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FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1972




DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
DOCUMENT NO. 3257A
Secretary

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington : 1973

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CONTENTS
Page

Bases of tables

1
TABLES
SUMMARY OF FISCAL OPERATIONS

1. Summary of fiscal operations, fiscal years 1954-72 and monthly
1972

7

RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1972
Refunds of receipts, fiscal years 1954-72
Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
Means of financing, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities Tnet) fiscal
years 1971 and 1972
Receipts by departments and agencies, fiscal year 1972
Budget receipts and outlays monthly and total for fiscal year 1972
Budget receipts by sources and outlays by major functions, fiscal years
1963-72
Internal revenue collections by tax sources, fiscal years 1936-72
Internal revenue collections and refunds by States, fiscal year 1972__
Deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve banks, fiscal years 194772
Customs collections and payments by regions and districts, fiscal year
1972
Summary of customs collections and expenditures, fiscal years 1971
and 1972
Postal receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1926-72
Seigniorage on coin and silver bullion, January 1, 1935-June 30, 1972_

8
17
18
34
36
39
40
42
46
52
53
54
56
57
58

FEDERAL DEBT

I.—Outstanding
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.

Federal securities outstanding, fiscal years 1954-72
Federal securities held by the public, fiscal years 1954-72
Principal of the public debt, fiscal years 1790-1972
Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1970-72
:
Debt subject to statutory limitation, outstanding June 30, 1940-72_«
Pubhc debt outstanding by classification, June 30, 1962-72
Securities issued by Government agencies subject to statutory debt
limitation, June 30, 1962-72
Interest-bearing securities issued by Federal agencies, fiscal years
1954-72
Maturity distribution and average length of marketable interestbearing public debt, June 30, 1946-72
Summary of the public debt on an accounting basis, June 30, 1972
Public debt securities outstanding on an accounting basis, June 30,
1954-72
Description of public debt issues outstanding, June 30, 1972
Securities issued in advance refunding operations
Description of agency securities and D.C. Armory Board Stadium
bonds subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1972
Debt subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1972
Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended,
1917-72
in




58
59
60
62
65
66
70
72
74
75
76
77
107
110
112
114

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CONTENTS
II.—Operations
Pag«

33. Public debt receipts and expenditures by classes, monthly for the
fiscal year 1972 and totals for 1971 and 1972
116
34. Changes in public debt issues, fiscal year 1972
130
35. Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971—June 1972
170
36. Allotments by investor classes on subscriptions for public marketable
securities, fiscal year 1972
206
37. Allotments of Treasury notes issued during fiscal year 1972, by
Federal Reserve districts
.,
208
38. Allotments of Treasury bonds issued during fiscal year 1972, by
Federal Reserve districts
^
-^
211
39. Statutory debt retirements, fiscal years 1918-72
214
40. Cumulative sinking fund, fiscal years 1921-72
. 215
III.—U.S. savmgs bonds and notes
41. Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series,
fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972
42. Sales and redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds by denominations, fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972
43. Sales and redemptions of U.S. savings notes, fiscal years 1967-72 and
monthly 1972
44. Sales of Series E and H savings bonds by States, fiscal years 1971,
1972 and cumulative
,.
1
45. Savings bonds outstanding, by series and denomination, as of June 30,
1972

216
221
223
224
225

IV.—Interest
46. Amount of interest-bearing pubhc debt outstanding, the computed
annual interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June 30,
1939-72, and at the end of each month during 1972
47. Computed annual interest rate and computed annual interest charge
on the pubhc debt by classes, June 30, 1950-72
48. Interest on the pubhc debt by classes, fiscal years 1968-72

226
228
230

V.—Prices and yields of securities
49. Average yields of taxable long-term Treasury bonds by months,
October 1941-June 1972
231
50. Prices and yields of marketable public debt issues June 30, 1971,
and June 30, 1972, and price range since first traded
:
. 232
VI.—Ownership of Federal securities
51. Estimated ownership of Federal securities outstanding June 30.
1960-72
.
:
52. Summary of Treasury survey of ownership of Federal securities,
June 30, 1971 and 1972
.

234
236

ACCOUNT OF THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES

53. Assets and liabilities in the account of the Treasurer of the United
States, June 30, 1971 and 1972
238
54. Accountability of the Treasurer of the United States on an accounting basis, June 30, 1954-72
239
55. Location of gold, coin, and coinage metals held by the Treasury, .
June 30, 1972
.
._
239
56. Analysis of changes in tax and loan account balances, fiscai years
1960-72..___
.
240
STOCK AND CIRCULATION O F MONEY IN THE UNITED STATES

57. Currency and coin outstanding, in the Treasury, in the Federal ,
Reserve banks, and in circulation, by kinds, June 30, 1972
242
58. Stock of money by kinds, selected years, June 30, 1935-72
244
59. Money in circulation by kinds, selected years, June 30, 1935-72
246
60. Paper currency issued and redeemed during the fiscal year 1972 and
outstanding June 30, 1972, by classes and denominations
247



CONTENTS

V

TRUST AND OTHER FUNDS
Page

61. Airport and airway trust fund, June 30, 1972
62. Civil service retirement and disabihty fund, June 30, 1972
63. Employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1972
64. Retired employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission,
June 30, 1972._
65. Employees' life insurance fund. Civil Service Commission, June 30,
1972
66. Federal disability insurance trust fund, June 30, 1972._
67. Federal hospital insurance trust fund, June 30, 1972
68. Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund, June 30, 1972..
69. Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, June 30, 1972...
70. Foreign service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1972
71. Highway trust fund, June 30, 1972
72. Judicial survivors annuity fund, June 30, 1972
73. Library of Congress trust funds, June 30, 1972
74. National service hfe insurance fund, June 30, 1972
75. Pershing Hall Memorial fund, June 30, 1972
76. Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1972
77. Railroad retirement holding account, June 30, 1972
78. Railroad retirement supplemental account, June 30, 1972
79. Unemployment trust fund, June 30, 1972
80. U.S. Government life insurance fund, June 30, 1972

248
249
251
252
253
255
257
258
259
261
262
264
265
266
267
268
270
270
271
278

CUSTOMS OPERATIONS

81. Merchandise entries, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
82. Carriers and persons arriving in the United States, fiscal 5^eais 1971
and 1972
83. Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States, fiscal
years 1971 and 1972
84. Seizures for violations of customs laws, fiscal years 1971 and 1972...
85. Investigative activities, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
86. Principal commodities on which drawback was paid, fiscal years 1971
and 1972

279
279
280
282
282
283

ENGRAVING AND PRINTING OPERATIONS

87. New postage stamp issues delivered, fiscal year 1972
88. Deliveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1971 and 1972
89. Statement of financial condition June 30, 1971 and 1972
90. Statement of income and expense, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
91. Statement of source and application of funds, fiscal years 1971 and
1972

283
284
286
288
289

INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS

92. Status of Class III awards of the Mixed Claims Commission, United
States and Germany, and Private Law 509 as of June 30, 1972
93. Status of claims of American nationals against certain foreign governments as of June 30, 1972

289
290

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS

94. U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and
international institutions, fiscal years 1945-72
95. U.S. reserve assets, fiscalyears 1958-72
96. U.S. liquid and nonliquid liabilities to foreign official institutions, and
liquid liabihties to all other foreigners, 1958-72
97. International investment position of the United States at yearend__
98. Assets and liabilities of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June
30, 1971, and June 30, 1972




291
293
294
296
298

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CONTENTS
Page

99. Summary of receipts, withdrawals, and balances of nonpurchased
foreign currencies acquired b}^ the U.S. Government without
direct payment of dollars, fiscal 1972
100. Balances of nonpurchased foreign currencies acquired by the U.S.
Government without direct payment of dollars, June 30, 1972

300
301

INDEBTEDNESS OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS

101. Indebtedness of foreign governments to the United States arising
from World War I as of June 30, 1972
102. Status of German World War I indebtedness as of June 30, 1972
103. Outstanding long-term indebtedness of foreign countries on U.S.
Government credits (exclusive of indebtedness arising from World
War I) as of June 30, 1972, by area, country, and major program.
104. Status of accounts under lend-lease and surplus property agreements
(World War II) as of June 30, 1972

303
304
305
310

CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS-TYPE ACTIVITIES OF THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT

105. Comparative statement of securities of, Government corporations
and other business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30.
1962-72
106. Capital stock of Government agencies held by the Treasury or other
Government agencies June 30, 1971 and 1972, and changes during
1972
107. Borrowing authority and outstanding issues of Government corporations and other business-type activities whose securities are issued
to the Secretary ofthe Treasury, June 30, 1972
108. Description of securities of Government corporations and other
business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1972
109. Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations, other business-type activities, and regular governmental
activities, June 30, 1972
110. Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other
business-type activities, and regular governmental activities,
June 30, 1972
111. Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received by the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type activities,
fiscal years 1971 and 1972.._
112. Direct sales and repurchases of loans, fiscal years 1963-72 and monthly
1972

312
314
315
320
321
323
327
328

GOVERNMENT LOSSES IN SHIPMENT

113. Government losses in shipment revolving fund, June 30, 1972

329

PERSONNEL

114. Number of employees in the departmental and field services of the
Department of the Treasury quarterly from June 30, 1971, to
June 30, 1972
.




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Bases of Tables
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 Outlays of the United States Government; (c) warrants issued; (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 Treasurer of the United States. Since 1916
the daily statement has been based on bank transcripts (summarizing charges
for checks paid and credits for depo.sits 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 years 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, as well 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 in the name of Government officers other than the Treasurer of the United
States, and included intragovemmental and other noncash transactions. The
present daily 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 results.
Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays 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 classified by type of account.
This statement shows all receipts and expenditures of the Government including
those made from cash 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 flscal years before 1916 were taken
from reports based on warrants issued.
For receipts, covering warrants were prepared from certificates of deposit
mailed to the Treasury, principally by Government depositaries, showing de1



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posits 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 before 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 transactions 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 Government, 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
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 substantially on the basis of collections (i.e.
as of the time cash receipts are placed under accounting 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 reconciliation, 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 classified as described in the following paragraphs.
Budget accounts
Oeneral fund receipt accounts.—General fund receipt accounts are credited
with all receipts which are not earmarked 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



STATISTICAL APPENDIX

3

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 fund 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.
Oeneral 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 wuth 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 limitations 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 without 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
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 accounting for and administration of intragovernmental activi;
ties (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




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transactions at the time 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 unified budget have been compiled for the
applicable tables back through fiscal 1954.




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







Summary of Fiscal Operations
TABLE 1.—Summary of fiscal operations, fiscal years 1954-72 and monthly 1972
[On basis of "Montiily Statement of Receipts and Outlays of tlie United States Government," see "Bases of Tables"]
Selected balances, end of period

Budget receipts and outlays ^
Fiscal year or month
Net receipts

Outlays 2

$70,889, 744,341
1954
$69,719,267,504
68,509, 184,178
1955
65,468,612,716
70,460,329,329
1956
74,547,008,760
76, 740,582,504
1957..
79,989,824,460
82,575, 092,611
1958..
79,635,842,935
1959
.79,249,126,596
92,104, 458,997
92,223,353,625
1960
92,492,109, 550
97, 794,579.116
1961
94,388, 726,938
106.812, 593,606
1962
_
99,675,605, 041
1963.
106,560,254, 738
111,311, 144,478
1964..
112,661,852, 497
118,583, 707,824
1965
116,833,423, 592
118,429, 745,187
1966
130,855,967, 456
134,651, 926,519
1967
149,552,405, 078
158,254, 256,640
1968
153,671,422, 120
178,832, 655,042
1969
187,784,462, 748
184,548, 168,542
1970...193,743,250, 789
196,587, 785,632
^1971.-..-.:. :i .Tr.T.Tr; .-:~.r:r_ r r r n r r . —-"l-88r39l7860,-086- —21174257•028721-2-'
1972
208,648,558, 730
231,875, 854,081
1971—July
13,197,793, 975
18,555, 646,294
August
15,651,692, 278
19,581,876,897
September
19,709,631, 583
18,196, 160, 770
October
12,461,736, 581
18, 791,284,367
November
14,945,490,
18,947, 135,851
December
17,213,277,
17,484,459,530
1972—January
17,595,775, 555
19,468, 746,416
Februai-y
15,238,553, 891
18, 763,890, 790
March
15,237,115, 032
20,326, 668,089
April
24,533,530, 778
18,698, 054,418
May
17,274,643, 419
19,959, 757, 087
June
25,589,237, 943
23, 202,093.117

Budget surplus,
or deficit (—)

-$1,170,476,837
-3,040,571,462
4,086,679,431
3,249,241,956
- 2 , 939,249,676
-12,855,332,401
268, 755,925
-3,405,852,178
-7,136,988,565
- 4 , 750,889, 740
-5,921,855,327
-1,596,321,595
- 3 , 795,959,063
- 8 , 701,851,561
-25,161, 232,923
3,236, 294,206
-2,844,534,843
^23r0337l-687l-26—
-23,227,295,351
-5,357,852,320
-3,930,184,619
1,513,470,813
-6,329,547,786
- 4 , 001,645,205
-271,182,482
-1,872,970,861
-3,525,336,898
-5,089,553,057
5,935,476,360
- 2 , 685,113, 668
2,387,144,826

1 Detail in fiscal 1972 will not add to total due to yearend adjustments.'
2 The expenditm'e account/loan account distinction is eliminated, and the data
formerly presented in separate columns have been consolidated.
8 For content, see table 17.




Federal securities
held by the
Federal securities <
public 4

$272,223, 065,108
$224,499,347,583
276,933, 494,339
226,616,602,364
274, 604,664,349
222, 225,806,401
273,420, 743,258
219,421,416,472
,
280,310, 750,260
226,363,338, 768
289, 745,991,938
235,002,786,899
293,100, 313, 785
237,176,808,655
295,448, 189,882
238,603,935,157
306,128, 179,540
248,373,176,602
313,982, 733,188
254,461,302,269
320,344, 186, 351
267,553, 066,891
326, 609,315, 023
261, 613,962,465
333,283, 846, 061
264,690,415,677
344, 676,264,466
267,528,868, 721
371,977, 865, 716
290,629,298,865
367,969,306, 637
279,483,000,885
383,428,409,505
284,880,266,929
—3047327,-777,-567—410r292;-476r6i-r323, 769,684,007
438,154, 023,176
308,564,211,105
416,501, 783, 267
316,408,283,301
425,814, 887, 050
313,406, 699,294
422,9ST, 565, 999
314,812,336, 644
422, 703,647, 763
317,401,964,663
425,379, 972, 078
326,883,690,030
436,176, 178,376
,
326,017,866,404
433,432, 272, 696
436,169, 179,915
326, 019, 234, 660
438,378, 145, 201
329,814, 060,104
436,295, 147, 911
327, 766,208,623
439,174, 812, 678
327,137,231,625
438,154, 023,176
323, 769,584, 007

General account
of the Treasurer
of the United
States 6
$6, 738,565,437
6,266, 781,422
6, 799,668,033
5, 648,470,259
9,797,452,839
5,391,691,923
8,166,018,136
6,770,617,586
10,504,210, 952
12,380,408,389
11,116, ] 39,804
12, 709,996,684
12,449, 615,322
7,878,519,874
6, 784,692,839
7,544,408,390
9, 290,801,616
—T0;lT67969775O'11, 785,442, 659
8,192,583,456
10,468,577,352
11,098,815,805
7, 713, 709, 050
5,300,698, 528
12,328, 950, 668
12,302, 751,147
8,152, 994, 913
8,843,619,968
13,543,136,165
10, 707,515,140
11, 786,442, 669

Other cash and
monetary assts

$2,820, 303,510
2,303, 984,346
1,943, 614,996
2, 662,035, 201
3,198, 868,818
3,174, 407,652
2,936, 385,245
2,668, 141,641
2,634, 788,362
2,221, 776,329
1,896, 056,937
2,648, 116,860
2,469, 663,848
2,112,601,319
hj
4,509,826, 675
5,962,635,684
6, 786,048,482
^-479597'6397676' 925, 707
5, 760,
4,092, 006,227
134,818
3,334, 672,374
3,454, 204, 284
3,569, 768,166
3, 641,996,075
3,693, 276, 541
4,465, 457,679
4,
646, 786
4,263, 884,549
4,948, 966, 793
4,135, 925, 707
6, 760,

4 For content, see table 18.
6 Includes transactions in transit as of Jmie 30. For content, see table 54.
NOTE.—Some of the fiscal 1954-68 data have been revised due to reclassifications in
the unified budget during fiscal 1969.

i
>

8

19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
'
Receipts and
TABLE 2.—Receipts and outlays.

On basis of warrants issued from 1789 to 1915 and on basis of daily Treasury statements for 1916 through
of the United States Government." General, special, emergency, and trust accounts combined from
through 1963; on basis of unifled budget thereafter. For explanation of accounts see "Bases of Tables"]
Receipts

Year»

Internal revenue
Other
receipts

Customs
Income and
proflts taxes

Total
receipts»

Other

$4,399,473
3,443,071
4,265,307
4,801,065
5, 588,461
6,667,988
7,649, 650
7,106,062
6,610,449

$208,943
337,706
274,090
337,755
475,290
575,491
644,358
779,136

$19,440
17,946
59,910
356,750
188,318
1,334,252
563, 640
150,076
167,228

$4,418,913
3,669,960
4, 652,923
5,431,905
6,114,534
8,377,530
8,688,781
7,900,496
7,646,813

9,080,933
10,760,779
12.438.236
10,479,418
11,098,665
12,936,487
14, 667,698
16,846, 522
16,363, 661
7,296, 021

809,396
1,048, 033
621,899
215,180
50,941
21,747
20,101
13,061
8,211
4,044

958,420
1,136, 519
1,935, 659
369, 500
676,801
602,459
872,132
539,446
688,900
473,408

10,848,749
12,935,331
14,996,794
11, 064,098
11,826,307
13,560, 693
15,659,931
16,398,019
17, 060, 662
7,773,473

1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1816
1816
1817
1818
1819

8, 583,309
13,313,223
8,958,778
13, 224, 623
5,998,772
7,282,942
36,306,875
26,283,348
17,176,385
20,283,609

7,431
2,296
4,903
4,755
1,662,985
4, 678,059
5,124,708
2, 678,101
955,270
229,594

793,476
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

9,384,215
14,423,529
9,801,133
14,340,410
11,181, 625
15,729,024
47, 677, 671
33,099,050
21,585,171
24,603,375

1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828..
1829

16,005,612
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

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
2,675, 000
1,417,991
1,468,224
1,716,374
1,897, 512
3,234,195
1,540, 654
2,131,168

17,880, 670
14, 573,380
20,232,428
20,540,666
19,381,213
21,840,858
25,260,434
22,966,364
24,763,630
24,827,627

1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839

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
26.302.562
31,482,749

1840
1841
1842
1843»
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849

13,499, 502
14,487,217
18,187,909
7,046,844
26,183,571
27, 528,113
26,712,668
23,747,865
31,757,071
28,346,739

1,682
3,261
495
103
1,777
3,617
2,897
375
376

5,978,931
2,369,682
1,787,794
1,255,755
3,136,026
2,438,476
2,984,402
2,747, 529
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

1789-91
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802 .
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809

.. .

-. .

Footnotes at end of table.




Net
receipts

STATISTICAL

APPENDIX

9

Outlays
fiscal years 1789-1972
1962. Beginning with fiscal year 1953 on basis of the "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays
1789 through 1930. Trust accounts excludea from 1931 through 1953, On basis of "Administrative budget"
—

1

Outlays

D e p a r t m e n t of
the A r m y 3

;
'

S u r p l u s , or
deflcit ( - ) *

Department
of t h e N a v y »

Interest on t h e
public debt

$570
53

$1,286,2'16
777,149
579,822
800.d39
1.459,1^86
996,8.83
1,411,566
1,232,3.')3
1,155, l|38

$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
-1.558.934
-1,426,275
2,650,544
2, 555,147
223,992
-2,119,642

Other* j

Total
outlays'

1

$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
3,195.056
3,300,043
3,053,281
3,186,288

2, 560,879
1,672,944
1,179,148
822,056
875,424
712,781
1,224,355
1,288,686
2,900,834
3,345,772

3,448,716
2,111.424
915,662
1,215,231
1,189.833
1.597,600
1,649.641
1.722,064
1.884.068
2,427,759

3,374,705
4.412.913
4.126,039
3,848,828
4.266,583
4,148.999
3,723.408
3,369,578
3,428,153
2,866,075

1,401,775
1,197,301
1,642,369
1,965,438
2,387,602
4,046,954
3,206,213
1.973,823
1,719,437
1,641,142

10,786,075
9,394,682
7,862,118
7,851,653
8,719,442
10,606,234
9,803,617
8,354,151
9,932,492
10,280,748

62,674
3,640,749
7,133,876
3,212,445
3,106,865
3,054,459
6,766,314
8,043,868
7,128,170
-2,607,275

2,294,324
2,032,828
11,817,798
19,652,013
20,350,807
14,794,294
16,012,097
8,004,237
5,622,715
6,608,300

1.654,244
1,965.566
3,959,365
6,446,600
7,311.291
8,660.000
3,908,278
3,314.698
2.953.695
3,847,640

2,845,428
2,465,733
2,451,273
3,599,455
4,693,239
5,764,669
7,213,259
6,389,210
6,016,447
5,163,538

l,362.il4
1,594.210
2,052,335
1,983.784
2,465,589
3,499,276
3,453,057
4,135,775
5,232,264
5,946,332

8,166,510
8,058,337
20,280,771
31,681,852
34,720,926
32,708,139
30, 586,691
21,843,820
19,826,121
21,463,810

1.227,705
6,386,192
-10,479.638
-17.341,442
-23,639,301
-16,979.115
17,090,980
11,255.230
1.760,050
3,139,665

2,630,392
4,461,292
3,111,981
3,096,924
3,340,940
3,659,914
3,943,194
3,938,978
4,145,645
4,724,291

4,387,990
3,319,243
2,224,459
2,603,766
2,904,682
3, 049,084
4,218,902
4,263,877
3,918.786
3,308,745

6,126,097
6,087.274
5,172,578
4,922,685
4.996,662
4,366,769
3,973,481
3,486,072
3,098,801
2,642,843

6,116,148
2,942,944
4,491,202
4,183,465
9,084,624
4,781,462
4,900,220
4,460,241
5,231,711
4,627,454

18,260,627
16,810,763
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
6,232,208
6,833,826
-945,495
5,983,629
8,224,637
6,827,198
8,368,787
9,624,294

4,767,129
4,841,836
6,446,035
6,704,019
6,696,189
6,769,157
12,169,227
13,682,734
12,897,224
8,916,996

3,239,429
3,856,183
3,966,370
3,901,357
3,956,260
3,864,939
5,807,718
6,646,915
6.131,696
6,182.294

1.913.533
1,383,583
772, 562
303,797
202,153
67,863

5,222.976
6,166, (:)49
7,113, ^83
12,108,379
8,772,967
7,890,854
12,891, ^19
16,913,847
14,821,242
11.400,004

15,143,066
15,247,651
17,288,950
23,017,552
18,627,569
17.572.813
30,868,164
37,243,496
33,865,069
26,899,128

9,701,050
13,279,170
14,578,611
10,930,876
3,164.367
17,857,274
19,958,632
-12,289,343
-7,662,497
4,583,621

7,097,070
8,805,565
6,611,887
2,957,300
5.179,220
5.752.644
10,792,867
38.305,520
25,501,963
14.852,966

6.113.897
6.001,077
8,397,243
3,727,711
6,498,199
6,297,245
6,454,947
7,900,636
9,408,476
9,786,706

174,598
284,978
773, 550
523,695
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
8,826,285
9,847,487
9,676,388
9.956,041
8,075,962
I6.846.|i07

24,317,579
26,565,873
25,205,761
11,858,075
22,337,571
22,937,408
27,766,925
57,281,412
46,377,226
45,051,657

-4,837,464
-9,705,713
-5,229,663
-3.656.373
6.983,803
7,032,698
1,933.042
-30.785,643
-9.641,447
-13,843,514




i4,"997"
399.834

10

19172 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY
T A B L E 2.—Receipts a n d outlays,
Receipts

Yean

Internal revenue
Customs

Other
receipts
Income and
profits taxes

Total
receipts'

Other

1850..
1851..
1852..
1853..
1854..
1855..
1856..
1857..
1858..
1859..

$39,668.686
49,017,568
47,339,327
68,931,866
64,224,190
53,025,794
64,022,863
63,875,905
41, 789,621
49,665,824

$3,934,753
3,541,736
2,507,489
2,655,188
9,576,161
12,324,781
10,033,838
5,089,408
4,865, 746
3,920,641

$43,603,439
52,659,304
49,846,816
61,687,054
73,800,341
65,350,576
74,066,699
68,966,313
46, 655,366
53,486,465

I860-.
1861..
1862..
1863..
1864..
1866..
1868..
1867..
1868..
1869..

53,187,512
39, 682,126
49,066,398
69,059,642
102,316,153
84,928,261
179, 046,652
176,417,811
164,464,600
180,048,427

56,064, 608
41, 509,931
61,987,456
112, 697, 291
264, 626, 771
333,714,605
668,032, 620
490, 634, 010
406, 638,083
370,943, 747

1870..
1871..
1872..
1873..
1874..
1876..
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, 250, 048

1880..
1881..
1882..
1883..
1884..
1886..
1886-.
1887..

186, 522,064
198,159, 676
220, 410, 730
214, 706, 497
195, 067, 490
181, 471,939
192, 905, 023
217, 286,893
219, 091,174
223,832, 742

1890.,
1891..
1892..
1893..
1894..
1895..
1896..
1897..
1898..
1899..

229, 668, 585
219, 522, 205
177, 452,964
203,355,017
131,818,531
152.168, 617
160, 021, 752
176, 554,127
149, 575, 062
206.128,482

1900..
1901..
1902..
1903..
1904..
1905..
1906..
1907..
1908..
1909..
1910..
1911..
1912..

233,164,871
238, 586, 456
254,444, 708
284,479, 582
261, 274, 565
261, 798,857
300, 251,878
332, 233,363
286,113,130
300,711,9.34
333, 683,445
314. 497.071
311,321,672

F o o t n o t e s a t end of table.




$2,741,858
20, 294, 732
60,979,329
72,982,159
66,014,429
41,465,598
34,791,866

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

2,877,096
1.927,805
2.931, 068
5,996,861
52,569,484
39.322,129
69,769,155
48,188,662
60,085,894
32,538,869

37,776,874
19,162,661
14,436,862
6,062,312
139, 472
233
688

147,123,882
123,935, 603
116, 205,316
108, 667,002
102, 270,313
110,007, 261
116, 700,144
118, 630,310.
110, 581, 626,
113, 561, 611

31,817,347
33,965,383
27, 094, 403
31,919,368
39, 465,137
20,824,836
29,323,148
31,819, 618
17, Oil, 574
23, 015, 626

411,266,477
383,323,945
374,106,868
333,738,206
304,978, 756
288,000,051
294,096,865
281,406, 419
257, 763,879
273,827,185

124,009,374
135, 261,364
146, 497, 696
144, 720, 369
121, 530,445
112,498, 726
116,805,936
118,823,391
124, 296,872
130,881,514

22,995,173
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

333,626, 611
360, 782, 293
403, 525, 250
398, 287, 582
348,519,870
323,690, 706
336,439, 726
371,403, 277
379, 266,075
387,050, 059

142,606, 706
145, 686, 250
153,971, 072
161,027,624
147, 111, 233
143,344, 541
146, 762,865
146, 688, 574
170,900,642
273,437,162

30,806,693
27.403,992
23,613,748
21, 436,988
27,425, 652
29,149,130
31,357,830
24,479,004
84,846,631
36.394,977

403,080,984
392, 612,447
354,937, 784
386,819, 629
306,355,316
324, 729, 419
338,142, 447
347, 721, 705
405,321,335
515,960, 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
268,981, 738
289, 012. 224
293,028,896

38,748,054
41,919.218
36.153,403
46, 591,016
46,908,401
48,380,087
45, 682,365
63, 960, 250
64,037, 650
57,395,920
51,894, 751
64,806. 639
59, 675,332

667, 240,852
587,685,338
562,478,233
561,880, 722
641,087,085
544, 274,685
594,984,446
665,860,386
601,861,907
604,320,498
675, 511, 715
701,832. 911
692,609, 204

3,022
55, 628

77,131

20,951, 781
33, 516,977
28,683,304

Net
receipts

11

ST.\TISTICAL APPElSfDIX

fiscal years 1789-1972-—Continued
Outlays

;

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

Interest on t h e
public debt

$7,904,709
9,005,931
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
3,666,833
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, '673
23,652,206
32,441,630
29,342,1^43
36, 577,'226
34,107,692
33,148,1280
28,645 700

$39,543,492
47,709,017
44,194,919
48,184,111
68,044,862
69, 742,668
69, 571,026
87, 795. 708
74,185, 270
69,070,977

$4,059,947
4,850,287
5,661,897
13,402,943
15. 765,479
5,607,907
4,485,673
1,169, 605
-27,529,904
-15,684,512

16,409, 767
22,981,160
394,368, 407
599,298, 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, 503
20,000, 758

3,177, 315
4, 000,174
13,190, 325
24, 729,847
53, 685, 422
77,397,712
133, 087, 742
143,781, 592
140, 424, 046
130, 694, 243

32,028 J661
27,144 433
24, 534 810
27, 490 313
35,119 382
66, 221 (206
59,967 1855
87, 602 667
87,894 088
93, 668 :286

63,130,598
66,546,645
474, 761,819
714,740,725
865,322, 642
1,297,655,224
620,809,417
357, 542,675
377,340, 285
322,865,278

-7.065,990
- 2 5 , 0 3 6 , 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

57,655, 876
35, 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
18,903,310
14,969,935
17, 365,301
15,125.127

129, 235,498
125, 576, 566
117,357,840
104, 750,088
107,119,815
103, 093, 646
100,243, 271
97,124, 512
102, 500,875
105, 327,949

100,982,1157
111, 369,'603
103,638,1156
116,745,1162
122, 267,1644
108,911,676
107,823,i616
92,167,i292
84,944,'003
106,069,; 147

309,653,561
292,177,188
277,617,963
290,345,245
302,633,873
274,823,393
265.101,085
241.334,475
236,964,327
266,947,884 |

101,601,916
91,146, 757
96, .588,905
43,392,960
2,344,883
13,376,658
28,994,780
40.071,944
20, 799, 552
6,879,301

38,116,918
40, 466, 461
43, 570,494
48,911,383
39, 429,603
42, 670, 678
34,324,153
38, 561,026
38, 522, 436
44, 435, 271

13. 536, 985
15,686, 672
15, 032,046
15, 283, 437
17, 292, 601
16, 021,080
13,907,888
15,141,127
16,926, 438
21,378,809

95, 757, 575
82, 508, 741
71,077, 207
59,160,131
54, 578,379
51,386, 256
50, 580,146
47, 741, 577
44, 715. 007
41,001, 484

120,231,1482
122,051,! 014
128, 3011693
142,053] 187
132,825] 661
150,149 021
143, 670 952
166,488 451
167, 760 920
192,473 414

267,642,958
260,712,888
257,981, 440
265,408,138
244,126,244
260,226,936
242,483,139
267,932,181
267,924,801
299,288,978

66,883,653
100, 069,405
145, 643,810
132,879,444
104,393,626
63,463, 771
93,956, 587
103,471,096
111,341,274
87, 761,081

44,582,838
48, 720, 065
46,896, 456
49,641, 773
64, 567,930
61,804, 759
50,830,921
48,950,268
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, 561, 546
58,823,985
63,942,104

30, 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

318,040,711
365,773,904
345,023,331
383.477,953
367,525,281
356,195,298
352,179, 446
365, 774,159 1
443,368,583
605,072,179

85, 040, 273
26,838,543
9,914, 453
2,341, 676
-61,169,965
-31,465,879
-14,036,999
-18,052,454
- 3 8 , 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
175,840,453
192. 486,904
189,823,379
197,199, 491
184,122. 793

65,953, 078
60, 506,978
67,803,128
82, 618,034
102, 956,102
117, 550, 308
110, 474, 264
97,128, 469
118,037,097
115, 646, Oil
123,173,717
119, 937, 644
135.591,968

40,160,333
32, 342,979
29,108,045
28, 556,349
24, 646, 490
24, 590,944
24, 308, 576
24, 481,158
21, 426,138
21,803.836
21,342,979
21,311,334
22, 616,300

215,362 383
253,392 808
245, 575 620
276, 435 704
253, 414 651
244,614 713
238,815! 764
244,471 236
254,967 542
271,39li 896
I
289,972i 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
359,276,990
352,753, 043
347,650|, 286

620,860,847
524,816,925
485,234,249
517,006,127
583,659,900
567, 278,914
570,202,278
579,128,842
659,196,320
693,743,885
693,617,065
691,201,512
689,881.334

46,380, 005
63,068,413
77. 243,984
44,874, 596
-42,572,815
-23,004,229
24,782,168
86,731,544
-57,334,413
-89,423,387
-18,105,350
10,631,399
2. 727,870

$9,400,239
11,811,793
8,226,247
9,947,291
11,733.629
14,773,826
16,948,197
19,261, 774
25,485,383 1
23, 243,823

488-983—73^



1

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

Department
of t h e N a v y 3

other 4 j

Total
outlays 3

TABLE 2.—Receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1972—Continued

tSD

Receipts
Year!

Customs

Internal revenue
Income and
profits taxes

Other receipts

Other

Total receipts
by major
sources 2

Refunds and
transfers *

Interfund
transactions

N e t receipts

(deduct) 8
S3

1913
1914
1916
1916
1917
1918
1919

$318,891,396
292,320,014
209,786,672
213,185,846
225,962,393
179,998,385
184,457,867

$35,006,300
71,381,275
80,201,759
124,937,253
359,681,228
2,314,006,292
3,018,783.687

$309,410,668
308,659,733
335,467,887
387,764,776
449,884,980
872,028,020
1,296,501,292

$60,802,868
82,312,145
72,454,509
56,646,873
88,998,194
298,550,168
652,514.290

$724,111,230
734,873,187
697,910,827
782,534,548
1,124,324,795
3,664,682,865
6,152,257,136

-$9,648,197
-9,556,243
-14,493,508
-21,089,442
-23,824,686
-19,343,075
-22,214,698

1920
1921
1922
1923
1924

322,902,660
308,564,391
356,443,387
561,928,867
546,637,504

3,944,949,288
3,206,046,168
2.068.128.193
1,678,807,428
1,842,144,418

1,460,082,287
1,390,379,823
1,145,125,064
945,865,333
953,012,618

966,631^164
719,942,589
539,407,507
820,733,853
671,250,162

6,694,56.5,389
5,624,932,961
4,109,104,151
4,007,135,481
4,012,044,702

1925.
1926
1927
1928
1929.

547,561,226
579,430.093
605,499,983
568,986.188
602.262.786

1,760,537,824
1.982,040,088
2,224,992,800
2,173,952,657
2,330,711,823

828,638,068
855,599,289
644,421,542
621,018,668
607,307,549

643,411,567
545,686,220
654,480,116
878,390,745
492,968,067

1930
1931
1932
1933
1934

587,000,903
378,354,005
327,754,969
250,750,251
313,434,302

2,410.988,978
1,860,394,295
1,057,335,853
746,206,445
817,961,481

628,308,036
569,386,721
503,670,481
858,217.612
1,822,842,347

1935
1936
1937
1938
1939

343,353,034
386,811,594
486,358,599
359,187,249
318,837,311

1,099,118,638
1,426,675,434
2,163,413,817
2,640,284,711
2,188,757,289

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

348,590,638
391,870,013
388,948,427
324,290,778
431,252,188

2,126,324,635
3,469,637,849
7,980,464,973
16,093,668,781
34,654.851,852




Receipts, less
refunds and
transfers

$714,483,033
725,116,924
683,417,319
761,445,106
1,100,500,109
3,645,239,790...
5,130,042.438

$714,483,033
726,118,924
683,417,319
761,446,108
1,100,600,109
3,646,239,790
5,130.042,438

-45,667,064
-54,143,041
-83,203,427
-154,340,910
-140,831,069

6,648,898,325
5,570,789,920
4,025,900,724
3,862,794,571
3,871,213,633

6,648,898.326
5,570,789,920
4,026,900,724
3,852,794,571
3,871,213,633

3,780,148,685
3,962,755,690
4,129,394,441
4,042,348,158
4,033,260.225

-139,343,469
-167,647,775
-116,600,643
-142,019,394
-171,660,851

3,640,805,216
3,795,107,915
4,012,793,798...
3,900,328,762
3,861,589,374

3,640,805,216
3,795,107.916
4,012,793,798
3,900,328,762
3.861,689.374

551,645,785
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
3,115,554,050

-120,057,660
-74,081,709
-81,812,320
-58,483,799
-51,286,138

4,057,884,142
3,115,556,923
1,923,913,117
2,021,212,943
3,064,267,912

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

4,057,884,142
3,115,658,923
1,923,891,824
1,996,843,833
3,014,969,799

2,178,571,390
2,086,276,174
2,433,726,286
3,034,033,726
2,972,463,558

179,424,141
216,293,413
210,093,635
208,156,641
187,765,468

3,800,467,202
4,115,956,616
6,293,690,237
6,241,661,227
6,667,823,626

-70,653,357
-47,019,926
-314,989,542
-626,440,065
-671,524,096

3,729,913,846
4,068,936,689
4,978,600,695
6,615,221,162
4,996,299,530

23,958,245
71,877,714
22,988,139
27,209.289
17,233,672

3,705,956,800
3,997,058,976
4,955,612.666
5,588,011,873
4,979,065,968

3,177,809.363
3,892,037.133
6,032,652,915
6,050,300,218
7,030.136.478

241,643,315
242,066,685
294,614,145
934,062,619
3,324,809.903

5,893,387.939
7,995,611,580
13,676,680,460
23,402; 322,396
45,441,049,402

-749,354,895
-892,880,197
-1,121,244,376
-1,416,621,609
-1,806,734,048

6,144,013,044
7,102,931,383
12,555,436,084
21,986,700,787
43,635,315,356

6,763,273
7,255.331
8,817,329
39,417,830
72.705.896

5.137,249.771
7.095.676,052
12,546,618,755
21.947,283,157
43,562,609,460

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Outlays

Year»
D e p a r t m e n t of
the A r m y 3

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

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

Other 4

Total outlays b y
Interfund transmajor purposes 2 4 actions (deduct) 8

Total outlays««

S u r p l u s , or
deficit (—) 4

1913..
1914..
1915..
1916..
1917..
1918..
1919..

$202.128. 697
208,349. 245
202,059,624
183,176,439
377,940,870
4, 869,955, 286
9, 009, 075, 789

$133,262, 882
139,882,186
141,836,654
153,853, 567
239, 632.767
1, 278,840,487
2,002.310,785

$22,899,108
22,883,957
22,902,897
22,900,869
24,742,702
189,743,277
619,215,669

$356,573,099
354,629,800
379,295,219
353,035,885
1,311,540,738
6,338,820,346
6,862,063,114

$714.863,766
725,625,188
746,093,294
712,966,760
1,953,857,065
12,677,359,396
18,492,666,257

$714,883,766
725,526,188
746,093,294
712,966,760
1,953,857,065
12,677,359,396
18,492,685,257

-$400,733
-408,264
-62,675,975
48,478,346
-863,356,956
-9,032,119,608
-13,362.622,819

1920..
1921..
1922..
1923..
1924.

1, 621,963, 095
1,118,076,423
457, 756,139
397, 050, 596
357, 016, 878

736.021,456
660,373,838
476,775,194
333, 201,198
332, 249,137

1,020,251,622
999,144,731
991.000,759
1,055,923,690
940,602,913

2,979,460,604
2,294,189,659
1,383.872,381
1,354,111,135
1,277,977,968

6,367,676,777
6,061,784,649
3,289.404,473
3,140,286,619
2,907,846,896

6,357,876,777
6,061,784,849
3,289,404,473
3,140,286,619
2,907,846,896

291,221,548
509,005,271
738,496,251
712,607,952
963,368,737

2,923,761,883
2,929,964,048
2,857,429,031
2,961,245,461
3,127,198,635

717,043,363
865,143,867
1,155,364,766
939,083,301
734,390,739

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

370, 980, 708
364,089,945
369,114,117
400, 989, 683
425, 945,577

346,137,110
312,743.410
318,909, 096
331,335, 492
364,561,644

881,806,662
831,937,700
787.019,578
731,764,476
678,330,400

1,324,837,383
1,421,192,993
1,382,386,240
1,497,155,810
1,658,361,114

2,923,761,863
2,929,964,048
2,867,429,031
2,961,245,461
3,127,198,635

1930.
'1931..
1932..
1933..
1934.

464, 853.615
- 4S67r41r754
476,305,311
434, 620,860
408, 686, 783

374,183,870
"353,768,185
357,517,834
349, 372, 794
296,927,490

659,347,613
6ilv5-5«r704699,276,631
689,366,106
766,617,127

1,821,846,326
"2,125,'964,360"
3,226,103,049
3,149,506,267
5,231,768,454

3,320,211,324
3.577,434,003
4,669,202,825
4,622,865,028
6,693,899,854

$21,294
24,369.110
49,298,113

3,320,211,324
3,677,434,003
4,659,181,632
4,598,495,918
8,844,601,741

737,672,818
-461,877,080
-2,735,289,708
-2,601,652,085
-3,629,631,943

1935..
1936.,
1937.
1938.,
1939.

487,995, 220
618,687,184
628,104, 286
644, 263,842
696, 256.481

436, 265, 532
628, 882,143
556,674,066
598,129, 739
672, 722, 327

820,926,353
749,398,802
866,384,331
926,280,714
940,539.764

4,775,778,841
8,596,619,790
5,704,858,728
4,625,163,466
6,649,938,998

6,520,965,945
8,493,485,919
7,756,021,409
6,791,837,780
8,868,457,570

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

6,497,007,700
8,421,608,206
7,733,033,270
6,784,628,471
8,841.223,998

-2,791,052,100
-4,424,549,230
-2,777,420,714
-1,176,618.598
-3,862,158,040

1940.
1941..
1942.
1943.,
1944.

907.160.151
3.938,943, 048
14, 325,608,098
42,525,562. 523
49,438,330.168

891,484,523
2, 313,057, 956
8,679,588,976
20.888,349. 028
26.637, 633.877

1,040,935,697
1,110,692,812
1,260,085,336
1.808.160,396
2,608,979,808

6,222,451,833
5,899,509,926
9,880,496,406
14,185,059,207
18,473,764,067

9,062,032,204
13,262,203,742
34,046,678,816
79,407,131,152
95,058.707.898

8,763,273
7.265,331
8,817.329
39,417.630
72.705,898

9,055,268,931
13,264,948,411
34,036,861,487
79,367,713,622
94.986,002,002

-3,918,019,161
-6,159,272,358
-21,490,242,732
-57,420,430.385
-61,423,392,641

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TABLE 2.—Receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1789-1972—Continued
14^
Receipts
Year 1

Internal revenue

T o t a l receipts
b y major
sources 2

Refunds and
transfers «

R e c e i p t s , less
refunds a n d
transfers

$8,728,950,555
9,425,537,282
10,073,840,241
10, 682,516,849
10,825,001,116

$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
44,508,188,807
48,098,807,314
42,773, 505,520

- $3,275,002, 706
--4,466,731, 580
--4,722,007, 571
--4,610,628,472
--5.077.956,071

$44,475, 303,665
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
113,478,853
32,578.610

$44,362,020,944
39,649,870,986
39,877,167,024
41,374,701,989
37,862,972,939

11,185,936.012
13,353,541,306
14,288,368, 522
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
--5,801,058,408
--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, 918
64,670,584,424

Income and
profits taxes

1949 7
1960
1951
1952
1953

$35,173,051,373
30,884,796,016
29,305,568,454
31,170,968,403
29.482,283,759

422.650,329
824,008,052
550,696,379
613,419,582

1948 7

Other

$354,775,542
435,475,072
494,078,260
421,723,028
384,484,796

1946
1946
1947

28,262,671,097
37,762,653,688
51,346, 525,736
54,362,967. 793

I n c o m e taxes
Yeari

1954.....
1956
1966
1957
1958
1969

N e t receipts

Social insurance taxes a n d
contributions
Excise taxes

Individual

Interfund
transactions
(deduct) 6

O t h e r receipts

Customs

Estate and
gift taxes C u s t o m s duties

Corporation

$32,392,146,700 $21,522,853,908 $10,014,443,842
31,654,170,061
9,210,681,897
18,264,720,352
35,340,349,927
21,298, 521,621 10,004,194,869
21,530,653,013
39,066,648,244
10,637,643,788
38, 681,942,041 20,533,315, 590
10,814,267,526
18,091,609,456
40,791,874,129
10,759,649,109

Employment
Contributions
taxes a n d
for other
contributions " insurance and
r e t i r e m e n t 10

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- Miscellaneous
taxes a n d
receipts

Refunds of
receipts 1

Net budget
receipts

$945,049,092
936.267,446
1,171,237,192
1,377,998.889
1,410,925,018
1,352,982,426

$562,020,819
606,396,634
704,897,516
764,461,446
799,504,808
948,412,215

$6,286,675,249
6,031,045,395
7,124,632,038
7,463,157,974
8,699,152,717
8,904,630,798

$1,984,346,542
1,886,467,854
2, 263,981,844
2, 594,588, 920
2,618, 584,155
2, 904,787,240

$449, 568,926
355,950,702
389,223,885
640,306,673
776,161,636
609,133,892

-$3,417,737,374
-3,476,987,625
- 3 , 750,030,132
- 3 , 975,532,487
-4,598,010,555
-6,113,752,689

$69,719,267, 504
65,468, 612,716
74,547,008,760
79,989,824,460
79,635,842,935
79, 249,126,596

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

44,971,310,266
46,163,000,792
60, 649, 593,506
62, 987,680,596
54,690,354,384

22,179,414,267
21,764,940,001
21,295,711,399
22,336,133, 758
24,300,863,236

11,864,740,881
12,064,302,042
12,762,175,848
13,409, 737,348
13,950.231,780

1,628,347,638
1,916,392,302
2,036,187,128
2,187,467,229
2,416,303,318

1,123,037,579
1,007,756,214
1.171,206,974
1,240,537,884
1.284.176,380

11,337.418,282
12,775,130, 588
12,978, 640,446
14,886,842,299
17,125,163,991

3,437,824,557
3, 762,792,880
4,216, 589,270
5,061,090,240
5,056,637,393

1,189,529,887
920,422,350
844,270,781
1,023,262,348
1,086,307,634

-5,237,513,807
-5,976,009,231
-6,285,689,311
—6,571,386,983
-7,148.085.619

92,492,109, 550
94,388,726,938
99,676,605,041
106, 660,254,738
112,661,852,497

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

53,680,682,653
61,297,561,520
69,370,595,136
78,252,045,190
97,440,406,013

28,131,333,626
30.834.242.695
34,917,825,260
29,896,519,677
38.337.645.690

14.792.778,809
13,398,112,012
14,113,747,719
14,320,396,487
15,542,046,719

2,745,532,499
3,093,921,882
3,014,405.754
3,081, 978,790
3,530,064,861

1,477,548,821
1,811,170,211
1,971,799,791
2,113,474,950
2,387,190,473

17,550,191,742
20,889,528,322
28,105,097,413
29,487,010,470
34,841,043,355

4,907,261, 587
4,911,369,694
6, 532,756,875
6,403,864,807
5, 688, 676,958

- 6 , 0 2 9 , 544,469
1, 597, 638,325
- 7 , 2 5 5 , 579,949
1,876,651,069
2,107,863,544
-9,581,686,414
2,491,496,357 -11,375,364,608
2, 908, 510,957 -12,891,120,278

116,833,423, 592
130,855,967,458
149, 562,406,078
153,671,422,120
187,784,462,748

1970
1971
1972

103, 651,585,605
100,762,420,384
108, 879,185,648

35,036, 982,990
30,319,953,030
34,925,545,565

16,904,263,868 3, 680,076,379 2,494, 294,171
16,871,851,093 3.784,283,489 2,667,362,160
16,847,036, 616 5,489,969,119 3,394,299,291

39,519,784,951
42,217,172,018
46,667,719,278

6,171,434,438
6,886,985,249
7,807,193,026

3,424,174,505
3,858,297,227
3,632,735,338

193, 743, 250,789
188.391,860,086
208, 648, 558, 730




&3

-16.139.325,917
-18,956,464,564
-18,895,124,050

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Outlays
Yeari
D e p a r t m e n t of
the Army*
1945
1946
1947
1948 ^
1949?
1960
19618
1962
1953

...
...
...

...
...

Yeari

D e p a r t m e n t of
the Navy«

$50,490,101,936
27,986,769,041
9,172,138,889
7,698,668,403
7,862,397,097
5,789,467,599
8,635,938,754
17,452,710,349
17,054,333,370

$30,047,152.135
15,164,412,379
5,697,203,036
4,284.619.125
4,434,705,920
4,129,645,863
6,862,548,845
10,231,284,765
11,874,830,152

Department
of A g r i c u l t u r e

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

D e p a r t m e n t of
t h e Air F o r c e *
.

$1,690,460,724
3,520,632,580
6,358,603,828
12,851,619,343
16,085,227,952

$3,616.686,048
4,721, 957,683
4,957, 922,484
5,211.101,885
6,339,396,336
5,749,913,084
5,612,654,812
5,859,263,437
6,503,580,030

Other

$14,282,279,670
12,574,435,216
19,305,128,987
15,874,431,605
20,180,029,420
20,427,444,299
17,688,084,620
19,012,727,036
23,756,285,980

Total outlays b y Interfund transmajor purposes 2 4 actions (deduct) 8
$98,416,219,790
60,447, 574,319
39,032,393,376
33,088,708,998
39, 506,989,497
39,617,003,195
44,057,830,859
65,407,684,930
74,274, 257,484

D e p a r t m e n t of t h e T r e a s u r y

$113,282,721
121,532,724
109,014,012
113,476,853
32,678,610
72,966,260
87,646,409
104,383,636
154,459,602

Total
outlays 2 4

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

$98,302,937,089
60,326,041,595
38,923,379,364
32,965,232,145
39,474,412,987
39,544,036,935
43,970,284,450
65,303,201,294
74,119,797,882

-$53,940,916,128
-20,676,170,609
753,787,660
8,419,469,844
-1,811,440,048
-3,122,102,357
3,609,782,624
-4,018,640,378
-9,449.213,457

N e t outlays

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

Department
of H e a l t h , E d u cation, a n d
WeKare w

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

$40,625,674,430
35,629,778,698
36,692,897,354
38,719,034,957
39,916, 688,798
44,602,920,493

$1,977,283,991
1,989,947,310
2,067,374,737
2,292,685,544
2,636,400,425
3,089,040,327

$6,382,485,640
6,370,361,774
8,786,598,863
7,244,193,486
7,606,774,062
7,592,769,102

$5,022,986,982
8,025,333,595
6,804,477,133
8,255,275,789
11,252,262, 998
13,934,236,415

$15,504,712, 513
15,437,425,728
15,801, 617,195
17,525,373, 669
18,734,205,883
18,693,799,491

-$1,236,883,402
-1,218,673,794
-1,453,307,258
-1,856,452,831
-1,939,661,669
-2,237,689,445

$70,889,744,341
68,509,184,178
70,460,329,329
76,740,682,504
82,676,092, 611
92,104,458,997

-$1,170,476,837
-3,040,571,462
4,086,679,431
3,249,241,956
-2,939,249,676
-12,855,332,401

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

Other
O t h e r 1213

Undistributed
intrabudgetary
transactions

1954
1955
1966
1957
1958
1959

. $2,613,484,207
. 4,275,010,967
. 4,760,671,305
. 4,560,471,890
. 4,368,422,114
. 6,629,382,614

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

.
.
.
.
.

4,842,598,871
6,383,802,475
6,294,073,812
7,332,799,230
7,458,177,889

" 43,968,847.782
» 45,688,376,272
" 49,283.444,729
49,242,562,050
60,702,892,890

3,400,074,762
3, 680,977,437
4,210,376,106
20,248,873,528
21,695,149,315

9,179,588,867
8,957,241,616
9,119,759,808
9,895,303,949
10,665,858.127

13,572,618,347
15,826,494,755
17,518,660,038
-150,424,943
-114,183,494

19,655,888,511
20,706,655,578
22,899,608,057
27,385,929,284
31,052,420,542

- 2 , 296,263,275
-2,448,969,016
-2.613,328,944
- 2 , 643,898,620
-2,876,607,445

92,223,353,625
97,794,579,116
106,812,593,606
111,311,144,478
118,583,707,824

.
.
.
.
.

6,795,400.181
6,513,411,042
6,841,151,394
7,308,960,660
8,330,318,006

47,179,328,954
65,445,393,783
68,762,932,164
78,672,893,689
79.137.136,574

22,732,250,917
27,959,129,367
34,807,693,058
40,576,498,177
46,694,029,486

11,348,454,580
12,013,862,667
13,391,068,052
14,573,008,397
16,688,236,606

86,677,481
413,151,635
-327,021,634
81, 521,582
335,558,631

33,398,637,223
36,671,466,641
39,913,935,072
42,120,742,184
38.679,760,209

-3,109,004,109
-3,384,488,516
- 3 , 935,501,686
- 4 , 4 9 8 , 969,647
-5,116,860,970

118,429,745,187
134,651,926,519
158,254,256,640
178,832,655,042
184,648,188,642

. 8,308,583,326
. 8,669,794,596
. 10,942,507,631

78,360,187, 659
76,921,974,338
76,679,370,170

52,337, 602, 274
61,866,310,997
71,778,816,603

19,303, 669,614
20,959,044,235
21,848,807,195

205,675, 958
31,387, 543
275,200,378

44,454, 083,531
61,462,873,004
68,208, 666,633

- 6 , 3 7 9 , 8 7 6 , 627
- 7 , 3 7 6 , 3 5 6 , 501
-7,867,513,529

196, 587, 785, 632
211,425,028,212
231,875, 854,081

5

-1,596,321,595
-3,796,959,063
-8,701,851,661
-25,161,232,923
3,236,294,206

1970
1971
1972

g

288,755,925
-3,406,852,178
-7,136,988,565
-4,750,889,740
-5,921,855,327

1965.
1968
1987
1968
1969

i

-2,844,634,843
-23,033,168,126
-23,227,295,351

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19172 REPORT OF THE SEORETARY OF THE TREASURY
Footnotes to table 2

» From 1789 to 1842 the flscal year ended Dec. 31; from 1844 to date, on June 30. Figures 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 Government corporations for retirement of capital stock
and for disposition of earnings, are excluded in reporting both budget receipt? and outlays. Neither change
affects the budget surplus or deficit. Figures beginning with fiscal 1913 have been adjusted accordingly for
comparability. For adjustments for refunds of receipts for fiscal years 1931-63, see 1967 Annual Report, pp.
448-449. For capital transfers for fiscal 1931 through 1948, see 1958 Annual Report, p. 396, footnote 3.
8 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 Washington through flscal 1915. Department of the Army outlays include those of the Department of the Air Force
(established Sept. 18,1947) from funds made available before flscal 1949. Beginning with fiscal 1962 outlays
of the Department of Defense not classified among its three departments are included under "Other."
Military assistance outlays for foreign aid programs are included under "Other" except as noted. See
footnote 14.
4 The practice of Including statutory debt retirements in budget outlays was discontinued effective with
flscal 1948. Such outlays are not included in this table, nor does the "Surplus or deficit" take into account
such outlays. Table 39 shows details of statutory debt retirements.
fi Refunds of receipts and transfers to trust funds. For content for fiscal years 1931-53 see 1967 Annual Report,
pp. 448-449.
8 For content see 1981 Annual Report, pp. 450-457.
7 Sec. 114(f) ofthe 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 in fiscal 1949, with consequent effect on the budget surplus
or deflcit of those years. This bookkeeping transaction had no effect on the actual timing of either receipts
or outlays. In order to simplify comparison of flgures 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 in 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 follows:
Fiscalyear 1948 Fiscal year 1949
Budgetreceipts
$41,374,701,989 $37,662,972,939
Budget outlays
36,955,232,145 36,474,412,987
Budget surplus
6,419,469,844
1,188,659,962
8 Beginning with fiscal 1951, investments of wholly owned Government corporations In public debt
securities are excluded from budget outlays. See table 8.
9 Includes Federal old-age and survivor's. Federal disability. Federal hospital, and railroad retirement
tax act receipts.
1 Includes unemployment insurance. Federal supplementary medical, civil service retirement, and other
0
employees' retirement receipts.
11 For content see table 3.
1 Social security trust fund outlays are reflected under the Department of the Treasury through fiscal
2
year 1962, and under the Departraent of Health, Education, and Welfare, thereafter.
13 Includes interest payments by Government corporations and other business-type activities on securities Issued to the Treasury.
1 Includes military assistance.
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TABLE 3.—Refunds of receipts, fiscal years 1954-72
[On basis of " M o n t h l y S t a t e m e n t of R e c e i p t s a n d O u t l a y s of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s G o v e r n m e n t , " see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " ]
Internal revenue
Year

1954...
1956...
1968...
1957...
1968...
1959...
1980...
1961...
1962...
1963...
1964...
1966...
1986...
1987...
1968...
1969...
1970...
1971...
1972...

Individual
income
taxes

$3,410, 229,727
3,844, 766,225
4,016, 080,413
4,230, 464,258
4,814, 851,182
5,078, 503,805
6,399, 834,629
6,893, 412,362
4,869. 010,781
6,851 430,133
7,844, 839,232
9,526, 632,235
10,191, 458,409
13,239, 798,270
14, 522, 410,442
14,142, 569,841

Corporation
income
taxes

E x c i s e taxes i

3 $3,345, 409,388
3 3,399, 917,262
3 3,652, 511,738
$383,680, 697
$103, 291,398
459,211,609
86, 318,439
782,466,420
84, 370,342
685,336,936
84, 970,291
810,492,927
78, 301,929
773,053,077
86, 742,688
299,718
767,233,633
808,341,188
93, 004,025
99, 423,244
670,388,676
216, 797,297
761,215,081
946,468,292
183, 291,991
1,231,846,317
126, 964,025
1,660,087,742
96, 034,570
2,207,653,279
166, 700,341
3,535,378,271
133, 424,802
1,055, 924,767
2,769,629,377

Estate and
gift taxes

$13,262,017
18,007,121
20,072,618
20,205,172
20,464,777
18,816,683
20,192,232
22,704,075
29,368,796
27,604,614
36,094,553
31,283,087
39,211,247
36,655,493
49,205,814
64,107,460

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
35,205,181
44,627,266
71,084,600
75,236,726
68,228,070
64,078,834
65,956,521
107,393,343

1 Excludes highway trust and airport and airway trust.
2 O n l y refunds of railroad r e t i r e m e n t receipts are s h o w n for fiscal y e a r s 1954 t h r o u g h




Miscellaneous
taxes a n d
receipts

$11,269,809
4,389,417
8,241,987
4,500,703
2,873,181
3,721,550
2,828,592
2,260,573
1,225,761
700,987
1,196,525
3,161,988
285,306
107,401
82,797
383,232
60,157
83,711
146,698

F e d e r a l oldage, d i s a b i l i t y . A-irport
and hospital and airway
insurance
trust fund
trust funds
$40,500,000
61,000,000
66,000,000
68,190,000
75,465,000
83,430,000
89,190,000
95,740,000....
141,667,500
139,425,000
185,800,000..
191,690,000
227,675,000
282,166,250
262,716,000
604,952,500
386,093,750
517,614,000 $1,676,730
447,332,000
1,499,163

Highway
trust fund

$89,913,009
96,899,743
103,472,543
125,703,141
131,302.902
126,319,308
126,836,556
123,498,341
119,771,763
211,507,037
114,387,492
223,754,603
32,073,826
122,512,416
312,710,263

Railroad
retirement
and unemployment
t r u s t funds 2
$86,206
61,098
100,145
2,580,288
3,618,143
3,491,945
2,562,624
2,755,170
5,037,793
3,206,652
4,677,689
7,797,483
6,173,691
6,137,166
6,336,929
7,011,906
7,211,966
8,202.857
13,811,137

Total refunds
of receipts

$3,417,737,374
3,476,987,625
3,750,030,132
3,975,632,487
4,598,010,555
5,113,762,669
6,237,613,807
6,976,009,231
6,266,669,311
6,571,388,963
7,148,085,619
6,029,644,469
7,255,579,949
9,581,688,414
11,375,364,608
12,891,120,278
18,139,325,917
18,956,484.664
18,895,124,060

3 A d i s t r i b u t i o n of i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e refunds b y tax category is n o t available for fiscal
years 1954 t h r o u g h 1958.
N O T E . — F o r refunds prior to fiscal 1964, see 1987 A n n u a l R e p o r t , p p . 448-449.

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T A B L S 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972

[In thousands of dollars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United
States Government," see "Bases of Tables"]
1971

1972

N E T RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes

.-.

86,230,010

94,736,616

Corporation income taxes

.-.

26,784,675

32,165,916

Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and sm'vivors insm'ance trust fund:
Federal Insm-ance Contributions Act taxes....
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes
Deposits by States

26,733,445
1,55 4 359
3,066,427

29,891,612
1,643,656
3,596,457

31,354,231

35,131,725

3,817,189
227, 691
445,590

4,059,631
225,787
489,577

4,490,470

4,774,996

4,159,604
165,601
63,255
485,873

4,444,416
162,722
63,782
533,753

4,874,234

5,204,673

.

980,394
41,699,329

1,008,383
46,119,776

Unemplo3^ment insm'ance:
Unemplojnnent trust fund:
State taxes depositedin Treasury
..
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes
Raih'oad Unemployment Insm'ance Act contributions.

2,582,192
964,435
127,328

3,226,286
1,010,869
119,516

3,673,955

4,356,671

1,030,541
90,923
131,472

1,114,521
87,588
137,943

1,252,936

1,340,052

1,905,259
7,648
2,679

2,046,962
8,372
3,103

1,915,586

2,058,437

Total Federal old-age and survivors insm'ance trust fund
Federal disability insm'ance trust fund;
Federal Insm'ance Contributions Act taxes
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes
Depositsby States

'

:

Total Federal disabihty insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insm'ance Contributions Act taxes
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes
Receipts from raihoad retirement accounts
Depositsby States

.
.

Total Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Railroad retirement accounts:
Raihoad Retirement Tax Act taxes.._
Total employment taxes and contributions

Total unemployment trust fund

..

Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical insm'ance trust fund:
Premimns deducted from benefit payments
Preniiums collected by Social Secmity Administration
Premiums deposited by States
Total Federal supplementary medical insmance trust fund
Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disabiUty fund
Foreign service retirement and disabihty fund
Other
Total Federal employees retirement contributions...
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disabiUty fund

36,534

Estate and gift taxes




63,913,769

10,509,859
562,823
5,541,556
16,614,237
..

3,437,322

48,578,340

Total social insurance taxes and contributions
Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excisetaxes
Airport and airway trust fund.
Highway t r u s t f u n d . .
Total excise taxes

38,833

3,205,057

Total contributions for other insmance and retirement

9,505,827
648,652
5,322,423
15,476,901

3,735,078

5,435,862

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

1972

2,691,407

3,286,906

3,632,969

3,252,197

N E T RECEIPTS—Continued
Customs duties

.-.

--..:

Miscellaneous receipts:
D eposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks
All other

325,244

3,632,589

188,391,860

208,648,669

65,050
118,204
13,983
22,976
696
65,136

Total net budget receipts

380,392

3,858,214

Total miscellaneous receipts...

74,436
128,830
33,262
29,798
740
69,969

47,642
-8,817
79,777
.72
3,300
—13,524
—361
384,135

58,494
13,382
86,447
882
6,501
—14,131
-304
487,307

4,033
621
2,152
1,902
136,341
719
7
1,098
—4,049

4,570
651
2,252
2,003
161,476
1,054
193
2,618
—1,875

141,824

172,941

OUTLAYS

Legislative branch:
Senate
House of Representatives
Joint items for Senate and House
Architect of the Capitol
Botanic Garden
Library of Congress
Government Printing Olfice:
General fund appropriations
Revolving fund (net)
General Accounting Office.
Cost Accounting Standards Board
United States Tax Comt
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total legislative branch

.-.-

.-..

The judiciary:
Supreme Comt of the UnitedStates.
Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
Customs Court
Court of Claims
--.Courts of appeals, district courts, and other judicial services
Federal Judicial Center
Commission on Bankruptcy Laws of the United States
Judiciary trust funds
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total thejudiciary....
Executive Office of the President:
Compensationof the President.
The White House Office...:
.-.
Special projects
Executive Residence
Special Assistance to the President
Council of Economic Advisors
Comicil of Environmental Quality and Office of Environmental Quality..
Domestic Council
National Aeronautics and Space Council
National Council on Marine Resom'ce and Engineering Development
National Secmity Council
-...
Office of Consumer Affairs
Officeof Emergency Preparedness.
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
Office of Management and Budget
Office of Science and Technology
Office of Telecommunications Policy
President's Advisory Council on Executive Organization
.
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention
Special representative for trade negotiations..
Miscellaneous
Total Executive Office of the President.
See footnote a t end of table.




250
7,682
791
1,176
371
1,234 .
1,378
946
466
402
2,171
693
'9,056
154
14,786
2,124
2,216
582
611
54
'47,042

250
9,604
1,117
1,218
643
1,766
1,891
1,688
428
34
2,221
1,315
8,662
183
18,312
1,829
2,337
7
1,079
818
—2
55,402

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T A B L E 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—Continued
Funds appropriated to the President:
Appalachian regional development programs:
Public enterprise funds
Other
Disaster relief..
Economic stabilization activities
Emergency fund for the President
Expansion of defense production..
Expenses of management improvement
Foreign assistance:
International security assistance:
Defense Department
All other agencies
Foreign military credit sales.
Military credit sales to Israel
Secm'ity supporting assistance
Liquidation of foreign mihtary sales fund
Military assistance advances.
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Military assistance advances
Other

36
236,281
124,992
267
—187, 753
676

.

Total international secmity assistance

563.121
—608
147,097
68,924
717,054
10, 204
1,183,794

—965,836
'•-35,280

•

454
241,007
92,169
13,402
460
—11, 624
655

516,827
—6,942
122,100
303,287
460,000
94,908
969,832

..

—1,096,694
-68,809

» 1,458,894
•

1,524,083

International development assistance:
Multilateral assistance:
- International financial institutions
International organizations and programs

201,124
128,799

275,694
195,932

Bilateral assistance:
Grants and other programs.
Alliance for Progress, development loans
Development loan fund
Housing guaranty fund
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Inter-American Foundation
Intragovernmentalfunds
Proprietary receipts from the public

311,820
236,867
537,761
—15,633
-16,360
193
16,774
—96,063

406,203
183,529
336,655
—53
—21,342
1,679
4,768
—63,828

.

.•

.

Total bilateral assistance

975,360

President's foreign assistance contingency fund
Total foreign assistance

Total funds appropriated to the President

26,442

Total science and education programs
See footnote a t end of table.




....

7,900
18,352
6,741
2,158
4,055

34,595

.

4,269,322

5,885
16,810
5,916
2,457
3,527

.

1,052,449
-7,812
1,571

4,451,629

:l

43,270
2,886,490

'1,490,360
' -6,121
2,372

Total Departmental management
Science and education programs:
Agricultme Research Service
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service..
Cooperative State Research Service.
Extension Service
National Agricultural Library

1,319,337

'•2,790,619

:

Office of Economic Opportunity:
Economic opportunity program
Economic opportunity loan fund
MisceUaneous..
A griculture D epar tment:
Departmental management:
Officeof the Secretary...
Office of the Inspector General
Officeof the General Counsel
Office of Information
Office of Management Services

847,511

1,305,283

Total international development assistance

39,206

282,903
—71
69,633
154,504
4,028

255,656
102,169
74,706
' 169,720
4,242

510,998

606,493

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971
0 UTL AYS—C ontinued
Agriculture Department—Continued:
Agricultural economics:
Statistical Reporting Service
Economic Research Service
Foreign Economic Development Service
Marketing services:
Conmiodity Exchange Authority
Packers and Stockyards Administration
Fanner Cooperative Service
,
International programs:
Foreign agricultm'al service
Foreign assistance and special export programs

18,577
15,217
1,244

/.

Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing, water and waste disposal grants
Salaries and expenses
Public enterprise funds:
Direct loan account...
Rmal housing insmance fund
Emergency credit revolving fund (disaster loans)
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Other

3,745,470

3,127,968

3,747,140
158
16
567,367

29,449
92,937

.-

116,545
-354,446,

664,862

/.

3,983,371

32

.

2,821,795

3,116,210

Total corporations

12,066
—10,395

76,430
" 218,984

Total Commodity Credit Corporation

515,403

12,027
—270
...

166,373
86,133
66,783
185,371
10,743

500,441

Commodity Credit Corporation:
Public enterprise funds:
Price support and related programs
Special activities:
National Wool Act program
Intragoverimiental funds.

28,560
1,320,400

158,260
86,853
76,735
167,120
13,474

Total Agricultural StabiUzation and Conservation Service

2,943
3,933
2,012

26,380
702,525

Corporations:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Administrative and operating expenses
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund

21,056
17,257
—69

2,671
3,710
1,763

Agricultural StabiUzation and Conservation Service:
Administrative expenses
Sugar Act program
Cropland adjustment program
•Rural environmental assistance program
Indemnity, conservation and land-use programs

Rural development:
Rural Development Service
Rural Electriflcation Administration:
Rm'al Telephone Bank
Other

1972

37,141
100,682

503
-186,167
41,062
—23,467
938

11,116
169,093
—73,295
192,617
1,197

Total Fai-mers Home Administration

-44,746

438,549

Total rm'al development..

520,148

1,006,091

Environmental protection:
Soil Conservation Service:
• Conservation operations
.':..
Watersheds, flood prevention and water development
Great Plains conservation program

160,333
118,028
16,226

171,435
126, 464
16,169

Consumer protection and services:
Agriculture Marketing Service:
Corisumer protective, marketing and regulatory programs
Payraents to States and Possessions.
Reraoval of surplus agricultural conmiodities
Milk market orders assessment fund
Other

168, 111
1,674
402,315
—1,911
39,402

148,322
1,601
693,216
—1,683
44,866

599,592

786,220

Total Agricultmal Marketing Service.




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97

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972- -Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
1971

1972

519,937
0,917
1,567,767

622,194
93,562
1,909,166

Total Food and Nutrition Service

2,178,620

2,624,912

Total consumer protection and services.

2,778,212

3,411,132

Forest Service:
Intragovermnen tal funds
Forest protection and utiUzation
Construction and land acquisition
Forest roads and trails.
Forest Service permanent appropiiations.
Cooperative work
_
Other

216
365,086
6,977
122,486
115,816
48,866
1,861

1,070
374,450
19,566
143,221
96,756
41,114
4,686

649,298

680,863

OUTLAYS—Continued

Agricultm'e Department—Continued:
Food and Nutrition Service:
Child nutrition programs
Special milk program
Food stamp program

Total Forest ServiceIn trabudgetary transactions
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc.

-59 ..
-618,478 ""-773,"980

Total Agriculture Department...

8,569,796

Conmierce Department:
General adniinistration
Social and Economic Statistics Administration:
Salaries and expenses...
Censuses
Other
:
Economic development assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic developraent revolving fund
PubUc works and economic growth assistance..
Regional action planning commissions.

10,942,608

6,887

29,265
27,994
1,662

-6,268
267,775
28,763

Promotion of industry and commerce:
Domestic business activities
Trade adjustraent assistance
International acti vi ties
Participation in U.S. expositions
Foreign direct investment regulation
Minority business enterprise
National Industrial Pollution Control Council..
U.S. Travel Service

8,033

27,168
67,600
3,158

-17,825
266,834
44,224

28,985
92
2,901
1,919
256
4,694

15,615
966
32,223
50
2,528
8,393
327
5,046

62,831

65,138

-1,030
344
80,643
185,566
65,379

-373
-37
143,472
200,058
60,480

-113
49,063
2,279
2,233

-2,365
61,981
3,685
191

374,353

457,093

-9,473
139,233
268,021
38,091

-10,606
143,262
236,667
63,339

Total Maritime Administration..

436,873

421,651

Proprietary receipts from the pubUc.
Intrabudgetary transactions

-44,336
-15,431

-36,409
-16,649

1,188,374

1,249,900

14, (

Total promotion of industry and commerce.
Science and technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
PubUc enterprise funds...
Intragovernmental fmids
.
Research and development faciUties, and satellite operations..
Other
.Patent Office
National Bureau of Standards:
Intragovernmentalfunds
Other
Office of Telecommunications
Office of State Technical Services
Total science and technology.
Maritirae Adrainistration:
PubUc enterprise funds..
Ship construction
Ship operation .subsidies
Other

Total Commerce Department..




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23

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
1971

1972

9,399,132
6,407,401
6,826,047

9,004,660
6,748,098
7,283,134

O UTLAYS—Continued

Defense Department:
MiUtary:
MiUtary personnel:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force

22,632,679

23,035,793

Retired miUtary personnel

Total miUtary personnel

1..

3,386,632

3,884,688

Operation and maintenance:
Departraent of the Array
Departmentofthe N a v y . . .
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies

7,443,038
6,493,059
6,748,699
1,256,666

7,663,886
6,689,180
7,160,686
1,271,168

20,941,363

21,674,910

4,367,073
7,299,878
7,130,907
69,899

3,894,432
7,136,407
6,047,758
53,797

18,867,758

17,131,395

1,568,893
2,404,606
2,809,298
520,221

1,778,730
2,426,633
3,205,071
470,775

7,303,018

7,881,208

502,176
309,976
270,601
12,404

423,048
342,762
330,736
11,459

1,095,166

1,108,006

2,900
594,981

4,245
683, 703

697,860

687,948

74,664
1,800

74,624
2,645

—2
-2,182
—146

(*)
69
—58

—146,614
167,833
16,670
—255,233

—16,643
26,476
21,782
—266,097

-218,776

-223,370

-6,645
6,710
-120,335
-6,005

-1,639
7,181
-107,710
-6,137

74,545,770

75,149,641

Total operation and maintenance
Procurement:
Department of the Array
Department of the Navy
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies

.'

-.

-

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

-

Total research, development, test, and evaluation.
Military construction:
. Department of the Ai-my
Departmentof the N a v y . .
.
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies

-

-

Total miUtary construction
Family housing:
Homeowners assistance fund
Other
Total faniily housing
Civil Defense
Specialforeign currency program...
Revolving and management funds:
PubUc enterprise funds:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Departmentofthe Air F o r c e . . .
Intragovernment funds:
Department of the Army
Department of the N a v y .
Department of the Air Force
Defense agencies
Total revolving and management funds
Miscellaneous trust revolving funds.-.
MisceUaneoiLS trustfunds.
Proprietary receipts from the p u b U c . . .
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total miUtary...




.--

-

—-

.----

—
--

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays^ fiscat years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—C ontinue d

Defense Department—Continued
Civil:
Department of the Army:
Cemeterial expenses
Corps of Engineers:
Water resources development
Intragovernraental funds.
Proprietary receipts frora the pubhc
Ryukyu Islands
MisceUaneous accounts:
Array—wildlife conservation, etc
Navy—wildhfe conservation, etc
Air Force—wildhfe conservation, etc
Soldiers' Horae:
U.S. Soldiers' Horae revolving fund
Other
The Panania Canal:
Canal Zone Government
Panama Canal Company.
Proprietary receipts from the pubUc
Intrabudgetary transactions

17,601

1,376,205

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Food and Drug Administration:
Revolving fund for certification and other services
Food, drug, product safety, and other

88

'
^.

371
106,109

86,077

105,480

1
8,089
360,363
416,076
582,446
107,068
142,998

5
—1,276
481,235
406,819
681,767
83,059
169,599

89,689

.

Total National Institutes of Health.
Office of Education:
Student loan insmance fund
Higher education facilities loan and insm'ance fund
Vocational and adult education
School assistance in federally affected areas..
Elementary and secondary education
Higher education
Educational systems improvement and evaluation.
Emergency school assistance
Other
J.

2,830
—7,623
196,310
164,421
136,303
80,752
400,285
387,610
163,488

1,220
997
258,895
193,527
146,402
97,528
441,626
465,766
166,960
1,751,920

11,034
56,801
411,178 .
627,042
1,802,143
1,200,113
224,615
51,239
259,472

..

1,896,468

1,514,374

National Institutes of Health:
PubUc enterprise funds. _
Intragovernmentalfunds
Cancer research histitute
Heart and lung research institute
Institute of arthritis and metabolic diseases
Institute of child health and human development
Other research institutes
Health manpower
Other

76,269

1,666,719

Total Health Services and Mental Health Administration




1,629,829
76,679,370

84,989

Total Food and Drug Administration

Total Office of Education

53,036
640
—23,361
—26,036

75,921,974

Total Defense Department

Health Services and Mental Health Administration:
PubUc enterprise funds
Intragovernraental funds
Mentalhealth
Health services planning and development
Health services delivery
Preventive health services
Indian health services and faciUties
Other

—16
12,015

60,902
—939
—22,936
—24,167

Total civil

318
35
72

—5
10,598
.

1,619,387
—7,117
—26,790
8,438

223
" 19
61

-..
...

21,307

1,380,830
3,684
—32,240
12,583

26,689
24,489
508,541
649,302
1,887,812
1,287,140
204,059
71,952
243,849

4,643,638

4,903,714

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

25

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

OUTLAYS—Continued

Health, Education, and Welfare Department—Continued
Social and Rehabilitation Service:
Grants to States for public assistance:
Providing or financing medical services
Public assistance....
Social and individual services.
Social and rehabilitation services
Work incentives
Assistance to refugees in the United States
Other
-

3,362,248
5,486,419
794,089
626,825
128,951
110,090
38,217
10,546,838

Total Federal supplementai-y medical insurance trust fund...
Other

--

.-

-




-324

48,651,988

Office of Child Development
1Office of the Secretary:
Intragovernmentalfunds
Office for Civil Rights..
.Departraental management
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insm'ance for the aged:
Federal hospital insmance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insmance trust fund
Payments for military service credits and special benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and sm-vivors insmance trust fund.
Federal disability insmance trust fund
Federal hospital insmance trust fund
Receipts transferred to raUroad retkement account
Total Health, Education, and Welfare Department

2,643,696

-77

-

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
Howai'd University.
Total special histitutions

288,627
2,256,069

2,282,635

Federal suppleraentary medical insm'ance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments

8,275,614

247,637
2,034,999

Total Federal hospital insurance trust fund

166,376
6,109,139

6,592,456

Federal hospital insm'ance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments
.'

4,309,292

149,485
6,442,971

Total Federal disabUity insurance trust fund.

211,677
4,045,902
27,523
24,190

3,605,792

Federal disabUity insurance trust fund:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments....
Vocational rehabilitation services
Payment to raikoad retkement account

35,848,168

189,887
3,381,423
21,242
13,240

Total Federal old-ageand survivors insurance trustfund

681,959
34,540,313
1,556
724,341

32,267,826

Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fimd:
Administrative expenses and construction
Benefit payments.
Vocational rehabilitation services
Payment to railroad retirement account

2,464,192
417,961

661,922
31,101,018
1,859
613,026

Social Secmity Administration:
Payment to social security trust funds
Special benefits for disabled coal miners

14,157,416

2,584,047
319,310

---

Total Social and Rehabilitation Service

4,470,064
6,668,432
1,953,407
726,404
171,103
129,173
38,833

51,848,491

1,517
4,151
2,386
8,081
38,920
55,056

1,580
12,332
2,873
9,469
49,449
75,704

3,822

215,623

—11,122
7,186
43,141
—30,092

—3,836
10,247
50,346
—30,033

—862,849
—1,245,282

—503,351
—1,365,295

—448,916
—18,000
—11,000
—626,266

—487,546
—50,000
—48,000
—748,531

61,868,311

71,778,817

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—Continued

Housing and Urban Development Department:
Housing production and mortgage credit:
> .
Federal Housing Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
FHA revolving fund
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund.
College housing loans and other expenses
Nonprofit sponsor assistance
Low-rent public housing loans and other expenses......
Other....

—4,773
42,370
" 102,679
1,428
—1,918

.

—139,787

.:

Total Government National Mortgage Association.

Housing manageraent:
Public enterprise funds:
Rental housing assistance fund
Other.....
Housing assistance payraents:
College housing grants
Low-rent public housing.
Horaeownership assistance
Rental housing assistance
Rent supplement
Other

Community developraent:
Urban renewal programs
Rehabilitation loan fund
PubUc facility loans
Model cities programs
Grants for neighborhood facilities
Open space land programs..
Grants for basic water and sewer facilities
Other
Total comraunity development
Federal Insurance Adrainistration:
Public enterprise funds
Other
Research and technology
Fair housing and equal opportunity
Departmental management:
Intragovernmentalfunds
Other...
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total Housing and Urban Development Department




-335,739
-2,637
448,617
-30,089

301,251

.

...
.._

.

_..
.:

-2,493
-2,559

558,634
119,734
13,244
42,294

2,446
748,627
221,307
77,283
74,513
16,878

733,238

:.

392,987

—538
-130

..
._.:

80,152

441,038

:.

Total housing manageraent
Community plaiming and management:
New communities fund
Comprehensive planning grants
Other

312,835

—121,853
—788
410,877
.
13,013

Total Federal Housing Administration
Governraent National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities......:
:.:
Special assistance functions..
....:
Participation sales fund

Total Housing production and mortgage credit

290,093
-1,475
37,056
1,085
-30,925
17,000

1,134,002

—2,168
49,718
3,232

-2,577
50,170
10,680

1,001,618
41,504
41,292
328,177
22,530
39,198
120,580

1,189,379
39,465
22,422
499, ,"^15
23,177
52,319
134,005
23,274

1,594,899

1,983,557

—12,468
2,188
35,549
8,597

82
4,980
42,630
8,411

2,597
86,090
—52,420

-27,742
45,271
-30

2,890,092

3,642,400

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—Continued

Interior Department:
Public land management:
Bm-eau of Land Management

187,512

210,900

1,111
89,089
228,893

Bmeau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds
Indian tribal funds.
E ducation and welfare services
Resom'ces manageraent
Other

-414
138,360
267,435
78,905

69,894

1,079,426

113,616

Total public land management

193,512
87,966

924,381

Territorial affaks

687,057

200,724
77,300

Bm-eau of Outdoor Recreation

102,781

458,845

Total Bmeau of Indian Affairs

127,175

Mineral resources:
Geological Survey
Bureau of Mines:
Helium fund
Other
Office of Coal Research...
Officeof OU and Gas
Total mineral resources

65,704
87,224
17,565
1,157

42,296
125,264
17,880
1,452

285,258

314,087

Fish and wUdlife and pai'ks:
Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife
National Park Service

128,218
160,214

144,186
186,709

Water and power resources:
Bureau of Reclamation:
Public enterprise funds:
Colorado River projects
Other..
Construction and rehabilitation.
Other
Alaska Power Administration.
BonnevUle Power Administration.
Southeastern Power Administration..
Southwestern Power Administration..

26,165
-3,994
193,790
104,973
1,018
136,951
837
6,276

50,936
-3,062
187,235
125,363
1,058
123,182
744
6,792

466,016

492,246

29,162

32,832

19,324
11,999
—1,706,295
—83,807

22,353
13,644
-983,666
-46,099

224,687

1,255,700

133,185
291,498
118,715

158,055
328,957
128,828

—418
166
104,503
233,332
37,604
—2,209

2,829
172
124,731
379,748
58,382
-1,358

916,354

1,180,343

Total water and power resomces
Office of Saline Water
Secretarial offices:
Officeof the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary
Officeof Water Resomces Research
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total Interior Department
Justice Department:
Legal activities and general administration
Federal Bmeau of Investigation
Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Federal Prison System:
Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (net)..
Federal Prison conimissai-y funds
Other
Law Enforceraent Assistance Adrainistration
Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total Justice D e p a r t m e n t . . . .

488-9-88—73-




•
.•

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

—3,668
1,119,320

OUTLAYS—Continued
Labor Department:
Manpower Administration:
Intragovernment funds
Manpower training services
Emergency employment assistance..
Federal unemployment benefits and aUowances
Salaries, expenses, andother

1972

—2,072
1,685,420
567,030
541,464
647,380

422,481
45,803

Unemployment trust fund:
Unemployment insurance and employment services:
Federal—State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits
i
State administrative expenses
Federal administrative expenses:
Direct expenses, reimbursements, and recoveries
Intereston advances
Interest on refunds
Raikoad unemplojnnent insurance:
Raikoad unemployment benefits
Administration expenses
Payments of interest on borrowings from raikoad retirement
account

5,229,210
759,031
35,677
1,571
317

5,978,349
776,473
x^
bS, 252
537
365

96,096
7,339

120,091
8,132

3,926

3,717

Total unemployment trust fund

6,132,187

6,925,913

Total Manpower Administration

7,716,205

10,345,136

Labor-Management Services Administration
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses
Federal workmen's compensation benefits
Other
Bmeau of Labor Statistics
Department of Management
Proprietary receipts from the pubUc
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total Labor Department

16,968

._

State Department:
Admimstration of foreign affairs:
Salaries and expenses
Acquisition, operation and maintenance of buildings abroad
Intragovernmentalfunds
Payinent to foreign service retirement and disabiUty fund
Foreign service retirement and disabiUty fund
Other
Total administration of foreign affairs
International organizations and conferences
International commissions
Educational exchange
Other
Proprietary receipts from the public
._
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign service retirement and disabiUty fund:
Receipts transferred to civil service retirement and disability fund..
Generalfund contributions
Other
Total State Department




21,464

52,404
95,496
397
27,073
15,428
—1,417
..

83,135
103,588
536
33,122
20,887
—1,293
—573,458

7,922,553

10,033,117

217,902
19,555
—23
5,258
23,548
3,532

242,628
20,500
—200
8,572
26,524
3,310

269,772

301,234

146,893
9,704
42,070
10,181
—5,204

168,938
11,011
43,048
68,150
—5,023

—61
—5,258
-430

—44
—8,672
-430

467,667

568,312

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

29

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]

OUTLAYS—Continued
Transportation Department:
Office of the Secretary
Coast Guard:
Trust revolving funds.
Intragovernmentalfunds
Other
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aviation war risk insurance revolving fund
Akport and airway:
Operations
Facilities and equipment....
Grants-in-aid for akports
Engineering and development
CivU supersonic aircraft development—termination
Federal payment to the akport and akway trust fund
Other
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway beautification
Forest and public lands highways
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways
Right of way revolvmg fund
Other
--.Other
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Traffic and highway safety
State and commumty highway safety programs
Highway trust fund share of safety programs
Federal RaUroad Administration:
Alaska raUroad
High-speed ground transportation research and development..
Grants to National Raikoad Passenger Corporation
Other
-Urban Mass Transportation Administration:
Urban mass transportation fund
Salaries and expenses
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
National Transportation Safety Board
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions

30,278




-281
—6,482
694,329

—3,012

62,692

-

1,078,253
377,800
106,483
58,480
91,229
646,882
168,755

9,922
6,113

----

—3,414

1,052,281
514,283
244,655
26,240
270,695

11,311
35,287

4,652,387
32,981

4,857,134
17,116
3,031
19,152

31,714

7,531,295

—388
10,282
698
797

—838
11,275
2,381
1,133
72,614
64,960
6,923
768
1,688
19
180,623
82,788
1,163
13

16,746
3,452
69,689
--

231,674
382
—4,128
6,901
-21,897
-902,337

914
56
-

-636
20,097
77,875
9,630

150,884
67,170

-

2,747
24,969
24,325
8,806

47,727
109,463
5,658
329
986
35

--

46,988
70,997
12,938

7,247,603

---

37,660
68,878

173,016
2,826
—3,876
6,292
-22,239
-821,178

-.

Total Transportation Department
Treasury Department:
Office of the Secretary:
Public enterprise fund
Salaries and expenses
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, construction
Other
Bureau of Accounts:
Salaries and expenses..
Clauns, judgments and relief acts
Interest on uninvested funds
Government losses in shipment
Eisenhower College grants
Other
Bmeau of Customs:
Salaries and expenses
Other
:.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing:
Intragovernmentalfunds
Other
Bmeau of the Mint:
Salaries and expenses
Other
Bmeau of the PubUc i5ebt
Internal Revenue Service:
Salaries and expenses
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service
CompUance
Interest on refunds of taxe?..
Payments to Puerto Rico for taxes coUected
Federal tax Uen revolving fund
Offlce of the Treasurer:
Salaries and expenses
Check forgery insmance fund...
U.S. Secret Service
Office of the Comptroller of the Cmrency

28,690

-62
854
618,265

29,276
2,165
69,388

27,686
224,970
698,848
131,768
84,911
366

^ '?oo
446,123
613,279
182,393
101,493
—224

8,697
^ —4
44,707
-2,162

'7oI
.rlxf
66,685
-4,010

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,72

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
1971

1972

0 UTLAYS—Continued
Treasury Department—Continued
Interest on the public debt (accrual basis):
Publicissues
^
Special Issues

16,859,954
. 4,299,090
20,959,044

Environmental Protection Agency:
Revolving fund for certification and other services
Other
General Services Administration:
Real property activities:
Construction, pubhc buildings projects
Operating expenses, pubhc building service
Repair and iraproveraent of pubUc buildings.
Sites and expensas, pubUc building projects
Intragovernmental fmids
Other
Personal property activities:
Intragovernmentalfunds
Other
Records activities:
National Archives trustfund.
Other
Transportation and communications activities
Property management and disposal activities:
PubUc enterprise funds
Intragovernmentalfunds
Other.
General activities:
PubUc enterprise funds
Intragovernmentalfunds
Surplus real property credit sales
Other
Proprietary receipts frora the pubhc
Intrabudgetary transactions




2.391,980
—49
762,960
108,762
418,079
88,168
25,513
—3,062
8,427

—24,461
87,896

—52,383
89,047

263
27,145
4,897

—28
—267
31,294

—646
—496

—1,081
—1,367

1,491
—143,749
—17,696

..

—873
29,017
6,434

—153
—1,632
30,838

Total General Services Administration

Total Veterans Administration

22,124,008

43,143
376,151
85,918
19,166
6,745
8,036

1,539
—14.6,920
—10,304

501,062

.

8,061,062
2,228,900

—81,511
—86,827
-67,723
....

354,804
1,417,622

7,419,490
1,870,571
.

3,421,730

2,183,410

,

689,016

3,380,613

National Aeronautics and Space Administration
United States Postal Service:
Postal Service fund
Payment to the Postal Service fund
Veterans Administration:
Compensation, pensions, and benefit programs
Medical care
Public enterprise funds;
Direct loan revolving fund
Loan guaranty revolving fund
Other
Benefits, refunds, and dividends:
Government hfe insurance fund
National service Ufe insurance fund
Other
Proprietary receipts from the pubUc:
Government life insurance fund
National service Ufe insmance fund..
Other....
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payment to veterans' life Insurance funds:
Govermnent life insmance fund..
National service life Insmance fund

—467,800
—96,073
—1,122,779

—26
701,366

1

—1,247,742

2,274,693

Total Treasmy Department
Atomic Energy Commission

21,848,807

—423,866

20,990,432

Total Interest on the public d e b t . . .
Proprietary receipts from the pubUc
Interest and dividends from Export-Iraport Bank of the United States..
Intrabudgetary transactions

17,077,687
4,771,120

—246,838
—64,067
-86,038

82,053
661,140
442,966

81,213
720,074
496,649

—9,269
—469,920
-2,274

—8,630
—478,114
-2,169

—49
—3,037
9,766,608

—49
—2,436
10,710,469

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

31

TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—Continued
Other independent agencies:
Action
Administrative Conference of the Uruted States
Araerican Battle Monuments Coramission
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency..
Cabinet Coramittee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People
Central InteUigence Agency, construction
Civil Aeronautics Board:
Payments to air carriers
Salaries and experises
."
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc
Civil Service Coraraission:
Pajmient to cIvU service retirement and disabiUty fund
Governraent payment for annuitants, eraployees health benefits
CivU service retkeraent and disabiUty fund
Employees health benefits fund
Eraployees Ufe insmance fund.
Retired employees health benefits fund
Federal Labor Relations CouncU
Other
Proprietary receipts frora the public
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disabiUty fund:
Receipts transferred to foreign service retirement and disabiUty fund.
General fund contributions
:...
Total Civil Service Comraission
Commissionof Fine Arts.
Commission on Civil Rights
Comraittee for purchase of products and services of the bUnd and other
severely handicapped
Corporation for PubUc Broadcasting
District of Columbia:
Federal payment
Loans and repayable advances
Eraergency Loan Guarantee Board
Equal Employment Opportunity Coinmission
Export-Iraport Bank of the UnitedStates.
Farm Credit Administration....
Proprietary receipts from the p u b l i c
Federal Coal Mine Safety Board of Review
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Deposit Insmance Corporation
Federal Field Committee for Development Planning in Alaska
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savings and Loan Insmance Corporation fund
Other
Federal Maritime Cominission
:
Federal Mediation and ConciUation Service...
Federal Metal and NonmetaUic Mine Safety Board of Review
Federal Power Cominission
Federal Trade Commission
Foreign Claims Settleraent Coramission..
Historical and Memorial Commissions.
Indian Claims Conimission
Intergovernmental agencies:
Advisory Coinmission on Intergovernmental Relations.
Appalachian Regional Comniission:
Salaries, expenses, andother
;
Intrabudgetary transactions
Delaware River Basin Commission
Interstate Com.niissIon on the Potomac River Basin
Susquehanna River Basin Comniission
Washington MetropoUtan Area Transit Authority
Interstate Commerce Coramission
National Capital Planning Commission
National Comniission on Libraries and Information Science.
National CouncU on Indian Opportunity.
National Credit Union Administration
Proprietary receipts from the pdbUc
National Foundation on Arts and Humanities
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
National Science Foundation
--Occupational Safety and Health Review Coramission
President's CouncU on Youth Opportunity
See footnotes a t end of table.




88,783
291
2,877
9,968
586
(*)

128,886
418
3,367
9,002
862
10

55,152
12,337
—106

62,977
13,216
—104

773,396
70,405
3, 234,459
-26,709
-161, 282
-1,842
493
'51,891
—904

1,161,416
109,568
3,777,847
-54,089
-116,113
-1,663
559
60,290
—6

—2,278
-773,396

—3,528
-1,161,416

3,164,233

3,772,865

105
3,169

128
3,637

23,000

3
35,000

146,935
57,505

7
26,715
—184,020
206

177,740
137,218
~^'^ K
20,795
38,718
-303
""2
-'^^'|^J
—432,780
48

—190,942
356
4,508
9,610
14
19,493
22,405
891
456
984

—148,826
-2.071
'iiJ
^^'11
47
X^'ifl
24,542
631
o5b
1,044

15,749
;-184,338
-390

653
1,799
-954
234
5
--34,832
74,010
1,252
440
-6,698
;;--O^A"
28,869
40,468
.3?^?
^21,758
22
515

741
l.^ou
" 'O?R
^4b
^u
JJ^
CQ «7o
'no?
yoi
^^
3UU
~^l/*s
A noo
A
, ? OOA
47,320
K^I'^K
^^^'^In
»^|
oi

32

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972- -Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—Continued

Other independent agencies—Continued
Raikoad Retirement Board:
Payments for miUtary service credits
Raikoad retkement accounts:
Administrative expenses
Benefit payraents, etc
Interest onrefunds oftaxes
Payment to raikoad retirement account
Payment to raikoad unemployraent insm'ance account
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Raikoad retirement accounts:
Payment for mihtary service credits.
Payment from raikoad retirement supplemental account
Receipts transferred to raikoad unemployment insura,nce account...
Interest on advances to raikoad unemployraent insm-ance account...
Total Raikoad Retirement Board

20,767

18,686
1,888,666

19,721
2,107,479

56

7

1,395
9,791
-576

11,888

>_19^969
-1,395 ..
-9,791
-3,926

-1
—20,767
-11,888
-3,717

1,902,886

4 677
25,883
74 846

99,739
212,944
-310
20,322

Small Business Administration:
PubUc enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund
Disaster loan fund.._
Lease guarantees revolving fund
Salaries and expenses.
_
Proprietary receipts from the pubUc

2,123,489

4,632
23,398
81,445

Renegotiation Board
Securities and Exchange Coinmission
Selective Service System

—8

.

Tennessee VaUey Authority:
Tennessee Valley Authority fund
Proprietary receipts from the public
Total Tennessee VaUey Authority

451,618

48,322

.

142,073
289,207
—744
21,095
— 16

332,688

Total Small Business Administration
Smithsonian Institution
Subversive Activities Control Board
Tariff Coinmission
Temporary Study Coinmissions

19,969

57 915

381

421

4,353
6 185

5 126
10,831

366,552

—54

448,163
—130

366,498

448,023

U.S. Information Agency:
Salaries and expenses
Constructionof radio faciUties.
Other
Proprietary receipts from the pubhc

183,066
10,143
5,816
-448

190,905
3,218
4 191
—418

Total U.S. Information Agency

198,567

197,896

U.S. section ofthe United States-Mexico Commission for Border Develop
ment and Friendship.
Water Resources Council:
Planning expenses and other
Intrabudgetary transactions
:..
Total other independent agencies




30
5,991
-975

• 6,228
-1,333

6,780,374

8,114,227

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TABLE 4.—Budget receipts and outlays, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1971

1972

OUTLAYS—Continued

Undistributed intrabudgetary transactions:
Federal eraployer contributions to retirement and social insmance funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax Court judges smvivors annuity fund...
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors armuity fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Federal disabiUty insmance trust fund-Federal hospital insmance trust fund
State Department:
Foreign service retkement and disability fund
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Cominission:
Civil service retkement and disability fund
Subtotal
Interest credited to certain Government accoimts:
The judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Defense Department:
CivU:
Soldiers' Home permanent fund.
Health, Education, and WeUare Department:
Federal old-age and survivors insmance trust fund
Federal disabiUty insmance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insmance trust fund
Interior Departraent:
Indian tribal funds
Labor Departraent:
Uneraployraent trust fund
State Departraent:
Foreign service retkement and disability fund-. Transportation Department:
Highway trust fund
Veterans Administration:
Governraent Ufe insurance fund
National service life insm-ance fund
Civil Service Coramission:
Civil service retkeraent and disabiUty fund
Raikoad Retireraent Board:
Railroad retireraent accomits
Other
Subtotal

—24

-24

—644

-707

—661,000
—79,000
-87,000

-579,000
-78,000
-85,000

—7,418

-8,128

— 1,875,821

-2,017,590

-2,610,907

—2,768,449

—242

-302

—3,294

-3,207

—1,616,885
—324,784
—183,260
—16,978

1,718,114
-388,438
-189,756
-28,942

-10,450
-636,609

-496,121

— 2,502

-2,806

-183,608

-205,630

—31,421
—270,604

-31,614
-292, 242

—1,232,371

-1,464,488

-247,332
-1,279

-257, 764
-1,276

_4^ 761, 619

-6,089,086

Total undistributed intrabudgetary transactions.

-7,372,425

-7,857,514

Totaloutlays..-..-.-

211,425,028

231,875,854

-23,033,188

-23,227,295

Budget smplus, or deficit ( - )
*Less than $500.
' Revised.




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1972 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 5.—Means of financing, fiscal years 1971 and 1972

[In thousands of doUars. On basis of "Monthly Stateraent of Receipts and Outlays of the United States
Government," see "Bases of Tables"]
Classification
(Assets and UabUities directly related to the
budget)

1971
Net
transactions

1972
Closing
balances

Net
transactions

Closing
balances

LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Federal securities:
Public debt securities:
As published in daily Treasury statements

27,211,038

Agency securities:
Defense Department:
Family housing mortgages
-91,874
Homeowners assistance mortgages
—741
. Housing and Urban Development Department:
Federal Housing Administration
-30,335
Govermnent National Mortgage Association:
Participation sales fund:
Participation certificates. . - . -1,316,000
Transportation Department:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages
-137
Treasm-y Department:
Federal Farm Mortgage Corp. liquidationfund
-20
U.S. Postal Service....
Other independent agencies:
Export-Iniport Bank of the United
States:
Agency securities
1,000,000
Participation certfficates
-267,903
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund
-241
Home Owners'Loan Corporation fund
—19
Tennessee VaUey Authority
359,300
Total agency securities.

398,129,744

29,130,716

427,260,461

1,679,896
2,730

-98,054
1,573

1,683,842
4,303

486,518

-32,748

453,770

6,005,000

-1,085,000

4,920,000

2,692

-143

2,649

85

-1
250,000

84
250,000

1,400,000
1,224,896

-200,000
-606,241

1,200,000
618,655

5,393
223
1,355,300

-241
—16
499,700

5,152
207
1,855,000

-346,970

12,162,732

-1,269,170

10,893,662

Total Federal securities.
Deduct:
Federal secm'ities held as investments of
Governnient accounts 1
-..Non-interest bearing public debt securities
held by International Monetary Fund

26,864,067

410,292,477

27,861,647

438,154,023

7,416,545

106,139,699

8,419,740

113,559,439

..

825,000

Total borrowing frora the public
Accrued interest payable on public debt securities
Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights
Other
Miscellaneous liabUity accounts (includes checks
outstanding, etc.)

10,447,522

304,327,778

19,441,806

323,769,584

315,788

2,389,198

252,414

2,641,612

716,900
222,625

1,583,780
4,043,642

906,826
495,692

2,490,606
4,639,334

Total liability accounts
See footnote at end of table.




825,000

1,400,639

6,249,803

3,652,991

9,902,794

22,103,473

318,594,200

24,749,729

343,343,929

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

35

TABLE 5.—Means of financing, fiscal years 1971 and 1972—Continued
Classification
(Assets and liabilities directly related to the
budget)

1971
Net
transactions

1972
Closing
balances

Net
transactions

Closing
balances

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
Within general accoimt of Treasmer of the
United States:
As pubUshed in the daUy Treasury statement
Net transactions in transit as of June 30
Total as of June 30
With other Government officers:
Special drawing rights:
Total holdings
Certfficates issued to Federal Reserve
banks
Balance
Other
With International Monetary Fund
Total cash and monetary assets
MisceUaneous asset accounts
Total asset accounts

894,824
-68,858

9,910,720
206,260

1,398,927
269,646

11,309,647
476,796

828,168

10,116,970

1,668,473

11,785,443

289,622

1,246,710

710,921

-400,000

1,957,632
-400,000

289,522
-207,931
-908,000

846,710
2,608,929
1,504,000

710,921
1,078,832
-988,467

1,657,632
3,687,761
515,533
17,646,368

-241

15,076,609

2,469,769

-447,305

1,349,249

349,731

1,698,979

-447,546

16,425,858

2,819,490

19,245,348

Excess of UabUities (-[-), or assets ( - )
-i-22,661,018 +302,168,342 +21,030,240 +324,098,682
Add: Transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit...
+482,160
+1,297,056
+1,297,056
Total budget financing [Financing of
deficit (+), or disposition of surplus ( - ) ] - +23,033,168 +302,168,342 +23,227,295 +325,395,638
» See tables 6 and 20.




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L97i2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities {net) fiscal
years 1971 and 1972
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of dollars.
On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Govermnent," see "Bases
of Tables"]
Agency
Legislative branch:
Library of Congress
United States Tax Comt
Thejudiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Agriculture Department:
PubUc debt securities
Agency securities
Commerce Department
Defense Department
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and smvivors insmance trust fund:
Public debt securities
Agency securities
Federal disabiUty Insurance trust fund:
Publicdebt secmities
eAgency secmities
FedPral hospital insmance trust fund:
Aublic debt securities
ergency securities
Fedal supplementary medical Insurance trust fund
Other
Housing and Urban Development Department:
Community development plarming and management:
New communities guarantee fund
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal Housing Administration fund:
Public debt securities
Agency secmities
Community disposal operations fund:
PubUc debt secmities
Agency securities
Rental housing assistance fund:
PubUc debt secmities
Government National Mortgage Association: i
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities
Agency secmities
Guarantees of mortgage-backed secmities:
PubUc debt securities
Management and Uquidating functions fund:
Agency secmities
Special assistance functions fund:
Agency secmities
Federal Insmance Administration:
National insurance development fund
See footnotes a t end of table.




1971

1972

-10
'48

-20
49

829

895

-2,394
-6,738
9,151

-640
-8,002
10,310

235

-71

1,308,828
-36,000

1,877,346
-50,000

1,277,901
-16,000

983,898
-60,000

396,534
-20,000 ...
244,010
-895 ..,

-145,898
220,648

2,225
-6,981
135,383

115,614
-6,649

34

42

471

2,272

221,846
-24,600

.

2,602

-295,193
93,476

646

2,778

-2,329

-2,357

-3,730

-8,694

14,306

854

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

37

TABLE 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net) fiscal
years 1971 and 1972—Continned
Agency
Interior Department:
PubUc debt securities
Agency securities
Labor Department:
Unemployment trust fund:
Public debt securities
Agency securities
Other
State Department:
Foreign service retkement and disabUity fund
Other
Transportation Department:
Highway trust fund
Other
TreasuryDepartment
General Services Administration
United States Postal Service:
Public debt secmities
Agency securities
Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insmance fund
Veterans special life insurance fund
Government life insurance fund
National service Ufe insurance fund:
Public debt securities
Agency securities
Other
:
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Cominission:
Civil Service retkement and disabUity fund:
PubUc debt secmities
Agency secmities
Employees health benefits fund
Employees life Insmance fund
Retked employees health benefits fund
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
PubUc debt secm-ities
Agency secmities
National (Credit Union Administration:
National credit union share insurance fund
Railroad Retirement Board:
PubUc debt securities
Agency securities
Other
Total pubUc debt secmities
Total agency securities
Grand total
See footnote a t end of table.




1971

1972

-174,846

-24,685
—1,000

-1,646,983
—100,000
-9

-1,328,370
—100,000
-9

1,437
100

6,108

1,033,131
1
1,379,912
—342

821,513
-3
1,200,525
—527
1,265,811
104,410

32,577
26,158
—38,525
162,745
-70,000

.-..

31,207
27,998
—41,618
87,194
—25,000
11,360

2,734,946
-35,000
62,750
172,521
7,206

3,040,763
-100,000
60,206
118,852
2,961
1,086
437,838

179,722
211,889
—16,000

147,642

6,273

9,912

100,823
—110,000
'20,160

-110,078

7,718,459
-301,914
7,416,645

8,671,456
-151,716
8,419,740

30,400

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1 1 1 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
972

TABLE 6.—Investments of Government accounts in Federal securities (net) fiscal
years 1971 and 1972—Continned
Agency

1971

1972

MEMORANDUM
Investments in secmities of privately owned Govermnent-sponsored enterprises:
Milk market orders assessment fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (acquked secmities)
Participation sales fund—
United States Postal Service
Total

-

Not applied to current year's smplus or deficit:
CivU service retirement and disabiUty fund
Federal old-age and smvivors insurance trust fund
Federal disabiUty insurance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insmance Corporation..Participation sales fund
Raih'oad retirement account
Unemployment trust fund
Total

—173

—12,830
:.
-12,830
—20,000
—20,000
—20,000
—4,000

.
.
.
.

—20,000 .
—20,000 .
-104,000

' Revised.
1 This association was created eflective Sept. 30,1968, by an act approved .A.ug. 1,1968 (12 U.S.C. 1716 (b)).
It assumed the assets and UabUities of the management and liquidating functions fund, the special assistance
functions fund, and participation sales fimd formerly of the Federal National Mortgage Association, and
continues to operate the functions of these funds.




TABLE 7.—Receipts hy departments and agencies, fiscal year 1972
[On basis of "Combined Statement of Receipts, Expenditures and Balances of the United States Government"

Department or agency

Legislative branch.
Thejudiciary
Executive Office ofthe President
Funds appropriated to the President:
International security assistance
International development assistance
Other
Agricultme Department...
Coinmerce Department
Defense Department:
MUitary
CivU
Health, Education, and Welfare Department
Housing and Urban Development Department
Interior DepartmentJustice Department
Labor Department
State Department
Transportation Departraent...
Treasmy Department
Atomic Energy Coraraission
Envkonmental Protection Agency
General Services Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Admmistration
Veterans Admuiistration...
Otherindependent agencies
Total




Budget receipts

_

Proprietary
receipts from
the public

_.

-..

..-

$14,131,348

—148,024
3,789
22,607,282
28,658,272

._

$4,489,506
27,949,933

1,185,503,123
63,827,601
260,429
773,979,611
36,409,293

-36,947,443
8,363,919
46,450,826,246
764,796
16,652,382
21,342,649
4,358,386,934
46,691,015
6,974,661,918
148,586,424,330
—268,231
1,976
207,211
—2,332,935
3,839,232
3,135,696,974
208,648,568,730

Interfund,
deducted by
agency
$303,844

4,428,138,324

Interfund,
not deducted
by agency

Total receipts
offset against
outlays

$247,646

2,883,765
54,826
1,185,503,123
63,827,601
250,429
773,979,611
53,068,443

16,649,150
6,137,401
26,035,714
3,202,723,371
'46,'098,"546
573,457,824
9,045,894
902,336,787
1,217,852,011

O

$14,682,835

1,008,391

1,876,374
54,826

107,709,737
50,161,419
30,033,213
29 625
983,665; 812 "
1,357,960
1,292,515
5,023,221
21,896,947
467,800,181
414,686
89,441
148,919,838
13,111,650
488,902,195
63,708,380

O

Intrabudgetary

38,832
3,206,878
3,067,263,237
"9,"i94,"73r
496,125,622
10,939,413
205,629,972
24,970

10,304,076

53,141

2,483,866
1,203,727,020

323,940,588
3, 739,840,109

7,217,156,601

7,857,513,530

113, 885, 970
79, 394, Oil
6,300, 019, 821
29,625
1,038, 969,088
1,357,960
1,070, 875,960
25, 008,528
1,129, 863,707
1,685, 677,161
414,585
89,441
157, 277,056
13, 111, 650
815, 326,649
4,997, 275, 509

W

o
S3

>
Ki

o
»^
W

td

Si
CO

d
Kj

19,502,807,355

00

O

TABLE 8.—Budget receipts and outlays monthly and total for fiscal year 1972
[In miUions of doUars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government," see "Bases of Tables"
Receipts and outlays

October

Novem- December
ber

August

September

6,519
879

6,920
453

9,192
4,306

6,282
736

7,456
512

2,987
206

6,049
661

3,461
60

2,692
116

272
1,632
319
227
258

287
1,482
311
244
245

273
1,490
263
383
312

276
1,412
391
333
324

July

January

February

March

7,096
4,927

10,944
1,070

6,846

3,905
4,722

11,965
4,895

6,667
733

11,054
8,267

94,737
32,166

3,408
424

2,311
62

3,168
153

4,921
546

3,954
71

5,029
343

6,504
1,636

3,746
92

46,120
4,357

288
1,656
668
343
293

278
1,389
645
329

294
743
621
259
344

275
819
598
224
347

325
1,130
602
284
263

283
1,091
372
215
342

303
1,371
461
235
475

285
1,383
388
252
144

3,437
16,477
6,436
3,287
3,833

26,689

208,849

April

May

June

Total
1972

N E T RECEIPTS

Indi-Tidual income taxes
Corporation income taxes
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Emplo3nnent taxes and contributions
Unempl03mient insmance
(I!ontributions for other insmance and
retirement
Excisetaxes
Estate and gif 0 taxes
Customs
MisceUaneous-Total

13,198

15,652

19,710

12,462

14,945

17,213

17,596

15,239

16,237

24,534

17,275

31
14
4

66
13
6

37
12
6

32
13
4

30
13
4

60
17

44
13
5

50
14
6

36
15
7

33
15
2

37
17
4

16

487
173
66

—2
161
132

22
101
160

142
118
126

117
91
101

39
94
109

165
100
123

94
134

178
94
116

78
111
104

79
61
116

653
151
141

1,624
1,319
1,426

1,768
286
82

834
598
91

362
318
92

946
459
112

596
499
92

589
531
90

454
686
117

16
821
98

-214
689
115

-64
162
104

-61
501
110

-159
747
145

5,066
5,877
1,260

1,495
1,382
1,739

1,606
1,677
1,710

1,805
1,614
1,867

1,798
1,607
1,982

1,810
1,690
1,985

1,899
1,956
2,035

1,719
1,777
1,914

1,808
1,692
2,073

2,068
2,087
2,178

2,246
1,908
1,888

2,261
1,955
2,139

2,089
2,993
2,611

426
5

Defense Department:
MUitary:
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
D epartment of the Air Force
Defense agencies
Civildefense

485
6

473
5

494
5

526
5

490
7

551
5

527
7

531
8

460
5

619
8

682
9

Total miUtary
Civil




-

6,047

6,482

6,764

6,886

5,996

5,967

6,107

6,872

6,507

6,871

8,264

134

141

134

143

121

99

96

110

120

219

1,630

W

76,150

93

O

22,695
22,336
23,999
6,148

OUTLAYS

Legislative branch
ThejudiciaryExecutive Office ofthe President
Funds appropriated to the President:
Intemational security assistance
International development assistance
Other
Agriculture Department:
Coinmodity Credit Corporation, foreign
assistance and special export programs
Other
Coinmerce Departraent

O

76

a
S3

O

W

d
Kl

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Social and RehabiUtation Service
Federal old-age and survivors insurance
trustfund
Federal disabiUty insurance trust fund
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal supplementary medical insurance
trust fund
Other
Housing and Urban Development Department
Interior Departraent
Justice Department
Labor Department:
Unemployraent trust fund
Other
State DepartraentTransportation Department:
Highway trust fund
Other
Treasury Department:
Interest on the pubhc debt
Interest onrefunds, etc
Other
Atomic Energy Coinmission
Environmental Protection Agency
General Services Adrainistration
National Aeronautics and Space Adrainistration
U.S. Postal Service-Veterans Adrainistration:
Compensation, pension, and benefit programs
Govemment life insurance fund
National service life insurance fund
Other.
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission
Export-Iraport Bank of the United States.-.
Small Business Adrainistration
Teimessee VaUey Authority
Other
Undistributed intrabudgetary transactions:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds
Interest credited to certain accounts
Total
Smplus, or deficit (—)




1,047

875

919

1,084

1,024

972

1,046

1,038

1,099

1,051

1,207

2,791

14,157

2,823
338
491

2,855
342
474

2,850
343
484

2,918
349
489

2,895
344
523

2,889
364
503

3,002
355
475

2,986
362
677

2,955
374
698

2,986
381
507

2,967
371
532

3,743
398
621

36,848
4,310
6,276

194
525

205
736

191
665

205
609

219
756

199
654

205
813

254
817

233
920

213
807

206
908

221
438

2,544
8,645

498
Ill
77

417
126
88

231
133
90

191
114
122

215
88
96

340
48
70

389
81
91

276
124
83

277
83
129

-75
113
123

449
84
108

433
150
107

3,642
1,256
1,180

442
306
89

500
216
43

452
254
70

431
181
62

604
208
43

673
226
68

705
198
34

729
213
27

781
272
51

659
247
44

617
323
37

533
466
10

6,926
3,107
668

412
206

491
315

496
220

522
182

468
220

475
219

343
256

254
225

286
243

264
224

333
216

332
330

4,677
2,854

1,784
14
—59
188
37
—7

1,810
12
15
148
39
72

1,830
13
50
143
48
56

1,850
27
-314
167
39
46

1,800
29
102
198
61
65

1,855
12
-93
212
53
68

1,874
11
7
183
65
44

1,771
11
74
202
55
36

1,811
15
74
210
63
73

1,813
10
127
201
62
42

1,858
18
-3
330
184
62

21,849
188
87
2,392
763
689

377
-171

291
687

273
43

266
124

288
112

285
-5

259
107

276
171

310
131

238
117

270
38

292
416

3,422
1,772

679
6
65
156

606
5
50
231

558
6
49
142

623
6
50
151

707
6
47
59

707
6
61
129

701
5
48
266

690
12
129
30

733
14
130
164

720
5
37
163

749
6
34
182

690
5
38
174

8,081
81
720
1,848

320
14
20
27
282

283
25 ..
121
34
358

329

322

305

262

311

300

313

345

326

357

31
40
319

40
29
287

29
41
225

71
57
403

28
26
196

18
11
133

24
51
316

19
23
278

19
42
227

32
67
381

3,773
39
452
448
3,403

-234
-152

-218
-28

-207
-68

-226
-116

-204
-2,128

-249
-28

-234
-152

-268
-25

-232
-76

-251
-120

-234
-2,169

-2,768
-6,089

18,556

19,582

18,196

18,791

18,947

17,484

19,469

18,764

20,327

18,598

19,960

23,202

231,878

—5,358

-3,930

1,513

-6,330

-4,002

-271

-1,873

-3,526

-5,090

5,935

-2, 686

2,387

-23,227

—211
— 29

1,794
19 .
106
211
59
42

i
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h^ii.

