500. 00
4,126,500 00
3,446, 500. 00
2,921, 500. 00
2,666, 500 00
2, 227, 000. 00
237,000 00
1,968, 500. 00
1,909, 500. 00
105, 500. 00
4, 457, 000. 00
3, 599, 634. 40
45, 375. 00
2, 053, 056.14
7, 854, 000. 00
126, 500. 00
3,486, 000. 00

-219,000.00
2, 772, 000. 00
543,888.04
17,966,287.83
2,009,070.26
464,964 .56
466,000.00
200, 000.00

4, 711.37
5, 265 .00
11 - 5 , 3 2 5 . 7 5
117,631.82
1, 274, 000.00
1,450, 000.00
802,000.00

802, 000.00
25,595,600.00
13,445,187,355 .84

18, 317, 209,835.95

224,450,989,057.71

205, 621, 578,860.76

1 For Treasury bills, average rate on bank discount basis is shown; for savings bonds, approximate yield
to maturity is shown.
2 Since May 1, 1957, Series E and H bonds have been the only savings bonds on sale. Amounts showii for
Series E and J represent issue price plus accrued discount and for Series H issue price at par.
3 For savings bonds of Series E and J, amounts represent current redemption value (issue price plus accrued
discount); and for Series H and K, amounts represent redemption value at par.
4 Average interest rate for combined original and additional issues.
« At option of owner. Series E bonds dated May 1,1941, thi-ough May 1,1949, may be held and will accrue
interest for additional 20 years; bonds dated on and after June 1,1949, may be held and wUl accrue interest
for additional 10 years. At option of owner. Series H bonds dated June 1,1952, through May 1,1959, may be
held and will accrue interest for additional 10 years.
6 Represents a weighted average of the appi oximate yields of bonds of various issue dates within the yearly
series if held to maturity or if held from issue date to end of applicable extension period, computed on the
basis of bonds outstanding June 30, 1987. (See Treasm-y Circulars Nos. 653 (7th revision) and 905 (4th revision) for details of yields by issue dates, for Series E and Series H savings bonds, respectively.)
7 Amounts transferred from unclassified sales or redemptions to sales or redemptions of designated series,
8 Adjustments of amounts originally reported on date of issue or exchange.
« Settlement made subsequent to last day of month in which biUs matm-ed.
1 Redeemable after 1 year from issue date at option of owner.
0
11 Unclassified redeniptions of savings notes are included in unclassified redemptions of Series E savings
bonds beginning May 1.1968.




T A B L E 35.—Allotments hy investor classes on subscriptions for puhlic marketable securities, fiscal year 1968
[In miUions of doUars. O n basis of subscription a n d aUotment reports!
PART I.—TREASURY BILLS O T H E R T H A N R E G U L A R W E E K L Y

A U o t m e n t s b y investor classes

A m o u n t issued
D a t e of
financing

1967
J u l y 11
July

31

Aug.

31

Sept. 30
Oct.

9

Oct.

31

Nov.

30

Dec.
31
1968
Jan.
15
Jan.

31

Feb.

29

Mar.

31

Apr.

30

May

31

June

30

D a t e of m a t u r i t y

Average
rate
(percent)

One-year
series

9-montli
series i

SERIES

Tax
anticipation
series

Other
series

U . S . Government
investment
accounts
a n d Federal
Reserve
banks

Commercial
banks

Corporations 2

Dealers a n d
brokers

AU other 3

Ul
/ M a r . 22, 1968..
I A p r . 22, 1968..
/ A p r . 30, 1968..
I J u l y 31, 1968..
/ M a y 31, 1 9 6 8 l A u g . 31, 1968..
/ J u n e 30, 1968..
\ S e p t . 30, 1968..
/ A p r . 22,1968..
I J u n e 24, 1968..
/ J u l y 31, 1968...
l O c t . 31, 1968...
/ A u g . 31, 1968..
I N o v . 30, 1968..
/ S e p t . 30, 1968-.
I D e c 31, 1968..

4.861 .
4.898 .
5.164 .
5.160
6.097 .
5.100
5.144 .
5.124
4.934 ,
5.108 .
5.313 .
5.301
5.422 .
5.431
5.555 .
5.644

J u n e 24, 1968..
/ O c t . 31, 1968...
U a n . 31, 1969...
/ N o v . 30, 1968..
I F e b . 28, 1969..
/ D e c 31, 1968..
I M a r . 31, 1969..
/ J a n . 31, 1969...
l A p r . 30, 1969..
/ F e b . 28, 1969..
I M a y 31, 1969...
/ M a r . 3 1 , 1969..
U u n e 30, 1969..

5.058 .
5. 254 .
5. 267
5.240 .
5.281
5.423 .
5.475
5.665 .
5.663
6.086 .
6.079
5.745 .
5.732

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




100
133
234
96
256
195
296

2,000
1,994
225
232
216
337
290
369
1,600
2,901
156
287
175
305
185
320

166
292
166
258
171
285
162
297
156
290
188
335

2,521
108
284
205
338
161
288
94
319
. 181
354
151
193

2,003
2,001 .
96
277
188
263
136
251

500
1,001

501
1,000
600 .
1,000
4 1, 506 .
3,008 .

1,000 .
1,000 .
1 2, 528

500
1,000

500
500 .

1,002 .
1,002 .

2
2 .
21
28
1
24
1
1
3
2

()
*

()
*
()
*
()
*

15
12
47

6
16
11
12
13
4
10
15

()
*
152
332
87
270
52
217
203
374
209'
324

221
340
117
317
128
259
234
199
126
232
148
383

1
6
6
132
9
122
16
139
5
4
6
105
20
100
19
107

>
Ul
HH

O

>

>
Id
t?d

o

5
79
6
78
28
156
10
182
27
111
13

CO

CO

TABLE 35.—Allotments by investor classes on subscriptions of public m a r k e t a b l e securities, financial y e a r 1968—Continued
[ I n millions of dollars]
PARTII.—SECURITIES O T H E R THAN T R E A S U R Y BILLS
Pi
AUotments by investor classes

Issue
U.S. Government
- investment
ComIn exaccounts and mercial
change
Federal
banks o
for other
Reserve
securities
banks

Amount issued
Date of
financing

Description'

1967
Aug. 15 5 ^ % note, Nov. 15, 1968-D 1
0
Aug. 30 6H% note, Feb. 15. 1971-C
Mn^ 1 ^ / 5 ^ % note, Feb. 15, 1969-A lo
INOV. 10 | 5 ^ ^ note, Nov. 15, 1974-A
1968
Feb. 15 5 ^ % note, Feb. 16, 1975-A
F e b . 2 1 5 ^ % note, May 15, 1969-B
Mc^^r 1 r / 6 % note, Aug. 15,1969-C
May 15 |g^^ ^Q^ ^^^y ^5 -^g^^g

For

3,550
2,509
3,156
1, 507

6,363
7, 581
145

5,148

4,277
3,352

14
6,750

Private
pension
and rethem ent
funds

6,066
52
7,486
77-

2,240
1,900
1,-973
716

164
83
127
207

30
15
53
24

65
43
47
66

135
24
125
64

1,280
139
124
3,992

2,430
3,637
2,575
1,624

131
99
277
112

99
7
18
59

75
21
13
40

52
30
42
54

22
3
20
29

State and local
governments«
Pension
and rethement
funds

Other
funds

Dealers
All
and
other«
brokers

317
24
121
87

481
179
535
217

385
180
250
167

12

(*)

169
17
47
129

512
184
81
476

366
140
166
204

3
31

O

>^
W

4
3
1
7

26
6
19
21

• * Less than $500,000.
1 Additional issue of biUs with original maturity of 1 year.
2 Exclusive of banks and insurance companies.
3 Includes individuals, insurance companies, mutual savings banks, private pension
funds. State and local funds, savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions,
and investraents of foreign balances and international accounts in this country.
4 Reopening of earlier issue.
8 Excludes l y percent Treasury EA and EO notes issued in exchange for nonmarketable 2H percent Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80:
6 Includes trust companies and stock savings banks.
7 Includes partnerships and personal trust accounts.
8 Consists of trust, sinkhig, and investment funds of State and local governments,




InsmIndi- ance Mutual Corpovidu- com- savings rations '•
ais ^ panies banks

hj

O
Pi

Ul

o
pi

>

Pi
K|

O
and their agencies.
9 Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, and investments
of foreign balances and international accounts in this country.
1 A cash offering (aU subscriptions subject to allotment) was made for the purpose
0
of paying off the matured securities in cash and to raise new money. Holders of the
maturhig issues were not offered preemptive rights to exchange their holdings, but were
permitted to present them in payment or exchange, in Ueu of cash, for the new
securities offered.
NOTE.—AUotments from July 15,1953, through May 15,1959, wiUbe found hi the 1969"
annual report, pp. 528-530. For succeeding fiscal years see corresponding tables in
successive annual reports and for current figures see inonthly "Treasury Bulletm." -

Pi

>
Ul

d

197

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 36.—Statutory debt retirements, fiscal years 1918-68

fin thousands of dollars. On basis of par amounts and of daily Treasury statements through 1947, and on
basis of PubUc Debt accounts thereafter, see "Bases of Tables"]

Fiscal year

Cumulative
sinking
fund

Bonds
Bonds
and
received FranRepaynotes for loans chise tax
receipts.
ments of received
from
foreign
for
PubUo Federal
debt
estate
Works Reserve
taxes Adminis- banks
tration

1918-1935... 5,349,836 1,579,132
1936
403,238
1937
103,816
i42
1938
65,116
210
1939.
48,518
120
1940
128,349
1941
37, Oil
1942
75,342
1943
3,460
1944
-1
1945
1946
1947
1948.
•"746,'636
1949
7,498
1950-..
1,816
1951--.
839
1962
661
1953
241
1954--.
1955
1966
762,627
1957.1968
1959
-67
1960
1961
1,000,000
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968

66,278

8,734,833 1,679,605

66,278

Total

149,809

Payments
from net
earnings.
Federal
intermediate
credit
banks
2,605

1,501
686
648
316

8,095
134
1,321
668

Commodity
Credit
Corporation
capital
repayments

25,364
18,393

Miscellaneous
gifts,
forfeitures,
etc.

116,954
1
14
139
12
16
16
5
4
3
2
4

Total

7,163,514
403; 240
103,971
65,465
58,246
129,184
64,260
94,722
3,463
2
2
4

(2)

""i,'634 '"45,"609 3 209,828 1,011,636
3 81
178
7,768
8 690
261
48,943
61,709
394
1,232
300
861
285
626
387
387
231
231
462
763,089
139
139

""8,'028

-67
41,000
8 68,000
6 73,100
7 12,336
18,246

149,809

9,825

138,209

1,000,000
1,000
68,000
73,100
12,336

371,206 11,068, Oil

1 Includes $4,842,066.46 written ofl the debt Dec. 31, 1920, for fractional currency esthnated to have been
lost or destroyed in circulation.
2 Beginning with 1947, bonds acquired through gifts, forfeitures, and estate taxes are redeemed prior to
maturity from regular pubUc debt receipts.
3 Represents payments from net eariUngs, War Damage Corporation.
4 Represents Treasury notes of 1890 determined by the Secretary of the Treasury on Oct. 20, 1961, pursuant to the Old Series Currency Adjustment Act approved June 30,1961 (31 U.S.C. 912-916) to have been
destroyed or irretrievably lost and so wiU never be presented for redemption.
» Represents $16,000,000 national bank notes, $1,000,000 Federal Reserve bank notes, and $15,000,000
silver certificates, aU issued prior to July 1,1929; $18,000,000 Federal Reserve notes issued prior to the series
of 1928; $9,000,000 gold certificates issued prior to Jan. 30,1934; aU of which have been determined pmsuant
to 31 U.S.C. 912-916 to have been destroyed or irretrievably lost.
6 Represents $24,000,000 U.S. notes, $1,000,000 Federal Reserve bahk notes, $13,500,000 national bank
notes, and $14,500,000 sUver certificates, aU issued before July 1,1929; $6,000,000 gold certificates prior to 1934
series; $100,000 Treasmy notes of 1890; and $14,000,000 Federal Reserve notes (prior to series of 1928); all of
which were determined on Nov. 16, 1964, pmsuant to 31 U.S.C. 912-916, to have been destroyed or irretrievably lost.
7 Represents $142,000 U.S. notes, $63,000 Federal Reserve barUc notes, $420,000 national bank notes, and
$280,000 sUver certificates, aU issued before July 1,1929; $8,950,000 gold certificates prior to 1934 series; $31,000
Treasury notes of 1890; and $2,450,000 Federal Reserve notes (prior to series of 1928); aU of which were determined on May 26, 1966, pmsuant to 31 U.S.C. 912-916, to have been destroyed or irretrievably lost.




198

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 37.—Cumulative sinking fund, fiscal years 1921-68
[On basis of Public Debt accounts, see "Bases of Tables"]
PART I.—APPROPRIATIONS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S
[In miUions of doUars.]

Fiscal year

1921-1946
1947
—
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
-_.
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
I960
1961
1962-1983
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968-

Appropriations

-

.
.
:.
-

—....

.
-.

Total
D e d u c t c u m u l a t i v e expenditures
Unexpended balance--

11,73L9
587.6
603.5
619.6
619.7
619.8
619.8
619.8
619.8
619.8
623.8
633.3
633.3
633.3
633.3
657.1
680.8
680.8
680.8
680.8
680.8
680.8
680.8

D e b t retired 2 •
AvaUable
for expendi- ture during Par amount
Cost
yeari
(principal)
5,625.0
6,112.6
6,716.0
6,689.0
7,201.2
7,819.2
8,438.1
9,057.4
9,676.9
10,296. 7
10.920.5
10, 791.2
11.424.6
12,057.9
12,69L3
13,348.4
13,029.3
13,710.1
14,391.0
16,071.8
16.762.7
16,433.6
17,114.4

25,841.5
8,727.1
--

6,214.7

6,207.0

746.6
7.6
1.8
.8
.6
.2

746.6
7.6
L8
.8
.6
.2

762. 6

762.6

1,000.0

1,000.0

8,734.8

8,727.1

"

17,114.4

PART II. -TRANSACTIONS ON ACCOUNT OF T H E CUMULATIVE SINKING F U N D

FISCAL YEAR 1968
Unexpended balance July 1,1967
_
$16,433,509,231.72
Appropriation for 1968:
Initial credit:
(a) Under the Victory Liberty Loan Act {2y percent of the
aggregate amount of Liberty bonds and Victory notes
outstanding on July 1,1920, less an amount equal to the
par amount of any obligation of foreign governments
held by the United States on July 1, 1920)
$253,404,864.87
(b) Under the Emergency Relief and Construction Act of
1932 (21^ percent of the aggregate amount of expenditures from appropriations made or authorized under
this act)
7,860,606.83
(c) Under the National Industrial Recovery Act {2y percent
of the aggregate amount of expenditures from appropriations made or authorized under this act)
80,164,079.53
Total initial credit
Secondary credit (the interest which would have been payable during
the fiscal year for which the appropriation is made on the bonds and
notes purchased, redeemed, or paid out of the sinking fund during
such year orin previous years)
......
Total available 1968
Unexpended balance June 30,1968 2

341,429,56L 23

339,419,534.24

680,849,085.47
17,114,358,317.19
17,114,358,317.19

1 Represents appropriations authorized by Congress. There are no specific funds set aside for this account
since any retirements of public debt charged to this account are made from cash balances to the credit of
the Treasurer ofthe United States.
2 Net discount on debt retired through June 30,1968, Is $7.7 milUon.
NOTE.—Comparable annual data for 1921 through 1946 are shown In the 1962 annual report, p. 726.




STATISTICAL

199

APPENDIX

III. U.S. savings bonds and notes
T A B L E 38.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds
fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968 ^ 2

series.

[In mUlions of dollars]
Redemptions
Fiscal year or
nionth

Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Total

A m o u n t outstanding 3

Original Accrued
purdisInterestchase
count
bearing
price

Matured
noninterestbearing

Series E a n d H
1941-55
1956
1957
1958
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966...
1967
1968

._
_

-

Total through
J u n e 30, 1968
1967—July
August
September.
October..-.
November.
December..
1968—January
February..
March
April
May...:
June

79,203.6
6,259.9
4,613.0
4,670.1
4,606.0
4,307.0
4,463.7
4,421.6
4,618.0
4,666.4
4,543.0
4,650.1
4,966.4
4,738.9
139,516.6
410.7
392.3
349.4
403.6
373.4
362.3
458.7
422.6
398.8
384.0
432.2
360.8

9,183.8 88,387.4 49,102.2 46,969.3
1,114.1 6,374.0
4,730.1 4,069.1
1,132.6 6,745.6
6,176.2
4,444.0
1,160.7 5,830.8 5,187.1 4,431.9
1,174.6 5,680.4
5,108.8
4,309.8
1,194.2 5,501.2
5,502.2
4,816.3
1,253.7 5,717.4
4,628.7 3,906.8
1,331.0 6,752.6
4,603.3 3,872.7
1,386.6 6,904.5 4,500.5 3,758.5
1,468.0 6,114.4
4,736.3 3,981.8
1,502.1 6,046.1 4,987.4
4,154.1
1,541.6 6,191.7
5,304.6
4,407.5
1,618.6 6,583.9
6,448.7
4,535.7
1,730.7 6,469.5
5,714.7
4,738.6

3,132.9
660.9
732.2
756.3
797.0
885.9
720.8
730.6
742.0
754.5
833.3
897.1
912.9
976.1

i, 781.9 166, 298.5 114, 726.8 101,195.2 13,531.5
163.6
134.5
141.2
134.2
132.0
153.5
162.6
137.4
144.3
139.9
131.7
165.8

574.2
526.8
490.6
537.8
505.4
605.8
621.2
560.0
643.2
523.9
563.9
616.6

442.0
454.3
433.3
420.0
409.1
446.7
602.2
602.1
516.3
603.4
505.7
480.9

388.0
379.3
363.7
353.4
344.4
374.1
487.6
413.9
426.7
416.1
418.0
395.6

74.0
75.0
69.6
66.6
64.7
72.6
114.7
1.2
89.6
88.3
87.7
85.3

39,286.1 .
40.929.1 .
41,498.5.
42,142.2.
42,715.8 .
42,714.8 .
43,805.6 .
44,964.8 .
46,358.8 .
47,738.9 .
48,794.6
49,681.6 .
50,816.9 .
51,671.7 .
51,571.7
50,949.1 .
51,021.6
61,078.9
51,196.7
51,293.0
51,352.2 .
51,371.3 .
51,429.3
51,457.1
51,477.7
51,535.9
51,571.7

Series F , G, J, a n d K
1941-55
19561957.
1958..
1959.
196019611962.
19631964.
1965.
1966.
1967.
1968.
Total through
J u n e 30, 1968

31,096.5
586.3
268.4

(*)

(*)

31,961.2

1967—July
August
September.
October
November.
December-.
1968—January
Februaiy...
March
April
May
June
F o o t n o t e s a t end o




836.9 31,933.3 12, 634.4 12,298.8
2,940.6
99.6
686.0 3.104.8
83.4
351.8 3, 773.5 3,605.0
3,234.6
66.2
65.2 3,350.6
2,063.4
63.6
63.6 2.137.2
2,921.2
46.0
46.0 3.049.3
32.1
32.1 1,188.0 1,128.8
27.4
27.4
1.109.9 1,059.0
721.7
21.6
21.6
770.7
399.8
17.7
17.7
426.3
333.1
14.9
357.5
14.9
383.7
12.1
418.3
12.1
434.2
7.8
472.3
7.8
3.9
266.0
239.1
3.9
1,322.1 33,273.4

335.6 19,080.3
164.2 16,567.6
168.6 13,123.5
116.9 9,842.2
73.8 7, 786.7
128.1 4.829.0
59.1 3,708.7
2,651.9
50.9
1,954.9
49.0
26.6 1,562.6
1.248.1
24.4
855.7
34.6
396.6
38.1
140.0

218.4
312.8
334.7
331.0
302.8
257.3
221.6
196.8
143.7
127.4
99.3
85.5
80.2
74.7

33,058.7 31,763.1

1,295.5

140.0

74.7

23.3
19.7
20.6
20.5
18.1
17.0
27.3
23.8
19.4
17.2
14.7
17.6

2.4
2.2
1.9
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.9
2.8
2.5
2.0
1.8
1.9

373.6
364.1
333.8
313.4
295.1
229.2
217.3
200.2
185.0
169.9
156.9
140.0

78.0
76.1
74.3
72.5
70.7
117.7
99.7
.90.6
84.3
80.4
77.0
74.7

25.7
21.9
22.6
22.6
20.3
19.2
30.2
26.6
21.8
19.3
16.5
19.5

200

19'6 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 38.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings honds hy series,
fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968 ^ ^—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
Redemptions
Fiscal y e a r or
month

, Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales plus
accrued
Total
discount

Exchanges
of E
Accrued
b o n d s for
disH bonds
count

Original
purchase
price

Amount
outstanding
(interestbearing)

Series E
1941- 66
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960.
19611962.
196319641965.
1966.
19671968.

- . 77,018.7
- . 4,219.3
. . . 3,919.2
. . . 3,888.6
. . . 3,688.0
. . . 3,603.2
. . . 3,689.2
- . 3,674.3
. . . 3,914.0
- . 4,135.6
. . . 4,112.3
- . 4,245.7
- . 4,598.8
. . . 4,465.8

Total through
J u n e 30, 1968... ...129,172.6
1967-- J u l y
August
September
October
November
December
1968-- J a n u a r y
February
March
AprU
May
June

... i
...
... :

...
"..

383.6
366.9
328.1
379.0
363.6
332.8
429.9
395.2
374.9
364.6
414. 2
343.1

3,132. 9
660.9
732.2
755.3
, 797.0
886.9
720.8
730.6
742.0
754.6
833.3
897.1
912.9
976.1

201.3
188.3
218.6
191.3
208.3
188.1
212.6
216.1
195.6

37,186.4
37,897.8
37,969. 0
38,067.2
38,040.3
37,465. 7
37,816. 6
38.260.1
39.166.2
40,190.4
41,078.4
41,852.6
42,958. 6
43,806.4

26, 781. 9 155, 954. 6 110,331.1 96, 799. 6 13,631.5

1,818.0

43,806.4

18.5
18.2
16.3
14.3
14.2
13.9
18.5
19.1
17.1
14.2
17.1
16.0

43.087.0
43,155.8
43,216.8
43.336.1
43,436. 9
43,503. 7
43, 631. 6
43,593.0
43,635. 5
43, 673.0
43,749. 9
43,805. 4

20L3
188.3
218.6
191.3
206.3
188.1
212.5
216.1
195.6

2, 098.7
3, 031.2
3, 529.5
4,075. 0
4, 676. 5
5,269.1
5, 989. 0
6, 694.7
7,192. 5
7, 646.4
7, 716.1
7,829.0
7,858.2
7, 766.3

9,183.8 86,202. 6 49,016.1 46,883.2
1,114.1 5,333.4
4, 622.0 3, 961.0
1,132. 6 5,051.8
4,980. 6 4,248.5
1,160.7
6,049.3
4,196.8
4.961.0
1,174.6
4,862. 5 4,889.4
4,092.4
1,194.2
6,180. 6 4,294.7
4, 797.4
1,253. 7 4,942. 9 4,393.8
3, 672.9
1,33L0
3,612. 6
4,343.3
5.005.3
1,386. 5 5.300.4
4,202. 9 3,461.0
1,458.0
3, 608.6
6, 693. 6 4,363.1
1, 602.1 5, 614.4 4, 538.4 3,705. 0
1,541.6
3, 903. 5
5, 787.3 4,800.6
1, 618.6
3,982.4
6, 217.3 4,895.3
1, 730. 7 6,196. 4
4,178.0
6.154.1

163.6
134.5
141.2
134.2
132.0
153.5
162.6
137.5
144.3
139.9
13L7
165.8

647.1
SOL 4
469.3
513.2
485.6
486.3
692.4
532.6
619.3
504.6
545.9
498.9

326.2
339.3
323.4
314.0
304.9
332.9
43L4
363.9
370.0
364.4
364.2
343.2

400.2
414.3
393.0
380.7
369.6
405.5
546.1
462.1
469.6
452.7
45L9
428.5

74.0
75.0
69.6
66.6
64.7
72.6
114.7
88.2
89.6
88.3
87.7
85.3

Series H
1952- 55
1956
1957.
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968

2,184. 9
1,040.6
693.8
781.6
818.0
703.9
774.5
747.2
604.1
520.8
430.7
404.4
366.6
273.1

2,184. 9
1, 040. 6
693.8
78L6
818.0
703.9
774.5
747.2
604.1
520.8
430.7
404. 4
366.6
273.1

86.1
108.1
195.5
236.1
217.4
32L6
232.9
260.1
297.6
373.3
449.0
504.0
553.4
560.6

Total through
J u n e 30, 1968..- . . . 10,344.0

10,344. 0

4,396. 7

4,396.7

1,818.0

7, 766.3

27.1
25.4
21.3
24.6
19.8
19.6
28.8
27.4
23.9
19.4
18.0
17.7

4L8
39.9
40.3
39.4
39.6
4L1
56.1
50.0
55.7
50.7
63.8
62.4

4L8
39.9
40.3
39.4
39.6
4L1
56.1
50.0
55.7
60.7
63.8
52.4

18.6
18.2
15.3
14.3
14.2
13.9
18.5
19.1
17.1
14.2
17.1
15.0

7,862.1
7,865.8
7,862.1
7,861. 6
7,856.1
7,848. 6
7,839.7
7,836.2
7,821. 6
7,804. 6
7,786. 0
7,766.3

1967-- J u l y . .
August
September
October
November
December.
1968-- J a n u a r y —
February
March
AprU
May.
June.

...
..

...

Footnotes at end of table.




27.1
25.4
21.3
2i.6
19.8
19.6
28.8
27.4
23.9
19.4
18.0
17.7

86.1
108.1
195.5
236.1
217.4
32L6
232.9
260.1
297.5
373.3 •
449.0
504.0
553.4
660.6

.
.
.
.
.

201

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 38.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings honds hy series,
fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968 ^ ^—Continued
[In mUlions of doUars]
A m o u n t outstanding 3

Redemptions
Fiscal year or
month

Sales

Sales
Accrued
plus
disaccrued
count
discount

Original Accrued
Matmed
Interestpmdisnonchase
b e a r m g interestcount
price
bearing

Total

Series F
1941-66..
1956
1957
1958
1969.
I9601961.
1962...
1963.
1964
1965
1966.
1967
1968.Total through June
30, 1968-

(;;)
(*)
(*)

826.9
87.7
67.6
47.1
35.7
27.8
15.4
10.6
5.0
L4

6,784. 6
87.7
67.6
47.1
35.7
27.8
15.4
10.6
6.0
L4

(*)

4,957.7

(*)

1,126.1

6,082.8

1967—July
August
September
October
November
December.
1968—January
February
March .
April.
May
June.

2,800.0
666.3
709.3
487.9
285.2
483.6
212.3
177.9
167.4
67.3
8.6
3.4
2.7
2.1

2,464.8
602.3
644.8
377.6
215.3
370.3
167.9
132.5
124.3
49.9
6.4
2.6
2.0
L6

335.1
163.0
164.6
110.3
69.9
113.1
64.4
46.4
43.1
17.5
2.2
.9
.7
.5

6,072.8

4,952.2

1,120. 6

3
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
1
3
1
1

4,957. 6

.2
.1
.1
.1
.2
.1
.3
.1
.1
.2

.1

(*)

2,876.9
2,249.9
1,698.3
1,169.1
943.9
608.2
33L2
182.9
57.8

m.i
91.2
72.1
34.9
26.8
18.1
14.7
12.0
10.0
10.0

n.8

(*)
(*)
(*)
.1
(*)

11.7
11.6
11.4

n.2

11.1
10.7
10.6
10.4
10.1
10.1
10.0

.1
.1

(*)
.1
(*)
(*)

.1

107.6
157.1
166.8
166.3
13L0

Series G
1941-55..
1956
1967-1958--.
1959I960.1961
1962.
1963.
1964..
19651966-1967.1968

23,437.9

23,437.9

Total through June
30, 196823,437.9

23,437.9

1967—July..
August
September
October.November
December
1968—January
February
March...
AprU
May
June

Footnotes at end of table.




9,743.6
2,300.5
2,719. 5
2, 506. 5
1,668.6
2,066.9
843.9
805.4
496.6
196.8
3L5
16.0
10.4
6.9

9,743.6
2,300.5
2,719.5
2.506.5
1.668.6
2,055.9
843.9
805.4
496. 6
196.8
31.5
16.0
10.4
6.9

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

23,402. 0 23,402. 0 .
.6
.6
.6
.6
.7
.6
.7
.6
.7
.6
.6
.4

5
6
6
6
7
5
7
6
7
6
6
4

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

13,683.3
11,238.6
8.506.3
6.992.1
4.327.4
2.297.2
1,469.0
670.4
188.7

111.1
156.4
168.0
175.7
171.8
146.2
130.5
123.7
108.8
100.7
69.2
63.2
42.8
35.9
35.9
42.3
41.7
41.2
40.5
39.9
39.4
38.7
38.1
37.4
36.9
36.3
36.9

202

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 38.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings honds
fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968 ^ 2—Continued

series.

[In millions of dollars]
Redemptions
Fiscal year or
month

Sales

Sales
Accrued
plus
disaccrued
count
discount

Total

A m o u n t outstanding 3

Original Accrued
Matured
purnonInterestdischase
bearing interestcount
price
bearing

Series J
1952- 55
1956
1957.
1958
19591960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965.
1966.
1967.
1968.

:

Total through
J u n e 30, 1 9 8 8 . . . .

698.8
183.2
92.4

- (*)
- (*)
"""'("*')'""

972.4

1967-- J u l y . .
August
September
October
Noveniber
December
1968-- J a n u a r y
February
Mai-ch...
AprU
May
June

Footnotes at end of table.




15.9
18.1
17.8
18.2
16.7
16.8
16.6
16.3
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9

708.8
195.2
108.3
18.1
17.8
18.2
16.7
16.8
16.6
16.3
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9

33.7
59.6
106.5
98.4
5L2
144.2
39.1
37.2
33.2
46.2
87.6
124.4
136.0
95.0

33.2
58.4
102.6
92.8
47.3
129.2
34.4
3L7
27.4
37.1
65.4
90.8
98.6
68.7

0.5
L3
3.9
6.6
3.9
15.0
4.8
5.5
5.9
9.1
22.2
33.6
37.4
26.3

197.0

1,169. 5

1,092. 5

917.6

.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
• .4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.2

.5
.5
.4
.4
.3
.3
.4
.3
.3
.2
.2
.2

8.5
8.0
6.6
7.3
7.8
7.8
10.1
9.9
8.8
7.1
6.3
6.8

6.1
5.8
4.8
5.2
5.6
5.7
7.3
7.2
6.4
5.1
4.6
4.9

10.0

n.9

673.1
808.6
810.4
730.2
696.9
570.8
548.4
527.9
511.3
48L4
403.8
287.5
154.1
69.8

4.8
8.8
14.0
17.1

174.9

59.8

17.1

2.4
2.2
L8
2.0
2.2
2.2
2.8
2.7
2.4
2.0
L7
L9

146.7
139.8
134.1
127.9
120.9
89.2
88.2
80.9
75.1
69.9
66.3
59.8

13.4
12.7
12.2
11.6

n.o

35.2
28.5
24.1
21.4
19.7
18.2
17.1

203

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 38.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings honds hy series,
fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968 ^ ^—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
Redemptions
Fiscal year or
nionth

Sales

Sales
Accrued
plus
accrued
disdiscount
count

Total

A m o u n t outstanding 3

Original Accrued
Matmed
purdisInterestnonbearing interestchase
count
price
bearing

Series K
2,004. 2
403.1
176.0

1952-55
1956-1957
1958
1959 1960
1961.
1982
1963..
1964
1965
1966- .
1967-1968.T o t a l tlirough
June30,1968-

.

2, 583. 3

1967—July August
September
October-November
December.
1968—January
February
March
AprU
May
June.

(*)
(*)

2, 583. 3

57.2
79.5
238. 2
257. 7
132.2
365.8
92.7
89.4
73.5
116.0
229.8
274.4
323.2
162.0

57.2
79.5
238.2
257.7
132.2
365.8
92.7
89.4
73.5
116.0
229.8
274.4
323.2
162.0

2, 491.4

2,491. 4

80.1

11.7

18.4
13.2
15.3
14.5

(*)

(*)

2,004. 2
403.1
176.0

16.4
13.2
15.3
14.5
11.7
10.8
19.1
15.8
12.1
11.4
9.5
12.2

226.8
214. 2
199.6
185.5
174.2
140.0
13L2
119.3
109.9
100.0
9L6
• 80.1

10.6
10.0
9.3
8.9
8.6
32.0
21.8
17.8
15.1
13.6
12.5
11.7

n.7
10.8
19.1
15.8
12.1
11.4
9.5
12.2

_ .

1.947.0 .
2, 270. 6
2, 208. 6 .
1, 950. 7 .
1, 818. 6 .
1,452.8
1.360.1 .
1, 270. 7 .
1,197. 2 .
1, 081. 3 .
844.3
568.2
242.5
80.1

7.2
8.8

n.4

11.7

*Less than $50,000.
1 Sales and redemption figmes include exchanges of niinor amounts of matured Series E for Series G and
K bonds from May 1951 tlirough April 1957, and Series F and J for Series H bonds beginning January 1960;
they exclude exchanges of Series E for Series H bonds. Redemption figures for fiscal 1953-54 and fiscal years
1960-63 also include the matming Series F and G savings bonds exchanged for marketable Treasury securities during special exchange offerings. The amounts involved were $416.6 miUion in 1953, $.7 milUon in 1954,
$745.4 niiUion in 1980, $147.3 niiUion in 1961, $320.1 milUon in 1962, and $76.1 miUion in 1963.
2 Sales of Series E, F, and J bonds are included at issue price, and their redemptions and amounts outstanding at current redeniption value. Series G, H, and K bonds are included at face value throughout.
3 Matured F, G, J, and K bonds outstanding are included in the interest-bearing debt until all bonds of
the annual series have matured, and are then transferred to matured debt on which interest has ceased.
NOTE.—Series E and H are the only savings bonds now being sold. Series A-D, sold from Mar. 1, 1935,
through Apr. 30, 1941, have all matured and are no longer reflected in these tables. Series F and G were
sold from May 1, 1941, through Apr. 30, 1952. Series J and K were sold from May 1, 1952, through Apr. 30
1957. Sales figures for Series F, G, J, and K after fiscal 1957, represent adjustments. Details by nionths
for Series E, F, and G bonds from May 1941 will be found on p. 808 of the 1943 annual report, and in corresponding tables in subsequent reports. Monthly detail for Series H, J, and K bonds will be found in the
1952 annual report, pp. 629 and 630, and in corresponding tables iu subsequent reports.

323-0.57—69-

-44




T A B L E 39.—Sales a n d redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds hy denominations, fiscal years 1941-68 and monthly 1968 ^
[In thousands of pieces. Esthnated on basis of daUy Treasury statements and reports from Bureau of the Public Debt]
Total, aU
denominations 2

Fiscal year or month

.
$25

$50

3 $76

$100

4 $200

$600

$1,000

$6,000

6 6 $10,000
Pi

Sales 7
1941-65-_.
19561957
1968
1959
1960
1961—
1962
:
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1967—July
August
September
October
November
December
1968—January
February
March
April
May
June

—L

—

— .
-.

1,
1,696,608 1,156,275
90,053
66, 719
90,160
56,327
89,431
54, 908
85,882
52,895
52, 972
85, 607
88,495
53,453
88,479
53,010
89,627
54,629
96,609
59,230
99,560
60,928
103,500
63,430
114,433
71,508
117,279
76,925
10,106
6,638
8,901
5,530
8,548
6,389
10,608
7,076
9,408
6,014
8,976
5,788
11,340
7,683
9, 574
6,108
9,932
6,346
9,916
6,660
10,722
6,854
9,261
5,948

267,768
18,784
20,256
21,043
20,108
20,220
20,434
20,901
21,903
23,442
23,947
24,704
26,476
25,823
2,166
2,072
1,971
2,247
2,128
2,015
2,341
2,119
2,242
2,034
2,422
2,066

—
—
—
—
—
—
—.
—
135
1,141
1,469
1,749
1,860
148
142
141
162
145
140
164
159
166
167
178
159

189,789
10,090
9,969
9,824
9,477
9,208
9,273
9,286
9,623
10,324
10,409
10,714
11,411
10, 769
896
890
826
896
896
829
976
912
942
839
1,002
863

8,798
929
851
893
798
774
789
813
928
1,006
982
1,010
1,068
987
84
83
74
78
78
72
87
84
88
80
97
81

26,230
1,608
1,320
1,304
1,212
1,165
1,201
1,186
l!,233
1,220
1,087
1,101
1,131
987
87
93
77
77
77
70
93
93
83
76
87
72

27,519
1,854
1,396
1,413
1,340
1,230
1,299
1,237
1,270
1,214
1,033
1,042
1,064
906
83
89
67
68
66
60
93
97
73
68
80
60

106
48
29
33
35
27
31
30
25
22
18
17
15
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

4821
12
14
16
11
15
16
16
16
14
13
14
. 12

Pi

H
0

^
^
M
Ul

0

•
n
t^
H

>
Pi
^
0

^

N

W
H
H3

Redemptions ^
1941-65
1956
1957
1968
19591960
1961
1962




1,229,060
89,953
93,176
93,452
88, 647
90, 748
85,077
83,804

892,320
60,014
60,612
59,880
66,036
56, 796
54,280
62, 958

182,015
16,603
18,166
19,467
18,698
19,507
18,654
18,746

—
—
—
-.
—
__.
—
—

109,032
9,925
10,590
10,433
10,394
10,634
9,197
9,150

3,061
537
633
639
675
725
616
653

12,606
1,255
1,354
1,320
1,301
1,351
1,076
1,077

11,839
1,281
1,485
1,464
1,451
1,567
1,139
1,126

4
5
9
11
9
16
10
10

2
3
6
6
5
8
4
6

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1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1967—July..
August
September
October
November
December
1968—January...
February..
March..
April...
May.
June

83,469
87,242
90,012
94,720
98,349
105,057
8,240
8,800
8,431
8,055
7,960
8,557
9,748
9,154
9,196
9,114
9,177
8,628

'

53,018
65,264
56, 736
59, 235
61,960
66,963
5,228
5,669
5,375
5,139
5,165
5,558
6,019
6,856
5,812
5,741
5,886
6,507

19,022 ._
20, 034
20, 744
21,948
22, 627
23,604
1,875
1,967
1,930
1,831
1,747
1,869
2,207
2,046
2,111
2,089
2,018
1,915

..
.

246
585
837

1,032

78
84
83
81
78
83
88
94
91
92
92
88

8,715
9,080
9,322
9,822
9,839
10, 276

811
833
811
770
747
804
1,065

878
900
914
895
849

601
648
694
756
760
808
64
65
62
61
59
61
86
69
69
71
73
68

1,005
1,051
1,070
1,113
1,084
1,107

1,028
1,088
1,122
1,182
1,169
1, 208

86
87
81
81
77
83
126
98
98
97
99
93

92
90
84
86
82
94
149
107
109
105
107
103

12
15
19
22
24
24
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

6
7
9
10
12
13

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1 Sales of Series H began on June 1, 1952, the denominations authorized were: $500,
$1,000, $5,000, and $10,000.
2 Totals include $10 denomination Series E bonds sold to Armed Forces only from
June 1944—March 1950. Details by years will be found in the 1952 annual report, pp.
631, 633; thereafter, monthly detail for each fiscal year appears in a footnote to the
redemptions by denominations table of successive annual reports. Details in thousands
of pieces by months in fiscal year 1968 foUow:

Fiscal year

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1968




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1
3

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3

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2

2

4

1
3

3

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1

3

2

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3

3 Sales of $75 denomination Series E bonds began hi May 1964.
4 Sales of $200 denomination Series E bonds began in October 1946.
6 Sales of $10,000 denomination Series E bonds were authorized on May 1,1952.
6 Includes sales of $100,000 denomination Series E bonds which are pm-chasable only
by trustees of employees' savings plans begirming April 1954, and personal trust accounts beginning January 1966.
7 See table 38, footnote 1.

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96

TABLE 40.—Sales arid redemptions of U.S. savings notes, fiscal years 1967-68 and
monthly 1968
[In mUlions of dollars]
Fiscal year or month

1967.,
1968.

Accrued
discount

Sales

Sales plus
accrued
discomit

L6 — .
200.8
"""0.'3"
Total through
June 30, 1968..

1967—July
August
September
October
Noveniber
December
1968—January
February
March
AprU
May
June

L6
20L1

202.3

202.6

4.8
8.7
1L7
18.8
17.3
17.4
20.2
19.4
19.8
20.8
21.5
20.3

.3
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
,
.
.

4.8
8.7
1L7
18.8
17.3
17.4
20.2
19.4
19.8
20.8
21.6
20.5

Redemptions
Total

(*)

(*)

Accrued
discount

Sales
price

0.1

0.1

.1

.1

-

(*)

1.5
202.6

__r)

202.5

(*)
(*)

6.2
14.9
26.7
46.5
62.8
80.2
100.4
119.8
139.6
160.4
182.0
202.6

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

r-l
(*)
(*)

Amount
outstanding

*Less than $50,000.
NOTE.—Sales of U.S. savings notes began May 1,1967. For details on terms and conditions, see 1967 annual
report, pp. 187-190.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 41.—Sales of Series E and H savings bonds hy States, fiscal years 1967, 1968,
and cumulative ^
[ I n t h o u s a n d s of dollars, a t Issue price. O n basis of r e p o r t s received b y t h e T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t , w i t h
totals adjusted to basis of daUy T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s ]
States

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona...
Arkansas..
California..-.
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
-.Idaho
lUinois
Indiana
---Iowa
Kansas
--Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
--Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan-Minnesota
Mississippi.
--Missouri
'.
Montana
--Nebraska..-Nevada
NewHampshire.
N e w Jersey
.New Mexico.-NewYork......
North Carolina..
North Dakota
Ohio-.
Oklahoma--.
Oregon
Pennsylvania
-Rhodelsland
.S o u t h Carolina
.South D a k o t a
Tennessee
.
Texas
Utah
--Vermont
Virginia
Washington.West V i r g i n i a . .
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Canal Z o n e - . . .
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
--U n d i s t r i b u t e d a n d a d j u s t m e n t t o daUy T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t
Total

Fiscal y e a r
1967

Fiscal y e a r
1968

M a y 1941 to
J u n e 1968

39,771
3,721
22,669
17,982
309,861
29,909
78,570
19,773
44,492
83,472
50,042
12,907
6,741
331,270
129,796
96,527
52,270
48,576
37,827
14,212
82,299
125,463
297,164
59,991
13,666
141,566
14,904
69,448
6,795
9,119
193,763
13,595
513,830
47,030
13,681
308,180
48,605
27,619
422,728
16,813
24,600
18,594
43,768
129,869
20,467
5,029
77,729
50,651
46,864
89,295
5,323
3,489
3,577
367
+589,116

38,177
3,629
20, 289
17, 021
314,834
27, 732
73, 948
19, 528
40, 772
80, 973
50,150
13, 992
5,821
302, 663
124, 213
80, 269
47, 203
45, 541
36, 458
13,945
81, 516
122, 794
283,164
54, 250
13,905
133, 534
11,904
45,967
6,182
9,646
185,495
12, 763
502, 794
46, 439
11, 058
284, 608
46,887
26, 055
410, 563
16,942
23, 319
16, 278
42, 364
133, 776
19,166
4,869
80,329
43, 007
43, 051
82, 767
4,662
3,398
3,498
373
+674, 405

1, 312, 067
2 69, 070
523,819
755,194
9,395,954
1,022,194
2,161, 636
404, 342
1, 420,978
1,889, 099
1,481, 676
497, 936
313, 560
10,967, 911
3,874, 587
3, 692,881
2,156,156
1, 510,879
I, 286, 846
604, 556
1,816, 965
3,828,255
7, 770, 283
2,477, 590
714, 516
3, 909,814
642,434
2,171,166
170,380
314, 083
5, 235, 734
340,163
15, 424,381
1, 509,469
642,305
8, 644,585
1, 659,856
1, 237, 538
II, 615,316
584, 759
769, 006
789, 076
1,384, 576
4, 696, 907
541,983
169, 480
2, 268, 407
2,129,920
1,389, 078
3, 019,946
249,534
86, 457
79, 689
4,845
5 +5,987,845

4,965,365

4,738,866

139,516,579

1 F i g u r e s i n c l u d e e x c h a n g e s of m i n o r a m o u n t s of Series F a n d J b o n d s e x c h a n g e d i n t o Series H b o n d s
from J a n u a r y 1960 t h r o u g h October 1964 a n d Series J for H thereafter; h o w e v e r , t h e y exclude Series E b o n d s
e x c h a n g e d for Series H , w h i c h are r e p o r t e d in t a b l e 38.
2 E x c l u d e s d a t a for period AprU 1947 t h r o u g h D e c e m b e r 1956, w h e n r e p o r t s w e r e n o t available. I n t h e
a n n u a l r e p o r t s for 1952-58 d a t a for period M a y 1941 t h r o u g h M a r c h 1947 w e r e included w i t h " O t h e r Possessions."
3 I n c l u d e s a smaU a m o u n t for other possessions.
N O T E . — S a l e s b y S t a t e s of t h e various series of savings b o n d s were p u b l i s h e d in t h e a n n u a l r e p o r t for 1943,
p p . 614-621, a n d i n t h e s u b s e q u e n t r e p o r t s ; a n d b y m o n t h s a t i n t e r v a l s in t h e " T r e a s u r y B u U e t i n , " beginn i n g w i t h t h e issue of J u l y 1946. Since A p r . 30,1963, figures for sales of Series E a n d H b o n d s only h a v e b e e n
avaUable b y S t a t e s .




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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
IVo—Interest

TABLE 42.—Amount of interest-bearing public debt outstanding, the computed annual.
interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June 30, 1939-68, and at the end
of each month during 1968
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Interest-bearing
debt 1

End of fiscal year or month

1939
1940.
1941..
1942
1943
1944
19461946
1947—
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953...
1954
1955
1966
1957....
1958.
1969..
I960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966..
1967.
1968
-1967—July
August
September.
October.
November
December.
1968—January...
February
March
AprU
May
June.--

-.
-

-

-

:

-

-

Computed
annual interest
charge 2

$39,885,969,732.00
42,376,495,928.00
48,387,399,539.00
71,968,418,098.00
136,380,305,796.00
199,543,355,301.00
256,356,615,818.00
268,110,872,218.00
255,113,412,039.00
250,063,348,379.00
250,761,636,723.00
256,209,353,372.00
252,851,765,497.00
256,862,861,128.00
263,946,017,740.00
268,909,766,654.00
271,741,267,507.00
269,883,068,041.00
268,485,562,677.00
274,697,560,009.00
281,833,362,429.00
283,241,182,755.00
285,671,608,619.00
294,442,000,790.00
301,963,730,701.00
307,366,561,536.00
313,112,816,994.00
315,431,054,919.00
322,285,952,387.89
344,400,607,282.32
327,132,436,870.11
332,409,304,776.94
332,446,660,469.20
337,041,498,654.13
341,570,303.182.62
341,193,684,196.37
342,811,843,118.76
348,313,809,659.44
346,136,127,327.64
343,614,609,332.30
348,902,333,229.04
344,400,507,282.32

$1,036,937,397.00
1,094,619,914.00
1,218,238,845.00
1,644,476,360.00
2,678,779,036.00
3,849,254,656.00
4,963,730,414.00
5,360,772,231.00
6,374,409,074.00
5,455,475,791.00
5,605,929,714.00
6,612,676,516.00
6,739,615,990.00
5,981,367,116.00
6,430,991,316.00
6,298,069,299.00
6,387,225,600.00
6,949,699,626.00
7,325,146,596.00
7,246,154,946.00
8,065,917,424.00
9,316,066,872.00
8,761,495,974.00
9,518,857,333.00
10,119,294,647.00
10,900,360,741.00
11,466,618,472.00
12,616,397,677.00
12,952,924.176.84
15,403,812,018.91
13,221,824,778.45
13,687,608,414.44
13,677,580,047.38
13,996,990,835.83
14,467,683,26L 03
14,553,877,98L 86
14,722,241,488.86
15,112,343,830.37
16,036,622,696.94
16,011,429,077.43
16,534,185,466.98
15,403,812,018.91

Computed
rate of
interest 2
Percent
2.600
2.683
2.618
2.286
1.979
1.929
1.936
1.996
2.107
2.182
2.236
2.200
2,270
2.329
2.438
2.342
2.351
2.576
2.730
2.638
2.867
3.297
3.072
3.239
3.360
3.560
3.678
3.988
4.039
4.499
4.063
4.109
4.137
4.177
4.258
4.292
4.322
4.368
4.371
4.395
4.480
4.499

1 Includes face amount of securities, except that current redemption value is used for savings bonds of
Series C-F and J, U.S. savings notes, and retirement plan bonds. The face value of matured savings bonds
and savings notes outstanding is included untU all of the annual series have matured, when the
entire amount Is transferred to matured debt on which interest has ceased.
2 Comparable annual data 1916-38 are contained in 1962 annual report, p. 736. Current monthly figures
are published in the Treasury Bulletin. Comparable monthly data 1929-36 appear in 1936 annual report,
p. 442, and from 1937 In later reports. Annual interest charge monthly 1916-29 appears in 1929 annual report,
p. 609.
NOTE.—The computed annual interest charge represents the amount of interest that would be paid if
each interest-bearing issue outstanding at the end of the month or year should remain outstanding for a year
at the appUcable annual rate of interest. The charge is computed for each issue by applying the appropriate annual interest rate to the amount outstanding on that date.
Beginning Dec. 31, 1968, the computed average rate is based upon the rate of effective yield for issues
sold at premiums or discounts. Before that date the computed average rate was based upon the coupon
rates of the securities. That rate did not materially differ from the rate on the basis of effective yield. The
"effective yield" method of computing the average interest rate on the pubhc debt more accurately reflects
the interest cost to the Treasury, and is believed to be in accord with the intent of Congress where legislation has required the use of the rate of eflective yield for various purposes.




TABLE 43.—Computed annual interest rate and computed annual interest charge on the public debt hy classes, June 30, 1946-68
[Dollar a m o u n t s i n milUons. O n basis of d a i l y T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s , see " B a s e s of T a b l e s "
M a r k e t a b l e issues
Tota
public
debt

E n d of fiscal year or m o n t h

Total 1

BiUs 2

Certificates

N o n m a r k e t a b l e issues
Notes

Treasury
bonds

Total

Savings
bonds 3

Tax and
savings
notes 3

Other

Special
issues

C o m p u t e d a n n u a l interest rate
1946
1947
1948
1949•
1950-1951
1952
1953
1964195619561957
1958
1969
1960
1961
1962.
1963
1964
-.19651966
1967-.
1968
1967—July....
August
September
October
November-December
1968—January
February
March.
April....
May
June

-

-

-

-

F o o t n o t e s a t end of t a b l e .




--

'...-•
-•
-.-"
-

'

1.996
2.107
2.182
2.236
2.200
2.270
2.329
2.438
2.342
2.351
2.576
2.730
2.638
2.867
3.297
3.072
3.239
3.360 ,
3.560
3.678
3.988
4.039
4.499
4.063
4.109
4.137
4.177
4.258
4.292
4.322
4.366
4.371
4.396
4.480
4.499

1.773
1.871
1.942
2.001
L958
L981
2.051
2.207
2.043
2.079
2.427
2.707
2.546
2.891
3.449
3.063
3.285
3.426
3.659
3.800
4.134
4.165
4.757
4.196
4.253
4.293
4.348
4.457
4.605
4.552
4.609
4.615
4.644
4.756
4.757

.381
.382
1. 014
1.176
1.187
1. 569
1.711
2.254
. 843
1. 539
2. 654
3.197
1. 033
3. 316
3.815
2. 584
2. 926
3. 081
3.729
4.064
4.845
4.360
5.711
4.452
4.632
4.668
4.806
4.980
5.135
5.259
5.324
6.360
5.479
6.638
5.711

.876
.875
1. 042
1. 225
1.163
1. 875
1. 875
2.319
1. 928
1.173
2. 625
3.345
3. 330
2. 842
4. 721
3. 073
3. 377
3.283
4.851
6. 250
5. 250

1.289
1.448
1.204
1.375
L344
1.399
1.560
1.754
1.838
1.846
2.075
2.504
2.806
3.304
4.058
3.704
3.680
3.921
3.854
3.842
4.321
4.764
5.294
4.763
4.910
4.910
4.937
5.073
5.073
5.073
5.141
5.140
6.161
6.294
5.294

2.307
2.307
2.309
2.313
2.322
2.327
2.317
2.342
2.440
2.480
2.485
2.482
2.576
2.619
2.639
2. 829
3.122
3.344
3. 47-13.642
3.655
3.686
3.681
3.686
3.687
3.687
3.687
3.689
3.689
3.689
3.687
3.687
3.687
3.681
3.681

2.567
2.593
2. 623
2.629
2.569
2.823
2.659
2.720
2.751
2.789
2. 824
2.853
2. 892
2.925
3. 219
3.330
3.364
3.412
3.462
3.493
3.713
3.751
3.876
3.761
3.764
3.771
3.782
3.821
3.817
3.822
3.830
3.837
3.850
3.863
3.876

2. 777
2. 765
2.759
2. 761
2. 748
2. 742
2. 745
2.760
2. 793
2.821
2.848
2.880
2.926
2.961
3.293
3.408
3.449
3.482
3.517
3.537
3.744
3. 780
3. 816
3. 783
3. 785
3. 787
3. 789
3.801
3. 804
3.805
3. 807
3.810
3.812
3.814
3. 816

1. 070
1. 070
1. 070
1. 290
1.383
1. 667
1. 785
2. 231
2.377
2.369

4. 740
4. 740
4. 740
4. 740
4.740
4. 740
4. 740
4. 740
4.740
4. 740
4. 740
4. 740
4. 740
4. 740

2.000
2.423
2.414
2.393
2.407
2.717
2.714
2.708
2.709
2.708
2.713
2.718
2.718
2.714
2. 715
2.713
2.670
2.770
2.917
3.105
3.380
3.398
4.340
3.518
3.528
3.586
3.704
3.971
3.920
3.956
4.003
4.046
4.150
4.251
4.340

2.448
2.510
2.588
2.596
2.589
2.606
2. 675
2.746
2.671
2. 585
2.705
2.635
2.630
2.694"
2.772
2.803
2.891
3.003
3.238
3.372
3.693
3.854
4.133
3.863
3.907
3.905
3.907
3.922
3.932
3.905
3.930
3.930
3.962
4.012
4.133

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bO

[DoUar a m o u n t s i n miUions j

I—A

M a r k e t a b l e issues
E n d of fiscal y e a r or m o n t h

Total
public
debt

Total 1

BUls 2

Certificates

o

N o n m a r k e t a b l e issues

Notes

.Treasury
bonds

Total

Savings
bonds 3

Tax and
savings
notes 3

Other

Special
issues

C o m p u t e d a n n u a l interest charge
pi
1946
1947
1948
1949......-.1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
•
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961...
....
1962
1963
1964
1965.......
1966
1987
1968
1967—July........
August
September.
October
November.
December..
1968—January . _
Februai-y_.
March
..
April
May
June

$5,351
6,374
5,455
5,606
5,813
5,740
6,981
6,431
6, 298 .
6,387
6,950
7,325
7,245
8,066
9,316
S.761
9,519
10,119
10,900
11,487
12,516
12,953
16,404
13,222
13, 688
13,676
13,997
14,458 •
14, 554
14, 722
15,112
15,037
15, o n
15,534
15,404

$3,362
3,156
3,113
3,103
3,040
2,731
2,879
3,249
3,07i
3,225
3,758
4,210
4,242
5,133
6,317
5,718
6,422
6,944
7,513
7,878
8,580
8,709
10,684
8,946
9,207
9,308
9,623
9,987
10, n o
10,337
10, 649
10, 591
10, 524
10,921
10,684

$65
60
139
135
160
213
293
442
164
299
549
743
231
1,046
1,249
937
1,212
1,433
1,855
2,136
2,595
2,490
3,573
2,728
2,799
2,900
3,222
3,366
3,489
3,717
3,772
3,714
3,651
3,809
3,573

•Less t h a n $500,000.
1 T o t a l includes P a n a m a C a n a l b o n d s prior to 1961, p o s t a l savings b o n d s prior t o
1956, a n d conversion b o n d s prior to 1947.
2 I n c l u d e d i n d e b t o u t s t a n d i n g a t face a m o u n t , b u t t h e a n n u a l interest charge a n d
the an
interest r a t e
ut
t
un
.
FRASER h n u a l n u a l interest are c o m p a ne d aonn uh e di instc o e s tt rvaatleu eon U n i t e d S t a t e s savings
3 T e an
charge
d n al
er

Digitized for


$305
221
235
381
214
178
533
368
355
162
428
685
1,096
962
833
410
457
728
80
295
295

— ..

$235
118
137
49
274
501
298
534
588
752
746
776
573
902
2,088
2,084
2,408
2,043
2,591
2,017
2,186
2,339
3,764
2,339
2,825
2,825
2,818
3,113
3,113
3,113
3,431
3,431
3,428
3,764
3,764

$2,753
2,753
2,597
2,554
2,387
1,835
1,753
1,903
1,962
2,010
2,034
2,005
2,341
2,221
2,145
2,288
2,344
2,740
3,067
3,727
3,718
3,585
3,347
3,584
3,583
3,583
3,582
3,508
3,507
3,506
3,447
3,446
3,445
3,348
3,347

$1,442
1,530
1,561
1,652
1,735
2,106
2,093
2,069
2,099
2,044
1,972
1,881
1,787
1,728
1,754
1,781
1,798
1,830
1,878
1,948
2,049
2,080
2,259
2,104
2,102
2,115
2,141
2,221
2,194
2,201
2,214
2,217
2,231
2,240
2,259

$1,362
1,420
1,470
1,548
1,581
1,579
1,583
1,598
1,622
1,647
1,637
1,573
1,520
1,496
1,566
1,619
1,642
1,682
1,734
1,770
1,892
1,936
1,973
1,941
1,944
1,947
1,952
1,981
1.962
1.963
1,966
1.968
1.969
1.972
1.973

$72
59
47
63
117
123
118
99
121
45

(*)
10
(*)
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

$9
51
44
41
37
405
391
372
357
352
334
308
286
232
189
162
158
148
144
178
157
144
276
163
157
166
187
257
228
234
242
242
254
260
276

$547
687
782
851
838
903
1,010
1,115
1,128
1,118
1,220
1,234
1,218
1,206
1,245
1,263
1,299
1,345
1,509
1,641
1,888
2,164
2,460
2,171
2,278
2,255
2,233
2,250
2,250
2,184
2,249
2,229
2,256
2,373
2,460

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b o n d s a n d U n i t e d S t a t e s savings notes are c o m p u t e d on t h e basis of t h e r a t e to m a t u r i t y a p p l i e d against t h e a m o u n t o u t s t a n d i n g .
N O T E . — F o r m e t h o d s of c o m p u t i n g a n n u a l i n t e r e s t r a t e a n d charge see n o t e t o t a b l e
42. See t a b l e 26 for a m o u n t s of p u b l i c d e b t o u t s t a n d i n g b y classification. F o r figures for
1939-45 see 1966 a n n u a l r e p o r t , pages 770-1.

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

211

T A B L E 44.—Interest on the public debt by classes, fiscal years 1964-68
[In millions of dollars, on an accrual basis. On basis of Public Debt accounts]
Class of securUies

-

1984

2,099.0
2,194.4
3,508.7

2,469.8
35.7
2,015.9
3,783.3

3,105.3
293.1
2,199.3
3,656.6

3,360.9
37.4
3,081.0
3,512.3

7,802.2

8,304.7

9,254.3

9,991.7

2.0

1.9

.9

.9

.8

.7

.4

6.9

40.3

39.6

24.7
10. 0
7.6

10.9
54.4

23.3
11.1
5.6
100.4
.5

9.0
6.0
6.7
92.2
.5

22.4
10.5
7.8
81.5
.5

9.2
6.5
10.9
72.8
.5

47.2
20.3
5.3
70.2
.5

1,4%. 7
313.6
-

1967

7,354.4

Total marketable issues
Nonmarketable:
Depositary bonds
Foreign currency series:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
Foreign series:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
Treasury bonds, investinent series
Treasury bonds, REA series
U.S. savings bonds:
Series E, F, and J 1
Series G, I-I, and K
U.S. savings notes i
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Treasury certificates.-Treasury bonds
Other 2

1966

1,763.9
343.3
2,302.9
2,944.3

Public issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills 1.
CertUicates of indebtedness.
Treasury notes
Treasm-y bonds.

1965

1,515.8
324.9

1,553.0
323.9

1,641.4
322.7

.1
.1
.4

.3
1.5
.6

.5
3.4
.3

.7
2.4
(*)

1,728.1
330.4
.3
-.9
1.2

2, 051.1

.--

1968

(*)

2, no. 3

Total nonmarketab • e issues

.

1, 924. 5

2, 000. 0

Total pubUc issues

.

9, 278. 9

9, 802.1 10, 355. 8 11, 364.6

12, 262. 3

.

1, 025. 6
025.

312.3
68.1
1,162. 2

387.3
62.1
1, 225. 7

551. 8
338. 5
1,133.8

631. 6
584.1
1, 094.1

.

1, 385. 7

1, 542. 6

1, 655. 2

2, 024. I

2, 309. 8

. 10,664.6 11, 344. 7 12,011.0

13, 388. 7

14, 572.1

pecial issues:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds

264. 5
95. 6

Total special issues
Total interest on public debt
'>ther3
Total interest and charges

.

1.3

2.3

1.0

10,665.9 11,346.5 12,013.9 13,391.0

14,573 0

1.8

2. 9

2, 270. 6

*Less than $50,000.
1 Amounts represent discount treated as interest.
2 Includes Armed Forces leave bonds and adjusted service bonds.
8 Charges for gold and foreign currency purciiases authorized by act of June 19, 1962 (22 U.S.C. 28"c-2(c))
Md act of Oct. 23, 1962 (76 Stat. 1168).




V.—Prices and yields of securities
bO

T A B L E 45.—Average yields of taxahle ^ long-term Treasury bonds hy months, Octoher 1 9 4 1 - J u n e 1968'
[Averages of daily figures. Percent per annum compounded semiannually]
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Dec.

Nov.

Average
Pi

1941..
1942..
1943..
1944..
1946..

2.48
2.46
2.49
2.44

2.48
2.46
2.49
2.38

2.46
2.48
2.48
2.40

2.44
2.48
2.48
2.39

2.46
2.46
2.49
2.39

2.43
2.45
2. 49
2.35

2.46
2.45
2.49
2.34

2.47
2.46
2.48
2.36

2.46
2.48
2. 47
2.37

3 2.34
2.45
2.48
2.48
2.35

2.34
2.47
2.48
2.48
2.33

2.47
2.49
2.49
2.48
2.33

2.46
2.47
2.48
2.37

1946..
1947-.
1948..
1949..
1950..

2.21
2.21
2.45
2.42
2.20

2.12
2.21
2.45
2.39
2.24

2.09
2.19
2.44
2.38
2.27

2.08
2.19
2.44
2.38
2.30

2.19
2.19
2.42
2.38
2.31

2.16
2.22
2.41
2.38
2.33

2.18
2.25
2.44
2.27
2.34

2.23
2.24
2.45
2.24
2.33

2.28
2.24
2.45
2.22
2.36

2.26
2.27
2.45
2.22
2.38

2.26
2.36
2.44
2.20
2.38

2.24
2.39
2.44
2.19
2.39

2.19
2.25
2.44
2.31
2.32

1951..
1952..
1953..
1954..
1955..

2.39
2.74
2.80
2.69
2.68

2.40
2.71
2.83
2.62
2.78

2.47
2.70
2.89
2.53
2.78

2.56
3 2.64
3 2.97
2.48
2.82

2.63
2.67
3.11
2.54
2.81

2.65
2.61
3.13
2.55
2.82

2.63
2.61
3.02
2.47
2.91

2.57
2.70
3.02
2.48
2.95

2.56
2.71
2.98
2.52
2.92

2.61
2.74
2.83
2.54
2.87

2.66
2.71
2.86
2.57
2.89

2.70
2.75
2.79
2.59
2.91

2.67
2.68
2.94
2.55
2.84

1956..
1957..
1968..
1959..
I960..

2.88
3.34
3.24
3.91
4.37

2.85
3.22
3.28
3.92
4.22

2.93
3.26
3.25
3.92
4.08

3.07
3.32
3.12
4.01
4.18

2.97
3.40
3.14
4.08
4.16

2.93
3.58
3.20
4.09
3.98

3.00
3.60
3.36
4.11
3.86

3.17
3.63
3.60
4.10
3.79

3.21
3.66
3.75
4.26
3.84

3.20
3.73
3.76
4.11
3.91

3.30
3.57
3.70
4.12
3.93

3.40
3.30
3.80
4.27
3.88

3.08
3.47
3.43
4.08
4.02

1961..
1962..
1963..
1964..
1965..

3.89
4.08
3.89
4.15
4.14

3.81
4.09
3.92
4.14
4.16

3.78
4.01
3.93
4.18
4.15

3.80
3.89
3.97
4.20
4.15

3.73
3.88
3.97
4.16
4.14

3.88
3.90
4.00
4.13
4.14

3.90
4.02
4.01
4.13
4.15

4.00
3.98
3.99
4.14
4.19

4.02
3.94
4.04
4.16
4.25

3.98
3.89
4.07
4.16
4.28

3.98
3.87
4.11
4.12
4.34

4.06
3.87
4.14
4.14
4.43

3.90
3.95
4.00
4.16
4.21

1966..
1967..
1988..

4.43
4.40
5.18

4.61
4.47
5.16

4.63
4.45
5.39

4.55
4.51
5.28

4.57
4.76
5.40

4.63
4.86
5.23

4.75
4.86

4.80
4.95

4.79
4.99

4.70
6.19

4.74
6.44

4.65
5.36

4.66
4.85

1 Taxable bonds are those on which the Interest is subject to both the normal and
surtax rates of the Federal Income tax. This average commenced Oct. 20,1941.
2 Prior to October 1941 yields were on partially tax-exempt long-term bonds. For
January 1930 through Deceraber 1945, see the 1956 annual report, page 492, and for
January 1919 through December 1929, see the 1943 annual report, p. 662.
8 Beginning Oct. 20, 1941, through Mar. 31, 1952, yields are based on bonds neither
due nor caUable for 15 years; beginning Apr. 1, 1962, through Mar. 31, 1953, on bonds
neither due nor callable for 12 years; beginning Apr. 1, 1963, on bonds neither due nor

callable for 10 years.



.

.

.

NOTE.—For bonds seUing above par and callable at par before maturity, the yields
are computed on the basis of redemption at first caU date; whUe for bonds seUing below
par, yields are computed to maturity. Monthly averages are averages of daily figures.
Each daily figure is an unweighted average of the yields of the individual issues. Yields
before 1953 are computed on the basis of the mean of closing bid and ask quotations in
the over-the-counter market. Commencing April 1953, yields, as reported by the Federal
Reserve Bank of New York, are based on over-the-counter closing bid quotations.
See Treasury Bulletm for current monthly yields.

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of taxable public debt marketable issues June 30, 1967, and June 30, 1968, and price range since first traded
[Price decimals are 32d's a n d + in d ic a te s a d d i t i o n a l 64th's]
J u n e 30, 1968

J u n e 30, 1967
Price

Issue 1
Bid
Treasury bonds:
3 ^ % N o v . 15, 1967
3y8% M a y 15, 1968
3 M % A u g . 15, 1968
3 % % N o v . 15, 1968
2 y % D e c . 15, 1963-68
4% F e b . 15, 1969
23^% J u n e 15, 1964-69
4% Oct. 1, 1969
2 y % D e c . 15, 1964-69
4% F e b . 15, 1970
2 y % M a r . 15, 1985-70
4% A u g . 15, 1970
2 y % Mar. 15, 1966-71
4% A u g . 15, 1971
3 y % N o v . 16, 1971
4% F e b . 15, 1972
2 y 7 o J u n e 15, 1967-72
4% A u g . 15, 1972
2 1 ^ % Sept. 15, 1967-72
2 y % D e c . 15, 1967-72
4% A u g . 15, 1973
4 1 ^ % N o v . 15, 1973
i y % F e b . 15, 1974
i y % M a y 15, 1974
3 K % N o v . 15, 1974
i y % May 15, 1976-85
4% F e b . 15, 1980
3 H % N o v . 15, 1980
3 y % J u n e 16, 1978-83
3 1 ^ % M a y 15, 1985
3 1 ^ % F e b . 15, 1990
i y % A u g . 16, 1987-92
4% F e b . 15, 1988-93
i y % M a y 15, 1989-94
3 % F e b . 15, 1995
3 y % N o v . 15, 1998
T r e a s u r y notes:
3 H % A , A u g . 15, 1967
4 K % E , A u g . 15, 1967
4 ^ % F , N o v . 15, 1967
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Price

Y i e l d to
Ask

99.24
99.05
98.20
98.18
96.20
98.18
95.17
97. 29
94.16
97.08
94.04
96.24
92.12
95.10
94.14
94.18
89.20
94.08
89.02
88.18
93.08
93.20
93.14
94.00
91.16
90.16
89.12
84.08
80.02
80.00
80.04
88.02
85.22
86.04
79.20
80.02

99.28
99.09
98.24
98.22
96.24
98.22
95.21
98.01
94.20
97.12
94.08
96.28
92.16
95.14
94.18
94.22
89.28
94.16
89.10
88.26
93.16
93.28
93.22
94.08
91.24
91.00
89.28
84.24
80.18
80.16
80.20
88.18
86.06
86.20
80.04
80.18

99.30+
100.02
100.05+

100.00+
100.04
100. 0 7 +

maturity 3
Percent
4.31 . .
4.89
5.03
4.98
4.95
4.94
4.94
6.00
4.91
5.14
4.85
5.14
4.77
5.28
5.32
5.35
4.89
5.30
4.91
4.92
5.31
5.32
5.31
5.30
5.28
5.06
5.16
5.14
5.09
4.95
4.97
5.10
5.00
5.08
4.26
4.73
4.11 4.24 4.36 -

Bid

Ask

P r i c e r a n g e since first t r a d e d 2

Yield to
caUor
maturity 3

High
Price

Low
Date

Price

Date

Percent
99.25
99.10
98.18
99.01
97.14
97.30
96.06
97.13
95.17
96.24
93.07
95.17
94.31
94.27
90.26
94.08
90.08
89.21
93.14
93.13
93.03
93.14
91.12
86.30
86.30
83.18
79.06
78.26
78.22
84.30
82.16
83.06
78.22
78.22

99.27
99.12
98.20
99.03
97.18
98.02
96.10
97.17
95.21
96.28
93.15
95.25
95. 07
95.03
91.02
94.16
90.16
89.29
93.22
93.21
93.11
93.22
91.20
87.14
87.14
84.02
79. 22
79.10
79.06
85.14
83.00
83.22
79.06
79.06

5.49
6.75
5.75
5.61
5.29
5.73
5.26
5.70
5.27
5.65
5.22
5.58
5.53
5.59
6.09
5.58
5.11
5.13
5.49
5.56
5.57
5.58
5.50
5.44
5.54
6.33
5.28
5.14
6.14
5.37
5.28
5.33
4.36
4.85

24,1962
12,1961
26,1962
7,1967
6,1946
24,1962
6,1948
21,1958
6,1946
22,1965
6,1946
2,1963
6,1946
26,1982
26,1962
26,1962
6,1946
26,1962
6,1946
6,1946
12,1964
12,1964
22,1965
12,1964
22,1958
5,1967
12,1961
12,1961
4,1954
11,1958
21,1958
26,1962
16,1963
28,1963
18,1955
12,1961

97.16
96.08
95.17
95.09
82.08
94.30
81.10
93.29
81.04
93.08
80.10
92.18
79.28
91.30
90.25
91.02
79.12
90.24
78.24
79.06
89.24
90.09
90.08
90.28
88.06
82.20
83.02
78.10
74.30
74.16
74.08
79.18
77.30
77.30
73.28
74.02

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
May
Aug.
Mar.
Mar.
Nov
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Nov.
Mar.
Mar.
Nov.
Nov.

D e c . 24,1962
101.06
100.10+ A p r . 13,1967
100.17
M a y 18,1967

98.02
99.02
98.19

A u g . 29,1966
A u g . 29,1966
A u g . 29,1966

100.26
102.04
101.06
99.19
108.03
102.08
107.25
n o . 14
107.24
99.19
107.23
100.14
107. 22
101. 27
100.28
101.20
106.16
101.20
109.18
106.16
99.06
100. 01
99.18
101.07
n o . 24
105.28
103.18
97.24
111.28
101. 04
106.26
104.10
100.11
100.26
101.12
95.14

Dec.
May
Dec.
Apr.
Apr.
Dec.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.
Aug.
Apr.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
Dec.
Apr.
Apr.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Apr.
May
May
May
Aug.
June
Apr.
Dec.
Jan.
Aug.
June
May

29,1966
29,1966
29,1966
29,1966
6,1960
29,1966
6,1960
29,1966
6,1960
29,1966
6,1960
29,1966
6,1960
29,1966
29,1966
29,1966
6,1960
29,1966
6,1960
6,1960
29,1966
29,1966
29,1966
21,1968
29,1966
14,1968
14,1968
13,1967
14,1968
14,1968
14,1968
13,1967
14,1968
14,1968
13,1967
13,1967

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traded—Continued

to
i4^

[Price decimals are 32d's a n d + indicates a d d i t i o n a l 64th's]
J u n e 30, 1967
Issue 1
Bid

Ask

Price
Bid

Ask

Percent
Treasury notes—Continued
5 ^ % A , F e b . 15, 1968
4M% B , M a y 15, 1968
4 1 ^ % C, A u g . 15, 1968
5 1 ^ % D , N o v . 15, 1968
5 H % A , F e b . 15, 1969
5 ^ % B , M a y 15, 1969
6% C, A u g . 15, 1969
5% A , N o v . 15, 1970
bV8% C, F e b . 15, 1971
534% A , M a y 15, 1971
53^% B , N o v . 15, 1971
434% A , F e b . 15, 1972
434% B , M a y 15, 1972
53/^% A , N o v . 15, 1974
534% A , F e b . 15, 1975
6% B , M a y 15, 1975
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1967
1 H % E A , . A p r . 1, 1968
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1968
13^% E A , A p r . 1, 1969..
13^% E O , Oct. 1. 1969.13/^% E A , A p r . 1, 1970-.
13/^% E O , Oct. 1, 1970
13^% E . \ , A p r . 1, 1 9 7 1 . . . .
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1971
13^% E A , A p r . 1, 1972
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1972
\ y % E A , A p r . 1, 1973
Certificate of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
534% A , A u g . 15, 1967

100.18
99.27
99.05

100.20
99.31
99.07

4.69
4.94
6.04

99.23

99.27

5.09

100.04
100.12
92.17
97.12

100.08
100.15
97.19
97.16

5.21
5.28
5.38
5.37

99.07
97.30
96.15
94.24
93.12
91.26
90.18
89.20
88.00
86.30

100.03

99.13
98.04
96.27
95.00
93.20
92.00
91.02
90.04
88.16
87.06

100.05

4.60
4.32
4.43
4.67
4.62
4.72
4.67
4.54
4.65
4.60

Y i e l d to
call or
maturity 3

Low

High
—
Price

Date

Price

Date

Percent

99.27
99.27
99.27
99.24
100.03
98.04
99.04
98.18
98.24
96.24
96.18
99.20
99.16
100.26
99.00
97.12
95.20
94.00
92.16
90.24
89.14
87.30
86.20
85.00

99.29
99. 29
99.29
99.26
100.05
98.08
99.12
98.26
99.00
97.00
96.26
99.28
99.24
100.30
99.04
97.20
95.28
94.12
92.18
91.08
89.24
88.30
87.20
86.00

5.46
5.64
5.88
5.92
5.91
5.86
5.74
5.80
5.79
5.76
6.75
5.82
5.84
5.85
5.58
5.12
5.17
6.13
6.07
5.15
5.07
5.07
5.03
5.10

Pi
O
Pi

101.10
100.24
100.02
100.01
100. 07
100. 01
100.04
102. 09
99.30
103.09
104.02
101.16
100. 04
101. 20
101.00
101.04
99.08
98.06
99.00
97.12
95. 26
94.00
92.24
9L28
90.24
89.26
86.22
85.08

Apr.
Apr.
May
Feb.
Jan.
Apr.
June
Apr.
Sept.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
May
Jan.
Apr.
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
June
June

13.1967
10,1987
3.1967
2.1968
25.1968
3,1968
21,1968
7,1967
6,1967
7.1967
10,1967
10,1967
12.1967
12.1968
3.1968
21,1968
29,1967
12.1967
28.1968
28,1968
24,1968
28,1968
12,1967
10,1967
14,1967
7,1967
24.1967
26.1968

99.30
99.27
99.00
99.16
99.15
99.09
99.18
96.28
97.18
97.00
97.04
94.27
94.20
98.00
97.28
99.03
92.00
91.02
90.08
89.25
89.02
87.26
86.08
85.03
84.16
85.12
84.04
82.30

Nov.
June
Dec.
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
Oct.
July
Mar.
Apr.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Dec.
Dec.
May

14.1966
30,1967
6,1967
22,1968
22,1968
22,1968
22,1968
21,1968
21,1968
21,1968
21,1968
21,1968
21,1968
22,1968
21,1968
21,1968
1.1962
17.1963
25.1964
6,1964
15,1966
29,1966
29,1966
21,1966
17.1966
20.1967
22.1967
29.1968

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1 E x c l u d e s T r e a s u r y bUls, w h i c h are fully t a x a b l e . F o r description a n d a m o u n t of
each issue o u t s t a n d i n g on J u n e 30, 1968, see t a b l e 28; for information as of J u n e 30,
1967, see 1967 a n n u a l report, p . 615.
2 Beg n i g Apri
prices
i
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Prices for prior
ai n nofn closing lb 1953, d ask qaret aclosing "bwd eqnu ost s uieodn"s .prices are i n c l u d e dd a t e s are
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range. Date
http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/s of highs a n d lows i n case of recurrence are t h e latest d a t e s . Issues w i t h
original m a t u r i t y of less t h a n 1 y e a r are excluded.

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

P r i c e r a n g e since first t r a d e d 2

J u n e 30, 1968
Y i e l d to
call or
maturity 3

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d a t e w h e n prices are a t p a r or below.
N O T E . — P r i c e s a n d yields (based on closing b i d prices) on J u n e 30, 1967 a n d 1968 are
over-the-counter q u o t a t i o n s , as r e p o r t e d to t h e T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t b y t h e F e d e r a l
R e s e r v e B a n k of N e w Y o r k . Yields are p e r c e n t per a n n u m c o m p o u n d e d s e m i a n n u a l l y
e x c e p t t h a t on securities h a v i n g only one interest p a y m e n t , t h e y are c o m p u t e d on a
s i m p l e I n t e r e s t basis.

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
VI,—Ownership of F e d e r a l securities

T A B L E 47.—Estimated ownership of Federal securities outstanding J u n e 30, 1 9 6 0 - 6 8
[P ar value.1 I n bUlions of doUars]
Held by banks
Total
amount
June
out30
standing 2 T o t a l

Commercial
banks

H e l d b y p r i v a t e n o n b a n k investors

Held
by U . S .
GovernFederal m e n t
Reserve
acTotal
b a n k s counts

Individuals 3

Insurance
companies

Mutual
State, MiscelsavCorpoand
laneous
ings rations 4 local
invesgovern- tors 8
banks
ments 5

I. P u b l i c d e b t issues
1960...
1961.1962...
1963...
1964...
1985.1966—
1967...
1968...

286.3 8 L 8
289.0 89.8
298.2 94.8
305.9 98.3
31L7 95.0
317.3 97.3
319.9 97.0
326.2 102.2
347.6 112.0

55.3
62.5
65.1
64.3
60.2
58.2
54.8
55.5
59.8

26.6
27.3
29.7
32.0
34.8
39.1
42.2
46.7
52.2

53.1
53.7
54.3
55.6
58.6
6L1
64.3
71.8
76.1

15L4
145.5
149.2
153.9
158.2
158.9
158.7
152.2
159.4

69. 7
64.6
65.7
66.0
68.8
70.9
73.1
70.9
74.2

12. 0
1L4
n.3
10.9
10.8
10.5
9.8
8.6
8.1

6.6
6.3
6.2
6.0
5.8
5.6
5.0
4.1
3.9

19.5
18.5
18.2
18.7
18.9
15.3
14.2
n.i
13.0

18.8
19.3
20.1
2L4
22.5
24.1
24.6
24.9
26.6

24.8
25.4
27.7
30.9
3L4
32.5
32.3
32.6
33.7

.5
.4
.5
.5
.6
.6
.7
Ll
L3

1.4
L2
1.0
.8
.8
.6
1.0
.6
Ll

1.1
L6
L8
2.0
L7
2.3
3.0
3.6
4.8

.3
.6
.5
.6
.4
.6
L8
2.0
2.8

I I . G o v e r n m e n t agency issues ^
1960...
1961...
1962...
1963...
1964...
1966-.
1966.1967—
1968—

6.8
6.5
7.9
8.1
8.6
9.3
13.4
18.5
24.4

.8
1.0
L5
L8
2.2
2.5
3.6
5.4
6.5

.8
LO
L6
L8
2.2
2.5
3.6
5.4
6.5

.6
.6
.7
.7
.6
.5
.5
2.0
3.0

5.4
4.9
5.7
5.6
5.8
6.3
9.3
n.i
14.9

L8
LO
L4
1.4
L9
L9
2.3
2.9
4.0

.3
.3
.4
.4
.4
.4
.6
.8
LO

1 Except data including U.S. savings bonds of Series E, F, J, and U.S. savings notes, which are at
current redemption value.
2 Securities issued by the Treasury and Government agencies that are classified as debt under the new
unified budget concept. For debt subject to lunitation, see table 30.
3 Includes partnerships and personal trust accounts.
4 Exclusive of banks and insurance companies.
6 Comprises trust, sinking, and investment funds of State and local governments, Territories, and possessions.
8 Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit associations, corporate pension trust funds, dealers
and brokers, and investments of foreign b.alances and international accounts in this country. Also included
are certain Government deposit accounts and Government-sponsored agencies.
7 Excludes securities issued by the Federal home loan banks and Federal land banks.




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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 48.—Summary of Treasury survey of ownership
[Par value. In

Classification

H e l d b y p r i v a t e investors
covered in T r e a s m y survey
U.S. Governm e n t ac1
Total private
Total amount counts a n d
outstanding i
investors
Federal
Reserve
Mutual
Commercial
banks
savings
banks 2
banks 2

J u n e 30
1987

1968

J u n e 30
1967

J u n e 30

1968

1967

1988

N u m b e r of i n s t i t u t i o n s or f u n d s .

J u n e 30
1967

1968

6,886 6,847

J u n e 301967
503

1968
501

P u b l i c d e b t issues: I n t e r e s t bearing p u b U c d e b t securities:
210,672 226, 591 60,352 66,921 150,320 159, 670 45,525 48, 340 4,046 3,885
Marketable
Nonmarketable ^
55,511! 58,434 2,071 2,071 53,440 56, 363
80
61
39
32
56,103 59, 374 58, 061 59, 222
Special issues
152
52
T o t a l interest-bearing
p u b l i c d e b t securities
Matured debt and debt
b e a r i n g n o interest
Total public debt
securities
G o v e r n m e n t agency issues:
R e g u l a r issues
P a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates 6
Total Government
a g e n c y securities
covered i n T r e a s u r y
survey
_
..
Nonsurveyed Government
agency securities
:
Total Government
agency securities..

322,288 344,401 118,474 128,214 203,812 216,186 45,606 48,401 4,085 3,917
3,935

3,178

3,935

3,178

326, 221 .347. 578 118 474 128 9,14 207, 747 219,364 45,605 48,401 4,085 3,917
9,422 12, 356
6,994 10,083

826
900

18,416 22,439

1,726

2,039

1,960

284

18, 455 24,399

2,010

765
1,966

8,596 11,591 1,685 1,663
6,094 8,117 1,610 2,136

2,731 14, 690 19, 708 3,295 3,798
271

1,755

572
268

689
432|

840 1,121

1,689

3,001 16,446 21, 398

T o t a l F e d e r a l s e c u r i t i e s . . . . 344,676 371. 978 120.484 131, 215 224,192 240, 762
1 Securities issued by the Treasury and Government agencies that are classified as debt under the new
unified budget concept. For debt subject to limitation, see table 30.
2 Excludes trust departments.
3 Included with all other investors are those banks, insurance companies, savings and loan associations,
corporations, and State and local governinent funds not reporting in the Treasury survey. Also included
are certain (Government deposit accounts and Government-sponsored agencies.




217

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
of Federal securities, June SO, 1967 and 1968
miUions of doUars
H e l d b y p r i v a t e investors covered in T r e a s u r y sm'vey—Continued
S t a t e a n d local
governments

I n s m a n c e companies
Fh-e,
casualty,
and
marine

LUe

J u n e 30
1967 1968
295

294

J u n e 30
1967
469

1968
466

Savings
a n d loan
associations

Corporations
General
funds

J u n e 30
1967

1968

488

488

J u n e 30
1967

1988

469

489

Pension
and
rethement
funds

J u n e 30

J u n e 30

1987
316

1968
316

1967
190

1968

AU other
private
investors 3

Memorand u m : Held
b y corpora t e pension t r u s t
funds 4

J m i e 30

J u n e 30

1967

1968

188

1967

1968

22, 570 25,920

3,891 3,691 3,516 3,252 3,964 4,799 4,022 6,333 9,394 9,721 5,441 4,922 70,621 75, 727 1,687 1,890
34
60
41
23
18
1
76
80
63 53,052 66,053
39
50
1
156
158
52
152
3,941 3,732 3,555 3,286 3,987 4,817 4,023 5,334 9,470 9,781 5,521 4,985 123,625 131,932 1.843 2,048
3,935

3,178

3,941 3,732 3,555 3,286 3,987 4,817 4,023 5,334 9,470 9,781 5,521 4,985 127, 560 135, n o 1,843 2,048
136
11

156
38

138
229

163
283

342
129

305
174

277
108

519
180

827 1,671
151
409

234
398

240
625

4,385
3,190

6,185
3,843

143
130

122
157

147

192

367

446

471

479

385

699

978 2,080

632

865

7,575 10, 028

273

279

.1
4 Consists of corporate pension trust funds and profit-sharing plans which involve retirement benefits.
Quarterly data are presented in the "Treasury Bulletin" as supplemental information in a memorandum
column accompanying .the Survey of Ownership for each reporting date, beginning with Dec. 31, 1953.
The corresponding information from earlier reports, beginning with Dec. 31, 1949, is summarized in the
March 1954 "Treasury BuUetin," p. 30.
6 U.S. savings bonds, Series E and J, and U.S. savings notes are included at cmrent redemption value.
8 Includes Export-Import Bank and Federal National Mortgage Association participation certificates.




218

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

Account of the Treasurer of the United States
T A B L E 49.—Assets and liabiliiies in the account of the Treasurer of the United Staies,
J u n e 30, 1967 and 1968
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
June 30,1967

June 30, 1968

Increase, or
decrease (—)

GOLD

Assets: Gold

$13,109,683,754.06 $10,368,918,813.50

LiabiUties:
Gold certificates, Series of 1934, outstanding.
1,277,800.00
Gold certificate fund—Board of Governors,
Federal Reserve Systeni
10, 772,649,947.39
International Monetary Fund gold deposit232,965,184.14
Redemption fund—Federal Reserve notes. - 1,834,763,325.26
Reserve against U.S. notes outstanding
156,039,430.93
Gold balance....
111,988,068.34
Total

.

13,109,683,754.06

-$2,742,764,940.56

1,277,800.00 .
10,024,361,603.57
229,992,817.33
(i)
(2)
111,286,592.60

-748,288,343.82
-2,972,368.81
-1,834,763,325.26
-166,039,430.93
-701,473.74

10,366, 918,813. 50 - 2 , 742, 764,940. 56

SILVER

Assets:
Silver bullion at inonetary value
Silver doUai'S
Total
---

569,203,322. 78
2,982,447. 00

Total...

-569,203,322 78
-2,982,447. 00

(3)

-572,185, 769. 78

397, 567,014.00
174, 618,755. 78

(3) (5)
(3)

-397, 567, 014. 00
-174,618,755.78

572,185, 769.78

Liabilities:
Silver certificates (issued after June 30,1929)
outstanding
Silver balance

(3) (4)
(3) ( )
*

572,185, 769.78

.
'.

(3)

-572,185, 769. 78

GENERAL ACCOUNT

Assets:
In Treasm-y offices:
Gold balance (as above)
Silver doUars
Fractional coin
Paper cmrencyCoinage metal:
Silver
Other.I-..Unclassified
coUections,
uncollected
items, exchanges, etc. (net)
Subtotal

.--

111, 988,066.34
681,272,868.26
136,636,917.00

111, 286,592.60
3,016,476.00
368,457,717.12
181,370,610.00

-701,473. 74
3,015,476. 00
-312,815,151.14
44,733,693.00

8 174,618,755.78
166,406,296.99

85,300,158.84
129,575,486.54

-89,318, 596. 94
-36,830,810.45

62,044,407.48

86,100,773.74

24,056,366.26

1,332,967,311.85

985,106,814.84

-367,860,497.01

1,073,689,847.94
361,535,486.85

-237, 798,319.00
-225,229, 691.02

4,113,454,028.48
154,698,538.71
35,577,405.40

-158,122,344.91
-95,377,499.08
19,455,948.35

Deposits in:
Federal Reserve banks:
Available funds
1,311,488,166.94
In process of coUection
576,766,177.87
Special depositaries, Treasm-y tax and
loan accounts
.
' 4,271,576,373.39
National and other baink deposUaries
250,076,037.77
Foreign deposUaries . J
16,121,457.05
Subtotal

.-

Total assets, Treasurer's account
Net transactions in transit as of June 30,
increase or decrease ( - )
General account balance, final basis

6,426,027,213.02

6.728,955,307.38

-697,071,906. 64

7.758,994,524.87

6,694,062,122.22

-1,064,932,402.65

119,525,349.69
7,878,519,874.46

90,630,716.99
6,784,692,839.21

-28,894,632.60
-1,093,827,035.25

1 Pmsuant to PubUc Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18,1968, this fund was combined with "Gold certificate
und—Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System," effective Mar. 19, 1968.
2 Pm-suant to Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18,1968, this account was closed Mar. 19,1968, by adding
an equal aniount of U.S. notes to the pubhc debt.
3 The separate silver section ofthe account ofthe Treasurer ofthe United States was eliminated from daily
Treasury statements beginning June 25, 1968, since silver certificates were no longer redeemable in silver
after June 24,1968 (31 U.S.C. 405a-3).
* 165 million fine troy ounces of silver valued at $213,333,333,18 were transferred to the stockpiles estabUshed
pmsuant to the Strategic and Critical Materials Stock PiUng Act on June 25,1968 (31 U.S.C. 405a-l note).
Silver remaining in the Treasmy and silver doUars were included in the general account thereafter.
8 Silver certificates in the amount of $246,035,168, which remained outstanding at the close of business
June 24,1968, were added to the public debt.
6 Represents balance of silver section above.




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50.—Accountability of the Treasurer of ihe United States on an

accounting

basis, J u n e 30, 1954-68
[On basis of daily Treasm-y statements and accounts of the Treasurer of the United States]
Published in
daily Treasury
statements

Fiscal year

1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959..
1960
1961..
1962
1963
1964
1965
1986
1967
1988.—

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$6,766,455,061
6,215,665,047
6,546,183,868
6,589,952,362
9,749,102,978
5,350,391,763
8,004,740,998
6,694,119,954
10,430,393,549
12,116,176,163
11,035,731,209
12,610,264,635
12,407,377,210
7,758,994,525
6,694,062,122

Transactions in
transit as of
June 30
-$27,889,624
51,116,375
253,384,165
58,517,897
48,349,862
41,300,160
151,277,138
76,497,633
73,817,403
264,232,225
80,408,595
99,732,049
42,138,112
119,525,350
90,630,717

Total

$6,738,565,437
6,266,781,422
6,799,568,033
5,648,470,259
9,797,452,839
5,391,691,923
8,156,018,136
6,770,617,586
10,504,210,952
12,380,408,389
11,116,139,804
12,709,996,684
12,449,615,322
7,878,519,874
6,784,692,839

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[In milUons of doUars. On basis of telegraphic reports]
Credits
Fiscal year or month

1958
1959
1960
1961-.1962
1963
1964
1965..1966--1967
1968
1967—July
August.
September.
October
November
December




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Proceeds from sales of securities i
Savings Retirement
Tax
bonds and plan and
anticisavings tax and loss pation
notes 2
bonds 3 securities
2,824
2,668
2,679
2,787
2,725
2,699
2,760
2,635
2,704
2,783
2, 673
222
232
208
214
213
201

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Other

2,922
7,581
7,784
7,613
5,898
2,963

13, 513
13,164
7,920
1,788
3,774
3,830
2,014

2,340
7,368
7,643
9,538
3,856

1,627
1,173
9,576

2,369
3,212

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Taxes
Total
Withheld
Income credits
excise
(by special
and corarrangeporate ^
ment) ^
27,881
29,190
33,059
34,511
37,519
41,267
43, .580
42,475
48,478
70,524
90,791
5,503

6,111
9,164
. 6,204
5,891
9,278

7,903
6,919
6.053
9,142
6,621
6,836
9, 921
12,598
14, 622
9, 257

55,044
58,520
57,496
55, 842
56,438
57, 595
58,277
60,050
74,699
91,382
112,583
9,581
8,712
9,372
8,630
6,104
9,479

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62,994
54,782
56,847
53, 078
66,085
59,421
58, 540
75,338
97,160
112, 741
9,300
9,328
7,501
9,267
6,868
9,567

8,218
3,744
6,458
5,463
8,816
10,324
9,180
10,689
10,050
4,272
4,113
4,552
3,937
5,808
5,171
4,407
4,329

8,055
6,458
7,653
8,889
10,324
10, 257
10,872
11,274
9,979
8,004
5,897
4,230
6,316
6,670
4,711
5,542

1,078
912
1,390
1,161
1,531
2,635
1,577
1,844
447
710
1, 029
2,360
1,729
1,628
2,896
3,479
1,266

3,246
3,638
4,103
4,151
4,457
5,325
4,747
5,431
4,324
3,775
4,191
4,691
3,191
3,581
5,412
4, 228
3,368

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February _
March
April
May.
June

272
241
221
220
224
206

2,470 -..
4,075
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3,131

1

•Less than $500,000.
1 Special depositaries are permitted to make payment in the form of a deposit credit
for the purchase price of U.S. Govermnent securities purchased by them for their own
account, or for the account of their customers who enter subscriptions through them,
when this method of payment is pei-mitted under the terms of the circulars inviting
subscriptions to the issues.
2 U.S. savings notes first offered for sale as of May 1, 1967.
3 Retirement plan bonds were first offered for sale as of Jan. 1,1963; tax and loss bonds
first issued in March 1968.
4 Taxes eligible for credit consist of those deposited by taxpayers in the depositary




5,662
6,654
9,964
8,388
7,367
11,605

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8,404
10,970
10,188
8,609
10,722
11,812

6,757
9,345
13, 061
7,964
11,869
11, 924

6.977
7,601
4,727
5,372
4,225
4,113

5.977
8,004
7,342
6,372
5,966
6,975

1,611
3,212
3,305
1,029
4,225
1,886

3,816
5,636
4,755
2,766
5,146
3,697

banks, as foUows: Withheld income taxes beginning March 1948; taxes on employers and
employees under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act begirming January 1950,
and under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act beginning July 1961; a number of excise
taxes beginning July 1953; estimated corporation income taxes, beginning AprU
1967; and aU corporation income taxes due on or after Mar. 15,1968.
6 Under a special procedure begun in Mar. 1961, authorization was given during certain
periods for income tax payments, or a portion of them made by checks of $10,000 or
more drawn on a special depositary bank to be credited to the tax and loan account in
that bank. This procedure was discontinued in April 1967.

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p n thousands of dollars, except per capita figures. From records of the Treasurer's office, supplemented by reports from Treasm-y offices and Federal Reserve banks. The figures
shown in this table give effect to aU transactions through June 30, including those for which reports were received after that date. They may, therefore, differ from simUar
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and coin
Amounts outstanding
Less amounts held by:
The Treasm-y
The Federal Reserve banks
Amounts in circulation

47,640,463

Federal Reserve notes 2

Total

Standard
sUver dollars

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coin

44,431,130

322, 539

6,061,783

484,720

5,677,063

156,481
2, 575, 508

139,909
2, 568, 729

16, 572
6,779

339,082
413,594

3,016
15

336,067
413,579

42,021,680

41, 722,492

299,188

5,309,107

481, 689

Cmrencies no longer issued 3
Total
Ainounts outstanding
Less amounts held by:
The Treasury
The Federal Reserve banks

323,364

Amounts in chculation

309,677




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61,138,815
496,863
3,001,489

Coin

Currencies presently being issued i

Federal Reserve notes«

Federal Reserve bank
notes

1,023

59,048

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45

1,016

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bank notes

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Treasury
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4,011
143

238,571
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12,340 .
225,266

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Denomination
$1
$2
$6
$10
$20
$50
$100
$500
$1,000
$5,000
$10,000
Fractional parts.

F e d e r a l Reserve notes 2

U . S . notes

1,697,463
2, 515, 960
8,258, 237
15,401,966
3, 916,969
9,399,616
239,857
285,685 .
2,970 .
3, 770 .

T o t a l currency..
T o t a l coin
T o t a l currency a n d coin..
» Revised.
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*Less t h a n $500.
1 E x c l u d e s gold certificates. Series of 1934, w h i c h are issued only to F e d e r a l R e s e r v e
b a n k s a n d do n o t a p p e a r in circulation.
2 Issued on a n d after J u l y 1, 1929.
3 E x c l u d e s currencies w r i t t e n ofl p u r s u a n t t o t h e acts a p p r o v e d J u n e 30, 1961, a n d
J u n e 24, 1967. See t a b l e 56, footnote 1.




C o m p a r a t i v e totals of m o n e y in chculation—
selected dates

145
136,127
162,893
12
5
1
2
3

Currencies no
longer issued
162, 766
14
49,303
29,168
21, 970
15,319
30,307
268
346
75
140

(*)

309, 677

Total
1,860,374
136,141
2, 728,156
8, 287, 417
15, 423, 941
3, 932, 288
9,429, 925
240,127
286,031
3, 045
3.910

(*)
42,331,356
5,309,107

Date

June
May
Jmie
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June

June
June
June
47, 640, 463 J u n e

30,
31,
30,
30,
30,
30,
30,
30,
30.
30,
30,

A m o u n t (in
miUions)
1968
1968
1967
1965
1960
1955
1950
1945
1940
1935
1930

7 47, 640. 4
47,201. 7
44, 712.4
39, 719.8
32,064.6
30,229.3
27,156.3
26, 746.4
7,847. 5
5, 567.1
4,522.0

Per capita s

236.82
234. 84
r224. 55
204.14
177. 47
182. 90
179.03
191.14
69.40
43.75
35.74

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30,
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1925
1920
1915
1910

4 Issued before J u l y 1, 1929.
5 Issued before Series of 1934.
8 Based on B u r e a u of t h e C e n s u s e s t i m a t e s of p o p u l a t i o n .
7 H i g h e s t a m o u n t to J u n e 30, 1988.

4,815.2
5.467.6
3,319.6
3.148.7

41.56
51.36
33.01
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[In t h o u s a n d s of doUars, except p e r c e n t a g e of gold to t o t a l stock of m o n e y .

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. _

1935

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1940

1945

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1960

1965

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1967

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B u l l i o n a n d coin:
Gold.
Silver buUion (at m o n e t a r y value)
S t a n d a r d silver doUars-Subsidiary c o i n . . .
Minorcoin..

9,115,643
313,309
545,642
312,416
133,040

P a p e r currency:
Gold certificates, a n d credits p a y a b l e therein 4
Less: A m o u n t i n c l u d e d in collateral held by F e d e r a l
R e s e r v e a g e n t s f o r Federal Resei-ve n o t e s . .

10,420,050

22,439,501

23,356,548

28,126,175

26,101,115

24,173,340

18,914,934

18,790,882

19,061,362

16,198,695

7,287.471

19,807,106

20,079,777

25,504,665

23,594,948

21,611,053

14,715,025

13,750,891

13,162,298

10,025,639

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2,632,395

3,276,771

2,621,510

2,506.168

2,562,287

4,199,909

5,039,991

5,899,065

6,173,056

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6,320,236

17,821,133

18,106,600

23,022,852 21,028,137

19,059,416

13,670,235

12,992,787

12,608,691

10,025,639

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3,294,639

5,557,500

10,968,000

14,349,000 11,108,000

10,565,000

6,295,000

6,563,000

6,045,000

5,258,000

3,025,597

T o t a l bullion a n d coin ( n e t ) . -

19,322,238 13,934,083 113,251,485 112,876,829 110,136,912
2,252,075 21,267,417
2864,055
2551,740
(2)
487,773
484.720
484,720
484,720
484,720
1,552,106 2,375,327 3,257,238
4,168,624 4,554,118
559,148
853,388
933,386
979,450
1,022,946

3,132,579

Subtotal..
Less: Gold, silver buUion, a n d s t a n d a r d silver
dollars held as security for, or r e d e m p t i o n
of o u t s t a n d i n g p a p e r currencies 3 . . .

19,963,091 20,212,973 24,230,720 21,677,575
1,353,162 1,520,295 2,022,835
2,187,429
547,078
493,943
492,583
490,347
402,281
825,798 1,001,574 1,296,140
173,909
303,539
378,463
449,625

12,263,633

7,138,600

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Silver certificates 8
T r e a s u r y n o t e s o f 1890 7 . . .
U n i t e d S t a t e s notes 8_...
F e d e r a l Reserve notes 9
F e d e r a l Reserve b a n k notes 10.
N a t i o n a l b a n k notes 11.

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810,014
1,182
346,681
3,492,854
84,354
769,096

8,673,861

1,828,771 1,815,988 2,324,628
1,163
1,150
1,145
346,681
348,681
348,681
5,481,778 23,650,975 23,602.680
22,809
533,979
277,202
167,190
121,215
87,615

9.920,137

8,494,416

7,375,235
6,429,787
13,340
4,251
2,409,630
2,394,456
889,176
602,206
1,142
1,142
42
11
346,681
346,681
322,681
322,539
26,629,030 28,394,186 37,347,185 40,950,806
164,412
100,736
68,793
64,904
67,379
55,979
22,283
21,358

5,963,691
4,767,639
4,119
4,011
397;706
238,571
11
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322,539
322,539
41,687,375 44,432,153
61,219
59,048
20,930
20,701

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P e r c e n t a g e of gold to t o t a l stock of m o n e y




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8,529,778
11,682,357
78.16

20,112,025 33,608,588 35,313,803 39,538,411 39,787,595
22,744,420 '36,885,360 37,935,313 42,044,579 42,349,882
87.77

54.80

63.87

61.56

45.63

46,038,735 48.395.863
50,238,644 53,435,854
27.74

24.80

48,457,590
54,356,655

49,844,672
56,017,727

23.69

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Fund.
2 Excludes bullion carried at monetary value but released for coinage use.
3 Comprises the security for: Gold certificates and credits payable therein (100
percent in gold); U.S. notes (gold to the extent of the reserve required by law (31 U.S.C.
408)); and sUver certificates and Treasury notes of 1890 (100 percent in sUver buUion
or standard sUver doUars). Since enactment of the Old Series Currency Adjustment
Act (31 U.S.C. 912-916) on June 30, 1961, gold certificates prior to the Series of 1934,
sUver certificates issued before July 1, 1929, and Treasury notes of 1890 have been payable from the general fund. The requirement for a gold reserve against U.S. notes was
repealed by Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18, 1968. SUver certificates issued on
and after July 1, 1929, became redeemable from the general fund on June 24, 1968 (31
U.S.C. 405a-3). The amount of security shown on this line for years after those dates
has been reduced accordingly.
4 Consists of: Gold certificates outside of the Treasury (issues prior to Series of 1934
are included through 1961), and credits with the Treasurer of the United States payable
to the Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, in gold certificates. The requirement that a portion of these credits be maintained as a 5 percent redemption fund for
Federal Reserve notes was repealed by Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18, 1968.
These obligations are fully secured by gold in the Treasury.
5 Pursuant to the Old Series Currency Adjustment Act are redeemable from the
general fund of the Treasury and upon redemption will be retired.
8 SUver certificates were originally secured by silver bullion at monetary value ($1,294per fine troy ounce) and standard silver dollars held in the Treasury. They are now
payable from the general fund (see footnote 3).
7 Treasury notes of 1890 have been in process of retirement since March 1900 (31 U.S.C.
411) upon receipt by the Treasury. UntU June 30, 1961, secured by silver and by gold
reserve; thereafter redeemable from general fund.
8 U.S. notes were secured by a gold reserve (31 U.S.C. 408) untU this requirement
was repealed by Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18, 1968. This reserve, which was
also a reserve for Treasury notes of 1890 untU June 30, 1961, aniounted to $156,039,431
for all dates in this table through 1967. The act of May 31,1878 (31 U.S.C. 404) required




that the amount of U.S. notes then outstanding, $346,681,018, be kept in circulation.
The Old Series Currency Adjustment Act provided that this amount should be reduced by such amounts of notes as the Secretary of the Treasury might determine to
have been destroyed or irretrievably lost. To date, the Secretary has made such determinations with respect to $24,142,000 of the U.S. notes issued prior to July 1, 1929.
• 9 Federal Reserve banks secure Federal Reserve notes by depositing like aniounts of
coUateral with Federal Reserve agents. Such collateral may consist of (a) gold certificates or gold certificate credits (b) such discounted or purchased paper as is eligible under
terms of the Federal Reserve Act, as amended, or (c) since Feb. 27,1932, securities issued
by the United States. Federal Reserve banks were originaUy required to maintain
reserves in gold certificates or gold certificate credits with the Treasurer of the United
States equal to 40 percent of their notes in actual ch-culation. This requirement was
reduced to 25 percent by the act of June 12, 1946 (12 U.S.C. 413) and repealed entirely
by Public Law 90-269, approved Mar. 18, 1968. Federal Reserve notes are obligations
of the United States and are a first lien on all assets of the issuing Federal Reserve bank.
Pursuant to the Old Series Currency Adjustment Act of 1961, funds were deposited
by the Federal Reserve banks on July 28,1961, with the Treasm-er of the United States
for the redemption of all series of Federal Reserve notes issued before the Series of 1928.
The amount shown for 1968 includes $1,022,785 for such series.
1 Federal Reserve bank notes at issuance were secured by direct obligations of the
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United States or commercial paper. Since termination of their issuance on June 12,
1945 (12 U.S.C. 445 note), the notes have been in process of retirenient, and lawful
nioney has been deposited with the Treasurer of the United States for their redemption.
11 National bank notes at issuance were secured by direct obligations of the United
States. From Dec. 23, 1915 (12 U.S.C. 441) these notes have been in process of retirement, and lawful money has been deposited with the Treasurer of the United States
for their redemption.
NOTE.—Figures for years not shown appeared in the following annual reports: 18601947 in the 1947 report, page 482; 1948 and 1949 in the 1956 report, page 542; 1951-61 in the
1961 report, page 634; and 1962-64 in the 1964 report, page 596.

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Gold certificates i

J u n e 30

1935
1940
1945
1960
1955
1960
1965
1966
1967
1968

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117,167
66,793
52,084
40,772
34,466
30,394
13.209
4,107
3,973
3,888

Standard
silver
doUars

32,308
46,020
125,178
170.185
223.047
305,083
481.698
481,694
481,691
481,689

SUver certificates i

Treasury
notes of
18901

701,474
581,662
650, 689
177,251
169,726
126,833
829,177
581, 715
394, 656
225, 266

1,182
1,163
1,150
1,145
1,142
1,142
42
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Subsidiary
coin

295,773
384,187
788,283
964,709
1,202,209
1,484, 033
2,355,380
2,907,355
3,238,822
3, 877, 813

Minor
coin

125,125
168,977
291,998
360,886
432,512
549,367
824,585
874,769
920,816
949, 604

United
States
notes i

285,417
247,887
322,587
320, 781
319,064
318,436
301,978
302, 781
300,178
299,188

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Reserve
notes i

3,222,913
5,163,284
22,867,459
22, 760,285
25.617, 776
27,093,693
34.823.233
37.315,989
39,290,336
41. 723, 508

Federal
Reserve
bank
notes 1
81,470
22,373
527.001
273. 788
162,573
99,987
68,333
64,301
61,057
58, 854

National
bank
notes ^

704,263
165,155
120,012
86,488
66,810
66,652
22,167
21,300
20,906
20, 664

o
Total

5,567,093
7,847,501
26,746,438
27,156,290
30,229,323
32,064,619
39,719,801
42,564,022
44,712,443
47, 640, 463

Ul
Q
Pi

>

Pi

O
1 F o r description of s e c u r i t y r e q u i r e d to b e held against t h e various k i n d s of p a p e r
c u r r e n c y , a n d for r e t i r e m e n t provisions, see footnotes to t a b l e 53.




N O T E . — F i g u r e s for years not s h o w n a p p e a r e d in t h e following a n n u a l r e p o r t s : 18601947 in t h e 1947 report, page 486; 1948-49 in t h e 1966 r e p o r t , page 543; a n d 1951-61 in
t h e 1961 report, page 636; a n d 1962-64 in t h e 1964 r e p o r t , p a g e 598.

>
d
K!

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227

TABLE 55.—Location of gold, coin, silver, and other coinage metal held hy the
Treasury, June 30, 1968
[In thousands of doUars. For basis of data, see headnote to table 52]
Location

Gold i

Silver
' dollars

Fractional
coin 2

Coinage metal 3
SUver

U.S. mints:
Denver
Philadelphia
U.S. assay offices:
NewYork4
SanFrancisco
Bullion depository, Fort Knox
Treasmer of United States, Washington, D.C
Custody accounts:
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Other banks, etc., various locations
Total

2,349,649
1,830

30
32

117,256
105,194

1,386,447
31
338,281...
5,657,613
11
2,922

38,744
15,604
42,500
15,527

5 633,476
13
10,367,220

1,242
3,015

336,067

33.459
9,103

Other
18,662
84,597

30.914-...
15,526
26,437

7,943..
96,944

129,695

1 Includes $229,992,817 deposited with the United States by the International Monetary Fund.
2 Includes coin in transit to Federal Reserve banks.
3 Amounts in transit between Bureau of the Mint institutions are included in the balance of the shipping
institution.
4 Includes bullion depository at West Point, N.Y.
8 Physically located as follows: At Bank of Canada, Ottawa, $49,977,284; at Bank of England. London,
$28,208,720; at New York Assay Office, $34,714,178; and in Federal Reserve Bank's own vaults, $520,575,949:




228

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

T A B L E 56.—Paper currency issued and redeemed during the fiscal year 1968 and
outstanding J u n e 30, 1968, by classes and denominations
[For basis of d a t a , see h e a d n o t e t o t a b l e 52]
Issued
during
1968

Redeenied
during
1968

O u t s t a n d i n g J u n e 30. 1988 i
In
Treasury

In Federal
Reserve b a n k s

In
circulation

CLASS

Gold certificates—Series of
1934.
U . S . notes 2
$68,887,130
$68,887,130
F e d e r a l Reserve n o t e s issued o n a n d after J u l y
1, 1929.
13,005,213,000 10, 260,369,130
Currencies n o longer
issued: 2
Federal Reserve n o t e s issued before J u l y 1,
1929
66,813
F e d e r a l Reserve b a n k
2,171,249
notes
229,188
N a t i o n a l b a n k notes
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s issued before Series
108,266
of 1934
.
Silver certificates
3159^135,311
T r e a s u r y notes of 1890.
Total

$16, 572,312

$1,277.800
6, 778,910

$299,187,794

139,908, 679

2, 568, 729,374

41,722,491, 708

44, 580
2,270

58,854,164
20, 663,789

12,340, 247

3,868,004
225,265,737
10, 534

1,014,630

8,155 .
149,258
34, 661
142,750 .
984, 787

13,074,100,130

10,490,967,086

157,780,602

2,589,173,181

42,331,356,360

1,320,848,000

1, 257, 222,854
780,968
1, 564, 693, 574
3,156, 581, 560
3.471,028,180
415,371,650
590,496,300
13,074,000
15,883, 000
1,976,000
3,860,000

23, 023, 646
32, 546
20,179, 585
33,145, 785
55,072,840
9,279,850
16,420,350
197,000
329,000
20,000
80,000

371,077, 546
71,270
287,447.445
662,361,050
877,808, 020
155,888,650
193, 074,200
7,859,000
19,471, 000
6,155,000
6,760,000
1,200,000

1,860,373,835
136,141,177
2,728.155.742
8,287,417,345
15,423,941,174
3,932,288,300
9,429,925,300
240,127,000
288,031, 000
3,045,000
3,910,000

157, 780, 602

2, 589,173,181

42,331,356,360

DENOMINATION

$1
$2
$5
$10
$20
--$50.
$100-$500
$1,000.
$5,000..
$10,000
$100,000
Fractional partsTotal

.

1,697,087,130
3,501,880,000
4,660,720,000
656.800,000
. 194,000,000
15,900, 000
21, 600, 000
2,035, 000
3,330,000

13,074,100,130

10,490,967,0

...

1 T h e Secretary of t h e T r e a s u r y is authorized t o determine, from t i m e t o t i m e , t h e a n i o u n t s of certain
currencies, w h i c h , in his j u d g m e n t , h a v e been destroyed, are irretrievably lost or are held i n collections a n d
so wUl never b e presented for redeniption, a n d t o reduce t h e o u t s t a n d i n g a m o u n t thereof accordingly. T h e
totals of such reductions effected t h r o u g h J u n e 30. 1968, were:
A u t h o r i z e d b y Old Series Cm-rency A d j u s t m e n t A c t (31 U . S . C . 915c) a p p r o v e d J u n e 30,
1961:
Issued before J u l y 1, 1929:
U . S . notes
$24,142,000
F e d e r a l Reserve n o t e s . .
34,450,000
F e d e r a l Reserve b a n k notes
2,063,000
National bank n o t e s . . .
28,920,000
Gold certificates
16,600,000
Silver certificates
29,780,000
T r e a s u r y notes of 1890
1,131,000
Gold certificates, Series of 1928
7,350,000
A u t h o r i z e d b y act a p p r o v e d J u n e 24, 1967 (31 U . S . C . 405a-2):
Silver certificates, issued after J u n e 30, 1929
.
200.000,000
Total
2 A m o u n t s o u t s t a n d i n g are also included in t h e p u b l i c d e b t (see t a b l e 33, final page).
3 Includes writeoff of $50,000,000. See footnote 1.




344,438,000

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

Trust and Other Funds
T A B L E 57.—Civil service retirement and disability fund, J u n e 30, 1968
[This t r u s t fund w a s established in accordance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e act of M a y 22,1920, as a m e n d e d
(5 U . S . C . 2267). F o r further detaUs see a n n u a l report o f t h e Secretary for 1941, p . 136]
I. R E C E I P T S A N D E X P E N D I T U R E S ( E X C L U D I N G I N V E S T M E N T T R A N S A C T I O N S )
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1967

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
A n n u i t y p a y m e n t s , refunds, e t c .
Transfers to policemen's a n d firemen's relief
fund, D . C , deductions a n d accrued interest thereon

$15,492,679,421.07
4,529,352,923.21
9,016,552,966.93
6, 080,286,763.22

$1,335, 704,199.59
71,000,000.00
1,318,281, 093.47
709,455,331.70

$16,828,283,620.66
4,600,352,923.21
10,334, 834, 060.40
6,789,742, 094.92

35,123,822,074.43

Receipts:
D e d u c t i o n s from salaries, service credit p a y m e n t s , a n d v o l u n t a r y c o n t r i b u t i o n s of
employees subject to r e t i r e m e n t act i
Federal contributions 2
P a y m e n t s b y employing agencies 2
I n t e r e s t a n d profits o n i n v e s t m e n t s
Transfer from t h e Comptroller of t h e C u r rency returement fund 3

Fiscal year 1968

3,434,440,624.76

38,558,262, 699.19

17,245,013,618.76

2,138,710,639.73

19,383,724,258.49

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1968

5,050,000.00

5, 050, 000.00

344,038.92

68, 075.80

400,114.72

T o t a l expenditures

17,245,357,657.68

2,138,766, 715.53

19,384,124,373.21

Balance

17,878,464,416.75

1,295,673,909.23

19,174,138,325.98

II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

DEPARTMENT

I n v e s t m e n t s in p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Special issues, civU service r e t h e m e n t fund
series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
T r e a s u r y notes:
33^% of 1968
41^% of 1988
43^% of 1968
4 K % of 1989
4>g%ofl989
4 1 ^ % of 1970
4j^%ofl970
4j^%ofl971
43^% of 1974
5^%ofl975-...
Treasury bonds:
2 H % of 1968
2 ^ % of 1968
2K%ofl968
3M% of 1968
25^% of 1969
23^% of 1969
3 M % o f 1969
3>g%ofl969
2 ^ % of 1970
2J^%ofl970..
3M%ofl970
3J^% of 1970...
4H%ofl970
2 ^ % of 1971.-..
2J^%0fl971
3M%ofl971
3K%ofl971
4H%0fl971
3k%ofl972
3J^%ofl972.
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




Fiscal year 1968,
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1967

Assets

$80,227,000.00
142,474,000.00
40.692,000.00
142,474,000.00
40,692,000.00
69,899,000.00
40,692,000.00
1,785,656,000.00
1,758,171.000.00

J u n e 30,1968

-$80,227,000.00 .
-142,474,000.00 .
-40,692,000.00 .
-9,069.000. 00
.
.
.
.
.
1, 628,319. 000. 00

•

200,000.000.00
415,527.000.00
69.913.000.00
60,976.000.00
615,527.000.00 .
69.913,000.00 .
60,976,000.00
80,227,000.00
615,527,000.00 .
69,913,000.00 .
60.976,000.00 .
80,227,000.00 .
72.775,000.00 .
615,527,000.00.
69,913,000.00 .
60,976,000.00 .
80,227,000.00 .
142,474,000.00 .
60,976,000.00 .
532,981,000.00 .

-200.000.000.00
-415,527,000.00
-69,913,000.00
-60,976,000.00

$133,405,000. 00
40,692,000.00
69. 699,000. 00
40,692,000. 00
1,785,656.000.00
1, 758,171, 000. 00
1, 628,319,000.00

.
.
.
.
615, 527.000. 00
69.913,000. 00

-60,978,000.00
-80,227,000.00
615,627, 000.00
69,913. 000.00
60.978, 000.00
80,227, 000. 00
72,775, 000. 00
615,527, 000.00
69,913, 000.00
60,976, 000. 00
80.227. 000. 00
142.474, 000. 00
60,976, 000.00
532,981, 000. 00

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1968 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 57.—Civil service retirement and disability fund, J u n e 30, 1968—Continued
n . ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T - C o n t i n u e d

Assets

J u n e 30,1967

I n v e s t m e n t s in p u b l i c d e b t securites—Continued
Special issues. civU service r e t i r e m e n t fund
series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
4 1 ^ % of 1972.
$376,
60,
3 ^ % of 1973..
103,
3J^%ofl973..
552,
4i/g%ofl973..
270,
2 ^ % of 1974..
60,
3 ^ % of 1974..
80,
3K%Ofl974..
212,
4H%ofl974..
615,
25^% of 1975..
60.
3 ^ % of 1975..
80,
33^% of 1976..
167,
43^% of 1976..
2 % % of 1976..
589,
3 M % of 1.976..
60,
3,7^% of 1976-.
80,
4 ^ % of 1976-.
142,
3M%ofl977..
746.
3 ^ % of 1977.80.
41^% of 1977.142.
3J^%ofl978-826.
4 1 ^ % of 1978.
142,
4 1 ^ % of 1979..
969,
4H%ofl980-Total special issues.
P u b U c issues:
T r e a s u r y notes:
4 K % Series B-1968
6% Series A-1970
5 ^ % Series A - 1 9 7 1 . . . . . .
5 H % Series B-19715 ^ % Series C - 1 9 7 1 . . . . . .
4 ^ % Series A-1972
4 ^ % Series B-1972...
53^% Series A - 1 9 7 4 . , . . .
b % % Series A-1975.
6% Series B-1975
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1964-69 (Apr. 15, 1943).
2 1 ^ % of 1964-69 (Sept. 15, 1943).
354% of 1968
3>g% of 1968 ( J u n e 2 3 , 1 9 6 0 ) . . . .
3>g% of 1968 (Sept. 15, 1 9 6 3 ) . . . .
4% of 1969 (Aug. 15, 1962)
4% of 1969 (Oct. 1, 1957).
4 % of 1970.
3J^%ofl971
4 % of 1972 ( N o v . 15, 1962)
4% of 1972 (Sept. 15, 1962).
4% of 1973
4H%ofl973
3J^%ofl974
4H%ofl974
4 ^ % of 1 9 7 4 . . .
4 ^ of 1975-85-.
3 ^ % of 1978-83--3M%ofl980
4% of 1 9 8 0 . . .
314% of 1 9 8 5 . . .
4 K % of 1987-92.4 H % of 1989-94.- 3 1 ^ % of 1990-.3 % of 1 9 9 5 . . .
3M%ofl998.-_
T o t a l pubUc issues

Footnotes at end of table.




Fiscal year 1968,
increase or
decrease (—)

000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000. 00 -$269.404,000. 00
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000. 00
-109.499.000.00
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .
000. 00 .
000.00 .
000.00 .

15,526,618,000.00

99,335,000.00

4, 400,000.
146, 400,000.
19, 500,000.
25, 000,000.

J u n e 30, 1968

$375,160,000.00
60,976,000. 00
103,448,000. 00
662,988,000. 00
11,320,000. 00
60,976,000. 00
80,227.000. 00
212,387.000. 00
615,527,000.00
60,976,000. 00
80,227,000. 00
167,167,000. 00
479,883,000. 00
60,976,000. 00
80,227,000. 00
142,474,000. 00
746,416,000.00
80,227,000.00
142,474,000.00
826,643,000. 00
142,474,000. 00
969,117,000. 00
969,117,000. 00

-4,400,000.00

600,000.
no. 700,000.

26,000,000.00

3o6,'6oo.'66"
110,000,000.00
53,900,000.00
318,250,000. 00

10, 000,000.
16, 400,000.
2, 800,000.
12, 400,000.
1, 600,000.
10, 000,000.
60, 400,000.
54, 600,000.
6, 100,000.
5, 200,000.
28, 700,000.
23. 800,000.
33, 600,000.
47, 650,000.
66. 900,000.
126. 060,000.
63. 105,000.
16. 800,000.
15, 700,000.
110, 394,000.
86, 900,000.
347, 920,000.
10. 760,000.
98, 600,000.
55, 205,000.
269,000.
1,777,453,000.00

15,626,953,000.00

146,400, 000. 00
19,500, 000.00
25,000, 000. 00
25,000, 000. 00
no, 600, 000. 00
99. 000, 000. 00
110,000, 000. 00
53,900, 000. 00
318,250, 000. 00
10,000,000. 00
16,400.000.00

-2,800,000.00 .
-12,400,000.00 .
-1,600,000.00 .

150,000.00

6,000,000.00
2,000.000.00
3,000,000.00

497,400,000.00

10.000, 000. 00
60,400, 000.00
54,600, 000. 00
6,100, 000.00
5,350, 000. 00
28,700, 000. 00
23.800, 000.00
33,600, 000.00
63,650, 000. 00
67,900, 000. 00
129,060, 000.00
63,105, 000. 00
16,800, 000.00
15,700, 000.00
110,394, 000. 00
85,900, 000.00
347,920, 000.00
10,750, 000.00
98,600, 000. 00
56,205, 000. 00
83,269, 000. 00
2,274,853,000.00

231

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 57.—Civil service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1968—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s in agency securities:
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k notes:
5.46% of 1968..
6K%ofl968....
5.70% of 1968
5.85% of 1968
5.86% of 1969
6.26% of 1969
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k b o n d s :
5K%ofl987
63^% of 1967
6% of 1967
5 ^ % of 1968-...
6 ^ % of 1968
5K%ofl969
5H%ofl969
6.30% of 1969
F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e credit b a n k debentures:
6.20% of 1967.
6.15% of 1967
Federal land bank bonds:
5J^%ofl967.....
4 ^ % of 1968
63^% of 1968
6.95% of 1968.
45^% of 19694 ^ % of 1969
6.60% of 1969
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association
s e c o n d a r y m a r k e t o p e r a t i o n s debentures:
6 ^ % of 1 9 6 8 - . . . .
5M%ofl969
6% of 1969....
55^% of 1970
Total agency securities.
I n v e s t m e n t s in p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates:
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l M o r t g a g e Association:
F e d e r a l assets l i q u i d a t i o n t r u s t :
5 % of 1972.
m % of 1972..
5.20% of 1982
F e d e r a l assets finance t r u s t :
6%of 1971—
6.40% of 1987.
6.05% of 1988
6.46% of 1988..

DEPARTMENT-Continued

J u n e 30,1967

Fiscal year 1968,
increase or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1968

$10,000,000. 00
20,000,000. 00
19,200,000. 00
26,000,000. 00
36,000,000. 00
54,400,000.00
$18.000,000.00
30,000,000. 00
26,000,000. 00
25,000,000. 00

-18,000,000.00
-30,000,000.00
-26,000,000.00
-25,000,000.00
6,000,000. 00
100,000,000. 00
7, 600,000. 00
200,000,000. 00

$10,000,000.00
20,000,000. 00
19,200,000. 00
26,000,000. 00
36,000,000. 00
54,400,000.00
.
.
.
.
6,000,000. 00
100,000,000. 00
7, 500.000. 00
200,000,000. 00

10,000, 000. 00
17,000,000. 00

-10,000,000.00 .
-17,000,000.00 .

15,000,000. 00

-15,000,000.00 .
4, 500,000. 00
37,000,000. 00
17, 600,000. 00
29,000,000. 00
2, 500,000. 00
26.000,000. 00

4, 500,000. 00
37,000,000. 00
17, 500,000. 00
29,000,000. 00
2,600,000.00
26,000,000.00

20,000,000. 00

10,000,000. 00
25,000,000.00
41,600,000.00
20,000,000.00

473,600,000.00

691,100,000. 00

10,000,000. 00 .
25,000,000.00 .
41,500,000. 00 .
217,600,000.00

60,000,000. 00
60,000,000.00
100,000,000. 00

60,000,000.00
50,000,000.00 .
100,000,000. 00
35.000.000. 00
75,000,000. 00
65,000,000. 00
36,000,000. 00

35,000,000. 00
75,000,000.00
65,000,000. 00
36,000,000. 00

200,000,000.00

210,000,000.00

410,000,000. 00

Total investments
Undisbursed balance. -

17,721,571,000.00
166,893,416.76

1, 280,336,000.00
15, 338,909. 23

19,001,906,000.00
172,232,325.98

Totalassets

17,878,464,416.75

1,295,673,909.23

19,174,138,325.98

T o t a l p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates.