TABLE 9.—Budget receipts hy sources and outlays hy major functions, fiscal years 1963-72
[In miUions of dollars. On basis of 1973 budget docuraent, released Jan. 24,1972]
Receipts and outlays

1963

1964

1965

1966

1987

1968

1969

1970

1971

19721

47,588
21,679

48,697
23,493

48,792
25,461

55,446
30,073

61,626
33,971

68,726
28,665

87,249
36,678

90,412
32,829

86,230
26,786

94,737
32,166

14,175
572
4,112

' 16,386
593
4,045

16,723
636
3,819

19,979
683
3,777

27,046
776
3,669

28,409
814
3,346

33,351
885
3,328

38,214
919
3,464

40,719
980
3,674

45, 111
1,008
4,357

932
13

993
15

1,065
16

1,111
18

647
1,201
19

698
1,334
20

903
1,426
24

936
1,735
29

1,253
1,916
37

1,340
2,058
39

19,804

22,012

22,268

26,567

33,349

34,622

39,918

45,298

48,578

53,914

3,366
2,075
4,474

3,499
2,048
4,664

3,689
2,142
5,081

3,720
2,066
3,358

3,980
2,077
3,221

4,189
2,121
3,390

4,482
2,136
3,967

4,610
2,093
3,649

4,696
2,205
3,609

6,110
2,207
2,189

9,915

10,211

10,911

9,145

9,278

9,700

10,585

10,352

10,510

9,506

3,279

3,519

3,669

3,917

4,441

4,379

4,637

5,354

5,542
663

6,322

O
S3

RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes
Corporation income taxes
Social insmance taxes and contributions (trust funds):
Employment taxes and contributions
RaUroad retirement.
Unemployment insm-ance
.-.
Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Supplementai-y raedical insmance
Employees'retirement, employee contributions
Other retirement contributions
Total social insurance taxes and contributions
Excise taxes:
Federal funds:
Alcohol
Tobacco
Other

-----

-

Total Federal excise taxes
Trust funds:
Highway '.
Airport and airway

^--

T otal trust excise taxes

3,279




-

o

Ul

o

S3

O

649

3,519

3,659

3,917

4,441

4,379

4,637

5,354

6,104

6,971

13,194

Total excise taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Custom duties.
Miscellaneous receipts
Total budget receipts

S3

13,731

14,570

13,062

13,719

14,079

15,222

16,705

16,614

15,477

2,167
1,205
1,023

2,394
1,252
1,084

2,718
1,442
1,694

3,066
1, 767
1,875

2,978
1,901
2,108

3,051
2,038
2,491

3,491
2,319
2,908

3,644
2,430
3,424

3,735
2,691
3,858

6,436
3,286
3,632

106,660

112,662

116,833

149,552

153,671

187,784

193,743

188,392

208,649

130,856

Ul

d

S3
Kj

OUTLAYS

N a t i o n a l defense:
D e p a r t m e n t of Defense—inilitary 2
I n t e r n a t i o n a l s e c m i t y assistance 2
A t o m i c energy 2
Defense-related activities
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts 3
Total national defense..
I n t e r n a t i o n a l affairs a n d finance:
C o n d u c t of foreign affairs
E c o n o m i c a n d financial assistance
Foreign information a n d exchange activities
F o o d f o r Peace
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting reeeipts

48,143
1,406
2,758
24
—74

49, 577
1,209
2,764
172
-130

45,973
1,125
2,625
136
-281

54,178
1,003
2,403
-62
-738

67,457
858
2,264
-17
-481

77,373
654
2,466
139
-116

77,872
789
2,450
260
-138

77,150
731
2,453
79
-118

74,546
2,275
-70

75, 263
1,973
2,392
101
-1,391

52,257

53,591

49,578

56,785

70,081

80, 517

81,232

80,295

77,661

78,338

346
1,968
201
2,040
—441

296
1,756
207
2,049
-191

347
2,041
223
1,852
-123

315
2,329
227
1,784
-165

336
3,057
245
1,452
-542

354
3,053
253
1,204
-245

371
2,420
237
975
-217

398
2,231
235
937
-232

405
' 1,807
242
918
'-276

460
2,376
242
933
-222

4,115

4,117

4,340

4,490

4,547

4,619

3,785

' 3,570

' 3,096

3,789

T/1

T o t a l i n t e r n a t i o n a l affairs a n d finance

§
> •

Space research a n d technology:
M a n n e d space flight
Space science a n d application
Space technology
Aircraft technology
S u p p o r t i n g space activities
D e d u c t i o n s for offsetting receipts
T o t a l space research a n d technology

1,516

576
303
36
122

(**)
2,552

2,768
754
432
40
178
-1

3,638
751
484
58
262
-2

4,210
778
435
75
435
-1

3,649
796
440
89
452
-2

3,096
700
410
128
390
-3

2,781
569
344
168
390
-6

2,209
858
328
188
374
-6

1,885
'681
'272
'210
385
-11

1,740
890
228
227
349
-13

4,170

5,091

5,933

6,423

4,721

4,247

3,749

3,381

3,422

%
H
>
•J
T

Agriculture and rural development:
F a r m income stabilization
R u r a l housing a n d p u b h c facihties
Agricultm'al l a n d a n d w a t e r resources
Research a n d other agricultural services
D e d u c t i o n s for oflsetting receipts
T o t a l agricultm'e a n d r m a l d e v e l o p m e n t
N a t m a l resom'ces a n d e n v i r o n m e n t :
Water resources a n d p o w e r . .
Land nianagement
1
Mineral resources
P o l l u t i o n control a n d a b a t e m e n t
Recreational resources
O t h e r n a t u r a l resources p r o g r a m s
D e d u c t i o n s for oflsetting receipts
T o t a l n a t m a l resomces a n d e n v i r o n m e n t —
S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




414
—36

4,134
326
325
440
-42

3,667
354
342
483
-42

2,536
309
347
528
-44

3,167
330
353
567
-44

4,542
474
351
615
-42

5,000
318
343
642
-85

4,589
579
344
730
-41

3,651
'328
346
'813
-42

5,119
875
381
916
-229

5,138

5,184

4,807

3,679

4,373

5,940

6,218

6,201

' 5,096

' 1,646

'•67
' -929
•

••1,703
459
46
117
202
••70
'-632

'1,761
609
59
134
215
'79
r -701

' 1,940
558
62
158
241
'90
' -1,011

' 2,025
818
73
190
285
'93
' -1,408

' 2,069
639
85
249
331
'102
'-1,753

'2,041
643
71
303
372
'107
'-1,368

' 1,983
754
94
350
370
122
-1,106

' 2,389
837
'130
701
'479
136
' - 1 , 957

2,664
892
112
763
524
152
-1,349

» 1,498
•

' 1,966

' 2,068

' 1,878

' 1,722

' 2,169

' 2,518

2, 716

1

7,061

3,769

4,060

375
324

422
25
87
180

'2,036

0

CO

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TABLE 9.—Budget receipts hy sources and outlays hy major functions, fiscal years 1963-72—Continued
Receipts and outlays

1963

1964

1965

1969

1970

1971

1972
to

0 UTLAYS—C onthiued

Coinmerce and transportation:
Air transportation
Water transportation
Ground transportation
Postal service
Advancement of business
Area and regional development
Regulation of business
Deductions for oflsetting receipts
Total coinmerce and transportation
Community plamiing, manageraent, and development.
Low and moderate income housing aids
Maintenance of the housing mortgage raarket
Deductions for oflsetting receipts
Total community development and housing
Education and manpower:
Elementary and secondary education
Higher education
Vocational education
Educational revenue sharing.
Manpower traming and employment services
General science
Other education aids
Other manpower aids
Deductions for oflsetting receipts
Total education and manpower
Health:
Developraent of health resources.-.
Providing or fmancing medical services
Prevention and control of health problems
Deductions for offsetting receipts
Total health




SI

808
672
3,067
770
239
242
82
-104

835
658
3,686
578
262
538
91
-128

876
728
4,092
805
405
557
98
-160

879
708
4,043
888
361
315
99
-112

946
766
4,093
1,141
332
318
118
-119

951
844
4,367
1,080
447
472
98
-165

1,042
864
4,413
920
162
584
107
-162

1,223
902
4,632
1,610
487
690
120
-154

'1,602
1,041
5,070
2,183
'738
717
'181
'-221

2,587
1,104
5,208
1,775
634
818
173
-1,104

5,765

6,511

7,399

7,171

7,594

8,094

7,921

9,310

'11,310

11,193

233
198
- 1 , 289
-22

320
37
-511
-31

460
81
-237
-16

721
391
1,545
-13

1,023
478
1,133
-19

1,277
948
1,863
-12

1,509
871
-406
-13

2,171
1,280
-487

2,486
'1,243
'-319
-53

2,796
23
1,613
-216

-880

-185

288

2,644

2,616

4,076

1,961

2,965

3,357

*d
=
O
S3

4,216

(**)

^

O

Ul

o

527
419
41

566
383
41

645
414
132

1,804
705
136

2,439
1,159
250

2,595
1,393
265

2,480
1,230
262

2,968
1,381
289

'3,164
'1,428
415

209
206
98
7
—5

299
310
110
49
—5

534
309
158
100
-9

989
368
155
112
—11

1,238
415
264
100
—11

1,587
449
334
132
—16

1,560
490
373
142
—13

1,802
464
429
169
—14

2,380
522
'534
223
'—12

3,532
1,436
521
605
2,694
567
637
315
-13

1,502

1,751

2,284

4,258

6,853

6,739

8,525

7,289

8,654

10,197

949
318
'114
-3

1,170
386
'161
-1

1,039
476
'189
-1

1,212
1,094
'204
-1

1,556
4,868
'247
-2

1,826
7,455
'330
-3

1,918
9,315
'380
-2

2,097
10,344
' 473
-8

'2,201
'11,946
' 319
'-3

2,653
16,030
218
-1,921

' 1,379

' 1,716

' 1,704

' 2,509

' 6,667

' 9,608

'11,611

' 12,907

S3

O

' 14,463

16,981

d
S3
S3

I n c o m e security:
R e t i r e m e n t a n d social insurance
P u b U c assistance
Social a n d i n d i v i d u a l services
D e d u c t i o n s for oflsetting receipts

' 21,478
2,909
176
—479

V e t e r a n s benefits a n d services:
I n c o m e security for v e t e r a n s
Veterans education, training, a n d rehabilitation.
Veterans housing
H o s p i t a l a n d m e d i c a l care for v e t e r a n s
O t h e r v e t e r a n s benefits a n d s e r v i c e s . .
D e d u c t i o n s for oflsetting receipts

T o t a l general g o v e r n m e n t

Totaloutlays

' 32,540
4,272
888
-1

37, 276
6,186
1,331
-1

' 46,321
' 7,775
' 1,617
r_i

54,181
9,422
2,859
-1,905

' 25,110

' 25,702

' 29,016

' 31,164

' 34,108

'37,699

,790

' 55,712

64,658

4,708
101
—109
1,147
176
—501

4,846
77
44
1,231
186
-502

4,710
58
1,271
179
-497

4,700
64
169
1,320
196
-518

5,209
305
304
1,393
195
-509

4,997
478
210
1,472
218
-492

6,528
701
102
1,586
237
-493

6,021
1,016
64
1,802
260
-477

'6,448
f1,669
-179
2,038
294
-484

6,875
1,918
-300
2,428
318
-491

5,681

5,722

6,920

6,897.

6,882

7,640

8,677

' 9, 776

10, 747

10,686
88
11
-956

11,346
77
12
-1,078

12,014
104
14
-846

13,391
120
13
-936

14,573
120
10

16,588
120
7
-925

19,304
113
6
-1,110

20,959
132
6
'-1,487

21,849
182
6
- 1,456

9,215

Total mterest

U n d i s t r i b u t e d i n t r a g o v e r n m e n t a l transactions:
E m p l o y e r share, eraployee r e t k e r a e n t .
I n t e r e s t received b y t r u s t funds

' 29, 668
3,728
831
-18

9,810

10,357

11, 285

12,588

13, 744

15,791

18,312

' 19, 609

20,582

131
63
21
733
416
110
323
70
139
—196

126
68
22
808
653
110
335
58
189
-228

142
76
23
844
665
107
366
61
190
-165

159
79
24
886
550
107
385
73
192
-162

167
87
25
968
617
116
426
84
218
-199

180
94
27
1,024
569
140
452
104
243
-272

192
110
31
1,094
567
146
534
162
268
-238

229
133
37
1,271
595
166
666
226
272
-259

256
146
'45
1,414
'613
'218
'969
241
'340
'-261

311
173
69
1,647
719
1,435
1,233
450
345
1,492

1,810

2,040

2,210

2,292

2,610

2,561

2,866

3,336

. 3,970

4,890

-1,169
-1,485

-1,266
-1,621

-1,329
-1,780

-1,447
-1,917

-1,681
-2,275

-1,825
-2,674

-2,018
-3,099

-2,444
-3,936

-2,611
-4,765

2,768
6,089

111,311

118,584

118,430

134,652

168,254

178,833

184,548

196,588

211,425

231,876

-

' Revised.
1 B a s e d o n " M o n t h l y S t a t e m e n t cf R e c e i p t s a n d O u t l a y s of t h e U n i t e d
Government."
2 E n t r i e s n e t of offsetting receipts.




(*)

>

Interest:
Interest on the public d e b t . .
I n t e r e s t on refunds of r e c e i p t s .
I n t e r e s t on u n i n v e s t e d funds
D e d u c t i o n s for oflsettmg receipts

General g o v e r n m e n t :
Legislative fimctions
Judicial functions.
Executive dkection and management
C e n t r a l fiscal o p e r a t i o n s General p r o p e r t y a n d records m a n a g e m e n t — .
C e n t r a l personnel m a n a g e m e n t .
L a w enforcement a n d justice
N a t i o n a l C a p i t a l region
O t h e r general g o v e r n m e n t
D e d u c t i o n s for oflsetting receipts

' 27,351
3,180
692
-59

9,895
74
11
—765

T o t a l v e t e r a n s benefits a n d services

' 25,563
3,151
410
-109

6,620

.--

' 22,530
3,119
249
-196

'24,084

T o t a l income s e c m i t y

' 22,234
3,085
199
-409

States

3 Excludes oflsetting receipts which h a v e b e e n d i s t r i b u t e d b y function a b o v e .
* Less t h a n $500,000.
** Minus less t h a n $500,000.

hj

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TABLE 10.—Internal revenue collections hy tax sources, fiscal years 1936-72 ^

•^^
Gi

[In thousands of doUars. As reported by Internal 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 Income t a x e s »
Fiscal year
Withheld
by
employers
1938
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945 . . . .
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1962
1953
1954
1956
1956
1967 . .
1958
1959
1960
_
1961
1962
1963
1964
1985
1986
1967
1968
1969 . . .
1970 . 1971
1972....

_




686,016
7,823,436
10, 264, 219
9,857, 589
9,842, 282
11, 533, 577
10,055, 502
9,888,976
13,089, 770
17,929, 047
21,132, 275
22,077,113
21,253,626
24,015,676
28, 727, 543
27,040,911
29,001,376
31,674,588
32,977,664
36,248,109
38, 718, 702
39,268,881
36,840,394
42,811,381
60,520,874
67,300,646
70,182,175
77,416,070
' 76,490,128
83, 200,366

Other

Total indiv i d u a l income taxes

674,416
674,416
1,091,741
1,091, 741
1,286,312
1,288,312
1,028,834
1,028,834
982,017
982,017
1, 417,655
1.417,656
3, 262,800
3, 262,800
5,943,917
6,629, 932
18, 261,005
10,437, 670
19,034,313
8, 770.094
8,848,947
18,704, 636
19,343, 297
9, 501, 015
9, 464, 204
20,997, 781
7,998,320
18,051, 822
7, 264,332
17,163,308
9,907, 539
22,997,308
29, 274,107
11,345,060
11,403,942
32, 536, 217
32,813.691
10, 736, 578
10,396,480
31,650,106
11,321,966
35,337, 642
12,302,229
39,029, 772
11, 527, 648
38, 668, 659
11, 733,369
40, 734, 744
13, 271,124
44,945, 711
13,175,346
48,163,001
14,403,486
50,649,694
52, 987. 681
14, 268, 878
64,690,354
16,331,473
63,860,683
16,820,288
18,488,170
61,297,662
18,849,721
69,370,596
20,961,499
78,252,045
27,258,231
97,440,406
26,235,616
103,651,686
24, 262, 293 ' 100, 752,421
25,678,820
108, 879,186

Corporation income
a n d profits
taxes 8

Total
Income
a n d profits
taxes 3

763,032
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
12,653,802
9,676,459
10,174,410
11,563,669
10,854,351
14,387,569
21,466,910
21, 694,515
21, 546,322
18, 264,720
21,298, 622
21,630,663
20,633,316
18,091, 609
22,179,414
21, 784,940
21,295,711
22,336,134
24,300,863
28,131,334
30.834,243
34,917,826
29,898,520
38,337,846
36,038,983
' 30,319,953
34,925,546

1,427,448
2,179,842
2,629,030
2,185,114
2,129,609
3,471,124
8,008,884
16, 298,888
33,027, 802
35,061, 526
31, 258,138
29,019, 756
31,172,191
29,605, 491
28,007, 659
37,384,878
50, 741,017
54,130, 732
54,360,014
49, 914,826
66, 636,164
80, 660,425
69,101,874
68,826, 254
67,125,126
67,917,941
71,945.306
76, 323, 714
78.891,218
79,792,016
92,131.795
104,288,420
108,148,585
135,778,052
138, 688,588
' 131,072,374
143, 804, 732

Old-age a n d
disabUity
hisurance
taxes 2

207,339
502,918
629, 836
605,350
687,328
895,336
1,131,548
1. 290,025
1,307,931
1, 237,825
1,458, 934
1, 612, 721
1, 687,151
1,873, 401
2, 810,749
3,684,026
3,816, 252
4, 218,620
5,339, 573
6, 336, 805
8, 634, 487
7,733, 223
8,004,355
10, 210, 550
11,586. 283
11, 688,231
13,484, 379
15,657.783
15,848,073
19,006,488
26,562,638
26,820,648
31,489,943
36,692,198
37,902,403
41,617,156

Unemployment
insurance
taxes

RaUroad
retirement
tax

48
287
58,119
149,478
90, 267
109, 427
101,167
122,048
108,123
137,871
100, 658
170,409
119, 617
211,151
156,008
265,011
183,337
284, 758
186, 489
284,258
178, 745
379, 555
185, 876
660,113
208, 508
662, 734
228, 228
548,038
223,136
679,778
238,952
620, 622
259, 816
628,969
273,182
606, 221
283, 882
600,106
279, 986
634,323
324, 658
618, 020
330,034
575, 282
335, 880
525,369
324,020
606,931
341,108
346, 358
670, 812
467,629
664,311
948, 464
671, 644
850,858
693,864
622,499
635,734
567. 014
683,631
602,745
792,858
808,802
858,448
640,030
938,684
776,139
980, 851
' 972,409
1, 024, 069 '1,043,878
1,072, 776

Total
employment
taxes 3

48
265, 745
742,660
740, 429
833, 521
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, 576
3,627,480
4,464, 264
4, 718,403
5,107,623
6, 219, 665
7. 295, 784
7, 580, 522
8,644,386
8,863,744
11,158, 589
12, 502,451
12, 708,171
15, 004, 486
17,002,504
17,104,308
20.258,133
28,958,241
28,085,898
33,068,657
37,449,188
' 39,918, 690
43, 714, 001

Capital
stock
tax 4

94,943
137,499
139,349
127, 203
132, 739
168,853
281,900
328, 795
380. 702
371,999
352.121
1,697
1,723
6,138
266

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Estate
tax

218, 781
281,636
382,175
332,280
330,886
355,194
340,323
414, 531
473, 466
696,137
629, 601
708,794
822,380
735, 781
657, 441
638, 623
750, 591
784,690
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
2,454,332
2,646,968
2,728,680
2,710,254
3,136,691
3,241,321
3,362,641
5,126, 522 1

Gift
tax

160 059
23,912
34, 699
28,436
29,185
61 864
92, 217
32, 985
37, 745
46,918
47.232
70, 497
76,965
80,757
48, 785
91,207
82, 556
106,694
71, 778
87, 776
117.370
124,928
133,873
117,160
187,089
170,912
238,980
215,843
306,312
291,201
446,964
285,826
371, 725
393,373
438,755
431,642
363,447

Excisetaxes
Alcohol t a x e s »

Tobacco taxes»

Fiscal year
DistUled
spkits 8

1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1961
1962 .
1953
1954
1965
1966
1957
1958
1959
I960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1985
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

-

..

.

-

:

Footnotes at end of table.



222,431
274,049
280,088
283,575
317,732
428,642
574,598
781,873
899,437
1,484,306
1,746,580
1,685,389
1,436,233
1,397,954
1,421,900
1, 748,834
1,589,730
1,846,727
1,873,630
1,870,699
2,023,334
2,080,104
2,054,184
2,098,496
2,255, 761
2,276, 643
2,386,487
2,467, 521
2.535,596
2,710,603
2,767,400
2,966,967
3,085,313
3,345,601
3,463,269
3.479,332
3, 720, 886

Beer«

244,681
277,465
269,348
259, 704
264,679
316, 741
366,181
455, 634
659,162
638,682
660,824
661,418
697,097
686,388
687.411
665,009
727,604
782,983
769, 774
737,233
766,441
760,620
767, 697
767.205
796, 233
795,427
813,482
825.412
887,660
906,730
887,319
940, 622
959.670
1,003,354
1,077,499
1 104 240
i; 164; 283

Wines

8,968
5,991
6,892
6,395
8,060
11,423
23,986
33,663
34,095
47,391
60,844
57,196
60,962
65,782
72,601
67, 264
72,374
80,536
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
154,766
160, 761
174 629
177; 697

O t h e r , including occup a t i o n a l taxes
29,484
36,760
32,673
38,126
33,882
63,250
83,772
152,476
126, 091
139,487
67,917
70, 779
61,036
60,604
57, 291
67, 711
159,412
90,681
60,928
53,183
45, 219
45,143
44,377
46,477
42,870
44,767
43,281
46,853
46,564
46,147
49,376
46,645
117,014
51,849
44,862
42. 381
47,134

Total
alcohol
taxes
505,464
594,245
567,979
687,800
624,253
820,056
1,048,617
1,423,648
1,618,776
2,309,888
2,626,185
2,474, 762
2,265,327
2,210,607
2, 219, 202
2, 646,808
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. 441,666
3,577.499
3,772,634
3,814,378
4,075, 723
4,287,237
4,655,680
4,746,382
4,800,482
5,110,001

Cigarettes

425,506
476,046
493, 454
604,056
533,059
616, 757
704,949
836, 260
904,046
836, 763
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, 613.740
1, 604,197
1,649,045
1,610.908
1,868,208
1, 738,050
1,863, 582
1,923, 640
1,956.527
2, 010,624
1,978,676
2,069,895
2,008,499
2,023,090
2,066,169
2,082,106
2,036,101
2,149,627
2,151,158

Cigars

12,361
13,392
12,882
12,913
12,995
13, 514
14,482
23,172
30, 269
36, 678
41, 454
48,354
46, 762
45, 690
42,170
44,275
44,810
46,328
45. 618
46, 246
46,040
44,858
47,247
61,101
50,117
49, 604
49. 726
50,232
66,309
60,923
57,662
55, 736
54,937
'i4 220
68,834
54 775 1
54; 173 1

Other

63,299
62,816
61,846
63,190
62,464
67,806
61, 551
66,425
64,178
58,714
61,094
44,146
46,325
43, 650
43,443
42,148
46,281
21,803
20, 871
20,770
19, 412
18,283
18, 566
17, 685
17, 825
17,974
19,483
18.481
19,681
17,976
9,796
1,043
1,181
1 2RQ

1.277
5 282
?
1,942

Total
tobacco
taxes, etc.
501,166
562, 254
568,182
580,159
608, 518
698,077
780,982
923,867
988,483
932,145
1,185, 519
1, 237,768
1,300, 280
1,321,875
1,328,464
1,380,396
1, 666,162
1,654,911
1, 580,229
1,571, 213
1,613,497
1,674,060
1, 734,021
1,806,816
1,931, 504
1,991,117
2,026,736
2,079, 237
2,062,646
2,148,694
2,073,966
2,079,869
2,122,277
2,137,585
2, 094,212
2, 208,586
2, 207, 273

Documents,
other Instruments, and
playkig cards^

68,990
69,919
48,233
41,083
38 681
39,057
41 702
45,156
50 800
65; 528
87,676
79, 978
79 466
72 828
84,648
93 107
84 996
90 319
90 000
112 049
114,927
107,546
109,452
133,817
139 231
149.350
169,319
149,069
171,614
186 289
146,457
68 260
48,721
1,455
220
68
259

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TABLE 10.—Internal revenue collections hy tax sources, fiscal years 1936-72 ^—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

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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 y e a r
Oasoline

1936
1937
1938
2939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1946
1946
1947
1948.
1949..:..
1950
1951
1952
1953
1964
1956
1966
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962.
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
FRASER
1972

.

Digitized for


.

-

177,340
196,533
203,648
207,019
226,187
343,021
369,687
288,786
271, 217
406,563
405,695
433,676
478.638
503,647
534,270
688,647
734,716
890,679
836,893
954,678
1,030,397
1,458,217
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
3,186,239
3,430,078
3,647,678
3, 741,160

LubrlcatkigoUs

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
74,684
73,601
69,996
73,686
81,679
74,296
73,012
74,410
76,316
76,096
90,776
92, 573
92,311
97,476
87,510
88,185
95,474

Passenger
automobiles a n d
motorcycles 8

48,201
65,265
43,365
42,723
69,351
81,403
77,172
1,424
1,222
2,668
25,893
204,680
270,958
332,812
462,066
663,363
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
1,746,969
1,887,691
1,492,225
1,413,833
1,530,777
1,863,956
1,763,327
1,696,112
563, 223

Radio
Refriger- a n d teleAutomo- Parts and
vision re- Electric,
ators,
bUes,
Bushiess
Tkes,
accesceivmg
gas, a n d E l e c t r i c a l
tracks
a n d store freezers,
tubes,
sories for
oU a p a k - c o n - sets a n d
energy
and
maand tread
autob u s s e s 8 mobUes*
chhies " ditioners, p h o n o - pliances ^°
mbber
graphs,
etc."
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
9L983
136,797
123,630
121,286
147, 445
210,032
149,914
134,805
189, 434
199,298
206,104
216,279
271,938
236,659
257, 200
303,144
360,945
425,361
460,069
468,910
447,743
689,304
669,986
625,290
497,138

7,110
10,086
7,989
7,935
10,630
13,084
28,088
20,478
31,551
49,440
68,871
99,932
122,951
120,138
88,733
119,476
164,135
177,924
134,759
136,709
146,797
157,291
166,720
186,234
189,476
188.819
198, 077
224, 507
228,782
252,874
196,546
34,640
76,226
81,387
84,069
84,078
94,099

32,208
40,819
31,567
34,819
41, 555
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
162.687
164,316
177,872
261,464
259,820
278,911
304,466
279,572
361, 562
398, 860
411,483
440,467
481,803
503,753
489,139
631,527
614,796
693,377
681,320

6,972
6,461
3,760
10.120
16,792
26,183
32,707
33,344
30,012
44,491
48, 515
50,259
48,992
67,281
70,146
83,176
90,658
93,894
99,370
98.305
81,719
74, 845
71,867
74,426
6,745
-461
10
-25
-1
-12

5,076
7,939
6,764
9,913
6,849
8,829
4,834
6,958
6,080
9,954
6,936
13, 279
19,144
16,246
5,561
5,966
3,402
2,406
4,753
1,637
13,385
9,229
63,856
37,352
67, 267
58,473
49,180
77,833
42,085
64,316
128,187
96,319
118, 244
57,970
159,383
87,424
136, 535
76,059
136,849
38,004
161,098
49,078
149,192
48,894
146,422
39,379
152, 568
40, 593
169,451
50,034
148.989
65,920
173,024
54,638
184, 220
61,498
197,595
62,799
221,769
76,987
137 " - 3 , 7 8 1
-2,650 " - 1 , 3 2 9
597
438
-129
31
-5
-30
129
-10
8

.
17,702
6,913
6,027
12,060
25,492
65,608
87,858
80,935
80,406
121,996
89,644
113,390
97,416
60,859
71,064
76,198
61,400
62,373
69,276
64,483
66,435
68,171
77,576
80,983
6,367
-^768
236
12
-94
-7
-41

33,575
35,975
38,466
39,859
42,339
47,021
49, 978
48,705
61,239
57,004
59,112
63,014
69,701
79,347
85,704
93,184
53.094

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(")

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(")

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All
other"

37,166
44,744
39,188
16,323
11,967
12,609
67,406
64, 569
37,684
60,406
89,366
113,062
128,548
124,860
112,966
140,706
122,059
134,613
122,488
93,883
110,171
123,374
127,004
135,728
152, 285
150, 826
154,129
163,827
178.861
196,356
69,773
38,941
46,706
61,367
53,427
'60,979
56, 276

Total manufacturers
excise
taxes

382,716
450, 681
417,152
396,976
447,152
617,373
771,898
504,746
503,482
782,511
922,671
1,425,395
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, 761,926
3,974,136
3,958, 789
4,735,129
4,896,802
6,132,949
6,610,309
6,020,643
6,418,146
6,613,869
5,478,347
5,713,973
6,501,146
6, 683,061
'8,684,799
5, 728,657

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Excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
MisceUaneous excise taxes

RetaUers excise taxes i"
Fiscal y e a r

Jeweh'y

1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1962
1953
1964
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1986
1966
1967
1968
1989
1970
1971-1972

Fms

41,601
88,386
113,373
184,220
223,342
236,615
217,899
210,688
190,820
210,239
220,339
234,659
209,266
142,366
152,340
156,604
156,134
156,382
165,699
168,498
176,023
181,902
189,437
204,572
43,264
1,643
442
34
26
154
6

Footnotes at end of table.



19,744
44,223
68,726
79,418
91,706
97,481
79,539
61,946
45,781
67,604
61,436
49,923
39,038
27,063
28,261
29,494
28,644
29,909
30,207
29,226
31,163
29, 287
30,016
31,390
3,179
204
287
10
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ToUet
preparations

18,922
32,677
44,790
86,615
96,574
95,542
91,862
93,969
94,995
106,339
112,892
116,676
110,149
71,829
83,776
92,868
98,158
107,968
120,211
131,743
144, 594
158,351
176,857
195,833
40,898
1,218
131
-9
-1
-69

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
656
6

(*)
(*)

82

Diesel
and
special
motor
fuels 15

7,138
15,091
17,969
22,692
24,464
39,454
46,061
62,5'28
71,869
88,856
106,178
113,012
128,079
152,188
159,326
182,147
201,918
224,657
257,712
266,388
298,608

Noncommercial
aviation
gasoUne

4,763
8,838

Noncommercial
aviation
fuel,
other
than
gasoline

10,918
19,381

Total
retailers
excise
taxes

80,167
165,266
225,232
424,105
492,046
514,227
469, 923
449,211
409,128
457,013
' 482,604
' 511,100
' 466,301
' 314,837
'346,360
' 375,536
' 387,682
' 408,256
' 460,669
' 486,605
' 526,341
' 556,570
' 603, 092
'665,389
' 267,481
' 185,766
' 202,784
' 224,693
'257,820
' 282,144
326,833

ToU
telephone,
telegraph,
radio a n d
cable
services i^

21,098
24,570
23,977
24,094
26,368
27,331
48,231
91,174
141, 275
208,018
234,393
252, 746
276,255
311,380
312,339
354,660
395,434
417,940
412, 508
230,251
241,543
268,186
279,376
292,412
312,055
343,894
350,566
364,618
379,608
458,057
907,917
1,101,853
1,105,478
1,316,378
1,469,662
1,624,533
1,650,499

A d m i s s i o n s i3
General
telephone
service

26,791
66,987
90,199
133,569
146.689
164,944
193,621
224,531
247,281
290,320
310,337
367, 933
359,473
290,198
315.690
347,024
370,810
398,023
428,242
483,408
492, 912
515,987
530,588
620,880
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)
(20)

Transport a t i o n of
persons i^

21,379
87,132
153,683
234,182
226,750
244,003
246,323
251,389
228, 738
237,617
275,174
287,408
247,415
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
223,687
260,802
423,082
615,269

Transport a t i o n of
property
(including
coal)

82,566
215,488
221,088
220,121
275,701
317,203
337,030
321,193
381,342
388, 689
419,604
395, 554
398,039
450,579
467,978
462, 989
IB 143, 250
19 3,140
1,306
568
451
277
216
115
51
30
21,585
29,456

General
admissions

15,773
18,185
19,284
18,029
20,265
68,620
107,633
138,054
178, 563
300, 589
343,191
392,873
385,101
386,844
371,244
346,492
330,816
312,831
271,952
106,086
104,018
75,847
64,683
49,977
34,494
36,679
39,169
42,789
47,053
51,968
45,668
358
76
-22
-35
-21
-18

Cabarets

1,339
1,655
1,517
1,442
1,623
2,343
7,400
16,397
26,726
58,877
72,077
63,350
53, 527
48,857
41,453
42,646
45,489
46,691
38,312
39,271
42, 255
43,241
42,919
45,117
49,605
33,603
35,606
39,794
41,026
43,623
35,736
3,041
1,074
33
—36
83
—81

TABLE 10.—Internal revenue collections hy tax sources, fiscal years 1936-72 ^—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
O

Excise t a x e s — C o n t i n u e d
MisceUaneous excise taxes — C o n t i n u e d
Fiscal y e a r
C l u b due s
a n d initiat i o n fees

1938
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1956
1956
1957
1958
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1988
1969
1970
1971
FRASER
1972

-

.

Digitized for


. .

. .

6,091
6,288
6,651
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
33,692
36,829
31,978
41,963
47,171
64,236
60,338
64,813
67,187
64,357
69,452
71,097
76,120
79,671
62,571
1,825
1,536
1,040
206
22
-37

Sugar

30,569
65,414
68,145
74,835
68,230
53,652
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
98,636
99,903
95,411
97,109
102,932
104,203
102,270
108,191
113,309
113,556
116,762

Use tax on
highway
motor vehicles
weighing
over
26,000 lbs.15

27,163
33,117
32,632
38,333
45,575
79,761
99,481
100,199
102,038
104,240
108,178
108,918
124,273
135,086
145,058
157,279

AU o t h e r 21

44,656
46,964
49,410
46,900
43,171
45,143
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
38,588
43,767
37,651
38,596
43,206
54,447
55,236
60,083
138,269
149,309
115,616
159,876
226,684

Total misceUaneous
excise taxes

88,957
97,561
131,307
162,098
165,907
224,855
417,916
734,831
. 1,076,921
1,430,476
1,490,101
1,551,245
1,655,711
1,752,792
1,720,908
1,842,598
'1,940,334
'2,046,073
' 1,918,558
'1,469,941
' 1,584,033
' 1,679,055
' 1,695,266
'1,383,425
' 1,314,960
'1,408,670
' 1,465,080
' 1,506,644
'1,418,552
' 1,633,868
' 1,444,038
' 1, 549,915
' 1,656,925
' 1,922,890
' 2,084,510
'2,487,773
2,694,682

Unclassified
excise taxes 22

T o t a l excise
taxes

114,687
-31,209
66,237
-32,749
66,351
99,644
-80,943
101,488
66,251
106,387
-32,119
37,933
676,867
288,480
159,458
38,059
' 410,000
779,330

1,647,293
1,764, 561
1,730,853
1,768,113
1,884,512
2,399,417
3,141,183
3,797,503
4,463,674
6,944,630
6,684,178
7,283,376
7,409,941
7,578,846
7,598,405
8,703, 599
8,971,158
9,946,116
9,517,233
9,210,582
10,004,195
10,637,544
10,814,268
10,759,549
11,864,741
12,064,302
12,762,176
13,409,737
13,950,232
14,792,779
13,398,112
14,113,748
14,320,396
15,542,787
15,904,264
' 16,871,851
16,847,036

Taxes not
other-wise
classified

G r a n d total

cp
SI

28 71,637

24 7,352
24 5,269
24 15,482
24 7,024
24 6,444

3,520,208
4,653,195
5,658,765
5,181,674
5,340,452
7,370,108
13,047,869
22,371,388
40,121 760
43,800', 388
40,672,097
39,108,386
41,864,542
40,463,125
38,957,132
50,445,686
65,009,586
69,686,535
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
153,636,838
187,919,660
196,722,096
'191,647,198
209,855,737

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%
d
SI

•Less than $500.
' Revised
1 For figmes for 1863-1915, see 1929 Annual Report, p. 419; for 1916-28, see 1947 Annual
Report, p. 310; and for 1929-35, see 1983 Annual Report, p. 486.
3 Withheld 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
1960; since December 1958, disabUity insurance taxes, and skice June 1985, 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 estimates 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, 1961-56, include amounts subsequently transferred to the Government of Guam, under the provisions of the act approved Aug. 1,
1950 (48 U.S.C. 1421h); smce 1956 these amounts are excluded.
8 Beginning with 1952, includes the tax on business income of exempt organizations.
Income tax on the Alaska Railroad was included unth repealed, effective with taxable
years ending after June 30, 1952.
4 Repealed for years ending after June 30, 1945.
* Beginning with 1954, includes taxe^ coUected in Puerto Rico upon products of
Puerto Rican manufacture coming into the United States. Tobacco taxes "other"
repealed effective Jan. 1,1968 (PubUc Law 89-44).
9 Through 1956, "DistUled spirits" included amounts coUected by Customs on
imports of both distiUed spkits and beer. Beginning with 1957, imported beer is included
with "Beer."
" Includes stamp taxes on issues, transfers, and sales of bonds, capital stock, and
f
simUar interest sales untU repealed effective June 22. 1965 (Public Law 89-44) and
taxes on silver buUion sales or transfers untU repealed effective June 5, 1963 (Public
Law 88-38). Tax on foreign insurance policies (1 cent or 4 cents per $1 of premium)
payable by return on and after Jan. 1, 1968 (Public Law 89-44 and Treasury Decision
6868). Deeds of conveyance, $100 to $500, 65 cents; each additional $500 or fraction
thereof, 55 cents, repealed effective Jan. 1,1968 (Public Law 89-44).
8 Passenger automobiles and light trucks repealed Dec. 11, 1971 (Revenue Act of
1971). Motorcycles repealed effective Sept. 1, 1955 (Pubhc Law 379).
« Parts and accessories for automobUes (except truck parts), repealed effective Jan. 1,
1966 (Public Law 89-44).
1 Repealed, effective June 22,1965 (PubUc Law 89-44).
8
1 Air conditioners, repealed, effective May 15,1985; refrigerators and freezers, repealed
1
eflective June 22,1965 (Public Law 89-44),
1 Includes manufacturers excise taxes on jewelry (1932, repealed by the Revenue Act
2
of 1936), furs (1932. repealed eflective June 30, 1938), and toUet preparations (1939, repealed eflective Oct. 1, 1941); beghining 1942 includes manufacturers excise taxes on
phonograph records, musical instruments, and luggage, repealed eflective 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.
1 Repealed by Revenue Act of 1951. Collections for the years subsequent to 1952 are
3
included under "MisceUaneous excise taxes, AU other."
1 Negative flgure stems primarUy from floor stock credits taken on certain taxes re4
pealed by the Excise Tax Reduction Act of 1966.
1 Beginning with flscal 1957, collections are appUed in accordance with provisions
6
ofthe Highway Revenue Act of 1956, as amended (23 U.S.C. 120 note).




1 General and toU telephone and teletypewriter service reduced to 3 percent, eflective
9
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 biUs
first rendered on or after Apr. 1.1966, for services rendered after Jan. 31,1968. is increased
from 3 percent to 10 percent ofthe amount paid (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 biUs first rendered on or
after Apr. 1,1968. Public Law 90-285 continued the 10-percent rate to Apr. 30,1988; the
Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of June 28, 1968 (PubUc Law 90-364) retroactively restored the 10-percent rate.
" Rate of 10 percent repealed eflective Nov. 16, 1962, except on air transportation
which was reduced to 5 percent.
1 Repealed eflective noon Dec. 31,1965.
8
19 Repealed effective Aug. 1, 1958 (26 U.S.C. 4292 note).
20 After fiscal 1965, included in "Toll telephone, telegraph, radio, and cable services."
21 Includes certain dehnquent taxes coUected under repealed laws and various other
taxes not shown separately.
23 Includes undistributed depositary receipts and unappUed coUections of excise
taxes.
28 Consists of agricultural adjustment taxes.
24 Beginning with 1955, includes unidentified and excess collections, and profits from
sale of acquked property. UntU 1965, such amounts were included in "Miscellaneous
excise taxes, AU other." For 1955-57, includes depositary receipts outstanding 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 dkectly 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 collection reports after the retmns to which
they applied 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, eflective July 1, 1954, extended this practice to
Internal Revenue Service coUection reports, so that these reports include depositary
receipts in the month in which they are issued instead of the month in which tax retums supported by the receipts are received in the dfrectors' offices. It is not possible
to make a complete classification of excise taxes paid into depositaries until the returns
are received. Accordingly, the item "Unclassified excise taxes" includes the amount
of *'undistributed depositary receipts," i.e., the amount of depositary receipts issued,
less the amount of depositary receipts received witb 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' liabiUties;

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1972 REPORT OF THE SE€RETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE IL—Internal revenue collections and refunds by States, fiscal year 1972
[In thousands of doUars]

States, etc.

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California.-..
Colorado
Connecticut.
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
HawaU
Idaho
lUinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland 1
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi
Missomi
Montana
Nebraska.-Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
NewYork
North CaroUna
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina.
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia.
Washington
WestVirginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Intemational 2
Undistributed:
Federal tax deposits and
depositary receipts 3
Transferred to Government of Guam
Withheld taxes of Federal

Individual
mcome and
employment

Corporation
income

Excise
taxes

1,332,956
192,512
978,395
611,700
14,741,305
2,446,960
3,150,045
717,548
4,026,495
2,598,594
535,818
441,668
11,065,464
4,050,875
1,302,641
1,111,910
1,250,153
1,597,427
432,268
4,777,600
4,505,621
8,416,483
2,979,592
802,553
4,101,537
263,654
958,753
372,026
413,240
5,620,074
400,448
21,867,379
2,669,343
216, 711
8, 912,687
1, 272, 227
1,351,384
9, 624,653
721,628
987, 663
211, 928
1,864,023
7,126,930
469,616
205,491
2,276,324
2,008,806
594,813
2, 719,136
141,845
659,169

226,923
17,605
136,335
104,775
2,176,596
221.783
725,381
515,816
700,166
533,468
65,715
52,273
2,852,171
621,306
289,290
199,969
328,655
269.784
62,354
524,636
893,549
3,710,712
648,776
108,395
887,808
35,399
149,803
68,485
59,587
1,637,674
41, 635
7,388,796
746,401
21, 508
2,024,730
273,962
258,158
1, 672,146
161,238
175,841
28,125
361,813
1,485, 559
80,271
27,465
380,665
279, 788
111, 158
654,483
13, 620
39,858

126,609
, 4,853
9,000
41,157
1,355,713
208,419
329,969
31,774
196,531
246,330
16,453
5,290
1,136,086
456,973
34,797
43,196
1,214,810
75,770
8,833
417,558
318,014
1,645,148
151,652
19,225
479,167
4,722
88,924
15,404
20,195
489,362
8,863
974,991
1,332,665
9,394
1,055,209
361,706
43,136
1,074,265
14,285
24,560
7,762
68, 714
1,478,340
17,325
2,336
'682,065
163,303
19,296
250,773
21,325
;il8,128

270,500

43,783

Estate
andgift
taxes

37,905
851
57,370
15,908
688,932
42,027
171,816
29,595
261,539
80,103
14,599
8,527
357,053
91,318
54,643
48,498
40,840
58,304
23,110
115,423
179,701
177,551
91,457
32,800
134,086
12,306
36,734
21,662
15,737
228,717
11,604
886,075
94,743
16,238
242, 506
48,349
37,006
268,725
30,109
26,968
19,354
54,872
313,467
9,193
12,346
83,346
76,127
21,447
81,345
6,879
20,161

36,723 .

Total
coUections

1,724,392
215,821
1,181,099
773,538
18,962,545
2,919,188
4,377,211
1,294,533
5,184,731
3,456,495
632,583
507,757
15,410,775
5,220,473
1,681,371
1,403,573
2,834,458
2,001,285
526,566
5,835,217
5,896,884
13,949,874
3,871,477
760,974
5,602,595
316,082
1,234,215
477,657
508,739
7,875,826
462,461
31,107,241
4, 743,152
263,849
12,235,132
1,946,235
1,689,682
12,439,788
927,260
1,214,932
267,189
2,349,423
10,403,296
576,406
247,638
3,321,400
2, 528,024
746,712
3, 705,737
183,670
837,316

Total




172,461
34,474
148,822
86,294
2,555,580
172,245
328,121
58,040
487,191
298,074
76,775
48,777
1,071,719
369,339
156,966
139,441
171,629
223,050
63,097
445,637
499,465
1,817,455
328,728
85,638
358,218
39,742
92,538
55,294
54,097
753,968
69,402
1,933, 604
283,031
28,469
938,344
145, 866
189,830
986,489
93,796
128,588
29,303
216,791
782,922
82,863
29,888
287,464
277,232
97,926
318,896
20, 737
92,660

351,007 .

—10,690 .

—10,690 .

94,172 .
Gasoline, lubricating oU,
and excess FICA
credits 8
Unclassified
Clearing account for excise
taxes—aviation fuel and
oU—Air Force and N a v y . . .

Refunds
oftaxes

94,172 .

665,256

586,964

31,708 .

-61
8 152,593,187 34,925,646 M6,847,036 5,489,969

686,984
1,413

—61
209,856,737 8 18,787,584

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53

TABLE 11.—Internal revenue collections and refunds by States, fiscal year 1972
—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Individual
incorae and
employraent
taxes

States, etc.

Refunds not identifiable by State:
North-Atlantic
Mid-Atlantic...
Southeast
Central..
Midwest.
Southwest .
Western

..

Corporation
income

Excise
taxes

Estate
and gift
taxes

Total
collections

Refunds
of taxes

598
696
630
1,238
310
775
459

.

. .

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 and not yet appUed to taxpayers' habihties
and the amounts of depositary receipts issued, less the amounts of depositary receipts received with returns
and distributed by State.
4 Net transactions in the clearing account on the central books of the Treasury for withheld income taxes
frora salaries of Federal employees.
6 Represents credits allowable on income tax returns for certain gasoUne and lubricating oil tax payments
and for excess social security pa3mients under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA).
6 Includes $38.4 biUion transferred to the Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, the Federal
disabihty insurance trust fund, the railroad retireraent accounts, the Federal hospital insurance trust fund,
and the uneraployment trust fund for benefit payments within the States.
^ Includes $5.7 bilhon gasoUne 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 canceUed checks and undeUvered refund checks not
obtainable by districts. Also inclusive of the reimbursement of $648 miUion to the general fund from the
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, the Federal disabiUty insurance trust fund, the highway
trustfund, and the Federal uneraployment Tax Act (42 U.S.C. 1101 (b)(3)), which is the estiraated aggregate
of refunds due on taxes coUected and transferred.
NOTE.—Receipts in the various States do not indicate the Federal tax burden of each since, in raany
instances, taxes are coUected in one State from residents of another State. For exaraple, withholding taxes
reported by eraployers located near State hnes raay include substantial araounts withheld frora salaries of
eraployees who reside in neighboring States. Likewise payraents 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.
CoUections in full detail 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."

TABLE 12.—Deposits of earnings hy the Federal Reserve hanks, fiscal years 1947-72 ^
1947-69
Boston..
$928,429,077.54
NewYork
4,586,647,959.01
Philadelphia.-.
993,941,494.43
Cleveland
1,461,237,579.69
Richmond
1,183,093,397.99
Atlanta
904,712,990.41
Chicago
3,031,189, 62L 80
St. Louis
655, 282,816.11
Minneapohs-—
365,330,966.32
KansasCity...
696,901,618.42
Dallas
682,320,646.12
SanFrancisco- 2,264,122,926.64

1970

1971

$162,919,883.84
826,779,619.71
170,361,653.04
256,665,959.16
237,639,068.06
168,028,374.20
644,165,89L 49
109,310,732.16
69,401,493.66
118,790,416.77
138,164,190.56
473,783,004.08

$172,432,865.18
918,887,623.82
181,616,304.78
273,641,042.63
260,034,664.50
170,380,347.90
688,029,815.85
120,915, 266.34
62,695,865.66
127,628, OIL 67
153,672,469.41
603,135,114.11

1972

Cumulative
through 1972

$161,222,876.06 $1,415,004,692.61
846,333,478.55 7,178,648,58L 09
173,478,483.10
1,519,396,935.35
254,119,874.08 2,245,564,455.56
236,960,927.12
1,916,728,037.66
152,939,134.82
1,396,060,847.33
543,545,610.72 4,706,930,839.86
113,988,672.01
999,497,476.62
64,610,302.95
532,038,618.69
116,812,133.80
1,060,032,980.56
144,977,928.63 1,119,125,12L 72
464,207,670.23 3,705,248,715.06

Total-.-- 17,743,210,783.48 3,265,900,276.72 3,532,969,16L 75 3,262,197,090.08

27,794,277,302.01

1 Through 1959, consists of approximately 90 percent of earnings of the Federal Reserve banks after payment of necessary expenses and statutory dividends, and after provisions for restoring the surplus of eacn
bank to 100 percent of subscribed capital where it fell below that amount. Beginning in I960, pursuant to a
decision by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, consists of aU net earnings after dividends and after provisions for building 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 exceed subscribed
capital. Beginning in 1965, the surplus is maintained at the level of the paid-in capital instead of subscribed
capital.




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97

TABLE 13.—Customs collections and payments hy regions and districts, fiscal year
1972
I. CUSTOMS COLLECTIONS

Regions and districts
Boston region:
District offices:
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo
Ogdensburg
Portland, Maine
Providence
St.Albans

Duties

-

Total Houston region

-

Total Los Angeles region




-

998,139,080
74,158,432
287,894,715

2,861,311

186,877,646

1,360,192,227

613,284
660,886
867,669
59,056

38,285,629
6,215,769
24,713,042
10,081,509

136,314,692
76,602,466
174,621,136
15,682,264

2,200,893

78,295,849

401,120,447

117,337
361,600
301,811
109,162
308,263
79,058

2,668,096
17,824,176
129,280
69,686
6,270,493
11,923,901
2,618,011

1, 267, 231

41,403,643

261,100,361

216,466
1,179,528

2,471,671
11, 243,776

12,410,898
112, 643,341

109,843,808

1,394, 984

13,715,447

124,954, 239

$169,678
158,141
550,079
302,882
119,452

$4,904,368
436,668
16,479,987
645,089
49,710

$22,772,269
13,639,458
102,934,634
39,664,636
4,635,729

159,840,782

-

164,934,966
30,689,996
1,352,694

$17,708,223
13,044,759
86,904,668
38,716,665
4,466,567

Total New Orleans regionHouston region:
District offices:
ElPaso
Galveston
Houston
Laredo
PortArthur

2,191,420
198,469
471,432

9, 723,771
100,120,037

Total Miami region
New Orleans region:
District oflices:
Mobile
New Orleans--^

369,340,940

49,840,773
41,259,486

-

97,170,037

320,623,705

-

1,750,600

218,429,487

-

$130,753,459
26,176,817
84,234.261
92,263,187
9,453,858
8,300,781
18,169,587

96,415,779
69,725,801
149,040,426
6,441,700

-

$27,988,874
9,112,364
9,560,251
42,666,705
274,813
2,113,243
6,463,797

1,170,453,370

Total Baltiraore region

$479,231
62,172
216,794
376,309
499,437
37,614
89,043

841,012,704
43,369,977
286,070,689

-

Total New York region

Los Angeles region:
District offices:
LosAngeles
Nogales
SanDiego

Total

270,420,403

-

Baltiraore region:
District offices:
Baltiraore
Norfolk
Philadelphia
Washington, D.C
Miarai region:
District offices:
Charleston
Miarru
SanJuan
St. Thoraas...
SavannahTarapa
Wilmington....

Internal
Revenue
Service

$102,286,354
17,011,291
74,467,206
49,210,173
8,679,608
6,150,024
12,616,747

Total Boston region
New York region:
District offices:
NewYork
Newark
J F K Airport

Miscellaneous
Customs
collections

1,290,232

22,616,712

183,646,726

329,370,698
21,395,936
30,799,707

1,045,550
86,282
687,631

38,065,664
6,191
468,361

368,481,912
21,488,409
31,855,699

381,566,341

1,719,463

38,540,216

421,826,020

.'...26,926,296
50,837,630
50,566,304

52,626, 206
69,436,261
431, 091
69,686
32,306,950
63,069,794
63,162,373

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 13.—Customs collections and payments hy regions and districts, fiscal year
1972—Continued
Regions and districts

Duties

San Francisco region:
District offices:
Anchorage
GreatFaUs
Honolulu
Portland, Oreg
San Francisco
Seattle

Total Chicago region.
Total aU regions

Internal
Revenue
Service

Total

$2,324,460
7,932,720
21,043,307
41,414,618
146,714, 223
107,071,736

$111,350
39,240
636,903
364,361
627,394
720,979

$104,370
5.194
3,005,667
1,360,464
33,519,137
22,020,779

$2,540,171
7,977,154
24,685,877
43,139,443
]180,860,753
]129,813,493

326, 501,053

2,600,227

60,015,611

389,016,891

173,039,962
65,945,732
133,717,751
13,425, 233
12,831,635
11,637,123
9,340,210
16,682,701
436,620,347

Total San Francisco nJgion
Chicago region:
District offices:
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
Duluth
Milwaukee
Minneapohs
Pembina
St. Louis

Miscellaneous
Customs
coUections

407,326
268,541
487,227
42,486
64,422
33,036
24,044
46,760
1,373,840

47,493,068
26,663, 267
169,162,045
18,830
3,873,327
3,667,112
61,668
8,316,455
248,155,772

:220,940,366
91,877,540
!293,367,023
13,486,549
16,769,384
16,237,270
9,426,922
25,046,916
(386,149,959

16,358,681

786,689,833

4,197,347,810

"= 3,394,299,296

I I . ExrENDITURES BY CUSTOMS

Payments
Region

CoUections
total

Excess
duty and Drawback
simUar
refunds

Total

CoUections
net

Expenses
(net obUgations)

Boston
$369,340,940 $5,846,510 $6,312,842 $11,959,352 $357,381,688 $18,970,264
NewYork
1,360,192,227 20,811,821 11,666,289 32,478,110 1,327,714,117 48,204,426
Balthnore
401,120,447 6,136,791 3,906,888 10,043,679
391,078,768 12,361,419
Miami
261,100,361 3,993,836 7,460, 749 11,454,585
249,645, 776 13,086,486
New Orleans.. . 124,954,239 1,911,079
447,426
2,358,505
122,595,734
6,255,291
Houston.
183,648,726 2,810,003 2,532,662
5,342,565
178,304,161 19,627,264
Los Angeles
421,826,020 6,454,431 1,020,167
7,474,598
414,351,422 19,068, 747
San Francisco.. 389,018,891 5,952,509 1,096,420
7,048,929
381,967.962 21,632,133
Chicago
688,149,959 10,506,929 8,728,091 19,233,020
668,918,939 19,934,632
Unassigned
13,794,626
Grand
totaL..- 4,197,347,810 64,223.909 43,189,434 107,393,343 4,089,954,467 192,825,277




Cost to
coUect
$100

$5.31
3.63
3.16
6.24
6.10

n.oi
4.60
6.64
2.99

4.71

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19172 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY
T A B L E 14.—Summary of customs collections and expenditures, fiscal years
1971 and 1972
[On basis of Bureau of Customs accounts]
SCHEDULE I.—COLLECTIONS BY CUSTOMS

1971

Collections:
Duties: .
Consumption entries
Warehouse withdrawals
Mail entries
Passenger baggage entries..
Crew member baggage entries..
Military baggage entries
Informal entries
Appraiseraent entries
Vessel repair entries
Otherduties
Total duties

1972

$2,403,533,260 $3,074,105,284
205,976,493
262,289,200
23,028,802
23,806,737
6,069,032
10,678,485
1,104,815
1,064,080
552,819
713,343
13,707,986
16,583,231
225,666
363,834
1,827,206
2,789,346
1,346,093
1,905,757
.

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

27.8
27.3
3.3
76.2
—3.7
29.0
20.9
61.2
52.6
4L5

2,657,362,160

3,394,299,296

27.7

6,045,387

7,886,775
1,348
82,275
7,856,484
165,020
313,781
16,728
37,270

30.4
293 0

78,980
7,182,147
150,822
374,973
25,431
23,382

—16 3
-34.2
59.4

13,881,466
800,090,278

18,358,681
786,689,833

17.8
—1 6

3,471,333,903

Miscellaneous:
Violations of Custoras laws
Marine inspection and navigation services
Testing, inspecting, and grading
Miscellaneous taxes.
Fees
Unclaimed funds
Recoveries
All other customs receipts

4,197,347,810

20.9

343

Total raiscellaneous
Internal revenue taxes
Total collections

4.1
9.4
9.4

SCHEDULE IL—SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF OPERATING FUNDS

1971

Somce of funds:
Appropriation realized—"Salaries and expenses. Bureau
of Customs"
Net transfers—nonexpenditme transactions
Relmbmsements frora:
Agricultme—quarantine program
Coraraerce—export control prograra
Transportation—ak security program
State—foreign customs assistance program
Reunbm-sable services—Acts of 1911 and 1936
AU other somces
i
Total funds provided

Total funds applied
Withdrawn appropriation balance
Refunds:
Excessive duties and sknUar refunds
Drawback payments
Total




Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

-

$148,000,000
—160,126

$189,000,000
-f 3,845,986

27.70
2,601.85

2,958,400
1,665,300
12,456,313
647,093
19,170,309
7,236,758

2,756,000
1,329,000
21,293,971
804,264
21,363,322
7,913,620

-15.10
70.95
24.29
11.44
9.35

191,847,047

,..

Application of funds by program:
Processing of arriving persons and cargo
Investigations—law enforcement
Internal audit
Executive du-ection

1972

248,305,163

29.41

139,969,664
34,899,698
1,630,999
16,614,850

161,711,342
62,068,260
2,314,018
22,200,844

15.63
78.84
4L88
43.09

191,816,099

248,248,464

29.44

68,948

20,709

-64.87

25,336,296
40,619,228
65,965,521

64,223,909
43,169,434
107,393,343

153.48
6.27
62.83

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 15.—Postal receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1926-72
P o s t a l revolving fund as r e p o r t e d t o t h e T r e a s u r y b y t h e
U . S . P o s t a l Service
Postal expenditures >
Year
Postal
revenues

Extraordinary
expenditures
as r e p o r t e d
u n d e r act of
J u n e 9,1930

Other

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

Advances
Surplus
from t h e
revenue
Treasury to
p a i d i n t o t h e cover p o s t a l
T r e a s u r y • deflciencies 3

$39,669,718

4$679,792,180
714,628,189
725,755,017
782,408,754
764,030,368

-$19,972,379
-31,606,201
-32,121,096
-86,461,176
-98,215,987

4 $39,508,490
27,263,191
32,080,202
94,699,744
91,714,461

48,047,308
53,304,423
81,691,287
66,623,130
69,537,252

754,482,265
740,418,111
838,314,969
664,143,871
627,068,001

-148,068,190
-205,550,611
-112,374,892
-44,033,835
-65,807,951

146,643,613
202,876,341
117,380,192
62,003,296
63,970,405

666,343,366
726,201,110
728,634,051
745,966,076
766,948,627

68,585,283
61, 587,336
42,799, 687
48,640,273
63,331,172

686,074,398
721,228,508
729,646,920
736,106,665
764,401,694

-88,316,324
-46,614,732
-43,811,656
-38,691,863
-40,784,239

86,038,862
41,898,946
44,258.861
41,237,263
40,870,336

1941
1942
1943
1944
1945

812,827,736
859,817,491
968,227,289
1,112,877,174
1,314,240,132

68,837,470
73,916,128
122,343,916
126,639, 850
116,198,782

778,108,078
800,040,400
830,191,463
942,346,968
1,028,902,402

-24,117,812
-14,139,037
13,691,909
43,891,556
189,138,948

30,064,048
18,308,869
14.820.875
6—28,999,995
649,769

1946
1947
1948
1949
1950

1,224,572,173
1,299,141,041
1,410,971,284
1,671,851,202
1,677,488,987

100,246,983
92,198,226
96,222,339
120,118,663
119,980,324

1,253,406,696
1,412,600, 531
1,691,683,098
2,029,203,486
2,102,988,768

-129,081,606
-206,857,715
-278,834,152
-677,470,926
-646,462,114

1951
1962
1953
1954 6
1955«

1,776,816,364
1,947,316,280
2,091,714,112
2,263,389,229
2,336,867,658

104,895,553
107,209,837
103,446,741
(7)
(0

2,236,503,513
2,659,660,634
2,638,680,870
2,675,386,760
2,692,966,898

-564,682,711
-719,644,090
-660,412,299
-311,997,631
-358,299,040

624,189,406
740,000,000
680,121,483
621,999,804
286,261,181

1966»
1957 6
1968»
1959 9
1960 9

2,419,211,749
2,647,689,818
2,583,459,773
3,061,110,753
3,334,343,038

(7)
(7)
(8)
(8)
(8)

2,882,291,083
3,066,126,065
3,257,452,203
3,834,997,671
3,821,969,408

-463,079,314
-617,636,447
-673,992,431
-773,886,918
-487,616,370

382,311,040
616,502,480
921,750,883
605,184,335
669,229,167

19619
1962 9
1963 9
1964 9
1986 9

3,482,961,182
3,609,260,097
3,869,713,783
4,393,618,717
4,682,663,155

(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)

4,347,945,979
4,343,436,402
4,640,048,660
4,971,215,682
6,467,206,453

-864,984,797
-734,176,305
-770,334,787
-677,698,966
-804,642,298

824,989,797
773,739,374
817,893,616
698,628,276
764,090,620

1988 «
1987 9
1988 9
1969 9
1970 9

6,038,686,873
6,326,427,981
6,714,395,043
6.352.788,003
6,570,127,626

(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)

6,928,882,804
6,467,813,482
6,793,911,210
7,273,101,703
8,080,161,078

-888,195,731
-1,141,185,601
-1,079,616,187
-920,333,700
-1,510,023,463

941,698,236
1,174,402,607
1.140.204.035
1,133,664,184
1,736,039,917

19719
19728

6,906,594,243
9,488,617,835

(8)
(8)

9,090,004,693
9,843,421,449

-2,183,410,461
-364,903,614

'2,576,825,999
1,284,282,864

1926
1927
1928
1929
1930

$659,819,801
683,121,989
693,633,921
696,947,678
706,484,098

1931
1932
1933
1934
1936

666,483,383
688,171,923
587,631,384
686,733,166
630,796,302

1936
1937
1938
1939
1940

$1,000,000
188,102,679
12,000,000

:...

180,672,098
241,787,174
310,213,451
624,297,282
592,614,046

1 F r o m 1927 t o d a t e i n c l u d e s salary d e d u c t i o n s p a i d t o a n d deposited for c r e d i t t o t h e r e t i r e m e n t f u n d .
> O n basis of w a r r a n t s - i s s u e d adjusted t o basis of daily T r e a s u r y s t a t e m e n t s t h r o u g h 1947.
« A d v a n c e s t o t h e P o s t m a s t e r G e n e r a l t o m e e t e s t i m a t e d deficiencies m postal r e v e n u e s , r e d u c e d b y r e p a y m e n t s from p r i o r y e a r a d v a n c e s . E x c l u d e s aUowances for offsets of e x t r a o r d h i a r y e x p e n d i t u r e s or t h e cost
of free m a i l i n g s . F i g u r e s are on basis of warrants-issued adjusted t o basis of daUy T r e a s u r y s t a t e r a e n t s
t h r o u g h 1963, a n d thereafter on basis of t h e c e n t r a l a c c o u n t s of t h e U . S . Q o v e r m n e n t m a i n t a h i e d b y t h e
D e p a r t m e n t of t h e T r e a s u r y ;
< E x c l u d e s $10,472,289 transferred t o t h e cIvU service r e t k e m e n t a n d d i s a b i l i t y f u n d on a c c o u n t of salary
deductions.
6 R e p a y m e n t of u n e x p e n d e d p o r t i o n of prior y e a r s ' a d v a n c e s .
9 T r a n s a c t i o n s for 1954-72 are o n t h e basis of cash receipts a n d e x p e n d i t m e s as r e p o r t e d b y t h e U . S .
P o s t a l Service. R e p o r t s of t h e P o s t m a s t e r General are on a modified accrual basis.
7 See letter of t h e P o s t m a s t e r General in exhibits in a n n u a l r e p o r t s prior t o 1958.
8 U n d e r t h e act of M a y 27,1958 (72 S t a t . 143), t h e P o s t m a s t e r G e n e r a l is n o longer r e q u i r e d t o certify t h e
e s t i m a t e d a m o u n t s of postage t h a t w o u l d h a v e b e e n coUected on c e r t a i n free or r e d u c e d - r a t e m a i l i n g s .
N O T E . — F o r figures from 1789-1925 see A n n u a l R e p o r t for 1946, p . 419.




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TABLE 16.;—Seigniorage on coin and silver bullion, January 1, 1935-June 30, 1972
Totalselgnlorage Potential seigniorage
on coin (sUver,
on silver bullion,
clad, and minor) and other metals
and on silver
at cost in TreasurbuUlon revalued er's account, end
of fiscal yeari

Fiscal year

Jan. 1,1935-June 30,1964, cumulative
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969...
1970
1971
1972.
Jan. 1,1935-June 30, 1972, cumulative

-

-

$2,408,931,105.43
116,998,868.41
648,804,128.79
836,734,039.36
383,141,339.00
250,170,276.34
274,217,884.01
399,662,811.18
606,497,061.61
5,925,146,302.12

2 $7,620,617.16
6,560,393.72
950,051,328.32
980,037,660.91
769,844,047.58
700,000,000.00
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

* Not curaulative, as coinage metals held by the Treasurer of the United States change, tho potential
seigniorage changes. Potential seigniorage also changes depending on the denoraination of the coins raanufactmed.
2 Represents potential seigniorage as of June 30,1964.
n.a. Not available.

Federal Debt
I.—Outstanding
TABLE 17.—Federal securities outstanding, fiscal years 1954-72
[Public debt securities on basis of daily Treasui-y statements; agency securities on basis of administrative
accounts and reports]
Fiscal year

1954
1955
1956
1967
1968
1959
1980
1961
1982
1963
1964..
1965
1968
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

•

PubUc debt
securities»
-

$271,259,699,108
274,374,222,803
272,760,813,649
270,527,171,896
278,343,217,746
284,705,907,078
286,330,760,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
306,859,632,996
311,712,899,267
317,273,898,984
319,907,087,795
326,220,937,795
347,578,406,426
353,720,253,841
370,918,706,960
398,129,744,456
427,260,460,940

Agency
securities ^
$963,466,000
1,559,271,536
1,753,850,700
2,893,571,382
3,967,532,514
5,040,084,860
6,769,552,937
6,477,251,272
7,927,366,819
8,123,100,192
8,631,287,094
9,335,416,039
13,376,757,266
18,455,326,671
24,399,459,289
14,249,052,696
12,609,702,665
12,162,732,155
10,893,562,236

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
306,128,179,640
313,982,733,188
320,344,186,351
328,809,315,023
333,283,845,061
344,676,264.466
371,977,865,715
367,969,306,537
383,428,409,605
410,292,476,610
438,164,023,176

> Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. For amounts subject to limitation, see
table 21.
i For content see table 24.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 18.—Federal securities held by the public, fiscal years 1954-^^2
[On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government"]

Fiscal year

1964
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960.
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972-.

...-

Federal
securities >

$272, 223,085,108
276, 933,494,339
274, 504, 864,349
273, 420, 743,258
280, 310.750,260
289, 745,991,938
293, 100,313,785
295, 448,189,882
308, 128,179, 540
313, 982, 733,188
320, 344,186,351
326, 609,315,023
333, 283,845,061
344, 676, 264,466
371, 977,865, 715
387, 969,306, 537
383, 428,409, 505
410, 292,476, 611
438, 154,023,176

Held by the public

Deduct
Investments of
Govermnent
accounts
$46,312,717, 525
47,750,891,975
50, 536,
857,948
326, 786
52, 931,
53,329,411,492
52,763,955,039
505,130
53, 685,
54,290,602, 525
54,917,698,638
56,345,474,329
59,209,859,460
352, 558
61, 640,
64,783,929,484
73,819,395, 745
79,139,566,850
296, 852
87, 881,
4 97,723,163,576
899,043
4 105,139,
439,170
4 113,669,

Special notes ^

$1,411,000,000
1, 567,000,000
1, 742,000,000
1,068,000,000
618,000,000
1,979,250,000
2,238,000,000
2,553, 652,200
2,837,304,400
3,175,956,600
3, 581,261,000
3,455,000,000
3,809,500,000
3,328,000,000
2,209,000,000
825,000,000
825,000,000
826,000,000
826,000,000

Total

$224,499,347,583
226,615,602,384
222,225,806,401
219,421, 416,472
228,363,338,768
235,002,786,899
237,176,808,655
238,603,935,167
248,373, 176, 602
254,461,302,269
257, 553,
065,891
261,613,962,465
264, 690,
415, 577
267, 628,
868,721
290,629,298,865
279,483,009,885
284.880,255,929
304,327,777,567
323,789,584,007

Per capita 8

$1,382.46
1,37L14
1,32L03
1,281.11
1,299.89
1,326.72
1,312.66
1,298. 48
1,330.65
1,343.39
1,340.58
1,344.42
1,344.24
1,343.60
1,444.82
1,375.30
1,391.01
1,469.83
p 1,560.35

V Preliminary.
1 For content see table 17.
2 Represents noninterest-bearing public debt securities issued to the International Monetary Fund and
International lending organizations.
3 Based on the Bureau of the Census estimated population. Through 1958 the estimated population is for
the conterminous United States, exclusive of Alaska, Hawaii, and the outlying areas, such as Puerto Rico,
Guam, and the Virgin Islands. Beginning with 1959 the estimates include Alaska and, with 1960, HawaU.
4 For content see table 20.

488-98.3—73


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1,9^7:2 REPORT

OF T H E

SECRETARY

OF T H E

TREASURY

T A B L E 19.—Principal of the publicdebt, fiscal years 1790-1972
[On basis of P u b l i c D e b t accounts from 1790 t h r o u g h 1915, a n d on basis of daUy T r e a s m y s t a t e m e n t s from
1916 t o d a t e , see " B a s e s of T a b l e s " a n d N o t e ]
Date

T o t a l gross
pubhc debt

Date

D e c e m b e r 31—
D e c e m b e r 31—
1812
1790
$76,463,477
1813
1791
77,227,925
1814
1792
80,368,834,
1815
1793
78,427,406
1794
80,747,687
1818
1795
83,782,172
1817
1796
82,084,479
1818
1797-..
79,228,629
1819
.'
1798
78,408,670
1820
1799
82,976,294
1821
• 1800
83,038,051
1822
•1801
:
80,712,632
1823
1802
:.-• 77,064,686
1824
1803...:
-... 86,427,121
1826
1804
:.. 82,312,161
1826
1806
76,723,271
1827
1806
69,218,399
• 1828
1829
1807
66,196,318
1830
1808
67,023,192
1809
63,173,218
1831
1810
48,006,688
1832
1811
45,209,738

June 30

1853
1854
1856
1866
1857
1858
1859
1880
1861
1882
1883
1884
1865
1866
1867
1888
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1876
1878
1877
1878
1879...
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885.
1888
1887..
1888.
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1898
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901

Interestbearing »

$69,642,412
42,044,517
35,418,001
31,805,180
28,603,377
44,743,256
58,333,166
64,883,266
90,423,292
366,356,045
707,834,255
1,360,026,914
2,217,709,407
2,322,116,330
2,238,954,794
2,191,326,130
2,151,496,065
2,035,881,096
1,920,696,760
1,800,794,100
1,698,483,950
1,724,930,750
1,708,676,300
1,696,685,450
1,697,888,500
1,780,735,650
1,887,716,110
1,709,993,100
1,625,567,760
1,449,810,400
1,324,229,160
1,212,663,850
1,182,150,960
1,132,014,100
1,007,892,350
936,522,500
815,853,990
711,313,110
610,629,120
585,029,330
586,037,100
635,041,890
718,202,060
847,363,890
847,385,130
847,387,470
1,048,048,760
1,023,478,860
987.141,040

Footnotes a t e n d of t a b l e .




, Matured debt
on which
Interest has
ceased
$182,249
199,248
170,498
168,901
197,998
170,168
165,225
160,575
159,125
230,520
171,970
366,629
2,129,425
4,435,865
1,739,108
1,248,334
6,112,034
3,669,684
1,948,902
7,928,547
51,929,460
3,216,340
11,425,570
3,902,170
16,848,810
5,594,070
37,015,380
7,621,205
6,723,616
16,260,656
7,831,165
19,855,956
4,100,745
9,704,195
6,114,915
2,495,845
1,911,235
1,815,666
1,614,706
2,785,875
2,094,080
1,851,240
1,721,590
1,838,890
1,346,880
1,262,680
1,218,300
1,176,320
1,415,620

T o t a l gross
public debt

Date

D e c e m b e r 31—
$56,962,828
1833
, 81,487,846
1834
99,833,660
1836
127,334,934
1836
1837
123,491,965
1838
103,466,634
1839
96,629,848
1840
91,016,666
1841
89,987,428
1842
!j 93,646,677
90,876,877 J u n e 30—
1843
90,269,778
1844.
> 83,788,433
81,064,060
1846
73,987,357
1846
67,476,044
1847
; 68,421,414
1848
: 48,665,407
1849
39,123,192
1860
24,322,236
1861
7,011,699
1852-

Debt bearing
no interest

$168,591,390
411,767,456
455,437,271
458,090,180
429,211,734
409,474,321
390,873,992
388,503,491
397,002,610
399,408,489
401,270,191
402,796,935
431,785,640
436,174,779
430,258,168
393,222,793
373,088,696
374,181,153
373,294,667
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
380,403,836
374,300,608
380,004,687
378,989,470
373,728,670
378,081,703
384,112,913
389,433,654
238,761,733
233,016,685

Total gross
public debt

$59,804,661
42,243,766
35,588,499
31,974,081
28,701,376
44,913,424
68,498,381
64,843,831
90,682,417
624,177,955
1,119,773,681
1,816,830,814
2,677,929,012
2,765,763,929
2,850,188,223
2,583,448,456
2,545,110,590
2,438,453,269
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
2,159,418,315
2,298,912,643
2,090,908,872
2,019,286,728
1,856,916,644
1,721,958,918
1,626,307,444
1,578,551,169
1,565,659,660
1,465,486,294
1,384,831,856
1,249,470 611
1,122,398,584
1,005,806,661
968,218,841
961,431,766
1,016,897,817
1,096,913,120
1,222,729,350
1,228,793,713
1,232,743,063
1,436,700,704
1,263,416,913
1,221,572,246

T o t a l gross
public d e b t

$4,760,082
37,733
37,613
336,968
3;308,124
10,434,221
3,673,344
6,260,876
13,694,481
20,201,226
32,742,922
23,461,663
16,925,303
15,660,203
38,826,636
47,044,862
63,061,869
63,462,774
68,304,798
68,199,342

Gross debt
per capita 2

$2.32
1.69
1.30
LIO
.93
L 59
L91
2.06
2.80
15.79
32.91
52.08
75.01
75.42
70.91
67.61
65.17
6L06
58.72
62.65
60.02
49.05
47.84
46.22
44.71
44.82
46.72
4L60
39.18
36.16
3L83
29.36
27.86
28.86
24.76
22.89
20.23
17.80
16.63
14.74
14.36
14.89
15.76
17.25
16.99
16.77
19.21
16.60
16.74

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 19.—Principal of the puhlic debt, fiscal years 1790-1972—Continued
June 30

1902
1903
1904
1906
1906.-..
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912....
1913
1914....
1916
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
-..
1932
1933
1934
1936
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940..1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1960
1961
1962
1953
1954
1965
1958
1957
1968
1959
I960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1986
1966
1967
—
1988
1969
1970
1971
1972

Interestbearing i

$931,070,340
914,641,410
896,167,440
895,158,340
895,169,140
894,834,280
897,503,990
913,317,490
913,317,490
915,363,190
963,776,770
965,706,610
.967,963,310
969,759,090
971,562,590
2,712,649,477
- . 12,197,607,642
25,236,947,172
24,062,600,285
23,738,900,085
22,710,338,105
22,007,043,612
20,981,242,042
20,210,906,915
19,383,770,860
18,252,664,666
17,317,694,182
16,638,941,379
15,921,892,350
16,519,588,640
19,161,273,540
22,167,643,120
26,480,487,870
27,645,241,089
32,988,790,135
35,800,109,418
36,576,925,880
39,885,989,732
42,376,495,928
48,387,399,639
71,968,418,098
135,380,306,795
199,543,355,301
256,366,616,818
268,110,872,218
256,113,412,039
250,063,348,379
260,761,636,723
255,209,353,372
.- 262,861,766,497
256,882,861,128
263,946,017,740
288,909,766,654
271,741,267,507
289,883,068.041
268,485,662,677
274,697,660,009
281,833,362,429
283,241,182,756
286,871,608,619
. - - . 294,442,000,790
301,953,730,701
307,366,661,535
313,112,816,994
316,431,064,919
322,285,962,388
344,400,607,282
351,729,445,327
369,025,522,033
396.289,177,045
— . 425,359,898,227

Matured debt
onwhich
Debt bearing
Interest has
no interest
ceased

Total gross
public debt3

$1,280,860
$246,680,157
$1,178,031,367
1,205,090
243,659,413
1,159,406,913
1,970,920
239,130,666
1,138,269,016
1,370,246
236,828,610
1,132,367,095
1,128,136
246,235,696
1,142,622,970
1,088,815
261,257,098
1,147,178,193
4,130,015
276,066,398
1,177,690,403
2,883,856
232,114,027
1,148,316,372
2,124,896
231,497,684
1,146,939,969
1,879,830
236,761,917
1,163,984,937
1,760,450
228,301,285
1,193,838,506
1,659,650
226,681,685
1,193,047,745
1,662,660
218,729,630
1,188,236,400
1,607,260
219,997,718
1,191,264,068
1,473,100
252,109,877
1,225,145,568
14,232,230
248,836,878
2,976,618,586
20,242,650
237,475,173
12,465,226,366
11,176,250
236,382,738
25,484,506,160
6,746,237
230,075,945
24,299,321,467
10,688,160
227,862,808
23,977,450,663
25,250,880
227,792,723
22,963,381,708
98,738,910
243,924,844
22,349,707,365
30,278,200
239,292,747
21,250,812,989
30,268,980 . 276,027,993
20,616,193,888
13,369,900
246,085,656
19,643,216,315
14,718,686
244,523,681
18,511,908,932
45,335,060
241,263,959
17,604,293,201
50,749,199
241,397,905
16,931,088,484
31,716,870
231,700,611
16,185,309,831
51,819,095
229,873,766
16,801,281,492
60,079,386
265,649,619
19,487,002,444
65,911,170
316,118,270
22,538,672,560
54,266,830
518,386,714
27,053,141,414
230,662,155
824,989,381
28,700,892,625
169,363,396
620,389,964
33,778,543,494
118,529,816
606,974,499
36,424,613,732
141,362,460
447,451,975
37,164,740,315
142,283,140
411,279,539 • 40,439,532,411
204,591,190
388,443,919
42,967,631,038
204,999,860
369,044,137
48,961,443,636
98,299,730
355,727,288
72,422,446,116
140,500,090 1,175,284,445 136,696,090,330
200,851,160 1,269,180,760 201,003,387,221
268,667,135 2,056,904,467 258,682,187,410
376,408,860
934,820,096 289,422,099,173
230,913,636 2,942,067,634 258,286,383,109
279,751,730 1,949,146,403 252,292,246,613
244,767,458 1,763,966,680 252,770,359,860
264,770,705 1,883,228,274 267,367,352,351
612,046,600 1,858,184,718 266,221,976,815
418,692,165 1,823,626,492 259,105,178,785
298,420,570 1,826,623,328 286,071,061,639
437,184,656 1,912,647,799 271,269,699,108
688,601,480 2,044,363,816 274,374,222,803
668,061,697 2,201,693,911 272,760,813,649
629,241,685 1,612,367,635 270,627,171,896
597,324,889 1,048,332,847 276,343,217,746
476,465,003 2,396,089,847 284,705,907,078
444,608,630 2,644,969,483 286,330,780,848
349,356,209 2,949,974,782 288,970,938,610
437,627,514 3,321,194,417 298,200,822,721
310,415,640 3,696,486,765 305,869,632,996
295,293,166 4,061,044,557 311,712,899,257
292,259,861 3,868,822,129 317,273,898,984
307,873,987 4,168,358,890 319,907,087,795
284,262,674 3,660,722,733 326,220,937,795
253,982,180 2,923,918,983 347,578,408,426
460,746,130 1,530,062,384 353,720,263,841
366,990,460 1,627,194,456 370,918,706,950
321,508,840 1,519,058,570 398,129,744,456
379,877,330 1,520,686,383 427,260,460,940

Grossdebt
per capita 2

$14.88
14.38
13.83
13.61
13.-37
13.19
13.28
12.69
12.41
12.29
-• 12.62
12.'27
U. 99
11.85
12.02
28.77
119.13
242.66
228.23
220.91
208.66
199.64
186.23
177.12
167.32
166.61
146.09
139.04
13L61
136.45
166.10
179.48
214.07
226.55
263.79
282.76
288.27
308.98
326.23
387.09
637.13
999.83
1,452.44
1,848.60
1,906.42
1,792.06
1,720.71
1,694.75
1,696.67
1,664.20
1,650.84
1,667.48
1,670.41
1,680.11
1,62L38
1,679.60
1,586.89
1,606.11
1.684.70
1,672.58
1,697.60
1,614.74
1,622.49
1,630.46
1,624.66
1,638.36
1,727.94
1,740.64
1,81L12
1,922.78
P 2,046.90

V PreUminary.
1 Exclusive of bonds issued to the Paciflc raUroads (acts of 1862,1884, and 1878), since statutory provision
was made to secure the Treasury against both principal and interest, and the Navy pension fund, which
was not a debt as principal and interest were the property of the United States. The Statement ofthe Public
Debt Included the raUroad bonds from issuance and the Navy fund from Sept. 1,1886, through June 30,
1890.
2 Based on the Bureau of the Census estimated population. Through 1958 the estimated population is for
the conterminous United States. Beginning with 1969 the estimates include Alaska, and with 1960, Hawaii.
«Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. Public debt includes debt Incurred to
finance expenditures of whoUy owned Govemment corporations and other business-type activities In
exchange for which securities of the corporations and activities were Issued tothe Treasury (see table 108).
NOTE.—From 1790-1842, the flscal year ended Dec. 31. Detailed flgures 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.




62

19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
. :

T A B L E 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts i n Federal securities,
J u n e 30, 1970-72
[Amounts represent public debt securities unless stated otherwise. Par value. In thousands of dollars. On
basis of "Monthly Stateraent of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government," see "Bases
of Tables"]
Agency
Legislative branch:
Library of Congress:
Library of Congress trust fund, investment account
-..
United States Tax Comt:
Taxcom't judges sm-vivors annuity fundThejudiciary:
Judicial smvivors annuity fund
Funds appropriated to the President:
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Agriculture Department:
Farmers Home Adininistration, State rural rehabilita,tion
funds
Comraodity Credit Corporation:
Agency securities:
Defense family housing mortgages
>
.
Consumer and Marketing Service:
Milk market orders assessraent fund.
Rural Electrification Adrainistration:
Rmal Telephone Bank
Coinmerce Departnient:
Federal ship raortgage insurance fund, revolving fund
War risk insmance revolving fund
Gifts and bequests
Defense Department:
Array Departraent:
Bequestof Maj. Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth
General gift fund
Navy Departraent:
Oflice of Naval Records and History fund
U.S. Naval Academy museum fund
U.S. Naval Academy general gift fund
Navy general gift fund
...-Air Force Department:
General gift fund
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Federal old-age and smvivors insurance trust fund
Agency securities
Federal disabUity insmance trust fund
Agency secmities
:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
_
Agency secmities
.
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust f u n d —
Oflace of Education:
Student loan insurance fund
Public Health Service unconditional gift fund
PublicHealth Service conditional gift fund..
St. Elizabeths Hospital unconditional gift fund..
Patients'benefit fund, Public Health Service hospitals
Housing and Urban Development Departnient:
New coraraunities guarantee fund
Federal Housing Administration:
Revolving fund
Agency securities
Com.munity disposal operations fund
Agency secmities..
Rental housing assistance fund
,
Government National Mortgage Association:
Participation sales fund
Agency secmities
Guarantees of mortgage-backed secmities fund
Management and liquidating functions:
Agency securities:
Defense family housing
raortgages
Special assistance functions:
Agency secmities
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund
Footnotes at end of table.




1970

1971

1972

41

31

11

204

252

301

6,511

6,339

7,234

30, 750

65,960

95,210

920

605

30

70,954

65,216

59,215

3,730

1,651

1,068

14,385
4,646
34

23,190
4,888
140

33,215
5,146
166

11
174

11
346

11
267

274
8
260
67

274
10
309
68

274
28
309
69

618

6

6

6

29,461,403
640,000
4,749,855
65,000
2,583,322
70,000
13,417

30,770,231
605,000
6,027,756
50,000
2,979,856
50,000
267,427

32,647,577
555,000
7,011,654

900
95
30
45
4

100
30
46
4

100
30
46
4

2,225

4,827

989,809
77,193
78
388

982,857
212,676
112
388
471

1,098,371
i 206,027
154
2333
2,743

673,297
29,600

895,143
5,000
645

599,950
98,475
3,421

2,833,958
50,000
478,075

55,037

52,708

50,352

109,795

106,065

397,371

60,000

74,306

75,160

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

63

TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1970-72—Continned
[In thousands of dollars]
Agency
Interior Department:
Indian tribal funds
Agency securities
Preservation of birthplace of Abraham Lincoln
Bequest of George C. Edgeter, relief of indigent American
Indians
Funds contributed for the advancement of the Indian Race,
Bureau of Indian Aflairs
Labor Department:
Uneraployraent trust fund....
Agency secm'ities
Relief and rehabilitation. Workmen's Corapensation Act within the District of Columbia
.:
State Departnient:
Foreign service retkeraent and disabihty fund.
Conditional gift fund
Transportation Department:
Highway trust fundCoast Guard general gift fund
Coast Guard cadet fmid
Treasm'y Department:
Exchange Stabilization Fund
Pershing Hall Meraorial fmidOflace of the ComptroUer of the Cm-rency
Esther CatteU Schmitt gift fund
.-..
General Services Administration:
National Archives gift fund
National Archives trust fund
United States Postal Service
Agency secm-ities..
Veterans Adniinistration:
Servicemen's gi-oup Ufe insmance fund..
Veterans reopened insmance fund
Veterans special life insm-ance fund
National service life insmance fund
Agency secmities
Government life insurance fund
General post fund, national homes..
Civil Service Commission:
CivU service retkement and disability fund..
Agency securities
Employees health benefits fund
Employees life hisurance fund
Retired employees health benefits fund
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board:
Emergency loan guarantee fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savhigs and Loan Insmance Corporation
Agency secm-ities..
National (Credit Union Administration:
National credit union share insurance fund...
Railroad Retkement Board:
Raikoad retkement holding account
Raikoad retkement account
Agency secmities...
..Raikoad retirement supplemental accomit.
SmaU Business Administration:
Lease and smety bond guarantees revolving fund.
Tennessee Valley Authority
Total.




1970

1971

1972

200,290
1,000
64

26,446
1,000
64

761

31

31

31

84

20

20

20

12,787,888
200,000

11,140,905
100,000

9,812,535

91

82

• 73

51,024
30

52,461
130

58,569
130

2,601,737
10
24

3,634,868
10
26

4,458,381
10
22

12,400
211
21,246
414

1,390,182
211
23,376
414

2,586,637
211
27,446
414

1,374
652

1,232
452

705
452
1,265,811
104,410

156,422
266,872
5,915,145
405,000
796,743
1,430

188,999
293,030
8,087,890
335,000
758,218
1,430

11,361
220,206
321,028
6,155,084
310,000
716,600
1,429

21,517,490
510,000
93,199
799,753
20,914

24,252,436
475,000
145,949
972,274
28,120

27,293,189
375,000
206,153
1,091,126
31,081

4,480,946

4,660,668

1,085
5,098,506

2,288,853
159,550

2,500,742
143,550

2,648,384
143.550

6,273

16,185

1,923
4,524,438
160,000
17,671

3,401
4,619,845
50,000
21,609

3,134
4,509,325
50,000
22,318

1,170
16,000

2,120

3.270

97,723,154

105,139,699

113,559,439

64

19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 20.—Investment holdings of Government accounts in Federal securities,
June 30, 1970-72—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Agency

1970

1971

1972

MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned Government-spon- .
sored enterprises:
Included In the loan account:
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (acquked
securities)
Milk market orders assessment fund
Total
Not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
ClvU service retkement and disabUity fund
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Federal disabUity insmance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Railroad retirement account.
_
Unemplojmient trust fund
Total..

12,830
173

173.

13,003

173 .

20,000
20,000
:;0,000
4,000
20,000
20,000

.
.
.
.
.
.

104,000

1 Represents defense famUy housing mortgages. Federal Housing Adrainistration debentures, and participation certificates amountmg to $6,534,190, $60,387,400, and $139,105,000 respectively.
2 Represents Federal Housing Administration debentures.
8 Represents defense faraily housing raortgages and Federal Housing Adrainistration debentures aniount,
Ing to $98,975,134 and $396,300, respectively.




65

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 21.—Debt subject to statutory limitation, outstanding June 30, 1940-72
(On basis of daily Treasury statements]
Public debt
subject to
limitation»

June 30

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944'..
1946
1948
1947
1948
1949
1950.
1951
1952
1953.
1954
1955
19.S6
1957
1958.
1959
I960..
1961..
1962.
1963.
1964
1965
1966
1967.
1988
1969
1970
1971
1972

..-

Debt of U.S. Government agencies and
District of Columbia subject to limitation 2
Interestbearing

$37,690,052,720 $5,497,558,556
43,123,336,151 6,359,619,106
69,588,197,977 4,648,529,266
136,369,140,696 4,091,686,821
206,454,185,760 1,516,638,626
268,237,805,078
409,091,867
268,455,970,443
488,871,984
257,401,896,875
83,212,285
251,468,110,687
68,768,043
252,000,437,177
23,862,383
256,632,630,395
.17,077,809
254,537,402,601
27,384,069
258,461,032,792
44,092,646
265,469,863,620
50,881,886
270,708,863,230
80,415,386
273,870,706,735
43,257,786
272,287,327,974
73,100,900
270,081,184,136
106,434,160
275,912,219,021
100,565,260
284,287,464,940
110,429,100
285,925,122,649
139,305,000
288,621,647,080
239,694,000
297,767,648,338
443,888,600
305,491,889,669
605,489,600
311,351,181,709
812,272,200
316,990,533,998
588,900,600
319,640,673,877
480,474,100
325,958,925,138
611,788,700
348,924,571,182 3,818,220,100
353,084,483,788 3,847,040,000
370,287,837,088 3,136,645,950
397,602,982,770 1,971,312,250
426,637,528,424 1,938,561,760

Matured

Total

Debt subject
to limitation 3

$31,614,100 $6,629, 070,655 $43,219,123,375
10,633,476 6,370, 262,580 49,493,688,731
19,730,375 4,688, 259.630 74,154,457,807
8,256,425 4,099, 943,046 140,469,083,742
107,430,675 1,623, 069,301 208,077,266,051
24,068,525
433, 158,392 268,670,763,468
476, 384,859 268,932,365,302
9,712,875
6,307,900
89, 520,185 267,491,416,060
4,692,775
73, 460,818 251,641,671,385
27, 276.408 252,027, 712,585
3,413,026
2,425,226
19, 603.034 266,662,133,429
1,863,100
29, 227,169 254,566,629,670
1,472,700
46, 566,346 258.608.698.138
1,191,075
52, 072,761 265,621,736,381
'
1,026,000
81. 441,386 270,790,304.618
886,176
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
656,360
101, 220,600 278,013,439,621
590,050
111, 019,160 284,398,474,090
536,775
139, 841,776 286,064,964,324
621,450
240, 216,450 288,861,862,630
530,426
444, 218,926 298,211,767,263
1,120,776
606, 610,375 306,098,600,044
991,925 312,164,173,634
719,725
* 812,
1,425,650
590, 326,060 317,680,860,048
1,073,175
461, 647,275 320,102,220,952
407,375
612, 196,076 326,471,121,213
365,800 3,818, 686,900 360,743,167,082
352,150 3,847, 392,150 368,931,623,789
343,825 3,136, 989,675 373,424,826,683
304,526 1,971, 618,775 399,474,699,545
291,100 1,938, 852,850 428,576,381,274

> Includes debt Incurred to finance expenditures of Govemment corporations and other agencies in exchange for which securities of the corporations and activities were Issued to the Treasury (see table 108).
2 Held outside the Treasury.
8 A suimmary of legislation on debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended, from
Sept. 24.1917, through June 30,1967, is shown in table 32. Securities held outside the Treasury are included
In the limitation beginning Apr. 3, 1945. In computing statutory debt limitation, savmgs bonds are
carried at maturity value from their origin In 1935 until June 28,1946; from that date they are carried at
current redemption value.




TABLE 22.—Puhlic debt outstanding by classification, June 30, 1962-72

a:)

[ I n miUions of dollars. 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 " ]
Class

1962

Interest-bearing:
P u b U c issues:
Marketable:
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly
Tax anticipation
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
Panama Canal bonds
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 :
F o r e i g n c u r r e n c y series
Foreignseries
T r e a s u r y certificates
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds:
F o r e i g n c u r r e n c y series
Foreignseries
I n v e s t m e n t series
R E A series
4% Treasury bonds
Treasury bonds
Treasury notes:
Foreign currency series
Foreignseries
U . S . savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds
U . S . savings b o n d s
T o t a l n o n m a r k e t a b l e issues
T o t a l p u b l i c issues
Special issues:
Civil service r e t k e m e n t fund:
Certificates
Notes
Bonds
E m p l o y e e s ' h e a l t h benefit fund
E m p l o y e e s ' life i n s u r a n c e fund
 E x c h a n g e Stabilization F u n d certificates
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1963

1964

1966

1970

1969

1967

1971

Pi
32,225
1,802
8,009
13,547
65,464
75,025
_

37,729

39,730

43,659

42,922

45.827

49,432

68,358

74,396
1,758

86,677

94,848

9.501
22,169
62,145
81,964

11,010

10,005
62,649
102,481

12,708
5.610
49,108
97.418

16,008

67,284
88,461

12,008
1,652
60,649
101,897

71.073
91,079

78,946
78,805

93,489
62,956

104,807
53,989

113,419
49,135

196.072

203,508

206.489

208,695

209,127

210.672

226,692

226,107

232,599

245,473

257,202

hj
O

o
ffi

138

2 25
465
103

8 30 .
240
18
103

"604
' 4,727
25

12 802

3,921
27

3,546
25
20

778
95
" 1.137
204
3,256
26
9

4 368
305
93
44

8 431
275
48
45

9 217
893
30
30

7 390
287
28

8 150
961
"786
25

"589 .
174
2.692
23
4 .

144
2.589

114
2,516

84
2.459
21

64
2,387
15
75

175

15 460
205
1
21
51,213

181,523
994
203
27
51,712

171,978
1,332
505
33
51.711

18 1,216
2,374
742
39
51,281

9 899
2,126
10 2,465
23
24..
2,347

166
6,225
446
22

Ul

o
S3

2,310
10

E

250

250

o

19 765
5,457
619
47
53,003

1,906
10,688
661
65
55,921

• ^

183
._
47,607

(*)

48,314

152

150

5
49.299

11
60,043

16
60, 537

53,431

53,646

54.240

65,768

65,183

55.459

58,282

68,833

60,103

68,032

78,560

249,503

257,163

280,729

264,463

264,311

286.131

284,874

284.940

292.702

313,505

335,762

210
1,236
9,899

80
1.056
11.263

73
986
12.432

70
1.002
13,465

4.101
11,426

5,457
10,169

8,192
9,115

11,033
7,847

15,083
6,509

60

60

108

292

232

56
1,242

19,092
6,540
74
25
1,424

41 .
2,628
12,480
560

82 .

ffi

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation notes
600
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Certificates
1
Notes..
336
Bonds....
1,987
Federal home loan banks:
Certificates
74
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Certificates
Notes
Federal Housing Adininistration notes:
Apartment unit insurance fund
1
Ai-med services housing mortgage insurance fund
10
Experimental housing insurance fund
l
Housing insurance fund
4
Housing investment insm-ance fund
(*)
Mutual mortgage insurance fund
15
National defense housing insmance fund
(*)
Rental housing assistance fund
Section 203 home improvement account
I
Section 220 home improvement account,.
. 1
Section 220 housing insm-ance fund
1
Section 221 housing insurance fund
Serviceraen's mortgage insurance fund
2
Title I housing insurance fund
1
Title I insurance fund
23
War housing insurance fund
10
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Certificates....
1.080
Notes
257
Bonds...
13,737
Federal Savings a n d Loan Insurance Corporation:
Certificates.
Notes.
182
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Certificates
Notes
•
Foreign service retirement fund:
Certificates
37
Notes.
Bonds.
Governinent life insurance fund:
Certificates...
7
Notes
142"
Bonds.
879
H i g h w a y trust fund certificates
436
National service life insurance fund:
Certificates
1
Notes
782
Bonds
5,021
Postal Service fund certificates
20 .
Railroad retireraent account:
Certificates.
Notes
.""""""'.l"r."^II"y.-"III""""'-"'""-"'"3,"3i6
Bonds
Railroad retirement holding account certiacates
Footnotes at end of table.




260

270

312

57

85

174

120

74

156

274

6
84
2,076

_.

1
1,901

1,563

158
992

384
992

900
992

2,051
992

3,443
992

4,723
990

5,782
915

372

82

100

924

52

152

• 62

199

44

62

16 ..
1,259
1,176

1,890

2,583

2,980

2,834

52
733

l
(*)
(*)
l

1
14

l
2
(*)

1
10

1

2

(*)

10

1
2

(*)
(*)

3
4

.

96
(*)

1
1
1

14,221

598
14,201

141
1,032
14,088

2,820
11,584

940
5,316
11,584

98

332

287

223

3

2

10
1
11
6

14
8

1

2

l

9
8

1

2

(*)
l

14

(*)

38

39

40

42

10,402
11,584

15,139
10,800

17,528
9,720

20,631
8,495

36

73

80

89

139

32
447

-

7,638
11,584

281

358

13

257

478

42

42

47

51

52

.
74
929
678

1
955
609

933
265

78
860
238

395
5,319

8
5,776

8
28
5,873

14 .
613
5,486

2,'786'

119
688
2,164

208
460
2,465

218
593
2,465

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^
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3
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£
HH
^
j^J
M
I-H
M

.

24

78
736
722

142
734
978

175
667
1,513

205
592
2,602

239
519
3,635

271
446
4,456

606
6,138

918
4,937

1,203
4,551

1,752
4,164

2,298
3,770

2,779
3,376

67
976 """i,'220
2,280
2,063
4
5

i,"553
1,874
2

2,'387
1,344
2

3,'207
620.
3

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1962

Class
Interest-bearing—Continued
Special i s s u e s — C o n t i n u e d
R a U r o a d r e t k e m e n t s u p p l e m e n t a r y a c c o u n t certiflcates
Serviceraen's g r o u p life h i s u r a n c e fund certificates . .
.
U n e m p l o y m e n t t r u s t f u n d certificates . .
V e t e r a n s ' special t e r m i n s u r a n c e fund certificates
Veterans'reopened insurance f u n d . .
. . .




1966

i

1969

1968

1967

1970

1971

15

6

18

7,786
189
53

8,807
214
87

9,967
243
122

10, 520
267
166

22

.
4,657
88

1972

0

4,803
101

4,931
123

6,799
149
3

7,076
170
19

8,514
293
189

22
11
7.186
321
220

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....

44,801

46,627

48,650

61,120

66,155

59,526

86,790

76,323

82,784

89,598

W
Q

294,442

D e b t bearing no I n t e r e s t :
Special n o t e s 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 r n 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 i n 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 . ChUdren'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 t a x a n d loss b o n d s
U . S . savings s t a r a p s 20
Excess profits tax refund b o n d s . .
U . S . notes Gess gold r e s e r v e t h r o u g h 19'67)'2i
D e p o s i t s for r e t i r e r a 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
Other debt bearing no interest
T o t a l d e b t bearing n o interest

1966

0

T o t a l Interest-bearing d e b t

T o t a l gross p u b l i c d e b t 23

1964

11

T o t a l special issues

Matured debt on which interest has ceased..

1963

301,954

307.367

313,113

316,431

322,286

344,400

351,729

369,026

396,289

425,360

438

310

296

292

308

284

264

461

368

322

380

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2,687
115
56

2,922
129
126

3,289
142
160

3.167
138
160

3,328

2,209

826

825

825

825

8 .
56
2

75
2 .

3,614
64 .
132 .
38

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15"
58
1
323

49
1
323

27
47
1
323

74
228

73
226

53
1
191

54
1
191

54
1
191

66
1
167

68
i
166

67
1
168

69
1
323

9"
62
1
323

139
22 101

118
69

110
68

91
23

88
11

82
11

80
249

78
234

76
231

3,695

4,061

3,869

4,168

3,661

2,924

1,630

1,527

1,519

1,521

347,578

353,720

370,919

398,130

427,260

3,321
298,201

305,860

311,713

317,274

319,907

326,221

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1 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 48,600,000,000
Italian lire.
2 Dollar equivalent of certiflcates issued and payable in the amount of 110,000,000
Swiss francs.
3 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable In the amount of 130,000,000
Swiss francs.
4 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 800,000,000
Deutsche marks and 727,000,000 Swiss francs.
6 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable In the amount of 800,000,000
Deutsche marks, 885,000,000 Swiss francs, and 650,000,000 Austrian schiUings.
6 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 440,000,000
Swiss francs.
7 DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 1,686,000,000
Swiss francs.
8 Dollar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 646,000,000
Swiss francs.
» DoUar equivalent of certificates issued and payable in the amount of 3,682,000,000
Swiss francs.
1 Includes $2,008,488,000 EmodoUar series.
0
11 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds issued and payable In the amount of
124,060,000,000 Italian lire, 847,000,000 Swiss francs, 800,000,000 Deutsche marks, 650,000,000 Austrian schiUings, and 1,500,000.000 Belgian francs.
1 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds issued and payable In the amount of 1,057,000,2
000 Swiss francs, 1,900,000,000 Deutsche marks, 1,300,000,000 Austrian schiUings, and
1,500,000,000 Belgian francs.
1 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds issued and payable in the amount of 1,412,000,3
000 Swiss francs, 2,700,000,000 Deutsche marks, 2,600,000,000 Austrian schUlhags, and
1,600,000.000 Belgian francs.
14 DoUar equivalent of Treasury bonds Issued and payable In the amount of 686,000,000




Swiss francs, 800,000,000 Deutsche marks, 1,950,000,000 Austrian schillings, 1,600,000,000
Belgian francs, and 78,000,000,000 Italian Ike.
15 DoUar equivalent of Treasury notes Issued and payable in the amount of 687,000,000
Swiss francs, 800,000,000 Deutsche marks, 860,000,000 Austrian schUlkigs, and 78,000,000,000 ItaUan Ike.
w DoUar equivalent of Treasury notes Issued and payable in the amount of 1,217,000,000 Swiss francs, 700,000,000 Deutsche marks, 650,000,000 Austrian schiUings, 3,000,000,000 Belgian francs, and 78,000,000,000 Italian Ike.
1 DoUar equivalent of Treasury notes issued and payable in the amount of 1,627,7
000,000 Swiss francs, 6,300,000,000 Deutsche marks, 1,300,000,000 Austrian schUlings,
and 140,600,000,000 Italian Ure.
1 DoUar equivalent of Treasury notes issued and payable in the amount of 2,331,000,*
8
000 Swiss francs, and 2,500,000,000 Deutsche marks.
1 DoUar equivalent of Treasmy notes issued and payable in the amount of 389,000,000
9
Swiss francs, and 2,500,000,000 Deutsche marks.
20 On Oct. 1,1942, they replaced postal savings stamps which had been Postal Savings
System's obligations.
21 Gold reserves requkements eliminated pursuant to Public Law 90-269, approved
Mar. 18,1988.
22 Includes $96,856,198 of old series currency which by authority of the Old Series
Currency Adjustment Act, approved June 30,1981 (31 U.S.C. 912-918), was transferred
to debt bearing no interest.
23 Includes certain securities not subject to statutory limitation. Includes public
debt incurred to finance expenditures of whoUy owned Govemment corporations and
other business-type activities in exchange for which securities of the corporations and
activities were issued to the Treasury; see table 108.
NOTE.—For comparable data for 1931-43, see the 1943 Aimual Report, page 664;
for 1944-54, see 1964 Annual Report, page 472; and for 1956-58, see 1965 Annual
Report, page 557. Composition of the pubhc debt 1916-45, is shown in the 1947
Annual Report, p. 361. For reconcihation with pubhc debt accounts for 1972, see
table 26.

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Issuing agency

— _ — _

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_ _ _

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1962

_—_

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1963

1964

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1968

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District of Columbia Armory Board stadium bonds
Federal Housing Administration debentures:
Mutual mortgage insurance fund
Cooperative management housing insmance fund...
General insurance fund:
General insurance
.-A r m e d services housing mortgage insurance fund
Housing insmance f u n d . National defense housing insurance fund
Section 203 home i m p r o v e m e n t account
Section 220 housing insurance fund
Section 221 housing insurance fund
Servicemen's mortgage insurance fund
Title I housing insurance fund
—War housing insurance fund
Total unmatured debt:




1

19,800
—.

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

19,800

O
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194,716

328,062

499,018

333,523
—

133,402
1,636

73,658
7,524

43,643
15,498

26,154
15,523

14,763
15,641

10,405
16,243

8,906
16,123

47,277
35,299
92,551

142,428
1,714
57,583
46,400
(*)
19,672
12,284
19,858
319
5,381

369,715
291
43,552
27,272

424,615
288
40,570
24,228

388,770
286
34,165
21,048

371,374
264
29,803
17,848

27,547
55,836
31,111
254
3,720

2,578
76,723
71,965
8
23,614
31,566
22,886
373
6,970

279,009
1,695
49,173
29,090

68
23,353
12,609
633
17,385

16,001
63,445
98,124
2
9,380
36,558
22,748
523
10,869

_
5,691
89,942
79,354

19,672
12,191
15,416
223
4,339

19,672
12,118
12,709
163
3,788

19,672
11,635
11,110
155
2,938

19,672
11,688
9,884
162
908

19,672
11,506
8,638
151
608

351,110
41
25,926
12,788
"19,672
11,494
6,956
140
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443,688

605,490

812,272

588,900

460,474

611,789

568,220

598,688

538,646

606,312

473,562

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Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Federal Housing Adininistration
Home Owners'Loan Corporation
Total matmed debt 2
Total 2

-

_
_

_

170
57
303

181
669
291

133
1,025

268

124
682
266

120
35
252

109
7
249

107
8
237

106
7
232

85
5
. 214

84
8
199

530

1,121

720

1,426

1,073

407

368

352

344

305

291

444,219

606,610

812,992

590,326

461,547

512,196

568,586

597,040

536,990

506,617

473,853

* Less than.$500.
1 Funds are on deposit with the Treasmer of the United States for payment of these
securities




144
299
276

2 Consists of pruicipal only.
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TABLE 24.—Interest-hearing securities issued hy Federal agencies, fiscal years 1954-72
[In thousands of doUars. On basis of "Monthly Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government"]
Defense
Departnient

Fiscal year or month

1954
1955
1958
1957
1958
1959
1960
1981
1962....
1963
1964
1985
1966
1967
1988
1969
1970
1971.
1972....
1971—July
August
Septeraber
October...
November
December
1972—January
February
March
AprU
May
June




-

Total

-..

.

963,486
1, 559,272
1, 753,851
2, 893,571
3, 987,533
5, 040,085
6, 769,553
6, 477,251
7, 927,357
8, 123,100
8, 631,287
9, 335,416
13, 376, 757
18, 455,327
24, 399,459
14, 249,053
12, 509, 703
12, 162, 732
10, 893, 562
11, 203,198
11, 223, 264
10, 719,978
10, 769, 720
10, 759, 861
11, 044, 216
10, 569,862
11, 137,444
11, 034,478
10, 990,895
11, 263,113
10, 893,562

Housing and Urban Development Department

FamUy
housing
Federal
mortgages and
Housing
homeowners Administration
assistance
mortgages

14,907
506,425
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
1,951,453
1, 883, 238
1, 775, 242
1, 682, 626
1,588,145
1, 678, 299
1, 672,996
1,658,887
1, 647, 640
1, 842,565
1,635,956
1,628,966
1, 622,426
1, 610,822
1, 602,607
1,595,384
1,588,145

80,416 .
43,258.
73,101 .
106,434 .
100,565 .
110,429 .
138,841 .
219,919 .
423,946 .
586,358 .
792,771 .
570,087
441,357
492,024
548,427
576, 896
516, 853
486, 518
4.53, 770
486,334
485,021
480,015
477, 864
473, 713
470, 235
469, 272
465, 891
481,966
456, 621
456, 081
453, 770

Government National
Mortgage Association i
Participation sales
fund

Other

Federal
National
Mortgage
Association 2
Secondary
market
operations

570,374 .
570,374
570,374
803, 785
797,365
797,359
26
5
300, 000 .
2,110, 000 .
4, 830, 000 .
7,900,000 .
8,600,000 .
7, 320,000 .
6, 005,000 .
4,920,000 .
5, 970, 000 .
5,970,000 .
5,970,000 .
5, 970, 000 .
5,940,000 .
5,915,000 .
5,390,000 .
5,390,000 .
5,390,000 .
5,370,000 .
5,370,000 .
4,920,000 .

Other independent agencies

ExportImport
Bankof the
United
States

100,000 .
1,050,110 .
1,165,185 .
1, 290,125 .
2, 284,542 .
2,198, 920 .
2,557,630
1,960, 812
1,698,902
1, 797,494
3, 269, 379
4,079,103
5, 887, 062

000
000
786
263
006
616
533
098
799
896
655
898
092
832
897
266
971
882
097
672
662
655
855

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Farm Credit Administration

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Banks for
Federal
Federal
cooperatives 3 intermediate Home Loan
credit banks 3 Bank Board
137,600
131,400
152,550
192,505
207,480
314,535
344,375
387,000
467, 275
469,425
524,825
708,960
880, 850
1, 071, 628
1, 229,515
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

744,375
813,310
858, 995
958,495
1,183,395
1,489, 275
1, 632, 280
1, 753,525
1,903, 070
2,172, 790
2,369,315
2,528, 580
2, 892,825
3,362,575
3, 778,580

692
597
536
481
457
414
349
340
319
306
291
279
277
263
5,893
6,098
5,876
5,616
5,359
5,615
5,614
5,614
5,602
5,602
5,361
5,361
5,361
5,360
5,360
5,360
5,359

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agencies—Continued
Fiscal y e a r or m o n t h
U.S. Postal
Service

Tennessee
VaUey
Authority
1964..
1956..
1956..
1957..
1958-.
1959..
I960-.
1961..
1962..
1964...
1965
1966
1967
.1968
1989
1970
1971
1972.1971—July.
August
SeptemberOctober
November-.
December—
1972—January
February...
March
April
May
June
,

Memorandum
Other

50,000
145,000
146,000
180,000
225,000
285,000
417,200
625,000
727,665
998,000
1,355,300
1,855,000
1,435,300
1,465,800
1,477,300
1, 645,000
1, 576,010
1, 695, 000
1,655,700
1,686,000
1,895,000
1,685,000
1,765,000
1,855,000

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
250,000
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
250,000
250,000
260,000
250,000
250,000

B a n k s for
cooperatives 3

333
296
266
240
214
193 — 174
170
161
144
133
125
3,328
3,196
3,068
2,934
2,777
2,633
2,753
2,741
2,729
2,717
2,706
2,694
2,682
2,670
2,667
2,645
2,633
2,633

N O T E . — I n c l u d e s u n r e d e e m e d m a t u r e d securities o u t s t a n d i n g o n w h i c h i n t e r e s t
h a s ceased.
' Revised.
1 T h i s association w a s created effective S e p t . 30, 1968, b y a n a c t a p p r o v e d A u g . 1,
1968 (12 U . S . C . 1716b). I t a s s u m e d t h e assets a n d Uabihties of t h e p a r t i c i p a t i d n sales
fund, t h e m a n a g e m e n t a n d U q u i d a t i n g functions fund, a n d t h e special assistance
functions fund formerly of t h e F e d e r a l N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association a n d c o n t i n u e s
t o operate t h e s e f u n d s .




..— 1,410,815
1, 528,740
1,789,786
1,805,210
1,746,240
1,810,386
1,810,240
1,784,126
1,781,646
1,820,465
1,886,955
1,860,060
1,869,740
1,852,175
1,871,905
1,806,210

Federal home
loan b a n k s

Federal
intermediate
credit b a n k s 3

116.100
335,500
928,240
733,300
465,000 992,425
1, 254,966
1, 054,576
1, 796,835
2, 7 7 0 , 1 5 0 . . .
4, 201,320
4, 767,135
6, 309,806
4, 587,900
4, 701,760
6, 624,080
9, 913,506
' 7, 897,136
7, 077,368
7, 870,655
7, 788,531
7, 743,176
7, 929,961
7, 708,961
7, 679,376
7, 677,758
7, 323,581
7, 280,651
7, 278,098
7, 093,411
7. 077.356

Federal
land banks

-

-

4, 240,085
4,942,340
' 5,704,360
6,188,205
5,774,680
6,804,585
6,775,860
6,744,470
5,667,760
6,664,935
6,600,186
6,660,120
5,767, 640
6,947,995
6,088,485
6,188,206

-

1, 007,559
1 060,742
1 321,674
1 651,862
1,646,821
1, 888,473
2, 138,300
2, 358,413
2, 650,719
2, 726,204
2, 973,526
3, 532,441
4, 105,928
4, 611,970
6, 319,421
6, 719,697
6, 191,803
' 6, 651,336
7, 392,652
6, 933,728
6, 897,931
6, 896,902
7, 088,379
7, 076,426
7, 074,604
7, 073,677
7, 205,290
7, 197,699
7, 403,091
7, 392,948
7, 392,852

Federal
National
Mortgage
Association 2

8,076,480
13,185,225
14,996,005
18,559,931
15,638,640
16,760,696
16,241,635
18,984,190
17,137,786
17,701,440
17,442,005
17,814,230
17,992,346
18,131,216
17,969,608
18,659,931

Districtof
Columbia
s t a d i u m fund

478
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
19,800
19,800
19,800
19,800

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p r i v a t e o w n e r s h i p p m ' S u a n t t o a n act a p p r o v e d A u g . 1, 1968 (12 U . S . C . 1716b).
3 Effective D e c . 31, 1968, b a n k s for cooperatives a n d 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 w e r e c o n v e r t e d t o p r i v a t e o w n e r s h i p p u r s u a n t t o a n a c t a p p r o v e d O c t . 17, 1968
(12 U . S . C . 1061(a)(1)).

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TABLE 25.^—Maturity distrihution and average length of marketable interest-hearing
public debt,^ June 30, 1946-72
[Dollar a r a o u n t s i n milUons. O n basis of daUy T r e a s u r y stateraents]
Fiscal y e a r

Within
1 year

1 to 5
years

5 to 10
years

1946.
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1980
1961.
1962
1963
1964.
1965
1966.
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

$62,091
62,442
49,870
52,302
42,448
60,860
70,944
76,017
63,291
61,152
64,910
76,697
73,050
81,678
79,182
84,855
89,905
91,202
92,272
99,792
100,961
106,837
118,220
110,921
111,293
117,284
121,944

$35,057
42,522
46,124
39,175
61,802
31,022
29,434
30,162
38,407
46,399
36,942
41,497
39,401
58,256
81,295
70,760
67,759
68,fl80
68,954
51,377
55,010
69,824
52,657
55,759
85,065
85,773
90,212

$32,847
18,932
10,464
15,067
15,926
18,012
13,321
13,018
27,113
42,755
40,363
28,873
45,705
28,075
14,173
18,391
18,655
20,522
22,580
33,053
28,922
21,006
33,538
37,610
17,428
26,037
28,368

1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1965
1958
1957
1958-1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1968
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

$61,974
51,211
48,742
48,130
42,338
4,3,908
46,387
65,270
62,734
49,703
58,714
71,952
67,782
72,958
70,467
81,120
88,442
85,294
81,424
87,637
89,136
89,848
106,407
103,910
105,530
112,772'
121,944

$24,783
21,851
21,630
32,582
61,292
46,526
47,814
36,161
29,866
39,107
34,401
40,669
42,557
58,304
72,844
58,400
67,041
58,028
65,453
68,198
60,933
71.424
64,470
62,770
89,615
89,074
89,004

$41,807
35,582
32,264
16,748
7,792
8,707
13,933
15,651
27,615
34,263
28,908
12,328
21,476
17,052
20,246
26,435
26,049
37,386
34,929
39,169
33,596
24,378
30,754
34,837
15,882
24,503
26,852

10 to 15
years

15 to 20
years

20 years
a n d over

Total

Average l e n g t h
Years
Months

B y call classes (due or first becoraing caUable).
$16,012
$21,227
13,328
27,076
12,407
41,481
13,715
34,888
19,281
25,853
21,226
8,797
20,114
6,594
26,546 . . . . . . . .
19,937
11,371
8,387
6,488 ..-•
657
2,258
1,276
2,256
1,123
2,484
1,123
3,125
1,641
4,956
4,304
4,625
6,048
4,524
4,192
3,040
6,097
1,125
6,087
1,121
4,509
5,180
4,505
6,720
2,985
10,395
1,055
10,256
2,230
9,938

$22,372 $189,606
14,405
168,702
160,348
155,147
155,310
137,917
140,407
1,592 147,335
1,606 150,354
3,530
155,206
4,351 154,953
4,349
155,705
5,604
166,675
6,485
178,027
6,588
183,845
8,893
187,148
13,157
196,072
13,975
203,508
15,111 206,489
17,241 208,695
17,023
209,127
16,797
210,672
12,487
226,592
10,594
226,107
5,433 232,599
6,069
245,473
4,610 257,202

7
7
7
6
6
4
4
3
4
4
4
3
4
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3

4
6
1
7
2
10
1
11
3
7
2
7
2
8
6
9
4
7
6
9
6
1
9
9
5
3
0

9
9
9
8
8
6
5
5
5
6
5
4
5 .
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
3

1
6
2
9
2
7
8
4
6
10
4
9
3
7
4
6
11
1
0
4
11
7
2
0
8
6
3

B y m a t u r i t y classes 2

0.....

.-

$8,707
13,009
14,111
14,111
10,289
8,754
5,586
2,117
8,696
17,242
20,192
19,919
26,999
20,971
11,746
8,706
6,957
2,244
2,244
2,609
4,518
4,514
6,078
6,063
5,745
3,802
4,955

$8,754
6,688
2,118
8,710
17,746
21,226
20,114
26,546
19,937
11,371
8,387
6,488
654
654
884
1,527
3,362
6,115
6,110
5,841
3,922
3,912
2,330
2,311
4,780
4,653
4,388

$43,599 $189,606
41,481
168,702
41,481
160,348
34,888
155,147
25,853
155,310
8,797
137,917
6,594
140,407
1,592 147,335
1,606 150,354
3,530
155,206
4,351 154,953
4,349
155,705
7,208
166,675
8,088
178,027
7,658
183,845
10,960
187,148
15,221
196,072
14,444
203,508
16,328
206.489
17,241 208,695
17,023 209,127
16,797
210,672
16,553 226,592
16,217
226.107
11,048 232,599
10,670
245,473
10,059
257,202

1 I n c l u d e s p u b l i c d e b t Incurred t o finance e x p e n d i t u r e s of whoUy 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 which securities of tiie corporations a n d activities were issued
to the Treasury.
2 All Issues are classified to final m a t u r i t y except partiaUy tax-exerapt b o n d s w h i c h h a v e been classifled
to earliest call d a t e . T h e last of these b o n d s were called o n A u g . 14, 1962, for r e d e m p t i o n o n D e c . 15,1982.




75

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 26.—Summary of the puhlic debt on an accounting hasis, J u n e 30, 1972
Computed
r a t e of
interest i

Classification

Amount
Transactions
Araount
o u t s t a n d i n g on i n t r a n s i t as of o u t s t a n d i n g on
basis of daily J u n e 30, 1972 basis of p u b l i c
Treasury
debt accounts
statement

PUBLIC D E B T
INTEREST-BEARING DEBT

P u b l i c issues:
Marketable:
T r e a s m y bUls:
Regular w e e k l y . .
Regular monthly
Treasmynotes
Treasury bonds

percent
24.029
24.342
6.312
4.018

$75,736,815,000
18,910,956,000
113,418,963,000
49,136,087,750

496,000
-13,187,000

$76,736,935,000
18,910,956,000
113,419,469, 000
49,121, 920,750

Subtotal

6.099

257,201,820,750

-12,551,000

257,189,289,750

3.851
3.542

6,226,000,000
168,681,544

6.919
4.943
3.500
3.627
4.561
4.945
4.297
2.000
2.000
2.750

10,687,726,943
1,905,811,255
250,000,000
446,226,902
55,921,441,331
561,111,843
64,956,782
21,919,500
9,902,000
2,309,667,000

Subtotal

4.638

78,560,445,101

30,811,889

78,591,266,991

T o t a l p u b h c issues

4.990

335,762,265,851

18,260,889

335,780,526,741

5.879
3.760
3.760
3.550
3.760
6.007
3.760
6.599
3.760

24,631,986,000
73,950,000
25,198,000
1,424,347,376
273,852,000
6,896,859,000
61,962,000
2,833,958,000
2,743,000

24,631,988,000
73,950,000
25,198,000
1,424,347,376
273,852,000
6,698,659,000
61, 962,000
2,833,958, 000
2, 743, 000

5.458
3.760

29,125,529,000
138,852,000

29,125, 529,000
138,862, 000

6.943
6.067
4.388
5.000
4.626
5.884
6.387
5.750

478,075,000
68,669,000
716,600,000
4,456,381,000
6,155,084,000
983,315,000
3,718,839,000
3,134,000

478,076,000
58,669,000
716,600,000
4, 466,381,000
8,166, 084,000
963,316,000
3,716,639,000
3,134,000

5.750
5.750
5.000
6.432
4.744

22,318,000
11,361,000
7,185,886,000
220,206,000
321,028,000

22,318,000
11,361,000
7,185,886,000
220,206,000
321,028,000

Nonmarketable:
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
Foreignseries
F o r e i g n c m r e n c y series
T r e a s u r y notes:
Foreignseries
Foreign c m r e n c y series
Treasmy bonds
T r e a s m y certificates
U.S. savingsbonds...
U . S . savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Depositary bonds
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

Special issues:
Civil service r e t i r e m e n t fund
E m p l o y e e s h e a l t h benefits fund
E m p l o y e e s Ufe insurance fund
E x c h a n g e StabiUzation F u n d
F e d e r a l Deposit I n s u r a n c e Corp
F e d e r a l disabiUty insurance t r u s t f u n d . . .
F e d e r a l horae loan b a n k s
F e d e r a l hospital i n s m a n c e t r u s t fund
F e d e r a l Housing A d m i n i s t r a t i o n fund
Federal old-age a n d sm-vivoi'S insurance
trustfund
F e d e r a l Savings a n d L o a n I n s u r a n c e C o r p .
Federal s u p p l e m e n t a r y medical insurance
trustfund.
Foreign service r e t i r e m e n t fund
G o v e r n r a e n t life i n s m a n c e f u n d .
H i g h w a y t r u s t fund
.
N a t i o n a l service life insurance fund
P o s t a l service f u n d . - Railroad retireraent account
Railroad r e t i r e m e n t holding account
Railroad
retirement
supplemental
account..
Servicemen's group life insurance fund
Uneraployment trust fund.
V e t e r a n s reopened insurance fund
V e t e r a n s special life insurance fund

$120,000

6,225,000,000
166,681,544

.--

.....
37,753, 233
- 6 , 488, 653
49,310
-4,000
-498,000

10,687,726,943
1,905,811,255
260,000,000
446,226,902
55,959,194, 564
554,623,190
55, 006,092
21,915,500
9,902,000
2,309,169,000

Subtotal

6 475

89,597,632,376

89,697, 632,378

T o t a l interest-bearing d e b t

5.093

425,359,898,227

18, 260,889 425,378,169,116

M a t u r e d d e b t on w h i c h interest has ceased
DEBT BEARING NO

379,877,330

-94, 767,951

285,109,379

826,000,000
695,686,384

78,147

825,000,000
695,763,631

427,260,460,941

-76,428,914

427,184,032,026

INTEREST

International Monetary F u n d
Other
T o t a l gross p u b l i c d e b t

1 O n daily T r e a s m y s t a t e m e n t basis.
2 I n c l u d e d in d e b t o u t s t a n d i n g at face a m o u n t , b u t t h e a n n u a l interest rate is c o m p u t e d on t h e discount
value.