1 Basic c o m p e n s a t i o n deductions h a v e been at t h e r a t e of 6 y percent since t h e d a y before t h e first p a y
period w h i c h began after Sept. 30, 1956. Since 1958 District of C o l u m b i a a n d Goverrmient corporations'
c o n t r i b u t i o n s h a v e been included w i t h contributions from agency salary funds.
2 B e g i n n i n g J u l y 1, 1957, a p p r o p r i a t i o n s are n o t m a d e directly to t h e fund. I n s t e a d , in accordance w i t h
t h e act a p p r o v e d J u l y 31, 1956 (5 U . S . C . 2264(a)), t h e employing agency contributes (from appropriations
or funds from w h i c h t h e salaries are paid) a m o u n t s e q u a l to t h e deductions from employees' salaries.
3 T h e act of J u n e 30, 1948, as a m e n d e d (5 U . S . C . 2259 note), abolished t h e separate retirenient fund for
e m p l o y e e s of t h e Office of t h e ComptroUer of t h e C u r r e n c y a n d directed transfer of its assets t o t h e civU
service r e t i r e n i e n t a n d disability fund. A m o u n t comprises cash derived from sale of securities.




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TABLE 58.—Employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30, 1968
[On basis of reports from the Civil Service Conimission. This trust revolving fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Sept. 28, 1959, as amended (5 U.S.C. 3007)]
L RECEIPTS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING I N V E S T M E N T TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1987
Receipts:
Direct appropriations
Employees' and annuitants' withholdings
Agency contributions
Interest and profits on investments

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1988

$28, 789, 000.00
455, 642, 054.85
196, 965, 534.32
3, 865,363.52

$103, 490,000.00
2, 400,851, 021.34
1,152, 929, 926. 06
14, 744, 228. 29

2, 986,753, 223.00

685, 261, 952. 69

3, 672, 015,175.69

650, 260, 852. 02
7, 892,11L46
1,323,118.15

3, 499, 225, 914. 88
51,631,134.66
-253,289.40
9.644,884.43

-153,474.75

43.626.79
-1.669,902.00

2, 899, 299, 76L 48

659,322, 606.88

3, 558. 622,368.38

87,453,46L52

Total receipts

$74, 701, 000.00
1, 945, 208, 966.49
956, 964, 391. 74
10, 878, 864.77

25.939,345.81

113,392,807.33

Expenditures:
Subscription charges paid to carriers.
2, 848, 965, 062.86
Contingency reserve paid to carriers
43,739,023.20
Carrier ref u n d s . . .
-253,289.40
Administrative expenses
8,321,766.28
Interest on administrative expenses paid by employees'life insurance fund i
43.626.79
Other 2
-1.518,427.25
Total expenditures
Balance....

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E TREASURY D E P A R T M E N T
Assets

Investments in public debt securities:
Public issues:
Treasury bills
Treasury notes:
4%% Series B 1968....^
5%% Series A 1969
5 ^ % Series B 1969
5H% Series A 1975.....
6% Series B 1975
Treasury bonds:
2)^%of 1984-69 (dated Apr. 15, 1943).
3%%ofl968
3M% Of 1988....
4% of 1969 (dated Oct. 1, 1957)
4% of 1970
3^%of 1971
4%ofl971
4%of 1972 (dated Sept. 15. 1962)...
4% of 1972 (dated Nov. 16, 1962)
4% of 1973..
41-^% of 1973....
374%ofl974
4i^%ofl974.
4i.i%of 1974
3K% of 1978-83....
3J^%ofl980.
4H% of 1987-92
31.^% of 1990....
33'^% of 1998...
Total investments.-.
Undisbursed balance-...
Totalassets..

June 30,1987

$1,350.000.00
$11,926,000.00

875,000.00
11,353,500.00
1,298,000.00
1,000,000.00
5,804,000.00
3,732,000.00
4,410,500.00
3,792,500.00
3,441,500.00
2,246,000.00
3,785,500.00
9,923,500.00
1,481,500.00
190,000.00
738,000.00
3,000,000.00
2,130,500.00
3,950,000.00
75,078,000.00
12,375,46L52
87,453,461.52

1 As provided in the act (5 U.S.C. 3008(a)).
2 Difference between cost and face value of investinents.




Fiscal year 1968,
increase, or
decrease (—)

-11.926,000.00
1, 602, 000. 00
992,000.00
1, 298. 000. 00
40, 000, 000. 00
-11,353,500.00
-1,298.000.00
4,093,000.00

24,757,-500.00
1,181,845.81
25,939,346.81

June 30, 1968^

$1,350. 000.00
1, 602, 000.00
992,000.00
1, 298. 000.00
40, 000, 000.00
875,000.00
1,000,000.00
4,093,000.00
5,804,000.00
3,732,000.00
4,410,500.00
3,792,500.00
3,441,600.00
2,246,000.00
3,785,500.00
9,923,500.00
1,481,500.00
190,000.00
738,000.00
3,000,000.00
2,130,500.00
3,950,000.00
99,835,500.00
13,557,307.33
113,392,807.33

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

233

TABLE 59.—Retired employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission,
June 30, 1968
On basis of reports frora the Civil Service Commission. This trust revolving fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Sept. 8, 1960 (5 U.S.C. 3057)]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967
Receipts:
Direct appropriations (Government contribution)
Annuitants withholdings
Interest and profits on investments

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30. 1968

174,629,655.81

114,384,546. 72
37,888,075. 50
2,268,018.68
6,409.00
-705,622.65

10,401,148. 82
5,985,158. 83
202,437.76

124,785,695. 54
43,873,234.13
2,470,458.42
6,409.00
-773,018.91

16,521,348.95

170,362,776.18

3,019,256.17

Balance

17,768,972.41

153,841,427.23

Total expenditures

$96,223,000. 00
78,883,338.33
623,317.48

156,860,683.40

Totalreceipts
Expenditm-es:
Subscription charges paid to carrier
Government contributions paid to annuitants i
Administrative expenses.Interest on loans
--Other2

$83,264,000.00 $11,959,000. 00
73,267,959. 55
5,615,378. 78
328,723.85
194,593.63

1,247,623.46

4,266,879.63

-67,396.26

n. ASSETS HELD BY THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Assets
Investment in public debt securities:
Public issues:
Treasury bills
-..
Treasmy bonds, 4% of 1969
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets

June 30. 1987

$1,338,000.00
100,000.00

Fiscal year
1968 increase June 30,1968
or decrease (—)

$2,382,000.00

$3,720,000.00
100,000.00

1,438,000.00
2,382,000.00
1,581,256.17 -1,134„376.54
3,019,256.17
1,247,623.46

3,820,000.00
446,879.63
4,266,879.63

1 In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 3055(a), subject to specified restrictions, a retired employee who elects'to
obtain or retain a health benefits plan other than the uniform Governinent-wide health benefits plan directly with a carrier, shall be paid a Government contribution toward the cost of his plan which shallbe
equal in amount to the appropriate Government contribution.
2 Difference between cost and face value of investments.




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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 60.—Employees^ life insurance fund, Civil Service Commission, June 30, 1968
[On basis of reports from the Civil Service Coinmission. This trust revolving fund was estabhshed in
accordance with the provisions of the act of Aug. 17, 1954, as amended (5 U.S.C. 2091(c))]
L R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967
Receipts:
Employees' wUhholdings.
Government contributions
Premiums collected from beneficial association
members
Interest and profits on investments
Other
Assets acquired from beneficial associations:
U.S. securities
.
Other
..I
Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Premiums paid to insurance companies:
For Federal employees generally
Less retmn of premiums paid 1
For beneficial association members. _
Less return of preniiums paid 2
Adniinistrative expenses..
Other3
Total expenditures...
Balance.Footnotes a t end of table.




$1,149.691,838.77
574,870,781.96

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

$171.978,689. 21 $1,321,670,527.98
78,777.666. 70
663.648,347.66

32,364,624.15
84,151,677.11
43,715.13

2,786,383.32
18,840,549.19
31,572.94

36,149,907.47
102,992,226.30
76,288.07

13,958,336.40
8,121,954.06

3,712.94

13,958,338.40
8,125,667.00

1,883,202,827.67

272,417,473.30

2,135,620,300.87

1,694,478,956. 61
330,125,585.34
66,683,676. 62
8,841,166.32
2,806,273.88
-20,747,988.01

243,678,774.08
6,080,44L93
4,709, iOO. 49
1,561,237.66
376,553.34
-2,078,052.37

1,938,155,730. 69
338,206,007.27
61,292,837.11
10,402,403.88
3,182,827.22
-22,826,040.38

1,394,154,187.44

239,042,766.05

1,633,196,943.49

469,048,640.13

33,374,717.25

602,423,357.38

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 60.—Employees' life insurance fund, CivilService Commission, J u n e 30,1968—
Continued.
n . ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y DEPARTiVIENT
Assets

Investments in public debt securities:
Public issues:
Treasury bills
Treasury notes:
4 ^ % Series B-1972
5M% Series A-1976
6% Series B-1976
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1963-68
23^% of 1964-69 (dated April 15, 1943).
23^% of 1964-69 (dated Sept. 15, 1943).
2y% of 1966-71
33^% of 1968
3 ^ % of 1968
4% of 19693 ^ % of 1971
4% of 1971
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962)
4% of 1972 (dated Nov. 15, 1962)
4% of 1973
43^% of 1973
43^% of 1974
-...
4 ^ % of 1974...
33^% of 1974....
4 ^ % of 1975-85...
3K% of 1978-83
33^% of 1980
4% of 1980.
33^% of 1985-..
4 ^ % of 1987-92.
4% of 1988-93....
41^% of 1989-94
3y2% of 1990
3% of 1995
3y7o of 1998
2 ^ % Investment Series B-1975-80....
U.S. savings bonds:
SeriesJ (2.76%)
Series K" (2.76%)
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets

June 30, 1987

Fiscal year 1968,
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30,

$1,600,000.00

-$15,000. 00

$1,585,000. 00

1,015,000. 00

5, 210.000. 00
14.861,000. 00
22,105,000.00

6,226,000. 00
14,861,000. 00
22,105,000.00

3,000, 000.00 .
5, 500, 000.00 .
5,000, 000.00 ,
3,864, 500.00 ,
22,105, 000. 00
-22,105,000.00 .
1, 500, 000. 00
-1,500,000.00 .
15, 330, 000.00 .
2,806, 500.00 ,
15,000, 000.00 .
10,000, 000. 00
2,000,000. 00
5,783, 000.00
"2,'000,'606." 66"
8, 650, 000. 00
4,723,000. 00
15,000, 000. 00
11,244, 500. 00
28,861, 000. 00
2,000,000. 00
22,220, 000. 00
3,150,000. 00
40,612, 000.00 . .
12,087, 000. 00
"i,'666,'666.'66"
16,740, 000. 00
1,316,500. 00
48, 596, 500.00 . .
8,486, 600.00 . .
53,791, 000.00 . .
16, 526, 500. 00
361,000.00
33,783, 500.00 .31,276, 000.00 . .
135, 500.00 -.
21,358, 500.00 .179, 000.00 .573. 000. 00
15, 000. 00
449,395,000.00
19,653,640.13
469,048,640.13

3,000,000. 00
6, 600,000. 00
5,000,000. 00
3,864,600. 00
16,330, 000. 00
2,806, 500. 00
15,000, 000. 00
12,000, 000.00
6,783, 000. 00
2,000, 000. 00
13,373, 000. 00
26,244, 500. 00
30,861,000. 00
25,370,000.00
40,612, 000. 00
13,087, 000. 00
18,056, 500. 00
46, 698,600.00
8,486, 500. 00
63,791, 000. 00
16,877, 600. 00
33,783, 600.00
31,276, 000.00
135, 500. 00
21,358, 500. 00
179, 000.00

-573,000.00 .
-15,000.00 .
45,763,000.00
-12,378,282.75

495,148,000. 00
7,276,357.38

33,374,717.25

502,423,367.38

1 Premium payments in excess of the $100 mUUon contingency reserve set by the Civil Service Conimission,
which are required to be returned to the fund by the insuring companies (6 U.S.C. 2097(d)).
2 Return of premium payments in excess of annual claims paid, expenses, and other costs.
3 Difference between cost and face value of investments.

323-^147


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1968 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
T A B L E 61.—Federal disability insurance trustfund, J u n e 30, 1968

[This t r u s t fund w a s established i n accordance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e Social Security A c t a m e n d m e n t s
a p p r o v e d A u g . 1, 1956 (42 U . S . C . 401(b))]
I. R E C E I P T S A N D E X P E N D I T U R E S

(EXCLUDING

INVESTMENT

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1967

Receipts:
Appropriations!
$11,614,870,356.98 $2, 618,294, 696.38
-21,920,000.00
Less refund of i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e collections.
—113,910.000.00
202,993, 712.95
Deposits b y S t a t e s . .
888,658.838.06
84,497, 789.61
I n t e r e s t a n d profits o n i n v e s t m e n t s 2
558,736.186.18
P a y m e n t s from railroad r e t i r e m e n t a c c o u n t .
26,831.000.00 .
'""3'366,"436.'52"
Other (HEW)
330,101.42
Transfers from general fund
16,000, 000. 00
16, 000, 000.00
Totalreceipts

12,991,516,482.62

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1968

$14,133,164,953.34
-135,830,000.00
1,091.652,551.01
643,233,975.79
26, 831, 000.00
636,637.94
32, 000, 000. 00

2,800,172,535.46

15, 791,689, 018.08

2, 088,412,326.48
20,410,000.00

12,233,785,467.44
154,547, 000.00

6,046,557.65
109,994,439.32
1,263, 090.00

44,968,621.12
214,015,734.46
1, 479,498. 00

336, 000.00
15,392,908.95

Expenditures:
Benefit p a y m e n t s
'•10,145,373,140.96
T o raUroad r e t i r e m e n t account
134,137.000.00
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e expenses:
T o general fund
38,923,063.47
Salaries a n d expenses
104. 021,295.13
C o n s t r u c t i o n of buUdings
216,408.00
Vocational R e h a b i l i t a t i o n — A d m i n i s t r a t i v e
expenses
414,000.00
Vocational rehabilitation p r o g r a m p a y m e n t .
8,027; 354.5)3
T o F e d e r a l old-age a n d survivors insurance
trustfund.-536,847,883.00

750,000. 00
23i 420,263.48

Balance

< -5,271,698.00

531,576,185.00

10,967,960,146.09

2,236, 582,624.40

13,204, 542, 769.49

2,023,566,337.53

Total expenditures....

563,589, 911.06

2,587,146,248.69

II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s i n p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Special issues, F e d e r a l disability insurance
t r u s t fund series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
T r e a s u r y notes:
4 K % o f 1971
4 ^ % of 1974
6 ^ % of 1975
Treasury bonds:
26^% of 1974
3 H % of 1974..
2 ^ % of 1975..
3M% of 1975..
3 % % of 1976..
3 ^ % of 1977..
3J^% of 1978..
4i/g% of 1979..
43^% of 1980..
T o t a l special i s s u e s . - -

Footnotes a t end of table.




Fiscal year 1968,
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30. 1967

$74,895, 000.00
309,178,000.00 .
77, 008, 000. 00
20, 738, 000. 00
132, 894, 000. 00
20, 738, 000.00
163,632,000.00
153,632,000.00
153,632,000.00
163, 632, 000. 00
125,606,000.00
1,376,683,000.00

DEPARTMENT

-$67, 757,000.00

'683,'6i2,"655'66"

.
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.

J u n e 30. 1968

$7,138,000.00
309,178, 000.00
583, 612, 000.00
77, 006. 000.00
20. 738. 000.00
132,894. 000. 00
20,738, 000.00
153,632, 000.00
153,632, 000.00
153,632, 000.00
153,632, 000.00
125,606, 000.00

615,855, 000. 00

1,891,438,000.00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 61.—Federal disability insurance trust fund, June 30, 1968—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y DEPARTMENT—Condnued

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s in pubUc d e b t securities:—Oon.
P u b U c issues:
Treasury notes:
6M% series A-1975-6% series B-1975
Treasury bonds:
3J^% of 1988 ( d a t e d J u n e 23,1980)
3J^% of 1968 ( d a t e d Sept. 16,1963)
3 ^ % of 1988
4% of 1969 ( d a t e d Oct. 1, 1957) . .
4% of 1970 ( d a t e d J a n . 15,1965)
4% of 1970 ( d a t e d J u n e 20,1983)
4% of 1972 ( d a t e d N o v . 15,1962)
4% of 1972 ( d a t e d S e p t . 15,1962)
4% of 1 9 7 3 . . . 3!^^% of 1974 43^% of 1974
43^% of 1975-85
4% of 1980
i y % of 1987-92
43^% of 1989-94
.
3>^%ofl990
3 3 ^ % of 1998
T o t a l p u b l i c issues
I n v e s t m e n t s i n agency securities:
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k b o n d s :
6 ^ % of 1967
634%, of 1967
6% of 1967
F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e credit b a n k debentures:
6.20% of 1967
. . .
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association,
secondary m a r k e t d e b e n t m e s :
5T^%ofl968
5 H % of 1970
T o t a l a g e n c y secm-ities.
I n v e s t m e n t s i n participation certificates:
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association:
F e d e r a l assets liquidation t r u s t :
53^% of 1972
Federal assets finance t r u s t :
6.35% of 19706.30% of 1971
-

J u n e 30, 1967

Fiscal year 1968,
increase, or
decrease ( - )

$10,000,000.00
3,760,000.00
$3,750,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
26,000,000. 00 10,000,000.00 14,000, 000.00 2, 000,000. 00 2,000,000.00 16,500, 000.00 5,000,000.00 .
10,000,000.00 20,796,000. 00 _
30,250, 000.00 80,800,000.00 68,400, 000.00 10,600,000.00 .
5,000,000.00 -

J u n e 30,1968

$10,000,000.00
3,760,000.00

-3,760,000.00 . .
-6,000,000.00 - .
-6,000,000.00 - .
26,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
14,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
16,500,000.00
6, 000, 000.00
10,000,000.00
20,795,000.00
30,260,000.00
80,800,000.00
68,400,000.00
10,500,000.00
5, 000,000.00

314,995,000.00 .

314,996, 000.00

18, 000, 000. 00
30, 000, 000. 00
26, 000, 000. 00

-18,000,000.00 - .
-30,000,000.00 . .
-26,000,000.00 . .

10, 000, 000. 00

-10,000,000.00 . .

10, 000, 000. 00 .
20, 000, 000. 00
94, 000, 000. 00

10, 000, 000. 00
20,000, 000.00

- 6 4 , 000,000. 00

30, 000,000.00

50, 000, 000.00 .

60, 000, 000.00
50, 000, 000. 00
15, 000, 000. 00

60, 000, 000. 00
15, 000, 000. 00

65, 000, 000. 00

116, 000, 000. 00

Total investments—par value
U n d i s b m s e d balance ^

1, 834, 578, 000. 00
188, 978, 337. 63

518, 856, 000. 00
46, 734, 911.06

2, 351, 433, 000. 00
235, 713, 248. 59

Subtotal.
U n a m o r t i z e d d i s c o u n t a n d p r e m i u m on investments (net),.

2, 023, 556, 337. 53

563, 589, 911. 06

2, 587,146,248. 59

T o t a l participation certfficates

Totalassets .

50, 000, 000. 00

-1,960,688.28

200,407.18

- 1 , 760,181.10

2, 021, 605, 749.26

663, 790,318.24

2, 585,396, 067.49

1 Appropriations are equal to the amount of employment taxes collected as estimated by the Secretary
of the Treasury and adjusted in accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, and
the Federal hospital insurance trust fund.
2 Through June 30,1967, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
3 Includes $275,000.00 reimbursement of interest from Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
4 Reimbursement from Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
6 Includes the following balances in accounts as of June 30:
1967
1968
Benefit payments
-.
$188, 602, 692.07 $236,631,512. 07
Vocational rehabiUtation program pajnnents
375,645.46
—918,263.48
•• Revised




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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THB TREASURY
TABLE 62.—Federal hospital insurance trust fund, June 30, 1968

[This trust fund was estabUshed in accordance with the provisions of the Social Secm-ity Act amendments
approved July 30,1966 (42 U.S.C. 1395(1))]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
C umulative
through
Ju ne 30,1967
Receipts:
Appropriations i
Less refund of internal revenue coUections
Deposits by States
Interest and profits on investments 2
Transfers from general fund
Pajmients from railroad retirement accounts
Other




$3,344, 722,429.53

$3,256, 739,393.85

$6, 601,461,823.38

-

252, 758,89L 40
52,780,467.70
337,850,000. 00

-22,050,000.00
279,369,902.07
59,972,613.02
283, 631, Q O 00
O.

-22,050,000.00
532,118,793.47
112,753,080.72
621,481, 000.00

16,305,000.00
8,344.91

44,049,000.00
716,226.64

60,354,000.00
724,67L65

3,902,418,136.58

7,906,843,269.12

'•2,607.793,872.80

3.736.321.864.63

6,244.115,737.33

5,807,232.26

6,466,646.68

11,263,778.94

63,612,292.00
81, 904, 942.34
2,107,000. 00

-13,763,424.00
84,523, 754.84
2,445, 000.00

3 49,858,868.00
166,428,697.18
4,552,000.00

2,661,226,339.40

Total expenditures..

Footnotes at end of table.

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

4,004,425,133.64

Totalreceipts
Expenditmes:
Benefit payments
Administrative expenses:
To general fund.
To Federal old-age and sm-vivors insurance trust fund
Salaries and expenses.P ubUc health services Balance

Fiscal year
1968

3,814,993,742.06

6,476,219,08L 46

1,343,199,794.14

87,424,393.53

1,430,624,187.67

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TABLE 62.—Federal hospital insurance trustfund, June 30, 1968—Continued
IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T

Assets
Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues. Federal hospital insurance
trust fund series maturing June 30:
Certfficates of indebtedness:
4 ^ % of 1968
Treasury notes:
4M%ofl969—
4 ^ % of 1970
4J^%ofl971
4M%ofl972
4 ^ % of 1973
434% of 1974
.5 ^ % of 1975
Total special issues
Investments in agency securities:
Federal land bank bonds:
6^% of 1967
Federal National Mortgage Association
secondary market operation debentmes:
6% of 1969
...
Total agency securities.
Investments in participation certfficates:
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
5.20% of 1982
Federal assets finance trust:
6.30% of 1971
Total participation certfficates.-

June 30,1967

Fiscal year 1968,
increase, or
decrease (—)

$15, 718, 000. 00

-$15, 718, 000. 00 .

46,131, 000. 00
46,131, 000. 00
576, 228, 000. 00
46,131,000.00 .
46,131,000.00 .
415,179,000.00 .

-46,131, 000. 00 .
-46,131,000.00 .
-320,432, 000. 00

June 30,1968

495, 529, 000. 00
1,191, 647, 000.00

15, 000, 000.00

$255, 794, 000. 00
46,131, 000.00
46,131, 000. 00
415,179, 000. 00
495, 529, 000. 00

67,117, 000. 00

1, 258, 764, 000.00

-15,000,000.00 .

41,500,000.00 -56, 600, 000. 00

41, 500, 000. 00
-15, 000, 000. 00

41, 500, 000. 00

20,000,000.00

20, 000, 000. 00

50,000,000.00 .
60,000, 000.00

50, 000, 000. 00
20,000,000.00

70, 000, 000. 00

Total investments par value..
Undisbursed balance

1,298,147, 000. 00
45, 052, 794.14

72,117, 000. 00
15, 307, 393. 53

1, 370, 284, 000. 00
60, 360,187. 67

Subtotal
Unamortized discount and premium on investments (net)

1, 343,199, 794.14

87,424, 393.53

1,430, 624,187. 67

20,894.07

-8,645.88

Totalassets

1,343,220,688.21

87,415, 747. 65

12, 248.19
1,430, 636,435.86

1 Appropriations are equal to the amount of employment taxes coUected as esthnated by the Secretary of
the Treasury and adjusted in accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretary of ilealth, Education,
and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, and the
Federal disabUity insurance trust fund.
2 Through June 30,1987, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
3 Reimbmsement including $69,145 interest.
'
^ Revised.




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TABLE 63.—Federal supplementary medical insurance trustfund, June 30, 1968
[This trust fund was estabUshed in accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act amendments
approved July 30,1986 (42 U.S.C. 1395(t))]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1987
Receipts:
Premiums transferred from Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust fund. Federal disabUity insurance trust fund, raihoad retirement
account, and civil service retirement and disability fund
Premiums deposited by States
Premium coUections by Social Security Administration
Federal matching contributions
Interest on investments
MisceUaneous income.--.
Totalreceipts

$527, 901, 607.14
32,136, 900. 00
86.644,136.41
623,000,000. 00
15,041,275.05
10,879.22

Fiscal year 1968

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

$583, 919, 092.49 $1, 111, 820, 699. 63
63,026. 275. 00
85,162,175. 00
61,519,69L89
634,000, 000.00
20,103,173.15
610,810.53

148,163,827.30
1, 257, 000,000. 00
35,144,448.20
621,689.75

1.284,733,796.82 1,353,179,043.06

Expenditmes:
Benefit payments
Adniinistrative expenses:
Salaries and expenses
..
To general fund
To CivU service
To Federal old-age and survivors insm-ance
trustfund-To Public HeaUh Service

2,637,912,839.88

664,260, 684.06 1,389, 622,232.27

2,053,882,916.33

107,969,999.30
9.745.00
82,555.00

152,330,633.70
11,897.11
43,136.76

260,300,633.00
21,642.11
125, 69L 76

25,214,668.00
1,405, 000.00

-11,371,095.00
1,630,000. 00

13,843,573.00
3, 035, 000. 00

Total expenditures

798,942,65L 36 1,632,286,804.84

Balance

485,791,145.46 -179,087, 76L 78

2,331,209,456.20
306,703,383.68

II. ASSETS HELD B Y THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Assets
Investments in pubhc debt securities:
Special issues. Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury certfficates of indebtedness:
48-^% of 1968.—
Treasury notes:
4M%ofl969
4%%ofl970
4%%0fl971
4%% of 1972
4M%ofl973
4%% of 1974
55^% of 1976
Total investmentsL
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets




June 30,1967

Fiscal year
1968, increase
or decrease (—)

June 30,1968

$31,923, 000. 00 -$31, 923, 000. 00
31,923,000.00
31,923,000.00
31,923,000.00
31,923,000.00
31,923,000.00
287,311,000.00

-31,923,000.00
-31,923,000.00
-31,923,000.00
-31,923,000.00
-31,923,000.00
-12,425,000.00
6,527,000.00

$274,886,000.00
6,627,000.00

478,849,000.00 -197,436,000.00
6,942,146.46
18,348,238.22

281,413,000.00
25,290,383.68

485,791,145.46 -179,087,76L78

308,703,383.68

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T A B L E 64.—Federal old-age and survivors insurance trustfund, J u n e 30, 1968
[This trust fund, the successor of the old-age reserve account, was established in accoidance with the provisions of the Social Security Act Amendments (42 U.S.C. 401). For further detaUs see annual reports
of the Secretary for 1940, p. 212 and 1950, p. 42]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S

(EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

Receipts:
Appropriations 1
$172,171,762,26L 61 20,845,614,259. 36 $193, 017,376,520. 97
Less refund of internal revenue collections. — 1,627,018,750.00
-218, 745,000. 00 -1,845,763,750. 00
Deposits by States
10,600,704,785.85
2,035,560,918. 82
12, 635,968,704. 67
Interest and profits on investnients 2.
10,076,672,478.83
900,115,698. 82
10,976,788,177. 65
Transfers from general fund 3
93,386,400.00
78,000,000.00
171,386,400.00
Payments from railroad retirement account-.
35,393,000.00 .
35,393,000.00
Other 4
21,680,678.01
98,782. 41
21,679,460. 42
Totalreceipts..

191,372,183,854.30

Expenditures:
Benefit payments..
'•160,594,474,246.66
Construction of buUdings
38,361. 938.97
To railroad retirement account
3,630,063,000. 00
Administrative expenses:
Salaries and expenses s
3,291.639.975.78
To general fund
852.971,492.41
To Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare.
38,817,625.00
From Federal disability insurance trust
fund
-518,569,985.00
From Federal hospital insmance trust
fund
-62,600,292.00
From Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund
-24,226,668.00
Vocational Rehabilitation-Administrative
expenses...
90,000.00

23, 640,644, 659. 41

215,012,828,513. 71

20,736,868,476.19
3,353,929. 67
437,634,000. 00

181,331,342,721.84
41,705,868. 54
4,067,697,000.00

354,060,816. 90
64,024,165.93

3,645,600,792. 68
906,995,658. 34

5, 573,000. 00

44,390,626.00

5,532,698. 00

-513,037,287. 00

14,444, 424.00

-48,156,868. 00

11,946,095. 00

-12,280,673.00

291,000. 00

381,000. 00

Total expenditures

167,840,912,332.81

21,623,727,605. 59

189,464,639,938. 40

Balance..

23, 531,271,52L 49

2,016,917,063.82

25,548,188,576.31

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T

Assets

June 30, 1967

Investments in public debt secm'ities:
Special issues. Federal old-age and survivors
insurance trust fund series matm-ing
June 30:
Certificates of indebtedness:
4 ^ % of 1968
Treasury notes:
4>^%ofl96847^% of 1969
4 ^ % of 1970...
4J^%ofl971.
4M%ofl974.
5 ^ % of 1975Treasury bonds:
2 ^ % of 1970-

-

25^% of 1971-.
25^% of 1972-.
2y8% of 19732 ^ % of 1974-.
25^% of 1975-.
3M% of 19753 ^ % of 1976..
3K% of 1977..
37^% of 197843/g% of 1978..
4H% Of 197943^% of 1980-.
Total special issues
Footnotes at end of table.




$940,393,000.00

Fiscal year 1968,
hicrease, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1968

-$940,393,000.00 .

139. 618,000. 00
-139,618,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00
$1,080, on, 000. 00
296,626,000.00 .
296,626,000. 00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080, on, 000. 00
2,720,279,000.00
2,720,279,000.00
2,460,795,000. 00
2,460,795,000.00
486,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
1,080, 011,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
919,934,000.00 .
180,077,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
658,444,000.00 .
421, 567,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .

17,840,433,000.00

783,486,000. 00
1,080.on, 000. 00
1,080,on, 000.00
1,080,on, 000.00
1,080,on, 000.00
919,934,000.00
160,077,000. 00
1,080,on, 000.00
1,080,on, 000.00
658,444,000.00
421,567,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
1,080,on, 000.00

1,380,784,000.00

19,221,217,000.00

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TABLE 64.—Federal old-age and survivors insurance trustfund, June 30, 1968—Con.
IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s i n p u b l i c d e b t securities—Con.
P u b l i c issues:
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1964-69 (dated A p r . 15, 1943) - . . .
23^% of 1964-69 (dated Sept. 15, 1943)....
2y2% of 1967-72 (dated 0 ct. 20, 1941)
3 M % o f 1968
3J^% of 1968....
4 % of 1969 ( d a t e d A u g . 16, 1962).
4% of 1969 (dated O c t . 1, 1957).
4% of 1970
4% of 1971
4%, of 1973..
3J^%,ofl974
43^% of 1974
43^% of 1974
434% of 1975-85
334% of 1978-83
—
4% of 1980....
3 3 ^ % of 1980..-.
334% of 1985
434% of 1987-92..
43^% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990....
3 % of 1995..
33^%ofl998
T r e a s u r y notes:
5 ^ % Series A - 1 9 7 5 . . . .
6% Series B-1976
2 % % I n v e s t m e n t Series B -1976-80
Total public issues..
I n v e s t m e n t s i n agency securities:
Federal land b a n k bonds:
5J^% of 1967.
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k b o n d s :
6 ^ % of 1967....
6% of 1967
6 H % of 1967.
5 ^ % of 1968.
F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e credit b a n k debentures:
5.15% of 1967
6.20% of 1967
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association
secondary m a r k e t operations debentures:
5 ^ % of 1968
63^% of 1969—.
6% of 1969..
5M% of 1970
T o t a l agency securities..

Footnotes a t end of table.




DEPARTMENT-Continued

J u n e 30, 1967

$22,180,000.00 .
33,000,000.00 .
250.00 .
7,000,000.00
17,450,000.00
5,000,000.00 .
57,500,000.00 .
15,000,000.00 .
100,000,000.00 .
38,000,000.00 .
24,500,000.00 .
61,934,000.00 .
6,352,000.00 .
78,023,000.00 .
60,200,000.00 .
153,100,000.00 .
449,450,000.00 .
25,700,000.00 .
33,000,000.00 .
91,300,000.00 .
656,250,000.00 .
70,170,000.00 .
562,037,000.00.

F i s c a l y e a r 1968,
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1968

$22.180,000. 00
33.000.000. 00
250. 00
-$7,000,000.00 .
-17,450,000.00 .
5,000,000. 00
67,500,000. 00
15,000,000. 00
100,000,000.00
38,000,000.00
24,500,000.00
61,934,000.00
6,352,000. 00
78,023,000.00
60,200,000.00
153,100,000.00
449,450,000. 00
26,700,000.00
33,000,000.00
91,300,000.00
556,250,000.00
70,170,000.00
552,037,000. 00
7,000,000.00
17,450,000.00

1,064.902,000. 00 .

7,000,000.00
17,450,000.00
1,064,902,000. 00

3,522,048,250.00 .

3,522,048,250. 00

15,000,000. 00

-15,000,000.00

18,000,000. 00
26,000,000. 00
30,000,000. 00
25,000,000. 00

-18,000,000.00
-26,000,000.00 .
-30,000,000.00 .
-25,000,000.00

17,000,000. 00
10,000,000. 00

-17,000,000.00 .
-10,000,000.00 ,

10,000,000.00 .
25,000,000.00 .
41,500,000.00 .
20,000,000.00
217,500,000.00

10,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
41,600,000. 00
20,000,000.00

-121.000.000.00

96, 600,000.00

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TABLE 64.—Federal old-age and survivors insurance trustfund, Jumi 30, 1968—Con.
I I . ASSETS H E L D BY T H E TREASURY DEPARTMENT—Continued

J u n e 30,1967

Assets

I n v e s t n i e n t s i n p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates:
Federal N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association:
F e d e r a l assets l i q u i d a t i o n t r u s t :
53^% of 1972
.5.20% of 1982
5.10% of 1987 .
F e d e r a l assets finance t r u s t :
6% of 1971
6.40% of 1987
6.05% of 1988.
6.45% of 1988-..
T o t a l p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates

J u n e 30. 1968

$50,000,000. 00
100, 000,000. 00
50,000,000. 00

$50,000,000.00 .
100,000,000.00 .
50,000,000.00 .
$35,000,000. 00
75,000,000. 00
65,000,000. 00
35,000,000. 00

35,000,000.00
75,000,000. 00
65,000,000. 00
35,000,000. 00

200, 000,000. 00

premium

Total assets.

410,000,000. 00

1,469,784,000. 00
647,133,053.82

23.249,765,250. 00
2,298,423,325.31

23,531,271, 521. 49
and

210,000,000. 00

21,779,981,250. 00
1,751,290,271. 49

Total investnients, par value
Undisbursed funds ^ _
Subtotal
Unamortized discount
i n v e s t m e n t s (net)

Fiscal year 1968,
increase or
decrease (—)

2,016,917,053. 82

25,548.188. 575. 31

-15,882,412.67

697,398.65

—15.285,014.02

23,515,389,108. 82

2,017.614.452.47

26,632,903,561. 29

on

1 Appropriations are equal to the amount of employment taxes collected as estimated by the Secretary
of the Treasury and adjusted in accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal disabUity insurance trust fund, and the Federal
hospital trust fund.
2 Through June 30, 1967, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
3 In connection with payments of benefits to survivors of certain World War II veterans who died within
3 years after separation from active service.
4 Incidental recoveries, and beginning with fiscal year 1958, includes reimbursement of interest in the
net amount of $14,428,498.00 transferred from the Federal disabUity insurance trust fund; beginning with
the fiscal year 1966, $1,012,000.00 from the Federal hospital insurance trust fund; and beginning with the
fiscal year 1967, $989,000.00 from the Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund.
5 Paid directly from the trust fund beginning with the fiscal year 1947 under annual appropriation acts.
8 Includes the foUowing balances in accounts as of June 30:
1967
1968
Benefit payments
$1,738,326,446.78 $2,283,911.7n. 41
Salaries and expenses
12.558,913.74
12,793,722.50
Construction of buildings
404,910.97
1, 717.89L40
» Revised.
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TABLE 65.—Foreign service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1968

[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of May 24,1924, and the act of
Aug. 13, 1946 (22 U.S.C. 1062). For further detaUs, see annual report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 138]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1967

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Annuity payments and refunds..
Balance

$52,042,594.90
25,815,900.00
21,175,052.42

$4,569,469.93
4,440,993.24

$56,612,064.83
26,816,900.00
26,616,045.66

6,352,926.61
19,875.00
23,068,440.63

705,626.06
4,700.00
1,674,301.60

7,058,661.67
24,575.00
24,742,742.13

128,474,789.46

11,395,089.83

139,869,879.29

85,374,790.88

11,969,091.37

97,343,882.26

43,099,998.58

Receipts:
Deductions from salaries, service credit payments,
and voluntary contributions of employees subject to retirenient act...
Appropriations 1
Pajmients by employing agency 1
Receipts from civil service retirement and disabilityfund
Adjustments in widow smvivor benefits
Interest and profits on investments

Fiscalyear
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

-574,001.54

42,626,997.04

II. ASSETS HELD B Y THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Assets
Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues. Treasury certificates of indebtedness, foreign service rethement fund series
maturing June 30:
3% of 1988
4% of 1988.
3% of 1969
4% of 1969
Total mvestments....
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets

June 30,1967

Fiscal year 1988
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30,1968

$1,125,000.00
41,020,000.00

-$1,125,000.00
-41,020,000.00
1,137,000.00
40,723,000.00

$1,137,000.00
40,723,000.00

42,145,000.00
964,998.68
43,099,998.68

-285,000.00
-289, OOL 54
-574,001.54

41,860,000.00
665,997.04
42,525,997.04

1 Beginning July 1, 1961, appropriations are not made directly to the fund. Instead, in accordance with
the act approved Sept. 8,1960 (22 U.S.C. 1071(a)), the employing agency contributes (from appropriations
or funds from which the salaries are paid) amounts equal to the deductions from employee's salaries.




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245

TABLE 66.—Highway trustfund, June 30, 1968
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of section 209(a) of the Highway Revenue
Act of 1956 (23 U.S.C. 120 note)]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through June 30,
1987
Receipts:
Excise taxes i
Gasoline 2..
$25,314,987,708.83
Diesel and st)ecial motor fuels
1,143,316,877.81
Tires 2
3,195,723,104.40
Tread rubber 2
213,053,366.05
Trucks, buses, and trailers 2
2,666,170,211.28
Truck use.
772,776,997.44
Inner tubes 2
211,237,783.87
Othertires
' 272,718,179.33
Parts and accessories for trucks, buses,
etc
76,155,006.11
Lubricating oils
131,125,601.94
Totaltaxes..
Transfer to land and water conservation fund
Gross taxes-Deduct—Reimbursement to general f u n d refund of tax receipts:
Gasoline used on farms
Gasoline for nonhighway purposes or local
transU systems
Gasoline, other
Tires and tread rubber...
Trucks, buses, and trailers
Floor stock taxes
Lubricating oils not used in highway
motor vehicles...
Total refunds of taxes.
Net taxes
Interest on investment
Advances from general fund
Less return of advances to general fund
Reimbursement from general fund
Netreceipts
Expenditures:
Highway program:
Reimbursement to general fund
Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956...
Pentagon road network
Total highway program
Services of Department of Labor (administration and enforcement of labor standards)
Interest on advances from general fund
Total expenditures
Balance
Footnotes at end of table.




Fiscal year 1968

Cumulative
through June 30,
1968

$3,032,240,248.88
' 208,173,260.33
468,283,423.70
25,362,170.98
609,957,905.14
98,494,868.50
18,604,464.92

$28,347,227,957.71
1,351,489,138.14
3,664,006,528.10
238,415,536.03
3,176,128,116.42
871,271,865.94
229,842,248.79
272,718,179.33

80,519,682.45
81,637,490.71

156,674,588.66
212,763,092.65

33,997,263,836.06

4,523,273,415.61

38,520,537,261.67

63,800,000.00

30,000,000.00

93,800,000.00

33,933,463,838.06

4,493,273,415.61

38,426,737,251.67

994,376,577.80

88,013,951.61

1,082,389,529.41

220,303,157.79
103,007.84
97,416.90
66,650.56
-640.38

26,449,655.67

246,762,713.46
103,007.84
97,416.90
66,660.56
-640.38

40,096,001.86

-76,015.28

40,019,986.67

1,255,041,172.36

114,387,492.00

1,369,428,664.35

32,678,422,663.71
112,881,335.80
489,000,000.00
-489,000,000.00

4,378,885,923.61
33,502,526.99
15,097, 772.00

37,057,308,587.32
146,383,862.79
489,000,000.00
-489,000,000.00
15,097,772.00

32,791,303,999.51

4,427,486,222.60

37,218,790,222.11

601,018,553.13
31,556,210,648.96
2,222,053.59

4,171,106,966.22
4,483.42

501,018,553.13
36,727,316,615.18
2,226,537.01

32,059,451,255.68

4,171,110,449.64

36,230,561,705.32

368,225.00
6,288,481.44

368,226.00
6,288,481.44

32,086,107,962.12

4,171,11.0,449.64

36,237,218,411.76

725,196,037.39

256.376.772.96

981,571,810.35

246

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 66.-—Highway trustfund, June 30, 1968—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T
Assets

June 30,1967

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, Treasury certificates of indebtedness, highway trust fund series
maturing June 30:
43^% of 1968
4M% of 1969
Total investnients
Undisbursed balances.........
Totalassets

-..

$721,710,000.00
721,710,000.00
3,486,037.39
725,196,037.39

Fiscal year 1968
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30,1968

-$721,710,000.00-...
978.324.000.00
$978,324,000.00
256,614,000.00
-238,227.04
256.376,772.96

978,324,000.00
3,247,810.35
981,571,810.35

1 Aniounts equivalent to specified percentages of receipts from certain taxes on motor fuels, vehicles,
thes and tubes, and use of certain vehicles are appropriated and transferred monthly from general fund
receipts to the trust fund on the basis of estimates by the Secretary of the Treasury, with proper adjustments
to be made in subsequent transfers as required by section 209(c) of the Highway Revenue Act of 1956, as
amended (23 U.S.C. 120 note). See also the annual report to Congress on the financial conditioii and fiscal
operations of the highwa^'^ trust fund.
2 Includes floor stocks taxes.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 67.—Judicial survivors annuity fund, June SO, 1968

[This fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Aug. 3, 1956 [28 U.S.C. 376(b))]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967
Receipts:
Deductions from salaries and contributions
Interest and profits^on investments
Totalreceipts....
Expenditures:
Annuity payments, refunds, etc.

T;^ANSACTI0NS)

Fiscal yea):
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1968

$7,249,671.89
669,916.39
--.

$920,627. 72
142,637. 73

$8,170,299. 61
812, 654.12

7,919,588.28

1,063,265. 15

8,982,853. 73

4,334,728.69

4,847,145. 33

3.584.859.59

Balance.

512,416. B4
550.848.31

4,135,708.40

n . ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T
June 30,1967

Assets
Investments in public debt securities:
Public issues:
Treasury notes:
5H%, Series B-1971....
6% Series B-1975
Treasury bonds:
3J^%of 1968.
4% of 1969
4% of 1971
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962).—
43^% of 1973
3y8%oil97i
4 ^ % of 1974.
414% of 1975-85
3 ^ % of 1978-83.
33^% of 1980....
4% of 1980
4K% Of 1987-92
43/g% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990....
3% of 1995
31^% of 1998
Total investments
Undisbursed balance. Totalassets




Fiscal year r,)68
increase or
Jmie 30, 1968
decrease (—)

$146,000.00
195,000.00
40.500.00
240.000.00
160,000.00
70,000.00
169,000.00
122,000.00
537,500.00
273,600.00
199,500.00
500,600.00
419,600.00
167,000.00
188.500.00
61,000.00
113,500.00

...-

3,583,000.00
1,859.59
3,584,859.69

$195,000. (10
-196,000.(10

139,500.(0
107,000. CO
302, 500. 00

$146,000.00
195,000. 00
40,500.00
240,000.00
150,000.00
70,000.00
169,000.00
261,500.00
537,500.00
273,500.00
308,500. 00
500,600.00
722,000. 00
167,000.00
188,500.00
51,000.00
113,500.00

549,000.03
1,848.81

4,132,000. 00
3,708. 40

550,848.81

4,135,708.40

TABLE 68.—Library of Congress trust funds, June 30, 1968

to

[Established In accordance with provisions of the act of Mar. 3, 1926, as amended (2 U.S.C. 164-161). For fm'ther details see 1941 annual report, p . 149]

00

Permanent loan account

June 30, 1967

Fiscal year
1968

Name of donor:
Babine, Alexis V
_
$6,684.74 .
Benjamin, WUliam E
83,083.31 .
Bowker, Richard R
14,843.15 Carnegie Corporation of New York
93,307.98 .
Coolidge, Elizabeth S
804,444.26 .
Elson, Louis C , memorial fund
12,585.03 .
Friends of Music in the Library of Congress
9,209. 09
Guggenheim, Daniel
90,654.22 .
Hanks, Nymphus Corridon
5,227.31 .
Huntington, Archer M
260,577.68 .
Koussevitzky Music Foundation, Inc
208,099.41 .
Longworth, Nicholas, Foundation
10,691. 69 .
MUler, Dayton C
20, 548.18 .
National Library for the Blind, Inc
36,015.00 .
PenneU, Joseph
303,250.48 .
290,500.00 .
Porter, Hemy K., memorial fund
Roberts fund
62,703.75 ,
Scala, Norman P., memorial fund.
84,457. 46
Sonneck memorial fund.
12,088.13 .
Stem memorial fund
27,548.58 .
WhittaU, Gertrude C :
Collection of Stradivai'i instruments and
Tourte bows
._ 1,538,609.44 .
Poetry fund
_
_
414,698.20 .
General literature
393,279.69 .
Appreciation and understanding of good
literature..
150,000.00
WUbur, James B
305,813.57 .
Donations and investment income.
Expenditm-es from i n v e s t m e n t income
Balances i n t h e accounts

-

_ 5,238,920.11
5,238,920.11

1 Includes income from securities held as investment under

2 Represents unappropriated receipts.


June 30,1968

Income from donated securities, etc.

Interest at 4 percent paid by U.S.
Treasury

Funds on deposit with Treasurer of the
United States

Cumulative
through
June 30,1967

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative Cumulative
through
through
June 30,1968 June 30,1967

7,87L 39

$267.39
3,323. 34
593.72
3,732.32
32,177. 78
503.40
370. 09
3,626.16
209.10
10,423.10
8,323.98
427. 66
821.92
1,440. 60
12,130. 02
11,620. 00
2,508.16
3, 597. 92
483. 62
1,101. 94

$8,283. 72
69,575.27
8,826.34
113,098.10
494,040. 25
11,650. 51
5,979. 71
108,426.74
2,602. 26
225,356. 09
120,913. 23
11,108. 20
19.296. 89
22.583. 67
328.659. 50
254, 628. 04
43,081. 09
6,296. 89
14,455. 26
4,240. 01

867,081. 46
84,860. 78
143,087. 68

61,644.38
16,587. 92
15,731.18

928,605.83
101,448.70 .
158,818.86

160,000. 00
305,813. 57

7,77L 39

$8,016.33
66.25L93
8,232.62
109.365.78
461.862.47
11,147.11
5,609. 62
104,800.58
2,393.16
214,93L99
112,589. 26
10,680. 54
18,474. 97
21,143. 07
316,529.48
242,908. 04
40, 572. 93
2,698. 97
13,971. 74
3,138. 07

L 538,609. 44
,
414,698. 20
393.279. 59

$100.00

$6,684. 74
83,083.31
14,843.15
93,307.98
804,444. 26
12,585. 03
9,309.09
90,654. 22
5,227. 31
260,677. 66
208,099. 41
10,691. 59
20,648.18
36,016.00
303,250. 46
290, 500. 00
62,703.75
92,228. 85
12,088.13
27,648. 58

79,898.31
362,225. 44

6,000. 00
12,232. 56

85,898.31 .
374,458. 00

6,246.791. 50 3,312,452.31
3,041,314.14

7,87L39 2 5,248,79L50

271.138.17

209,778.16 3, 522,230. 47
175,612. 91 3,216,927. 05
34.165.25

305,303.42

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

$1,785. 68 .
49,744.50
8,024.80
37,838.36
131,904.76

$1,785. 68
49,744. 50
8,024.80
37,838.36
131,904.76
318. 22
32,759.36

318.22 .
32,759.36

Pi

o
O

W
Ul

479,146.83

o

767. 02
412.50 -

757. 02
412. 50

pi

85,487.80 26,389. 03

85,487.80
25,389. 03

Pi

4,429.73 .
75. 00 .

4,429.73
76.00

457,617.89

1 $21,628. 94

>
O

3,382.00

3,382. 00

"2,'i68."26"

"2,'i68.'26

H3

107,346. 09

>

107,345.09
949,319. 90
938,532.85

21,628. 94
27,057. 62

970,948.84
965, 590. 37

10,787.05

-5,428.58

5,368. 47

deed of trust dated Nov. 17,1936, administered by designated trustees including the Bank of New York.

Pi
Ul

d
Kl

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 69.—National service life insurance fund, June SO. 1968

[This trust fund was established in accordance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e act of Oct. 8,1940 (38 U . S . C . 720).
F o r f u r t h e r details, see a n n u a l r e p o r t of t h e Secretary for 1941, p . 143]
I. R E C E I P T S A N D E X P E N D I T U R E S ( E X C L U D I N G I N V E S T M E N T
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1967
Receipts:
P r e m i u m s a n d other receipts
Interest on investments
P a y m e n t s from general fund

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal y e a r 1968

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30,1968

Balance-.

$473,680,636.80
213,543,626.11
5, 287, 290.11

$12, 764, 234,572.37
4,099,014,553. 31
4, 776,100,119.29

20,946,837,79L95

692,511,463,02

21,639,349,244.97

14,860,715,471.48

546, 927,114.87

15,406,642,586. 36

6,086,122,320.47

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit p a y m e n t s , d i v i d e n d s , a n d r e f u n d s . .

$12,290,553,935.67
3,885,471,027.20
4, 770,812,829.18

146,684,338.16

6,232, 706,658.62

IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s i n p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Special issues, n a t i o n a l service life i n s u r a n c e
fund series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
Treasury notes:
3 ^ % of 1968.
4 ^ % of 1968
35^% of 1989
4H%ofl969
3 ^ % of 1970
• 43/^% of 1970.
4H%0fl971
53^% of 1975
Treasury bonds:
3 % of 1968
3M%ofl968.
3 % of 1969
3M%0fl969
3 % of 1970
3M%ofl970
3 % of 1971
3 ^ % Of 1971
3M%ofl971.
3 % of 1972
3 ^ % of 1 9 7 2 . . . .
3 ^ % of 1972
3 % of 1973
35^% of 1973
3 ^ % of 1973
3 % of 1974
3 ^ % of 1974
3M%ofl974
3 ^ % of 1975
3M%ofl975
33^% of 1976
3 ^ % of 1976.—
3 ^ % of 1976.
334% of 1977
35^% of 1977
3H%0fl978
3 ^ % of 1978.
3 ^ % of 1979
3 ^ % of 1980
4 ^ % Of 1981
-.
T o t a l special issues_




DEPARTMENT
Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1967

$6,946,000.00
13,696,000.00
6,946,000.00
13,696,000.00
6,946,000.00
13,696,000.00
644,480,000.00

-$6,946,000.00 .
-13,696,000.00 .
.
.
.
.
.
332,597,000.00

192,640,000.00
7,873,000.00
379,000,000.00 .
7,873,000.00.
379,000,000.00 .
7,873,000.00 .
379,000,000.00 .
6,946,000.00 .
7,873,000.00 .
379,000,000.00 .
6,946,000.00 .
7,873,000.00 .
379,000,000.00 .
6,946,000.00 .
7,873,000.00 .
379,000,000.00 .
6,946,000.00 .
7,873,000.00 .
6,946,000.00 .
386,873,000.00 .
343,149,000.00 .
43,724,000.00 .
6,946,000.00 .
386,307,000.00 .
7,612,000.00 .
298,269,000.00 .
95,660,000.00 .
393,819,000.00 .
393,819,000.00 .
226,462,000.00 .
5,744,307,000.00

J u n e 30, 1968

$6,946,000. 00
13,696,000.00
6,946,000.00
13,696,000.00
644,480,000. 00
332,597,000.00

-192,640,000.00 .
-7,873,000.00 .
379,000,000.00
7,873,000. 00
379,000,000.00
7,873,000. 00
379,000,000. 00
000. 00
6, 946,
000. 00
7, 873,
379,000,000.00
6,946, 000.00
7,873,000.00
379,000,000. 00
6,946,000. 00
7,873,000.00
379,000,000.00
000.00
6, 946,
7,873,000.00
6,946,000.00
386,873,000. 00
343,149,000.00
43,724, 000. 00
6,946;000. 00
386,307,000. 00
7,512,000. 00
000. 00
298, 259,
95,660,000. 00
393,819,000. 00
393,819,000. 00
226,462,000.00
111, 442,000.00

6,866, 749,000.00

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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 69.—Naiional service life insurance fund, June 30, 1968—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s in agency securities:
Federal land bank bonds:
5H%ofl967
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k b o n d s :
6% of 1967
...-5 ^ % of 1968
Federal interniediat
credit b a n k d e b e n tures:
6.20% of 1967.
6.15% of 1967.
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgag < Association
s e c o n d a r y m a r k e t operations debentures :
53^% of 1969
6% of 1969
T o t a l agency securities..
I n v e s t m e n t s in p a r t i c i p a t i o n certUicates:
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association:
F e d e r a l assets l i q u i d a t i o n t r u s t :
4.75% of 1969...
534% of 1969
5.20% of 1972..
5.20% of 1 9 7 7 . . .
F e d e r a l assets finance t r u s t :
6.35% of 1970
6% of 1971-..
6.45% of 1 9 8 8 . . .
T o t a l p a r t i c i p a t i o n certificates.
Total investments.
Undisbursed balance.
Totalassets

DEPARTMENT-Continued
Fiscal year
1968, increase.
or decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1967

$15,000,000.00

-$15,000,000.00 ,

35, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00

-35,000,000.00
-25,000,000.00 ,

25, 000, 000. 00
17, 000, 000. 00

J u n e 30,1968

-26,000,000.00 .
-17,000,000.00 ,

25,000,000.00
42,500,000.00
184, 500, 000. 00

25,
25,
25,
75,

000,
000,
000,
000,

000.
000.
000.
000.

$25, 000, 000. 00
42, 500, 000. 00
-117,000,000.00

00
00
00
00

67, 500, 000. 00

25,
25,
25,
75,
60, 000,000. 00
70, 000,000. 00
35,000, 000. 00

000, 000. 00
000, 000.00
000, 000. 00
000, 000. 00

60, 000, 000. 00
70, 000,000. 00
35, 000, 000. 00

150,000, 000. 00

155,000,000.00

306, 000, 000. 00

6, 078, 807, 000. 00
7, 315, 320.47

149, 442, 000. 00
-2,857,66L85

I, 228, 249, 000. 00
4,457, 658. 62

6,086,122,320.47

146, 584,338.15

6, 232, 706, 658. 62

N O T E . — P o l i c y loans o u t s t a n d i n g , o n basis of information f u r n i s h e d b y t h e V e t e r a n s ' A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ,
a m o u n t e d t o $701,799,864.07, as of J u n e 30,1968.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 70.—Pershing H a l l Memorial fund, J u n e 30, 1968

[This special fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of June 28, 1935, as aniended
(36 U.S.C. 491). For further detaUs. see annual report of the Secretary for r)41, p. 155]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S ( E X C L U D I N G INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1987
Receipts:
Appropriations
Profits on i n v e s t m e n t s
N e t increase in book value of b o n d s
Interest earned

Fiscal year 19(18

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1988

$482,032.92 ,
5,783.21 .
12,000.35 .
174,383.88

Balance

.

7,385.(10

681,585.36

288,629.70 .
170,691.38

7,385. CO

288,629.70
178,078.38

459,321.08

T o t a l expenditures

674,200.36

. .

Expenditures:
C l a i m s a n d expenses
N a t i o n a l Treasurer, A m e r i c a n L e g i o n . . .

$7,"385.'oo"

. .

Totalreceipts .

$482,032.92
5,783.21
12,000.35
181,768.88

7,385.00

468, 706.08

214,879.28 .

IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

T o t a l assets . . .

323-147—'69-




Fiscal year
1968 increase
or decrease ( - )

J u n e 30, 1968

$211,000.00 .
3,879.28
.

-17

DEPARTMENT

J u n e 30, 1967

I n v e s t m e n t s i n public debt securities:
P u b l i c issues:
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , 33^% of 1990
U n d i s b u r s e d balance .

214,879.28

.

$211, 000. 00
3,879.28

214,879.28

214,879.28

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1 ^ 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
96
TABLE 71.—Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1968

[This t r u s t a c c o u n t w a s established i n accordance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e act of J u n e 24,1937 (45 U . S . C .
228o). F o r further details, see a m i u a l report of t h e Secretary for 1941, p . 148]
L RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES

(EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1987

Receipts:
T a x collections:
Appropriated 1
$14,587,643,743.68
Unappropriated-10,499,177.14
Less refunds o f t a x e s 2__
-165,189.08
F i n e s a n d penalties
650.00 .
I n t e r e s t a n d profits on i n v e s t m e n t s
2,136,490,460.45
P a y m e n t s from F e d e r a l old-age a n d survivors, F e d e r a l disability insurance, a n d
F e d e r a l hospital i n s u r a n c e t r u s t funds 3, 3,764,200,000. 00
R a i l r o a d u n e m p l o y m e n t insurance account:
I n t e r e s t o n ad v a n c e s . - - 66,017,864.86
R e p a y m e n t of a d v a n c e s - . .
428,556,000.00

Fiscal year
1988

$809,245,366.99
37,446,122. 53
- 6 0 7 , 8 4 1 . 02
"'i77,'448,'629."28"
414,431,000.00

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1968

$15,396, 889,110. 67
47, 945, 299. 67
- 6 7 3 , 030.10
650. 00
2,313,939, 089.73
4,178, 631,000. 00

7,130,386. 87
84,576, 000. 00

72,148, 251.73
613,131,000. 00

20,992,241,707.05

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit p a y i n e n t s , etc....L
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e expenses ^ P a y m e n t s t o F e d e r a l hospital insurance
trustfund
F e d e r a l old-age a n d s u r v i y p r s a n d F e d e r a l
disabUity i n s u r a n c e t r u s t f u n d s :
Payments...
Interest payments
A d v a n c e s t o railroad u n e m p l o j m e n t ins u r a n c e account
.
I n t e r e s t on refunds of taxes

1, 529,769,664.65

22, 522, Oil, 371.70

15,685,747,333.16
149,046,838.15

1,364,231,310.35
13,800,483.78

17, 049, 978,643. 50
162,847,321. 93

16,305,000.00 .

16,305, 000. 00

26,831,000.00 .
35,393,000.00 .

26,831, 000.00
35,393,000.00

618,806,000.00
19,930.57

34,700, 000. 00
13,203.68

653,506,000. 00
33,134.26

16,532,149, IOL 87

Total expenditures. -Transfer from railroad r e t i r e m e n t
mental account

TRANSACTIONS)

1,412,744,997.81

17,944,894, 099. 68

supple321,479.09

260,969.38

582,438.47

4,460,414,084.27

Balance

117,285,626.22

4,677, 699,710. 49

IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

DEPARTMENT

J u n e 30,1967

I n v e s t m e n t s i n p u b h c d e b t securities:
Special issues, railroad r e t i r e m e n t series,
m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
T r e a s u r y certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
4 % % of 1968
T r e a s u r y notes:
4^^% of 1969
i H % of 1989....
m % of 1969....
41,^% of 1970....
m % of 1970....
m % of 1971....
i H % of 1974....
5 ^ % of 1976....
Treasury bonds:
4 % of 1969
4% of 1970
43^% of 1970...
4 % of 1971
4i.^%0f 1971.-4%ofl972
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e




Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

$67,114,000.00

-$67,114,000.00

23, no, 000. 00

184,844, 000. 00
10,257, 000. 00
10,298, 000. 00
10,267, 000.00
321,044, 000.00 .
416,402, 000.00 .

-23,110,000.00
-184,844,000. 00
-10,257,000.00 .
-10,298,000.00 .
-10,257,000.00 .
482,623,000.00

247, 000. 00
185, 091,000. 00
12, 812,000. 00
185, 091,000. 00
23,110,000.00 .
186, 091,000. 00 .

J u n e 30, 1968

-247,000.00 .
-186,091,000.00 .
-12,812,000.00 .
-19,448,000.00

$321, 044,000. 00
416,402,000. 00
482,623,000. 00

165,643,000. 00
23, n o , 000. 00
185,091, 000. 00

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TABLE 71.—Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1968—Continued
IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s in p u b l i c d e b t securities—Con.
Special issues, railroad r e t i r e m e n t series,
m a t u r i n g J u n e 30—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
43^% of 1972
4% of 1973
43^% of 1973
4% of 1974.
4]/^% of 1974.
4% of 1976
4>g%ofl975
4% of 1976
43^% of 1976
4% of 1977.
43^% of 1977
4% of 1978.
43^% of 1978
43^% of 1979....43^% of 1980
T o t a l special issues
P u b l i c issues:
T r e a s u r y notes:
5%, Series .B-1970
4 ^ % . Series A - 1 9 7 2 . . . .
i y % , Series B-1972
5M% Series A-1975
6% Series A-1975.
Treasury bonds:
3 y % of 1988.
33^% of 1988...
4% of 1969 ( d a t e d Oct. 1, 1957)....
4% of 1989 ( d a t e d A u g . 15, 1962)..
4% of 1970...
3 ^ % of 1971..
4% of 1971
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962).
4% of 1972 (dated N o v . 15, 1962)..
33^% of 1974
4 ^ % of 1975-85...
3 H % of 1980
4% of 1 9 8 0 - . .
3 ^ % of 1985
43^% of 1987-92
4% of 1988-93
43^% of 1989-94
3 y % of 1990
3 % of 1995
33^% of 1998..
T o t a l p u b l i c issues..
I n v e s t m e n t s in agency securities:
F e d e r a l l a n d b a n k bonds:
53^% of 1967
F e d e r a l h o m e loan b a n k b o n d s :
5J^%ofl967
6% of 1967
6 ^ % of 1967...
534% of 1988.
6.30% of 1969
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association
secondary m a r k e t operations debentures:
57/^% of 1968
6% of 1969....
5 M % o f 1970
F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e credit b a n k debentures:
6.20% of 1967
T o t a l agency securities-.
F o o t n o t e s a t end of t a b l e ;




DEPARTMENT-Continued
Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

J u n e 30, 1967

$23. no, 000.00

185, 091, 009.00
23, no, 000.00
185, 091, ODO. 00
23, no, 000.00
185, 091, 003.00
23, no, 000.00
185, 091, 000.00
23, no, 000.00
185, 091, ODD. 00
23, no, 000.00
185, 091, 000. 00
23, no, 000. 00
208, 201, 003.00
208, 201, 000. 00

.
.
.

$23, n o ,000.
185, 091,000.
000.
23, no,
185, 091,000.
000.
23, no,
185, 091,000.
000.
23, no,
185, 091,000.
000.
23, no,
185, 091,000.
000.
23, no,
185, 091,000.
000.
23, no,
208, 201,000.
208, 201,000.

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

3, 323,486, 000. 00

-$40, 855, 000. 00

32, 000,000. 00 .
18,000,000.00 .
20,000,000.00
14, 000, 000. 00
7, 000, 000. 00
14, 000,000. 00
7, 000,000. 00
57, 000,000.00 ,
51, 000,000.00
35, 000,000.00 .
46, 500,000.00 .
8, 500,000.00 .
33, 500,000.00
21, 000,000.00 .
156, 700,000.00 .
47, 261,000.00 .
000.00 .
6, 000,
125, 550,000.00 .
6, 900,000.00 .
14, 000,000.00 .
6, 000,000.00 .
13,100, 000.00 .
38,925, 000.00 .
3,200, 000.00 .
31, 550,000.00 .

J u n e 30. 1988

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

3,282, 831, 000. 00

32, 000, 000. 00
18, 000, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
7, 000, 000. 00

-14,000,000.00
-7,000,000.00
67, 000,000. 00
5!, 000,000. 00
35, 000,000. 00
46, 500,000. 00
8, 500,000. 00
33, 500,000. 00
21, 000,000. 00
156, 700,000. 00
47, 261,000. 00
000. 00
6, 000,
125, 550,000. 00
6, 900,000. 00
14, 000,000. 00
000. 00
6, 000,
13,100, 000. 00
38, 925,000. 00
3,200, 000. 00
31, 550,000. 00

792,686,000.00

792, 686, 000. 00

15, 000, 000. 00

-15,000,000.00 .

18, 000, 000. 00
26, 000, 000. 00
30, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00

-18,000,000.00
-26,000,000.00 .
-30,000,000.00
-25,000,000.00
50, 000, 000. 00

50, 000, 000. 00

20, 000, 000. 00

10, 000, 000. 00
41, 500, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00

10,000,000.00
41,500,000.00

10, 000, 000. 00
175, 500, 000. 00

-10,000,000.00 .
-54,000,000.00

121, 500, 000. 00

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TABLE 71.—Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1968—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E TREASURY D E P A R T M E N T - C o n t i n u e d

Assets

June 30, 1967

Investments in participation certificates:
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
5.20% of 1977
Federal assets finance trust:
6.35% of 1970-.L...
6% of 1971
.
6.30% of 1971......

$50,000,000.00

June 30, 1968

$50,000,000. 00
$50,000,000. 00
70,000,000. 00
40,000,000. 00

Total participation certificates..
Total investnients
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets
:..

Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

50, 000,000. 00
70,000,000. 00
40,000,000. 00

50,000,000. 00

160,000,000. 00

210,000,000. 00

4,341,672,000. 00
118,742,084.27
4,480,414,084.27

65,145,000. 00
52, 140,628. 22

4,406,817, 000. 00
170,882,710. 49

117, 285, 626. 22

4,577,699.710. 49

1 Includes the Government's contribution for creditable mUitary service under the act of Apr. 8. 1942. as
aniended by the act of Aug. 1. 1956 (45 U.S.C. 228c-l(n)(p)). Effective July 1. 1951, appropriations of receipts are equal to the amount of taxes deposited in the Treasury (less refunds) under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act (26 U.S.C. 3201-3233).
2 The result of reclassification, prior to 1967 was included in "Unappropriated."
3 Pursuant to act of June 24, 1937 (45 U.S.C. 228c(k)).
4 Beginning Aug. 1, 1949, paid from the trust fund under title IV, act of June 29, 1949 (45 U.S.C. 228 p)
and subsequent annual appropriations acts.

TABLE 72.^Railroad retirement holding account, June 30, 1968
1. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING I N V E S T M E N T TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967
Receipts:
Appropriated tax coUections.
Interest and profits on investments

Fiscal yeai-1968

Cumulative
through
June 30,1988

Balance

$1,078,000.00
24,000.00

$5,098,000. 00
71,000.00

4,067,000.00

1,102,000.00

5,169.000.00

4.067.000.00

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments, etc

$4,020,000.00
47,000. 00

1,102,000.00

5,169,000.00

II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T

Assets
Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, railroad retirement series, maturing June 30:
Treasury certificates of indebtedness:
4M%ofl968
5M%ofl969
Total investmentsUndisbursed balance
Total assets..




June 30, 1967

Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

June 30, 1968

-$4,067,000.00 .
6,169. 000.00

$5,169, 000. 00

4, 067. 000. 00

1.102, 000. 00

6,169, 000. 00

4,067,000.00

1.102,000.00

5.169, 000.00

$4,067,000.00

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TABLE 73.—Railroad retirement supplemental account, June SO, 1968
[The trust fund was est.ablished in accordance with the provisions of the act of Oct. 30,1968 (31 U.S.C. 66b)J
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967
Receipts:
Tax collections:
Appropriated
Less refunds of taxes
Interest and profits on investments

Fiscal year 19815

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1968

Total expenditures
Transfer to railroad retirenient account
Balance

$46,550,323.04

29,313,902.62

47,500,360.98

5,686,995.15
.15

23.479.865.88
—.15

29,166,86L03

5,686,995.30

23,479,865.73

29,166,88L03

-321,479.09

-280,959.38

-582,438.47

12,177,983.97

Expenditures:
Benefit payments
Interest on refunds of taxes

$28,517,196.81
-158.32
796,647.49

18,186,458.36

Totalreceipts

$18,033,126.23
158.32
153,490.45

5,573,077.a

17,751,06L48

950,037.94

II. ASSETS HELD BY THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Assets

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, railroad retirement series, maturing
June 30:
Treasury certificates of indebtedness:
4M%of 1968
6^%of 1969
Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets...




June 30, 1967

Fiscal year
1968, increase
or decrease (—)

$10,977,000.00 -$10, 977,000. dO
15,261,000.(10
10,977,000.00
1,200,983.97
12,177,983.97

4,284,000.00
1,289,077.51
5,573,077. ol

June 30,1968

$15,261,000.00
15,261,000.00
2,490, O L 48
O
17,751. O L 48
O

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TABLE 74.— Unemployment trustfund, June SO, 1968

[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 904(a) of the Social Security Act
of Aug. 14, 1935 (42 U.S.(3. 1104). For fmther detaUs see amiual report of the Secretary for 1941. p. 145]
I. RECEIPTS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)
Cmnulative
through
June 30, 1967

Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1968

STATE UNEMPLOYMENT ACCOUNTS

ReceintsAppropriations from general fund i.. Deposits by States..
:
Interest earned:
CoUected..
Accrued--Totalreceipts

Total expenditures.. L

Nettransfers

$138,024,733.38
2 51^270,551,223.03

4,701,741,838.14
25,584,185.74

420,293,600.09
2,208,652.29

5,122,035,438.23
27,792,838.03

3,027,559,677.64

56,658,404,232.67

43,392,768,420.46

Transfers:
From Employment Security Administration Account (1958 A c t ) . . . .
To the raUroad unemployment insurance
account
From Federal unemployment account
From Federal extended compensation
account (reimbursement)
To Federal unemployment account

$2,605,057,425.26

53,530,844,555.03

-

Expenditures:
Withdrawals by States..
Advances to States

$138,024,733.38
48,665,493,797.77

3 2,073,824,663.13

2 45^466,583,083.59

43,392,758,420.46

2,073,824,663.13

45,466,583,083. 59

19,615,577.28

"1,930,092.76

-107,226,93L89
236,765,000. 00

21,545,670.04
-107,226,93L89
236,765,000.00

46,282,805.47
-141,431,500. 00

5-74,899,652. 78

46,282,805.47
-216,331.152.76

54,004,950.86

-72,969,560.00

-18,964,609.14

10,192,091,085.43

Balance

880,765,454.51

11,072,856,539.94

2,419,856,491. 79

130,868,121. 70

2,550,723,613.49

618,806,000.00

34,700,000.00

653,608,000.00

RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
ACCOUNTS'
B E N E F I T PAYMENTS! ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board....
Advances from the raih-oad retirenient
account....
-...
From the raUroad unemployment insurance administration fund
Advance by the Secretary of Treasmy
Interest earned:
CoUected..
Accrued

106,187,199.00
15,000,000.00

106,187,199.00
15,000,000. 00
77,736.99
408.61

222,108,459.58
27,866.95

3,381,906,870.82

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments
To the raihoad unemployment insurance
administration fund
.
Repayment of advances to railroad retirement account
.Repayment of advance to the Secretary
of the Treasury
.
Repayment of advances from general fund
for temporary unemployment compensation benefits
.
Payment of interest on advances from railroad rethement account.

222,030,722.59
27,467.44

165.646,287.20

3,547,563,138.02

2,950,061,785.37

75,724,269.54

3,025.786,054.91

84,576,000.00

613,131,000.00

12,338,198.54
428,555.000.00

12,338,198.54

15,000,000.00

15,000,000.00

19,398,592.24

19,398,592.24

Transfers:
To the railroad unemployment insurance
administration fund 6....
From State unemployment funds
From the railroad unemployment insurance administration fund 7

7,130,386.87

72,148,251. 73

3,490,371,44L 01

Total expenditures

65,017,864.86

167,430,656.41

3,657,802,097.42

-3,484,997.48
107,226,931.89

-3,464,997.48
107,226,931.89

8,808,21L85

2.474,440.10

11,282,65L95

Nettransfers

-

112,570,146.26

2,474.440.10

115.044.686.36

Balance

-

4,105.676.07

690,050.89

4,796,626..96

Footnotes at end of part I.




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TABLE 74.— Unemployment trustfund, June 30, 1968—Continued
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
TRANSACTIONS)—Conthiued
Fiscal year
1968

Cumulative
thi-ough
June 30, 1967

Cumulative
through
June 30,1968

RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

ACCOUNTS-Continued
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE FUND
Receipts:
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board
Adjusted for prior year (unexpended
balance)
Collected...-'
AccruedTotalreceipts
Expenditmes:
Administrative expenses
Transfers:
From railroad unemployment insurance
accounts
To raihoad unemployment insurance
accounts..
Nettransfers
Balance

$78,679,882.83

$8,724,408.12

7,237,03L36 - . . .

$87,304,288.95
7,237,03L36

1,640,844.64
19,747.88
87,377,508.71

277,709.67
1,459.37
9,003,576.16

1,818,564.31
21,207.25
96,381,081.87

75,687,380.95

6,514,316.28

82,201,697.23

-8.808,21L85

-2,474,440.10

-11,282,65L 95

-5,343,214.37

-2,474,440.10

-7,817,664.47

6,346,9n.39

14,818.78

6,361,730.17

3,464,997.48

3,464.997.48

FEDERAL EXTENDED COMPENSATION
ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Advances from general f u n d . . .

8 814,094,450.04

Expenditmes:
Teniporary extended unemployment compensation payments.
Repayment of advances from general fund..
Total expenditmes...

767,167,427.19
773,014,117.18
1,540,181,644.37

Transfers:
From employment security administration
account
Reimbursement to State accounts

772,369,899.80
-48,282,805.47

772,360,899.80
-46,282,806.47

726,087,094.33

726,087,094.33

Nettransfers.

814,094,450.04

-41,816.25
41,816.25

767,125,610.94
773,055,933.43
1,540,181,544.37

Balance..
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Transfers (Federal unemployment taxes):
Appropriated 0 . . .
4,396,597,907.02
Less refund of taxes
-34,155,352.96
Advance from general (revolving) fund....
1,718,972,240.70
Less return of advances to general fund.. -1,718,972,240.70
Collected--..'....
Accrued.
Totalreceipts

13,690,085.88
224,294.70
4,376,356,934.64

Expenditures:
Administrative expenses to Department of
Labor
1,364,660.00
Salaries and expenses, Bm-eau of Employment Secmity.
90,600,12L65
Grants to States for unemployment compensation and employment service administration
3,007,629,452.28
Payments to general fund:
Temporary unemployment compensa- tion—1958
182,431,126.93
Reimbursement for administrative expenses.
42,728,958.23
Interest on advances from general (revolvhig)fund
20,641,152.34
Interest on refund of taxes961,688.08
Total expenditmes
Footnotes at end of part I.




3,346,247,049.61

607,978,18L 14
-6,829,246.49
264,695,753.00
-264.695,753.00

6,004,576,088.16
-39,984,699.45
1,983,667,993.70
-1,983,667,903.70

2,723,434.22
14,3n.71
604,886,680.58

16,413,520.10
238,606.41
4,981,243,615.22

682,000.00

2,046,650.00

17,869,402.00

108,469,623.66

551,689,218.04

3,559.118.670.32

1,686.81

182,432,813.74

8.678.303.20
3,271,106.14
250,734.68

61.407.261.43
23,912,258.48
1,202,322.76

682,342,450.87

3,928,689,500.38

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T A B L E 74.— Unemployment t r u s t f u n d , J u n e 30, 1968—Continued
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
TRANSACTIONS)—Continued
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1967

Fiscal year
1988

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1968

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

ACCOUNT—Continued
Transfers:
To State accounts
.
To Federal unemployment account:
Excess 9
Reduced tax credits:
Alaska
L
Michigan
:
To Federal extended compensation account.

-$1,930,092.76

-$21,545,670.04

-167.319.019.48

-8,898,375.63

-178,217,395.11

-1,340,289.77
-15,381,202.36
—772,369,899. 80

-20.903.87

-1,361.193.64
-15,381,202.36
—772,369,899. 80

-976,026,988.69

-10,849,372.26

-986,875,360.95

54,083,896.44

Nettransfers....
Balance

-$19,616,577.28

11,694,867.45

65,778,753.89

FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Appropriations from general fund 1
Interest earned:
Collected
Accrued
.

..-

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
To Bureau of Employment Security, Department of Labor..

207,350,872.17

207,350,872.17

98,443,193.13
1,122,944.21

19,263,190.42
101,175.95

117,696,383.55
1,224,120.18

306,917,009.51

19,354,366.37

326,271,375.88

6,070,787.08

6,070,787.1

T rSiiis fPT*^'

To state unemployment accounts
From State uneraployment accounts
From eraployment security administration
account—reduced tax credits
From eraployraent security administration
account—excess 1
0
Nettransfers.
Balance

-236,765,000.00
141,431,500.00

74,899,652.76

-236,765,000.00
216,331,152.76

16,721,492.13

20,903.87

18,742,398.00

167,319,019.48

8,898,375.63

176,217,395.11

88,707,0n.61

83,818,932.26

172,525,943.87

389,553,234.04

103,173,298.63

492,726,532.67

10,192,091,085.43

880,765,454. 51

11,072,856,539. 94

4,105,576.07
6,348,9n. 39

690,050.89
14,818.78

4,795,626.96
6,361,730.17

54,083,898.44
389,553,234.04

11,694,857.45
103,173,298.63

65,778,753.89
492,726,632.67

10,648,180,703.37

996,338,480.28

11,642,619,183.63

SUMMARY OF BALANCES

State uneraployment accounts
Railroad unemployraent insurance accounts:
Benefit payraents account.
Administrative expense fund
Federal extended corapensation account
Eraployraent security adrainistration account..
Federal uneraployraent account
Totalassets

1 Aniounts appropriated to the unemployment trust fund prior to enactment of the Employment Security
Act of 1960 representing the excess of collections frora Federal unemployment tax over employraent security
expenses (42 U.S.C. 1101(b)).
2 Includes $25,000 duplicate deposit by a State agency returned to State agency by U.S. Treasury check
but not shown in the State account.
3 Includes final repayraent by Michigan of Teniporary Unemployment Compensation, act of 1958, $13,673,334.98.
4 Represents transfer of $15,108.78 to California, $13.45 to Delaware, $2,659.55 to Indiana, $14,257.51 to
Massachusetts. $2,141,28 to Minnesota, $1,667.13 to Michigan, $1,707,153.48 to New Jersey, and $187,091.58 to
West Virginia.
6 Represents partial repayment by Alaska and final repayment by Michigan of advances from the Federal
uneraployraent account.
6 Aniount transferred pursuant to Public Law 88-133, approved Oct. 5,1963 (77 Stat. 219).
7 Represents the excess in the adrainistrative expense fund transferred pursuant to sec. 11(d) of the Railroad Uneraployraent Insurance Act (45 U.S.C. 361(d)).
8 Includes $36,274,280.68 not repayable to general fund pursuant to sec. 905(a) ofthe Social Security Act, as
aniended.
0 Excludes unappropriated receipts of —$1,993,159.20.
1 Represents excess in the eraployraent security administration account transferred pursuant to 42 U.S.C.
0
1102.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 74.— Unemployment trust fund, J u n e 30, 1968—Co;itinued
II. A S S E T S H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T ( A C C R I A L BASIS)

Assets

I n v e s t r a e n t s in public d e b t secmities:
Special issues. T r e a s u r y certificates of indebtedness, u n e r a p l o y m e n t t r u s t fund
series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
4 % of 1968
4M%ofl969
T o t a l special issues
P u b l i c issues:
T r e a s u r y notes:
5% Series A-1970...
5 ) ^ % Series A - 1 9 7 1 . . . .
i ' H % Series A-1972
4 M % Series B-1972
5 X % Series A - 1 9 7 5 . . .
6% Series B-1975
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1984-69 (dated A p r . 15, 1 9 4 3 ) . . .
23^% of
^X2Vo c 1964-69 (dated Sept. 15, 1943)...
23^% of 1965-70..
33/g% of 1968
3K%ofl968
4 % of 1969 (dated A u g . 16, 1962)..
4 % of 1969 (dated Oct. 1 , 1 9 5 7 ) . . .
4 % of 1970 (dated J a n . 1,1985)....
4 % of 1970 (dated J u n e 20,1963)..
4 % of 1971
3 ^ % of 1971
4 % of 1972 (dated Sept. 15,1962)..
4 % of 1972 (dated N o v . 15, 1962).
4 % of 1 9 7 3 . 4 3 ^ % of 1973
3J^%ofl974.
43^% of 1974
4M%ofl974
4 ^ % of 1975-85.
3 ^ % of 1978-83
4 % of 1980
33^% of 1980
3M%ofl985
4 ^ % of 1987-92....
4 % of 1988-93
43^% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
33^% of 1998
2 K % I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-8
T o t a l public issues
I n v e s t m e n t s in agency securities:
Federal h o m e loan b a n k bonds:
5 ^ % of 1967
6% of 1967
63^% of 1967
5K%ofl967
Federal interraediate credit b a n k debentm-es:
5.16% of 1967
6.20% of 1967
4.45% of 1968
F e d e r a l l a n d b a n k bonds:
67^% of 1967
Federal N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association
secondary m a r k e t operations debentures:
5K%ofl988
63^% of 1969
6% of 1969
4.65% of 1969
6M%of 1970
T o t a l agency securities..




Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

J u n e 30, 1967

J m i e 30, 1968

$7,784,613,000.00

-$7,784,613,000.00 .
8, 807,138, 000. 00

$8, 807,138, 000. 00

7, 784, 613, 000. 00

1, 022, 525, 000. 00

8, 807,138, 000. 00

31, 500, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00

6, 750, 000. 00
68, 200, 000. 00
7, 000, 000. 00
192,000,000.00
31, 600, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00

5,750,000.00
68,200,000.00
7,000,000.00
192,000,000.00

.
.
.
.

1,000,000.00 .
5,600,000.00 .
15,000,000.00 .
3, 000, 000. 00
31, 500, 000. 00
19, 000, 000. 00 .
26,100,000.00 .
119,250,000.00 .
3,000,000.00 .
10, 000, 000. 00 .
12,000,000.00 .
46,500,000.00 .
31,500,000.00 .
48, 000, 000. 00 .
9,000,000.00 .
16,000,000.00 .
127, 000, 000. 00 .
2,640,000.00 .
32, 710, 000. 00 .
53,050,000.00 .
106,000,000.00 .
53, 000, 000. 00 .
14, 000, 000. 00 .
104,000,000.00 .
17,500,000.00 .
174,300,000.00 .
112,221,000.00 .
43,200,000.00 .
745,000,000.00 .

1, 000, 000. 00
5, 600, 000. 00
15, 000, 000. 00
-3,000,000.00 .
-31,500,000.00 .
19, 000, 000. 00
26,100, 000. 00
119, 250, 000. 00
3, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00
12, 000, 000. 00
46, 500, 000. 00
31, 500, 000. 00
48, 000, 000. 00
9, 000, 000. 00
16, 000, 000. 00
127, 000, 000. 00
2, 640, 000. 00
32, 710, 000. 00
53, 050, 000. 00
106, 000, 000. 00
53, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
104, 000, 000. 00
17, 500, 000. 00
174, 300, 000. 00
112, 221, 000. 00
43, 200, 000. 00
745, 000, 000. 00

2,254,021,000.00

2,254,021,000.00

18, 000, 000. 00
26, 000, 000. 00
30, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00

-18,000,000.00 .
-26,000,000.00 .
-30,000,000.00 .
-25,000,000.00

17, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00
50, 000, 000. 00

-17,000,000.00 .
-10,000,000.00 .
-50,000,000.00 .

15,000,000.00

-15,000,000.00

10,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
41,500,000.00
50,000,000.00

.
.
,
.
20, 000, 000. 00

317, 500, 000. 00

10, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00
41, 500, 000. 00
50, 000, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00

- 1 7 1 , 000, 000. 00

148, 500, 000. 00

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19.6 8 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY
T A B L E 74.— Unemployment trust fund, J u n e 30, 1968—Continued

II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T (ACCRUAL BASIS)—Continued
Assets

Investments in participation certificates:
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
4.75% of 1969
5M%0fl969.
6.20% of 1972
Federal assets finance trust:
6.35% of 1970
:
6% of 1971
6.30% of 1971
Total participation certificates

June 30. 1967

Fiscal year
1988, increase.
or decrease (—)

$25,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

June 30,1968

$25,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
$60, 000,000. 00
70, 000, 000. 00
60, 000, 000. 00

60, 000, 000. 00
70, 000, 000. 00
60, 000, 000. 00

175,000,000.00

180,000,000. 00

355, 000,000.00

Total hivestments, par value.
Unexpended balances:
Trustaccount.
Raihoad uneraployraent insurance accounts:
Benefits payraents account-..
Adramistrative expense fund
Federal extended compensation account
Employment security adininistration account
Accounts receivable

10, 531,134,000. 00

1,031,525, 000. 00

11, 562,659,000.00

60,686,923.04

-33,270,792.01

17,415,13L03

446,214.63
210,317.23

—186,289. 54
430,883.72

259,945.09
641,000.95

44,473,968.96

-5,470,087.04
100,000. 00

39,003, O L 92
O
100,000. 00

Subtotal...
Accrued interest on investments
Unamortized discount.Unamortized premium.-

10,628,950,423.86
26,978,638.40
-8,547,857.68
799,498.79

993,128,555.13
2, 326,007.83
762,58L88
121,335.42

11,620,078,978.99
29,304,646.23
-7,785,275.80
920,834.21

10,646,180,703.37

996,338,480.26

11,642,619,183.63

Totalassets




T A B L E 7 4 . — Unemployment t r u s t f u n d , J u n e 30, 1 9 6 8 — C o n t i n u e d
III. BALANCE OF UNEMPLOYMENT T R U S T F U N D BY STATES AND O T H E R ACCOUNTS AS OF J U N E 30, 1967, OPERATIONS I N 1968, AND
BALANCE J U N E 30, 1968
States and other accounts

Balance
June 30,1967

Operations infiscal1968
Deposits

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas..
C alifornia
Colorado
Comiecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia..
Florida..
Georgia.
Hawaii. _
Idaho.
lUinois
Indiana.
Iowa
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Mahie
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan..
Mhmesota.
Mississippi
Missouri.
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshhe.
New Jersey

$110,403,408. 58
20,006,339. 48
75,806,829.15
41,411,181. 92
834,799,185. 69
70,081,799. 37
262,004, 593. 35
24,473,588. 59
70, 241,101. 90
217, 614,274. 03
238,349,945. 48
26,514,759.17
36,302,327. 62
564,374, 551. 31
239,683,344. 41
124,677,056. 28
78.566,879. 54
141,317,900.17
155,558,469. 77
39, 699,760. 82
214,750,380.52
303,025,487. 76
623,031,248. 91
54,880,06L24
75,918,182. 70
265,410,613. 29
20,118,494. 50
46,125,437. 80
27, 088,934. 66
38,597, 988. 88
394,633,126. 22
.57 O R Q 9 t Q .QI
.;

New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota..
Ohio..
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania..
Puerto Rico
Footnotes at end of table.




1,499,226,387. 51
1,499,

290,065,524. 90
6,159,893.67
553,416,400. 34
67,397, 518. 22
113,205, 077. 95
624,220, 748. 42
70, 593,844. 69

$24,825,000. 00
11,461,899.77
17, 734,282. 23
13,799,418.88
551,177,916. 95
7,115,000. 00
54,049,081.19
6,050,000. 00
8,102,906. 63
26,391,934.40
36,072,630. 88
11,450,622.63
8,499,425. 00
38,114,732. 94
51,002,574. 80
11,518,458. 52
16,400,000. 00
25, 250,000. 00
2^, 963,108. 61
9,191,870. 00
27,750,000. 00
121,161,414.19
128,005,100.19
43,380,000. 00
9,175, 000. 00
28,694,895. 59
6,905,875. 00
7,742,714. 00
11,045,000. 00
6,119,242. 98
145,880,000. 00
fi 9.19. ^ ^ d . n n

344,659, 665. 01
49,425, 000. 00
4,820,348. 59
107,976,498. 73
10,199,000. 00
31,206,317. 23
229,650,000.00
26,166.960.11

Earnings

Balance
June 30,1968

Transfers

$4,638,557.32
624,127.16
i-$3,712,355.12
3,197,130.72
1,721,170.90
2 15^ 103. 78
36,630,053. 04
2,838,88L97
10,756,994.09
958,320.86
213.45
2,844,566.80
8,865,863.46
9 985,489.77
,
1,118,866.78.
1 512,570.63
,
21,895,449.38
2 2,659.55
10,063,408.51
5,013,227.45
3,285,026.84
843,764.54.
5,
6 268,034.84
,
1,659,668.84
8,782,397.78.
2 14^ 257. 51
12,926, 660. 66
3-84,858,965.49
22,199,167.09
2 2,14L 28
2,748,294.93
3,129,297.00.
10,595,014.08
848,32L09.
1,924,919.42...
1,141,73L39
1,648,099.03
2 1^ 707,153. 48
16,423,129. 20
1 .f;9.Q 9.fifi 7F,

61,758,248.10
12,250,447.33 . . . .
295,67L05
23,315,793.05
2,296,590.07
4,790,7n.09
28,
,343,112.49
2,852,725.66

Withdrawals
$22,840,000.00
8,641,000.00
11,990,000.00
13,545,000.00
421,700,068. 56
7,367,000.00
47,350,000.00
6,386,000.00
8,605,000.00
21,876,000.00
18,910,000.00
8,681,729.15
7,500,000.00
95,440,000.00
34,250,000.00
13,776,000.00
10,676,656.28
21,450,000.00
30,850,000. 00
8,575,000.00
27,150,000.00
92,773, 000. 00
117,645,000.00
26,030,000.00

8,315,000.00
36,078,27L26
5,298,000.00
6,150,000.00
9,715,000.00
2,358,000.00
128, 700,000. 00
7. !^C)F,. 000. 00

:

.

285', 608i 552. 04
26,800,000.00
3,970,000.00
64,731,750.00
12,325,000.00
27,950,000.00
112,800,000.00
21,800,000.00

$116,924,965.90
19,839, OIL 29
84,748,242.10
43,386,77L70
1,000, 922,195. 91
72,668,68L34
279,460,668.63
24,095,922.90
72,583,565.33

Ul

>

230,997,07L 89
265,497,966.13
t-H
30,402,519.33
38,814,323.25
H-l
528,944,733.63
o
266,501,987.27
127,433,742.25
87,575,250.10
150,961,664.71
160,939,613. 22 h i
41,976,299.66
224,132,778.30
344,354,820. 02
570,731,550.70
74,980,497.45

>
>

79,907,479.70
268, 522, 25L 70
21,574,690.59
49,643,07L22
29,560,666.05
44,007,330.89
429,943,408. 90
."^S. 204.840 06

1,620; 035, 748. 58
324,940,972.23
7,305,913.31
619,976,942.12
67,568,108.29
121,252,108.27
769,413,860.91
76,813,530.46

bO

TABLE 74.— Unemployment trustfund, June 30, 1968—Continued
I I L B A L A N C E O F U N E M P L O Y M E N T T R U S T F U N D B Y S T A T E S A N D O T H E R A C C O U N T S A S O F J U N E 30, 1967, O P E R A T I O N S I N 1968, A N D
B A L A N C E J U N E 30, 1988—Continued

States a n d other a c c o u n t s

Balance
J u n e 30,1968

Operations hi fiscal 1968

Balance
J u n e 30,1967
Deposits

Earnings

Transfers

fcO

Withdrawals
Pi

Rhodelsland.-.
S o u t h Carolina..
South D a k o t a . . .
Tennessee
Texas
Utah...
Vermont
Vhginia..
Washington
West V h g i n i a - . .
Wisconsin
Wyomhig
Subtotal
R a i h o a d unemployment insurance accounts:
B enefits a n d refunds
A d m h i i s t r a t i v e expense fund
Federal u n e m p l o y m e n t account
E m p l o y m e n t security a d m i n i s t r a t i o n a c c o u n t F e d e r a l extended c o m p e n s a t i o n a c c o u n t
S u b t o t a l all a c c o u n t s .
Balances of transfers to other agencies:
Railroad uneraployment insurance accounts:
Benefits a n d refunds
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e ex.pense fund
F e d e r a l extended c o m p e n s a t i o n a c c o u n t
E m p l o y m e n t security a d r a i n i s t r a t i o n a c c o u n t .
T o t a l as s h o w n m p a r t s I a n d I I

$67,547, 393. 72
119,083, 138.85
16,219, 883.68
149,745, 078. 40
308,610, 129. 83
39,839, 978. 69
16,820, 026. 73
174,855, 882. 45
272,345, 364. 65
76,301, 859. 84
250,252, 616. 62
12,748, 826. 97

$19,622, 000. 00
23,040, 000. 00
2,209,200.00
42,210, 000. 00
40,064, 720. 44
10,768, 000. 00
7,640, 600. 38
16,237,400. 00
64,253,215. 02
18,128, 000. 00
58,500, 155.12
3,138, 025. 35

10,192,091,085.43

2,605,057,425.26

422, 502,262.38

-86, 642,894. 98

130,868,12L70
8,724,406.12

78,145. 50
279,169. 04
19,354,366.37
2,737, 746. 93

4 -47,401,559. 90
-2,474,440.10
83,818,932.26
-10,849,372.26
-63,549,334.!

$2,866,340,34 .
4,960,699.70 .
681,321. 82 .
6,328,924.72 .
12,851,720.47 .
1,650,216.65 .
770,739.11 .
7,239,072.43 .
11,468,948.26 .
3,203,316. 85
10,506,746.41 .
555,445.68 .

2 $187, 091. 68

$74,936, 734. 00
131,133, 838. 56
17, 580, 405. 48
186,999, 003.12
333,724, 504.09
41, 728, 196. 24
20, 690, 871. 97
188,885, 854. 88
308,387, 527. 83
83,120, 267. 27
273,622, 277.18
14,622, 297. 98

o

2,060,151,328.16

11,072,856, 639. 94

o

5 82, 668,386. 87
6,945, 000. 00
"576,"872,'383.'83

4, 535, 681.87
5, 720, 729. 22
492,726, 532. 67
26,774,861. 97

2, 726, 637,098. 85

11,602, 614,336. 67

$15,100, 000. 00
15,950,000.00
1,530,000. 00
31,285. 000. 00
27,802, 066. 65
10, 530,
000. 00
4,640,494. 25
9,446,600. 00
39, 700,000. 00
14, 700,000. 00
43,637,239. 97
1,820, 000. 00

pi

O

>^
W
ZP

pi
3, 659,381. 44
6,138, 594.16
389,553,234.04 .
9, 609,927. 48
10,601, 050,202. 65

"602,'i48,'934.'65'
3,346, 798,887. 73

444,951,679. 22

188,269.54
-430, 683. 72

44,473,968.96
10,646.180,703.37

3,346,798,887.73

444,951,679.22

-63,549,334.98

39,003,901. 92

Pi

o

259,945. 09
641,000. 95

5.470,067. 04

446,214.63 .
210,317.23 .

>

2,731,862,75L 71

11,642,619,183.63

Pi

>
Ul

1 P a r t i a l r e p a y m e n t of a d v a n c e s m a d e p u r s u a n t t o t h e provisions of title X I I , sec.
1201 of t h e Social Security A c t , as a m e n d e d .
2 A r a o u n t transferred d u e to excess receipts in p a y m e n t of 1958 act.
3 Includes fuU r e p a y m e n t of a d v a n c e s raade p u r s u a n t to t h e provisions of title X I I ,
sec. 1201, Social Security A c t , as a r a e n d e d , $71,187,297.64 a n d a r a o u n t transferred d u e
to excess receipts in p a y r a e n t of 1958 act, $1,667.13 a n d full r e p a y m e n t of T e r a p o r a r y
Unemp
FRASER l o y r a e n t C o r a p e n s a t i o n A c t of 1968 $13,673,334.98.

Digitized for


4 I n c l u d e s a d v a n c e s from railroad r e t i r e m e n t account of $34,700,000.00, r e p a y m e n t
of a d v a n c e s $84,576,000.00 a n d transfer from railroad u n e m p l o y m e n t i n s u r a n c e a d m i n istrative a c c o u n t $2,474,440.10.
5 I n c l u d e s p a y m e n t of interest on a d v a n c e s frora R a i l r o a d R e t i r e r a e n t B o a r d
$7,130,386.87.
6 $2,474,440.10 transferred to raUroad u n e r a p l o y r a e n t i n s u r a n c e a c c o u n t in a c c o r d a n c e
w i t h sec. 11(d) of t h e Railroad U n e r a p l o y r a e n t A c t .

d

Pi

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 75.— U.S. Government life insurance fund, J u n e SO, 1968

[This t r u s t fund operates in accordance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e act of J u n e 7,1924, as a m e n d e d (38 U . S . C .
755). F o r further detaUs, see a n n u a l r e p o r t of t h e Secretary for 1941, p . :L42]
I. R E C E I P T S

AND

EXPENDITURES

(EXCLUDING

INVESTMENT

Curaulative
t h r o u g h J u n e 30,
1967
Receipts:
P r e r a i u r a s a n d other r e c e i p t s . . . .
I n t e r e s t a n d profits on i n v e s t r a e n t s .
P a y r a e n t s from general fund 1

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal year 1968

Curaulative
t h r o u g h J u n e 30,
1968

.-

$2,116,758,949.49
1,296,031,627.86
-178,537.21

$11,541,851.-81
36,544,672. 54
76,907.61

Totalreceipts....
Expenditures:
Benefit p a y m e n t s , d i v i d e n d s , and r e f u n d s . .

3,412,612,040.14

48,183,43L96

3,460,776,472.10

2,513,191,367.84

69,397,313. 72

2,582,588,681. 56

899,420,872.30

- 2 1 , 2 3 3 , 8 8 L 78

878,186,790.54

Balance..

II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E T R E A S U R Y

I n v e s t r a e n t s in p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Special issues, U . S . G o v e r n r a e n t life insurance fund series m a t u r i n g J u n e 30:
T r e a s u r y notes:
4H%ofl971....
534% of 1975
Treasury bonds:
33^% of 1969..
3M%ofl969
33^% of 1970
3 ^ % of 1970
33^% of 1971
3 ^ % of 1971
3K%ofl970
3M%0fl972
3M%ofl973
3 ^ % of 1973
33^% of 1974
3 ^ % of 1974
3M%ofl975
33/^% of 1976
35/g%ofl976
3>^%ofl977
3 ^ % of 1977
35^% of 1978
43^% of 1978
434% of 1979-

DEPARTMENT
Fiscal year 1988
increase or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30, 1967

$77,986,000.00 .
$64,365,000. 00
68,529,000.00
670,000.00
73,100,000.00
670,000.00
73,100,000.00
670,000.00
73,100,000.00
670,000.00
73,100,000.00
670,000.00
73.100.000.00
670,000.00
73,770,000.00
67,799,000.00
5,971,000.00
49,963,000.00
23.807.000.00
48.214,000.00
25,556,000.00
2,912,000.00

$2,128,300,80L 30
1,332,576,300.40
-101,629.60

J u n e 30, 1968

$77, 988,000. 00
64,365,000. 00

-1,992,000.00

66, 537, 000. 00
670, 000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
670, 000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
670, 000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
870, 000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
670, 000. 00
73,100, 000. 00
670, 000. 00
73,770, 000. 00
67,799: 000. 00
6,971, 000. 00
49,963; 000. 00
23.807, 000. 00
48.214, 000. 00
26,556, 000. 00
2.912, 000. 00
876,400,000. 00

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

T o t a l special issues
I n v e s t m e n t in agency securities:
Consolidated F e d e r a l farm loan b o n d s :
6.05% of 1967.

814,027,000.00

62,373,000. 00

83,250,000.00

-83,250,000.00 .

Total investments.
Undisbursed balance.

897,277,000.00
2,143,672.30

-20,877,000.00
-356,88L76

876,400,000. 00
1,786,790. 54

899,420,672.30

-21,233,881.76

878,186, 790. 54

Totalassets....

._.

1 I n c l u d e d u n d e r p r e m i u m s a n d other receipts prior to fiscal 1982. N e g a t i v e a n i o u n t s from a d j u s t r a e n t s of
prior y e a r s ' receipts.
N O T E . — P o l i c y loans o u t s t a n d i n g on basis of information furnished b y t h e V e t e r a n s ' A d r a i n i s t r a t i o n
a n i o u n t e d to $79,446,189.03 as of J u n e 30, 1968.




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1 i 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
96
Federal Aid to States

T A B L E 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments,
year 1968

fiscal

[On a checks-issued basis except where this detail is not avaUable for all paynients. Wherever feasible adjustraent to a check-issued basis has been made, footnoted, and reported under "Adjustments or undistributed to States"]
D e p a r t n i e n t of Agricultm-e

Basic
scientific
research
grants i

States, territories, etc.

Coramodity Credit
Corporation
Price
support
donations 2

(1)
Alabania.
Alaska.
.
Arizona.
Arkansas
CalUornia
Colorado.
Connecticut
D elaware
District of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia
HawaU
Idaho
lUinois..
Indiana...
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
.
.
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
. Massachusetts
Michigan.. .
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada.
New Hampshhe
N e w Jersey.
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoraa
Oregoii
Pennsylvania
R h o d e Island
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
.
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont.
Vhginia..
Washington
West V h g h i i a
.
Wisconsin...
Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
Vhgin Islands
O t h e r territories, etc.4
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d t o States

$203,408
i..
. . .
.

j

109, 845
152,968
328, 221
78,528
87, 373
20,496
7,649
208, 746
176,629
38, 000

. ..

. . ..
. ....
. .

..

...
^. .

163, 218
128, 332
272,791
32, 377
84, 483
106, 073
9,822
75, 808
63, 657
103, 279
125, 028
80,957
75, 780
40, 251
35,447
33,911
146,460
52, 914
262, 792
322, 966
35, 975
162,904
107, 741
56, 571
197,161
16,997

. . 1.
..i.
1.
. . ..

Total

Footnotes at end of table;




27,491
232, 327
65, 051
11, 547
99,943
119, 593
157, 787
19,441

(2)
$8,767,124
324, 757
2, 542, 265
3, 799, 620
1.1,626,262
1,803,167
1,622,149
825,516
359, 708
8, 074,126
8, 862,488
887,968
646, 020
6, 696,454
4, 254,965
3, 039, 769
2, 598, 285
4,470, 245
5, 027, 676
1, 001, 263
2, 036, 751
4, 864, 788
6,529,827
3, 267, 435
7, 820, 712
4, 838, 222
708,474
1, 321, 507
263, 635
690, 077
3,139, 760
2,141, 634
19, 600, 385
8, 080, 352
923, 242
6,901, 875
8, 035, 284
2, 816, 870
7,439, 024
446, 381
3, 264, 747
1,155, 243
5,153, 794
11,417, 093
1, 544, 259
451, 018
4, 459, 859
2,454, 502
1, 639,962
3, 708,422
266, 331
11, 842, 264
180, 802
380, 241

Consumer
and
raarketing
servicemeat hi, spection

Cooperative agricultural
extension
work

Cooperative
projects in
marketing 3

Cooperative
State
research
service

(3)

(4)

(6)

(6)

$150, 672
10,000

35,000
259, 756

50, 000
71, 680

13,504
231, 832
29,408
35, 000
24,422
1,125
18, 200
9,094
8,610
12,816
21, 720

«19,617,663
4,928,638 236, 632, 251

$2,602,149
217,445
534, 588
2,104,412
2, 031, 071
832,161
463,318
230,188

$59,636
15,500
7,000
35,450
117,743
58, 839
38,566
24, 000

$1,635,160
360,938
663, 034
1,200,915
1,605,863
838, 320
610,433
443,238

•973,752
2, 656, 022
351,094
633,243
1,932,772
2,023. 772
2,182, 626
1, 333,936
2, 636. 765
1,406,520
496, 611
798,124
639, 786
1,974, 568
1, 958, 269
2, 573, 325
2, 374, 796
615,474
1, 248, 766
277, 254
268, 316
619, 259
598,496
1, 995, 693
3, 681, 614
871,101
2, 528, 366
1, 649, 621
884, 600
2, 674,459
188, 712
1, 649, 902
830, 859
2, 686, 928
3, 667, 710
480,463
348,126
2, 216, 396
996, 031
1, 371, 325
1, 795, 778
418,941
2, 297, 703

124,774
48, 624
28, 338
17, 028
61, 387
141, 687
71,610
119, 567
103, 000
119,127
65, 026
87,454
74, 842
. 160,781
83, 262
109, 316
118,960
23, 260
18, 056

826, 206
1, 587,497
474, 788
729, 263
1, 651, 651
1, 348,633
1,426, 769
962,485
1,543,775
1,121,860
671,467
802, 239
815, 546
1,427, 618
1, 313, 036
1,480, 885
1,469, 256
775, 059
1, 030, 755
432, 659
564,194
854, 275
645, 591
1, 681, 661
2,166,272
757, 816
1, 846,909
1, 031, 716
1, 008, 768
1,919,019
452,923
1,162, 082
820,408
1,690,090
1,936,719
608,418
647,115
1, 348, 347
1, 076,919
1, 013,162
1,498,960
518,473
1, 604,961

13, 912
82, 346
41, 760
166, 921
160, 648
53,896
35, 650

97, on
71, 634
68, 680
4,060
34, 600
22, 800
64,782
76, 300
22,470
28, 314
114, 898
51, 874
70, 346
87, 289
5,230

7 316,022

612,130,100
982, 838

84,942,196

3,287,921

56,117, 046

265

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments io State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of A g r i c u l t u r e — C o n t i n u e d

S t a t e s , territories, etc.
Food
starap
program 8

National
forest a n d
Forest
National
school
protection.
grasslandsfundsutUization.
shared
shared
a n d restorevenues
r e v e n u e s lo
ration 8

Total

(8)

(9)

$3,846,268
40,846

$480.670
109,197
29,503
501,937
1,101,164
141,835
143,242
16,208

$198,267
404,987
575,673
820,021
6,468,965
272,848

$549
687
26.754

789,648
836,332
81,637
264,095
165,461
128,766
103,805
173.326
458,878
570,899
561,852
271,927
237,979
684,785
685,883
698,665
475,167
220,450
127.327
173,359
189,868
247,038
166,186
678,069
764,368
46,169
302,846
201,338
687,615
584,954
60,652
592,726
92,775
527,516
523,582
109,756
177,722
728.223
687.896
325,105
736,087
101, 686
17,640
3,000

252,911
383,931

3,713
366

1,489, 207
28,669
7.194

4.034

6,153,125
11,420,759
3,464,809
2,176,777

(10)

1,896,349
2,480,906
720,186
9,454,145
2,685,243
1,877,511
206,763
9,837,788
6,737,226
142,331
3,653,059
8,218
6,426,822
3,604,889
18,943,437
1,941,210
994,018
1,105,484
2,734,676
2.752,972
2,781,077
3.113.333
433.001
17.720.366
962.218
15. 998.456
1.161.794
3.093.986
44.673
9.368,146
1,831,870
537,782
254,988
1,218.284
3,919,640
9,980,652
2,072, 501
469.125

104.019
463,274
4,977

125
19,776
1,679
3,350

234,149
285,999
1,135,809
103,388
1.400,476
17.974
61,716
82,033
236,689

1,939
706
4,423

7,322
578

199,631
12,752
123,369
18,806.580
263.256
594.400
57.390
72.330
619,269
137.472
151.680
97.997
7. 516,285
197,096
124.713
147.685
2.106

V a . u e of
commodities distrib u t e d 11
(11)

(7)
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona Arkansas- California
Colorado..
Connecticut
D elaware
District of C o l u m b i a
Florida
'.
Georgia .
HawaU
Idaho lUinois
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
Kentucky.
..:
Louisiana .
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
.
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.-Montana..
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey.
.
N e w Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio..
Oklahoraa
Oregon
Pennsylvania
R h o d e Island
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Vhginia
Washington
West V h g i n i a
Wisconsin Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
Vhgin Islands
O t h e r territories, etc.*
A d j u s t r a e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States

Re] n o val
of s u r p l u s
agi'icult u r a l coramodities

271,397
844
9.653
3,062
1,701
40, 585
817
19,149
19

40, 600

$6,247,950
225,525
1,765,451
2, e38,608
8, C 73, 744
1,252,192
1,128,485
f 73,272
249,795
5, (32,288
6, ].91,779
(18,641
448,921
4, (,50,286
2, % i , 818
2, n o , 938
1, ^04,363
3,104,318
3,535,271
(195.318
1,4:14,401
3,ii78,305
4, .^134,574
2,269,038
5,993,142
3, ^:63,532
<:91,992
918,376
]83,079
^:79,218
2, •80,375
1,487,236
13,611,295
5,626,068
641,136
4,','92,939
5, i)80,026
1, !)56,148
6, :165,968
309,985
2,267,172
! 504,379
3,i565,687
8,083,914
1,072,398
313,206
3,111,480
1,704,504
1,138,856
2, 575,277
184,951
8,223,737
125,557
264,054

Rural
water and
waste
disposal
grants

(12)
$421,860
207,200
151,950
1,325,450
535,160
726,345

732,130
2.100.781
349,010
979,255
824,430
874,720
722,130
221.510
187,915
43,150
423,480
443,680
1,107,937
1,364,510
478,455
99,730
51,360
47,830
203,000
438,000
112,500
1,204,840
1,570,880
505,200
435,960
161,710
371,190
1,191,020
489,475
743,200
639,000
1,999,820
211,000
858,400
976,920
449,420
1,755,300
• 425,310
125,000
182,988

516,408,879
177.227,689

Footnotes at end of table.




18.654.612

44.146.967

463,728 168, 418,720

29,369.111

266

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 76.—Federal grants in aid payments io State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of Agriculture—Con.

School
lunch
p r o g r a m 12

s t a t e s , territories, etc.

Watershed
protection,
flood prevention.
School
railk
and
resom-ce
p r o g r a m i3
conservation a n d
developm e n t 14

Deparl .raent of Comraerce
Econoraic D e v e l o p n i e n t
Adrainistration

Development
facUities
g r a n t s is

Planning
and
research

Technical
a n d comraunity
assistance 16

(17)

(18)

(13)
Alabaraa...
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas.. ...
California
Colorado
Connecticut
.Delaware
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia...
Hawaii
Idaho..Illinois
.
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky .
Louisiana
Mahie
Maryland.
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri..
Montana..
Nebraska
Nevada ..
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico.
..
New York.
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island..S o u t h Carolina
South D a k o t a
Tennessee
Texas
.
Utah.
Vermont.
Virginia..
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
.
.
Virgin Islands
O t h e r territories, etc.^
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States
Total

Footnotes at end of table.




J.
J.

'

..

/

i
.

(14)

(15)

(16)

$6,466,606
251,932
1,870,917
3,751,541
9,477, 940
2,210,323
1,952,227
496,866
440, 973
8, 056,226
9,264,025
1,378,469
940,437
5,415, 535
5,000,297
4,022,108
2,856,639
6, n o , 216
9, 930,810
1,129,455
2,886,479
5,207, 555
5,956,618
4,765,982
5,224,259
5,239,409
778,783
1, 619,152
201,601
691,157
2,955, 583
1, 541, 520
13,235, 236
10, 520, 688
1,020, 098
8,770; 221
3, 040,964
2,041,336
9,239,784
359, 566
6,372,412
892,314
6,814,498
10,139,801
1, 701, 983
430,606
6,145, 906
3,320,066
2,687, 505
4,129,122
370,486
5, 210,218
176,027
237,910

$1,583,646
31,914
468,402
1,102,308
9,356, 948
938,928
1,761,119
390,893
589,058
1,918,406
1, 570,948
202,028
193,814
6, 956,604
2,950,771
1,879.856
1,225, 538
1,820,689
677,925
509,637
2,402,277
3,744,615
5,772,471
2,399, 298
1,341,474
2,354,750
219,343
668,121
150,983
686,495
4,047,317
789,855
9,803,250
3, 722,488
400, 502
6,672,193
1,055,157
655,524
5,691,266
414,461
663,827
361, 285
1,783,299
3,748, 034
347, 789
248,204
1,789,059
1, 686, 953
595,368
3, 742,856
117,842

$1.728.907

$1,834,700
2,472,797
939,521
4,318,750
9,453,1.33
120,348
1,235,600

1,380,189
2,673,097
2,172, 979
434,865
1,018,703
343,453

5,088,247
875, 525
3,974,032
908,865
181,540
357,175
2,374,352
1,897,312
3,474,383
1,563,730
767,429
422,762
877.990
688,961
401,238
581,640
4,356,084
551,458
170,898
1,666.090
879.190
211,619
623,533
642, 701
912,050
755,878
819,311
7,151,626
1,143,627
1,691,693
843,422
159,505
805, 083
7,301,612
975,660
291,831
1,134, 745
239,411
2,158, 918
1, 091, 786
41,729
80, 000

67,893
1,174, 570
187,000
331,388
1,968,873
664,100
60,163
23,000
5,425,320
7.103,345
408,747
542,340
2,697,287
3,171,122
4,684,223
5,003,032
1,317, .542
904, 567
55,490
82,000
1,689,604
491,745
99,400
2,618,922
2,548,298
296,761
4,750,887
2,402,249
358,021
6,198,343
6,191,237
459,753
66,681
1, 958, 927
2,667,187
2,383,400
127,535
100,440
3,481,490
2,720,303
1,007, 261
69,200
467,100

258,402
21,300
94,672
27,622
57,596
14,457
37,735
85,979
111,530
159,126
36,802
5,000
60,000
26,375
278,338
28,269
22,120
149,522
126,143
55,443
55,006
26,012
69,400
28,714
10,000
81,227
20,187
15,075

$58,294
2,654
231,270
293,170
82,035
27,900
80,776
41,370
305,448
32,889
387,552
13,912
121,425
80,631
88,479
142,748
220,532
61,448
128,942
90,489
84,251
92,460

70,300
68,332
248,259
3,351
36,996
146,814
4,000
165,511
23,638
47,495
48,720
10,612
202,482
8,944
82,680
3,017,492
24,864
75,944
31,900

- 2 , 089,470

5 113,213
214,861, 550 103,105, 766

$116,660
151,034
90,000
43,254

65,798,587

96,280,128

7.449,249

6,986,989

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE

76.

267

-Federal grants in aid payments io State and local governments,
year 1968—Continued
Departm e n t of
Commerce—
Continued

Federal
Power
Comjnission

D e p a r t r a e n t of Defense

Army
States, territories, etc.
State
Technical
Services

(19)
Alabaraa
Alaska
Arizona..
Arkansas
California
Colorado...
..
Connecticut
Delaware.
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
Florida..
. .
Georgia
Hawaii..
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
.
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts... .
Michigan
Minnesota...
. .
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
.
.
New Hanipshire
N e w Jersey
. . .
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
.
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoraa
Oregon . .
. . . . . .
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina...
South D a k o t a
Tennessee.
.
Texas
Utah. .
Vermont
Virginia . .
. . .
Washington..
West Virginia
. . .
Wisconsin
Wyoraing
P u e r t o Rico - . .
Vhgin Islands
O t h e r territories, etc.4...
A d j u s t r a e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
to States

(20)

Footnotes at end of table.

-18




164,143
78, 549
65, 366
80,968
29, 950
17,170
44, 048
323,150
107,183
3,701
146, 519
32, 652
31, 737
288, 090
40, 720
102, 408
14,959
54, 635
226, 098
79, 461
51,184
27, 684
102, 344
54, 738
41, 760
29, 231
67, 600
13, 912
25,000

$505,183
151, 651
344, 847
474, 360
3, 058, 523
289, 582
275,107
95, 883
150, 738
807, 800
609,403
277,171
147, 838
679, 853
195,957
448, 704
362, 555
262,968
566, 239
411,993
615, 391
756, 003
537,176
710, 078
439, 438
436, 005
204,191
357, 051
206, 686
90, 546
609,158
57, 891
2, 766, 018
491, 080
294, 556
301, 035
425, 907
100, 871
923, 301
150, 449
353, 087
500, 593
246, 631
701, 420
70, 001
60, 238
199, 955
372, 602
112, 361
716, 439
104, 912
484, 025
28, 038
18,154

3, 990,982

Total

323-147—6.9-

$44, 252
24, 525
66, 590
67,998
178, 460
69, 317
38, 000
32, 585
41, 988
71,191
106, 383
30, 513
8,625
112, 766
5,000
120, 958
76, 014
57, 618
62, 064
48, 389

CivU
defense

24, 557, 623

74, 382
265, 768
52,646

fiscal

Funds
Appropriated
tothe
President

Payraents
to States
Accelunder
erated
Ff deral
public
works
PDwer
Act—shared program
.revenues

Flood
control
landsshared
revenues

National
Guard
centers,
construction

(21)

(22)

:23)

$23, 723

$2, 043
17, 868
397 .
4
29,144 . .
439 . .

(24)

$115, 257

20, 490
94, 985

112, 402
8,335
3,185
2,751

204, 756
67, 303

6,603
61, 400

25, 536
20, 480

3
36

152
120, 587

101,131

$3, 076
30 493

8,769 . .

254, 691
312,981
51, 078
17, 607

7 925
10, 350
.

217, 489
761, 000
257, 308
625, 782
8,254
2,610

53 793
39, 267
6,010

6,134
76, 635

386 084
215,099
18 669

492
5,252
1,940
7,068
131, 446
201, 268
5,683
37, 657

50, 344

105
11
24
1
11,691 . .

386, 643
641, 098
15, 400
47, 650
66, 279

737
2,147
510,419
122
1,216
4,414
81, 767
14, 583
467, 852
9,347
7,115
9,176
45, 644
52, 571
276,109
170
14, 732
12, 898
2, 829
2,727

3 ..
210, 838
148, 070
3, 817
225, 380
2,626
269, 203
40,140
33, 829

31 . .
165, 001
12,996
9,301 . .
2
192

818 176
108,450
29 782
592

20, 530
22, 379

185,123
64, 994

2
1,940 . .
16
12, 782
3
85
60
13

28, 750
358, 297
2,455
1,280
143, 594
20,164
- 2 2 , 486

2, 462, 763

3, 529,199

95, 704

4, 356, 388

268

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
Funds Appropriated to the President—Continued

States, territories, etc.

AppaDisaster
lachian
relief and
regional
State and
developlocal
ment pro- preparedgrams 17 18 ness 17 1
8
(25)

Alabania.
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas_
CalUornia
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia....
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
lUinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi.Missouri...
Montana...
Nebraska..
Nevada...
New Hampshhe
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
.Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee.
Texas..
Utah
Vermont..
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyomhig.
Puerto Rico..
Virgin Islands.
Other territories, etc.^..
Adjustments or undistributed to States
Total

Footnotes at end of table.




$3, 367,039

(26)

'"5,"567,'3i5

302,936
470,123
-30, 784
311, 072
353, 633
6,210
3. 764,825
-3,104
134
-10,702
314,018
39, 658
1,552, 614
540, 695
876,490

7, 604,449
6, 618, 960
5.181. 031
-754
10,474, 521
'i,"654,"i74'
'3," 742," 651'
13, 204, 037
"7,"508,"966'

Adult
work
Community
training
action
and develprograms
opment 20
(27)

$16.874 $2, 078, 677
817, 661
7.550,134
391,988 2. 309, 599
495, 856
2,900
3,415,167 9, 729,435
563, 020
160, 299
12, 027
668,495
2,346
-4
74, 998

13, 678, 758

Office of Economic Opportunity

-65, 554
225, 093
315, 912
152
107, 266
19, 271
1,367
744,924
2,326
-465
15, 730
6, 389, 265
13, 746
12,188
27, 876
381, 528
80, 269
-16, 065

6, 687, 485
695, 799
1, 200, 038
205, 504
3, 225, 082
371, 630
218, 751
698,917
1, 851, 677
1, 355, 891
278, 687
949, 343
1, 704,199
1, 585, 261
1,937,834
820, 276
2, 245, 823
252, 093
290, 828
59,030
• 290,689
3,182, 530
422, 682
5, 870, 612
1,973,197
2, 991,442
1, 209, 728
174,878
3,852,818
326, 650
1, 352, 834
437,983
1, 885, 226
4,946, 779
50,125
327, 592
1, 727, 723
763, 713
879. 219
416. 081
419, 692

2,144
2,186, 360
5, 858. 674
87,127,146

(28)

Neighborhood
Youth
Corps 20

Work
experience
and
training
progranis 21

(29)

(30)

$21,941. 263
4,108, 872
20, 942, 505
13, 557, 229
79, 826,986
14,135,790
8, 790, 393
2,135, 638
16, 327, 729
25, 861,908
22, 753, 878
2, 520,137
2,171, 642
46, 690,180
9,985, 228
9, 678, 222
5, 051, 821
21, 281, 780
19, 691, 050
3, 792,104
9, 697, 639
22,562,621
30,529, 533
13,206,080
42,903,493
24,976,439
4,484, 805
4, 347,958
1,765, 616
3,613, 785
23, 814,029
11,502, n o
75, 805,853
26, 632, 695
3, 343.849
31, 310, 882
13,431,418
7,426, 769
36,597, 643
3,963,835
16, 666,900
5,123,049
21, 644,181
43,489, 738
4, 539, 218
2, 290, 669
14, 640, 946
13, 858,969
11, 436, 380
11, 597, 056
1, 216, 009
15, 053, 088

$6, 837, 018
1. 381. 046
3. 530,903
3, 892,179
24,982, 481
1.834, 690
2, 376, 283
483,159
8,902,117
5, 770,909
7, 089, 313
562, 237
328, 811
11, 767, 053
3,903, 027
2,194, 252
1, 431, 749
7, 769, 890
8, 236, 055
1, 481, 888
4, 051, 739
5,052, 677
6,778, 699
2,532,081
6, 780, 218
4,714, 840
1, 098, 594
1, 352, 868
334, 898
820, 319
8,007,158
2,046,161
37,472,436
10,994,997
808, 829
10,441,752
4, 021, 446
1, 604, 829
13, 389, 029
1, 292, 710
5,133, 824
1, 014, 223
5, 779,831
17, 765, 508
924, 656
696,481
6, 508, 276
2, 415, 008
4, 088, 613
2, 286, 795
381, 726
3, 310, 611
284,914
1, 710, 078
106. 019

$10,155
465, 713
1, 022, 000
2,118, 000
5,476,887
1,965, 880
1,532,474
166, 600
3,862,189
2, 246, 600
617,995
32,991
873.902
547, 632
1, 080, 000
1, 694, 837
364,918
6,466, 768
2, 063, 672
1, 017, 019
1, 315,144
3,190,400
2, 856,494
6,063,492
4,479, 699
3,412,100
357, 695
1,087,919
1, 384,425
117,950
2, 854, 804
1, 312, 083
3, 337, 216
680, 896
510,194
3,172,636
1,130,788
1,120, 281
2, 059, 557
590,891
408, 624
926,491
1,587,500
1, 607,998
631, 438
415, 651
1,100, 500
648, 000
8, 847, 218
1, 203, 574
1, 050,150
3,900, 311
40, 000

2i« 65,431, 000
30,950,489

76, 396, 363

971,738,586 ,279,006, 723

95, 808, 050

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

269

; in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued

TABLE 76.—Federal

D e p a r t r a e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , <m d Welfare
Office of EdU'jation
States, territories, etc.

Administration
on
Aging

(31)
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona..
Arkansas
California
Colorado...
Connecticut
Delaware
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia...
HawaU
Idaho
. ..
lUinois
Indiana..
. ..
Iowa.
Kansas.
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland..
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi...
.
Missom-i
Montana..
Nebraska
Nevada...
. .
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
.
New York..
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio.
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont.
Virginia.
Washington
West V h g i n i a
Wisconsin
.'.
Wyoming..
Puerto Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc.^
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d t o States
Total

Footnotes at end of table.




\

$88, 984
157,010
79,287
130, 546
113,101
91,264
129,995
110,452
64,350
48,751
294,801
214,680
127, 206
97,757
102,338
96,311
99,241
132,099
146,166
153,137
200,925
59, 900
100.982
81,726
37,174
160,400
66,074
285,260
209,015
99.364
275.089
111.951
n o . 590
190,763
91,117
91,073
92, 061
95,335
136,095
79,567
79, 914
144,556
94,111
120,842
87,932
86,376
14,000

American
Printing
House
for t h e
Blind

(32)

Arts and
Colleges
humaniof agriculties edutural and
cational
the
activities " mechanical
arts
(33)

$23,052
533
9,244
13,570
106,844
14,104
26,726
3,437
3,082
35,259
29,096
3,852
1,482
54,637
25,244
16,889
20,682
12,859
19,022
6,341
30, 896
38,519
48,059
20,681
10.963
17.600
3.437
7.704
1.778
4,919
47,467
5,985
n o , 756
33,304
2,370
50, 904
8,889
15,822
80,178
8,237
14,163
3,970
22,874
48,000
6,578
1,186
28,741
20, 741
13,570
17,422
2,607
5,867

$9,089
8,666
76,112
38,841
6,281
5,229

$50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
50,000
60,000
50,000

Assistance
to p u b l i c
S(5h00ls

Higher
educational
facUities

(35)

(36)

$388,782
247,311
2,OOO,699
41, 591
6,139.941
338.948

7,600
46,826
1,756

94,346
50,000
598,827
50,000
382,771
50,000
1, 314,114
50,000
L03,518
60,000
266,858
50,000
.580,970
50,000
153,924
50,000
26,075
50,000
83,244
60,000
'376,968
50,000
19,138
50,000
1,'512,847
50,000
L96,339
50,000
490,810
50,000
10,094
50,000
291,196
50,000
.511,634
50,000
333,974
50,000
291,305
50,000
466.148
60,000
50,000 •""3i9,"249"
50,000
2, .509, 622
50,000
73,464
50,000
1)20,102
50,000
.582,344
60,000
411,878
60,000
1,194,169
60,000
:L03, 260
50,000
16,000
50,000
65,833
50,000
214,938
50,000
;L98, 211
50,000
:L75, 095
50,000
1.1)76,025
50,000
353,269
50,000
50,000 "i,'i)52,'7io'
50,000
377,373
50,000
857
50,000
9,118
50,000
;102,120
50,000

33,032
28,738
6,010
8,508
117,624
10,619
14,646
40, 779
12,356
12,873
-1,468
29,304
21,124
9,785
6,235
5,068
14,565
6,904
17,475
25,852
4,094
61,160
5,862
53,815'
4,501

15,687

59

13,759

75, 000
5,679, 668

(34)

Construction

123,260

1,235, 000

902, 567

355,796

$9,746,870
3,847,044
7,486,123
6,790,112
8,643,870
3,937,257
3,305,507
3,642,107
7,978,956
7,818,008
3,151,923
3,711,046
8,225,976
3,579,923
3,998,164
3,474,737
7,892,637
3,923,027
3,297,838
7.564,911
7,375,390
12,316,481
8,351,898
3,944,666
9,354,151
3,428,385
3,892,706
3,128,816
3,394,797
7,349,334
7,654,725
17,891,802
12,146,485
3,874,792
12.868,813
8,930,882
8,531,345
7,503, 583
3,638,176
7,988,392
3,150,233
7,222,901
16,748,632
7,246,798
3,582,300
8,331,453
8,359,928
3,790,062
10,299,055
3,270,673
6, 565,982

5,387,886
2,550,000

34,750,384

342,925,472

270

19'6 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

T A B L E 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
Departraent of Health, Education, and Welfare—Continued
Office of Education—Continued
states, territories, etc.