4.88-9:83^73


76

19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY, OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 27.—Puhlic debt securities outstanding on an accounting hasis, June 30,
1954-72
[On basis of daUy Treasury statements and pubUc debt accounts]
Fiscal year
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
I960..
1961
1962
1963
:
1984
1965
:
1968
1967
1968
1969.....:
1970
1971
1972-.-::.'.

:...-

.-.




PubUshed In
daUy Treasury
statements
$271,259,699,108
274,374,222,803
272,760,813,649
270,627,171,896
276.343.217,748
284,706,907,078
286,330,760,848
288,970,938,610
298,200,822,721
305,869.632.998
- - . . . 311,712,899.257
317,273,898.984
319,907,087.796
326,220,937,795
347,678,406,426
353,720,263,841
....:....
370,918,706,950
398,129,744,456
.—1...
427,260,460,940

Transactions
in transit
as of June 30

Total

—$37,618,610
$271,222,080,498
-16,973,392
274,358,249,410
-22,425,470
272,728,388,179
-34,337,736
270,492,834,161
-62,446,379
276,290,771,387
-27,383,115
284,678,623,963
-63,068,909
286,287,691,939
-26,332,668
388,946,608,042
-63,942,420
298.138.880.301
-31,642.291
306.828.090,706
-35.361,310
311,677,537,947
-68.427.727
317.216,471,256
-65.867.853
319,851,229.943
-39,691,087 • 328,181,246,728
-45,074,958
347,633,331,468
-176,630,387
353,643,723,464
-70,702,459
370,848,004,491
-66,190,397
398,063,654,059
-79,169,289
427,181,291,662

TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding June 30, 1972
[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

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
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 2

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT a
Public Issues
Marketable:
T r e a s u r y bUls: Series m a t u r h i g
a n d a p p r o x i m a t e yield to m a t u r i t y (%): 3 e
Regular weekly:
J u l y 8, 1972 4 . .

[4.042..
-[3.798..
(3.375..
-13.7-29..
(3.452..
J u l y 20, 1 9 7 2 . . -13.851-/3.754-J u l y 27, 1972-. -13.514-.
Regular m o n t h l y :
r5.953J u l y 31, 1972- _ -[4.496.
Regular w e e k l y :
A u g . 3, 1972-.. / 3 . 7 3 3 .
-13.603.
(3.594A u g . 10,.1972... -13.463.
[3.537.
A u g . 17, 1972... -[3.697.
/3.513• A u g . 24, 1972.— -\3.825A u g . 31, 1972.-. /3.762.
-13.761Regular m o n t h l y :
A u g . 3 1 , 1 9 7 2 - - (5.125.
(4.580J u l y 13,'1972..

Regular weekly:
Sept. 7, 1 9 7 2 - . . .
Sept. 14, 1972.
Sept. 21, 1972.
Sept. 28, 1972.
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




3.7983.863.
4.1983.7964.322.
3.9264.3544.024.

J a n . 6, 1972...
A p r . 6, 1 9 7 2 . .
J a n 13, 1972-A p r . 13, 1972J a n . 20, 1972..
A p r . 20, 1972.
J a n . 27, 1972..
A p r . 27, 1972J u l y 3 1 , 1971-.
N o v . 1, 1 9 7 1 F e b . 3, 1 9 7 2 - M a y 4, 1 9 7 2 - . .
F e b . 10, 1972-M a y .11, 1972.F e b . 17, 1972- M a y 18, 1972- .
F e b . 24, 1972-.
M a y 25, 1972-.
Mar. 2, 1972. „
J u n e l , 1972--.

J u l y 6, 1 9 7 2 . .
J u l y 13, 1972.
J u l y 20, 1972.
•July 27, 1972.
J u l y 31, 1972.
A u g . 3, 1972--.
A u g . 10, 1972.
A u g . 17, 1972-,
A u g . 24, 1972..
Mar. 31,1972..

A u g . 3 1 , 1971N o v . 30, 1971.

A u g . 31, 1972..

Mar.
June
Mar.
June
Mar.
June
Mar.
June

Sept. 7, 1972...

9. 1972-8. 1972-.
16, 197215, 1972.
23, 1972.
22, 1972.
28,1972
29. 1972

Sept. 14,1972..
Sept. 21, 1972..
\ o ^ . oc 1070
j b e p t . . 2 S , ly?^..

. . . $1,801,305,000.00)
r$97.956cash
. . . 2,301,380,000.00 }
99.040 cash
.1,600,200,000.00)
98.294 cash
.2,301,305,000.00 }
99.057 cash
...
1,600,815,000.00)
98.255 cash
. . 2,301,100,000.00 1
99.027 cash
. . 1,603,210,000.00 1
98.102 cash
.2,300,120,000.00/
99.112 cash
93.948 cash
. - . 1,202,455,000.00 1
500,190,000.00/
96.591 cash
98.113 cash
...
1,600,025,000.00)
. . . 2,301,260,000.00 1
99.989 cash
.-.
1,600,175,000.00
99.183 cash
. . . 2,300,750,000.00
Sold a t a dis99.125 cash
...
1,800,540,000.00)
count; payable
98.212 cash
at par on ma. . . 2,300,595,000.00}
99.085 cash
turity.
. . . 1,802,700,000.00 1
98.224 cash
. . . 2,299,670,000.00/
99.033 cash
. . . 1,796,105,000.00 1
98.098 cash
. . . 2,301,555,000.00/
99.049 cash
94.789 cash
...
1,199,890,000.00)
500,275,000.00}
96.098 cash
98.081 cash
1,800,315,000.00)
.2,301,440,000.00 1
99.024 cash
..
1,800,670,000.00)
97.879 cash
..
2,300,540,000.00}
99.040 cash
..
1,800,975,000.00)
97.815 cash
.- 2,300,725,000.00 }
99.008 cash
97.799 cash
1,804,905,000.00 1
' 98.983 cash...... - ' 2,300,405,000.00/

$3,902,685,000.00
3,901,505,000.00
3, 901,915, 000. 00
3,903,330,000.00

I
>

1, 702,645,000. 00

>
3,901, 285,000.00
3,900,925, 000. 00
4,101,135,000. 00

1
w

4,102,370,000.00
4, 097,660,000.00
1, 700,165,000.00
4,101, 755, 000. 00
4,101,210,000.00
4,101, 700,000. 00
4,105,320,000. 00

-sf

^

00

TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding, J u n e 30,1972—Continued
Description

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payment
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t retired

A m o u n t issued

Amount
outstanding 2

I N T E R E S T - B E A R I N G D E B T *—
Continued

Pi

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
T r e a s u r y bills; 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 (%) 3 0—Conthiued
Regular m o n t h l y :
Sept. 3 0 , 1 9 7 2 . . . . 1 ^ ' ^ ^ - Regular w e e k l y :
Oct. 6, 1972
4.367.Oct. 12, 1972
4.223.Oct. 19, 1972
4.278..
Oct. 26, 1972
4.004..
Regular m o n t h l y :
Oct.31,1972....-(|;«0;;
Regular w e e k l y :
N o v . 2, 1972
3.997.N0V.9,1972
3.906.Nov. 16,1972.... 4.117..
N o v . 24, 1 9 7 2 . - . . 4 . 2 3 3 . .
Nov.30, 1972.... 4.107..
Regular i n o n t h l y :

Nov.30, 1972....{^-^^I"Regular w e e k l y :
D e c . 7, 1972
D e c . 14,1972
D e c . 21,1972
D e c . 28,1972
Regular m o n t h l y :

4.243..
4.187..
4.328..
4.484..

o

Pi
1-5

o
Sept. 30,1971..
D e c . 31, 1971..

1972..

94.633 cash
97.009 cash

6, 1972....
12, 1972-..
19, 1972...
26, 1972...

97.792cash
97.866 cash
97.837 cash
97.976cash

1,800,340,000.00
1,800,825,000.00
1,800,855,000.00
1,800,500,000.00

?^l-|J;S::::::}oct.3M972...

95.435cash
97.038 cash

1,200.265.000.00 1
499,905,000.00 / " -

M a y 4, 1972
M a y 11,1972
M a y 18,1972
M a y 25,1972.
J u n e 1,1972

97.979cash
98.0-25 cash..
97.918cash
97.848 cash
97.924 cash

1,800,630,000.00
1,800,365,000.00
1,800,580,000.00
1,800,905,000.00
1,801,495,000.00

96.361 cash
97.050cash

1,200,655,000.00 \
500,080,000.00 /

97.855cash
97.883 cash
97.812cash
97.733 cash

1,800,205,000.00
1,801,595,000.00
1,802,075,000.00
1,799,460,000.00

98.008cash
96.554cash
95.998cash
96.766 cash
96.852 cash
96.688 cash
96.274 cash
96.382cash

1,200,475,000.00
500,555,000.00
1,200,370,000.00
499,950.000.00
1,200,095,000.00
500,570,000.00
1,200,810,000.00
501,120,000.00

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

6,1972
13, 1972
20,1972.
27, 1972

N o v . 3 0 , 1971
F e b . 29, 1972
June
June
June
June

8, 1972
15, 1972
22,1972
29, 1972

D e c . 31,1971
Mar. 31,1972
J a n . 3 1 , 1972
J a n . 3 1 , 1 9 7 3 . . . . . | | ^ ^ ^ - - A p r . 30, 1972
F e b . 29.1972..
F e b . 28, 1 9 7 3 . . . . { ^ • ^ ^ - M a y 31, 1972..
Mar. 31, 1972
M a r . 3 1 , 1973....{^;^^^-_- J u n e 30, 1972

Dec. 31, 1972-..||-^J^-




-jSept. 30,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2. 1972...
9,1972...
16,1972..
24,1972..
30,1972..

1^
3^ Q
P ^ ^ ' ^0' -^^^2..
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

7, 1972..
14, 1972.
21,1972..
28, 1972.

\j. „
,] ^ ^ ^ ' '^^' ^'^'^U
„
.
V^^^' '*^' •^^^^ypeb. 28,1973.
\ , , ^ qi 1070
P ^ ^ ' ^ 1 ' ^^'^-

Sold at a discount; p a y a b l e
a t p a r on
maturity.

$1,200,730,000.00 1
501,300,000.00 /

^. 7^^ ^..^ r ^ (.r.
5>i,/UA UdU, uuu. uu
1,800,340,000.00
1,800,825,000.00
1,800,855,000.00
1,800,500,000.00
1 700 i7n nnn on
1,/UU, 17U, UUU. O
U

.„.

1,800,630,000.00
1,800,365,000.00
1,800,580,000.00
1,800,905,000.00
1,801,495,000.00
i 7m 7Q^ nnn nn
i,/uu, MO.UUU.UU

-

1,800,205,000.00
1,801,595,000.00
1,802,075,000.00
1,799,460,000.00
1
\-1
/1
/
\
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. „r.. ^^r. ^ r . ^
1,701,030,000.00
^ nm-^oc^ c\m m
l,/uu, dzu, uuu. U
U
^ nm (K(KK ox^ts m
1,7UU, 665,000. 00
. ^^. Qqn nnn m
1,7U1,930, 000. 00

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O
Pi

>

Pi

O

W
Pi

>
Pi

Apr. 30, 1973
May 31, 1973
June 30, 1973
Regular weekly:
July.6, 1972

4.362.. Apr. 30, 1972
Apr. 30, 1973.
4.465.. May 31, 1972....... May 31, 1973..
4.853.. June 30, 1972
June 30, 1973.

95.577 cash
95.473cash
95.079 cash

3.405.. Mar. 6, 1972

99.309 cash.

(s)

TotaLTreasury bills
Treasury notes:'
5% Series E-1972
8% Series F-1972
TH% Series A-1973
(effective rate 7.9345%).

:.

204,310,000.00 .

May 15, 1971
June 29, 1971
Oct. 1, 1969

Aug. 15, 1972
Nov. 15, 1972
May 15, 1973

Feb. 15-Aug. 15... Exchange at p a r . .
May 15-Nov. 15... Par
do
Exchange at par...
Exchange at 99.40.

3,451,554,000.00
2,286,275,000.00 .
1,160,451,000.00 .
4,683,244,000.00 .
6,843,696,000.00 ,

8M% Series B-1973 (effective Feb. 15, 1970
rate 8.1355%).
6K% Series C-1973 (effective Aug. 16, 1971
rate 6 5452%).
4K% Series D-1973 (effec- Nov. 15, 1971
tive rate 4.9087%).

Aug. 15, 1973

-

6,843,695,000.00

1,839,104,000.00

1,839,104,000.00

2,514,231,000.00

2,614,231,000.00

Feb. 15, 1973.

do

99.96
Exchange at 99.96..

2,767,854,000.00
1,500,000,000.00

May 15, 1973

May 15-Nov. 15... 100.30.
Exchange at 100.30.

1,278,745,000.00
2,513,686,000.00
3,792,411,000.00 .

Nov. 15, 1974.

May 15-Nov. 1 5 . . . Par
:
Exchange at par...
Exchange at 99.60.

Aug. 15, 1974

Feb. 15-Aug. 15... 99.62
Exchange at 99.62.

I
•^

4,267,854,000.00

1,506,610,000.00 .
2,474,568,000.00 ,
3,230,944,000.00

-

Subtotal
5 ^ % Series B-1974 (effective Aug. 16, 1968
rate 5.7007%).
Subtotal...

2, 574,393,000.00
2, 285, 275,000.00

99.94

4,267,854,000.00

5 ^ % Series A-1974 (effective Nov. 15, 1967.
rate 5.8073%).

$877,161,000.00

do

Subtotal.
May 15, 1972

94,647,890,000.00

Feb. 15, 1973
•

Feb. 15-Aug. 15... Exchangeat par...

1,199,850,000.00
1,200,180,000.00
1,201,235,000.00
204,310,000.00

94,647,1 1,000.00

Subtotal

4 ^ % Series E-1973 (effective
rate 4.4398%).
Subtotal

1,199,850,000.00
1,200,180,000.00
1, 201,235,000. 00

>
3,792,411,000.00

7,212,022,000.00 .

7,212,022,000.00

5,414,039,000.00 .
4,869,883,000.00 .
10,283,922,000.00

10,283,922,000. 00

Footnotes at end of table.




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TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding, June 30,1972—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
Average price
or payable i
date
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

^

Amount
outstanding 2

Pi
INTEREST-BEARING DEBT «
—Continued

•

Pi
H

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasury notes '—Continued
7^%) Series C-1974
Aug. 15,1970..
7 ^ % Series D-1974
.
Nov. 15,1970..
5M% Series A-1975 (effective Feb. 15,1968..
rate6.7371%Q).

Feb. 15, 1974-.
Nov. 15,1974..
Feb. 15, 1975.

Feb. 15-Aug. 15.
May 15-Nov. 15..
. Feb. 15-Aug 15..

Exchange at par... $3,139,274,000. 00
do...
4,505,223,000.00
do
2,171,294,000. 00
Exchange at 99.40.
507, 225,000. 00
Exchange at 99.15.. 1,107,439,000. 00
Exchange at 99.85.
929,137,000.00
Exchange at 98.85.
433,348,000.00

$2,960,080,000. 00
4,333,506,000. 00

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Q
^
HJ •

^
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fel
o

May 15-Nov. 15... Exchange at p a r . .
Feb. 15-Aug. 15..
do
May 15-Nov. 15.. Exchange at 99.80-

8,759,985, 000. 00
7,678, 594,000. 00
3,114,603, 000. 00

6,148,443,000.00
= = = = = = = = = = =
6,759,985,000.00
7,878,594,000.00
. . 3,114,603,000.00

Oct. 22,1971

Feb. 15,1975

Feb. 15-Aug. 15.. 100.89

2, 045,169, 000. 00

2,046,169,000.00

Apr. 3, 1972

May 15, 1975

May 16-Nov. 15.. 100.26

1,778,409, 000.00

Feb. 15,1969

Feb. 15, 1978

Feb. 15-Aug. 15.. Exchange at 99.75-

3,738,758, 000. 00

1,776,409,000.00

^

2,697,016, 000. 00
1,682,965, 000. 00
2,510,634, 000.00

3,738,768,000.00

^

2,897,018,000.00

^1
=

5,148,443,000.00

May 15,1969
Oct. 1, 1969

May 15,1976
Aug. 16, 1976

May 15-Nov. 15.. Exchange at par...
at 99.50.
Feb. 15-Aug. 15.. Exchange at 10().50.
Exchange

Subtotal
634% Series D-1976 (effective Sept. 8,1971
rate 5.9842%).
63^%, Series E-1978
Feb. 16,1972
8%, Series A-1977 (effective Feb. 15,1970
rate 8.0025%).




$179,194,000. 00
171,717,000. 00

May 15,1968........ May 15,1975
Feb. 15, 1971
Aug. 15, 1975
Aug. 15, 1971.
Nov. 15, 1976

Subtotal
6% Series B-1975....
5J^% Series C-1975...
7% Series D-1975 (effective
rate 7.0553%).
6J^% Series E-1975 (effective
rate 5.5768%).
5H% Series F-1976 (effective
rate 6.7761%).
6H% Series A-1976 (effective
rate 6.2947%). .
6J^% Series B-1976
7M% Series C-1976 (effective
rate 7.4783%).

W

O

> < •

May 15,1978
Feb. 15,1977

May 16-Nov. 1 5 . . . 101.14
do
Feb. 15-Aug. 15

Exchange at par...
do

1,283,296,000.00
2,802,404,000.00
5,162,870,000.00

_
O

H

^

4,193,599,000.00
Nov. 15,1976

pifel
»^
>
W

4,193,699,000.00

g

1,283,296,000.00

3

2,802,404,000.00
5,162,870,000.00

7 ^ % Series B-1977 (effective
rate 7.7970%).
6^%, Series A-1978
6% Series B-1978 (effective
rate 6.0452%).
1H% Series EO-1972
1M% Series EA-1973
1J^% Series EO-1973.
1K% Series EA-1974.
13^% Series EO-1974...
13^% Series EA-1975.
1)^% Series EO-1975
l3^%o Series EA-1976.
13^% Series EO-1976
13^%, Series EA-1977.

Aug. 16, 1970

Aug. 15, 1977

Exchange at 99.75.

2,264,141,000.00

2,264,141,000.00

Feb. 15,1971
Nov. 15,1971

Feb. 15,1978.
Nov. 16,1978

do...
Exchange at par...
May 15-Nov. 1 5 . . . Exchange at 99.75.

do

8,388,604,000.00
8,207,497,000.00

8,388,504,000.00
8,207,497,000.00

Oct. 1, 1967
Apr. 1, 1968.
Oct. 1, 1968.
Apr. 1, 1969
Oct. 1,1969..
Apr. 1, 1970
Oct. 1,1970
Apr. 1, 1971
Oct. 1, 1971
Apr. 1, 1972

Oct. 1, 1972.
Apr. 1, 1973
Oct. 1, 1973.
Apr. 1,1974
Oct. 1,1974..
Apr. 1, 1975
Oct. 1, 1975
Apr. 1, 1976
Oct. 1, 1976
Apr. 1,1977.

Apr. 1-Oct. 1
....do
do
do.
do..
do.
do
do.
do
do

33,217,000.00
33,750,000.00
29,764,000.00
33,883,000.00
41,702,000.00
7,945,000.00
30,394,000.00
27,417,000.00
10,564,000.00
3,052,000.00

33,217,000.00
33,750,000.00
29,764,000.00
33,883,000.00
41,702,000.00
7,945,000.00
30,394,000.00
27,417,000.00
10,554,000.00
3,052,000.00

Exchange at p a r . .
do
do
do...
do.
do
do
do...
do.....
do

Total Treasury notes
Treasury bonds: '
4% of 1972 (effective rate Sept. 15,1962
4.0950%).E

114,647,531,000.00
—
On Aug. 15,1972.. Feb. and Aug. 16.. Exchange at 98.80.
Exchange at 99.30Exchange at 99.40.
Exchange at 99.70.

2,678,547,000.00
2,627,073,950.00

1,228,072,000.00 113,419,459,000.00

378,792,000.00
370,327,000.00
1,570,407,000.00
259,021,000.00

_
On Sept. 15, 1972.. Mar. and Sept. 15. Par

..

3
^
3
o

:
Subtotal.
23^% of 1967-72.

Oct. 20, 1941

Exchange at par.i.
Subtotal
2M%ofl967-72
Nov.15,1945
4%, of. 1973 (effective rate Sept. 15, 1963
4.1491%).g

On Dec. 15,19728.. June and Dec. 15.. P a r . .
11,688,888,500.00
On Aug. 15, 1973.. Feb. and Aug. 15.. Exchange at98.85. 1,120,883,000.00 .
Exchange at 98.56.
782,366,000.00
97.90.
213,628,000.00
Exchange at 98.20.
340,079,000.00 .
Exchange at 99.60.
720,541,000.00 .
Exchange at 99.30.
716,437,000.00 .

Subtotal
Footnotes at end of table.




:

3,893,834,000.00

>

1,125,282,500.00

1,453,264,500.00
'.

t""
>

765,337,900.00

1,950,707,250.00

S

9,141,959,000.00

2,546,909,500.00

2
>^

1,500.00

3,893,832,500.00

188,971,200.00
2,716,045,150,00

2
g
S

2

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TABLE 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding, June SO, 1972—Continued
[On basis of Public Debt accounts, see "Bases of Tables"]
Description

Date

Amount issued

When redeemable Interest payment
.Average price
or payable i
date
received (per $100)

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2
Pi

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT a
—Continued

o
Pi

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable— C ontinued
Treasury bonds '—Continued
43^8% of 1973 (effective rate July 22,1964.
4.2240%) .8

o
On Nov. 15,1973 6- May and Nov. 1 5 - Exchange at 98.75.
Exchange at 98.90 .
Exchange at 99.05 .
Exchange at 99.10.
Exchange at 99.25.
Exchange at 99.30.
Exchange at 99.45.
Exchange at 99.85 .

Subtotal
43/b% of 1974 (effective rate Jan. 15,1985..
4.1631%).e

Subtotal^Vs7o of 1974 (effective rate Dec. 2,1957.
3.9519%).8




H^
hi
S

Ul
w
o
pi

4,357,210,
On Feb. 15,1974 K Feb. and Aug. 15.. Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
Exchange at
100.25.

99.05.
99.25.
99.35 .
99.45 .
99.5099.55 99.90 .

Subtotal4K% of 1974 (effective rate May 15,19644.2256%,).e

$232,162, 000.00
334,055, 000.00
769,304, 000.00
574,915, 000.00
343,825, 000.00
298,850, 500.00
1,302,758, 000.00
603,341, 000.00
500.00
140,326,
399,959, 000.00
493,462, 0 0 0 . 0 0 . .
146,917, 000.00
415,742, 000.00
333,760, 000.00
461,289, 000.00
738,918, 000.00
500.00

3,130,373, 500. 00

$17,781,000.00

$4,339,429,500.00

^

.....

>

.........:....—.-

5

662,863,000. 00

2,467,610, 500. 00
pi

1,531, 898, 500. 00
2,061,685,000.00

On May 16,1974 8. May and Nov. 15.- Exchange at par _
Exchange at
100.25.

2
^
^
2
^
J

Ul

.
OnNov. 15,1974 6. MayandNov. 16.. Par
Exchange at 98.50Exchange at 99
Exchange at 98.30.

653,811,500.00
136,239,000.00
517,421,500.00
313,758,000.00

740,696,000. 00

3, 593,583, 500. 00
.
.
.
.

2,852,987,500. 00

d

pi
Hi

E.xchange at 99.10.
Exchange at par. .
Subtotal

2,244,772,000.00

434% of 1975-85 (effective
rate 4.2632%).g

Apr. 5,1960

Onandafter
May and Nov. 15.. Par
May 15, 1975; on
Exchangeat
May 15,1985.9
101.15.
Exchange at 99.95.
Exchangeat 99.25.
Exchange at 99.10.
Exchange at 99.05.

Subtotal
3M% of 1978-83....

^
M a y l , 1953

Subtotal...

Onandafter
June 15,1978;
on June 15,
1983.9

June and Dec. 15.. P a r .
Exchange at p a r . .

....-

4% of 1980 (effective rate Jan. 23,1959
4.0451%).8
,

. .

On Feb. 15,1980 a. Feb. and Aug. 15-99
99.50
Exchangeat99
Exchange at 99.10.Exchange at 99.30.
.
.
Exchange at 99.50.
Exchange at 99.80Exchange at 98.80.
Exchange at 100.25Exchange at 100.55-

2,236,354,000.00

9,904,000.00

1,207,706,600.00

397,057,000.00
105,792,000.00
75,642,000.00
116,733,000.00
1,217,610,509.00
1,188,769,175.00
417,314,825.00

CQ
1:;5
g
91,726,500.00

884,115,500.00
7 102,000.00.
195,465,000.00
17,346,000.00
2,113,000.00
7 107,341,500.00
212,994,500.00
420,040,000.00
562,595,500.00 209,580,500.00
2,611,693,500.00

1,614,367,600.00

==

W

^

^
)^
f"

>
^
2
g
^
O
28,800,000.00

2,582,893,600.00

16,056,000.00

^

1,899,887,000.00

On Nov. 15,1980 8. May andNov. 15.. Exchange at par. .
643,406,000.00
Exchange at 102.25- 1,034,722,000.00
Exchange at 103.50.
237,815,000.00

....--;.i

7% of 1981 (effective rate Aug .15 ,1971
7.1132%).
Subtotal
.;....-.-.

8,418,000.00

489,533,000.00
52,853,500.00

1,606,084,000.00

Subtotal
33^% of 1980 (effective rate Oct. 3,1960.
3.3810%).B
Subtotal.

373,227,000.00 .
260,315,000.00 .

1,915,943,000.00
On Aug. 15,1981.- Feb.and Aug. 15-- Exchange at 99.20.
99.20.
.-.-

612,071,500.00
194,882,500.00.
806,934,000.00

806,934,000.00

Footnotes at end of table.




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TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding, June 30,1972—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
or payable i
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

Pi
fej

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT*
—Continued

o

Public Issues—Continued
Marketable—Continued
Treasm-y bonds '—Continued
6H% of 1982 (effective rate Feb. 15,1972.
6.3439%). h

o
On Feb. 15, 1982.. Feb. and Aug. 15. Par
Exchangeat par.
On May 15,1985 e. May and Nov. 15.. 100.50.
, OnNov. 15,1986

do

Subtotal




Onandafter
Aug. 16,1987;
on Aug. 15,
1992.8

--

~—

=

1,134,867,530.00

. 99.75
Exchange at 99.76.

Feb. and Aug. 15.. 101
Exchange at 99.60.
Exchange at 99.75.
Exchange at 99.90Exchange at 99.95Exchange at 100.10.
Exchange at 100.16.
Exchange at 100.25.
Exchange at 100.30.
Exchange at 100.35Exchange at 100.40Exchange at 100.45.
Exchange at 100.80.
Exchange at 101...
Exchange at 101.16.
Exchange at 100.70.

1,216,281,000.00
359,711,500.00
118,050,000.00
150,959,000.00
188,037,000.00
486,642,000.00
195,976,000.00
685,356,500.00
641,227,500.00
147,686,030.00
116,072,500.00
281,957,000.00
143,932,000.00
139,738,000.00
6,410,000.00
122,199,500.00
34,928,000.00

'.-..

$2,702,196,000.00

^

= =

fel
$121,716,000.00

1,013,151,500.00

Q
Pi
feJ
H^

1,216,261,000.00

W

24,352,000.00
1,191,909,000.00

Subtotal.
4M% of 1987-92 (effective Aug. 16,1962.
rate 4.2344%).8

i^
g

2,702,196,000.00

Subtotal.
3)4% of 1985 (effective rate June 3,1958...
3.2222%).
6^8% of 1986 (effective rate Nov. 15,1971.
6.1493%).

$571,668,500.00 --.
2,130,527,500.00

-

3,817,852,500.00

>.

-.

J

O
^
'

3
W
K
^
2
g
^
2
S
3
^

39,556, 600.00

3,778,296,000.00

% of 1988-93 (effective r a t e
4.0082%).
43^%, of 1989-94 (effective
r a t e 4.1925%) .e

J a n . 17,1963

A p r . 18,1983

O n a n d after
F e b . 15,1988;
o n F e b . 15,
1993.8
Onandafter
M a y 15^ 1989;
on M a y 15,
1994.6

F e b . a n d A u g . 15- 99.85-

M a y a n d N o v . 15- 100.55
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

at
at
at
at
at
at

F e b . a n d A u g . 15_ E x c h a n g e
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange
Exchange

at par _ .
at 99
a t 100.25.
at 101.25.
at 101.50.
at 101.75.

97.70.
98
98.35.
98.65.
99.10.
99.40.

Subtotal
F e b . 14, 1958

O n F e b . 15, 1990«

Subtotal

31, 813,000. 00

F e b . 15, 1955

O n F e b . 15,1995 6. F e b . a n d A u g . 1 5 . P a r
Exchange at p a r .

Subtotal

1,528, 853, 000.00

532, 201, 000. 00

4,385, 210, 500.00

2, 719, 730,000.00
721, 728,000.00
575, 798,500.00
233,236,000.00
344,644,000.00
322,275,000.00

w

4,917,411,500.00
-

242,172,000. 00

300,000,000. 00
125, 623,000. 00
104, 739, 000. 00
317,182,000. 00
489, 896,000.00
131,877,000.00
91,149,000. 00
1,580,488,000.00

3 M % of 1990 (effective r a t e
3.4896%) e.

3 % of 1995

7, 828, 000.00

250.000,000.00

821, 474,500.00
1,923,642,500. 00
2,745,117,000.00

^

5
-

1, 727, 825, 500. 00

1,017, 291, 500. 00

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= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

3 H % of 1998 (effective r a t e
3.5195%) .8

Subtotal

O c t . 3, 1960

O n N o v . 15,1

M a y a n d N o v . 1 5 . E x c h a n g e at p a r - . .
E x c h a n g e a t 98
E x c h a n g e a t 99
E x c h a n g e at 100.25.
E x c h a n g e at 100.50.

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2,523,039,000. 00
494,804,500.00
692,076,500.00
419,513,000.00
333,406,000.00

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65,168,509,650.00

977,123,500.00

3,485, 715,500.00

274,463,930,650.00

16,046,588,900.00

49,121,920, 750.00

17, 274, 880,900.00

Total Treasmy bonds
T o t a l m a r k e t a b l e issues

257,189, 269, 750.00

Footnotes at end of table.




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TABLE 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding, Jmie SO, 1972—Continued
Description

Date

When redeeraable Interest payment
or payable i
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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INTEREST-BEARING DEBT a
—Continued
Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:'
3.85%, foreign series
3.80% foreign series...
Do
Do
Do
Do
3.85% foreign series

Apr. 3, 1972
Apr. 4, 1972
do
Apr. 7, 1972
do
Apr. 10, 1972
Apr. 21, 1972

3.55%, foreign series

Apr. 28, 1972

3.60% foreign series—-

May 4, 1972

3.50%, foreign series

May 10, 1972

Do
Do.....
3.70% foreign series..

Mayl2,1972
do
May 16, 1972

Do

May 17,1972

Do
Do
Do
Do

do
do
do.
Mayl8,1972.

Do
3.85% foreign series
Do
3.80% foreign series




do....
May 24, 1972
May25, 1972
May 30, 1972

On 2 days'notice; July 3, 1972
on July 3, 1972.
do
do
do
do
On 2 days'notice; July 7, 1972
on July 7, 1972.
do.
do
..
On 2 days'notice; July 10, 1972
on July 10, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; July 20, 1972
on July 20, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; July 28, 1972
on July 28, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 4, 1972on Aug. 4, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 10, 1972
on Aug. 10, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 11, 1972
on Aug. 11, 1972.
....do
....do
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 16, 1972...
on Aug. 16, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 17, 1972.
on Aug. 17, 1972.
do
do
do
do
..do
..do
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 18, 1972
on Aug. 18, 1972.
do
.do
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 24, 1972
on Aug. 24, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 25, 1972
on Aug. 25, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Aug. 30, 1972..
on Aug. 30, 1972.

Par.
.do.
...do
do

$557,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
44,000,000.00

$557,000,000.00
$20,000,000.00

75,000,000.00
15,000,000.00
44,000,000.00

do
do

30,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

30,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

do.

40,000,000.00

40,000,000.00

...do.

25,000,000.00

25,000,000.00
55,000,000.00

-..do...

55,000,000.00
.
105,000,000.00

do

70,000,000.00

do
...do.

200,000,000.00
20,000,000.00

do

...do
do
do
do.
do...
.do
do

105,000,000.00
70,000,000.00
150,000,000.00

10,000,000.00..
715,000,000.00
350,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
800,000,000.00
35,000,000.00

50,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
10,000,000.00

52,000,000.00

663,000,000.00
350,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
35,000,000.00

do..

30,000,000.00..

30,000,000.00

do

50,000,000.00

50,000,000.00

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3.95% foreign series

do
June 1, 1972
June 20, 1972.

Do
Do

do
June 23, 1972

Do

June 26, 1972

4.05% foreign series

June 28, 1972

4.50% foreign series

June 28, 1972

Total certificates, foreign
series.
3.60% foreign
currency
series.3
3.625% foreigii currency
series.
Total certificates, f oreign
cm-rency series.
Treasmynotes: '
6.05% foreign series
5.80% foreign series
5.85% foreign series
Do..
5.94% foreign series
6.15% foreign series
5.40% foreignseries
Do..
5.70% foreign series
6.00% foreign series
Do....
4.80%, foreign series..-..
4.75% foreignseries
4.95% foreign series
5.35% foreign series...---....
4.80% foreignseries
4.70% foreign series
6.50% foreign series
4.65%, foreign series
4.30% foreign series
5.50% foreign series
4.30% foreign series
4.25% foreign series
Footnotes at end of table.




.do..
do
On 2 days'notice; Sept. 1, 1972
on Sept. 1, 1972.
On 2 days' notice; Sept. 20, 1972.
on Sept. 20, 1972.
..do
do
On 2 days' notice; Sept. 25, 1972
on Sept. 25, 1972.
On 2 days'notice; Sept. 26, 1972
on Sept. 26, 1972.
On 2 days' notice; Sept. 28, 1972
on Sept. 28, 1972.
On 2 days' notice; Dec. 28, 1972
on Dec. 28, 1972.

100,000,000.00 .
300,000,000.00 .

do..
do..
do..

564,000,000.00 .

584, 000, 000. 00

..do
do.

382,000, 000. 00
728,000,000.00 .

362,000, 000.00
728,000, 000.00

do..

159,000, 000. 00 .

159, 000, 000.00

...do..

878, 000, 000. 00 .

878, 000, 000.00

Par...

75,000,000.00
.

Jan. 21,1972

On 2 days' notice; July 21, 1972..
on July 21, 1972.
On 2 days' notice; Aug. 4,1972-.
on Aug. 4, 1972.

100, 000, 000.00
300,000, 000.00

3,874.5000 Swiss
francs.
388.0000 Swiss
francs.

75,000, 000. 00
222,000,000. 00

6,447,000,000. 00

6,225, 000,000. 00

July 7,1971
July 14, 1971
June 17, 1971
June 24,1971
July 22, 1971
July 29, 1971...
Aug. 26, 1971
Sept. 23, 1971
June 27, 1968
July 1,1968
July 2,1968
Oct. 28, 1971
Nov. 18, 1971
Nov.29, 1971
Sept. 9, 1968
Dec. 6,1971
Dec. 23, 1971
Oct. 9,1968
Dec. 7, 1971
Jan. 20, 1972
Nov. 22, 1968
Jan. 20, 1972
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Feb. 24, 1972

On July 7, 1972 9.. Jan. and July 7 . . . Par
OnJuly 14,1972 9.. Jan. and July 14.. . . . . d o
On July 20, 1972 lo. Jan. and July 20.. ..-.do
-.-.do
.....do
do
On Aug. 24,1972 lo. Feb. and Aug. 24.. -.-.do
do
do
do
do
On Sept. 21,1972 lo. Mar. and Sept. 21.
do
On Oct. 26,1972lo.. Apr. and Oct. 26..
do
On Dec. 27,1972 io_ June and Dec. 27..
do
On Jan. 2,1973 lo... Jan. and July 2
do
....do
do
On Jan. 25,197310.. Jan. and July 2 5 . . ---.do
On Feb. 22,1973 lo. Feb. and Aug. 22.. . . . . d o
-.-.do
..--.do
.do
do
OnMar. 9,1973io_. Mar. and Sept. 9_.
Mar. and Sept. 22. . . . . d o .
OnMar. 22,1973 lo.
On Mar. 29,1973 lo. Mar. and Sept. 29. . . . . d o
On Apr. 9,1973 lo.. Apr. and Oct. 9 . . . . . . . d o
do
On Apr. 26,1973 lo. Apr. and Oct. 26..
do
do
do
do
On May 22,1973 lo.. May and Nov. 22..
OnMay 24,197310.. MayandNov. 24.. .....do
do
do
do..

.
...

110, 782,082. 20

55,699,481.87 . .

65,699,481. 87

166,481,544.07 . . .

Feb. 4,1972.

110,782,062.20 . . .

166,481, 544. 07

200,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
100,000, 000.00
100,000, 000.00
100, 000, 000.00
100,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
12,000, 000.00
10,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
100,000, 000.00
10,000, 000.00
100,000, 000.00
200,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00
175,000, 000.00
100, 000, 000.00
3,000, 000.00
90,000, 000.00
150,000, 000.00

200,000, 000. 00
200,000, 000.00
100,000, 000. 00
100,000, 000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00
100,000, 000.00
200, 000, 000.00
200,000, 000. 00
12,000, 000. 00
10,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00
200,000. 000. 00
200,000, 000.00
100, 000, 000. 00
10,000, 000.00
100,000, 000. 00
200,000, 000.00
5,000, 000.00
175,000, 000.00
100, 000, 000.00
3,000, 000.00
90, 000, 000. 00
150,000, 000.00

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TABLE 28.—Description ofpublic debt issues outstanding, June SO, 1972—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payraent
Average price
or payable i
date
received (per $100)

Amountissued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT « Continued
Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
Treasury notes '—Continued
6.05% foreign series
6.00% foreign series
6.20% foreign series
5.97% foreign series
6.00% foreign series
6.45% foreign series
6.30% foreign series
4.60% foreign series
4.67% foreign series
4.95% foreign series
4.80% foreign series...-.
6.45% foreign series
6.65% foreign series
6.60% foreign series
6.55% foreign series
6.75% foreign series
6.70% foreign series
6.65% foreign series
6.85% foreign series
6.80% foreign series
2.50% foreign series
5.95% foreign series
6.20% foreign series
Do...Do
6.25% foreign series
Do
Do
Total Treasury notes, foreign series.




Pi
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2
pi
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Mar. 30,1972
Dec." 24, 1968
June 25, 1971
Dec. 27, 1968.
Dec. 31, 1968
July 7, 1971
July 14,1971
Apr. 27,1972
May 26,1972..
June 22,1972
Feb. 2,1972
June 25, 1971
July 7,1971
July 14,1971
June 25,1971
July 7,1971
July 14,1971.
June 25,1971
July 7,1971
July 14, 1971
Mar. 15, 1972.
June 26, 1972
Apr. 7,1972
do..
..do
do..
do.
do

On June 21,197310. June and Dec. 2 1 . - Par
OnJune25,1973io_ June and Dec. 25
do
On June 25,1973 9
do
do
On June 27,197310. June and Dec. 27
..do
OnJuly 2,1973 lO— Jan. and July 2.
do
On July 9, 1973 » . . Jan. and July 9
do
On July 16, 1973 9. Jan. and July 16
do
On July 19. 1973 " . Jan. and July 19.
do
On Aug. 23,1973 10. Feb. and Aue. 23
do
On Sept. 20,197310. Mar. and Sepi;. 20
do
On Dec. 3,1973 10.. June and Dec, 3 . . . . . . . . d o
On June 25,1974 9. Jmie and Dec. 25
do
On July 8, 1974 9.. Jan. and July 8
....do
On July 15, 1974 9. Jan. and July 15
do...
On June 26,1976 9. June and Dec. 25
do
On July 7,1975 9.. Jan. and July 7
do.
On July 14,1976 9. Jan, and July 14
do.
On June 25,1976 9. June and Dec. 25
do
On July 7,1976 9... Jan. and July 7
....do..
On July 14,1976 9.. Jan. and July 14
do
On Sept. 15,1976 lO-Mar. and Sept. 16do
- On June 27, 1977 9. June and Dec. 27
do
On Apr. 7,1978 9.. Apr. and Oct. 7
do...
On July 7,1978 9... Jan. and July 7
do
On Oct. 6, 1978 9... Apr. and Oct. 6
do
On Feb. 7, 1979 9.. Feb. and A'ag. 7
do..
On Mar. 7, 1979 9.. Mar. and Sept. 7
do
On Apr. 6,19799.. Apr. and Oct. 6
...do

$200,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
150,000.000.00
200,000,000.00
-22,353,762.68
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00.
200,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
158,373,190.59
600,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
10,687,726,943.27

-

$200,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
209,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
22,353,752.68
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
158,373,190.59
600,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
10,687,726,943.27

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5.28% foreign cm-rency
series.8
5.15% foreign currency
series.8
6.73% foreign currency
series.8
6.16% foreign currency
series. 8
6.35% foreign currency
ser ies. 8
6.65% foreign currency
series.8
5.45% foreign currency
series.8
6.65% foreign cmrency
series.8
6.26% foreign currency
series.8
6.25% foreign cm'rency
series.8
4.85% foreign currency
series.8
3.05% foreign currency series. 8
4.80% foreign currency series.8
4.60% foreign currency series.8
4.15% foreign currency series.8
4.77% foreign cmrency series.
5.67% foreign cmrency series.8
4.55% foreign currency series.

July 3,1967

On July 3,1972 lo.. Jan. and July 3 . . . 163.3987 Deutsche

June 1,1971

On 2 days' notice; Mar. and Sept, 1. 391.4680 Swiss
on Sept. 1,1972.
francs.
On Oct. 2,1972 lo.. Apr. and Oct. 2 . . 3,267.9739
Deutsche
raarks.
On Oct. 6, 1972 lo.. Apr. and Oct. 6- 391.4660 Swiss
francs.
On Nov. 6,1972 lo. May and Nov. 6..
do

Apr. 1, 1968
July 6, 1971
Aug. 6, 1971
Aug. 19, 1971
Sept. 10, 1971
Sept. 13, 1971
June 24, 1971
Oct. 8, 1971
Oct. 29, 1971
.\ng. 19, 1969
Dec. 9,1971
Jan. 5,1972.
Jan. 17,1972
May 18,1972
Aug. 27, 1971
May 30, 1972

2.061% foreign currency se- Oct. 2, 1969...
ries.*
Total notes, foreign currency series.
Footnotes at end of table.




On Nov. 20, 1972.. May and Nov. 20. 427.0539 Swiss
francs.
On Dec. 11,1972 lo. June and Dec. 11. 391.4660 Swiss
francs.
On Dec. 13, 1972.. June and Dec. 13.
do..
On Dec. 22,1972 lo. June and Dec. 22.. 3,267.9739 Swiss
francs.
On Jan. 8,1973
Jan. and July 8.... 391.4860 Swiss
francs.
-. On Jan. 29, 1973 lO. Jan. and July 29-.
do
On Feb. 19,
1973.10
On Mar. 9,
1973.10
On Apr. 5,
1973.10
On Apr. 17,
1973.10
On Aug. 20,
1973.10
On Aug. 27,
1973.10
On Aug. 30,
1973.10
On Oct. 2,
1973.10

Feb. and Aug. 19. 3.267.9739
Deutsche
marks.
Mar. and Sept. 9. 391.4660 Swiss
Apr. and Oct. 5 . . 3,920.1000 Swiss
francs.
Apr. and Oct. 17- 3,888.0000 Swiss
francs.
Feb. and Aug. 20. 386.5200 Swiss
francs.
Feb. and Aug. 27. 391.4660 Swiss
francs.
Feb. 28-Aug. 30.. 386.7000 Swiss
francs.
Apr. and Oct. 2 . . 3,267,9739
Deutsche
raarks.

163,000,000.00

76, 500,000.00

76, 500,000. 00

28,099,500.00 .

28,099, 500.00

153,000,000. 00 .

153, 000,000.00

57,476, 260.00 .

57,476, 250.00

28,099, 600.00 .

28,099, 500.00

30,854, 000.00 -

30, 654, 000.00

274,608, 760.00 .

274, 608, 760.00

25,646, 000.00 .

25, 645, 000.00

153,000,000.00 -

153,000, 000.00

,600.00 .
33, 208,

33, 208, 500.00

.600.00 .
43,428,

43, 426, 500.00

153,000, 000.00 .

163,000. 000.00

111,120,750.00 .

Ill, 120, 750.00

24,738, 587.10 .

24, 738, 687.10

147,890,946. 60 .

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33,374,728.35 .

33,374, 728.35

345,363, 291. 00 .

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345,363, 291.00

33,704,962.04 .

33,704, 962.04

153,000,000.00 .

153,000, 000.00

1,982,311, 254. <

76, 500,000. 00

1,905,811, 254.99

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TABLE 28.—Descnption of puhlic debt issues outstanding, June SO, 1972—Continued
Description

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
date

A v e r a g e price
received ( p e r $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2
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Public Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Cpntinued
Treasmy bonds:
33^% T r e a s m y b o n d s

- - D e c . 23, 1969

33;^% T r e a s m y b o n d s

J u l y 1, 1970.

33?^% T r e a s u r y b o n d s . .

A p r . 1, 1971

O n D e c . 23,
1979.11"
O n J u l y 1,
1980.11
O n A p r 1,
1981.11

June and Dec. 23.. Par

$75,000,000.00.

Jan. and July 1

do

76,000,000.00 .

...do

100,000,000.00 .

100,000, 000.00

250,000,000.00 .

250,000,000.00

U . S . r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s F i r s t d a y of each
(corapounded seraiannually) :i2' m o n t h .
3.75%.
J a n . 1963 t o
-:•May:1966.

6.00%
5.00%
5.00%
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except i n case
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Par.

19,803,035. 64

$4, 588, 675.30

15, 214,360.34
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do

.do..
do
do
do

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25,934,997.69

2,931,184,64

23, 003,812. 95

do..
do..
do..

7, 513,919.45
7,906, 259.39
1,655, 600.00
79,050. 00

230,997. 64
100,871.38
12,000.00
23,041.17

7, 282,921.81
7,805,388.01
1,643.600.00
56,008.83

62,892,862.07

. „ J u n e 1966 t o
D e c . 1969.
J a n . 1,1970
J a n . 1,1971
J a n . 1, 1972

7,886,770.13

55,006,091.94

Pi

21,915, 600. 00

d

Total
U.S. retirement
plan bonds.
Depositary b o n d s : '
2% F i r s t Series

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75,000,000. 00

A p r . a n d Oct. 1

Total Treasury bonds

4.15%..

$75, 000,000. 00

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Various d a t e s
from J u l y 1960.

A t option of
U n i t e d States
or owner u p o n
30 t o 60 d a y s '
notice; 12 y r s .
from issue d a t e .

J u n e a n d D e c . 1—. P a r .

357,851,000.00

336,936,600.00

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1960.

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1
4

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for m a r k e t a b l e
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do

A p r . a n d Oct. 1.

do
Exchange at p a r - -

Subtotal

T o t a l U . S . savhigs n o t e s . .

2,309,169,000. 00

451,397, 500.00 .
14, 879,956,500. 00 .

15,331,354,000.00 .

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J u l y 3, 1972.
J u n e l S , 1 9 7 2 . . . . . .. O n d e m a n d ; on
1% certificates
D e c . 16, 1972.
4.36% certificates
A p r . 13,1972
, O n d e m a n d ; on
J a n . 2,1973.
, J u n e 30,1972
3.60% certificates
. On demand; on
J u n e 30,1973.
T o t a l T r e a s u r y certificates.

U . S . savings notes, series a n d
yield t o m a t u r i t y : i ^ '
S-1987, 4.74%
S-1968, 4.74% ( J a n . t o May) S-1968. 5.00% ( J u n e t o D e c ) .
S-1969, 6.00%
.
S-1970, 6.00%
.
Unclassified
-

9,902, 000. 00

67,168,000.00

Total Treasury
bonds
i n v e s t m e n t series.
T r e a s u r y certificates:
3.849% certificates

47, 268,000. 00

16,331,354, 000.00 " 13,022,185,000. 00

Treasury bonds, investment
series: '
2 ^ % Series B-1976-80
A p r . 1,1951

. Jan. and July 1 . .

Apr.3,1971

F i r s t d a y of each
month.
M a y t o D e c . 1967... After l y r . i 8
J a n . t o M a y 1968..
do
J u n e to D e c . 1988.
do--J a n . t o D e c . 1969..
do
J a n . t o J u n e 1970... . - . . d o

July 3,1972.-

.-Par

-.-

1, 000,163.34 .

1, 000,183. 34

284,953.28 .

264,953.28

D e c . 15, 1972

do

Jan. and July 2 . . .

do

66,993.351.36 .

66,993,351. 35

J u n e 30,1973

do

377,988,434.38 .

377,968,434. 38

448,226,902.35 .

446, 226, 902. 35

. After 4>^ years i ^ .. 8 1 .
do,.
do
do
do

do
do
do
do.

127,680,196. 63
112,844,024.40
207,124,158. 81
397, 405,366.15
114,787,565.35
-30

68,346, 248. 21
54, 662,722. 20
92,498,461.93
149,714, 098.04
39,896,601.14

959,741,311. 04

405,118,121.52

(18)

69,233,948. 42
58,181,302. 20
114,625,706.88
247,691,268.11
74,890,964.21
-30

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554, 623,189. 52

Footnotes at end of table.




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Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
or payable i
date

Average price
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amoimt retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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INTEREST-BEARING DEBT »
—Continued

o

Fublic Issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds, series and First day of each
approximate yield to maturity
month.

(%).»'

E-1941, 38.97%, "
E-1942, 3.693% 2
0
E-1943, 3.506% 2
0
E-1944, 35.84% 2
0
E-1945, 3.656% 20
E-1946, 3.758% 20
E-1947, 3.830% 20..
E-1948, 3.907% 2
0
......
E-1949, 4.030% 20
E-1960, 4.128% 20.
E-1961, 4.191% 2
0
E-1952, 3.610% (Jan. to Apr.)
E-1962, 3.677% 20 (May to
Dec).

E-1963, 3.762% 20
E-1954, 3.888% 2
0




May to Dec. 1941.
Jan. to Dec. 1942..
Jan. to Dec. 1943.
Jan. to Dec. 1944.
Jan. to Dec. 1945.
Jan. to Dec. 1948..
Jan. to Dec. 1947Jan. to Dec. 1948.
Jan. to Dec. 1949Jan. to Dec. 1950..
Jan. to Dec. 1961..
Jan. to Apr. 1952.
May to Dec. 1952-.

Jan. to D e c 1953.
Jan. to D e c 1954.

On demand at
Sold at a discount
option of owner;
payable at par
, 10 years from
on maturity.
issue date but
may be held for
additional
period i9
..-.do-..-.
76
'"-"dol "-.".'-I-I ..—do
do.-do
dodo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
..—do
do
do
do
do
—-do-.do-.do
do..
do-.:.
do-..
do
do
do....
do
do
On demand at
.-do
do--_
option of owner;
9 years, 8
months from
issue date but
may be held for
additional
period."
.....do
-do-do...
do
-do-do--.

ZP

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pi
$1,913,757, 982.87
- 8,439,502, 071.47
13,665, Oil, 483.65
15,833,158, 293.61
12,465,367, 68L83
5,675,972, 992.48
6,404,211. 784.02
6,600,418, 412.17
6,652,095, 745.57
4,868,094, 586.28
4,211,195, 797.06
1,445,780, 814.47
2,964,974, 114.07

$1,722,900, 102.18
7,593,347, 180.26
12,236,853, 993.33
14,208,481, 347.92
11,035,636, 413.17
4,867,896, 305.03
4,501,225, 198.74
4,686,308 480.99
4,470,388, 405.28
3,887,613, 820.21
3,345,190, 396.00
1,146,209, 989.29
2,334,373, 703.36

$190,867,880.69
846,154,891. 22
1,328,157,490.32
1,624,696,945.69
1,429,721,268.66
808,076,687.45
902,986.585.28
1,014,109,931.18
1,081,709,340.29
766.07
1,000, 480,
866,005,401.06
299,570,825.18
630,600,410.71

t
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W
1^

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d
pi
6,045,600,337.27
6,146,788,177.67

3,904,369,487.33
3,926,969,699.40

1,141,230,849.94
1,219,828,478.27

E-1955, 3.978% 20
E-1956, 4.142% 20
E-1957, 4.230% (Jan.)
E-1957, 4.368% 20 ( F e b . - to
Dec).

J a n t o D e c . 1956
do
J a n . t o D e c 1966
do
J a n . 1957
do
F e b . to D e c 1957.. O n d e m a n d a t
o p t i o n of owner;
8 years, 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.19
E-1958, 4.484% 20
J a n . to D e c . 1958.
—do
E-1959,4.670% (Jan. t o M a y ) . J a n . t o M a y 1959do
E-1959, 4.672% 20 ( J u n e t o J u n e to D e c . 1959-. O n d e m a n d a t
Dec).
option of owner;
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
period. 1
9
E-1960, 4.644% 20
J a n . t o D e c 1980
do
E-1961, 4.746% 20
J a n . to D e c 1961
do
E-1982, 4.825% 20
J a n . t o D e c 1982
do
E-1963, 4.890% 2 0 . . . .
J a n . to D e c 1963
do
E-1984, 4.473% 20
J a n . t o D e c 1964
do
E-1985, 4.427% 20 (Jan. t o J a n . t o N o v . 1965
do
Nov.).
E-1985, 4.600% (Dec.)
D e c 1965
On demand at
option of owner;
7 years from
issue d a t e b u t
m a y b e held for
additional
period. i9
E-1968, 4.654%
J a n . to D e c . 1966..
-do
J a n . t o D e c 1967.
E-1967, 4.826%
do--do
E-1968,4.980% (Jan. t o M a y ) . J a n . t o M a y 1968
E-1988, 5.091% ( J u n e t o J u n e to D e c . 1968
do
Dec).
do.
E-1969,5.200% (Jan. t o M a y ) . J a n . to M a y 1969

.......do
...do
.......do
-.do

-do--do.-do.-

.....

...do....
do
—do
..do

.do.
.-do.
-do-

1,313,847,432.43
1,304,838,478.58
116,239.959.00
1,163,104, 381.45

6,362,961,230.61
5,184,918,935.83
433,028,809.21
4,456,147,703.98

4,049,113,798. 08
3,880,080,457. 25
316,788,850. 21
3, 293,043,322. 53

4,781,220,868.96
1,923,270,146.84
2, 561,813,382.60

3,432,041, 213.79 ^ J 1,349,179,665.16
1,364,616,117.62 j
558,654,029. 22
1.815,710,739.691 J " 746,102,643.01

i
-do-.
-do.
.-do.
-do..do.

.-do-

-do-..do--do.-do-.
-do-,
-do..

4,608,778,100.47
4,690,496,678.57
4,458,481,868.20
6,000,898,708.00
4,874,127, 244.48
4,296,232,383.45

3,101,433, 263. 64
3,031,179,700.88
2,852,234.826.15
3,001,409,079.33
2,918,174.675.66
2,564,480,730.90

1,407,344,838.93
1,559,316,977.69
1,606,247,040.06
1,999,489,828.87
1,956,952,668.82
1,731,751,652.55

..do.

-do..

444, 285,818. 01

258,772,088.41

185,513,727.80

..do.-do—do.-do-

-do.-do.
-do.
.-do.

5,114, 505,709.89
6,084,678, 656.72
2,044,883,814.98
2,763,303,024.69

2,925,104,705.16
2,867,416,469.34
1,119,329,593.66
1,537,683,101.13

2,189,401,004.73
2,207,262,087.38
926,554, 221.42
1,225,719,923.56

...do.

-do

1,925,348,749,42

1, 014,265, 212.94

911, 093, 536. 48

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F o o t n o t e s at e n d of table.




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TABLE 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding, June SO, 1972—Continued
Description

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payinent
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A n i o u n t issued

A r a o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2
Pi

I N T E R E S T - B E A R I N G D E B T a—
Continued
Public

o

Issues—Continued

Nonmarketable—Continued
U . S . savings b o n d s , series a n d
a p p r o x i m a t e yield to m a t u r i t y F i r s t d a y of each
(%) i5f—Continued
month.
E-1969, 6.427% ( J u n e t o J u n e t o D e c . 1 9 6 9 - . O n d e m a n d a t
Sold a t a d i s c o u n t
Dec).
option of owner;
payable at par
on m a t u r i t y .
5 years 10 m o s .
from issue d a t e
b u t m a y be held
for additional
period.i9
....do
E-1970,5.460% ( J a n . t o M a y ) . J a n . t o M a y 1 9 7 0 . . .
do
E-1970,5.500% ( J u n e t o Dec.) J u n e to D e c 1970
..do
.....do
1....
.do.
E-1971, 5 . 5 0 0 % . . . .
1 J a n . t o D e c . 1971.
....do
....
-do
E-1972, 5.500%
J a n . t o J u n e 1972..
....do
Unclassified
sales
and
redemptions.

o
2. 591,695,742.03

J u n e to D e c 1952. O n d e m a n d at
o p t i o n of owner
9 years 8
m o n t h s from
issue date.21
H-1953, 3.643% 2 0 . . . .
J a n . t o D e c . 1953.
do
H-1954, 3.733% «o_
J a n . t o D e c . 1954.
do
H-1955, 3.821% 20_,..
J a n . t o D e c . 1955.
do
H-1956, 3.953% 2 0 . . . .
J a n . t o D e c . 1956.
do
do
H-1957, 4.030% ( J a n . ) .
J a n . 1957
H-1957, 4.244% 20 ( F e b . t o F e b . to D e c . 1957. O n d e m a n d a t
o p t i o n of owner;
Dec)
10 years from
issue date.21
H-1958, 4.349% 20
J a n . t o D e c 1958.
do
do
H-1959,4.430% ( J a n . t o M a y ) . J a n . to M a y 1959.




1,259,072,131. 22

ZP

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.....do.
do.
do.
do.

Semiannually

1,929,450,990.18
2,790,429,979.61
6,410,814,316.89
2,558,136,412.50
29,841,874.13

888,631,402.98
1, 212,448,843.90
1,773,300.338.65
318,155,775. 00
18 1,197,116. 28

1,040,819, 587. 20
1,577,981,135.71
3,637,513,978.24
2,239,980,637.50
28,644,757.85

183,230,671,120.63

134,605,857,556.17

pi

48,624,813,564.46

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Total S e r i e s E .
I-I-1952, 3.573% 20

1,332,623.610.81

Par.

191,480,500.00

151, 698, 000. 00

39, 782,500. 00

do...
do...
do...
...do...
do...
do...

.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do..
.do..

470, 500,500.00
877,689,500.00
1,173,084,000.00
893,176,000.00
64, 506,000.00
567,682,000.00

356,749, 500. 00
665,061, 500.00
873,086, 500. 00
623,730,000.00
41,964,000.00
365,146,000. 00

113, 751,000. 00
212, 628,000.00
299, 997,500.00
269,446,000.00
22, 542,000.00
202, 536,000. 00

..do...
-.do...

.do.,
.do..

890, 252,500. 00
356,319,500.00

592,871,500. 00
217, 767, 500.00

297,381,000. 00
138, 552,000.00

pi
ZP

d

H-1959, 4.486% 20 ( J u n e t o
Dec).
H-1960,4.522% 20
H-1961, 4.585%, 20
H-1962, 4.137% 20
H-1963, 4.262% 20
H-1964, 4.394%, 20_
H-1965, 4,536% 29 ( J a n . t o
Nov.).
H-1965, 4.810% (Dec.)
H-1966, 4.848%
H-1967, 4.982%
H-1988, 5.070% ( J a n . to M a y ) .
H-1968, 5.153% ( J u n e
to
Dec).
H-1969,5.240% ( J a n . t o M a y ) .
H-1969, 5.445%
(June to
Dec).
H-1970,5.470% ( J a n . to M a y ) .
H-1970, 5.500% ( J u n e t o
Dec).
H-1971, 5.500%
H-1972, 5.500%
Unclassified sales a n d redemptions.
T o t a l Series H

J u n e t o D e c . 1959..

do

-...do

do-.

Jan. to D e c I960..
J a n , t o D e c 1981..
J a n . t o D e c 1962...
J a n . t o D e c 1963...
J a n . t o D e c 1964..
J a n . t o N o v , 1965..

do
do
do
do
do..
do

--.do
--.do
.-.do
-...do
— -do.
....do

do
do
do
do
do
do

D e c 1966
do
J a n . t o D e c 1966..
do
J a n . t o D e c 1967..
do
J a n . t o M a y 1968...
do
J u n e t o D e c 1968... - - - d o

....do
..-.do
-.-.do
---.do
.-..do.

J a n . to May 1969..
J u n e t o D e c . 1969.

do
do

-.-.do..
-...do-...

J a n . t o M a y 1970..
J u n e t o D e c 1970.

do
do

.

J a n . t o D e c 1971... - - - . d o
.
J a n . t o J u n e 1972...
do

-.-.do
---do.
---do...
..-.do

205,420,000. 00

156,993, 000. 00

616, 605, 500. 00
495, 220,500. 00
366,149, 500.00
297,198,500.00
233,134,000.00
168,868,000.00

490, 262,000. 00
546,358,500. 00
490, 609, 500. 00
475,769, 500. 00
438,446,500.00
371,341,000.00

45,882,000.00
635,272,000.00
525,981,500.00
198,986,000.00
231,928,000.00

12,335,000. 00
170,860,500.00
120,944,000.00
37,404,000.00
38,816,000.00

33,347,000.00
464,411.600.00
405,017,600.00
161, 562,000.00
193,113,000.00

do
do

- .

362,413,000.00
1,006,767,500.00
1,041,579,000.00
856,759,000.00
772,968,000.00
671,580,500.00
640,209,000.00

164,694,000.00
192,527,500.00

23,756,000. 00
18,726,000.00

140,838,000.00
173,801, 600. 00

do-...
do

175,537,000.00
212,789,500.00

11,679,000. 00
10,013,000. 00

163,858,000.00
202, 756,500. 00

do
do

513,468,000.00
313,033,000.00
16,632,500.00

12,493,500. 00
529,000. 00
831,000. 00

600, 974,500. 00
312,50i, 000.00
15,801, 500.00

do
do
do
do.
do

--.
.----

.--.
.---. . . .
----.-.-

....

13,963.337,500.00

6, 628,956,500. 00

7,334,381,000.00

T o t a l U . S . savings b o n d s

. . . . 197,194,008,620.63

141,234,814,056.17

65,959,194,564.46

T o t a l u n m a r k e t a b l e issues

. . . . 233,942,962,438.42

155,351,706,447.82

. . . . 508,406,893,088.42

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78,591, 256,990. 60

Total pubhc issues...

^

172,626,366,347. 82 335, 780,526, 740. 60

Special I s s u e s •
Civil service retirement fund:
Notes'.
TH% Series 1977...
QWp Series 1976
61/8% Series 1978
6 ^ % Series 1979
6 ^ % Series 1975
4 ^ % Series 1974

.Tune 30,1970.
June 30, 1989.
June 30,1971.
June 30, 1972.
June 30,1968.
June 30, 1987.

R e d e e r a a b l e after
1 year from
issue date and
payable on
June 30:
1977
1976
1978
1979
1975
1974

X

June 30-Dec. 3 1 . . . Par
do
do.
do..
do.
do
dodo
dodo
do-

2,951,729,000.00
2,909,257,000.00
6,835,123,000.00
4,009,870,000.00
1,628,319,000.00
1,768,171,000.00

2,951,729,000.00
2,909,257,000.00
6,835,123,000.00
4,009,870,000.00
1,628,319,000.00
1,758,171,000.00

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Description

Date

W h e n redeemable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest p a y m e n t
date

A v e r a g e price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

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A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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I N T E R E S T - B E A R I N G D E B T a—
Continued

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Special I s s u e s — C o n t i n n e d
C i v i l service r e t i r e m e n t f u n d : — C o n t .
Bonds:
4 h % Series 1973
41/8% Series 1 9 7 4 . ^ - . . ^ . ^
4 H % Series 1976
43/8% Series 1976
41/8% Series 1977
4i/g%, Series 1978
4 H % Series 1979
41/8%) Series 1980
3 ^ % Series 1973
3J^% Series 1974
37^% Series 1976
3>g% Series 1976
3ys% Series 1977
3J^% Series 1978
Z % % Series 1973
3 ^ % Series 1974
3 ^ % , Series 1975
3 ^ % Series 1978
3 ^ % Series 1977
E m p l o y e e s h e a l t h benefits f u n d :
Certificates:
3.76% Series 1972




Variousdates
from J u n e 30,
1964.
do
do.....—-..
do
do
do
do
do
J u n e 30,1963
do
do
do
do
do
Jxme 30,1962
do
do
do
do
Various dates
from J u n e 7,
1972.

On demand; on
J u n e 30:
1973
1974
1976
1976.
1977
1978
1979
1980
1973
1974
1976
1976
1977
1978
1973
1974
1976
1978
1977
J u l y 1, 1972

ZP

-dodo
do
do
do
do
do
do--ido
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
J u l y 1, 1972

Par..
dodododo.
dodododododododododododododoPar.

652,988,000.00 .

552,988,000.00

212,387,000.00
167,167,000.00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000.00
989,117,000.00
969,117,000.00
103,448,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
80,227,000.00
826,643,000.00
60,978,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
746,416,000.00

212,387,000.00
167,167,000,00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000.00
142,474,000.00
989,117,000.00
969,117,000.00
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
80,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
60,976,000.00
746,416,000.00

141,549,000. 00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
67,599,000.00

73,950,000. 00

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Employees life insurance fund:
Certificates:
3.76% Series 1972
Exchange Stabilization Fund:
Certificates:
3.65% Series 1972
Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation:
Certificates:
3.76% Series 1972
Federal disability insurance trust
fund:
Notes:
7 ^ % Series 1977
6K% Series 1976....
6J^% Series 1978
5M% Series 1979
b%% Series 1975
4M% Series 1974...
Bonds:
4H% Series 1979
4H% Series 1980
3>^% Series 1978
3M% Series 1974
3M%
3M%
3M%
2^%

Series
Series
Series
Series

1976
1976
1977
1974-

2%% Series 1976
Footnotes at end of table.




From June 5,1972.

-do..

..do..

.do..

25,198,000.00

From June 1, 1972.

-do..

-do..

.do..

1,436,934,648.80

12,687,273. 25

1,424,347,376.66

.do..

280,352,000.00

6,500,000.00

273,852,000.00

...do

June
Jmie
Jmie
June
Juhe
June

30,1970..
30, 1969..
30, 1971.,
30,1972..
30,1968.
30,1967.

Various dates
from June 30,
1964.
do
June 30,1963
Various dates
from Jmie 30,
1961.
do
do
do
Various dates
from June 30,
1969.
do
-

do
-do..
Redeemable after
1 year from date
of issue and
payable on
June 30:
1977—
June 30-Dec. 31
1976...
do
1978..J
do
1979
do
1976
do
1974.-..
..-do
On demand; on
June 30:
1979
1980
1978
1974-..1976
1976
1977.
1974
1976..

do
do
do
....do
do
do
do
do.........
.do..

do.
do.
do.
do.
.--do.
do

1,394,488,000.00
1,151,608,000.00
1,284,249,000.00
1,058,617,000.00
583,612,000.00
309,178,000.00

26,198,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.

1,394,466,000.00
1,151,608,000.00
1, 284,249,000. 00
1,068,617,000.00
683,612,000.00
309,178,000.00

do

153,832,000.00 .

153,632,000.00

do..
do..
do..

125,606,000.00 .
153,632,000.00 .
20,738,000.00 .

125,608,000.00
163,632,000.00
20,738,000. 00

do.
do.
do.
do.

20, 738,000. 00 .
153,632,000.00 .
63,632,000. 00 .
132,894,000. 00

20,738,000.00
163,632,000. 00
163,632,000. 00
426, 000. 00

.do..

132,894, 000. 00 .

ZP

132,469,000.00

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TABLE 28.—Description of public debt issues outstaiiding, June SO, 1972—Continueci
Description

Date

W h e n redeeraable
or p a y a b l e i

Interest payraent
date

Average price
received (per $100)

A m o u n t issued

A m o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

I N T E R E S T - B E A R I N G D E B T «Continued

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Special I s s u e s - - C o n t i n u e d

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F e d e r a l horae loan b a n k s :
Certificates:
3.76% Series 1972.
Federal
fund:

hospital

insurance

Various dates
from J u n e 1,
1972,

F e d e r a l old-age a n d s u r v i v o r s
s m a n c e t r u s t fund:
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

1977
1976
1978
1979.
1975
1974

Bonds:
4 H % Series 1978..
4 1 ^ % Series 1979..
4 H % . Series 1980..
33^% Series 1977-.




J u l y 1,1972.

.do-

81,605,000,00

19,643,000. 00

61, 962,000.00

R e d e e m a b l e after
1 year from
issue date; p a y able on J u n e 30:

trust

Notes:
J u n e 30,1970.
Tys% Series 1977
J u n e 30,1969.
6 K % Series 1976
J u n e 30,1971.
6 H % Series 1978
J u n e 30,1972.
5 K % Series 1979
Federal Housing Administration:
R e n t a l housing assistance fund:
Certificates:
J u n e 1,1972
3.76%, Series 1972

7^%
. 6M%
63^%
5M%
6^%
4K%

J u l y 1,1972

.
.
.
,
.

Jmie
June
June
June
Jime
June

30,1970.
30, 1969.
30,1971.
30,1972.
30,1968.
30,1967.

Various dates
from J u n e 30,
1964.
do.
do
J u n e 30, 1963

1977..
1976..
1978..
1979..

J u l y 1,1972
R e d e e m a b l e after
1 y e a r from
issuedate;
p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:
1977
1976
1978
1979
1975
1974
On demand on
J u n e 30:
1978

1977.

o
W

Jmie 30-Dec 31.
do
do
do

.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do..

919,358,000.00
729,200,000.00
931,182,000.00
537,999,000.00

J u l y 1, 1972..

.do..

2,743,000.00

283,781,000.00

919,358,000. 00
445,419,000. 00
931,182,000. 00
537,999,000.00

ZP
Q

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&
>^
>
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2, 743,000. 00

o
1^

J u n e 30-Dec, 3 1 .
do
do
do...
do..

.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do..

5,033,296,000.00
3,844,864,000.00
3,468,850,000.00
3,102,896,000.00
2,460,795,000.00
2,720,279,000.00

do..

.do..

421,567,000.00

.do...
.do...
.do...

.do.,
.do..
.do..

1,080,011,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .
1,080,011,000.00 .

do

---

.
.
.
.
.

5,033, 296,000.00
3,844,864,000. 00
3,468,860,000.00
3,102,896,000.00
2,460,795,000.00
2,720, 279,000.00
421, 567,000. 00
1,080, Oil, 000. 00
1,080, Oil, 000.00
1,080, Oil, 000.00

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ZVs%
3M%
3M%
2H%

Series
Series
Series
Series

1978
1975
1976
1973

2 ^ % Series 1974
2 ^ % Series 1975
F e d e r a l Savings a n d L o a n I n s m a n c e
Corporation:
Certificates:
3.76% Series 1972

Federal supplementary
medical
i n s m a n c e t r u s t fund:
Notes:
6J^8% Series 1978
6 M % Series 1979—
F o r e i g n service r e t i r e m e n t fund:
7 H % Series 1977..
QWVo Series 1976
6 H % Series 1 9 7 8 . . .
6M% Series 1979
4 % Series 1973
4%, Series 1974
4 % Series 1975
Bonds:
4%
4%
4%
4%
4%
4%
4%
4%

Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series

1976
1977
1978....
1979
1980.
1981....
1982...
1983.

.

do
June 30,1981-...
--do
V a r i o u s dates
from J u n e 30,
1959
do.
do

Various dates
from J u n e 1,
1972.

June 30,1971..
J u n e 30,1972..
J u n e 30,1970.
J u n e 30,19691.
J u n e 30,1971..
J u n e 30,1972..
A p r . 3 0 , 1969..
.do.
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
.do.
do.
..do.
.do.

1978
1975
1976
1973

do.
do.
do.
do.

do
do
do
do

658,444,000.00
160,077,000.00
1,080, Oil, 000.00
1,133,000,000.00

1974.
1976.

-do-,
-do..

do
do

1,133,000,000.00
919,934,000.00

J u l y l , 1972
Redeemable
after 1 y e a r
from d a t e of
issue a n d
p a y a b l e on
J u n e 30:
1978..
19791977
1976
1978
1979
1973
1974
1975.
On demand; on
J u n e 30:
1976
1977
1978
1979...
1980..
1981
-.
1982.
1983

J u l y l , 1972-

Par

198,628,000,00
62,989,000. 00

658,444,000,00
160,077,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
934,472,000.00
1,080, Oil, 000.00
919,934,000. 00

138,862,000.00

138,862,000.00

ZP

J u n e 30-Dec. 31
do

do.
do-

264,641,000.00
232,150,000.00 .

8,716,000. 00

245,925,000. 00
232,150,000. 00

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.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.

..do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.

6,721,000.00 .
6,082,000.00 .
4,454,000.00 .
9,125,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .

6,721,000.00
5,082,000.00
4,464,000.00
9,125,000. 00
3,017,000. 00
3,017,000. 00
3,017,000. 00

.do.
.do.
-do.
-do.do.
.do.do.
.do.

.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.

3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .
3,017,000.00 .

3,017,000.00
3,017,000. 00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3, 017,000. 00
3,017,000. 00

.do.

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TABLE 28.—Description of puhlic debt issues outstanding June SO, 1972—Continued
Description

INTEREST-BEARING
—Continued

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 r a o u n t retired

Amount
outstanding 2

DEBT»

Pi
^T3

Special I s s u e s — C o n t i n u e d

G o v e r n m e n t hfe i n s u r a n c e fund:
T}4% Series 1977
8% Series 1978
6 M % Series 1978
534% Series 1975
5 H % Series 1979
Bonds:
4 H % Series
4 ^ % Series
^ 3 K % Series
3M% Series
3 M % Series
W 8 % Series

1978
1979...
1973
1974
1975
1976.

3 ^ % Series 1977
3 ^ % Series 1978
33^% Series 1973
33^%, Series 1974
3 K % Series 1976
33^% Series 1977
H i g h w a y t r u s t fund:
Certificates:
5% Series 1973

-

June 30,1970-..
June30,1969-..
Jime 30,1971.-June 30,1968..June 30,1972.J u n e 30, 1967.—
..do
J u n e 30, I 9 6 0 - - .
do
do
..
Various dates'
from J u n e 30,
1964.
..do
do.-Various dates
from F e b . 1,
1960.
do
'..
do.
do
J u n e 30; 1 9 7 2 . . .

N a t i o n a l service life insurance fund:'
Notes:
''
.
73^% Series 1977
J u n e 30,1970.
6}4% Series 1976
June.30, 1969.




Redeemable
after 1 year
from issue date
and payable on
June 30:
1977
1976
1978
1976
1979
On deraand; on
June 30:
1978
1979
1973
1974
1975
1976..
.-.

O

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O
.—do-.
.—do-- - - - :
—do-.
..-do-. - : - —do-- —
....do--..do--...do-- ....do-. ...-do-....-do--

do

29,984,000.00
32,638,000.00
111,949,000.00
64,366,000.00
32,162,000.00

do
do
dodo
do
do

25,656,000.00
2,912,000.00
670,000.00
670,000.00
73,770,000.00
6,971,000.00

25,656,000.00
2,912,000.00
670,000.00
670,000.00
73,770,000.00
5,971,000.00

----doi---------doi"--i--

29,964,000.00
32,638,000.00
111,949,000.00
64,365,000.00
32,162,000.00

-

ZP

-...
.:

1977..
1978..
1973.

.do-do..do-

-do-do.do-

23,807,000.00
48,214,000.00
73,100,000.00

23,807,000.00
48,214,000.00
73,100,000.00

1974..
1976..
1977..

-do-do.do-

-do_
-do-do-

73,100,000,00
67,799,000.00 .1
49,983,000.00

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o

73,100,000.00
67,799,000.00
49,963,000.00

W

1973
.edeemable after
1 year from
date of issue
and payable on
June 30:
1977
1976

do -

do

... .

4,458,381,000.00

- .

4,456,381,000.00

>

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d

Pi
K}

...do- — ...
...do:.:

.do.-..-.
do

689,007,000.00
305,419,000.00

569,007,000.00
305,419.000.00

5M% Series 1978
53^% Series 1975
5>^% Series 1979
Bonds:
434% Series 1981
3M% Series 1973
3 ^ % Series 1974
3M% Series 1975
35^% Series 1973
3^%
3^%
3H%
35^%

Series 1974...
Series 1975
Series 1976
Series 1977

3 ^ % Series 1978
35^%. Series 1979....
35^% Series 1980....
3H% Series 1978
3 ^ % Series 1976-...
334% Series 1977
33^% Series 1976
3% Series 1973
3% Series 1974
Postal Service fund:
Certificates:
3.76% Series 1972
6.12% Series 1972
Railroad retirement account:
Niotes'
7M% Series 1977
63^% Series 1976
63^% Series 1978
5%% Series 1975
5K% Series 1979
4M% Series 1974
Footnotes at end of table.




June 30, 1971.
June 30, 1968June 30, 1972June 30,1967--..
June 30, I960-...
do
do
Various dates
from June 30,
1965,
do.
...dodo
....do
Various dates
from June 30,
1965.
do
do
June 30,1963-...
June 30,1962
.do
June 30, 1961
Feb. 1, 1960
do
Various dates
from June 1,
1972.
July 1,1971

June 30,1970.
June 30,1969.
June 30,1971.
June 30,1968June 30,1972June 30, 1967.

.do.do.
-do-

-do-do-do-

1,091,044,000.00
332,597,000.00
481,013,000.00

1,091,044,000.00
332,597,000.00
481,013,000.00

-do-do-do-do-do-

1978
1975
1979

-do_
-do-do-do-do-

225,452,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
386,873,000.00
6,948,000.00

225,452,000.00
7,873,000.00
7,873,000.00
386,873,000.00
8,946,000.00

.do.
.do.do.
.do.

6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
7,512,000.00

6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
6,946,000.00
7,512,000.00

95,560,000.00

95,560,000.00

.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do-,
-do.,
.do..

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

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

-do-.

460,516,000.00

On demand; on
June 30:
1981
1973
1974
1975..
1973
1974
1975-..
1976
1977

On demand; on
June 30:
1978

do
do--do
do

June 30-Dec 31.

H-(

-do.,
-do..
.do.,
-do.,
.do.,
.do.,
.do.,
-do..

1979..
1980..
1978..
1976..
1977-.
1978-.
1973..
1974-.

July 1,1972

July 1,1972..

do
Redeemable after
1 year from
date of issue
and payable on
June 30:
1977
. .June
1976
1978
1975
1979
1974

do

30-Dec. 31
do
do
do
do
do

do.

.do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.

364,201,000.00

98,316,000.00

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867,000,000.00 .

867,000,000.00

847,447,000.00
647,948,000.00
819,501,000.00
482,623,000.00
796,856,000.00
416,402,000.00

847,447,000.00
647,948,000.00
819,501,000.00
482,623,000.00
796,856,000.00
122,264,000.00

294,138,000.00

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TABLE 28.—Description of public debt issues outstanding, June 30, 1972—Continued
Description

Date

When redeemable Interest payment
Average price
or payable i
date
received (per $100)

Amount issued

Amount retired

Amount
outstanding 2

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INTEREST-BEARING DEBTaContinued
Special Issues—Continued
Railroad retirement holding
account:
Certificates:
5M% Series 1973....
June 30,1972.
Railroad retirement supplemental
account:
Certificates:
5 ^ % Series 1973
do
Servicemen's group life insurance
fund:
Certificates:
5M% Series 1973
...do
'.
Unemployment trust fund:
Certificates:
5% Series 1973
do
Veterans' reopened insmance fund:
Notes*
7^%, Series 1973
June 30,, 1970.
7 ^ % Series 1974
do..
7H% Series 1975
do..
7H% Series 1976
do..
7H% Series 1977
do..
63^%) Series 1973
Jmie 30,, 1969.
634% Series 1974
do
63^%, Series 1975...
do
63/^% Series 1976
do
6H% Series 1973
June 30, 1971.
63^% Series 1974
do.
%ys% Series 1975
do.




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On demand; on
June 30:
1973
June 30-Dec. 31

W
Par.

$3,134,000.00 .

$3,134,000. 00
ZP

-do..

-do..

-do-

22,318,000.00 .

22,318,000. 00

.do..

.do..

-do-

11,361,000.00 .

11,361,000.00

..do.

.do..

7,185,886,000.00 .

7,185,886,000. 00

...do..do
do
.do
....do.
..do
....do.
.--.do.
..-do.
....do.
.--do
do

.do.,
.do..
.do.,
.do.,
.do.do.do..
.do.do.do..
.do.,
.do..

4,960,000.00 .
4,960,000.00 .
4,960,000.00 .
4,960,000.00 .
22,346,000.00 .
17,386,000.00 .
17,386,000.00 .
17,386,000.00 .
17,386,000.00 .
4,654,000.00 .
4,654,000.00 .
4,654,000,00 .

4,960,000. 00
4,960,000.00
4,960,000.00
4,960,000.00
22,346,000. 00
17,386,000.00
17,386,000.00
17,388,000.00
17,386,000.00
4,654,000.00
4,654,000.00
4,654,000.00

--.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:
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977.
1973
1974
1975
1976
1973
1974
. .
1975

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Kl

Qys% Series 1978
63^% Series 1977
63/g% Series 1978
5M% Series 1973
5K% Series 1974
5 ^ % Series 1975
5K% Series 1976
.
5M% Series 1977---l
5K% Series 1978
5M% Series 1979
Veterans' special life insurance fund:
Notes:
534% Series 1973
534% Series 1974
534% Series 1975
534% Series 1976
534% Scries 1977
5 ^ % Series 1978
634% Series 1979
5% Series 1973....
5% Series 1974
6% Series 1975
5% Series 1976
5% Series 1977
.
5% Series 1978
4 ^ % Series 1973
4M% Series 1974
4 ^ % Series 1975
4 ^ % Series 1976
4 ^ % Series 1977
4H% Series 1973
4H% Series 1974
4H%Seriesl975
4H% Series 1976
Total special issues
Total interest-bearing
debt outstanding




do
do
do
June 30, 1972
do
do
do
do....
do....
do
do
do
do
do
do
.-.do
do
June 30, 1971
do
do
do-_.
do
..do
June30, 1970
do
do
do.
do..
June 30, 1969
do
do
do

.--

..-

1978
1977
1978
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978..
1973..
1974
1975
1976..
1977
1973
1974
1975
1976

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do...
do
do
do
do...
do.
June 30-Dec. 3 1 . . .
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

-.

4,654,000.00
4,654,000.00
27,000,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
31,458,000.00

4,654,000.00
4,654,000.00
27,000,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
4,458,000.00
31,458,000.00

4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
46,862,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
41,861,000.00
3,473,000.00
3,473,000.00
3,473,000.00
3,473,000.00
38.124,000.00
34,651,000.00
34,651,000.00
34,651,000.00
34,651,000.00

4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
4,000,000.00
45,862,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
3,737,000.00
41,861,000.00
3,473,000.00
3,473,000.00
3,473,000.00
3,473,000.00
38,124,000.00
34,651,000.00
34,651,000.00
34,651,000.00
34,651,000.00

91,038,783,648.80
599,445,676,737.22

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Title

Amount
outstanding

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED
Old debt matured (issued"prior to Apr. 1,1917) 22 b
2>^% postal savings bonds «
First Liberty bonds, at various interest rates <
*
Other Liberty bonds and Victory notes, at various interest rates »
Treasury bonds, at various interest rates •
Adjusted service bonds of 1945 »
Treasury notes, at various interest rates »
Treasury savings notes »

Title

Amount
outstanding

MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED—Con.
23 $1,
377,240.26
23 123,140.00
23 475,300.00
4, 175,900.00
137, 692,750.00
756,500.00
60, 728,400.00
229,350.00

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Certificates of indebtedness, at various interest rates »
Treasury bihs a
Treasmy savings certificates a
U.S. savmgs bonds a.
Armed Forces leave bonds »

$74,150.00
122,300.00
46,107,000.00
23 68,325.00
38,952,099.05
4,228,925.00

Total matmed debt on which interest has ceased

285,109,379.31

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DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST
Special note of the United States (the note is nonnegotiable, bears no interest, and is payable on demand):
Intemational Monetarjr Fund series (issued pursuant to the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements Act, approved July 31, 1945 (22 U.S.C. 288e),
and under the authority of and subject to the provisions of the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended)
...-.....—.,.
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company Tax and Loss Bonds (issued pursuant to Sec. 832(e), Internal Revenue Code of 1964), These securities are exempt
from Sl 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 (Public Debt Act of 1942 (31 U,S.C. 757c))
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:
Firstseries
Second Series
Total excess profits tax refund bonds

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26,851,207.57
47,441,22L76

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342,570.20
238,029.19

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680,599.39

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 includes $60,000,000 authorized to be outstanding and amounts issued on deposits including reissues.)
2352,917.50
Fractional currency (acts of July 17, 1882 (12 Stat. 592); Mar. 3, 1863 (12 Stat, 711); June 30, 1864 (13 Stat. 220)). (The $368,724,080 issued mcludes $50,000,000
authorized to be outstanding and amounts issued on deposits including reissues.)—
23241,965,091.29
Legal tender notes (acts of Feb. 25, 1862 (12 Stat. 345); July 11, 1862 (12 Stat. 532); 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 to be outstanding $450,000,000.)
23 322,639,016.00
Oldseriescmrency (31 U.S.C. 912-916)
..23 4,657,912.00
Silver certificates (act of June 24,1967)
23 2 215,179,753.00
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National bank notes, redemption account (actof July 14, 1890 (31 U.S.C. 408))
23 2 20,008,860.50
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Thrift and Treasury savings stamps
Total debt bearmg no mterest

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23 3,697,214.76
1,620,763,630,76

SUMMARY
Gross debt (including $33,938,737,817.99 to finance expenditures of Government corporations for which securities of such corporations are held by the Treasury). 427,184,032,026.22
Debt of U.S. Government agencies
473,852,860.00
Total gross public debt and debt of U.S. Government agencies
427,657,884,876.22
Deduct debt not subject to statutory limitation 2
5
822,932,507.30
Add participation certificates (12 U.S.C. 1717(c))
1,465,000,000.00
Total debt subject to hmitation 25
428,499,952,368.92
1 Payable on date indicated except where otherwise noted. Where 2 dates are shown
for Treasury bonds, first date is earliest caU date and second date is maturity date.
2 Reconcihation by classification to the basis of daily Treasury statement is shown
in table 26.
» 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
biUs. This yield differs slightly from the yield on a true discount basis (365 or 366 days
a year) which is shown in the summary table 26.
4 In addition, $204,310,000 issued Mar. 8, 1972.
fi Represents strip of additional amount of outstanding Treasmy biUs, $204,310,000
matming July 8, 1972,
fl Redeemable at par and accrued interest to date of pa3mi6nt, at any time upon the
death of the owner at the option of the duly constituted representative of the deceased
owner's estate, provided entire proceeds of redemption are apphed to payment of
Federal estate taxes on such estate.
^ Of this amount $33,834,600 face amount was issued in exchange for Series F and G
savings bonds maturing in the calendar years 1983 and 1984, and $102,000 face amount
was Issued for cash.
8 The principal doUar equivalent of this security increased as a result of the revaluation of the Deutsche mark on Oct. 28, 1969. The increase in the principal amount will
be absorbed by the Exchange StabiUzation Fund upon redemption.
* Redeemable prior to maturity upon proper advance notice in which case the
Interest rates would be adjusted downward to reflect the shorter life of the obUgation.
10 Redeemable prior to maturity in whole or in part as per agreement.
1 These bonds are subject to call by the United States for redemption prior to
1
maturity.
1 Issued at par. Semiannual interest is added to principal.
2
1 May be exchanged at option of owner for marketable 13^ percent 6-year Treasury
8
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1 Includes $316,389,000 of securities received by Federal National Mortgage Associa4
tion in exchange for mortgages.
1* A m o u n t s issued a n d retired for Series E savings b o n d s a n d for savings notes inelude accrued discount; amounts outstanding are stated at current redemption value.
Amounts issued, retired, and outstanding for Series H are stated at par value.
18 Redeemable after 1 year from issue date at option of owner.
17 At option of owner, savings notes may be held and wiU accme interest for additional
10 years.
18 Unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s of savings notes are included i n unclassified r e d e m p t i o n s
of Series E savings b o n d s beginning May 1,1988.
" A t option of owner, b o n d s d a t e d M a y 1, 1941, t h r o u g h A p r . 1, 1952, m a y b e held
a n d wiU a c c m e interest for additional 30 years; b o n d s dated May 1,1952, through J a n . 1,
1957, m a y b e held a n d wlU accrue interest for additional 20 years; b o n d s d a t e d o n a n d
after F e b . 1,1957, m a y b e held a n d 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 If held from issue date to end of
appUcable extension period, computed on the basis of bonds outstanding June 30,1971.
(For details of srields by issue dates, see Treasury Circulars No. 853 (Eighth Revision)
for Series E and No. 906 (Fifth Revision) for Series H dated Dec. 12,1969.)
21 Bonds dated June 1,1952, through Jan. 1,1967, may be held and wlU earn Interest
for additional 20 years: bonds dated Feb. 1, 1967, through Nov. 1, 1965, may be held
and wiU earn interest for additional 10 years.
22 For detailed Information see 1956 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 31 and 32.
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change, the Secretary of the Treasury has declared, pmsuant to Section 1037(a) of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1954, that any gain or loss on account of the exchange may be
(a) Sept. 24,1917, as amended.
taken into account for Federal income tax pmposes either in the taxable year of the
(b) Various.
exchange or (except to the extent that cash was received) in the taxable year of disposition or redemption of the securities received in the exchange. Any gain to the extent
(c) June 25, 1910.
that cash was received by the subscriber (other than an interest adjustment) must be
(d) Apr. 24,1917.
recognized in the year of the exchange. For those securities included in the advance
refunding see table 29.
TAX STATUS:
(i) These issues, being investments of various Govemment funds and payable only
for the account of such funds, have no present tax liabhity.
(e) Treasury bills are not considered capital assets cmder the Intemal Revenue
Code of 1964. The difference between the price paid for the bills and the amount actuaUy received upon their sale or redemptioh at maturity for Federal income tax purMEMORANDUM RELATING TO OTHER SECURITIES:
poses is to be treated as an ordinary gam or loss for the taxable year in which
the transaction occurs.
Securities of the United States payable on presentation:
(f) Income derived from these securities is subject to aU taxes now or hereafter imU.S. registered interest checks payable
$10,633,764.38
posed under the Intemal Revenue Code of 1964.
U.S. interest coupons due and outstandihg
71,850,121.98
Interest payable with and accrued discount added to principal
Cg) In some cases any gain or loss derived from the exchange wUl be taken into
of U.S. securities3,760,196.72
account for Federal income tax purposes upon the disposition or redemption of the
new securities. See table 29 for securities involved.
Total
88,244,083.08
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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
T A B L E 29.—Securities issued in advance refunding operations

Date of exchange and description
of securities issued

June 23,1960:
3M% note. May 15, 1964-D
dys% bond. May 16, 1968
Oct. 3, 1960:
33^% bond, Nov. 16, 1980.
33^% bond, Feb. 15, 1990 *
31^% bond Nov 16 1998
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Mar. 30, 1961:
3H% bond, Nov. 16, 1968
3 ^ % bond, Nov. 15, 1967

Aniount
issued
(in
millions)

Securities exchanged

Price
Effec- Investper
$100
tive
ment
face yield 1 yield 2
value
Percent

3$3,893.3 23^% bond, Nov. 15, 1961....
3 320.3 2}^% bond, Nov. 16, 1961....

Percent

$100.00
100.00

3.75
3.88

4.24
4.14

3 643.4
3 992.7
/••'1,094.8
\3i,247.7
2,342.5

23*^% bond, June 15,1962-67..
2 ^ % bond, Dec. 15, 1963-68.
23^% bond, June 15, 1964-69...
23^% bond, D e c 16, 1964r-69.-

100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00

3.60
3.60
3.50
3.50

3.92
3.96
3.97
3,99

3 2,437.6
[31,131.3
^i,295.6
[31,176.7

23^% bond, Aug. 16, 1983
2 ^ % note, Feb. 15, 1963-A....
2M% bond, June 15, 1959-62.
2 ^ % bond, Dec. 15, 1959-62.

100.00
100.00
100. 00
100.30

3.38
3.62
3.62
3.57

3.83
3.75
3.76
3.75

102.26
103.50

3.34
3.25

4.18
4.15

99.00
100.25

3.66
3.49

4.23
4.21

98.00
99.00

3.60
3,55

4.19
4.19

100.00
102.00

4.00
3.76

4.11
4.10

100.25
101.25
101.50
101.76

3.98
3.43
3,42
3,40

4.20
4.21
4.21
4.19

I 3 180.5 2y^% bond, June 15, 1987-72..
23^%
Sept, 15, 1967-72.,
\ 3 419.5 23^% bond. D e c 15, 1967-72..
bond,
I 3333.4
933.4

100.00
100.25
100.50

3.60
3,49
3.48

4.19
4.19
4.17

3 772.4 33^% ctf., Feb. 15,1983-A..
'1,093.6 2 ^ % note, Feb. 15, 1963-A .
3 981.4 3M% note, Feb. 15, 1963-E3 952.6 3 ^ % ctf., May 15, 1963-B-> 1,300.9 3 ^ % note. May 15, 1963-D.
3180.9 4% note, May 15, 1963-B-..

99.50
99.90
99.60
99.60
99.60
99.00

3,86
3.77
3.84
3.84
3,85
3.98

3.81
3.80
3.81
3.81
3.81
3.83

99.30
99.70
99.40
99.40
99.40
98.80

4.09
4.04
4.07
4.07
4.08
4.15

4.06
4.05
4.06
4.06
4.06
4,07

3,603.6
Sept. 29, 1961:
33<^% bond, Nov. 15,1980 *

23^% bond, Mar. 15,1965-70.
f\'237*8 2 ^ % bond. Mar. 16,1966-71.
1,272.6

3K% bond. Mar. 16, 1990 «

23^%
Mar.
( l l ' ^ H 2)4% bond, Mar. 16,1965-70.
bond,
15,1968-71.
1,297.6

3j^% bond, Nov. 16, 1998 <

Mar. 16, 1965-70| 3 ^ ^ - ^ 23^% bond. Mar. 15, 1988-71.
21^% bond.
1,186.9

Mar. 9,1982:
4% bond, Aug. 15, 1971

3% bond, Feb. 15, 1964-.{3};65i;4 2 ^ % bond, Feb. 16,1965.
2,805.7

4% bond, Feb. 16,1980*
33^% bond, Feb. 15, 1990 <

3 562.6 25^% bond, Feb. 15,1965
f 3 233.2 23^% bond, June 15, 1967-72..
\ 3 344.6 23^% bond, Sept. 15, 1967-72.
1 3322.3 23^% bond, D e c 15, 1967-72..
900.1

Z}^% bond, Nov. 16,1998 *

Sept. 20, 1962:
3M% note, Aug. 15, 1967-A.

6,281.7
ZWo ctf., Feb. 15,1963-A..
2 ^ % note, Feb. 15,1983-A.
3M% note, Feb. 16, 1963-E.
334% ctf., May 16,1963-B.-.
334% note. May 16,1963-D.
4% note. May 16,1963-B-..

4% bond, Aug. 15,1972

2,578. 5
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TABLE 29.—Securities issued in advance refunding operations—Continued

D a t e of exchange a n d description
of secmities issued

Amount
issued
(in
mUlions)

Price
Securities exchanged

$100
face
value

zy2% ctf,, A u g . 16,1963-C
33^% ctf., N o v . 15, 1963-D
2 K % b o n d , X u g . 15, 1963
3 % b o n d , F e b . 15, 1964

$99. 50
99.70
99.90
99.90

Percent
3.78
3.71
3.65
3.65

Percent
3.66
3.64
3.65
3.63

33^% ctf., A u g . 15,1963-C
33^% ctf., N o v . 15, 1963-D
2 1 ^ % b o n d , A u g . 15,1963
3 % b o n d , F e b . 15,1964

98.90
99.10
99.30
99.30

4,03
4,00
3,97
3,97

3.97
3.96
3.97
3.98

3M% note, N o v . 1 5 , 1 9 6 5 - B . . . .
3 ^ % note, F e b . 15, 1 9 6 6 - B . . . .
3 % b o n d , A u g . 15, 1966.
3 H % b o n d , N o v . 16, 1966

98.60
98.30
100. 00
99.10

. 4,04
4,08
3.88
3.97

3.98
3.98
3.97
3.97

Zy2% ctf., A u g . 1 5 , 1 9 6 3 - C . . . . .
2y2% b o n d , A u g . 15, 1963.
33^% ctf., N o v . 16,1963-D
3 % b o n d , F e b . 15, 1964
33^% note, N o v . 1 5 , 1 9 6 5 - B . . . .
35^% note, i;eb. 15, 1 9 6 6 - B . . . .
3 % b o n d , A u g . 15, 1966.
3 H % b o n d , N o v . 15, 1966

99.10
99.60
99.30
99.60
99.00
98.80
100. 50
99.60

4.07
4.04
4.08
4.04
4,08
4.11
3,96
4,03

4.04
4.04
4.04
4.03
4.04
4.04
4.03
4.03

f 8 619.5 334% ctf.. M a y 16,1984-B
< 3 194. 4 4 ^ % note. M a y 1 6 , 1 9 6 4 - A . . - .
. 3 777.5 3 ^ % note, May 1 6 , 1 9 6 4 - D . . . .

99.35
98.40
99.05

4.01
4.23
4.08

4.02
4.02
4.02

3 ^ % ctf.. M a y 15,1984-B.
4 ^ % n o t e . M a y 15,1964-A
3 ^ % note, M a y 15, 1964-D
3 ^ % b o n d . M a y 15,1966
4% note, A u g . 15, 1966-A
3 ^ % n o t e , F e b . 16,1967-B
3M% note, A u g . 1 5 , 1 9 6 7 - A . . . .

98.85
97.90
98.55
98.85
98.20
99.60
99.30

4.14
4.26
4.18
4.18
4.22
4.07
4.12

4.15
4.14
4.14
4.15
4.15
4.15
4.14

3 ^ % ctf.. M a y 15,1964-B
4 3 ^ % n o t e . May 15,1964-A
3 ^ % n o t e . May 15, 1 9 6 4 - D . . . .
3M% b o n d . M a y 15,1966
4% note, A u g . 15, 1966-A
3 ^ % n o t e , F e b . 15, 1 9 6 7 - B . . . .
3 % % n o t e , A u g . 15,1967-A

98.85
97.70
98.35
98.65
98.00
99.40
99.10

4.20
4.26
4,22
4,21
4,24
4,17
4.20

4.21
' 4.20
4.20
4.21
4.21
4.21
4.20

3 ^ % note, A u g . 1 5 , 1 9 6 4 - E — 5% note, A u g . 15, 1964-B
Z%% note, N o v . 1 5 , 1 9 6 4 - F . . . 4 K % note, N o v . 15, 1 0 6 4 - C . . . .
2 ^ % b o n d , F e b . 15, 1965
4 ^ % n o t e . M a y 15, 1 9 6 5 - A . . . .

99.05
98.35
99.06
98.16
100.26
98.20

4.17
4.29
4.17
4.33
3.96
4.32

4.16
4.16
4.16
4.16
4.16
4.18

3M% note, A u g . 1 5 , 1 9 6 4 - E . . . .
6% note, A u g . 15, 1964-B
3 ^ % note, N o v . 15, 1 9 6 4 - F . . . .
4J^% note, N o v . 15, 1 9 6 4 - C . . . .
2 ^ % b o n d , F e b . 15,1965
4 ^ % n o t e . May 16, 1965-A
.

99.95
99.25
99.95
99.05
101.15
99.10

4.25
4.30
4.25
4.32
4.17
4.31

4.26
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.26
4.26

Mar. 15,1963:
f 8 $960.0
3 206. 0
3 2,275.4
. 3 845.3
3 ^ % note, F e b . 15,1967-B

< 4,286. 8
f 8 693.5
8 93.6
3 531. 8
. 3 196.0

Z%% b o n d , N o v . 15, 1971 <

1, 514, 9
f 8 136.2
3 313. 8
3 250. 3
. 3 373.2

3J^% b o n d , N o v . 15, 1974 «

1,073. 6
f

4% b o n d , F e b . 15,1980 <

Effec- I n v e s t tive
ment
yield 1 yield 2

817, 3
8 49.1
8 2,1
3 24.4
3195. 5
8 420. 0
3 209. 6
I 8 213.0
1,131. 0

S e p t . 18,1963:
VA% b o n d , N o v . 15,1968

1,691.4

4 % b o n d , A u g . 16, 1973

/ 8 500.0
3 213.5
8 782,4
8 621. 0
8 340,1
3 720. 6
I 8 718.4
3,893.9

( 8 376.4
8 126. 6
8 317. 2
43/g% b o n d . M a y 15,1989-94 < „ . . 8114. 5
8104. 7
8 91.1
8 131.9
1,280.4
J a n . 29,1984:
4% b o n d , A u g . 16, 1970 *

f 8 695.4
3164. 6
3 278, 5
3 210. 8
3 655. 4
3 221.4
2, 224. 0

4>i% b o n d , M a y 16,1976-85

3 238.4
3 105. 5
3158. 4
3 116. 6
3 52.8
3 75.6
747.3

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TABLE 29.—Securities issued in advance refunding operations—Continued
Date of exchange and description
of securities issued

Amount
issued
(in
mUlions)

Securities exchanged

Price
per Effec- Invest$100
tive ment
face yield I yield 2
value

$637.3
287.6
162.0
249. 7
8 400. 0
3 942.3
3296.0
3178.9
3 678.2
3, 730,9

ZH% note. Aug. 16,1964-E..6% note, Aug. 16,1964-B
3M% note, Nov. 15,1964-F—.
4J^% note, Nov. 15,1964^0—
3J4% note. May 15,1965-C
3M% note, Feb. 16,1966-B
3 ^ % bond. May 15, 1966
4% note, Aug. 16,1986-A
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1987-B

$99.70
99.66
99.66
99.20
99.60
99- 90
99.75
99.35
100.30

Percent
4.08
4.10
4.10
4.18
4.11
4.03
4.07
4.14
3.98

Percent
4.06
4.06
4.06
4.06
4.08
4.09
4.08
4.08
4.08

342. 7
362.7
212.9
232.4
3 769.6
43^% bond, Nov. 16,1973..
31,302. 7
3 300.8
8 334.5
8 601.6
4,359. 4
196.0
196.9
145. 0
118.2
4}47o bond, Aug. 16,1987-92 C . J »188.0
8146, 7
817. 7
3161.0
8 34.9
1,194.3

3 ^ % note, Aug. 16, 1984-E—.
5% note, Aug. 15, 1964r-B
3M% note, Nov. 16,1984-F—.
4>^% note, Nov. 16,1964-C-.-.
3K% note. May 15,1965-C
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1966-B
3M% bond, May 16,1968
4% note, Aug. 16, 1966-A
3 ^ % note, Feb. 15,1987-B---

99.26
99.10
99.10
98.76
99.05
99.45
99-30
98.90
99.86

4.22
4.24
4,24
4.29
4.26
4.20
4.23
4.27
4.16

4.22
4.22
4.22
4.22
4.23
4.24
4.23
4.23
4.23

3 ^ % note, Aug. 15,1964-E. - .
6% note, Aug. 15,1964-B
3M% note, Nov. 16,1964-F—.
4K% note, Nov. 16,1964-C—3J^% note, May 15, 1985-C
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1966-B-.SH% bond. May 16,1966
4% note, Aug, 16,196&-A
3H% note, Feb. 15,1967-B....

100.10
99-96
99.95
99.60
99.90
100.3o
100.15
99- 75
100.70

4.24
4.26
4.26
4.28
4.26
4.23
4.24
4.27
4.22

4.24
4.24
4.24
4.24
4.26
4.26
4.26
4.25
4.26

674.1
8 639.9
3176.6
8 687,4
4% bond, Feb. 16, 1970..——..^ 8 379.3
8 302.3
3902.2
8 723.4
4,384.3

2 ^ % bond, Feb. 15,1965
33^% note, Nov. 16,1965-B—
4% note, Nov, 15,1965-E
3 ^ % note, Feb. 15,1966-B..3K%note, Feb. 16,1966-C....
3M% bond. May 16,1986
3M% note, Aug. 16,1967-A-.3 ^ % bond, Nov. 16,1967

99.40
99.66
99.10
99.60
99.30
99.50
99-95
100.30

4.13
4.10
4.21
4.09
4.15
4.12
4.05
3.93

4.16
4.18
4.18
4.18
4.18
4.18
4.18
4.17

489.3
8 415.7
8140.4
8 332.8
3 400. 7
8 136.9
8 459.1
8 727.8
3,102. 6

2H% bond, Feb. 15,1986
33^% note, Nov. 15,1966-B—
4% note, Nov. 15,1965-E
3M% note, Feb. 16,1966-B.--.
3 ^ % note, Feb. 15,1966-C
3M% bond. May 15,1968
3M% note, Aug. 15,1967-A
3 ^ % bond, Nov. 16,1987

99.36
99.60
99.05
99- 65
99- 25
99.45
99.90
100.25

4.21
4.19
4.26
4.19
4.22
4.20
4.16
4.09

4.23
4.24
4.24
4.24
4.24
4.24
4.24
4.24

642.0
3 283. 0
8144.9
3144.2
434% bond, Aug. 15,1987-92 <_>. 8 660.3
8126.1
8140. 0
8124. 0
2,264.6

2H% bond, Feb. 15,1965
31^% note, Nov. 16,1965-B—
4% note, Nov. 15,1965-E
3 ^ % note, Feb. 16,1986-B
3J^% note, Feb. 16,1966-C
3M% bond, May 16,1966
3M% note, Aug. 15,1967-A
3 ^ % bond, Nov. 16,1967

100.25
100.40
99-95
100.46
100.15
100.35
100.80
101.15

4.23
4.23
4.28
4.22
4.24
4.23
4.21
4.18

4.24
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.26
4.26
4.25

3179. 2
3 656.9
3 171.7
3720.8
1,728.7

TH% note, Feb. 15,1974-C
43^% bond, Feb. 16,1974
734%note, Mayl6,1974-D-.43^% bond. May 15,1974

94.678417
101.440167
95.243772
101.504946

7.13
6.22
7,05
6,17

6.34
6.37
6.35
6.37

July 24,1964:

4% bond, Oct. 1,1969 *..

Jan. 19,1966.

4)^%bond, Feb. 15,1974..

Feb. 15,1972:
63^% bond, Feb. 15,1982..

1 The effective rate of interest on the new issue is the coupon rate adjusted for the amount paid by or
paid to the Treasury as discount or premiura on the new security exchanged for eligible securities originally
issued at par. For eligible secmities originally issued at prices other than par, the payment by or to the
Treasmy is applied to the price adjusted for the pro rata amortization of the original discount or premium
to the date of the advance refunding.
2 Based on the mean of bid and asked prices of secmities eligible for exchange (adjusted for pajmients on
account of pmchase price of secmities issued) at noon on the day before announcement by the Treasmy.
3 Gain or loss on exchange deferred in accordance with sec. 1037a of the Internal Revenue Code.
4 Additional issue.




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19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE

TREASURY

T A B L E 30.—Description of agency securities and D.C. Armory Board Stadium bonds
subject to statutory limitation, J u n e 30, 1972
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
Securities

UNMATURED D E B T

District of Colurabia 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 debentmes issued under the act of June 27,1934,
as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701-1750g)3 *
Mutual mortgage insmance fund:
SeriesAA
Series A A .
SeriesAA
Series A A .
Series A.^.
SeriesAA.
. . .
.
Series A A .
Series AA..
. .
SeriesAA
Series A A .
SeriesAA
_
SeriesAA-.
SeriesAA
.
. . . .
Cooperative management housing insmance fund:
Series N N .
. .
.
.
.
SeriesNN-.
Series N N
Series N N
.
..
Series N N .
SeriesNN
.
Series N N
SeriesNN
Gen eral insurance fund:
General insurance:
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
•
SeriesMM
.
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
Series MM . .
.
.
. . . . . .
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
SeriesMM.
SeriesMM
SeriesMM
SeriesMM . .
.
.
SeriesMM.
SeriesMM.-_.
SeriesMM
SeriesMMArraed services housing raortgage insurance fund:
Series F F
Series F F
Series F F - . .
Housing insurance fund:
SeriesBB
SeriesBB
SeriesBB
SeriesBB
SeriesBB.
SeriesBB .
..
. . .
SeriesBB.
SeriesBB.. .
SeriesBB
SeriesBB.
...
National defense housing insurance fund:
Series GG
Series GG .
.
Series GG
Series GG
Series G G .
Series GG
..
Series GG
-Footnotes at end of table.




Rate of
interest

Amount

Percent
4.20

2)^
2^
2H
33^
ZH
oH

m
4^
4K8
3

zy%
3%

i

$19,800,000.00

163,400.00
92,800.00
71,300.00
237,700.00
294,200.00
596,000.00
160,400.00
553,700.00
1,226,150.00
2,276,500.00
1,285,300.00
1,472,100.00
487,300.00
1,934,550.00
1,292,200.00
893,700.00
635,250.00
10,570,050.00
13,100.00
383,200.00
400,800.00

m

8,648,450.00
536,100.00
11,800.00
26,460.00
722,050.00
16,650. 00
60,900.00
1,472,350.00
3,211,650.00
70,878,850.00
63,392,460.00
164,686,850.00
15,843,800.00
4,916,000.00
11,382,200.00
3,001,650.00
641,350.00
1,136,350.00
634,900.00

4H

10,600.00
19,600.00
11,200.00

3^
3^8
3^

3|?

m.

3M
ZYz
4
4M
4H
4M
W%

2Y2
28^
ZH

1
4
4H
23^
2H
2^
2K

k

2,624,100.00
299,800.00
282,800.00
211,050.00
806,660.00
2,216,100.00
6,264,950.00
2,828,260.00
3,920,750.00
6,682,900.00
1,803,600.00
1,976,400.00
4,166,960.00
4,479,300.00
60,000.00
303,760.00
9,050.00

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

H I

TABLE 30.—Description of agency securities and D.C. Armory Board Stadium bonds
subject to statutory limitation, June 30, 1972—Continued
Securities

Pvate of
interest

Amount

UNMATURED DEBT—Continued

Federal Housing Admimstration debentmes issued under the act of June 27,
1934, as amended (12 U.S.C. 1701-1750g) 3 4—Continued
Ganeral insurance fund—Continued
Sec. 220 housing insurance fund:
Series C C . . .
Series CC
Series CC
Series CC
Sec. 221 housing insurance fund:
Series DD
Series D D .
Series DD
Series D D . .
Series D D . .
Series DD
Series DD
Series DD
Servicemen's mortgage insurance fund:
Series EE
Series EE
Series EE
Series EE
Series E E . . .
Series E E
SeriesEE
Series EE
Series EE
SeriesEE.Series E E .
Title I housing insurance fund:
Series R . .
SeriesT
....
War housing insurance fund:
SeriesH..
Subtotal..

-

Total unmatured debt..

-

Percent
33^
zy&
3M
Z%

$4,740,000.00
9,261,200.00
2,336,760.00
3,344,000.00

33^
ZH
Z%
3H
ZH.
3^
4
43^

16,700.00
1,650.00
1,125,050.00
8,800,260.00
1,392,050.00
55,500.00
51,160.00
51,950.00

2%
2%
3
33^
334
ZVs
3M
Z%
Z%
4
43^

26,550.00
183,500.00
137,700.00
668,250.00
152,350.00
382,350.00
1,417,150.00
576,750.00
804,450.00
709,100.00
1,899,760.00

2H
3

26,800.00
113,300.00

2^

605,600.00

--

453,761,760.00

-

473,561,750.00

MATURED D E B T *

Coraraodity Credit Corporation, interest
Districtof Colurabia Arraory Board, interest
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation:
Principc^l
Interest
Federal Housing Administration:
Principal
Interest.Horae Owners' Loan Corporation:
Principal
Interest
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, interest
Total matured debt (principal and interest)
Total

.

11.25
54,999.00
83,900.00
28,999.95
8,450.00
2,213.13
.--

198,760.00
62,740.07
19.26
440,082.65
474,001,832.65

1 Issued on June 1, 1960, at a price to jrield 4.1879 percent, but sale was not consuraraated until Aug. 2,
1960. Interestis payable seraiannually on June 1 and Dec. 1. These bonds are redeeraable on and after June 1,
1970, and matme on Dec. 1,1979.
2 The secmities and the incorae derived therefrom, and gain from the sale or other disposition thereof or
transfer as by inheritance or gift, are subject to taxation by the United States, but are exempt both as to
principal and interest from all taxation, except estate and inheritance taxes, iraposed by the District of
Colurabia.
3 Issued and payable on various dates. Interest is payable seraiannually on Jan. 1 and July 1. All unraatured debentures are redeemable on any interest day or days, on 3 raonths' notice.
< Under the Public Debt Act of 1941 (31 U.S.C. 742a), incorae or gain derived frora these securities is subject to all Federal taxes now or hereafter imposed. The secmities are subject to smtaxes, estate, inheritance,
or gift taxes whether Federal or State, but are exempt "from all taxation now or hereafter iniposed on the
principal or interest thereof by any State, raunicipality, or local taxing authority. Debentures issued on
contracts entered into before Mar. 1,1941, are exerapt from all taxation except smtaxes, estate, inheritance,
and gift taxes.
4 Funds are on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States for payraent of principal of $291,100 and
interest of $148,982.65.
NOTE.—For secmities hold by the Treasury see table 108.




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19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 31.—Debt subject to statutory lirrtitation, June 30, 1972
[In miUions of doUars]
PART I.—STATUS UNDER LIMITATION, JUNE 30, 1972

The statutory debt limit estabhshed by the Second Liberty Bond Act, as araended (31 U.S.C.
757b) 1
—
450,000
Amounts outstanding subject to statutory debt limitation:
U.S. Government securities issued under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended 426,638
Debt of U.S. Government agencies
-474
Participation certificates (12'U.S.C. 1717(c))
1.465
Total amount outstanding subject to statutory debt limitation
Balance Issuable under limitation-.--




428,576
-.-

-

21,424

, STATISTICAL APPENDIX

113

TABLE 31.—Debt subject to statutory limitation, June SO, 1972—Continued
PART II.—APPLICATION OF STATUTORY LIMITATION, JUNE 30,1972

Total
outstanding

Classification
Pubhc debt:
Interest-bearing debt:
Pubhc issues—marketable:
Treasm-y bills
Treasury notes
Treasmy bonds

:

94,648
113,419
49,135

Total marketable public issues
Public issues—nonmarketable:
, Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreignseries
Foreign currency series.
Treasury notes:
Foreignseries.
1
Foreign currency series
...'
Treasury bonds...
:
Treasmy certificates.-l
U.S. savingsbonds
U.S. savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Depositary bonds...
/ TreasmT bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds, investraent series

257,202
6,225
167
^
1

_.

l.l

Total nonmarketable public issues

78,560

Special issues to Governraent agencies and trust funds

89,598

Total interest-bearing debt
Matured debt on which interest has ceased—^
Debt bearing no interest: •
Special note ofthe United States:
International Monetary Fund series
Mortgage .Guaranty Insurance Conipany tax and loss bonds
U.S. savings staraps
Excess profits tax refund bonds.
'.
U.S. notes
Deposits for retireraent of national bank and Federal Eeserve bank notes
Silver certiflcates.
.'..
Other debt bearing no interest....
Total debt bearing no interest
Total public debt 2
Debt of U.S. Government agencies:
Interest-bearing debt
Matured debt on which interest has ceased
Total debt of U.S. Government agencies...
Totalpublic debt and debt of U.S. Government agencies
Deduct debt not subject to liraitation
Add participation certiflcates. Total subject to liraitation

10,688
1,906
250
446
55,921
561
55
22
10
2,310

425,360
1

. 380

_

825
27
47
1
323
73
215
10
1,521
427,260

(*)

474
473

427,734
623
1,465
428,576

•Less than $.500,000.
1 The following table details araendraents to the act.
2 Includes pubhc debt incurred to flnance expenditures of wholly owned Government corporations and
other activities in exchange for which securities of the corporations and activities were issued to the Treasury.
See table 108.




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19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 32.—Debt limitation under the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended, 1917-72
Date and act

History of legislation

Amount of
liraitation

Sept. 84f 1917
40 Stat. 288
40 Stat. 290

Sec. 1 authorized issuance of bonds In the amount of
Sec. 6 authorized ceriificaies of indebtedness outstanding

$7,638,946,460
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. S, 1919
40 Stat. 1311
40Stat. 1309

Aniended sec. 5, Increasing authority for certificates outstanding to
Added sec. 18, authorizing issuance of nofcs in the amount of

10,000,000,000
7,000,000,000

Nov. gs, 1921
42 Stat. 321

Amended sec. 18, providing limit on notes outstanding

June 17,1929
46 Stat. 19
Mar. S, 1931
46 Stat. 1506
Jan. SO, 1934
48 Stat. 343
Feb. 4,1935
49 Stat. 20
49 Stat. 21
May m, 1938
52 Stat. 447
July 20,1939
53 Stat. 1071
June 25,1940
64 Stat. 526
Feb. 19,1941
55 Stat. 7
Mar. 28,1942
56 Stat. 189
Apr. 11,1943
67 Stat. 63
June 9,1944
58 Stat. 272
Apr. 3,1946
59 Stat. 47
June 26,1946
60 Stat. 316
Aug. 28,1954
68 Stat. 896
June so, 1955
69 Stat. 241
July 9, 1956
70 Stat. 619
Feb. 26,1968
72 Stat. 27
Sept. 2,1958
72 Stat. 1768
June so, 1969
73 Stat. 166

7,500,000,000

Amended sec. 5, authorizing bills in addition to certificates of indebtedness outstandihg

10,000,000,000

Amended sec. 1, increasing boTid issuance authority to

28,000,000,000

Amended sec. 18, increasing authority for notes outstanding to

10,000,000,000

Araended sec. 1, providing limit on bonds outstanding
_.
Added sec. 21, consolidathig authority for certificates and bills (sec. 6)
and authority for notes (sec. 18) outstandmg

20,000,000,000

Araended sec. 21, consolidating authority for bonds, notes, certificates
of indebtedness, and bills outstanding {bonds limited to $30 biUion)..

46,000,000,000

Amended sec 21, removing limitation on bonds without changing
authorized total of bonds, notes, certificates of indebtedness, and
bUls outstanding

46,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, adding new authority for Issuance of $4 blUlon
National Defense Series obligations outstandhlg

49,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, eliminating authority for $4 bUlion of National
Defense Series obligations and Increasing limitation to

25,000,000,000

65,000,000,000

Amended sec- 21, increashig limitation to

125,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, Increasing limitation to

210,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, Increasing limitation to

260,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, including obUgations guaranteed as to. principal
and interest by the United States and increasing lunitation to
300,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, defining face amount of savings bonds to be current
redemption value and decreasing limitation to
2 75,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $6 biUIon during period beginning
Aug. 28,1954, and endhig June 30,1966
281,000,000,000
Amended act of Aug. 28, 1964, extending Increase In limitation until
June 30, 1966
281,000,000,000
Increased sec 21 limitation by $3 biUIon during period beginning
J u l y l , 1956, and ending June 30,1957278,000,000,000
Temporary Increase terminated July 1,1957, and Ihnitation reverted to- 276,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $5 billion dmhig period beginning
Feb. 26, 1968, and ending June 30, 1959
280,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, Increasing limitation to $283 biUion, which, with
temporary increase of Feb. 28, 1958, made limitation
288,000,000, 000
Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $286 blUion. and Increased
sec. 21 limitation by $10 biUion durhig period beghining July 1,1969,
and ending June 30,1960
295,000,000,000




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

115

TABLE 32.—Debt limitation under the Second Liherty Bond Act, as amended,
1917-72—Continued
Date and act
June SO, 1960
74 Stat. 290
June SO, 1961
75 Stat. 148
Mar. IS, 1962
76 Stat. 23
July 1,1962
76 Stat. 124
May 29,196S
77 Stat. 50
Aug. 27,1963
77 Stat. 131
Nov. 26,1963
77 Stat. 342
June 29,1964
78 Stat. 225
June 24,1965
79 Stat. 172
June 24,1966
30 Stat. 221
Mar. 2,1967
81 Stat. 4
June SO, 1967
81 Stat. 99

April 7,1969
83 Stat. 7
June 30,1970
84 Stat. 368
Mar. 17,1971
85 Stat. 5
Mar. 16,1972
86 Stat. 63

History of legislation

Amount of
Ihnitation

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $8 billion during period beginnhig
July 1,1980, and ending June 30,1961
$293,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $13 biUion during period beginning
July 1,1961, and endhig June 30, 1982
298,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation by $2 biUion (In addition to temporary
increase of $13 bUlion in act of June 30,1961) durhig period begmning
Mar. 13,1962, and ending June 30,1962
300,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning July 1,1962, and ending Mar. 31,1963, to
(2) beginning Apr. 1, 1963, and ending June 24,1963, to
(3) beginning June 26,1963, and ending June 30, 1963, to

308,000,000,000
305,000,000,000
300,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning May 29,1963, and ending June 30,1983, to
(2) beghmmg July 1,1983, and ending Aug. 31,1983, to

307,000,000,000
309,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation durhig the period beginning Sept. 1, 1983,
and ending Nov. 30, 1983, to
309,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning Dec. 1,1963, and ending June 29,1964, to
(2) ending June 30,1964, to

315,000,000,000
309,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning June 29,1964,
and ending June 30, 1965, to
_..
324,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1, 1965,
and ending June 30,1986, to
328,000,000,000
Increased sec 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1, 1966,
and ending June 30,1987, to
330,000,000,000
Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning Mar. 2, 1967,
and endmg June 30,1987, to.
336,000,000,000
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, beginning
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 billion,
providing an operating limitation of
365,000,000,000
Amended sec 21. increasing' limitation to $365 biUion, and Increased
sec. 21 limitation by $12 biUion dming period beginning Apr. 7,1969,
and ending June 30.1970
377,000,000,000
Amended sec 21, increasing limitation to $380 billion, and hicreased
sec 21 limitation by $15 biUion dming period beginnhig July 1,1970,
and endhig June 30, 1971
396,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, increasing Umitation to $400 biUion, and Increased sec.
21 limitation by $30 blUion dming period beginning Mar. 17, 1971,
and ending June 30,1972
430,000,000,000
Amended sec. 21, to further Increase the limitation temporarUy by $20
bUlion dmhig period beginning Mar. 16,1972, and ending June 30,1972- 460,000,000,000




II. Operations

.

Oi

TABLE 33.—Public debt receipts and expenditures hy classes, monthly for the fiscal year 1972 and totals for 1971 and 1972

^

[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]

.<i
fcO

Receipts (issues)

July 1971

August 1971
:

Pubhc issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation
Other....
Treasm-y notes
Treasmybonds

September 1971

October 1971

November 1971

December 1971

January 1972

^

:

H
yri

'
$19,414,853,000.00 $16,603,670,000.00 $19,508,135,000.00 $15,607,025,000.00 $15,608,360,000.00
1,751,570,000.00
-60,000.00
3,403,670,000.00 .1,701,280,000.00
3,401,385,000.00
692,000.00
2,514,647,000.00
1,283,091,000.00
2,044,964,000.00
2,768,076,000.00
194,315,000.00
278,000.00
24,344,000.00

Subtotal
Exchanges:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly
Other
Treasmynotes
Treasury bonds

21,168,856,000.00

Subtotal..-.

-..
6,245,000.00

21,716,202,000.00

22,492,784,000.00

$19,620,926,000.00
7,059,806,000.00
1,701,975,000.00
-11,000.00
273,600.00

$15,611,075,000.00
405,000.00
1,700,076,000.00
6,000.00
5,000.00

17,651,979,000.00

21,802,154,000.00

28,282,967,500.00

17,311,685,000.00

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3,113,379,000.00
611,791,000.00

1,168,000.00
22,000.00.

16,057,000.00

9,709,607,000.00
1,191,824,000.00

1,305,000.00
241,600.00

-1,200,000.00
107,000.00

^5,246,000.00

3,725,170,000.00

1,190,000.00

16,057,000.00

10,901,331,000.00

1,646,500.00

-1,093,000.00

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Total marketable issues-— 21,172,100,000.00

25,441,372,000.00

22,493,974,000.00

17,668,036,000.00

32,703,485,000.00

28,284,614,000.00

17,310,472,000.00

Q

1,714,017,399.32
105,191,056.31
307,000.00
2,200,000,000.00
54,884,742.04
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6,823,300,000.00
62,949,144.19
.
137,000.00
200,000,000.00
389,660,962.56
-

'2,362,000,000.00

1,420,017,399.32

3,036,000,000.00

2,933,000,000.00

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248,000.00
200,000,000.00
294,044,044.05

73,000.00
200,000,000.00
76,437,192.24

19,000.00
300,000,000.00
.129,000.00

1,420,017,399.32
112,954,888.01
2,081,000.00
190,000,000.00
291,042,434.60
2,264,000.00
__
_

2,649,868,000.00
2,482,779.03
522,108.72
88,26L89
^

551,182,000.00
2,397,323.48
282,389.77

2,309,988.08
82,014.14
1,338,17L00
-

2,328,340.28
329,323.80
-

Nonmarketable:
Foreignseries
.'-...
Foreign cmrency series
Depositary bonds
Treasury notes:
Foreignseries
Foreign cmrency series
Treasmybonds, REAseries
Treasmybonds, 1981 GE
Certificates of indebtednessEmodollars
..U.S. savings notes-U.S. retirement plan bonds
MGIC tax and loss bonds
33^% Treasmybonds
1% Treasury certificates




-

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2,422,237.09
2,307,808.49

204,000.00
475,000,000.00
111,281,657.21
-.
2,385,658.50
515,649.99
1,087,762,00

2,341,298.81
3,615,485.73

272,386.99

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Pubhc issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly Tax anticipationOther
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
Subtotal

February 1972

March 1972

AprU 1972

May 1972

June 1972

Total,
fiscal
year 1972

Total, fiscal
year 1971

$16,210,696,000.00 $23,971,640,000.00 $18,406,125,000.00 $16,405,065,000.00 $20,509,375,000.00 $214,376,733,000.00 $179,530,066,000.00
-1,050,000.00
8,810,730,000.00
9,293,690,000.00
1,700,175,000.00
1,701,366,000.00
3,400,550,000.00
1,702,355,000.00
20,412,770,000.00
20,420,536,000.00
-.
1,778,421,000.00
1,278,953,000.00
-220,000.00
11,666,507,000.00
7,526,918,000.00
66,239,500.00
45,000.00
505,383,000.00
790,883,000.00
:

17,976,059,500.00

25,673,060,000.00

18,182,546,000.00

21,589,951,000.00

22,211,510,000.00

256,057,623,000.00

216,771,208,000.00

Exchanges:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly

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Treasm-y n o t e s .

Treasury bonds
Subtotal

Total marketable i s s u e s . - .

Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
Foreignseries
Foreign cm-rency series
Depositary bonds
Treasury notes:
Foreignseries.Foreign cmrency series
Treasury bonds, REA series
TreasmT bonds, 1981 GE
Certificates of indebtednessEmodoUars....
U.S. savings notes
U.S. retirement plan bonds
MGIC tax and loss bonds
33^% Treasury bonds
1% Treasury certificates




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2,787,651,000.00

22,369,000.00

1,734,000.00

2,514,539,000.00

-102,000.00

18,171,652,000.00

35,393,794,000.00

ZP

4,914,123,600.00

26,624,000.00

1,734,000.00

2,514,336,000.00

-4,000.00

22,106,180,000.00

35,393,794,000.00
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22,890,183,000.00

25,699,674,000.00

18,184,280,000.00

24,104,287,000.00

22,211,506,000.00

278,163,783,000.00

252,165,002,000.00

2,126,472,500.00

4,155,000.00

-203,000.00

98,000.00

2,876,000,000.00
55,699,481.87
219,000.00

2,384,000,000.00

906,000,000.00

2,475,000,000.00

3,066,000,000.00

1,454,000.00

107,000.00

110,000.00

48,000.00

172,353,752,68

358,373,190,69

2,875,000,000.00

150,000,000.00
67,079,680.39
472,000,00

800,000,000.00

1,129,000.00

2,303,188.34
395,238.08
61,250.00

2,313,832,14
286,431.57
1,292,818.00

'2,324,165.45
306,626.34
1,508,887.00
-

2,395,076.61
443,726.60
489,108.75

3,934,508,000.00

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31,415,352,197.96
326,794,350.38
5,007,000.00

12,819,069,697.28
1,475,693,774.53
7,659,000.00

7,920,726,943.27
1,283,330,703.59
3,994,000.00

4,293,435,415.00
476,477,442.61

2,291,851.74
993,641,28
1,559,63L60

3,201,050,000.00
28,295,739.53
10,080,044.41
7,415,890.24

264,953.28

537,340.27

2,008,488,000.00
43,937,04L26
8,836,145.65
4,599,260.49
75,000,000.00
540,715.24

100,000,000.00

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R e c e i p t s (issues)

J u l y 1971

A u g u s t 1971

S e p t e m b e r 1971

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Nonmarketable—Continued
3.521% T r e a s u r y certificates.
3.500% T r e a s u r y certificates
$202.47
$49,619.42
$769.14 •
$45,536,399. 01
$10,619,566.40
3.731% T r e a s u r y c e r t i f i c a t e s - . - . - - . - - . . . . . . . . . - - - . - - . . . - - . - . - - . . - - - - . . . - . . - - - - . . - . . — . - — . . - — . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . _
3.849% T r e a s u r y certtficates
3.885% T r e a s u r y certificates...
4.201% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.350% T r e a s m y certificates
4.676% T r e a s m y certmcates
1,755,011.31
4.830% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.080% T r e a s u r y certificates
1,733,002,19
5.554% T r e a s m y certificates
1,033,853.15
6.800% T r e a s m y certificates
6.807% T r e a s u r y certificates
5.831% T r e a s u r y certificates..
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—.-.---6.345% T r e a s u r y certificates
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6.421% T r e a s u r y c e r t i f i c a t e s . - .

U.S. savingsbonds:
Issueprice- —

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A c c r u e d discount
E x c h a n g e s , Series H
U . S . savings s t a m p s

$33,019,632.83
-

$48,992,568.23
990,920.53

66,993,351.35

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457,532,761.97

516,256,974.47

414,501,714.07

406,949,054.19

457,040,573.01

439,448,687.33

621,263,088.87

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208,319,427.85
24,227,000.00

175,050,129.18
23,534,000.00

183,070,692.47
22,272,000.00

189,575,498.42
16,340,500.00

174,394,167.73
18,322,000.00

202,622,943.68
17,670,600.00
.-

212,796,272.88
28,178,500.00

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7,420,207,394.94

8,734,699,533.05

3,479,867,392.95

2,358,341,718.57

4,001,254,152.72

4,216,508,679.03

2,903,530,988.13

34,176,071,533.05

25,973,841,392.95

20,026,377,718.57

36,704,739,152.72

32,501,022,679.03

20,214,002,988.13

385,918,000.00
126,379,000.00
33,917,000.00
2,382,732,049.91
221,627,000.00

335,443,000.00
123,419,000.00
49,848,000.00
2,372,215,792.84
163,973,000.00

312,445,000.00
115,033,000.00
46,664,000.00
2,506,988,119.60
164,682,000.00

406,400,000.00
133,615,000.00
43,068,000.00
2,513,473,339.96
216,234,000.00

939,616,000.00
112,150,000.00
76,431,000.00
2,522,473,542.32
216,932,000.00

393,368,000.00
115,663,000.00
94,510,000.00
2,521,613,946.66
277,080,000.00

631,504,000.00

374,037,000.00

268,483,000.00

362,717,000.00

339,620,000.00

330,990,000.00

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Total public issues
28,592,307,394.94
Special issues:
CivU service retheraent fund
755,645,000.00
Employees health benefit fund—
138,708,000.00
Employees hfe insurance f u n d . . .
67,578,000.00
Exchange StabUization Fund
1,499,609,480.50
Federal Deposit Insmance Corp.
168,216,000.00
Federal disabiUty insurance trust
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306,917,000.00




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February 1972

Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
3.500% Treasm-y certificates-..3.521% Treasm-y certificates
3.731% Treasmy certificates
3.849% Treasm-y certificates
3.865% Treasmy certificates
4.201% Treasmy certificates
4.350% Treausry certificates
4.676% Treasm-y certificates
4.830% Treasmy certificates
5.080% Treasmy certificates
5.554% Treasmy certificates
5.800% Treasmy certificates
6.807% Treasmy certificates
5.831% Treasm-y certtficates
6.345% Treasmy certificates
6.421% Treasmy certificates
U.S. sa-vings bonds:
Issueprice
Accrued discount.
Exchanges, Series H
U.S. savings stamps

$53,221,830.39

$14,397,736.46

June 1972

Total,
fiscal
year 1972

$379,787,995.97

$598,263,238.81
990,920.53
1,000,163.34

Total, fiscal
year 1971

$504,408,577.98
1,717,880.55

133,986,702.70
1,755, OIL 31

1,023,76L06
1,351,404.23
1,697,384.63

1,733,002.19
1,033,653.15

536,554,666.31
183,082,035.68
27,210,000.00

581,839,477.73
195,647,715.48
32,015,500.00

502,334,079.42
199,242,585.08
26,750,500.00

573,081,763.55
181,753,065.19
28,439,000.00
-

532,234,456.28
204,691,747.74
27,873,500.00

5,939,037,197.20
2,310,246,281.16
292,833,000.00

.2,137.99
1,670,957.47
1,331,987.19
1,311,188.46
1,646,662.41
5,081,896,814.58
2,058,031,142.31
231,362,000.00
270,480.85

3,907,090,443.35

3,558,352,800.67

4,394,203,44L 29

3,493,661,157.45

5,015,745,677.89

53,483,463,380.04

29,199,458,761.75

26, 797, 273,443. 35
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$12,636,083.33

May 1972

66,993,35L35

.

Special issues:
Civil service retirement fund
Employees health benefit f u n d - .
Employees hfe insmance f u n d . - .
Exchange Stabihzation Fund
Federal Deposit Insmance CorpFederal disabihty insurance trust
fund
-

$835.16

AprU 1972

1,000,183.34

Total nonmarketable issues—
Total pubhc issues - . . .

March 1972

29, 257, 926, 800. 67

22,578,483,441. 29

27,597, 948,157. 45

27, 227, 251, 677. 89

331, 647, 246,380. 04

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364,495.000.00
117,619,000.00
88,887,000.00
2,515,393,808.07
493,171,000.00

386,875,000.00
66,492,000.00
35,459,000.00
2,678,633,972.78
328,971,000.00

323,960,000.00
102,787,000.00
30,312,000.00
2,808,626,877,62
233,868,000.00

448,675,000.00
163,372,000.00
40,971,000.00
1,042,322,867.20
297,606,000.00

4,525,451,000.00
141,549,000.00
25,198,000.00
1,436,934,648.80
280,352,000.00

9,578,290,000.00
1,454,686,000.00
632,823,000.00
26,778,998,426.26
3,048,610,000.00

11,102,459,000.00
849,992,000.00
696,420,000.00
6,003,461,453.98
2,058,398,000.00

471,302,000.00

479,767,000.00

483,855,000.00

580,738,000.00

1,563,890,000.00

8,093,820,000.00

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July 1971

Special issues—Continued
Federal home loan banks
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
Federal Housing Administration
fund
Federal old-age and survivors insmance trust fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
Federal supplementary medical
msmance trust fund
Foreign service reth-ement fund-.
Government life msmance fund..
Highway trust fund
National service life insurance fund
Postal Service fund RaUroad reth-ement account
Raihoad rethement holding account..
Railroad rethement supplemental
account
Servicemen's group life insurance
fund
Unemployraent trust fund.
Veterans'reopened insmance fund
Veterans'special life insmance fund

September 1971

October 1971

November 1971

December 1971

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$117,250,000.00

$99,260,000.00

$182,600,000.00

$186,900,000.00

$118,400,000.00

$115,700,000.00

326,780,000.00

628,025,000.00

394,'641,000.00

290,989,000.00

399,652,000.00

857,266,000.00

365,699,000.00

534,000.00

7,101,000.00

7,72LOOO,00

7,871,000.00

8,061,000.00

8,244,000.00

1,448,000.00

2,226,437,000.00

4,118,193,000.00

2,612,939,000.00

2,028,872,000.00

2,948,334,000.00

2,368,777,000.00

2,444,619,000.00

90,098,000.00

100,746,000.00

103,046,000.00

86,647,000.00

64,712,000.00

67,669,000.00

60,616,000.00

216,396,000.00
2,690,000.00
606,000.00
468,200,000.00
7,600,000.00
2,777,522,000.00
19,937,000.00

231,199,000.00
4,296,000.00

212,397,000.00
1,191,000.00

220,364,000.00
2,276,000.00

229,543,000.00
1,656,000.00

238,824,000.00
1,722,000.00

649,901,000.00
6,182,000.00
740,644,000.00
188,771,000.00

481,900,000.00

458,200,000.00
1,128,000.00
270,725,000.00
7,651,000.00

557,432,000.00

246,813,000.00
886,000.00
16,658,000.00
485,351,000.00
134,632,000.00
730,838,000.00
109,088,000.00

247,432,000.00
98,811,000.00

141,403,000.00
156,772,000.00

168,000.00

1,256,000.00

738,000.00

80,000.00

1,256,000.00

714,000.00

1,488,000.00

11,911,000.00

6,785,000.00

688,000.00

11,471,000.00

8,679,000.00

87,361,000.00
1,746,000.00
2,251,000.00

816,612,000.00
1,581,000.00
1,650,000.00

10,820,000.00
69,862,000.00
1,318,000.00
1,206,000.00

65,786,000.00
1,486,000.00
1,080,000.00

459,898,000.00
1,630,000.00
1,235,000.00

211,000.00
275,794,000.00
8,206,000.00
8,404,000.00

11,187,375,049.91

7,666,889,792.84

7,037,357,119.60

8,842,461,339.96

9,645,750,542.32

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1,524,000.00
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Total public debt receipts.- - - 37,870,434,856.44

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27,600,000.00
870,617,000.00
9,073,000.00

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January 1972

$125,760,000.00

9,278,127,460.50

Total special Issues
Other Issues:
Federal Reserve bahks.
international Monetary
notes.

August 1971

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45,363,446,582.96

33,630,731,186,79

27,063,734,838.17

46,647,200,492.88

42,146,773, 221.36

28,690,168,934.79

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February 1972

Special issues—Continued
Federal home loan banks
$114,200,000.00
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund
509,251,000.00
Federal Housing Administration
fund
-..
1,899,000.00
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance trust fund
3,982,923,000.00
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
99,229,000.00
Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund
228,877,000.00
Foreign Service retirement f u n d 1,372,000.00
Govemment life insurance fund
Highway trust fund
478,079,000.00
National service hfe insurance
fund
8,162,000.00
Postal Service f u n d . . 667,925,000.00
Railroad retirement account
183,612,000.00
Railroad retirement holding account
1,184,000.00
Raih'oad retirement supplemen- ..
tal account
11,051,000.00
Servicemen's group life insurance
fund
lUXXVA
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-Unemployment trust fund
653,427,000.00
Veterans' reopened insurance
fund
1,362,000.00
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1 afi9. nnn nn
Veterans' special life insurance
fund
2,420,000.00
Total special issues..-

10,963,320,808.07

March 1972

AprU 1972

Total pubhc debt receipts




June 1972

Total,
fiscal
year 1972

$113,800,000.00

$162,300,000.00

$81,605,000.00

$1,523,455,000.00

$5,187,250,000.00

553,202.000.00

501,036,000.00

625,048,000.00

1,012,662,000.00

6,464,151,000.00

7,115,853,000.00

1,903,000.00

2,173,000.00

2,417,000.00

2,743,000.00

51,915,000.00

5,693,000.00

3,039,884,000.00

3,579,317,000.00

4,940,128,000.00

6,778,362,000.00

39,962,786,000.00

37,125,695,000.00

69,863,000.00

75,784,000.00

136,116,000.00

138,852,000.00

1,092,277,000.00

936,136,000.00

225,455,000.00
2,191,000.00

224,216,000.00
1,683,000.00

231,389,000.00
1,014,000.00

414,400,000.00

453,400,000.00

498,942,000.00

439,396,000.00
12,245,000.00
32,152,000.00
4,914,281,000.00

2,944,669,000.00
33,219,000.00
48,316,000.00
10,189,886,000.00

2,789,610,000.00
25,226,000.00
127,385,000.00
9,445,501,000.00

404,929,000.00
110,805,000.00

1,932,000.00
881,388,000.00
15,962,000.00

4,000,000.00
657,778,000.00
178,677,000.00

483,013,000.00
460,518,000.00
1,651,373,000.00

672,229,000.00
8,741,717,000.00
2,708,232,000.00

1,305,658,000.00

734,000.00

138,000,00

1,146,000.00

3,704,000.00

11,198,000.00

12,443,000.00

6,726,00Q.00

1,098,000.00

10,780,000.00

27,647,'000.00

96,696,000.00

113,003,000.00

309,340,000.00
1,128,000.00
i i9,8 nnn nn

217,084,000.00
1,542,000.00
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1,812,405,000.00
1,808,000.00
i Rns nnn nn

11,361,000.00
XX, OUX, UUU. UU
7,447,811,000.00
59,736,000.00
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22,392,000.00
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12,378,914,000.00
83,046,000.00
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81,902,000.00
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1,775,000.00

2,440,000.00

1,856,000.00

70,867,000.00

98,643,000.00

11,739,487,867.20

30,601,400,648.80

134,708,866,426.28

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10,054,399,877.82

106,993,985,453.96

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955,000,000.00
-

37,760,694,261.42

2,954,028,000.00

9,226,131,972.78

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Total, fiscal
year 1971

$107,800,000.00

Otherissues:.
Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary Fund
notes...
Other..
Total other issues

May 1972

38,484,068,773.46

1,160,000,000.00
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32,632,883,318.91

39,337,436,024.66

67,828,862,326.69

466,366,112,806.30

2,116,000,000.00
390,473,448,216.71

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E x p e n d i t u r e s (retirements)

J u l y 1971

.

A u g u s t 1971

S e p t e m b e r 1971

:

October 1971

N o v e m b e r 1971

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Subtotal....,

Subtotal

19,065,347,608.76

19,653,830,423.26

22,228,983,616.60

15,422,452,663.25

19,451,639,820.50

1,586,807,000.00
2,131,227,000.00

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268,000.00
-678,000.00

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$16,802,399,000.00
45,000.00
1,720,354,000.00

1,000.00
77,417,000.00
121,288,350.00
1,978.60

1,000.00
18,762,000.00
139,684,900.00
1,075.50

20,765,962,328.60

17,481,236,975.50
.-

1,000.00

-518,000.00
-798,000.00

4,666,000.00

3,718,034,000.00

-410,000.00

1,071,500.00

-1,316,000.00

23,371,864,423.25

22,228,673,516.50

16,422,463,563.25

30,352,302,620.50

20,767,033,828.50

17,479,920,975.50

6,700.00
24,400.00

4,400.00
19,200.00

9,050.00
14,975.00

7,500.00
12,325.00

2,900.00
15,350.00

4,500.00
' 21,550.00

201,282,826.42

200,000,000.00

200,328,399.72

200,589,952.05

200,000,000.00

190,000,000.00

1,868,300,000.00
108,669,108.66
51,000.00

2,517,000,000.00
286,935,286.94
235,500.00

1,506,017,399.32
73,280,073.28
125,000.00

2,962,000,000.00

2,763,000,000.00
106,227,106.23
30,000.00

1,455,017,399.32
269,293,620.42
44,000.00

3,000.00
90,000.00

_
75,000.00

1,000.00

150,000.00

2,000.00
250,000.00

5,000.00
70,000.00

1,031,296,000.00

1,567,161,000.00

1,102,644,000.00
475.00
2,675.06

53.90

25.00
10,862.54

25.00




5.99

10,900,663,000.11

449,000.00
822,600.00

' Total marketable issues...... 19,070,002,608.75
Nomnarketable:
Adjusted service bonds
6,200.00
Armed forces leave bonds
18,360.00
Treasury notes
Foreignseries
200,000,000.00
Foreign currency series
Certtficates of indebtedness:
Foreignseries
1,889,017,399.32
Foreign currency series
159,951,169.96
Depositary bonds
1,046,000.00
Treasury bonds:
Foreignseries
Investment series
REAseries.
150,000.00
Certificates of IndebtednessEurodoUars
1,508,437,000.00
Treasury tax and savings notes2,425.00
Excess profit tax
29.48

1,000.00

8,999,438,000.00
1,901,226,000.00

88,000.00
23,929,634.25

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$18,884,780,000.00
90,000.00
1,682,384,000.00

599,000.00
4,056,000.00

J a n u a r y 1972

.

Pubhc issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly
$18,925,483,000.00 $14,922,346,000.00 $14,912,411,000.00 $15,212,209,000.00 $14,815,663,000.00
Tax anticipation
4,749,000.00
706,000.00
1,762,237,000.00
100,000.00
26,000.00
Other
34,962,000.00
3,383,942,000.00
5,464,140,000.00
63,960,000.00
3,385,613,000.00
Certificates of indebtedness,
regular
17,000.00
Treasury notes
24,553,000.00
639,124,000.00
17,580,000.00
76,167,000.00
873,122,000.00
Treasury bonds
75,596,950.00
707,710,950.00
82,610,300.00
70,007,950.00
377,293,300.00
Other
3,658.75
2,473.25
6,218.50
8,613.25
6,320.50
Exchanges:
Regular weekly.
Tax anticipation.-Other
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds

D e c e m b e r 1971

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February 1972

March 1972

AprU 1972

May 1972

June 1972

Total,
fiscal
year 1972

Total, fiscal
year 1971

Public issues:
Marketable:
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly.
$15, 610,035,000. 00 $19, 847,304,000.00 $16,019,436,000. 00 $16, 686,997, 000. 00 $20,900,957,000. 00 $202, 320,019,000. 00 $168, 283, 675, 000. 00
Tax anticipation..
360,000.00
4,296,685,000.00
6,760,000.00
3,025,250,000.00
9,087,007,000.00
11,067,136,000.00
Other.
1,696,513,000.00
1,571,972,000.00
153,441,000.00
3,371,631,000.00
1,707,899,000.00
24,236,711,000.00
19,447,781,000.00
Certificates of indebtedness,
regular
10,000.00
5,000.00
50,000.00
84,000.00
49,000.00
Treasmynotes...
845,257,300.00
84,497,000.00
51,019,000.00
2,487,644,000.00
51,399,000.00
5,246,531,300.00
3,722,111,000.00
Treasury bonds
380,453,950,00
140,295,600.00
94,345,000.00
86,746,300.00
1,153,926,850.00
3,409,960,400.00
1,451,373,900.00
Other
1,74L00
1,838.50
2,59L25
2,608.00
1,670.50
39,785.50
34,149.25
Subtotal.
Exchanges:
Regular weekly
Tax anticipation
Other
Treasury notes
Treasury bondsSubtotal.

18,512,260,99L 00

21,644,440,438.50

20,614,928,591.25

22,619,785,908.00

26,839,483,520.50

244,300,352,485.50

203,972,160,049.25

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7,530,917,000.00
35,354,266,000.00

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2,043,198,500.00
4,910,385,500.00

17,967,000.006,009,000.00
23,976,000.00

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2,513,526,000.00
-65,000.00
2,513,461,000.00

-1,298,000.00
15,984,426,000.00
19,000.00. .6,084,816,000.00
-1,279,000.00
22,069,242,000.00

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Total marketable issues

23,422,646,49L 00

21,668,416,438.50

20,614,928,591.25

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25,133,248,908.00

26,838,204,520.50

266,369,594,485.50

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Adjusted service bonds
Armed forces leave bonds
Treasury notes:
.Foreignseries..
Foreign cmrency series
, Certificates of indebtedness:
. Foreignseries.-..:
• •• Foreign currency series
Depositary bonds
Treasury bonds:
Foreignseries..
Investment series
REAseries.
Certificates of indebtedness—
Eurodollars
Treasury tax and savings notes.
Excess profit t a x . . .




2,800.00
17,575.00

8,500.00
19,600.00

7,200.00
22,900.00

3,450.00
16,500.00

67,750.00
227,400. 00

57,150.00
253, 750.00

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76,500,000.00

175,000,000.00

150,000,000.00
66,161,550,00

800,000,000.00

2,689,552,930.87
142,661,550.00

1,210,911,647.74
927,194,720.50

2,990,000,000.00

1,530,017,399.32

2,645,000,000.00

2,315,000,000.00

555,000.00

404,000.00

3,073,000.00

158,000.00

27,316,369,597.28
1,059, 258,105.47
5,920,500.00

11,654,069,597.28
726,308,234.55
10,070,000.00

75,000.00

9,000.00
390,000.00

4,000.00
175,000.00

43,000.00
159,000.00

18,000.00
110,000.00

23,929,534.25
85,000.00
1,694,000.00

30,000,000.00
384,000.00
7,053,000.00

300. 00
127.90

300. 00
1,027.03

200. 00
2,327.70

30,100.00

5,209,538,000.00
33, 850. 00
17,245.35

8,100.00
1,699.14

172,353,752.88
2,878,000,000.00
54,921, 750. 00
112,000.00

5,550.00
24,675.00.

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E x p e n d i t m e s (retirements)
P u b U c issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—C onthiued
U . S . savings notes
...
U.S retirement plan bonds
M G I C tax a n d loss b o n d s
1.000% T r e a s u r y certificates
3.500% T r e a s u r y certificates
3.521% T r e a s u r y certificates
3.731% T r e a s m y certtficates
3.885% ' T r e a s m y certificates .
4.201% T r e a s u r y certificates4.35% T r e a s u r y certificates
4.676% T r e a s m y certtficates
4.830% T r e a s u r y certificates . . . .
6.080% T r e a s u r y certtficates
6.654% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.800% T r e a s m y certificates
6.807% T r e a s u r y certificates . . . .
6.831% Treasm-y c e r t i f i c a t e s . . . . . .
6.330% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.345% 'Treasury certificates
6.421% T r e a s u r y certificates
6.876% T r e a s m y certificates
U . S . savings b o n d s :
Matured:
Issue p r i c e . . .
Accrued discount
Series H .
Unmatmed:
Issue price
Accrued d i s c o u n t
Exchanges:
Series E , F , a n d J for Series
H:
Issueprice
A c c r u e d discount
Savings notes for Series H :
Issue p r i c e .
Accrued discount




J u l y 1971

$10,508,609.69
124,030,60

A u g u s t 1971

S e p t e i n b e r 1971

$9,170,429.23
240,657,69

$8,779,484.11
55,008. 67

96,163,154, 56

October 1971

$7,837,244.28
91,303.65

18,774,317.40 .

N o v e m b e r 1971

$6,284,206.61
62,986.41

D e c e m b e r 1971

$6,213,740.69
99,880. 47
-51,250.00
271,031.83 .

J a n u a r y 1972

$6,305,284. 60
290.871.55
20,831,492.85

76,158,934.98

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775,540.79
1,733,002.19
1,033,653.16

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73, 252,130. 25
12,189, 500.00

77, 616,934.75
63,054, 593.92
16, 635, 500.00

92,249,401.75
75,429, 535. 63
21, 690, 500.00

72, 574,903. 50
54,879, 264.68
12,196,000.00

72, 594,172. 25
58,647,741.99
14, 511, 500.00

73,464,092. 25
60,949,452.27
19,604, 500.00

84,084,388. 75
71,878,054. 21
10, 748, 500. 00

254,739, 225.78
13,710,030.10

263,340,152.44
14,658, 243.48

276,462,694.20
14,452,105.94

256,103,393.24
13, 646,449. 50

234, 548,493. 93
12,070,739. 20

250,896,262.48
12,044,871.00

283,071,069.62
12, 856,150. 52

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10,959,119.36

13,495, 256.06
10,630,841.16

12, 533, 274. 55
9, 878,122. 25

10, 851, 238.01
8,183, 279.76

10, 595, 262.32
8,178, 792.61

10,163,325.02
7, 762,183.34

11,509,411.63
.9,159,869.48

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Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. savings notes
U.S. reth-ement plan b o n d s . . . .
MGIC tax and loss bonds
1.000% Treasmy certificates
3.600% Treasmy certificates
3.621% Treasmy certificates
3.731% Treasmy certificates
3,865% Treasury certificates
4.201% Treasmy certificates
4.36% Treasmy certificates
4.676% Treasmy certificates
4.830% Treasury certificates
6,080% Treasmy certiacates
6.554% Treasmy certificates
5,800% Treasmy certificates
5,807% Treasmy certificates
6.831% Treasmy certificates
6.330% Treasmy certificates...
6,345% Treasmy certificates
6,421% Treasmy certificates
6.876% Treasury certificates.
U.S. savingsbonds: •
Matmed:
Issueprice
Accrued discount
SeriesH
Unmatured:
Issueprice
Accrued discount
Exchanges:
Series E, F, and J for
Series H:
Issueprice
Accrued discount
Exchanges—savings notes
for Series H:
Issueprice
Accrued discount




February 1972

$3,274,233.14
107,738.01
61,260.00
61,762,217.11

March 1972

AprU 1972

June 1972

$6,139,066.93
153,428.87

$8,066,002.63
125,136.10

$6,187,649.75
145,953.24

$85,199,905.55
1,751,679.27

$186,874,463.45
1,487,358.66

12,296,152.88

$8,633,953.99
264,784.21

May 1972

271,168.70
374,409,039,76

543,418.82
674,534,376.36
1,717,880.55
990,920,53
1,023,76L06

538,025.11
832,347,799.02
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1,218.29
15,138,966.84

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990,920.53
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66,993,35L35

Total,
fiscal
year 1972

66,993,35L35
1,755, OIL 31

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1,733,002.19
1,033,653,15

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Total, fiscal
year 1971

1,351,404.23
1,697,384.63

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2,137,99
1,670,957.47
1,331,987.19
1,621,009,93
1,311,188.46
1,646,662,41
1,289,030.03

88,518,74L25
80,248,04L40
16,540,000.00

118,658,266.75
94,108,633.07
20,246.500.00

78,206,090.60
63,921,58L22
12,700,600.00

93,438,948.50
81,423,363.94
14,716,000.00

87,306,175.26
75,266,358.78
18,273,000.00

1,028,662,614.00
853,058,74L 24
189,961,000.00

1,282,837,115,50
982,826,591.32
224,743,000.00

150,096,978.81
8,423,542.04

371,687,078.06
23,638,87L03

258,903,066.23
14,571,828.75

253,599,616.99
13,996,232.31

266,943,612.09
14,469,019.18

3,120,381,643.87
168,428,083.01

20,287,530.69
14,797,099.25

16,884,150.02
13,388,816.73

16,297,909.26
13,825,169,47

15,666,566.66
13,083,535.41

164,183,808.13
130,288,509.05

145,695,366.76
107,471,995.89

40,62L60
5,514.13

158,780.26
23,090.96

129,659.60
19,758.47

98,617.50
14,925.78

98,631.76
15,234.99

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194,101,574.75

12,198,028.69
10,761,890.24

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July 1971

August 1971

September 1971

October 1971

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Nonraarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds—Cont.
Unclassified:
Cash...
Exchanges:
Series E, F, and J for
SeriesH
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Subtotal

November 1971

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$34,193,499.02

-$53,903,397.12

-$27,057,243.45

$8,034,072.42

$12,903,248.05

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223,290.70

-492,096.21
230,985.60

-139,396.80
191,619.94

-2,694,017.77
141,555.91

-452,054.93
151,527.50

-255,008.36
149,444.90

7,609,218.89
178,847.40'

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3,807,460,085.65

6,047,873.563.35

3,292,496,614.79

3,688,153,740.49

3,523,754,017.71

2,496,875,932.87

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Treasury bonds, investment series

590,000.00

7,136,000.00

1,600,000.00

16,056,000.00

668,000.00

475,000.00

223,000.00

Total nonmarketable issues

4,244,961,252.79

3,814,596,085.65

6,049,473,563.35

3,308,552,614.79

3,688,821,740.49

3,524,229,017.71

2,497,098,932.87,

Total public issues... 23,314,963,861.54
Special issues:
CivU service retirement fund
305,048,000.00
Employees health benefit f u n d . 46,433,000.00
' Employees life insurance fund-.108,769,000.00
Exchange StabUization Fund
1,346,628,419.71
Federal Deposit Insmance Corp160,901,000.00
Federal
disability insurance
trustfund
333,885,000.00
Federal home loan banks
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94,750,000.00
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund.
457,811,000.00
Federal Housing Administration
fund
471,000.00
Federal old-age and survivors insmance trust fund
2,868,801,000.00
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
144,288,000.00
Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund
198,269,000.00

27,186,460,508.90

27,278,047,079.85

18,731,006,178.04

34,041,124,360.99

24,291, 262,846. 21

19,977,019,908. 37

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323,935,000.00
188,849,000.00
14,391,000.00
1,396,670,583.19
211,255,000.00

299,939,000.00
127,638,000.00
60,019,000.00
2,369,195,436.11
161,350,000.00

313,779,000.00
122,880,000.00
49,464,000.00
2,368,381,145.53
163,973,000.00

313,260,000.00
125,960,000.00
30,946,000.00
2,502,943,318.17
164,582,000.00

308,600,000.00
124,697,000.00
43,068,000.00
2,523,341,088.08
216,234,000.00

307,310,000.00
115,548,000.00
113,462,000.00
2,528,708,178.12
215,932,000.00

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351,732,000.00
122,000,000.00

355,050,000.00
112,600,000.00

348,954,000.00
121,000,000.00

350,315,000.00
203,500,000.00

210,473,000.00
106,800,000.00

382,045,000.00
113,200,000.00

502,120,000.00

448,785,000.00

472,673,000.00

603,798,000.00

644,812,000.00

484,228,000.00

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534,000.00

7,101,000.00

7,721,000.00

7,871,000.00

15,073,000.00

1,232,000.00

2,928,119,000.00

2,852,144,000.00

2,893,306,000.00

2,993,408,000.00

2,336,601,000.00

2,903,868,000.00

36,698,000.00

119,448,000.00

160,845,000.00

29,697,000.00

74,987,000.00

88,744,000.00

176,982,000.00

206,349,000.00

183,225,000.00

193,407,000.00

249,005,000.00

201,179.000.00

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Public issues—Continued
Nonmarketable—Continued
U.S. savings bonds—Continued
Unclassified:
Cash
Exchanges:
Series E, F, and J for
SeriesH
U.S. savings stamps
Subtotal.

Exchanges:

February 1972

$105,288,828.07

-$169,842,323.04

4,205,945.44
163,923.10

-3,251,001.15
158,433.54




AprU 1972

$105,453.94
-3,671,584.72
130,376.76

May 1972

June 1972

Total,
fiscal
year 1972

Total, fiscal
year 1971

-$10,977,567.69

$11,822,894.52

-$22,639,598.17

-$725,322,904.65

-1,597,612.01
131,437.55

-968,617.50
114,054.35

-2,242,198.70
1,963,397.25

-21,805,362.45
8,910,186.85

3,645,168,798.61
3,582,092,433.77
2,235,197,192.10
3,357,719,196.95
3,998,208,226.89
42,919,371,055.87
21,244,755,076.55
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Treasury bonds, investment series
3,738,000.00
Total nonmarketable issues.
3,648,906,798.51
Total public issues... 27,071,553,289.51

Special issues:
CivU service retirement fund
Employees health benefit fund...
Employees life insurance fund....
Exchange StabUization Fund
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp..
Federal disabUity insurance trust
fund...
Federal home loan banks
Federal hospital insurance trust
fund......
Federal Housing Administration
fund
Federal old-age and survivors
hisurance trust fund
Federal Savmgs and Loan Insmance Corp
Federal supplementary medical
insurance trust fund

March 1972

2,548,000.00

1,734,000.00

875,000.00

1,275,000.00

36,918,000.00

39,528,000.00

3,584,640,433.77
25,253,056,872.27

2,236,931,192.10
22,851,859,783.35

3,358,594,196.95
28,491,841,104.95

3,999,483,226.89
30,837,687,747.39

42,956,289,055.87
309,325,883,54L 37

21,284,283,076.55
260,610,709,125.80

310,362,000.00
117,541,000.00
114, 740,000.00
2,511,657,396.78
442,001,000.00

319,024,000.00
63,731,000.00
50,199,000.00
2,609,863,76L 25
427,027,000.00

322,797,000.00
123,963,000.00
34,394,000.00
4,553,250,020.16
230,194,000.00

327,376,000.00
113,068,000.00
33,897,000.00
933,994,252.78
254,866,000.00

3,086,209,000.00
156,961,000.00
19,858,000.00
952,299,747.74
283,106,000.00

6,537,537,000.00
1,427,169,000.00
663, 207,000.00
26,596,833,347.62
2,930,421,000.00

8,391,013,000.00
803,559,000.00
700,838,000.00
4,761,279,157.05
1,976,674,000.00

354,888,000.00
120,600,000.00

367,780,000.00
116,800,000.00

404,285,000.00
109,800,000.00

426,263,000.00
187,945,000.00

1,224,252,000.00
96,798,000.00

5,109,922,000.00
1,505,493,000.00

4,933,975,000.00
5,322,250,000.00

475,979,000.00

812,277,000.00

665,799,000.00

553,848,000.00

887,919,000.00

6,810,049,000.00

6,719,319,000.00

1,448,000.00

1,699,000.00

1,903,000.00

2,173,000.00

2,417,000.00

49,643,000.00

5,222,000.00

2,950, 328, 000. 00

3,047, 294,000.00

3,047, 895,000.00

3,327,391,000. 00

5, 936, 386,000.00

38,085,439,000.00

35, 818, 867, 000. 00

67,316,000.00

48,529,000.00

69,863,000.00

76,784,000.00

227,210,000.00

248,604,000.00

234,878,000.00

212,751,000.00

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135,116,000.00

1,042,213,000.00

926,5-29,000.00

392,162,000.00

2,724,021,000.00

2,545,600,000.00

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Expenditures (retirements)
Special issues—Continued
Foreign service rethement fund..
Government life hismance f u n d Highway trust fund
National service life insurance
trustfund
Po.stal Service fund . . . .
Raihroad rethrement account
Railroad rethement holding account
...
RaUroad rethement supplemental account
Serviceraen's group life insurance fund . .
. .
Unemployment trust fund
Veterans' reopened insm-ance fund
Veterans' special life insurance
fund
Total special issues
Other issues:
Federal Reserve banks
International Monetary
notes
.
Other....

J u l y 1971

S e p t e m b e r 1971

A u g u s t 1971

N o v e m b e r 1971

D e c e m b e r 1971

J a n u a r y 1972

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3,988,000.00
403,377,000.00

$2,025,000.00
5,472,000.00
603, 259,000.00

$2,018,000.00
4,952,000. 00
438,937, 000.00

$2,071,000.00
4,939, 000.00
491,438,000. 00

$2,070,000.00
5,427,000.00
556,988, 000.00

$909,000.00
5,407,000.00
389,165,000.00

$2,314, 000. 00
3,983, 000. 00
420, 547, 000. 00

6, 202, 000.00
249,677, 000. 00
157,987,000.00

11,152,000.00
1,174,801,000. 00
310,348,000. 00

9,110,000.00
458,448,000.00
166,511, 000.00

12,132,000.00
367,480, 000. 00
173, 788,000. 00

8,076, 000.00
165,905, 000. 00
178,041,000. 00

10,834,000.00
596,832,000.00
86,633,000.00

12,772,000.00
1,314,576, 000. 00
174,610,000. 00

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2,037,000. 00

2,164,000.00 .
5,472,000.00

6,472,000.00

6,792,000.00

5,758,000.00

6, 082,000. 00

6, 059,000. 00

6,170, 000. 00

491,657,000.00

514,722,000.00

483,031,000.00

41-2,418,000.00

475,022,000.00

498, 298,000. 00

591, 009,000.00

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8,883,600,583.19

8,676,323,436.11

8, 666, 225,145.53

8,819,363,318.17

8,344,338,088.08

9,981, 449,178.12

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Total other issues

303,037,00

347,700.00

395,073.66

264,547.00

429, 237. 00

321, 251. 00

249,091. 00

303,037. 00

347,700. 00

395, 073.66

264,547. 00

429,237.00

321, 251. 00

249, 091. 00

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30,701,694,318.25

36,070,408,792.09

35,954,765, 589.62

Excess of receipts, or expenditmes ( - )

7,168,840,537.19

9,293,037,790.87

-2,324,034,403.83




October 1971

27,397,495,870.57

42,860,916,916.18

32,635,922,185.29

29,958,718,177. 49

9,510,851,036.06

- 1 , 268, 551, 242.70

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2,686, 283,576. 52

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Special issues—Continued
Foreign Service rethement fund..
Government life hisurance fund..
Highway trust fund.i
National service life insurance
trust fund
Postal Service fund.
Railroad retirement account
RaUroad rethement holding account
Railroad
retirement
supplemental account
Uneraployment trust fund
Veterans' reopened insmance
fund
Veterans' special life msmance
fund
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A p r i l 1972

$2,295,000. 00
11,943, 000. 00
205, 798,000. 00

$2,300,000.00
12, 705,000.00
409,951,000.00

$2, 278,000. 00
3,955,000.00
369,103,000. 00

$2, 247, 000. 00
4,933,000.00
392,464,000. 00

$4,571,000. 00
22, 220,000. 00
4, 687,346,000.00

109,083,000.00
520,988,000.00
177,397, 000. 00

59,194,000.00 .
543, 247,000.00
169,149,000.00

909,826,000.00
170,695,000.00

978,000.00
681,595,000.00
196, 731,000. 00

345,504,000. 00
797,027,000.00
856,862,000. 00

2,070, 000. 00

3,052, 000.00

11,465,000. 00

10, 985,000. 00

6,517,000.00
802, 701,000.00

6,343,000.00
558,928, 000. 00

7, 245, 000. 00
499,447,000.00

27, 776,000. 00
7,590,519, 000. 00

95, 987,000.00
13,705,284,000.00

109, 065,000.00
14, 783, 936,000. 00

51,838,000. 00

51, 838,000. 00

49,325,000. 00

2,100,000.00 .

Other issues:
Ferlftra,! Rp,.«?p,rvP. b a n k s .
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International Monetary Fund
notes
- .Other
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Total public debt expenditures

J u n e 1972

T o t a l , fiscal
y e a r 1972

$27, 111, 000.00
89,934,000.00
9,368,373,000. 00

$23, 789,000.00
165,910,000.00
8,412,370,000.00

585, 035, 000. 00
7, 778,402,000. 00 .
2,818, 752, 000. 00

2, 858, 821,000.00

1,152,913,000. 00

70,545,000. 00
9, 519,497,396. 78

Total special issues

Total other issues

M a r c h 1972

6, 291,000. 00
789,532,000.00

M a y 1972

T o t a l , fiscal
y e a r 1971

F e b r u a r y 1972

9, 918, 591, 761. 25

11, 820,149,020.16

8, 238,064, 252. 78

70,545, 000. 00

62,587,000. 00

27, 641, 774, 747. 74

127, 895, 704,347.62

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955, 000,000. 00

218,679.00

478,103.00

289,041.00

84,597. 00

427, 827.00

3, 808,183. 66

—1,180,000.000.00
4, 093,427. 25

218,679.00

478,103.00

289,041. 00

84,597,00

427, 827.00

3, 808,183. 66

35,172,128, 738.52

34, 672, 297, 844.51

36, 729,989,954. 73

58,479,890,322.13

1,189,324, 886.13

3,311,932,038.93

-2,039,414,525. 60

2,607,446,069. 92

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38,591, 269,365. 29

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[On basis of Public Debt accounts, see "Bases of Tables"]
Outstanding
June 30, 1971

Issues

Issues during year

Rederaptions
during year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 19721

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Marketable:
Treasury biUs, .series maturing: 2
Regular weekly:
.Tuly 1, 1971 (Strip issue) 3.
July 1-Aug. 12, 1971 (Strip issue) 4..
July 1, 1971..—
J-oly 8-Sept. 16, 1971 (Strip issue) 7.
July 8, 1971.
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July 15, 1971..
July 22, 1971
July 29, 1971
Regular monthly:
July 31, 1971
.....
. Regular weekly:
Aug. 5, 1 9 7 1 - - . . - . Aug. 12, 1971.....
Aug. 19, 1971..-..
Aug. 26, 1971
Regular raonthly:
Aug. 31, 1971
Regular weekly:
Sept. 2, 1971
Sept. 9, 1971.
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Sept. 16, 1971
Tax anticipation:
Sept. 21, 1971
Regular weekly:
Sept. 23, 1971
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Regular monthly:
Sept. 30, 1971
Regular weekly:
Oct. 7, 1971
Oct. 14, 1971
Oct. 21, 1971.
Oct. 28, 1971
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. 1,407,210,000.00
.88 3,302,485,000.00
. 2,205,720,000.00
.8 3 3,401,990,000.00
.9 8 3,408,420,000.00
.6 8 3,401,870,000.00
.6 8 3,401,930,000.00
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$200,615,000.00
1,407,210,000.00
3,302,455,000.00
.. 2,205,720,000.00
3,401,990,000.00
3,408,420,000.00
3,401,800,000.00
3,401,900,000.00

1,703,030,000.00

1,702,990,000.00

. 6 8 3, 405,530,000.00
.6 8 3,400,490,000.00
. 8 3,403,610,000.00
. 8 3,502,940,000.00

3, 405,530,000.00
3,400,490,000.00
3,403,600,000.00
3,502,920,000.00

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1,704,250,000.00

1,704,310,000.00

. 8 3,502,680,000.00
. 8 3,501,730,000.00.
. 8 3,501,510,000.00
-..

3,502,440,000.00
3,501,730,000.00
3,501,485,000.00

$1,751,570,000.00

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3,302,885,000.00

2,199,978,000.00

5,502,698,000.00

3,804,990,000.00

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1,751,555,000.00

1,600,600,000.00
1, 600, 225, 000.00
1,401,175,000.00
1,401, 225, 000.00

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20,000.00

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3,804,970,000.00

2,302,630, 000.00 3, 903,090,000.00
2, 302, 285, 000.00 3, 902,470,000.00
2,302,025,000.00
3, 703,190,000.00
2,313,165,000.00
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40,000.00
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raonthly:
Oct. 31, 1971
Regular weekly:
N o v . 4, 1971
N o v . 11, 1971
N o v . 18, 1971-..
Nov.26, 1971
Regular m o n t h l y :
N o v . 3 0 , 1971
Regular weekly:
D e c . 2, 1971
D e c 9, 1971.
D e c 16, 1 9 7 1 . . .
D e c 23, 1 9 7 1 . . .
D e c 30, 1971Regular monthly:
D e c 3 1 , 1971-.
Regular weekly:
J a n . 6, 1972
J a n . 13, 1 9 7 2 . . .
J a n . 20, 1972
J a n . 27, 1972._
Regular monthly:
Jan. 31,1972..J
Regular weekly:
F e b . 3, 1972
F e b . 10, 1972.
F e b . 17, 1972
F e b . 24, 1972
Regular inonthly:
F e b . 29, 1972Regular weekly:
Mar. 2, 1972
Mar, 9, 1972.
Mar, 18, 1972.
Mar, 23, 1972
Mar, 30-July 8, 1972 (Strip issue)9
M a r . 3 0 , 1972
Regular monthly:
Mar, 31, 1972.
Regular weekly:
A p r . 6, 1 9 7 2 . . . .
A p r . 13, 1972
A p r . 20, 1972.

1,701,110,000.00

1,700,910,000.00

200,000.00

2,300,580,000.00
2,300,060,000.00
2,301,900,000.00
2,300,945,000.00

3,700,800,000.00
3,700,090,000.00
3,703,885,000.00
3,701,110,000.00

20,000.00
10,000.00

1,701,780,000.00

76,000.00

2,300,345,000.00
2,303,215,000.00
2,300,070,000.00
2,300,490,000.00
3,901,690,000.00

3,695,275,000.00
3,703,595,000.00
3,700,445,000.00
3,903,825,000.00
3,901,635,000.00
1,701,300,000.00

250,000.00

3,892,460,000.00
3,902,405,000.00
3,901,685,000.00
3,902,625,000.00

3,892,330,000.00
3,902,340,000.00
3,901,565,000.00
3,902,595,000.00

130,000.00
65,000.00
120,000.00
30,000.00

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75,000.00

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3,902,575,000.00
3,900,325,000.00
3,900,865,000.00
3,900,565,000.00

3,902,555,000.00
3,900,275,000.00
3,900,845.000.00
3,900, 535; 000. 00

20,000.00
50,000.00
20,000.00
30,000.00

1,701,060,000.00

120,000.00

3,901,360,000.00
3,903,055,000.00
3,901,460,000.00
3,909,510,000.00
3,064,660,000.00
lo 3^ 902,945,000, 00

1,400,240,000.00
1,400,040,000.00
1,401,985,000.00
1,400,165,000.00

3,901,315,000.00
3,903,025,000.00
3,901,255,000.00
3,909,325,000.00
2,860,340,000.00
3,902,890,000.00

45,000.00
30,000.00
205,000.00
185,000.00

103,901,145,000,00
10 3,902, 590,000, 00
103,901,430,000.00

3,900,950,000.00
3,902,550,000.00
3,901,360,000.00

1,701,835,000.00
1,394,930,000.00
1,400,480,000.00
1,400,390,000.00
1,603,345,000.00
1,701,550,000.00

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10,000.00
55,000.00
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1,701,180,000.00

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55,000.00

1,700,605,000.00
195,000.00
40,000.00
70,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1971

Issues d u r i n g y e a r

Rederaptions
d u r i n g year

Transferred t o
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Outstanding
J u n e 30, 19721

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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
T a x anticipation:
A p r . 21, 1972.
Regular weekly:
A p r . 27, 1972
Regular raonthly: •
Apr.30,1972
Regular weekly:
M a y 4, 1 9 7 2 . . .
May 11,1972...
M a y 18, 1972.-. _
M a y 25, 1972.'^ .
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...Regular
M a y 31, 1972..
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Regular weekly:
J u n e l , 1972
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J u n e 8, 1 9 7 2 . . . .
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J u n e 15, 1 9 7 2 . . . . .
T a x anticipation:
J u n e 2 1 , 1972
Regular weekly:
June22,1972
.
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J u n e 2 9 , 1972
.....'.
Regular m o n t h l y :
J u n e 3 0 , 1972
Regular weekly:
J u l y 6, 1972
J u l y 13, 1972
J u l y 20, 1972
J u l y 27, 1972
Regular monthly:'
J u l y 31, 1972
.R e g u l a r weekly:
Aug.3, 1972..
A u g . 10, 1972
A u g . 17, 1972
Aug. 24, 1972




$4,032,700,000.00

$4,032,260,000.00

$440,000.00

10-3,901,525,000.00

3,901,330,000.00

195,000.00

501,150,000.00

1,701,585,000.00

100,000.00

10 3,902,445,000.00
lo 3,901,385,000.00
lo 4,007, 245,000.00
lo 4,001,120,000.00
raonthly:
1,200,820,000.00
. 500,255,000.00

3,902,176,000.00
3,901,195,000.00
4,007,215,000.00
4,000,775,000.00

270,000.00
190,000.00
30,000.00
345,000.00

1,700,685,000.00

lo 4,001,435,000.00
lo 4,001,935,000.00
lo 4,001,905,000.00

4,001,075,000.00
4,000,735,000.00
4,001,190,000.00

390,000.00
„ v
360,000.00
1,200,000.00
715,000.00

3,026,480,000.00
.
lo 4,002,475,000.00
lo 3,901, 760,000.00

3,024,849,000.00

1,611,000.00

4,001,100,000.00
3,897,093,000.00

1,375,000.00
4,667,000.00

500,470,000.00

1,678,534,000.00

24,271,000.00.1

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10 3,902,685,000.00
3,901,505,000.00
3,901,915,000.00
3,903,330,000.00

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1,702,645,000.00
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3,901,285,000.00
3,900,925,000.00
4,101,135,000.00
4,102,370,000.00

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3,901,505,000.00
3,901,916,000.00
3,903,330,000.00
1,702,645,000.00
3,901,285,000.00
3,900,925,000.00
4,101,135,000.00
4,102,370,000.00

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Aug.31, 1972
Regular weekly:
Sept. 7,1972
Sept. 14, 1972
Sept. 21, 1972...
Sept. 28, 1972
Regular raonthly:
Sept. 30,1972...
Regular weekly:
Oct. 6,1972
Oct. 12,1972
Oct. 19, 1972.
Oct. 26, 1972
Regular raonthly:
Oct.31, 1972....
Regular weekly:
Nov. 2, 1972
Nov. 9,1972
Nov. 16, 1972
Nov. 24, 1972
Regulai- monthly:
Nov, 30,1972
Regular weekly:
Dec. 7,1972
D e c 14, 1972D e c 21, 1972-..
D e c 28, 1972.^
Regular monthly:
Dec 31,1972.
Jan.31,1973
Feb. 28,1973Mar.31,1973
Apr. 30,1973.
May 31,1973
June 30,1973
Total Treasmy bills
Treasury notes:
55^% Series B-1971
8>i% Series F-1971
7%% Series G-1971—
4M% Series A-1972
Footnotes at end of table.




,

6,797,825,000.00

6,797,825,000.00

4,101,756,000.00
4,101,210,000.00
4,101,700,000.00
4,105,320,000.00

4,101,765,000.00
4,101,210,000.00
4,101,700,000.00
4,105,320,000.00

1,702,030,000.00

3,502,230,000.00 . .

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1,800,205,000.00
1,801,595,000.00
1,802,075,000.00
1,799,460,000.00

3,502,230,000.00
.
1,800,205,000.00
1,801,695,000.00
1,802,076,000.00
1,799,460,000,00

1,701,030,000.00
1,700,320,000.00
1,700,665,000.00
1,701,930,000.00
1,199,860,000.00
1,200,180,000.00
1,201,236,000.00

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1,700,170,000,00
'
1,800,630,000.00
1,800,365,000.00
1,800,680,000.00
1,800,905,000.00

1,800,630,000.00
1,800,365,000.00
1,800,580,000.00
1,800,905,000.00

-

-

1,800,340,000.00
1,800,825,000.00
1,800,855,000.00
1,800,500,000.00

1,700,170,000,00

-

1,702,030,000,00

1,800,340,000.00
1,800,825,000.00
1,800,855,000.00
1,800,600,000.00 . . .

1,701,030,000.00
1,700,320,000.00
1,700,665,000.00
1,701,930,000.00
1,199,860,000.00
1,200,180,000.00
1,201,236,000.00

88,676,420,000.00 243,600,443,000.00 235,589,679,000.00

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-

-

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962,796,000,00
2,267,370,000.00
5,838,276,000.00
799,623,000.00

959,896,000.00
2,266,646,000.00
6,832,543,000.00
797,433,000.00

39,294,000.00

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2,900,000.00
724,000.00
3,733,000.00 . . .
2,090,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1971

Issues d u r i n g year

Rederaptions
d u r i n g year

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Marketable—Continued
Treasmy notes—Continued
4 M % Series B-1972
73^% Series C-1972
6 K % Series D-1972
5% Series E-1972
6%) Series F-1972
7^%) Series A-1973
83^% Series B-1973
63^^% Series C-1973
m % Series D-1973
4 M % Series E-1973
5M% Series A-1974
5 % % Series B-1974
7M% Series C-1974
73^% Series D - 1 9 7 4 . . . . . . . . - 1
5 K % Series A-1976
6% Series B-1975
5J^% Series C-1975
7% Series D-1976
5J^% Series E-1975
5J^% Series F-1975
GH% Series A-1976
6>^% Series B-1976
73^% Series C-1976
634% Series D-1976
5 H % Series E-1976
8% Series A-1977
7 ^ % Series B-1977
6 ^ % Series A-1978
6% Series B-1978
13^% Series EO-1971
13^% Series EA-1972
VA% Series EO-1972
13^% Series EA-1973
13^% Series EO-1973
13^% Series EA-1974




$5,310,014,000.00
2,689,673,000.00
2,037,270,000.00
3,451,504,000.00
2,285,454,000.00
5,843,698,000.00
1,839,106,000.00

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7,212,031,000.00
10,283,922,000.00
3,140,968,000.00
4,507,325,000.00
5,148,443,000.00
6,759,985,000.00
7,679,625,000.00

3,738,758,000.00
2,697,016,000.00
4,193,732,000.00

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5,162,870,000.00
2,263,385,000.00
8,387,640,000.00
71,827,000.00
33,951,000.00
33,217,000.00
33,750,000.00
29,764,000.00
33,883,000.00

$6,301,318,000.00
2,876,909,000.00
2,032,772,000.00
87.7,111,000.00

$8,696,000.00
12,764,000.00
4,498,000.00

-$179,000.00
-3,000.00
-2,000.00
2,514,231,000.00
4,267,854,000.00
3,792,411,000.00
-9,000.00
-1,694,000.00
-2,102,000.00

179,194,000.00
171,717,000.00 . - . . . - - - . . - .

-1,031,000.00
3,114,603,000.00
2,045,169,000.00
1,776,409,000.00
.
-133,000.00
1,283,296,000.00
2,802,404,000.00
756,000.00
864,000.00
8,207,497,000.00
.

71,823,000.00
33,940,000.00
.

$2,574,393,000.00
2,285,275,000.00
5,843,695,000.00
1,839,104,000.00
2,514,231,000.00
4,267,854,000.00
3,792,411,000.00
7,212,022,000.00
10,283,922,000.00
2,960,080,000.00
4,333,506,000.00
6,148,443,000.00
6,759,985,000.00
7,678,594,000.00
3,114,603,000.00
2,045,169,000.00
1,776,409,000.00
3,738,758,000.00
2,697,016,000.00
4,193,599,000.00
1,283,296,000.00
2,802,404,000.00
6,182,870,000.00
2,284,141,000.00
8,388,504,000.00
8,207,497,000.00

4,000.00
11,000.00
33,217,000.00
33,750,000.00
29,764,000.00
33,883.000.00

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134% Series EA-1975
134% Series EO-1975
134% Series EA-1976
134% Series EO-1976
134% Series EA-1977

41,702,000.00
7,945,000.00
30,654,000.00
3,499,000.00

Total Treasury notes..
Treasury bonds:
234% of 1967-72 (dated Jime 1, 1946)
234% of 1967-72 (dated Oct. 20, 1941)
234% of 1967-72 (dated Nov. 15, 1946)
4% of 1971
3J^%ofl971..
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962)—.
4% of 1972 (dated Nov. 16, 1962)
4% of 1973..
434% of 1973
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43^% of 1974
3>g%ofl974..
43^% of 1975-85
33^% of 1978-83
4% of 1980
334% of 1980
7% of 1981
684% of 1982
334% of 1985
63.^% of 1986
43^% of 1987-92
4% of 1988-93
43/8% of 1989-94
334% of 1990
3% of 1996
334% of 1998
Total Treasmy bonds
Total marketable issues

104,808,576,000.00
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1,231,785,000.00
1,950,721,150.00
2,561,213,600.00
2,805,623,500.00
1,080,988,000.00
2,578,547,000.00
979,945,000.00
3,893,832,600.00
4,343,343,500.00
3,126,340,000.00
3,578,677,000.00
2,238,325,500.00
1,211,733,600.00
1,534,419,500.00
2,690,948,500.00
1,903,722,500.00
1,054,669,500.00

-

3,803,711,000.00
248,932,000.00
1,560,710,500.00
4,649,095,000.00
1,189,012,500.00
3,869,691,000.00
63,973,987,150.00

41,702,000.00
7,945,000.00
30,394,000.00
27,417,000.00
10,554,000.00
3,052,000.00

-280,000.00
23,918,000.00
10,554,000.00
3,052,000.00
29,837,605,000.00

1,216,261,000.00

4,725,391,000.00

35,420,000.00

1,142,960,500.00
13,900.00
14,304,000.00
2,803,582,500.00
1,078,373,000.00
1,125,282,500.00
973,901,600.00

806,934,000.00
2,702,196,000.00

21,191,302,000. 00

88,824,500.00
..2,041,000.00
2,615,000.00
6,043,500.00

3,914,000.00
658,829,500.00
725,689,500.00
1,971,500.00
4,027,000.00
20,062,000.00
8,055,000.00
3,835,600.00
41,518,000.00
25,415,000.00
4,760,000.00
21,857,500.00
263,884,500.00
171,721,000.00
383,975,500.00

113,419,459,000.00
1,950,707,250.00
2,546,909,500.00
1,453,264,500.00
3,893,832,500.00
4,339,429,500.00
2,467,510,500.00
2,852,987,500.00
2,236,354,000.00
1,207,706,500.00
1,514,357,600.00
2,582,893,500.00
1,899,887,000.00
806,934,000.00
2,702,196,000.00
1,013,151,500.00
1,216,261,000.00
3,778,296,000.00
242,172,000.00
1,528,853,000.00
4,385,210,500.00
1,017,291,500.00
3,485,715,500.00

9,477,933,400.00

99,524,000.00
174,238,000.00

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245,458,983,150.00 278,163,439,000.00 266,258,914,400.00

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Outstanding
June 30, 1971

Issues during year

Redemptions
during year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 19721

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT—Continued

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Nonmarketable:
Certificates of indebtedness:
3.10% foreign series.
3.15% foreign series
3.30% foreign series
3.35% foreign series
3.40% foreign series
3.45% foreign series.
3.50% foreign series
3.55% foreign series-..
3.80% foreignseries...
3.70% foreign series
3.75% foreign series.
3.80% foreign series
3.85% foreign series
3.90% foreign series
3-.96% foreign series.
4.00% foreign series
4.05% foreign series.
4.10% foreign series...
4.15% foreign series
4.20% foreign series
4.25% foreign series
4.35% foreign series
4.40% foreign series
4.45% foreign series
4.50% foreign series
4.56% foreign series
4.88% foreign series
4.70% foreign series
4.75% foreign series
4.85% foreign series
4.95% Jiuieigii series
t.ijo'/o foreign aeiiea
5.10% foreign series
5.30% foreign series
5.40% foreign series
5.424% foreign series




$301,017,399.32
5,000,000.00
.

832,000,000.00
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513,000,000.00
130,000,000.00
35,000,000.00

60,000,000.00
ou, uuu, uuu. uu
250,000,000.00

$1,990,000,000.00
681,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
55,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
236,000,000.00
55,000,000.00
1,830,000,000.00
1,105,017,399.32
734,000,000.00
1,588,000,000.00

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$1,990,000,000.00
881,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
55,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
211,000,000.00

353,017,399.32
1,106,017,399.32
25,000,000.00
926,000,000.00
832,000,000.00
3,068,000,000.00
1,255,000,000.00..
105,000,000.00 .
105,000,000.00
2,900,000,000.00
2,022,000,000.00
253,000,000.00
253,000,000.00
1,996,000,000.00
1,995,000,000.00
675,000,000.00
576,000,000.00
261,000,000.00
261,000,000.00
1,803,000,000.00
2,316,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
839,000,000.00
839,000,000.00
437,000,000.00
492,000,000.00
1,247,317,399.32
1,282,317,399.32
559,000,000.00
559,000,000.00
927,000,000.00
927,000,000.00
1,073,000,000.00
1,073,000,000.00
789,000,000.00
789,000,000.00
1,596,000,000.00
1,656,000,000.00
x, uyo, uuu, uuu. uu
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167,000,000.00
187,000,000.00
340,000,000.00
340,000,000.00
1,042,000,000.00
1,042,000,000.00
750,000,000.00
1,000,000.000.00

$225,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
55,000,000.00
1,778,000,000.00
714,000,000.00
662,000,000.00
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1,813,000,000.00
878,000,000.00
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5.55% foreign series
5.90% foreign series

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Total foreign series certificates
Treasury notes:
2.50% foreign series
3.85^ foreignseries...
3.90% foreign series
4.25% foreign series
4.30% foreign series
4.40% foreign series
4.60%o foreign series
4.65% foreign series
4.67% foreign series
4.70%, foreign series
4.76% foreign series
4.80% foreign series..4.95% foreign series
•6.05% foreign series..
5.10%o foreign series
5.15%, foreign series
6.35% foreign series
5.40% foreign series..
5.60% foreign series
5.70% foreign series...
5.80% foreign series
5.85% foreign series
5.94%: foreign series....
5.95% foreign series
5.97% foreign series
6.00% foreign series
6.05% foreign series
6.15% foreign series
6.20% foreign series.-.
6.25% foreign series.:..
6.30% foreign series
6.45% foreign series
6.50% foreign series
6.66% foreign series
6.60% foreign series
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2,126,017,399.32
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50,000,000.00
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150,000,000.00
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50,000,000.00

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100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
110,000,000.00

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8,000,000.00
12,000,000.00
200,000,000.00 •.
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.600,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
117,000,000.00

1,110,017,399.32
90,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
31,415,352,197.96
158,373,190.59
150,000,000.00
190,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
322,353,752.68
300,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

400,000,000.00

1,110,017,399.32 .
90,000,000.00 .
200,000,000.00 .
27,316,389,597.28

6,225,000,000.00
158,373,190.59

125,000,000.00
50,000,000.00

160,000,000.00
190,000,000.00
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175,000,000.00
175,000,000.00
150,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
322,353,752.68
300,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

150,000,000.00

50,000,000.00
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100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
600,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
1,250,000,000.00
1,250,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
24,552,930.87 . . . . .
600,000,000.00
90,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

600,000,000.00

600,000,000.00
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24,552,930.87
90,000,000.00

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10,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
8,000,000.00
12,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
103,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
117,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
1,850,000,000.00
1,250,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
800,000,000.00

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Issues

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June 30, 1971

Issues during year

Redemptions
dming year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 1972

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Treasmy notes—Continued
o.do% foreign series
6.65% loreign series
6.70% foreign series
6.75% foreign series
6.79% foreign series
6.80% foreign series
6.84% foreign series
6.85% foreign series
7.25% foreign series
7.46% foreign series
7.65% foreign series
7.63% foreign series
7.65% foreign s e r i e s . - . - . - . . . . - . . . . . - . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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$2(ju, uuu,uuu. UU
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100,000,000.00
_'.
100,000,000.00

200,000,000.00

100,000,000.00

300,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

$100,000,000.00

200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00

100,000.000.00

200,000,000.00

100,000,000.00

200,000,000.00

300,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
200,000,000.00 .

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200,000,000.00
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Treasury bonds:
4.25% foreign series
Certificates of indebtedness:
3.35% foreign currency series
3.50% foreign cm-rency series
3.625% foreign currency series
4.26% foreign cm-rency series
4.40% foreign cm-rency series
6.75% foreign cmrency series
6.55% foreign cmrency series
6.70% foreign cmrency series...
6.75% foreign currency series
6.90% forelan cmrency series
7.23% foreign currency series
7.30% foreign currency series
7.60% foreign currency series




6,456,552,930.87

7,920,726,943.27

2,689,552,930.87

23,929,534.25
262,516,262.62
..52,503,052.50
105,006,106.01
140,415,140.42
23,687,423.69
54,945,054.95
106,227,106.23
41,614,041.51
31,746,031.75
24,420,024.42

10,687,726,943.27

23,929,534.25 ,

160,112,806.31

-

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262,515,262.52

110,982,082.20
55,699,481.87
-

-

52,603,052.50
105,006,105.01
160,112,806.31
140,415,140.42
23,687,423.69
54,945,054.95
106,227,106.23
41,514,041.61
31,716,031.75
24,420,024.42

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110,982,062.20
55,699,481.87

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7.73% foreign c m r e n c y s e r i e s .
T o t a l foreign cm-rency series certificatesT r e a s u r y notes:
2.051% foreign c u r r e n c y series3.05% foreign c u r r e n c y series--.
3.90% foreign c u r r e n c y series. .
4.15% foreign c m r e n c y series. .
4.40% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
4.43% foreign currency s e r i e s . .
4.50% foreign currency s e r i e s . . .
4.55% foreign currency series. _.
4.77% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
4.80% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
4.85% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
5.15% foreign currency s e r i e s . . .
6.25% foreign cm-rency s e r i e s . . .
5.28% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . .
5.46% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
5.55% foreign cm-rency s e r i e s . . .
5.65% foreign cm-rency s e r i e s . . .
5.67% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
5.73% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
6.15% foreign c u r r e n c y s e r i e s . . .
6.25% foreign currency s e r i e s . . .
6.35% foreign cm-rency s e r i e s . . .
T o t a l foreign c u r r e n c y series notes..
334% T r e a s u r y b o n d s
3.521% T r e a s u r y certificates, raaturing J u l y 1 , 1 9 7 1 . .
3.521% T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u l y 3 , 1 9 7 1 - 3.865% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u l y 31,19716.080% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g Oct. 1 , 1 9 7 1 . .
6.080% T r e a s m y certificates, raaturing Oct. 3 , 1 9 7 1 . . .
5.554% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g Oct. 31, 1971-.
1% T r e a s m y certificates, raaturing Dec. 15,1971
4.876% Treasm-y certificates, n i a t u r i n g J a n . 1, 1972-..
4.676% T r e a s u r y certtficates, raaturing J a n . 3 , 1 9 7 2 . 3.731% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t m i n g A p r . 3 , 1 9 7 2 . .
1% T r e a s u r y certificates, raaturing J u n e 15,1972

26,862,026.88 .
29,304,029.30 .
899,145, 299.16

134,590,058. 25
31,501,831.50
31,746,031.75
134,019,834.92

26,780, 279.98
" 'l'3'5', '5'o"l', '3'5"5'. 'o'o'

135, 501,355. 00
"l'3'5r5'oir3'5'5''o'o"
765,142,101.40

26,862,026.86 .
29,304,029.30 .
326, 794,350.38
153,000, 000. 00
18,409,941.75
1,451,218.50
147,890,946.50
1,462,468.25
18,980,165. 08
24,738,587.10
33,704,952.04
33,374,728.35
I l l , 120,750.00
43,426,500.00
1,319, 220.02
33, 208, 500. 00
17,498,645.00
274,608,750. 00
25,545,000.00
30,654,000.00
345,363,291.00
17,498,645.00
57,476, 250. 00
17,498,645.00
28,099,500.00
1,436,330,703.59

1,059, 258,105.47

166, 881, 544.07

.
.

153,000, 000.00
153,000,000.00
32,953,050.00 .

.

147,890,946.50
33, 208, 600. 00 .
153,000, 000. 00 .

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.
.
.
.
76,500,000.00 .
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
295, 861, 550. 00 .

24,738, 587.10
33,704,952.04
33,374,728.36
111, 120,750. 00
43,426,500.00
28,099,500.00
33, 208,500.00
76, 500,000.00
274,608,750.00
25, 545,000.00
30,654,000.00
346,363,291.00
153,000,000.00
57,476,250.00
153,000,000. 00
28, 099, 500.00
1,905,811,254.99
250,000,000.00

250, 000, 000. 00 .
2,195. 22 .
1,715,685.33 .
1,023,761.06 .
2, 214. 54
1,730,787.65
1,033,853.15
271,031.83 .
2,"242.'66'
1,752,768.65
990,920.53
272,386.99

2,195. 22
1,715,685.33
1,023,761.08
2,214.54
1,730,787.65
1,033,653.15
271,031.83
2,242.66
1,752,768.65
990,920.53
272,386.99

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Issues

INTEREST-BEARING

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1971

Issues d u r i n g year

Transferred t o
raatured
debt

Rederaptions
d u r i n g year

Outstanding
J u n e .30, 19721
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N onra ar ketable—C o n t i n u e d
3.50% T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1972..
3.50% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1972..
3.849% T r e a s m y certtficates, m a t m i n g J u l y 3 , 1 9 7 2 . .
1% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g D e c . 16,1972
4.35% T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g J a n . 2,1973
3.50% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1973..
3.60% T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 3 . .
T o t a l T r e a s u r y certificates.
T r e a s u r v certificates of indebtedne.ss.
6 ^ % EurodoUar Series A-1971
6 K % E u r o d o l l a r Series B-1971
T o t a l T r e a s u r y certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s
U . S . savings b o n d s : n
SeriesE-1941
SeriesE-1942
Series E-1943
SeriesE-1944..
Series E-1945..
SeriesE-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 Deceraber)
Series E-1953
Series E-1954.
Series E-1955
Series E-1956..
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386, 502,971.90

457, 252, 245; 37

$220, 294,804.43
1,000,163.34
264,953. 28
133,986,702.70
57,848,022.26
320,120,412.12
739,300,032.30

$67,736,600.03 .
608,797,776.33 .
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66,993,351.36 .
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750,325,375.32

$1, 000,163. 34
284,953. 28
66, 993,351.35
57,848,022. 26
320,120,412.12
446, 226,902. 35

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500,051,000.00 .
2,008,488,000.00 .

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1, 508,437,000. 00 .
500,051,000.00 .
2,008,488,000.00 .

196,462,687.69
863,252,891.82
1,355,074,004.50
1,660,779,784.64
1,463,277,972.97
826,727,141.10
925,620,038.52
1,037,400,740.14
1,102,266,113.51
1,016,462,915.78
881,895,920.97
304,055,144.12
638,651,178.16
1,157,465,603.21
1,240,354,404.47
1,337,938,893.06
1,329,289,037.94

11,288,358.16
49,420,613.02
72,382,642.09
85,824,044.40
73,653,533.29
41,280,371.99
45,830,924.31
50,917,789.48
56,854,010.80
55,049,637.40
49,409,356.44
18,037,837.03
37,073,818.71
62,884,356.93
64,919,334.00
67,787,144.97
68,214,471.03

16,883,166.15
66,618,613.62
99,299,156.27
121,908,883.35
107,210,237.60
59,930,825.64
68,464,375.55
74,208,598.42
77,399,784.02
71,031,787.09
65,299,876.36
22,522,356.97
45,124, 686.15
78,919,010.20
85,446,260.20
91,876,605.60
90,665,030.39

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190,857,880.69
848,154, 891. 22
1,328,157,490.32
1,624,698,945. 69
1,429,721, 288. 66
808,076,687.45
902,986, 585. 28
1,014,109,931.18
1,081,709,340. 29
1,000,480, 766.07
866, 005,401.08
299, 570, 825.18
630,600,410.71
1,141, 230,849.94
1,219,828,478.27
1,313,847,432.43
1,304,838,478. 68

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Series E-1957 (February to December).
Series E-1958.
Series E-1959 (January to May)
Series E-1959 (Jmie to December)..
SeriesE-1960
SeriesE-1961
SeriesE-1962
Series E-1983
Series E-1964...
Series E-1965 (January to Noveraber)
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966
SeriesE-1967
Series E-1968 (January to May)
Series E-1968 (June to December)
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December)
Series E-1970 (January to May)
Series E-1970 (June to December)
Series E-1971
Series E-1972
Unclassified sales and redemptions

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26,373,973.60

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Total Series E . .
SeriesH-1952..
_._.
Series H-1953
SeriesH-1954
Series H-1956
Series H-1956.
Series H-1957 (January)
Series H-1957 (February to Deceraber)
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 (January to May)
Series H-1959 (June to December)...
SeriesH-1960..
SeriesH-1961.
SeriesH-1962
SeriesH-1963
SeriesH-1964...
Series H-1965 (January to Noveraber).
Footnotes at end of table.




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5,906,195.96
69,267,386.47
68,064,382.86
28,122,528.26
37,591,450.63
70,941,555.98
80; 618,613. 80
88,513,470.61
107,113,328.98
122,544,207.06
84,675,713.52
9,215,056.22
106,316,631.29
105,780,825.30
44,534,729.32
58,846,330.22
42,626,322.43
59,175,223.00
48,385,938.78
70,784,053.86
3,215,597,186.89
2,558,138.412.50
2,089,142.25

8,349,347.16
83,571,065.19
97,489,157.49
41,415,394.90
56,991,789.11
106,626,304.95
128,983,323.66
123,029,648.39
162,688,058.06
152,622,690.08
112,497,786.53
11,978,221.40
153,592,621.00
154,737,090.76
78,236,129.00
115,851,008.67
82,264,848.35...
137,041,382.38
132,995,219.27
299,548,658.77
1,478,826,488.85
318,155,775.00
—181,642.10

45,912,355,170.88

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118,883,110.19
1,187,408,060.17
1,378,604,429.79
571,946,896.86
764,502,981.59
1,443,029,685.90
1,605,681,687.75
1,640,763,215.93
2,055,064,357.75
1,988,031,061.84
1,759,573,725.56
188,276,892.78
2,236,676,994.44
2,256,218,352.84
959,255,621.10
1,282,724,602.01
950,732,062.40
1,336,938,290.60
1,125,428,867.69
1,800,745,740.62
1,900,743,300.00

7,989,474,809.81

6,277,016,416.23 . :

42,444,000.00
119,993,000.00
225,537,000.00
318,095,600.00 _.:
285,627,000.00
23,813,000.00
215,376,600.00
316,667,500.00
146,935,500.00
166,690,000.00
518,923,000.00
588,982,000.00
522,348,000.00
498,237,500.00
458,680,000.00
387,981,500.00

2,661,500.00
6,242,000.00
12,909,000.00
18,098,000.00
16,181,000.00
1,271,000.00
12,840,500.00
19,286,500.00
8,383,500.00
9,597,000.00
28,661,000.00
42,623,500.00
31,738,500.00
22,468,000.00
20,233,500.00
16,620,500.00

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116,239,959.00
1,163,104,381.45
1,349,179,655.16
558,654,029.22
746,102,643.01
1,407,344,836.93
1,569,316,977.69
1,606,247,040.05
1,999,489,628.67
1,955,952,568.82
1,731,751,652.55
185,513,727.60
2,189,401,004.73
2,207,262,087.38
925,554,221.42
1,225,719,923.56
911,093,536.48
1,259,072,131.22
1,040,819,587.20
1,577,981,135.71
3,637,513,978.24
2,239,980,837.50
28,644,757.85

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39,782,500.00
113,751,000.00
212,6-28,000.00
299,997.500.00
269,446,000.00
22,542,000.00
202,536,000.00
297,381,000.00
138,552,000.00
156,993,000.00
490,262,000.00
546,358,500.00
490,609,500.00
475,769,500.00
438,446,500.00
371,341,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 1971

Issues during year

Rederaptions
during year

Transferred to
m a t u r e d debt

Outstanding
J u n e 30, 19721

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT-Continued
P u b l i c Issues—Continued
N onmarketable—C ontinued
U,S. savings bonds n—Continued
Series H-1965 (December)
SeriesH-1966
SeriesH-1967
Series H-1968 (January to May)
Series H-1968 (June to December)
Series H-1969 (January t o May)
Series H-1969 (June to December)
Series H-1970 (January to May)
Series H-1970 (June to D e c e m b e r ) . - .
SeriesH-1971
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales and redemptions

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484,509,000.00 423,320,600.00
168,453,000.00
201,385,000.00
147,247,000.00
180,008,000.00
169,192,500.00
208,612,600.00
239,297,000.00
.
13,485,000.00

162,500.00
528,000.00
273,866,000.00
313,033,000.00
676,500.00

$1,193,000.00
20,097,500.00
18,303,000.00
6,891,000.00
8,298,000.00
6,409,000.00
8,206,500.00
6,497,000.00
6,384,000.00
12,188,500.00
529,000.00
-1,740,000.00

7,106,280,500.00

588,192,000.00

380,071,500.00

7,334,381,000.00

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53,018,615,670.88

8,577,866,809.81

5,637,087,918.23

55,959,194,564.46

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66,563,339.36
61,891,147.44
121,707,439.52
269,188,487.39
88,928,122.48
101.26
608,078,637.44

3,331,776.10
3,099,867.45
6,009,903.62
12,334,641.06
3,604,039.92
-101.56
28,380,126.60

15,347,590.50
22,874,658.73

566,858.90
938,642.58

$26,000.00

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$33,347,000.00
464,411,500.00
405,017,500.00
161,662,000.00
193,113,000.00
140,838,000.00
173,801,500.00
163,858,000.00
202,756,500.00
600,974,500.00
312,504,000.00
15,801,500.00

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U . S . savings notes: n
SeriesS-1967
Series S-1968 (January to May)
Series S-1968 (June t o December)
SeriesS-1969
.
SeriesS-1970
Unclassmed
T o t a l U.S. savings notes
.
U . S . retirement plan bonds: 12
3.75%
4.16%...




td
10,661,167.04
6,609,712.69
13,091,638.26
33,831,860.34
17,641,198.19
81,835,674.52...

59,233,948.42
58,181,302.20
114,625,706.88
247,691,268.11
74,890,964.21
-.30
554,623,189.52

699,087.06
809,488.36

15,214,360.34
23,003,812.95

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Unclassified—Total U.S. reth'ement plan bonds

-

8,385,751.96
54,658.36
46,662,659.55

8,605,222.81
3,700.00
10,113,422.29

259,064.95
2,349.53
1,769,989.90

16,731,909.82
58,008.83
55,006,091.94

22,818,000.00

26,815,000.00

27,717,500.00

21,915,500.00

7,602,000.00

3,994,000.00

1,694,000.00

9,902,000.00

37,349,000.00

2,309,169,000.00

50,485,473,586.20

39,931,039,073.84

78,591,256,990.60

Depositary bonds:
Fh-st Series
Treasury bonds, REA series
Treasury bonds, investment series:
2M% Series B-1975-80

2,346,518,000.00

Total nonmarketable

68,036,822,478.24

Total pubhc issues

313,495,805,628.24 328,648,912,586.20 306,189,953,473.84

$174,238,000.00

335,780,526,740.60

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2

Special Issues
Civil service reth-ement fund:
6M% certificates
65^% certificates
6% certificates
6>^% cer tificates..
5 ^ % certificates
55^% certificates
7 ^ % notes...
634%) notes
634% notes
6%% notes
6M% notes
4M% notes
434% bonds
3J^%bonds
3M%bonds
Employees health benefits fund:
5.55% certtficates
5.08% certificates
4.68% certificates
4.55% certmcates
4.44% certmcates
4.34% certmcates
4.32% certificates
3.85% certmcates
3.76% certificates
3.73% certificates
Footnotes at end of table.




2,951,729,000.00
2,909,257,000.00
5,835,123,000.00
1,628,319,000.00
1,758,171,000.00
3,673,368,000.00
1,783,980,000.00
1,051,298,000.00
.

46,433,000.00

385,918,000.00
755,645,000.00
659,403,000.00
2,065,230,000.00
902,456,000.00
799,768,000.00

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755,645,000.00
659,403,000.00
2,065,230,000.00
902,456,000.00
799,768,000.00

4,009,870,000.00

•
375,180,000.00
532,981,000.00
60,976,000.00

128,379,000.00
136,708,000.00
115,033,000.00
123,419,000.00
133,616,000.00
112,150,000.00
102,787,000.00
141,549,000.00
115,503,000.00

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126,379,000.00
136,708,000.00
115,033,000.00
123,419,000.00
133,615,000.00
46,433,000.00
112,150,000.00...
102,787,000.00
67,599,000.00
115,563,000.00

2,951,729,000.00
2,909,257,000.00
5,835,123,000.00
4,009,870,000.00
1,628,319,000.00
1,758,171,000.00
3,298,198,000.00
1,260,999,000.00
990,320,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
June 30, 1971

Issues during year

Redemptions
during year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 19721

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT-Continued
Special Issues—Continued
Employees health benefits fund—Continued
3.51%, cer tificates....
3.45% certificates
3.37% certmcates
Employees life insurance fund:
5.55% certificates
5.08%, certificates
4.68% certificates
4.55% certificates
.
4.44% certmcates
;
4.34% certificates
4.32% certmcates
3.86% certmcates
..
....
3.76% certiflcates...
3.73%o certificates
3.51% certificates
3.45% certificates
3.37%o certiflcates
Exchange StabUization Fund:
5.30% certificates
4.85% certiflcates
:
4.45% certmcates..
4.30%, certificates
._.::
:
4.20% certificates
....:
4.10% certificates
3.80% certiflcates
:
3.55% certificates
3.50% certiflcates
-.
3.30%o certificates
3.20% tiertificates
3.15% certiflcates
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
5.55% certmcates
5.08% certiflcates
...
4.88% certificates




$163,372,000.00
66,492,000.00
117,619,000.00
_
$55,582,000.00
.

1,242,182,296.91

_

_

$183,372,000.00
66,492,000.00
117,619,000.00

33,917,000.00
67,578,000.00
46,684,000.00
49,848,000.00
43,088,000.00

33,917,000.00
67,578,000.00
48,664,000.00
49,848,000.00
43,068,000.00
55,582,000.00
76,431,000.00
30,312,000.00

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30,312,000.00
25,198,000.00
94,510,000.00
40,971,000.00
35,459,000.00
88,867,000.00

94,510,000.00
40,971,000.00
35,459,000.00
88,867,000.00

2,362,732,049.91
1,499,609,460.50
2,506,968,119.60
2,372,215,792.84
2,513,473,339.96
2,622,473,542.32
2,806,626,877.62
1,436,934,648.80
2,521,613,946.88
1,042,322,867.20
2,878,633,972.78
2,515,393,808.07

2,362,732,049.91
1,499,609,460.50
2,506,968,119.80
2,372,215,792.84
2,513,473,339.96
3,764,655,839.23
2,808,626,877.62
12,587,273.25
2,521,613,946.66
1,042,322,887.20
2,678,833,972.78
2,515,393,808.07

221,627,000.00
156,216,000.00
164,582,000.00

221,827,000.00
156,218,000.00
164,582,000.00

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4.44% certmcates
4.34% certmcates
4.32% certificates
3.85% certmcates
3.76% certmcates
3.73% certmcates...
3.61% certmcates
3.45% certmcates
3.37% certmcates
Federal disability insm-ance trust fund:
6 ^ % certmcates—
6 ^ % certmcates
6% certificates
6>g% certmcates
5M% certificates
6H% certmcates
75^% notes
634% notes
634% notes
5M% notes
5 ^ % notes
.
4M% notes
4H% bonds
3J^% bonds
3M% bonds
25^% bonds
Federal home loan banks:
6.55%, certmcates
6.08%o certificates
4.88% certificates
4.55% certmcates
4.44% certmcates
:
4.34%o certmcates
4.327o certiflcates
3.85% certificates
3.76% certificates
3.73% certificates
3.61% certificates
3.46% certmcates
3.37% certificates
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
6 ^ % certificates
65^% certificates
Footnotes at end of table.




155,663,000.00

_

1,394,466,000.00
1,151,608,000.00
1,284,249,000.00

.

:

583,612,000.00
309,178,000.00
279,238,000.00
163,632,000.00
348,740,000.00
208,038,000.00

:
44,000,000.00

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.

163,973,000.00
215,234,000.00
216,932,000.00
233,868,000.00
280,352,000.00
277,080,000.00
297,608,000.00
328,971,000.00
493,171,000.00

183,973,000.00
-216,234,000.00
165,663,000.00
216,932,000.00
233,868,000.00
6,500,000.00
277,080,000.00
297,608,000.00
328,971,000.00
493,171,000.00

531,604,000.00
306,917,000.00
857,892,000.00
1,660,143,000.00
985,040,000.00
893,707,000.00

531,504,000.00
306,917,000.00
867,892,000.00
1,680,143,000.00
985,040,000.00
693,707,000.00

1,058,617,000.00

-.

.:

.
74,719,000.00
117,250,000.00 '
125,750,000.00
182,500,000.00
99,250,000.00
186,900,000.00
116,400,000.00
113,800,000.00
81,606,000.00
115,700,000.00
162,300,000.00
107,800,000.00
114,200,000.00

117,250,000.00
125,750,000.00
182,500,000.00
99,260,000.00
186,900,000.00
44,000,000.00
116,400,000.00
113,800,000.00
19,643,000.00
116,700,000.00
162,300,000.00
107,800,000.00
114,200,000.00

628,026,000.00
326,780,000.00

628,025,000.00
326,780,000.00

273,852,000.00

1,394,486,000.00
1,151,608,000.00
1,284,249,000.00
1,058,617,000.00
583,612,000.00
309,178,000.00
279,238,000.00
153,632,000.00
348,740,000.00
133,319,000.00

61,962,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
June 30, 1971

Issues during year

Redemptions
during year

Transferred to
matured debt

Outstanding
June 30, 19721

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT-Continued
Special Issues—Continued
Federal hospital insm-ance trust fund—Continued
6% certmcates....
574% certificates
5K% certmcates
6^% certmcates
754% notes
634%notes
634%) notes
6M% notes
5 ^ % notes
Federal Housing Administration:
Cooperative manageraent housing insurance fund:
6.55% certmcates..
—..
4.68% certmcates
4.55% certmcates
4.44% certmcates
4.32% certmcates
Rental housing assistance fund:
6.55% certmcates
5.08% certificates...
4.68% certmcates....
4.55% certmcates....
4.44% certmcates
4.34% certificates.
4.32% certmcates
3.85% certmcates.
. 3.76% certificates
3.73% certificates
3.51% certmcates
3.45% certmcates
3.37% certmcates....
Federal old-age and smvivors' insurance trust fund:
6^% certificates
--.
6^% certmcates...
-




$895,577,000.00
2,282,554,000.00
1,027,865,000.00
765,351,000.00

$919,358,000.00
729,200,000.00
931,182,000.00

283,781,000.00
637,999,000.00

400,116,000.00
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471,000.00
-

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6,430,000.00 . . . . . . . . . .
6,960,000.00
786,000.00
6,987,000.00
7,012,000.00

671,000.00
534,000.00
911,000.00
6,935,000.00
1,074,000.00

671,000.00
534,000.00
911,000.00
6,935,000.00
1,074,000.00
471,000.00
1,232,000.00
2,173,000.00

1,232,000.00
2,173,000.00
2,743,000.00
1,448,000.00
2,417,000.00
1,903,000.00
1,899,000.00
4,118,193,000.00
2,226,437,000.00

$919,358,000.00
445,419,000.00
931,182,000.00
537,999,000.00

400,116,000.00

6,430,000.00
6,960,000.00
788,000.00
6,987,000.00
7,012,000.00

-

..-.

$895,577,000.00
2,282,554,000.00
1,027,865,000.00
785,351,000.00

1,448,000.00
2,417,000.00
1,903,000.00
1,699,000.00 . . .
4,118,193,000.00
2,226,437,000.00

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5J^%, certmcates
6^%, certmcates.—
5^8% certificates
7H%o notes.
634% notes
634% notes
6^% notes.-6 ^ % notes
4 ^ % notes
----4>^% bonds
334% bonds
---3%% bonds
2^8% bonds
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
6.55% certificates
5.08% certificates
4.68% certmcates
4.55% certificates.
4.44% certificates
4.34% certificates
4.32% certificates
3.85% certificates
3.76% certificates
3.73% certificates.
3.61% certificates.
3.46% certificates.-3.37% certificates
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
6M% certificates
6 ^ % certificates
6% certificates
574% certificates
5M% certificates
6^% certmcates..
7^%notes
834% notes
5 ^ % notes
..-.
Foreign service retirement fund:
6K% certificates
6^% certmcates...
6% certificates
6K% certificates
6K% certificates
6^% certmcates...
Footnotes at end of table.




-

6,033,296,000.00
3,844,884,000.00
3,468,850,000.00

-

2,460,796,000.00
2,720,279,000.00
2,581,589,000.00
1,738,455,000.00
1,240,088,000.00
4,159,967,000.00

-

.

88,788,000.00

2,786,000 00
254,641,000.00

-

-—

-

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6,092,256,000.00
13,316,700,000.00
5,715,350,000.00
5,390,953,000.00

6,092,256,000.00
13,318,700,000.00
5,715,350,000.00
5,390,953,000.00

3,102,896,000.00
..-

1,225,550,000.00
100,746,000.00
90,098,000.00
85,647,000.00
103,045,000.00
64,712,000.00
67,569,000.00
75,784,000.00
138,852,000.00
60,618,000.00
136,116,000.00
69,863,000.00
99,229,000.00
231,199,000.00
216,396,000.00
438,613,000.00
927,243,000.00
432,701,000.00
468,367,000.00
232,150,000.00
4,296,000.00
2,690,000.00
2,874,000.00
5,648,000.00
6,311,000.00
3,377,000.00

100,748,000.00
90,098,000.00
86,647,000.00
103,045,000.00
64,712,000.00
88,788.000.00
67,669,000.00
76,784,000.00 . . .
60,616,000.00
136,116,000.00
69,863,000.00
99,229.000.00
231,199,000.00
216,396,000.00
436,613,000.00
927,243,000.00
432,701,000.00
468,387,000.00
2,786,000.00
8,716,000.00
4,296,000.00
2,690,000.00
2,874.000.00
5,546,000.00
6,311,000.00
3,377,000.00

5,033,296,000.00
3,844,864,000.00
3,468,860,000.00
3,102,896,000.00
2,460,795,000.00
2,720,279,000.00
2,581,589,000.00
1,738,455,000.00
1,240,088,000.00
2,934,417,000.00

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138,852,000.00

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232,150,000.00
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Outstanding
June 30, 1971

Issues during year
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Jurie 30, 19721

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Foreign service retirement fimd-Contmued
754% notes....
----$8,721,000.00
634% notes
6,082,000.00
614% n o t e s . . . . .
4,454,000.00
53^%) notes
$9,125,000.00
4% notes
:
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12,068,000.00
4% bonds
24,138,000.00
Government life insurance fimd:
614% certificates
'.....
506,000.00
5M% certificates
.'
15,658,000.00
TH% notes
:
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' 29,964,000.00
6%notes..
.
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5M% notes
.'...'-"....:.:.......-...
111,949,000.00
53€% notes
64,385,000.00
534% notes
32,152,000.00
4K% bonds
28,468,000.00
334% bonds
75,780,000.00
..1
3 ^ % bonds....
77,992,000.00
.
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337,062,000.00.
Highway trust fund:
5H% certificates
..':
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1,497,632,000.00
• 5 ^ % certificates
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1,465,052,000.00
5H% certificates....3,634,868,000:00 "
946,279,000.00
5% certificates.
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6,281,023,000.00
National service life insmance fund:
'634% certificates
..
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6,162,000.00
6 ^ % certificates...
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6^% certificates!.
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1,932,000.00
5^%-cer tificates
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:.......-.
5,128,000.00
534%'Certificates...-.
.•......142,794,000.00
6^% certificates
27,800,000.00
•7M% notes......
...*.
569; 007,000;00
6^% notes
'.
305,419,000.00 . . .
6M% notes.
' 1,091.044,000.00




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5,082,090.00
4,454,000.00
9,125,000.00
9,051,000.00
24,136,000.00

$3,017,000.00
506,000.00
15,658,000.00

—
29,964.000.00
32,838;000.00
111,949,000.00
64,365,000.00
32,152,000.00
28, i68,000.00
75,110,000.00
77,992,000.00
263,982,000.00

..........:.....:
.:
670,000.00
. 73,100,000.00

..

.

1,497,532,000.00
1,465,052,000.00
4,681,147,000.00
1,824,642,000.00

.-.:

6,162,000.00
7,600,000.00
1,932,000.00
5,128,000.00
142,794,000.00
27,600,000.00

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4,458,381,000.00

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305,419,000.00
1,091,044,000.00

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534%) notes
.4M% bonds.
3M% bonds
35^% bonds..:
3H% bonds
334% bonds
3H% bonds
3% bonds
:
Postal service fund:
6.12% certmcates
6.94% certmcates
5.65% certmcates
-...
6.48% certmcates...
6.27%, certmcates
6.08% certmcates
.
4.68% certmcates
:
4.65% certmcates....
.
4.44% certmcates......
4.32%o certificates.:
3.86%, certmcates
3.76% certmcates.
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3.73% certmcates
3.61% certmcates
...:
3.46%, certmcates
3.37%, certmcates
.
Railroad retirement account:
6J4% certmcates.
6% certmcates....
534% certmcates
--5^%, certmcates
6 h % certmcates
534% certmcates.
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7 ^ % notes
834% notes
634% notes
5M% notes
5^%, notes
4^%notes
434%bonds
4%, bonds.RaUroad rethement holding account:
6K% certmcates....
634% certmcates
6%certmcates
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332,697,000.00
225,452,000.00
410,492,000.00
925,440,000.00
298,259,000.00
430,031,000.00
343,149,000.00
1,137,000,000.00

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847,447,000.00
647,948,000.00
819,501,000.00
482,623,000.00
409,289,000.00
439,512,000.00
180,839,000.00
3,401,000.00

332,597,000.00
481,013,000.00
225,452,000.00
402,619,000.00
918,494,000.00
298,259,000.00
" 430,031,000.00
343,149,000.00
768,000,000.00

481,013,000.00
7,873,000.00
6,946,000.00

379,000,000.00
867,000,000.00
350,000,000.00
740,644,000.00
430,000,000.00
230,000,000.00
900,622,000.00
270,725,000.00
247,432,000.00
141,403,000.00
730,838,000.00
881,388,000.00
460,616,000.00
870,617,000.00
657,778,000.00
404,929,000.00
657,925,000.00

350,000,000.00
740,644,000.00
430,000,000.00
230,000,000.00
900,622,000.00
270,725,000.00
247,432,000.00
141,403,000.00
730,838,000.00
881,388,000.00
364,201,000.00
870,817,000.00
557,778,000.00
404,929,000.00
667,925,000.00

208,708,000.00
112,773,000.00
7,651,000.00
1,305,794,000.00
267,377,000.00
' -• 9,073,000.00
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208,708,000.00
112,773,000.00
7,651,000.00
1,306,794,000.00
267,377,000.00
9,073,000.00
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796,866,000.00
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1,414,000.00
876,000.00

287,026,000.00
439,512,000.00
180,839,000.00

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96,315,000.00
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847,447,000.00
647,948,000.00
819,601,000.00
482,623,000.00
796,856,000.00
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Issues

Outstanding
June 30,1971
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Issues durmg year

Redemptions
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matured debt
matured debt

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6 ^ % certmcates
5 ^ % certmcates.
634%) certmcates
Railroad rethement supplemental account:
634% certmcates
6H% certmcates
6% certmcates
5K% certmcates
6M% certificates
554% certmcates.
---534% certmcates
---Servicemen's group life insurance fund:
6% certmcates
6J4% certificates.
5M% certmcates
U n e m p l o y m e n t t r u s t fund:
634% certmcates
534% certmcates
6% certmcates




$80,000.00

...
$21,609,000.00

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8,514,256,000.00

6,748,000.00
1,990,000.00
90,000.00
13,399,000.00
7,883,000.00
568,000.00
56,057,000.00
18,196,000.00
593,000.00

$80,000.00

'3,614,000.00
1,990,000.00
90,000.00

$3,134,000.00

13,399,000.00 . 21,609,000.00 . . . .
7,883,000.00
588,000.00
33,739,000.00
18,198,000.00
693,000.00

10,820,000.00
211,000.00
11,361,000.00

10,820,000.00
211,000.00

861,320,000.00
1,729,154,000.00
9,788,440,000.00

861,320,000.00
1,729,154,000.00
11,114,810,000.00

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11,361,000.00

7,185,886,000.00

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6 ^ % certmcates
6^8% certmcates
634% certmcates
6% certificates.5K%o certmcates
5K% certmcates
6 ^ % certificates
754% notes
634% notes.634% notes
6 ^ % notes
Veterans' special life insurance fund:
634% certmcates
634%certmicates..5% certmcates
534% notes
5% notes.
4 ^ % notes...
454% notes
-Total special issues
Total mterest-bearing debt
Footnotes at end of table.




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4,653,000.00
.-.47,146,000.00
88,930,000.00
60,270,000.00

3,740,000.00
60,646,000.00
55,489,000.00
173,255,000.00

1,581,000.00
1,746,000.00
2,858,000.00
12,842,000.00
2,658,000.00
3,154,000.00

1,681,000.00
1,746,000.00
4,653,000.00
2,858,000.00
12,842,000.00
2,658,000.00
3,164,000.00
4,960,000.00
17,388,000.00

.

42,188,000.00
69,544,000.00
50,270,000.00
68,206,000.00

68,206,000.00
21,259,000.00
3,521,000.00
3,901,000.00
69,862,000.00

21,259,000.00
3,521,000.00
7,641,000.00

69,862,000.00
60,546,000.00
52,016,000.00
138,604,000.00

3,473,000.00
34,651,000.00 -

82,784,470,296.91 134,708,868,426.28 127,895,704,347.62
396,280,275,925.15 483,357,779,012.46 434,085,657,821.46

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Outstanding
June 30, 1971

Issues

Issues during
year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
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Redemptions
during year

Outstanding
June 30,19721

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MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED
Old debt—issued prior to Apr. 1,1917:
6% Five-twenties of 1865
6% compound interest notes 1864-66
3% loan of 1908-18
234% postal savings bonds
2% consols of 1930
4% funded loan of 1907
4% loan of 1925.
3% Panaraa Canal loan 1961
AUother 13

$19,650.00
155,960.00.
98,000.00
134,600.00
9.800.00
342.800.00.
81450.00
8,200.00
735,380.28

Total old debt—issued prior to Apr. 1,1917
Liberty loan bonds:
First Liberty loan:
First334's
First 4 ' s - _ - . . . . . :
First434's
First-Second 414's

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$11,460.00
.
1,000.00

1,512,840.26

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12,460.00
900.00
200.00
6,900.00

'
254,700.00
84.850.00 . . ^ 1 * . . . : . : : . . . . . . . r . . : . - - : : - : . . . - - - - . - . .
• 141,700.00
:
2.060.00 . . :
.-.
.:

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1,176,200 00
1,994,100. 00 . .
1,994,100.00 .- .4,290,000.00 -.

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328,250.00
328, 250 00 .
308,150.00
308,160 00
636,400.00
636,400 00

Third Liberty loan 434's
Fomth Liberty loan 434's.
Total Liberty loan bonds.

253,800.00
84,65o.oo
134,800.00
2,050.00

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483,300 00

Second Liberty loan:
Second 4 ' s . - . .
Second 4 K ' s . . .

$19,650.00
155,960.00
98,000.00
123,140.00
9,800.00
342,800.00
8,450.00
7,200.00
735,380.26

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300.00
1,650.00
1, 650 00

327,950.00
327,950. 00
306,500.00
306,500. 00

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634, 450. 00

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1,950.00
1, 950 00
3,400.00
3,400 00
13,050.00
13,050.00
26,400.00

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1,172,800.00
1, 981,060.00
1,981,060.00

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Victory ZH's.
Victory 4^'s

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700.00
388,000.00

1,100.00

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386,900. 00

388,700.00

1,100.00

387, 600. 00

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354% of 1940-43
:...:3^%ofl941-43
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334% of 1941
:
3 ^ % of 1943-47
3K%ofl943-45
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3 M % of 1944-48
4%ofl944-54
254% of 1945-47
234% Of 1946
3 M % of 1946-66
3 % of 1946-48
3M% of 1946-49
434%) of 1947-52
2 % of 1947
2% of 1948-50 (dated Mar. 15, 1941)....
2M% of 1948^61
lM%,of 1948
234% of 1948
2% of 1948-50 ( d a t e d D e c 8,1939)
2 % of 1949-51 ( d a t e d J a n . 16, 1942)
2% of 1949-51 ( d a t e d M a y 16,1942)
2 % o f l 9 4 9 - 5 1 ( d a t e d J u l y 15,1942)
334% of 1949-52
234% of 1949-53
1 ^ % of 1950
:
2% of 1950-52 ( d a t e d O c t . 19, 1942)
234% of. 1950-52
2% of 1950-52 ( d a t e d A p r . 16, 1943)
234% of 1951-63
2%ofl951-53
2 5 i % of 1951-54:
2%ofl951-55
3 % of 1961-55...
234% of 1 9 5 2 - 6 4 . . . . . .
2% of 1952-54.(dated J u n e 26,1944)
2% of 1952-54 ( d a t e d D e c . 1, 1944)
...234% of-1952-65
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2 % of 1953-66.
234% of 1954-56
2K%ofl956-60

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8,360.00
26,800.00
5,400.00
30,850.00
90,200.00
159,950.00
45,500.00
84,600.00
2,500.00
50,800.00
35,400.00
141,300.00
137,400.00
250.00
2,000.00'
6,150.00
48,500.00
4,050.00
1,500.00
150.00
14,000.00
2,000.00
15,100.00
46,650.00
176,500.00
17,300.00
59,200.00
166,500.00
48,800..00
343,000.00
58,500.00
13,550.00
373,250.00
10,300.00
297,000.00
860,000.00
13,800.00
59,850.00
,46,850.00
761,650.00

50.00
500.00
1,100.00
4,000.00
6,250.00
500.00
1,150.00
500.00
--8,750.00
8,100.00

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11,500.00
500.00

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11,500.00
67,500.00
4,000.00
100.00
43,250.00
6,100.00
7,600.00
353,500.00
8,000.00.
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:...;.-...........

7,000.00
67,100.00

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8,300.00
26,300.00
5,400.00
29,750.00
88,200.00
153,700.00
45,000.00
83,450.00
2,000.00
50,800.00
35,400.00
132,550.00
129,300.00
250.00
2,000.00
8,150.00
48,500.00
4,050.00
1,500.00
150.00
14,000.00
2,000.00
15,100.00
44,100.00
165,000.00
16,800.00
59,200.00
155,000.00
48,800.00
275,500.00
54,500.00
13,450.00
330,000.00
5,200.00
289,500.00
506,500.00
5,800.00
59,850.00
39,850.00
684,550.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J i m e 30,1971

Issues d u r i n g
year

Transferred from
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Rederaptions
d m i n g year

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J u n e 30,19721

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MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED-Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
234% of 1956-58
2M%ofl956-59
234% of 1968-59
2^%ofl967-69
234% of 1958...
-"----2^%ofl958
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2M%ofl958-63.
2 3 4 % o f l 9 5 9 - 6 2 ( d a t e d J u n e l , 1945)
2 M % o f l 9 5 9 - 6 2 ( d a t e d N o v . 15, 1945).
234% Of 1960
254% of 1960-66
25^%ofl961
2^%ofl961-..
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234% of 1962-67
234%ofl963
234% of 1983-68
3%ofl964
234% of 1964-69 ( d a t e d A p r . 15,1943)
234% of 1964r-69 ( d a t e d Sept. 15, 1943)
254%ofl965
234% of 1965-70..
-35i%ofl988
3H%ofl968
3%ofl966...
234% of 1966-71..
3^%of.l967.
234% of 1967-72 ( d a t e d J u n e 1, 1945)
3 K % of 1968 (dated J u n e 23,1960)
334% of 1968 (dated Sept. 15,1963)..
3M%ofl968...4%oOfl989 ( d a t e d A u g . 1 5 , 1 9 6 2 ) . . .
4%ofl989 (datedOct. 1,1957)....
4 % of 1970 ( d a t e d J a n . 15,1965)
4 % of 1970 (dated J u n e 20,1963)




$48,350.00
100,900.00
632,500.00
35,000.00
14,500.00
22,500.00
29,000.00
1,130,500.00
821,000.00
32,000.00
273,350.00
123,000.00
412,500.00 . - . - . . . . - . . .
778,600.00
243,500.00
2,244,500.00
150,000.00
6,915,500.00
3,434,600.00
273,600.00
10,238,000.00
129,600.00
40,500.00
202,500.00
16,449,000.00
607,000.00

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14,500.00
95,500.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
6,000.00
69,600.00
189,600.00

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20,500.00
2,500.00
30,500.00
174,600.00
49,000.00
648,500.00
30,500.00
3,007,000.00
.
113,000.00
3,763,500.00
37,000.00
5,500.00
50,000.00
11,069,500.00
80,500.00

$88,824,500.00
918,000.00
172,000.00
366,000.00
913,500.00
7,269,000.00
1,302,500.00
20,962,600.00

252,000.00
42,500.00
39,000.00
299,500.00
2,625,500.00
710,000.00
19,134,500.00

$45,550.00
86,400.00
437,000.00
30,000.00
14,500.00
20,500.00
23,000.00
1,061,000.00
631,500.00
32,000.00
252,850.00
120,500.00
382,0(K):00
604,000.00
194,600.00
1,596,000.00
119,500.00
3,908,500.00
3,434,500.00
160,500.00
6,474,500.00
92,500.00
35,000.00
152,500.00
6,379,500.00
446,500.00
88,824,500.00
664,000.00
129,500.00
327,000.00
614,000.00
4,643,500.00
592,500.00
1,828,000.00

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Outstanding
J u n e 30,1971

Issues

Issues d u r i n g
year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
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Rederaptions
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SeriesJ-1955
SeriesJ-1956
SeriesJ-1957.
Series J Unclassified
SeriesK-1952
Series K-1953
SeriesK-1954
SeriesK-1955
Series K - 1 9 5 8 . . . Series K-1957
Series K Unclassified

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$2,371,650.00
3,255,150.00
1,115,475.00
14-22,100.00
231,000.00
282,000.00473,000.00
571,000.00
743,000.00
247,000.00
14-38,500.00

$623,'450.00
773,825.00
273,750.00
-21,325.00
57,500.00
93,500.00
108,500.00
172,000.00
156,500.00
51,500.00
-33,500.00

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229,125.00

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$1,748,200.00
2,481,325.00
841,725.00
14-775.00
173,500.00
188,500.00
364,500.00
399,000.00
586,500.00
195,500.00
14-5,000.00

6,682,175.00

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1,000.00
6,600.00
5,700.00
2,600.00
600.00
2,200.00
9,500.00
12,700.00
9,300.00
6,550.00
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3,000.00
5,500.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
1,400.00

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Treasm-y notes:
R e g u l a r series:
5 H % A-1924.
4 ^ % A-1925
434% B-1925
434% C-1925
• 4^%A-1926
4 ^ % B-1928
41/^% A-1927.
4 ^ % B-1927
334%. A-1930-32
334% B-1930-32
334% n_1050-59
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3 % A-1935
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234% C-1936
334% A-1937
2>g% B-1938
234% D-1938

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1,000.00
6,600.00
5,700.00
2,600.00
600.00
2,200.00
9,500.00
12,700.00
9,300.00
6,550.00
a ERA r\r\
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5,500.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
1,400.00

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1 H % B-1939
154% A-1940
134% A-1943
1% C-1943
M % A-1945
134% B-1947
134% C-1947
134% A-1948
1 ^ % G-1951
154% A-1954
134% B-1954
1M% B-1955
2% B-1956
2J^% A-1957
234% A-1958
334% B-1959
334% A-1960
334% B-1960
4M% C-1960
4%A-1961
3 ^ % B-1961
3^4% A-1962
4 % B-1962
Z H % C-1962
4% D-1962
4% E-1962
334% F-1962
334% G-1962.
3^%H-1962
254%A-1963
4% B-1963
4>^% C-1963
334%, D-1963
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5% B-1964
434% C-1964
334% D-1964
Z H % E-1964
4 ^ % A-1965
334% B-1965
3>^% C-1965
334% D-1965 ( d a t e d A p r . 8, 1984)
4% E-1965
4% A-1966
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10,200.00
100.00
150.00
3,000.00
300.00
100.00
7,000.00
27,000.00
8,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
5,000.00
26,000.00
24,000.00
1,000.00
13,000.00
1; 000. 00
28,000.00
51,000.00
16,000.00
3,000.00
46,000.00
34,000.00
27,000.00
19,000.00
6,000.00
3,000.00
8,000.00
32,000.00
120,000.00
203,000.00'
5,000.00
681,000.00
1,221,000.00
165,000.00
15,000.00
42,000.00
260,000.00
21,000.00
18,000.00
10,000.00
23,000.00
81,000.00

10,200.00
100.00
150.00
3,000.00
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100.00
7,000.00
27,000.00
8,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00

300.00

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5,000.00
28,000.00
24,000.00
1,000.00
13,000.00
1,000.00
28,000.00
30,000.00
16,000.00
3,000.00
39,000.00
34,000.00
26,000.00
19,000.00

.

21,000.00
7,000.00
1,000.00
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6,000.00
.

3,000.00

8,000.00
5,000.00
14,000.00
49,000.00
5,000.00
117,000.00
245,000.00
34,000.00
.

35,000.00
13,000.00
3,000.00

.

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5,000.00
12,000.00

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27,000.00
106,000.00
154,000.00
.
564,000.00
976.000.00
13i;000.00
15,000.00
42,000.00
225,000.00
8,000.00
15,000.00
10,000.00
18,000.00
69,000.00

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Issues

Outstanding
J u n e 30,1971

Issues d u r i n g
year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
during year

Outstanding
J u n e 30,19721

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MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED-Continued
Treasury notes—Continued
R e g u l a r series—Continued
Z%% B—1966
3K%C—1966..
4% D—1986
4 % E—1966
3K%A—1967
Zys% B—1967
4 % C—1967
434% D—1967
4>g%E—1967
434% F—1967
5^%A—1968
4 M % C—1988
634% D—1968
6^%A—1969
55^% B—1969
6% C—1969
6% A—1970
6^%B—1970
654% C—1970
5M%A—1971
654% B—1971
554% C—1971
754% D—1971
8% E—1971
834% F—1971
T H % G—1971
45<% A—1972
4M%B—1972
734% C—1972
I /2/0 ^—x\) /^
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1H%EA—1956
134% EO—1958
134% EA—1961




$16,000.00
9,000.00
121,000.00
20,000.00
43,000.00
12,000.00
52,000.00
65,000.00
19,000.00
12,000.00
85,000.00
16,000.00
26,000.00
159,000.00
98,000.00
697,000.00
4,220,000.00
257,000.00
323,000.00
15,570,000.00

$2,000.00
107,000.00
6,000.00

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52,000.00 . . . . .
20,000.00
7,000.00
8,000.00
37,000.00
16,000.00
10,000.00
40,000.00
3,000.00
184,000.00
2,080,000.00
88,000.00
203,000.00
13,683,000.00

$2,900,000.00
14,648,000.00
6,220,000.00
2,126,000.00

13,844,000.00
4,914,000.00
13,000.00
724,000.00
3,733,000.00
2,090,000.00
8,696,000.00
12,764,000.00
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1,000.00
10,000.00

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$15,000.00
7,000.00
14,000.00
20,000.00
37,000.00
12,000.00
45,000.00
12,000.00
4,000.00
48,000.00
1,000.00
16,000.00
119,000.00
95,000.00
413,000.00
2,140,000.00
169,000.00
120,000.00
1,887,000.00
2,900,000.00
804,000.00
1,306,000.00
2,113,000.00
724,000.00
3,733,000.00
2,090,000.00
8,696,000.00
12,764,000.00
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J u n e 30, 1971

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6% TS-1921
6% T D - 1 9 2 1
534% T S 2-1921
5M% TM-1922
4 H % T S 2-1922
4 ^ % TD-1922
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3 M % TS-1923
434%) TM-1924
4% TM-1925
434%) TJ-1929
534%) TM-1930
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3%%) TM-1933
2% First-Matm-ed Mar. 15, 1933
434%) T D 2-1933
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5 ^ % , G-1920
534%) H-1921
5 H % A-1922
3 ^ % A-1933
3^% B-1944
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34%A-1945
34%, C-1945
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34% F-1947
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134% A-1950
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500.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00 . . .
500.00
6,000.00
11,000.00
53,000.00
3,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00,
2,000.00
3,000.00
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1,500.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
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1,000.00
1,000.00
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3,500.00
11,000.00
3,700.00
1,000.00

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J u n e 30,19721

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1,500.00
1,500.00
2,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,100.00
1,000.00
3,600.00
1,000.00
3,700.00
1,000.00
600.00
1,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
6,000.00
11,000.00
3,000.00
2,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00

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J u n e 30,1971

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year

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J u n e 30,19721

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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
D e c . 3 1 , 1966
J a n . 26, 1967
F e b . 2 3 , 1967
M a r . 3 0 , 1967
M a r . 3 1 , 1967
.
A p r . 6, 1967
A p r . 13, 1967
A p r . 2 0 , 1967
A p r . 2 1 , 1967
M a y 11, 1967
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M a y 25, 1967
.Tmie8, 1967
J u n e 15, 1967
J m i e 22, 1967
July 6 , 1 9 6 7 — : . - . . . . . . . :
.......
J u l y 31, 1967
A u g . 3 1 , 1967
S e p t . 3 0 , 1967
Oct. 13, 1967
Oct. 26, 1967
Oct.31,1967
N o v . 3 0 , 1967
F e b . l , 1968
F e b . 8 , 1968
F e b . 29, 1968
Mar. 28, 1968
M a r . 3 1 , 1968
M a y 9, 1968...
M a y 31, 1968
J m i e 6, 1968
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J u n e 24, 1968
J u n e 27, 1968
J m i e 3 0 , 1968
J u l y 11, 1968
J u l y 31, 1968
A u g . 15, 1968




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19,000.00
1,000.00
11,000.00
10,000.00
4,000.00
1,000.00
60,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
.5,000.00
9,000.00
25,000.00
21,000.00...
50,000.00
63,000.00
6,000.00
15,000.00
197,000.00
81,000.00
1,000.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
70,000.00
5,000.00
3,000.00
10,000.00
288,000.00
5,000.00 . .
5,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
501,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00

$1,000.00
19,000.00
1,000.00
11,000.00
10,000.00
4,000.00
-

$1,000.00
60,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00

:
2,000.00
5,000.00

9,000.00

-

25,000.00
. . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60,000.00
.
3,000.00
1,000.00

21,000.00
60,000.00
5,000.00
16,000.00
197,000.00

81,000.00

5,000.00

285,000.00

1,000.00
4,000.00
10,000.00
65,000.00
5,000.00
3,000.00
10,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00

6,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
.