Cooperative vocational
education

(
(37)

Alabaraa
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware .
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
. .
Hawaii
Idaho
.
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
..
Missomi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada .
...
New Plampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
0 klahoraa
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah..
Vermont..
Virginia
Washington
WestVh-ginia
Wisconsin
Wj^oraing
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands
Other territories, etc.*
Adjustments or undistributed to States

. .

Total
Footnotes at end of table.




Educational iraproveraent
for t h e
handicapped

Educational television

Elementary
a n d seconda r y educational
activities 22

Equal
education
opportunities
program

Higher
educational
activities

(38)

(39)

(40)

(41)

(42)

$38, 075, 905
2, 029,256
16, 756,986
33, 060, 310
122, 547, 516
16, 675,444
16, 842, 373
3,473, 366
18, 548, 350
45,483,454
39,914, 759
2, 735,459
5, 215, 657
74, 532, 873
21, 205, 811
22, 819, 332
17,188,167
46, 215, 995
35,403, 023
5, 596, 341
20, 731,068
22, 523, 215
40, 853,792
25,294, 836
33, 767,465
34,760, 394
3, 522, 280
8, 614, 856
962, 273
3, 259, 749
40, 797, 877
16, 414, 005
102, 652,009
54,439, 594
4, 519, 608
44,170,894
24,410, 506
9, 536, 214
73, 720, 243
4, 924, 697
34, 842,953
7,196,529
41, 354,151
82, 330, 888
6, 896, 092
2, 777, 564
27,100, 955
17, 689, 846
18, 895,149
16, 286, 846
2, 677, 314

$5, 709,175
481,101
2, 373, 658
3, 357, 856
18, 714, 412
1, 757, 228
3, 342,159
545, 506
467,414
6, 584, 092
9, 658,934
980, 084
873, 453
8, 439,870
4, 736,142
4, 534, 814
2, 568, 641
6, 086, 376
3, 821,208
1,012,851
4, 710, 659
5,473, 740
8,580,411
5,488, 381
5, 316, 662
6,188,199
1, 232, 736
2, 364, 755
619,195
466, 385
7,432, 321
1, 823,151
16, 334, 250
9,103, 652
945,448
15, 234, 509
4, 008, 220
2, 349,920
14, 582,430
53,996
3, 799, 388
, 1, 940,938
6, 016, 074
18, 245, 983
1,179,102
746,441
7, 603, 885
4, 051, 001
4, 314, 013
6, 244, 065
270, 773

$263, 633
8,000
51, 800
114, 382
413, 441
130, 602
58, 550
36, 000
150, 000
25, 384
57, 595
5,500
87, 000
751, 235
46, 875
234, 074
105, 277
231, 727
210, 080
2,890
15, 090
358, 888
12, 000
105,436
61,161
62, 500
87, 700
112, 664

4, 846, 856

117, 000

26, 408, 618

257, 512, 512

7, 585, 881

6, 588,949 1,438, 632,753

$44, 354
31,914

954, 251
16, 690

1,113, 908

40,459
3,000
796, 718

5,175
459, 200
68, 000
567, 233
64, 386
69, 000
774, 766
65, 700
121, 000
391, 665
13,163
75, 000
65, 000
5,000
300, 000
90, 000
124, 267
18, 800
15, 000
158, 496
175,991
32, 655

19,176
45, 070
16, 516
813,568
805, 739
892,120
5,522
934,168
55, 776

$599,483
1,000
102, 607
302, 771
146, 486
185, 665
25, 296
1, 008, 369
620, 031
245, 963
152,121
156, 606
92, 407
38, 560
6,500
91, 282
21, 004
61, 053

8,954
5,360
136, 649
293, 769
384, 581
30, 000
85, 026
707, 609
131,716
74, 910
342, 390
69, 527

$273, 703
165 376
180,951
249.153
1 002,430
297, 299
306,978
194,416
84, 082
688,945
332, 620
238, 331
231,191
729, 277
360. 056
250, 578
295, 775
267,123
336, 618
245, 502
250, 022
649,572
700, 062
259, 234
257,461
767, 328
231, 886
282, 047
168, 364
176, 535
431, 085
318,882
1, 261, 585
310,130
202, 325
756, 387
315, 111
302,118
672, 748
230, 366
260, 539
210, 589
346, 204
579, 540
225, 757
178,165
336, 865
296,172
262.997
321,161
182, 320
225,988

6,127, 695

18, 699,949

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d Welfare—Conthiued
Office of E d u c a t i o n — C o n t i n u e d

P u b l i c E:ealth Service

States, territories, etc.
Libraries
a n d comraunity
services 23

Total .

Teacher
Corps

AhpoUution "

C hronic
disease "

Communicable
disease
activities 24

(43)

(44)

(45)

(48)

(47)

(48)

$2, 323,033
523,493
1, 679, 351
1, 540,103
10,187, 318
1, 701, 045
2, 387, 229
623,519
8, 661, 735
2, 460, 060
2, 731, 782
694, 780
753, 566
8, 585, 858
2, 928,120
1, 953, 268
1, 966, 393
2, 698, 473
2, 613,915
849, 798
1, 889, 895
4, 004, 762
4, 834, 779
2, 821, 316
2, 237,883
2, 496,482
596, 378
1,429, 788
488, 728
1, 360,417
3, 892,980
922, 782
12, 009, 352
3, 798,489
688, 514
7, 730,197
1,984, 379
1, 640,792
9,476, 825
1,040,597
2.148.918
1, 003, 369
2,574,854
8.210.919
912, 232
924,939
2,790, 315
2,232,813
1, 691,762
2,710, 650
646, 527

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut.
Delaware
District of Colurabia .
. .
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
.
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
. .
Michigan
Minnesota
. .
Mississippi...
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshhe
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio.
Oklahoraa
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont . Virginia
Washington.
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoraing
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc.^
A d j u s t m e n t s or undistrib u t e d to States

Schools in
federaUy
affected
areas "

$8,661.991
14, 617, 517
8, 255, 639
2,157, 657
72,491, 412
12, 678, 845
3, 081, 659
1, 676, 261
6,468,439
16, 687, 494
12, 274, 789
9, 675,457
2, 251,187
11, 770,496
3, 876,437
2, 060, 538
8,401, 391
3, 368,100
3, 283, 812
2, 638, 460
26, 284,184
13, 728,187
3, 726,966
2, 782, 762
2, 684, 060
8, 733,478
3,716, 527
4,139, 868
3,424, 511
1, 867,138
10, 265,171
9, 671, 307
11,162,462
6, 201, 642
2, 352, 605
8, 849, 212
11,029,922
1, 760, 559
6, 569, 320
3,466,936
6, 769,778
3,122,478
6,581, 773
28, 847, 629
6, 355, 762
83,134
30,708,105
10,968,188
330, 064
1, 625,186
1, 283, 647
- 9 , 000

2,099,484

1,823,136

$54,503
$40,965
367,456
2, 029, 663

147,979
30,159
696,144
294, 250
367, 023

364,183
497, 407
319, 519
82, 597

28,430
60, 464
141, 348
3,258
17, 375
797, 010
170, 838
17,187
9,264
236,499
59, 721

1, 457, 620
431, 753
21, 805
643, 285
129, 486
528, 319
931, 236
53, 220
396, 575
329,938
121, 504
46,183
230, 280
1, 213, 042
482, 064
980, 927
9,672
449, 829
1,299,719
30, 519
265, 270

129,482
62,431
265.485
91,461
9,625
172.486
33, 547
12, 552
31, 000
381, 311
76, 522
561, 966
130, 964
7,760
159,161
40, 901
105,163
710, 383
45,962
71, 242

330, 363
1,168, 851

65, 398
422, 069
51, 683

163,884

64, 816
510,408

456,866
6,160

34, 365
3,252
-3,873

241, 211

$34, 778
43, 791
25, 276
150,107
6,443
40, 223
20,495
59, 278
22, 591
69, 862
22, 882
8,696
21, 053
34, 625
77, 563
1,142
663
146, 637
19, 258
23, 245
61,264
19, 831
78, 597
41, 712
26,164
24, 655
161,187
-338,550
21, 790
7,922
37, 067
2,753
43, 336
39,848
551
28,412
-2,645
18,824
24, 386
2,276
57,409
64,815
66, 050
22,149
31, 539
201, 089
- 5 , 055
-537

$261, 664
25, 648
94,446
116, 881
1,881, 082
77, 674
57, 665
44, 513
116, 625
386,486
2 945,140
93, 849
85, 725
247, 592
46, 028
99,150

no, 775

170,464
210, 772
56,153
134, 315
216,165
201, 809
139,032
146, 356
242, 577
72, 766
39,455
40, 654
25,935
118, 765
55,765
241, 847
261, 686
26, 262
141,977
136,116
114, 694
401,759
17, 038
270, 546
166 631
183,768
' 467,644
148,925
.
48,804
82, 524
159,628
99, 354
26,464
109,967

24, 345, 699
150. 744,955 471,408,876

Footnotes at end of table.




16, 019, 351

7, 368,972

1, 645,427

11, 657, 249

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196 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t r a e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d Welfare—Continued
P u b l i c H e a l t h Service—Continued
Construction
States, territories, etc.

'
Coramunity
health
services i^

(49)
Alabama.
Alaska
Arizona..
Arkansas
CalUornia.,
Colorado.
ConnecticutDelaware
District of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia.
HawaiiIdaho
Illinois Indiana.
...
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana . .
Nebraska
Nevada .
..
.
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon ...1
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
S o u t h Carolina .
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Verraont
Vhginia
Washington
West V h g i n i a
Wisconsin.
Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin Islands .
...
O t h e r territories, etc.^
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States
Total

Footnotes q,t end of table.




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

.
L.
..

'
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Comprehensive
health
planning
and
services 25

(50)

(51)

$302,477
41, 708
472, 863
140, 747
3, 832, 644
316, 282
629, 682
27,735
878,191
1,112, 876
414, 322
168, 327
56, 012
1,787, 012
645, 523
537, 526
340, 647
524, 645
350,130
23,917
1,161, 289
2, 273, 040
2, 653, 271
492, 547
296, 717
1, 311,168
60, 084
580,930
26, 205
78, 872
604, 382
326, 486
3,197, 039
862,465
52, 854
1, 615, 986
365, 679
883,980
2, 648, 511
117, 009
136, 769
137,153
916, 272
2,436,963
218, 708
92, 099
687, 001
352,488
204, o n
588,174
24, 496
537, 325
-292
101, 662

$1,962,553
488,889
766,176
888, 643
3,406, 676
648,101
578, 783
473,173
900, 662
1, 627, 591
1, 569,935
436, 397
431,972
2, 031, 346
862, 870
657, 763
528,945
1, 045, 865
1, 029,465
506, 304
1, 045, 955
1,116, 608
1, 796, 312
1, 043, 005
894, 772
1, 228, 684
415,951
434, 903
476,925
596, 015
1,104, 780
517, 079
3,029, 866
1, 482, 346
375, 303
1, 868, 328
826,124
652, 245
2, 634,429
318,962
755, 355
320, 801
1, 394, 385
2, 833,905
601, 276
462, 235
1,150, 778
723,460
889, 049
1, 222, 527
313, 058
1,142, 031
125,189
274, 002

$6,088,218
739,879
5, 318, 333
5, 896, 719
27, 354, 575
4, 674, 882
2, 392,154
593,168
2, 855, 716
10,169, 811
8, 656, 714
863, 540
1, 812, 859
14,168, 366
7, 656, 245
4, 040, 374
2,106, 619
7, 056, 529
8,997, 775
2, 295, 706
5, 514,422
9,105, 955
12,461, 394
7, 265, 667
6, 027,927
6, 870, 579
1, 267,177
7, 463, 582
1,190, 462
1, 630, 954
4, 206, 802
3,459, 518
23, 271,137
14, 055, 468
639, 390
15, 708, 318
3,545, 285
2, 683,152
20,938, 725
1, 859, 086
4, 630, 397
1, 597, 416
9,181, 033
17, 945, 335
2,410, 308
3,145, 660
6, 798,473
6, 682,102
2, 229, 689
6, n o , 388
726, 601
391,170
11, 557, 263

$170, 600

54, 805, 661 346, 206,915

3, 008,451

Control
H o s p i t a l , of t u b e r c u health
losis 1
7
education,
a n d health
research
facUities 20
(62)

30, 314
6,075
-50,605
132, 669
149
29, 740
9,455
15, 716
180, 227
29,"580"
134,958
105, 387
23, 071
66, 640

Control of
venereal
disease "

Dental
services
and
resom-ces i^

(53)

(54)
$183, 041

$108
8,217
25, 572
-3,156
113
382
22, 890
32, 683
31, 377
476
1,367
75, 643

83
282, 058
2,345
7,864
70, 397
2,855
38,937
i42,260
63, 760
120,422
68,133
30,948

-848

57,125

139, 910
89, 354
128,452
47,130
3,423
209, 832
19, 697
45, 769
145, 660
22, 222
128, 004
23,484
76, 560
8,083

12, 080
6,749
73, 036

60, 801
181, 054
219,726
30, 631

35, 493

153,971

4,721

82,190
5,282

49,442

71,044

162,159

228, 682
128,487

33, 741

99, 757

1,296
36,903

54, 692
221,216

42, 963
125
62, 095
- 1 , 288

2
2,483
88,146
62,149

94,198
21, 679

46,981
7,346

20, 672

1,114
427
-13

- 1 , 087
30, 058
37,503
28, 369
42,171

82, 344
20, 709
31, 227
218, 536
7,273
6,905
45, 964
309,152
48, 085
138, 311

-2,412
5,648
-450

19, 880
-135
606

-34,458
38,389, 037

- 828, 068

2, 858, 761

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

273

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d WeUare—Continued
P u b U c H e a l t h Service—Continued

Health
manpower
education
a n d utilization

States, territories, etc.

Mental
health
research
and
services

Regional
medical
services

WeUare A d mhiistration

Urban,
industrial,
a n d radiological
health 27

Vocational
Rehabilitation A d minii itration

Bm-eau of
FamUy
Services
PubUc
assistance

(55)
Alabaraa
Alaska
Arizona...
Arkansas
CalUornia
Colorado...
Connecticut
Delaware...
. ..
District of C o l u r a b i a
Florida .
Georgia
Hawaii.
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
.
Iowa
Kansas
KentuckyLouisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan ..
Mhinesota
Mississippi
Missom-i
Montana
Nebraska.. .
Nevada
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
NewYork
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
..
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas_ .
Utah.
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virghiia
Wisconsin
Wvorainsf
P u e r t o Rico
Vhgin Islands .
O t h e r territories etc 4
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States

.

.

Total

(58)

$327,451
8,315
146, 927
143, 812
3,539,925
605, 646
707, 653
6,345
494, 095
917, 237
513, 763
249, 562
60, 302
1, 381, 245
611, 007
542.434
459, 358
497, 077
768, 211
82, 687
924, 332
2, 036, 666
1, 627, 098
1,008,247
165,166
896, 648
160,529
378,413
28,073
146,964
359,906
100, 779
3,938,426
1,146,188
138,633
1, 355, 698
445, 044
282, 446
2, 232, 644
135, 006
138, 243
107, 688
418, 586
844,922
113.435
124, 722
301,162
595.436
180, 713
684, 435
33, 749
484, 600

$577,108
24,089
602, 365
1, 262, 884
20, 283,972
3, 335,584
3,480,989
380, 884
4, 560, 861
2, 768, 675
1, 334,122
681, 289
354, 076
9, 891, 090
2,150,187
1,191, 447
2, 372, 853
2, 364,118
1, 663, 727
290, 086
4, 651,516
14, 596,466
7, 629,701
2,936, 594
484,186
5, 093,074
264,219
808, 583
186,992
334, 226
2, 674, 384
603,907
34, 272,479
3, 562, 743
344,108
4,136, 589
1, 644, 064
2, 060,822
11, 504,492
720, 812
467,936
144, 991
2, 477, 039
5,199,124
964, 313
524, 615
860, 684
2, 241,100
663,928
2, 815. 980
238, 747
874, 571

(57)

(58)

$654,482
115, 789
89, 340
1, 600, 088
1, 819, 854
133, 740
438, 385
25, 096
318, 619
53,064
98, 004
239, 975
227, 519
1, 016, 676
61, 888
70,605
136, 718
79, 756
39,132
280,488
198.655
274, 248
2, 762,173
191,497

122,292
563.187
1.568. 564
714, 889
61,564
243,463
238, 624
205, 635
779, 575
157, 716
861, 366
1,699, 842
1, 335, 906
728, 950
15. 280
544, 398
95,188
236. 070
19, 860

789, 724

(59)

(60)

$8,102,103
499,686
3,117, 751
6, 697, 375
23,447, 310
4, 010, 459
3, 018, 075
59(1, 044
2,132, 879
10, 342,469
12,12(1, 419
1,108, 384
75^:, 322
13, 05]., 531
2, 61]., 297
4, 812,976
1, 712, 706
3,842, 353
6, 042, 331
969,467
5,274:, 325
5,719,447
8,394,018
6,45{1,765
4,787,664
5,21(1,734
1,067,876
2, 28^;, 660
891,236
594:, 184
7, 674:, 415
994:, 967
14, 83]., 046
9,648, 734
1, 03;;, 803
8,248., 221
5,90;;, 927
3,277,131
24, 111, 697
1,87ft, 132
8,199,185
1, 34(;, 741
5, 22;;, 354
13, 89]., 165
1, 754:, 241
1, 03(1,224
7,688,535
4, 778,401
6, 727, 032
9, 258, 237
87], 412
3, 778,654
68, 283
238.968

$101,924, 000
4,278,348
26,112, 000
67, 764, 886
891, 572,941
57, 521, 927
48, 743, 746
9,107, 255
17, 722, 741
90, 762,651
123,124, 528
12, 911, 586
13, 678, 670
216,477, 831
35, 926, 737
63, 385, 666
46,154, 631
106, 217, 479
161, 227, 585
21,573,405
71, 383, 857
196,555,198
177,955,197
90,226, 375
64, 619, 731
121,655,413
10,632,295
27, 523, 698
7,184, 368
7,969, 600
84,898,618
31, 086,402
931,262,495
83, 678, 359
17, 650, 761
163, 372,727
145, 679, 634
31,739,653
216,403,101
27, 765, 634
26,443, 250
14,625, 308
77, 013, 214
271, 684, 359
19, 902, 865
12,496, 000
36,432, 034
68, 769, 363
45, 782,413
106, 016, 328
4,104, 680
31,426, 028
411,826
639,941

3,584,935 290,117, 040

6,318,646,825

$11, 637
6,471
544,796
20, 709
225, 808
• 4, 300
349, 296
71. 356
11, 746
14, 800
16.999
46. 388
36.494
6.463
. 10,937
108, 774
12, 675
38,423
69,892
90,184

18. 517
22,467
205
107,653
16,486
986, 076
34,498
11. 393
51,593
42, 752
17, 789
150,593
74, 037
31,332
1,022
12, 326
19,107
16, 674
185,447
37,123
57, 259
2,439

-443,064
33,487,418 175,769,050

Footnotes at end of table.




20,998,049

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T A B L E 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t r a e n t of H e a l t h ,
E d u c a t i o n , a n d Welfare—Continued

D e p a r t n i e n t of H o u s i n g a n d U r b a n D e v e l o p m e n t

Welfare
AdministrationContinued
States, territories, etc.
Children's
Bureau

Miscellaneous health,
education,
a n d welfare prog r a m s 17

Lowincorae
housing
deraonstration
prograra

Low-rent
public
housing
prograni

Model
cities
prograra

Neighborhood
facUities

(62)

(63)

(64)

(65)

(66)

Maternal
a n d chUd
health a n d
welfare
services 28
(61)
Alabania
Alaska
. . . .
Arizona
Arkansas . .
..
....
California
...
Colorado . . .
Connecticut
Delaware
...
District of Colurabia
Florida
. ...
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois.
Indiana
.
.
.
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
.
_
.
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
..
Minnesota
...
Mississippi
Missouri
..
Montana
.
....
Nebraska
Nevada
New Harapshire
N e w Jersey w.
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
...
North Dakota
Ohio
..
Oklahoraa
Oregon
'..
Pennsylvania
R h o d e Island
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota .
..
Tennessee
Texas.
..
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington . .
West Virginia
Wisconsin . . .
Wyoming
..
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s .
Other territories, etc.^
...
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
to States
Total

Footnotes at end of table.




29 $50,910
$6,165,373
• 653,306
30 99,750
1,874,792
31532
2,684,373
32 511,960
10,604,448
33 155,292
4,552,904
29 8 8 , 9 0 5
1, 570,298
32 4 , 6 1 4
664,733
34 4 1 4 , 2 6 3
3,327,558
32 3 2 4 , 6 1 2
7,754,336
32 1 1 8 , 1 3 8
6,402,258
1,256,868 3 5 1 , 2 2 0 , 8 4 2
36 2 6 , 5 9 7
952,234
32 3 1 8 , 5 3 6
9,129,920
29 1 1 5 , 9 5 1
3,116,040
29 1 9 , 5 7 2
2,314,548
32 9 9 , 9 6 5
1,753,052
37 23,882
3,763,966
2917,948
3,266,305
913,360
29 91,971
5,957,057
38 6 2 0 , 4 1 6
4,264,408
33 3 1 4 , 8 4 1
9,478,800
33101,500
4,209,847
291,629
2,909,716
39 133,914
4,650,974
29139,771
817,699
40 21,129
2,331,415
40 71, 533
664,628
679,829
33 89,860
2, 927,404
2919,164
1,192,672
33 513,610
12,060,368
29 36,883
5,827,879
41 14,996
726,057
33 383,319
9,838, 561
37 9,906
1,797,775
36 20, 111
1, 595,935
32 339,070
10, 036,450
37 214,892
1,326,756
33 5 6 2 , 3 3 4
3,544,410
2919,908
552,143
32 3 5 , 7 0 4
3,906,383
3215,009
8,753,942
29 5 0 , 1 5 6
1,014,116
535,483 36-17,196
29 5, n o
5,355,611
37 250,954
2, 526,846
29 2,328
2,125,621
42 619,326
2, 571,368
626,026
29 806
6,334,775
561,623
283,988

- - 194,486, 937

$51,694
3,542
34,270
20,986

170,839
33,634

30, 560
86,291
100, 900
9,795

14,854
347,722
75,672
452
4,044
67,848
283,720

$9,763,155
496,362
954,804
3,063,034
12,972, n o
1,457,658
4,620,092
762,017
5,247,691
6,350,355
11,134,808
1,315,655
62,201
25,164,800
2,259,788
174,916
693,642
5,362, 518
7,469,543
227,982
4, 956,016
9,265,637
4,967,880
4,136,197
2,235, 551
6,482,165
320,376
1,921,030
1,006,609
952,801
17, 632,345
581,868
47,396,399
6,358,332
221, 584
9,896,865
425,120
1,267,717
18,443,286
2,444,335
1,471,080
266,945
8,791,735
12,046,879

$26,756

$30,827
131,776
176,867
1,207,392

2i,808
40,525
119,923
36,468
116,441
80,193

298,310
269,596
2,092

22,787
31,729
9,525
76,148
85,112
50,968

38,856
68,762
146,730
110,814
20,240

no, 000
226,380
77,743

103,086
19,428

25,800
52,991
96,223

ii6,760

42,500
51,653
53,000
60,390
16,800

18,774
68,125
79,005
113,111

61, 500
94,787
-

345,462
520,046
450,873

114, 566
4,839. 908
1.471,677
914,770
2, o n , 747
10,777
11,070,036
807,482

35,000
10, 500

16,900

93 000

1,338,236 283,171,845

1.612,579

4,636,896

57,314
14,100

80,005

-4,463
8', 190, 631

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of H o u s i n g a n d U r b a n D e v e l o p m e n t — C o n .

Departm e n t of t h e
Interior

States, territories, etc.
O p e n space
Urban
l a n d g r a n t s m a s s transportation
(67)
Alabama
. . .
Alaska
Arizona.
A r k a n s a s __
California .
Colorado
Connecticut
D elaware
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a . . .
Florida
Georgia.
. . .
HawaU
Idaho.
IlUnois...
Indiana.
Iowa . . .
Kansas
Kentucky.
Louisiana..Maine.'.
Maryland .
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
".:
Mississippi
Missouri.
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada..
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey.
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio..
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island.
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota .
Tennessee
Texas...
Utah--.
Vermont. .
Virginia..
...
Washington
West Virginia...
Wisconsin
Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
..
O t h e r territories, etc.4
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to S t a t e s
Total

$99, 927
80, 000
502,834
101, 798
7, 508, 484
62, 500
750, 271

(68)

$3, 675
24, 760, 612
23, 596

687, 330
1, 343, 506
1, 305,171
593, 840

599, 117
1,302
282, 639

2, 818, 332
98, 600
683, 407
2,562
993, 477
290, 975
9,188
760, 971
61, 533
1, 215. 622
1, 608, 923
70, 822
223, 285
30, 300

1, 178, 7.53
48, 821
406, 824
544, 460
17, 256
812, 397
3, 468, 518
3, 000, 569

26i. 2io
4,333

575, 419
2, 539, 946

1, 943, 769

732, 966
117, 377

14, 162, 362

1, 532, 124
312, 809
141,469
2, 316, 570
94, 036

5, 221, 674
280, 357
3, 784, 411
20, 796

8,962
950, 356
164, 108
20, 047

1, 275, 631
771, 923

198,195
388, 555

298, 456
2, 472, 022
24, 478

1, 277, 664
45, 720

378, 236

45 1, 678, 082
33, 317, 959

Footnotes at end'of table.




67, 726, 276

Urban
planning
assistance

Urban
renewal 43

'V\''ater
and sewer
faciUties

Bureau
of I n d i a n
Affairs 44

(69)

(70)

i:71)

(72)

$253,492
121, 699
94, 955
283, 673
1, 806, 226
347, 492
630, 801
55, 830
844, 476
557, 645
500, 332
88, 708
42, 922
815, 557
423,127
561, 706
311, 402
378, 042
257, 991
56, 490
490,117
861, 016
1, 440, 443
680, 767
115, 991
1,160, 695
87, 330
98, 838
28, 773
113, 622
687, 636
164, 933
2. 779, 506
377, 561
89, 547
1, 217, 381
353, 308
309, 747
1, 994, 831
176, 537
156, 980
58, 294
400, 527
804, 428
128, 505
81, 621
292, 851
438, 875
314, 505
565, 678

$4, 967, 566 $1, (102, 954
7, 298,180
244, 280 ""i,"ii50,'ooo"
4, 325, 596
1, 4:11, 575
28, 656, 697
4, 841, 453
254, 448
8.06, 805
28, 421, 641
190, 260
1, 629, 647
3, 568, 585
2, 840,197
8, 042, 524
1,4:11, 825
8, 283, 456
2, 512, 370
(191, 000
854, 115
19, 098, 111
8, 752, 484
1, (.80, 300
6, 462, 433
1,(122,700
3, 507, 124
1, (167, 970
(169,125
11, 719, 683
(i27, 615
636, 228
832, 262
3, 690, 157
8, 798, 612
88, 000
42, 759, 797
1, ].53, 030
17, 663, 612
4, (120, 510
7, 205, 341
1, (44, 793
1, 045, 800'
441, 050
(.32, 025
15, 203, 880
(.16, 525
^04, 750
172, 638
].12,125
1, 655, 870
2, 296, 978
26, 061, 330
806, 000
1, 237, 984
1,4:54, 368
57, 369, 309
1,328.309
10, 522, 425
457, 478
1,170,394
32, 371, 388
1, ^53, 325
5, 189, 971
c 80, 790
2, 377, 330
^ 18, 670
54, 614, 613
170,750
1, 524, 418
f 78, 665
130, 635
61, 500
1,4:47,920
10, 565, 169
2, e15,217
9, 611, 905
27. oob
55, 540
228, 884
167,663
5, 859, 236
278, 000
3, 703, 409
1,420,217
973, 516
1,/65, 314
4, 271, 732
1, 577, 579
1,596

44, 444, 449

_

157, 785

30, 000
204, 451
92, 329
15, 377

474,114
245, 359
197, 735
157, 000
2, 464, 326
24, 000
601, 769
710, 000
31, 735

1, 064, 610
83, 366
226, 760
160, 000
44, 411

258,841

25, 163, 465 474, 550, 643

$995, 800
4, 727, 253

146, 367
26, 240
87, 450

12, 708, 080

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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
Department of the Interior—Continued

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona.
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia...
Florida
,
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois.
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
MichiganMirmesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
N eb r ask a
Nevada
New Harapshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhodelsland
South Carolma
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont...
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Puerto Rico.
Vhgin Islands
Other territories, etc.4..
Adjustments or undistributed to States
Total.
Footnotes at end of table.




Certain
Fish and
Coraraerspecial
wildlife
cial
fundsrestoration
fisheries
shared
and raanresearch
and devel- revenues 4? ageraent 48
opment 48

Land and
water
conservation

(73)

states, territories, etc.

(74)

(76)

$76,074
726,632
8,104
13,830
316,454
41,012
41,832
37,850

$570
335, 376
355,815
12
199, 760
40, 281

360,856
113,114
41; 367
32,693
30,189
14,417
"22, 346
18,815
21,973
409, 055
210, 674
331, 040
304,119
27.436
18, 501
191,126
21,227
35,821
54,955

(75)

164,808

47
'466'

90
1, 276
2
180, 621
99
408,957

17,408
112,891
1,454
84,460
107.915
95,195
1,766
7,845
59,824
7,725
31, 680
789,926 22,168,437
74,500
21,252
29, 660
25,565
4,815
497,157
8,545
5,393
417,855
373,937
19, 599
10, 073
6
38,758
149,126
102,258
32, 373 12, 367.772
95,852

$667,452
1,105, 558
565,415
477, 535
1,186, 017
826,624
237,291
177,463
679, 203
613, 509
165, 340
634, 716
562,992
1, 081,762
543,142
697, 373
408,148
307, 633
415,706
160,287
205, 050
1,083, 541
819,919
433, 652
812,043
786,597
548,487
544, 000
170,531
287, 028
619,584
856,105
503,319
298, 681
831, 387
617,237
1,086,887
1,480, 648
175,968
323,199
449,122
581, 629
1, 570, 692
414,553
181,818
325,404
733,278
270, 794
754,644
1,199,958
4,916
24,180
19,255

fmid 17

$188, 781
269, 692
695, 741
762,483
5, 060,267
1, 002, 030
619, 738
603,450
329,000
3,188, 689
638, 077
271,353
569,342
989, 006
1, 018,738
698,844
996, 324

Mhieral
Leashig
Act payments—
shared
revenues
(77)
$10,622
7, 610,497
64,583
16,839
3,170,576
3. 549. 312

273
179, 096
15
144,499

'2i7.'070"
1,319,825
554, 205
1,103, 006
-25, 000
762,117
1.397
405, 540
.588,179
'33.'809'
1,684,402
525,132
2,223,469
709,466
563
393, 641
1,380, 032
258,170
2,818,157
536,247
3,823,428
824,536
800, 320
4. 549, 078
334, 012
179,481
566,705
2,286
726,766
722,174
384, 320
734,217
36,913
751,249
1,291, 049
293, 065
3,063,798
632,728
970,179
591,246
176
686,632
1,445,109
386,871 i5,'546,"43i"
171, 670
34.750

-1,097,947
5, 383,497

i 541, 659 30,297,159
,

51, 040,148

48,187,497

277

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
r t m e n t of t h e Interior—
Continued

Departm e n t of
Justice

D e p a r t r a e n t of L a b o r

s t a t e s , territories, etc.
Waste
treatment
works
construction

(79)
Alabaraa
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
C alifornia
Colorado.
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Colurabia
Florida
GcDrgia
Hawau
Idaho.
Illinois
Indiana.
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Maine
Maryland..
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Harapshire...
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
New York
N o r t h CaroUna
North Dakota
Ohio.
Oklahoraa
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island..
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Verraont.
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoraing.
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc.4
A d j u s t r a e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
to States
Total

Water
resources
research

Water
supply
and
pollution
control

(80)

(81)

$2,475,156
38, 080
1,420,430
2, 449, 364
10,486, 770
1, 669, 356
1, 948, 007
944, 000
676, 300
3, 313, 312
2, 207, 989
1,812, 200
326, 553
8. 053, 684
1,840, n o
1, 758, 035
2.435.120
1. 781, 765
1, 052, 980
1, 288,931
2, 966, 621
1, 057, 683
2, 756,304
2, 993, 989
731, 683
3.175.428
213,492
• 668,311
2, 865, 799
747, 808
2, 618,387
2, 056, 320
8, 427, 539
3,663,463
166.965
3,411, 284
835, 430
1, 260,976
6, 052, 659
548,440
1, 807,168
713, 977
2, 625,132
5, 457,468
1, 013, 010
850, 779
3,837,484
3, 209,123
920, 728
2, 636, 570
31,800
487. 712

$179. 998
58, 500
215, 000
145, 037
278, 896
216, 607
100, 000
126,489
100, 000
228. 650
167, 231
107,150
368. 917
170,872
118, 993
162, 340
100, 000
112, 998
137, 500
113, 527
185, 296
130, 253
133, 388
108, 500
109,459
121, 062
124, 083
147, 300
102, 000
174, 742
191, 376
196, 239
152,439
112, 372
191,144
142, 245
125,483
141, 046
117, 369
138,487
124,800
115, 074
209, 259
174, 763
100, 000
120, 522
122, 400
102, 300
326,838
109,462
81,439

$170, 014
30,138
108.483
173.782
950, n o
124, 539
246, 013
125,245
92,349
232,399
328,996
99, 393
63,162
621, 682
334,826
141, 481
140, 875
252,418
274, 226
95, 924
266,035
268,731
620, 743
229, n o
166, 071
287,167
58. 916
86.127
36. 036
93. 281
713. 754
78.483
1.145, 467
397. 786
58,140
898, 669
174, 661
140, 315
725,128
145, 286
176, 781
62, 083
310, 973
634,156
78. 685
64, 645
312,242
188,106
164,412
289,326
36, 029
164, 831
41, 214
63, 050

Maripower
L a w endevelopforceraent
ment and
assistance i7 training
activities

(82)
$5, 255
85, 353
24, 035
630,113
73,823
62,926
29, 234
299,322
66, 236
100,105
24.084
372,949
6.440
59.478
23, 089
47, 576
- 4 , 385
13, 010
42,159
47, 338
425, 399
130, 625
57,694
196, 779
2,875
- 2 , 472
35, 625
9,076
115, 081
6,250
249,164
14, 000
26, 976
158, 731
47, 460
54, 826
104, 724
25, 885
66, 516
11,412
14,143
59, 329
72,105
9.620
122,444
82,462
39, 683
6,731
26, 273
7.650

(83)
$£08,401
193,796
/ 28,385
£71,413
11, C21, 059
e83, 984
1, £84, 917
63, 670
6, 775,427
906, 379
817. 788
19,268
100, 742
6, 245, 896
1,186, 736
815, 971
33, 929
940, 562
656,463
431, 397
626, 499
"4,452, 055
2, 111, 146
1, 496,670
976,854
478,010
131,813
155,384
145, 318
36, 733
1,952,591
36,941
9,027,348
1,833.088
48, 470
1. 577,957
525, 396
5.56, 274
3, 818,113
1.30, 204
502,894
l!)3, 882
1,211,411
5,105, 325
1)3, 731
1)4, 637
7!)5, 244
820,215
644, 619
1, 0!J3, 349
4,847
96,941

Unemployment
compensation a n d
employm e n t service adrainistration
(trust
fund)
(84)
$6, 492, 537
2, 344,227
6,966, 972
5,132,152
67, 002, 487
5, 514,412
9,100,964
1, 272,820
4, 582,156
11, 512, 980
7, 512, 599
2, 300,894
3, 508, 877
26, 099, 649
9,114, 679
5, 263, 785
4, 232, 235
5,247, 660
7, 529,161
2, 688,248
8, 677, 625
15, 871, 511
25,435,107
8, 376, 576
5, 032, 529
10,861,178
2,683,467
2, 844,847
3, 459, 954
1,923, 336
19,217,439
3,355,222
73, 362, 883
9,905, 833
2,118,491
22,063,622
6,642,812
7,172,211
34,622, 282
4, 615,817
5,187, 367
1, 569,454
6,866,850
22,400,369
5, 009, 326
1,642,602
6, 055,176
11, 784, 317
3,992, 874
8,705, 314
1,604, 520
5, 084,906
239,866
44, 550
9, 781,178

118,777,651

Footnotes at end of table.




7, 638, 846 13,682,434

4,105,194

75, 6;;0, 042 551, 630,905

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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of T r a n s p o r t a t i o n

National
Foundation on t h e
Arts and
the Humanities 1
7

States, territories, etc.

Temiessee
VaUey
Authoiity

Federal
Aviation
Administration

Shared
revenues 4
«

Federal
airport
prograin so

(86)

(87)

$39, 383
38, 273
39, 383
39, 383
34, 523
39,383
36, 244
-27
38, 558
39, 383
8,614
39, 383

$2, 648, 273

$1, 337, 638
6, 430, 000
664, 733
826, 429
8, 375, 776
948, 283
540, 603

39, 383
- 8 , 419
38, 991
39, 383
39, 383
39, 383
39, 383
39, 383
37, 301
39, 383
39, 383
39, 383
39, 383
38,181
35, 000
19, 453
39, 383
36, 096
39, 383
39,102
39, 383
10, 083
39, 237
38, 308
39, 383
39, 383
39, 383
24, 500
10, 000
39, 383
39, 383
20, 000
58,129
39, 383
39, 383
35, 783
39, 278
39, 383
37, 630
39, 383
39, 383

10, 000

(85)
Alabama.
Alaska..
Arizona...
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a . .
Florida
Georgia
...
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana...
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
LouisianaMaine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska.
Nevada
New Harapshire
N e w Jersey
New Mexico..
New York
North CaroUna.
North Dakota
Ohio..
Oklahoma
Oiegon...
Pennsylvania.
R h o d e Island
S o u t h Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas...
Utah
Verraont
Virginia. _
Washington
W e s t Virginia
Wisconsin . . .
Wyoniing
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin Islands
O t h e r territories etc. 4
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States

...

. .

.
.....

Total

Footnotes at end of table.




126, 950

1, 894, 428

533, 319

4, 515, 753
3, 217, 892
363, 600
334, 094
5, 523, 504
967, 394
667, 068
279, 008
1, 329, 350
1, 029, 402
510. 483
425,177
1. 881, 077
1, 397, 893
1, 597, 475
419,136
2,132, 939
608,184
1, 277, 778
484, 340
137, 576

93, no

168, 360

7, 685, 030

40, 572

106, 973
4, 002, 412
1. 524. 446
330, 774
2, 668.147
966, 352
364, 681
2, 328, 797
749. 749
717,157
1,161, 475
1. 060. 627
4, 009. 468
684. 601
89, 434
945, 821
1, 006,159
998,115
1, 856, 508
121.159
578, 040
417, 453

Federal H i g h w a y A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

Beautification a n d Forest a n d
control of
pubhc
outdoor
lands
advertish i g h w a y s ^2
ing 51
(88)
$938, 447
410,125
726, 095
358, 608
3, 002, 083
726,749
434, 948
20, 082
337, 926
643,732
132,339
87, 368
182, 498
1, 363, 297
184, 074
626, 550
352,145
614, 241
61, 355
186, 875
57, 240
506, 420
1, 026, 075
85, 059
345, 964
783, 579
298, 334
250, 917
387, 005
162, 082
12, 614
795, 606
736, 031
436, 628
172, 477
715, 780
32, 498
677, 831
258, 582
54, 438
216, 048
253, 098
447, 653
1, 013,130
315. 870
474. 958
715. 524
403. 763
769, 960
577, 515
9,684

(89)
-$959
2, 577, 385
2, 757, 398
758.195
4, 985. 992
2,153, 600

13, 096, 931

74, 700, 943

(90)
$1,752
37, 604
14,313
173. 068
71 607
16,766
150, 360
20 468

65. no

23, 846
2, 880, 627
69. 688

1,185
33, 060

21, 941
493, 490
367, 907
300,186
3, 223, 354
129
562, 986
489.119
846, 736
687, 412
343
55, 067
413, 658
4, 357. 965
19, 579
68.587
228,175
458, 021
342, 465
1, 256, 037
26, 895
59, 486
1,799, 510
1,151, 028
120, 507
1, 869, 588

51, 803
1, 846, 946

Highway
safety

37, 719, 262

124, 395
15,129
82, 549
29 711
12, 579
28, 215
47.432
167, 786
48, 023
14, 497
248 139
128,246
29,255
171.105
18, 990
101, 068
595
35, 996
50,795
47, 693
4,493
21,040
152,182
157,341
16, 215
32, 267
4,603

2, 259, 071

24, 433, 580

159.187
302, 486
25, 004
29, 602
17, 023
31, 928
12 631
14. 397
206, 747
77,152
65, 433
8,538
41, 660
177 213
185. 355

3, 695, 748

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279

TABLE 76.—Federal grants in aid payments to State and local governments, fiscal
year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of T r a n s portation—Continued

States, territories,

etc

F e d e r a l H i g h w a y Adm inis tration—C o n t i n u e d

Veterans'
Adrainist r a t i o n 53

Water
Resources
Council

MisceUaieous

Total

(94)

(96)

(96)

Highway
trust
fund
(91)
Alabaraa
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut...
Delaware
D i s t r i c t of C o l u r a b i a . .
Florida
Georgia
HawaU
Idaho..
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa..
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine...
Mai-yland
Massachusetts
Michigan..
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana.
Nebraska
Nevad a
New Harapshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
New York.
N o r t h C arolina
N o r t h D akota
Ohio
Oklahonia
Oregon
Pennsylvania
R h o d e Island
S o u t h Carolina
South D a k o t a .
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
_
Vhginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoraing
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc.4..
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States
Total

Landscaping a n d
scenic enhanceraent
(92)

(93)

$650, 992
231,739
61,051
46,008
1,481,114
46,462
7,850
77, 580
4,476
105,150
607,125

$38,558
3,498
15,865
26,617
1,692,796
122,389
704,103

69,494
1,405,017
688,621
46,772
62,617
252,311
410,798
101,311
850,345
333,868
244,899
404.771
231,043
921,847
39, 926
77,850
15,292

70,660
745,119
274,837
650,716
97,977
32,094
100,826
(00

$71,015,589
33,686,257
64,457,884
41,153,309
419,116,193
53, 910,603
69,940,795
18,276,774
36.356.316
79.864.317
86,986,780
23,746,290
26, 902,203
189,141, 517
119,031,654
52,804,597
36,920,086
97,814,020
80,811, 764
20,459,239
52,903,112
73,813,039
144,332,407
118,625, 509
39, 907,127
80,440,720
44,504,950
30,746,103
26,406,411
20, 926,840
115,238,329
42,848,171
204,752,939
57,253,754
28,881,904
208,692,102
47,574,360
57,548,082
216,680,059
29,845,309
41, 054,952
36,639,183
91.807.065
222, 949, 664
49,972,604
32,741,362
110,837,388
94,920,968
69,127,131
56,870,841
36,364,713
9,937,767

41,166
68,337
350,839
203,416
120,376
75,320
378,872
65,864
177, 565
126,505
269,115
180,375
2,219,170
203,780
75,238
114,629
67,301
190,475
224,408

71,532
986,371

720,892
816,639
346,862
24,249
130,742
60,881
710,947
65, 699
365,522
15,546
83,369
53,600
83,332
589,315
626,525
30,938
270,004
300,090
29,323
138,357
50,165
101,329
18,982
109,803
44,071
428,731
32,208
984,117
27,018

$30,000

$367, 871,719
109, n o , 036
25,465
200, 946,985
25,687
248, 828,097
67,000 54 $15,68c,299 2,067, 212,209
45.750
55 4^,960
228, 543,542
33.240
236, 837,984
37,180
52, 524,027
10,900 56 75,45c,200
2.53, 652,866
27,000
397, 517.589
8,797
439, 301,994
39,370 "5'7"5,'62f,'653"
87, 260,897
49,680
79, 374,136
24,200
780, 551,817
282, 233,874
16.350
221, 497,721
9,000
168, 604,114
49.760
414, 053,344
46,980
412, 656,387
27,000
58 133,201
86, 272,117
40, 550
282, 774,201
506, 363,212
'5Vi7i,"i63"
55,880
591, 085.590
30,000
361, 949,926
49,230
284, 239,952
47.300
401. 780,309
25.000
101, 137,324
38.794
123, 015,914
25,815
68, 572,671
5.500
62, 739,966
43.190
426, 732.864
40,100
59 2,853,705
176, 761.266
58 161,101 1,828, 146,281
25.000
396, 384.298
37.400
81, 627,189
56,120
697, 874,791
38,075
333, 054,796
55190,300
214, 173, 552
52,930
884, 315,031
31,410
106, 287,236
25,670
203, 522,193
35,000
95, 675.299
9 1,474,130
377. 472,884
25, n o
60 635,033
909, 812,979
80,720
132, 078.523
14,000
73, 537.462
15,678
337, 101.086
64,190
59 963,728
306, 620,989
17,200
230, 798,678
15,000
294, 049,961
47,180
79, 579,296
30,000
6193,460,256
222, 612,836
30,000
62 4,804,000
32, 472,640
63 31,784,002
81. 992,079

64 255,000
4,117,140,952

Footnotes' on following pages.




14,499,070

12,872, 600

160,247.092

1,860,201

233,443,732 18.601,221,720

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Footnotes to table 76
1 Consists of $1,269,378 Cooperative State Research Service (excluded frora coluran 6); $3,107,983 Agricultural Research Service; $378,764 Forest Protection and Utilization, Forest Service; and $172,513 Commodity Credit Corporation.
2 Cost to the Federal Government of food comraodities acquired through price-support operations.
3 Consists of $1,537,921 Cooperative Extension Work, Extension Service (excluded from column 4) and
$l.7r;0,000 Agricultural Consumer and Marketing Service.
^ Includes Araerican Samoa, Guam, Trust Territory of the Pacific, and certain foreign countries.
^Adjustment from a coramodities distributed basis to a checks-issued basis.
6 Consists of: $3,113,000 p e n a l t y raail costs for State experiraent station dhectors a n d cooperative extension
agents; $8,942,695 retirement costs of cooperative extension agents; a n d $74,405 r e i m b u r s e m e n t for benefits
paid from t h e employees' compensation fund for cooperative extension eraployees.
7 Includes $310,000 p e n a l t y maU costs.
8 Consists of $173,189,705 Federal share of t h e value of food staraps redeeraed a n d $4,037,984 Federal p a y m e n t s to State agencies for certification assistance.
9 Consists of $17,821,841 forest protection a n d utilization a n d $832,971 assistance t o States for tree p l a n t i n g .
Forest Service.
10 Consists of: $43,895,433 p a y n i e n t s t o States a n d $145,448 p a y m e n t t o Minnesota (Cook, L a k e , a n d
St. Louis counties) b o t h from N a t i o n a l forests fund, Forest Service; a n d $108,088 p a y m e n t s t o school funds,
Arizona ($105,713) a n d N e w Mexico ($373).
11 (IJost to t h e Federal G o v e r n m e n t of comraodities acquired.
1 Includes payraents of $5,081,881 paid dhectly to participating private schools. In addition the prograra
2
receives sorae of the coraraodities distributed or donated under prograras reported in colurans 2 and 11 of
this table.
13 Cash payments to increase consuraption of fluid railk by children in nonprofit institutions. Includes
$7,234,631 paid directly to private schools and other outlets.
14 SoU Conservation Service, consists of: $50,191,762 w a t e r s h e d protection; $13,400,802 flood prevention;
n n d $2,206,023 resomce conservation a n d developnient. T o t a l represents contributions of $34,620,148 a n d
grants in k i n d of $31,178,439.
1 Includes: $2,171,419 administered by Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Departraent of
5
the Interior; $33,281 adrainistered by the Soil Conservation Service, Department of Agriculture; $118,849
administered by the Federal Aviation Adrainistration; $360,000 adrainistered by Oflice of Education and
$492,367 by Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education, and WeUare; and -$2,089,470 refund
of prior year expenditm-es.
^ Includes $3,024,492 grants for public faciUties and $30,500 area redevelopment assistance.
6
1 Credit araounts (—) other than "Adjustraents or undistributed to States" are refunds of advances frora
7
prior years.
1 Includes $64,716,214 fori Appalachian highways administered by the Department of Transportation.
8
19 Consists of $30,794,638 disaster relief a n d $155,851 S t a t e a n d local preparedness.
20 Administered by the Departraent of Labor.
21 Consists of $95,081,134 adrainistered by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and $728,916
adrainistered by the Departraent of Labor.
21a Expenditures for work incentives programs which could not be identified by State.
22 Includes $49,387,751 formerly reported u n d e r "Defense educational activities."
23 Includes $23,666,639 forraerly included u n d e r " H i g h e r educational activities."
24 Includes $3,952,700 g r a n t s in k i n d (supplies a n d services).
25 Includes $5,600,392 grants in k i n d (supplies a n d services).
26 Consists of: $60,637,920 for health educational facilities; $46,437,549 for health research facUities;
$228,211,346 hospital construction activities; a n d $10,920,100 c o r a m u n i t y m e n t a l health resource s u p p o r t .
27 Consists of $3,554,724 m b a n a n d m d u s t r i a l health a n d $30,211 radiological health activities.
28 Consists of: $43,234,830 for m a t e r n a l a n d child health services; $43,792,528 for services for crippled chUdren; $46,570,712 for chUd welfai-e services; $29,992,171 for m a t e r n i t y a n d infant care; a n d $30,895,698 for

school a n d preschool children.
29 Nursing services and resources. Public Health Service.
30 Net of —$750 raedical care services, $2,689 medical self-help trahiing, and $97,811 nm-sing services and
resources, Public Health Service.
31 Medical care services, P u b l i c H e a l t h Service.
32 National Library of Medicine and nursing services and resources, Public Health Service.
33 Medical care services. National Library of Medicine, and nursing services and resources, Public Health
Service.
34 Hospital facilities in the District of Columbia, administered by GSA; George Washington University
Hospital construction; and nursing services and resources. Public Health Service.
35 Consists of: $1,185,752 for hospital a n d medical care; $6,583 I n d i a n health activities; $28,603 medical
care service; a n d $81 N a t i o n a l L i b r a r y of Medicine.
36 Nursing services and resources and medical care services. Public Health Service.
37 Medical self-help training and nursing services and resources. Public Health Service.
38 Medical care, raedical self-help training, National Library of Medicine, and nursing services and resources, PubUc Health Service.
39 N e t of —$100 medical care services a n d $134,014 nursing services a n d resources, P u b l i c H e a l t h Service.
40 Medical care services, medical self-help training, a n d nursing services a n d resources, P u b U c H e a l t h
Services.
;
41 Net of —$1,353 medical'care services, $7,395 raedical self-help training, and $8,954 nursing services and
resources. Public Health Services.
42 Consists of $383,926 I n d i a n health activities, $232,737 n u r s i n g services a n d resources, a n d $2,683 N a t i o n a l
L i b r a r y of Medicine.
43 Includes $1,879,901 a d v a n c e d in prior years for projects terrainated in fiscal 1968.
44 Consists of $11,797,600 for education a n d welfare services a n d $910,480 resources m a n a g e r a e n t .
45 Joint transportation projects: Bi-State Development Agency, St. Louis, Mo., $29,940; PennsylvaniaNew Jersey Transportation Conmiission $21,800; and Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area Transit Commission, $1,628,342.
46 O n a n accrual basis. B u r e a u of Comraercial Fisheries, consists of $4,112,521 F e d e r a l A i d for C o m m e r cial Fisheries, Research a n d Developraent, a n d $1,270,976 A n a d r o r a o u s a n d Great L a k e s Fisheries.




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281

Footnotes to table 76—Continued
47 Consists of: $284,443 paynients to States from grazing receipts, etc., public lands (outside grazing districts); $306,581 payments to States from grazing receipts, etc., public lands (within grazing districts);
$1,417 payraents to States (grazing fees); $4,321 payraents to States frora grazing r^jceipt:;, etc., public lands
(within grazing districts, niiscellaneous); $213,382 paynients to States from proceeds of sales; $1,829 payments
to Oklahoma (royalties); $21,761,278 paynients to counties, Oregon and California grant lands; $122,276
payments due counties. National grasslands; $287,664 payraents to Coos and Douglas counties, Oregon, in
lieu of taxes on Coos Bay Wagon Road grant lands; $12,367,772 Internal Revenue collections. Virgin Islands;
$332,256 payraents to Alaska frora Pribilof Island fund; $21,805 payraent to Wyoming, in Ueu of taxes on
lands in Grand Teton National Park, National Park Service; $600,000 payments to Arizona and Nevada,
Boulder Canyon project; $109,799 to three counties, Klamath reclamation area, California and Oregon;
$10,037 paynients in heu of taxes, Trinity County, California; $10,639 payraents in Ueu ol taxes to four counties in Washington; and $106,181 grant from loan program to St. John Irrigating Co., Idaho, "for fish and wildlife conservation."
48 Bureau of Sport Fisheries and WUdlife, consists of $7,473,420 Fish Restoration and Mf mageraent (receipt
linUtation); $22,338,996 WUdlife Restoration; and $484,743 Anadroraous and Great Lakes Fisheries Conservation.
49 Payraents in lieu of taxes.
50 Consists of $71,216,328 grants-in-aid for ahports and $3,484,616 grants-in-aid for airports (liquidation of
contract authority).
5 Consists of $23,790,132 for highway beautification and $643,448 for control of outdoor advertising and
1
junkyards.
52 Consists of $31,589,611 forest highways ahd $6,129,651 public lands highways.
53 On an accrual basis. Consists of: $6, 780,637 State horaes for disabled soldiers and saUors; $1,898,893 for
approval and construction of training estabUshraents; $1,890,044 construction of State Dursing homes; and
$2,303,026 State nursing homes for disabled soldiers.
54 Consists of: $526,760 doraestic farm labor grants. Departraent of Agriculture; $6,983 advance acquisition
of land, Departraent of Houshig and Urban Developraent; $14,989,239 general construction. Corps of Engineers; and $162,317 State raarine schools, Maritirae Administration, Department of Coinmerce.
55 Domestic farra labor grants, Departraent of Agricultm-e.
56 Consists of $105,000 regional econoraic planning, Econoraic Development Adrainistration, Departnient
of Commerce, $63,979,200 Federal payment to the District of Colurabia, and $11,375,01)0 for Dulles sewer
project.
4 Center for cultural and technical interchange between East and West. Department of State.
7
58 State marine schools. Maritirae Adrainistration, Departraent of Commerce.
59 Community disposal and assistance grants. Atomic Energy Comraission.
60 Consists of: $367,380 doraestic farra labor grants, Departraent of Agriculture; $226,284 State marine
schools, Maritirae Adrainistration; and $41,369 advance acquisition of land, Departraent of Housing and
Urban Development.
61 Consists of $86,160,156 IRS coUections and $27,300,000 transfers and expenses of operations, Bureau of
Customs.
62 Transfers and expenses of operations. Bureau of Customs.
63 Administration of Territories. Departraent of the Interior.
64 Consists of: $46,000 Great Lakes River Basins; $50,000 New England River Basiiis; $105,000 Pacific
Northwest River Basins; and $55,000 Souris-Red-Rainy River Bashis.
NOTE.—Corapiled from figures furnished by the departments and agencies, pursuar.t to Treasury Departraent Circular No. 1014, Aug. 8, 1958 (see 1958 annual report, exhibit 70, p. 381).




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TABLE 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968
[On a checks-issued basis except where this detaU is not available for all payraents. Wherever feasible
adjustraent to a checks-issued basis has been made, footnoted, and reported under "Adjustnients or
undistributed to States"]
D e p a r t m e n t of A g r i c u l t u r e
Coramodity Credit Corporation
Agricultural
conservation
prograra

States, territories, etc.

(1)
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut.. . . . .
Delaware
District of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
KansasKentucky
Louisiana .
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts..
Michigan _ _
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Harapshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico.,
.
New York
N o r t h Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoraa...
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
S o u t h CaroUna
South Dakota
Tennessee
...
Texas
Utah
Verraont
Vhginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
..
Wvorainsr
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin Islands
O t h e r territories, etc
A d j u s t r a e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d to States

Feed
grain
program 2

Wheat
prograra 3

Wool a c t
prograni4

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

.

:
. .

.
".

..
.

...
...
.

Footnotes at end of table.

.

$457,553

Conservation
reserve
program

(6)

$8, 982
57,724
927,102
22, 669
4,467,016
3,324,226
8,873
2,889

$2,946,368

93.353
3, 808,672
3, 966,872
1,058,575
907,672
7,895,322 34,815,190 17,567,570
143,068
2,005,445
613,984 25. 667,731
7,604,962
156,991 60,063,487 20,042,009
5,460,789
56,063,078 13,827,541
9,372,854
717,761
115,239,244
6,878,792
415 40,395,743 148,548,329
7,057,141
1,611,621
465,839 27,489,278
4,445,641 34, n o . 967
404,244
2,330,844
1,144,190
1,621
65,178
1,236,063
1,136,420
2,448,798
547, 656
88
64,997
5,312,854
26,238,450 14,478, 596
7, 584,337
57,330,876 11,259,896
5,933,608 111, 970, 583 12,044,243
412,162
9,297,826 21,870,023 56,151, 496 17,499,908
6,277,952
1,216,402 52,324,807
6,233,195
65,614,335 41,180,291
562,277
297,841
13,764
315, 690
507, 653
9,916
619,796
505,99i
2, 683,564
2, 490.834 12,386,995
4,730,002
5, 769,597
3, 672, 072
4, 366,149
7,633,460
2,747,359
6,739,108 18,706,915 26,169,516
8,702,347 99,294,632
5, 068,798
38,257,892 18,763,845
5,931,976
6,170,928 23,135,908
7,608,275 63,132,685
2, 511, 567
615,196 16,171,456
3,761,067
4,326,741
9,350,907
2,182
70,094
3,410, 002 30, 567,136 10,227,223
1,305,410
22, 542,460 26, 696,106
4,738,183
1,036, 750
5,789, 673 38, 675, 576 19,782, 616
19,451,365 272,355,811 58,861,818 46, 521,076
484,978
3,837,063
1,367,729
132,800
886,840
7,165,239
2,078,823
4,835,654
723,891
651,791 43,184,024
2,805,206
1,000,488
1,828,356
148,456
26,788,699
6,798,893
440, 592
2,119,397
413,895
3,050,148
878,949
13,089

3,495
5,656
-7,014
2,675,618
675,815
591,142
1,766,346
769,979
404,147
22,582
35,274
39,729
14, 548
564,896
1,221,130
13,991
722,331
3,519,118
752,212
583,994
7,341
12,431
2,131,820
217,946
39,053
988,629
1,910, 532
195,601
1,369,618
338,494
2,763
2,325
3,590,777
112,194
20,631,908
3,380, 603
10, 700
482,047
500,302
404,469
299, 533
6,926,022

1,367, 646
8,548,427

216,345,343 856,185,888 832,232,098 726,484, 774

66,542,606

$5,876,782 $54,276,866 $19,089,078
73,051
880,228
2,249, 627 38,989,145
2,511,714
5, 056,945 82,880,879
1,235,533
. . 6,936,41,6 77,832,474
4,093,466
7,768,490
4.39,306
165,755
310,228
827,801

Total




Cotton
domestic
allotraent
program i

741,805
776,865
4,440,586
29,279,473
111
308,944

5,775
2, 595,838
533,228
5,891,473
15,320
87,449

1,299, 623
795, 682
1,194,926
734,517
8,427,178
1,935,900
1,463,301
716, 597
212,593
12,360
2,358,335
5,873,432
1,169,882
3,848, 534
3,142,833
3,470,286
121,278
62,929
1,429,454
2, 671,299
1,733,870
11,684,211
1,456,810
6,332, 516
886,274
1,494, 691
165
5,996,423
7,800,916
2,958,102
11,915,972
860,149
312,762
512.970
1, 699,075
303,784
2,426,797
496,763

121,801, 612

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 77.— Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968— Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of Agriculture—Continued
Cropland
adjustraent
prograni

States, territories, etc.

(7)

EraergenGreat
cy conserPlains
Cropland
conversion vation mea- conservasures 5
program
ation
prograni
(10)
(9)
(8)

$2, 928, 912
Alabaraa
Alaska
251, 091
Arizona
401,468
Arkansas
325, 057
California
1, 089,809
Colorado
228,822
Connecticut
81, 318
Delaware
District of Colurabia
Florida
......
. . . 1.291,854
4; 903, 650
Georgia
HawaU
124, 554
Idaho
3,160, 764
Illinois
2, 638, 340
Indiana
. . ..
3, 677, 634
Iowa
1, 661,806
Kansas
.
2,403,214
Kentucky
. ..
195,213
Louisana
60, 047
Maine
248, 701
Maryl a n d .
Massachusetts
69,881
4, 879, 572
Michigan
4, 914,833
Mhinesota
883, 074
Mississippi
4.189, 987
Missouri
340, 563
Montana
..
..
4, 032, 399
Nebraska
Nevada
New Harapshire
.
2,447
N e w Jersey
203,161
3,122, 096
N e w Mexico
1, 296, 963
N e w York
2, 423,242
N o r t h Carolhia
2, 381, 350
North Dakota
3, 667, 748
Ohio.. . ... .:.
1,297,823
Oklahoma
111,832
Oregon
Pennsylvania
1, 911, 520
357
R h o d e Island
2, 434, 653
S o u t h Carolina
2,471.849
South Dakota
2, 329, 065
T'ennessee
8,160,849
Texas
73, 944
Utah. .
29, 365
Vermont
1,142, 644
Virgina
. ..
213,455
Washington
101, 749
West Virginia
5,121,838
Wisconshi
100,452
Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
t o States

91,494
12,810

83, 380,965

3,128,970

5, 403,016

Sugar A c t
program

(11)

(12)

$66,757

37, 944
611,478
1,161, 660
131, 543
-1,330
29, 738
-30
76, 616
69
27,113

Indemnity
pa:rraents
to dairy
farniers

Total

Footnotes at end of table.