1,000.00
600,000.00
8,000.00
1,000.00

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J u n e 30,1971

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Redemptions
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Aug.14,1989
Aug.21,1969
A u g . 28, 1969
Sept. 4,1969
Sept. 11, 1969
Sept.25,1969
Sept.30,1969
Oct.2,1969
Oct.9,1969
O c t . 16, 1969
Oct.23,1969
Oct.30, 1969..
Oct. 3 1 - 1 9 6 9 . . : . - . . - . . . - .
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Nov.6,1969
Nov.13,1989
N o v . 20, 1989
Dec.ll,1989
Dec.26,1969
D e c . 3 1 , 1969
.
J a n . 2,1970
J a n . 8 , 1970
Jan.15,1970

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Feb. 5, 1970...
Feb. 13, 1970
Feb.19,1970.
Feb. 26, 1970
F e b . 2 8 , 1970
M a r . 5 , 1970
M a r . 12, 1970
M a r . 19, 1970
M a r . 23, 1970
M a r . 28, 1970
Mar. 31,1970




$6,000.00
36,000.00
200,000.00
48,000.00
10,000.00 - . - . :
34,000.00
12,000.00
13,000.00
36,000.00
2,000.00
18,000.00
24,000.00
4,000.00 . . . . . . . .
49,000.00
33,000.00
6,000.00
36,000.00
1,000.00
35,000.00
1,000.00
120,000.00
131,000.00

2,000.00
42,000.00 ...
20,000.00
23,000.00
191,000.00
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15,000.00
62,000.00
140,000.00
23,000.00
129,000.00
36,000.00 .
14,000.00

$5,000.00
5,000.00
41,000.00
.
34,000.00
10,000.00
8,000.00
36,000.00
6,000.00
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4,000.00.....
32,000.00
22,000.00
5,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
20,000.00

$31,000.00
200,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
10,000.00
24,000.00
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16,000.00
1,000.00
80,000.00
101,000.00

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1,000.00
14,000.00
31,000.00

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20,000.00
19,000.00
9,000.00
180,000.00

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31,000.00
57,000.00
12,000.00
20,000.00
23,000.00
11,000.00

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83,000.00
11,000.00
109,000.00
12,000.00
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Apr.9,1970
A p r . 16, 1970
Apr.22,1970
Apr.23,1970
Apr.30,1970
May7,1970
M a y 14,1970
May21,1970
M a y 28, 1970
M a y 31, 1970
J u n e 4 , 1970
J u n e l l , 1970
J u n e 18, 1970
J u n e 22, 1970
J m i e 25, 1970
June30,1970
J u l y 2, 1970
July9,1970
Julyl6,1970
July23,1970
J u l y 30, 1970
J u l y 31, 1970
Aug.6,1970
A u g . 13, 1970
A u g . 20, 1970
Aug.27,1970
A u g . 3 1 , 1970
S e p t . 3 , 1970
Sept. 10, 1970
Sept. 17, 1970
Sept. 24. 1970
Sept. 30, 1970...
Oct: 1, 1970
Oct.8,1970
Oct. 15, 1970
O c t . 2 2 , 1970
Oct.29, 1970
Oct.31, 1970
Nov. 12, 1970
Nov. 19, 1970
Nov. 27, 1970
Nov.30, 1970
Dec.3, 1970
Dec. 10, 1970

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46,000.00
22,000.00
47,000.00
182,000.00
97,000.00
71,000.00..
84,000.00
126,000.00
4,000.00....
57,000.00
128,000.00
48,000.00
69,000.00
71,000.00
.
200,000.00
32,000.00
131,000.00
38,000.00
42,000.00
60,000.00
135,000.00
122,000.00
184,000.00
.
73,000.00
103,000.00
98,000.00
69,000.00
133,000.00
120,000.00
50,000.00
20,000.00
30,000.00
368,000.00
370,000.00
90,000.00
30,000.00
120,000.00
90,000.00
128,000.00
170,000.00
60,000.00
180,000.00
187,000.00
45,000.00
60,000.00

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17,000.00
15,000.00
22,000.00
172,000.00
67,000.00
56,000.00
28,000.00
70,000.00
4,000.00
22,000.00
102,000.00
47,000.00
42,000.00
51,000.00
142,000.00
30,000.00
63,000.00
37,000.00
24,000.00
76,000.00
100,000.00
118,000.00
38,000.00
87,000.00
69,000.00
64,000.00
96,000.00
60,000.00
20,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
259,000.00
370,000.00
70,000.00
20,000.00
120,000.00
90,000.00
113,000.00
150,000.00
30,000.00
160,000.00
81,000.00
45,000.00
20,000.00

29,000.00
7,000.00
25,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
15,000.00
56,000.00
56,000.00
35,000.00
26,000.00
1,000.00
27,000.00
20,000.00
58,000.00
2,000.00
68,000.00
1,000.00
42,000.00
36,000.00
59,000.00
22,000.00
68,000.00
35,000.00
18,000.00
29,000.00
5,000.00
37,000.00
60,000.00
30,000.00
10,000.00
109,000.00
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10,000.00
15,000.00
20,000.00
30,000.00
20,000.00
108,000.00
40,000.00

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Outstanding.
J u n e 30,1971

Issues

Issues d u r i n g
year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
during year

Outstanding
J u n e 30,19721

M A T U R E D D E B T ON W H I C H 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
D e c . 17, 1970D e c . 24, 1970
D e c . 3 1 , 1970
J a n . 7, 1971
J a n . 14, 1971
J a n . 21, 1971
J a n . 28, 1971
J a n . 3 1 , 1971
F e b . 4 , 1971
F e b . 11, 1971
F e b . 18, 1971
F e b . 25, 1971
F e b . 2 8 , 1971
Mar. 4, 1971
Mar.11,1971
Mar. 18,1971
......
Mar. 22, 1971
.
Mar.25, 1971
Mar.31, 1971
Apr. 1, 1971
Apr.8, 1971
Apr. 15, 1971
Apr. 22, 1971
A p r . 29, 1971
A p r . 3 0 , 1971
M a y 6, 1971
M a y 13, 1971
M a y 20, 1971
M a y 27, 1971
M a y 31, 1971
J m i e 3, 1971
J i m e 10, 1971
J u n e 17, 1971
J u n e 22, 1971
J u n e 24, 1971




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$95,000.00
490,000.00
609,000.00
265,000.00
280,000.00
325,000.00
515,000.00
912,000.00
120,000.00
170,000.00
370,000.00
700,000.00
1,380,000.00
700,000.00
495,000.00
385,000.00
200,000.00
425,000.00
920,000.00
640,000.00
620,000.00
535,000.00
4,540,000.00
630,000.00
1,730,000.00
1,450,000.00
980,000.00
1,105,000.00
565,000.00
1,955,000.00
635,000.00
1,690,000.00
740,000.00
1,305,000.00
1,993,000.00

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$85,000.00
450,000.00
589,000.00
245,000.00
260,000.00
230,000.00
465,000.00
597,000.00
120,000.00
150,000.00
310,000.00
660,000.00
1,204,000.00
670,000.00
420,000.00
305,000.00
190,000.00
405,000.00
660,000.00
350,000.00
545,000.00
535,000.00
4,080,000.00
620,000.00
1,660,000.00
1,400,000.00
980,000.00
1,070,000.00
540,000.00
1,895,000.00
605,000.00
1,610,000.00
720,000.00
1,275,000.00
1,993,000.00

$10,000.00
40,000.00
20,000.00
20,000.00
20,000.00
95,000.00
50,000.00
315,000.00
20,000. 00
60,000. 00
40,000.00
178,000. 00
30,000.00
75,000.00
80,000.00
10,000. 00
20,000. 00
260,000. 00
190,000. 00
75,000. 00
460,000.00
10,000. 00
70,000. 00
50, 000. 00
35,000.00
25,000. 00
60,000. 00
30,000.00
80,000. 00
20,000. 00
30, 000.00

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June 30,1971

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Issues during
year

Transferred from
interest-bearing
debt

Redemptions
. during year

Outstanding
June 30,19721

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MATURED DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED—Continued
Treasury bills, raaturity date—Continued
. Apr. 27, 1972
Apr.30, 1972..
May 4, 1972
May 11, 1972
May 18, 1972....
May 25, 1972....
May31, 1972
June 1, 1972
June8, 1972
June 15, 1972
June 21, 1972
June 22, 1972
June 29, 1972
June 30, 1972
Total Treasury bills
Treasury savings certificates:
Issued Dec. 15, 1921..
Issued Sept. 30, 1922
IssuedDec. 1, 1923
Total Treasury savings certificates
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$73,995,000.00
,
7,600.00
44,725.00
14,175.00
66,500.00
264,313,164.31

$195,000.00
100,000.00
270,000.00
190,000.00
30,000.00
345,000.00
390,000.00
360,000.00
1,200,000.00
715,000.00
1,611,000.00
1,375,000.00
4,667,000.00
24,271,000.00
39,294,000.00

$195,000.00
100,000.00
270,000.00
190,000.00
30,000.00
345,000.00
390,000.00
380,000.00
1,200,000.00
715,000.00
1,611,000.00
1,375,000.00
4,667,000.00
24,271,000.00

174,238,000.00

46,107,000.00

50.00
125.00
175.00

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$67,182,000.00

7,550.00
44,600.00
14,175.00
86,325.00

153,441,785.00

285,109,379.31

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Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company tax and loss bonds..
U.S. savings stamps
Excess profits tax refmid bonds:
Firstseries
Second series
Special note of the United States:
International Monetary Fund
U.S. notes
Old demand notes..
National and Federal Reserve bank notes
Fractional currency
Old series currency.
Silver certificates..
Thrift and Treasury savings stamps

19,403,470.47
49,385,264.18 .

1, 944, 042.40
3,180.69
14,389.60

825,000,000.00 .
322,539,016.00 .
52,917.50 _
74,072,91L50 1,965,093.95 4, 788,307. 00 217,462,365.00 .
3,697,474.00 .

Total debt bearing no interest

1,518,964,969.26

Total gross public debt is.

, 063,554,058. 72 463,365, 226, 749.58




342,570. 20
238,029.19

, 274,314. 00
2.66
130,395. 00
:, 282,612,00
259. 25

345,750.89 252,398.79 -

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1 Reconciliation by classes to the basis of the daily Treasury statement is shown in
summary table 26.
2 Treasury bills are shown at maturity value.
3 Consists of a strip issued on Feb. 26, 1971, of additional amount of one series of
outstanding Treasury bills dated Dec. 31,1970, and maturing July 1, 1971.
4 Consists of a strip issued on May 25, 1971, of additional amounts of seven series of
outstanding Treasury biUs dated from Dec. 31,1970, through Feb. 11,1971, and maturing each week July 1 through Aug. 12,1971.
5 $200,616,000 issued Feb. 26, 1971 (see footnote 3).
8 $201,030,000 issued May 25,1971 (see footnote 4).
7 Consists of a strip issued on Apr. 6, 1971 of additional amounts of 11 series of outstanding Treasmy bills dated Jan. 7 through Mar. 18, 1971, and maturing each week
July 8 through Sept .16,1971.
8 $200,520,000 issued Apr. 6,1971 (see footnote 7).

26, 851, 207. 57
47,441,22L76

825,000,000. 00
322,539, 016. 00
52,917.50
72, 798,597.50
1, 985, 091. 29
4, 657, 912.00
215,179, 753. 00
3, 697, 214. 75

7,447, 737.10 .

7,447, 737.10 .

5, 649,175.60

1,520, 763,530. 76

434,244, 748, 782.06

427,184,032, 026. 22

9 Consists of a strip issued on Mar. 6, 1972, of additional amounts of 15 series of outstanding Treasury bills dated Sept. 30, 1971, through Jan. 6, 1972, and maturing each
week Mar. 30 through July 6, 1972.
1 $204,310,000 issued Mar. 6, 1972 (see footnote 9).
0
11 Amounts issued and retired for series E savings bonds and for savings notes include
accrued discount; amounts outstanding are stated at current redemption values.
1 Amounts issued, retired, and outstanding for retirement plan bonds are stated at
2
par with semiannual interest added when due.
1 Consists of issues in which there have been no transactions since the fiscal year
3
1956, for amount of each issue outstanding (unchanged since June 30, 1956) see 1958
Annual Report, p. 435.
1* Excess of unclassified redemptions over unclassified sales.
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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972
l O n basis of daily T r e a s u r y s t a t e r a e n t s , s u p p l e r a e n t e d b y special s t a t e m e n t s b y t h e B u r e a u 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

R a t e of
interest i

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent
1971
J u l y 1 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
3.521
J u l y 1, 1971
5.080
$2,214.54 .
Oct. 1, 1971
1 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
raaturing:
3.90 .
A u g . 10, 1971
5.10
""'ii576oo,"o66.'6o'.
Oct. 1, 1971..
Treasury
bills:
Regular
weekly:
4 4. 038
1
D a t e d D e c . 31, 1970
5.078
2,199, 978,000. 00 .
1
M a t u r i n g Sept. 30, 1971
5.278
1,600,535,000.00 .
1
M a t u r i n g D e c . 30, 1971
4. 342 .
2
M a t u r i n g Sept. 2, 1971
-30,000.00 .
A d j u s t r a e n t s of issues
Regular m o n t h l y :
4. 790 .
2
M a t u r i n g M a y 31, 1972
A d j u s t r a e n t s of issues
-70,000.00 .
2 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
5.10
m a t u r i n g O c t . 4, 1971
52,000,000.00 .
3 T r e a s u r y certificates,
raaturing:
3.521 .
J u l y 3, 1971
5. 080
Oct. 3, 1 9 7 1 . . . :
1,730,787.65 .
6 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
6.75 •
series, raaturing J u l y 6, 1 9 7 1 . . . .
6 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign c u r r e n c y series,
6.15
raaturing Oct. 6, 1972
54,884,742.04 .
6 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
5.50
327,000,000.00 .
n i a t u r i n g Oct. 6, 1971.
T r e a s u r y bills:
T a x anticipation:
5.033
1, 751,570,000. 00 .
6
M a t u r i n g Sept. 21, 1971..
7 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
3.70
J u l y 7, 1971.--.".
4.95
Sept. 28, 1971
5.10
Oct. 1, 1 9 7 1 . . .
_
5.10
Oct. 4, 1971
5.50
Oct. 6, 1 9 7 1 . . . . . . .
5.50
30, 000, 000.00 .
Oct. 7, 1971
7 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series,
raaturing:
6.05
200,000,000. 00 .
J u l y 7, 1972
200,000,000.00 .
6.45
.luly 9, 1973
6.65
200, 000,000.00 .
J u l y 8, 1974
200,000,000.00
8.75
.luly 7, 1975
200,000, 000. 00 .
6.85
J u l y 7, 1976..
8 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign scries,
niaturing:
3.70
.Tuly 8, 1971
"'""667,'0i7,'399."32'
5.50
Oct. 8, 1 9 7 1 . . . .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4.181 .
8
D a t e d .7an. 7, 1971.
8
M a t u r i n g O c t . 7, 1971..
2,302, 630,000. 00 .
5.4.67
8
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1,591,825,000.00 .
9 T r e a s u r y certificates. E u r o d o l l a r series:
Series A-197.1
:
6H
Series C - 1 9 7 1 . - 515, 648, 000.00
6^
Series D~1971
515, 648,000.00
654
Series E - 1 9 7 1 .
615,648,000.00
6^
9 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
O c t . 12, 1971
5.50
86,000,000.00
13
O c t . 13, 1071
5.40
97,000,000.00
14
Oct. 6, 1971
5.50
Oct. 8, 1971
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5.50
Oct. 12, 1071
..:
5.60
O c t . 13, 1 9 7 1 . . . . :
5.40
14 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
.Tuly 14, 1972
6.80
200,000,000.00
.Tuly 16,1973
6.30
200, 000,000.00
J u l y 15, 1974
6.80
200,000,000.00
,Tuly 14, 1976
6.70
200,000,000.00
6.80
200,000,000.00
J u l y 14,1976
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




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or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
t o raaturity 3

$2,195. 22

20, 000, 000. 00

3, 704,130, 000. 00

1, 715, 685. 33
54,945,054. 95

30, 000,000. 00
60,000,000.00
115, 000,000. 00
52,000,000. 00
10, 000,000. 00

271, 017, 399. 32

3, 803, 540, 000. 00

1,508,437,000.00

317,000, 000. 00
396,000,000.00
86, 000,000. 00
97,000,000.00

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

R a t e of
mterest i

1971
July

Amomit matured
or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
to raaturity 3

Percent

15
15
15
15

16
21
22
22
22
22
22

26
26
26
28

27
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A r a o u n t issued 2

28
28
29
29
29
29
31
31

T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d J a n . 14,1971.
M a t m i n g O c t . 14,1971.-M a t m i n g J a n . 13,1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u l y 15,1971
Oct. 15, 1971
A u g . 10, 1971
A u g . 10, 1971
Oct. 21, 1971
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly;
D a t e d J a n . 21,1971
M a t m i n g Oct. 21,1971
M a t u r i n g J a n . 20,1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t m i n g :
J u l y 2 2 , 1971.A u g . 24, 1972
:
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign c u r r e n c y
series,
raaturing:
J u l y 22,1971
J a n . 21,1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular m o n t h l y :
M a t m i n g M a r . 31, 1972
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues
M a t m i n g J u n e 30,1972.
Adjus t r a e n t s of issues
Treasm-y certificates, E u r o d o l l a r series:
Series F-1971
Series G-1971
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series, raaturing:
J u l y 26,1971
Oct. 26, 1971J u l y 27,1971
- O c t . 27,1971:
Oct. 28, 1971
:..
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1972..
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d J a n . 28,1971
Matm-ing Oct. 28,1971
Matm-ing J a n . 27,1972..
Treasm-y notes, foreign series, matm-ing:
J u l y 29,1971
.
:
A u g . 24, 1972
T r e a s m y certificates,
raaturing:
J u l y 31,1971
O c t . 31, 1971
U . S . savings b o n d s : ^
Series E-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1946
SeriesE-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948Series E-1949.
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to A p r i l ) . :
Series E-1952 (May to D e c e m b e r )
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 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 t o Deceraber)

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44.249.
6.377
5.483
6.424 .
5.424
3.90 .
3.90 .
5.55

3,809,970,000.00
2,302,285,000.00
1,600,565,000.00
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250,000,000.00
250,000,000.00 .1
60,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
40,000,000.00

43.954.
5.646
5.724

2,301,865,000.00
1,600,790,000.00

6.70 .
6.94

100,000,000.00

4.40 .
5.75

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3,803,420,000.00

100,000,000.00

105,006,105.01

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551,462,000.00
551,462,000.00
5,000,000.00

3.80
5.56
3.90
5.65
6.65
3.60

20,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
202.47

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5.556
5.833

2,313,166,000.00
1,601,046,000,00

6,000,000.00
20,000,000.00

3,803,480,000.00

6.79
6.15

.-100,000,000.00

3.865
6.654

1,033,653.15

63.363
63.433
63.506
63.684
63.666
63.758
63.83O
63.907
04.030
64.128
64.191
3.610
6 3.677
63.762
63.868
63.978
64.142
4.230
6 4.368
64.434
4.570
e 4.572

763,000.43
5, 230,301. 87
5, 595, 729.41
10,108,494.37
5,377,552.28
4,220,632.05
6,242,067. 68
5,698,459. 96
6,112,419. 78
6,278,545.90
5, 252, 637.66
2,780,962.02
4,018,422.70
4,641,150.99
4,807,432.68
5,137,058. 63
6, 096,380.98
-56. 73
5,320,362.55
5,528, 942.45
2,887,686.48
3,006,247.00

100,000,000.00
1,023,761.08
-...
1, 673, 000.66
5,958,079. 28
8,963,630. 77
11,736,976.77
10,497,115.40
6,796,634.38
6,529,096.77
6,894,198.27
7,309,102.39
6,834,476.29
6,475,910.80
1,884,412.41
4,370,636.62
7,449,392.72
7,768,188.11
8,457, 388.78
8,607,989.70
754,033.11
7,664,993.35
8, 229,421.29
3,386,261.10
4,801,440.06

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
Interest *

1971
Percent
July 31 U.S. Savings Bonds«—Continued
. 6 4.644
Series E-1980.
Series E-1961
. 8 4. 746
Series E-1962 . .
. 8 4.826
Series E-1983
. 8 4.890
Series E-1984
Series E-1965 (Januarv to Noveraber) - - . . 6 4.473
Series E-1965 (Deceraber)
. 6 4.427
Series E-1986
4.600
SeriesE-1967
4.664
Series E-1968 (January to May) 4.826
Series E-1968 (.Tune to December)
.
4.960
6.091
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December)
6.200
.
6.427
Series E-1970 (January to May)
Series E-1970 (June to December)
6.460
6.600
Series E-1971
7
Unclassified sales and redemptions6.600
".""'8"3"673".
Series H-1952
SeriesH-1963
. 6 3.642 Series H-1964-_ . 6 3. 733 Series H-1965
. . - . 8 3.821Series H-1956
. 8 3.953 .
Series H-1957 (January)
.
. . 4.030 Series H-1967 (February to Deceraber). - . 8 4.244 .
Series H-1968
_
. 6 4.349 Series H-1969 (January to May)
.
4.430Series H-1969 (June to Deceraber)-"-"
. 8 4.486 Series H-1960
. 6 4.522 .
SeriesH-1961
. 6 4.684 Series H-1962- _
. 6 4.137 Series H-1963
. 6 4.262 .
SeriesH-1964
. 6 4.394 Series H-1966 (January to November)... . 6 4.636 4.810 Series H-1966 (December)
SeriesH-1966
. ; 4.848 SeriesH-1967
:
4.982.
Series H-1968 (January to May)
6.070 Series H-1968 (June to December)
6.163 6.240 .
Series H-1969 (January to May)
Series H-1969 (June to December).""I^.. .
6.446 Series H-1970 (January to May)
6.470
Series H-1970 (June to December) 6.600
6.600
SeriesH-1971
Unclassified sales and redera ptions
31 Treasury notes, Series .B-1971
5^
Adjustments of redemptions s
31 Treasury notes, Series G-1971
TH
Adjustments of redemptions ^
31 Treasury notes. Series C-1972
.
7M
Adjustraents ofissues'
31 Treasmy notes, Series F-1972
.
6.00
Adjustments of issues 8
31 Treasmy notes, Series C-1974
TH
Adjustmeiits ofissues 8
31 Treasury notes, Series JD-1974
.
TH
Adjustments ofissues ^
31 Treasmy notes, Series C-19'76'....!!
TV,
..". . .
Adjustments of issues ^
31 Treasury notes, Series B-19'7"7".. I. I . . . ' ] I . . . . TH
Adjustments of issues s
31 Treasury notes, Series A-197~8
- 'en
Adiustments of issues 8
31 U.S. savings notes:"
4.74
Series S-1987
•
4.74
Series S-1968 (January to May)
6.00
Series S-1968 (June to December)
6.00
Series S-1969
5.00
Series S-1970
Unclassified
31 U.S. retireraent plan bonds..
.
2.00
31 Depositary bonds, First Series
Footnotes at end of table.




Araount matmed
or called or
redeemed prior
to matmity 3

5,877,336.60
6,960,762.61
7,624, 644.22
7,836,484.36
10,854,261.65
9,412, Oil. 66
-88.69
9,782,369.62
10,376,604.20
6,226,798.88
4,689,847.12
4,866,302.73
4,634,661.67
6,607,807.21
6,318,126.42
484,869,977.65
-45, 733,908. 78

74,500.00
147,600.00
38,416,500. 00
9,655,500.00

9,337,231.57
10,722,368.07
10,774,688.79
14,916,642.06
10,622,021.67
10,266,322.72
1,174,336.33
12,102,368.07
14,843, 988.36
6,616,896.64
9,953,693.17
8,413,139.62
14,946,666.96
18, 700,318.08
47,203,986.03
103,642,037.60
7-2,266,969.68
148,000.00
427,600.00
871,600.00
1,400,600.00
1,028,000.00
106,600.00
1,179,600.00
1,486,600.00
604,000.00
901,000. 00
1,974,600.00
3,198,000.00
1, 603,000.00
1,617,600.00
1,477,600.00
963,000.00
262,600.00
1,318,000.00
1,269,000.00
212,600.00
684,600.00
266,000.00
475,000.00
217,600.00
632,000.00
84,000.00
6, 756,600.00
30,000.00
12,000.00

677,000.00 .
15, 000.00 3,940, G O 00 .
O.
Ill, 000.00 .
-103,000.00
• 706,000.00
1, COO. 00
197,342.64
309,853.46
416,839.67
1,031,636.31
627, 209.20
-101. 25
622,108.72
307,000.00

647,532.74
633,668.17
1,340,822.62
4,022,488.91
3,864,197.26
(10)

124,030.50
1,046,000.00

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Rate of Amount issued2
interest i

Securities

31 Treasury bonds, REA Series
31 Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80Redeeraed in exchange for:
11-^% Treasury notes, Series EO-1976
11.^% Treasm-y notes. Series EA-1976
Treasmy notes. Series EO-1976
Treasury notes. Series EA-1976
Miscellaneous
Total J u l y -

-

Percent
2.00
2H
IM

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to matmity 3

150,000.00

-280,000.00 .
850,000.00 .

-260,000.00
850,000.00
71,344,900.00

--

28,592,219,133.06

23,239,922,532.61

Aug. 1 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1972..
3.60
840,149.66
Treasury biUs:
Regular monthly:
2"
Dated July 31,1970.-4 6.313
1,703,030,000.00
Maturing Apr. 30,1972
6.944
601,150,000. 00 .
Matming July 31,1972
5.953
1,202,435,000.00.
2 Treasury certificates, matming:
June 30,1972
3.60
74,747,391.94
3
June 30,1972
3.50
49,213.50 .
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
3
Matming Oct. 21,1971
6.646 .
Adjustments ofissues
3 Certtficates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug. 3,1971
3.90
75,000,000.00
Nov. 3,1971
6.30
75,000,000.00 .
4
Aug. 4,1971
3.90
150,000,000.00
"55,"6oo,"6o6."oo'.
5.30
Nov. 4,1971
5.30
Nov. 4,1971
150,000,000.00 .
Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
3,807,080,000.00
5
Dated May 6,1971
4 3.986
5.273
2,300,680,000.00.
6
Maturing Nov. 4,1971
6.618
1,600,870,000.00 .
6
Matming Feb. 3,1972
6 Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign cmrency
series, maturing:
52,503,052.50
Aug. 5,1971
4.26
Feb. 4,1972
6.75
62,949,144.19
"26,"862,'026'86
6
Aug. 6,1971
- 7.70
6 Treasmy notes, foreign currency series, ma6.35
tming Nov. 6,1972
27,076,923.08 .
2,932,823.84
3.50
6 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1972.6 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
60,000,000.00
3.90
Aug. 6,1971
6.30
Nov. 6,1971.
.60,000,000.00 .
9 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
135,000,000.00
3.90
Aug. 10,1971
60,000,000.00
3.90
Aug. 10,1971
42,000,000.00
3.90
Aug. 13,197168,000, ood. 00
4.36
Aug. 19, 1971
6.30
Nov. 4,1971..—
150,000,000.00
6.90
200,000,000.00 .
Mar. 30,1972
"iio,"oo5,"5o5.'oo
3.90
10
Aug. 10,1971
6.40
Nov. 10,1971
"i6o,"ooo,"6oo."oo".
10 Treasury certificates. Eurodollar series:
516,648,000.00
Series C-1971
SeriesH-1971
"65i,'i82,'oo6."oo".
12 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
70,000,000.00 .
5.40
Nov. 12,1971
300,000,000.00 .
6.40
Nov. 12,1971
Treasm-y bills:
Regular weekly:
3,802,040,000.00
43.883
12
Dated Feb. 11,1971
6.371
2,300,060,000.00 .
12
Matming Nov. 11,1971
5.789
1,699,986,000.00 .
12
Matming Feb. 10,1972
6.833 - 13
Matming Jan. 27,1972-340,000.00.
Adjustments of issues
Footnotes at end of table.




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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptioris of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

1971
Regular monthly:
Matm-ing J u l y 31,1972
_
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
13 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 . 16,1971
16 T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series F-1971
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for:
7% T r e a s m y n o t e s , Series D-1975
7% T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1981
R e d e e m a b l e for casb
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1971
J
R e d e e m e d i n exchange for:
7% T r e a s u r y notds, Series D-1975
7% T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1981
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h .
T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series D-1975.
I s s u e d i n exchange for:
8 H % T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series F-1971
4% T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1971..
T r e a s m - y b o n d s of 1981
Issued i n exchange for:
8 H % T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series F-1971
4% Treasm-y b o n d s of 1971..
I s s u e d for cash
T r e a s m y n o t e s , Series C-1973._.
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 m i e 30,1972.
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
matm-ing:
N o v . 16,1971
N o v . 16,1971
___
N o v . 17, 1971
N o v . 17, 1971
N o v . 17, 1971
N o v . 17, 1971
N o v . 17, 1971...
18
Sept. 20, 1971
Sept. 20, 1 9 7 1 . . .
Sept. 20, 1971
N o v . 18, 1971
N o v . 18, 1971
Sept. 20, 1971
Sept. 20, 1971
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d F e b . 18,1971
M a t u r i n g N o v . 18, 1971
M a t u r i n g F e b . 17, 1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign c u r r e n c y
series, m a t u r i n g A u g . 19, 1971.
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign cm-rency series, m a t u r i n g N o v . 20, 1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
raaturing:
Sept. 20, 1971.
Sept. 20, 1971
Sept. 23, 1971
A u g . 24, 1971
A u g . 24, 1971
Sept. 24, 1971
N o v . 24, 1971
N o v . 24, 1971
T r e a s u r y certificates. Eurodollar series:
Series D-1971
T r e a s u r y certtficates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1972..
T r e a s u r y biUs:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d F e b . 25,1971
M a t u r i n g N o v . 26, 1 9 7 1 . .
M a t u r i n g F e b . 24, 1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, matming-.
A u g . 26, 1971
A u g . 28, 1971
.Sept. 21, 1972

A u g . 13

F o o t n o t e s at e n d of t a b l e .




R a t e of
interest i

Araount
raatured
or called or
r e d e e r a e d prior
to raaturity 3

A r a o u n t issued 2

Percent
6.963 .
20,000.00 .
6.40

100,000,000.00 .

SH
1,408,165,000.00
201,565,000.00
649,660,000.00
.4.00
1, 707,271,000.00
401, 236,000.00
697,116,600.00
7.00
1,406,165,000.00 .
1,707,271,000.00 .
4.00
201, 555,000. 00 .
410,236, 000.00 .
194,315, 000.00 .
3.60

2,614,238,000.00 .
34. 70 .

5.40
6.40
5.40
4.95
4.95
4.95
4.95
4.68
4.68
4.68
4.95
4.95
4.55
4.55

20,000, 000.00
60,000, 000.00
245,000, 000.00
10,000, 000. 00
505, 000, 000.00
350, 000, 000.00
100, 000, 000.00
237, 000, 000.00
92,000, 000.00
230, 000, 000.00
35, 000, 000.00
596, boo, 000.00
552,000, 000.00
65,300, 000.00

4 4.060 .
4.923
5.203

2,300, 215,000. 00 .
1, 601,185,000. 00 .

7.73

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
3, 604,130, 000. 00

29, 304, 029. 30

.

5.85

29,484,029.48 .

4.45
4.45
4.45
4.35
4.35
4.50
4.75
4.75

155,000,000.00 .
28,000,000.00 .
631,000,000.00 .

3.50

371. 22 .

140, 000, 000.00
35,000, 000. 00
155,000,000.00 .
141,000,000.00 .
35,000,000.00 .
515, 648, 000. 00

4 4.107 .
4.748
2,300,945,000.00 .
4.859
1, 600, 030, 000. 00 .
6.84
7.55
5.40

.
.

3, 703,460, 000. 00

100,000,000. 00
100, 000,000. 00
200, 000,000.00 .

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

1971
A u g . 28

27
27
30
31

31
31
31
31
31
31

Securities

Amount matured
or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
to m a t m i t y 3

A m o u n t issued 2
R a t e of
interest i

Percent
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A u g . 26, 1971
A u g . 26, 1971
Sept. 20, 1 9 7 1 . - Sept. 20, 1971
Sept. 20, 1971
Sept. 23, 1971
N o v . 28, 1971
Sept. 20, 1971
Sept. 20, 1971-T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, raaturing A u g . 27, 1973
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
niaturing:
Sept. 30, 1971.
Oct. 1, 1971
Oct. 1, 1971
.Oct. 1, 1971T r e a s u r y biUs:
Regular
raonthly:
D a t e d A u g . 31,1970
M a t u r i n g M a y 31, 1972.
M a t m i n g A u g . 31, 1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g F e b . 2,
1972.T r e a s u r y certificates, n i a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30,1972
J u n e 30, 1972
U . S . savings b o n d s :5
.
SeriesE-1941
.
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
SeriesE-1944
.
Series E-1945
Series E-1946.
Series E-1947 .
Series E - 1 9 4 8 .
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 Deceniber)
..
.
Series E-1953_
Series E-1954
- .-.
.
Series E-1955
.
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 Deceraber)
.
Series E-1958.
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
.
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
.
SeriesE-1960.
Series E-1981
.
Series E-1982
.
Series E-1983
.
Series E-1964
.
Series E-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e r a b e r )
Series E-1965 ( D e c e r a b e r ) - .
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Series E-1968 ( J a n m i r y to May)
Series E-1968 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
Series E-1971
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

Footnotes at end of table.




4.50
4.50
4.45
4.68
4.45
4.45
4.75
4.55
4.68

.
.
.
.
-

30,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
28,000,000.00
92,000, 000. 00
155, 000, 000. 00
153, 000,000. 00
30,000,000.00 -

-

65,300,000. 00
230,000,000.00
333,000,000.00 .

5.67

167,000,000.00
15,000,000.00
29,000, 000.00
1,180,000, 000. 00

4.50
4.35
4.35
4.35

.

4 6. 010 .
5.090 "'"'500,"255,'600.'00".
1,199, 810,000. 00 5.125

1, 704,310,000. 00

6.50

-

1,282,826.42

3.50
3.50

.
.

15,078,598.13
1,564,391.19

6 3.363
6 3.433
6 3. 506
6 3. 584
6 3. 656
6 3. 758
6 3. 830
6 3. 907
6 4. 030
6 4.128
6 4.191
3. 610
6 3. 677
6 3. 762
6 3.868
6 3. 978
6 4.142
4. 230
6 4.368
6 4.484
4. 570
6 4. 572
6 4. 644
6 4. 746
6 4. 825
8 4.890
6 4.473
6 4.427
4.600
4. 854
4.826
4.960
5.091
5.200
5.427
5.460
5. 500
5. 500
6 3.573
6 3. 642
6 3. 733
6 3.821

.
.
.
.

570, 990.85
3,334,423. 22
4,422, 722. 89
7, 815,158.56
4,155,035.04
3,347, 803.47
3, 742,539.88
4, 264, 682.12
4, 782, 990. 88
4, 721, 756. 05
4, 282,425. 61
2,027, 708.09
5,093, 809.03
5, 685,918.98
6, 000,810.97
6,191,184. 27
5, 899,088.85
94.70
5,121, 227. 63
5,515,880.61
2,703,038.98
.. -2, 769, 717.18
5,421,340. 67
6,'608,448.93
7,206,152.78
392,878.87
8,535,886.60
7.322.950.48
60, 676. 78
8,460,188.47
8,454, 939.13
4.333.300.49
4,053, 833. 76
3; 923,390. 21
. 3,932,07L69
4,342, 226. 84
4,468,197.54
421, 698, 891. 55
77, 606,143. 22

1,467,593.35
5,137,033. 80
7,849, 350. 88
9,611,057. 24
8,302,034.44
4,839,379.21
5, 508,144.37
5,617, 206.17
5, 893, 909.38
5, 755, 217.93
5,187, 941.49
1,672,107. 74
3,515,119. 91
5, 962,920. 78
6,472,545.86
6, 947, 862.17
6,579,106. 63
615, 250. 76
6, 824, 912. 28
8,592,055.51
3,570, 942.08
4,855,618. 23
9, 288,170.58
11,418,421.44
10, 612, 247.24
15,337,511. 77
11,384,455.31
10, 281,965. 84
1,159, 718. 82
12,176,456.98
14,447,425.13
6,442,848.30
9, 696, 697.93
8,127, 727. 28
14,344, 890. 05
15,098,997.98
40, 986,134. 21
114, 213,591. 75
32, 606,352.81
155,500.00
535, 500.00
1,044,500. 00
1,490,500.00

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97

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Rate of Amount issued 2
interest 1

Secmities

Date

Aniount raatured
or called or
redeemed prior
to matmity s

1971
Percent
Aug. 31 U.S. savings bonds -Continued
Series H-195663.953 .
Series H-1957 (January)
. 4.030.
Series H-1957 (February to December).... 6 4. 244 .
Series H-1958
.84.349 .
Series H-1959 (January to May)
4.430 .
Series H-1959 (June to December)
6 4.486 .
Series H-1980
64.522 .
Series H-1981.
84.584.
Series H-1962
8 4.137
Series H-1963
i 6 4.262
SeriesH-1964
64.394
_
Series H-1965 (January to November)
64.536
Series H-1985 (December)
4.810
SeriesH-1966
4.848
SeriesH-1967
4.982
Series H-1988 (January to May)
5.070
Series H-1988 (June to December)
5.153
Series H-1969 (January to May)
5.240
Series H-1969 (June to December)
5.445
Series H-1970 (January to May)
5.470
71,000.00
Series H-1970 (June to D ecember)
5.500
130,500.00
SeriesH-1971
5.500
53,746,500.00
Unclassified sales and redemptions
7 —8,355,000.00
Treasury notes, Series B-1971
5 ^ ---Adjustments of redemptionss
Treasury notes. Series G-1971
TH
Adjustments of redemptionss
Treasury notes. Series A-1972
Adjustments of redemptlonss
Treasmynotes, Series C-1972
TYi
Adjustments of redemptlonss
Treasury notes. Series C-1972
Adjustments of issues^
Treasury notes, Series F-1972
6.00
Adjustments of Issuess
-400,000.00 .
Treasury notes, Series A-1974
hH
Adjustments of Issues^-10,000.00 .
31 Treasury notes. Series C-1974.
TH
Adjustments of issues^
-5,634,000.00 .
Treasury notes. Series D-1974
TH
--Adjustments of issuess.•
-2,213,000.00 .
31 Treasury notes, Series C-1975
5^
Adjustments of Issuess
376,000.00 .
Treasmy notes. Series C-1976
73^
-33,000.00 .
Adjustments of issues^
31 Treasmy notes. Series B-1977
7^
-84,000.00 .
Adjustments ofissues—-..
Treasmy notes. Series A-1978
6M
Adjustments of Issues
405,000.00 .
31 U.S. savings notes:«
Series S-1967
4.74
231,666.12
Series S-1968 (January to May)
4.74
310,493.28
Series S-1968 (June to December)
6.00
437,657.49
SeriesS-1969
5.00
989, 203.39
448,404.43
Series S-1970
...-.
6.00
-101.25
Unclassified
'.
282,389. 77
U.S. retirement plan bonds
4.19
137,000.00
Depositary bonds. First Series
2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series
2.00
Treasmy bonds, Investment Series B-1976-80.
2M
Redeemed in exchange for li^%
Treasury notes, Series EA-1976
Treasmy notes, Series EA-1976
1^
7,136,000.00.
Miscellaneous
j . .

m

TotalAugust

-

-

Sept. 1 Treasmy certificates, Eurodollar series B 1971
.....i
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Sept. 1,1971
Dec. 1,1971
2
Oct.l, 1971
Footnotes at end of table;




1,341,500.00
62,500. 00
993,500.00
1,990,500.00
895,000. 00
936,000.00
3,023,500. 00
4, 797,000. 00
2,530,500.00
2,170,000.00
1,919,000.00
1,512,000.00
80,000. 00
1,697,000. 00
1,566,000.00
596,500. 00
816,000. 00
532,600. 00
554,000. 00
562,000.00
713,500.00
428,500. 00
1,325,000.00
-22,000.00
-38, 000.00
-304,000.00

-1,000.00

639,614.16
621,369.33
1,315,058.69
3,704,316.46
2,890,072.69
(10)

240,657.59
61,000.00
90,000.00
7,136,000.00
50,260,000.00

34,176,071,633.05

m 4.36
4.65
4.36

27,250,786,500.06

—-

600,051, 000.00
280,000,000.00

286,000,000.00 .

'298^ooooooo'00

177

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Secmities

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest i

Amount raatm-ed
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to matmity 3

1971

Percent
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Sept. 2
Dated Mar. 4,1971
43.982.
3,703,200,000.00
2
Matming Dec. 2,1971
4.651
2,300,345,000.00 .
2
Matming Mar. 2,1971.
4.771
1,699, 780,000.00 .
3
MatmingNov. 18,1971....
4.923.
Adjustraents ofissues
210,000,00 .
3
Matm-ing Jan. 20,1972
6.724.
-76,000.00 .
Adjustments ofissues
3
Matm-ing Feb. 10,1972
6.769.
Adjustments of issues
10,000.00 .
3
Matm-ing Feb. 17,1972
6.203.
30,000.00 .
Adjustments of issues
4 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
75,000,000.00 .
Oct.4,1971
4.40
144, 000, 000.00 .
8
Oct. 8,1971
4.35
8 Treasury notes, Sei-ies D-1978...QH
•
Issued for cash—
:
1,283,296,000.00 .
9 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
200,000,000.00
matming Oct. 1,1971
4.35 - . .
TreasurybUls:
Regular weekly:
3,702,260,000.00
Dated Mar. 11,1971
44.037
2, 303, 215,000.00 .
Matming Dec. 9,1971
4.536
1, 601,800,000.00 .
Matming Mar. 9,1972
4.846
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign cmrency
262,615,262.52
series, maturing Sept. 10,1971
3.36 .
Treasury notes, foreign cm-rency series,
maturing Dec. 11,1972
5.46
269,019,019.02 .
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
35,000,000.00
Sept. 10,1971
4.56 .
4.36
15,000,000.00
Oct. 1,1971
4.36
35,000,000.00 .
Oct. 12, 1971
Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign cm-rency
24,420,024.42
7.60
series, maturing Sept. 13,1971
Treasmy notes, foreign currency series,
26,026,026.03 .
6.56
maturing Dec. 13,1972
515,648,000.00
Treasmy certificates, Eurodollar series E-1971
Treasury certificates, maturing:
739.14 .
3.60
June 30,1972
:
4,962.98
3.60
June 30,1972...:
Treasmy biUs:
Regular weekly:
3,702,030,000.00
Dated Mar. 18,1971
44.329 .
2,300,070,000.00 .
Matming Dec. 16,1971
4.836
1,600,960,000.00..
Matming Mar. 16,1972
6.085
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
100,000,000.00
4.35
Oct.8,1971...
662,000,000.00
4.56
Sept. 20,197120
237,000,000.00
4.68
Sept. 20,1971.
4.86
652,000,000.00 .
Dec. 20,1971-.
4.85
237,000,000.00 .
Dec. 20,1971-.
Treasmy bills:
Tax anticipation:
1,751,570,000.00
Dated July 6,1971
6.033 .
21
Regular weekly:
Maturing Nov. 18,1971
4.923 .
22
1,475,000.00 .
Adjustments of issues
22
Matming Feb. 17,1972
-6.203
-1,436,000.00 .
Adjustments of issues
Regular monthly:
22
Matm-ing Aug. 31,1972
6.125
80,000.00 .
Adjustments of issues
Regular weekly:
3,804,990,000.00
23
Dated Mar. 25,1971
44.334
2,300,490,000.00 .
23
Matming Mar. 23,1972
4.742
1,600, 070,000.00 .
23
Maturing Dec. 30,19714.993
23 Treasury notes, foreign series, matming:
Sept. 23,1971
:
Oct. 26,1972......-.;..
Footnotes at end of table.




7.46
6.40

200,000,000.00

200,000,000.00 .

178 19'7 2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
. securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Secm-ities

R a t e of
A r a o u n t issued 2
interest 1

Amount matm'ed
or called or
r e d e e r a e d prior
to m a t m - i t y 3

Percent
1971
Sept. 23 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series.
maturing:
Sept. 23, 1971
4.45.
712,000,000.00 .
Dec. 23, 1971
4.75
24
Sept. 24, 1971.
4.50.
"i65,'o55i"o5o.'oo'.
Dec. 24, 1971..
4.75
28 T r e a s u r y certificates. E u r o d o l l a r series F-1971Q% .
29 T r e s s u r y certificates, m a t m i n g :
June30,.1972
3. 50 .
30
June30,1972..
3.50.
30 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Sept. 30, 19714.50.
167,000,000.00 .
Dec. 30, 1971
4.70
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
30
Dated Aprill, 1971...
44.496.
2,301,155,000.00 .
30
M a t u r i n g D e c . 30, 1971.
4. 675
1,600,035,000.00 .
30
M a t u r i n g Mar. 30, 1972
4,973
Regular monthly:
30
D a t e d Sept. 30, 1970
45.343.
500,470,000.00 .
30
M a t u r i n g J m i e 30, 1972
5.242
1,200,730,000.00 .
30
M a t u r i n g Sept. 30, 1972
5. 279
30 U . S . savings bonds:5
• 600, 130.07 SeriesE-1941.
63.363
3.314, 907. 93
Series E-1942
6'3.433
9, 776, 391.15
Series E-1943
6 3.506
3, 554, 394.30
SeriesE-1944
6 3.584
3,429, 022. 98
Series E - 1 9 4 5 . - .
6'3,656
2, 944, 977. 88
Series E-1946
6 3,758
3, 525, 697. 05
Series E-1947
6 3.830'
3,698, 344. 68
Series E-1948
e 3.907
4,237, 760. 93
Series E-1949.
64.030
4,314, 595. 85
Series E-1950
64.128
3,938, 304.89
Series E-1951
64.191
1,888, 772.36
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to A p r i l ) :
3.610
2,233, 630. 24
Series E-1952 (May to Deceniber)
6 3.677
6,272, 510.10
Series E - 1 9 5 3 _ . .
6 3. 762
6,428, 728. 54
Series E-1954
6'3.-868
6,791, 582.12
Series E-1955
6 3. 978
6,657, 591. 90
Series E-19566,4.142
2,986, 938. 95
Series .E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
,4.230
5,008, 652. 26
Series E-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
6 4.368
5,304, 199.35
Series E - 1 9 5 8 . . .
e 4.434
2,524, 941.09
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4. 570
5,945, 370.96
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
6 4. 572
6,069, 577. 58
Series E-1960
64.644
7,032. 574. 78
SeriesE-1961
64.746
8,006, 273. 85
Series E - 1 9 6 2 _ .
6 4. 825
3,917, 074. 72
Series E-1963_
.
64.890
7,289, 335. 52
Series E-1964_
6 4.473
7,218, 776.62
Series E-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e r a b e r )
64.427
•236. 97
Series E-1965 (December)
'4. 600
8,423, 959.37
Series E-1966
4.654
8,417; 777. 86
Series E-1967.
4,826
4,389;, 678. 91
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
4. 960
3, 730; 999. 64
Series E-1968 ( J u n e to Deceniber)
6.091
4,012; 351.12
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
6. 200
3,854; 243.11
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
5.427
4,709,, 767. 68
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
6.460
5,629, 284. 00
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
6. 500
511, 648,, 446. 60
Series E - 1 9 7 1 - . _
6.500
-107,131 923. 43
Unclassified sales a n d rederaptions
Series H-1952. _
63.573
Series H-1953
6 3.642
SeriesH-1954
63.733
SeriesH-1955...
8 3.821
Series H-1958
6 3. 953
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y ) .
4.030 .
Series H-1957 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) .
6 4.244 .
Series H-1958
5 4.349 .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
41430 .
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e r a b e r ) .
5 4.486 .
SeriesH-1960
6 4.522 .
F o o t n o t e s a t end of t a b l e ;




478,000,000.00

"155," ooo;" 555." 00
"55i,'462,'600."00
19,510.32
18,749,844.10
167,000,000.00

3,799,833,000.00

1,703.030,000.00

1,475, 630. 71
6,010, 739. 26
9,012, 941.17
11,467, 279. 08
9,853,246. 79
5, 506, 371. 70
6,057, 132. 29
6,769,097. 53
7,177, 148.44
6,603, 401.01
6,005, 892.15
1,978, 050.34
4,119, 896. 53
7,443, 480.48
8,248, 544.10
9,015, 767.83
9,222, 540. 06
790, 480. 71
8, 233, 479.43
8,396, 892. 81
3,582, 303. 65
4,878, 955.14
9,387, 282.18
11,056, 157. 66
10, 520, 008.03
15,254, 165. 34
11,453, 253. 28
10,417, 220. 73
1,070, 295.17
12,310, 221.32
14,780, 998. 22
6, 518, 557. 27
9,917, 784.06
7.993, 621. 74
14,455, 853. 72
15,154, 816. 42
38,225, 957. 27
129, 759,, 795. 60
-43,080, 918. 92
447, 500.00
866, 500. 00
1,626, 000. 00
2,163, 000. 00
1.994, 000. 00
98, 000.00
1,397,.500. 00
2,303, 500. 00
1,084, 000. CO
1,114, 500.00
3,266, 500. 00

179

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

R a t e of
interest 1

A m o u n t issued 2

Percent

1971
S e p t . 30

U . S . savings b o n d s s — C o n t i n u e d
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962..
Series H-1983
Series H-1984
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series H-1965 ( D e c e m b e r ) .
SeriesH-1966.
SeriesH-1967
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y to M a y )
Series H-1968 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
Series H-1989 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1969 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1970 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
SeriesH-1971
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e r a p t i o n s
T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series B-1971
A d j u s t r a e n t s of r e d e r a p t i o n s s
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , Series G-1971
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s s
30 T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series E-1972
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues ^
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , Series F-1972._
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues 8
T r e a s m y n o t e s . Series C-1973
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues «
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , Series C-1975
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues ^
Treasm-y n o t e s , Ssries D-1975
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues «
.
T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1978.
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues ^
Treasmy bondsof 1981..
....:
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues s
30 U . S . savings notes:^
Series S-1967
Series S-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series S-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series S-1969
Series S-1970
Unclassified
U.S. retireraent plan b o n d s . . . . . .
Depositary bonds. First Series.Treasm-y b o n d s R E A s e r i e s
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..
R e d e e r a e d in exchange for 1}4% Treasm-y
n o t e s . Series EA-1978.
T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series EA-1976
Miscellaneous...

64.584 .
64.137 .
64.262 .
64.394 .
6 4.536 .
4.810.
4.848 .
4.892 .
5.070 .
5.153 .
5.240 .
5.445 .
5.470
6.500
5.500
5H

T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-1971
R e d e e m a b l e for c a s h . .
Cartificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 1,1971
Oct. 1, 1971
Jan. 3,1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
Oct. 1,1971
J a n . 1,1972
J u n e 30, 1972
O c t . 3,1971
J a n . 3,1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 4,1971
Jan. 4,1972
Oct. 7,1971
Jan. 7,1972
.-

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




30,000.00
225,000.00
50, 222,500.00
-13,128,500.00

5,834, 000.00
2,574,000.00
2, 908,500.00
2,189,500.00
1, 748,500.00
119,000.00
2,462,000.00
2,185, 500.00
973,000.00
963,000.00
799,500.00
726,000.00
733,500.00
737,600.00
864,000.00
7 -11,292,600.00

-

TH

•

- 4 , 2 1 6 , 000.00
-93,000.00
5.00
50,000. 00 .
o.OO
-200,000.00 .
6M

-6,000.00 .

5^

,

-373,000.00 .

7.00
486,000.00 .
^H
-576,

COO. 00 ,

7.00
300,000. 00 .
4.74
4.74
5.00
5.00
5.00
4.19
2.00
2.00 .
2H

259, 324.12
325,296.47
426,880.84
990,117.80
308,691. 60
-222.75
82,014.14
248,000.00

847,462.46
619,473.22
1,310,792.77
3, 785,123.14
2,416,632.62
(10)

55,008. 67
235,600.00
75,000. CO
1, 600,000.00

1,600,000.00 .

IM

64,079,500.00

--•

T o t a l Septeraber
Oct.

Amount matured
or called or
redeeraed prior
to n i a t u r i t y 3

2.5,972,503,221.95

13^ TZTTZTTZTTTIT
4.36 .
4.35 .
4.70
5.080 .
4.676
3.50
6.080 .
4.876

27,285,208,437.42
71,827,000.00
882, 000, 000.00
29,000,000.00

686,000, 000.00
2,214.64
2,'242.'66'
21,349,463.87

1,730,787.65

"""i,"752,"768"55'
4.40
4.70
5.60
4.56

75,000,000.00
"75ro'0()rob"o''o'o'
"'30,'600," ooo'oo'

30,000,000.00

180

1972 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

A r a o u n t issued 2

A m o u n t raatured
or called or
redeeraed prior
to raaturity 3

Percent

1971
Oct.

R a t e of
interest i

7
7
7

13

20

22

26

T r e a s m y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A p r . 8,1971
M a t m i n g J a n . 6,1972
M a t m i n g A p r . 8,1972
T r e a s m y n o t e s , foreign series, raaturing F e b .
2,1972
.—
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign c m r e n c y
series, m a t m ' i n g O c t . 8,1971
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, m a t u r i n g J a n . 8,1973
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
O c t . 8,1971
Oct.8,1971
J a n . 7,1972
J a n . 7,1972
O c t . 12,1971
T r e a s m y certificates. E u r o d o l l a r series G 1971
T r e a s m y certificates,
raaturing
J u n e 30,
1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A p r . 16,1971
M a t m i n g J a n . 13,1972M a t u r i n g A p r . 13,1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
M a t u r i n g Mar. 30,1972
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series
maturing:
Oct. 16,1971
J a n . 14,1972.
T r e a s u r y certificates, n i a t u r i n g :
Oct. 31,1971
J a n . 1,1972
J a n . 3,1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d A p r . 22,1971
M a t m i n g J a n . 20,1972
M a t u r i n g A p r . 20, 1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 21,1971
J a n . 21,1972
Oct. 26,1971
Oct. 27,1971.
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1975
I s s u e d for cash
T r e a s u r y certificates. E u r o d o l l a r Series H 1971
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d A p r . 29,1971
:..
M a t u r i n g J a n . 27,1972
M a t u r i n g A p r . 27,1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
Oct. 28,1971
Oct. 28,1971
J a n . 25,1973.
Certtficates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Oct. 28,1971
J a n . 28, 1972
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 Oct. 29,1971
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign currency series, m a t u r ing J a n . 2 9 , 1 9 7 3 . . - .
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1972..

F o o t n o t e s at e n d of t a b l e .




44.765
4.535
4.743

3,903,230,000.00
2,300,635,000.00
1,598,895,000.00

6.50

326, 399. 72

7.30

31,745,031.75

6.25

32,819,994.95 .

6.60
4.35
4.55
'4.56
4.35

271,017,399.32 .
44,000,000.00.

271,017,399. 32
44,000,000.00
35,000, 000.00
551,462,000.00

3.50

248.54 .

44.870-.:
4.486
2,301,860,000.00
4.594
1,601,210,000.00 .

3,902,510,000.00

4.973

6.424
•5.424

250, 000,000.00

260,000,000.00 .

5.554
4.676
4.678
4 4.946
4.493
4.634
6.56
4.50
5.55
.5.55
bYs

1, 033, 653.15
2, 242.66
773, 298.13
3,703,200,000.00
2,300,970,000.00'
1,600,575,000.00

. . '.
40, 000, 000.00

40,000,000.00 .
-

5, 000,000.00
20,000,000.00

.......

2,044,954,000.00
561,182,000.00
45.002
4.444
4.530

3, 714,390,000.00
2,301,895,000.00
1,600,935,000.00 .

7.65
7.65
4.80

-200,000,000.00 .

6.65
4.45

100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

25,000,000.00 ,

25,000, 000.00
41,514,041.51

7.23
4.85
3.50

42,617,197. 29 .
24,186,686.60 .

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Secmities

1971
Oct. 31 U.S. savings bonds: 6
Series E-1941
Series E-1942..
Series E-1943
SeriesE-1944.-..
SeriesE-1946
Series E-1948
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
Series E-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 (January to April)
Series E-1952 (May to Deceraber)
. Series E-1953
Series E-1964
Series E-1965
Series E-1966
Series E-1967 (January)
Series E-1967 (February to December)..
Series E-1968
Series E-1959 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December)
Series E-1980
Series E-1981-Sei-ies E-1962
Senes E-1963
Seiies E-1964.
Series E-1986 (January to November)...
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E-1966.
SeriesE-1967
Series E-1968 (January to May).
Series E-1968 (June to Deceraber)
Series E-1969 (January to May).-.
Series E-1960 (June to Deceraber)
Series E-1970 (January to May).
Series E-1970 (June to Deceniber)
Series E-1971
Unclassified sales and redeniptions
SeriesH-1952
SeriesH-1963
SeriesH-1964
Series H-1965
Sei-ies H-1968
Series H-1967 (January)
Series H-1967 (February to Deceraber).
Series H-1968
Series H-1959 (January to May)
Series H-1969 (June to Deceraber)
SeriesH-1960
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962
SeriesH-1963
SeriesH-1964
Series H-1966 (January to Noveraber)...
Series H-1966 (Decerabor)
SeriesH-1966--..
SeriesH-1967
Series H-1968 (January to May)
Series H-1968 (June to Deceniber)
Series H-19o9 (January to May).
Series H-1969 (June to Deceraber)
Series H-1970 (January to May)
Series H-1970 (June toDeceraber)
SeriesH-1971
Unclasstfied sales and rederaptions
.
31 Treasury notes. Series G-1971
Adjustments of redemptions 8
Treasury notes. Series A-1974
Adjustraents of issues 8
Treasury notes. Series C-1975Adjustments of issues 8

Footnotes at end of table.




Rate of Araount issued 2
interest 1

Amount matmed
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to raaturity 3

Percent
6 3.363
6 3.433
6 3.508
6 3.684
6 3.656
6 3.758
8 3.830
6 3.907
6 4.030
94. 128
6 4.191
3. 610
63. 677
6 3.762
8 3.868
6 3.978
8 4.142
4. 230
6 4,368
8 4,484
4, 570
6 4.672
6 4.644
6 4.746
84. 826
890
6 4.473
6 4.427
6 4. 600
4. 654
4. 826
4. 960
4. 091
6, 200
51.427
6,
1.460
6, 500
6.
.500
6.

.573
6 3,
63. 642
8 3. 733
6 3. 821
6 3. 953
4. 030
64. 244
8 4. 349
4. 430
6 4. 488
84. 622
6 4. 684
6 4. 137
8 4. 282
6 4. 394
6 4. 636

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
810 .
848 .

6.070 .
6.163
6.240 .
5.446 .
6.470
5.600
5.500

672,990.43
3,507,662.82
7,700,395.42
3,301,453.08
4,144, 278.04
3,052,799.82
3,361,608.36
3,588,870.68
3,981,216.86
3,997,692.23
4,033,638.19
1,716,119.48
2,034,220.02
4.893,966.08
5,231,811.00
5,392,542.37
6,379,834.36
8.04
6,240,816.43
4, 959, 767.64
2,361,786.88
2, 753,671.12
7,091,312.49
7,783,201.85
8, 791,655.35
11,931,118.62
13,171, 694.06
7, 646,792.06
110.08
8,922,860.91
8,662,910. 26
4.509.781.61
4,002,166.44
4.268.286.62
4,244,460.28
6,119,626.23
8,262,010.88
364,383,226.70
28,648,004.19

26,000.00
21,500.00
36,500.00
36,789,000.00
347,000.00

TH
hH
'IYS"

1,000.00 .

-i,"o34;"oo5"oo"!

1,071, 479.14
. 3,714, 262.17
6,198, 170.25
7,330, 009.30
6, 237, 121.90
. 3,577, 613.25
4,176, 051.86
4,446, 461.71
4,622, 629.68
4,530, 605.67
4,164, 060.89
1,607, 538.66
2, 798, 072.02
6,202, 421.03
6,236, 249.74
6,960, 773.36
6,822, 466.84
672, 984.76
6,668, 611.01
7,""^ 686.80
3,606, 788.25
4,634, 669.49
8,683, 248.72
10,386, 488.42
9,780, 070.97
14,065, 246.82
11,216, 937.25
9,686, 639.90
1,072, 066.30
11,918, 858.87
13,963, 317.36
6,868, 428.23
9,449, 986.37
7, 610, 749.35
13,279, 098.12
13,438, 727.69
32,118, 713.42
133,023, 129.45
-34,874, 136.22
162, 600.00
410, 500.00
784, 000.00
1,188, 600.00
1,132, 600.00
134, 600.00
876, 600.00
1,321, 000.00
617, 600.00
644, 600.00
1,957, 600.00
3,287, 000.00
1,486, 600.00
1,423, 000.00
1,364, 000.00
1,238, 600.00
69, 000.00
1,316, 000.00
1,069, 000.00
432, 600.00
406, 600.00
371, 000.00
386, 000.00
308, 000.00
308, 500.00
441, 000.00
4,793, 000.00

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

A r a o u n t issued 2

R a t e of
interest i

Percent
1971
Oct. 31 T r e a s u r y notes, Series A-1978
QH
Adjustnients ofissues«..
31 U . S . savings notes: ^
Series S-1967
4.74
• 4.74
Series S-1968 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . . .
Series S-1968 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r ) .
5.00
Series S-1969
5.00
Series S-1970
5.00
Unclassified
"""O9""
31 U . S . r e t i r e m e n t plan b o n d s
2.00
31 D e p o s i t a r y bonds^ F i r s t Series.
2H
31 T r e a s u r y b o n d s , i n v e s t r a e n t Series B --1975-80.
R e d e e n i e d in exchange for:
1/^% T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series E A -1976
1 H % T r e a s u r y notes. Series EO-- 1 9 7 6 . . .
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series EA-1976
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series E 0-1978
31 Miscellaneous
T o t a l October

Nov.

T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular monthly:
D a t e d Oct. 3 1 , 1 9 7 0 . .
M a t u r i n g J u l y 31, 1972
..._
M a t u r i n g Oct. 3 1 , 1 9 7 2 . . .
T r e a s m y certificate, m a t u r i n g J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 2 . . .
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , foreign series, n i a t u r i n g
N o v . 1, 1971Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
raaturing:
N o v . 3, 1971
J a n . 3 1972
T r e a s m y bills:
Regular weekly:
M a t u r i n g J a n . 13,1972.
A d j u s t r a e n t s of issues
M a t u r i n g J a n . 27, 1972.
A d j u s t r a e n t s ofissues
Regular monthly:
M a t u r i n g Oct. 31.1972.
A d j u s t r a e n t s ofissues
Treasm-y bUls:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d M a y 6, 1971
M a t u r i n g F e b . 3, 1972
M a t u r i n g M a y 4, 1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 4, 1971
F e b . 4, 1972
N o v . 5, 1971
D e c . 30, 1971
J a n . 3, 1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular
raonthly:
M a t m i n g J u l y 31, 1972.
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series, .
niatm-ing:
N o v . 10,1971..
J a n . 3, 1972
J a n . 3, 1972
F e b . 10, 1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d M a y 13, 1971
M a t u r i n g F e b . 10, 1972
M a t u r i n g M a y 11,1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, raaturing J u n e 30, 1972..
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
raaturing:
N o v . 12, 1971
N o v . 12, 1971

1 1

3

3
3
3

4
4
4
4

5
8
8
10

11
11
11
11
12

Footnotes at end of table.




1,034,000.00 .
272,788.92
303,074.34
448,398.46
1,033,797.16
270, 058.66
222.75
329,323.80
73,000.00

4.25

(10)

91 303 66
126,000.00
14,484,000.00
1,672,000.00
63,898,500.00
18,668,846, 258 83

1,701,110,000.00
500,170,000.00 .
1, 200, 285,000.00 .
69,743,492.98
23,929, 534.25

.

5. .30 .
4.15

621,020.60
584,973.04
1,216,041.43
3,300,511.33
1,914,697.88

i4,'484,"600."00'.
1, 572,000.00 .
20,026,377,718.57

4 5. 542
4.496
4.490
3.50 .

Amount matured
or caUed or
r e d e e m e d prior
t o raatm-ity 3

75,000,000.00
70,000,000.00 .

4.486 .
-20,000.00 .
4.444 .
25,000.00 .
4.490 .
-20,000.00 .
4 4. 861 .
2,301, 705,000.00 .
4. 233
4.345
1, 601, 895,000. 00 .
5.30
4.25
5.30
4.00
4.15

.

3, 700, 820,000.00

55,000,000. 00
55,000,000.00 .

.

60, 000,000.00
60,000,000. 00
5,000,000.00

4.496 .
20,000. 00 .
5.4.0
4.15
4.00
4.20

.
.

150, 000, 000. 00
5, 000,000.00
45, 000,000. 00 .
105,000, 000. 00 .

4 4. 919 .
3, 700,100, 000.00
4.174
2,300,350, 000. 00 .
4.341
1, 600, 710, 000. 00 .
3.50
23, 743. 02 .
.5.40
5.40

:
.

70,000,000.00
300,000, 000.00

183

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

1971

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest 1

Amount raatured
or called or
redeeraed prior
to maturity 3

Percent

Nov, 12 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing—Continued

15
15

15

15

15

15
15
15
15

15

15

16

17

Dec. 30, 1971
Feb. 11, 1972
Feb. 11, 1972
Nov. 15, 1971
Feb. 15, 1972
Treasury notes. Series D-1973
Issued in exchange for:
7 ^ % Treasury notes. Series G-1971
Issuedfor cash
Treasury bonds of 1971Redeeraed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes. Series B-1978
61^% Treasury bonds of 1988
Redeeraable for cash
Treasury notes. Series B-1971
Redeemed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes. Series B-1978
8H% Treasury bonds of 1986....
Redeeraable for cash
Treasury notes. Series G-1971
Redeeraed in exchange for:
8% Treasury notes. Series B-1978
6H% Treasury bonds of 1986
4J^% Treasury notes. Series D-1973
Redeeraable for cash
.;.
Treasury notes, Series B-1972
Redeeraed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes, Series B-1978. _
6H% Treasury bonds of 1986.
Treasury notes. Series D-1972
Redeeraed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes, Series B-1978
6H% Treasury bonds of 1986
Treasury bonds of 1972
Redeeraed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes, Series B-1978
63^% Treasury bonds of 1986..
Treasury notes. Series E-1972
Redeeraed in exchange for:
6% Treasury notes. Series B-1978
QYsJo Treasury bonds of 1986
Treasury notes. Series B-1978..
Issued in exchange for:
3K% Treasmy bonds of 1971.
5H% Treasury notes. Series B-1971
78^% Treasury notes. Series G-1971
M % Treasmy notes. Series B-1972
6K% Treasmy notes. Series D-1972
5% Treasmy notes. Series E-1972
4% Treasmy bonds of 1972
Treasury bonds of 1988.Issued in exchange for:
3 ^ % Treasury bonds of 1971
5H% Treasmy notes. Series B-1971
TH7o Treasury notes. Series G-1971--4 ^ % Treasury notes. Series B-1972
6K% Treasury notes. Series D-1972
5% Treasury notes. Series E-1972
4% Treasury bonds of 1972.
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Nov. 16, 1971
Nov. 16, 1971
Feb. 16, 1972
Feb. 16, 1972
Nov. 17, 1971..
Nov. 17, 1971
Nov. 17, 1971
i...
Nov. 17, 1971
Nov. 17, 1971

Footnotes at end of table.




4.00
4.20
4.20
5.40
4.20
4^

ZYs

70,000,000.00.
300,000,000.00.
100,000,000.00

100,000,000.00

1,500,000,000.00
2,767,865,000.00
-..
509,682,500.00
267,612,000.00
303,728,500.00

5H --

TH -

-.

-

632,743,000.00
97,701,000.00
236,559,000.00
-3,109,169, 000. 00
487, 258, 000. 00
1,500, 000, 000.00
739, 970,000. 00

4M
QH

10,000,000.00

.

1,446, 223, 000.00
187,331,000. 00
-602,044,000.00
57, 870,000. 00

4.00
1,065, 871,500. 00
58, 260, 000.00

5.00
-.

843,307,000. 00
35, 792,000.00

6.00
509,682,500.00
632,743,000.00
3,109,189,000.00
1,446,223,000.00
602,044,000.00
843,307,000.00
1,065,671,500.00
6H

267,612,000.00
97,701,000.00 .487,258,000.00
187,331,000.00
,57,870,000.00
35,792,000.00
58,260,000.00
24,344,000.00

5.40 5.40
4.15
4.15
4.95
4.95
5.40
4.95
4.95

60,000,000.00
20,000,000.00:

60,000,000.00
20,000,000.00
350, 000,000.00
10,000,000.00
245,000,000.00
505,000, 000. 00
100, 000,000.00

184
TABLK

19 72

REPORT

OF T H E

SECRETARY OF T H E

35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1971 - J u n e 1972—Continued

Date

Securities

1971
Nov. 17 Certificates of indebtednesss, foreign series,
maturing:—Continued
Feb. 17, 1972
Feb. 17, 1972
Feb. 17, 1972
Feb. 17, 1972
Nov. 18, 1971
18
Nov. 18, 1971

18
18
18
18
19
19
19
24

24
26
26
28
26
26

29
30
30
30
30
30
30

TREASURY

F e b . 18, 1 9 7 2 . - .
F e b . 18, 1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated May 2 0 , 1 9 7 1 . . . .
M a t u r i n g F e b . 17, 1972
M a t u r i n g May 18, 1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
N o v . 18, 1971
F e b . 22, 1 9 7 3 . . . .
F e b . 2, 1972..
T r e a s u r y certificates, n i a t u r i n g J u n e 30, 1972..
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
J a n . 3, 1972.N o v . 24, 1971
N o v . 24, 1971
F e b . 24, 1972...
F e b . 24, 1972.
T r e a s m T certificates, m a t m i n g :
J u n e 30, 1972
J u n e 3 0 , 1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d May 27, 1971
M a t u r i n g F e b . 24, 1972.
M a t u r i n g M a y 25, 1972..Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
N o v . 26, 1971
F e b . 26, 1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g F e b .
22, 1973
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
m a t u r i n g F e b . 29, 1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t m i n g J u n e 30, 1972..
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular monthly:
D a t e d N o v . 30, 1970
M a t u r i n g A u g . 31, 1972
M a t m h i g N o v . 30, 1972
U . S . savings b o n d s : 8
SeriesE-1941
SeriesE-1942
Series E-1943-.-..
SeriesE-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1948.
Series E-1947.
Series E-1948
SeriesE-1949
SeriesE-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y t o April)
Series E-1962 (May t o Deceraber)
SeriesE-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 D e c e r a b e r ) . . . .
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 December)
SeriesE-1960

Footnotes a t e n d of table.




Rate of Amount issued 2
interest i

debt

Araount raatured
or called or
redeemed prior
to matmity 3

Percent
ii

4.15
4.15
4.15
4.15
. 4.95
4.95

350,000.000. 00
10,000,000.00
750,000, 000. 00
100,000, 000.00

4.15
4.15

35,000,000.00
600,000,000.00

35,000,000.00
596, 000, 000. 00

44.774.
4.124
4.255

2,301,085,000.00
1,601,925,000.00

7.63 .
4.75
6.50 .
3. 50 .

200,000,000.00

3,703,885,000.00

200,000,000.00
589,952.05
6,412,917.49

'
...

4.15 .
4.76 .
4.75 .
4.25
4.25

35,000,000.00
141,000,000.00

3.50 .
3.50

206.18

-44.683.
4.235
. 4.412

5,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
141,000,000.00

2,300,535,000.00
1,600,140,000.00

4.75 .
4.25
4.95
4.35
3.50
44.621.
4.580
4.563
63.363
83.433
63.506
63.584
• 83.668
63.753
63.83O
63.907
64.030
64.128
64.191
3.810
, 6 3.677
63.762
63.368
63.978
64.142
4.230
6 4. 368
6 4.434
4.570
6 4. 572
64.644

2,524.51

3,701,110,000.00

30,000,000.00
30,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
10,587,017.22
....
500,275,000.00
1,200,655,000.00
982,380. 96
3,712,120.64
4,140,271. 84
5,412,640.12
9,749,472.26
3,056,678.54
3,103,312.64
3,595,010. 94
3,906,679.47
3,878,333.61
3,799,230. 73
-22,669.34
2,035,409.89
4,859,995.88
5,050,907.78
5,319,717.47
4,990,733.47
-37,857. 82
6,032,785.20
6,834,430.96 .
-28,855.33
2,214,904.42
5,693,651.64

' 1,701,835,000.00

1,138, 175. 79
4,523, 169. 59
7,220, 519. 61
8,192, 474. 09
7,406, 041. 30
4,047, 748. 84
4,585, 572.49
6,089, 346.12
5,067, 851. 66
6,188, 213.04
4,980, 611. 39
1,382, 503. 61
3,210, 307. 80
5,473, 089.29
5,973, 513.32
6,578, 708.07
6,729, 512.43
509, 568.23
6,898, 173.65
6,865, 503.32
2,813, 058.70
4,097, 191.60
7,614, 096.8^

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STATISTTCAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—^Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
Interest i

Amomit matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to matmity 3

Percent

1971

Nov. 30 U.S. savings bondss—Continued
6 4.746
Series E-1981
6 4.825
Series E-1962
6 4.890
SeriesE-1963
6 4.473
Series E-1964
6 4.427
Series E-1965 (January to Noveniber)
Series E-1965 (Deceraber)
4.600
Series E-1968
• 4. 654
SeriesE-1967
4.826
Serifis E-1968 (Januarv to Mav^
.. .
4.960
Series E-1968 (June to Deceraber)
6. 091
Series E-1969 (January to May) .
5.200
Series E-1969.(June to December)
5.427
Series E-1970 (January to May) . . .
5.460
Series E-1970 (June to Deceraber)
. 5. 500
6.500
Series E-i971
. .
Unclassified sales and rederaptions
Series H-1952
6 3. 573 .
6 3.642 .
Series H-1953
6 3.733 .
Series H-1954
6 3.821 .
SeriesH-1955
6 3.953 .
Series H-1956
Series H-1967 (January)
4.030 .
Series H-1957 (February to Deceraber)
6 4.244 .
8 4.349 .
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 (January to May)
4.430 .
6 4.486 .
Series H-1959 (June to Deceniber)
6 4. 522 .
Series H-1960
6 4. 584 .
SeriesH-1961
6 4.137 .
SeriesH-1962
6 4.262 .
SeriesH-1963
6 4.394 .
SeriesH-1964
6 4.536 .
Series H-1965 (January to Noveraber)
4.810 .
Series H-1965 (Deceraber)
Series H-1966
4.848 .
SeriesH-1967
4.982 .
Series H-1968 (January to May)
5.070 .
6.153 .
Series H-1988 (June to Deceraber)
Series H-1969 (January to May)
6.240 .
Series H-1989 (June to December)
5.44.5 .
Series H-1970 (Januai-y to May)
5.470
Series H-1960 (June to Deceraber)
5.500
SeriesH-1971
.
.
5.500
Unclassified salfts and rftdp,mDtions___
30 Treasm-v notes. Sftrias E-1975
Adjustraents of issues 8...
30 Treasmy notes. Series A-1978
" " Q H " .
. .
Adjustraents ofissues s
30 U.S. savings notes:«
4.74
Series S-1967....
Series S-1968 (January to May)
4.74
5.00
Series S-1968 (June to December)
6.00
SeriesS-1969.5.00
SeriesS-1970
Unclassified
30 U.S. retirement plan bonds
. . -.•""T23""
30 Depositary bonds. First Series
2.00
.-.
30 Treasury bonds, REA Series
2.00
30 Treasury bonds, Investraent Serias B-1976-80..
2H
Redeeraed in exchange for lj^% Treasury
notes. Series EO-1976
30 Treasury notes. Series E0-1976. - Wi
30 Miscellaneous.
.
. .
Total Noveniber
Dec.

1 Treasmy certificates, maturing June 30,1972..
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
Dec. 1,1971
Mar. 1, 1972
Footnoites at end of table.




6,072,068.82
6,632,337.02
8,697,280.50
.11,040,089.20
6,919,959.83
46.93
7,860,333.00
8,140,741. 22
4.280.098.62
3,973,407.27
3,972,482.84
3,923,339.15
4.927.736.63
5,562,457.65
428,174,994. 59
13,741,085.51

5,000.00
34,000.00
32,622,500.00
6,917,500.00

9,368,458.67
8,745,977.87
12,268,875.18
10,702,542.41
• 8,411,473.96
834,740.01
10,042,181.18
11,963,976.16
5,472,184 16
8,013 447 97
6,520,386 58
11,243,570.19
11,449,587 10
26,951,220.64
126,972,230 55
6,932,342 49
133,600 00
494,500 00
1,063,000.00
1,'558,000 00
1,291,500.00
122,500 00
1,024,000.00
1,662,500.00
569,000 00
731,500.00
2,186,500.00
3,772,500.00
1,794,500. 00
1,771,600 00
1,753,500.00
1,444,000 00
67,000.00
1,677,000.00
1,228,000.00
561,000 00
643,000.00
454,000 00
428,500.00
380,000.00
383,000.00
806,000.00
947,000.00

2io,"o6o.'oo"'
-1,000.00 .
313,286.47
330,211.46
491,900.89
1,069,337.02
217,278.61
222. 76
2,307,808.49
19,000.00
129,000.00

547,312.68
492,506.64
1,016,361.66
2,784,899.97
1,444,026.69
(16)

52,986.41
88,000.00
150,000.00
668,000.00

668,000.00 .
97,845,600.00
36,704,730,652.72

3.50
4.66
4.36

300,000,000.00 .

34,176,921,559.09

12,652,778.16 .
285,000,000.00

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maticrities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest 1

Amount raatm-ed
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
Treasury bills:
Tax anticipation:
Maturing Apr. 21, 1972
4.658
2,506,090,000.00 .
Dec. 1
Regular weekly:
2
4 4.534 .
Dated June 3,1971
3, 696,276, 000.00
2
2,301,680,000.00 .
Matm-ing Mar. 2, 1972.
4.324
2
Maturing June 1,1972
1,600,870,000.00 .
4.431
2 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing Jan. 3 1972
4.16 .
10,000,000.00
Treasury notes, foreign series, raaturing:
Mar. 22,1973
4.80
100,000, 000.00 .
4.66
175,000,000. 00 .
Apr. 26,1973
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
4.10
100,000,000.00 .
Mar. 7,1972...
4.10
153,000,000.00 .
Mar. 7,1972
4.15
Jan. 3, 1972
5, 000,000.00
4.15
Jan. 3,1972.
6, 000,000.00
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign cmrency
108,227,108. 23
6.90
series, maturing Dec. 9,1971......
Treasury notes, foreign cmrency series, maturing Mar. 9,1973..
111,281,657.71
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4. 605 .
Dated June 10,1971
3,703,895,000.00
, 4.090
2,301,255,000.00 .
Matming Mar. 9,1972
4.207
Maturing June 8,1972
1,601,085,000.00 .
4.412 .
Maturing May 26,1972
Adj ustraents of issuas.
200, 000.00 .
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
raaturing Jan. 3, 1972
5,000,000. 00
4.15
Treasury bills:
Tax anticipation:
Maturing June 21, 1972
4. 273
2,010,325,000. 00 .
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturmg:
5,000,000. 00
Jan. 3, 1972
10,000, 000.00
Jan. 3, 1972....
4.15
Mar. 14, 1972
3.95
60,000,000. 00 .
Jan. 3, 1972....
4.15 .
10, 000,000.00
Mar. 15, 1972
3.95
48, 000,000. 00 .
Treasury certtficates, maturing:
Dec. 15, 1971
1.00 271,031.83
June 15, 1972
1.00
272,386.99
June 30, 1972
18, 711,310.19
3.50
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
3, 700,460, 000.00
Dated June 17, 1971
4.974
MaturingMar. 16, 1972
3.944
2,300,520, 000.00
Maturing June 15, 1972
4.144
1,600,400,000.00
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Jan. 3, 1972
4.15
5,000,000.00
Mar. 17, 1971
3.95
200, 000,000.00
Treasury certificates, raaturing June 30,1972...
3.50
749.96
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Dec. 20,1971
237,000,000.00
4.85
Dec. 20, 1971
552,000,000. 00
4.85
Jan. 3, 1972
5,000,000.00
4.00
Mar. 20, 1972
362,000,000. 00
4.05
Mar. 20, 1972..
558,000, 000. 00 .
4.05
Mar. 20, 1972
163,000, 000.00
4.05
Jan. 3, 1972
4.00
5,000,000.00
Treasury certtficates, raaturing June 30,1972...
1, 754, 794.52
3.50
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
. Dated June 24, 1971
4.903 .
3,903, 835,000. 00
4.022
Maturing Mar. 23, 1972
2,309,260,000.00 .
4.262
Maturing June 22, 1972..
1,601,555,000.00 .
Treasury notes, foreign series, raaturing:
200,000,000. 00
Dec. 23, 1971
7. 25
4.70
Mar. 29, 1973
200,000,000.00 .
Footnotes at end of table.
1971




187

STATaSTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 197,2—Continueci
Securities

Date

1971
D e c . 23 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
.
D e c . 23,1971
Mar. 23,1972
D e c . 24,1971
24
Mar. 24,1972
Mar. 24,1972
Mar. 20, 1972
29
T r e a s u r y bills:
Tax anticipation:
M a t m i n g A p r . 21,1972.
29
M a t m i n g J u n e 21,1972
29
Regular weekly:
.
D a t e d J u l y 1,1971
30
M a t m i n g Mar. 30,1972
30
M a t m i n g J u n e 29,1972
30
30 Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series
matming:
D e c . 30,1971
D e c . 30, 1971
F e b . 17,1972
.
Mar. 30,1972.
F e b . 29, 1972.
Feb. 17,1972...
31
Mar. 7, 1972..
Mar. 14,1972
Mar. 15,1972
Mar. 17,1972
T r e a s m y bills:
Regular monthly:
.
D a t e d D e c . 31,1970
31
M a t m i n g Sept. 30, 1972
31
M a t m i n g D e c . 31, 1972
31
31 U . S . savings b o n d s : «
.
Series E - 1 9 4 1 .
.
Series E-1942
.
Series E-1943.
SeriesE-1944..
.
Series E-1945.
.
SeriesE-1946
.
Series E-1947
.
Series E-1948
.
Series E - 1 9 4 9 . .
.
SeriesE-1950
.
Series E-1951--_
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1962 (May to D eceraber)
.
SeriesE-1953-..
Series E-1954
Series E-1955
.
.
Series E-1956-Series E-1957 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1967 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e r a b e r ) . . . .
Series E-1958
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 n i b e r ) .
Series E-1960 - SeriesE-1961
Series E-1962
SeriesE-1963.
Series E-1964
.
Series E-1966 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e r a b e r )
Series E-1965 (December)
Series E - 1 9 8 6 . - - Series E - 1 9 8 7 - . . .
Series E-1988 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1968 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1989 ( J u n e t o D e c e r a b e r ) . .
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series E-1970 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
Series E-1971
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s

Footnotes at end of table;

48'8-983—73-

-13




R a t e 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 m a t u r i t y 3

Percent
4.75
4.05
4.75
4.05
4.05
4.05

.

712,000,000.00
721,000,000.00 .

.

155,000,000.00
60,000,000.00 .
158,000,000.00 .

-

75, 000,000.00
1,627,460,000.00 .
1,016,930,000.00 .

3. 846
4.056

4 4. 922 .
3.732 . 2,302,860,000.00 .
1,601,360,000.00 .
3. 952
4.70
4.00
4.15
4.05
3.35
4.15
4.10
.3.95
3.95
3.95

.
.
.
.

167,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
25,000,000.00
88,000,000.00
50,000,000. 00 .

.
.
.
.
.

10,000,000.00
42,000,000.00
60,000,000.00
48,000,000.00
192,000,000.00

4 4.481 .
501,300,000.00 .
3. 930
3. 927
1,200,675,000.00 .
8 3.363
fl 3.433
6 3.606
fl 3.684
fl 3.666
fl 3. 758
fl 3.830
fl 3.907
6 4.030
fl 4.128
6 4.191
3.610
fl 3.677
6 3.762
fl 3.888
6 3. 978
6 4.142
4, 230
6 4.368
8 4. 484
4.570
6 4. 572
6 4. 644
6 4.746
6 4. 825
6 4. 890
6 4. 473
6 4. 427
4.600
4. 854
4.826
4.980
5.091
5. 200
6.427
5. 480
5. 500
5.600

3,901,690,000.00

2,812, 264. 62
4,801,862. 97
4,672,369.63
12,727,139.89
10,278,890.28
4,087,767.73
4,064,725.47
4,903,226.73
6,628,613.96
4,674,597.87
4,672,573. 64
- 1 8 , 6 0 2 . 20
2, 200,918.09 .
5,000,599.71
4,920,445.71
5,200,304.99
5,194,863.03
40.76
3,061,836.67
7,004, OOL 97
3,718,007.84 "
2,384,334.67
6,844,776.44
6,410,094.14
8,776,616. 26
8,318,801.61
11,848,329.91
3,677,872.00
4,652,104.64
9,465,020.96
9,127,600.02
-74,786.09
8,971,20L64
-68,183.71
9,083,976.84
-145,838.09
11,769,568.01
439,876,829.10
7-16,373,126.17

1,701,660,000.00

1,197,380.51
4,806,810. 45
7,361,433.79
8,819, 989.47
7,777,108.08
3,996,732. 42
4,879,403.73
6,334,900.44
6,423,236.71
6,073,929.89
4, 973,472.88
1,446,189.16
3,478,258.07
5,795,742.53
6,168, 217.74
6, 269, 296.60
6,747, 258. 61
671,143.48
6,036,226.39
6,934,83L72
2,770,76i:iO
4,011,309.93
7,391,394.13
9,259,985.86
8,631,172.63
11,996,682.06
10,776,393.80
8,108,003.38
815,224. 29
9,934,319.90
11,892,278.19
6,377,258.04
7,831, 254.96
6,363,381.84
11,083,168.54
10,847,313. 42
25,130,750. 43
143, 262, 282.30
21,826,989.69

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, arid redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Secmities

Date

R a t e of
interest ^

A m o m i t issued 2

Percent
1971
D e c . 31 U . S . savings b o n d s ^ — C o n t i n u e d
Series H-1962 - .
fl 3.573 Series H-1963- . . . 6 3. 642 SeriesH-1954
fl 3.733 Series H-1956
.
6 3.978 .
Series H - 1 9 5 6 .
6 4.142 .
Series H-1967 ( J a n u a r y )
4. 230 .
Series H-1967 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ) . . . . 6 4.368 Series H-1968
6 4.484 .
Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
4. 570 Series H-1969 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
6 4. 572 .
SeriesH-1960
6 4. 844 .
SeriesH-1961
6 4. 746 SeriesH-1962
6 4. 825 6 4. 890 .
Series H-1983
Series H-1984
6 4.473 .
Series H-1966 ( J a n u a r y t o N o v e n i b e r )
6 4.427 .
Series H-1965 (Deceraber)
4.600 .
Series H-19864. 654 .
SeriesH-1967-^
4.826 .
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
4. 960 .
Series H-1988 ( J u n e t o Deceniber)
5.091 .
6. 200 .
Series H-1989 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
Series .H-1969 ( J u n e t o D e c e r a b e r ) . - 5. 427 .
5.460
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y t o May)
5.500
Series H-1970 ( J u n e t o Deceraber)
6.600
SeriesH-1971
-Unclasstfied sales a n d r e d e r a p t i o n s
31 T r e a s u r y notes, Series D-1973
'.^"Ws".
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues «...
31 T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series D-1975
""""7."00"".
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues s
_
"'"7."00""
31 Treasm-y b o n d s of 1981.
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues s
_.
31 U . S . savings notes:«
4.74
SeriesS-1967
', 4.74
Series S-1988 (Jariuary t o May)
5.00
Series S-1968 ( J u n e t o D e c e m b e r )
.5.00
Series S-1969 _
6.00
Series S-1970
Unclassified
31 U . S . r e t i r e m e n t p l a n b o n d s
-. " " T 2 3 "
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 Treasm-y boiids, R E A Series
2.00
31 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 W % T r e a s u r y
notes, Series EO-1978
31 T r e a s u r y notes, Series EO-1978
31 Miscellaneous

-... — . -

T o t a l Deceraber
1972
Jan.
3

3
3
3

4

T r e a s m y certificates, m a t m i n g :
J a n . 3,1972
J u n e 30,1972
A p r . 3, 1 9 7 2 . —
-.
J u n e 30,1972
J a n . 2, 1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regulai- weekly: •
M a t m i n g M a r . 16,1972...
A d j u s t n i e n t s of issues
Tax anticipation:
M a t u r i n g A p r . 21,1972
A d j u s t r a e n t s of issues
Certificates .of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign
raaturing:
J a n . 3, 1972
J a n . 3, 1972
A p r . 3, 1972
A p r . 4, 1972
J a n . 4, 1972
A p r . 4, 1972

Footnotes at end of table.




10,000.00
42,000.00
45,838,000.00
7 -7,076,000.00

4.876 .
3.60
3.731
3.50
4.36

307,600 00
700,500.00
1,164,600.00
2,026,600.00
1,789,500.00
116,600.00
1,521,600. 00
1,881,000. 00
911,000.00
934,600.00
2,774,600.00
6,471,600.00
2,419,000.00
2,163,600.00
1,999,500.00
1,693,000.00
114,000.00
1,874,600.00
1,721,600. 00
727,000.00
773,000.00
531,000. 00
448,000.00
499, 500.00
622,600.00
1,043,600.00
7 -9,131,000.00

-11,000.00 .
830,000. 00 •515,000.00
433,292.48
- 6 , 4 0 4 . 62
837,669.74
1,002,884.13
118,741.92
- 4 2 6 . 26
616,549. 99
204,000.00

681,619.41
500,913 91
1,018,394.36
2,736, 264 90
1,377,548.11
(10)

99,880.47
30,000.00
250,000.00
476,000.00

476,"000r00r
95,901,700.00
32,499,934,917.03

:

Amount matmed
or caUed or
redeeraed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

24,226,838,260.27

979,470.62
20,831,492.85
990,920.53 .
76,344,863.01 .
66,993,351.36 .

3.944 .
-20,000.00 .
...

4.568
400,000.00

series,
4.70
4.00
3.76
3.75
4.70
3.76

.

685,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
550,000,000.00
36,000,000.00
75,000,000 00
76,000,000.00

STATIiSTICAL APPENDIX

189

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continueci
Date

Securities

Rate of Amount issued 2
Interest ^

Amount matured
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

1972
Percent
Jan. 5 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
23,687,423. (
series, maturing June 5,1972
6.70
Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
24,738,687.10
4.60
maturing Apr. 5,1973.
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4.976 Dated July 8,1971
3,892,460,000.00
2,302,270,000.00
Maturing Apr. 6,1972
3.733
1,601,396,000.00
Maturing July 6,1972
4.042
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
30,000,000.00
Jan. 7, 1972..
4.55 .
271,017,399.32
4.55
Jan. 7, 1972-.
44,000,000.00
4.55 _.
Jan. 7, 1972.
30,000,000.00 .
Apr. 7, 1972
-—3.76
271,017,399.32 .
Apr. 7, 1972
3.75
44,000,000.00 .
Apr. 7, 1972
3.75
100,000,000.00 .
3.76
Apr. 10, 1972
Treasury bills:
Tax anticipation:
Maturing June 21,1972
4.056 .
Adjustraents ofissues
5,000.00 .
Regular weekly:
Maturing June 22, 1972
--.
4.262 .
200,000.00 .
Adjustraents ofissues
Regular raonthly:
Maturing Dec.31, 1972
3.927 .
-200,"000'00":
Adjustraents ofissues
Regular weekly:
3,902,406,000.00
* 4.895 .
Dated July 15,1971..2,301,380,000.00 .
3.109
Matm-ing Apr. 13,1972.-1,600,200,000.00 .
3.375
Matming July 13,1972
4.022 .
Maturing Mar. 23,1972
-.
200,000.00 .
Adjustraents of issues
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
raaturing:
Jan. 14, 1972
250,000,000.00
260,000,000.00 .
6.424
Apr. 14, 1972...
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
6.66 .
series, maturing Jan. 17,1972
140,416,140.42
Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
147,890,946.50 .
4 16
matming Apr. 17,1973
.-Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
100,000,000.00
7.25 Jan. 20, 1972
90,000,000.00
6.80
Jan. 20, 1972100,000,000.00 .
4.30
Apr. 26, 1973.
90,000,000.00 .
4.30
May 24, 1973
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4.998
3,901,686,000.00
Dated July 22, 1971
2,300,856,000.00 .
3.278
Matming Apr. 20,1972
1,600,795,000.00 .
3.462
Matming July 20,1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
raaturing:
40,000,000.00
4.60 Jan. 21, 1972..
„
40,000,000.00 .
3.30
Apr. 21, 1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
105,191,056.31
6.75
Jan. 21, 1972
..—.
110,982,062.20 .
3.60
July 21, 1972-—
10,290,399.25 .
3.60
Treasury certificates, raaturing June 30,1972- -.
Treasnry bills:
Regular weekly:
3,902,625,000.00
4 6.014 .
Dated July 29,1971
2,300,590,000.00 .
3.492
Matming Apr. 27,1972....
1,603,210,000.00 .
3.754
Matming July 27,1972
._
--.
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
26,000,000.00
4.45 - _i
Jan. 28, 197226,000,000.00
3.50
Apr. 28, 1972
Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
1,699,706,000.00
4 4.294 .
Dated Jan. 31,1971
499,905,000.00 .
3.891
Matming Oct. 31,19721,200,370,000.00
Maturing Jan. 31,1973
3.936
Footnotes at end of table.




190

1972 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-Jimc 197'^—Continued
Date

1972
J a n . 31

Securities

Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign currency
series, matm-ing F e b . 4,1972
_....
31 T r e a s u r y notes, foreign cmTency series,
maturing:
Mar. 3, 1972
M a y 18, 1972
M a y 30,1972
Sept. 1,1972
Oct. 2, 1 9 7 2 . . . .
Oct. 6, 1 9 7 2 . .
N o v . 6, 1972
N o v . 20,1972
Dec. 11, 1972.
Dec. 1 3 , 1 9 7 2 . . . .
Dec. 22,1972
.Tan. 8, 1973
J a n . 29,1973
F e b . 19,1973
Mar. 9, 1973
A u g . 27, 1973
Oct. 2,1973
.
31 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1972..
31 U . S . savings b o n d s : ^
SeriesE-1941
SeriesE-1942...
Series E-1943_
SeriesE-1944
Series E-1945
SeriesE-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
SeriesE-1949
SeriesE-1950
SeriesE-1961
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1962 (May to December)
Series E-1953-_-•
Series E-1954
Series E-1965
Series E-1958
Series E-1957 (Januai-y)
Series E-1967 ( F e b r u a r y to December)
Series E-1958
Series E-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1959 (June to December)
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
SeriesE-1963
Series E - 1 9 6 4 . - .
Series E-1985 ( J a n u a r y to N o v e m b e r )
Series E-1965 (Deceniber)
Series E-1968
Series E-1987
Series E-1988 ( J a n u a r y to Mav)
Series E-1968 ( J u n e t o Deceraber)
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1969 (June to Deceniber)
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May) Series E-1970 (June to Deceniber)
Series E-1971
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesH-1962..
SeriesH-1963
SeriesH-1964Series H-1965
Series H-1958.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 6 8 . .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to December)
Series H-1980
SeriesH-1981

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




R a t e of
interest ^

A m o u n t issued 2

Amount matmed
or called or
r e d e e m e d prior
to maturity 3

Percent
6.75

1,972,605.81

6.28
3.90
4.40
6.15
5.73
6.15
6.36
5.65
5.45
5.55
6.25
6.25
4.85
3.05
4.80
6.67
4.43
3.60

17,498,645.00
1,451,218.50
1,482,468.25
1,319,220.02
17,498,645.00
2,691,507.96
1,022,676.92
1,169,970.52
6,689,730.98
619,974.97
17,498,645.00
388,505.05
809,302.71
18,409,941.75
-160,907.71
12,363,291.00
18,980,165.08

63.397
63.593
63.506
63.534
63.666
63.753
63.830
63.907
64.030
64.128
64.191
3.610
6 3.677
63.762
63.868
63.973
64.142
4.230
6 4.368
84.434
4.570
6 4.572
6 4.644
64.746
64.325
64.390
64.473
6 4.427
4.600
4.654
4.826
4.960
6.091
5.200
6.427
5.460
5.600
6.500

629,877.87
5,676,948.28
5,495,119.06
10,220,023.81
6,291,303.62
4,219,504.80
5,203,129.17
6.643.790.27
6,102,712.13
6,144,252.60
4,818,188.97
3,184,22L30
4.311.106.17
4,660,408.71
4.790.458.28
4,990,038.68
6.019.488.18
98.56
6,199,591.41
6,602,889.55
2,861,598.68
2,872,333.67
6,807,077.04
6,710,884.60
7.282.121.92
9,606,648.91
8,420,054.31
9,409,496.60
116.59
9,913,206.62
10,207,673.60
5,004,075.23
4.765.377.93
4,921,026.26
4,486,237.70
5,191,435.99
6,213,913.85
447,607,364.72
61,817,270.12
--

63.573
63.643
6 3.733
63.321
63.953
4.030
6 4.244
64.349
4i 430
6 4.436
64.522
64,535

37,642,694.03

-_
_
._
-

---

1,839,008.64
6,528,216.22
8,316,125.82
10,776,950.68
9,488,657.23
5,341,408.09
6,322,089.78
6,850,080.43
8,949,515.43
6,871,650.06
6,624,574.19
1,645,860.30
3,623,702.10
6,701,799.72
7,380,417.49
7,490,494.20
7,423,834.62
674,995.24
6,549,369.90
7,846,877.62
3,303,514.14
4,497,622.10
8,497,627.37
10,198,364.66
9,340,482.26
12,677,619.80
11,802,517.82
8,357,206.95
1,063,874.14
10,234,242.26
11,769,411.86
5,070,975.99
8,132,838.61
8,278,373.78
11,233,294.80
10,795,830.43
25,764,867.74
180,682,898. 76
69,138,327.00
160,500.00
376,500.00
710,000.00
977,000.00
918,000.00
48,500.00
764,600.00
1,074,000.00
324,600.00
713,000.00
1,647,500.00
3,134,500.00

191

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Araount issued 2
interest ^

1972
Percent
Jan. 31 U.S. savings bondss—Continued
Series H-1962_
6 4.137 .
6 4.282 .
SeriesH-1963-.84.394 .
Series H-1964
Series H-1965 (January to Noveraber)
6 4.636 .
Series H-1965 (December)
4.810 .
Series H-1986.
4.848 .
Series H-1987
4.982 .
5.070 .
Series H-1988 (January to May)
Series H-1968 (June to Deceraber)
6.163 .
5.240 .
Series H-1969 (January to May)
5.445 .
Series H-1969 (June to Deceraber)
6.470
Series H-1970 (January to May)
5.600
Series H-1970 (June to December)
6.600
Series H-1971-Unclassified sales and redemptions.
31 Treasury notes, Series B-1972.
4M
Adjustments of redemptions «
"QH"
Treasury notes. Series D-1972
Adjustments ofredemptions «
'Y.oo"
Treasury notes. Series D-1975
Adjustments of issues 8
Treasmy notes, Series E-1976
Adjustments of issues 8
6.00
Treasury notes. Series B-1978
Adjustments of issues 8
"7.'66"
Treasury bonds of 1981
Adjustments of issues 8
Treasury bonds of 1986
Adjustments ofissues s
U.S. savings notes:»
4.74
Series S-1987
4.74
Series S-1988 (January to May). - 6.00
Series S-1968 (June to December)6.00
SeriesS-1969
5.00
Series S-1970
Unclassified
4.28
U.S. retirement plan bonds
2.00
Depositary bonds, First Series
2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series
Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80..
2H
Redeemed in exchange for 13^% Treasury
notes, Series EO-1978
Treasury notes. Series EO-1978
Miscellaneous

12,000. 00
10,500.00
34,564,600. 00
18,681,000. 00

Total January
Treasury certtficates, maturing June 30,1972.Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Feb. 20, 1972
Dec. 3, 1973
Treasm-y biUs:
Regular weekly:
Matming June 29,1972
Adjustments of issues
Tax anticipation:
Maturing June 21,1972
Adjustments of issues
Matmhig Apr. 21, 1972
Adjustnients of issues
Regular weekly:
Dated Aug. 6,1971
Maturing May 4,1972
Matming Aug. 3,1972
Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Feb. 4,1972
May 4, 1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign currency
series, maturing:
Feb. 4,1972
Aug. 4,1972

Footnotes at end of table.




1,375, 000.00
1,352, 000.00
1,234, 000.00
877, 600.00
130, 500.00
1,346, 500.00
1,016, 000.00
270, 000.00
476, 500. 00
311, 000. 00
484, 600.00
346, 500.00
443, 000.00
627, 600.00
11,497, 000.00
108,000.00
-i93,'ooo.'oo

-129,000.00 .
6,000.00

-i,'294,"6o6."6o"^

98,000.00
184, 534.16
292, 331.64
393, 134.25
1,020, 351.10
460, 907.26
40.60
3,616, 486. 73
2,081, 000.00
2,264, 000.00

688,068.86
490,010.12
1,041,887.13
2,707,43L70
1,377,896.79
(10)

290,87L55
44,000.00
70,000.00
223,000.00

m

Feb.

Amount matured
or called or
redeeraed prior
to matm-ity 3

'"132", bos', bbabb
20,251,845,682.16

19,964,698,129.60

3.50

60.00

6.50
4.80

22,353,752. 68

3.952
4. 066 .
'3.'846".
4 4.801
3.367
3.733

22,363,752.68 .

10,000.00 ,
200,000.00

'-i,'250,'oob.'bo"
.
2,300,550,000.00
1,600,025,000.00

4.26
3.40

55,000,000.00

6.75
3.625

56,699,48L87

3,902,575,000.00

55,000,000.00

54,921,750.00

192

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and 7'edemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 197\2—Continued
Date

Securities

1972

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest ^

Amount raatmed
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
Treasury blUs:
Regular weekly:
3,900,325,000. 00
Feb. 10
Dated Aug. 12, 1971
44.8
Matming May 11, 1972.
3.141
2,300,676,000.00 .
Matming Aug. 10, 1972
1,600,175,000.00 .
3.694
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
4.20
105,000,000.00
Feb. 10,1972
1
3.15
May 10, 1972
106,000,000.00 .
4.20
"76,"6oo,'boo.'b6
Feb. 11,1972
4.20
Feb. 11,1972
300,000,000.00
3.15
May 12,1972
70,000,000.00 .
3.16
May 12, 1972
300,000,000.00 .
,4.20
Feb. 15,1972
-100,000,000.00
May 16,1972-...
'3.10
"ioo,'6oo,'ooo.'6o'.
Treasm-y notes, Series A-1972
4^
Redeemed In exchange for:
506,236,000. 00
6H% Treasury notes, Series E-1967
55,686,000.00
6^% Treasmy bonds of 1982.
237,928,000.00
Redeemable for cash
.'
Treasmynotes, Series C-1972
7^
--Redeeraed in exchange for:
1,810,617,000.00
5H% Treasmynotes, Series E-1976
143,642,000.00
8K% Treasmy bonds of 1982736,281,000.00
Redeemable for cash
---—
Treasury bonds of 1972
4.00 - - - J . .
Redeemed in exchange for:
487,060,000.00
5H% Treasury notes, Series E-1978
202,929,600.00
6K% Treasury bonds of 1982
310,146,600.00
Redeemable for cash
-TH
---.16 Treasury notes. Series C-1974
Redeemed in exchange for 8K% Treasmy
179,296,000.00
bonds of 1982
...Treasury notes. Series D-1974
TH
Redeemed in exchange for 6K% Treasm'y
171,772,000.00
bondsof 1982
-—-.
Treasury bonds of 1974-.4H
--Redeeraed in exchange for QH% Treasury
652,706,600.00
bondsof 1982-----..--..
Treasury bonds of 1974
.—
4K
Redeemed in exchange for QH% Treasm-y
720,462,500.00
bonds of 1982
Treasury notes. Series E-19765%
Issued in exchange for:
4M% Treasmynotes, Series A-1972
606,236,000.00 .
73^% Treasmynotes, Sei-ies C-1972
1,810,617,000.00 .
487,060,000; 00 .
4% Treasury bonds of 1972-.
Treasmy bonds of 1982
6^
Issued in exchange for: .
56,665,000.00 .
4M% Treasury notes. Series A-1972
143,842,000.00 .
73-^% Treasmynotes, Series C-1972.-202,929,500.00 .
4% Treasury bonds of 1972
179,295, COO. CO .
TH7o Treasmynotes, Series C-1974
652,706,500.00 .
TH% Treasury notes. Series D-1974171, 772,000.00 .
4M% Treasmy bonds of 1974
720,482,600.00 .
4M% Treasury bonds of 1974
66,240,600.00 .
Issued for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
60,000,000.00
Feb. 18,1972
—-..
4.15
20,000,000.00
4.15
Feb. 16,1972..
3.10
60,000,000.00 .
May 16,19723.10
20,000,000.00 .
Mayl6, 1972-.
4.15
10,000,000.00
Feb. 17,197217
4.16
360,000,000.00
Feb. 17,1972..
4.16
100,000,000.00
Feb. 17,19724.16
715, OOC, 000.00
Feb. 17,1972-.
3.10
May 17,1972-.
10,000,000.00 .
3.10
May 17,1972-.
360,000,000.00 .
3.10
May 17,1972,.
100,000,000.00 .
3.10
May 17,1972..
716,000,000.00 .
Footnotes at end of table.




193

STATIiSTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing puhlic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

R a t e of
interest *

1972
Feb.

17
17
18

24

24

24

;•

2424
24
26

i

25

•

f 28
29
29

• '

•

•

Amount matmed
or called or
redeeraed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

Percent

17
17
17
17

.

A m o u n t issued 2

29
29
29
29

'

T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r we3kl3^•
D a t e d A u g . 19,1971..
M a t m i n g M a y 18, 1972
M a t m i n g A u g . 1972
M a t m i n g Mar. 23,1972
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues
..'.
M a t u r i n g J u l y 6, 1972
Adjustments ofissues..
Maturing July 2 0 , 1 9 7 2 . - . . . . A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues
Certiflcates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
raaturing:
F e b . 18,1972
F e b . 18, 1972
M a y 18,1972
M a y 18,1972
F e b . 24, 1972
F e b . 24, 1972
M a y 24,1972
...-—..
M a y 24,1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series, m a t u r i n g :
Feb.24,1972
:
F e b . 24,1972
1
F e b . 24, 1972
T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 30,1972..
Treas'ury bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d A u g . 26,1971
M a t m i n g M a y 25, 1972
M a t m i n g A u g . 24, 1972.:
_
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
Feb.25,1972
—
M a y 25, 1972
T r . i a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 3 0 , 1972
June 30,1972...
J u n e 30, 1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
F e b . 29, 1972
F e b . 29, 1972
M a y 30,1972
M a y 30,1972
T r e a s m y bills:
Regular
raonthly:
D a t e d F e b . 28,1971
Matming Nov. 30,1972...
M a t m i n g F e b . 28,1973
.. —
U . S . savings bonds:«
SeriesE-1941
—
SeriesE-1942
Series E-1943
SeriesE-1944
Series E-1945
SeriesE-1946
Series E-1947-.J
Series E-1948
•--.
SeriesE-1949
SeriesE-1950
J
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April) - - Series E-1962 (May to D e c e m b e r )
SeriesE-1963
—
Series E-1954
- —
Series E-1966
.'.
Series E-1966
Series E-1967 ( J a n u a r y )
Series E-1967 ( F e b r u a r y t o D e c e r a b e r ) — Series E-1958

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




44.566.
3.066
3.637
4.022.
4.042.

:...
2,406,320,000.00
1,800,640,000.00

3,900,865,000.00

-2abbb'bb'-r.--------9b,'bbbJbb'----------

3.452.
2abbo"oo----------4.16
4.16
3.10
3.10
4.26
4.26
3.16
3.16

.
.
.
.

.—-

36,000,000.00
600,000,000.00

35,000,000.00
600,000,000.00 --.
....—.-

141,000,000.00
35,000,000.00

36,000,000.00
141,000,000.00

6.16 .
4.75 .
4.25
3.60

..160,000,000.00
90,452.60

44.491.
3.143
3.613

2,400,780,000.00 . . :
1,802,710,000.00

4.25 .
3.16
3.50
3.50
3.60
4.36
3.36
3.45
3.45
43.973
3.862
4.091
63.897
6 3.593
63.506
63.684
63.666
63.753
•3.830
63.907
64.03O
64.128
64.191
3.810
6 3.677
83.762
63.868
63.978
64.142
4.230
fl4.368
6 4.484

100,000,000.00
60,000,000.00
-..
3,900,665,000.00

..-

30,000,000.00
-

30,000,000.00
15,488,883.76

938.46
24,118,624.62

.....

100,000,000.00
50,000,000.00

100,000,000.00
50,000,000.00 1,701,180,000.00
600,080,000.00 - . —
1,200,096,900.00 -. —
413,304.67
3,437,071.38
4,268,165.67
7,595,846.66
3,796,331.54
3,232,094.04
3,619,018.28
4,106,139.42
4,596,866.30
4,608,811.36
3,778,096.82
2,345,152.09
6,342,094.98
6,688,709.77
6,896,305.62
6,003,469.23
6, 702,717.86
133.90
4,964,786.26
6,347,849.00

-

1,738,248.84
7,073,621.38
10,081,728.90
12,864,643.66
11,468,438.59
6,802,603.87
7,444,303.73
8,102,523.77
8,630,169.42
. 7,698,686.36
7,347,907.50
2,656,379.64
4,813,786.91
8,669,577.69
8,960,360.71
9,660,003.68
9,144,790.77
980,066.68
7,654,039.13
6,167,302.89

194

197 2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Securities

Date

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest *

1972
Percent
Feb. 29 U.S. savings bonds '—Conthiued
4.570
Series E-1959 (January to May)
6 4.572
Series E-1959 (June to December) 6 4.644
SeriesE-1960-6 4.746
SeriesE-1961
SeriesE-19626 4.825
6 4. 890
Seriies E-1963
- - - 6 4.473
Seriies E-1964
6 4.427
Seriies E-1965 (January to November)
4.600
Seriies E-1965 (December)
4.654
Seriies E-1966.._
Seriies B-1967
4.826
Seriies B-1968 (January to May)
4.960
Seriies E-1968 (June to December)
- : 5.091
Seriies B-1969 (January to May)
. 5.200
Seriies B-1969 (June to December)
. 5.427
Seriies B-1970 (January to May)
,5.460
Seriies B-1970 (June to December)
,5.500
Seriies E-1971
5.500
Seriies E-1972
5.500
Unclassified sales and redemptions
6 3. ,572 .
SeriesH-1952
6 3.643 .
Series H-1953.
63.733 .
SeriesH-1954
6 3.821 .
SeriesH-1955
83.953 .
Series H-1958
Series H-1957 (January)
4.030 .
Series H-1957 (February to Deceraber)
fl 4.244 .
64.349 .
Series H-1958
4.430 .
Series H-1959 (January to May)
6 4.486 .
Series H-1959 (June to Deceraber)
6 4.522 .
SeriesH-1960
6 4.585 .
SeriesH-1961
6 4.137 .
Series H-1982
6 4.262 .
SeriesH-1963
64.394 .
SeriesH-19646 4.536 .
Series H-1965 (January to November)
Series H-1965 (December)
4.810 .
Series H-1968 _
.4.848 .
4.982 .
SeriesH-1967-.
Series H-1968 (January to May)
5.070 .
Series H-1968 (June to December)
5.153 .
Series H-1969 (January to May)
5.240 .
Series H-1969 (June to December)
5.445 .
Series H-1970 (January to May)
5.470
Series H-1970 (Jime to December)
5.500
SeriesH-1971
5.500
Series H-1972..
5.500
Unclassified sales and redeniptions
7.00 .
29 Treasury bonds of 1981
Adjustments of issues 8
_._
._
U.S. savings notes: ^
SeriesS-1967
4.74
4.74
Series S-1968 (January to May)
5.00
Series S-1968 (June to December)
5.00
Series S-1969
5.00
Series S^1970...
——..
Unclassified
:...
4.28
29 U.S. retnement plan b o n d s . . . . . . .
Depositary bonds. First Series
'2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series.
2.00 .
Treasury bonds. Investment Series—B-197580
2H Redeemed In exchange for l j ^ % Treasury
notes, Series EO-1976
Treasmy notes, Series E 0-1976
Miscellaneous

m

Total February
Mar. 1 Treasmy certificates, maturing June 30,1972..
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Mar. 1,1972
June 1,1972
Footnotes at end of table.




2,606, 249.56
2,601, 188.21
5,290, 970.17
6,305, 956.46
6,885, 140.79
8,089, 545.20
7,147: 172.76
7,249: 202.27
-46, 751.42
8,382, 353.86
8,141, 687.58
4,190, 567.70
3,965, 393.61
4,044, 086.20
3,826, 272.19
4,280, 675.26
4,383, 344.35
411,983, 776.53
114,257, 329.80
7-9,488, 708.69

3,000.00
24,500.00
17,670,000.00
33,379,500.00
7,134,500.00

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

2,513,627.72
3,354,313.88
6,634,789.16
8,120,135.53
7,430,622.15
9,914,512.62
9,077,158.49
5,915,140.52
694,729.39
6,821,436.10
7,459,317.72
3,294,120.25
4,938,969.63
3,567,435.20
5,880,898.84
5,339,511.35
11,628,572.17
83,927,239.02
75.00
111,962,523.51
102,000.00
464,000.00
985,500.00
1,218,500.00
1,226,000.00
106,000.00
977,000.00
1,677,500.00
809,500.00
827,500.00
2,588,500.00
3,284,000.00
3,697,500.00
1,962,000.00
1,727,500.00
1,578,000.00
92,500.00
1,861,500.00
1,721,000.00
589,500.00
807,500.00
868,500.00
700,500.00
461,000.00
523,500.00
1,297,500.00
11,000.00
7-2,879,000.00

-1,000.00 .
212,937.70
300,558.46
408,201.56
994,417.30
385,615.32
1,458.00
395,238.08
219,000.00

502,948.58
281,667.03
576,231.36
1,338,393.10
623,128.70
(10)

107,738.01
112,000.00
75,000.00
3,738,000.00

3,738,000.00 .
26,759,579,499.32

3.60

300,000,000.00 .

27,203,268,103,48

630.28 .

4.35
3.46

'93^89"i;pbb'00

300,000,000.00

STATIiSTICAL APPENDIX

195

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearmg public debt
secm'ities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

1972
Mar. 2
2
2
3

20

24

28

30

Securitits

Rate of Amoimt issued 2
interest ^

Amount matm-ed
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
44.507
Dated Sept. 2,1971...
3,901,360,000.00
Maturing June 1,1972
3.447
2,400,565,000. 00 .
Maturing Aug. 31,1972
3. 762
1,796,105,000.00 .
Trea'sury notes, foreign currency sericis, raaturing July 3,1972
76,500,000.00
5.28
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
3.406
3,064,650,000.00.
Maturing Mar..30,1972-July 6,1972 1
2
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matm-ing:
4.10
111,000,000.00
Mar. 7,1972
4.10
100,000,000.00
Mar. 7,1972
111, 000,000.00 .
3.56
June 7,1972
3.55
100, 000, 000.00 .
June 7,1972
3.56
111, 000,000.00
June 7,1972
3.65
ICO, 000,000.00
June 7,1972
Treasury biUs:
Regular weekly:
44.400
3,903, 055,000.00
Dated Sept. 9,1971..
3.552
2,400,870, 000. 00 .
Maturing June 8,1972
3. 796
1,800,315,000.00 .
Matm-ing Sept. 7,1972
3.733
Matming Apr. 6,1972
-20,000.00.
Adjustments ofissues
3.613
.
Matming Aug. 24,1972
-10,000.00 .
Adjustments ofissues.
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing May 24,1972
3.15
141,000,000.00
Treasury notes, foreign series, matm-ing Sept.
158,373,190.69 .
16,1976
.—
2.60
Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
1
3,901,460,000.00
Dated Sept. 16,1972
- - - 44.412
3.846
2,401,506,000.00 .
Matming June 16,1972...
4.196
1,800,670,000.00 .
Matming Sept. 14,1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
8,000,000.00
3.96
Mar. 17,1972
362,000,000.00
4.05
Mar. 20,1972..
558,000, 000.00
4.06
Mar. 20,1972....
3.85
564,000,000.00 .
June 20,1972
3.86
362,000,000.00 .
June 20,1972
3.10
May 16,1972
60,000,000.00
Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4.419
3,909,610,000.00
Dated Sept. 23,1971
—
3.919
2,400, 720,000.00 .
Maturing June 22,1972.
.—.
4.322
1,800,975,000.00 .
Matming Sept. 21,1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
4.05
721,000,000.00
Mar. 23,1972.
3.95
June 23,1972.
728,000,000.00 .
168,000,000.00
4.05
Mar. 24,1972
60, O O 000.00
C,
4.06
Mar. 24,1972
•.
60,000,000.00 .
3.95
June 24,1972
3.95
159,000, 000.00 .
June 24,1972
Treasmry certificates,maturing:
140.20 .
3.60
June 30,1972..164.68 .
3.50
June 30,1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
200,000,000.00
matming Mar. 30,1972
_.
5.90
Treasury notes, foreign series, matm-ing Jmie
200,000,000.00 .
5.05
21,1973
—
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
4 4.199 .
4,107,255,000.00
Dated Sept. 30,1971--2,300, 390,000.00 .
3.848
Matming June 29, 1972.
4.354
1,804, 905,000.00 .
Matming Sept. 28,1972
Regular monthly:
4 4.127 .
1,700,606,000.00
Dated Mar. 31,1971....
500,555, 000.00 .
4.512
Matming Dec. 31,1972
4.661
1, 200,810,000.00 .
Matming Mar. 31,1973...

Footnotes at end of table.