323H147—60-

-19




$941
133, 214

8,882
3,824
18, 997
113, 705

240, 938
20, 574

62,497
189,108

305,900
193,975

11,359
47,970
128,489
178, 292
95, 516
108,104
18,404
26,908

9,406
15, 392
-372
228,462
56, 334
71, 051
31,315

261
61, 903
161,484
55, 926
164,173
3,383
185, 014

762
-409
22,810
- 2 , 545
679, 067
776, 382
281,153
56,834

196, 752
29,808
n o , 216
130, 035
59, 316
57, 596
8,096
7,223

138,526

58, 307
187,443
77,271
367,807
3,243
638
13, 692
4,269

..

282

$1,405,445

9 891 995
4,892,834

10, 746,804
6, 666, 610
14,448

6, 687, 622

16, 411
890, 748

1, 020, 708

10,431, 622
198, 589
2,850, 019
3,242,993
930
668,814
1, 491,899

4,901
335

716,189
7," 822'

5, 030
1,102
6,043
58, 586
-2,256

$440,901

$8,133
2,122

743,114

2, 374, 657
2,133, 080

166 959
127, 657
1, 997, 324
1, 075,451

1,116, 333

1, 093,826

618, 364
3, 916, 214

212,003

1 360 143
1, 048, 681
2,422, 783

27, 600
157,596

11,854, 676

2, 023, 464
11, 032, 970
47

264,128,

83,828, 636

284

19 68 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY

TABLE 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968—Continued
Atomic
Energy
Comraission

Grants,
fellowships, and
other aid 6

Econoraic
Development Administration 7

Air Force
National
Guard

Array
National
Guard

CivU
defense s

(13)

States, territories, etc.

Departmejit of
Comraerce

Funds Appropriated
tothe
President

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

$55, 749
49,302
19,355
39,992
431,488
100,941
no, 109
21,405
410,146
118,598
196,411
14, 534
20,800
166, 687
82, 653
117,908
48,469
108,094
74,295
38, 658
106.992
313, 625
203, 791
152,542
120, 031
150,247
115, 322
34,400
31, 010
122,027
66, 323
53,716
109, 087
118,274
33,832
17, 041
78,316
63,462
284.993
34,750
48, 729
68, 971
102,272
170,661
140,699
77,244
18,821
44,649
127,026
281,302
32,274
579

$137,615
7,650
82,000
115, 046
367, 337
52,695
14, 009
2,556
8,277
152,700
119,149
12, 090
11,718
108,264
77,800
68, 626
47,275
106, 603
189,980
23,887
62, 000
33, 345
146, 000
35, 000
162,992
128,461
27, 608
40, 662
16,618
8,128
86,204
70,860
217,800
13,760
27,329
no, 990
111, 289
62,807
83,990
6,675
89, 049
16, 792
85,795
500,943
27,556
9.289
185,000
62, 500
69, 000
66, 000
12,646
4.780

Department of Defense

Office of
Economic
Opportmiity
Job Corps 7

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona.
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Colurabia. _
Florida...
Georgia
HawaU
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine.Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoraa
Oregon
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island.
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Vhginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoraing
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands
Other territories, etc. o..
Adjustraents or undistributed to States
TotalFootnotes at end of table.




$90,430
916
54,688
36,541
719, 504
84,192
44,880
2,638
137,900
202,712
196, 019
5,061
58, 647
1, 035,960
188, 508
463, 705
188,884
88, 044
79, 729
6,410
104,998
450,756
342, 668
126,674
64,097
222,387
29,578
20,477
10, 386
2,460
98, 085
119,900
1,214, 638
149,972
25,192
192,979
38, 392
93,497
309, 929
8,967
123,511
36, 613
699,239
266,881
97,278
4,292
252,683
388,300
67, 646
211,295
67, 111
1, 378,988

$6, 708
10,396
3,330
11, 613
21, 668
3,237

6,265
25, 609
5,314
10, 732
10,000
26,816
13, 352
4,145
3,100
5,283
28,289
11, 000
3,600
10,141
3,018
1,861
9,552
6,862
17,150
14, 628
2,801
14,982
21,967
4,200
19, 766
4,060
210
8,400
14,149
6,103
3,588
11, 043
9,053
7,205
9,944

$4, 023, 726
1, 629,216
3, 709,593
2,879,843
9,811, 285
4, 229, 639
2,454, 762
2, 013, 000
2,496,773
2, 015, 501
5, 784,248
4,860,230
2, 077,818
5, 590,848
3, 703,114
3,802,164
2,861,273
1,434,609
2,254,680
1,949, 722
2, 560, 786
4,491,102
4,854, 768
3, 944,479
3,906,587
6, 611,860
2,139, 636
1, 673,103
1,269, 631
1, 586, 004
5, 625, 601
1,402, 393
9, 752,261
1,953,505
2,100, 378
8,922,730
3,738, 689
2,466,152
7, 598,715
1, 674, 010
2,225, 033
2, n o . 988
5.847.291
6. 511.495
2. 239. 334
2. 094. 375
1, 647.417
3, 324,848
2, 783, 555
4,793,177
1,442,710
2,745, 773

$8,144,195
2, 322,218
2, 026, 906
4,441,466
18,194, 714
2,192, 028
5, 335, 280
2, 373,879
1, 271,814
5, 333,884
6, 671,496
7.132, 708
2,859,719
9,492,595
6,244, 002
5,128, 037
4,402, 330
3,406, 048
4, 328, 314
2,913,850
7, 056, 664
9, 625,106
8,207, 732
6, 012,487
7,115,099
7,118,787
2, 300, 025
3,203, 585
1,107, 639
1, 720, 709
11,164, 633
2,807,911
18,183,448
4,866,967
2,173,870
11, 695,820
4, 265, 032
3, 743,245
14,642, 019
2, 743, 769
4,960,474
2,453,927
5,251,167
12,172, 061
3, 364,870
- 2, 548,114
7,454, 536
6, 673,619
2,459,464
6, 608,495
1, 361, 389
3, 306,985

157,937
4,852 10 169,861,800 174,397, 667
10, 785,007

414,982

364,472, 010 465,782,697

1,769.843

95,738

7,465,164

4,351,642

285

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968—Continued
General
Services
Adrainistration
States, territories,
etc.
National
historical
grants

Department of Health. Education, and Welfare
Office of Education
Educacational
improvement for
the handicapped
(20)

(19)
Alabaraa.
Alaska
A.rizoiia
Arkansas.
California
Colorado.
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Colurabia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas...
Kentucky..
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan..
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska...
Nevada
New Hampshire...
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhodelsland
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia...
Washington..
West Vhginia
Wisconsin
,
Wyoming..
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands
Other territories,
etc.»
Adjustraents or
undistributed to
States...
Total.

$12,221

31,162

9,000
900
16, 000
1,054
9,250
2,000

13, 662
16, 862
46,744
2,000
13, 600
13, 430
13,974
9,000
29,375
38,600
20, 683
'28, 740
'34,"525'

Elementary and
secondary
educational activities 1
1

Foreign
language
and area
studies 1
2

Higher
educational activities 1
3

Libraries
and community
services i4

Research
and training 15

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24)

(25)

$316,804
20, 000
414, 230
268, 200
2, 966, 933
881,451
367,125
83,401

$606. 837
599
725.886
200,850
3,456,287
1,136,456
591, 699
32, 533

2,172,144
755, 899
403,359
117, 000
108,690
2,717, 939
484,803
342, 911
718, 687
482,138
268,813
106, 225
789, 055
2,229,456
2, 629,039
628,229
173, 479
679,413
208, 701
153,273
29, 200
40, 575
391,118
375, 246
3,605,577
229, 407
180,105
818,468
246, 756
903, 961
1, 080, 572
150,400
n o , 273
90,189
883, 606
1, 031, 563
340, 956
80, 008
361,916
168,476
162, 200
496,745
48, 000

1,776,140
796,899
1,732, 494
270,171
56,178
1,800, 000
1, 063, 089
678,781
822,669
856, 616
692, 853
239, 829
298, 604
1,222,473
2. 009,115
698.368
545, 046
601, 239
169, 789
628, 080
43,485
157,356
613, 523
119, 566
2, 561, 966
828,848
179, 772
1,186, 242
184,759
1,227,429
1, 081,137
132.369
234,497
236. 723
859.982
787.183
259,126
82,662
497,185
1, 081.509
262.830
1, 037, 536
62,250

81,000

246,176

376, 672 33, 370, 714 37, 673,491

Footnotes at end of table.




$375,768
456, 530
$42,389
i„ 224,937
294,399
4,831,018
1, 652, 260 32, 248,555 $1, 344,345
32,721
131,962
4, 648, 230
922,114
29,000
4,302,112
683,092

$47, 034
10,123
216,417
1, 513,398
11,462,826
1, 505, 919
296, 871
51,930

2,302, 584
9,376, 951
7,760,236
1, 514, 963
1, 283, 638
14,757,606
12, 099, 945
6,443, 557
6, 361,230
5,707,859
6, 049,437
1,419, 516
4, 774,463
15, 213, 585
12,790, 992
7, 621, 292
7,270, 422
8, 093, 357
2,756,331
2,725, 988
431,351
1, 972, 689
6,461, 908
2,746,770
33,423,102
11,812,460
2, 088,388
16,499, 847
5, 674,873
7, 675,320
20,132,423
2, 242, 629
3,479,318
1, 777, 222
8, 528, 519
21, 073, 932
3, 508, 984
1,176, 973
5, 059,875
6,181, 645
4, 616, 514
8, 285,334
986, 797

2, 030,988
1,913,512
2,896,829
198, 972
33, 429
3, 791,343
1,737,767
1, 655,433
103,958
229,869
230, 674
20,374
466,403
5,830,172
3, 709,137
2, 019, 704
94, 728
3,398, 972
7,000
359,866
35,367
52,386
262, 608
1, 726,468
8,837, 436
2,126, 259
125,850
3, 678,339
168, 873
3, 603, 548
4, 099, 600
353, 670
70,880

151,687
137, 000
57,492
3,313
1,334, 090
1, 077, 693
26,153
131, 445
85, 989
57, 698
7,517
1,241, 679
1,194,459
63,322
62, 688
1,620
1,955
8,750
920, 535
60, 300
1, 649, 660
68, 628
486, 558
1,614
38, 633
1, 015, 643
20,199
8,494
31,518
251,689
88, 003
20, 285
62,829
234, 770
6,600
1, 012, 798

420,153
349,933
109, 551
,230,883
, 098, 596
.551, 780
24, 960
213,341
:163, 290
191,102
300, 402
254,348
638,154
390,319
24, 960

^:24,882
1, ].07,163
87,360
^64,105
116,623
80,817
488,279
7,028
202, 795
413, 751
28, 670
230, 775
412,464

1, 918, 071

14,581,609 365,849,038 I 10,930,791

218, 350
3, 038, 759
140, 066
18, 057
1,388, Oil
415,463
1,872, 507
2, 542, 066
24, 507

115,408

10, 647,126

286

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968— Continued
D e p a r t r a e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d Welfare—Continued
P u b l i c H e a l t h Service
States, territories, etc.

Ah
poUution

(28)
Alabaraa
^^.
Alaska
.
Arizona
Arkansas
California Colorado
Connecticut
..
Delaware
. ...
District of Colurabia
.....
Florida
. . .
Georgia
Hawaii
.
Idaho
.i.
Illinois
-.
Indiana
I o w a -_
.Kansas
Kentucky _
..
Louisiana
Maine _
Maryland
.Massachusetts
Michigan
..
Minnesota
Mississippi
L.
Missouri
.
..
Montana
....
Nebraska
Nevada
!..
New Hampshhe
New Jersey.
N e w Mexico
..
New York
N o r t h Carolina. .
..
North Dakota
..
Ohio
Oklahoma .
..
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
.
S o u t h Carolina
South D a k o t a
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
...
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin Islands
O t h e r territories, etc.^
A d j u s t m e n t s or u n d i s t r i b - ^
u t e d to States i6
Total

Footnotes at end of table;




AUergy
a n d infectious disease activities

Arthritis
a n d nietaboUc
disease
activities

ChUd
health and
h u r a a n developraent 5

Chronic
disease

Communicable disease activities 5

(27)

(28)

(29)

(30)

(31)

$292, 064

$1,088, 718

$214,345

$439,148

$1,247

152,216
67,834
7,870, 740
1,288,523
1, 012, 093
12, 233
799, 443
914, 710
446, 373
315,496
1,977
3, 377, 512
647, 883
366, 091
658,448
162,482
745, 749

69,676
428,023
9, 742,466
1,116,192
1, 503, 061

-15
76,467
6,242,778
1,127, 693
1, 209, 752

77,244
103, n o
2,186,469
351, 528
314,844

-2,585
446
139,048

907, 369
1, 621, 245
826,101
144,935

231,998
1, 086, 633
462,404
297,986

10, 062
111, 282
13,017

2, 381,151
4,824, 350
1,407,214
1, 673,839
281,366
788,602
239, 261
136,436

4, 058.184
952,496
785,129
648, 751
663,883
575,782
14, 630
2,749,816
14,009, 626
2, 637, 573
3.276,937
193, 788
3, 002,424
64.312
282,913

133, 390
588, 646
94, 077
7, 047, 892
1,143,088
34, 807
1,306, 262
439, 995
363,178
4, 070,661
26, 541
5,763
72, 656
718,640
1,299, 565
206, 331
74, 296
288,844
1,419, 756
66,041
1, 890,861
5,226
141,661

303,161
611,411
294, 006
17, 231, 815
2. 786. 487
61. 988
2, 783, 074
865, 740
1, 214,142
5, 621,676
129, 271
232,185
86,199
2,132.235
2, 714.159
1,178.219
268.089
626, 067
3,566,968
502, 376
2, 038, 352
12,446
247,945

2,222, 484
612,992
664,396
994,425
249,289
216,235
345, 520
1, 644,118
3, 314, 551
1, 780,985
881. 886
15, 388
777, 748
24.289
780.058
-6.476
77. 501
747. 512
264.653
6. 092. 237
1, o n , 922
-182
1, 716. 232
186, 795
361,627
3.208.583
417. 657
3.428
1,825
782, 681
716.232
175.329
n o , 233
327,140
1,149, 574
66,807
920,311

410,457
386, 340
626,208
34,294
82, 534
912,941
200, 866
197, 379
116, 029
557,395
177,781
2,210
310, 030
945, 658
681, 556
531,399
97,894
752,441
34,617
65, 981

106, 050

1,138,689

1,690,199

-61,168
9, 642, 453

63,289,764

$3,518
69,789
17,993
2,270,298
160,446
210, 311
36,494
391, 507
300, 692
116, 238
19, 907
407, 391
10,679
30, 088
157,804
40, 047
129, 588
166,274
398, 969
197,347
86, 988
7,810
50, 262
4,960
104, 784
6,353
1, 071,178
182,158
340, 291
167, 088
1,166, 571
4,580
12, 810
1,116
38, 015
' 256,692
264, 882
7,453
402, 689
185,169
69,496

24,298

278,632
44, 216
65,110
60,662
49, 068
45 496
89,220
122,723
—68
23 294
9 132

88,958
328.123
21,946
3, 734, 016
193, 040
4,880
735,145
187,973
168, 703
979, 546
17,493
86,269
3,360
483.124
714, 746
152,850
53,378
165,176
599,042

21,057

281, 885
13, 295
131,724

884,290

2,184

-123,873

-5,382
44,703,891

19, 626, 888

n o , 511
33,302
6,244
34,373
17,976
62,775

3,212
91,701
13,008
69,323
10,683
50,092
129,688

- 1 7 , 221

98,326,346

64, 593

11,349
278,704

2,051 724

287

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 7 7 . — Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the Staies, fiscal year 1968— Continued
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare—Conthiued
Public Health Service—Continued

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
C alifornia.
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Colmnbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland.
Massachusetts
Michigan
M innesot a
Mississippi..
Missouri
Montan a
Nebraska
Nevada..
New Hanipshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio....
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhodelsland
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee..
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virghiia
Washington
West Virghiia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands
Other territories, etc. ^
Adjustments or undistributed
to States 16
Total.
Footnotes at end of table.




Construction

(32)

States, territories, etc.

Comprehensive
heaUh
planning
and
services

$121,635
4,680
79, 579
117,867
489,904
105,454
no, 308
236,493
473, 919
271, 054
25, 542
18,996
166, 623
186, 681
132,991
161,115
221, 223
20, 713
136, 303
323, 267
95, 911
196, 398
38, 601
58, 728
64, 992
11,862
17,854
44,158
115, 742
969, 508
144,467
465, 615
216, 547
256,483
211,329
104,148
48, 702
65, 000
236, 345
200, 664
30,896
64,759
351,771
219, 084
21,011
41, 373
7,870
40, 588

Environmental
health
services

General
medical
sciences

(33)

(34)

(35)

$15, 633

$31,851
36,407
51,862
11,010
885, 568
13, 208
17, 261

Hospital

1, 078, 069
""90," 339'

'"76,'998"

49, 314
427, 056
207, 564

503, 796
418, 408
258,542
32,424
61, 347
119, 557

201,880
202, 290
111, 398
11, 376
44,180
150, 549

124,145
348, 689
176, 009
17, 769

120,409
927, 570
230, 084
17, 026
- 3 , 205
854,100

494,530

'"52,'i4i'

2,376
254, 932

218,889
283,162

1, 524, 679
951, 556

121, 249

1, 001, 298
91,124
913, 937
249,100
77, 676
68,312

12, 624
79,879

442,287

45,140

102,207
152,747
11, 610
13,255
91, 095
98,817
130,806
147, 028

G eneral
re search

md
sei.-vices 5
(36)

$357,894 $1, 577,419
364,412
301, 687
2,439
119, 030
•}06, 075
16, 738, 576 8, ol4, 645
1, 609,490 1, .J23, 607
3, 394, 507
i'93, 715
64,417
-544
592, 568
648,439
1, 672,135 1, 345,485
1,283, 351 2, 399,824
945, 853
187,925
-625
7,811,103
2, 189,478
353, 363
2,834,029
283,220
2, 290, 543
1,290, 752 -163,075
826,481
178,979
975, 555 2, 238, 956
136,880
88,276
4, 601, 700 2, 373,483
12, 948, 064 3, 390, 285
3,833,177
1, 305,128
2, 651, 906 1, 348, 093
352, 360
226, 774
1, 672, 356 1, 375, 073
95, 222
155, 223
--13,434
1,020
7,989
615, 257
-10,254
1,440, 621
186,160
94, 534
15,249,880
6,'273, 553
4, 640, 610 1, 502, 336
175,535
3, 640,458 2, L20, 503
584, 037
427, 727
1,423,265
3,'309,126
6,849, 675 2, 564, 229
1,265
779, 088
-244
103,132
29,436
1,413, 385 2,079,231
4, 300, 593 3, L36,858
1, 007,128
1,296, 741
216,900
-82,148
772,932
1^30, 322
3,751,-869
2, L82, 555
53, 047
-2,410
4,496, 369 1, !)10, 094
52, 090
25,194
320, 792

,521

1,828, 342

";ioi,'306

- 2 1 , 793

97, 676

-43,923

5, 087, 562 10, 568, 989 123,497, 746 63, 928,940

General
research
support
grants 5
(37)
$278,237
18, 541
15,486
102,230
4, 693, 083
1,066,242
616,961
- 9 , 662
523, 745
998, 757
308, 937
117, 538
2, 073, 463
920, 632
689,162
558,910
448, 211
677,161
213,794
1,131, 365
2,922, 034
1, 609,951
1,209,867
381, 520
1,462,436
22,440
419,180
3,122
48, 550
657,824
69,139
5,451,997
1, 019,196
45, 556
1,418, 641
617, 388
796,834
2,290, 733
143,937
55, 311
31,184
821, 625
910,462
497, 005
89,482
1, 000,220
784,317
116, 393
771.319
202,141

288

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within ihe States, fiscal year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d Welfare—Continued
P u b l i c H e a l t h Se i-vice—Continued
States, territories, e t c .
Injmy
control 5

TotaL

Footnotes at end of table.




National
Heart
Institute 5

National
Institute
of D e n t a l
Research 5

National
Library
of
Medicine

Neurology
and
bhndness
activities

(38)
Alabaraa. .
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of C o l u m b i a . .
Florida
Georgia..
HawaU...
Idaho...
Illinois....
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas..
Kentucky
Louisiana...
Maine..
Maryland.
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi..
Missouri
Montana..
Nebraska. .
Nevada.
N e w Harapshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
New York..
North Carolina.
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma..
Oregon
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island
S o u t h Carolina
. . •
South Dakota
Temiessee
Texas...
Utah
Verraont.
Virginia
Washington
West Virghiia
Wisconsin...
Wyoming.
Puerto Rico.
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc.«
A d j u s t n i e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
t o States 16,

National
Cancer
Institute»
(39)

(40)

(41)

(42)

(43)

$203, 603

$1,807, 621

$1, 051, 815

$35, 781

$136,907

45,166
37, 492
8, 450,875
686,424
3,483, 518
64, 602
666, 847
1,112, 773
373, 559
79, 510
-135
2, 472, 232
764, 095
204, 636
477, 740
389,184
1, 308,197
649,395
1. 952, 876
7, 638, 062
1,815, 750
1, 265, 781
78, 421
2, 047,402
12, 417
134,167

209, 716
155, 713
13, 737, 971
1, 048, 566
988,469
26, 476
2,138, 961
1, 686, 602
1, 372, 875
75, 471
459
5,498, 287
2, 370, 765
880,424
267, 651
1, 014, 618
1,807,475
82, 068
2, 734, 733
9. 234, 238
2, 698,272
4, 308, 254
999, 725
2,188,859
- 2 1 , 050
462,182
33, 317
355, 717
798, 625
342, 271
14, 352,163
3, 706, 316
23, 546
4,129, 043
1, 596,947
1, 695, 019
8,392,833
166, 097
384, 234
42,957
2,166, 722
7,103,467
812, 933
485, 620
2, 747,427
1. 847, 832
148, 237
1, 208, 486

81,462
-740
788, 739
91, 499
102, 073

23, 842
24,646
541, 296
30, 900
161, 067

93, 236
263, 209
• 263,125
50, 419

129, 241
94, 753
31, 965
28, 613
1,873
134, 749
39,495
40, 015
34, 266
46, 082
137, 882
688
235,958
784,192
231. 020
134, 692
15. 557
132, 713
1,758
57,997
1,254
16. 783
18. 812
70, 999
639,850
49, 726
489
158, 281
27,203
36. 569

104, 809
140, 390
9, 313, 273
644, 264
1. 608, 621
585
504, 553
3, 000, 898
508,106

$3. 051
223,174

11, 531

25, 679
33,852
10, 512
31,489
38, 416
59, 621
67, 990
1,645

38, 981
34, 787
209, 987
26, 809
i04, 553
28, 514
46, 962
1,750
- 1 , 014

3,090

117, 955
834, 690
169, 295
17, 644, 797
1, 239, 929
1,126, 289
481, 241
1, 066, 234
7, 771,136
411, 757
18, 094
8,816
1, 252, 755
6, 382, 820
623,140
150, 734
553, 582
1. 221, 719
100, 638
3, 207, 287

1, 506, 491
363, 297
247, 013
57, 029
192, 779
- 4 , 002
273, 388
1, 867, 360
576, 269
445. 067
130, 217 •
68,912
54,408
2, 561, 830
620,191
389, 204
- 5 , 272
184, 279
2, 922, 506
36,140
12, 557
86, 371
446, 966
88, 516
272, 834
552, 261
6,120
239,179

no, 550
4,137, 289
887, 623
1, 382, 868
763, 849
239,168
822, 601
28, 532
3, 290, 434
7, 866, 837
2, 905,182
3, 026, 654
321, 896
3, 502, 501
24, 420
158, 366
19.468
166, 431
493, 209
108,819
14, 823, 919
1,502,087

2,864
9,795
12,917
68, 780
61, 654
9,572
17. 588
35, 269
53, 041
6,526
69. 511
732
800

1,976, 889
261, 696
1,107, 764
3, 620, 233
230,104
180, 387
7,211
830, 835
1, 206, 010
825,672
227,447
454,183
1, 691,181
201,171
1, 658, 020
9,272
288,410
1, 344, 644

216, o n

92, 410

- 7 , 767
992. 601

77, 633

822, 478

1.349, 720

179, 733

8,448

-19,316

- 8 5 , 879

-42,960

-242

- 8 8 , 007

81, 581, 870 111, 623, 484

17, 012, 509

4, 613,172

78, 578,231

289

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and primte institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968—Continued
D e p a r t m e n t of H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , and Welfaro—Continued
Welfare A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

P u b U c H e a l t h Service—Con.
s t a t e s , territories, etc.
Occupational
health 5

Total.

Footnotes at end of table.




Urban
and
industrial
health s

(44)
Alabaraa
Alaska.
Arizona .
_
.
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of C o l u m b i a
Florida
Georgia
HawaU
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
.
.
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.
Montana
Nebraska.
Nevada
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey
N e w Mexico
New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma..
Oregon
.
. .
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island
South Carolina.
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Verraont.
Vhginia.
Washington
West V i r g i n i a . .
Wisconsin
Wyoraing.
P u e r t o Rico
Virgin I s l a n d s .
O t h e r territories, etc.^
A d j u s t r a e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
t o S t a t e s 16

Radiological
health s
(45)

(46)

$21,970
$12,373
130,911
28,906

70,381
149,476
120,268
- 5 , 264

60,452
8,587
37, 977

16, 590
261,848
-790

2,847

147, 221
207,452
13,746
44,245
-1,951
4,843
44, 760
46,393
258,317
-11,408
32, 054

14, 672
37, 790
181, 662
39, 670

106, 726

$110,870
6,276
39,975
1,100,168
126, 445
-19,333
18, 857

no, 890

113,473
98, 671
263,994
505, 688
45, 762
183,777
33,856
20, 706
26,917
135
140, 759
602, 499
289,956
171, 700
38, 740
98, 760
51, 726
22,206

-8,851
6,655
716,854
3,009
24, 891
32, 579
11, 629
80,169

17,840
25, 794
4,491
4,889
- 7 , 553
64,468

26, 039
10,149
627,059
44,013
45,398
91,091
79,255
-19,220
295,435
2,747
60,101
243,837
76, 032
992
79,175
1,153

19, 721
257, 090
11,610
918,448
192,329
132, 976
101,816
238, 726
678, 660
17,657
32,292
15,333
37,322
161,867
44, 607
1,750
- 3 7 , 097
210,376
47,435
321,414

Vocational
RehabUitation
Adrainistration
(47)
$130,333
75.238
32, 960
203,047
641.851
122, 703
126,969
148,877
278,684
295, 588
233, 227
3,464
12,171
260, 785
9,000
68, 636
59,734
82, 644
44,956
6,378
140,246
303,496
453, 013

170, o n
58, 611
234.708
17,400
272,024
10, 702
10,134
146.682
22.433
702. 209
328.852
8.776
427, 688
82,023
105,140
522, 806
14, 765
143,071
40, 410
1.31,495
310, 553
25, 089
135, 878
120,185
53,375
329,263
9,009

A i d for
rejugees
hi t h e
Lnited
States
(48)

A i d for
repatriated
U.S.
nationals
(49)

$6,243
$212
2,1)03.658
63.830
343.961
11, 613
29, 891
34,392,158
82, 506
1, i')20, 593
64,474
21,368
46.829
8.149
554,069
1,561
85,936
j;61, 628
243,470
37,003
674
16, 878
20,000
203,600
661
3.720,852
7,854
2, ii09,540
11,635

36.002
1.907
35
268. 623
31,821
1,466
223
974
2,052
4.391
50
70
2.641
3,533
185

30
95,143
75
37

33.'98i"
26.137
70. 500
93.609

1,903

8,136
486
1,275
43,088

25,346

60, 781
16. 738

391
1,990

2

13,231
720

-7,826
9,450

120, 606

46,265

- 7 , 213

-392

-14,029

1, 543, 799

3, 300, 492

7, 630, 015

8,043

8.175.323

46.'537. 396

479. 821

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TABLE 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the Staies, fiscal year 1968—Continued
Departm e n t of
Health,
Education,
a n d Welfare—Con.

s t a t e s , territories, etc.

Welfare
Adrainistration—
Continued
Children's
Bmeau
Maternal
a n d child
health and
welfare
services 5
(50). 17

Alabama
..
$95,533
Alaska
Arizona
.
..
19,577
Arkansas
California
1,357,180
Colorado
. .
...
153,663
Connecticut
..
138,171
Delaware
.11,366
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
380,854
Florida
358,847
Georgia
.58,512
Hawaii
. . .
9,870
Idaho
Illinois
..
566,999
Indiana
.
-12,087
Iowa
..
132, 065
Kansas
..
22, 504
Kentucky
90,360
Louisiana
302,127
Maine . . .
..
Maryland
658,931
Massachusetts
- .
660,333
Michigan
..
. _ .
141,005
Minnesota .
80, 969
Mississippi
..
70,869
Missouri
161,891
Montana
Nebraska
59,054
Nevada
..
New Hampshire
N e w Jersey
. .
39,493
N e w Mexico
. . .
New York
. . 1,479,359
N o r t h Carolina
420, 674
North Dakota
Ohio..
...
323,154
Oklahoraa
5,916
Oregon
. .
131,955
Pennsvlvania
302, 567
Rhodelsland
..
S o u t h Carolina
. .
South D a k o t a . .
. . .
7, 706
Tennessee
...
678, 728
Texas
.
202,085
Utah
96,902
Verraont
...
Virginia
. .
14,459
Washington
..
213, 758
West Virginia
...
11, 526
Wisconsin
52,828
Wyoraing
. _
PuertoRico.
. _
113,944
Virgin I s l a n d s
O t h e r territories, etc ^
A d j u s t r a e n t s or u n d i s t r i b u t e d
to States
14, 208,741

D e p a r t m e n t of t h e
Interior
Coramercial
fisheries

Footnotes at end of table.




23,822,368

D e p a r t m e n t of L a b o r

Federal
Water
Pollution
Control
A d r a i n stration

ManageManpower
m e n t invesdeveloptigations,
L a w enment and
promotion,
Water
forceraent
training
a n d develsupply
assistance 5
activities
o p m e n t of a n d poUuAraerican tion control
fisheries

(51)

(52)

(63)

$1,645
230,883
24,248
37, 684
744,155
19, 277
31, 699

$19,948

(54)

500

$5,900
9,144
18,014
4,325
5,050
4,504
4,726

4,560
3,783
9,410
12, 729

4,331
5,378
5,400
4.580
13, 098.
4,500

...

Total

Departm e n t of
Justice

4,200

19,230

$4,051,641
721,981
2, 253, 568
2, 209,569
29,054,375
2, 290,000
4, 041,687
835,937
3,172,999
3, 528, 769
3,974,263
486,162
501, 764
16,459,836
3,836, 266
2,984,824
2,005, 219
5, 534,666
3,874,469
1, 241, 673
2,865,154
6,522, 653
9,860,184
5,242,849
6,039,676
6, 081,432
869,562
1,230, 267
605, 040
672,291
11,307, 412
905,200
24,938, 748
3, 562,184
1, 298, 687
11,822,387
2,139, 288
1, 693,973
12, 312,102
1, 012, 644
1, 514, 631
892,936
3, 384, 788
8, 607, 521
1,415,955
271,855
2, 580, 567
3, 299, 670
1,436. 262
4,843. 456
524.843
1, 047,324
12, 000
619,372

8, 068, 788

1,994,147 240, 281. 735

52, 414
646,305
38,053
444, 690
127, 592
104,709
30, 460
29,781
23,623
91,094
151,533
462,315
689, 700
281,742
121,146
121,883
77,427
64,423
163, 580
82,177
697,858
25, 745
247,006
73,407
239,655
382,301
45,348
41,058
170,871
504,458
89, 742
53,366
402, 597
6,500
178,902
15,236

13,622
284,940

99,871
106,840
13,586
117,642
52,000
10,441
116,870
11,000
217,353
19,194
17, 713

16,203
77, 520
23,509
48,380
13,902
48.417
39, 668

29,807
21, 522
47,300
34,800
- 6 , 670

499, 769
142,862

Uneraploym e n t compensation
for Federal
eraployees
a n d exserviceraen

(55)
$2,518.880
1, 576.464
1,432, 691
794,961
23.082.972
1.138,614
755 709
202,072
2,486.728
964. 666
1,856, 068
1, 652,676
668 707
2, 777,824
918,972
680, 546
661,823
2, 523,804
1, 509,327
350,190
1 160 67*^
3,633,873
3,812,127
1,626,386
538,014
2, 035,989
688,044
315, 645
433 678
97,815
3, 649,110
1,351,696
6,852, 522
1,170, 659
443,538
2, 583, 759
1, 217,990
1, 558, 707
7, 278, 546
714, 871
836,480
336,625
3, 299, 626
2,916, 716
1,933,887
130 628
725, 397
3, 251,075
1, 340 859
2 220 048
207 909
1,185,989
7,075

5, 769,156
106,897,341

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 77.—Federal grants in aid payments to individuals and private institutions
within the States, fiscal year 1968—Continued

States, territories, etc.

National
Foundation on
the Arts
and the
Huraanities
(56)

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida...
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois. _
Indiana
Iowa..
Kansas
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland.
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi
Missouri..
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota.
Ohio...
Oklahoma _
Oregon.
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South D a k o t a . . .
Tennessee.
Texas
Utah.
Vermont
Virginia _.
Washington
WestVh'ginia
Wisconsin...
Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Vhgin Islands.
Other territories, etc ^
Adjustments or undistributed to S t a t e s . .
Total.

National
Science
Foundation

Veterans'
Administration i

Research
grants and
fellowship
awards

AutoraobUes
etc., for
disabled
veterans

Readjustment
benefits
and vocational rehabUitation

Miscellaneous

Total

(57)

(58)

(59)

(6i))

(61)

$11,723 $1,343, 237
1,319,226
14,130
5, 607,475
26, 630
984,784
20, 520
1, 260,809 48,275,189
8,009, 595
97,850
8,254, 627
257,104
644,944
24,327
7,988,860
752,200
9,105, 977
72,240
35, 958 4,089,678
2,472,557
87,485
483,266
259,080 23, 369, 902
204,919 13,524,118
4, 996,151
69,387
25, 070 3,949,254
1,411,162
28,090
3,972, 269
178,630
845, 732
14,390
6,803,178
122,157
834,717 33,357,412
225, 875 15, 580,722
5,304, 001
117,946
945, 973
11,370
5,672,865
38,675
992,570
6,572
1,331,176
10, 600
822, 244
10, 690
1, 652, 614
20,800
96,887 10, 681,806
2,403,341
17, 560
3, 317,478 42,999,109
122,460 11, 666,331
790, 731
21,817
160,501 10, 736,436
2,857,514
7,555
8,498,896
17,780
202,486 17, 905,788
4,103,836
158, 000
1,273,049
17.140
1,191,325
12, 735
3,856,385
83,025
132,260 10,765,022
3,226, 687
19, 383
796,098
15.960
4,178,385
106,743
9,026,562
90, 600
679,796
13,920
9,481,830
163, 054
592,190
16,620
1.753
439, 514

$92,800

$7, 908,
364
6,222,
3,505,
65, 913,
8,343,
9,404
642
17,118,
19,443,
8,437,
1.989:
1.625,
36,409,
7,292,
3, 628,
4,354,
4,440,
6,664,
1,302:
8,087:
12, 562,
14,891,
9,613,
2,i
8,874,
1,<
3,630;
868,
1,134,
10,241
3,174,
33,297,
6,864,
1,458,
27,288,
7, 604,
5,832,
34,424,

19 $32), 250

27,604

9,680,781 381,288.990

Fc^oitno-tes on following pa^e.




15,844

2, no,
3,489,
1,218,
6,984,
25, 659,
3,483,
533,
6,813,
9, 683,
2, 614
9,956;
660,
3,964
4.014.380

3.467.763 489,440,646

25 92i), 247

$123,757, 667
9,449,109
73, 092,146
119,086,242
458,342,254
104,133,886
54,332,500
9,628,119
54,927,255
124,212,358
129,714,865
34,716,249
48,804, 506
255,718,474
145, 694,380
172,016,009
241,859,112
74,113,079
95,958,831
14,709,197
67,021,225
173,785,894
162,861,178
156,911,175
165, 723,633
183,526,539
83,220,280
143,841,594
7,876,808
12,002,771
77,800,349
52,458, 942
334, 772, 249
126,582,374
142,386,308
193,105, o n
144,032,186
74,906,375
197,197,709
18,250, 651
74,050, 583
78, 625,516
126,192, 514
571,092,029
38,915,890
10,922,597
56,467, 625
115,317,753
24,461,547
113,639,534
20,631,676
27,721,113
32,211
18,402,329

20 79.), 212

47,543

39, 661
73,600
376,497
72,744
62,685
9,600
71,980
172, 644
124,218
11, 200
12, 742
127,874
62,139
33,595
38,290
47,984
38,390
18, 995
33, 600
84,545
118, 032
38,400
54,395
45,602
11,195
22,400
4.800
20,800
88,395
35,880
209,095
81,236
19,095
146,891
86,240
36, 540
179,854
20,800
32, 000
12,800
103,798
180, 546
14,400
1,600
78,163
68,421
47, 710
63,868
3,200
32,000

368,823,227

201, 29!), 949

21 V, 950
19 12'', 279

22 20
19 25;i, 850
21 62(5,156
23 16:., 918
19 31, 625
23 110,780

24 47.'), 739
19 203,248
19 17:i, 956
19 263,450
"i'9"85,"762"
19 25!5,165
23 71,843
19 16'^ 423
'i9'26ii,'607'

6.62i), 429 6.505,726,615

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Footnotes to table 77
1 Consists of $244,335,421, acreage diversion payments and $610,860,447, price support payments.
2 Consists of $510,223,377 acreage diversion payments and $322,008,719 price support payraents.
3 Represents $726,490,895 vialue of wheat raarketing certUicates issued to producers and a net adjustment
of $6,121 for transactions under prior year wheat acreage diversion prograras.
4 Net of deductions made from producer payments for promotional and advertising programs.
5 Credit amounts (—) other than "Adjustments or undistributed to States" ai-e refunds of advances from
prior years.
6 On an accrual basis. Consists of: $500,362 equipnient grants; $3,593,356 student fellowships; $3,096,758
faculty training; and $3,594,531 materials, services, and other costs.
7 These grants adrainistered by the Departraent of Labor.
8 Includes $7,450,825 spent by Department of Health, Education, and Welfare for civil defense activities.
9 Includes American Saraoa, Guam, Trust Territory of the Pacific, and certain foreign countries.
1 On an obligations basis, i
0
1 Includes $11,734,738 previously reported under "defense educational activities."
1
1 Includes $12,564,154 previously reported under "defense educational activities."
2
1 Includes $61,010,523 previously reported under "defense educational activities."
3
1 Includes $6,587,582 formerly reported under "higher educational activities."
4
1 Includes $6,829,928 previously reported under "defense educational activities" and $7,594,770 for voca5
tional educational research.
1 Credit araounts (—) represent refmids which cannot be identUied by States.
6
1 Consists of: $3,395,512 maternal and child health services; $3,920,215 services for crippled children;
7
$2,720,176 child welfare research and demonstration "projects; $3,413,248 research projects maternal, child
health, and crippled children; $5,232,664 child welfare training grants; and $5,140,653 training of professional
persons for care of crippled children.
1 On an accrual basis.
8
1 Appalachian regional development program admhiistered by the Departraent of Agriculture.
9
20 Consists of $375,578 State raarine schools, Maritirae Adininistration, Departraent of Commerce and
$920,371 Northwest Pacific Railroad, Corps of Engineers.
21 Expenditmes for southeast hmricane disaster relief admhiistered by the Small Business Administration with transfers from Funds appropriated to the President.
22 Expenditures for international educational and cultural exchange, admhiistered by Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare with funds transferred from the Departraent of State.
23 State raarine schools. Maritime Adrainistration, Departraent of Coinmerce.
24 Consists of $302,864 State marine schools, Maritirae Adrainistration and $172,875 Appalachian regional
developraent adrainistered by the Department of Agriculture.
25 Consists of $788,904 research and training, and $137,343 for international educational and cultural exchange, Departraent of Health, Education, and Welfare.
NOTE.—Corapiled from figures furnished by the departraents and agencies, pursuant to Treasury Department Circular No. 1014, Aug. 8,1958 (see 1958 annual report exhibit 70, p. 381).

Costoms Operations
T A B L E 78.—Merchandise entries, fiscal years 1967 and 1968

Entries

1967

1968

Percentage
increase, or
decrease ( - )

Consumption free
Consumption dutiable...
Warehouse and rewarehouse.
Other formal

456,984
1,604,079
84,609
6,618

490,478
1,711,811
82,882
6,070

7.3
6.7
-2.1
-6.9

Total forraal entries...
Warehouse withdrawals
Appraisement
Drawback-..
Outbound-immediate transportation; transportation and exportation; etc.
MaU.
Inforraal
Passenger declarations-total
Crew declarations—totaL....
MUitary declarations—total.Passenger declarations—dutiable
Crew declarations—dutiable^
Military declarations-dutiable
Other inforraal
.

2,152,190
437,210
1,584
24,767

2,291,241
476,362
1,101
22,847

6.5
9.0
-30.5
-7.8

724,319
1,549,231
890,973
4,175,784
1,125,612
1,424,342
449,280
195,424
62,653
1,282,849

748,783
1,855,650
859,345
4,724,309
1,253,596
1,781,851
465,008
189,101
66,226
1,652,068

3.4
19.8
-3.6
13.1
11.4
25.1
3. 5
-3.2
6.8
21.0




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293

APPENDIX

T A B L E 79.—Carriers and persons arriving in ihe United Staies, fiscal years 1967
and 1968 i
T y p e of e n t r a n t

1987

Carriers arriving:
Vessels entering d h e c t from foreign ports
Vessels entering v i a U . S . p o r t s . .
Vessels reporting only frora foreign p o r t s :
Government
.'
Ferries
Other...
Coramercial planes
Commercial planes entering via U . S . ports
MUitary p l a n e s .
P r i v a t e planes
Autos, e m p t y trucks
Buses.
Trucks
O t h e r vehicles.
Passenger t r a i n s
F r e i g h t cars

51,189
2 (42,880)

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

.50,412
2 (.Q^ 121)

-1.6
-4.1

1,471
1,483
68,948
.54,473
42,261
43,808
142,233
11)7,819
2 (13^ 573)
2 (.g^ 341)
46,206
48,700
87.185
96.193
66.436,628
69,978,499
188.292
191,766
927,381
1,037,896
582,458
653,305
8,629 •
7.406
1,973,538
1,887,002

T o t a l carriers

-4.4
3; 7
18.0
20.4
5.4
10.3
6.3
L8
11.9
-5.0
-14.2
-4.4

60,543.308

Persons arriving:
Passengers arriving on:
Vessels entering d h e c t from foreign p o r t s .
Vessels entering via U . S . p o r t s . .
Vessels reporting only from foreign ports:
Government
Ferries
Other...
Comraercial p l a n e s .
Military p l a n e s .
Private planes...
Autos, e m p t y trucks
Buses
Trucks
Other vehicles
Passenger t r a i n s .
Pedestrians
T o t a l persons

1968

I

5.9

619,778
99.364
_.

64,1:18,762

6:?6,490
88.151

1.1
-1L3

383.524
1,253.684
96,455
6,913,686
1,325,586
283,787
149,194,151
3,831,639
268,080
1,374,334
374,544
36,010,733

343,896
1,222,728
99,717
8,3:1.7,948
l,6'/0.072
3:.1,989
159,055,691
3,865,189
233,010
903,010
328,908
36,739,390

-10.3
-2.6
3.4
20.3
26.0
9.9
6.6
.9
-13.1
-34.3
-12.2
2.0

202,029,245

213,806,189

5.8

1 Excludes P u e r t o Rico.
2 N o t included in totals, a h e a d y counted u n d e r entering direct frora foreign p o r t s .




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:

TABLE 80.—Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States, fiscal years
1967 and 1968
Ahcraft

A h c r a f t passengers

Regions a n d districts
1967

1968

7,707
474
9,105
1,956
2,755
354
4,501
26,852

169,672
3,682
708,611
6,195
15,733
8,494
499,116
1,410, 502

202,932
•4,200
944, o n
6,407
14, 906
10,409
694,199
1,877,064

20.8
8.2
17.8
12.5
-10.0
-13.0
3L8
15.9

19.6
14.1
33.2
23.3
-5.3
22.5
39.1
33.1

1967

1968

B o s t o n region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
>
Boston.
Bridgeport
Buffalo--.
Ogdensburg.P o r t l a n d , Maine
Providence
St. A l b a n s
T o t a l B o s t o n region

.

6,378
438
7,732
1,739
3,062
407
3,415
23,171

N e w Y o r k regional oflace

.

Percentage
increase, or
decreas ! e ( - )
Ahcraft

Passengers

53,312

61,763

2,626,888

3,021,968

16.8

15.0

B a l t i m o r e region:
D i s t r i c t oflaces:
Baltimore
Norfolk
Philadelphia
T o t a l B a l t i m o r e region

2,810
878
7,004
10,692

3,054
820
7,319
11,193

107,774
16,077
357,319
481,170

129,771
26,42
364,83
620,875

8.7
-6.6
4.6

20.4
4.36
52.11

M i a m i region:
D i s t r i c t oflices:
Charleston
Miami
Savaimah
Tampa
WUmington
T o t a l M i a m i region. _.:

1,659
53,861
374
3,295
570
59,759

2,145
61,421
252
3,072
441
67,331

57,222
1,194,160
8,574
30,428
12, 573
1.302.947

59,358
1,412,806
6,104
30,881
9,969
1,618,118

29.3
14.0
-32.6
-6.8
-22.6
12.7

3.7
18.3
-40.5
1.5
-20.7
16.5

270
2,005

3,939
91.776
95,716

5,847
107.633
113,480

-4.6
9.5

—48.4
17.3

2,276

268
2,195
2,453

7.8

18.6

2,410
250
2,232
11,544
13_
16,449

2.682
141
2,362
12.512
9
17.606

10.644
3.774
88. 281
149,924
25
252, 648

11.039
1,993
97,714
182,178
143
293,087

7.1
-43.6
5.8
8.4
-30.8

3.7
-47.2
10.7
2L6
72.0
16.0

Los Angeles region:
D i s t r i c t oflaces:
LosAngeles
Nogales
SanDiegoT o t a l L o s Angeles region

6,998
5,888
8,341
20,227

7,477
6,964
8,984
23.415

389,171
24,742
31,808
445,719

476,708
30,958
36,752
543.418

24.7
18.1
7.7
16.8

22.5
26.1
12.4

San Francisco region:
D i s t r i c t oflaces:
Anchorage
G r e a t FaUs
Honolulu
P o r t l a n d , Oregon
.
SanFrancisco
Seattle
,.
T o t a l S a n Francisco region

9,259
2,918
13,978
666
13,403
14,373
54,597

10, 605
3,175
15, 062
1,126
12,426
17,703
60,097

101,947
41,303
420,312
2,769
490,778
383,712
1,440,821

121,439
42,735
514, 533
3,691
620, 564
605,351
1,908,313

14.5
8.8
7.8
69.1
-7.3
23.2

19.1
3.5
22.4
33.3
26.4
57.8

6,967
7,342
7,241
7,294
464
1,328
4,223
282
35,141

9,545
8,577
9,123
7,948
460
1,306
4,733
331
12,012

256,972
52,279
69,702
22,171
2,735
5,622
51,268
6,900
466, 649

278,841
61,504
64,613
24,789
2,123
7,345
67,079
7,412
503,706

37.0
16.8
26.0
9.0
-3.0
-1.7
12.1
17.4
19.6

8.9
-L5
-7.3

276,623
37,049
312,672

312,712
41,764
354,466

1, 623,059 10,300,009
712,604
641,004
9,164,063 11,012,613

13.5
12.7

.

N e w Orleans region:
D i s t r i c t oflaces:
MobUe
N e w Orleans
T o t a l N e w Orleans region
H o u s t o n region:
D i s t r i c t oflaces:
El Paso
Galveston
Houston
.
Laredo—
PortArthm1
T o t a l H o u s t o n region.

Chicago region:
D i s t r i c t oflaces:
Chicago
Cleveland
.
Detroit
.
Duluth
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Pembina
St. Louis
.T o t a l Chicago region
T o t a l aU regions
San J u a n
Grand total




,

.

-

13.4

2L9

n.8

-22.4
30.6
30.8
7.4
7.9
20.8
11.2
20.2

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 81.—Seizures for violations of customs laws, fiscal years 1967 and 1968 ^
1968
1967 total

Seizures

Johit
Seizures seizures b y
(Justoms
b y other
a n d other
agencies
agencies

Seizures
by
Customs

Automobiles:
Nuraber
1,462
1,414
Value...
$1,464, 519 $1,421, 542
Trucks:
Nuraber
100
124
$322,940
Value
$238,474
Aircraft:
Number.
16
7
Value
$1,219,270 $2,151,659
Boats:
Number
82
48
Value
$46,998,060 $27,282,651
Narcotics:
Number
1,980
2,878
Value...
$1,130,251 $2,875, 671
Liquors:
Nuraber
10,641
8,425
GaUons
14,987
13,173
Value
$257,967
$252, 940
Prohibited articles (obscene, lottery, etc.):
10, 791
Number
11,085
Value
$1,064,749
$518, 502
Other siezures:
9,250
Number...
8,979
Value:
Cameras
Edibles and farm products
Fm-s—skins and raanufactmes.
Guns and ammunition
Jewelry, including gems.
Livestock.
Tobacco and raanufactures
Watches and parts
Wearing apparel
Miscellaneous

.

Total value of other seizures.

Total

281
$394,831

51
$60,218

1,794
$1,876,591

13
$24, 555

7
$4,410

144
$351,906

19
$4. 383
35
20
$447

7
$2,151,659
46
$27,282,651
2,974
77
$104,486 $2,984,440
62
234
$4,265

8,522
13,427
$257,652

19
$1,870

174
$2,688

10,984
$523,060

113

136

9,499

.

$49,695
253, 753
89,607
135,657
1,137, 754
31,275
43,387
339,142
181, 775
5,834,689

$122, 571
96,780 .
47,633
54,922
1,105,088
6,364
59, 756
207, 728
269,387
4,079,003

333 . . .
50
10,134
12,816
12
230
163
136,360

.

8, 096, 714

6,049,232

160,958

"24i'
8,916
4,175
75
25
334
8,204

$123,431
100,440
47, 966
55, 213
1,124,138
23.355
59.843
207,983
269.884
4,223, 567

25,630

6,235.820

$860
$3,660

Grand total:
186
31.344
449
31,979
Nuraber 2...
32,685
1.875. 037 $587, 044
$201,697 $41,663,778
Value
$60,489,994
1 Includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
2 Excludes nuraber of carriers confiscated in connection with seizures of liquor, narcotics, etc.
T A B L E 82.—Investigative activities, fiscal years 1967 and 1968
Activity
Drawback-.
Classification
Market value
Smuggling, narcotics
Smuggling, aU other
Undervaluation, false invoicing.
Prohibited importations
Navigation, ahcraft, and vehicle violations.
Baggage declarations
Custoras brokers, cartraen, and lightermen.
Petitions for relief
Personnel
Customs procedme.
CoUection of duties and penalties
Cooperation with other agencies
Neutrality..
Pilferages and shortages
Export controL.
Federal tort claims
MisceUaneous
Dumping..
Port secmity
Total




Percentage |
increase, or
decrease (—)

1967
1, 285
229
608
7,246
2,809
2,886
485
1, 624
1,392
397
1,760
2, 640
467
188
1.260
345
664
398
139
162
24
15

1,060
212
596
9,226
2,827
2,735
456
918
1,190
416
2,048
2,400
441
227
1,610
309
557
392
154
163
61
1

-16.2
-7.4
-2.0
27.3
.6
-5.2
-6.0
-43.5
-14.5
4.8
16.4
-9.1
-5.6
20.7
27.8
-10.4
-16.1
-L5
10.8
7.2
112.6
-93.3

26,993

27,989

3.7

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TABLE 83.—Principal commodities on w'hich drawback was paid, fiscal years 1967
and 1968
Com.modity

Aluminum
Animal and vegetable oils, fats, and greases
Automobiles, aircraft, and parts
Bmlap
Chemicals
Chromium and alloys
Citrus fruit juices
Coal-tar products
Copper and manufactures....
Cotton cloth
Cotton, unmanufactured
Diesel engines
Electrical machinery and apparatus
FerroaUoying ores and metals
Fruits and preparations
Glass and glass products
Lead ore, matte, pigs, and bars.
Machinery, other than electricMagnesite
Manganese ore
Medicinal preparations
^..
Nickel
Paper and
raanufactures
Petroleum and products
Pigraents, paints, and varnishes
Quicksilver or mercury
Rayon and other synthetic textUes
Steel mill products..
1
Sugar..
Thes and tubes, rubber and synthetic.
Tobacco and
raanufactmes...
Tungsten ore.
Watch movements and parts.
Whiskey...
Zinc ore and manufactures.
Other
Total
NOTE.—Includes Puerto Rico.
» Revised.
•




1967

1968

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

$2,981,384
277,609
26,456
103,014
1,233,734
30,282
2,462,128
2,687,661
379,170
285,261
16,607
100,668
160,641
120,463
255.366
112,052
655,334
143.060
61,684
145,689
185,021
98.757
175,913
21,437,215
31,947
11,961
233,183
4,147,574
815,616
83,983
896,342
501,864
751,418
68,847
107,302
''851,635

$2,508,384
221.666
87,263
145,450
4,020,793
13,964
1,472, 720
4, 649,531
584,351
188,638
21,365
97.487
133,801
113,761
44,340
48,850
450, 075
69,911
86,281
88,676
138,732
102,866
239, 694
25,245,994
58,148
28,663
1, 017,749
3,212,174
778,571
64,704
911,040
176,167
1,351,449
244,191
19,598

-64.9
79.9
-100.0
127.6
-97.7

42,626,641

48,634,837

14.1

-15.9
-20.2
229.8

4L2
225.9
-53.9
-40.2
73.0
54.1
-33.9
28.7
-3.2
-16.7
-6.6
-82.6
-56.4
-3L3
-5L1
40.1
-40.5
-25.0

4.2
36.3
17.8
82.0
139.6
336.5
-22.6
-4.6
-23.0

L6

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

Engraving and Printing Production
T A B L E 84.—New postage stamp issues delivered, fiscal year 1968
Issues
Commemoratives:
Erie Canal
Search for Peace
Henry David Thoreau
Nebraska Statehood
Voice of America
Davy Crockett
Twin Space..
Urban Planning
Finland Independence
American Painting (Eakins)
Mississippi Statehood
Illinois Statehood
50th Anniversary of Ahmail Service (Airraail).
HeraisFair'68.
Register and Vote
Support Our Youth
Law and Order...
Historic Flags
Special:
Araerican F l a g . .
Servicemen AirlUt
Christmas—Series 1967
Ordinary:
Francis Parkman
Eugene O'NeiU.
George C. Marshall.
George Washington (400 subject) revised
Franklin D. Roosevelt (432 sub ject)
Franklin D. Roosevelt (432 subject) revised
Frankhn D. Roosevelt (320 subject)
Thomas Jefferson (320 subject)
Franklin D. Roosevelt (360 subject)
Frank Lloyd Wright (360 subject)
Thoraas Jefferson (400 subject).
Thomas Jefferson (432 subject)
Ahmail (400 subject)
Airmail (320 subject)
Airmail (360 subject)
Airmail (432 subject)
Thomas Paine
Oliver WendeU Holmes..
1 Made into books to be sold at $2 each in over-the-counter sales.
2 Made into books to be sold at $1 each in vending machines.




Nuniber of
Denominations stamps dehvered
(in thousands)
$0.06

.06
.05
.05
.05
.05
.05
.05
. D5

.D5
. 35

.16
. LO

.06
.06
.06
.D6
.06
.06
L()0

.06
.03
1.30

.20
.35
.38
.06

1.36
1.31
2.06
2.02

.01
.01
.10
. 10

.:LO
.:LO
.40
.15

118, 775
121,985
111,850
117,226
111. 610
114,266
120.865
no. 170
no. 660
113.815
113.330
134,425
67.500
137.835
122.525
133. 725
121,070
113.680
1,467, 610
18,865
1,208, 700
68,850
42,570
94,970
140,470
3,419,109
4,077,806
3,058,145
764,536
47,849
15, 949
668, 200
269,161

581, no
469,910
10, 863
256,168
31,870
32, 260

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TABLE 85.—Deliveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1967 and 1968
Number of pieces

Class
Currency:
U.S. notes
Federal Reserve notes
Specimens..

1967

.

Total

:

Bonds, notes. biUs. certificates, and debentures:
Bonds:
Treasury
Treasury, special series
Kingdom of Greece..
Consolidated Federal farm loan bonds
Consolidated bonds of the Federal home loan
banksNotes:
Treasmy...
Treasury, special series...
U.S. International Monetary Fund—special
Consolidated notes of the Federal home loan
banks, bearer
Export-Import Bank of the United States, short
term discount note's..
Tennessee Valley Authority
Bills:
Treasury
Certificates:
Treasmy certificates of indebtedness—coupon
Treasury certificate of indebtedness, special series..
Participation certificates in Government mortgage
liquidation trust. IL
Participation certificates in Export-Import Bank
OfWashington....
Participation certificates in Government Federal
assets financing trusts
Participation certificates in Export-Import Bank of
theUnited States.....
Participation certificates in Export-Import Investment Portfolio.Debentures:
Consolidated coUateral trust for the:
Twelve Federal intermediate credit banks
Thirteen banks for cooperatives
Federal National Mortgage Association secondary market operations
Stamps:
Customs
U.S. Internal Revenue:
To oflace of issue....
To Smithsonian Institution...
Puerto Rican Internal Revenue
Virgin Islands Internal Revenue
U.S. postage:
Ordinary
Airmail
Commemorative...Special issue..
Special delivery
Postage due
Postal insurance books..
Canal Zone postage
U.S.savings..
Federal migratory bird hunting
Food coupons
Total.
Miscellaneous:
Cards, certificates, etc., to olfice of issue
Grand totaL.




Face value 1968

1,985,664,000
6,600

Military payment certificates
Specimens.Total

Total

1968
640,000
2,105,944,000
99

$3,200,000
12,236,960,000

1,986,670.600

2,106,584,099

12,240,160,000

123,600,000 .
1,848 .
123.601,848 .
135,521
500
1
219,220

60.250
1,000

3.046,270,000

256,916

3,904,000,000

161,196

140.311

6,385,000,000

1,016,241
653
100

1,339,688
302

72,249,550,000

83.000

5,424,004

1,075,000,000

52,041
20,000

4,980,000,000
2,070,000,000

3,981,004 192,168,000,000

94,212
3.802

2,300

136,235

25.334

2,102,260,000

102.262

6,020,600,000

26,360

1,310,000,000

61,178
75,000

3,425,000,000
2,645,000,000

71,760

1,866,800,000

17,101

53,213
168,000
69,000
98,382
7,596,381

6,298,606 302,246,370,000

3,272,100

348,000

2,267,407,480
19,416
277,642,240
82,900

2,519,814,480

12,777,310

282,894,000
126,200

21,258,529,064 27,949,099,468
1,403,914,400 1,918,124,168
1,896,864,400 1,789,400,950
1,600,164,220 2,816,672,560
35,470,000
36,260,000
125,730,000
157,960,000
323,710
148,600
8,294,000
10,610,000
117.186,500
119,361,000
2.658,000
2,892,240
276,487,750
396,770,522

1,567,836,220
197,562,400
100,507,350
173,431,353
10,878,000
15,833,600
29,700
909,600
19.868.000
8,676,000
529,441,000

29,224,046,180 38,000,382,078

2,637,750,633

12,076,238
7,972,0
31,352,990,247 40,121,236,872 317,124,280,633

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

299

International Claims
T A B L E 86.—Status of Class I I I awards of the Mixed Claims Corimission, United
Staies and Germany, and Private Law 509 as of J u n e 30, 1968
Description

Class liy.
awards—o^er
$100,000

Private Law
509, approved
July 19, 1940

AWARDS i

Principal of awards
Less araounts paid bv AUen Property and others
Interest to Jan 1, 1928, as specified in awards
Interest thereon to date of payraent or, if unpaid, to June 30, 1968, at 5
percent per annura, as specified in the Settlement of War Clairas Act
of 1928
-

$117,387,2^2.24
266,072. 77
53,245,3^ 2.03

$160,000.00
64,000. 00

81,626,24:7.28

178,192.02

251,892,818.78

402,192.02

76,955,283.40
53, 245,3fi2.03
67, 277,050. 37

101,053.06
64,000.00
147,039.17

197,477,725.80

Total due clainiants

312,092.23

PAYMENTS

Principal of awards
Interest to Jan. 1, 1928
Interest at 5 percent from Jan. 1, 1928, to date of payraent...
Total payments 2.
BALANCE D U E

Principal of awards
Interest to Jan. 1, 1928
Accrued interest frora Jan. 1, 1928, through June 30, 1968

Total reiraburseraent for administrative expenses 3

58,946.94

14,249,1!)6.91

31,162.86

54,416,092.98

Balance due clairaants

40,165,896.07

90,099.79

987,421.07

1,560.43

1 Excludes Class I awards (on account of death and personal injury) which have been paid in full; and also
Class II awards on which there remain balances totaling $42,830.84. For details co:icerning all classes of
awards, including claims of U.S. Governraent, see 1962 annual report, pp. 138 and 826.
2 Araounts shown are gross; deductions for adrainistrative expenses are shown below (see footnote 3).
3 Deductions oi y ol \ percent are raade frora each payraent to cover administrative expenses. These
amounts are covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts.
NOTE.—On Feb. 27, 1953, the German Governnient agreed to pay $97,500,000 (U.S. doUars) over a period
of 25 years in full settleraent of Germany's obUgations on account of Class III awards and the award under
Private Law 609. Through June 30, 1968, $57,500,000 has been paid under the agreement.

323-147—69

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T A B L E 87.—Status of claims of American nationals against certain foreign governments as of J u n e 30, 1968
Bulgaria

Awards certified to the Treasury:
Number of awards
Amount of awards:
Prmcipal
Interest

.-

231

Himgary

1,301

Poland

WarXlaims
Fund

565

7,363

8,782

$4,684,186.46 $68,181,408.34 $60,011,347.78
1,887,637.43 22,114,638.98 24,717,942.92

-

$100,737,681.63
51,051,826.01

$340,483,786.34

Deposits m clauns funds
Statutory deduction for admhiistrative expenses
Amounts avaUable for payment on awards
Pajnnents on awards:
Prmcipal
Interest...
Combhied principal and interest

1,150

Yugoslav
(1964) i

JTJ
t^

68

=

$18,817,904.89
2,067,794.69

$777,508.27
238,561.91
1,016,070.18

2,674,763.65

2,214,639.27

20,158,692.06

15,822,826.61

1,480.84

Balances ha clahns funds...

^

Yugoslav z.^
(1948)

6,671,823.89 80,296,047.32 84,729,290.70
151,789,606.64
340,483.786.34
20.876,699.58
===================================^==^=^==========^===============^==^^
2.817,088.93
2,355,513.69 21,226,487.01
16,000,000.00
223,260.000.00
17,000,000.00
140,864.44
117,775.73
1,061,"274.33
(2)
(3)
(2)
2,676,234.49
2,237,737.96 20,164,212.68
16,000,000.00
223,250,000.00
17,000,000.00

Total

23.098.69

5,620.62

177,173.39

221,292,450.53

1.957,549.47

2,100,000.00
(2)
2,100,000.00

16.972,162.63

36.287.29

27,847.37

2,064,712.71

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2 Statutory deductions of 5 percent are made from each payment to cover administrative expenses.