196

1972 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing ptiblic debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 197^2—Continued
Date

Securities

1972
Mar. 31 T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t m i n g :
J u n e 16,1972..
J u n e 30,1972
31 U . S . savings b o n d s : *
SeriesE-1941
Series E-1942_
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
SeriesE-1946
SeriesE-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
SeriesE-1950
Series E-1951
Series E-1952 ( J a n u a r y to April)
Series E-1952 (May to Deceniber)
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 D e c e m b e r ) . ,
Series E-1968
..:
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) .
Series E-1959 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
SeriesE-1960
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
Seiies E-1963
Scries 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-1966 ( D e c e m b e r )
:.
Series E-1966
Series E-1967
Series E-1968 ( J a n u a r y t o M a y )
Series E-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
...
Series E-1969 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) .
Series E-1969 ( J u n e to Deceraber)
Series E-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series E-1970 ( J u n e to Deceniber)
:..
Series E-1971
,
Saries E-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
SeriesH-1962
Series H-1953
Series H - 1 9 5 4 . _
Series H-1956
Series H - 1 9 5 6 . . .
Series H-1957 ( J a n u a r y ) . .
Series H-1967 ( F e b r u a r y to D e c e m b e r ; . .
Series H - 1 9 6 8 . . .
Series H-1959 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1959 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r )
Series H - 1 9 6 0 . _ . .
Series H-1981
Series H-1982
1
SeriesH-1963
Series H-1984
Series H-1965 ( J a n u a i y to Noveraber) . . .
Series H-1965 (December)
Seiies H-1966
SeriesH-1967
Series H-1968 ( J a n u a r y to M a y ) . . .
-Series H-1968 ( J u n e to December)
Series H-1969 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1969 ( J u n e to December)
Series H-1970 ( J a n u a r y to May)
Series H-1970 ( J u n e to Deceniber)
SeriesH-1971
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales a n d r e d e m p t i o n s
31 T r e a s m y notes, Series B-1972.
A d j u s t r a e n t s of rederaptions 8
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series D-1972
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s s
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




R a t e of
A m o u n t issued 2
interest ^

A m o u n t matm-ed
or called or
redeenied prior
to raaturity 3

Percent
1.00
3.60

-.
.

. 6 3.897
6 3.593
«3.506
6 3.684
fl 3. 666
. 6 3 . 758
. 6 3.830
. 6 3.907
. 6 4.030
.
6 4.128
.
64.191
3. 610
. 6 3.677
.. 6 3. 762
.
6 3.868
.
6 3. 987
.
6 4.142
4.230
.
6 4.368
. ' 6 4.484
4.670
.
6 4.672
.
6 4. 644
.
6 4. 746
.84.825
.64.890
.'64.473
. 6 4.427
4.600
. • 4.654
4.826
4.960
6.091
6.200
6.427
5.460
6.600
5.600
6.600
.

6 3.673 .
6 3.643 .
6 3. 733 .
6 3.821 .
6 3.963 .
4.030 .
6 4.244 .
64.349 .
6 4.430 .
6 4.486 .
6 4.522 .
6 4.586 .
6 4.137 .
6 4. 262 .
64.394 .
6 4.536 . .
• 4.810 . .
4.848 .4.982 . .
5.070 . .
6.163 .5.240 . .
5.446 . .
5.470
5.600
5.600
5.500

4M

1,218.29
15,138,966.84
424,983.02
3,598, 380.99
9,800,474.74.
3, 693,169.68
3,610, 652. 91
3, 008, 389. 90
3,566,303.40
3, 737,020.08
4.307.286.12
4,319,366.60
3,666,805.49
2,198,887.00
2, 603,890. 96
6,368, 783.87
6,682,670.49
6,876,987.10
8, 766,337.67
2,978,511.76
6,063, 767". 50
5,429,312. 97
2.637.099.13
5,776,488.27
6,133,162.48
6, 884, 626. 92
7,921, 793.86
8,659,946.07
7,409,727.07 ,
7,391,268. 72
-9.13
8, 782, 264. 74
8,458,369.87
4,294,399.15
3,867, 927. 74
4,186, 606.96
3,874,368.22
4,523,869.22
4,872,913.47.
96,216.171.67
493, 712, 776.00
-27,178,497.27

10,000.00
10,000.00
2,513,000.00
60,827,000.00
7-547,500.00

- 1,649,266.83
. 6,990,662.98
10,044,225.50
12,807,648.23
10.716.296.64
6, 210,969.60
6,971,4.62.95
7,759,438.53
8,148,063.38
7, 303,920.07
6,815,743.30
2,651,063.41
4.448.316.97
8,014,147.74
8,870,518.69
9,465,669.81
9,458,942.19
884,845.38
9,243,414.64
12,762,142.57
5.620.416.98
7,236,698.09
13,849,501.03
16,521,327.76
16.007.349.65
20,330,102.31
. 20,034,868.78
13,627,481.48
1,451,822.15
28,178,991.82
18,116,879.19
14,013,177.19
21,205,607.95
9,738,495.89
15.475.999.66
13,852,986.73
28,162,540.53
210,211,166.47
86,758.26
-167,076,624.19
305,500.00
660,500.00
1,540,500.00
2,045,500.00
1,661,600.00
137,600.00
1,339,000.00
1,883,000.00
901,000.00
736,600.00
3,026,000.00
3,582,600.00
3,841,600.00
1,963,000.00
1, 973,000.00
1,766,500. 00
124,000.00
2,019,000.00
2,425,000.00
884,000.00
814,000.00
640,500.00
567,500. 00
600,000.00
794,500.00
1,608,000.00
80,600.00
-6,653,500.00
-102,000.00

~ioo,"b6o.'66

197

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 197'^—Continued

Date

Securities

R a t e of
interest i

Percent
1972
M a r . 31 T r e a s u r y notes, Series E-1972.
6.00 .
A d j u s t m e n t s o f r e d e m p t i o n s 8_._
31 T r e a s m y notes. Series C-1974
TH
A d j u s t m e n t s of r e d e m p t i o n s 8
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series D-1974
TH
A d j u s t r a e n t s of rederaptions 8._
31 T r e a s u r y notes. Series E-1978
6M
A d j u s t m e n t s ofissues 8
T r e a s u r y notes. Series B-1978
6.00
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues 8_
31 T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1982.._
Q%
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues 8.
T r e a s m y b o n d s of 1986.
QH
A d j u s t m e n t s of issues 8
U . S . savings n o t e s : "
4.74
Series S-1987
4.74
Series S-1968 ( J a n u a r y to May)
5.00
Series S-1968 ( J u n e to D e c e m b e r ) . . .
5.00
Series S-1989
6.00
SeriesS-1970
Unclassified
31 U.S. retirement p l a n b o n d s
4.29
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-1976-80.
2H
Redeeraed i n exchange for W % Treasui-y
notes. Series EO-1976
31 T r e a s m y n o t e s , Series E O - 1 9 7 6 .
W
31 Miscellaneous

-1,938,000.00
-91,000.00
-59,000.00
19,870,000.00
-49,000.00 .
4,206,000.00 .
-5,000.00 .
252,240. 36
319,735.02
418,758.00
1,005,989.83
317,189.93
- 8 1 . 00
286,431.57
1,454,000. 00
1,129,000. 00

T r e a s u r y notes, Series EA-1972
Redeeraable for cash
T r e a s u r y notes. Series F-1975
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
A p r . 3,1972
J u l y 3,1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A p r . 3,1972.
. J u l y 3,1972
Apr.4,1972
.—
A p r . 4,1972
..-.•.
J u l y 3,1972
J u l y 3,1972
•.
T r e a s u r y certificates, m a t u r i n g J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 2 . .
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d Oct. 7,1971
M a t m i n g J u l y 6,1972
M a t u r i n g Oct. 5,1972
,.
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreigii series,
maturing:
Apr. 7,1972....
.
A p r . 7,1972
A p r . 7,1972
Apr. 14,1972...
J u n e 26,1972..
J u l y 7,1972
J u l y 7,1972
T r e a s m y notes, foreign series, m a t m i n g :
A p r . 7,1978
J u l y 7,1978
Oct. 6 , 1 9 7 8 - .
F e b . 7,1979
M a r . 7,1979
.-Apr. 6,1979—
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
A p r . 10,1972
J u l y 10,1972
M a y 16,1972
12

Footnotes at e n d of t a b l e .




1,401,330.86
786,399.62
1,498,36L64
3,650,876.38
1,679,866.91
(10)

264,784. 21
666,000.00
390,000.00
2,648,000.00

2,548,000.00 .
113,454,000.00
!9,258,633,982. 87

Total March.
Apr.

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A r a o u n t issued 2

25,118,638,473.20
33,951,000.00

'5%
1,776,421,000.00 .
3.731 .
3.849
3.76
3.85
3.76
3.75
3.80
3.80
3.50

990,920.63

660,000,000.00

""557,"boo,'oo6.'oo".

35,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
75,000,000.00 .
35,000,000.00 .
11,841,068.49 .

4 4.110 .
3.798
4.387
3.76
3.75
3.75
6.424
3.95

i,'6o6,"i63.'34".

4,106,466,000.00
2,301,380,000.00 .
1,800,340,000.00 .
30,000,000.00
271,017,399.32
44,000,000.00
250,000,000.00
60,000,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
30,000,000.00 .
44,000,000.00 .

6.20
6.20
6.20
6.26
8.26
6.25

400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
400,000,000.00
450,000,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.

3.75
3.80
3.10

100,000,000.00 .

100,000,000.00

"sb^ooo^ooo.'oo

198

19'72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-hearing public debt
securities, excluding special issties, July 1971-June 197i2—Continued
Date

Secmities

14
20
20
20
21
21

21
27
27
27
27

28
30

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent

1972
Apr. 13
13
13
13

Rate of Amount issued 2
interest ^

Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Oct. 14,1971
MatmingJulyl3,1972...
Maturing Oct. 12,1972
Treasury certificates, maturing:
Jan. 2,1973-.-.
Jan. 2,1973
June30,1972
Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Oct. 21,1971
Maturing July 20,1972
Matming Oct. 19,1972
Treasmy certificates, maturing June 30,1972Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
Apr. 21,1972
July 20,1972Treasury bills:
Tax anticipation:
Apr. 21,1972Regular weekly:
Dated Oct. 28,1971
Matm-ing July 27,1972
Matming Oct. 26,1972
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
Apr. 27,1972
Apr. 27,1972
July 19,1973
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Apr. 28,1972
July 28,1972
—
U.S. savings bonds:«
SeriesE-1941.SeriesE-1942
Series E-1943
SeriesE-1944
SeriesE-1946
SeriesE-1946.-.
..-—
Series E-1947--Series E-1948
SeriesE-1949-.SeriesE-1960--Series E-1951
Series E-1962 (January to April)
Series E-1962 (May to Deceniber)
SeriesE-1953
Series E-1954.._.
Series E-1956
Series E-1956
Series E-1957 (Januai-y)
..Series E-1957 (February to December)....
Series E-1958.Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1959 (June to Deceraber)
SeriesE-1960
SeriesE-1961
Series E-1982
.-.
SeriesE-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 (January to November)
Series E-1965 (December)...
Series E-1966
SeriesE-1967
Series E-1988 (January to May)...
Series E-1968 (June to Deceraber)
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December)
Series .E-1970 (January to May)
Series E-1970 (June to December)
Series E-1971
Series E-1972




43.703
3.729
4.223
4.35
4.35
3.60
43.312
3.861
4.278
3.60
3.30
3.85

2,301,306,000.00
1,800,825,000.00
68,993,35L36
894.84

66,993,35L36

2,300,800,000.00
1,800,855,000.00
794,120.00

4,105,740,000.00

40,000,000.00

40,000,000.00

4 4.288

4,032,700,000.00

43.392
3.614
4.004

2,300,120,000.00
1,800,600,000.00

3. 90
3.66
4. 60

—:
175,000,000.00

3.50
3.65
63.397
63.593
63.506
63.534
63.666
63.768
63.330
63.907
64.03O
64.128
84.191
3.610
6 3.677
63.762
63.368
63.978
64.142
4.230
64.368
64.434
4. 670
6 4. 572
64.644
64.746
64.826
64.390
64.473
64.427
4.600
4.654
4.826
4. 960
6.091
5.200
5.427
5.460
6.600
5.500
6.600

4,106,900,000.00

..—.
26,000,000.00

486,779.76
3,796,866.66
7,766,160.01
3,407,045.80
4,213,066.36
3,107,542.24
3,396,394.68
3,608,079.62
4,036,214.62
3,992,614.91
3,713,725.00
1.989.730.32
2,374,038.20
4,97.3,094.48
5,354,746.34
6,456,194.99
5,480,768.73
128.72
6,267,464.14
5,059,815. 97
2,368,578.61
2,718,830. 99 .
6,987,769.38
7,739,139.88
8,675,447. 58
11.700.776.96
14,497,078.46
7.809.949.48
112. 02
9,246,572.80
8,706,848.47
4.383.107.33
4,122,649.29 .
4.474.802.49
4,308.787.24
4,962,838.31
6,468,773.68
23.224.284.97
427,917,06L45

4,105,836,000.00
60,000,000.00
126,000,000.00

26,000,000.00

1,307,108.00
6,189,379.83
7,639,487.92
9,309,224.86
8,147,194.47
4,631,436.66
6,122,933.69
6,726,323.79
6,966,806.60
6,367,980.83
4,616,620.96
1,879,699. 98
3,238,286.71
6,660,662.36
6,361,897.32
6,745,999.69
6,607,004.14
834,378.58
6,446,208.60
8,141,625.54
3,774,947.16
4,873,643.60
8,881,994.64
10,668,07L88
10,618,046.46
12,886,462.73
13,872,261. 73
9,613,685.10
943,128.71
13,632,988.83
12,432,610.67
6,694,272.13
9,819,344.43
6,745,418.88
10. 500. .589. 20
9,710,462.06
19,179,919.65
118,741,680.43
44,277,731.25

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

Rate of Araount issued 2
interest ^

1972
Percent
Apr. 30 U.S. savings bonds s—Continued
Unclassified sales and rederaptions
Series H-1952
,
6 3.673 .
Series H-1953
6 3.643 .
SeriesH-1954
6 3. 733 .
SeriesH-1966
03.821 .
SeriesH-1966
6 3. 963 .
Series H-1967 (January)
4. 030 .
Series H-1967 (February to Deceraber)
64.244 .
Series H-1958
64.349 .
Series H-1969 (January to May)
4.430 .
Series H-1969 (June to Deceraber)
6 4.486 .
SeriesH-1960
6 4.522 .
SeriesH-1961
6 4.585 .
Series H-1962
6 4.137 .
SeriesH-1963
8 4.262 .
SeriesH-1964...
6 4.394 .
Series H-1965 (January to November)
6 4.636 .
Series H-1965 (Deceraber)
4.810 .
SeriesH-1966
4.848 .
Series H-1967
4.982 .
Series H-1988 (January to May)..
5.070 .
Series H-1968 (June to Deceraber)
6.153 .
Series H-1989 (January to May)
5.240 .
Series H-1969 (June to Deceraber)
5.446 .
Series H-1970 (January to May)
5.470 .
Series H-1970 (June to Deceraber)
6.500 .
SeriesH-1971
5.600
Series H-1972..
_
5.500
Unclassified sales and redemptions
30 U.S. savings notes:»
4.74
SeriesS-1967.
4.74
Series S-1968 (January to May)
6.00
Series S-1988 (June to December)
6.00
Series S-1989
5.00
Series S-1970 (January to June)
Unclassified.--..
4.29
30 U.S. retirement plan bonds
30 Depositary bonds, First Series
2.00
30 Treasury bonds, REA Series
2.00
30 Treasury bonds, Investment Series .B-1976-802H
Redeemed in exchange for:
1M% Treastu-y notes, Series EO-1976....
1^% Treasury notes, Series EA-1977....
30 Treasmy notes. Series EO-1976
30 Treasmy notes, Series EA-1977
30 Miscellaneous
Total April
May 1 "

Treasury bills:
Regular monthly:
Dated Apr. 30,1971..
Matming Jan. 31,1973
Matming Apr. 30,1973
Treasmy certificates, raatming:
June 30,1972
June 30,1972
June 30,1972
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
May 12,1972...
May 16,1972
May 4,1972
-...
Aug. 4,1972
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Nov. 4,1971
Matming Aug. 3,1972
Maturing Nov. 2,1972
Matming July 20,1972
..
Adjustments of issues
Treasury certificates, maturing:
.Tune 30,1972
......................
June 30,1972




38,514,960.07

302,000.00
61,571,000.00
-8,822,600.00
266,634.67
297,640.81
440,082.95
1,050,801.75
271,544.67
-1,639.30
306,628.34
107,000.00

1,330,000.00 .
404,000.00 .

3.60
3.50
3.60
3.16
3.10
3.40
3.60
43.761
3.803
3.997
3.851
3.60
3.50

7 -7,610,605.78
196, 500.00
469, 000.00
863, 000.00
1,171, 000.00
1,038, 500.00
132, 000. 00
685, 500.00
1,235, 000.00
561, 600.00
683, 000.00
1,848, 000.00
2,098, 600.00
2,681, 000.00
1,601, 000.00
1,286, 600.00
942, 000.00
114, 500.00
1,262, 500.00
1,078, 000.00
O
617, 600. C
821, 000.00
494, 500.00
331, 600.00
363, 500.00
641, 000.00
1,163, 500. 00
28, 000.00
4,281, 000.00
1,138,838.27
647,663.32
1,048,202.03
2,492,298.30
1,061,382.98
(10)

163,428.87
404,000.00
176,000.00
1, 330,000.00
404,000.00
84,429,600.00

22,676,974,664.29
44.870
4.234
4.382

Araount raatured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

499,950,000. 00 .
1,199,850,000.00.
4,056,676.41 .

22,811,384,062.64
1,701,885,000.00

12,067,603.61

iii.le
100,000.000.00
50,000,000.00
66,000,000.00

66,000,000.00 .

2,301,260,000.00 .
1,800,630,000.00.

4,106,766,000.00

300,000.00.
310.70
17,910.48

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

1972
M a y 10

Securities

Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
matming:
M a y 10,1972
A u g . 10,1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d N o v . 11,1971
Matui-ing A u g . 1 0 , 1 9 7 2 . . . .
M a t m i n g N o v . 9,1972
T r e a s u r y certificates, raaturing J u n e 30,1972..
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
raaturing:
M a y 12,1972
M a y 12,1972
A u g . 11,1972
.....
A u g . 11,1972
T r e a s u r y notes. Series B-1972
R e d e e r a e d i n exchange for 4 M % T r e a s u r y
notes. Series E-1973
R e d e e n i e d for cash
Treasm-y notes. Series D-1972
•.
R e d e e r a e d i n exchange for 4:H% T r e a s u r y
notes. Series E-1973
R e d e e m a b l e for cash
T r e a s u r y notes. Series E - 1 9 7 3 . - .
I s s u e d i n exchange for:
4 M % T r e a s m y n o t e s , Series B-1972
QH% T r e a s u r y n o t e s . Series D-1972
Issued for cash
T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1982
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:
M a y 18,1972.
A u g . 18,1972
...M a y 17,1972
-M a y 17,1972
--....
M a y 17,1972
M a y 17,1972.
•.
A u g . 17,1972
A u g . 17,1972
A u g . 17,1972
A u g . 17,1972
•
•
18
M a y 18,1972
M a y 18,1972
A u g . 18,1972
A u g . 18,1972
T r e a s u r y bills:
Regular weekly:
D a t e d N o v . 18,1971
M a t u r i n g A u g . 17,1972
_
M a t u r i n g N o v . 18,1972
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , foreign c u r r e n c y series,
maturing:
May 18,1972....
A u g . 24,1972
19 T r e a s m y certificates, m a t u r i n g :
J u n e 30,1972
J u n e 30,1972
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s , foreign series,
maturing:
J u l y 3,1972
May 24,1972...
A u g . 24,1972
May 25,1972....
A u g . 26,1972
T r e a s u r y notes, foreign series,
raaturing:
M a y 26,1972.
A u g . 23,1973
T r e a s u r y bills:
R e g u l a r weekly:
D a t e d N o v . 26,1971
M a t m i n g A u g . 24,1972
Maturing Nov. 24,1972........




R a t e of
interest»

A m o u n t matm-ed
or caUed or
redeemed prior
to m a t u r i t y 3

A m o u n t issued ^

Percent
3.15
3.50
43.622
3.463
3.906
3.50
3.15
3.16
3.60
3.50

106,000,000.00
105,000,000. 00 .
4,105,695,000.00
2,300,760,000.00.
1,800,366,000.00.
863,664.18 .
70,000,000.00
200,000,000.00
70,000,000.00 .
200,000,000.00 .
2,381,686,000.00
1,294,788,000.00

QH
132,000,000.00
1,245,449,000.00
4M
2,381,668,000.00 .
132,000,000.00 .
1,278,966,000.00 .
506,371,000.00 .
20,000,000. 00
20,000,000.00 .

"ibi"oo5i"ooo."oo
716,000,000. 00
360,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

10,000,000.00
716,000,000.00
360,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

.
.
.
.
600,000,000.00
36,000,000.00

600,000,000.00 .
36,000,000.00 .
43.534
3.697
4.117

2,300,695,000.00
1,800,580,000.00

4,211,656,000.00
-

32,963,060.00

3.90
4.77

33,374,728.35 .

3.60
3.60

""370,'633"64".

3.80
3.16
3.86
3.16
3.86

'35,"boo,"6o6.'bb".

4.40
4.67
4 3.839
3.826
4.233

48,410.19

'3b,'boo,'6bb.'bo".

14,000,000.00
36,000,000.00
"'3b;000^boo'00
160,000,000.00

160,000,000.00 .
4,206,430,000.00
2,299,670,000.00.
1,800,906,000.00.

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Securities

1972
May 26 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
July3,1972
30
May30,1972...
May 30,1972
Aug. 30,1972
Aug. 30,1972
30 Treasury notes, foreign currency series,
maturing:
May 30,1972.....
Aug. 30,1973
:
Treasmy bills:
Regular monthly:
31
Dated May 31,1971
31
Matming Feb. 28,1973
31
Maturing May 31, 1973
31 Treasury certificates, maturing:
June 30,1972
June 30,1972
31 U.S. savings bonds: ^
SeriesE-1941.
Series E-1942
Sei-iesE-1943
SeriesE-1944
Series E-1945
Series E-1948
Series E-1947
fl
Series E-1948
Series E-1949
SeriesE-1950
SeriesE-1961.
Series E-1952 (January to April)
Series E-1962 (May to December)
SeriesE-1963.
Series E-1954.
Series E-1965
Series E-1958
Series E-1957 (January)
Series E-1957 (February to December)
Series E-1968
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December)
Series E-1960
SeriesE-1961.
SeriesE-1962
Series E-1983
Series E-1964..
Series E-1985 (January to November)
Series E-1965 (Deceraber)
Series E-1968
Series E-1987..
Series E-1988 (Jariuary to May)
Series E-1968 (June to Deceraber)
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December)
Series E-1970 (January to May)
Series E-1970 (June to Deceraber)
Series E-1971
Series E-1972
Unclassified sales and redemptions
SeriesH-1952
Series H-1953...
SeriesH-1964
SeriesH-1955.....
Series H-1956. _
Series H-1957 (January)
...
.J
Series H-1957 (February to December)...
Series H-1958
Series H-1959 (January to May)
Series H-1959 (June to December)
SeriesH-1960...
SeriesH-1961
SeriesH-1962...
SeriesH-1963
Series H-1984
Series H-1965 (January to November)
Series H-1966 (December)
Series H-1988
Series H-1967




Rate of Amount issued'
interest i

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

Percent
3.80
3.45
3.46
3.80
3.80

.-...-........_
—...............
60,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

4.40
4.55
4 4.878
4.367
4.466
3.60
3.60
6 3.897
63.593
fl3.606
fl3.684
fl3.666
«3.768
3.830
fl3.907
64.030
84.128
64.191
3.610
«3.877
63.782
6 3.888
6 3.978
64.142
4.230
A 4.368
8 4.484
4.670
6 4.572
«4.844
64.746
64.825
64.890
64.473
s 4.427
4.600
4.664
4.828
4.960
6.091
5.200
5.427
6.460
6.500
5.600
6.600
63.573
63.643
63.733
63.821
83.953
4.030
6 4.244
64.349
4.430
6 4.436
64.522
64.585
fl4.137
6 4.282
64.394
6 4.636
4.810
4.848
4.982

6,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

33,208,600.00
33,704,952.04
600,570,000.00
1,200,180,000.00

1,701,076,000.00
171,876.62

9,106,962.23
866,004.27
4,015,600.58
4.190.886.40
6,500,874.29
9.803.613.41
3,095,629. 76
3,114,023.37
3.594.743.97
3,940,982.65
3.844.990.48
3.484.314.45
-16,053.22
2,354,186.76
4,919,179.32
6.154.890.49
6.365.648.50
6,039,570.84
-21,859.82
6,126,203.95
6,879,456.14
-18,865.13
2.228.185.46
5,620,093.32
6,027,748.70
6,632,787.10
8,495,257.92
11,658,058.17
7.030.644.98
-444.42
8.250.284.17
8,148,842.00
4,130,442.23
4,063,602.62
4,111,788.32
3,930,13L49
4.714.716.18
4.861.089.51
14,688,966.04
666,879,826. 00
-123,826,686.45

;

1,460,510.76
6,702,600.62
10,345,753.61
12,008,179.50
10,619,979.24
6,969,269.59
6,967,610.33
7,386,980.48
7,910,873.28
6,943,824.92
6,206,602.19
2,557,247.42
4,494,593.19
8,068,42L36
8,894,329.38
9,373,534.33
9,240,884.78
895,416.49
8,089,842.45
7,878,486.82
3,264,204.47
4,559,460.48
8,709,664.77
10,012,010.28
10,493,823.41
12,963,940.12
13,941,14L98
9,160,44L65
906,133.23
12,477,800.16
11,813,17L61
8,240,087.07
8,680,760.26
6,187,166.95
9,880,579.12
9,284,383.69
17,917,873.24
91,471,447.98
68,903,137. 60
7 _14,334,079. 70
265,000.00
415,000.00
933,000.00
1,216,600.00
1,274,000.00
112,500.00
1,030,500.00
1,445,600.00
666,500.00
685,000.00
2,144,000.00
2,373,000.00
3,048,000.00
1,862,600.00
1,708,500.00
1,338,000.00
33,000.00
1,541,000.00
1,462,600.00

202

1972 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1971-June 1972—Continued
Rate of
Interest i

Secmities

1972
Percent
May 31 U.S. savings bonds»—Continued
6. O O .
T
Series H-1968 (January to May)
6.153 .
Series H-1968 (June to December)
5.240 .
Series H-1969 (January to May)
6.446
Series H-1969 (June to December)
5.470 ,
Series H-1970 (January to May)
,5.500
Series H-1970 (June to December)
5.600
SeriesH-1971
6.600
Series H-1972
Unclassified sales and redemptions
Treasury notes. Series C-1974
TH
Adjustments of rederaptions 8
Treasury notes, Series D-1974
'TH
Adjustments of redemptions s
31 Treasmy notes. Series F-1975
Adjustments ofissues 8
_
Treasury notes. Series E-1976.
5M
Adjustments of issues 8
Treasmy bonds of 1982
Adjustments of issues 8.
U.S. savings notes:»
4.74
SeriesS-1967
4.74
Series S-1988 (January to May)
6.00
Series S-1968 (June to December)
6.00
Series S-1969
6.00
SeriesS-1970
Unclassified
U.S. retirement plan bonds
4.29
Depositary bonds, First Series..
2.00
Treasury bonds, REA Series
2.00
Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80.
2H
Redeemed in exchange for W % Treasm-y
notes, Series EA-1977._
Treasury notes. Series EA-1977
Miscellaneous

m

Total May.:

:....:

Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
June 111
Dated Dec. 2,1971-.
Matm-ing Aug. 31,1972
1
Matmmg Nov. 30,1972
1
1 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
niaturing:
June 1,1972..-.
Sept. 1,1972.....
Aug. 11,1972
Treasury bills:
Regular weekly:
Dated Dec. 9,1971
Matmmg Sept. 7,1972
Matm-ing Dec. 7,1972
Matming Aug. 10,1972
Adjustments ofissues
•.
12 Treasm-y certificates, maturing June 30,1972..
Treasury bills: >
Regular weekly:
Dated Dec. 16,1971
Maturing Sept. 14,1972
Matming Dec. 14,1972
Treasmy certificates, matming:
June 15,1972
'..
...
Dec. 15,1972
Treasury bonds of 1972
...
Redeemable for cash
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug. 11,1972
Aug. 17,1972
June 20,1972
June 20,1972
Aug. 11,1972
Sept. 20,1972
Sept. 20,1972
Aug. 17,1972
21

See footnotes at end of table.




:

4;3.819 .
'3.796
4.187
3.45
3.80
3.50
43.794 .
3.926
4.328
3.463 .
3.50

Araount issued 2

142,500. 00
63,176,500.00
2,089,000. 00

3.50
3.70
3.85
3.85
3.60
3.96
3.96
3.70

388,000. 00
622,000.00
680,000.00
468,000. 00
402,000. 00
501,000.00
1,447,000.00
115,000. 00
2,216, 500. 00
-5,000.00
'4,'boo." 00

-12,000. 00
-2,000.00

-191,000.00 .
301,266.02
321,980.43
478,456.27
1,074,988.01
218,346.08
40.80
443,726.60
110,000.00
472,000.00

876,000.00

1,226,348. 20
664,379.46
989,468.20
2,388,856.41
1,020,494.66
(10)

125,136.10
3,073,000.00
169,000.00
876,000. 00
'82,"629,'4b6.'bb

27,597,459,048.70

2,300,640,000.00 .
1,801,596,000.00 .

300,000,000.00 .

28,526,656,323.64

•4,.205,746,000.00

300,000,000.00
50,'bob,'bbb'bb
4,208,246,000.00

2,300,725,000.00 .
1,802,085,000.00 .
-10, 000.00 .
327.82 .

4 3.938 .
2,300,406,000.00 .
4.024
4.484
1,799,340,000.00 .
LOO .
1.00
2y2 .

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to matmity s

284,953. 28 .

4, 208, 216,000. 00

271,168.70
1,225,998,800.00
60,000,000.00
15,000,000.00
564,000,000.00
362,000,000.00
60,000,000.00

584,000,000.00 .
362,000,000.00 .
10,000,000.00

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TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Secmities

1972
June 21 Treasury certificates, maturing June 30,1972..
Treasury bills:
Tax anticipation:
Dated Dec. 13,1971
21
Regular weekly:
Dated Dec. 23,1971
Matmhig Sept. 21,1972
Maturing Dec. 21,1972
Treasury notes, foreign series, maturing:
June 22,1972
June 22,1972
Sept. 20,1973
23 Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
June 23,1972
Aug. 17,1972
Sept. 26,1972
Certificates of Indebtedness, foreign series,
matming:
June26,1972
Sept. 28,1972
26 Treasury notes, foreign series:
June 26,1972
June 27,1977
Certificates of indebtedness, foreign series,
maturing:
Aug. 17,1972
Aug. 17,1972
28
Sept. 28,1972
Dec. 28,1972
Treasmy bills:
Regular weekly:
29
Dated Dec. 30,1971
29
Maturing Sept.28,1972
Maturing Dec. 28,1972
29
Regular monthly:
Dated June 30,1971
30
Maturing Mar. 31,1973
30
-' • •
30
Maturing June 30,1973..
30 Treasury certificates, matming:
June 30,1972
June 30,1972
June 30,1973
June30,1973
30 U.S. savings bonds:*
Series E-1941
Series E-1942
Series E-1943
Series E-1944
Series E-1946
Saries E-1946
Series E-1947
Series E-1948
SeriesE-1949
Series E-1960
Series E-1961
Series E-1962 (January to April)
Series E-1962 (May to December)
Series E-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1966
Series E-1966
Series E-1967 (January)..
Series E-1967 (February to December)....
Series E-1968
Series E-1969 (January to May)
Series E-1969 (June to December).
Series E-1960
Series E-1961
SeriesE-1962
Seiies E-1963
Series E-1964
Series E-1965 (January to November)
See footnotes a t end of table.




Rate of Amount issued 2
interest 1
Percent
3.60

Amount matured
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

1,819,233.77 .

4 4.200 .

3,026,460,000.00

4 4.025 .
3.761
2,301,665,000.00 .
4.107
1,801,495,000.00 .

4, 208,786,000. 00

5.35 .
6.10 .
4.95

100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
200,000,000.00 .

3.95 .
3.70 .
3.96

"728," bbb,'bbb."bb'.

3.95 .
3.95

" 159," bbb," bbb" bb'.

5.95...
. 6.95

"m7QOo',m'.oo'.

3.70 .
3.70 .
4.05
4.60

76,000,000. 00 .
878,000,000.00 .

728,000,000.00
15,000,000.00

169,000,000.00
600,000,000.00
7,000,000.00
6,000,000.00

4 3.867 .
3.863
2, 301,440,000.00 .
4.24.3
1,800,206,000.00 .

4,106,070,000.00

45.472.
4.764
4.853

601,120,000.00 .
1.201,236,000.00 .

1,700,806,000.00

3.50 .
3.60 .
3.60
. 3.60

67,848,022.26 .
320,120,412.12 .

6 3.897
63.593
6 3.506
63.584
«3.668
63.758
63.330
83.907
64.030
84.128
6 4.191
3.610
6 3.677
6 3.762
63.888
6 3.978
64.142
4.230
6 4.368
64.434
4.670
e 4.572
6 4.644
64.746
84.326
84.390
6 4.473
6 4.427

2,314,469.02
6,102,863.73
4, 730,022.68
12,693,647.32
9,409,173.92
4,018,170.60
4,003,848.71
4,819,468.87
6,391,627.44
4,618,093.33
4,127,465.62
-12,003.07
2,631,149.42
6, Oil, 128.11
4,869,714.04
6,246,088.77
6,186,061.91
-19.76
3,042,483.31
6,894,64L87
3,679,412.12
2,416,430.94
6,449,912.04
6,237,420.87
6,468,618.68
8,006,162.96
11,928,420.72
3,761,81L66

318,617,230.81
66,891,808.96

1,486,273.67
6,391,868.39
9,076, 196.97
11,032, 229.44
10,202, 628.67
6,268, 710.18
6,924, 943.29
389.46
6,900, 161.47
6,366, 920.67
6,609, 988.46
1,966, 439.70
4,326, 044.61
7,042, 620.02
7,674, 640.01
8,642, 499.07
8,061, 968.69
784, 200.32
7,228, 871.83
7,842, 239.74
3,378, 713.58
4,323, 026.90
8,686, 413.38
10,101, 913.26
10,260, 878.82
12,414, 217.99
13,773, 242.35
9,289, 230.70

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1972 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public deht
securities, excluding special issues, J u l y 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Secmities

Rate of Aniount issued 2
interest ^

1972
Percent
June 30 U.S. savings bonds«—Continued
Series E-1965 (December)..
4, 687, 602.66
4.600
Series E-1986
4.654
9, 201,060.87 •
SeriesE-19674.826
9,116,536.68
Series E-1968 (January to May)
4.950
-66,853.82
Series E-1968 (June to December).
..
5.091
• 8,720,086.63
..
6.200
-70,266.73
Series E-1969 (January to May)...
Series E-1969 (June to December)
6.427
8, 991,079.66
6.460
-'98,885.43
Series E-1970 (January to May)..
Series E-1970 (June to December)
10,385,382.00
-.
6.600
12, 759,667.09
6.500
Series E-1971
Series E-1972
..
6.600 . 420,372,368.30
Unclassified sales and redemptions. . . . .
84,797,893.78
"6"3'573"
Series B[-1952
Series H-1963
8 3.643
63 733
SeriesH-1964Series H-1965
6 3.821
Series H-1956
6 3.953 .
Series H 1967 (January)
4.030 .
Series H-1967 (February to December) - . 6 4.244 .
Series H-1958
-. 64.349.
Series H-1969 (January to May)..
4 430
Series H-1969 (June to December)
. . 6 4.486.
SeriesH-1960
64 622
SeriesH-1961
6'4 686
SeriesH-1962
64 137
SeriesH-1963
64 282
Series H-1964--1
84 394
Series H-1966 (January to November) . . 6 4.63;j
Series H-1965 (December)
4.810 .
SeriesH-1966
4.848 .
Series H-1967
.
4 982
Series H-1968 (January to May)
6.070 .
Series H-1968 (June to December)
6.163.
Series H-1969 (January to May)
6.240
Series H-1969 (^une to December)
..
,6.446 .
Series H-1970 (January to May)
6.470
Series H-1970 (June to December)
16,000.00
..
6.600
'6.500
223,000.00
Series H-1971
Series H-1972
6.500
66„382,500.00
Unclassified sales and redemptions . .
7-2,321,600.00
30 Treasur3'^ notes. Series C-1974
•TH
Adjustments ofredemptions 8
_
30 Treasury notes, "Series E-1973
4M
Adjustments of issues 8
. .
-220,000.00
'.'."".IH"
30 Treasury notes. Series E-197'6 ^
-1,377,000.00
Adjustments ofissues *
30 Treasury bonds of 1982 . . .
. . . .
". "QY^"
. •
Adjustments of issues 8
,. 98,000.00
,.
30 U.S. savings notes:fl.
.390,262.86
'?
..
SeriesS-1967....
. . .-4.74,
-6,315.36
4. 74
•.
Series S-1968 (January to May)
800,38L38
Series S-1968 (June to December)
6.00
. 988,178.68
Series S-1969
...
6.00
119,427.03
^.
SeriesS-1970
6.00
-60.76
Unclassified-.

See footfiotes at end of table.




Amount matmed
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3

880,107.94
12,919,211.70
12,671,109.68
6,069,493. 91
8,861,486.94
6,336,781.76
9, 699,126.73
9,078 632.78
17,100,431.27
78,247,294.39
94,240,800.00
16,806,660.71
269,000.00
669,600.00
1 351,000.00
1,820,000.00
1,624,600.00
97,600.00
1,411,000.00
1, 666,000.00
782,000.00
923,000.00
2,484,000.00
3,085 600.00
3,435,000.00
1,962 600.00
1, 921,600.00
1,688, O O 00
C.
78,600.00
1,923,600.00
1,687,600.00
669,500.00
702,000.00
686,500.00
523,000. 00
645,500.00
486,000.00
1, 719,500.00
• a71,000.00
7-6,068,000.00
-5,000.00

1,261,693.46
664,387.76
1,016,086.22
2,494,767. 70
973,681.36
(10)

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 35.—Issues, maturities, and redemptions of interest-bearing public debt
securities, excluding special issues, July 1971-June 1972—Continued
Date

Secm-ities

1972
June 30
30
30
30

U.S. retirenient plan bonds.
Depositary bonds. First Series.
Treasmybonds, REA Series
Treasury bonds. Investment Series B-1976-80.
Redeemed in exchange for:
WA% Treasury notes. Series EA-1977.-..
30 Treasury notes. Series EA-1977. - .
30 Miscellaneous
TotalJune
Total fiscal year 1972

Rate of
interest i

Amount issued 2

Percent
4.30
2.00
2.00
2M

993,641.28
48,000.00

1^

1,275,000.00

Amount matmed
or called or
redeemed prior
to maturity 3
145,963.24
168,000.00
110,000.00
1,276,000.00
49,879,700.00

27,226,892,048.29

30,933,107,746.23

331,639,821,889.80

309,382,271,386.96

1 For Treasury bills, average rate on bank discount basis Is shown; for savings bonds and savings notes,
approximate yield to niaturity is shown.
2 Aniounts shown for savings bonds of series E and savings notes represent issue price plus accrued discount.
3 Aniounts shown for savings bonds of series E and savings notes represent current redeniption value
(issue price plus accrued discount).
4 Average interest rate for combined original and additional issues.
5 At option of owner, series E bonds dated May 1,1941, through Apr. 1,1952, may be held and will accrue
interest for additional 30 years; bonds dated May 1,1952, through Jan. 1,1957, may be held and wiU accrue
interest for additional 20 years; bonds dated on or after Feb. 1,1957, may be held and will accrue interest for
additional 10 years. At option of owner, series H bonds dated June 1,1952, through Jan. 1,1957, may be held
and will accrue interest for additional 20 years; bonds dated Feb. 1,1957, through Nov. 1,1965, may be held
and will accrue interest for additional 10 years.
6 Represents a weighted average of the approximate yield of bonds of various issue dates within the yearly
series if held to matmity or if held from issue date to end of applicable extention period computed on the
basis of bonds outstanding June 30,1971. (See Treasury Cnculars Nos. 653 (8th Revision) and 905 (5th Revision), as revised and amended, for details of yields by issue dates for series E and 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.
» Redeemable after 1 yeai- from issue date. At option of owner, savings notes may be held and will accrue
interest for additional 10 yeais.
1 Unclassified redeniptions of savings notes are included in unclassified redemptions of series E savings
0
bonds begirming May 1,1968.
11 Settleraent made subsequent to last day of month in which bills matured.
1 Represents an additional $204,310,000 on each of 14 series of outstanding Treasm-y bills issued in a strip
2
to mature each week from Mar. 30 to July 8,1972.




tSl)

O
Ci-

TABLE 36.—Allotments hy investor classes on subscriptions for public marketable securities, fiscal year 1972
[In milhons of dollars. On basis of subscription and allotment reports]
PAET I.—TREASURY BILLS O T H E R THAN R E G U L A R WEEKLY SERIES
Date of
financing

Date of maturity

July 6
July 31

Sept. 21, 1971..
/Apr. 30, 1972..
tJuly31, 1972..
Aug. 31..../May 31, 1972..
lAug. 31, 1972..
Sept. 30...-/June 30, 1972..
tSept. 30,1972..
Oct.31
/July 31, 1972..
\Oct. 31, 1972...
Nov. 30..../Aug. 31, 1972..
INov. 30, 1972..
Dec. l....r= Apr. 21, 1972..
Dec. 13
June 21, 1972..
Dec. 29
/Apr. 21, 1972-.
IJune 21, 1972..
Dec. 31
/Sept. 30, 1972..
\Dec. 31, 1972..
1972
Jan. 31
Feb. 29
Mar. 31
Apr. 30
May 31

June 30

Average
rate
(percent)

033 .
944 .
953
090 .
125
242 .
279
498 .
490
580 .
563
558 .
273 .
846 .
056 .
930
927

Allotments by investor classes

Amount issued
1-year
series

9-month
series i

Tax
anticipation
series

Other
series

U.S. Government accounts
and Federal
Reserve banks

175
540
250
407
175
425
150
517
200
345

1, 202 .
500 .
1, 200 .
500 .
1, 201 .
500 .
1, 200 .
500 .
2,506 .
2,010 .
4 1,526 .
4 1,016 .

150
468

1,200

Commercial
banks

Pi
Corporations 2

1,748
215
319
56
360
136
217
147
200
192
392
2,090 .......
2,004
1,520
1,012
128
198

8
15
5
21
20
46
1
2
11
21
..

10
11

Dealers and
brokers

94
219
184
374
1
464
182
442
80
411
400

109
482

All other 3

*
n
O

n

4
11
109
5
38
168
49
20
39
17
32
16
6
6
4
104
41

•"g
M
ZP

o
Pi

•3
-

>

Pi
y<

o
^
H

/Oct. 31,1972...
IJan. 31,1973...
/Nov. 30, 1972..
\Feb. 28,1973..
(Dec. 31,1972..
JMar. 31,1973..
J Jan. 31, 1973...
lApr.30,1973..
/Feb. 28,1973..
IMay 31,1973..
(Mar. 31,1973..
U u n e 30,1973..

See footnotes at end of table.




3.891
3.936
3.862.
4.091
4.512
4.661
4.234
4.382
4.367
4.466
4.754
4.853

500 .
1,200
500 .
1,200
1,201
500 .
1,200
1,200

501
501 .

1,201

150
558
125
424
150
543
150
695
175
553
150

334
103
345
112
297
151
271
50
342
149
412

()
*

()
*
()
*

12
5
10
15
16

10
8
11

218
244
123
384
135
232
83
210
185
270
126
241

66
52
144
37
89
113
116
24
91
25
70

S
H
g

1
y<

[In millions of dollars]
PART IL—SECURITIES O T H E R T H A N T R E A S U R Y BILLS
Allotments by investor classes

Issue
Amount issued
Date of
financing

1971
Aug. 15
Aug. 16
Sept. 8
Oct. 22

Descriptions

f7% note, Nov. 15, 1975-D.
17% bond, Aug. 15, 1981
6M% note, Feb. 15, 1973-C..
QH% note, Nov. 15,1976-D.
53^% note, Feb. 15, 1975-E
[4J^% note, Nov. 15, 1973-D
Nov. 15 6% note, Nov. 15, 1978-B
[QYsfq bond, Aug. 15, 1981
1972
note.
Feb. 15 15%% bond, May 15, 1978-E
3Y8%
Feb. 15, 1982
Apr. 3 5K% note. May 15, 1975-F
r4%% note. May 15,1973-E
May 15 L8H% bond, Feb. 15,1982«

For
cash

195
2,514
1, 283
2,045
2, 768
24
66
1, 776
1, 279
505

In exchange
for other
securities

3,115
613

U.S. Government
accounts
and Federal
Reserve
banks

592
351

1,500
8,207
1,192

1,500
2,915
873

2,802
2,131

420
554

2,514

2,514

Commercial
banks 8

Insmance
companies

Private
Mutual Corpo- pension
savmgs rations 2 and rebanks
tirement
funds

State and local
governments 8
Pension
and reth-ement
funds

1,542
112
2,038
1,046
1,833
1,566
3,197
298

130
210
57
15
9
15
240
31

59
8
2
2
1
1
47
6

35
9
5
1
1
4
33
1

37
8
38
5
35
52
51
4

9
2
2
1
1
1 ..
19
2

1,446
777
1,605
1,231
353

85
221
15
6
15

23
79
1

26
29
4

36
27
24
4
1

5
21
1

•Less than $500,000.
1 Additional issue of bills with original matmity 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
investments of foreign balances and international accounts in this country. Also includes certain Government deposit accounts and Government-sponsored agencies.
4 Reopening of earlier issue.
8 Excludes l}4 percent Treasury EA and EO notes issued in exchange for nonmarketable 2H percent Treasmy bonds. Investment Series B-1975-80.




Individuals'

(*)
(*)

(*)
(*)

(*)
(*)

3
2

(*)
(*)

1
9
2
1
26
1

(*)
(*)

Other
funds

94 6
52
21
14
53
235
3
85
46
1
2
1

Dealers
All
and
other«
brokers

405
76
272
125
46
992
1,150
185

209
24
52
67
104
84
311
13

558
296
70
10
125

117
121
54
26
10

^
>;
H
zn
H

^
>
hi

yn
H
izj

6 Includes trust companies and stock savhigs banks.
7 Includes partnerships and personal trust accounts.
8 Consists of trust, sulking, and investment funds of State and local govemments, and
their agencies.
«Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, and investments of
foreign balances and intemational accounts in this country. Also Includes certain
Government deposit accounts and Government-sponsored agencies.
NOTE.—Allotments from July 15, 1953, through May 15, 1959, "wDl be found in the
1959 Annual Report, pp. 528-530. For succeeding fiscal years see corresponding tables
in successive Annual Reports, and for current figmes see monthly Treasury Bulletin.

to

o

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CD

T A B L E 37.—Allotments of Treasury notes issued during fiscal year 1972, by Federal Reserve districts
[In t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
Pi
7 percent Series D-1975 issued i n exchange for i—
8 H percent
Series F-1971
T r e a s u r y notes
maturing
A u g . 15, 1971

F e d e r a l Reserve district

4 percent
Treasmy bonds
of 1971 m a t m i n g
A u g . 15, 1971

T o t a l issued

21,144
731,557
53,300
59,236
64, 238
53,193
178,284
69,257
20,293
53,193
89,699
40,340
3,109

37,540
903,755
46,371
80,190
29,084
47,503
217,195
82,404
44,067
75,704
64,774
78,173
3,000

T o t a l allotments
E x c h a n g e d i n concurrent offering

1,406,843
201,525

1,707,760
410,646

3,114,803
812,071 .

Total exchanged.
N o t s u b m i t t e d for exchange

1,608,388
649,002

2,118,308
687,317

3,728,674 .
1,336,319 .

2,257,370

2,805,623

5,062,993 .

B oston
NewYork.
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond

Atlanta
Chicago
St.Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas'City
DaUas
SanFrancisco
Treasury

.

..

. . .

. . . . .
:

.

.. . . . V

T o t a l eligible for exchange
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




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

.

. . .

.....

-

58,684
1,635,312
99,671
139,426
93,322
100,698
395,479
141,661
84,360
128,897
134,473
118,513
8,109

bYs p e r c e n t
Series F-1976
notes 2

6 K percent
Series C-1973
notes 2

QH percent
Series D-1976
notes 2

118,132
929,851
188,894
133,265
68,909
88,421
345,448
77,510
218,769
112,132
36,480
215,781
639

29,884
425,467
30,098
81,218
28,688
46,440
210,161
54,087
158,389
62,920
21,052
136,657
235

68,388
558,812
42,699
68,648
44,142
• 129,759
316,098
73,314
382,745
93,025
73,750
195,786
103

2, 514,231

1, 283, 296

2,046,169

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districts—Continued

[In t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
6 percent Series B-1978 notes issued in exchange for i
63^ percent
Series D-1972
T r e a s u r y notes
matm-ing
M a v 15, 1972

4 percent
Treasm-y b o n d s
of 1972 n i a t u r i n g
A u g . 15, 1972

5 percent
Series E-1972
Treasm-y notes
maturing
A u g . 15, 1972

13,82S
839,463
20,868
81,096
23, .382
69,376
195,576
50,382
28.983
52; 807
37,208
31,592
1,653

12,729
410,135
5,877
22,930
2,598
14,855
61,189
23,125
3,173
16,678
9,269
19,184
210

20,512
643,999
27,520
26,332
16,919
25,422
107,385
37,437
28,4-29
27,568
22,973
78,399
4,081

8,263
404,966
19,593
34,670
19,092
37,676
108,149
50,977
26,782
29,722
20,280
82,187
1,012

97,993
5,523.099
113,873
228,931
97,030
251,418
749,242
279,150
144,886
222,626
186,016
291,8'23
21,410

3,109,017
487, 253

1, UQ, 212
187,348

601, 950
57,871

1,066.976
58, 307

841, 369
35, 792

8, 207,497
1,191,909

730, 481
236, 522

3, 598, 270
2, 240,127

1. 633, 560
3, 676, 454

659, 821
1, 377, 449

1,125, 283
1,453, 264

877,161
2,574,393

9, 390, 406
11,862, 402

967,003

5,838,397

6,310,014

•2,037,270

2,578,547

3,451,554

21,281,808

3>8 percent
Treasury bonds
of 1971 m a i m i n g
N o v . 15, 1971

53^ percent
Series B-1971
T r e a s m y notes
niaturing
N o v . 15, 1971

TH percent
Series G-1971
T r e a s u r y notes
maturing
N o v . 15, 1971

7,771
324,401
4,264
" 10,461
4,458
28,273
60,765
16,466
5,760
14,926
7.952
23,431
290

9,493
417,030
12,012
21,772
3,243
25,697
62,496
23,398
13.351
24; 694
10,952
7,600
1,017

25.397
2,483,105
23,739
31,670
27,340
50,119
156,682
77,365
38,408
56,231
77.384
49,430
13,147

T o t a l allotraents
E x c h a n g e d in concurrent offering

509, 218
267, 612

632, 755
97, 726

T o t a l exchanged
N o t s u b m i t t e d for exchange

776,830
304,103

F e d e r a l Reserve district

Boston
NewYork
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St.Louis
Minneapolis
KansasCity
Dallas
SanFrancisco
Treasury

T o t a l eligible for exchange

.

1.081.023

43<t percpnt
Series B-1972
T r e a s u r y notes
maturing
M a y 15, 1972

Total
issued

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[In thousands of dollars]
b H p e r c e n t Series E-1976 notes issued i n exchange for i—

4J^ percent
Series D-1973
notes 2
108,156
3,104,886
40,911
81,578
28,536
45,305
296,807
46,758
43,608
48,830
81,879
340,499
123

7,648
288,693
7,551
16,867
6,279
23,957
84,386
11,918
9,687
24,884
17,459
15,539
301

58,841
929,319
40,037
67,252
38,852
60,800
222,908
77,848
44,320
66,587
• 68,022
142, 782
4,404

8,907
281,468
6,605
9,348
3,325
19,308
74,622
13,828
7,489
28,073
9,874
24,433
621

75,294
1,479,388
63,193
93,487
47,456
104,063
381,916
103,692
61,396
119,624
95,155
182,754
6,228

3 4,287,854

513,847
65,124

1,821,972
143,858

.486,685
203,092

2,802,404
401,874 .

588,971
230,868

1,965, 630
723,910

669,677
310,459

B oston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
DaUas
.....
San Francisco
Treasury

.

Total aUotments
Exchanged in concmrent offering..
Total exchanged
Not submitted for exchange
Total eligible for exchange...

799,829

2,689,540.

980,136

%

3,204,278 .
1,286,227 .
4,469,505

Federal Reserve district

7 H percent
Series C-1972
T r e a s u r y notes
matmuig
F e b . 15, 1972

4 percent
Treasury
b o n d s of 1972
matmhig
F e b . 15, 1972

4M percent
Series A-1972
Treasm-y notes
matming
F e b . 15, 1972

%
Total
issued

6J^ percent
Series F-1976
notes 2

^ H percent
Series E-1973
notes 2

89,088
400,182
60,685
134,056
25,718
110,552
288,640
76,717
303,033
114,697
48,222
134,381
638

86,384
2,756,506
38,263
78,920
12,634
39,362
148,941
29,024
209,517
156,634
18,887
223,148
221

1,778,409

4 3,792,411

LJ
1 All subscriptions were aUotted in fuU.
2 Sold at auction.
3 Of this amount, $1,500,000,000 was Issued to Federal Reserve banks and Government
accounts in exchange for maturing securities.




4 Of this amount, $2,513,666,000 was issued to Federal Reserve banks and Government accounts in exchange for matming secmities.

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[In thousands of doUars]
7 percent Treasury bonds of 1981 issued in exchange for i
Federal Reserve district

Boston
New York
PhUadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond.
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis..
MinneapoUs
Kansas City
Dallas
SanFrancisco
Treasury
Total aUotments.
Exchanged in concurrent offering
Total exchanged
Not submitted for exchange
Total eUgible for exchange.

SH p e r c e n t
Series F-1971
T r e a s m y notes
matming
A u g . 16,1971

4 percent
Treasmy
b o n d s of 1971
matming
A u g . 16, 1971

Issued for
cash

T o t a l issued

n

979
173,708
1,696
1,656
1,657
997
10,913
2, 218
1,877
1,764
2,873
933
354

12,449
313,431
8,964
11,575
3,591
6,032
21,514
7,163
4,221
8,708
4,301
9,087
610

11,248
27,531
11,415
25,707
7,648
12,810
48,470
9,475
2,999
10,154
4,729
17,796
4,982

24,676
514, 670
22,075
38,938
12,696
18,839
80,897
18,856
9,097
20,828
11,903
27,815
5,846

201,625
1,406,843
1,608,368
849,002
2,257,370

410,546
1,707,760
2,118,306
687,317
2,805,623

194,863

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^
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806,934
3,114,803
3,728,674
1,336,319
5,062,993

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[In t h o u s a n d s of dollars]

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F e d e r a l Reserve district

Boston
New York.
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
S t . Louis
Minneapolis
EZansas C i t y
DaUas
S a n Francisco
Treasury

.

Z% p e r c e n t
5 ^ percent
7H percent
4M percent
QH p e r c e n t
Treasmy
Series B-1971 Series G-1971 Series B-1972 Series D-1972
b o n d s of 1971 T r e a s u r y notes T r e a s u r y notes T r e a s u r y notes T r e a s u r y notes
maturing
maturing
matm-ing
maturing
maturing
N o v . 15, 1971 N o v . 16, 1971 N o v . 15, 1971
M a y 16, 1972
M a y 15, 1972
2,108
252,389
200
383
588
2,423
2,241
1,299
12
677
2,100
3,000
292

4 percent
5 percent
Treasury
Series E-1972
b o n d s of 1972 T r e a s u r y notes
matm-ing
maturing
A u g . 16, 1972
A u g . 15, 1972

87,538
76
42
357
507
4,692
2,017
475
495
539
863
26

.42
443,584
313
770
1,6-24
5,519
19,505
2,403
3,069
1,209
6,387
2,745
103

187,348
1,448,212

57,871
601,950

58,307
1,088, 976

35, 792
841,369 ..
877,161 ..
2, 574,393

796
173,795
722
489
295
1,008
2,988
4,053
381
1,330
268
1,234
31

320
48,886
605
80
212
600
677
3,276
400
606
4
2,677
28

1,620
38,616
2,159
215
1,442
828
9,045
615
568
3,217
1,616
255
111

T o t a l allotments
E x c h a n g e d in concurrent offering...

267,612
509,218

97,728
632,755

487, 253
3,109, 017

T o t a l exchanged
N o t s u b m i t t e d for exchange

778,830
304 193

730,481
238,522

3, 596, 270
2, 240,127

1,633,560
3,878,454

659,821
1,377,449

1,125, 283
1,453,264

967,003

5,836,397

5,310,014

2,037, 270

5
8,979
1,399
436
2, 744
18,165

825
66
4,000

25
1,348

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Issued
for cash

Total
issued

569
1,928
1,478
1,214
548
6,518
•2,176
3,162
380
6,203
526
1,014
837

6,559
1,051,615
6,952
3,629
5,068
19,047
59,368
17,450
5,331
16,537
11,445
13,136
1,228

24,352

1, 216, 261
8,207,497

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T o t a l eUgible for exchange

1,081,023

9,399,408
11,882,402

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QH percent T r e a s u r y b o n d s of 1982 issued in exchange for i—
4M p e r c e n t
T^-i p e r c e n t
Series A-1972
Series C-1972
Treasury
Treasury
notes m a t u r i n g notes m a t u r i n g
F e b . 16. 1972
F e b . 15, 1972

F e d e r a l R e s e r v e district

Boston
NewYork.
PhUadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St.Louis
MmneapoUs
KansasCity
Dallas
San F r a n c i s c a Treasury

..---

Total allotments.
Exchanged in concmrent
offermg

4,823
20,769
8,502
11,663
4,407
8,291
28,941
15,899
4,335
19,032
7,829
8,899
2,278

2,057
169,539
3,705
3,889
1,273
3,068
14,574
6,119
1,482
4,645
1,224
1,796
721

858
140,303
299
1,394
3,667
2,808
16,095
4,587
979
3,076
2,996
2,024
108
179,194

4V^ p e r c e n t
TH p e r c e n t
Treasury
Series D-1974
b o n d s of 1972
Treasury
maturing
notes m a t u r i n g
F e b . 16, 1974
M a y 15, 1974

^ H percent
Treasury'
b o n d s of 1974
maturing
M a v 15, 1974

Issued
for cash

13,018
398,668
18,560
28,607
10,414
24,451
82,417
15,711
12,162
11,841
15,392
27,260
653
.

792
113,889
2,080
18,088
247
1,043
22,478
2,383
1,835
2,324
5,124
1,549
,107

19,259
411,882
26,121
47,097
8,956
19,056
91,805
14,920
22,148
19,336
22,092
14,839
3,289

1,850
8,004
4,699
7,262
2,232
5,990
12,318
6,352
996
9,768
1,433
3,746
1,748

656,942

171,717

720,800

88,298

Total
issued

• 6 ^ percent
Treasury
b o n d s of
19822

43,186
1,284,774
64,652
117,635
31,772
65,887
277,278
68,544
44,340
72,638
58,131
58,651
9,437

19,109
199,134
60,814
15,399
4, 221
• 18,739
45,106
14, 577
13,435
12, 267
3,329
108, 651
590

2,196,825

I

505,371

55,124

143,658

203,092

513,847

1,821,972

486,585

568,971
230,858

1,965,630
723,910

669,677
310,459

179,194
2,960, 080

656.942
2,468; 200

171,717
4,333, 508

720,800
2,855,134

4,932,931.
13,882,174 .

799,829

2,689, 540

980,138

3,139,274

3,125,142

4,505,223

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T o t a l exchanged
N o t s u b m i t t e d for e x c h a n g e .
T o t a l eUgible for
exchange

531
31,820
716
1,745
578
1,180
8,852
3,573
603
2,616
2,041
538
533

4 percent
TH p e r c e n t
Treasury
Series C-1974
b o n d s of 1972
Treasury
maturing
notes m a t u r i n g
F e b . 15, 1972
F e b . 15, 1974

•

2,802,404 .

1 AU subscriptions w e r e allotted in full.
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TABLE 39.—Statutory debt retirements, fiscal years 1918-72

[In thousands of doUars. On basis of par amounts and of daUy Treasmy statements through 1947, and on
basis of Public Debt accounts thereafter, see "Bases of Tables"]

Fiscal year

1918-351936 .
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945.
1946
1947.
1948
1949
1950
1961
1952
1953
1954.. .
1955
1956
1957.
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962.
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967 .
1988
1969.
1970
1971
1972
Total

Repayments of
foreign
debt

Cumulative
sulking
fund

5,349, 836 1, 579,132
403,238
142
103,815
210
65,116
120
48, 518
128,349 .
37,011 .
75,342 .
3,460 .
-1 .

.

746,636
7,498
1,816
839
651
241

Bonds Bonds
Payments
received Fran- from net
and
notes for loans chise tax earnings
from
received
receipts. Federal
PubUc Federal Interfor
Works Reserve mediate
estate
credit
taxes Adminis- banks
tration
banks
66,278

149,809
"""8,'095"
134
1,321
668

.
.
.
.
.
.

Commodity
Credit
Corporation
capital
repayments

Miscellaneous
gifts,
forfeitures,
etc.

Total

2,506

\ 16,954 7,163,614
403,240
1
14
103,971
65,466
139
'"'i"bb\'
58,246
12
129,184
16
685
64,260
16
648 ""25,"364"
94,722
6
315
18,393
4
3,463
2
3
2
2
4
4
(2)

1,634
45,609 8 209, 828 1, Oil, 636
178
7,768
8 81
261 •"48,"943"
61,709
8 690
394
1,232
300
861
285
626
387
387
231
231
462
763,089
139
139

8,028

762,627 .
-57 .

-57

1,000,000 .

4 1,000
»68,000
«73,100
M2,336
.

8,734,833

1,579,606

66,278

1,000,000
1,000
68,000
73,100
12,336

,

18,246

149,809

9,825

138,209

371,206 11,068,011

»Includes $4,842,066.45 written off the debt Dec. 31,1920, for fractional currency estimated 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 public debt receipts.
3 Represents payments from net earnings, War Damage Corporation.
* 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 will never be presented for redemption.
3 Represents $15,000,000 national bank notes, $1,000,000, Federal Reserve bank notes, and $16,000,000
silver certificates, all 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; all ofwhich have been determined pursuant
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 bank notes. $13,500,000 national bank
notes, and $14,500,000 sUver certificates, all issued before July 1,1929; $6,000,000 gold certificates prior to 1934
series; $100,000 Treasury notes of 1890; and $14,000,000 Federal Reserve notes (prior to series of 1928); aU of
which were determined on Nov. 16, 1964, pursuant 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 bank 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); all ofwhich were determined on May 26,1966, pmsuant to 31 U.S.C. 912-916, to have been destroyed or Irretrievably lost.




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APPENDIX

T A B L E 40.—Cumulative sinking fund, fiscal years 1921-72
[On basis of Public Debt accounts, see "Bases of Tables"]
PAET I.—APPROPRIATIONS AND E X P E N D I T U R E S
[In millions of dollars]

Fiscal year

Appropriations

1921- 46
1947.
1948.
1949.
1950..
1961.
1952.
1963..
1954.
1955
1956.
1957
19.58
1959.
1980
1981.
1982.
1963
1984
1965.
1966
1967
1988
1969..
1970
1971
1972

11,73L9
687.6
603.6
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
680.8
680.8
680.8
680.8

Total.,
D e d u ct c u m ii l a t i v e expenditures

28,564.9 8,727.1 .

Unexpe n d e d balance

D e b t retired 2
Available
for expendi- t m e during Par amount
Cost
year»
(principal)

19,837.8 .

P A R T 11.-- T R A N S A C T I O N S

6,626.0
6,112.6 .
6.716.0
6,589.0
7,201.2
7,819.2
8.438.1
9,057.4
9,676.9
10,296. 7 .
10, 920. 5
10,79L2 .
11,424.5 .
12, 057. 9
12,69L3 .
13.348.4
13,029.3
13.710.1 .
14,39L0 .
15,07L8 .
16,752. 7 .
16.433.5 .
17,114.4 .
17.795.2 .
18,476.1 19,156.9 .
19,837.8 .

6,214.7

6,207.0

746.6
7.6
L8
.8
.6
.2

746.6
7.5
L8
.8
.6
.2

762.6

762.6

1,000. 0

1,000. 0

8,734.8

8,727.1

ON A C C O U N T OF T H E CUMULATIVE SINKING F U N D
F I S C A L Y E A R 1972

Unexpended balance July 1,1971
$19,166,905,573.60
Appropriation for 1972 :
Initial credit:
(a) Under the Victory Liberty Loan Act {2\i percent of the
aggregate amount of Liberty bonds and Victory notes
outstanding on July 3,1920, 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 {2\^ percent of the aggregate amount of expenditures from appropriations made or authorized under
this act)
7,860,608.83
(c) Under the National Industrial Recovery Act (2^i2 percent
of the aggregate amount of expenditures from appropriations made or authorized under this act)
80,164,079.63
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 or in previous years)
Total avaUable 1972
Unexpendedbalance June 30,19722

^

341,429,65L 23

339,419,534.24

680,849,085.47
19,837,754,659.07

_

19,837,754,659.07

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 Treasmer of the United States.
2 Net discount on debt retired through Jime 30,1972, Is $7.7 mlUion.
NOTE.—Comparable annual data for 1921 through 1946 are shown In the 1962 Annual Report, p. 726.




216

1 - 2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
97
III. U.S. savings bonds and notes

TABLE 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings honds hi
fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972 12
[In miUIons of dollars]
Amount
outstanding 3

Redemptions
Fiscal year or
nionth

Sales

Accrued
discount

plus
accrued
discount

Total

Original
purchase
price

Matm-ed
noninterestbearing

Accrued I n t e r e s t discount bearing

Series E a n d H
1941-55
1966
1967
1958
1959.
1960
1981
1962
1963
1984
1965
1966
1967
1968-.-.
1989
1970
1971
1972
Total through
J u n e 30, 1972..

79,203.6
6,259.9
4,613.0
4,670.1
4,506.0
4,307.0
4,463.7
4,42L6
4,618.0
4,666.4
4,643.0
4,660.1
4,965.4
4,738.9
4,649.7
4,449.2
6,08L9
5,939.0

9,183.8
1,114.1
1,132.6
1,160.7
1,174.6
1,194.2
1,253.7
1,331.0
1,386.6
1,458.0
1,602.1
1,54L6
1,818.6
1,730.7
L787.7
1,84L4
2,056.0
2,310.2

88,387.4
6,374.0
6,746.6
5,830.8
6,680.4
6,60L2
6,717.4
6,762.5
5,904.5
8,114.4
6,045.1
6,19L 7
6,583.9
6,469.5
6,337.6
6,290.6
7,137.9
8,249.3

49,102.2
4,730.1
5,176.2
6,187.1
6,106.8
5,502.2
4,828.7
4,603.3
4,600.5
4,736.3
4,987.4
5,304.6
5,448.7
5,714.7
6,198.2
6,720.6
6,416.1
5,33L2

45,969.3
4,089.1
4,444.0
4,431.9
4,309.8
4,616.3
3,906.8
3,872.7
3,758.5
3,98L8
4,154.1
4,407.5
4,536.7
4,738.6
6,112.2
6,484.0
4,334.0
4,300.2

159,636.6

34,777.3

194,313.8

138,392.9

120,426.6

17,967.3

66,921.4

457.6
618.3
414.6
406.9
467.0
439.4
62L3
636.6
58L8
602.3
573.1
532.2

208.3
176.0
183.1
189.6
174.4
202.6
212.8
183.1
196.6
199.2
18L8
204.7

685.9
69L3
597.6
698.5
83L4
642.1
734.1
719.6
777.5
70L6
764.8
736.9

447. 2
468. 9
426.6
381.8
400.1
429.2
625.0
448.2
,458.0
428.0
446.7
473.6

363.4
382.0
347.6
31L0
328.2
360.7
410.8
356.0
368.6
340.1
360.6
383.6

83.8
86.9
78.2
70.8
73.9
78.6
114.3
92.2
89.4
87.9
86.2
90.0

22L4
443.8
816.7
830.5
06L9
274.8
483.8
765.3
076.0
348.7
657.9
92L4

31,( 16.6
688.3
268.4

836.9
99.1
83.4
66.2
63.6
46.0
32.1
27.4
2L6
17.7
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
1.2

31,933.3
686.0
36L8
65.2
53.6
46.0
32.1
27.4
21.6
17.7
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
1.2

336.6
164.2
168.6
116.9
73.8
12B.1
59.1
60.9
19.0
26.6
24.4
34.6
38.1
28.8
16.7
3.3
Ll

19,080.3
16,567. 8
13,123. 5
9,842. 2
7,786.7
4,829. 0
3,708. 4
2,651.9
1,954. 9
1,662. 8
1, 248.1
856.7
398.6
140.0

1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January
February
March
AprU
May...
June

3,132.9
660.9
732.2
756.3
797.0
885.9
720.8
730.6
742.0
764.6
833.3
897.1
912.9
976.1
1,086.0
1,238.8
1,082.2
1,03L0

39.285.1 .
40,929.1 .
41,498.6.
42,142.2.
42,716.842,714.8.
43,806.6.
44,954.8.
48,368.8.
47,736.9.
48,794.6.
49,88L6.
60,818.9 .
51,67L7.
61,710.9.
61,28L0.
53,002.8.
65,92L4.

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

S e r i e s F , G, J, a n d K
1941-56
1956.
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1982
1983
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
Total through
June 30,1972....

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

31,951. 2

1971—July..
.A^ugust
September..
October
November..
December..
1972—January
February...
March
AprU
May.
June
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




1,323. 2

33, 274.4

12,634.4
12, 298. 8
3,104. 8
2,940. 6
3,773.6 . 3,606. 0
3, 234. 6
3,360. 6
2,063. 4
2,137. 2
3,049.3
2,921. 2
1,188.0
1,128. 8
1,109. 9
1,069. 0
'770.7
72L7
426.3
399.8
ZbT. 6
333.1
418.3
383.7
472.3
434.2
268.0
239.1
124.3
140.0
23.7
27.0
7.1
8.2
6.4
8.2
33,240.1

31,923.6

.3
.6
.6
.8
.2
.3
.4
.3

.

1,316.4 .

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

218.4
312.8
334.7
33L0
302.8
257.3
221..8
196.8
143.7
127.4
99.3
86.6
80.2
74.7
75.8
48.7
40.6
34.3
34.3
39.9
39.6
38.8
38.2
37.9
37:236.6
35.8
35.6
35.1
34.7
34.3

217

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 4:1.—Sal es and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series.

fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972 i 2—Continued
Redemptions
Fiscal year or
month

Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
Total
discount

Original
pmchase
price

Exchanges
Accrued
OfE
disjondsfor
count H bonds

Amount
outstanding
(interestbearing)

Series E
1941-56
1966
1957
1968
1969.
1960
1961..
1982
1963
1984
1966
1966
1967..
1968.
19691970
1971
1972.

-.
-.
..
-.
..
..
..
-.
..
..
..
-.
..
-.
...
..
..

77,018.7
4,219.3
3,919.2
3,888.8
3,688.0
3,603.2
3,689.2
3,674.3
3,914.0
4,136.6
4,112.3
4,246.7
4,698.8
4,466.8
4,343.2
4,288.8
4,870.2
6,860.2

9,183. 8
1,114.1
1,132.6
1,180.7
1,174. 6
1,194. 2
1,253.7
1,33L0
1,386.6
1,468. 0
1,602.1
1,641. 6
1,818. 6
1,730.7
1,787.7
1,841.4
2,056. 0
2,310.2

Total through
J u n e 30, 1972.. . . 148,326.1 34,777.3
433.6
494.2
399.4
387.1
436.8
418.3
498.3
505.6
65L0
476.0
648.1
505.8

1971—July
August
Septeniber
October
November
December
1972—January
February
Mai-ch.
AprU
May
June

208.3
175.1
183.1
189.6
174.4
202.6
212.8
183.1
196.6
199.2
18L8
204.7

88, 202.6
6,333. 4
5,051. 8
6,049. 3
4,882. 5
4,797. 4
4,942. 9
6,006. 3
5,300.4
5,693.6
5,614. 4
6,787.3
6, 217.3
8,198. 4
6,130. 9
6,130.3
6, 926. 3
7,980.5

3,132. 9
660.9
732.2
756.3
797.0
885.9
720.8
730.6
742.0
764.6
833.3
897.1
912.9
976.1
1,086. 0
1,236. 8
1,082. 2
1,031. 0

49,018.1 45,883. 2
4,822. 0
3,961. 0
4, 980. 8
4, 248. 5
4,951. 0 - 4,195. 8
4,889. 4
4,092. 4
4, 294. 7
5,180. 6
4,393. 8
3, 672. 9
4,343.3
3, 612. 6
4, 202. 9
3,461.0
4,363.1
3,608.6
4,538. 4
3,705. 0
4,800. 6
3,903. 6
4,895.3
3,982.4
5,164.1
4,178. 0
6,547. 8
4,481. 8
6, 958. 9
4,722.3
4, 959. 5
3,877.3
4,972.1
3,941.1

20L3
188.3
218.8
19L3
208.3
188.1
212.5
218.1
195. 6
183.7
209.5
23L4
292.2

37,186.4
37,897.8
37,989. 0
38,067.2
38,040. 3
37,456. 7
37,816. 6
38, 260.1
39,186. 2
40,190. 4
41,078. 4
41,852.8
42, 958. 8
43,805.4
44, 207. 9
44,166:7
46,902.1
48,598. 3

2,734. 8

48,598. 3

183,102. 4 131,769.3

113,802.1

17,987.3

417.2
434.6
394.8
364.0
37L1
402.3
492.6
418.9
425.8
399.8
416.6
446.6

333.3
347.7
316.6
283.2
297. 3
323.9
378.2
326.8
336.4
3n.8
330.3
355.6

83.8
86.9
78.2
70.8
73.9
78.4
114.3
92.1
89.4
87.9
85.2
90.0

84L9
669.2
682.6
576.6
81L2
620.9
709.1
688.6
746.7
875.3
727.9
710.6

. 24.2 46,102. 6
23.5 46,313.7
22.3 46,479. 2
16.3 46,686. 5
18.3 46,907.2
17.7 47,108. 2
28.2 .47, 296. 6
27.2' 47,639.1
3L8
47,828. 2
26.6 48,077.1
28.3 48,381.1
27.8 48,598. 3

Series H
1962-55
1956__.
1957 - .
1958
1959 .
1980
1961
1982.
1963
1964
1965.
1968
1967
1968
1989
1970
1971
1972

..
..
. .

Total through
J u n e 30 1972 . .
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January
February
March
AprU
May
June

2,184. 9
1,040.6
693.8
78L6
818.0
703.9
774.6
747.2
804.1
620.8
430.7
404.4
368.6
273.1
208.5
160.4
21L7
288.8

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
208.6
160.4
21L7
288«8

11,21L4

11,211. 4

6,623. 6

6,623.6

24.0
22.1
16.1
19.9
20.3
2L 1
26.0
31.0
30.8
26.3
27.0
26.4

24.0
22.1
16,1
19.9
20.3
2L1
26.0
3L0
30.8
26.3
27.0
26.4

30.0
34.3
30.9
27.8
28.9
26.9
32.6
29.3
32.2
28.3
30.3
27.8

30.0
34.3
30.9
27.8
28.9
28.9
32.6
29.3
32.2
28.3
30.3
27.8

Footnotes at end of table.




86.1
108.1
195.6
236.1
217.4
32L6
232.9
280.1
297.6
373.3
449.0
604.0
653.4
660.6
660. 4 .
76L8
468.6
369.1

88.1
108.1
195. 5
238.1
217.4
32L6
232.9
200.1
297.5
373. 3
449.0
604.0
663.4
580.6
660.4
761.8
456.8
369.1

.
.
.

2,098. 7
3,031.2
3, 529. 6
4,076. 0
. 4,676.6
5,259.1
20L3
188.3
6,989.0
6, 694. 7
218.6
19L3
7,192. 6
7,648. 4
206.3
7,716.1
188.1
212.6
7,829. 0
216.1
7,868. 2
196.6
7,786. 3
183.7
7,608.1
209.5
7,114. 2
23L4 . 7,100. 6
292.2
7,323. 2
2,734.8

7,323. 2

24.2
7,118.8
23.6
7,130.1
7,138. 6
22.3
16.3
7,145. 0
18.3 - 7,164.7
17.7
7,166. 6
7,187.2
28.2
7,216.1
27.2
3L8
7,246. 8
28.6
7,27L 6
7,296.7
28.3
7,323.2
27.8

218

19'72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREAStJRY

TABLE 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds hi/ series.
fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972 i 2_Continued
Redemptions
Fiscal year or m o n t h

Accrued
discount

Sales

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Original
pmchase
price

Total

Amo unt
o u t s t a r lding 3
Accrued Interest
d i s c o u n t bearing

Matured
noninterestbearing

SeriesF
1941-55
1968.
1967
1968
1959
1980
1961...
1962..
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969...
1970
1971
1972

4,957.6
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

826.9
87.7
67.6
47.1
35.7
27.8
15.4
10.6
5.0
1.4

(*)

-

-

Total through
June 30,1972....
1971-July.
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January.
February
March
AprU
May
June

(*)

.-- - - - ....

--.

5,784.6
87.7
67.6
47.1
35.7
27.8
15.4
10.6
5.0
L4

4,957.7

1,126.1

6,082.8

2,800.0
, 666.3
709.3
487.9
286.2
483.6
212.3
,177.9
167.4
, 67.3
8.6
3.4
2.7'
2.1
1.3
1.4
.7
.8

2,464.8
602.3
644.8
377.6
216.3
370.3
157.9
132.5
124.3
49.9
6.4
2.6
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
.5
.6

335.1
163.0
184.6
110.0
69.9
113.1
64.4
45.4
43.1
17.5
2.2
.9
.7
.6
.3
.4
.2
.2 .

6,077.0

4,955.3

1,121.8

(*)
(*)
(*)
.

(*)
(*)

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
'**.!

.1
.1
.1
.2

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

.1
.1

(*)

2,876.9
2,249.9
1,698.3
1,169.1
943.9
608.2
331.2
182.9
67.8

5.8
6.6
6.5
6.4
6.4
6.3
6.2
6.1
6.0
5.9
5.8
6.8
6.8

(*)
(*)

I']

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*) .

.1
.1

107.6
167.1
186.8
166.3
131.0
111.1
91.2
72.1
34.9
26.8
18.1
14.7
12.0
10.0
8.7
7.3
6.6
6.8

Series G
1941-55
1956
1967..
1968
1959
1980. .
1961
1962 .
1963..
1964
1986 .
1966
1987
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
Total through
June 30,1972....
1971—July
August
September
• October...
Noveniber
December.
1972-January...
Februarv
March
AprU.
May
June

23,437.9

...
_
-.

Footnotes at end of table.




23,437.9

23,437.9

9,743.5
2,300.6
2,719.6
2,606.6
1,668.6
2,055.9
843.9
805.4
496.6
196.8
31.6
16.0
10.4
8.9
6.1
4.8
3.2
2.6

9,743.5
2,300.5
2,719.5
2,506.5
1.668.8
2.055.9
843.9
805.4
496.6
196.8
31.5
16.0
10.4
6.9
6.1
4.8
3.2
2.6

.
.
.
.

111.1
165.4
168.0
176.7
171.8
146.2
130.6
123.7
108.8
100.7
69.2
63.2
42.8
36.9
29.9
25.1
21.8
19. 2

23,418.7

23,418.7 .

19.2

.3
.2
.4
.2

23,437.9

.3
.2 .
.4 .
.2 .

21.5
21.3
20.9
20.7
20.6
20.4
20.3
19.7
19.8
19.6
19.4
19.2

.1
.6
-.1
.2
.3
.2

(*)

.3
.1
.0
-.1
.2
.3
.2

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

-

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

13, 583.3
11,238.6
8,608.3
6,992.1
4,327.4
2,297. 2
1,469.0
670.4
188.7

219

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings honds hy series,
fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972 ^ 2—Continued
Redemptions
Sales

Fiscal year or m o n t h

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Total

A m o lunt
o u t s t a r lding 3

Original
purchase Accrued
discount
price

Matmed
noninterestbearing

Interest
bearing

Series J
1952-66
1956
1967
1968
1969
I960
1961
1962...
1963
1964
1965
1968
1987
1988
1969
1970
1971
1972

(*)
(*)
..........
---

Total through
J u n e 30 1972

972.4

10.0
11.9
16.9
18.1
17.8
18.2
16.7
16.8
18.6
16.3
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
LO

706.8
195.2
108.3
18.1
17.8
18.2
16.7
16.8
16.0
16.3
14.9
12.1
7.8
3.9
1.0

33.7
69.6
106.5
98.4
51.2
144.2
39.1
37.2
33.2
46.2
87.6
124.4
136.0
95.0
66.4
9.7
3.2
2.2

33.2
68.4
102.5
92.8
47.3
129.2
34.4
31.7
27.4
37.1
65.4
90.8
98.6
68.7
40.1
7.0
2.3
L6

.6
1.3
3.9
6.6
3.9
15.0
4.8
5.5
6.9
9.1
22.2
33.6
37.4
26.3
16.4
2.7
.9
.6

198.1

1,170.5

1,183.1

968.5

194.0 .

7 4

.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.3
.1
.3
.1
.1
.1

696.8
183.2
92.4

.2
.1
.1
.2
.1
.2
.2
.1
.2
.1
.1
.1

.1 .

9.4
9 2
9.1
8.8
8.6
8.4
8.1
8 0
7.8
7.6
7.6
7.4

1971—July
August.September
October
November
December
1972—January
February
March
AprU
May
June

(*)
(*)

(*)
(*)

.1
.1
.1
.1

.
.
.
.

673.1
808.6
810.4
730. 2
698.9
670.8
648.4
527.9
511.3
481.4
403.8
287.5
154.1
69.8

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
4 8
8.8
14 0
17 1
22.5
12 8
9.6
7.4

.
.
.
.

.1 .

.

Series K
1952-66
1956
1967
1968
1969
I960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1986
1986
1967
198a.
1969
1970
1971
1972

2,004.2
403.1
176.0

(*)
(*)

.

2,004.2
403.1
176.0

...

Total through
June 30,1972....

2,683.3 .

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .
488-983—73

15




2,683.3

67.2
79.6
238.2
257.7
132.2
366.8
92.7
89.4
73.6
116.0
229.8
274.4
323.2
162.0
77.2
11.1
LO
.6

57.2 .
79.6 .
238.2.
257.7 .
132. 2 .
366.8 .
92.7 .
89.4 .
73.6 .
116.0.
229.8 .
274.4 .
323.2.
162.0 .
77.2 .
11.1 .
LO .
.6 .

2,581.4

2,681.4 .

1.947.0
2,270.6
2.208.6
1.960.7
1.818.6
1.462.8
1.380.1
1.270.7
1.197.2
1,08L3
844.3
668.2
242.6
80.1

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
7.2
8.8
11.4
11.7
14.7
3.6
2.6
1.9
1.9

220

19-7 2 REPORT OF THE SEiCRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 41.—Sales and redemptions of Series E through K savings bonds by series
fiscat years 1941-72 and monthly 1972 ^ 2—Continued

Fiscal year or month

Sales

Accrued
discount

Sales
plus
accrued
discount

Redemptions

Amount
outstanding 3

Original
Matured
purchase Accrued Interest
nonprice
discount bearing interestbearing

Total

Series K—Continued
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January
February
March
April
May
June

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

1
1
1

.1

(*)
(*)

1

.1
I

.1
.1
.1

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

.1

.

2.5
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.0
2.0
2.0
L9

*Less than $50,000.
1 Sales and redemption figures include exchanges of minor amomits of matm-ed Series E for Series G and K
bonds from May 1951 through April 1957, Series F and J bonds for Series H bonds beginning January 1960,
and U.S. savings notes lor Series H bonds beginning January 1972; they exclude exchanges of Series E bbnds
for Series H bonds. Redemption figui-es for fiscal 1953-54 and fiscal years 1980-63 also include the niaturing
Series F and G savings bonds exchanged for marketable Treasury securities during special exchange offerings. The amounts involved were $416.6 milUon in 1953, $0.7 miUion in 1954, $746.4 miUion in'i960, $147.3
million in 1961, $320.1 million in 1962, and $75.1 million in i963.
2 Sales of Series E, F, and J bonds are included at issue price, and their redemptions and amounts.outstanding at current redemption value. Series G, H, and K bonds are included at face value throiiglioiit.
3 Matured F, G, J, and K bonds outstanding are included in the interest-bearing debt iintilaU 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 sayings bonds now being sold. Series A-D, sold from Mar: 1, 1935,
through Apr. 30, 1941, have all matm-ed and are no longer reflected in these tables. Series F and (> 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 adjustnients. Details by months for
Series E, F, and G bonds fi-om May 1941 will be found on p. 608 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 830, and in corresponding tables in subsequent reports.




TABLE 42.—Sales and redemptions of Series E and H savings bonds hy denominations, fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972 ^
[In thousands of pieces. Estimated on basis of daily Treasury statements and reports from Bureau of the Public Debt]
Total, aU
denominations 2

Fiscal year or month

$25

$50

3 $75

$100

4 $200

$500

$1,000

$6,000

6 6 $10,000

Sales 7
1941-55
1956
1957.1958
1959
1960.
1961
1962
.:.
1963
1984
1965.
1966
1987
1968.......
1969
1970
1971
1972
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January __
February
March
April.
May..
June

...
. ...
. .

1,698,608 1,155, 275
56,719
90,053
90,160
56,327
54,908
89,431
85,882
52,895
52, 972
85,807
86,495
53,453
88,479
63,010
89,627
54,629
96,809
59,230
99, 580
60,928
103,500
63,430
114,433
71,508
117,279
75,925
118,184
78,508
117,026
78,043
121,544
76,103
127 671
76,616
10,166
6,335
11,230
8,728
9, 513
5,697
9,625
5,979
10,574
6,368
10,245
6,249
11,413
7,087
10,492
6,128
11,889
6,979
9,879
5,857
11,281
6,531
11,384
6,880

267,768 ...
18,784 ...
20,258 .
_
21,043 ...
20,108 ..
20,220 ...
20,434 ...
20,901 ...
21,903 ..
23,442
23,947
24,704
28,478
25,823
25,108
24,675
28,034
30,131
2,282
2,682
2,310
2, 228
2,550
2,432
2,575
2,512
2,833
2,272
2,709
2,746

136
1,141
1,469
1,749
1,860
1,822
1,882
1,989
2,304
168
203
175
173
204
178
190
192
213
186
212
211

189,789
10,090
9,989
9,824
9,477
9,208
9, 273
9,286
9,823
10,324
10,409
10,714
11,411
10,769
10,192
10.072
12.073
14,177
1,048
1,237
1,055
981
1,147
1,098
1,183
1,219
1,394
1,141
1,348
1,327

8,798
929
851
893
798
774
789
813
928
1,006
982
1,010
1,068
987
889
878
1,159
1,443
106
123
101
95
110
105
119
129
147
125
148
136

28,230
1,608
1,320
1,304
1,212
1,166
1,201
1,186
1,233
1,220
1,087
1,101
1,131
987
871
868
1,122
1,502
115
131
93
88
102
96
125
148
158
144
166
136

27,519
1,854
1,398
1,413
1,340
1,230
1,299
1,237.
1,270
1,214
1,033
1,042
1,064
906
796
796
1,050
1,476
110
125
81
79
91
85
132
163
162
152
167
128

106
48
29
33
35
27
31
30
' 25
22
18
17
15
11
8
7
12
18
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

12,605
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

*)

48
21
12
14
16
11
15
16
16
16
14
13
14
12
11
6
3
4

>

>

yn
hi

w
I?*,
«

t-H

X
*)

Redemptions ^
1941-55..
1956
1957
1958....
1959
1980
1981
1962

-

F o o t n o t e s a t end of table.




--..

. 1
1,229,060
89,953
93,175
93,452
88,647
90,748
85,077
83,804

892,320
80,014
80,612
59,880
56,036
56,798
54,280
52,958

182,015 .
16, 503
18,185 ..
19,467
18,598 ..
19,507
18 654
18,748 ..

109,032
9,925
10,590
10,433
10,394
10,634
9,197
9,150

3,081
537
633
839
675
725
616
853

2
3
6
6
5
8
4
6

U

to
to
to

TABLE 42.—Sales and redemptions of series E and H savings honds hy denominations, fiscal years 1941-72 and monthly 1972^
'

[In thousands of pieces]
Total, aU
denominations 2

Fiscal year or month

$500

$100

$26

$50

53,018
55,284
56,736
59,235
61,960
66,953
73,560
76,446
66,127
66,832
5,685
6,056
5,449
4,821
5,188
5,780
5,626
5,308
6,580
6,022
5,488
6,850

19,022
20,034
20,744
21,948
22,827
23,604
25,308
25,789
22,659
23,921
1,973
2,089
1,935
1,705
1,794
1,974
2,241
2,066
2,061
1,908
2,011
2,184

1,000

$5,000

6610,000

Redemptions 7—Continued
1963
1964
1985
1968
1967...
1988
1989
1970..
1971
1972
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January...
February
March
April
.
May...........
June

..

83,469
87,242
90,012
94,720
98,349
105,057
114,396
118,696
102,145
103,851
8,792
9,354
8,479
7,511
8,010
8,869
9,207
8,537
8,843
8,067
8,881
9,302

.

•Less than 500 pieces.
1 Sales of Series H began on June 1, 1962; the denoininations 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 1962 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 1972 foUow:

Fiscal year

ti

<
1972




1

2.

CQ

1

> i

8

o

1

1

ft
1

1

i
Hs

2

2

1

1

^
1

1

o
1

17

(*)

245
585
837
1,032
1,205
1,303
1,327
1,577
120
129
118
105
113
128
136
158
143
134
142
157

8,715
9,080
9,322
9,822
9,839
10,278
10,955
11,410
9,313
9,689
807
849
772
690
720
789
931
790
833
792

601
648
894
756
760
808
864
933
740
778
65
69
61
55
58
59
77
64
67
64
65
73

1,005
1,051
1,070
1,113
1,084
1,107
1,165
1,297

943
899
78
79
71
65
87
68
94
74
77
72
75
79

1,028
1,088
1,122
1,182
1,189
1,208
1,266
1,438

988
917
80
79
72
67
68
70
98
74
79
73
77
79

12
15
19
22
24
24
28
33
18
14

5
7
9
10
12
13
14
18
10
6

3 Sales of $75 denomination Series E bonds began in May 1964.
* Sales of $200 denomination Series E bonds began in October 1946.
6 Sales of $10,000 denomination Series E bonds were authorized on May 1,1962.
« Includes sales of $100,000 denomination Series E bonds which are purchasable only
by trustees of employees' savings plans beginning April 1964, and personal trust accounts beginning January 1955.
7 See table 41, footnote 1.

Pi

o
Pi
O

ZP

o

I
y<

o

Pi

223

STATISTICAL. APPEOSTDIX .

TABLE 43.—Sales and redemptions of U.S. savings notes, fiscal years 1967-72 and
monthly 1972
[In miUions of dollars]
Redemptions i
Fiscal year or nionth

1987
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

Sales

1.6 .
200.8
328.2
322. 7
10.6

. (*)

Total through June 30,
1972
.
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January
February
March
April
May
June

.
_. •

86L7

(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)

- (*)
. (*)

Accrued
discount

Sales plus accrued
Total
discount

.3
n.4
24.6
33.4
28.3

1.5
20L1
337.5
347.3
43.9
28.3

(*)

98.0

959.7

2.5
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.3

2.5
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.3

Sales
price

(*)

Accrued
discount

Amount
outstanding
(interestbearing)
L5
202.5
504.9
74L6
618.8
66L1

^\l
33. 7
104.9
157.1
76.9

(*) L4

398.0

372.8

25.2

58L1

10.5
9.2
8.8
7.6
6.3
6.2
6.3
3.3
8.6
6.1
6.1
6.2

9.8
8.5
8.1
7.0
5.7
5.8
5.7
2.9
7.5
5.4
5.3
5.4

.7
.6
.7
.6
.6
.6
.6
.4
Ll
.7
.8
.8

610.6
603.8
597.4
592.0
588.2
584.4
580.4
579.4
572.9
588.9
665.1
56L1

^\1
35.2
110.6
186.9
85.2

5.7
9.8
8.3

•Less than $50,000.
1 Includes U.S. savings notes exchanged for Series H bonds beginning January 1972.
NOTE.—U.S. savings notes were sold from May 1,1987, through June 30,1970. Salesfigm-esafter fiscal 1970
represent adjustments.




224

19'7 2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 44.—Sales of Series E and H savings honds hy States, fiscal years 1971,
1972 and cumulative ^
[In thousands of doUars, at issue price. On basis of reports received by the Department of the Treasmy,
with totals adjusted to basis of daily Treasm-y statements]

States
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
i
......
Colorado
Connecticut-^
•
.
.
Delaware
•
....
.1
District of Columbia
".:.
:
:
Florida
Georgia...
i.....
Hawau
Idaho
_
•
...
lUinois
.•
Indiana
.j
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
.
Louisiana
•
j
Maine...
.Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
.•
Minnesota...
i
Mississippi
Missouri
_
Montana
Nebraska...
.
Nevada
.....
New Hampshire
1
NewJersey
New Mexico
NewYork
North Cai-olma
NorthDakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
.
Pennsylvania
Rhodelsland
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Verraont
Virginia
Washington...
WestVirginia
Wisconsin
.
Wyoming
Canal Zone
Puerto Rico
Vu-gin Islands
Undistributed and adjustment to daily Treasury statement
Total.

Fiscal year
1971

Fiscal year
1972

May 1941June 1972

43,562
2,958
27,335
18,780
318,498
33,316
84,361
20,389
38,115
90,871 •
• 55,185
15,102
5,814
305,628
132,25L
71,976
49,438
50,322
40,102
14,371
89,627
135,683
289,948
59,542
16,582
132,835
10,583
43,918
7,513
11,800
215,085
13, .528
530,705
57,629
10,340
293,690
47,585
30, .518
470,999
23,958
25,947
14,130
49,579
183,228
22,715
5,796
96,156
53,842
44,803
82,931
4,672
3,394
3,174
598
+602,533

1,482,033
48,585
3,552
2 80,764
31,826
628,938
22,946
831,255
345,956
10,651,856
40,997
1,152,528
. 99,264
2,490,162
489,718
23,818
1,581,543
51,288
114,847
2,255,062
68,922
1,715,855
17,253
558,673
336,882
7,034
388,087
12,193,877
153,006 •
4,411,005
82,756- • 3,984,382
56,220 • . 2,349,515
58,830
1,710,421
45,477
'• 1,443,768
17,663
562,071
101-,107
2,172,465
172,825
4,370,993
440,928 - 9,048,952
75,319 •
2.715,757
778,744
20,154
4,438,905
148,126
885,073
12,120
51,852
2,344,832
8,501
200,121
13,181
359,060
• 257,472
6,080,4.58
14,975
394,404
643,097
17,565,304
69,819
1,734,740
12,802
684,241
333,374
9,820,481
53,255
1,852,495
36,921
1,355,736
565,598
13,468,038
24,889
673,853
28,076
870,511
17,989
845,501
58,866
1,581,745
5,320,432
179,647
23,274
629,080
6,371
192,328
2,641,840
109,706
61,850
2,344,407
51,809
1,582,120
101,901
3,353,896
5,626
268,510
3,216
99,821
2,920
93,381
6,610
438
-f 574,948 3 -1-8,073,751

5,081,898

5,939,037

159,536,471

1 Figmes include exchanges of minor amounts of Series F and J bonds exchanged into Series H bonds
from January 1960 through October 1984 and Series J for H through October 1989; however, they exclude
Series E bonds exchangsd for Series H, which are reported in table 41.
2 Excludes data for period April 1947 through December 1958, when reports were not available. In the
Annual Reports for 1952-1958 data for period May 1941 through March 1947 were included with "Other
Possessions."
3 Includes a small aniount for other possessions.
NOTE.—Sales by States of the various series of savings bonds were published in the Amiual Report for
1943, pp. 614-621, and in the subsequent reports; and by months at intervals in the Treasmy BuUetin,
beginning with the issue of July 1946. Since April 30,1953, figures for sales of Series E and H bonds only have
been available by States.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

225

TABLE 45.—Savings honds outstanding, hy series ana denomination, as of June SO,
1972.
[In thousands of pieces]
Denomination
Series i

Total $10

$26

$60

$76

$100

$200

$500

$1,000 $5,000 $10,000

. 649,616 496 298,114 127,816 6,344 84,926 9,579 12,150 12,062 .
E
.. 6,888.
3,624 • " • 3 1 2 "
H
A
1
1.
(*) .
B
1
2
C . ... .
2
1
4
9
D
22
4
6
1
........
12
F
21
6 ------2
1
38
G
1
20
10
7
24
J
8"
3
11
2
(*)
2
K
1 (*)
1

K:

T o t a l . . . ... 658,316 496" 296,147 127,821 6,344 84,970 9,679 14,832 16,694
•Less than 600 pieces.
I Cmrently only bonds of Series E and H afe on sale.




313

$100,000

38
.80.

2

"I";
(*) 118

2

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19'72 REPORT OF THE SEORETARY OF THE TREASURY
IVo—Interest

TABLE 46.—Amount of interest-hearing puhlic debt outstanding, the computed annual
interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June SO, 19S9-72, and at the end
of each month during 1972
[On basis of daily Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
End of fiscal year or month

1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1946
1946
1947
1948
1949
1960
1961
1962
1963
1954
1955
1956
1967
1968
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

:

Footnotes a t end of table.




Interest-bearing
debt 1

$39,885,969, 732.00
42,376,495, 928.00
48,387,399, 639.00
71,968,418, 098.00
135,380,305, 796.00
199,643,355, 301.00
266,366,615, 818.00
268,110,872, 218.00
256,113,412, 039.00
260,063,348, 379.00
250,761,636, 723.00
266,209,353, 372.00
252,861,766, 497.00
266,862,861, 128.00
263,946,017, 740.00
268,909,766, 654.00
271,741,267, 507.00
269,883,068, 041.00
268,485,662, 677.00
274,697,660, 009.00
281,833,362, 429.00
283,241,182, 766.00
285,671,608, 619.00
294,442,000, 790.00
301,963,730, 70L00
307,366,661, 535.00
313,112,816, 994.00
315,431,064, 919.00
322,286,962, 387.89
344,400,607, 282.32
361,729,445, 327.01

Computed
annual interest
charge 2

$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
3,849,254,666.00
4,963,730,414.00
6,350,772,23L 00
5,374,409,074.00
6,465,475,79L 00
6,606,929,714.00
6,612,676,616.00
6,739,615,990.00
6,981,367,116.00
6,430,991,316.00
6,298,069,299.00
6,387,226,600.00
6,949,699,626.00
7,325,146,696.00
7,246,164,946.00
8,066,917,424.00
9,316,066,872.00
8,761,495,974.00
9,618,867,333.00
10,119,294,547.00
10,900,360,741.00
11,466,618,472.00
12,616,397,677.00
12,962,924,176.84
16,403,812.018.91
17,086,631,003.48

Computed
rate of
interest 2
Percent
2.600
2.683
2.618
2.286
L979
L929
L936
1.996
2.107
2.182
2.236
2.200
2.270
2.329
2.438
2.342
2.361
2.676
2.730
2.638
2.867
3.297
3.0712
3.239
3.360
3.660
3.678
3.988
4.039
4.499
4.891

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 46.—Amount of interest-hearing puhlic debt outstanding, the computed annual
interest charge, and the computed rate of interest, June SO, 19S9-72, and at the end
of each month during 1972—Continued
End of fiscal year or month

1970
1971.,
1972
1971—July
.
August
September
October.
November...
December.
1972—January
Februai-y
March
April..
May
June...;;-

Interest-bearing
debtl

Computed
annual interest
charge 2

$369,026,622,033.47 $20,338,884,039.56
396,289,177,046.23 320,263,669,628.67
425,369,898,226.71 21,645,461,843.18
403,633,273,686.46 21,048,830,958.27
412,762,333,186.18 21,806,836,731.16
410,460,194,327.44 21,747,730,026.60
410,180,867,761.26 21,653,806,470.97
412,732,773,376.67 21,683,925,693.84
422,308,282,487.67 21,852,993,202.05
421,089,946,808.87 21,613,006,989.08
422,090,083,616.00 21,313,319,877.68
426,636,619,337.00 21,334,409,902.28
423,636,460,686.11 21,364,346,679.77
426,107,688,026.69 21,618,838,683.78
426,359,898,226.71 21,645,461,843.18

Computed
rate of
interest 2
Percent
6.557
6.141
6.093
. 6.248
5.315
6.332
6.312
5.262
6.207
5.140
6.079
6.042
6.073
6.078
6.093

»Includes face amount of securities, except that current redemption value is used for savings bbnds 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 until 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. 735. Current monthly flgures
are pubUshed In theTreasury BuUetin. 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 tho 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 frora the rate on the basis of effective yield. The
"effective yield" method of computing the average interest rate on the pubhc debt raore 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 effective yield for various purposes.




IN3

to
00

TABLE 47.—Computed annual interest rate and computed annual interest charge on the puhlic debt by classes, June SO, 1960-72
[Dollar a m o u n t s in millions. O n basis of daUy 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
E n d of fiscal y e a r or m o n t h

Total
public
debt

Total»

BUls*

Certificates

N o n m a r k e t a b l e issues
Notes

Treasury
bonds

Total

. Savings
bonds 3

Tax and
savtngs
notes 3

Other

Special
issues

o

C o m p u t e d a n n u a l interest r a t e
1950
1961
1962
1953
1954
1955
1966
1957
1968
1969
1980
1981
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January
February..
March
AprU
May....
June...




-

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. 660
3.678
3.988
4.039
4.499
4.891
5.657
6.141
5.093
5.248
5.315
5.332
6.312
5.262
6.207
6.140
6.079
6.042
5.073
5.078
5.093

1.958
L981
2.061
2.207
2.043
2.079
2.427
2.707
2.546
2.891
3.449
3.063
3.285
3.425
3.659
3.800
4.134
4.165
4.757
6.232
6.986
6.210
6.099
5.323
5.420
5.482
5.442
6.374
5.290
6.197
6.110
5.051
6.070
5.069
5.099

1.187
1.163
1. 569
1.875
1.711
1.875
2.254
2.319
. 843
1. 928
L539
L173
2.654
2. 625
3.197
3.345
1. 033
3.330
3.316 ,
2.842
3.815
4.721
2. 584
3. 073
2.926
3. 377
3.081
3.283
3.729-.:.......;..
4.064
4.845
4.851
4.380
5.260
6.711
6.608
7.340
.^
4.616
.
4.188
4.852
6.044
5.151
.....
6.087
4.961
4.783 4.507
4.280
4.157
4.156
4.172
4.188
....;

1.344
L399
L580
1.754
L838
L846
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
5.888
6.420
8.619
6.312
6.519
6.498
6.492
6.477
8.367
6.367
6.387
6.331
6.331
6.324
8.312
6.312

2.322
2.327
2.317
2.342
2.440
2.480
2.485
2.482
2.576
2.619
2.839
2.829
3.122
3.344
3.471
3.642
3.655
3.888
3.681
3.722
3.782
3.769
4.018
3.759
3.806
3.807
3.807
3.854
3.855
3.856
3.954
3.965
'3.956
'3.980
4.* 018

2.569
2.623
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
3.761
3.876
3.979
4.327
4.808
4.636
4.730
4.744
4.722
4.682
4.642
4. 614
4.689
• 4.561
4.644
4.607
4.634
4.636

2. 748
2. 742
2.7452.780
2.793
2.821
2.848
2.880
2.925
2.961
3.293
3.408
3.449
3.482
3.517
3.537
3 744
3^780
3.816
3. 884
4.187
4.479
4. 581
4.485
4.491
4. 502
4. 607
4.613
4.618
4.623
4.631
. 4.540 4.647
4:655
4. 581
•

1.383
1.667
1. 785
2.231
2:377
2.369

4."740"
4.740
4. 905
4. 948
4. 946
4.946
4.945
4.945
4.946
4.944
4.944
4. 944
4.944
4.944
4.944
4.944
4.944
4.945

Pi

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
4.648
6.160
5.068
4.819
5.474
5.349
5.297
5.164
4.994
4.870
4.757
4.697
4.543
4.754
4.833
4.819

2.589
2.606
2.675
2.746
2.671
2.586
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
4.556
5.235
5.375
5.475
6.463
5.518
6.484
6.477
6.469
6.471
5.454
6.447
5.458
6.614
6.504
6.475

%
o

ZP

>

Pi

o

W

t=J

ZP

d
y<

C o m p u t e d a n n u a l interest charge
1950
1951
1952
1953...
1954...
1955
1956
1957
1958
1969
1960
1961
1982....
1963
1984
1985
1966
1967
1968
1989
1970
1971
1972...
1971—July
August
September
October
November
December
1972—January
February
March
AprU
May
June

_

-...

$5,613
5,740
6,981
8,431
6,298
6,387
6,950
7,325
7,245
8,066
9,316
8,781
9,519
10,119
10,900
11,467
12,516
12,953
15,404
17,087
20,339
20,254
21,645
21,049
21,806
21,748
21,654
21,584
21,853
21,613
21,313
21,334
21,384
21,519
21,645

$3,040
2,731
2,879
3,249
3,071
3,225
3,758
4,210
4,242
5,133
6,317
6,718
6,422
6,944
7,513
7,878
8,680
8,709
10,684
11,703
13,743
12,870
12,998
13,055
13,395
13,513
13,589
13,539
13,724
13,481
13,225
13,281
13,213
13,166
12,998

$160
213
293
442
184
299
549
743
231
1,046
1,249
937
1,212
1,433
1,855
2,135
2,595
2,490
3,673
4,302
5.380
3.823
3,879
4,210
4,408
4,460
4,414
4,346
4,534
4,296
4,107
4,168
3,999
4,005
3,879

• L e s s t h a n $600,000.
1 T o t a l i n c l u d e s P a n a m a C a n a l b o n d s prior t o 1961, a n d posta] s a v i n g s b o n d s p r i o r
t o 1966.
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 i n t e r e s t charge a n d
t h e a n n u a l i n t e r e s t r a t e are c o m p u t e d o n t h e d i s c o u n t v a l u e .
3 T h e a n n u a l i n t e r e s t charge a n d a n n u a l interest r a t e o n U n i t e d S t a t e s savings




$214
178
533
388
355
162
428
686
1,096
962
833
410
457
728
80
295

.$274
501
296
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
4,473
5,998
6,820
7,149
6,821
7,017
7,095
7,209
7,246
7,245
7,245
7,137
7,139
7,241
7,149
7,149

$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
3,685
3,347
2,928
2,364
2.026
1,970
2,024
1,970
1,988
1,966
1,948
1,945
1,941
1,980
1,976
1,973
2,002
1,970

$1,735
2,106
2,093
2,089
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
2,341
2,601
3.136
3,642
3,388
3,611
3,521
3,446
3,431
3,443
3,442
3,428
3,420
3,566
3,694
3,642

$1,581
1,579
1,583
1,598
1,622
1,647
1,637 ._
1,573
1,520
1,498
1,586
1,819
1,642
1,682 ._
1,734
1,770
1,892
1,936
1,973
2,009
2,147
2,374
2,651
2,387
2,400
2,414
2,426
2,440
2,452
2,464
2,481
2,601
2,617
2,535
2,561

$117
123
118
99
121
45

(*)
10
25
37
31
28
30
30
30 :
29
29
29
29
29
28
28
2-8
28

$37
405
391
372
357
352
334
232
189
182
158
148
144
178
157
144
278
308
417
730
1,084
951
1,181
1,078
991
962
962
949
917
891
1,022
1,030
1,064

$838
903
1,010
1,115
1,128
1,118
1,220
1,234
1,218
1,206
1,246
1,263
1,299
1,345
1,509
1,641
1,888
2,164
2.460
3,042
3,995
4,449
4,906
4,626
4,799
4,714
4,619
4,613
4,686
4,689
4,682
4,834
4,585
4,769
4,906

ZP

i
>

yn
yn

b o n d s a n d U n i t e d S t a t e s savings n o t e s are c o m p u t e d on t h e basis of t h e r a t e t o 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 Interest r a t e a n d charge see n o t e t o t a b l e
48. See t a b l e 28 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
1939-49 see 1966 A n n u a l R e p o r t , p a g e s 770-1.

bO

to

CO

230

19'7 2 REPORT OF THE SEiCRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 48.—Interest on the puhlic debt by classes, fiscal years 1968-72
[In miUions of doUars, on an accrual basis. On basis of Public Debt accounts]
1968

Class of secmities
Public Issues:
Marketable:
Treasury bills L .
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
.
Treasury bonds

.

1970

1971

Total marketable Issues

4,196. 4

5,562. 8

4,943.4

4,248.8

4,190. 9
3,150.0

6,113. 6
2,626. 2

8,640.3
2,161. 4

7,133.9
1,980.0
13 362.7

.8

Total special Issues

.6

16.2
73.6

21.8
93.4

27.6
79.9
4.0
68.3
.4

45.2
99.2
2.7
66.7
.4

102.9
172.6
L6
65.1
.2

248.8
601.8
.3
63.9
.2

1,783. 6
326.4
1L3
1.1
.4

1,844.7
319.0
24.3
L4
20.4

2,059.6
338.2
33.7
L7
21.7

2,320.0
369.6
28.4
2.1
14.6

L3

2.8

27.6

52.3

2,270.6

.. . ..

.6

15.6
98.9

2,424.0

2,541. 6

2,914.9

3,717.7

12,262.3 13, 981.2 16,844. 2 16,860. 0
.

.6

21.6
97.7

47.2
20.3
6.3
70.2
.6
1,728.1
330.4
.3
.9
L2

Total public Issues

.6

10.9
64.4

Total nonmarketable issues

17,080. 4

631.6
684.1
1,094.1

78L0
829.4
1,036. 6

1,087.6
1,428. 2
983.8

1.247.8
2.199.9
86L3

1,12L7
2,938.4
713.0

2,309.8

2,627. 0

3,469.6

4, 299.0

4,771.1

14,572.1 16,588. 2 19,303.7 20,959.0

21,848. 8

Deduct transactions in transit
Total Interest on public debt
Other 2
Total interest and charges

1972

. . 9,991.7 11,537.3 13,302. 5 13,746.1

..

Nonmarketable:
Depositary bonds
.
Foreign currency series:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
.. .
Treasury bonds
Foreign series:
Certificates of indebtedness
Treasury notes
Treasury bonds
Treasmy bonds, investment series
Treasmy bonds, REAseries
U.S. savings bonds:
Series E, F, and J ^
.
Series G, H, and K
U.S. savings notes »
U.S. retirement plan bonds
Treasury certificates
Treasury bonds..
Other

Special issues:
Certificates of Indebtedness
Treasury notes.
Treasury bonds..

3,380.9
37.4
3,081.0
3,512.3

1989

2.7
LO
14,673.0 16,588.2 19,303.7 20,969.0

21,848. 8

•Less than $50,000.
»Amounts represent discount treated as interest.
a Charges for gold and foreign cmrency pmchases authorized by act of June 19,1962 (22 U.S.C. 286e-2(c))
and act of Oct. 23,1962 (76 Stat. 1168).




V.—Prices and yields of securities
TABLE 49.—Average yields of taxahle ^ long-term Treasury honds hy months, Octoher 1941~June 1972 ^
[Averages of daUy figures. Percent per annum compounded semiannually]
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Average

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

2.45
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

8 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

1946..
1947..
1948..
1949..
I960..

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..
1956..

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
2.57
3.11
2.64
2.81

2.65
2.61
3.13
2.55
2.82

2.63
2.81
3.02
2.47
2.91

2.57
2.70
3.02
2.48
2.96

2.56
2.71
2.98
2.52
2.92

2.61
2.74
2.83
2.64
2.87

2.68
2.71
2,86
2.57
2.89

2.70
2.75
2.79
2.69
2.91

2.57
2.68
2.94
2.66
2.84

1966..
1957..
1968..
1959..
1980..

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
3.68
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
4.16

3.80
3.89
3.97
4.20
4.16

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
4.16

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..
1968..
1969..
1970..

4.43
4.40
6.18
5.74
6.88

4.61
4.47
6.16
5.86
6.44

4.63
4.45
5.39
6.05
6.39

4.55
4.51
6.28
5.84
6.63

4.57
4.76
6.40
6.85
6.94

4.63
4.86
6.23
6.05
6.99

4.75
4.86
6.09
6.07
6.67

4.80
4.95
5.04
6.02
6.76

4.79
4.99
5.09
6.32
6.83

4.70
5.19
5.24
6.27
6.69

4.74
6.44
6.36
6.62
6.24

4.65
6.36
6.66
6.81
5.97

4.65
4.85
5.26
6.12
6.58

1971..
1972..

6.92
5.62

6.84
6.87

5.71
5.66

5.75
6.74

5.98
5.64

6.94
6.59

6.91

5.78

6.58

5.46

5.48

5.62

5.74

» 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.
> Prior to October 1941 yields were on partiaUy tax-exempt long-term bonds. For
January 1930 through December 1946, see the 1956 Annual Report, page 492, and for
January 1919 through December 1929, see the 1943 Annual Report, p. 662.
» Beginning Oct. 20, 1941, through Mar. 31, 1962, yields are based on bonds neither
due nor callable for 16 years; beginning Apr. 1,1952, through Mar. 31, 1953, on bonds
neither due nor callable for 12 years; beginning Apr. 1,1953, on bonds neither due nor
caUable for 10 years.




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2.47
2.48
2.37

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NOTE.—For bonds seUing above par and caUable 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 daUy figures.
Each daUy 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 AprU 1953, yields, as reported by the Federal
Reserve Bank of New York, are based on over-the-counter closing bid quotations.
See Treasury BuUetin for current monthly yields.

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TABLE 50.—Prices and yields of marketable public debt issues June SO, 1971, and June SO, 1972, and price range since first traded
[Price decimals are 32d's and + indicates additional 64th's]
June 30,1971
Price

Issue 1
Bid
Treasury bonds:
4% Aug. 15,1971.
3K% Nov. 16,1971
4% Feb. 16,1972....
2M% June 16,1987-72
4%Aug. 16,1972..
23^% Sept. 16,1967-72
2Y2% I>ec. 16,1987-72
4% Aug. 16,1973
4H% Nov. 16,1973
43^% Feb. 15, 1974
4 ^ % May 15,1974
3>^%Nov. 16,1974....
4M% May 16,1975-86
4% Feb. 16, 1980
3>^%Nov.l6, 1980.7% Aug. 1 6 , 1 9 8 1 - - . . . . . . - . .
Q%% Feb. 15,1982
3K% June 15, 1978-83
3 ^ % May 15,1986
QYs,% Nov. 15,1986....
33^% Feb. 16, 1990
4K% Aug. 15,1987-92
4% Feb. 16, 1988-93
4H% May 16,1989-94
3% Feb. 16, 1996
33^% Nov. 16, 1998
Treasmy notes:
83€% F, Aug. 16, 1971
63^% B, Nov. 15, 1971
7M% G, Nov. 16, 1971
. 43^% A, Feb. 16, 1972
' 73^% C, Feb. 16, 1972
4K% B, May 16, 1972
6M% D, May 15, 1972
6% E, Aug. 15, 1972
6% F, Nov. 15, 1972




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100.00
99.17
99.08
98.27
97.17
96.19
94. 27
96.00
94.16
93.30
93.18
9L20
79.00
82.06
78.22

Ask

June 30,1972
Yield to
caUor
maturity 3

Percent
100.04
3.94
99.21
6.14
99.12
6.24
98.31
5.96
97.21
6.31
95.27
6.35
96. 03
6. 26
95.08
6.66
94.24
6.87
94.06
6.88
93.26
6.75
9L 28
6.89
80.00
8.58
83.06
8.78
79.22
6.68
:...-...:.....

73.00
72.12

74.00
73.12

6.64
6.28

72.22
74.22
72.20
73.08
72. 20
72.20

73.22
75.22
73.20
74.08
73.20
73.20

5.94
6.46
6.34
6.36
4. 98
6.43

100.16
99.31
100.26
99.12
100.28
98.27
100.14
98.20
99.20

100.20
100.03
100.30
99.16
IOL 00
98.31
100.18
98.24
99.24

3.99
5.42
6.46
5.79
6.05
8.13
6.23
6.29
6.29

Bid

Price range since first traded 2
Yield to
caUor
maturity 3

Price
Ask

Percent

foo. 01
99.22
99.05
98.20
98 09
97.28
97.28
96.10
82.14
86.30
84 22
106.12
100.11
77.18
77.16
99.06
77.16
78.16
78.06
78.04
77.16
77.18
..

100.15
99.26
99.09
98.28
98.17
98.04
98.02
96.18
83.14
87.14
86.08
-106.28 ~
100.19
78.18
78.16
99.22
78.16
79.16
79.06
79.04
78.16
78.18

Price

3.66
4.08
4.43
5.20
6.45
6.52
5.50
6.68
6.26
6.18
6.84
6.08
6.33
6.09
6.75
6.21
5.61
6.12
6.83
6. 92
4. 81
6.05

Dec. 26,1962
9L30
Dec. 26,1962
90.26
Dec. 28,1982
9L 02
Apr: 18,1948
79.12
Dec. 26,1982
89.24
Apr. 6,1946
78.24
Apr. 8,1946
79.06
Mar. 22,1971
86.31
Nov. 12,1984
85.24
Mar. 22,1971
84.28
Jan. 12,1964
84.22
Apr. 22,1958
82.14
May 6,1961 ' 66.30
May 12,1961 • 7L 04
May 12,1981
66.24
Nov. 6,1971
99.05
Mai-. 9,1972
99.22
Aug. 4,1954
82.02
June 11,1968
81.08
Nov. 6,1971
98.00
Apr. 21,1968
59.20
Dec. 26,1982
63.00
Jan. 16,1983
62.18
Aug: 28,1963
61.26
June 18,1955 ^ 59. 20
May 12,1961
69.20

3.54
4.47

102.13
104.02
103.12
101.16
103.28
101.12
103.23
100.23
IOL 24

Nov.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
Mai-.
Feb.
Jan.

.1

100.09
100.21

Low
Date

10L27
100.28
IOL 20
106.16
IOL 20
109.18
106.18
99.30
100.01
99.28
101.07
110.24
105.28
103.18
97.24
110.02
101.14
111.28
101.04
100.20
108.26
104.10
100.11
100.28
101.12
95.14

,
100.06
100.17

High
Price

Pi
Date

Aug. 29,1966
Aug. 29,1966
Oct. 1,1969
Jan. 6,1960
Dec. 29,1969
Jan. 6,1980
Jan. 6,1980
Dec. 29,1969
Dec. 29,1969
Dec. 29,1969
Dec. 29,1969
Dec. 29,1969
May 26,1970
Dec. 29,1969
May 24,1970
July 28,1971
Apr. 13,1972
May 26,1970
May 28,1970
Apr. 14,1972
May 26,1970
May 26,1970
May 28,1970
May 26,1970
May 28,1970
May 26,1970

23,1970 100.02 , July 30,1971
10,1967
95.03
Oct. 1,1969
2L 1971 . 99.20
May 25,1970
10,1967
92.24
Dec. 29,1989
19,1971 100.04
Aug. 17,1970
11,1971
91.30
Dec. 29,1969
11,1971 100.02
Apr. 28,1972
18,1972
98.20
June 30,1971
14,1972
99.14
Aug. 10,1971

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63^% C, F e b . 16, 1973
4 K % D , F e b . 15, 1 9 7 3 . .
7M% A , M a y 15, 1973
4 M % E , M a y 15, 1 9 7 3 . : .
8 H % B , A u g . 15, 1973
7 M % C, F e b . 15, 1 9 7 4 . . .
7 ^ % D , M a y 15, 1974
6 ^ % B , A u g . 15, 1974
5 ^ % A , N o v . 15, 1974
53^% A , F e b . 15, 1975
5 J ^ % E , F e b . 15, 1 9 7 6 . . .
6 % B , M a y 15. 1975.
b H % F , M a y 15, 1975
5 K % C, A u g . 15, 1975
7% D , N o v . 15, 1975
63€% A , F e b . 15, 1976
83^% B , M a y 16, 1976
6 M % E , M a y 15, 1976
73^% C, A u g . 15, 1978
QH% D , N o v . 15, 1978..
8% A, F e b . 15. 1977..
7 ^ % A u g . 15, 1977
83^% F e b . 15, 1 9 7 8 . . . .
6% B , N o v . 15. 1978
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1 9 7 1 . . .
13?^% E A , A p r . 1, 1 9 7 2 . .
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1 9 7 2 . . . .
1 H % E A , A p r . 1. 1973
13^% E O , Oct. 1, 1973.
13^% E A , A p r . 1, 1974.
13^% E O , Oct. 1. 1974.
1 3 ^ % E A , A p r . 1. 1 9 7 5 . . .
13^% E O . O c t . 1, 1976
13^% E A , A p r . 1, 1976
13^% E O , Oct. 1. 1976
1 ^ % E A , Apr. 1,1977..

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98.02

6.66

98.28

6.83

98.14
98.22

98.22
98.30

6.65
6.82

102.10

.

6.49
6.72
6.76
8.84
8.74
6.76

96.20

...-.

103.14
102. 22
101.18
98.28
97.10
97.02

97.26

.•

.'.....
...•
' 102.16 .
.•...:
....
103.06
102.14
:
101.08
:
98.20
97.02
96.28

102.18

6.96

104.16
103.18
98.18

104.24
103.24
98.24
:.
99.00
97.14
95.08
92.24
90.16
88.12
86.10
84.12
82.28
81.02

7.02
7.04
8.92

98.24
96.14
94.06
91.24
-89.16
87.12
86.10
83.12
81.26
80.02

102.24

6.31
.

6.68
8.44
6.41
6.58
6.60
6.59
6.59
6.57
6.46
8.44

1 E x c l u d e s T r e a s u r y biUs, w h i c h a r e fuUy t a x a b l e . F o r d e s c r i p t i o n 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 30,1972, see t a b l e 28; for i n f o r m a t i o n as of J u n e 30,1971,
see 1971 Statistical A p p e n d i x , p . 77.
ff 2 B e g i n n i n g A p r U 1953, prices are closing b i d q u o t a t i o n s . P r i c e s for p r i o r d a t e s are t h e
m e a n of closing b i d a n d ask q u o t a t i o n s ; " w h e n i s s u e d " prices are i n c l u d e d i n price
r a n g e . D a t e s of h i g h s a n d lows in case of recurrence are t h e l a t e s t 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.




100.29
' 101.10
99.29
100.01
102.08
> 102.12
99.23 .
99.25
103.07
103.16
103.14 .
103.22
103.01
' 103.09
100.02
100.10
100.09
100.17
100.02
100.10
100.11
100.19
100.18
100.26
100.08
100.18
100.05
100.13
103.17
103.25
101.20
101.28
101.31
102.07
99.14
99.22
105.19
105.27
101.05
101.13
108.05
108.13
107.23
107.29100.16
100.24
99.14
99.22
98.26
98.20
95.04
93.00
91.06
88.30
87.02
85.08
83.10
81.12

99.26
97.20
96.04
94.00
92.06
89.30
88.02
86.08
84.10
82.12

4.98
6.03
6.05
5.09
5.12
5.50
5.52
5.59
6.62
6.72
5.73
5.78
5.78
6.82
6.83
5.75
5.92
5.92
5.95
6.95
5.95
5.98
6.14
6.92
6.49
6.22
6.62
6.78
6.74
6.93
5.95
5.96
6.02
8.08

102.15
100.25
107.24
100.08
109.12
109.13
108.12
103.28
104. 20
104. 20
102.10
105. 22
101. 07
105. 00
106. 09
108. 28
107.24
101.00
111. 28
103. 27
114.08
114. 00
106.20
101.08
98.28
97.10
98.26
96. 20
95.04
93.00
91.08
88.30
87.02
85.08
83.10
81.12

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
May
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
May
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Dec.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June

14,1972
14,1972
22,1971
6,1972
22,1971
22,1971
22,1971
22,1971
22.1971
22,1971
14.1972
22.1971
30.1972
22.1971
14.1972
22,1971
22.1971
17.1972
22,1971
28,1971
22,1971
22,1971
22.1971
14.1972
31,1971
31.1971
30.1972
30,1972
30,1972
30,1972
30,1972
30.1972
30,1972
30,1972
30,1972
30,1972

99.29
99 25
99.14
99.23
100.03+
100.04
100.13+
89.14
89.22
89.18
99.19
90.00
99.20
95.26
99.25
91.20
92.18
98.17
97.28
100.01
99.31
98. 28
95.11
98.10
84.16
85.12
S3.18
81.20
79.04
76.00
73.30
74.26
78.16
80.02
80.26
80.02

Aug.
Nov.
May
June
Jan.
Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
May
Apr.
July
July
Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
May
Apr.
May
Aug.
Aug.
Apr.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Oct.
Jime
Oct.
Apr.

11,1971
24.1971
4,1970
30.1972
29,1970
10,1970
23.1970
29,1969
29,1969
29.1969
4,1972
18.1971
12.1972
28,1971
28.1971
30.1970
30,1970
6,1972
4,1970
12.1972
4,1970
17,1970
10, 1971
4,1972
17,1986
20,1967
30,1970
30,1970
30.1970
30,1970
30,1970
29,1970
30.1970
30.1971
29.1971
28.1972

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d a t e w h e n prices are a t p a r or b e l o w .
N O T E . — P r i c e s a n d yields ( b a s e d o n closing b i d prices) on J u n e 30,1971 a n d 1972 are
over-the-counter q u o t a t i o n s , as r e p o r t e d t o 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 . Y i e l d s are p e r c e n t p e r a n n u m c o m p o u n d e d s e m i a n n u a U y
except t h a t o n securities h a v i n g o n l y one i n t e r e s t p a y m e n t , t h e y are c o m p u t e d o n a
s i m p l e i n t e r e s t basis.

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VI.—Ownership of Federal securities
TABLE 51.—Estiniated ownership of Federal securities outstanding JuneSO, 1960-72

ZP

I P a r v a l u e . ' I n biUions of doUars]
Held b y banks
J u n e 30

Total
ainount
outstanding 2

Total

Commercial b a n k s

Federal
Reserve
banks

Held b y
U.S. Government
accounts

o
H e l d b y p r i v a t e n o n b a n k investors

Total

Individuals 3

Insurance
companies

Mutual
savings
banks

Corporations ^

State, and
local governments«

Miscella-'
neous
Investors«

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y ^

I . P u b U c d e b t issues

y ^

1980..
1981..
1962..
1963..
1964..
1965..
1986..
1967-.
1968..
1969..
1970..
1971-.
1972-.




288.3
289.0
298.2
306.9
31L7
317.3
319.9
326.2
347.6
353.7
370.9
398.1
427.3

8L8
89.8
94.8
96.3
96.0
97.3
97.0
102.2
11L9
109.4
110.3
126.6
13L2

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64.3
60.2
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65.6
69.7
66.3
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27.3
29.7
32.0
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39.1
42.2
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54.3
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58.6
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158.2
158.9
158. 7
152.2
169.5
159.5
165.6
168.7
184.6

69.7
64.6
6.5.7
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68.8
70.9
73.1
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74.8
77.9
82.5
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1L3
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10.8
10.5
9.6
8.6
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6.8
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6.6
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8.2
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5.8
6.6
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18.5
18.2
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12.6
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1960
1961
1962
1983
1964
1966
1966
1967
1988
1989
1970
1971
1972.

_

6.8
6.6
7.9
8.1
8.6
9.3
13.4
18.5
24.4
14.2
12.5
12.2
10.9

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3.6
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L8
2.2
2 6.
3.6
6.4
8. 5 .
3.0
2.2 .
2.0
1.8

f Revised.
» Except data including U.S. savings bonds of Series E, F, J, and U.S. savings notes,
which are at current redemption value.
3 Securities Issued by the Treasury and Govemment agencies that are classified as
debt under the new unified budget concept. For debt subject to limitation, see table 31.
8 Includes partnerships and personal trust accounts.
* Exclusive of banks and insmance companies.




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6.7
6.6
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« 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 uivestments of foreign balances and intemational
accounts in this country. Also included are certain Government deposit accounts and
Govermnent-sponsored agencies.
7 See text of Federal Debt Management section (pages 12-28, 1972 Annual Report)
for a discussion of Issuing agencies and the changes in fiscal 1972.

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19i72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
T A B L E 52.—Summary of Treasury survey of ownership
[Par value. In
Held by private investors
covered in Treasury
survey

Classification

U.S. GovernTotal amount ment accounts Total private
and Federal
investors
outstanding •
Reserve banks
Commercial
banks 2

June 30
1971

1972

June 30 "

June 30
1971

1972

1971

1972

Number of institutions or
funds

June 30
1971

1972

5,880 5,847

Mutual
savings
banks 2

3'une 30
1971

490

1972

485

Public debt issues: Interestbearing public debt
secmities:
Marketable
245,473 257, 202 83,610 91)224 161, 863 165,978 47, 231 47,028 2,884 2,668
41
2; 056 65, 978 76, 505
7
Nonmarketable ^
. . 68,032 78, 560 2,056
44
82, 784 89, 598 82, 740 89, 536
44
62
Special issues
Total mterest-bearing
public debt securities.. 396, 289 425,360 168,406 182:815 227, 883 242, 545 47,275 47, 069 2, 870 2,673
Matured debt and debt
..1,841 1,901
bearing no interest
1,841 1,901
Total public debt
securities
Government agency issues:
Regular issues
Participation certificates ^
Total Government
agency securities
covered in Treasury
survey.
Nonsmveyed Government
agency securities
Total Govermnent
agency securities

398,130 427, 260 168, 406 182,815 229, 724 244,445 47, 275 47, 069 2,870 2,673
3,242 3,759
7, 230 5, 539

75
1,949

.270 3,167
1, 687 5,281

235
3,489
3,852 1,197

547
730

125
411

190
347

538

538

10,472

9,297

2,023

1,957

8,448

7,341 1,432 1,277

1,691

1,596

228

213

1,463

1,383

12,163 10, 894

2, 251

2,170

9,911

8.724

Total Federal securities.. 410, 292 438,154 170, 657 184,985 239, 635 253,169
Memorandum: Securities
issued by selected Government-sponsored agencies 7___ 8 38,073 44,335

(*)

1,011 38,073 43,325 8,147 10, 260 1,778 2,429

1 Securities issued by the Treasury and Governraent agencies that are classified as Federal debt under the
unifieid budget concept. For debt subject to Umitation, see table 31.
2 Excludes trust departraents.
3 Included with all other investors are those banks, insurance companies, savings and loan associations,
corporations, and State and local goverrmient funds not reporting in the Treasury survey. Also included
are certain Government deposit accounts and Government-sponsored agencies.




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STATI'STICAL APPENDIX
of Federal securities, J u n e SO, 1971 and 1972
mUlions of doUars]

Held by private investors covered in Treasury survey—Continued
I

Insurance companies

Savings
and loan
associations

June 30

Life

June 30

June 30

1971 1972

1971

1972

1971

462

446

487

289

290

All other
private
investors 3

State and local
govemments

Corporations

Fire,
casualty,
and raarine

•

General
funds

June 30

June 30

1972

1971

1972

1971

1972

1971

1972

487

468

468

316

316

188

June 30

June 30

1971

1971

Pension and
retirement
funds

June 30

Memorandum:
Held by
corporate
pension
tmst funds *

188

1972

1972

39,049 45,615

3,066 3,001 2,612 2 339 3,197 2,849 3,255 4,182 8 422 7,904 2,592 2 410 88 833 93,597 1,468 1,631
1
27
8
46
16
68
115 132
27
4
29 26
58 65,768 78,327
44
62
3 086 3 027 2 640 2 368 3 204 2 853 3 256 4 183 8 487 7 919 2 650 2 488 154 435 169 986 1 683 1,683
1 841 1 901
3,086 3 027 2 640 2 386 3 204 2,853 3 256 4,183 8 467 7 919 2 660 2 488 166,276 171,888 1,683 1,663
106
46

112
55

22
271

23
214

80
216

138
121

2
46

4
16

198
303

88
136

229
716

237 2,171
838 . 2,076

2,161
1,595

25
124

22
94

151

167

293

237

297

259

48

19

500

222

945

875

4 247

3,746

160

116

83

125

411

363 2,676 3,088

672

809 2,464 2,472

209

337 21,636 23,644

387

392

< Consists of corporate pension trust funds and profit sharing plans which Involve retirement benefits.
Quarterly data are presented in the Survey of Ownership section of the Treasury BuUetin.
6 Series E U.S. savings bonds and U.S. savings notes are included at current redemption value.
« Export-Import Bank and Governraent National Mortgage Association issues.
T Federal home loan banks. Federal land banks, beginning in 1989, the Federal National Mortgage
Association, banks for cooperatives, and Federal intermediate credit banks, and begimung in 1970, the
Farraers Home Administration.
8 Includes securities issued for use as collateral for short-term borrowings. . . .
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Account of the Treasurer of the United States
TABLE 53.—Assets and liabilities in the account of the Treasurer of the United States,
June SO, 1971 and 1972
[From records of the Treasurer's 0 flice. The balances 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
balances in daily Treasury statements dated June 30 which are published on the third business day in
July. See "Bases of Tables"]
June 30,1971

June 30,1972

Increase, or
decrease (—)

$1,274,384,418.36

$2,344,043,604.81

$1,069,659,186.46

7,371,988,499.42

7,834,649,294.12
139,070,000.00

262,662,794.70
139,070,000.00

419,322,678.55
57,684,603.76

252,181,960.91
41,083,832.28

-187,140,715.64
-18,600.97L48

85,012,078.28
37,881,123.66
222,702,654.81

48,187,683.05
14,089,801.85
483,086,822.44

-36,824,396.23
-23,791,32L71
260,384,167.63

9,468,874,054.74

10,966,392,799.46

1,487,618,744.72

ASSETS IN BANKS

Available funds in deraand accounts at:
Federal Reserve banks
Special depositaries, Treasury tax and
loan accounts.
Other depositaries
Funds in process of coUection through:
Federal Reserve banks.
Other deposi taries....
Time deposits and other depositary accomits:
Domestic
Foreign
Funds in transit between depositaries
Total assets in banks
ASSETS IN TREASURY OFFICES

Gold
1 10,332,133,694.60 2 lO, 410,106, 54L 07
Deduct liabilities against gold:
Gold certificates. Series of 1934, outstanding
1,277,800.00
1,277,800.00
Gold certificate fund—Board of Governors, Federal Reserve Systeni
10,074,113,754.43 10,302,121,680.42
International Monetary Fund gold deposit
147,914,492.70.
Totaliiabilities
Balance of gold.
Papercmrency
DoUai-s
Fractional coin
Coinage nietals:
Silver
Other
Funds in process of collection
MisceUaneous itenis
Total assets in Treasury offices...

3 77,972,846.47

228,007,925.99
-147,914,492.70

10,223,306,047.13

10,303,399,480.42

80,093,433.29

108,827,647.47
149,792,489.00
4 3,044,550.00
44,286,258.70

108,707,080.66
128,309,575.00
28,549,115.00
87,774,628.72

-2,120,586.82
-21,482,894.00
25,604,665.00
43,488,370.02

37,508,662.72
190,910,087.02
26,027,624.24
88,698,508.46

34,628,76L10
181,635,463.70
130,222,733.83
131,422,53L 17

--2,979,90L 62
-9,374,623.32
106,195,209.59
42,724,024.71

648,095,695.61

829,049,859.17

180,954,163.56

Total assets, Treasmer's account
10,118,989,750.35
Deduct net transactions in transit as of June 30.
208,249,71L 46
General account balance, as pubUshed in
daily Treasmy statements
9,910,720,038.89

11,785,442,658.63
475,795,587.51

1,868,472,908.28
269,545,876.06

11,309,647,07L 12

1,398,927,032.23

1 296,203,819.8 fine troy ounces at $35 per ounce.
•
2 273,950,172.1 fine troy ounces at $38 per ounce.
3 Consists of (a) transactions at $35 per ounce, July 1, 1971, through May 7, 1972, net sales, $696,914,733.29
decrease, and withdrawal on International Monetary Fund deposit, $147,914,492.70 decrease; (b) increraent
from revaluation at $38 per ounce May 8,1972, pursuant to Par Value Modification Act approved March 31,
1972, $821,854,558.05 increase; and (c) transactions at $38 per ounce. May 9 to Jxme 30, 1972, net sales,
$52,485.59 decrease.
4 Silver doUars. Of this amount, $2,937,702 were transferred to the Adniinistrator of General Services in
Deceraber 1971 to be offered for pubUc sale as provided by the Act of Deceraber 31,1970 (31 U.S.C. 317e).
The remaining $106,848, being too worn or daraaged to be salable, were retained to be raelted for their silver
content.




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TABLE 54.—Accountahility of the Treasurer of the United States on an accounting
hasis, June SO, 1954~72
[On basis of daUy Treasmy statements and accounts of the Treasurer of the United States]
Published In
daily Treasury
statements

Fiscal year
1964
1965
1966
1967
1958
1969
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1966
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972

Transactions in
transit as of
June 30

$6,766, 465,061
6,216, 666,047
6,646, 183,888
6,689, 962,362
9,749, 102,978
6,360, 391,763
8,004. 740,998
6,694, 119,964
10,430, 393,649
12,116, 176,163
11,036, 731,209
12,610, 264,636
12,407, 377,210
7,768, 994,626
6,694, 062,122
7,103, 638,020
9,016, 896,781
9,910, 720,039
11,309, 647,071

-

-$27,889,624
61,116,376
263,384,165
68,617,897
48,349,862
41,300,180
161,277,138
76,497,633
73,817,403
264,232,225
80,408,695
99,732,049
42,138,112
119,625,360
90, 630,717
440,870,370
274,905,835
206, 249,711
476,795,588

Total
$6,738,666,437
6,268,781,422
6,799,688,033
6,648,470,269
9,797,462,839
6,391,891,923
8,156,018,136
6,770,617,686
10,604,210,952
12,380,408,389
11,116,139,804
12,709,996,684
12,449,616,322
7,878,519,874
6,784,692,839
7,644,408,390
9,290,801,616
10,118,969,760
11,785,442,659

TABLE 55.—Location of gold, coin, and coinage metals held hy the Treasury, June SO,
1972
[In thousands of dollars. For basis of data, see headnote to table 57]
Goldi

U.S. mints:
Denver
PhUadelphia...
U.S. assay offices:
New York 3....
San Francisco
BuUion depository, Fort Knox
\
Treasmer of Unitec .qt.atAS Wflshincrt/^Ti Tt O.
Custody accounts:
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Other banks, e t c . varion.«; locations

DoUars

FracCoinage metals i
tional SUver
Other
C0Ul2

....

2,460,803
122

25,705
1.489

25,815
60,214

3,828
241

2,457
146,708

....

1,682,878
403,108
5,599,445
12

34

5,270
2,847

28,772
3,688

2,220
31, 208

1,322

3,629

4 283,724
14

Total assets
Deduct accounts navablp. to vp.ndors

10,410,107

28,549

87, 775

34,529

182,591
1,055

Net assets, as in table 53

10,410,107

28,549

87,775

34,529

181,535

1 Amounts in transit between Bureau of the Mint institutions are included in the balance of the shipping
institution.
2 Includes coin in transit to Federal Reserve banks.
3 Includes buUion depository at West Point, N.Y.
4 Physically located as follows: At Bank of Canada, Ottawa, $.54,261,052; at Bank of England, London,
$49,112,979; at New York Assay Office, $37,689,679; and in Federal Reserve Bank's own vaults, $122,660,480.




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TABLE 56.—Analysis of changes in fax and loan account balances, fiscal years 1960-72
[In miUions of doUars. O n basis of telegraphic reports]
Credits
Proceeds from sales of securities i

Balance
Taxes

Savings Retirement
Tax
b o n d s a n d plan a n d
anticisavings tax a n d loss
pation
notes 2
b o n d s 3 securities
1960
1961
1982
1983
1984
1965
1966
1987
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1971—JiUy...
August
Septeniber
October
November
December




•.
_

2,679
2,787
2,725
2,899
2,780
2,835
2,704.
2,783
2.673
2,699
2,573
2.844
3,309 •
268
264
238
232
247
257

7,784
7, 613
5,898
2,963

(•)

.

2
1
1
1
6
4
6
6
5

(*)
(*)
1
(*)
(*)
1

2,340
7,368
7, 643
9,538
10,408
13.043
6, 954
8,443
1,731

Other

7,920
1,788
3,774
3,830
2,014
1,827
1,173
9,576
6,417
3,640
12,421
9,389
1
1,220
1,218
1,947

'4;7n'-mim"-I

Withheld
excise
a n d corporate *
33,059
34,511
37,619 >
41,267
43,580
42,476
48,478
70,524
90,791
123,908
132,460
131,121
145,797"
9,991
10,475
12,112
9,131
9,902
13,605

ZP

D u r i n g period

Fiscal y e a r or m o n t h
Income
(by special
arrangement) *
6,053
9,142
6,521
6,835
9,921
12,598
14,522
9,257

Total
credits

Withdrawals

E n d ofperiod

Q
High

57,496
65,842
56,438
67,595
58,277
60,050
74,699
91,382
112,583
142,333
151.721
153; 346
184,920
11,991
11,957
13,570
11,311
10,149
18,575

64,782
6,458
66,847
6,463
53, 076
8,816
56,085
10,324
59,421
9,180
58, 540
10,889
75,338
10,050
97,160
4,272
112, 741
4,113
141,921
4,525
149, 317
6,929
162, 900
7,372
164, 645
7,834
13,395
5,988
9,518
8,408
14, 216
7,783
14,403
4,887
12, 693
2,223
11, 622 ' 9,173

Low

Average

6,458
7,653
8,889
10,324
10,257
10,872
11,274
9,979
8,004
9,720
7,990
8,632
10,251
6,826
8,508
7,907
6,803
4,159
10,242

1,390
1,161
1,631
2,535
1,677
1,844

4.103
4,151
4.457
5,325
4,747
5,431
4,324
3.775
4.191
4,329
4.022
6,146
5,848
6,869
5,818
6,043
4,205
2,737
5,312

447
710
1,029

709
894
848
1,737
4,907
2,454
4,122
2,372
1,785
1,737

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FebmaryMarch
AprU
May
June......

314
310
320
315
309
236

(*)
(*)

1
1

•Less than $500,000.
i Special depositaries are perniitted to make payinent in the form of a deposit credit
for the purchase price of U.S. Government 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 permitted under the tenns of the circulars inviting
subscriptions to the issues.
2 U.S. savings notes first offered for sale as of May 1, 1987, and discontinued after
June 30, 1970.
3 Retirement plan bonds first offered for sale as of Jan. 1,1963; tax and loss bonds first
issued in March 1968.




1,522
1,722
1,740

10,160
11,394
15,391
14,002
12,475
17,180

10,474
11,700
17,234
16,038
14,526
17,395

11, 522
13,745
16,917
12, 704
16,825
17,184

8,118
6,075
6,391
9,724
7,420
7,834

8,175
7,562
8,318
9,724
10, 251
7,638

4,489
3,048
4,148
3,617
7,420
2,271

6,145
5,867
6, 258
5,851
9,189
4,908

4 Taxes eligible for credit consist of those deposited by taxpayers in the depositary
banks, as foUows: Withheld income taxes beginning March 1948; taxes on employers and
employees under the Federal Insm-ance Contributions Act beginning January 1950,
and under the RaUroad Retireraent Tax Act beginning July 1951; a number of excise
taxes begmning July 1953; estimated corporation income taxes beginning April
1987; all corporation income taxes due on or after Mar. 15,1988; and FUTA taxes beginning April 1970.
5 Under a special procedm-e begun in March 1951, authorization was given during certain periods for inconie 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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[In thousands of doUars, except per capita figures. From records of the Treasurer's Office, supplemented by reports from Treasm-y offices and Federal Reserve banks. The figm-es
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
figures in other tables prepared on the basis of daUy Treasury statements. See "Statement of United States Currency and Coin" published monthly]
A M O U N T S OUTSTANDING AND IN CIRCULATION

ZP

Total
currency
and coin

Comi
Total

DoUars

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com

Amounts outstandmg
Less amounts held by:
The Treasury
The Federal Reserve banks

66,351,352

7,450,858

244,633
3,905,971

116,324
317,994

28,649
60,415

87,776
287, 678

Amounts in circulation

62.200,747

7.016,340

632,899

6,383,442

6, 738,795

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Total

F e d e r a l Reserve
notes 4

U . S notes

Currency no
longer issued

Amounts outstanding
Less amoimts held by:
TheTreasury.
TheFederal Reserve banks

68,900,894

68, 285, 518

322,639

292,636

128,310
3,687,978

126, Oil
3,687,585

2,113
150

186
243

Amounts m cnculation

55,184,406

54,671,923

320,276




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CIRCULATION—SELECTED DATES

CURRENCY BY DENOMINATIONS, AND COIN, IN CIRCULATION

Denomination
$1—
$2
$6
$10
$20
$60-.
$100
$500
$1,000
$6,000.
$10,000
Fractional parts
Total currency
Total coin
Total currency and coin..

Federal
Reserve
notes 4

Total
2,328,442
136,433
3,177,636
9,295,006
20,446,869
6,446,601
13,922,662
198,942
230,301
2,436
4,200

(*)

65,184,408
7,018,340

2,169,652

-

145
136,420
122,458
11
4
(•)
62,239
2

Currency
no longer
issued
168,748
14
44,501
27,680
21,029
13,368
28,270
231
274
65
130

(*)
64,671,923

62, 200,747

Date

Amount
(in mUlions)

Per capita s

320,276

292,208

30,1972
31,1972
30,1971
30,1970
30,1965
30,1960
30,1956
30,1950
30,1945
30,1940
30,1935
30,1930

fl 62,200.7
61,702.0
68,393.2
64,36L0
39,719.8
32,064.6
30,229.3
27,166.3
26,746.4
7,847.5
6,567.1
4,622.0

297.84
295.61
r 282.03
285.39
204.14
177.47
182.90
179.03
191.14
69.40
43.76
38.74

J u n e 30,1925
J u n e 30,1920

4,816.2
6,467.6

41.56
61.36

J u n e 30,1915
J i m e 30,1910

3,010,678
9,267,416
20,424,826
6,432,232
13,834,044
198,709
230,027
2,370
4,070....

I- Revised.
•Less than $500.
1 Excludes coin sold to collectors at premium prices.
2 Includes $481,781,898 In standard sUver doUars.
3 Excludes gold certificates, Series of 1934, which are issued only to Federal Reserve
banks and do net appear in circulation.




U.S. notes

3,319.6
3,148.7

33.01
34.07

June
May
Jrme
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
Jime
June

4 Issued on and after July 1, 1929.
6 Based on Bureau of the Census estimates of population.
8 Highest amount to date.

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[In thousands of doUars, except percentage of gold to total stock of money. For basis of data see headnote to table 67]

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Goldi
:..-.......
Silver buUion (at monetary value)
DoUars3
Subsidiary c o i n . . . . .
:
Minorcoin

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.:.-..

1935

1940

1945

1950

1955

1960

1965

1970

1971

1972

9,115,643 19,983,091 20,212,973 24,230,720 21,677,575 19,322,238 13,934,083 11,166,625
313,309 1,353,162 1,520, 295 • 2,022,835 - 2,187,429 2,252,075 2 1,267,417
(2)
545,642
547,078
493,943
492,583
490,347
487,773
484,720
484,720
312,416
402,261
825,798 1,001,574 1,296,140 1,552,106 2,375,327 4,703,397
133,040
173,909
303,539
378,463
449,625
559,148
853,388 1,174,345

10,184,219 10,410,107
(2)
(3)
484,720
711,863
6,056,090 6,394,810
1,260,644 1,343,986

Subtotal
10,420,050 22,439,601 23,356,548 28,126,175 28,101,115 24,173,340 18,914,934 17,618,988
Less: Gold, silver buUion, and standard silver
dollars held as security for, or redemption
of outstanding paper currencies 4 . . . .
7,287,471 19,807,106 20,079,777 25,504,665 23,594,948 21,811,053 14,715,025 11,045,392

16,986,673 17,880,764

Subtotal
Gold certificates prior to Seriesof 1934«....
Silver certificates 7
Treasury notes of 1890 8
United States notes e..
_
Federal Reserve notes 10
Federal Reserve b a n k notes 11National b a n k notes 12
Total paper currency (net)-.....
T o t a l stock of money
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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 11,045,392

10,076,392 10,303,399

3, 294,839

5,557, 500 10,968,000 14,349,000 11,108,000 10, 585, OOO 8,295, OQO 3,322,000
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3,025,597 12,263,633 7,138,800 8,673,851 9,920,137 8,494,416 7,375,235-7,723,392
13,340
' 3,820
810,014 1,828,771-1,815,988
2,324,628 2,409,830 2,394,458
889.176
220,098
1,182
1,163
1,150
1,145
1,142
1,142
42
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346,881
348,681
346,681
346,881
348,681
348,681
-322,681
322,539
3,492,854 5,481,778 23,650,975 23,602,680 28,629,030 28,394,186 37,347,185 50,431,429
84,354
22,809
533,979
277,202
184,412
100,736
88,793
56,436
769,096
187,190
121,216
87,615
67,379
55,979
22,283
20,291

3,170,000 1,945,000
! !
.—.—
6,905,392 8,358,399
3,801
3,698
,217,692
215,309
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- 322,539
322,539
64,496,309 68,286,341
63,945
52,790
20,127
20,009

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62,018,716 67,259,093

T o t a l buUion and coin ( n e t ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 3 , A 3 2 , 579
Currency:
Gold certificates, and credits payable therein 5
Less: A m o u n t included in collateral held b y Federal
Reserve agents for Federal Reserve n o t e s . .

10,076,392 10,303,399

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2,632,395

3,278,771

.2, 621, 510

2, 506.168

2,562,287

4,199,909

6,473, 695

6,910,281

11,682,357 22,744,420 38,885,360 37,935,313 42,044,579 42,349,882 .50,238.844 65,250,810 ' 68.928,997 74,816,468
78.16

87.77

54.80

83.87

51.56

45.83

27.74

17.10

14.77

13.91

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troy ounce for 1972. Amounts for 1970 and 1971 are exclusive of gold deposited with the
United States by the International Monetary Fund.
2 Excludes buUion carried at monetary value but released for coinage use.
3 Through 1971 consists of standard sUver doUai-s. Amount for 1972 consists of $481781,898 in standard sUver doUars and $230,081,000 in cupronickel clad doUars.
4 Comprises the security for: Gold certfficates and credits payable therein (100
percent in gold); U.S. notes (gold to theextent of the reserve required by law (31 U.S.C.
408)); and sUver certfficates and Treasury notes of 1890 (100 percent in sUver bullion
or standard sUver doUars). Since enactment of the Old Series Currency Adjustment
Act (31 U.S.C. 912-916) on June 30, 1961, gold certfficates prior to the Series of 1934^
silver certfficates 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 certfficates 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.
« Consists of: Gold certfficates outside of the Treasury (issues prior to Series of 1934
are Included through 1981). and credits with the Treasurer of the United States payable
to the Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, in gold certificates. These obligations are fuUy secured by gold in the Treasury.
«Pursuant to the Old Series Currency Adjustment Act are redeeraable from the
general fund of the Treasury and upon rederaption wUl be retired.
7 SUver certificates were originaUy secured by silver buUion at monetary value ($1.29-1per fine troy ounce) and standard sUver doUars held in the Treasury. They are now
payable from the general fund (see footnote 4).
8 Treasury notes of 1890 have been in process of retireraent since March 1900 (31 U.S.C.
411) upon receipt by the Treasury. UntU June 30, 1981, secured by sUver and by gold
reserve; thereafter redeemable from general fund.
fi 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, 1981. amounted to $156,039,431
for all dates in this table through 1987. The act of May 31,1878 (31 U.S.C. 404) required
that the amount of U.S. notes then outstanding, $346,681,016, 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 u-retrievably 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.
1 Federal Reserve banks secm-e Federal Reserve notes by depositing like amounts of
0
coUateral with Federal Reserve agents. The Federal Reserve Act, as amended (12 U.S.C.
412), authorizes the use ofthe following assets for this purpose: (a) gold certfficates or gold
certfficate credits; (b) certain discounted or pmchased commercial paper; (c) securities
issued by the United States; andKd) Special Drawing Rights certfficates issued by the
Exchange StabUization Fund. Fiederal Reserve notes are obligations ofthe 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 Treasurer of the United States
for the redemption of all series of Federal Reserve notes issued before the Series of 1928.
The aniount shown for 1972 includes $822,585 for such series.
• 1 Federal Reserve bank notes at issuance were secured by direct obligations of the
1
United States or commercial paper. Since termination of their issuance on June 12,
1946 (12 U.S.C. 446 note), the notes have been in process of retirement, and lawful
money has been deposited with the Treasurer of.the United States for their redemption.
. 1 National bank notes at issuance were secured by direct obligations of the United
2
States. From Dec. 23, 1916 (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 foUowmg Annual Reports; 18601947 in the 1947 report; page 482:1948 and 1949 in the 1966 report, page 642; 1951-«1 in the
1981 report, page 634; 1962-84 in the 1964 report, page 596; and 1986-87 in the 1987 report,
page 854; and 1968-69 in the 1969 report, page 234 of the Statistical Appendix.

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1935:
1940
1945
I960.-.
1956
1960
1965
1970..
1971
1972.

Gold certfficates »

117,167
66,793
62,084
40,772
34,466
30,394
13,209
3.731
3,676
3,609

DoUars

32,308
46,020
126,178
170,186
223,047
306,083
481,698
481,675
481,676
632,899

SUver certfficates 1

701,474
1,681,662
1,650,689
2,177,261
2,169,726
2,126,833
829,177
220,061
217,616
216,265

Treasury
notes of
18901

1,182
1,163
1,160
1,145
1,142
1,142
42
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11
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1 F o r description of s e c u r i t y r e q u i r e d t o b e h e l d against t h e v a r i o u s k i n d s of p a p e r
o u r r e n c y , a n d for r e t h ' e m e n t p r o v i s i o n s , see footnotes t o t a b l e 68.




Subsidiary
coin

295,773
384,187
788,283
964,709
1,202,209
1,484,033
2,356,380
4,619.799
4,790,952
6,100,151

Minor
coin

125,125
168,977
291,996
360,886
432,612
549,367
824,585
126,617
198,981
1,283,291

United
States
notes»

Federal
Reserve
notes 1

3,222,913
285,417
6,163,284
247,887
322,687 22,887,469
320,781 22, 760.286
319,064 26,617,775
318,436 27,093,693
301,978 34,823,233
296,784 47,626, 751
321,401 61,304, 990
320,276 64,572,723

Federal
Reserve
bank
notes 1
81,470
22,373
527,001
273,788
162,673
99,987
68,333
55,272
63,894
52,661

National
bank
notes»

704,263
165,156
120,012
86,488
66,810
66,652
22,167
20,271
20,116
19,971

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5,667,093
7,847,501
26,746,438
27,156,290
30,229,323
32,064,619
39,719,801
64,350,972
68,393,190
62,200,747

N O T E . — F i g u r e s for y e a r s n o t 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 : 18801947 In t h e 1947 r e p o r t , page 486; 1948-49 in t h e 1966 r e p o r t , . p a g e 543; 1951-61 i n t h e 1961
r e p o r t , p a g e 636; 1962-64, i n t h e 1964 r e p o r t , p a g e 698; a n d 1968-67 i n t h e 1967 r e p o r t ,
p a g e 666; a n d 1968-69 m t h e 1989 r e p o r t , p a g e 236 of t h e S t a t i s t i c a l A p p e n d i x .

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 60.—Paper currency issued and redeemed during the fiscal year 1972 and
outstanding June SO, 1972, hy classes and denominations
[For basis of data, see headnote to table 57]
Outstanding June 30,1972 i
Issued
during 1972

Redeemed
during 1972

In
Treasury

In Federal
Reserve banks

In
circulation

CLASS

Gold certfficates—Series
of 1934
U.S. notes 2
$5,960,700
$5,950,700
Federal Reserve n o t e s issued on and after
July 1, 1929
16,836,925,920 13,044,869,176
Currencies no longer
issued: 2
Federal Reserve n o t e s issued before July 1,
24, 895
1929......
Federal Reserve bank
1,165,744
notes
118,670
National bank notes
Gold certificatesissued before Series of
105,120
1934
2,282,992
Silver certificates
Treasury notes of 1890..
Total

$2,113,239

$1,277,800
150,000

$320,275,777

126,011,044

3,687,584,623

64,571,922,796

178, 550
15,845

52, 580,926
19,971,424

49,000

215,255,407
10,534

3,589,255,518

55,184,406,347

627,774,033
600
370, 671,785
854,540,240
1,278,270,880
267,808,800
285,110,900
1,774,600
1,814,000
70,000
220,000
1,200,000 .

2,328,442,023
135,433,028
3,177,835,075
9,296,006,480
20,446,869,154
6,446,600,550
13,922,552,060
196,941,500
230,301,000
2,436,000
4,200,000

3,689,265,618

65,184,408,347

22,000 .
50,281
21, 791
88,790 ,
4,450

16,841,876,820

13,054,507,197

128,309,575

1,682,424,000

1,346,251,634
89,138
1,776,293,895
3,645,346,360
4,907,618,820
589, 576,750
. 782,786,100
12,117,600
14,854,000
385,000
210,000

3,177,676
450
3,010,470
6,003, 500
11,724,930
50, 672, 650
53,633,000
16,000
31,000
10,000
30,000

16,841,876,620 13,054,607,197

128,309,675

800,585

DENOMINATION

$L...
$2
$5"'-""'''.'.l".r.r."-'.'.
$10.
$20....
$50
$100
$500
$1,000..
$5,000
$10,000
$100,000
Fractional parts
Total

1,945,180,000
3,860,041,920
6,331,280,000
975,000,000
2,147,950,700

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1 The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to determine, from tirae to time, the amounts of certain
currencies which, in his judgment, have been destroyed, are irretrievably lost or held in coUections and so
wiU never be presented for redemption, and to reduce the outstanding amount thereof accordingly. The
totals of such reductions effected through June 30,1972, were:
Authorized by Old Series Currency Adjustment Act (31 U.S.C. 915c) approved June 30,1961:
Issued before July 1, 1929:
U.S.notes
$24,142,000
Federal Reserve notes
34,450,000
Federal Reservebank notes
2,083,000
National bank notes
28,920,000
Gold certificates
18,600,000
Silver certfficates
29,780,000
Treasmy notes of 1890
_
1,131,000
Gold certificates, Seriesof 1928
7,350,000
Authorized by act approved June 24,1967 (31 U.S.C. 405a-2):
Silver certificates, issued after June 30,1929
200,000,000
Total
.2Amounts outstanding are also included in the pubhc debt (see table 34, final page).




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19172 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREu^SURY

Trust and Other Funds
T A B L E 61.—Airport and airway t r u s t f u n d , J u n e SO, 1972
[This trust fund established in accordance with the provisions of section 208(a) of the Airport and Ainvay
Revenue Act of 1970 (49 U.S.C. 1742(a))]
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)
Curaulative
through
June 30, 1971

Fiscal year 1972

Curaulative
through
June 30, 1972

Receipts:
*RxC*iSG tRiXGS"

Any liquid fuel other than gasoline
Tires used on aircraft...
Tubes used on aircraft
Gasoline:
Commercial 4 cents tax
Noncommercial 4 cents tax
Noncommercial 3 cents tax
Transportation by air—seats, berths, etc..
Use of international travel faciUties
Transportation of property, cargo
Use of CivU aircraft

T9tal refunds of taxes

.

$23,012,620.76
2,800,000.00
500,000.00

$34,672,396.95
,5,800,000.00
500,000.00

1,400,000.00
14,098,282.92
9,286,212.19
4.52,900,758. 57
25,993,710.37
27,441,764.26
18,718,800.27

1,200,000.00
7,757,728.61
5,830,796.51
517,649, 555.12
44,477,295.42
28,832,503.77
20,090,665.30

2,800,000.00
21,858,011.63
15,117,008.70
970,550,313.69
70,471,005.79
54,274,268.03
38,809,485.57

564,499,304.77

Grosstaxes
Deduct—reimbm-sement to general f u n d refund of tax receipts:
Commercial aviation..
Noncommercial gasoline
CivU aircraft
Any Uquid fuel other than gasoline.

$11,659,776.19
3,000,000.00

650,151,165.49

1,214,650,470.26

800,000.00
850,000.00
26,729.61

1,300,000.00
21,477.32
177,842.31
43.56

2,100,000.00
871,477.32
204,371.92
43.56

1,676,729.61.

1,499,183.19

3,175,892.80

. 562, 822, ,575.18

Nettaxes...

648,652,002.30

1,211,474,577.46

Federal payment

646,882,000.00

Expenditures:
Federal Aviation Adininistration:
Operations
Grants in aid for airports
Facilities and equipment
Research and developraent
Aviation Advisory Commission-salaries
and expenses
Total expenditures..
Transfers:
From general fund accounts i

648,882,000.00

562,822,675.16

Netreceipts-

1,295,534,002.30

1,858,358,577.46

77,930,813.59
81,483,698.38
r21,875,963.52
26,239,596.83
•'
158,845.58
287,488,915.90
;

1,000,484,108.89
105,483,205.41
224,059,155.13
58,480,219.83

1,078,394,920.28
166,966,901.79
345,735,118.85
84,899,818.86

885,491.03
1,389,152,178.09

844,338.61
1,878,641,093.99

621,176,837.90

255,454,787.19

876,630,825.09

Nettransfers

621,175,837.90

255,454,787.19

876^830,625.09

Balance

896,509,497.16

181,838,611.40

1,058,348,108.56

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

Undisbursed balance
Totalassets

Jmie 30,1971

Fiscal year 1972 .
increase or
decrease ( - )

June 30, 1972

896, 509,497.16

161,836,811.40

1,058,346,108.56

898, 509,497.18

181,838,611.40

1,058,348,108.58

1 Unexpended balances of certain general fund accounts as of July 1, 1971, transferred to the trust fund
pursuant to Airport and Airway Revenue Act of 1970, section 208(c).




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TABLE 62.—'-Civil service retirement and disability fund, June SO, 1972
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of May 22, 1920, as araended
(6. U.S.C. 2287). For fmther detaUs see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 136]
L R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
IN F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1971
Receipts:
.
'
• Deductions from salaries, service credit payments, and voluntary contributions of
. employees subject to retirement act 1
$21,918,684,115.98
Federal contributions 2
5,676,585,123. 21
Payments by employing agencies 2
15,380,064,007.56
Interest and profits on investments.
9,849,457,316.02
Transfer from the Comptroller of the Currency returement fund
5,050,000.00
Totalreceipts

TRANSACTIONS

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Fiscal year 1972

$2,070,706, .323.42
1,181,415,800.00
2,038,027,682.67
1,464,485,600.17

$23,989,390,439.40
6,837,980,923.21
17,398,091,690.23
11,313,942,916.19
,

5,050,000.00

52,809,820,582.77

Expenditures:
Annuity payments, refunds, etc
Transfers to policemen's and firemen's relief
fund, D . C , deductions and accrued interest thereon

6,734,635,408.26

59,544,455,969.03

27,775,114,672.87

3,773, 202,715.40 '

31,548, 317,388.27

1,283,052.28

312,382.19

1,595,434.45

Total expenditm-es

27,778,397,725.13

3,773,515,097.59

31,549,912,822.72

Balance.

25,033,422,837.64

2,961,120,308.67

27,994,543,148.31

II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

June 30,1971

Investnients in public debt securities:
Special issues, civil service retirement fund
series matm-ing June 30:
'• • Treasury notes:
4 ^ % of 1974
$1,758,171,000.00
5 ^ % of 1975
1,628,319,000.00
634% of 1976
2,909,257,000.00
7 ^ % of 1977
2,951,729,000.00
6J^%ofl978
' 5,835,123,000.00
5M% of 1979.
Treasury bonds:
3M%ofl972
60,978,000.00
33^% of 1972
532,981,000.00
4H%ofl972
375,160,000.00
3M%0fl973
.:
60,978,000.00
3 ^ % of 1973.....
103,448,000.00
43^%ofl973
552,988,000.00
3 ^ % of 1974
80,976,000.00
3^%ofl974
80,227,000.00
41^% Of 1974
212,387,000.00
3M%0fl975.
60,976,000.00
\.-- • 33^%ofl975
80,227,000.00
• 4y8%0fl975
. 187,187,000.00
• •3M%0fl978
- 60,976,000.00
3>g%ofl976
....:.80,227,000.00
,. 4>^%of 1976..i
142,474,000.00
. 3M%ofl977
...:
.....'
748,418,000.00
. Foo.tnotes at end of table.




Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

:
$4,009,870,000.00
-80,976,000.00
-532,981,000.00
-375,160,000.00

June 30,1972

$1,758,171,000.00
1,628,319,000.00
2,909,257,000.00
2,951,729,000.00
5,835,123,000.00
4,009,870,000.00

60,976,000.00
103,448,000.00
552,988,000.00
60,976,000.00
80,227,000.00
212,387,000.00
,
60,976,000.00
80,227,000.00
167,167,000.00
60,976,000.00
• 80,227,000.00
142,474,000.00
: 746,416,000.00

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T A B L E 62.—Civil service retirement and disability fund, J u n e SO, 1 9 7 2 — C o n t m u e d
II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E TREASURY—Conthiued

Assets

3K% of 1977..
4H% Of 1977..
37^% of 1978..
4H% of 1978..
^%% of 1979..
4H% of 1980..
Total special issues

Fiscal year 1972
Increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30,1971

$80,227,000.00
142,474,000.00
828,643,000.00
142,474,000.00
969,117,000.00
969,117,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.

21,691,233,000.00

June 30,1972

$80,227,000.00
142,474,000.00
826,643,000.00
142,474,000.00
969,117,000.00
969,117,000.00
$3,040,753,000.00

24,631,986,000.00

PubUc issues:
Treasury notes:
4M% Series B-1972..
65^% Series B-1974..
bH% Series A-1974..
bH% Series A-1975..
bY^% Series C-1976..
6% Series B-1975....
QH7o Series A-1976..
634% Series B-1976.734% Series C-1978..
7M% Series B-1977..
8% Series A-1977..
6% Series B-1978-.
6M% Series A-1978
....
QH7oi
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1972 (Sept. 15, 1962).
4% of 1973
43^% of 1973.
3 ^ % of 1974
,
4H%0f 1974
4M%ofl974
• 4K% O 1976-85
f
334% of 1978-83
;
334% of 1980
4% of 1980
3M%of 1986
63^% of 1986
4.H% of 1987-92
43^% of 1989-94
3i^%ofl990
3% of 1996
334% of 1998.

28,700, 000.00
23,800, 000.00
33,600, 000.00
63,650, 000.00
57,900, 000.00
129,060, 000.00
53,105, 000.00
16,800, 000.00
15,700, 000.00
110,394, 000.00
86,900, 000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

358,970,000.00
10,750,000.00
98,600,000.00
66,205,000.00
83,269,000.00

.
.
.
.
.

23,800, 000.00
33,600, 000.00
53,650, 000.00
67,900, 000.00
129,060, 000.00
63,106, 000.00
16,800, 000.00
16,700, 000.00
110,394, 000.00
86,900, 000.00
50,000, 000.00
368,970, 000.00
10,760, 000.00
98,600, 000.00
65,206, 000.00
83,269, 000.00

Total pubUc issues

2,681,203,000.00 .

2,661,203,000.00

Investments in agency securities:
Government National Mortgage Association participation certificates:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
5% of 1972..
534% of
5M%ofl1972
5.20% of 1982
Federal assets finance trust:
6.40% of 1987..
6.05% of 1988..
6.45% of 1988
6J^%ofl978
Total ageiicy securities..

99,000, 000.00
61,300, 000.00 .
182,000,000.00 .
56,900, 000.00 .
13,000, 000.00 .
328,750,000.00 .
10,000, 000.00 .
10,000, 000.00 .
225,700,000.00 .
73,800, 000.00 .
65,600, 000.00 .

-99,000,000.00 .

77,700,000.00

320,750,000.00
-28,700,000.00 .

60,000,000.00

$50,000,000.00
50,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
75,000,000.00
65,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

61,300, 000.00
182,000,000.00
66,900, 000.00
13,000, 000.00
328,760,000.00
10,000, 000.00
10,000, 000.00
226,700,000.00
73,800, 000.00
65,600, 000.00
77,700, 000.00
320,750,000.00

-$50, 000,000. 00 .
-50,000,000.00 .
$100,000,000.00
.
.
.
.

75,000,000.00
65,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

475,000,000.00

-100,000,000.00

375,000,000.00

Total investments.
Undisbmsed balance

24,727,436,000.00
305,986,837.64

2,940,753,000.00
16,036,891.13

27,688,189,000.00
322,022,728.77

Totalassets

25,033,422,837.64

2,956,788,89L 13

27,990,211,728.77

1 Basic compensation deductions have been at the rate of 7 percent since the beginning of the first applicable pay period beginning after Dec. 31, 1969. Since 1958 District of Columbia and Government corporations' contributions have been Included with contributions from agency salary fimds.
3 Beginning July 1,1957, appropriations are not made directly to the fund. Instead, in accordance with
the act approved July 31,1958 (5 U.S.C. 8334(a)), the employing agency contributes (from appropriations
or funds from which the salaries are paid) amounts equal to the deductions from employees' salaries.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 63.—Employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commissiori, J u n e SO, 1972
[On basis of reports from t h e CivU Service Comraission. T h i s t r u s t revolving fund was established in accord'
ance w i t h t h e provisions of t h e act of Sept. 28, 1959, as a m e n d e d (5 U . S . C . T
I.

RECEIPTS

AND

EXPENDITURES

(EXCLUDING

INVESTMENT

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1971
Receipts:
Direct appropriations
Employees' and annuitants' withholdings
Agency c o n t r i b u t i o n s . . . .
I n t e r e s t a n d proflts on i n v e s t m e n t s .

TRANSACTIONS)
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1972

Fiscal year 1972

$97,700,000.00
776,208,446.77
409,238,957.41
12,404,033.93

$323,742,000. 00
5,093,118,150. 89
2, 242,488. 203.71
47,036.745.89

8,411,831,662.38

Totalreceipts

S226,042,000.00
4,317,909,704.12
1.833.247,246.30
34,632,711.98

1,294,551,438.11

7.706,383,100.49

Expenditures:
Subscription charges paid to carriers
6, 081,400,96L 29
Contingency reserve paid to carriers
165,305,871.71
Carrier refunds
:
:
-253,289.40
A d m m i s t r a t i v e expenses
13,608,461.65
I n t e r e s t on a d m i n i s t r a t i v e expenses paid by employees' life insurance fund i.
43,625.79
Other 2
-1,502,912.16

1,222,525,423.01 7,303,926,384.30
15,412,931.00
180,718,802.71
...
-2.53,289.40
1,957,693.00
15,568,154. 65

1,239,738,964.59

7,498,339,683.47

153,228,943.50

Balance....

43,825. 79
-1,661,994.58

6,258,602,718.88

T o t a l expenditures

-159,082.42

54,814,473.52

208,043,417. 02

II. A S S E T S H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T O F T H E

Assets

I n v e s t n i e n t s in p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Special issues, employees' health benefits fund
series raaturing J u n e 30:
.
Certificates of i n d e b t e d n e s s : 4.34% of 1971
3.767oOfl972

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30, 1971

J u n e 30,1972

$46,433,000.00 -$46,433,000.00 ..
73,950, 000. 00
$73,950, 000. 00
46,433,000.00

T o t a l special issues
P u b U c issues:
T r e a s u r y notes:
55^% Series B 1974
5M% Series A 1974
b H % Series A 1975
6% Series B 1975
7% Series D 1975
QH% Series A 1976
73^% Series C 1976
6% Series B 1978.:
63^% Series A 1978
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1971
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15, 1962).
4% of 1972 (dated N o v . 15, 1962)
4%
of 1973
43^% of 1973
3 K % of 1974
4 H % Of 1974
43^% Of 1974
3 ^ % Of 1978-83
33^% of 1980
434% of 1987-92
33^% of 1990
33^% of 1998

TREASURY

73,950,000.00

• 3,732, 000. 00 •

423,000.00
6,567,000.00
1,298,000.00
40,000,000.00

27,517,000.00

423, 000.00
6,567, 000.00
1,298,000.00
40,000, 000.00
3, 732,000. 00
1,802, 000.00
1,000, 000. 00
37,098, 000.00
9,596, 000. 00

.
.
.
.

1,602,000.00 .
1,000,000. 00 .
37,098, 000. 00
9,596,000. 00 .
3,732, 000. 00
4.410, 500. 00
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

-3,732,000.00 .
-4,410,000. 00
-500.00 .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

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

T o t a l public i s s u e s . . .

99,515,500.00

32,687,500.00

132,203,000.00

Total investments.
U n d i s b u r s e d balance

145,948,500.00
7,280,443.50

60. 204, 500.00
-5,390,032.48

208,153,000.00
1,890,41L02

153,228,943.50

54,814,487.52

208,043,41L 02

Totalassets

1 As provided in t h e act (5 U . S . C . 8909).
2 Difference between cost a n d face value of i n v e s t n i e n t s .

488-983—73-

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97

TABLE 64.—Retired employees health benefits fund. Civil Service Commission,
June SO, 1972
[On basis of reports from the Civil Service Comraission. This trust revolving fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Sept. 8,1960 (6 U.S.C. 8908)]
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, 1971
Receipts:
Dh-ect appropriations (Government contribution). $126,009,000.00
Annuitants withholdings
90,001,056.47
Interest and profits on investments »
4,777,278.91
Totalreceipts

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

Fiscal year 1972

$11,888,000.00
1,879,561.83
2,436,370.14

$138,877,.O00.00
91,880,608.30
7, 213,649.05

219,787,335.38

16,183,92L97

235,971,257.35

Expenditures:
Subscription charges paid to carrier
Goveriiment contributions paid to annuitants 2...
Administrative expenses
:..:
Interest on loans.
:
Others.

124,979,099.84
61,430,756. 05
3,^58,803.56
6,409.00
-2,238,012.29

5,762,410.98
8,'064,828.67
134,845.26
669,31L26

130,741,610.82
89,495,684. 72
3,391,648.81
6,409.00
-1,878,701.04

['•

187,436,066.16

14,621,396.16

201,966,452.31

32,362,279.22

1,662,625.82

34,014,806.04

Total expendltm-es:
Balance

.'.........•..:.

n. ASSETS HELD B Y THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Assets

June 30,1971

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1972

Investments in public debt securities:
PubUc issues:
Treasury notes:
4M% Series B-1972
6^% Series B-1974
6M% Series A-1975
73^% Series C-1976
7 ^ % Series B-1977
6% Series B-1978
63^% Series A-1978

$6,000,000.00 -$6,000,000.00
17,229,000.00...
. $17,229,000.00
1,000,000.00.....
.
1,000,000.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
358,000.00
2,961,000.00
3,319,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
4,433,000.00
4,433,000.00

Total investments
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets

28,120,000.00
4,232,279.22
32,352,279.22

2,961,000.00
-1,304,838.34
1,656,16i..66

31,081,000.00
2,927,440.88
34,008,440.88

1 Includes $1,321,877.00 interest income on reserve held by carrier.
2 In accordance with 6 U.S.C. 3056(a), subject to specffied restrictions, a retired employee who elects to
obtain or retam a health benefits plan other than the uniform Government-wide health benefits plan directly with a carrier, shall be paid a Govermnent contribution toward the cost of his plan which shall be
equal in amount to the appropriate Governinent contribution.
3 Difference between cost and face value of investments.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

253

TABLE 65.—Employees^ life insurance fund. Civil Service Commission, June SO, 1972
[On basis of reports from the CivU Service Commission. This trust revolving fund was established in
accordance with the provisions of the act of Aug. 17,1964, as amended (6 U.S.C. 8714)]
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 30,1971
Receipts:
Employees'withholdings
Government contributions
Premiums collected from beneficial association
merabers
Interest and profits on investments
Other
Assets acquired from beneficial associations:
U.S. secmities...
Other
Totalreceipts
Expenditmes:
Premiums paid to insurance companies:
For Federal employees generally.
Less retmn of premiums paid 1
For beneficial association members
Less retmn of premiums paid 2
Admmistrative expenses
Other 3_:.
Total expenditmes
Balance
Footnotes at end of table.




$2,140,626,888.20
993,239,623.17
43,009,813.66
202,478,293.81
127,914.31
13,968,336.40
22,091,986.41

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

$294,176,783.63 $2,434,801,67L 73
124,410,940.62 1,117,650,463.69
2,413,108.70
67,073,360.41
1,519.61
117.07 .

46,422,922.36
269,561,664.22
129,433.92
13,968,336.40
22,092,103.48

3,416,631,766.96

.•

488,074,829.84

3,903,606,685.80

3,073,712,116.09
660,996,267.71
80,980,889.99
16,099,917.75
4,613,300.87
-61,861,768.04

416,570,802.40
61,123,622.08
6,828,216.63
1,820,392.20
364,428.00
1,556,407.83

3,489,282,917.49
702,119,879.79
87,807,106.62
17,920,309.96
4,877,728.87
-60,306,380.21

2,440,248,362.46

371,373,839.68

2,811,622,202.03

975,283,393.61

116,700,990.26

1,091,984,383.77

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TABLE 65.—Employees^ life insurarice fund. Civil Seivice Commission, June 30,
i 57;^—Continued
n . ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

I n v e s t m e n t s In public d e b t securities:
Special issues, employees' life insurance
series raaturing J u n e 30:
Certiflcates of i n d e b t e d n e s s :
4.34% of 1971
3.78% of 1972
T o t a l special issues.
P u b l i c Issues:
T r e a s u r y bills:
M a t u r i n g S e p t e m b e r 28,1972
T r e a s u r y notes:
4M% Series B-1972
W % Series EA-1974
5y8% Series B-1974
b H % Series A-1974
5 ^ % - Series A-1975
57/^% Series C-1975
6% Series B-1975
7% Series D-1975
6 ^ % Series A-1976
63^% Series B-1976
7>^% Series C-1976
8% Series A-1977
TH7o Series B - 1 9 7 7 . . . .
6% Series B-1978
634% Series A--1978
Treasury bonds:
4 % of 1971
4 % of 1972 (dated Sept. 15,1962)..
4% of 1973
43^% of 1973
43^% of 1974
4M%ofl974
3 ^ % of 1974
4M% of 1975-85
3 ^ % of 1978-83
33^% of 1980
4% of 1980..
7% of 1981
8 ^ % of 1982
3 ^ % of 1985
63^% of 1986
4 H % of 1987-92
4% of 1988-93
43^% of 1989-94
3M% Of 1990
3 % of 1995
33^% of 1998
--.2 ^ % I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-8
T o t a l p u b l i c Issues
Total investments.U n d i s b u r s e d balance
Totalassets

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30, 1971

Assets

J u n e 30. 1972

fund
$55,582, 000. 00 -$5.5, .582, 000. 00 . .
25,198, 000. 00

$25,198, 000. 00

55,582,000. 00

- 3 0 , 3 8 4 , 000 00

25,198, 000. 00

1,800,000.00

1,800, 000. 00

17,080,000. 00
2,000, 000.00
69, 813, 000. 00
40,961,000.00
56, 256,000. 00

-17,030,000.00 .

" I s , " 778," ooo.'oo"
36,105, 000. 00 .
5,497, 000. 00 .
27,250,000.00 .
24, 343,000. 00
20,772,000.00 .
40, 629,000. 00
55,136,000.00
15,000, 000. 00
16,000, 000.00
11, 081, 000.00
19, 322, 000. 00
31, 744, 500. 00
43, 361, 000.00
25,596, 500.00
42,982, 000.00
14,087, 000. 00
18,056, 500.00
47, 321, 500. 00

""i5,'oo5,"6oo."6o"
20,400,000.00
'"7,"i94,"ou6."6o"
86,752, 000. 00
7, 751,000. 00
-1.5,000,000.00 .
-16,000,000.00 .

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
9, ISO, 000. 00
45,461, 000. 00

19,460, 500. 00 .
98,719,000. 00
16,877,500.00
48,531, .500. 00
34, 278, 000. 00
135, .500.00
21,358,500.00
179,000. 00

2, 000, 000. 00
69,813, 000. 00
40,961, 000. 00
56, 258, 000. 00
18, 778, 000. 00
35,105, 000. 00
15,000, 000. 00
5,497, 000.00
27, 250, 000.00
44,743, 000.00
20,772, 000.00
47,823, 000. 00
68, 752, 000.00
62,887, 000.00

" 5," o5o,'ooo.'oo"

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

11,061. 000.00
19, 322, 000. 00
31, 744, 500.00
43, 361,000.00
25,596, 500. 00
42,962, 000. 00
14,087,000. 00
18,056, 500.00
47, 321,500.00
9,180,000.00
45,461, 000.00
19,460,500.00
5,000,000.00
98,719, 000.00
16,877. 600. 00
48,531,.500.00
34,276, 000.00
135, 500. 00
21,358, 500.00
179, 000. 00

918.691,500.00

149,236,000.00

1,065,927,500.00

972, 273,500. 00
3,009,893.51

118,852,000. 00
-2,152,009.74

1,091,125,500. 00
857,883. 77

975,283,393.51

116,899,990.26

1,091,983,383.77

1 P r e m i u m p a y m e n t s i n pxcess of t h o $100 million contingency reserve set b y t h e Civil Service C o m mission, w h i c h are required to be r e t u r n e d to t h e fund b y t h e insuring companies (5 U . S . C . 87r2).
2 R e t u r n of p r e m i u m p a y n i e n t s in excess of a n n u a l clairas p a i d , expenses, a n d other costs.
3 Difference b e t w e e n cost a n d face v a l u e of i n v e s t m e n t s .




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255

TABLE 66.—Fedei-al disability insurance trust fund, June 30, 1972
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of tht Social Secmity Act araendraents
approved Aug. 1, 1956 (42 U.S.C. 401(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 TRANSACTIONS IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1971
Receipts:
Appropriations i
$25,376,590,930.90
Less refund of internal revenue coUections. -289,397,000.00
Depo.sits by States
2,246,056,010.82
Interest and profits on investments 2
1,332,102,807.34
Payments from raikoad retirenient account.
26,831,000.00
Other (HEW)
788,600.55
Transfers from general fund..
96,000,000.00
Totalreceipts..
Expenditures:
Benefit payments...
To raihroad retirement account
Administrative expenses:
To general fund
Salaries and expenses...
Construction of buildings
Vocational rehabiUtation—administrative
expenses
Vocational rehabiUtation prograra payraent.
To Federal supplementary medical insm-ance trust fmid
To Federal old-age and sm-vivors insurance
trustfund
From Federal hospital insm-ance trust fund.
Total expenditmes
Balance
See I'ootnotes at end of table.




Fiscal year 1972

$4,410,779, 742.17
-47,361,000. 00
489,576,810.38
388,437,880. 28

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

5,896.89
50,000,000.00

$29, 788, 370, 673.07
-338,758, 000.00
2,735,632,821.20
1,720,640,687.62
26,831,000.00
794,496.44
146,000,000.00

28,787,972,349.81

6,291,439,328.72

34,079,411,678.33

20,836,633,239.24
199,554,000.00

4,046,901,955.99
24,190,000.00

24,882,535,195.23
223,734, 000.00

68,340.708.20
647,358,184.46
6,114,164.06

10,106,445.54
194,607,449.71
'2,960,100.00

78,447,153.74
841,966,631.16
8,074,264.06

1,769,520.00
78,040,379.62

375,280.00
27,534,436.49

2,144.800.00
103,574,816.11

532,576,414.00
-235,948.00

2,645,262.00
1, 270,801.00

535,221,676.00
1,034,853.00

22,378,090,411.57

4,309,591,730.73

20,087,682,142.30

6,409,881,938.04

981,847,597.99

7,391,729,538.03

10,939,753.00

10,939,763.00

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TABLE 66.—Federal disability insurance trust fund, June SO, 1972—Continued
II. ASSETS HELD BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets
Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues. Federal disability insurance
trust fund series, maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
4M%ofl974
6^% of 1975..
63^%ofl976
:.
75^% of 1977
1
63^% of 1978
5^%of 1979-.
Treasury bonds:
2 ^ % of 1974
• 3M%ofl974
2 ^ % of 1975
3%% of 1975..
3M%ofl978
3K%ofl977
3>g%of 1978...
43^% of 1979...
4H%ofl980
.
Total special issues

*
June 30,1971

$309,178,000.00
583,612,000.00
1,151,808,000.00
1,394,488,000.00
1,284,249,000.00

$1,068,617,000.00

$309,178,000.00
583,612,000.00
1,161,608,000.00
1,394,486,000.00
1,284,249,000.00
1,068,817,000:00
426,000.00
20,738,000.00
132,894,000.00
20,738,000.00
153,632,000.00
153,832,000.00
153,632,000.00
163,832,000.00
125,606,000.00

6,712,761,000.00
$10,000,000.00
3,750,000.00
26,000,000.00
14,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
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
6,000,000.00

Total public issues.

983,898,000.00

1
...
$2,000,000.00
-2,000,000.00 .

314,995,000.00

Investments in agency securities:
Government National Mortgage Association participation certificates:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
63^% of 1972

- 6,696,869,000.00
$10,000,000.00
3,750,000.00
26,000,000.00
14,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
2,000,000.00
16,600,000.00
6,000,000.00
10,000,000.00
20,795,000.00
30,260,000.00
80,800,000.00
68,400,000.00
10,600,000.00
5,000,000.00
314,996,000.00

60,000,000.00

-60,000,000.00 .

50,000,000.00

Total agency securities

Totalassets

June 30, 1972

75,144,000.00
-74,719,000.00
-20,738,000.00
132,894,000.00
20,738,000.00
153,632,000.00
153,632,000.00
163,632,000.00
163,632,000.00
126,606,000.00..

Publicissues:
Treasury notes:
6M% series A-1975.
6% series B-1975
73^% series C-1976
7M% series B-1977......
8% serits A-1977
834% series A-1978..
6% series B-1978
Treasm-y bonds:
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 16. 1962)
4% of 1973
3K%ofl974
4H%ofl974
434% of 1975-85
4% of 1980
4M%ofl987-92
43^% of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
33^% of 1998

Total investments—par value
Undisbursed balance 3
Subtotal..
Unamortized discount and premium on Investments (net)

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

—60,000,000.00 .

6,077,766,000.00
332,126,938.04
6,409,881,938.04

933,898,000.00
47,949,597.99
981,847,697.99

7,011,654,000.00
380,075,536.03
7,391,729,636.03

-1,653,305.34

101,116.48

-1,452,189.86

6,408,328,632.70

981,948,713.47

7,390,277,346.17

* Appropriations are equal to the araount of eraployment taxes coUected as estiraated 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 30,1987, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
8 Includes the following balances in accounts as of June 30:
Benefit payments....
Vocational rehabilitation program payments




1971
$331,490,711.97
635,228.07

1972
$379,504,452.66
671,083.37

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TABLE 67.—Federal hospital insurance trust fund, June SO, 1972

[This trust fund was estabUshed in accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act amendments
approved July 30,1966 (42 U.S.C. 13951)]
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 IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1971
Receipts:
Appropriations L
$19,640,460,953.61
Less refund of internal revenue collections. —211,884,600.00
Deposits by States
1,888,768,197. 71
Interest and profits on investments 2
623,414,910. 03
Transfers from general fund
2,894,560,324.42
Payments from raihroad retirement accounts.
244,004,000.00
Other
6,313,638.88
Totalreceipts

24,884,827,622.65

Expenditures:
Benefit payinents
21,146,305,374.78
Interest paid to Federal supplementary
raedical Insurance trust fund
800,000.00
Administrative expenses:
To general fund
29,738,962.12
To Federal old-age and survivors insmance
trustfund
66,174,994.00
To Federal disabUity insmance trust
fund
249,123.00
To Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
634,266.00
Salaries and expenses
623,100, 793.18
Construction
786,420.18
Public health services
16,032,000.00

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

$4,743,452,776.26
-61,316,000.00
633, 762,867. 22
187,427,073. 53
651,351,000.00
66,108, 000. 00
8 358,375.89

$24,283,913,729.87
-282,999,600. 00
2,422,611,064. 93
710,841, 983. 58
3,445,911,324.42
310,110,000. 00
6,672,012. 77

6,031,133,092. <

0,916,960,616.55

6,109,138,844.17

27,254,444,218.95
.

800,000.00

6,607,081.50

36,346,043.62
66,174,994.00

Balance...

-733,233.00

21,781,721,923.26

166,851,322. 47
1,144,000.00
3, 766,000. 00
6,275,513,892.14

634,266.00
678, 952,116. 65
1,930,420.18
18, 787,000. 00
28,067,235,816.40

3,103,106,599.39

Total expenditmes

-982,358.00

-244,380,799.24

2,858,724,800.15

II. ASSETS HELD BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y
June 30,1971

Assets
Investraents in public debt secmities:
Special issues. Federal hospital insmance
trust fund series, matming June 30:
Treasury notes:
55^% of 1975
63^% of 1978
75^% of 1977.
6H%of 1978
534% of 1979
.

Total special issues

Investments in agency secmities:
Governraent National Mortgage Association
participation certificates:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
. 6.20%ofl982
Total agency secm-ities
Total investnients par value
Undisbmsed balance
Total a.ssets

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1972

$400,118,000.00
729, 200,000.00
919,358,000.00
931,182,000.00

-$400,118,000.00 .
-283,781,000.00
537,999,000.00

$445,419; 000. 00
919,358,000.00
931,182,000. 00
537,999,000. 00

2,979,858,000.00

-145,898,000.00

2,833,958,000. 00

.

50,000,000.00

50,000,000. 00

50,000,000.00
3,029,856,000.00
73,249,599.39
3,103,105,599.39

50,000,000. 00
-145,898,000.00
-98,482,799.24
-244,380,799.24

2,883,958,000. 00
-25, 233,199. 85
2,858,724,800.15

1 Appropriations are equal to the araount of eraployment taxes coUected as estimated by the Secretary of
the Treasury and adjusted in accordance ^^'ith 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 disabiUty insurance trust fund.
2 Thi-ough June 30,1987, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
3 Includes $5,294.00 reimbmsement of mterest from Federal supplementary medical insurance trust
fund, $80,016.00 reimbmsement of interest from Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund, and
$288,445.00 reimbmsement of interest from Federal disabiUty insmance trust fund.




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97

TABLE 68.—Federal supplementary medical insurance trustfund, June SO, 1972
[This trust fund was established In accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act amendments
approved July 30, 1966 (42 U.S.C. 1396t)]
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 30,1971

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments
Interest paid to Federal hospital insm'ance
trustfund...
Administrative expenses:
Salaries and expenses
.
Construction of buildings
To general fund
To CivU service
To Federal disability insurance trust
fund.
.
To Federal old-age and survivors insm-rance trust fund
...
To Federal hospital insurance trust fund..
To Public Health Service
'...

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

$3,658,832,808.31
389,894,995.67

$1,114,620,811.32
137,942,843.49

$4,771,153,419.83
627,637,839.18

390,578,051.17
4,414,719,675.58
90,982,732.73
1,779,228.22

87,688,397.14
1,365,295,371.21
28,947,147.37
169,331.90

478,164,448.31
6,780,015,046. 79
119,929,880.10
1,838,558.12

8,944,385,289.88

Receipts:
Premiums transferred from Federal old-age
and survivors insurance trust fund. Federal disability insurance trust fund, railroad retirement accomit, and civil service
retirement and disabUity fimd.
Premiums deposited by States
Premium collections by Social Secm'ity
Administration
Federal matching contributions
Interest on investnients
Miscellaneous income..

Fiscal year 1972

'2,734,353,902.43

11,678,739,192.11

7,713,011,224.77 - 2,256,089,323.33

9,968,080,548.10

4,514,953.00

5,294.00

4,520.247.00

928,103,716.00
885,820.93
103,846.23
317,529.76

282,139,670.28
1,372,800. 00
58,635,69
104,182.70

1,208,243,385.28
2,258,820.93
160,281.92
421,712.46

-10,882,512.00...

-10,882,512.00

Balance

4,189,398.00
784,000.00

19,051,642.00
-301,643.00
6,478,000.00

8,654,328,978.89

2,543,701,304.00

11,198,030,282.69

290,058,310.99

Total expenditures

14,862,244.00
-301,643.00
5,714,000.00

190,652,598.43

480,708,909.42

II. ASSETS HELD B Y THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Assets
Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues. Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund series, matming June 30:
Treasmy notes:
75^% of 1977
63^% of 1978..
5M%ofl979
Total investments
Undisbm-sed balance
Totalassets

June 30,1971

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrea.se (—)

June 30, 1972

$2,786,000.00
254,641,000.00

-$2,786,000.00
-8,716,000.00
232,160,000.00

$246, 9'25,000.00
232,150,000.00

257,427,000.00
32,829,310.99
290,058,310.99

220,848,000.00
-29,995,401.67
190,652,598.43

478,076,000.00
2,633.909.42
480,708,909.42

1 Includes $51,278.00 reimbursenient of Interest from Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.




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259

TABLE 69.—Federal old-age and survivors insurance trustfund, June SO, 1972
[This t r u s t fund, t h e successor of t h e old-age reserve account, was e s t a b l i s h e d i n accordance w i t h provisions
of t h e Social Secm-ity A c t a m e n d m e n t s (42 U . S . C . 401). F o r fm-ther details see A n n u a l R e p o r t s of t h e Secr e t a r y for 1940, p . 212 a n d 1950, p . 42]
1. 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
FEDERAL AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1971
Receipts:
Appropriations i
$273,920,495,024.96
Less refund of i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e collections
-3,011,222,500.00
Deposits b y States
20,720,949,310.75
I n t e r e s t a n d profits on i n v e s t n i e n t s K
14,955,397,978.81
Transfers from general fund 3
1,443,998,400.00
P a y n i e n t s from railroad r e t i r e m e n t a c c o u n t .
35,393,000.00
• Other*
23,448,559.18
Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit p a y m e n t s . . . .
C o n s t r u c t i o n ol b u i l d i n g s .
T o railroad r e t i r e m e n t a c c o u n t
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e expenses:
Salaries a n d expenses 5
T o general fund
T o 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
F r o m Federal disabihty insurance trust
fund
F r o m F e d e r a l hospital insm-ance t r u s t
fund....
F r o m F e d e r a l s u p p l e m e n t a r y medical
insurance trust f u n d . . .
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

Fiscal year
1972

IN

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

$32,462,923,738.53

$306,383,418,783.49

-348,858,000.00
3,596,457,120.21
1,718,113,941.64
487,546,000.00
47,181.15

-3,359,878,500.00
24,317,406,430.96
16,673,511,9'20.45
1,931,544,400.00
35,393,000.00
23,495,740.31

308,088,459,773.68

37,916,431,981.53

348,004,891,755.21

262,430,762,231.28
54,831,829.04
5,751,023,000.00

34,540,313,346.38
6,921,691.78
7'24,341,000.00

296,971,075,577.66
61,753,520.82
6,475,364,000.00

4,944,436,703.17
1,093,574,523.61

503,629,934.03
75,831,009.98

5,448,088,638.10
1,189,205,533.59

53,535,625.00

2,586,000.00

56,121,825.00

-513,453,075.00

-2,645,262.00

-516,098,337.00

-63,564,193.00

60,016.00

-63,494,177.00

-13,155,672.00

-4,138,120.00

-17,293,792.00

Balance

5,461,475.53

1,580,117.87

7,041,593.40

273,743,482,447.63

35,848,279,734.94

309,591,742,182.57

34,344, 997,3'26.05

T o t a l expenditures

2,068,152,'246. 59

36,413,149,572.64

II. ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E

Assets
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. F e d e r a l old-age a n d s u r v i vors insm'ance t r u s t fund series, m a t u r ing J u n e 30:
T r e a s m ' y notes:
454% of 1974
6 ^ % of 1975
63^% of 1976
7 ^ % of 1977
63^% of 1978-.
.
5!^% of 1979
Treasury bonds:
25^% of 1972
28^% of 1973
26^% of 1974
:
2 ^ % of 1975
3K%ofl975
3 ^ % of 1976
33^% of 1977...
37^% of 1978...:
4 3 ^ % of 1978...
.4 3 ^ % of 1979
.
4 H % o f 1980
T o t a l special iss ues
F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




J u n e 30, 1971

TREASURY

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

$2,720,279,000.00
2,460,795,000.00
3,844,864,000.00
5,033,298,000.00
3,408,850,000.00
$3,102,896,000.00
1,080,011,000.00 -1,080,011,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
-145,539,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
919,934,000.00
160,077,000.00
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 .
27,248,183,000.00

1,877,346,000.00

J u n e 30,1972

$2,720,279,000.00
2,400,795,000.00
3,84.4,864,000.00
5,033,296,000.00
3,468,850,000.00
3,10'2,896,000.00
934,47'2,000.00
1,080,011,000.00
919,934,000.00
160,077,000.00
1, 080,.bll, 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
29, r25,6'29,000.00

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TABLE 69.—Federal old-age and survivors' insurance trust fund, June SO,
i 57;^—Continued
II. ASSETS HELD BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E TREASURY-Continued
Assets

Investments in public debt securities—Continued
Publicissues:
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1967-72 (dated Oct. 20,1941)
4% of 1971
4% of 1973...
3>^%ofl974
43^% of 1974
43^% of 1974
43^% of 1975-86
33^% of 1978-83
4% of 1980
3M%ofl980
7% of 1981
3k%0fl986.
4>^% Of 1987-92
43^% of 1889-94
33^% of 1990..
.•
3% of 1996
.3M%ofl998
Treasury notes:
534% Series A-1975
8% Series B-1976.
7% Series D-1975
63^% Series A-1976
63^% Series A-1976
73^% Series C-1976
8% Series A-1977
2H% Investment Series B-1975-80
Total pubUc issues
Investments in agency securities:
Governraent National Mortgage Association:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
6i^%0fl972
5.20% of 1982
6.10% of 1987..
Federal assets finance trust:
6.40% of 1987
6.06% of 1988
6.46% of 1988
6.20% of 1988
Total agency secm'ities

June 30,1971

$260.00
100,000,000.00
38,000,000.00
24,600,000.00
61,934,000.00
6,362,000.00
78,023,000.00
60,200,000.00
163,100,000.00
449,460,000.00

$100,000,000.00

60,000,000. 00

26,700,000.00
33,000,000.00
91,300,000.00
668,260,000.00
70,170,000.00
662,037,000.00

:

7,000,000.00
17,450,000.00
60,000,000. 00

6,000,000.00
22,180,000.00
90,600,000.00
15,000,000.00
1,084,902,000.00

..:

3,622,048,260.00

$60,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
60,000,000.00

606,000,000.00

34,330,847,983.79

June 30,1972

$260.00
38,000,000.00
24,600,000.00
61,934,000.00
6,352,000.00
78,023,000.00
60,200,000.00
153,100,000.00
449,460,000.00
60,000,000. 00
26,700,000.00
33,000,000.00
91,300,000.00
658,260,000.00
70,170,000.00
552,037,000.00
7,000,000.00
17,460,000.00
60,000,000. 00
6,000,000.00
22,180,000.00
90,500,000.00
15,000,000.00
1,064,902,000.00
3,622,048,260.00

-$60,000,000.00
$100,000,000.00
60,000,000.00

76,000,000.00
65,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
230,000,000.00

Total investments, par value
31,376,231,260.00
Undisbursed funds 6
:
2,989,766,076.06
Subtotal
34,344,997,326.05
Unamortized discount and premium on in- •
vestments (net)
-14,149,342.26
Totalassets

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

76,000,000.00
65,000,000.00
36,000,000.00
230,000,000.00
-50,000,000.00

666,000,000.00

1,827,348,000. 00
240, 808,248. 69

33,202,577,260.00
3,210,672,322. 64

2,068,152,246.69

36,413,149,672.64

67,803.89

-14,091,538.37

,210,060.48

38,399,058,034.27

1 Appropriations are equal to the amount of employment taxes collected as estimated by the Secretary
of the Treasmy and adjusted In accordance with wage reports certified by the Secretai-y of Health, Education, and Welfare for distribution to this fund, the Federal disabiUty insmance trust fund, and the Federal
hospital insmance trust fund.
2 Through June 30, 1967, includes amortization of premium and discount, net.
8 In connection -with pa3ncnents of benefits to survivors of certain World War II veterans who died within
3 years after separation from active service.
* Incidental recoveries, and beginning with fiscal 1958, includes reimbmsement of interest in the net
amount of $16,023,989.00 transferred from the Federal disabiUty insmance trust fund; beginning with
fiscal 1968, $1,929,801.00 fi-om the Federal hospital insmance trust fund; and beginnhig with fiscal 1967,
$lj 132,672.00 fi-om the Federal supplementary medical insmance trust fund.
5 Paid directly from the trust fund beginning with fiscal 1947 under annual appropriation acts.
0 Includes the foUowing balances in accounts as of June 30:
mi
1972
Benefit payments
$2,956,494,905.47
$3,180,336,810.66
Salaries and expenses
12,004,187.01
27,081,76L96
Construction of buildings
1,214,724.18
3,118,132.40
Vocational rehabiUtation program payment
62,269.39
37,617.73




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TABLE 70.—Foreign service retirement and disability fund, June 30, 1972
[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 fmther details, 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)
Fiscal year
1972

. Cumulative
through
June 30,1971
Receipts:
Deductions from salaries, service credit payments,
and voluntary contributions of employees subject to retirement a c t . . .
Appropriations i
Payments by employing agency 1
Receipts from civil service retirement and disability fund..
Adjustments in-widow survivor benefits
Interest and profits.on investraents
Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Annuity payments and refunds
Balance

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

$82,185,194.78
26,815,900.00
45,120,713.25

$18,862,515.82
8,058,468.99

$99,047,710.55
26,815,900.00
53,179,182.19

21,902,570.32
37,775.00
31,328,428.34

3,590,006.08
8,300.00
2,808,044.98

25,492,578.36
44,075.00
34,134,471.32

206,390,579.69

31,323,336.85

237,713,915.52

152,248,917.76

26,524,382.56

178,773,721.44

64,141,66L93

4,798,963.29.

58,940,194.08

II. ASSETS HELD B Y THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Assets
Investments in pubUc debt securities:
Special issues, foreign service retirement fund
series raaturing June 30:
Treasmynotes:
4%ofl972..
4% of 1973
4%ofl974
.
4% of 1975
6H%ofl976
75^% of 1977
63^% of 1978
5K% of 1979
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1976
4% of 1977..
4% of 1978..
4% of 1979..
4% of 1980.
4% of 1981..
4% of 1982..
4% of 1983Total investraents.
Undisbm-sed balance
Total assets..

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30,197L

$3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
6,082,000.00
6,721,000.00
4,454,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.

3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

-$3,017,000.00 .

9,125,000.00

62,461,000.00
1,680,861.93
54,141,661.93

June 30, 1972

$3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
5,082,000.00
8,721,000.00
4,454,000.00
9,125,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00
3,017,000.00

6,108,000.00
-1,309,046.71
4,798,963.29

68,569,000.00
371,616.22
68,940,616.22

1 Beginning July 1,1981, appropriations are not made directly to the fund. Instead, in accordance with
the act approved Sept. 8,1980 (22 U.S.C. 1071(a)), the eniplojang 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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TABLE 71.—Highway trustfund, June SO, 1972

[This trustfund was established in accordance with the provisions of section 209(a) of the liighway Revenue
Act of 1958 (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 30,1971
Receipts:
Excise taxes: i
Gasoline 2
..-. $38,790,863,408.78
Diesel and special motor fuels
. . . 2,127,767,300.34
Tires 2.
5,380,356,039.23
Tread rubber 2
326,948,886.12
Trucks, buses, and trailers 2
5,109,360,283.55
Truckuse
1,285,427,244.79
Inner tubes 2..
307,162,878.59
Othertires
27'2,718,179.33
Parts and accessories for trucks, buses, etc.
422,694,184.94
Lubricating oils
492,040,554.12
Totaltaxes
Transfer to land and water conservation
fund
Grosstaxes
. Deduct—reirabmseraent to general f u n d refund of tax receipts:
Gasoline used on farms
Gasoline for nonhighway purposes or local
transit systems
GasoUne, other
Tires and tread rubber
Trucks, buses, and trailers
Floor stock taxes
Lubricating oils not used in highway
raotor vehicles
Light-duty trucks
Total refunds of taxes
Nettaxes
Interest on investment
MisceUaneous interest
Advances from general fund
Less return of advances to general fund...
Reimbm-sement from general fund
Netreceipts
Footnotes at end of table.




Fiscal year 1972

88,693,378.83
90,744,804.71

$42,646,683,960.65
2,419,624,803. 77
6,012,102,450.12
363,763,799.68
5,714,686,621.88
1,435,933,791.55
330,983,301.94
272,718,179.33
509,287,561.77
582,785,358.83

54,515,236,959.79

6,683,132,889.73

60,178,369,829.52

177,800,000.00

28,000,000.00

205,800,000.00

54,337,436,959.79

5,636,132,869.73

69,972,669,829.52

1,336,087,127.41

103,632,866.88

1,439,699,983.09

321,291,114.42
103,007.84
97,416.90
68,650.55
-640.38

22,731,614.80

344,022,729.02
103,007.84
97,416.90
68,850.65
-640.38

90,144,831.93

$3,755,720,551.87
'291,857,503.43
631,748,410.89
26,818,913.68
606,228,338.33
150,506,548.76
23,820,423.35

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

.....".
17,609,548.84
188,736,244.40

107,754,380.57
188,736,244.40

1,747,789,608.87

312,710,263.32

2,080,479,771.99

52,589,667,451.12
498,056,133.40
269,138.68
489,000,000.00
-489,000,000.00
15,097,772.00

6,322,422,606.41
205,829,972.49

57,912,090,067.53
703,686,105.89
269,138.68
489,000,000.00
-489,000,000.00
15,097,772.00

53,103,090,493.20

5,5*28,052,678.90

58,831,143,072.10

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

263

TABLE 71.—Highway trustfund, June SO, 1972—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 TRANSACTION S)—Continued
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1971
Expenditmes:.
Liighway prograra:
Reimbm-sement to general fund$501,018,553.13
Federal Aid Highway Act of 1958
48,905,434,782.03
Pentagon road network
2,244,825.94
Right-of-way revolving fund
36,040,276.48
National liighway Traffic Safety Administration
Trust fund share other highway prograras.
Total highway prograni
Services of Departraent of Labor (adrainistration and enforcenient of labor standards)
Interest on advances fiora general fund
Total expenditmes

49,444,738,237.58

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

$4,657,133,857.77
17,118,191.38

$501,018,563.13
53,562,568,639.80
2,244,625.94
53,156,467.86

12,938,000.00
3,031,334.00

12,936,000.00
3,031,334.00

4,690,217,383.15

64,134,955,620.73

368,225.00
6,288,481.44

368,225.00
6,288,481.44

49,451,394,944.02

4,690,217,383.15

54,141,612,327.17

3,661,695,549.18

Balance

837,835,195.75

4,489,530,744.93

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

Investnients in public debt securities:
Special issues. Treasury certificates of indebtedness, highway trust fund series
raaturing June 30:
5H%of 1972
5% of 1973
Total investments..
Undisbmsed balance
Totalassets

June 30,1971

Fiscal year 1972
increase,
or decrease

$3,634,888,000.00 -$3,834,868,000.00
4,456,381,000.00
3,634,868,000.00
16,827,549.18
3,851,695,549.18

821,513,000.00
16,322,195.76
837,835,195.76

June 30,1972

$4,456,381,000.00
4,456,381,000.00
33.149,744.93
4,489,630,744.93

1 Amounts equivalent to specified percentages of receipts frora certain taxes on motor fuels, vehicles, tires
and tubes, and use of certain vehicles are appropriated and transferred monthly from general fund receipts to
the trust fmid on the basis of estimates by the Secretary of the Treasury, with proper adjustnients to be made
in subsequent transfers as required by section 209(c) of the Highway Revenue Act of 1968, as amended (23
U.S.C. 120 note). See also the annual report to Congress on the financial condition and results of operations
of the highway trust fund.
2 Includes floor stocks taxes.




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,(2
TABLE 72.—Judicial survivors annuity fund, June SO, 1972

[This fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Aug. 3, 1956 (28 U.S.C. 376(b))]
L 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 INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS)

Curaulative
through
June 30,1971
Receipts:
Deductions from salaries and contributions
Interest and profits on investraents

Fiscal year
1972

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

Balance..

1,448.051.79
301,764.08

$13, 282,826. 47
1, 734,383. 65

13,247,393.25

1,749,816.87

14,997,209.12

6,896,677.17

857,905.54

7,754,682.71

6,360,716.08

Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Annuity payraents, refunds, etc

$11,814,773.88
1,432,619.67

891,910.33

7, 242,826. 41

IL ASSETS HELD BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y
Jime 30, 1971

Assets
Investraents In public debt securities:
PubUc issues:
Treasmy notes:
5 ^ % Series B-1974
6% Series B-1976
7% Series D-1975
73^% Series C-1978....
TH% Series B-1977
8% Series A-1977.
6% Series B-1978...
QH% Series A-1978
Treasmy bonds:
4% of 1971
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 16,1962)..
4% of 1973....
4H%ofl973
Z%% of 1974.....
43^% of 1974
434% Of 1975-85..
3 ^ % of 1978-83..
33^% of 1980
4% of 1980
6H% of 1982
63^% of 1988
4J4% of 1987-92
4 ^ % of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
3% of 1995
33^% O 1998
f
Total investraents.
Undisbmsed balance
Totalassets




i

Fiscal year 1972,
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1972

$880,000.00 ...
293,000.00 ...
$240,000.00
40,000. 00
156,000. 00
184,000.00

211,000. 00
359, 000.00

146,000.00 ..
240,000.00
-240,000.00 ...
160, 000. 00
—160,000:00
225,000.00 ...
70,000.00 ..
169,000.00 ...
494,000.00 ...
755,000.00 ..
545,500.00 ...
308,600.00 ..
684,000.00 ...
238, 000. 00
239,000. 00
722,000.00 ...
167,000.00 ...
188,600.00
61,000.00 ..
113,500.00 ...

$680,000. 00
293,000. 00
240,000. 00
40 000.00
155,000. 00
395,000.00
359 000.00
146, 000.00

225,000. 00
70,000. 00
189,000. 00
494,000. 00
765,000.00
545,500.00
308,500.00
664,000. 00
236 000.00
239,000.00
722,000. 00
167,000.00
188,500.00
51,000. 00
113,600. 00

6,339,000.00
11,716.08

895,000.00
-3,089.67

7, 234,000. 00
8, 628. 41

6,360,716. 08

891,910.33

7,242,626.41

TABLE 73.—Library of Congress trust funds, June SO, 1972
[Established in accordance with provisions of the act of Mar. 3,1925, as amended (2 U.S.C. 154-161). For further details see 1941 Annual Report, p. 149]
Permanent loan account
Funds on deposit with Treasurer of the
• UrUted States
June30,1971

Name of donor:
Babine, Alexis V
Benjamin, WUliam E
:
Bowker, Richard R
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Coolidge, Elizabeth S
Elson, Louis C , memorial fund
Feinberg, Lenore B. and Charles fund
Friends of Music in the Library of Congress
Guggenheim, DarUel
HaiUis, Nymphus Corridon
Huntington, Archer M
Koussevitzky Music Foundation, Inc
Longworth, Nicholas, Foundation
McKim fund
MUler, Dayton C
National Library for the BUnd, Inc
PenneU, Joseph.
Porter, Henry K., memorial fund
Roberts fund
Scala, Norman P., memoilal fund
Sonneck memorial fund
Stern memorial fund
WhittaU, Gertrude C :
CoUection of Stradivari instruments and
Tourte bows
Poetry fund
General literature...
Appreciation and understanding of good
literature.
WUbur, James B
Donations and hivestment hicome
Expenditures from investment income
Balances in the accounts

$6,684.74
83,083.31
14,843.15
93,307.98
804,444.26
1-2, 585.03
1,000.00
9,684.09
90,654.22
5,227.31
260,577.88
208,099.41
10,891.59
20,548.18
36,015.00
303,250.46
290,500.00
62,703.75
92,2-28.85
12,088.13
27,548.58

Flscalyear
1972

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

,538,609.44 .
414,698.20 .
393,279.59 .
150,000.00 .
305,813.57 .

5,248,186.50
5,248,188.60

June30,1972 Cumulative Fiscalyear
through
1972
June 30,1971

$300.00

$8,684.74
83,083.31
14,843.15
93,307.98
804,444.26
12, 585.03
1,000.00
9,984.09
90,654.22
5,227.31
260, 577.68
208,099.41
10,691.59

$9,085.86
79,545.29
10.607.50
124,295.06
590,673.59
13,160.71
55.91
7,114.74
119,305.22
3,229.56
258,624.39
145,885.17
12,391.18

$267.39
3,323.34
693.72
3,732.32
32,177.78
503.40
40.00
395.57
3, 828.16
209.10
10,423.10
8,323.98
427.66

1,353.
82, 888.
11, 201.
128, 027.
622, 751.
13, 684.
95.
7, 610.
122, 931.
3, 438.
287, 047.
154, 209.
12, 818.

21,782.65
26,905.47
365,049.56
289,388.04
50,805.67
17,364.37
15,905.82
7,545.83

821.92
1,440.60
12,130.02
11,820.00
2,508.16
3,689.15
483.52
1,101.94

22,
28,
377,
301,
63,
21,
52
18,
34
8,647.77

1,538,609.44 1,113,238.97
414,898.20
151,212.46
393,279.59
208,012.40
150,000.00
305,813.57

300.00 5,248,466.50

4,151,919.31
'•3,870,617.23
2 300.00 5,248, 466.50 ^ 281,302.08

» Revised.
•
1 Includes income from securities held as investment under deed of trust dated Nov.
17, 1938, administered by designated trustees including the Bank of New York.
2 Represents unappropriated receipts.




103,898.31
411,155.68

61,544.38 1,174,783.35
18,687.92
167,800.38
15,731.18
221,743.58
6,000.00
12,232.56

Income from donated securities, etc.

Cumulative Cumulative Fiscalyear
through
through
1972
June 30,1972 June 30,1971

20,548.18
36,015.00
303,250.46
290,500.00
62,703.75
92,228.85
12,088.13
27,648.58

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Interest at 4 percent paid by U.S.
Treasury

109,898.31
423,388.24

$1,785.58
49,744.60
8,024.80
37,838.38
131,904.76

.
.
.
.
.

$1,785.68
49,744.50
8,024.80
37,838.38
131,904.76

318.22
32,759.36 .

318.22
32,759.38

308,898.87

^rrJ

ZP
• 547,067.33 1 $24,698.67
•
757.02 .
. '•108,339.98
412.60 .

35,458.84

571,764.00
757.02
141,798.60
412.50

85,487.80
25,369.03 .

85,487.80
25,369.03

4,429.73 .
76.00 .

4,429.73
75.00

3,382.00

3,382.00

2,168.26

2,168.26

107,345.09 ,

209,934.87 4, 381,854.18 ' 1,145,209.30
184,338.08 4,054,955.31 ' 1,038,749.98
25, 596.79

Cumulative
through
June.30,1972

r io6,469.32

107,345.09
60,155.31
49,055.92
11,099.39

1,205,364.61
1,087,805.90
117, 558.71

NOTE.—Above table does not include $11,000 face amount UST Securities representing
bequests to the "Katie and Walter Louchheim Fund" donations. Also does not include
securities received from the bequest of the late Leonora Jackson McKam Estate consisting of various stocks, notes, and bonds Usted by the probate court at an appraised
or carrying value of $881,000.00.

>
>
yn

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197 2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 74.—National service life insurance fund, June 30, 1972

[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 Oct. 8. 1940 (38 U . S . C . 720).
F o r further details, see A n n u a l R e p o r t of t h e Secretary for 1941, p . 143]
L RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS IN
FEDERAL AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Curaulative
through
J u n e 30,1971
Receipts:
P r e n i i u m s a n d other r e c e i p t s . . .
I n t e r e s t on i n v e s t i n e n t s . . .
P a y m e n t s from general fund
Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit p a y r a e n t s , d i v i d e n d s , a n d r e f u n d s _ .

Fiscal year 1972

$14,170, 217,833.30
4,844,164,402.94
4,788,301,380.23

$478,113,815.79
292, 241,6'23.05
2.435,057.08

Cumulative
through
J u n e 30, 1972

$14,848,331,649.09
5,136,405,925.99
4,790,736,437.31

77'2,790,395.92

24,575,474,012.39

7'20,073,787.45

18, 099,488,889. 02

6,423,268,514.90

Balance

23,802,683,016.47
17,379,415,101. 57

52,716,608.47

6,475,985.123.37

IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets

I n v e s t r a e n t s i n public d e b t securities:
Special issues, national 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:
T r e a s u r y notes:
53^%ofl975
:
6 H % o f 1976
73^%ofl977
5^%0fl978
53^% of 1979
Treasury bonds:
3%ofl972..
3^%ofl972
3 ^ % of 1972
3 % of 1973
3->^%ofl973
3M%ofl973
3 % of 1974
3^%ofl974
354% Of 1974
35^%ofl975
3M%ofl975
3V^%ofl976
3 K % of 1976....
3 ^ % of 1076
334% of 1977.
3^%ofl977
3H%ofl978
3^%of3978
3^^% of 1979
:-...
35^% of 1980
434% of 1981
T o t a l .special issues




J u n e 30,1971

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

$332,597,000.00
305,419,000.00
509,007,000.00.
1,091,044,000.00

J u n e 30,1972

$481,013,000.00

$332,597,000.00
305,419,000.00
569,007,000.00
1,091,044,000.00
481,013,000.00

379,000,000.00
-379,000,000.00
6,948,000.00
-8,946,000.00
7,873,000.00
-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
6,948,000.00
386,873,000.00
343,149.000.00
43,724,000. 00
6,948,000.00 . . .
386,307,000.00
7,512,000.00..-298,259,000.00...-95,660,000.00 - . . .
393,819,000.00
393,819,000.00
2'25,452,000. 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
388,873,000.00
343,149,000.00
43,724,000.00
6,946,000.00
388,307,000.00
7,512,000.00
298,259,000.00
95,560,000.00
393,819,000.00
393,819,000.00
225,452,000.00

6,067,890,000.00

87,194,000.00

6,155,084,000.00

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APPENDIX

T A B L E 74.—National service life insurance fund, J u n e SO, 1972—Continued
I I . A S S E T S H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E NTT O F T H E

I n v e s t m e n t s in agency securities:
G o v e r n r a e n t N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association participation certificates:
Federal assets Uquidation t r u s t :
6.20% of 1 9 7 2 . . . .
5.20%ofl977
Federal assets finance t r u s t :
63^% of 1978
-.
-..6.45% of 1988
6.20% of 1988

$25,000,000.00
75,000,000.00 .

J u n e 30, 1972

-$25,000,000.00
$75,000,000.00
100,000,000. 00
35,000,000. 00
100,000,000. 00

100,000,000.00 .
35,000,000.00 .
100,000,000.00 .
335,000,000.00

-

-

-

-

T A B L E 75.—Pershing

-.

-25,000,000. 00

310,000,000. 00

6,402,890,000.00
20,378,514.90

T o t a l agency securities
Total investments
U n d i s b u r s e d balance.
Totalassets.-

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1971

Assets

TREASURY-Continued

82,194,000. 00
-9,477,391. 53

6,466,084,000. 00
10,901,123. 37

8,423,288,514.90

52,718,608.47

6,475,985,123. 37

HaU Memorial fund, J u n e SO, 1972

[This special fund was established in accordance with t h e provisions of the act of J u n e 28,1935, as a m e n d e d
(38 U . S . C . 491). For further details, see A n n u a l R e p o r t of t h e Secretary for 1941, p . 155]
I.

RECEIPTS

AND

EXPENDITURES

(EXCLUDING

INVESTMENT

Curaulative
through
J u n e cO, 1971
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 . . .
I n t e r e s t earned
Total receipts..

$482,032. 92
5, 783. 21
12,000. 35
211,308. 88

...
$7,385.00

-

7,385. 00

711,125. 38

288,629.70 .
288,629.70
200,'231. 38
200, '231. 38

7,385. 00

288,629. 70
207,816. 38

488,861.08
488,861. 08

T o t a l expenditures

7,385. 00

498,246. 08
214,879. 28

214,879.28 .

IL ASSETS H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E

J u n e 30,1971

I n v e s t n i e n t s in public d e b t securities:
PubUc issues:
T r e a s u r y b o n d s , 3 K % of 1990
U n d i s b u r s e d balance
T o t a l assets
4SS-9&.3—73

Cumulative
through
J u n e bO, 1972

Fiscal year 1972

703,740. 36
703, 740. 36

Expenditures:
Clainis a n d expenses
N a t i o n a l Treasurer, American Legion

Balance

$482,032.92
5,783.21
12,000.35
203,923. 88

TRANSACTIONS)




Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

$211,000.00
3,879.28
214,879.28

1(8

TREASURY

J u n e LO, 1972

---

$211,000.00
3,879.28

-

214,879.28

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TABLE 76.—Railroad retirement account, June SO, 1972

[This trust account was established in accordance with the pro-visions of the act of June 24,1937 (45 U.S.C.
228o(a)). For fmther details, see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 148]
L R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
IN F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)
Cumulative
through
June 30,1971- ,

Fiscal year 1972

TRANSACTIONS

Curaulative
through
June 30,1972

Receipts:
Appropriated i
$18,309,073,509.75
Unappropriated
5,005,739.49
Less refunds of taxes 2
_
1,773,888.02
Fines and penalties
1,713.47
Interest and profits on investraents
2,962,735,907. 21
Payments from Federal old-age and survivors and Federal disability insurance 3.. 5,950,577,000.00
Payments to Federal hospital insurance
trustfund
-238,151,000.00
Railroad uneraployraent insurance account:
Interest on advances
88,074,763.32
Repayment of advances
747,751,000.00
Totalreceipts

27,823,294,785.22

Expenditmes:
Benefit payraents, etc
21,913,152,346.42
Adrainistrative expenses 4
212,571,433.81
Payments to railroad unemployraent insmance account
15,020,043.00
Federal old-age and survivors and Federal
disabiUty insurance trust funds:
Payments
26,831,000.00
Interest payments
35,393,000.00
Advances to railroad unemployment Insmance account
^-.
798,151,000.00
Interest on refunds of taxes
. 103,072.97
Total expenditmes
Transfer from raUroad retu-ement supplemental account
-.

22,999,221,898.20

$1,028,490,218.80
-4,853,200.83
661,371.58
256,217,274.31

$19,335,583,728.55
152,538.68
2,435,239.60
1,713.47
3,218,953,181. 52

748,531,000.00

6,699,108,000. 00

-63,782,000.00

-301,933,000.00

3,718,528.88
58,300,000.00

91,791,292.00
806,051,000.00

2,023,958,449.38

29,847,253,214.80

2,107,478,996.65
19,720,561.84

24,020,831,343.07
232,291,995.65

11,888,000.00

26,908,043.00
26,831,000.00
35,393,000.00

59,900,000.00
7,144.51

856,051,000.00
110,217.48

2,198,994,703.00

25,198,216,599.20

1,701,760.45

71,427,485.67

73,129,226.12

4,825,774,629.47

Balance

-103,808,787.95

4,722,165,841. 52

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

Assets
Investraents in public debt securities:
Special issues, railroad retirement series,
matm-ing June 30:
Treasury notes:
4M%ofl974
5 ^ % of 1975..
83^% of 1976
754% Of 1977
- 6 ^ % of 1978....
5M%0fl979
Treasury bonds:
4%ofl978-...
• Footnotes at end of table.




June 30,1971

!
$409,289,000.00
482,623,000.00
647,948,000.00
847,447,000.00
819,501,000.00
180,839,000.00

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

$287,025,000. 00

796,856,000.00
-180,839,000.00

June 30,1972

$122,284,000. 00
482,823,000.00
847,948,000.00
847,447,000.00
819,501,000.00
796,858,000. 00

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 76.—Railroad retirement account, June 30, 1972—Continued
II. ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E TREASURY-Continued

Assets
Investments in public debt secm'itiesContinued
Special issues, railroad retirement series
matm-ing June 30—Continued
Treasmy bonds—Continued
43^% of 1978
; 43^% of 1979
4H%ofl980
:
Total special Issues..
PubUc issues:
Treasmy notes:
434% Series B-1972
5 ^ % Series A-1975
6% Series A-1975
7% Series D-1975
QH% Series A-1976
7 ^ % Series C-1976
TH.% Series B-1977....
6% Series B-1978
QH% Series A-1978.-...'
Treasury bonds:
4% of 1971
4% of 1972 (dated Sept. 15,1962).
33^% of 1974..
434% of 1975-85
33^% of 1980
4% of 1980
334% of 1985
63/^% of 1986.
434% of 1987-92
4% of 1988-93
4H% of 1989-94
3>^%ofl990
3% of 1995..
33^% of 1998..
Total public issues..
Investraents in agency securities:
Governraent National Mortgage Association
participation certificates:
Federal assets liquidation trust:
5.20% of 1977
Total agency securities..
Total investments.
Undisbursed balance
Totalassets

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30,1971

-$23,110,000.00 .
-208,201,000.00 .
-208,201,000.00 .

$23,110,000.00
208,201,000.00
208,201,000.00

-110,520,000.00

3,827,159,000.00
20,000,000.00
14,000,000.00 .
7,000,000.00 .
51,000,000.00 .
89,000,000.00 .
35,000,000.00 .
85,500,000. 00 .
8,500,000.00
33,500,000.00
156,700,000.00
47,261,000.00
6,000,000. 00
125,550,000.00
8,900,000.00

June 30,1972

-20,000,000.00 .

8,500,000.00
33,500,000.00
-8,500,000.00 .
-33,500,000.00 .

$3,718,639,000. 00

14,000,000.00
7,000,000. 00
8,500,000.00
51,000,000.00
89,000,000.00
35,000,000.00
33,500,000.00
85,500,000.00

14,000,000.00 .
8,000,000.00 .
13,100,000. 00 .
38,925,000. 00 .
3,200,000.00 .
31,550,000.00 .

158,700, 000. 00
47,261, 000.00
6,000, 000.00
125,550, 000.00
6,900, 000.00
20,000, 000.00
14,000, 000. 00
8,000, 000.00
13,100, 000.00
38,925, 000.00
3,200, 000.00
31,550, 000.00

792,686,000.00 .

792,886,000.00

50,000.000.00 .

50,000,000.00

.
.
.
.
.

20,000,000.00

50,000,000.00 .

50,000,000.00

,689,845,000.00
155,929,829.47

-110,520,000.00
6,911,212. 05

4,559,325,000.00
162,840,84L52

4,825,774,629.47

-103,808,787.95

4,722,165,841.62

1 Includes the Government's contribution for creditable railitary service under the act of Apr. 8,1942, as
araended 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 araount of taxes deposited in the Treasmy (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."
8 Pmsuant to act of June 24,1937 (45 U.S.C. 228e(k)).
4 Beginning Aug. 1, 1949, paid from the trust fund under title IV, act of June 29, 1949 (45 U.S.C. 228p)
and subsequent annual appropriations acts.




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.'2
TABLE 77.—Railroad retirement holding account, June 30, 1972

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, 1971
Receipts:
Appropriated tax collections
Interest and profits on investments-

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

Fiscal year 1972

Balance..

-$282,000. 00
-5,000.00

$3,104,000. 00
30,000. 00

3,401,000.00

-287,000.00

3,134,000. 00

3,401,000.00

Total receipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payraents, etc.

$3,368,000.00
35,000.00

-287,000.00

3,134,000.00

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y
Assets
Investraents in public debt securities:
Special issues, railroad retireraent series, maturing
June 30:
Treasury certificates of indebtedness:
63^% of 1972
bH%oimZ

June 30, 1971

Fiscal yeai-1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

June 30, 1972

Totalassets.

-.$3,401,000.00
3,134,000.00

$3,134,000. 00

3,401,000.00

-287,000.00

3,134,000. 00

3,401,000.00

Total investments.
Undisbursed balance

$3,401,000.00

-287,000.00

3,134,000. 00

TABLE 78.—Railroad retirernent supplemental account, June 30, 1972
[The trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of the act of Oct. 30, 1988 (45 U.S.C*
2280 (b))] ,
L 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)
Curaulative
through
June 30, 1971
Receipts:
Tax collections:
Appropriated

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through
June 30, 1972

$200,071,725.69

$72,158,204.80

4^,'m,'QiQ.ll

i^65i,'826.'82

6,968,'442.93

Totalreceipts

204,488,341.70

73,710,03L82

278,198,373.32

Expenditures:
Benefit payments

176,247,455. 75

71,745,108.27

246,992,582.02

Interest and profits on Yiivestraents.....'..'...-.-""'-'

$272,229,930.39

Interest on refunds of taxes
Total expenditures
Balance

176,247,466.75

71,745,106.27

246,992,562.02

-1,701,760.45

-458,298.87

-2,180,059.32

27,539,125.50

Transfer to railroad retirement account.

1,506,628.48

29,046,76L98

IL ASSETS H E L D BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E T R E A S U R Y
Assets
Investraents in public debt secmities:
Special issues, railroad retirement series, maturing
June 30:
Treasury certificates of Indebtedness:
63^% of 1972
6K%ofl973
Total investments
Undisbm-sed balance
Totalassets




June 30,1071

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

$21,809,000.00 -$21,609,000.00
22,318,000.00
21,609,000.00
5,930,126.50
27,639,125.60

709,000.00
797,626.48
1,506.626.48

June 30, 1972

$22,318,000.00
22,318,000.00
6,727,751.98
29.045,751.98

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

271

TABLE 79.—Unemployment trustfund, June 30, 1972
[This trust fund was established in accordance with the provisions of Ssc. 904(a) Social Security Act of
Aug. 14,1935 (42 U.S.C. 1104). For further details see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 145]
I. R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S (EXCLUDING INVESTMENT
IN F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES)

TRANSACTIONS

Curaulative
through
June 30, 1971

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through
June, 30 1972

$138,024,733. 38
58,977,401,157.60

$3,226,288,403.81

$138,024,733. 38
82,'203,687,56L 21

6,795,122,357.61
27,889,91*2.79

463.077,286.40
-1,161,072.80

7,'258,199,644. 01
28,728,840.19

STATE UNEMPLOYMENT ACCOUNTS

Receipts:
Appropriations from general fund i
Deposits by States
Interest earned:
Collected....'
Accrued
Totalreceipts

65,938,438,18L 38

3,688,202,617.41

69,828,640,778.79

Expenditures:
Withdrawals by States
Advances to States

55,553,779,978.06
.

5,979,628,002.88

81,533,407,980.94

Total expenditures

55,553,779,978.06

6,979,628,002.88

61,533,407,980.94

21,657,728.61

2599.52

21,858,328.13

88,500,000.00

107,226,93L 89
303,286,000.00

Transfers:
From Employraent Security Adrainistration Account (1958 Act)
To the railroad unemployraent insurance
account
Frora Federal unemployment account
From Federal extended compensation account (reimburseraent).
-.
To Federal unemployraent account
From Federal extended uneraployment
account
.-..

46,282,805.47
220,021,388.20

46,282,805.47
220,021,386. 20

-

157,673,940.05

773,231,621.13

135,131,166.04

Nettransfers
Balance

107,226,93L 89
236,765,000.00

839,732,220.85

930,905,66L 18
974,863,376.69

10,519,789,339.36 -1,451,893,164.82"

9,068,098,174.54

RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
ACCOUNTS
BENEFIT PAYMENTS ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Deposits by RaUroad Retirement Board....
Advances from the raUroad retirenient
account
From the raUroad unemployraent insurance
adrainistration fund
Advance by the Secretary of Treasury.
Interest earned:
Collected
Accrued
Totalreceipts
Expenditures:
Benefit paynients
..
To the railroad unemployraent Insmance
adrainistration fund
Repayraent of advances to raUroad retireraent account....
Repayraent of advance to the Secretary of
theTreasury
Repayraent of advances frora general fund
for teraporary unemployraent corapensationbenefits
Payment of interest on advances frora railroad retireraent account
Total expenditures
Transfers:
To the railroad uneraployraent insurance
adrainistration fund 3
From State unemployraent funds
From the raUroad unemployraent insurance
adrainistration fund 4
Nettransfers
Balance
Footnotes at end of Part I.




2,933,834.330.88

123,938,235.71

3,057,772,666. 59

796,151,000.00

59,900,000.00

856,051,000.00

108,187,199.00
15,000,000.00

106,187,199.00
15,000,000.00

222,381,638.77
27,828,21

125,853.32
-316.55

222,507,492.09
27,610.88

4,073,581,994.88

183,983,773.48

4,257,645,788.34

3,310,424,969.52

120,090, OIL 77

3,430, 516,88L 29

58,300,000.00

806,051,000.00

12,338,198.54
747,751,000.00

12,338,198.54

16,000,000.00

15,000,000.00

19,398,692.24

19,398,692.24

86,680,07L54

3,718,628.68

90,396,600.22

4,191,692,83L 84

182,107,440.46

4,373,700,272.29

3,464,997.48
107,226,93L 89

3,464,997.48
107,226,93L 89

16,821,946.59

18,621,946.69

120,383,88L 00

120,383,88L 00

2,373,044.02

1,856,333.03

4,229,377.05

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TABLE 79.— Unemployment trustfund, June SO, 1972—Continued
Curaulative
through
June 30,1971

Fiscal year 1972

Curaulative
through
June 30,1972

RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

ACCOUNTS-Continued
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE FUND

Receipts:
Deposits by Railroad Retirement Board
Adjusted for prior year (unexpended balance)
Interest earned:
Collected
Accrued

$111,843,093.60
7,237,031.36 . .

$7,465,522.11

$119,308,815.71
7,237,031.36

2,772,190.04
21,188.42

287,658.11
-721.24

3,059,848.15
20,467.18

Totalreceipts

121,873,503.42

7,752,458.98

129,625,982.40

Expenditures:
Administrative expenses

102,104,106.75

8,131,675.95

110,235,782.70

Transfers:
From railroad unemployment Insmance
account 3
To raih-oad unemployraent insmance account*
Nettransfers
Balance

3,464,997.48 . . .

3,464,997.48

16,821,946.59 . . .

16,621,946.59

13,158,949.11 .

13,156,949.11
-379,216.97

6,812,447.56

6,233,230.59

FEDERAL EXTENDED COMPENSATION ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Advances frora general fund
Expenditures:
Temporary extended unemployment compensation payments
Repayment of advances from general fmid..
Total expenditures
Transfers:
From employraent secmity adrainistration
account
Reimbmsement to State accounts
Net transfers

814,094,450.04

«814,094,450.04 . . .
767,061,199.27
773,120,345.10

-11,143. 65
11,143. 65

767,060,066.62
773,131,488.76

1,540,181,544.37 . . .

1,540,181,544.37

722,389,899.80 . . .
46,282,805.47

772,369,899.80
46,282,805.47

726,087,094.33 . . .

726,087,094.33

Balance
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
ACCOUNT

Receipts;
Transfers (Federal unemployraent taxes):
Appropriated
fl
7,403,116,161.50
Less refund of taxes
-61,310,490.32
Advance from general (revolving) fund
2,688,825,661.70
Less retmn of advances to general fund.. -2,688,825,861.70
CoUected....'......
Accrued
Totalreceipts
Expenditmes:
Administrative expenses to Department of
Labor
Salaries and expenses, Bm-eau of Employment Security
Grants to States for unemployment compensation and employment service administration
Payments to general fund:
Temporary unemployment compensation—1958
Reirabmseraent for adrainistrative expenses..
Interest on advances from general (revolvhig) fund
Interest on refund of taxes
Total expenditmes
Footnotes at end of part I.




29,512,502.13
243,457.05
7,371,561,630.36

1,035,691,300.53
-13,199,765.17
71,902,213.00
-71,902,213.00

8,438,807,482.03
-74,510,255.49
2,780,727,874.70
-2,760,727,874.70

6,092,876.72
-15,276.66
1,028,569,135.42

35,605,378.85
228,180.39
8,400,130,765.78

5,449,650.00

772,000.00

6,221,650.00

171,571,605.15

25,408,346.60

196,979,951.75

5,530,408,938.81

776,472,743.43

6,306,881,682.24

182,432,813.74

182,432,813.74

80,147,140.89

12,071,486.04

92,218,626.93

33,694,524.81
2,009,504.49

538,598.30
364,542.62

34,231,123.11
2,374,047.11

6,005,714,177.89

815,625,716.99

6,821,339,894.88

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 79.— Unemployment trustfund, June SO, 1972—Continued
Cumulative
through
June 30, 1971

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through
June 30,1972

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
ACCOUNT—Continued

Transfers:
To State accounts.
To Federal uneraployraent account:
Excess fl
Reduced tax credits:
Alaska
Michigan
To Federal extended compensation account.
To extended uneraployraent corapensation
account

$21,657,728.61

$599.52

$21,658,328.13

150,421,556.37 ,

160,421,556.37

1,382,411.44
15,381,202.36 .
772,369,899. 80 .

1,362,411.44
15,381,202.30
772,369,899. 80

197,277,007.95

181,031,634.91

1,158,469,808.53

181,032,234.43

1,319,502,040.98

207,377,645. 94

51,911,184.00

259,288,829.94

1,597,997.49
2,838.69

122,268. 44
-308. 58

1,720,263.93
2,532.13

1,800,838.18

121,959.88

1,722,798.06

573,457,823.79

573,457,823.79

197,277,007.95
157,873,940.05

161,031,634.91
773,231,621.13

358,308,642. 88
930,905,561.18

Net transfers

39,603,087. 90

-38,742,162.43

860,905.47

Balance

41,203,904.08

-38,620,202.55

2,583,701.53

197,085,508. 86
1,232,849.68

27,282,082.97
-88,354.11

224,327,571.83
1,184,495.57

405,649,230. 71

27,193,708. 86

432,842,939.57

Net transfers.

.

Balance

358,308,642. 86

EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Interest earned:
Collected
•.
Accrued
Total receipts..
Transfers:
From general fund.
From Employment Secmity Adrainistration account
To State account

FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT ACCOUNT

Receipts:
Appropriations from general fund
Interest earned:
CoUected
Accrued
Total receipts..
Expenditmes:
To Bmeau of Employraent Secmity, Departraent of Labor
Transfers:
To State uneraployraent accounts...
Frora State uneraployment accounts
.,'
Frora eraployment secm-ity administration
account—reduced tax credits
, Frora eraployment security administration
account—excess ^
1
To employraent security account

207,350,872.17

207,350,872.17

6,070,787.08

6,070,787.08...

236,765,000.00
220,021,386.20 .

86,500,000. 00

303,265,000.00
220,021,386.20

16,743,613.80 .

18,743,613. 80

205,982,488.97 .
55,580,932.60 .

205,982,488.97
55,560,932.60

Net transfers.

150,421,558.37

Balance

550,000,000.00

66,500,000.00

83,921,556.37
510,693,708. 86

Undistributed earnings:
Collected
Acci-ued.
Balance
SUMMARY OF BALANCES

State uneraployment accounts
10,519,789,339.36 -1,451,693,164.82
Railroad unemployment insmance accounts:
Benefit payments account.
2,373,044.02
1,856,333.03
Administrative expense fund
• 6,612,447.56
-379,216.97
Federal extended compensation account
Employment secmity administration account.
207,377,645.94
51,911,184.00




9,068,098,174.54
4,229,377.05
6,233,230.59
259,288,829.94

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197 2 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
TABLE 79.— Unemployment trust fund, June SO, Ifj

I.

-Continued

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 INVESTMENT TRANSACTIONS IN
F E D E R A L AND NON-FEDERAL SECURITIES-Continued
Cumulative
through
J u n e 30 ,1971

Fiscal y e a r 1972

Curaulative
through
J u n e 30,1972

SUMMARY OF BALANCES—Continued

E x t e n d e d u n e m p l o y m e n t c o m p e n s a t i o n account
Federal unemploymen t account
U n d i s t r i b u t e d earnings

-$38,620,202.55
-39,306,291.14

$2,583,701.63
510,893, 708.86

11,327,356,380.96

Totalassets....