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International Financial Transactions
TABLE 88.— U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and international institutions, fiscal years 1945-68
[In millions of doUars at $35 per ounce. Negative figm-es represent net sales by the United States;
positive figmes, net pmchases]
1945-63
Afghanistan
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bank for International Settlements
Belgium
Bolivia
Brazil
Bmma
Cambodia
Cameroon RepubUc
Canada..
Central African RepubUc
Ceylon
Chad
Chile
Colorabia
Congo (Kinshasa)
CostaRica
Cyprus....
Dahomey
Denraark
:
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt...
El Salvador
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Gabon
Germany, Federal Republic of
Ghana
Greece
Guinea
Haiti.--.
Honduras
Iceland
Indonesia
International B ank
International Monetary Fund 1
Iran.
Iraq.
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Jaraaica
Japan
Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Liberia
Malagasy
MaU.
Malaysia..
Mauritania
Mexico
Morocco
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
Norway
Pakistan
Panaraa
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Portugal
Footnotes at end of table.




-5.3

1964

1965

1966

(*)
-15.0
-30.0

(*)

-366.8
—513.3
—574.6 .
18.8
78.2
-24.8 .
—19.1
—1.9
796.3
—.7
-7.5
-.7
18.1
100.6
28.8
-2.9
-2.0
—.8
-98.4
-16.5
-3.4
-138.4
-20.9

—87.5

-62.6

-2.5

-.2

-10.4
-2.2

-3.7
-L6

-16.7
-894.6
-.7
-43L9
-5.6
-136.4

-6.0
-617.7

-832.6

859.9

-9.5
-113.1
18.8
21,139.4
-22.1
-29.8
(*)
-15.5
-363.1
-L6

-.1
54.4

-3.^
-.8
—8.3

-L9
-.8
-39.7

-2.7
-150.4
-5.1

-62. £ ..

(*)

-4.3

(*)
-3.1
-.6

-3.3
40.0
L6
-1.9

-200.0

(*)
-9.0
200.0

—.2
100.0
—.1
-.1
-.1
-7.5
-.4
-2.4
-L8

—.1
-13.^;
-.(>
-L.-;
-3.o

—.1

-.6
-13.4
—.1

-.8
-.2

-.9
-26.7

-577.7
-.1

-277.3
-.1
-.6
-LO
-.2
-.1

-.2
-1.0

-80.0

-10.5

4i82.{;
-7.5
-4.(1
-2.1;
:......
-.2
—2.5
-66.;[
—.6
-L;;

4 50.1
-16.0
-.2
-L3

-63.2
-45.4

-60.0
-.2

-294.0
-.2

-2.3
•.

-.6
-.3

—.8
-4.0
-. 1

—.:L
.,...
3.15

—.1
-.9

19.9
-.8
—20. 0
1L7
—

-0.1

-2.:L

-0.2
-.1

-.1

-2.7

-.6
,.
—.9

-.8

9.7

.-

5_3.o

—14.1
-6.5

-lO.i;
-2.4
-Lll
-1.0

-10.6
9.6

-.3

(*)

.-1.1

-96.0

-27.8
63.4
-4L6

220.0
-.1
.-.4
18.4

-L8

-.4
3-258.8
-.1
-10.0
-2.3

—.2
150.0
—.1
-.6
-.1
-8.2

-2.6

—L(i

-.<•

-26.0.

-2.8
(*)

—.^
150.(i
—.1
-4.^:
-.1
-5.i.
Q.:
-.b
-.i

-64L3

,

-67.6
-. 1
-.5
-2.1

3.2 _-

-3.6
-22.3
—1.9
-74.9

14.9
-2L0

1968

-2LC ..
-101. 7
- . 1 ..
54.3 " " - 3 . ' l " " " - L 7 "

-202.7

—.6

1967

^-z-

26.0
-L3

-94.5
-.4
--—33.6
—.1
-L 1
-6.0
-18.5
~h^
-0.1
-.1
-9.3

(*)

-.3

10.0
-.4

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TABLE 88.— U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and international institutions, fiscal years 1945-68—Continued
[In miUions of dollars at $36 per ounce. Negative figmes represent net sales by the United States;
positive figmes, net pmchases]
1945-63
RepubUc of Congo (BrazzaviUe)
Rwanda
. ' _
Saudi Arabia. _
Senegal
SomaUa
Singapore
South Africa.
Spain
Sudan.Surinam
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria...
Togo
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey...
United Kingdom
Upper Volta
Uruguay
Vatican City
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yugoslavia
.
All other
^
Total

1964

1965

....

(*)

-0.1

1,121.3
-482.4
. -180.0
-2.0
-.1 -7.6
-2.5
2."5".
246.4 .
-769.7
-30.0
-lOLO
-3.0
-n.8
-.7
-Ll .
-.6
-LO
-.1
9.8
64.2
-30.7
636.0
-1,320.7
241. 2
—.8
-3.7
-.1
-.2
LO .
— 1.6
-360.9 .
-19.7
-167.1

....

1967

1968

-0.1
-.2

-0.7 .
-64.2 .
-2.5 .
-L9

1966

-2.3
-L9

-2.3
-.6

-3,498.4

-128. 0

-1,473.1

-0.1
-.2

-0.1
—.7
-25.0

-.9

-.2

-.3
-63.0

-.5
.1
-18. 7 .
18.0
-50.0
-4.0
-.6

-.9
-n.6
-60.0
-9.4

-30.0 .
-3.1

-3.5
-20.9
169.9
-.1
-.3
4.5 .
-25.0 .
-.3
-2.6
-.7
-378.4

'""'-4."8
-.4
-.6
-5.8
-12.0
75.2 -1,697.4
—. 1
-.1
-.2
(*)
-L3
-2.8
-.1

-3.4
-.3

-232. 2 -2,337. 6

1 International Monetary Fund (IMF) figures prior to 1961 include gold pm-chases by the IMF on behalf
of raeraber countries for their paynients to the IMF.
2 Includes $343.8 million painiient to the International Monetary Fund. Pursuant to an act approved
June 17,1959 (22 U.S.C. 286e-l), the United States raade payment of its increase in quota to the IMF, araounting to $1,375,000,000. on June 23. 1959. The payment was made in gold in the amount of $343,750,000.40 and
in nonnegotiable, noninterest-bearing notes of the United States amounting to $1,031,249,999.60, in place
of a like amount of currency.
3 Public Law 89-31, approved June 2, 1965, authorized an increase of $1,035 mUlion in the quota of the
Uruted States in the IMF. On June 30, 1965. the United States made the required payment of 25 percent
of its quota increase in gold in the aniount of $258,750,004.03.
4 This amount constitutes a deposit by IMF with the United States under the mitigation prograra connected with paynient of gold portion of country quota increases.
6 The first withdrawal of IMF gold deposits in the aniount of $17,000,000 was raade in June 1968.
*Less than $50,000.




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TABLE 89.— U.S. reserve assets: Gold stock, holdings of convertible foreign currencies, and reserve position in the International Monetary Fimd, fiscal years
1958-68
[In railUons of dollars]

End of fiscal year or raonth

Total
assets

1968
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
•
1966
1967
1968.1967—July
August
September..
October
November..
December..
1968—January
February...
March
AprU
May
June

23,496
21,514
21.170
19,308
18,490
17, 065
16, 591
15, 762
14, 958
14, 274
14,063
14, 224
14, 605
14, 649
14, 927
15,438
14.830
14.620
14. 790
13.926
13.840
14.348
14. 063

Gold stock 1
Total 2

21.412
19. 746
19,363
17. 603
16,527
15.830
15. 623
fi 14,049
13. 529
13,169
10.681
13.136
13. 075
13. 077
13.039
12. 965
12.066
12, 003
11,900
10, 703
10.547
10.468
10.681

Treasmy

21.356 .
19.706 .
19,322 .
17,650
16.435
15. 733
15.461
613,934
13,433
13, n o
10,367
13,108
13,008
13, 006
12,905
12,908
11,982
11,984
11,882
10,484
10,484
10,384
10,367

Convertible
foregn
currencies 3

186
654
126
182
546
722
738
2,479
719
1,162
1,200
1,609
2,092
2,346
2,176
2,235
2,746
2,804
3,386
2,479

Reserve
position
in International
Monetary
Fund 4
2,084
1,768
1,807
1,519
1,409
1,109
786
61,167
707
367
903
369
368
372
379
381
420
441
655
477
489
494
903

1 Includes gold sold to the United States by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with the right of
repurchase, and gold deposited by the IMF to mitigate the impact on the U.S. gold stock of foreign purchases for the purpose of making gold subscriptions to the Fund under quota increases.
2 Includes gold in Exchange Stabilization Fund, which is not included in Treasury g:old figures shown in
daily Treasm-y statement.
3 Includes holdings of Treasury and Federal Reserve System.
4 In accordance with Fund policies the United States has the right to draw foreign currencies equivalent
to its reserve position in the Fund virtuaUy automaticaUy if needed. Under appropriate conditions the
United States could draw additional amounts equal to the U.S. quota, which amounted to $5,160 miUion
as of June 30,1968.
3 Reserve position includes, and gold stock excludes, $259 raiUion gold subscription i;o the Fund in June
1965 for a U.S. quota increase which became effective on Feb. 23, 1968. In figures pu'Dlished by the Fund
frora June 1965 through January 1966, this gold subscription was included in the U.S. gold stock and excluded frora the reserve position.




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or month

1958
1959
1960
1961
1982
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1967—July
August
September
October
November
Decembers..
1968—January
Febraary..
March
AprU
May...
June




Total
liquid
liabilities to
aU foreigners

1 16,056
7 18,065
20,472
21,296
23,699
25,807
26,478
28,086
28,819
29,620
32,582
30,078
30,830
31,223
32,463
33,840
{|;297
33,141
33,344
32,517
33,022
33,175
32,582

LiabUities to Intemational
Monetary Fund arising fi-om gold transactions

rotal

200
200
500
800
800
800
800
800
983
1,033
1,030
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,041
1,045
1,047
1,030

Gold
deposit 1

183
233
230
233
233
233
233
233
233
233
233
233
241
245
247
230

Gold
investment 2

200
200
500
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800

LiabUities to foreign countries
Banks and other foreigners

0flScialinstitutions 3

Total

n.a.
n.a.
10,482
10,875
11,869
13, 915
14,168
14,466
14,425
14,093
12,114
14,154
14, 065
14,365
14,893
15,940
15,679
15, 672
15,232
15,362
14,301
14,397
13,629
12,114

Shortterm
liabilities
reported
by banks
mthe
UnUed
States
7,931
8,967
9,511
10, 038
11,205
12,377
12,102
12,201
12, 661
12,802
10,757
12,863
12,703
12,955
13,381
14,321
14, 060
14, 053
13,804
13,989
12,941
13, 037
12,272
10,757

Marketable U.S.
Govemment
bonds
and
notes *

Nonmarketable
convertible U.S.
Treasury
bonds
and
notes

n.a
n.a
971
837
664
1,036
1,241
1,126
1,106
917
546
917
911
911
911
908
908
908
717
652
549
549
546
546

Total

Shortterm
liabilities
reported
by banks
in the
United
States

Marketable U.S.
Govemment
bonds
and
notes 4

n.a.
n.a.

502
825
1,129
658
374
811
374
449
499
601
711
711
711
711
711
811
811
811
811

5,886
6,706

n.a.
n.a.

8,145
7,999
8,870
9,011
9,655
11,200
12,373
13,703
18,757
14,055
14,948
15,089
15,811
16,111
15,894
15,771
16,185
16,323
16,412
16,749
17,869
18,757

7,524
7,464
8,357
8,634
9,300
10,732
11,883
13,165
18,144
13,614
14,400
14,537
15,250
15,564
15,336
15,213
15,615
15,730
16,808
16,137
17,259
18,144

621
535
513
377
355
468
490
638
613
641
548
552
561
547
558
568
570
593
604
612
610
613

Liabilities to nonmonetary
intemational and regional
organizations s

Total

n.a.
n.a.
1,346
1,622
2,160
2,081
1,855
1,630
1,038
791
681
836
786
736
726
756
691
636
763
831
630
681

Shortterm
MarketliabUable U.S.
ities
Governreported
ment
by banks
bonds
in the
and
United
notes *
States 6
589
542
690
689
1,119
1,016
848
831
605
561
616
609
579
528
519
552
487
482
487
431
558
626
463
515

n.a.
n.a.
755
933
1,041
085
007
799
433
230
166
227
207
208
207
204
204
204
204
206
205
205
167
166

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to mitigate the impact on the U.S. gold stock of foreign purchases for the purpose of
making gold subscriptions to the Fund under quota increases.
2 U.S. Govemment obhgations at cost value and funds awaitiug investment obtained
from proceeds of sales of gold by the International Monetary Fund to the United
States to acquire hicome-eaming assets. Upon termination of investment, the same
quantity of gold can be reacquhed by the I M F .
8 Includes Bank for Intemational Settlements and European Fund.
* Derived by applying reported transactions to benchmark data; breakdown of
transactions by type of holder estimated 1980-1983. Includes securities issued by corporations and other agencies of the U.S. Govemment, which are guaranteed by the
United States.
« PrhicipaUy the Intemational Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the
Inter-American Development Bank.
6 Includes difference between cost value and face value of securities in I M F gold
investment accomit. LiabUities data reported to the Treasury include the face value
of these securities, but in this table the cost value of the securities is included under
"Gold investment." The difference, which amounted to $33 miUion as of the end of
June 1988, is included in this coluran.
7 Includes total foreign holdings of U.S. Govemment bonds and notes, for which
breakdown by type of holder is not avaUable.




8 Data on the two lines shown for this date differ because of changes in reporting
coverage. Figures on the first line are comparable in coverage to those sho\Mi for the
preceding date; figures on the second line are comparable to those shown for the followhig
date.
n.a. Not avaUable,
NOTE.—Table is based on Treasury Department data and on data reported to the
Treasury Department by banks and brokers in the United States. Table excludes
Intemational Monetary Fund "holdings of doUars," and holdings of U.S. Treasury
letters of credit and nonnegotiable, noninterest-bearing special U.S. notes held by
other intemational and regional organizations. The UabiUties figures are used by the
Department of Commerce hi the statistics measuring the balance of intemational
payments ofthe United States on the liquidity basis; however, the balance-of-payments
statistics include certain adjustments to Treasury data prior to 1963 and some rounding
differences, and may differ because of var5ring timing in incorporating revisions of
Treasury data. The table does not hiclude certain nonliquid liabUities to foreign official
institutions which enter into the calculation of the official reserve transactions balance
by the Departraent of Commerce.

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[In miUions of dollars]

Western
Europe

Total
T y p e of i n v e s t m e n t

Latin
American
Republics

Canada

1966

19,287

20,748

28,249

31,691

4,660

6,107

O

15,102
12,294

16,172
13,083

17,045
12,994

19,028
14,209

3,139
3,139

3,478
3,478

>^

9,826 10,213
547
597
174
189
78
84
1.308
1.521
361
479

9,661 10,782
1,550
1,708
44
72
202
179
1.346
1.220
191
248

2 2,016
1,123

2 2,321
1,157

W

1.227

2,808

3,0

4, 061

4.819

(*)

(*)

611
618

2,360
448

2,617
472

3.526
525

4.175
644

(*)
(*)

(*)
(*)

8,697 10,099
7,173 7,537 .

4,185
4.079

4,576 11,204 12.663
4.524 8.712 10.249

1,421
1,090

17, 978
5,567

6,090
1,083

3,569
510

3,971
553

5,232
3,480

6,304
3,946

1,090

2,695

213

52

2,491

2,413

,1966

19677'

27,705

29,368

27,693
26,565

29,330
28,103

111,840
13,235
86,321
75,715

49,424
9,115
1,050
5,048
4,317
2,040

54,711
9,513
1,030
4,324
3,980
2,157

59,267 16,209 17,882 16,999 18,069
9,666
790
712
5,503
5,492
1,113
64
104
748
748
5,238
1,570
2,148
2,474
2,827
3,711
1.200
757
126
213
2,447
890
966
715
754

S h o r t t e r m assets a n d c l a u n s

10,153

10,606

11.845

2,619

2,710

1.128

Reported b y banks..
Other

7,735
2,418

7,853
2,753

8, 620
3,225

1,356
1,263

1, 217
1,493

611
517

25.123
20,318

25, 519
21, 054

29,005
23,545

14,968
5,350

15,981
5,073

3,161

2,818

1,644
58,739
26,374

1,647
60,410
27,006

R e p a y a b l e in dollars ^
R e p a y a b l e in foreign currencies, etc.s
F o r e i g n currencies a n d short-terra clairas
I M F gold t r a n c h e position a n d n i o n e t a r y a u t h o r i t i e s ' holdings of c o n v e r t i b l e currencies i
F o r e i g n assets a n d i n v e s t r a e n t s i n t h e U n i t e d States, t o t a l
Long terra-.
.
'
Direct
C o r p o r a t e stocks
Corporate, U . S . G o v e r n n i e n t
raunicipal
bonds
Other.




122,292 32,039 35,378
12,065
93,287 23,342 25,279
81,442 20,723 22.569

6,468 .
1,069 .
221

2,765 1,311 2,341
69,613 35,170 40,955
31,962 17,853 20,247

8,093
4,539

3
9,305
6,284

8,797
14,599
agency,

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106,270
U3,806
8,147
70,994

U . S . G o v e m m e n t credits a n d c l a u n s
L o n g t e r m credits e

Pi

1966

1966

1966

Direct
F o r e i g n dollar b o n d s
.
O t h e r foreign b o n d s 3..
F o r e i g n corporate stocks
B a n k m g claims 4
Others

International
organizations
a n d unaUocated

1967 p

1967*

1966
U . S . assets a n d h i v e s t m e n t s a b r o a d , t o t a l
Gold stock (not h i c l u d e d h i total)
Private hivestments
Longterm

Other
foreign
coimtries

9,054
12,643

9,923
15,511

6,273
8,743

7, 004
10,512

2,439
1,933

2, 576
2,539

875
2,103

2,042
3,267

2,159
4,369

1,536
1,302

1,440
1,291

(*)

(*)

and

167

170

5,861
1,942

6,536
2,513

1
1
8,720 10,274
1,879 2,957

(*)
(*)

1967 p

(*)

t^

Ul

o
pi

>
Pi
Kl

1,629
1,204

O

326
2,566
793

420
2,543
961

S)

177
1,076

176
1,271

165
800

168
1,068

91

121

85
604

96
970

54
860

181
1,540

368
334

442

>
Ul
Pi
Kl

S h o r t t e r m assets a n d U . S . G o v e r n m e n t obligations
P r i v a t e obligations
Reported by banks
Other
U . S , G o v e r n m e n t obUgations

.
.

32,365
18,163

33,404
20, 799

37, 651 17,317 20,708
22,901
9,713 10,835

3,554
2,042

4,021
2,683

3,919
3,691

4,023
3,840

6,841
5,064

7,317
5,323

1,773
289

.

17,195
988

19,635
1,264

21,230
1,671

8,965
748

9,821
1,014

1,879
163

2,433
250

3,558
133

3,715
125

4,844
220

5,041
282

()
*

14,202

12, 605

14, 750

7,604

9,873

1,512

1,338

228

183

1,777

1,994

1,484

344
1,575
198

139
1,921
185

54
1,985
187

1,789
41

52
145

30
116

32
5
3

36
165
33

22
161
27

42

1,704
4

165
3,630
8,356
34

116
1,969
8,064
211

585
113
2,381
854
9,325
4,929
233 . . .

383
1,347
6,333

692
623

200 .
716
276

41
102

3
92
1,448

.

Associated w i t h G o v e r n r a e n t g r a n t s a n d t r a n s actions increasing G o v e r n m e n t assets ^
Associated w i t h m i l i t a r y sales c o n t r a c t s 9
Associated w i t h other specific t r a n s a c t i o n s ^
O t h e r n o n m a r k e t a b l e habilities i n c l u d i n g m e d i u m
t e r m securities p a y a b l e prior to raaturity only
u n d e r special conditions lo
M a r k e t a b l e or convertible b o n d s a n d notes
Bills a n d certificates
G o l d deposits of I M F . .
Meraorandum items:
Liabilities reflected in l i q u i d i t y a n d official reserve t r a n s a c t i o n s balances: "
T o official agencies:
L i q u i d (line 9)
:
O t h e r (line 18)
T o commercial b a n k s (line 10) 12
T o other foreign r e s i d e n t s a n d u n a l l o c a t e d (Une 11)
T o i n t e r n a t i o n a l a n d regional organizations (line 1 2 ) . . .

81
83

22 .
109
1, 653

250
981
211

220

()
*
1,362

188
961
233

Ul

H

>
Ul

16,206
616
7,419
4,069
1,431

L4, 666
1,375
9,936
4,272

16, 710
2,687
11,088
4,685

7,488

906

686

8

1 Reflects p a y m e n t of $259 mUlion gold p o r t i o n of increased U . S . s u b s c r i p t i o n to
t h e I M F in t h e second q u a r t e r of 1965.
2 R e p r e s e n t s t h e e s t i m a t e d i n v e s t r a e n t h i s h i p p i n g corapanies registered p r i r a a r i l y
in P a n a m a a n d Liberia.
3 Consists p r i m a r i l y of securities p a y a b l e in foreign currencies, b u t includes some
doUar obligations including prior to 1963 p a r t i c i p a t i o n s a n d loans m a d e b y t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l B a n k for R e c o n s t r u c t i o n a n d D e v e l o p m e n t . Effective 1963, p a r t i c i p a t i o n s
in I B R D loans are i n c l u d e d u n d e r b a n k i n g claims a n d " o t h e r " long-terra, according
to c o u n t r y of obligor.
4 E x c l u d e s $200 raiUion n e t t e d against a related inflow of U . S . direct i n v e s t r a e n t
capital.
" Iiicluuea $254 nulliOii lOaiicu. to C a i i a d a 111 coiinoctiGii Vv'ith v./Cl'iirabici> JLVIVC" pQ-^'cr
developraent.
6 E x c l u d e s World War I d e b t s t h a t are n o t c u r r e n t l y being serviced.
7 I n c l u d e s h i d e b t e d n e s s r e p a y a b l e in U . S . doUars, or optionaUy i n foreign currencies or b y delivery of m a t e r i a l s or transfer of services, w h e n option rests w i t h U . S .
Government.




(*)

289

1,582
220

396
5,875
1,377

9,872

1,189

587

144

6,206 1,709
1,417
296
6 .

998
314

1,129

1,116

2,076

175
454

451
473

353

1,991

2,161

148

108

3,693
1,336
2,333
754
23

1, o n

720

1,033

H^
M

O

>

549

8 I n c l u d e s i n d e b t e d n e s s w h i c h t h e borrower m a y c o n t r a c t u a U y , or at its o p t i o n ,
r e p a y w i t h its cm-rency. w i t h a t h i r d c o u n t r y ' s c u r r e n c y , or b y delivery of niaterials
or transfer of services.
9 F o r detaU see " S u r v e y of C u r r e n t B u s i n e s s , " Septeraber 1988, section B , table 6,
p . 35.
10 F o r detail see " S m v e y of C u r r e n t B u s i n e s s , " S e p t e m b e r 1968, section C, t a b l e 5,
p . 36.
11 L i n e n u m b e r s below correspond to those in balance-of-payraents t a b l e 3, " S u r v e y
of Cm-rent B u s i n e s s , " S e p t e r a b e r 1968, p . 33.
12 A s r e p o r t e d b y U . S . b a n k s , u l t i r a a t e o w n e r s h i p is n o t identified.

%
HH

X

N O T E . — D i f f e r e n c e s b e t w e e n a r a o r m t s o u t s t a n d i n g a n d flows r e p o r t e d in balanceof-payments tables m a y n o t coincide d u e to changes in coverage, price changes,
changes in v a l u a t i o n , a n d other a d j u s t r a e n t s .
p Prelirahiary.
*Less t h a n $500,000.

CO
O

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19

TABLE 92.— U.S. balance of payments, calendar years 1965-67 and J anuary-June
1968
;

[In miUions of doUars]
P A R T I.—SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
1968
1966''

Jan.-Mar.

Apr.June »

3,477

57

6

Exports.
Imports..
Travel (including fares) i_-'.

. 26,244
29,176
30.468
. -21,616 -25,641 -26,991
. -1,613 -1.627 -2.144

7,924
-7,867
-469

8,325
-8,320
-469

Receipts.
Payments
MiUtary

1, 646
-3,168
. -1,866

1,785
-3,412
-2,808

1.881
-4,025
-3,317

606
-974
-925

481
-950
-841

1,080
-2,945

927
-3,735

1,023
-4,340

185
-1.110

282
-1,123

910
—3,430

918
—3.462

740
—3,540

189
-831

276
-214

-1,510
(-126)
322
357
713

-1,384
(-199)
213
957
220

Trade

4,728

Receipts 2
,
Paj^ments
Other services and transfers (excluding direct investraent income).
^
Governraent grants and capital, net.
Outflows.
(Dollar outflow)_
.Debt repayments
U.S. Government nonliquid liabilities
Direct investment

-4,242 -4,676
-5,191
(-717)
(-734)
(-731)
838
1.189
871
— 26
25
780
..1.
496
422
1,497

Capital outflows
Investraent income
B ank clahns
Short term
Long term.
Nonbank clahns

3,636

. -3.468
3.963
93

Short term.
Long terra
U.S. transactions in foreign securities
New issues.
^...
Outstanding issues and rederaptions
Foreign capital (excluding liquid liabilities)
Errors and omissions
Balance on liquidity basis, seasonally adjusted..
Less: seasonal adjustraent
Balance on liquidity basis (seasonally unadjusted)..
Balance on official reserve transactions basis (seasonally adjusted) 3

-3,020
4,517
-469

-374
1,087
303

-1,035
1,255
196

325
-232
340

•.

-3.623
4.045
253
-84
337
-446

-744
285
-769

163
140
-251

147
49
-528

428
-88
-759

-334
-112
-481

-470
-289
-1,266

-296
45
-385

-503
-23
-83

—1.619
353
2,732
—532
—3.571

-372

-315

—1,206
447
81
—315
—1,335

-1,210
729
2,452
—210
—1.357

— 1,336

—1.357

-1.289

266

—3,571
-3.405

-13

232

1,155
-243
-687
-428
-259

1,701
-429
-164
-236

-556

1,528

-72

72

P A R T IL—SEASONALLY UNADJUSTED
Balance on liquidity basis (seasonally unadjusted)..
Increase in short terra official and banking
liabilities and in foreign holdings of raarketable U.S. Government bonds and notes
Foreign holders other than official
Foreign official holders.
Net sales of nonmarketable, medium term,
convertible securities..
Decrease in U.S. monetary reserve assets
IMF gold tranche position
Convertible currencies.
Gold

1,335

1,357

3,571

259

—9

1,734

3,064

—745

65

131
—140

2,384
-660

1,457
1,607

2,263
-2.198

122
1,222

-945
668

455
62

718
-1,463
100
904

-94
—349
1,665

537
—640
571

-94
—1,024
1,170

-57
—401
1,362

-426
267
22

(*)-137

1 Fares are estiraated for 1988.
2 Total receipts from foreign governments, including advance receipts on mUitary sales contracts and
principal repayraents on Defense Department creditsfiLuancingmilitary sales.
3 Balance on official reserve transactions basis equals balance on liquidity basis minus changes in liquid
doUar UabUities to foreigners other than official national institutions plus changes in certain nonhquid
liabUities to official national institutions.
* Less than $500,000.
^ Revised.
^ Prelhninary.
SOURCE.—Department of Commerce, "Survey of Current Business," June and December 1968.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 93.—Assets and liabiliiies of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of J u n e SO,
1967, and J u n e 30, 1968
Assets a n d liabilities

J u n e 30, 1967

J u n e 30, 196:5 v

Fiscal year
1968, increase,
or decrease (—)

ASSETS

Cash:
Treasurer of t h e U n i t e d States, checking a c c o u n t . . .
Federal Reserve B a n k of N e w York, special a c c o u n t . .
I m p r e s t fund

$218,165. 60
35,000,000.00
500.00

- $ 2 2 3 , 363. 43
36,000,000.00

500.00
442, 019. 03

35,218,665. 60

34, 776, 646. 57

59, 644,322.03

Total cash.Special account of t h e Secretary of t h e T r e a s u r y in
t h e Federal Reserve B a n k of N e w York—gold
(schedule 1)
Foreign exchange d u e from foreign b a n k s :
Oesterreichische N a t i o n a l b a n k
B a n q u e N a t i o n a l e de Belgique
B a n k of C a n a d a
Banco de la Republica, C o l o m b i a . .
Deutsche Bundesbank
Deutsche Bundesbank ( I M F )
B a n k of E n g l a n d
Banca d'ltaUa
Banca d'ltalia ( I M F )
De Nederlandsche Bank
Sveriges R i k s b a n k — .
B a n q u e N a t i o n a l Suisse
B a n k for I n t e r n a t i o n a l Settleraents
I n v e s t r a e n t s in U . S . G o v e r n m e n t securities (schedule 2)
I n v e s t m e n t s in foreign securities (schedule 2)
Interest purchased...
Accrued interest receivable
Accrued interest receivable—foreign
Accounts receivable
U n d i s t r i b u t e d charges
F u r n i t m e a n d e q u i p m e n t , less allowance for depreciation
L a n d a n d structures

$441, 619. 03

314,412,012. 01

254,767, 690.9

3.95f.52
.64
3,954.88
128,005.89
128,643.76
637. 87
814,16^.42
814,169. 50
-4.08
7,743,150. 68
2,996,67f.33
- 4 , 746, 675. 35
2,504,69^51
222,950. 74
2,281, 744. 77
11,754. 31
4,90(1. 66
-6,853.65
85,379, 510.82 1,448,484, 787. 24 : , 363,105, 276. 42
2,731,381.97
158, 08^.. 35 - 2 , 673, 293. 62
1, 500,000. 00
1, 500, OOC: 00 .
500,217.84
236,"385."45
263,837. 39
4,95^:77 .
4,952. 77
235, 035;. 86
230,'903."72
4,129.14
3,255, 624:. 65 -3,537,945.21
6, 793, 569. 86
1,431,474, 592. 09
61, 743,434. 50
44,244.80 .
4, 289, 679.97
335, 440. 73
36.118. 22
79,974. 52
150. 000. 00

771,831, 21^1. 74 - 6 5 9 , 643, 372. 35
11,871, 65i;. 90 - 49,871,881. 60
-44,244.80
3,488, 228. 56
-801,451.41
3, 302,998. 34
2,967, 557. 61
184, 49],. 17
148. 372. 95
159,101.80
159,101. 80
108.82Ci. 60
150,00(1. 00 .

1, 663,841,193. 84 2, 601, 318, 74(i. 63

T o t a l assets

28,865. 08
937,477, 546. 79

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

LiabUUies: *
Vouchers p a y a b l e
Accounts p a y a b l e . . .
Deferred credits
U n d i s t r i b u t e d credits
Special accounts
A d v a n c e from U . S . T r e a s u r y ( U . S . drawings on
.
IMF)...
D u e I n t e r n a t i o n a l M o n e t a r y F u n d ( U . S . drawings).
T o t a l liabUities.
Capital:
(Capital account
C u m u l a t i v e n e t income (schedule 3 ) .
T o t a l capital
T o t a l liabUities a n d c a p i t a l .

47,629.23 .
843,924. 69
46,465.46 ,
19,164.81 ,
278, 855,976. 37
925,000, 000. 00

844, 76(1.11
941,063, 65]. 13

925,000,00(1.00 .
200, 000, OOC. 00 "'206,'000,'ooo.'oo

. 1,204,813,159.56 2, 066,898,41].. 24
.
.
.

200, 000, 000. 00
259, 028, 034. 28
459, 028, 034. 28
1, 663,841,193.84

862. 085. 251. 68

200,000,00(1.00 .
334,420, 32< 1.39 •"75,'392,'295.'ii
634,420. 32(1. 39

75, 392, 295.11

2, 601,318, 74('. 63

937,477, 646. 79

1 F o r contingent liabilities u n d e r o u t s t a n d i n g stabilization agreements, see schedule 4.
p Preliminary.




- 4 7 , 629. 23
835. 42
-46,465.46
-19,164.81
662.197,675. 76

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i

TABLE 93.—Assets and liabilities ofthe Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June 30,
1967, and June 30, 1968—Continued
SCHEDULE 1.—SPECIAL ACCOUNT OF T H E S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E T R E A S U R Y IN T H E
F E D E R A L RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK—GOLD
June 30, 1967
Gold accounts

Ounces

DoUars

June 30, 1968 p
Ounces

Dollars

Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
• 569,948.022 19,948,180.76 8,925,084.464 312,377,956.11
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Account
No. 4 (Bank of England)
1,106,326.936 38, 633,875. 21
58,105.637
2. 033.697.28
U.S. Assay Office, New York
30.350.317 1,062,266.06
10.134
359.62
Totalgold

1,708,626.276 59,644.322.03 8.983.200.235 314.412^013.01

V Preliminary.
SCHEDULE 2.—INVESTMENTS H E L D BY T H E E X C H A N G E STABILIZATION F U N D ,
J U N E 30, 1968 ^
Securities
Investraents in public debt securities:
Special issues, Exchange Stabilization Fund certificate
series:
5.46% maturing July 1, 1968
6.87% matming July 1, 1968
Total special issues...
Public issues:
Treasury bonds:
2 ^ % of 1984-69 (dated Apr. 16. 1943)..- -.-..2y% of 1964-69 (dated Sept. 15, 1943)
23^% of 1965-70.
•
2H% of 1966-71
2y% of 1967-72 (dated Nov. 15, 1945)
Total public issues
Investments in agency securities:
Federal National Mortgage Association debentures:
4.66% maturing May 12, 1969
Subtotal
Unamortized discount
Total
Foreign securities:
British Government, Treasury bills
Republicof Germany, Treasury bills..
Republic of Germany, Treasury bUls (IMF)
Total foreign securities
p Preliminary.




Face value

Cost (in doUars)

Accrued
interest

$634,341.347.94 $634.341,347.94 $2, 775, 525. 55
87.500.000.00
87. 500.000. 00
422,157.30
721,841.347.94

721.841.347.94

3.197.682.85

2, 200,000.00 . 2,199,625. 00
400, 000.00
399,875.00
10.000.000.00
10.000,000.00
2,400,000.00
2,398,843.75
10, 000,000.00
10,000, 000.00

29, 754.10
6,409.84
72,690.22
17,445.65
10,246.90

25,000,000.00

24,998,343.75

136,646.71

25,000,000. 00

24,976,562. 50

155,000.00

771,841,347,94
10,128. 20
771,831,219.74

771,816,254.19

3,488,228.55

£500,000/0/0
DM36,500,000.00
DM8, 600,000.00

1,188,208.95
9,069,391.69
1, 613,962. 26
11,871,652.90

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311

TABLE 93.—Assets and liabilities of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June SO,
1967, and June SO, 1968—Contmued
SCHEDULE 3—INCOME AND E X P E N S E
Jan. 31,1934, t h r o u g h -

Classification

June 30, 1967
Income:
Profits on transactions in:
Gold and exchange (including profits from handling charges on
gold)
Sale of silver to U.S. Treasury
SUver
Investments
MisceUaneous
Interest on:
Investments
Foreign balances

June 30, 1968 »

$145,664,626.6^:
3,473,362.29
102,736.27
2,638,546.28
145,740.10

$163,122,61L 79
3,473,362.29
102,736.27
1,408,003.14
156,280.66

126,832,187.23
31,691,169.42

179,801,514.93
46,856,654.20

310,538,267.23

393,921,062.17

38,464,069.81
2,340,647.8')
2,567,579. Oi)
1,162,384.17
329,665.21
6,655,886.81

42,390,438. 63
2,609,639.07
3,791,876.46
1,279,262.17
371,153.14
9,058,363.31

Total mcome
Expense:
Personnel compensation and benefits
Travel
Transportation of things
Rent, communications, and utUities.
Supplies and materials
Other
Total expense

51,510,232.9.5

69,500,732.78

269,028,034.23

Cumulative net income

334,420,329.39

p Preliminary.
SCHEDULE 4.—CURRENT U.S. STABILIZATION AGREEMENTS, J J N E 30, 1968
Effective dates
Country

Colorabia
Nicaragua

Original
Apr. 1,1966
Mar. 4,1968

Renewal

Amounts (in riiUions)
Expiration

Mar. 31,19671
Mar. 3,1969

1 No further drawings permitted after expiration.




Original
agreeraent
$12.5
4.8

Advance.'!
Repayraents
by the
to the
United States United States
$10.8

$7.8

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19

TABLE 94.—Summary of receipts, withdrawals, and balances of foreign currencies
acguired hy the United States without purchase with dollars, fiscal year 1968
[In U.S. doUar equivalents]
Balance held by Treasury Department, July 1,1967
$1,441, 904, 54L 83
Receipts:
Sale of surplus agricultural commodities pursuant to:
Title I, Public Law 480, Agricultural Trade Development
and Assistance Act of 1954, as araended (7 U.S.C. 1704-1705) _ $790, 714,934.97
Coimnodity Credit Corporation Charter Act (16 U.S.C.
713a)
219,578.94
Loans and other assistance:
Title I, Public Law 480, loan repayinents, including interest:
Sec. 104(e) loans to private enterprises...
24,624,771.04
Sec. 104(f) loans to foreign governments...
94,003,432.72
Sec. 612, Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2362) loan
repayraents including interest:
Developraent Loan Fund and Mutual Security Program. 175, 781, 355. 93
Inforraational media guaranties (22 U.S.C. 1442), principal
676,499. 70
Lend-lease and surplus property agreeraents (22 U.S.C. 412b) and
(50 App. U.S.C. 1641(b)(1), 1946 ed.) K
7,086,804.89
Bilateral agreeraents 5% and 10% counterpart funds (22 U.S.C.
1852(b))
4,356,046.29
Interest on public deposits
23,808,102.40
AU other sources
2 m^ 226, 388.32
Total coUections
Total available
Withdrawals:
Sold for dollars, proceeds credited to: 3
MisceUaneous receipts of the general fund
Coraraodity Credit Corporation, Agriculture..
Informational media guaranties fund, USIA
Other fund accounts
Total sold for dollars
Requisitioned for use without reuiibursement to the Treasury
pursuant to:
Sec. 104, Public Law 480. as araended (7 U.S.C. 1704).
Other authority.....
Total requisitioned without reimbursement

1,232,496,915.20
2,674,401.457.03
137,966,192.32
215,645, 601. 79
1,062,181.38
2 §2, 697, 784. 67
437,371, 760.16
664, 744,381. 24
136,323.33
654,880, 704.57

Total withdrawals
Adjustment for rate differences..
•
Balances held by Treasury Department, June 30, 1968...
Analysis of balance held by Treasury Departraent June 30, 1968:
Proceeds for credit to iniscellaneous receipts of the general fund
Proceeds for credit to agency accounts:
, Commodity Credit Corporation, Agriculture
Informational media guaranties fund, USIA.
Other
For program allocations:
Sec. 104, title I, Public Law 480, as amended
Total
Balances held by other executive agencies June 30, 1968, for purpose of:
Economic and technical assistance under Mutual Security Act
Programed uses under Agriculture Trade Developraent and Assistance Act
Military faraily housing in foreign countries
:.
Trust agreeraents with foreign countries..
Other
Total
Grand total

1,092,252,464.73
31,543,362.44
1,613,692,354.74
555,217,889.56
665,403,536.50
9,538.22
-50,263,696.69
543,325, 087.15
4 1,613,692,354.74
11, 798,438.55
612,865, 657.87
1,154,332.20
47,439, 533. 75
13,623,482.41
686,881,444.78
2,300,673,799.62

1 Collections under lend-lease and surplus property agreements will continue to be raade until such agreements are satisfied, although the act originaUy authorizing such action has been repealed.
2 Includes Special Letters of Credit activity araounting to $77,300,000.00.
3 Dollars acquired from the sale of foreign currencies are derived frora charges against the dollar appropriations of the Federal agencies which use the currencies. These dollar proceeds are credited to either
miscellaneous receipts or other appropriate accounts on the books of the Treasury.
4 Represents the doUar value of currencies held in the accounts of the Treasury Department only. Currencies transferred to agency accounts pursuant to requisitions submitted to the Treasury Departraent, or
Footnotes continue 011 following page.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
Footnotes to table 94—Continued

as otherwise authorized, are accounted for by the U.S. Governraent agencies. Balance,; held by executive
departraents and agencies as of June 30, 1988, are stated at the end of summary.
NOTE.—For the purpose of providing a common denorainator, the currencies of 97 foreign countries are
herein stated in U.S. dollar equivalents. It should not be assumed that doUars hi araou:its equal to the balances shown are actually available. PubUc Law 480 and the Mutual Security Act were converted at deposit
rates provided for in the international agreeraents with the respective countries. Thij greater portion of
these currencies is available to agencies without reimburseraent pursuant to legislative authority and, when
disbursed to the foreign governraents, will generaUy be accepted by thera at the deposit or collection rates.
Currencies available for sale for dollars and certain other U.S. uses were converted at ti.ie end of the nionth
or transactions during the month, these market rates being those used to pay U.S. obligations. The closing
balances were converted at the June 30, 1968, market rates.
For detailed data on collections and withdrawals by country and program, see part \ of the "Corabined
Stateraent of Receipts, Expenditures and Balances of the United States Governraent for the Fiscal Year
ended June 30, 1968."

T A B L E 95.—Balances of foreign currencies acquired hy ihe United States without
purchase wiih dollars, J u n e 30, 1968
Country

Afghanistan
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bahamas.
Barbados
Belgium.
Bermuda
Bolivia
BrazU
British Honduras.
Burma
Cambodia.
Cameroon
Ceylon
Chile
China..
Colorabia
Congo, Republic
of the.
Costa Rica
Cyprus
Czechoslovakia..Denmark
Dominican
Republic.
EcuadorEl Salvador
'..
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Germany,
Federal Republic of.
Germany, E a s t . . .
Ghana.Greece.Guatemala
Guinea
Guyana
Honduras
Hungary
Iceland
India...
(Nepal,
U.S.D.O.)
Indonesia
Iran
Ireland
Israel
Italy...
Ivory Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan

In Treasury accounts
Currency

Afghani
Peso.
Dollar
SchiUing
Dollar
DoUar
Franc
Pound.--..Peso.
Cruzeho
Dollar
Kyat
Riel....
CFA Franc.
Rupee
Escudo
N.T. doUar.
PesoZahe
Colon...
Pound.Koruna.,
Kjrone...
Peso
Sucre
Colon.
Dollar
Markka
Franc.
W.D. Mark..

Foreign currency

DoUar
equivalent

—72,135, 224. 59
—627,484. 64
-8,994. 92
-87,828. 62
-638.31
-22,735.08
76, 608. 03
-841.12
1, 256, 559. 20
-21,584,028.74
-215.47
61,776,177. 96
-293,398.80

—930,777. 09
—1, 507.10
-10,013.27
- 3 , 408.17
-610. 29
-11,333.54
1, 522. 55
-2,006. 98
104,278. 76
-6,745,008. 98
-125. 57
10,939,399. 63
-8,399. 62

33, 224,812. 52
-16,646,365.73
390, 072,429. 67
- 4 , 929, 732.44
-7,906. 71

In Age Qcy accounts
Foreign
currency
77, 544. 696. 57

Dollar
equivalent

5,621,795. 69
-2,161,735.81
9,751,810.74
-303,368.15
-16,813.42

527: 484, 64
994, 92
345 02
538, 31
22, 736. 08
1,370, 014.00
841,12
151,112, 079. 71
27,913, 200, 13
215, 47
156, 40
12, 567, 886, 22
4,459, 930, 00
18,388, 828.31
21,321, 329. 87
82,417, 176. 61
4,929, 732. 44
622,,162.62

1,000, 576. 73
1, 507.10
10, 013. 27
7,386. 30
510. 29
11,333. 54
27, 263. 96
2, 006. 98
12, 540, 421. 56
8,722,875. 04
125. 57
8,161,452.87
359,802. 06
18.129.80
3, 111, 478. 87
2,769, 003.88
2.060.429.41
303,368.16
1, 244,326. 24

-287,222.86
-28, 546.18
7,163,346.71
769,046. 97
-360, 299. 24

-36,495. 91
-68,800.14
994,088. 64
103,076. 69
-350,299.24

325,404. 06
39,068. 52
8. 210. 29
29. 052. 96
360,350.19

41,347. 41
94,163.72
572.15
3,893. 98
360, 360.19

18,164,150.41
-8,305.88
1,390,363.32
190,709. 00
11, 599,098. 52
-3,279,369. 24

816,388.32
-3,322.36
660,404.39
45,744. 54
2,333,822. 65
-822,721.84

818,384. 09
8.305. 88
543,306. 27
20.910. 00
436.669. 20
3. 294,341. 40

36,781.31
3, 322. 35
218,986. 80
6,015. 59
87,861. 00
826,478. 03

E.D. Mark....
Cedi
Drachma
Quetzal
Franc.
Dollar
Lempira
Forint
Krona
Rupee
Indian Rupee..

32, 042. 69
1,191,483. 85
45,149, 527. 00
3 242 71
1, 669, 035i 093! 00
- 1 , 389. 00
-557. 00
411, 720. 00
1, 652, 283. 21
6,446, 774, 025.10

2, 584. 09.
1.175. 033. 38
5, 873,186, 56
1, 504,984. 23
3,318,854, 50
-3,242. 71
3 242 71
6,770,933.44 6,160, 237^ 351 00
-692.42
1,389. 00
37,461 75
-278. 50
106, 049, 80
8, 577. 50
107,376, 00
29,023. 07
716,680,792. 78 2,116,816,016, 56
61,119,447, 72

5, 792, 096. 22
n o , 628. 48
3,242. 71
20,934, 025. 76
692. 42
18, 730. 88
2, 209. 37
1,886. 09
278,396, 712. 73
6, 726,243.12

Rupiah
Rial
Pound
Pound
Lira
CFA F r a n c .
Pound
Yen
Dinar

485, no, 510. 63
-50,686,427.00
-127.61
20,854, 381. 43
-108,552,445.00
-107,609,606.00
-620. 51
8, 621,239,145. 00
-482,042. 01

1,422, 611. 47
6.751.887, 27
-675, 552. 36
100,858.998, 00
-304. 63
416. 42
6,958, 394. 70
63, 329.471, 18
-173,683.91 5, 562, 611,112, 00
-437,030.92
107, 644,081, 00
-1,48L99
620, 51
23, 947, 886. 61
2, 552, 607. 00
- 1 , 350, 257. 71
1, 007,151, 63

19,800.26
1, 344, 786. 64
994. 08
18,094,134. 62
8,900,177. 78
437,171. 06
1,481.99
7. 090. 30
2,821.153.02




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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 95.—Balances of foreign currencies acquired hy the United Staies without
purchase wiih dollars, J u n e SO, 1968—Continued
I n T r e a s u r y accounts
Country

Foreign currency

Kenya
Korea
.
Laos.-.
Lebanon
Libya
Malawi
Malaysia
MaU._
Mexico
Morocco
Nepal
Netherlands
N e w Zealand
Nicaragua
NigerNigeria...
Norway
Pakistan
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Rumania
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Somali
S o u t h Africa
Spain
Sudan...
Surinam
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian A r a b
Republic.
Tanzania...
Thailand
Trinidad
Tunisia
Turkey
Uganda
United Arab
Republic.
United Kingdom.
U p p e r Volta
Uruguay
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yugoslavia
Zambia

I n Agency accounts

Currency

Shilling.
Won
Kip
Pound..
Pound..
Pound..
Dollar...
Franc...
Peso....L
Dirham.
N. Rupee
GuUder
Dollar
Cordoba
CFA F r a n c .
Pound
Krone
Rupee..
Guarani
Sol
..
Peso.
Zloty
Escudo..
Lei
CFA Franc.
Leone...
Shilling
Rand..:
Peseta.^
Pound.:.
Florin...
Krona...
Franc
Pound

-778.826.15
-1,073,290,517.29
- 3 1 7 , 492. 61
- 7 6 . 51
- 6 , 232. 63
- 8 , 085. 28
- 9 , 860. 93
- 9 2 , 936, 789. 00
- 2 7 , 748. 50
118,187, 223. 76
- 9 7 8 , 612. 28
-2,907.12
- 4 . 1 6 7 . 00
- 5 4 , 944. 79
627,353, 846. 58
-60,275,037.79
- 5 6 , 553, 360. 76
-1,303,199.61
11, 065,740,175. 92
- 2 4 4 , 342. 84
-302,529.376.00
-1,136.85
- 9 4 , 262. 375. 00
336. 673. 84
- 8 4 7 . 50
- 4 1 , 908. 67
984,128. 33
-6,313,347.67

Shilling.
Baht....
T & T dollar..
Dinar...
Lira
.
Shilling.
Pound..

-14,040.00
-1,442,012.99
-1,037.10
9, 809,165. 42
-159,432,107.67
-292,489.25
78.311.917.54

Pound
CFA F r a n c .
Peso....
Bolivar.'
Piastre..
Dinar...
Kwacha

-232,182.12

Total....

-1,411.80
-15,606.75
4, 080, 766, 398.16
724, 741, 679. 77
- 8 , 519. 96

DoUar
equivalent

Foreign
cm-rency

-109,155. 73
778,826.16
-3,919,979.96 1,297, 590, 601. 81
- 1 , 3 2 2 . 8 9 1,767, 086,931.12
- 2 4 . 29
76.51
-17,596.34
15,488. 52
-19,477.91
8,085. 28
-3,235.21
9, 860. 93
-189,666.92
362. 089,444. 00
- 2 , 221. 68
27, 748. 50
23, 403,410. 64
51, 162, 726. 72
15,495.47
- 2 7 1 , 008. 68
1, 346, 043. 06
2,907.12
- 3 , 258. 73
4,157. 00
-593.86
387, 754. 00
27,193. 84
54, 944. 79
- 7 , 700. 74
417, 997,886. 96
130, 291, 515. 38
- 4 7 8 . 373. 32
448, 911, 521. 96
56, 880, 737. 76
-1,249,797.85
5, 624,840.80
—333, 213. 91
461, 072, 507. 33
73, 352. 08
- 8 , 540. 47
244, 342. 84
1, 085. 56
304, 029, 376. 00
-1,229.794.21
41.90
114, 630. 09
-1,603.00
1, 280. 63
-1,354,344.46
100, 376, 325. 60
2, 353, 629. 20
968. 566. 87
- 4 5 3 . 45
847. 50
- 8 , 1 2 4 . 60
41,908. 67
229.186. 39
40, 648. 32
-1.517,631.65
27, 293,347. 67
-1,967.76
-69,932.73
-517.00
18, 684,124. 62
-17,714,678.63
- 4 0 , 9 9 3 . 69
140.950.175.66

DoUar
equivalent
109,155. 73
4, 739,191. 39
7,362,862. 22
24.29
43,728.16
19,477. 91
3,235. 21
738,958. 05
2,221. 66
10,131, 232. 97
1, 510. 28
372, 761. 85
3, 258. 73
593.86
21,901. 44
76,408. 68
7, 700. 74
86, 811, 606. 84
3, 562, 789. 86
1, 257, 032. 88
1,438,210.39
3,056. 34
8, 540. 47
9L38
1,235,891. 78
50.95
16,145. 08
1.805. 74
1.442,188. 58
6, 771, 085.16
453.45
8,124. 60
9.468. 31
6, 580,900. 88

14, 040. 00
20. n o , 798. 92
1,037.10
3,767,765.89
177,816, 079. 69
292,489. 25
68.570,466.10

1,987. 76
975. 305. 48
517.00
7.176, 696. 93
19,767. 342. 21
40,-993. 69
101,818,693.46

755, 974. 28
36, 000, 000. 00
-5.66
1,315,482. 58
- 3 , 4 7 9 . 76
15, 606. 75
34, 582, 766. 09 2, 962,960, 942. 62
67,979, 334. 38
145. 314,844. 70
-12,02L96
8. 519. 96

1.802, 084.11
146, 341. 48
5, 272. 48
3,479.76
25,109.838. 49
11, 625.187. 58
12.021. 98

-563,473.46

11,613,1

!,354.74

1686,881,444.78

1 F o r t h e p u r p o s e of providing a c o m m o n d e n o m i n a t o r , t h e currencies of 97 foreign countries are herein
stated in U . S . doUar equivalents. I t should n o t be assumed t h a t dollars in a m o u n t s equal to t h e balances
s h o w n are actually avaUable.




Indebtedness of Foreign Governments
T A B L E 96.—Status of indebtedness of foreign governments io the United Staies arising from World War I as of J u n e 30, 1968
Original i n d e b t e d ness

Interest through
J u n e 30, 1968

Cmnulative payments
- Total outstanding

Total
Principal

Armenia
Austria 1
Belgium
Cuba
Czechoslovakia
Estonia
Finland
France
Great BrUain
Greece.
Hungary*
Italy
Latvia
Liberia
Lithuania
Nicaragua 5
Poland...
Rumania
Russia
Yugoslavia
Total

$11,969,917.49
26,843,148.66
419,837,630.37
10,000,000.00
185,071,023.07
16,466,012.87
8,999,999.97
4,089,689,588.18
4,802,181,641.56
334,319,843.67
1,982,555.50
2,042,364,319.28
6,888,664.20
26,000.00
6,432,465.00
141,960.36
207,344,297.37
68,359,192.46
192,601,297.37
63,677,712.55

$29,185,065.34
44,058.93
327,200,720.47
2,286,751.58
115,647,678.99
22,442,310.01
11,637,950.96
3,372,178,164.64
7,132,031, 958.11
3,493,628.26
2,841,815.91
354,784,720.22
9,489,878.91
10,471.56
8,827,681.50
26,625.48
286,609,084.38
53,076,784.32
485,719,744.37
27,982,152.92

12,195,087,259.92

12,245,517,146.86

$41, 144.982.83
26, 887, 207. 69
747, 038.350.84
12, 286, 751. 58
300, 718, 602.06
38, 908,322.88 .
20, 637, 950. 93
7,461, 867, 752.82
11, 934, 213, 599. 67
37, 813, 471.93
4, 824,371.41
2,397, 149,039. 50
16, 378,543.11
38,471.56
15, 260,146.60
168, 575.84
493 953,381.75
121. 435, 976.77
678, 321,041.74 .
91 559.865. 47
24, 440, 604, 406. 78

J T h e F e d e r a l R e p u b l i c of G e r m a n y has recognized liability for securities faUing d u e
b e t w e e n M a r . 12, 1938 a n d M a y 8, 1946.
2 $7,419,970.26 h a s been m a d e avaiiable for e a u c a t i o n a i exchange progranis w i i h i^ inl a n d p m s u a n t to 20 U . S . C . 222-224.
3 I n c l u d e s $13,155,921.00 refunded b y t h e agreeraent of M a y 28,1964. T h e agreeraent w a s
ratified b y (IJongress N o v . 5, 1966.




$17.49 .
862,668.00 .
19,157, 630.37
10, 000, 000.00
19,829, 914.17
2 4,484,999.97
226,039, 588.18
434,181, 641. 66
1,049, 702. 27
73, 995. 50
37,464, 319.28
9, 200.00
26, 000.00
234, 783.00
141. 950.38
6 1,287,297.37
7 4,498,632.02
1, 952, 712. 55

Unmatm-ed
principal

Interest

$33,033,6
:,642.87
2, 286,:
1,751.58
304,:
,178.09
1, 248,4
!,432.07
2 11, 637, r
•,950.96
260,036,3 302.82
i
,
1, 690, 672, r
!,656.18
i
,
3, 406,'. 251.76
!,924.26
482,!
1,560.88
63,365, i
752,3
!,349.07
10,^
1,471.56
,173.58
1, 003,:
26,, 625.48
i(
21,359,0
1.000.18
7 292, r
!,376.20
8 8, 750,;
1,311.88
636, , 059.14
i(

761,295,052.09 1,999,305,017.58

$41,144,965.34...-^
26,024,539.59
694,847,077.60
$189,780,000.00

Principal and
interest d u e a n d
unpaid
$41,144,965.34
26,024,639.59
605,067,077.60

280,584,509.80
83,400,000.00
197,184,609.80
37,659,890.81
8,639,000.00
29,020,890.81
4,515,000.00
4,515,000.00
6,975,791,861.82 1,709,919,070.79
5,265,872,791.03
9,909,359,301.93 2,337,000,000.00
7,572,359,301.93
33,357,517.90
20,790,141.40
12,567,376.50
4,267,451.65
1,053,635.00
3,213,816.65
2,296,319,159.34 1,127,400,000.00
1,168,919,159.34
15,616,994.04
3,648,300.00
11,968,694.04
14,022,189.92
471.307.084.20
116,644,969.55
669,570,729.86
88,971,093.78
21,680,004,337.13

3,355,037.00
111,324.000.00
30,794,000.00
34,138,000.00

10,667,152.92
369.983.084.20
85,850,969.55
669,570,729.86
54,833,093.78

g
g
£
3
U^
g
Q
>
f
>
g
3
S
2
2
M

5,665,756,184.19 16,014,248,152.94

4 I n t e r e s t p a y m e n t s from Dec. 16,1932 to J u n e 15,1937 were p a i d in pengo e q u i v a l e n t .
5 T h e i n d e b t e d n e s s of N i c a r a g u a w a s canceled p u r s u a n t to t h e a g r e e m e n t of A p r . 14,
iySS.
6 Excludes claim allowance of $1,813,428.69 d a t e d D e c . 15, 1929.
7 Excludes p a y m e n t of $100,000.00 on J u n e 14, 1940, as a t o k e n of good faith.
8 P r i n c i p a l l y proceeds frora liquidation of R u s s i a n assets in t h e U n i t e d States.

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T A B L E 97.—Status of German World War I indebtedness as of J u n e 30, 1968
Funded
indebtedness
Agreeraents as of June 23, 1930,
and May 26, 1932:
Mixed claims (reichsmarks). - > 1,632,000,000. 00
Army costs (reichsraarks)
1,048,100,000.00
Total (reichsraarks)
U.S. dollar equivalent 3 . . .
Agreeraent of Febmary 27, 1963,
mixed clairas (U.S. dollars)

Interest through
June-30, 1968

CuraiUative payraents
Total

Principal

Interest

Principal and
interest due and
unpaid

pi

O

"^
W

630,360,000.00
611,549,55L50

2, 282,360,000. 00
1,669,649,661.60

81,600,000.00
60,600,000.00

5,610,000.00
856,406.25

2,175,150,000.00
1,608,193,145.25

2,680,100. 000.00 1, 241,909,651. 50

3,922,009,661. 60

132,200,000. 00

6,466,406. 25

3, 783,343,145. 25

$1,059,107,665.84

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Total outstanding principal

530,400,000.00

1,644,750,000.00
1,608,193,145.26

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630,400,000. 00

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$1,311,911,970.74

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97,500,000.00

67,500,000.00 .

40,000,000.00

40,000,000.00
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1 Agreeraent of Feb. 27, 1963, provided for canceUation of 24 bonds totaling 489,600,000
reichsraarks and issuance of 26 dollar bonds totaling $97,500,000.00. The doUar bonds
mature serially over 25 years beginning Apr. 1,1953. All unmatured bonds are of $4,000,000.00 denoraination.
2 Includes 4,027,611.95 reichsmarks (1,629,049.45 on raoratoriura agreement (Array
costs) and 2,498,662.50 (interest on funded agreement) deposited by German Governraent
in the Konversionskasse fur Deutsche Auslandsschulden and not paid to the United
States in dollars as required by the debt and raoratorium agreeraent.




3 The unpaid portion of this indebtedness is converted at 40.33 cents to the reichsmarks, which was the exchange rate at the time of default. The 1930 agreement provided
for a conversion formula for payments relathig to the time of payraent. These figures are
estiraates raade solely for this statistical report.
4 Pajrments converted to U.S. doUars at rate applicable at the time of payraent, i.e.,
40.33 cents or 23.82 cents to the reichsraark.

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as of June SO, 1968, hy area, country, and major program ^
[In miUions of doUars]

Area and country

Western Europe:
Austria
Belgiura
Cyprus
. .
Denmark.,
Finland
France
Germany, Federal RepubUc of
Greece
Iceland
Ireland
.
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
.
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden .
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
European Atomic Energy Community
Kuropean Mreei a n d u o a l i;oTnTnnriii.y

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Maintenance
Supply Services Agency)
Western Emope—Regional
Total Western Europe
Footnotes at end of table.




Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

Under Agricultmal Trade Development Lend-lease,
and Assistance Act
Under
smplus
Commodity
foreign
property,
Credit
and other Corporation
assistance Loans of foreign currencies Long term
war
doUar
export
(and related) •
accounts 2
To foreign
To private
credits 3
credits
acts
governments enterprises

16.9
3L2
3L8'.
9.8
16.7
24.9
6.9
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75.4
290.2
6.0
456.7
61.6
37.0
28.3

1,137. 5

40.2
28."7'
3.7
12.7
8L1
16.0
105.5

(*)

24.6 .
.8
18.6

L8 .
.6 .

63.3
9.2 .

5.4

4.1

0.2 .

18.3
3.4

2.5

2.7 .
191.4 .

. 8.3 .
8.6 .

315.3
123.6

189.3 :

241.2

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(*)
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473. 2

(*)

29.6 .

3,028.6
47.5

40.4
76.6
L9
28.7
67.6
312.7
3L2
210.0
34.5
105.6
48.4
2.0
66.5
23.2
109.6
644.6
6.0
4, 273. 7
846.3
84.6
60.4

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5.6
298.6
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2.0
65.5
21.0
23.2
54.3

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credits

489.7

8.3

279.8

787.0

57.6

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as of J u n e 30, 1968, by area, country, and major program ^—Continued

Area and country

Under
ExportImport
B a n k Act

Other Europe:
Czechoslovakia.
Hungary
Poland
Soviet U n i o n . . .




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a n d Assistance A c t

Under
foreign
assistance L o a n s of foreign currencies
(and related)
acts
T o foreign
To private
g o v e r n r a e n t s enterprises

L o n g tei-m
doUaicredits

Lend-lease,
surplus
property,
a n d other
war
accounts 2

4.9 .
3.6
10.3
176.6 .
194.0

49.0 .

Total other E u r o p e .
Asia:
Afghanistan
Burma..
Ceylon
China (Taiwan)
India..
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq..
Israel
Japan
Jordan
Korea
Kuwait
Lebanon
Malaysia
Nepal
Pakistan
Phihppines
R y u k y u Islands

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Corporation
export
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55.8 .

4.9
6.7
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291.1

62.
392.
1.
3.
42.
1.
6.
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26.1
28.0
16.2
172.9
2,311.8
66.7
169.0
204.!
12.0
185.3
2.9
19.8 .
.4
1,063.3
40.9

0.2
14.7
9.6 .
32.8
1,617.2
13.0 .
30.0
209.3
100.7
.9

8.0
73.0
2.3
8.7

7.6 .
34.4
85.3
87.8
16.5
10.4
25.1

116.1 .
1.9
36.3
24.1
304.5

2.1
.2

"2i."6"
23.3

2.2
363.8
13.1

11.9
4.4

34.4 .
12.2
7.4 .

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10.0
.4 .
10.2

57.2
42.6
33.3
422.9
4,397. 5
291.2
308.3
20.1
501.0
798.1
16.4
210.5
42.6
27.9
26.4
2.5
1,611.0
155.0
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Syria
ThaUand
Turkey
Vietnam
Total Asia

1,192.6

Western Heniisphere:
Argentina
Bahanias
..
.
Bolivia
BrazU
ChUe
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Colombia
:...
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
.
El Salvador
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras.
Jaraaica:
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panaraa
Paraguay
Peru
Surinam
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguav
Venezuela
Central American Bank for Econoniic Integration
Western Heniisphere—Unspecified.
Total Western Heniisphere

218.6
17.3
33.4
578.4
232.5
40.3
15.2
36.3
17.8
14.1
1.9
10.1

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86.4
67.4
707.1
455.3
378.9
37.0
104.6
76.8
45.1
22.7
6.9
5.3
25.8
6.4
77.2
31.8
52.0
16.3
93.8
1.0

29.1
1.0
5.8
287.5
4.0
18.8
6.6
63.5
10.6
2.3
66.9

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5,189.0

18.3
139.7
26. 0

1,712.1

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Africa:
Algeria
Cameroon
n./^no•/^ mv^.r7rTnrr^^/^^

58.1
1.9
52.8
723.3
33.7

26.6
12.0

2,481.7
.

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11.0
3.3
154.5
2,576.2

36.8
146.0

329.2

. .

36^9

502.9

35.9

24.6

0.9
16.5
46.7
28.0
12.7

0.8

4.7

8.0
59.8
29.0
12.3

.4

.5
1.3

1.0

.1 .
10.1
6.4
15 3
.3

1.2
1.2

4.4
1.2

(*)

141.4

10.9

5.4

152.5

7.9

15.8

10.4
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9,996.4
305.9
17.3
126.0
408.9
745.3
445.6
52.2
36.3
142.8
101. 7
47.1
33.4
6.9
34.5
26.8
12.1
374.8
35.8
70.8
34.9
174.9
LO
10.6
3L8
206.6
26.0
6.7

20.5
5.8
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7.5
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58.1
13.2
82.8
926.6
33.7

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a s of J u n e 30, 1 9 6 8 , hy a r e a , c o u n t r y , a n d m a j o r p r o g r a m ^ — C o n t i n u e d

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Under
ExportIraport
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Area and country

Africa—Continued
Ethiopia
Ghana
•
Guinea.
Ivory Coast
Kenya
Liberia
Malagasy Republic
Malawi
MaU...
Morocco
Niger
Nigeria
Senegal
:
Sierre Leone
Somalia
South Africa
Sudan
Tanzania
Tunisia
Uganda
>
United Arab RepubUc
Zambia
Africa—Regional
Total Africa




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Under
and Assistance Act
surplus
foreign
property,
assistance Loans of foreign currencies Long term
and other
(and related)
doUar
war
To foreign To private
credits
acts
accounts 2
governments enterprises

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Credit
Corporation
export
credits 3

Other
credits

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29.6
69.9
7.0
1.7
2.2 .
39.9

7.3
65.7
1.3
86.6

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3.7

LO

6.1
3.1
3.4
4.3
11.4
2.0

42.5
132.4
11.6
8.3
13.6
146.6

18.2

(*)

(*)
5.6
4.4
.1
10.2
'

4.1
1.9
23.4
11.6

.2
.2
258.9
.4
2L3
L8

4.6
5.2
10.2
118.9
4.8
75.0

4.3

699.2

13.3

"'ii'.'b'

'i4.'5"

"343.'0'

'62.'3"^

9.0

4.7

216.4

4.8

7.2

.2
.2
323.7
.4
26.7
.4
12.0
4.6
4.1
17.7
10.2
182.5
4.8
518.3
1L5

429.3

2.0

121. 2

18.2

79.5

1,586.7

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Australia
New Zealand
Total Oceania..
United Nations
Worldwide—Unspecified <
TotalaU areas

306.9
19.2

13.2
.3

326.1

13. 5 . .

0.1
.1 .

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339.7
91.9

228. 6

4,822.2

9,198.6

91.9
4L4

3,192.6

23,65L4

— 187.3

3,636.6

1 Includes estiraates for the U.S. doUar equivalent of receivables denominated in other
than doUars and/or payable at the option of the debtor in foreign currencies, goods or
services. The total araount of such estimates approximates $5,925.9
raiUion.
2 Data under lend-lease, surplus property, and other war accounts include $1.3 raiUion
for surplus property credits adrainistered by departments other than the Treasury
which are not reported in the " Status of accounts under lend-leaseand surplus property
agreements" hi table 99. Data exclude $104.9 miUion in defaulted short-terra "cash"
settlements, deferred or otherwise past-due interest which are reported in table 99.




320.1
19.6

..

161.7

882.7

1,510.1

246.9

3 includes only those credits of 1 year or raore.
^ Credits extended under the Foreign Assistance Act for mUitary credits and sold to
the Export-Import Bank amount to $228.6 railhon. This araomit is deducted from the
Foreign Assistance Act and added to the Export-Iraport Bank. In addition $41.3 niillion of mUitary credits extended under the Foreign Assistance Act are outstanding in
unspecified countries.
*Less than $50,000.

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S t a t u s of a m o u n t s o u t s t a n d i n g

Credits
Settlement
ObUgation a n d
interest billed
(net)

C o u n t r y , etc.

CoUections
U . S . doUars

Total
outstanding

Foreign c u r r e n c y
(in U . S . dollar
equivalent)

Amounts past
due 1

O t h e r credits

D u e over a
period of years
b y agreeinent

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Austria
Belgium
Burraa
Canada
China
Czechoslovakia
Denraark
Ethiopia
Finland
France
G e r r a a n y , F e d e r a l R e p u b l i c of
Greece
Greenland
HungaiT
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Italy
Japan
Korea
Liberia
Lebanon..
Luxembom-g
Middle E a s t
Netheriands
N e w Zealand
Norway
Pakistan
Philippines
Poland
Saudi Arabia




.....

.

$44,061,710.80
10,691,496.95
116,627,909.50
6,708,049.14
388,766,007.77
182,365,115.45
10,374,289.06
5,240,272.66
4,558,968.36
24,894,584.18
1,266.751.132.37
3 224,247.095.37
72,125.900.32
8,361.28
21,438, 69L 74
4,855,98L42
n 9 8 , 1 7 4 , 3 7 L 24
83,032,902.64
44,428,230.47
54.00
267,858,284.96
13,728,409.82
34,417,784.94
19,440,619.66
1,656,638.01
120. 00
50,377,089.88
176,795,845.11
4,935,288.23
21,277,848.08
40,308,976.14
6,000,000.00
50,453,542.06
21,427,119.60

$34, 535,924. 87
3, 054,425.08
39, 246, o n . 78
1, 006, 394. 68
388,765,007.77 .
16, 062,109.14
596, 730. 50
4, 266,935. 24
3,899,523. 26
16,366,632. 66
854, 361,662. 99
3, 683,448. 84
41, 603, 761.41
8,351.28 .
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184, 777,327.13
43,024, 232. 71
3,027, 267.46
64.00 .
163, 553, 086. 81

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$8, 662,
6,980,
11,901,
6,560,

268. 75
264.86
267. 53
577.14

1,591, 795. 64
1,062,961. 46
931,000.00
23,620. 60
2, 271,136.46
51,445, 798. 03
218,756,344.92
28,282,457. 25

$863,617.18
556,807.01
61, 340,822.18
14-2,077.32

159,773,875.46
8,521, 770. 94 /
1 2 - 3 ; 584; 435. 73
1,990, 965. 94
6, 723, 631.17
42, 337.42
635, 814. 50
5, 559,109. 72
697, 805. 34
298,540,933.06
61,402, 738. 29
1,808,301.61
1,204,685.20
1,156, 763. C
2 -1,766.62
1, 818, 002. 31

16,166, 687. 56
286,608.31 .
6,943.404. 63
3, 765.000. 00
7.829,287.39 .

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904, 647.09

98, 269, 393. 91
12,971,483. 00
2, 524,307. 70

3, 541, 571.44
756,926.82
3, 977, 576. 38

521,818. 51
11,142,266. 72
103,219,746. 41
2,176,363, 59
11,262,135.23
40,308,976.14

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21,427,119.60

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4,970,478. 75

81,622, 008. 36
- 3 , 684,436. 73
1, 753,162. 42

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5,559,109. 72
298, 640, 933. 06
1,808,301. 61
1, 204, 685. 20
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3,454,00'.87
72,819.82
6,165, 685.10
35,339,022.74
33, 571, 675. 63

2, 210, 561. 31

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28,383,412.29 ..
644, 920. 86
1,580,637.90 ..

27,915,900. 86
18,172,682.39

6,965,881. 44

20,950, 019. 42
18,172, 682. a"

1,134,819.50 --

39 234,823.16
45,192, 688.41
1,989,621.28
8,435,074.95

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2,494,232.80 .

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10,385,744.17 .

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124,382. 50
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124,382. 50
5,985. 80
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1,415,510.78
Sweden
2,115,456.91
ThaUand
7,064,989.28
Turkey
14,474,333.51
Union of South Africa
117,774,297.35
United Kingdom
1,124,683,562.11
U.S.S.R
339,897,888.45
Yugoslavia
713,167.09
Araerican Republics
136,685,117.19
American Red Cross
2,023,386.90
Federal agencies
243,114,726.52
Militai-y withdrawals
187,629.76
Miscellaneous iteras
1,472,077.38
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Adrainistration
.
7,226,762.25
Total

5,404,676,573.59

1,371,931.69 .
240,689.98
2,235,736.09
11,082,482.30
116,608,622.69
415,267,226.48
164,231,433.43
63,376.50
114,366,404.88
2,023,388.90
243,092,796.09
649.00
1,138,673.15

50,112.60
650,931.47
1,281,136.93
923,186.68
154, 635,335. 62

16,300. 00
11,921,129.75

623,065. 20
3,154,183. 21

43, 679. 09

43,579.09

514,794,820. 27
175,666,453. 02
10, 425. 39
7,244,399. 35

'""494,'399.'35'

5 514, 794,820. 27
104,767,883. 37
10,425.39
6 6,750,000. 00

334,687,998.79 7 1,309,611,606.10

203,429,138.33

1,106,082,467.77

70,898, 589. 65

21,930.43
186,980.76
335, 504. 23

7,226,762.26
3,105,782,477.58

1 Principal and interest considered past due as of June 30, 1968, and items subject to
negotiation.
2 Credit. Represents amounts coUected under advance payment agreeraents not
applied to outstanding indebtedness.
3 Reduced due to settlement of a third party claira.
4 Agreement provides for repayraent of 37,099,999.99 rupees.
5 Includes $66,203,924.76 principal and interest postponed pursuant to agreement.
6 Represents amount which is postponed by agreeraent pending settleraent of certain
clahns.




1,824,653.33
4,178,321. 72
2, no, 714.28
242,487.98
39,886,179. 74

654,694,491.12

7 Includes $377,829,868.44 due under surplus property agreeraents, $641,426,618.98
due under lend-lease settleraent agreeraents, and $293,841,321.03 due under other lendlease agreeraents.
NOTE.-^No settlement agreeraent for lend-lease has been reached with China, Greece,
or the U.S.S.R.

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T A B L E 100.—Comparative statement of securities of Government corporations and other business-type activities held hy the Treasury, J u n e 30^
1958-68
[Face a m o u n t , in milUoris of dollars. O n basis of daily T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s , see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " ]
Agency
A g e n c y for I n t e m a t i o n a l D e v e l o p m e n t
C o m m o d i t y Credit C o r p o r a t i o n . .
E x p o r t - I i n p o r t B a n k of t h e U n i t e d States i .
F e d e r a l H o u s i n g A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , general insurance fund
F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association:
M a n a g e m e n t a n d l i q u i d a t i n g functions
Secondary raarket operations
Special assistance functions
P u b U c H o u s i n g programs
R u r a l Electrification A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
Saint L a w r e n c e Seaway D e v e l o p m e n t Corporation
Secretary of Agriculture, F a r m e r s H o m e A d m i n i s t r a t i o n :
R u r a l housing d h e c t loan account
D h e c t loan account
R u r a l housing insurance fund
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Secretary of Coinmerce, M a r i t i m e A d r a i n i s t r a t i o n : F e d e r a l s h i p
raortgage insurance fund
Secretary of H o u s h i g a n d U r b a n D e v e l o p m e n t :
CoUege housing loans
P u b l i c facility loans
U r b a n renewal fund
Secretary of t h e Interior:
B u r e a u of Commercial Fisheries, F e d e r a l s h i p m o r t g a g e
insm-ance fund, fishing vessels
B u r e a u of Mines, h e l i u m fund
Secretary of t h e T r e a s u r y (Federal Civil Defense A c t of 1950)
Tennessee Valley A u t h o r i t y
U . S . Information Agency
.-.
V e t e r a n s ' A d r a i n i s t r a t i o n (veterans' direct loan program)
Virgin Islands Corporation




^^
1967

1960

1958
1,188
11,628
1, 528
1,348
154
35
2,728
97

1,164
12,874
1,937
1,140
42 .
1,170
27
2,923
112

1,138
12,704
1,636
719

1,107
11, 634
1,698
1,441

1,062
12,990
1,830
1,323

77
216

1.843
32
3.484
121

104
229

164
272

232

35

31
223

1,762
32
3,332
121

29

'i,'6i9"
29
3,155
118

1
389
14
73

594
38

988
60
165

1,172
1,544
26 .
3.657
123

735
13,990
830
993
4 .
1.395

712
13,111
513
881

1968

689
11,768
178
10

662
10,097

766

O
tei

776

'i.'ois'

25

'554'

11,989
362
10
67
906

3.828
123

4.075
124

4,234
125

4.618
126

4,770
129

391

492

651
698

663

663

663

23

38

81

176

153

24
169

6

10

7

1,632
113
360

1,746
161
410

196
576

2,305
264
675

203
400

1,366
170
400

2

22

(*) 41

64

94

95
22
1,730
1

100
22
1,730
1

100
22
1,730
1

100
22
1,730
1

W
tei
Ul

tei
o
Pi
tei

>

2

1,227
80
260

1

779
48
150

807
13,604
1,476

Pi
tei
hd
O
Pi

Pi
Kl

o
tei

Pi

tei

>

(*)
17
780

20
930

—-

19
1,180

(*)

(*)

20
1,330
1

20
1,530
1

(*)

60
21
1,730
1

(*)
85
21
1,730
1

(*)

Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended:
Export-Import Bank of Washhigton.
General Services Admhiistration
Secretary of Agricultme
Secretary of the Interior, Defense Minerals Exploration
Admmistration
Secretary of the Treasury
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund. Armory Board,
D.C
Total

30
1,439
59

26
1,684
59

20
1,715
64

10
1,765
65

1,790
65

1,804
66

1,921
66

1,945
78

1,912
79

1,737
79

1,737
81

30
167

32
151

32
140

32
93

31
91

32
21

32

33

33

35

36

1

1

1

21,859

25,343

26,636

26,011

28,634

29,172

29,256

28,354

26,964

24,611

(*)

1

1

(*)
27,040

* Less than $500,000.
1 Name changed frora Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47).




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326

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

T A B L E 101.—Capital stock of Government agencies held hy the Treasury or other
Government agencies J u n e 30, 1967 and 1968, and changes during 1968
Class and
issuing agent

Capital stock of
Government corporations:
Held by the Secretary of the
Treasury:
Export-Import
Bank of the
United States.i
Federal Crop Insmance Corporation.
Federal National
Mortgage Association,
secondary market operations.
Public Houshig
prograras.
Held by the Secretary of Agriculture, Coramodity Credit
Corp.
Held by the Governor
of Farm Credit
Adniinistration:
Banks for cooperatives.
Federal intermediate credit
banks.
Total capital
stock.

Date of
Amount owned
authorizing act
June 30. 1967

Advances

Repayments
and other
reductions

June 16,1933, $1,000,000,000.00
as aniended.
Feb. 18, 1938,
as araended.
Aug. 2,1964,
as araended.

Sept. 1, 1937,
as aniended.
June 16, 1933,
as araended.

.do..
July 26, 1958..

Amount owned
June 30. 1968

$1,000,000,000.00

40,000,000.00

40, 000, 000.00

141,820,304.97 $21,000,000.00

162,820,304.97

1,000.000.00

1,000.000.00

100,000,000.00

100,000. 000.00

37,486,400.00

$7,254,000.00

125, 789,120.00 .

1,446,095.824.97

30, 232.400.00
125,789.120.00

21.000.000.00

7,254.000.00

1.459.841,824.97.

1 Narae changed from Export-Import Bank ofWashington by an act approved Mar. 13, 1968 (82 Stat, 47).




327

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 102.—Borrowing authority and outstanding issues of Governmerit corporations
and other business-type activities whose securities are issued io ihe Secretary of the
Treasury, J u n e SO, 1968
[In millions of dollars. On basis of daily Treasury statements]

Corporation or activity i

Agency for International Developnient:
Mutual defense program—econoniic assistance
India emergency food aid
Loan to Spain
Commodity Credit Corporation
Export-Import Bank of the United States 2
Federal Deposit Insm-ance Corporation
Federal home loan banks
Federal Housing Administration, general insurance fund
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Managenient and liquidating fmictions
Secondary market operations
Special assistance functions
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Low-rent public housing *
Panania Canal Company
.
Rural Electrification Adrainistration. .,
Saint Lawrence Seaway Developnient Corporation
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Adininistration:
Rm-al housing direct loan account
Direct loan accomit
Rural housing insurance fund.
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Secretary of Housing and Urban Developraent:
College housing loans
Flood insurance
Public facility loans
Urbanmass transportation fund..
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund....
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities
Tennessee Valley Authority
U.S. Inforniation Agency, informational raedia guaranties fund
Veterans' Administration (veterans' direct loan prograra)
Virgin Islands Corporation
Defense Production Act of 1960, as amended:
General Services Administration
Secretary of Agricultme
Secretary of the Interior, Defense Minerals Exploration Adrain
Unallocated
District of Colurabia Commissioners, stadiura sinking fmid, Armory
Board, District of Colurabia
Total.

OutBorrowing stan ling
Unused
authority secm-ities borrowing
helc. by authority
Treasury

599
22
16
14, 600
6,000
3,000 .
1,000 .
3 10
988
2,250
4,348
750 .
1,500 .
10 .
5,920
140

599
22 .
16 .
1L, 989
362

57
908

4,770
129

663
598
6 73
7 264
3.476
500 .
600
50 .
1.000

663 .
598 .
24
169
]., 366

""m
"'"460'

94

100
22
1.730
1

1.959
96
39
6 .

1.737
81
36

52,397

4 2,193
3,442
760
1,500
10
1,150
11

49
95
2,109
500
430
50
600

94 .

15 „
8 150
28
1.730
1

9(*)

2,511
6,638
3,000
1,000

16
50
6

222
16
3
6

(*•,
27,040

25,367

1 Excludes authorizations to borrow frora the public; also excludes authorizations to exjpend from public
debt receipts for subscriptions to capital stock of the following agencies: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, $6,350 raiUion; International Monetary Fund, $2,325 mUlion; International
Finance Corporation, $35 niillion; and certain Governraent corporations, $1,317 million. In addition, the
authorized credit to the United Kingdora, of which $3,029 raillion is outstanding has been excluded.
2 Name changed frora Export-Iraport Bahk of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13, 1968 (82 Stat. 47).
3 Funds may be borrowed as needed pm-suant to an act approved Aug. 10, 1965 (12 U.S C. 1735d).
4 The balance shown represents miused portion of authorization to expend from put lie debt receipts
available for loans to the secondary niarket operations fund without fm-ther action by Congress. Because
of the borrowing and capital structme of the fund, the maxiraura it could borrow frora the ^^reasllry without
adjusting its other borrowing or its capital structure as of June 30, 1968, would be as follows: Borrowing
authorized (15 times capital plus surplus), $8,333 raillion; less securities outstanding, $5,887 raUlion; unused
balance of borrowing authorized, $2,446 raiUion.
5 Name changed frora public housing progranis by an act approved Nov. 3, 1967 (81 Sta:. 360).
0 JRepresents araount due Treasury and net amount obligated less miexpended fund balance. Funds
may be borrowed as needed, but. except as raay be authorized in appropriation acts, not for the original
or any additional capital of the fund, as provided by an act approved Aug. 10, 1965 (42 U.S.C. 1487(h)).
7 Represents araomit due Treasm-y and net amount obligated less unexpended fund balance. Authority
to borrow from the Treasm-y is indeflnite in araount. Funds may be borrowed as needed to carry out provisions of an act approved Aug. 8, 1961 (7 U.S.C. 1929(c)).
8 Represents araount of interira securities outstanding which may be issued to the Secretary of the
Treasury under specified conditions as provided by an act approved Aug. 6, 1959 (16 U.S.C. 831n-4(c)).
s Funds raay be borrowed frora the Secretary of the Treasury under certain conditions a;? provided by an
act approved July 28, 1958 (2 D.C. Code 1727).
*Less than $500,000.




328

19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY^ OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 103.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held hy the Treasury, J u n e 30, 1968
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Agency for International Development:
Act of Apr. 3. 1948, as ainended:
Noteof Administrator (ECA).
May 26,1951
June 30,1977
Notes of Administrator (ECA)
Various d a t e s . . . June 30, 1984
Act of June 15, 1951: Notes of Director Feb. 6, 1952
Dec. 31, 1986
(MSA).
Total
Commodity Credit Corporation, act of
Mar. 8,1938. as aniended:
Notes, 1968
.
Various d a t e s . . . Oct. 1, 1968
Do
do
do
Do
do
do
Do
do
.do
Do...
...do...
do
Do...
---do
do
Total

Rate of
interest

Principal
amount

Percent
1^
Vy
2

$16,191,067.99
599,339,957. 74
22,369.023.63
637,900,049.36

None
by
5H
5^
5M
6 "

'

11,988,828,64L 00

Export-Import Bank of the United States, 2
act of July 31, 1945, as amended:
Note, Series 1977
Aug. 24, 1967
Notes, Series 1974 and 1975
Various d a t e s . . .
Note, Series 1971
May 29, 1968
Do
June 14, 1968
Note, Series 1972..
June 3,1968
Note, Series 1973
Apr. 25, 1968

June 30, 1977
Various d a t e s . . .
May 29, 1971
June 16, 1971
Dec. 3,1972
Apr. 26, 1973

2^
3
5H
5^
5^
5^

15,600,000. 00
307,900,000.00
2,600,000.00
15,679,26L00
9,900,000.00
10,000,000.00

Total

361,679,26L 00

Federal Housing Adrainistration:
General insmance fund, act of Aug. 10, Jan. 25,1966
1965: Note.
:
Federal National Mortgage Association,
act of Aug. 2,1954, as araended:
Management and liquidating functions:
Note. Series C
:
Notes, Series C
I..
Note, Series C .
i
Do
-.
Do
.Do...
Do..
Do
Do...
I..
Do
i
Subtotal

July 1, 1965
Various dates
Apr. 3, 1967
J u l y l , 1967
Aug. 1,1967
Sept. 1, 1967...
Oct. 1, 1967
Apr. 1,1968.
M a y l . 1968
June 3,1968..

iy

10,000,000. 00

July 1, 1970...
J u l y l , 1971
.do
July 1,1972...
.do
do
do
do..
do
do

iy
i%
4H
iy
5y
5y

364,650, 000. 00
44,670,000. 00
67,520,000. 00
344,140,000. 00
35,910,000. 00
36,090,000. 00
8,980, 000. 00
15,980,000. 00
33,230, 000. 00
36,800,000.00

m
5^4
by
6
.-

May 1,1968
Juiie3. 1968

July 1, 1968
do

6^
6

i

Special assistance functions:
Note, SeriesD
Note, SeriesD, Subseries BMR
Do..
Notes, Series D, Subseries BMR
Note, S e r i e s D . . . . . . . , Notes, Series D
Do.
Note, Series D
.
Do.Notes, Series D
Do
Note, Series D
L

J u l y l , 1963
J u l y l , 1966.....
do
Various d a t e s . . .
Apr. 3, 1967
Various dates
do..
. . . . Aug. 1,1967
Feb. 1, 1968Various dates..
do
June3, 1968.

Total Federal National Mortgage ..«
Association.
Footnotes at end of table.

987,970,000.00
37,080.000.00
19,460.000.00
66,640,000.00

Subtotal




Jan. 24, 1981

-.

Secondary market operations:
Note, Series E .
Do
Subtotal...

6.465,828.64L 00
2,306,000,000.00
1,087,000,000.00
1,830,000,000.00
113,000,000.00
197,000,000.00

.-

J u l y l . 1968...
July 1,1971-..
do
Various dates.
J u l y l , 1971..do
Various dates.
J u l y l , 1972...
....do
do
do
..do
:
:

-

3y
3y
3H
3y

43/8

iy
iy
by
by
by
by
6

252,530,000. 00
4,170,000. 00
12,420,000.00
4,460,000.00
22,814,000.00
66,590,000.00
221,330,000. 00
30,980,000. 00
53,170,000. 00
130,650,000. 00
61,100,000.00
45,570,000. 00
905,784,000.00
1,950,294,000.00

329

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 103.—Description of'securities of Government corporations a%,d other businesstype aciiviiies held by the Treasury, June 30, 1968—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Rural

Electrification

Date of issue

Date payable i

Various dates.. .

Administration, Various dates.

Rate of
interest

Principal
araount

Percent
2
$4,770,247,235.10

act of May 20, 1936, as amended: Notes
of Admimstrator.
St. Lawrence Seaway Developraent Corporation, act of May 13, 1954, as
amended:
Revenue bonds
Do
Do
Do...
Do
Do
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do
Do
Do..
Do
....
Do
Do
Do
Do

Various d a t e s . . .
do...
do...
do
.do
do
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do
do
do.
Apr. 13, 1986
Jan. 26,1968
Feb. 2,1968
Mar. 1,1988
Various dates

Dec.31, 1968..
Various dates.
do...
...do...
do.
do..
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Dec. 31, 2004.
do
Dec. 31, 2006-.
do
do
Dec. 31, 2007..
..do
do

2y
3
3y
3y
3y
3y
3%
3%
3y
4

43^
iH
iH
iy
by
iy

^y
by

by
by
by

Total.

129,076,060. 53

Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Horae
Administration:
Rural housing direct loan account, act
of July 16,1949, as amended:
Note
July 1,1967
Do
June 15,1961
Notes.
Various dates
Do
do
Do
do
Do
do

July 1,1968....
June 30,1993..
Various dates.
do
do
--.
do

3.253
33^

3JI

4
4^8

4K

Subtotal..

107,710.000.
15,000.000.
120.717,972.
220,000.000.
135.000.000.
65,000,000.

00
00
54
00
00
00

663,427,972.54

Dh-ect loan account, acts of July 8,1969,
June 29,1960, and June 30,1961:
Note
June 30,1964
June 30,1969
Do
June 30,1965
June 30,1970
Do
June 30,1966..._ June 30,1971

4
iy
iy

SubtotaL.

4.963,365. 49
268,996,251.85
326,000,000. 00
697,959,607.34

Rural houshig insurance fund, act of
Aug. 10,1966, as amended: Note

May 16,1968

July 1,1968....

Agricultm-al credit insurance fund,
act of Aug. 14,1946, as amended:
Notes
Do
Do
Do
Note
* Notes
Note
Notes

Various d a t e s . . .
do
do
do
Jan. 31,1968
Various dates
Mar. 27,1968
Various dates

June 30,1969..
June 30,1970..
do
June 30,1971..
June 30,1972..
do...f
do
Various dates.

Subtotal

1,000, 000. 00
7,300,000. 00
8, 200,000. 00
24,600, 000. 00
15,900, 000. 00
9,900, 000. 00
31.100, 000. 00
4, 600, 000. 00
2, 500.000. 00
6, 600, 000. 00
6.276, 050. 53
700, 000. 00
1,600, 000. 00
3, 500. 000, 00
2, 000.000. 00
200,000. 00
100. 000. 00
300. 000. 00
200.000. 00
1.500,000.00
2,000.000. 00

3.253

23,600,000. 00

4
4^

20,376.000. 00
41,530,000.00
16,240,000.00
3,600,000.00
13,360,000. 00
21,000,000. 00
20,780,000.00
32,875,000.00

iH

tP.
by
by
6

:_..

168,760,000.00

Total Secretary of Agriculture.

1,453,747,579.88

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
College housing loans, act of Apr. 20,
1950, as amended:
Note, Series CH
Jan. 1,1968..
Do
June 1, 1967.
Subtotal
Footnotes at end of table.




Jan. 1,1
. Nov. 1,

2h

2.96:

800,000,000. 00
566.212,000.00
1,366,212,000. 00

330

19 6 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 103.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held hy the Treasury, J u n e SO, 1968—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development—Continued
Public facility loans, act of Aug. 11,
1955: Note, Series P F
May 1,1967

June 1,1978

Urban renewal fund, act of July 15,
1949, as amended: Note, Series U R A . Jan. 1,1968

July 1.1968

Rate of
interest

Principal
aniount

Percent
3Mo $170,500,000.00
by

400,000,000.00

.

1,936,712,000.00

^Vs

20, 500,000. 00
9,000,000. 00
2,000,000. 00
10, 500,000. 00
8,000,000. 00
4,000,000. 00
11,700,000. 00
3, 500,000. 00
1,700,000. 00
5,800,000. 00
6, 500,000. 00
8,200, 000. 00
4,800,000. 00

Total Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines:
Helium fund, act of Sept. 13,1960:
Notes
Various dates.-- Sept. 13,1985....
Do
do
do
Note
Dec. 28.1965
do
Notes
..
Various d a t e s . . .
do
Do
do
do
Do
do
do
Do
do
do
Do
do
do
Note
- Oct. 24.1967
..do
Do
Nov. 24, 1967....
do
Notes
•Various dates
do
Do
do
do
Note
Dec. 22,1967
do

m
43/8

4H

45/s
43/4
4/8
5
5/8

bH
by
by
by

Total

ii.2m.m.m

' ' l ? ? 9 i r A ' ' d v S e t " ! ' : ° ! ' " ' : i - ' ' ' - l ^ - - ' : - Various ciates... Various d a t e s . . .

5%

100,000,000.00

IJ^s
2y
2y
2/8
23/4
2/8
3
3y
3^
33/g
35/^
3^
3^8

1,410,0^^.00
2',272;610.67
775,000.00
75,000.00
302,389.33
1,865,000.00
1,100,000.00
510,000.00
3,431,548.00
495,000.00
220,000.00
2,625,960.00
^'g^'OO^-OO

U.S. Information Agency:
. , ^
Inforraational media guaranties fund.
N^?:^{i§^i^iiSo?S^':
Do
-.
Do
Do
Do
^^
•
Do
5^^
Do
Do
Do
Do
Notes ofrdminVstratorTECA)'

Oct. 27,1948..... June^30,19S6....
:do'.'.:'-:'.".'-"--:".--do
y
24, 1949-.-.
do
-^a^^- '
___^^
^ (Jo
do....-..-..do
.-.-^
^0
do
.........do
^
__
^o
_^0
___
^
^0
--^^
^0
Various d a t e s . . . Various d a t e s . . .

NS^OY AdniiiiVstrator(¥ciT.\\":::::"Xug^ 12;-^^^

4^8

Total
Veterans' Adrahiistration (veterans' direct loan prograni), act of Apr. 20,
1950, as aniended:
Agreements
Do.....
Do

A „«;;;;:.v

i?'^o^onJ^
iSvoP^nont
Agieement
Do
A ?n;;;;;'f;
Agreements
g»
Do
]<^
Do

"

•
•""""

"

Various dates... Indefinite
^^^^^
^^
^^
_ _'_'_[^Q
^Q
^Q

i5ec.31,1956




do

" — 2 . 2 9 1957.........do
June 28 1957.........do
— ^"^ 7 'i958....:_.._.do
Oct. 6,1958
do
various dates
do
vai ou
^^
do"
do
do!!"--"
do
do
do
^^
(Jo

A2^^K^::!!!!!:!!!!!::------="-"-"^^-S'196O

Y^^^j
Footnotes at end of table.

' 983j m . 00
^^'^^^'OQQ-QQ

do

' 2H
2/4
2y
3
...

88,342,74L00
63,032,393.00
102,845,334.00
118,763,868.00

3%
3^2
3/8
3/8
3y
^^^^
4
iy
iH
41^

49,768,442.00
49,838,707.00
49,571,200.00
48,855,090.00
99,889,310.00
392,344,655.00
110,000,000.00
287.793.664.07
109.387,32L00
99,909,137.93

33^ 49,736,333.00

. iy

-...-

20.000.000.00

1,730,077,998.00

STATISTICAL

331

APPENDIX

T A B L E 103.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other businesstype activities held hy ihe Treasury, J u n e 30, 1968—Continued
T i t l e a n d authorizing act

D a t e of issue

Date payable i

Virgin Islands Corporation, act of Sept. 2,
1958, as araended:
Notes
.
Do
Do
Note
.
Do
.
Do
.

Various d a t e s . . .
do
do
Sept. 30,1959... .
Oct. 1 5 , 1 9 5 9 . . . . .
F e b . 24, 1 9 6 0 . . . .

Various d a t e s . __
do
do
Sept. 3 0 , 1 9 7 9 . . . .
Oct. 15, 1979
F e b . 24, 1 9 8 0 . . . .

R a t e 0]
interest

Percent
3/4
3/8
4
^Vs
i:y
iy

Total..

$450.000.00
n o . 000. 00
631.100. 00
10.000. 00
600. 00
23.400. 00
1.226.000. 00

Defense P r o d u c t i o n A c t of 1950, as
aniended:
General Services A d r a h i i s t r a t i o n :
N o t e s of A d r a i n i s t r a t o r , Series D
. Various d a t e s . - .
Do
do
Do
do
Do
do
N o t e of A d m i n i s t r a t o r , Series D
. Sept. 4 , 1 9 6 7 . . . . Do
. Oct. 31, 1967.... Do
. F e b . 17, 1 9 6 8 . . . .
Do
. Mar. 6, 1 9 6 8 . . . - .
N o t e s of A d m i n i s t r a t o r , Series D
. Various d a t e s . . .
N o t e of A d r a i n i s t r a t o r , Series D
. J u n e 3 , 1 9 6 8 . . . ..

Various d a t e s . . .
do
do
do
Sept. 4, 1972
Oct. 31, 1972
F e b . 17, 1 9 7 3 . . . .
Mar. 6, 1973
Various d a t e s . . .
J u n e 3, 1973

3/4
378
4
^'/s
b^4
bVs
by
by
by
6

SubtotaL-

75,000,000. 00
86, 000,000. 00
810,700,000. 00
332,000,000. 00
60,000,000. 00
52,000,000.00
38,000,000. 00
87,000,000.00
162,000,000. 00
45,000,000. 00
1,736,700.000. 00

Secretary of Agriculture:
Note
Do
Do
Do
Subtotal

Principal
araount

.
.
.
.
-

July
July
July
July

1,1963
1,1984
1, 1965
1, 1967

.
_

July
July
July
July

1,1968
1, 1969
1,1970
1,1972

3h
4
4J^
'iV&

. . . . . .-

Secretary of t h e Interior, Defense M i n erals E x p l o r a t i o n A d m i n i s t r a t i o n :
Note
. J u l y 31, 1958...... J u l y l . 1968
Notes
- Various d a t e s . . . Various d a t e s . . .

2,540,93L33
62,269,621.82
1,031,008. 80
15,089, 667.31
80,921,129.26

m

Subtotal

1,000, 000.00
35,400,000.00
36,400.000. 00

T o t a l Defense P r o d u c t i o n A c t of
1950, as a m e n d e d
District of C o l u m b i a Commissioners:
S t a d i u m sinking fund, A r m o r y Board,
D . C , a c t of Sept. 7,1957, as araended:
Notes
. Various d a t e s . . . W h e n funds are
available.
T o t a l securities 3__

1,854, 021,129. 26

m

405, 800. 00
27,040,428, 742.13

1 Securities may be redeemed at any time.
2 Name changed from Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mar. 13, 1968 (82 stat. 47).
3 These securities were issued to the Treasury in exchange for advances by the Treasury from public
debt receipts under congressional authorization for specified Government corporations and business-type
activities to borrow.from the Treasury.

32.3-147—69-

-22




332

1 9 6 8 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
=

T A B L E 104.—Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations
and other business-type activities, J u n e SO, 1968
[In thousands of doUars. On basis of reports received from activities]
PubUc
enterprise
revolving
funds

Account

Intragovernmental
revolving
funds

General
and
special
funds 1

Trust
revolving
funds

Trust
funds

ASSETS

Cash in banks, on hand, and in
472,863
40.062
171,448
transit
Fund balances with the U.S.
26.429, 642
39,717
10,930.009
Treasmy 2
Investments:
Public debt secmities (par.
1,859
4,646,872
3,410,329 .
value)
Secm-ities of Government ;
348,785 .
enterprises
Federal home loan bank and
292,960 .
16,985
Federal land bank securities...
306,259 .
12,600
2,899,338
Other securities
-2
Unamortized preinium, or
-22,848 .
-30,070
discount (—)..
822,484
367,268
6,207
62
Advances to contractors and agents:
308, 526
112,020
Government agencies
339.834
25, 550
Other
443,830
Accounts and notes receivable:
330,219
1,276,633
70. 556
4,279,145
Government agencies
344,039
118.624
11,725
8,004,327
Other (net)
1,987,396
8,736,951
1,142
-24,152 .
Inventories
-256,557
-793
Allowance for losses (—)...
Accrued interest receivable: ,
26,431 .
49,446
On public debt secmities
On securities of Government
500,958 .
1,220 .
671,471
enterprises
311,004 .
144.375
Other
Loans receivable:
68,500 .
Government agencies
Other:
28,091,882 .
12.946.768
11,808.393
U.S. doUar loans...
1,039,977 .
4.504,591
Foreign currency loans...
-435,447 .
-34.104
-20.764 ,
AUowance for losses (—)
Acquired secm-ity or coUateral:
169
816,109 .
573 .
Real estate
152
711,472 .
8,455 .
Other
-59 .
-428,278 .
AUowance for losses (—)
47,044,209
16,165
6,787,526
754,441
Land, structmes, and equipraent. . -1,978,731
-7,207,578
-2,796
-335,869
Accuraulated depreciation (—)...
2,253,888 .
10 .
Foreign currencies
10,472,116
1,020,676
53,401
373,143
Other assets (net)
Totalassets
,
354,722,423
12,031,613 3 114,235,287
17,205,554 3

202, 730
3,238,658
67,357, 658

644, 600
2,425,000
-44,923
1,073
1, 407
717,859
51,918
868
66,263
43,696
140,375
784,465

105.874
-15,862
47,440
161,231
75,930,210

LIABILITIES

Accounts payable:
Government agencies
Other.
Accrued liabilities:
Government agencies
Other
Advances from:
Government agencies
Other
Trust and deposit liabUities:
Government agencies
Other
Bonds, debentures, and notes
payable:
Government agencies
Participation certificates.
Other
Other liabilities (including
reserves)
Totaliiabilities...
Footnotes at end of table.




141,135
774,727
532,123
225,133

624, 519
817,340

333,163
3,637, 544

14,800
101,100

12, 786
418,668

1.267
275,925

541,186
3, 271,344

3,445
154,893

8,781
714,533

3
34, 764

374,920
6,479

234,435 .
90,063,549 .

1, 199,798
129,933

4,515
1,018

180
64, 111

209,660
436,939

46, 755
328,087
35,000

109,690
10, 083,110
1. 390 617

3,087

8

10,600 . .
10,884,667

1, 979,881
<.

246,342

2,147,490

1,086,843

79,350,833

16,600,813

2,352,314

100,640,639

12,320,630

81,152,098

333

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 104.—Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations
and other business-type activities, J u n e SO, 1968—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
Account

Public
enterprise
revolving
funds

Intragovernmental
revolving
funds

General
and
special
funds 1

Trust
rev Diving
funds

Trust
funds

N E T INVESTMENT

U.S. interest:
Interest-bearing investraent:
Capitalstock
100,000 .
Borrowings from the U.S.
Treasmy-.14,613,789 .
Other
1,098,194 .
Noninterest-bearing investraent:
Capitalstock...
1,041,000 .
Appropriations.
22,984,546
Capitalization of assets (net)...
3,242,440
Other.8,903,212
Accumulated net income, or
deficit ( - )
-13,005,195
Deposits of general and special
fund revenues (—)
—866,375.
Total U.S. interest

38,121,610

5,408.147

691,862
494,093
8,287,271
206.983

116.066,885 ,
9.748,697 .
-61,803,500 .

310,346

-47.962,642
-8.882.839 '.

9,679,199

13,694,648

Trust and private interest:
Principal of fund
Capitalstock
Accumulated net income, or
deficU ( - )

4,078,423.
21,796
392,279 .

61,480, 676

392,626

54,722,423

12,031,613

114,236,287

-56,702,462

806,601

Total trust and private
interest
Total liabilities and investment

56,540 .

-5,221,888

17,205,554

76,930,201

1 Consists of business- and nonbusiness-type activities.
2 Consist mainly of unexpended balances of general, special, and revolving fund accounts against which
checks may be drawn to pay proper charges under these fimds. The funds are considered assets of the agencies, but not of the U.S. Government since funds raust be provided out of cash balances of the Treasm-er
of the United States and futme receipts to take care of checks to be issued against tlie balances.
3 Includes foreign cmrency assets, representing loans and other receivables recoverable in foreign currencies in U.S. depositaries, aggregating $7,917 raillion in doUar equivalent. These cmrencies, acquired primarily
without dollar payments, were generated under various Governraen tprograras, b it principally the Agricultural Trade Developraent and Assistance Act of 1954, as araended, and the Mutual Security Acts, as
araended. Dollar equivalents are computed for reporting pm-poses to provide a common denominator for
the currencies of the many countries involved. Foreign currencies on hand and on deposit and loans mider
section 104(e) of the Agricultural Trade Developraent and Assistance Act of 1954, as araended, are stated
at the rates as of June 30,1968, at which the United States could pmchase currencies on the market for regular operating pmposes. Other loans are stated at the rates at which they are to be repaid or at rates in effect
when the loans were extended. Cmrencies that are doUar denominated or guarantee id as to rate of exchange
are stated at rates specified in the agreeraents.
NOTE.—Business- and nonbusiness-tjTie activities report pursuant to Departinent Chcular No. 966,
issued Jan. 30,1956, and Supplement No. 1 (Revised), issued June 16.1965. Statements of financial conditioii
of business-type activities by type of fund, department, and agency are published quarterly in the monthly
"Treasury Bulletin."




T A B L E 105.—Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations and other business-type activities, J u n e 30, 1968

CO
CO

[ I n t h o u s a n d s i of d o l l a i r s ] ,
U . S . doUar loans
L o a n account

Foreign
currency
loans 2

E x p e n d i t u r e account

T y p e of loan a n d l e n d i n g agency
Total

To

AID




Certain
other
activities

Trust
revolving
funds i

Public
enterprise
revolving
funds

Certain
other
activities

Pi
O
Pi
t ^

AGRICULTURE

L o a n s to agricultm-al credit corporations:
F e d e r a l i n t e r m e d i a t e credit b a n k s
L o a n s to cooperative associations:
B a n k s for cooperatives
Econoraic o p p o r t u n i t y loan fund
Farmers Horae Administration:
D h e c t loan account
S t a t e rm-al rehabUitation funds
R u r a l Electrification A d m i n i s t r a t i o n . - , . .
C r o p , livestock, a n d coraraodity loans:
C o r a r a o d i t y C r e d i t Corporation
Farraers Horae Adrainistration:
D h e c t loan account
E r a e r g e n c y credit revolving fund
Storage facility a n d e q u i p m e n t loans:
C o i n m o d i t y C r e d i t Corporation
F a r m mortgage loans:
Farmers Home Administration:
Agi-icultural credit insm-ance fund
D h e c t loan account
R u r a l housing insm-ance fund
R m a l housing loans
S t a t e r u r a l rehabUitation funds
Other loans:
B a n k s for cooperatives
Econoraic o p p o r t u n i t y loan fund:
L o a n s to aid farm or r u r a l families
Farmers Home Administration:
D h e c t loan account
R u r a l housing a n d other loans
Rm-al r e n t a l housing loans
Senior citizens' rm-al housing loans
S t a t e rm-al r e h a b i l i t a t i o n funds
T o t a l to aid agriculture

Public
enterprise
revolving
funds

O
3.940,081 .
1,454,382 .
12,370
227, 524 •
60
4,796,259

3,940,081
1,454,382

W

12, 370
227, 524

Ul
4, 796, 259

o

3 1,344, 765

pi

3 1, 344, 765

616
139, 603
77,005

>

616
139,603
77,005

Pi

O
194,217
4 286,462
137,375
4 576, 763
21,012

194, 217
4 286,462
137, 375
4 576, 763

W
21, 012

1,900 .
74, 449
4 739,964
1,866
10,366
34, 067
2,460 ...
14 073 564

1,900 .

Pi

>

74,449 .

Ul

4 739, 964 .
232
10,366 .
34,067 .

d

pi
KJ

2,460 -2,511,012

4, 797, 893

5, 419, 894

1,344,765

-

-

To AID HOMEOWNERS

Mortgage loans:
Plousing and Urban Development Department:
Federal Housing' Adrahiistration:
Coraraunity disposal operations fund
Revolving fund
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Manageinent and liquidating functions
Secondary raarket operations
Special assistance functions
Low-rent public housing prograni fund
Interior Department:
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Liquidation of Hoonah housing project
Veterans' Adrahiistration:
Direct loans to veterans and reserves
Loan guaranty revolving fund
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savhigs and Loan Insurance Corporation
Other loans:
Appalachian housing fund
Veterans' Adniinistration:
Dh-ect loans to veterans and reserves
Loan guaranty revolving fund

10, 779
213,576
^ 1,723,526
6,388,498
«1,970,615
121
;

Total to aid horaeowners

10,779
231,576

^ 1,970,615
121

150
^ 1,257,152
20,860
144,659

----

* 1,723,526
.

6,388,498

150
^ 1^ 257,152
20,860
144,659

---

11

11

43,968
41,138,842

43,968
« 1,138,842

12,912,756

6.624.248

6,388,498

11

==

To AID INDUSTRY

Loans to railroads:
Expansion of defense production:
Treasury Departraent
Other purposes:
Treasury Department:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans in liquidation..
Interstate Commerce Coinmission
Ship raortgage loans:
Conmierce Department:
Federal ship raortgage insurance fund
Maritune Adrainistration.
Other loans:
Expansion of defense production:
Interior Departnient
Treasury Department
Defense production guarantees:
Air Force Departraent
Army Department
Navy Department
Footnotes at end of table.




3,716

>

^TJ

^
^
O
tt
'^

3,716

4, 571
30,274

4,571 -.-'.
30,274

24,663
63,478

24,663

3, 547
6,414

6,414

1,829
474
4,971

Ui
H
^
H
zp
H
S
^
tr"

1,829
474
4,971

63.478
--

3, 547

.

..

CO
CO

TABLE 105.—Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations and other business-type activities, June SO, 1968—Continued

CO
CO

^[In thoussanids of d o l l a r s l
U.S. doUar loans
Expenditure account

Loan account

Type of loan and lending agency

Public
enterprise
revolving
funds

Total

Certain
other
activities

Trust
revolving
funds i

Public
enterprise
revolving
funds

Certain
other
activities

Total to aid industry.




*^

O
Pi

y ^

K
183,178
75

183,178
75 ,

Ul

5,000

6,000 .

o

8,248
2,117 .
3,219 .

8,248 .

pi
2,117
3,219 .

386

386

701

pi
O

701

41,197,719

>

K!

41,197.719

1, 644, 580

1, 436, 987

98,709

3,219

3,647

2,117
y^

T o A I D EDUCATION

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Office of Education:
Elementary and secondary educational activities
Expansion and iraproveraent of vocational education
Higher educational activities
Higher educational activities, advances for reserve funds.
Higher education facilities loans fund
Loans to students in institutions of higher education
Student loan insurance fund.

Pi

o

To AID INDUSTRY—Continued
Other loans—Continued
Other purposes:
Coinmerce Departraent:
Economic Development Adrainistration:
Economic development revolving fund
Federal ship raortgage insurance fund
Housing and Urban Developraent Departraent:
Urban mass transportation fund.
Interior Department:
• Bureau of Comraercial Fisheries:
Fisheries loan fund
Geological Survey
Bureau of Indian Aflairs
Treasury Department:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans in liquidation.
General Services Adrainistration:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation liquidation fund
Sraall Business Adrainistration:
Business loan and investment fund

Foreign
currency
loans 2

Pi

>
2,586
1.359
6.808 .
17.111
4 228.972
999,738 .
2

Ul

2,686 .
1,369
6,808 .
4 228,972 .

17,111
999,736 .

d

P u b l i c H e a l t h Service:
L o a n s to h i s t i t u t i o n s :
H e a l t h professions e d u c a t i o n fund
N m s e t r a i n i n g fund
O t h e r s t u d e n t loan p r o g r a m s .
Social a n d R e h a b i l i t a t i o n Service:
_ Assistance t o refugees in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s . . .
±iousing a n d U r b a n J J e v e l o p m e n t D e p a r t m e n t :
College houshig loans
T o t a l to aid e d u c a t i o n .
To

< 11,641 .
4 6,677 .
89,087 .

411, 541 .
4 6, 577 .

15,473 .
4 2,881, 762

4 2,881, 752 .

4, 261, 005

3, n o , 727

60,645

60,646

18,117

A I D STATES, T E R R I T O R I E S , ETC.

Coraraerce D e p a r t r a e n t :
Econoraic Development Administration:
E c o n o m i c d e v e l o p r a e n t revolvhig fimd
H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d WeUare D e p a r t m e n t :
P u b l i c H e a l t h Service
Housing and Urban Development Department:
U r b a n r e n e w a l fund
L o w - r e n t p u b l i c housing p r o g r a m fund
P u b l i c facility loans
P u b l i c w o r k s p l a n n i n g a d v a n c e s fund
R e v o l v i n g fund, l i q u i d a t i n g prograras
Interior Departraent:
B u r e a u of R e c l a m a t i o n
Office of T e r r i t o r i e s :
Alaska public works
L o a n s for r e h a b i l i t a t i o n in G u a m
Treasury Department:
Miscellaneous loans a n d certain o t h e r assets:
L o a n s to t h e D i s t r i c t of C o l u r a b i a
G e n e r a l Services A d r a i n i s t r a t i o n :
P u b l i c Works A d m i n i s t r a t i o n (in l i q u i d a t i o n )
N a t i o n a l C a p i t a l P l a n n i n g Comraission
T o t a l to aid States, Territories, etc
FOREIGN




241.160
77. 767
4 314, 020
74,789 .
5,750

241,160 .
77,767 .
4 314, 020 .

%
KH

74,789 .
6, 760 .

133.963 .

o

133.963 .

647 .
14.697 .

Ul

647
14,597 ,

201,697 .

201,697

^

50,197 .
26 .

50,197

^

1,175, 423

699, 331

401,304

LOANS

L i q u i d a t i o n of foreign m i l i t a r y sales fund loans:
Defense D e p a r t r a e n t
j-yong-oorni exporu Saiea oitsuii/s;
Agriculture Department:
Coinmodity Credit Corporation
MUitary assistance credit sales:
Defense D e p a r t r a e n t
S h o r t - t e r m export sales credits:
Agriculture Department:
C o m m o d i t y Credit Corporation
F o o t n o t e s at end of t a b l e .

Ul

176 .

18,801 .

18.801 .

894,268 .

894,268 .

1,361 .
296, 998

296,998

CO
CO

T A B L E 105.—Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations and other business-type activiiies, J u n e SO, 1968—Continued
[In

t h o u s a i i d i S of

CO
00
00

dollars]!
U . S . dollar l o a n s
Expenditm-e account

Loan account
T y p e of loan a n d l e n d i n g agency
Total

FOREIGN

Certain
other
activities

Trust
revolving
funds i

Public
enterprise
revolving
funds^

Certain
other
activities

Foreign
currency
loans 2

T o t a l foreign l o a n s .
OTHER

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1,540,273
3, 567,841
262, 227

1,540,273 .
3,567,841 .
262,227 .

1,713,361

W
1, 713,361

161, 666
4,341, 048

1,227,930 .
5 3,350, 649
7 5^ 068, 644
17,933,465

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1,111 .

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1, 227, 930
5 3,350, 649

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7 5,068,644
6,365,642

1,111

6,283,410

6, 293,302

5, 644, 568

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LOANS

H e a l t h , E d u c a t i o n , a n d Welfare D e p a r t r a e n t :
P u b l i c H e a l t h Service.
Housing and Urban Development Department:
R e h a b i l i t a t i o n loan fund
L o w - r e n t p u b l i c housing prograra fund
H o u s i n g for t h e elderly or h a n d i c a p p e d
R e v o l v i n g fund, l i q u i d a t i n g p r o g r a m s
Interior Departraent:
B u r e a u of I n d i a n Affairs:
L o a n s for I n d i a n assistance
R e v o l v i n g fund for loans
State Department:
E m e r g e n c i e s i n t h e diploraatic a n d consular s e r v i c e .
L o a n s to t h e U n i t e d N a t i o n s

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O t h e r purposes:
A g e n c y for I n t e r n a t i o n a l D e v e l o p r a e n t :
Alliance for Progress, d e v e l o p m e n t loans
D e v e l o p m e n t loans
D e v e l o p m e n t loan fund l i q u i d a t i o n a c c o u n t
L o a n s to U n i t e d S t a t e s firms a n d d o m e s t i c or foreign firms in
foreign countries
All othe^- loans
Commerce Departraent:
Maritirae Administration
Treasury Department:
Miscellaneous loans a n d certain o t h e r assets:
Lend-lease a n d s u r p l u s p r o p e r t y
.
L o a n s a n d o t h e r credits
E x p o r t - I m p o r t B a n k of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s 6




Public
enterprise
revolving
funds

4,370 .
21, 089
491
4 306,181
3,805
81 ,
26,178
747 .
91,906 .

4,370
21,089
491
4 306,181
3,805

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91,906

General Services Adrainistration:
Sm-plus property credit sales and liquidation activities..
Veterans' Administration:
Insm-ance appropriations policy loans
.'
National service life insm-ance fund
Service-disabled veterans' insm-ance fund
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief
U.S. Govermnent life insurance fund
Veterans' reopened insurance fund
Veterans' special term insurance fund
Vocational rehabilitation revolving fund
Small Business Administration:
Disaster loan fund
Total other loans

121,944 ,

120,839

1,123 .

1,123
701.800 .

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7.284 .
10 .

7,284
10
79,446 .
1,233
13,114
102

79,446 .
1,233 .
13,114 .
102 .

4 350,810

4 350,810 ...

1, 730,714

Total loan and expenditm-e account ^

9 53, 631, 608

1.106

729.297
20. 367, 244

126,412
5,450, 296

781, 246
12,592,858

93 758
7, 724, 638

7,496,472

5, 644, 568

Housing and Urban Development Departnient:
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Participation sales fund
Civil Service Coraraission:
Civil service retireraent and disability fund
Farra Credit Adrainistration:
B anks for cooperatives
Federal interraediate credit banks
Raihoad Retirement Board:
Raihoad retireraent account
Total investraents

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292, 960

o

292, 960

694,600

.-

594,600 .

3,700
13,285

3,700 .
13,285 .

50, 000
954, 545

1 Includes trust funds.
2 The dollar equivalents of these loans are computed for reporting pui-poses at
varying rates. If the loan agreeraents stipulate a doUar denorainated figure, the loans
outstanding are generally valued at the agreeraent rates of exchange. Loans executed
in units of foreign currency are valued at the inarket rates (i.e., the rates of exchange at
which the Treasury sells such currenoip..'^ to OovP.rnmP.nt agencies).
3 Excludes guaranteed comraodity loans financed by financial institutions araounting
to $923 raiUion as of June 30, 1968.
4 Participation certificates have been issued against certain of these loans under
trust agreeinents by the Federal National Mortgage Association, participation sales
fund.
5 Represents receivables of $5 million from Finland, $13 niillion frora Greece, $305
million from Japan, and $3,029 million from the United Kingdom.




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LAND BANK SECURITIES

50,000 .

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6 Name changed from Export-Iraport Bank of Washington by an act approved
Mar. 13, 1968 (82 Stat. 47).
7 Participation certificates araounting to $2,183 million, issued against certain of
these loans, were outstanding as of June 30, 1968.
8 Excludes World War I funded and unfunded indebtedness of foreign governments,
and certain otUei CieuUs auuwu in iabie 98.
0 Does not include foreign currency loans.

X

NoT'E.-This table excludes interagency loans. The "Treasury BuUetin" for
December 1968 contained on pp. 104-148, statistical statements of financial condition
by agencies as of June 30, 1968. Statements of incorae and expense, and source and
application of funds by agencies as of June 30, 1968, were published in the "Treasury
BuUetin" for February 1969.
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19 68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 106.—Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received by the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type activities, fiscal years 1967
and 1968
Agency and nature of earnings

Amounts
1968
Agency for International Development:
Development loan fund liquidation account, earnings
Mutual defense program—economic assistance, interest on borrowings
Civil Service Coramission, investigations, earnings
Coraraerce Department:
Economic Development Assistance, economic development revolving fund, interest on loans
National Bureau of Standards, working capital fund, earnings
Maritime Administration, Federal ship mortgage insurance fund,
interest on borrowhigs
Coinmodity Credit Corporation:
Interest on capital stock..-Interest on borrowings
Export-Import Bank of the United States: i
Regular activities:
Dividends..
Interest on borrowings.--.
Farm Credit Administration:
Banksfor cooperatives, franchise tax
Federal intermediate credit banks, franchise tax.Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing dhect loan account, interest on borrowings
Rural housing insurance fund, interest on borrowings
Direct loan account, interest on borrowings
Agricultural credit insurance fund, interest on borrowings
Federal Housing Administration, general hisurance fund, interest on
borrowings
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Manageraent and liquidating functions:
Interest on borrowings.-Secondary market operations:
Dividends
Interest on borrowings...
Special assistance functions, interest on borrowings
Federal Prison Industries, Inc., earnings
General Services Administration:
BuUdings management fund, earnings
Federal telecommunications fund, earnhigs
General supply fund, earnings
Working capital fund, earnings
Government Prhiting Oflace, earnings
Footnotes at end of table.




$11,926,808.49

$10,858,606.64

12,467,474.85
2,911.35

16,628,226.61
784,103.62

26,853.34
493,138.31

706,203.91
267,684. 62

268,735.22

41,465.38

4,126,000.00
328,786,605.62

4,125,000.00
276,366,783.07

50.000,000.00
6,560,336.38

50,000,000.00
15,112,367.60

1,386,134.13
3,103,396.19

1,180.513.76
3,633,359.25

21,266,414.62

15,132,985.73
69,794.40
1,261.212.90
6,949,624.98

16,108,361.06
7,392,064.69 .
1,046,108.70

976,786.72

33,784,622.02

36,553,894.34

5,013,009.31
11,101,389.60
28,759,606.13
4,000,000.00

6,032,294.06
7,798,369.77
23,882,212.96
6,000,000.00

1,689,624.85

280,270.74
2,821.99
• 5,461,163.80
107,161.48
6,679, O L 84
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8,014,580.89
77,389.25
8.141,734.18

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T A B L E 106.—Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received hy the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type aciiviiies, fiscal years 1967
and 1968—Continued
. Amounts

Agency and nature of earnings
1967
Interior Department:
Bureau O Coramercial Fisheries:
K
Federal ship mortgage insurance fund, fishing vessels, interest on
borrowings
Fisheries loan fund, interest on loans
Bureau oif Reclamation:
Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon project, interest
Upper Colorado River storage project, interest
Virgin Islands Corporation:
Interest on appropriations and paid-in capital
Interest on borrowings.
Ofiice of Econoraic Opportunity:
Economic; opportunity loan fund, interest on appropriations
Panama Canal Company, interest on net direct investment of the
Government
.Rmal Electrification Adininistration, interest on borrowings
St. Lawrence Seaway Developraent Corp., interest on borrowings
Secretary oii Housing and Urban Developraent:
College housing loans, interest on borrowings
Public facility loans, interest on borrowings
Urban renewal fund, interest on borro-wrings
Sraall BusiiQess Adrainistration, interest on appropriations
Tennessee VaUey Authority:
Earnings
Interest on borrowings
Veterans' ^^.dministration:
Canteen service revolving fund, profits
Direct loans to veterans and reserves, interest on borrowings
Rental, maintenance, and repair of quarters, profits
-.
Supply fund, earnings
Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended:
General Services Administration, interest on borrowings
Secretary of Agricultme, interest on borrowings.
Secretary of the Interior (Defense Minerals Exploration Administration), interest on borrowings
Total

$20,308.39
$995,570.46
2,644,219.46
6,899,322.00

2,556,721.80
11,692,968.00

1,198,532.91
47,865.88

418.098.95
47,868.88

2,306,436.78

3,296,098.62

11,444,949.41
85.928,744.64
5,100, O C 00
O.

13,108,350.43
91,090,517.09
3.600,000.00

66,321,296.76
7,259,21C.76
12,711,768.32
48,445,57:^:. 45

62,677,427.25
7,532,426.03
14,232,289.80
33,047,231.04

47,124,97^:. 65
3,626.390.89

46,861.923.80
2.568.957.42

105,6n.00
17,505.482.84
bt. 00
109,62S .44

16.128,301.13
322.31

28,688,815 .86

77,123,990.57
2,315,330.45

2,465.624.79

1,392,116.41

»-915.476,810.31

888,358,257.60

> Revised.
•
I Name clianged from Export-Import Bank of Washington by an act approved Mai-. 13,1968 (82 Stat. 47).




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[In millions of dollars]

Fiscal year or n i o n t h

Export-Import
B a n k of t h e
U m t e d States i

Total

Pi

Housing and Urban Development
Departraent
Farmers Home
Administration

Federal National
: Mortgage
Association

Office of
Secretary 2 _

Small Business
Administration

Sales

Sales

Hd

Veterans'
Administration

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Sales

1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1967—JulyAugust
Septeniber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1968—January
February
March
AprU
May
June

- .
....-

1,275 .
1,150.
936 .
598 .
964
1,070
93
57
125
96
120
65
47
97
161
125
48
70

Repurchases

92"
213
12
11
18
10 14
12 15
5
26
24
26
42

Repurchases

Sales

336
436
124
63
153
91

.
.
.
.

1

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(*)

4";
5 .
38 17 -

-

18 -

Sales 3

133
119
157 .
291
729
974
88
50
124
95
119
64
43
92
122
108
48
51

Repurchases

50'
174
11
9 .
16
5
6
10
10
24
21
23
40

Sales

307
144
264
6

Repurchases

Sales

34
104
33
11

Repurchases

Repurchases

5
5
31
120
2

460 .
342 .
327 .
105
71
2
5

"2
15

(*)
'"""(*)'"""
(*)
(*)
(*)

2
6 .
1
2
2 !

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Repui
chases

(*)

1

- - ( - * ) • • • -

(*)

-

Ul

4i
24
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1

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1 N a m e changed from E x p o r t - I m p o r t B a n k of Washington b y an act a p p r o v e d Mar. 13,1968 (82 S t a t . 47).
2 Includes college housing, elderly housing, a n d p u b l i c faciUty loans.
3 Sales b y fiscal years are on basis of a c t u a l figures s h o w n in t h e B u d g e t d o c u m e n t a n d include initial sales of loans from credit insurance f u n d s . T h e m o n t h l y figu res are on
basis of agency reports a n d are p r e l i m i n a r y .
*Less t h a n $500,000.




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343

Government Losses in Shipment
TABLE 108.—Government losses in shipment fund, June 30, 1968
[Established July 8,1937, mider authority of the Government Losses in Shipraent Act, (40 U.S.C. 721-725)]
SECTION I—STATUS OF F U N D
Cumulative
through June
30, 1967

Transactions
Receipts:
Appropriations
Transferred frora securities trust fund pm-suant to:
40 U.S.C. 723
Transferred fi-ora the account "Unclaimed partial
payments on U.S. savings bonds" pursuant to:
Public Law 86-354
Public Law 86-561
Public Law 87-575
Recoveries of payraents for losses
Repayments to the fund
Totalreceipts

F