$41,203,904.08
550,000,000.00

-1,476,231,358.45

9,851,125,022.51

1 A m o m i t s a p p r o p r i a t e d to t h e u n e m p l o y m e n t t r u s t fund.prior to e n a c t r a e n t of t h e E r a p l o y r a e n t Security
A c t of 1960 representing t h e excess of coUections from F e d e r a l u n e m p l o y m e n t tax over e r a p l o y m e n t security
expenses (42 U . S . C . 1101(b)).
2 R e p r e s e n t s transfer of $330.21 to Cahfornia, $102.87 to I n d i a n a , a n d $166.44 to W e s t V i r g i n i a .
3 A m o u n t transferred p u r s u a n t to P u b l i c L a w 88-133, a p p r o v e d O c t . 5,1983 (77 S t a t . 219).
4 R e p r e s e n t s t h e excess i n t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i v e expense funds transferred pm-suant to sec. 11(d) of t h e Railroad U n e m p l o y m e n t Insm'ance A c t (45 U . S . C . 361(d)).
5 I n c l u d e s $36,274,280.68 n o t r e p a y a b l e to general fund p u r s u a n t to sec. 905(a) of t h e Social Security A c t as
amended.
6 Excludes u n a p p r o p r i a t e d receipts of —$23,677,960.06.
7 R e p r e s e n t s excess in t h e e m p l o y m e n t s e c u r i t y a d m i n i s t r a t i o n a c c o u n t transferred p u r s u a n t to 42 U . S . C .
1102.
II. ASSETS H E L D

BY THE DEPARTMENT

Assets

I n v e s t n i e n t s i n p u b l i c d e b t securities:
Special issues, m i e m p l o y r a e n t t r u s t fund
series, raaturing 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 :
5% of 1972.
6% of 1 9 7 3 . . .
T o t a l special i s s u e s .
P u b U c issues:
T r e a s u r y notes:
4M% Series B-1972
bYsfo Series B-1974
b H % Series A-1974
5 ^ % Series A-1975
bY8% Series C-1975
6% Sei'ies B-1975
7% Series D-1975
63^% Series A-1976
63^% Series B-1976
73^% Series C-1976
T'H% Series B-1977
8% Series A-1977
6% Series B-1978
QH7o Series A-1978
Treasm-y b o n d s :
4% of 1 9 7 1 . .
4 % of 1972 ( d a t e d Sept. 16, 198'2).
4 % of 1973
4>^% of 1973
33^% of 1974
4 3 ^ % of 1974
43^%.ofl974
434% of 1975-85
334% of 1978-83
4% of 1980.
33^% Of 1 9 8 0 . . . .
334 of 1986
63^% of 1 9 8 8 . . . .
43-^% of 1987-92.
4 % of 1 9 8 8 - 9 3 . . .




OF T H E T R E A S U R Y

(ACCRUAL

Fiscal y e a r 1972,
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1971

BASIS)

J u n e 30,1972

$8,614,256,000.00 -$8,514,258,000.00 .
7,185,886,000.00
$7,185,886 000.00
8,514,256,000.00 -1,328,370,000.00

192,000,000.00
44,900,000.00
354,300,000.00
88,150,000.00
1, 700,000.00
3,000,000.00

.
.
.
.
.

19,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
37,450,000.00
3,000,000.00
134,'250,000.00

.
.
.
.
.

-192,000,000.00

10,000,000.00

138,500,000.00
50,500,000.00 .
10,000,000.00
48, 500,000.00
48,000,000.00
9,000,000.00
16,000,000.00
127,000,000.00
'2,840,000.00
32,710,000.00
63,050,000.00
106,000,000.00
53,000,000.00
14,000,000.00

7,186,888,000.00

44,900,000.00
354,300,000.00
68,150,000.00
1,700,000.00
3,000, 000.00
10, 000,000.00
19,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
37,450,000.00
3,000,000.00
134,250,000.00
138,600,000.00
50,500,000.00

-10,000,000.00 .
-46,500,000.00 .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
100,000,000.00

108,490,000.00..
17, 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
53,060,000.00
106,000,000.00
53,000,000.00
14,000,000.00
100,000,000.00
106,490,000.00
17,500,000.00

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APPENDIX

T A B L E 79.— Unemployment trustfund, J u n e SO, 1972—Continued
II.

A S S E T S H E L D B Y T H E D E P A R T M E N T O F T H E T R E A S U R Y ( A C C R U A L BASIS)—
Continued

Assets

I n v e s t m e n t s i n pubUc d e b t secmities—Con.
P u b l i c issues—Continued
Treasury bonds—Continued
4 H % of 1989-94
33^% of 1990
33^% of 1998....
2 H % I n v e s t m e n t Series B-1975-80
T o t a l p u b l i c issues
I n v e s t r a e n t s i n agency securities:
G o v e r n r a e n t 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 :
5.20% of 1972
T o t a l agency securities.,

F i s c a l y e a r 1972,
increase, or
decrease (—)

J u n e 30,1971

$174,300,000.00
113,009,000. 00
43,200,000.00
745,000.000.00

J u n e 30,1972

.
.
.
.

$174,300,000. 00
113,009,000. 00
43, 200,000. 00
745,000,000. 00

2,828,849,000.00 .

2,828,649,000. 00

100,000,000.00
100,000,000.00

-$100,000,000.00 ,
-100,000,000.00 .

Total investments, par value
U n e x p e n d e d balances:
Trustaccount....
Raihroad u n e m p l o y r a e n t
insurance accounts:
Benefit p a y n i e n t s account
A d r a i n i s t r a t i v e expense fund
F e d e r a l extended c o m p e n s a t i o n account
E r a p l o y r a e n t s e c m i t y a d m i n i s t r a t i o n account
A c c o u n t s receivable

11,240,905,000.00

-1,428,370,000.00

9,812,535,000. 00

24,035,408.29

-7,987,795.40

18,067,610. 89

949,030.48
113,591.43

-315,911.77
43,324.05

633,118. 71
156,915. 48

38,952,772.85
4,038.30

-37,942,865. 00
75,981. 70

1,009,907. 85
80,000. 00

Subtotal
A c c r u e d interest on i n v e s t n i e n t s .
U n a m o r t i z e d discount
Unaraortized premium
Accrued interest p u r c h a s e d

11,304,959,839.35
29,418,072.97
-8,968,270.08
807,987.46
1,138,771.24

-1,474,477,286.42
-1,246,049.01
736,429.20
-105,680.98
-1,138,77L24

9,830,482,552.93
28,172,023.96
-8,231,840.86
702,286.48

11,327,358,380.96

-1,476,231,368.45

9,851,125,022. 51

Totalassets




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TABLE 79.—Unemployment trustfund, June 30, 1972—Continued
I I I . 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 30,1972, O P E R A T I O N S I N 1972, A N D B A L A N C E
J U N E 30, 1972
Balance
J u n e 30,1971

states and other accounts

Operations in fiscal 1972
Deposits

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.
HawauIdaho.Illinois-Indiana...
Iowa
Kansas
.
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine....
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan.
Mmnesota
Mississippi
Missomi
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
NewHampshire..
NewJersey
N e w Mexico
NewYork
North Carolma
NorthDakota
Ohio...
Oklahoma
Oregon
PennsylvaniaPuertoRico
Rhodelsland




.

..
..
..
....

.

$123,649,998.48
31,931,248.81
122,982,198.27
44,912,982.81
995,446,942.74
93,780,070.23
147,882,518.69
21,308,828.84
70,448,930.81
272,967,683.89
348,462,418.28
39,635,548.55
44,828,790.21
324,972,381.30
315,108,993.30
113,243,738.05
89,143,491.05
170,462,589.21
136,852,485.18
27,880,330.07
192,072,388.79
286,843,999.51
374,061,838.37
90,157,859.42
81,992,861.02
242,912,743.26
24,341,837.36
52,147,780.46
35,783,661.17
50,899,823.11
324,405,878.84
37,964,901.85
1,615,794,191.01
412,623,844.93
11,518,274.88
653,195,533.80
48,980,926.01
108,975,427.71
793,234,746.31
81,438,310.24
69,012,958.75

$26,708,000.00
18,148,548.82
20,817,599.36
19,340,623.-49
653,844,-579.83
19,679,759.34
77,243.000.00
12,959,351.14
10,178,962.44
48,951,336.00
42,118,329.41
18,253,721.94
11,301,400.00
143,514,448.85
51,641,909.03
20,028,^992.32
24,629,265.21
32,650,000.00
36,504,928.74
15,311, 770; 00
32,655,100.00
167,037,189.91
232,686,281.77
61,145,000.00
11,935,000.00
48,218,057.58
7,378,050.00
10,471,085.60
15,038,500.00
7,175,118.21
206,785,000.00
10,270,901.24
431,726,610.99
44,691,000.00
7,348,238.51
'109,267,757.67
19,477,000.00
41,203,982.68
192,485,082.00
35,830,930.77
21,032,847.00

Earnings

Transfers

$5,578,041.33
i $2,880, 289.80
1,720,458.55
1989,855.00
6,187,735.82
1560,841.50
2,170,440.04
1377,814.80
42,979,652.25
2143^323,810.93
4,723,153.75
1182,789.00
2,810,348.01
3 78,475,215.89
986,625.58
1287,279.00
3,180,169.70
1501,752.00
13,353,305.87
11,925,034.00
17,318,151.32
1903,694.61
1,555,548.50
11,748,472.41
2,170,645.89
1958,161.99
12,988,382.19
111,122,187.75
14,845,591.17
4 3,124,238.17
5,208,688.79
11,693,870.99
3,189,602.38
12,271,838.88
8,216,155.09
1209,132.00
8,131,371.85
11,360,377.00
988,449.81
15,272,754.78
7,990,298.74
13,828,402.00
10,396,303.47
164,951,671.01
15,199,811.57
195,454,035.12
4,124,682.22
17,471,709.02
4,053,933.09
.
1322,991.50
11,153,818.35
12,430,497.89
1,164,712.41
1444,588.75
2,486,865.81
1453,994.60
1,514,838.11
12,804,875.50,
2,348,613.74
1376.095.83
11,375,411.03
179,187,036.36
1,814,533.39
1235,468.50
63,633,232.22
1150,978,188.69..
20,473,613.02
1865,678.00
612,518.86
1368,098.50
29,735, .749..81
16.860,028.00
1,937,765.86
11,945,022.50
5^204,482.42 •
19,675,873.34
36,107,496.22
130,451,897.25
3,296,236.20
17,004,420.00
2,334,760.61
112,746,087.60

Balance
J u n e 30, 1972
Withdrawals
$51,219,600.00
15,884,616.00
19,060,000.00
21,731,864.08
847,472,797.08
14,405,000.00
278,052,659.34
12,664,000.00
22,327,000.00
47,715,000.00
33,435,000.00
36,226,000.00
14,640,680.60
259,700,000.00
80,835,000.00
37,900,000.00
29,430,923.94
41,625,000.00
61,488,185.00
34,'574,048. 01
95,160,000.00
363,992,221.00
376,173,200.00
82,614,171.00
11,610,752.18
80,602,032.58
11,073,378.00
14,875,000.00
28,079,860.00
12.800.000.00
454,718,776.00
12,490,000.00
987,971,047.26
-46,910,000.00
8,133,639.05
205,628,950.00
33,400,000.00
61,747,714.00
405,000,000.00
70,365,000.00
53,603,018.00

$108,394,707.61
34,906,492.18
131,468,174.96
46,069,907.08
887,922,188.67
103,940,752.32
28,358,421.25
22,856,084.64
61,980,814.95
289,482,238.76
375,387,693.60
26,888,289.40
44,616,317.49
232,895,399.89
303,786,731.67
102,276,270.15
69,683,173.68
189,911,876.30
118,380,977.77
14,837,268.43
141,284,167.53
165,035,922.90
341,127,764.83
70,284,879.68
88,694,023.43
224,113,084.47
22,253,608.52
50,884,496.27
27,081,704.78
47,999.650.89
167,014; 651.23
37,796,804.98
1,174,181,173.85
432,743,736.95
11,711,489.28
593,430,119.28
36,940,714.37
103,311,852.05
646,269,02L 78
67,002,897.21
41,523,415.86

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South Carolina.
South Dakota...
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
WestVirginia...
Wisconsin..
Wyoming
Subtotals
Railroad unemployment insurance accounts:
Benefits and refunds
Administrative expense fund...
Federal uneraployraent account
Employment security administration account....
Federal extended compensation account
Extended unemployment compensation account.Undistributed earnings
Subtotal aU accounts
Balances of transfers to other agencies:
Raih-oad unemployment insurance accounts:
Benefits and refunds
Administrative expense fund
Federal extended compensation account
Emplosnnent security administration account..
Total as shown in parts I and II

25,100,000. 00
2, 676,000. 00
52,414,000.00
40, 288,177. 26
13,958,000.00
4,445,631.44
14,839,771. 94
87,013, 239. 64
18, 216,824. 00
60, 502,167. 60
2,976,666.30

8,124,870.12
976,968. 93
10,378,902. 02
14,366,666.72
2,408,966. 63
694,196. 20
10,420,984. 08
2,737,066.40
6,260,806. 31
13,418,713. 05
987,362.82

1 603,778. 60
1 85,981. 00
1 1, 538,838. 50
11,922,088. 00
1 608, 843.00
13,310,247.60
1 488,337. 52
« 100,734,164. 50
61,116,160. 94
1 2,534, 270. 45
154,808.50

28,620,000. 00
3,495,000. 00
47,000,603.08
80,631,983. 03
18,416,000. 00
18,649, 246. 00
21,767, 282. 20
264, 213,000.00
26,830,600.00
104,193,187. 46
2,897.000.00

10,619,789,339.36

3,226,286,403.61

461,916,213.80

, 7 839,732,220.66

6,979,628,002.88

9,088,096,174.64

1,424,013.54
6,498,868.13
550,000.000.00
188,424,873.09

123,938,235.71
7,466,522.11

8123,491,528.68
8,175,000.00

3,598, 258.34
6,076,315.11
610,693,708. 88
258, 278,922. 09

166,609,380.99
19,785,947. 69
208,661,720. 24
313,159,386. 96
49,891,013. 40
18,844,972. 23
214, 339,077. 00
123,797,30L05
108, 044,881.14
289, 518,741. 08
19, 219,870.37

1,110,126.891. 50

41,203,904.08 .
11,287,340,988.20

4,467,817,052.93

>
hrl

ZP

2,683,701. 53
9,849,325,080. 47

949,030.48 ,
113, 591.43 .

315,91L77
-43,324.06

633,118. 71
158,915. 48

38,952,772.86 .

37,942,886.00

1,009,907. 85

7,014,828,192.41

9,851,125,022. 51

495,721,967. 24

675,057,823. 79

886,318,208.13

6,978,612,739. 69

>
>

11,327,356,380.96

4,487,817,062.93

1 Amount transferred under Public Law 91-373 and Public Law 92-224.
2 Includes $330.21 transferred due to excess receipts in payment of 1958 Act and
$143,323,480.72 transferred under PubUc Law 91-373 and PubUc Law 92-224.
8 Includes $31,800,000.00 transferred under Title XII of the Social Security Act and
$46,675,216.89 transferred imder PubUc Law 91-373 and PubUc Law 92-224.
< Includes $102.87 transferred due to excess receipts in payment of 1958 Act and
$3,124,136.30 transferred under PubUc Law 91-373 and Public Law 92-224.
6 Includes $34,700,000.00 transferred under Title X I I of the Social Secmity Act and
$88,034,164.50 transferred under PubUc Law 91-373 and Public Law 92-224.
6 Includes $166.44 transferred due to excess receipts in payment of 1958 Act and
$1,115,994.60 transferred under PubUc Law 91-373 and PubUc Law 92-224.
" Includes $599.62 transferred due to excess receipts in payraents of 1958 Act, $66,600,>
000.00 transferred under Title XII of the Social Secmity Act, $393,699,894.51 transferred
under PubUc Law 91-373, and $379,531,728.62 transferred under Public Law 92-224.




lOK ^^7 77 /
-fl8,850,000.00
iZd,06/.u j^ 8-15,250,000.00
286,938.87
27,193,708.86 10-88,500,000.00
6,077,800.06 11-161,032,234.43
191 QQ 88 1^24.735,685,458. 70 .
^
1^1,969. »S 113 _774^ 327^ g21.13

172,818,029.81
20,007,897. 62
223,992,867. 88
289, 202,306.90
48,449,612. 93
8,745,801. 37
218,318,888. 34
60, 088,761. 69
106,798,072.39
261,780,704. 73
20,320,694. 99

495,721,967. 24

575,057,823.79

8 Includes advances from Railroad Retireraent Board of $59,900,000.00 and repayment
of advances of $68,300,000.00.
9 Includes payraent of interest on advances from Railroad Retirement Board of
$3,716,528.88.
1 Amount transferred under Title X I I of the Social Security Act.
0
11 Includes $181,031,634.91 transferred from Employinent Security Adrainistration
Account to the Extended Unemployraent Compensation Account, and $599.52 transferred due to excess receipts in payraent of 1968 Act.
12 Includes $161,031,834.91 transferred frora Employment Security Administration
Account, $195,022,097.17 transferred under PubUc Law 91-373, and $379,531,726.62
transferred under Public Law 92-224.
13 Amount transferred from Extended Unemployment Conpensation Account to
various State accounts.

yn
yn

a
X

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TABLE 80.— U.S. Governmerit life insurance fund, June 30, 1972

[This trust fund operates in accordance with the provisions of the act of June 7,1924, as amended (38 U.S.C
765). For further details, see Annual Report of the Secretary for 1941, p. 142]
L 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

Curaulative
through June 30,
1971
Receints:
Premiums and other receipts
Interest and profits on investments
Payinents from general fund i
Total receipts
Expenditures:
Benefit payments, dividends, and refunds..

TRANSACTIONS)

Fiscal year 1972

Cumulative
through June 30,
1972

$2,158,659, 721.32
1,427, 245,613.80
54, 590.64

$8,629,783.52
31,614,391.58
48,809.29

$2,167, 289, 504. 84
1,458, 860,005.38
103, 399. 83

40,292,984.39

3,626, 252, 910.05

81,213,109.88

2,906,067, 744. 25

781,115,291.07

Balance

3, 585, 959,925.66
2,824,844,634.59

—40,920,125.27

720,195,165. 80

IL ASSETS HELD B Y THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Assets'

Investments in public debt securities:
Special issues, U.S. Governraent life insurance fund series, .maturing June 30:
Treasury notes:
5H%ofl97b
6% of 1976
..-.
734% of 1977
-63^% of 1978
5M%ofl979
.
Tieasury bonds:
33^% of 1972
3M%ofl972
33^% of 1973
3i3i%ofl973--.-33^% of 1974
3M%0fl974
3M%ofl976
33^% of 1978-.
3M% of 1976-.
33^% of 1977..
3 ^ % of 1977..
3 ^ % of 1978..
434% of 1978-.
434% of 1979-.

June 30, 1971

Fiscal year 1972
increase, or
decrease (—)

$84,365,000.00 .
32,638,000.00 .
29, 964, 000.00 .
Ill, 949,000.00 .
$3'2,152, 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 .
000.00 .
5, 971,
49, 983,000.00 .
23, 807,000.00 .
48, 214,000.00 .
25, 656,000.00 ,
2, 912,900.00 .

June 30, 1972

$64,365,000.00
32,638, 000.00
29, 964,000.00
111, 949,000.00
32,162,000.00

—73,100,000.00 .
—670,000.00 .
73,100, 000.00
670, 000.00
73,100, 000.00
870, 000.00
73, 770,000.00
67. 799,000.00
000.00
5, 971,
49, 963,000.00
23,807, 000.00
48, 214,000.00
25, 658,000.00
2, 912,000.00

Total special issues-

768, 218,000.00

—41,818,000.00

718,800,000.00

Total investments-.
Undisbursed balance

758, 218,000.00
2, 897, 291.07

-41, 818,000.00
897, 874. 73

716, 800,000.00
3, 695,166.80

761,116,291.07

-40,920,125.27

720,195,165.1

Total assets..

1 Included under premiums and other receipts prior to fiscal 1962. Negative amounts frora adjustments
of prior years' receipts.
NOTE.—Policy loans outstanding on basis of inforraation furnished by the Veterans Administration
amounted to $71,977,160.92 as of June 30. 1972.




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

Customs Operations
T A B L E 81.—Merchandise entries, fiscal years 1971 and 1972

Entries

Consumption free
Consumption dutiable
Warehouse and rewarehouse
Vessel repair
Appraisement
Drawback
-

1971

564,349
2,104,149
82,888
1,208
701
19,879

-

Total formal entiles

Percentage
Increase, or
decrease (—)

1972

649,678
I, 111, 327
84,294
956 •

674
18,931

15.11
0.34
1.94
— 2 0 . 94
—18.11
-4.76

2,772,974

Warehouse withdrawals.
-..
Outbound—Immediate transportation; transportation and exportation, etc
MaU
Informal—dutiable
Passenger declarations—total
Crew declarations—total
Military declarations—total-:
Passenger declarations—dutiable
Crew declarations—dutiable
MUitary declarations—dutiable
Other informal—dutiable
-.

2, 865, 759

3.34

272,610

267,322

—1.93

924,766
3,203,191
749,667
7,090,494
1,398,137
1,887,948
888,836
93,104
64,617
2,697

1, 204, 713
2,894,891
726,425
8,064,692
1,422,498
1,278,806
810,785
92,481
69,224
7,163

30.27
—9.62
—3.10
13.73
1.74
—24.36
18.04
—0.89
—8.20
165. 22

T A B L E 82.- -Carriers and persons arriving i n the United States, fiscal years 1971

and 1972 i
Type of entrant

Carriers arriving:
Vessels entering direct from foreign ports
Vessels entering via U.S. ports 2
Ferries
Conimercial planes.
Commercial planes entering via U.S. ports 2
Military planes
Private planes
Other gi-ound vehicles
Freight carrier vehicles
Total carriers
Persons arriving on:
Vessels entering
Ferries
Coramercial planes
Comraercial planes via U.S. ports
Military planes
Private planes
Land border crossers
Total persons

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

1971

48,421
(31,618)
69,148
188,798
(20,078)
36,801
100,476
66,820,254
3,516,710

—4.02
-16.13
—6.46
6.07
0.97
—9.42
11. 92
5.31
9.62

''87,080,848

70,788,608

6.50

••745,667
1,722,151
11,701,617
193,942
1,566,359
237,165
216,894,263

806,328
1,633,374
12,938,364
202,956
1,147,853
253.116
219,796,300

8.14
-5.16
10.65
4.66
—28.67
6.73
1.81

••232,060,154

236,776,280

2.03

••48,383
r (37,696)
62,564
177,998
(19,886)
40,828
89,776
83,453,428
3,208,093

•• Revised.
1 Excludes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
2 Not included in totals, already counted under entering vessels and commercial planes from foreign ports.




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T A B L E 83.—Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States, fiscal years
1971 and 1972

Aircraft

Aircraft passengers

Regions and districts
1971

10,013
684
7,626
1,531
3,830
375
2,858

Boston region:
District offices:
Boston
Bridgeport.
Bufialo
Ogdensburg
Portland, Me
Providence
St.Albans...




.A.h:craft Passengers

353,166
11,801
1,101,441
4,830
188,484
10,035
810,023

445,866
28.25
2.93
30,897
166.33
14.04
1,131,881
2.76
• '5.97 •
—47. 66
2,533 - 1 2 . 0 2
1.86
171,589 •
7.28
12,146
21.04
-45.87
636, 663
4.20
12.30

27, 896

2, 259, 569

2,430,665

4.06

7.67

65,400

4, 328, 224

4,802,234

^8.80

10.95

2,558
865
8,508
2,612

1,988
891
10,486
2,983

88, 885
18, 080
486,390
179,883

85,484
18,647
488, 514
220,486

—23.08
3.01
23.24 •
13.44

—3.83
3.14
0.44
22.66

14, 641

18, 306

773, 238

813,111

12.13

6.16

2,139
51,458
355
2,473
626

2,168
69,001
747
3,083
711

45,688
1, 671, 503
8,844
22,191
5,449

61,464
1, 779, 790
39, 748
30,146
9,724

1.36
34.10
110.42
24.67
35.17

34.53
6.48
349.43
35.84
78.46

.

68, 949
11,125
53,820

76,710
12,172
66,968

1,763,876
268,229
761, 267

1,920,871
267,626
898,236

3L19
9.41
22.67

9.63
-0.22
17.99

.

121,894

163,850

2,783,171

3,086,733

26.22

10.91

Total Baltimore region.

Total Miami region

1972

28, 616

Baltimore region:
District offices:
Baltnnore...
Norfolk
.
PhUadelphia
Washington, D.C

Subtotal Miami region..
St. Thomas, V. I
San Juan, P.R

10,306
686
8,080
1,347
4,109
203
2,985

1971

60,744

Total Boston region
New York region

Miami region:
District offices:
Charleston, S.C.l
Miami
Savannah
Tampa
WUmington, N.C

1972

Percentage
Increase, or
decrease ( - )

.

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 83.—Aircraft and aircraft passengers entering the United States fiscal years
1971 and 1972—Continued

Aircraft

Aircraft passengers

Regions a n d districts
1971

N e w Orleans region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
Mobile
N e w Orleans

1972

Aircraft P a s s e n g e r s

:

-

T o t a l Chicago r e g i o n . .

3,381

2,997

133,486

135,421

-11.36

3,683
332
4,451
15,000

44,836
310
147,475
209,347
3

52,095
337
183,393
218,424
65

8.31
5.40
20.75
-3.34
200.0

18.71
8.71
24.36
3.38
2,086. 67

23,372

401,771

452,314

2.38

12.58

10,444
5,914
11,323

717,600
37,741
47,791

770. 242
42,428
60,125

6.64
-6.30
4.91

7.34
12.42
4.88

27,681

803,132

882,795

3.16

7.43

11, 221
3,358
16,077
863
9,034
14,738

T o t a l S a n Francisco region

-28.82
-10. 28

28,832

T o t a l Los Angeles region
San Francisco region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
Anchorage.
G r e a t FaUs
Honolulu
P o r t l a n d , Oregon
San Francisco
Seattle.

1,546
133,876

9,794
8,245
10,793

Los Angeles region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
Los Angeles
; . Nogales
S a n Diego

2,809
130,877

22,829

.,

181
2,836

3,308
315
3,688
15,518
2

T o t a l H o u s t o n region

Chicago region:
D i s t r i c t offices:
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit.:.
Duluth
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Pembina
St. L o u i s

1971

220
3,161

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 offices:
E l Paso
Galveston
Houston
Laredo
PortArthur

1972

Percentage
Increase, or
decrease (—)

12,107
3,907
13,766
1,047
10,225
15,414

54,859
35,757
885,059
1,120 .
646,623
784,429

51,016
38,549
950,956
23,816
697,820
355, 299

7.90
16.35
-8.70
2L32
13.18
4.59

-7.01
2.21
7.45
2,008.67
7.92
-54.71

64,291

56,468

2,407,847

2,115,258

4.01

-12.15

11,606
10,070
6,181
7,878
891
1,287
3,991
353

11,481
9,676
6,843
6,927
608
1,131
4,311
469

479,245
64,077
181,172
20,932
6,473
19,158
61,025
.6,069

575,619
76,747
217,390
19,729
6,889
31,483
68,689
12,385

-L08
-3.91
-5.16
-12.07
-31.78
-10.73
8.02
32.86

20.11
18.21
19.99
-5.76
22.22
64.23
12.56
104.07

42,217

40,446

837,151

1,007,711

-4.19

20.37

G r a n d t o t a l excluding St. T h o m a s
and San J u a n

308,400

326,073 13,698,083 14,540,278

5.73

G r a n d t o t a l including St. T h o m a s
and S a n J u a n

373,346

404,213

8.27

-40.78
2.29




14,727,579

15,706,140

6.64

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T A B L E 84.—Seizures for violations of customs laws, fiscal years 1971 and 1972 ^
1972
Seizm-es

1971 total

Automobiles:
Nuraber
Value
Trucks:
Number
Value.
Aircraft:
Number.
Value
Boats:
Number
Value
Narcotics:
. Number
Value 2
-.
Liquors:
Number
Gallons
Value
Prohibited articles:
Number
Value
Other seizures:
Nuraber
Value

Seizmes by
Custoras

Joint
Seizmes by seizmes by
other
Customs and
other
agencies

Total

3,548
$4,380, 232
383
$1,163,737

517
$1,433,897

40
$1,115,684

57
$6, 297,555

54
$28, 888,693

81 .
$18,159,526 .

'9,916
$9,903,087

13,424
$7, 292,194

80
$26, 776

299
$511,726

13,803
$7,830,696

9,105
21,931
$'252,746

9,252
16,743
$299, 698

26
19

84
94
$2,129

9,362
18,856
$302, 236

14, 225
$405, 248

19,686
$606,128

11,929
$13,665,156

Grand total:
Number.
Value

4,982
$8,251,366

15,369
$17,895,007

19
$186
137
$112,313

73
$1,036
211
$393,900

15,717
$18,201, 220

654
$817,854

1,013
$1,491,135

84.915
$60,344,348

r 49, 200
63, 248
$59,774,583 $58,036,359

373
$826, 070
18
$28,101

321
$510,530

6,678
$7,388,968

25
$71,814

660
$1,633,812

1 .
$26,000 .

58
$6,322,656
81
$18,159,528

19,658
$607,347

• Revised.
•
1 Includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
2 Figures represent estimated value of the Umited nuniber of seizures for which values were established.

T A B L E 85.—Investigative activities, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
. Nuniber of cases
Activity

Drawback
,
Classification
:...
Market v a l u e . . .
Smuggling, narcotics
Smuggling, aU other
Undervaluation, false invoicing, e t c . . . . . .
Prohibited importations
Navigation, aircraft, and vehicle violations, OC&R
Baggage declarations
Custoras brokers, cartmen, and lighterraen
Petitions for relief
Personnel
Custoras procedme
Collection of duties and penalties...
Cooperation with other agencies
Neutrality
PiUerages and shortages
Export control
Federal tort claims
Miscellaneous
Dumping.
Countervailing duties
Total




Percentage
decrease (—)

1971

1972

797
100
94.6
18,388
2,014
2,434
339
919
894
1,069
2,256
3,105
440
233
2,262
159
698
199
207
479
86
3

649
163
1, 111
20, 229
1,384
2,964
241
1,222
957
2,229
2,167
1,570
437
211
2,357
126
736
178
215
268
260
1

-18.67
63.00
17.67
10.13
-3L28
2L77
-28.91
32.97
7.05
108.61
-3.96
-49.44
-0.88
-9.44
4.66
-20.75
5.44
-11.68
3.86
- 4 4 . 47
194.12
-66.67

37,996

39,661

4.36

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 86.—Principal commodities on which drawhack was paid, fiscal years 1971
and 1972
Commodity

Alurainura
Aniraal and vegetable oils, fats, and greases
Aniraal and vegetable products
Automobiles, aircraft, and parts
Caraeras and
filra
Cheraicals.
Chromium and alloys
Citrus fruit juices
Coal-tar products
Copper and manufactures..
Cotton....
Diesel engines
FerroaUoying ores and
raetals
Glass and glass products
Lead
Medical preparations
Petroleura and products
Steel niiU products
Sugar
Textiles and products
.
Tires and tubes, rubber and synthetic
Tobacco and
raanufactures
.
Tungstenore
Watch raoveraents and parts
Wool and products
Zinc ore and manufactm-es
Other
-

Percentage
increase, or
decrease (—)

1972

163,143
1,964,029

$8,657,567
567,425
204,116
1,717,839
303,130
3,661,639
163,649
5,944,879
2,811,197
380,374
184,327
107,349
100,826
246,204
266,174
340,923
.7,952,466
7,101,191
1,064,579
304,280
. 324,673
1,348,488
297,394
.
183,772
476,649
111,976
887,470

'•39,214,139

Total.

$2,704,296
201,580

43,169,434

666,094
3,672,982
4,810
2,471,997
3,372,410
233,422
133,309
104,773
78,426
146,887
935,778
329,583
11,235,920
6.724,769
1,257,314
159,478
1,882,928
248,096
643,164

•.

143
182
204
3,302
140
-23
64
38
3
29
68
-72
3
-29
6
-15
104
-28
20
-71
—27
-86
6

Engraving and Printing Operations
T A B L E 87.—New postage stamp issues delivered, fiscal year 1972
Issues

Coraraemoratives:
Ten Years of Space Achieveraent
Araerican Painting (John Sloan)
Erally Dickinson (Araerican Poet)
460th Aimiversary of the Founding of San Juan, P . R .
CARE.
Historic Preservation
Prevent Drug A b u s e . .
Sidney Lanier (American Poet)
Peace Corps
YeUowstone (National Parks)
Faraily Plamiing
-..
Cape Hatteras, N.C. (National Parks)
City of Refuge, Hawaii (National Parks)
Wolf Trap Farm (National Parks)
Special:
Christmas—Series 1971 (Partridge in a Pear Tree)
Christmas—Series 1971 (Nativity)
Ordinary:
Fiorello LaGuardia (Prominent Araericans)
80 Book (Eisenhower) $2.00
Ah- Mail:
International Air MaU...

-9'83—73

19




Denominations

Nuraber of
staraps delivered
(in thousands)

$0.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.02
.11
' .06

178,296
161,125
142,845
147,760
129,506
188,288
137,455
. 135,480
148,660
182,418
148,620
165,320
78,710
89,810

.08
.08

979,520
1,074,280

.14
.08

51,480
1,256,077

115,340

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'*2

TABLE 88.—Deliveries of finished work by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
fiscal years 1971 and 1972
Class
Currency:
U.S.notes...
Specimens
Federal Reserve notes
Specimens
Total
Military payment certificates.
Specimens
Total...
Bonds, notes, bUls, certificates, and debentures:
Bonds:
Treasury..
Govermnent National Mortgage AssociationMortgage backed
Consolidated Federal farra loan bonds (the 12
Federal land banks)
Consolidated bonds of the Federal home loan
banks
Consolidated obligations of the Federal home loan
banks..
Guaranty agreement—Sraall Business Administration..
Treasury registered REA series 2 percent
Notes:
Treasury.
...:
Consolidated notes of the Federal home loan banks.
Tennessee Valley Authority.
Farniers Home Adrainistration insured—insurance contract
'.
Bills:
Treasm-y.
Certificates:
Participation—Federal National Mortgage Association
,
Participation in Govermnent National Mortgage
Liquidation Trust
Mortgage backed in Government National Mortgage Association
..:..
Certificates of Indebtedness, Eurodollar series—
Export-Iniport. Bank of the United States—
Exirabank investment..
Debentures:
Consolidated collateral trust for:
The 12 Federal intermediate credit banks
The 13 banks for cooperatives
Federal National Mortgage Association secondary
market operations
Export-Iraport Bank of the United States
Federal Housing Adrainistration.
—
Federal Housing Administration registered (Cooperative Managenient Housing Insurance
Fund, series NN)
Obsolete stock authorized for destruction
Total.




Face value
1972

Number of pieces
1971

1972

512,000.
108 ,
2,898,944,000 3,108,912,000 $21,096,200,000
1,640
212
2,899,468,320

3,106,913,640

21,096,200,000

18,320,000 .
1,824 .
16,321,824 .
189,700

679,963

19,040,176,000

16,973

33,139

3,196,000,000

267,244

230,831

4,976,000,000

203,692

19,686

'940,000,000

26,706

4,033

40,000,000

10,005

10,007 .
100 .

2,261,496
210,253 .

923,028

6,900
3,574,000

46,892,000,000

i8,'o6o"'' '3,"o46,'o6o,'666
7,700
2,348,008 183,080,000,000

7,400

2,500

32,500,000

9,686

9,300

285,000,000

20,084 .

11,018
101 ....
300
197,637
180,400

186,7.44
63,600

.9,310,000,000
3,875,000,000

, 700 . 32,200,000
3,302,500,000
46,448

129,834
5,172....

^
1,190,606
8,467,919

.

100.
679,809 .

6,270,557 268,039,376,000

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285

TABLE 88.—Deliveries of finished work hy the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
. .
fiscal
years 1971 and 1972—Continued
Class
Stamps:
Customs....
U.S. internal revenue
Puerto Rican internal revenue
U.S. postage:
Ordinary
AirmaU
Commemoratives
Speciallssues
Special delivery
Postage due
Postal Insurance booklets
150 U.S. aerogrammes
Federal raigratory bird hunting staraps
Canal Zone postage..
Food coupons....^:..
Food certificates..
Obsolete stock authorized for destruction by the:
BmeauofthePubUc Debt
Puerto Rico Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue Service
U.S. Postal Service
Total
MisceUaneous:
Cards, certificates, etc., to office of issue
Grandtotal




Number of pieces
1971

1972

6,148,200
2,656,611,645
288,970,000

Face value
1972

6,669,800
2,627,081,920
318,713,900

40,260

24,008,734,624 18,969,948,600
1,620,858,270
1,638.672,400 1,348,220,000
163,495,996
2,428,141,268 2,204,099,296
166,700,008
4,782,688,120 4,018,790,700
322,584,300
49,405,000
27,885,000
18,718,250
148,200,000
126,780,000-•
24,658,700
316,500
386,800
- 73,320
18,731,616
58,687,316
. 8,788,051
471,240
8,673,240
. 33,763,000
8,448,800
9,987,200
'....1,311,854
2,000,584,097 1,885,083,292
3,204,970,120
4,060,000
4,575,000
1,143,750
45,788,000
10,418,280
163,598,200

288,400 . . . .
16,335,710
233,097,800..

38,055,963,857 31,844,143,674, :• ;5,565,093, 869
11,294,303
8,698,950
.
40,991,494,223 34,964,926,721 284,899,688,889

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'''
TABLE 89.—Statement of financial condition June SO, 1971 and 1972 '
.Tune 30, 1971

Current assets:
Cash with the Treasury
Accounts receivable
Inventories: i
Finished good,s
Work in process
Rawmaterials.
Stores
Prepaid expenses.-.'.....

ASSETS

$3,689,257
5,334,281
.

:

1,850,123
3,760,761
1,722,841
1,615,964
128,841

.
.•

.

Total current assets.
Fixed assets: 2 •
Plant machinery and equipment...
Motor vehicles...'.
Officemachines
..........
Furniture and
fixtures
•..:..
Dies, rolls, and plates
.-:.
Building appurtenances:.
'..l....
•' Fixed assets under construction.'--.

$5,415,899
4,912,788
,

17,781,858

3,663,838
4, .045, 214
1,623,634
1,773,806
140,194
21,465,271

25,844,982
26,133,412
163,862 '
.160,896
363,847
366,213
565,1.53. ,/, - ^,574,184
3,956,961,;
'
4,439,887 '/. ' 4,685,279

'
...:

308,630 •; "V 1,925,464
''

Subtotal
..--.
Less accumulated depreciation.
1
Subtotal
1
:.:-i'. —
.
Excess fixed assets (written down to 5 percent and 10 percent of book
.- value, 1971 and 1972, respectively)...•

36,632,322
20,931,072

33,845,448
22,429,075

14, 701, 260

11,416,373

117

Total fixed assets

14,701,367 . ' '•

Deferred charges.
Totalassets

June 30, 1972

702
11,417,075

144, 992

_

. 79,758

32, 628,017

—.

32,962,104

LrABILTTIES AND INVESTMENT OF THE U . S . GOVERNMENT

Liabilities:
Accounts payable..
Accrued liabiUties:
Payrolls
Accrued leave.
Constructive recei pts ^
'
Other
Trust and deposit habUities
Advance from the Departraent of Agriculture s
Other UabiUties
--..
Def erred credits
Total liabilities G.._.
--..
See footnotes at end of table.




1,029,627

-

-

1,259,747

2,131,186
2,278,487
564,165
447,576
203,819 .
1,000,000
1,649

1,425,731
2,346,971
2,447,514
618,713
224,299
1,000,000
1,423
10

7,665,945

9, 224,408

9, 546

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TABLE ,89.—Statement of finomcial condition June SO, 1971 and 1972—Gontinued
,..
Investraent of the U.S. Governraent:
Appropriation frora U.S. Treasury 7
Donated assets, net
Subtotal
Accuraulated deficit ( - ) s
Total investnient of the U.S. Govenmient
Total UabUities and investment of the U.S. Govermnent

•

June 30, 1971

June 30, 1972

$3, 250,000
22,000,930
25,250,930
-288,858
24,962,072

$8.250,000
18,044,989
24,294,969
-557,273
23,737,6

32,628,017

32,962,104

1 Finished goods and work in process inventoi'ies are valued at cost, including administrative and service
overhead. Except for the distinctive paper which is valued at the acquisition cost, raw materials and stores
inventories are valued at the.average cost of the raaterials and supplies on hand.
2 Plant machinery and equipment, furniture and fixtures, office machines, and raotor vehicles acquired on
or, before June 30,1950, are stated at appraised values as at that date. Additions since June 30,. 1960, and all
building appurtenances are valued at acquisition co.st. The act of Aug. 4,1950 (31 U.S.C. 181a), which established the Bureau of Engraving and Printing fund, specifically excluded land and buildings originally costing
about $9 miUion from the assets of the fund. Also excluded are appropriated funds of about $7,184,000 exended or transferred to GSA for extraordinaxy expenses in connection with uncapitalized building repairs
and air conditioning. As of June 30, 1972, fixed assets included $11,231,845 of fully depreciated itenis, principally plant machinery and equipment and building appurtenances. Dies, rolls, and plates had been capitalized at the inception of the fund on July 1,1951, on the basis of avera.ge unit costs of raanufacture, reduced to
recognize their estimated reinaining useful hfe. Since July 1,1951, all costs of dies, rolls, and plates have been
charged to operations in the year acquired. Pursuant to a recommendation by the Civil Division, U.S.
General Accounting Office, the value of such capitahzed dies, rolls, and plates was written off in Noveinber
1971 with a contra charge to "iDonated assets, net." The basis for the recommendation was that the capitalized items had limited or no probable future use in production work.
3 No provision has been made for certain retroactive payroll adjustraents, including one.wherein wage
scales for some 2,600 wage system employees in the noncraft job categories will bo adjusted retroactively as
of Nov. 3, 1968, Nov. 2, 1989, and Nov. 1, 1970, in accordance with a decision made under the provisions of
Section 4, PublicLaw 90-660, dated Oct. 12,1968 (the Monroney Amendnient). While the araount of liability
has not yet been determined, retroactive payrolls will be treated as a current cost in the year paid.
* The accrual for constructive receipts is the estiraated value of work performed by contractors to special
specification, which had not been delivered to or accepted by the Bureau as at the stateraent dates. Contra
entries.are to raw materials, $331,377 and $192,589,- stores, $79,715 and $46,444; fixed assets under construction,
$153;063 and $1,792,500, as at June 30, 1971, and June 30, 1972, respectively; and to work in process, $417,000
as at June 30,1972:'
5 Cbniinencing with December 1970 the Department of Agriculture provided a revolving advance of $1
million to be applied against inonthly deliveries of food coupon books to that agency.
6 No provision has been made for the contingent hability presently $140,000 under the deterraination of
lease clause of a contract for rental of a closed circuit television system. Title to the television equipnient will
pass to the Bureau at the end of the lease periods which originaUy ranged from 6 to 7 years. In addition, outstanding commitments with supphers for unperformed contracts and undelivered purchase orders totaled
$10,668,631 as of June 30,1971, and $7,927,379 as of June bO, 1972.
7 The Subcommittee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, recoraraended that the Bmeau s 1973
appropriation request for additional capital to finance the acquisition of equipment be substantially reduced.
In its report, the subcommittee directed the Bureau and the Department to review the pricing policies for
services with the objective of estabUshing prices which will, at least over the relatively long range, generate
sufficient funds tb cover direct and indirect cost of operations as well as accumulate an adequate reserve lor
replacement of capital equipnient. Afiirmative action is being taken on several proposals to deterraine the
best raethod, or combination of methods, to satisfy the Bureau's requireraents for additional capital to
finance both operations and fixed asset acquisitions.
^ •
•> A
8 The act of Aug. 4,1950, provided that custoraer agencies make payment to the Bureau at prices deemea
adequate to recover aU costs incidental to perforraing the work or services requisitioned. Any surplus accruing to the fund in any fiscal year is to be paid into the general fund of the Treasury as misceUaneous receipts
except that any surplus,is appUed first to restore any impairnient of capital by reason of variations.between
prices charged and actual costs.
,
.




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TABLE 90.—Statement of income and expense, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
Income and expense

1971

Operating revenue: Sales of engraving and printing

$56,140,602

$80,494,870

23,878,464
8,047,335

24,164,987
8,396,083
4,101,240

31,925,799

36,861,310

14,987,374
2,292,694
582,170
2,845,431
1.338.348.
842.931
1,633.302
3, 221
198,809
230,260.
20,674

18,950,416
2,379,902
592,522
3,283,212
1.287,926
920,214
1,683,048
65,920
323,557
284,829
23,960

Operating costs:
Costofsales:
Directlabor
,
Direct niaterials used.
Contract printing (Food Coupons)
Primecost
Overhead costs:
Salaries and indirect labor
Factory supplies
Repair parts and supplies
.
Employer's share personnel benefits
:
Rents, coraraunications. and utilities
-...•
.
Other services.
"
:
Depreciation and amortization
^...
Gains (—) or losses on disposal or retirenient of fixed assets.
Minor equipraent
........
Transportation of things
Sundry expense (net)
Total overhead

.

'.

.

24,976,204

i

1,627,439

1,377,491
63,049,325

942,478

'
.

Net loss ( - ) for the year 2

'80,781,147

-176,438
=

0 perating loss ( - ) . .
Nonoperating revenue:
Operation and maintenance of incinerator and space utUized by other
agencies
Other direct charges for niisceUaneous services
....

-2,288,178

68,316,040

Costofsales

Cost ofraisceUaneous services rendered other agencies

' .
489,419
908,072

'55,373,664

Cost of production
:.
Net increase (—) or decrease in finished goods and work in process inventories from operations

Nonoperating costs:

64,428,818

741,829
785,810

Less:
Nonproduction costs:
!
Shop costs capitalized
.1
Cost of iniscellaneous services rendered other agencies

27,766,506

58,901,003

Total costs 1

Nonopieratingloss ( - )

1972

-266,277
-' ' _ . —

650,821
118,027

745,237
180,897

' 788,648

905,934

786,810

908,072

'
-

-17,162

-2,138

-192,600

-268,416

1 No aniounts are included In the accounts of the fund for (1) interest on the investraent of the Goviernnien t
in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing fund, (2) depreciation on the Bureau's buildings excluded from the
assets of the fmid by the act of Aug. 4,1950, and (3) certain costs of services performed by other agencies on
behalf of the Bureau.
2 See table 89, footnote 8.




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289

TABLE 91.—Statement of source and application of funds, fiscal years 1971 and 1972
Funds provided and apphed

1971

Funds provided:
Sales of engraving and printing
Operation and maintenance of incinerator and space utiUzed by other
agencies
..'
Other direct charges for miscellaneous services
1
Total
Less cost of sales and services (excluding depreciation and other charges
not requiring expenditure of funds: Fiscal 1971, $1,636,523; fiscal 1972,
$1,738,968)
Sales of surplus equipnient
Advance frora the Departnient of Agriculture
Increasein appropriated capital

$56,140,602

$80,494,870

• 650,821
" 118,027
58,909,250

745,237
160,697
61,400,804

55,485,327

59,930,251

1,443,923
14,061
1,000,000

1, 470,553
988

.

Total funds provided..

1972

3,000,000

2,457,984

Total funds applied

4,471,541

1,401,878

2,345,441

15,333
1,040,773

950
2,125,150

2,457,984

Funds appUed:
Acquisition of fixed assets
Acquisition of experimental equipment; and plant repairs and alterations
to be charged to future operations
Increase in working capital i

4,471,.541

1 See table 89, footnote 5.

International Claims
TABLE 92.—Status of Class I I I awards of the Mixed Claims Commission, United
States and Germany, and Private Law 609 as of June SO, 1972
Description

Class III
awards—over
$100,000

Private Law 509,
approved July 19,
1940

AWARDS i

Principal of awards
Less amounts paid by AUen Property and others
Interest to Jan. 1,1928, as specified in awards
Interest thereon to date of paymeiit or, if unpaid, to June 30,1971, at
6 percent per annum, as specified in the Settlement of War Claims
Act of 1928

$117,387,252.24
268,072. 77
53,245,392.03

$160,000.00
64,000.00

81,526,247.28

178,192.02

251,892,818. 78

402,192.02

78,676,760.40
5o, 246,392.03
81,399,17L 65

103,348.51 .
84,000.00
176,890.28

213,320,314.08

Total due claimants

343,238.77

38,446,429.07
127,076.63

66,663.49
2,30L78

38,572,604.70

58,955. 26

1,068,438.68

1,716.13

PAYMENTS

Principal of awai-ds
Interest to Jan. 1,1928
Interest at 6 percent from Jan. 1,1928, to date of payment
Total payments 2
BALANCE D U E

Principal of awards
Accrued interest from Jan. 1,1928, through June 30,1972..
Balance due claimants
Total reimburseraent for adrainistrative expenses 3

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 concerning aU classes of
awards, including claims of U.S. Govermnent, see 1962 Annual Report, pages 138 and 826.
2 Aniounts shown are gross; deductions for administrative expenses are shown below (see footnote 3).
3 Deductions of >^ of 1 percent are made frora each payment to cover administrative expenses. These
amounts are covered into the Treasury as raisceUaneous receipts.
NOTE.—On Feb. 27,1963, the Gei-raan Govermnent agreed to pay $97,600,000 (U.S. dollars) over a period
of 26 years in full settlement of Gerraany's obligations on account of Class I I I awards and the award under
Private Law 609. Through June 30,1972, $73,600,000 has been obligated for payraent to awardholders. On
April 30,1970, an additional $32 million was received from the Governraent of Gennany and deposited into
a special account on behalf of the Deutsche Bundesbank. Each year, on April 1, through 1978, $4 miUion will
be transferred from the Deutsche Bundesbank account into the German deposit fund for distribution to
awardholders.




ISO
CO

o

TABLE 93.—Status-of claims of American nationals against certain foreign governments as of June 30, 1972

yn

o

Pi

Bulgaria

Hungary

Rumania

Poland

War clairas fund

Yugoslavia

Italy

o
hrj

A w a r d s certffied to t h e T r e a s u r y :
N u m b e r of a w a r d s
A r a o u n t of a w a r d s :
Principal
Interest

244

A r a o u n t s a-vailabie-for p a y n i e n t on a w a r d s . ' - . . - . . . . . . . .
P a y m e n t s on a w a r d s :
Principal
Interest
Ji.....
.11
1
Balances in claims funds

...

$61,102,449.78
24,846,637,10

1,483,866.52

3,217,088.93
160,854.44

D e p o s i t s in claims funds
S t a t u t o r y d e d u c t i o n for a d r a i n i s t r a t i v e expenses

872

$58,277,457.94
22,188,408.68

i, 740,559. 66

Total.

1,302

$4,825,586.46
1,914,973.19

2,355,513.69
117,776.73

'3,056,234.49

2,237,737.96

7,363

1 8,793

$101,662,681.63
$340,509,677.34
51,775,175.01....

859
$9,685,093.22
2,888,279.97

$3,080,880.77
1,040,281.81

153,437,856. 84

340,509,577.34

12,551,373.19

4,120,962. 58

23,725,000.01
1,188,274.33

24,000,000.00
2400,000.00

235,800,000.00
(3)

3,548,960.16
145,827.41

5,000,000. O
C
250,000.00

22,538,72'5.88

23,600,000.00

235,600,000.00'

3,401,132.75

4,750,000.00

85,949, C

3,035,551.08

2,221,771.97

22,489,252.13

20,683.43

15,965.99

49,473. 65

23,496,361.94
:.
104,638.08

235,335,343.91

3,356,344.05
..
44,788. 70

O
Pi.

K!

4,108,156.56
('*)

264,658.09

ZP.

841,843.45

W
1 P r i v a t e L a w 91-88.
2 P u b l i c L a w 90-241 a m e n d e d t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l Clainis S e t t l e m e n t A c t of 1949 to
p e r m i t t h e 5-percent deduction to b e m a d e from the.installra.ent p a j a n e n t s raade u n d e r
t h e clairas a g r e e m e n t s , r a t h e r t h a n from each p a y r a e n t t o a w a r d e e s . .




3 S t a t u t o r y d e d u c t i o n s of 6 percent m a d e b y t h e Foreign Clairas S e t t l e r a e n t C o m mission prior to t h e funds being transferred to .Treasury.
i I n c l u d e s b o t h principal a n d interest.

d
y<

STATISTICAL

291

APPENDIX

International Financial Transactions
TABLE

94.— U.S.

net monetary gold transactions with foreign
international institutions, fiscal years 1945-72

countries

and

[In raillions of dollars at $35 per ounce. Negative figures represent net sales by the United States; positive
figures, net purchases]
1945-67
Afghanistan
Algeria
Argentina
AustraUa
Austria
Bank for International
Settleraents
Belgiuni
Bolivia
Brazil
Bm-ma
Cambodia
Cameroon Republic
Canada
Central African Republic
Ceylon
Chad.
Chile
Colombia
Congo (Kinshasa)
Costa Rica
Cyprus
Dahoraey
Denraark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador _
El Salvador
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Gabon
Germany, Federal Republic of.
Ghana
Greece
Guinea.
Haiti.
Honduras
Iceland
Indonesia
International Bank




-10.4
-18.8
790.2
-8.3
-579.3 . .

1968

1969

-2.7
-150. 4
-5.1

-.5
-50.6
-'20.0

-513.3 . .
-697. 2
18.8
18L4
—24.8
—15.9 . .
-2.3
1,046.3
-.9
-16.1
—.9
L9
146.4 . .
24.3 - .
-7.8
-2.0
-LO
^111.7 . .
-20.8
-4.9
-24.6
-LO ..
-2L7
3,099.8
-.9
-658. 9
-5.8
—137. 4
-3 8
-.4
-1.1
-9.5 ..
-115. 3 ' "
18.8 . .

1970

1972

-3.7
-.3
-.7 ..
-30.0
""-2'2.'5'-]

-.1

3.5 . .
199.5 . .
-57.8 ..
-.1
- . 5 ..
-2.1
"""-2."6"'
-.2
150.0 . .
-.1
-.8
-.1
-8.2

-.1
-.7 ..
-.1
-4.9

-.6
-13.4 ..
-.1
-"9"
-26.7
-2.6

-.1
25.0 . .
-L2
4.0 .
-.4

220.0
-.1
- . 4 ..
18.4
-.3

(*)
'-Ll'

-.2

-.5

705.0 . .
-.1

....^.....
-.3

(*)- . 1
-1.5

'-^.'i'
-.2
-.1
-.1
-4.0
-1.2 ..
-.1
-.4
-.1

-110.0 . .
-•2.0 . .
-22.5 ..
59.6
-4,0 ..

(*) . 8
-

(*) --

•-.•2

-8.8

-.5

-1.8
-1.5 ..
-.7
-2.0 .
-3.2

-.2

-2.7 ..

-.1
500.0 . .
-.8
-.8

(*)

-.1
-.2
-2.0

-410.7
- L l ..
-3.4
-9.8
—1.8
-.2
-L5
-2.2
-10.3

-.1"

-20.0
-191.1

..
.
..
..

(*)
-2.'3

292

1:9<7:2 REPORT OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREiASURY

T A B L E 94.— U.S. net monetary gold transactions with foreign countries and
international institutions, fiscal years 1945-72—Continued
1945-67

1968

^ 1969

1970

International Monetary Fmid i . . .
1,113.5
-3.0
2.5
31.8
- . 1 ..
Iran
-44.7 .
Iraq
-44.0 " " - ' 6 3 ' 2 ' . .
43.2
-45.4
-5.9
: -8.0
Ireland
-24.5 .
Israel
-294.0
-76.0 ..
-303.1
Italy
-.2
Ivory Coast.
-.2
-1.9
1
--2
-2.5 .
-2.0
Jamaica .
. .
Japan
-259.0 .
-14.1
-2.9 ..
-.8
Jordan
-8.5
-.1
-4.8
Korea.
.
(*)
-2^1.9
-22.3 .
Kuwait
24.9
-1.9 .
-.8
Laos.
.
-94.5
Lebanon
-98.8
-.4
-.5
-2.7
-.3
Liberia
-3.3 .
Malagasy
-33.5 ..
-.8
Malaysia
1
-1.0 .
MaU
i; - 1 4 . 7
2.5
Malta
-.1
Mauritania
;:
-.1
Mexico
10.9 .
-1.1
-1.4
-1.5
Morocco
-18.2
-8.0 ..
Nepal
(*)
-18.5 ..
Netherlands
""-'736.'3'
-L8
N e w Zealand
.
-1.1 ..
-.1
17.5
-.2
Nicaragua
-.9
-.1
-.1
-.2
Niger
-20.0
-9.3
Nigeria
. - .
11.7 .
:
-.9
-.9
Norway
-1.4
-1.2
, -.7
Pakistan
-2.8
: -4.2
Panama
(*)
(*)
-.9 .
Paraguay
.'5
-13.4
io.'o"" • " ' " L ' S . l " ' " " - ' 316.6 '
Peru
81.4
-.4
33.8
Philippines
-4L6 .
-5.0 ..
Portugal
-.9
-.1
-.1
-.1
R e p u b U c of Congo ( B r a z z a v i U e ) . .
-.4
-.7
i .
1
-.1
Rwanda
-84.2
, -25.0
-25.0
SaudiArabia . .
.
-215 .
Senegal
-53.0
-16.7
Singapore
-.3
-'3'i'
- . 1 ..
Soraalia
Sonth Afi-ica
1,121.3 .
- 1 . 2 -Southern Yemen
.
-694.4 .
Spain
-.9
-11.3
-1.3
-1.6
Sudan
.1
-11.6
;. ' 5 . 0
5.0
Surinam .
227.7 .
-922.7
-25.0 ..
-60.0
Switzerland
-.4
-20.1
-9.4
-.1
Syria
-1.1 .
Togo
Trinidad and Tobago
-.7
-.6
-.6
-5.5
Tunisia
-12.0
3.0
6.8
-13.0
Turkey
-155.8 .
-.8
United Arab RepubUc
-299.4
-1,897.4
15.0 . .
United Kingdora
-1.0
-.1
-.1
U n n e r Volta
-.1
-4.5
-18.2
Uruguay
(*)
3.9 .
1.2
Vatican City
...
-385.9 .
Venezuela
..
- .
-1.6 .
-1.5
Yemen Arab Republic
-Z.l"'
""-29'7"
-1.7
Yugoslavia
-160.4
-.3
-.4
-3.1
AUother

-i'6" '

Total

.-

-6,710.1

1971
-197.9.

470.8

735.7

-547.9

.
-8.0
-8.2
.
-118.8

(*)3 . 8
-.8 .
-35.0
-.2
— 1.8
— 10.0
— .1
-4.2
-.1
—25.0
-5.8 .
3.0
-76.0
— 11.2
-2.1
-.7
-8.8
-.9
-7.3 .
-2.0
-1.0
-16.7
-8.3

-.'i'

-2,337.6

1972

...

..
...
...
-.6

-.3 ....
-1.1
— .7

.
-30 0

-1.8
50.8
-2.4

.
-.5

.
-175.0
-3.2
-.9
-4.8
-.8
15.1
-3.9
— .7
.
.

-50.0
.

...
(*)

.
- .
-2.0

-6.8
-.6
— 14.9
-118.8
-1,382.4

-844.9

1 Includes U.S. gold subscription paynients of $887.5 miUion in 1947, $343.8 raiUion in 1959, $258.8 railhon in
1985, and $385.0 raiUion in 1970. Prior to 1961 includes gold purchases by IMF on behalf ofniember countries
for their payments to IMF. Frora Septeraber 1965 through June 1969 and frora October through Deceraber
1970 includes net deposits and sales of gold raade by IMF in order to mitigate U.S. gold sales relating to
raerabers' quota increases.
*Less than $50,000;




293

STATISTICAL APPENDIX
TABLE 95.— U.S. reserve assets, fiscal years 1958-72
[In m i l h o n s of doUars]

E n d of fiscal year or

1958
1969
1980
1961
1962.
1983
1964
1985
1986
1967
1988
1969.
1970.
1971
1972
1971-July
August........
September
October
Noveraber
December
1972-January...
February
March.
AprU
May
June

Total
reserve
assets

raonth

-

.

23,496
21,514
21,170
19,308
18,490
17,065
16,591
15,762
14,958
14,274
14,083
16,057
U6,328
13,504
13,339
13,283
12,128
12,131
12,146
12,131
8i2,i67
12,879
12,330
12,270
12,285
9 13^345
13,339

Gold stock 1
Total 2

. 21,412
19,746
19,383
17,803
18,527
15,830
15,623
6 14,049
13,529
13,169
10,881
11,153
11,889
10,507
10,490
10,453
10,209
10,207
10,207
10,206
10,206
10,206
9,662
9,602
9,662
9 10,490
10,490

Treasury

21,358
19,705
19,322
17,550
18,435
15,733
15,481
613,934
13,433
13,110
10,367
10,367
11,387
10,332
10,410
10,332
10,132
10,132
10,132
10,132
10,132
10,132
9,588
9,588
9,588
"10,410
10,410

Special
drawing'
rights 3

957
1,247
1,958
1,147
1,097
1,097
1,100
1,100
1,100
1,810
1,810
1,810
1,803
8 1,958
1,958

Reserve
C o n v e r t i b l e position i n
foreign
International
currencies <
Monetary
Fund 5

186
554
128
182
546
722
738
2,479
3,355
U,132
322
457
250
248
250
259
243
8 276
276
278
212
429
469
457

2,084
1,768
1,807
1,519
1,4.09
1,109
788
61,167
707
367
903
1,549
2,360
1,428
434
1,433
674
577
580
682
585
587
682
586
391
9 428
434

1 Includes gold sold to t h e U n i t e d States b y t h 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 w i t h t h e r i g h t of repurchase,
a n d gold deposited b y t h 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 to m i t i g a t e t h e i m p a c t on t h e U . S . gold stock of
foreign p u r c h a s e s for t h e p u r p o s e of m a k i n g gold s u b s c r i p t i o n s to t h e F u n d u n d e r q u o t a increases.
2 I n c l u d e s gold in E x c h a n g e StabiUzation F u n d , which is n o t included in T r e a s u r y gold figures s h o w n i n
daily Treasury statement.
3 I n c l u d e s initial allocation on J a n . 1,1970, of $867 raiUion, second aUocation on J a n . 1,1971, of $717 railhon,
a n d t h i r d aUocation o n J a n . 1,1972, of $710 million of special d r a w i n g r i g h t s ( S D R ) i n t h e Special D r a w i n g
A c c o u n t i n t h 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 , plus or m i n u s transactions in S D R .
4 I n c l u d e s holdings of T r e a s u r y a n d F e d e r a l Reserve S y s t e m .
5 T h e U n i t e d States has t h e r i g h t to pm-chase foreign currencies e q u i v a l e n t to its reserve position in t h e
F u n d a u t o m a t i c a l l y if needed. U n d e r a p p r o p r i a t e conditions t h e U n i t e d States could p u r c h a s e a d d i t i o n a l
a m o u n t s equal to t h e U . S . q u o t a , w h i c h a m o u n t e d to $7,274 raiUion as of J u n e 30,1972.
6 Reserve position includes, a n d gold stock excludes, $259 railhon gold subscription to t h e F u n d in J u n e
1965 for a U . S . q u o t a increase w h i c h becarae effective on F e b . 23,1968. I n figures p u b h s h e d b y t h e F u n d from
J u n e 1985 t h r o u g h J a n u a r y 1988, this gold s u b s c r i p t i o n w a s i n c l u d e d i n t h e U . S . gold stock a n d excluded frqra
t h e reserve position.
7 I n c l u d e s gain of $67 raiUion resulting from r e v a l u a t i o n of t h e Gerraan raark i n October 1989, of w h i c h
$13 raillion represents gain o n G e r r a a n m a r k holdings a t t i m e of r e v a l u a t i o n .
8 Includes $28 niillion increase i n dollar v a l u e of foreign currencies r e v a l u e d to reflect m a r k e t exchange
rates as of D e c . 31,1971.
9 T o t a l reserve assets include increase of $1,016 raiUion resulting frora change in par value of t h e U . S . dollar
o n M a y 8,1972, consisting of $828 niilUon t o t a l gold stock, $155 raiUion S D R , a n d $33 niilUon reserve position
in t h 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 .




TABLE 96.— U.S. liquid and nonliquid liabilities to foreign ofiicial institutions, and liquid liabilities to all other foreigners, 1958-72

CO

[In millions of dollars]
1—'
CO

Liabilities to foreign countries
Official

institutions 2

Liquid

E n d of period
Total

1958—June
Deceraber
1959—June
Deceraber
1960—June
D e c e m b e r 11
1981—June
Deceraber 1 1 . . . .

....}

1962—June.
Deceraber 11
1983—June.
D e c e m b e r 11
1964—June.
Deceraber 11
1965—June
December
1966-June
Deceraber n
1967—June
December n
1968—June
Deceraber n




-•-1

916,056
918,845
9 18,065
19,428
20,472
20,994
21,027
21,296
22,853
22,936
23,699
24,268
24,288
25,974
28,433
28,394
26,559
29,313
29,384
28,398
29,589
29,819
131,145
\31,020
31,757
r35,819
135,887
38,171
(38,687
138,473

Liquid
liabUities
to I n t e r n a tional Monetary F u n d
arising
frora gold
transactions!

200
200
200
500
500
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
834
983
1,011
1,011
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,030
1,030
1,030

Total

(10)
(10)
(10)

10,120
10,482
11,078
11,088
10,875
11,830
11,830
11,869
12,948
12,914
14,082
14,459
14,425
14,249
15,790
15,786
14,768
15,828
15, 225
14, 841
14,898
16, 230
18, 201
18,194
15,758
17,407
17,340

Shortterm
liabilities
reported
by banks
in t h e
United
States
7,931
8,685
8,967
9,154
9,511
10,212
10,212
10,038
10,940
10,940
11,205
11,997
11,963
12,377
12.487
12,487
12,102
13,224
13,220
12, 201
13,066
12,861
12,484
12,539
12,802
14,034
14,027
10,733
11,318
11,318

Marketable
U.S.
Government
bonds
and
notes 3 4

L i q u i d liabilities to other
foreigners
Nonliquid

Nonmarketable
convertible U . S .
Treasury
bonds
and
notes

Longterm
liabilities
reported
by banks
in t h e
United
States

—

Nonraarketable
nonconvertible U . S .
Treasmy
bonds
and
notes 5

(10)
(10)
(10)

968
971
888
878
837
890
890
684
751
751
1,038
1,217
1,183
1,241
1.125
1,125
1,126
1,105
1,108
880
860
917
908
908
667
629
462

502
703
703
825
1,079
1,079
1,129
1,201
858
256
256
374
711
711
811
701
701

9
9
9
79
168
158
108
120
438
913
913
1,813
1,807
1,807
2,073
2,341
2,341

200
200
158
63
63
2
204
204
204
334
382
328
328
324
741
741
1,584
2,618
2,518

Liquid
UabUUies
to
banks 6

3,850
3,520
4,148
4,678
5,274
4,818
4,818
6,257
5,404
5,484
5,881
5,348
5,348
6,813
6,817
6,817
8,188
7,271
7,303
7, 261
7,419
8,139
10,118
9,938
9,339
11, 209
11,085
13,928
14,472
14, 472

Total

(10)
(10)
(10)

2,940
2,871
2,773
2,780
2,742
2,871 2,873
3,189
3,013
3,013
3,198
3,397
3,387
3,489
3,730
3,753
3,939
4,059
4,234
4,271
4,272
4,384
4,885
4,678
4,785
6,053
4, 909

Shortterm
liabilities
reported
by banks
in t h e
United
States
2.236
2,430
2,558
2,399
2,250
2,230
2,230
2,207
2,355
2,357
2,678
2,565
2,585
2,821
3,048
3,048
3,134
3,354
3,377
3,471
3,587
3,744
3,743
3,744
3,828
4,127
4,120
4,172
4,444
4,444

Marketable
U.S.
Governraent
bonds
and
notes 3 7
(10)
(10)
(10)

541
621
643
550
535
516
616
513
448
448
377
351
341
356
378
376
468
472
490
628
628
538
558
658
613
609
465

Liquid
liabilities
t o nonmonetary
international
a n d regional
organizations 8

1,036
1,047
1,065
1,190
1,345
1,525
1,541
1,622
1,948
1,949
2,160
2,181
2,195
2,081
1,960
1,965
1,855
1,722
1,722
1,630
1,431
1,038
906
905
791
691
677
670
725
722

to

w

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1969—June...
Deceraber 11,12..
1970—June
December n
1971—June
Deceraber "
1972—June
1971—July
August-.
Septeniber...
October
November..
Deceraber 11,13
1972—January
February
March
AprU
May
June

-_

43,628
/45,755
\45,914
47,462
-, - /47,009
146,960
. . . . 54,765
/67,881
[67,810
73,999
66,603
83,105
83,943
65,262
' 65,748
(67,681
167,810
69,066
69,998
. 71,013
7-2,215
7-2,113
74,000

14,827
1,028
1,019 1215,975
1,019
15,998
19,384
1,010
23,788
588
23,775
586
33, 998
648
51, 209
644
60, 851
644
54, 617
644
36,259
43,883
644
45,331
544
48,574
544
48,339
544
61, 209
544
50, 651
644
51,614
644
62,799
53,808
54,093
53,679
64,804

9,112
11,054
11,077
14,508
19,333
19,333
26, 808
39, 679
39, 018
38, 618
28, 888
34, 016
35, OSO
36,087
37, 271
39, 879
39, 018
39,581
40, 679
40,980
38,723
37,850
38, 803

454
348
346
380
308
295
379
1,955
1,956
3,657

632
870
1,015
1,272
1,747
1,955
1,955
2,260
2,448
2,882
2,933
3,283
3, 557

1 Includes liabiUty on gold deposited by the International Monetary Fmid (IMF)
to mitigate the impact on the U.S. gold stock of foreign purchases for gold subscriptions
to the Fund mider quota increases, and U.S. Government obligations at cost value
and funds awaiting investment obtained from proceeds of sales of gold by the IMF to
the United States to acquire incorae-earning assets.
2 Includes Bank for Intemational Settleraents and European Fund.
3 Derived by applying reported transactions to benchmark data; breakdown of
transactions by type of holder estiraated 1980-1963. Includes secm-ities issued by corporations and other agencies of the U.S. Government which are guaranteed by the United
States.
4 Includes nonguaranteed securities of U.S. federally sponsored agencies, beginning
February 1972.
s Excludes notes issued to foreign official nonreserve agencies.
6 Includes short-term liabilities payable in dollars to foreign banks, and short-term
liabilities payalDle in foreign cm-rencies to foreigii banks and to "other foreigners."
7 Includes marketable U.S. Government bonds and notes held by foreign banks.
8 Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Developraent, the
Inter-American Developnient Bank, and the Asian Developraent Bank. Frora December 1957 through January 1972 includes difference between cost value and face value
of securities in IMF gold investraent account.
9 Includes total foreign holdings of U.S. Government bonds and notes, for which
breakdown by type of holder is not available.
10 Not available.
11 Data on the two lines shown for this date differ because cf changes in reporting
coverage. Figures on the first line are comparable in coverage to those shown for the




688
12 555

555
429
429
429
3,452
6,060
6,093
8, 594
5,452
5,785
6,054
8,055
8,055
6,060
6,093
6,094
8,094
. 6,094
8,594
8,594
8,594

2,103
1,505
1,505
1,118

895
695
334
144
144
127
284
172
161
159
170
144
144
138
137
127
120
129
127

2,492
12 2, 515
2,515
2,971
3,023
3,023
3,023
3,371
3,441
3,723
3,023
3,021
3,021
3,021
3, 096
3,371
3,441
3,441
3,441
3, 7-23
3,723
3,723
3,723

22,3'20
23,638
23, 645
21, 788
17,137
17,189
14, 387
10, 282
10, 950
13,432
13, 937
12,820
12, 435
12, 478
11,194
10, 262
10, 950
11,171
11, 373
11, 464
12,433
12,821
13,444

4, 738
4,464
4,589
4,622
4,678
4,604
4,530
4,138
4,141
4,474
4,473
4,382
4,160
4,244
4,214
4,138
4,141
4,153
4,204
4,194
4,242
4,284
4,475

4,288
3,939
4,064
4,088
4,029
4,039
3,957
3,891
3,694
4,102
3,894
3,839
3,645
3.734
3, 733
3,691
3,894
3,783
3,812
3,818
3,853
3,889
4,103

452
5'26
525
538
647
565
573
447
447
372
579
643
515
510
481
447
447
390
392
376
389
395
372

715
859
663
680
844
846
1,324
1,528
1,524
1,476
1,390
1,498
1,473
1,422
1,455
1,528
1, 524
1,884
1,822
1,549
1,447
1,429
1,477

preceding date; figm'es on the second line are comparable to those shown for the following date.
12 Includes $17 million increase in dollar value of foreign currency liabilities resulting
from revaluation of the Gerraan mark in October 1989.
13 Data on the second line, differ from those on the first line because certain accounts
previously classified as "official institutions" are included with "banks"; a nuraber of
reporting banks are included in the series for the first tirae; and U.S. Treasury liabihties
payable in foreign currencies to official institutions of foreign countries are increased
in value to reflect market exchange rates as of Dec. 31, 1971, as follows: U.S. Treasury
certificates, $7 raiUion; nonmarketable convertible U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,
$33 raiUion; and nonraarketable nonconvertible U.S. Treasm-y bonds and notes, $70
railhon.
NOTE.—Table is based on Departnient of the Treasury data and on data reported to
the Departraent of the Treasury by banks and brokers in the United States. Table
excludes IMF "holding of dollars," and holdings of U.S. Treasury letters of credit and
nonnegotiable, noninterest-beai-ing special U.S. notes held by other international
and regional organizations. The liabilities figures are used by the Department of Commerce in the statistics measuring the balance of international paynients of the United
States. However, this table does not include changes in liquid clairas reported by U.S.
banks and nonbanking concerns, which are used in calculating the net Uquidity balance,
or certain nonliquid habilities. to foreign official institutions which enter into the calculation of the official reserve transactions balance. In addition, the balance of payraents statistics include certain adjustments to Treasmy data prior to 1983 and some
rounding differences, and may differ from the Treasmy data because of varying timing
in incorporating revisions.

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[Millions of doUars]

Line

Western E u r o p e

T y p e of i n v e s t m e n t

1970
N e t i n t e m a t i o n a l m v e s t m e n t position of t h e
United States...U . S . assets a b r o a d
N o n l i q u i d assets
U.S. Government
Long-terra credits:
R e p a y a b l e m dollars 1
Other 2
F o r e i g n currencies a n d o t h e r shortt e r m assets
P r i v a t e , long-tei-m
. . . Direct investments, abroad
Foreign securities:
Foreign b o n d s . . .
Foreign corporate stocks
O t h e r claims, reported b y U . S . b a n k s .
O t h e r clairas, reported b y U . S . n o n b a n k i n g concerns *
P r i v a t e , short-terra n o n l i q u i d
Clairas r e p o r t e d b y U . S . b a n k s
Claims reported b y U.S. n o n b a n k m g
concerns
L i q u i d assets
Private
, Claims reported b y U . S . b a n k s .
C l a i m s reported b y U . S . n o n b a n k i n g
concerns
U . S . m o n e t a r y reserve a s s e t s . Gold
SDR-.
C o n v e r t i b l e cuiTcncies
Gold t r a n c h e position in I M F
...




1970

Canada

19711'

Latin American
countries a n d
o t h e r Western
Hemisphere

Japan

1970

1970

1971p

1970

1971p

O t h e r foreign
countries

1970

Intemational
organizations a n d
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26, 096 30,833
31, 899 36,373
31, 737 36,185
15, 804 17,810

17,475
20,450
6,592
1,353

16,159
19,608
7,715
1,419

ZP

1,348

1,414

o

5
5,239
3 3,588

5
6,298
3'4,319
1,977

O

"^
y ^

69,185
166,850
149,951
32,166
23,518
6,185

57,851 - 1 9 , 0 5 8 -29,034
180,628
41,459 45, 830
164,432
40,051 43, 944
34,194
7,993
7,850
25, 614
8,178

6,827
951

23,807
37,108
38,094
24

26,423
39, 882
38,348
49

19

47

547
98

2
5
35, 221 37,342
22, 790 24, 030

27
2,339
1,483

6,798
. 872 .

2,483
2,402
215
180
104,959 115,554 29, 634 33, 202
78,177 86,001 24,516 27, 621

1,177 -7,799
7, 228
8,365
7,057
8,048
872
608

19,685
28, 710
28,420
8,320

21, 471
30, 770
30,194
6,680

482
95

5,596

5,943
675

13,160
6,437
3, 035

14, 804
7,089
3,620

535
2,583
471

508
2, 832
706

7,873
3,180
272

8,721
3,282
208

265
337
115

4,150
12, 828
9,592

4,259
14,684
10, 894

1,549
2,424
1,094

1,535
2,892
1,345

1,106
849
483

1,121
955
578

139
4,046
3,782

3,234
3,790
16,899 16,194
4,027
2,412
1, 210 2,320

1,330
1,408
780
310

1,547
1, 688
1,411
718

366
1,012
1,012
580

377
1,536
1,536
951

264
169
168
108

5 470
1,707
12,187
628
10,205 .
1,100 .
278
828
585 .

5 695
275

452

585

(*)

(*)

60
1

275

()
*

()
*

1,202
14,487
11, 072
851
629
1,935

9,181
4, 447

10,931
.4,535 .

42
2,176
29
35
2,144
3, 050 18, 234 19, 489 14, 292 16,195
1,818 .14,780 15, 783 11, 042 12,450
289
578
248
139
4,392
4, 059
333
317
316
237
79
1.

1,059
141
1,326

1,116
172
1,440

1,775
216
851

1,653
2,014
225 .
1, 020 .

948
3, 888
3,113

978
4,065
3, 219

4C8
1,841
1,120

486 .
2,380
1,693

753
290
290
128

576
576
285

521
182
162
104

887
188

5 182

6 291

6 58

6 57 .

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13,858

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13, 858
11,072
851

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11,891
10,206
1,100

585

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27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
38

U.S. liabilities to foreigners 6...
97,665 122,775
Nonliquid liabiUties to other than foreign
official agencies
50,659 54,917
U.S. Government7
2,005
1,523
Private, long-term
44,785 49,583
Direct investments in the United
States
13,270 13,704
U.S. securities:
Corporate and other bonds
6,878
8,826
Corporate stocks
18,889 21,321
Other liabilities, reported by U.S.
banks
1,008
759
Other liabilities, reported by U.S.
nonbanking concerns 4
4,940
5,173
Private, short-terra nonliquid, reported
by U.S. nonbanking concerns
. . . . 3,869
3,811
Liquid liabilities to private foreigners and
liquid and nonliquid liabilities to foreigii
official agencies
47,006 67,858
To private foreigners
22,619 16,614
To foreign coraraercial banks 9
17,189 10,950
To international and regional organizations
846
1,5'23
To other foreigners
4,604
4,141
To foreign official agencies
24,387 51,244
Nonliquid
3,764
3,638
Reported by U.S. Government 7
3,089
3,480
Reported by U.S. b a n k s . . .
695
156
Liquid
20,623 47,608

60,515

74,664

13,299

13,459

36,304
1,806
31,745

39,920
1,385
35,994

6,778
52
6,467

7,197
17
6,943

843 •
32
686

9,554

10,077

3,117

3,339

5,214
12,756

6,825
14,681

237
2,912
83

9,025

9,299

5,803

5,740

2,975

3,447

152
28
—54

3,911
22
3,520

4,256
15
3,770

1,689
95
1,249

1,698
1,832
77 ,
"i,'83'2
1,235

1,850

229

—174

248

315

121

146

285
3,112

2
20

70

174
2,244

200
2, 561

90
576

62
844

1,161
181

1,246
253

8 133

5 490

8 351

1,143
577

1, 597
1,053

84

8 385

83

8 415

8 168

8 232

4,043

4,155

198

203

30

39

439

526

230

2,753

2,541

257

237

145

178

369

471

345

384

24,211
10,550
9,076

34,744
4,573
3,375

6,523
3, 572
3,078

6,282
2,282
1,898

5,208 16, 012
N.S.S. N.S.S.
N.S.S. N.S.S.

5,114
3,541
1,210

17
1,457
13,661
645
645
(s)
13,016

8 .
494
1,190
2,951
30,171
2,289
705
705
2,289
(S)
(8)
29,466
662

N.S.S. N.S.S.
384 N.S.S. N.S.S.
3,980 N.S.S. N.S.S.
2,640
2,640

154
2,177
1,573

i.'sso

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8 256

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* Less than $500,000 ( ± ) .
JIncludes U.S. gold stock.
N.S.S.Not shown separately.
1 Also includes paid-in capital subscription to international financial institutions
(other than IMF) and outstanding araomits of misceUaneous clainis which have been
settled through international agreements to be payable to the U.S. Government over
periods in excess of 1 year. Excludes World War I debts that are not being serviced.
2 Includes indebtedness which the borrower may contractually, or at its option, repay
with its currency, with a third comitry's currency, or by deUvery of materials or transfer
of services.
3 For the most part represents the estiraated investment in shipping companies
registered priraarily in Panaraa and Liberia.
4 The long-term position data given here include estiraates for real estate, insm'ance,
estates, and trusts.
5 Beginning in 1970 country detail for Western Em'ope includes the Em'opean Econoraic Comraunity, United Kingdom, and Switzerland only, and for Latin America
and O.W.H. includes only Bahamas and Berrauda. Remaining countries are not




16,184

6,049

(8)

1,340

(S)

N.S.S.

(8)

N.S.S.

(3)

1,573

5,043
4,114
4,044
3,664 N.S.S. N.S.S.
1,265 N.S.S. N.S.S.
328

N.S.S.

(8)

1,379

(S)

N.S.S.

(8)

N.S.S.

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2,071 N.S.S. N.S.S. .
1,379 N.S.S. N.S.S.
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135
135
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separately identified due to insignificant amounts and are included in other foreign
countries.
6 The regional breakdown for liability lines may not add to the world total since
certain items cannot be shown separately and because of the assumptions made regarding Unes 33 and 44 (see footnote 8).
7 U.S. Governraent UabiUties are broken down into those to foreign official reserve
agencies in line 43 and those to others in Une 28, including foreign official agencies other
than reserve agencies. U.S. Goverrmient notes held by the Canadian Governraent in
connection with the 1964 Colurabia River power rights arrangeraents are included in
the entries for foreign official reserve agencies.
8 In the regional breakdown, nonhquid liabilities to foreign official agencies reported
by U.S. banks are included with private long-term UabiUties reported by U.S. banks;
and, for summation purposes in the regional presentation, Une 44 is assumed to be zero
and any entries that would appear there are considered part of Une 33.
.9 As reported by U.S. banks; ultimate ownership is not identified.
SOURCE.—Department of Coramerce, "Survey of Current Business," October 1972.

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TABLE 98.—Assets and liabilities ofthe Exchange StabiHzation Fund as of June SO,
1971, and June SO, 1972
J u n e 30, 1971

Assets a n d liabilities

J u n e 30, 1972

Fiscal year
1972, increase
or decrease (—)

ASSETS

Cash:
T r e a s u r e r of t h e U n i t e d States (includes u n deposited coUections)
F e d e r a l Reserve B a n k of N e w Y o r k , special
accounts....Iraprestfund.

$277,098. 26

$2,877,099.11

$2,600,002. 85

264,860,367.00
1,500.00

'267,880,307.00
1,500.00

3,000,000.00

Totalcash
26.5,138,983.26
270,738,968.11
5, 800, 002. 85
710, 921, 217. 31
Special d r a w i n g rights
.
1, 248, 710,387.12 1,957,631, 804.43
Special account of thc Secretary of t h e T r e a s u r y in
t h e F e d e r a l Reserve B a n k of N e w York—gold
- 9 4 , 715,156. 72
(schedule 1)
.. 174,654,324.51
79,939,167.79
Foreign exchange d u e from foreign b a n k s :
- 7 , 058. 40
B a n q u e N a t i o n a l e de Belgique
.
7,058.40
1,622. 81
BankofCanada....
20,688.28
22,309.07
345,158. 98
Deutsche Bundesbank
2, 737, 644. 89
3,082,803. 87
243,301,045.10
B a n k of E n g l a n d
99,363.98
243,400,409.08
Banca d'ltalia
197,667.81
221,017.72
23,349.91
Sveriges R i k s b a n k
4,952.77
.5,270.38
317. 61
5, 260. 37
B a n q u e N a t i o n a l e Suisse
580.67
5,84L04
- 3 6 , 060,004. 26
B a n k for I n t e r n a t i o n a l S e t t l e m e n t s
191, 233,599. 78
155,173,595.50
Investments in U.S. Governraent
securities
(schedule 2)
1,387,749,813.71 2,578,479,270.93 1,190, 729, 657. 22
5, 263, 741.39
I n v e s t r a e n t s in foreign securities (schedule 2)
31, 787,398.66
37,051,140. 05
49,847.30
A c c o u n t s receivable
112,513.88
162,361.18
-20,165.75
I n t e r e s t purchtised
..
20,165. 75
....
Accrued interest receivable—U.S. G o v e r n m e n t
-812,457.74
securities
4,004,497.70
3,192,039.96
1, 628,195. 00
Accrued interest receivable—SD R holdings
3, 279, 285.00
4,907,480.00
1,190,499.13
Accrued interest receivable—foreign
784,553. 72
1,975,052. 85
177. 58
.Prepaid expense
.
395.39
572.95
F u r n i t m e a n d e q u i p m e n t , less allowance for
65,141.10
depreciation
21.5,823.45
280,784.66
- 1 , 800. 00
.Buildings, less aUowance for depreciation
37,400. 00
35,800.00
Land
.....
100,000.00
100,000.00 .
Totalassets.

3,308,896,678.87

5,336,406,287.44 . 2,027,508,590.77

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Accounts payable
4,895,674.24
Special accounts
6,000,000.00
A d v a n c e frora U . S . T r e a s u r e r ( U . S . drawings o n
IMF)
...-.
650,000,000.00
Special drav/ing rights certificates
400,000,000.00
Deferred liability—Foi-eign E x c h a n g e r e v a l u a t i o n . . .
32, 789,675.13
Special d r a w i n g rights allocations
1,683, 780,000. 00
C a p i t a l account
.
'200,000,000.00
C u m u l a t i v e n e t income (sclicdule 3)
431,431,327.30
T o t a l i i a b i l i t i e s a n d capital

3,308,896,676.67

8,207,338.33
3,000,000.00

3,311,684.09
- 3 , 000, 000. 00

1,712,000,000.00 1, 062, 000, 000. 00
4.00,000,000.00 .
164, 793, 751. 80 ""i32,'004,"676.'47
906, 825, 880. 90
2,490,805,880.90
200,000,000.00 .
' " - ^ 7 3 , " « oio" 69
357, 798,316.61
5,338,406,267.44

2,0'27,508,590. 77

S C H E D U L E 1.- - S P E C I A L A C C O U N T O F T H E S E C R E T A R Y O F T H E T R E A S U R Y I N T H E
F E D E R A L R E S E R V E B.A.NK O F N E W Y O R K — G O L D
J u n e 30, 1971

J u n e 30, 1972

Gold accounts
Ounces
F e d e r a l Reserve B a n k of N e w Y o r k
F e d e r a l Re.serve B a n k of A t l a n t a
U . S . A s s a y Office, N e w Y o r k . . . .
Totalgold




' Dollars

Ounces

Dollars

1,678,301.971

58, 740,588.93

3,311,821.447

115,913, 755..58

1,64.8,588.351
395.371
454,678..591

62; 646,357. 23
15,024.10
17,277,786.46

4,990,123.418

174, 654,3'24. 51

2,103,662.313

79,939,167.79

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299

TABLE 98.—Assets and liabilities of the Exchange Stabilization Fund as of June 30,
1971, and June 30, 157^—Continued
SCHEDULE 2.-INVESTMENTS H E L D BY T H E EXCHANGE STABILIZATION F U N D ,
J U N E 30, 1972
Securities

Face value

Investment in public debt securities:
Public issues:
Treasury bonds:
23^% of 1987-72 (dated Nov. 15, 1945)
Treasury bills:
Matming July 6,1972
Maturing Aug. 3, 1972
Maturing Aug. 10, 1972
Maturing Aug. 17, 1972
Maturing Aug. 24, 1972
Maturing Aug. 31, 1972
Maturing Sept. 7, 1972
Maturing Sept. 14, 1972
Maturhig Sept. 21, 1972
..-

Cost (in dollars)

$10,000,000.00

.....
--

Total public issues...

$10,000,000.00

12,900,000.00
8,000,000.00
57,000,000.00
55,000,000.00
103, 250,000. 00
204,840,000.00
174,450,000.00
417, 850,000.00
119,000,000.00

Accrued
interest

12,799,818.71
7,927,280.00 .
58,501,820.00 ,
54,488,300.00 ,
102,352,605. 00 .
202,896,088.40 .
172,749,112.50 .
413, 848,997. 00 .
117,820,710.00 .

$10,245.90

1,182,290,000.00

Subtotal
Unaraortized discount
Total...
Foreign securities:
Republic of Gerniany, Treasury bUls.. -

1,151,380, 71L 81

10,245.90

1,424,347,375.55

1,424,347,375.55

3,181,794.06

2,588,837,375.55 .
8,158,104.62 .
2,578,479,270.93

Special issues. Exchange StabUization Fund series:
3.55% niaturing July 1, 1972

2,575,728,087.18

3,192,039.c

DM121,500,000.00

37,051,140.05 .

SCHEDULE 3.--INCOME AND E X P E N S E
Jan. 31,1934, through-

Classification

June 30, 1971

Incorae:
Profits on transactions in:
Gold and exchange (including profits from handling
charges on gold).$143,887,579.81
Sale of silver to U.S. Treasury
3,473,362.29
Silver
-...
102,735.27
Investraents
1,374,108.84
Miscellaneous
184,912.72
Interest on:
Investraents
198,431,624.00
Special drawing rights
581,897.00 DR.
Foreign balances.
164,788,215.10
Revaluation of SDR holdings and allocations
Totalincome...

$22,350,994.33
3,473,382.29
102,735.27
1,388,957.14
187,279.41
294,273,144.84
8,081,949.82 DR.
175,788,199.79
42,077,997.83 DR.

511,460,541.03

Total expense
Cumulative net income
20




.

..

63,947,867.11
3,862,031.58
4,109,423.36
1,990,188.62
628,138.44
15,166,769.61

80,029,213.73

.:

447,382,725.22

57,284,020.20
3,494,567.49
4,000,169.13
1,767.152.97
468,414.18
13,024,889.76

Expense:
Personnel compensation and benefits
Travel....
.
Transportation of things
Rent, coraraunications, and utihties
Supplies and materials
Other

4.S!S-9 Si3—7 3—

June 30, 1972

89,684,408.61

431,431,327.30

357,798,316.81

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19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 99.—Summary of receipts, withdrawals, and balances of nonpurchased
foreign currencies, acquired hy the U.S.. Government without direct payment of
dollars, fiscal 1972
[In U.S. doUar equivalents]
Balances held by the Department of the Treasury, July 1,1971
Receipts:
Sale of agricultural commodities pursuant to:
Title I, Public Law 480, Agricultural Trade Developraent and
Assistance Act of 1954, as aniended (7 U.S.C. 1704-1705)
Comraodity Credit Corporation Charter Act (16 U.S.C. 713a).
Loans and other assistance:
Title I, PubUc Law 480, loan repayraents, including interest:
Sec. 104(e) loans to private enterprises...
Sec. 104(f) loans to foreign goverimients.
Sec. 812, Foreign Assistance Act of 1981 (22 U.S.C. 2362) loan
i-epa3niients including interest
Lend-lease and surplus property agreements (22 U.S.C. 412b and
60 App. U.S.C. 1641(b)(1), 1946 ed.) 1..
Bilateral agreeraents 6 percent aiid 10 percent counterpart funds
(22 U.S.C. 1852(b))..
Intereston depositary balances.
AU other sources..
Total coUections

1,682,205,872.15

194,162, 585.11
1,031,814.69
32,084,049.06
133,191,093.25
136,724,648.79
1,427, 683. 70 •
1,484,453.98
16,448,875.22
2 28,583,854.71

..'

Total available'...'
Withdrawals:
Sold for doUars, proceeds credited to: 3
Miscellaneous receipts of the general
fiind
Comraodity Credit Corporation, Agriculture.
Other fund accounts

544,1'28,958.61
2,208,334,830.68
.1

Total sold for dollars
Requisitioned for use without reimburseraent to the Treasury
pursuant to:
Sec. 104, Public Law 480, as araended (7 U.S.C. 1704)
Other authority
Total requisitioned without reiraburseraent

118,162,181.37
203,289,917.11
2 30,340,149.10
351, 772,247.58
260,740,273; 07
-16,971,731.60
234,768,641.47

Total withdrawals

588,540,789.05

Adjustment for rate differences

-58,799,940.02

Balances held by Treasury, June 30,1972...

1,580,994,101.69

Balances held by the Departraent of the Treasury, June 30,1972:
Proceeds for credit to raiscellaneous receipts ofthe generalfund.
Proceeds fcr credit to agency accounts:
.
Coraraodity Credit Corporation, Agriculture.
Other
.
For prograra allocations:
Sec. 104,. title I, Public Law 480, as araended
Total balances held by Treasury, June 30,1972.
Balances held by other executive agencies June 30,1972, for pm-pose of:
Program uses under Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act
Trust agreeraents with foreign countries
Loans to private enterprises. Foreign Assistance Act
Araerican schools and hospitals
Economic and technical assistance under Mutual Security Act.
Other

761,447,080.31
628,677,880.87
, -67,170,898.59
350,040,039.20
1,580,994, IOL 69
. .
, 264,310,534.34
' 17,219,811.95
9,888,421.05
3,857,025.32
3,886,375.12
1,690,030.29

Total balances held by other executive agencies
Grandtotal

300,531,198.07
..'...

1,861,525,299.66

1 Collections under lend-lease and surplus property agreements will continue to be raade until such agreeraents ai-e satisfied, although'the act originally authorizing such action has been repealed.
2 Includes special letters of credit activity aniounting to $185,000.00.
3 Dollars acquired from the sale of foreign currencies are derived from 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.
NOTE.—For the purpose of providing a coraraon denominator, the currencies cf 106 foreign countries are
herein stated in U.S. dollar equivalents. It should not be assuraed that dollars in amounts equal to the
balances shown are actually available. The dollar equivalents are calculated at varying rates of exchange.
Foreign currencies deposited under certain provisions of PubUc Law 480 and the Mutual Security Act were
converted at deposit rates provided for in the international agreeraents with.the respective countries. Many
of these currencies are available to agencies without reiraburseraent pursuant to legislative authority and,
when disbursed to the foreign governraents, will generaUy be accepted by thera at the deposit or collection
rates. The dollar equivalents of currencies sold for dollars dm-lng the raonth were calculated at the prevailing
raarket rates used to pay U.S. obUgations. The closing balances were converted at the June 30,1972 market
rates.
For additional data on foreign currency transactions, see part 5 of the "Coinbined Statement of Receipts,
Expenditures and Balances of the United States Governnient for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1972."
The above figures exclude country-owned foreign currencies, generally called "counterpart funds."




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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE 100.—Balances of nonpurchased foreign currencies acquired by the U.S.
Government without direct payment of dollars, June 30, 1972
I n T r e a s u r y accounts
Country

I n agency accounts

Currency
Foreign
currency

Afghanistan
Afghani
Argentina
Peso.
Australia
Dollar
Schilling
Austria
Dollar.
Baharaas
Dollar
Barbados
Belgiura
Franc...
Berrauda
Dollar
Bolivia
. . Peso
BrazU..
Cruzeiro
British H o n d m a s . D o l l a r . .
Burma.
Kyat..
Carabodia
. (see K h r a e r
RepubUc).
Cameroon.
CFA Franc,
Ceylon
(see Sri
Lanka),
Chad
CFA Franc.
Chile
Escudo
China
N . T . Dollar..
Colorabia
. . Peso
—
Congo, R e p u b l i c (see Z a i r e ) . . .
of t h e .
Colon
Costa R i c a
Pound
Cyprus
Czechoslovakia... Koruna
CFA Franc.
Dahomey
Kjoiie
Denraark
Dorainican
Peso
Republic.
.Sucre.
Ecuador
.Pound
Egypt
Colon
E l Salvador
DoUarEthiopia
Dollar
Fiji I s l a n d s . .
Markka
-Finland
Franc
Frarice
Pound..
Gambia..
Gerraany, West... W.D. M a r k . . .
Gerraany, East...: , E . D . Mark
Cedi
Ghana
Drachma
Greece
Quetzal
Guatemala.
Franc
Guinea.....
Dollar
Guyana
Gourde
Haiti.
Lempira.
Honduras.
Dollar.
Hong Kong
Hungary
.- F o r i n t
Krona
Iceland
Rupee
India
Rupiah
Indonesia.Rial.
Iran.
Pound
Ireland.
Pound
Israel
Lira
Italy
CFA Franc...
I v o r y Coast
Dollar..
Jamaica..
Yen
Japan
Dinar
Jordan
Shilling.
Kenya.
Khmer, Republic Cambodian
Riel.
of.
Won.
Korea, S o u t h
Kip
Laos
Pound
Lebanon
Dinar
Libya.Pound..
Malawi
Dollar
Malaysia
Franc
MaU....
Franc
Martinique
Peso
Mexico.
Dirhara
Morocco
Indian Rupee.
Nepal
Rupee
Nepal
Guilder
Netherlands
Florin
Netherlands
Antilles.
S e e f o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




DoUar
equivalent

Foreign
currency

DoUar
equivalent

-18,743,847.00
32,672. 88
2, 554. 77
-198,872.05
- 5 3 8 . 31
-57,988.57
-1,241,33L00
-2,092.38
8,869,186. 42
- 6,592,425.32
- 2 1 5 . 47
57,389,738. 29

-228,583.51
3,317.04
3,049. 02
- 8 , 521. 32
-555.36
- 3 1 , 583.10
- 2 8 , 276.33
-2,288.00
748, 584. 51
-1,134,868.73
-140.83
10, 783,490. 85

18, 743,847. 00
92,154. 60
9, 939. 97
198,872. 05
536.31
57,988. 57
1, 241,331. 00
2,092.38
3,335,063. 53
17,043,392.13
215. 47
15,880,939. 00

228,583. 51
9,355. 79
11,862. 98
8, 521.32
555.36
31, 583.10
28, 276.33
2, 288. 00
280,729. 25
2,933,458. 20
140. 83
2,984,017.11

-4,125,63L00.

-16,502.13

4,125, 531. 00

16, 602.13

- -53,436.00
17,048,527. 28
-50,132,457.67
753,728.34

- 2 1 3 . 74
608,875.97
-1,253,31L44
34,654.18

53,436. 00
28,778. 91
79,230,375. 53
227,814. 86

213. 74
1,027. 82
1,980,759.39
10,474. 25

154,834. 57
1, 222.36

18,087. 04
3,208.30

3,385,883.00
18,184. 89
143,320. 83

13,543. 63
2, 598. 70
143,320.83

9,874.92
130, 560. 02
28,860,907. 74
218,602,093.78
7,472. 88
-2,989.15
94,228. 44
-41,273.96
1,680.10
-2,119.47
25,672. 93
-8,210.04
90,179. 81
-18,014.30
8,810. 00
- 3 , 5 4 6 . 88
237,415. 43
25,095. 78
2, 584. 09 .
2,216, 683. 55
200,243.53
200, 689. 00
1,642,221.15
2, 500.00
- 2 , 500. 00
5,620,944. 83 2,089,685, 043. 00
1, 089. 00
- 5 4 7 . 51
5, 000. 00
-3,077.61
8, 372. 50
-26,322.38
• 146, 538. 67
-1,535.70
46, 071.10
-2,065.38
179, 936. 30
879,274, 730. 57
824,637,128. 22
175,955, 359.13
881, 559. 97
2,407, 796. 00
- 2 7 , 1 3 6 . 93
231.16
- 6 0 3 . 87
10,163, 199.39
1, 557,833. 26
703,820, 997.00
- 2 7 , 4 9 0 . 68
1,209, 377.00
- 4 , 8 3 7 . 50
-1,728.06
3, 707.31
18,186, 693. 44
15,919, 892. 00
-4,221.33
1, 512. 08
-130,977.69
934, 394. 84
1,060,138. 81
507,422, 637. 98

5,140.16
61,945,478.30
2,989.15
41,273. 96
2,119. 47
.6,210. 04
. 18,014.30
3, 548. 88
74,858. 94

-154,834.57
-1,222.38
7,161, 557. 00
-3,385,883.00
- 1 8 , 1 8 4 . 89
338,622.86
250,823.04
121,399,783.30
-7,472.88
- 9 4 , 2 2 8 . 44
-1,680.10
-25,572.93
- 9 0 , 1 7 9 . 61
-6,810.00
79,804. 57
32,042. 69
253,708. 55
.
49,268,834. 50
- 2 , 5 0 0 . 00
1,278,202,854. 00
-1,089.00
155. 22
- 1 4 6 , 536. 67
- 4 8 , 071.10
- 1 7 9 , 936.30
8,267,242, 159. 23
367,610, 510. 63
- 2 , 0 6 9 , 191. 00
231.18
6, 542, 899. 71
- 1 5 , 9 9 9 , 573.00
- 1 , 2 0 9 , 377.00
- 1 , 322.31
5, 538,994, 343.37
- 1 , 512. 08
- 9 3 4 , 394. 84
158,384, 706. 45

-18,067.04
-3,208.30
994,660.89 .
-13,543.53
- 2 , 598. 70
338,822. 86

35,380,757.60

89, 707. 81

-7,820.25
-123.87
-1,410.79
- 9 , 8 2 9 . 74
- 3 , 4 7 3 , 749. 00
-108.50
-38,206.38
62,962, 578. 93
5,200,000. 00
3,400,009. 00
-28,332.80
-1,974.80

- 2 , 551. 47
- 3 8 1 . 23
-1,801.78
- 3 , 529. 53
-6,933.63
-21.67
-2,898,83
13,657,826. 24
884.210. 53
321, 969. 70
- 8 , 8 0 9 . 95
-1,120.77

467,076,962.19
955,184,326. 00
7,820. 25
123.67
1,410. 79
9.829.74
3,473,749. 00
108. 50
62,913.99
2,608,830.33
76,037,411.37
6,133. 87
28,332.80
1,974. 80

1, 749, 552. 91
6, 688. 97
2, 500. 00
9,189, 488. 09
547. 51
1, 000. 00
4, 188. 25
26, 322. 38
1, 535. 70
2, 065. 38
115,694, 043.49
421, 955. 30
31, 577. 65
803. 87
2, 419, 809. 37
1,209, 314. 43
4, 837. 50
4, 844. 89
52, 213.4:9
4, 221. 33
130, 977. 69
3,398, 403. 20
1,184,272. 23
1, 578,817. 07
2, 651. 47
381. 23
1,801. 78
3, 529. 53
6,933. 63
21.67
5,037.15
565,883. 40
10,004,922. 55
580. 86
8,809. 95
1,120. 77

302

19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLE 100.—Balances of nonpurchased foreign currencies acquired by the U.S.
Government without direct payment of doUars, June 30, 1972—-Continued
Country

New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Norway
Pakistan
.Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Somali
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Surinam
...
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Repubhc.
Tanzania
Tanzania
Thailand..
Thailand
Trinidad
Tunisia...
Tm'key
Uganda....
United Arab
RepubUc.
United Kingdora.
UpperVolta
Uruguay
Venezuela
Vietnam, South...
Yugoslavia
Zaire
Zambia.

Currency

DoUar
Cordoba
Pound
Krone
Rupee
Guarani
SoL....
Peso
Zloty
Escudo
CFA F r a n c .
Leone
Shilling
Rand
Peseta
Rupee
Pound
Florin
Ki-ona
Franc
Pound
Shilling
Kenya ShilUng.
Baht
Cambodian
Riel.
T&T DoUar...
Dinar
Lira
ShiUing
(.see Egypt)

In Treasury accounts
Foreign
currency

DoUar
equivalent

-3,321.35
-44,291.30
-28,300.81
-26,510.64
1,086,385,028.60

- 4 , OOL 14
-6,327.33
-86,388.31
-4,050.52
98,762,275.14

-1,976.80
-259, 250. 25

-395.75
7,308,708.72
17,362,648.02
-477,912.65

Pound.
-110,738.85
CFA F r a n c . . .
-1,685,824.00
Peso.
40,574,442.00
Bolivar.
-168,301.00
Piastre...
-20,894,994,313.75
Dinar.
642,246,384.20
Zaire
.
-127,448.87
Kwacha
-74,408.61

Total..

Foreign
currency

DoUar
equivalent

3, 321.35
69, 337.30
28, 300. 81
28, 610. 84
135,051, 114. 51
378, 270,622. 51
2,370, 468. 4.8
1,366, 039.10
31,142, 829. 87
38 032. 00
344,229i 878.00
108.42
844.40
648.84
3,487, 678. 00
1, 612,767.39
631, 762. 94
149.35
831. 00
273.08
347. 87

4, 001.14
9, 905.33
86, 388.31
4, 050. 52
12,277, 374. 05
3, 002,147. 80
64, 644. 27
201, 778. 30
1,410, 454. 25
1,410. 88
1,376, 919. 51
142. 02
413. 87
732. 67
54, 072. 53
255, 190.18
1, 536,887.11
84.76
9, 028. 65
5, 782. 21
3, 208. 57

-278.15
-36,340.10

1,976. 80
269,250. 25

278.15
36,340.10

, -60,085.00

1,685, 485. 44
-858,803.54
394, 257,375. 21
-38,032. 00
119,095,846. 00
-108.42
-2,844.40
-548. 84
-3,187,678. 00
5,275,702.14
1,661,30L87
-149.35
-13,703.72
-22,273.06
20,966,652.33

-1,250,969.74

In agency accounts

3,880,783.08
11,809,545. 27

1,675,349. 81
77,707. 80

38,853. 98
-128,558.87.
350, 702,288. 00
-1,410.88
-476,383.38
-142. U2
-413. 67
-732. 67
-54,072.53
889,963.25
,4,801,450.50
- 8 4 . 76
-2,888.03
-5,782.21
5,040,060. 66

. ;
-215.55
395. 75
15,576,953.81
2,152,153.88
1,240,189.15
9, 487,258. 28
-68,990.84
736,671. 20
A.
.i
-289,059.91
110,738.85
.: -8,742.50
1,685,624.00
. 48,017.09
3,735,318.00
-38,424.89
179,25L00
-49, 749,988.48 25,722, 763,925.96
37, 779,197. 89
44, 228,824. 05
-259,570.01
127,448.87
-104,169.97
74,408.61
11, 580,994, IOL 59

215. 55
.4, 586,858. 23
677,661.30
103,107.82

289,059.91
6,742.50
4,420.49
40,924.89
81,244,652. 20
2,601,695. 53
259,570..01
104,189.97
1300,531,198.07

1 For the purpose of providing a coraraon denorainator, the currencies of the above foreign countries are
herein stated in U.S. dollar equivalents. It should not be assumed that doUars in araounts. equal to .the
balances shown are actually available.




Indebtedness of Foreign Governments
TABLE 101.—Indebtedness of foreign governments to the United States arising from World War I as of June 30, 1972
Curaulative payraents
Original
indebtedness
Armenia
Austria 1
Belgimn
Cuba
Czechoslovakia
Estonia
Finland..
France.
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary 4
Italy
Latvia
Liberia..
Lithuania
Nicaragua^
Poland...
Rumania
Russia
Yugoslavia
Total

.

$11,959,917.49
26,843.148.68
419,837,830.37
10,000,000.00
186,071,023.07
16,466,012.87
8,999,999.97
4,089,689,588.18
4,802,181,841.56
3 34,319,843.87
1,982,555.50
2,042,364,319.28
6,888,644.20
26,000.00
6,432,465. 00
141,950.36
207,344,297.37
88,359,192.46
192,601,297.37
63,577,712.55
12,195,087,259.92

Interest through
J u n e 30, 1972

Total

$31,577, 045.30
$43,636,962. 79
44, 058. 93
26,887,207. 59
360,484, 720.47
780,302,350. 84
2,288. 751. 68
12,288,751. 58
133,997, 522.27
319,088,545. 34
24,732, 430. 01
41,198,442.88
12,212, 615.96
21, 212,615.93
3,911,498, 274.84
8,001,187,882. 82
7,739,631, 958.11
12,541,813,599. 67
623.93
4,532, 680. 26
3 38,852,
,
3,107, 296. 51
5,089, 852. 01
424,529, 220. 22
2,466,893,639. 50
,415.11
10,446, 760. 91
17,336,
,
10, 471. 58
36, 471. 66
.415. 86
9, 689, 950.88
16,122,
168, 675. 84
28, 625.48
315,271, 564.38
522,815,861. 75
60,337, 262.80
128,698,455. 25
524, 240, 003. 81
718,841,301.18
38,609,. 652.92
100,187,385.47
13,805, 248,856. 98

25,800,334,116. 90

1 T h e F e d e r a l R e p u b U c of G e r m a n y has recognized UabiUty for secm-ities faUing d u e
b e t w e e n Mai-ch 12, 1938, a n d M a y 8, 1945.
2 $8,480,090.28 has b e e n m a d e available for educational exchange prograras w i t h
F i n l a n d p u r s u a n t to 22 U . S . C . 2455 (e).
3 I n c l u d e s $13,165,921 refunded b y t h e a g r e e m e n t of M a y 28, 1984. T h e agreeraent w a s
ratified b y Congress N o v e r a b e r 5, 1966.




Principal

Interest

Total
outstanding

$43,536,945.30
28,024,539.59
1.842.87
728,111,077.60
$33,033,1
i,76L68
2, 286,'
,178.09
298,934,453.08
304,:
1,432.07
39,950,010.81
1, 248,'
2 5,322,999. 97
5,615.98
3,877,000.00
212,212, (
1,302.82
7,515,111,971.82
226,039, 588.18
260,038,;
!,656.18
10,518,959,301.93
434,181, 641. 68 , 590,672, 6
1,303.78
9 33,080,977.82
4,445, a
1,326, 242.35
4,532,932.26
482,1,924.26
(
73, 995. 50
1,560.-88
2,386,063,859.34
63,386,,
37,464, 319.28
1,349.07
18,673,868.04
752,;
9, 200. 00
1,471.56
10,'
26, 000. 00
,173.58
14,884,459.28
1,003,:
234, 783.00
i
,
28,1 625. 48
141, 950.38
,
1,000.18
499,969,584.20
21,359, (
6 1,287, 297.37
t
123,905,448.03
7 292,,<375.20
7 4,498,632. 02
1.311.88
708,090,989.30
8 8,750,;
636,1
1,059.14
97,598,593.78
1,952,712. 56
$17.49 .
882,888.00 .
19,157, 830.37
10,000,000. 00
19,829,914.17

762,409,6r2.17 2,000,918,734.56

23,037,005,790.17

Unmatured
principal

$156,780,000.00
67,740,000.00
7,036,000.00
3,677,000.00
1,435,303,803.57
1,908,000,000.00
9 19,638, OOL 32
871,685.00
945,900,000.00
2,974,400.00
2,777,487.00
' 91,984,000.00
25,870,000.00
28,679,000.00
4,697,231,736.89

Principal
a n d interest
due and unpaid
$43,636,945.30
28,024,539.59
571,331,077.80
.
231,194,453.08
32,914,010.81
6,079,808,388.26
8,608,969,301.93
13,442,376.50
3,681,287.25
1,420,183,859.34
13,699,466.04
12,106,992.28
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98,035,448.03
708,090,989.30
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5 T h e i n d e b t e d n e s s of Nicai-agua was canceled pm-suant to t h e agreeraent of A p r . 14,1938.
6 E x c l u d e s claira allowance of $1,813,4'28.69 d a t e d D e c . 15, 1989.
7 Excludes p a y r a e n t of $100,000 on J m i e 14, 1940, as a t o k e n of good f a i t h .
8 P r i n c i p a l l y proceeds frora l i q m d a t i o n of R u s s i a n assets in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s .
9 I n c l u d e s $12,813,601.32 on agreement of May '28, 1964.

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Funded
indebtedness
Agreement as of June 23,
1930, and May 26, 1932:
Mixed claims (Reichsmarks)
Army costs (Reichsmarks)
:...
Total (Reichsmarks)..
U.S. doUar equivalent 3
Agreement of February 27,
1953, mixed claims (U.S.
• doUai's)

Interest through
June 30,1972

Total

Cumulative payraents
Principal

•
Total outstanding

Interest

•

Principaland
interest due
and unpaid

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848,640,000.00

1,048,100,000.00

756,187,051.60

1,804,287,051.50

50,600,000.00

858,406.25

2,680,100,000.00 1,604,827,051.60

4,284,927,05L 50

132,200*000.00

6,468,406.26

81,600,000.00

6,610,000.00

$1,705,774,727. 92 4 $31,539,595. 34 * $2,048,213.85
.

2,393,430,000.00

367,200,000.00

2,026,230,000.00
1,762,830,645.26

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$148,091,760.00 $1,524,095,168. 23

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97,500,000.00

73,500,000.00

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24,000,000.00

24,000,000.00

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3 The unpaid portion of this indebtedness is converted at 40.33 cents to the ReichsReichsniarks and issuance, of 26 doUar bonds totaling $97,500,000. The dollar bonds
mai-ks, which was the exchange rate at the tirae of default. The 1930 agreeraent provided
mature serially over 25 years beginning Apr.-l,-1963. All unmatm-ed-bonds are of-$4- ~ for a conversion formula for payments relating to the time of payment. These figures
milhon denomination.
are estimates raade solely for this statistical report.
2 Includes 4,027,611.96 Reichsmarks (1,629,049.46 on moratorium agreeraent (Array . . 4 payments converted to U.S. dollars at rate apphcable at the tirae of payraent;
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World War I) as of June SO, 1972, by area, country and major program ^
[In millions of dollars]

Area and country

Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

Under
foreign
assistance
(and related) acts

Under Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act
Loans of foreign currencies
To foreign
governments

To private
enterprises

Long-term
doUar
credits

Lend-lease,
smplus
property.
and other
war
accounts 2

Commodity
Credit
Corporation
export
credits

Other
credits

Totals

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Austria
.
Belgium
Cyprus
Denraark
Finland
Fraihce-.'Germany, Federal RepubUc of
Greece-..
Iceland
Ireland.
Italy
Luxerabourg
Malta...
.
Netherlands
^.,
Norway
J. 1...:...
Portugal
Spain
.
Sweden..
Tmkey
:
United Kingdom
.
Yugoslavia
.
Em-opean Atoraic Energy Comraunity
Em-opean Coal and Steel Coramunity
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Maintenance Supply Services Agency)
Western Em'ope-Regional
Total Western Europe
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25.1
1.4
31.5
79.8
27.9
16.7
2.5
37.9
220.5
26.1
31.6
56.0
300.3
8.8
22.1
423.9
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10.7
88.9 .

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0.2
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50.9
6.1

2.6

13.9 .
5.0

2.6 .
223.5
1.8
27.7 .
0.4

(*)
13.8 .--.
18.7
37.8
979.0
254.9
92.8

2.4
185.0

1.2
3.2

1.

0.2
0.2

62.0

95.8

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58.3

41.3

2,834.7
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0.1 .
1,466.6

1,639.2

620.3

16.0

672.7

90.4

2,882.5

46.7
65.6
3.9
21.5
52.0
306.9
29.7
186.9
24.7
104.9
221.8
1.6
0.8
26.1
46.6
76.3
526.3
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World War I ) as of J u n e 30, 1972, by area, country and major program ^—Continued

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Area and country

Under Agricultmal Trade DevelopUnder
m e n t a n d Assistance A c t
foreign
assistance
L o a n s of foreign currencies L o n g - t e r m
(and redollar
lated) acts
T o foreign
T o private
credits
g o v e r n m e n t s enterprises

• Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

other Emope:
Czechoslovakia.
Hungary
Poland
Rumania
U n i o n of Soviet Sociahst R e p u b U c s .

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surplus
Comraodity
property,
Credit
a n d other
Corporation
war
export
accounts 2
credits

Other
credits

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1.4
89.0
42.4
148.8

48.1
42.4

148.6 .

Total Asia.

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See
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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13.9
2.8
79.9
2.4
240.7
95.6
354.8
7.0
112.0
384.7
9.0

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30.1
214.5
3,058.9
190.2
284.5

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573.8

175.7
94.6 .
3.6

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107.6
18.9
0.1 .
2.1

1,627.5

1,987.3
5.2 .
27.6

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30.1
.30.0 .
2.7
29.0

30.1

15.7 .
29.2

11.3
356.6
1.3
12.7
0.3
1,499.6
37.4
49.7
22.4
0.8
49.8
23.2 .
2.0
6,447.:

2.7

0.8

7.9

0.1

26.1
418.2
638.1
46.3
6.7 .
194. 2 .
5.8
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2.1
277.5

1.9
36.4
24.1

16.7
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372.8
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60.7

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221. 3
7.9
11.8
11.0
2.7 .

12.8
1.2
0.6

182.7 .
49.8

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6.3
84.9

80.8
0.1
7.0

2,677. 6

137.0

166.4

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284.2

4.9 .
1.4
4.6

Total Other Europe..
Asia:
Afghanistan
Brunei
Burma...
China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia..
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Japan
Jordan
Khmer Republic.
Korea
Kuwait
Lebanon...
Malaysia
Nepal
Pakistan...
Phihppines
Saudi A r a b i a
Singapore
Sri L a n k a
Syria
Thailand.
Vietnam
Asia—Regional...

3 Total

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13.9
48.6
468.5
2.4
5,812.1
865.1
767.0
13.7
1,060.0
847.2
30.7
2.1
781.5
30.0
18.2
41.7
3.5
2,005. 4
288.6
68.6
0.1
97.7
11.9
83.0
30.2
2.0
13,410.4

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Antigua
Argentina
Baharaas
Bohvia
Brazil
Canada
Chile. .Colorabia
C o s t a Rica
Cuba
D orainican R e p u b l i c .
Ecuador
E l Salvador
Guateraala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Jaraiica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panania
Paraguay
Peru •
Surinam
Trinidad and Tobago.
Uruguay
Venezuela
C e n t r a l A m e r i c a n Bsink for E c o n o m i c I n t e gration
Western H e m i s p h e r e -- R e g i o n a i . .
Western H e m i s p h e r e --Unspecified
T o t a l Western H e m i s p h e r e

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227. 2
12 0
2.9
37.1
499. I

122.8

0.3

1-21.7
1,038.8

23.5
28.9

1.7

21.0
113.7

21.8
8.2

0.1
0.4

45.2
33.4

1.4

0.1

48.3
10.8

(*) 68

0
297.4
58.2
11.8
38 3
20.2
18.0
3.7
11. 3

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Ll
19.8
287. 9
3.9
17.3
7.8
41.7
3.2
11.3
2.2
123.7
1.2

557.6
854.1
80.4
147.9
88.2
62.9
39 7
29.2 . . . .
5.5
42.0
8 9
97.8
78.1
84.5
28.3
117.7
0 9
47.0
127.2 . . - -

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0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1

1.0
1.3

(*)

0.9
0.1

0.5
0.8 - - - .

0.5
0.1

0.1 . . .
0.5
8.2
8.1
12.9

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0.8
0.7

9.0
0.7

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18.2

0.1

(*)

0.3

6.8"--"
1,847.8

109.4

3.8

301.7

9.3

(*)

86.0
922.1
754.4
72.3
38.3
218.3
115.7
58.6
51.'6
29.8
33.3
43.2
29.1
393. 9
82.0
101.8
51.6
204.8
4.0
11.3
67.7
250.9
78.2
8.0
6.8

77.0 - - - 8.0 - - 3, 834. 0

0.8
350.1
12.0
2.9
205.0
1,881.1

33.6

2.4

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World War I) as of June 30, 1972, hy area, country and major program ^—Continued

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Under
ExportImport
Bank Act

Under
foreign
assistance
(and related) acts

Under Agricultmal Trade Development and Assistance Act
Loans of foreign cmrencies
To foreign
govenimenis

To private
enterprises

Long-terra
dollar
credits

Lend-lease,
surplus
property,
and other
war
accounts 2

Commodity
Credit
Corporation
export
credits

Other
credits

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Algeria
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Angola.'
Cameroon
Central African Republic.
Dahomey
Egypt, Arab Republic of..
Ethiopia
Ghana
Giunea
Ivory Coast
Kenya
Liberia
Malagasy Republic
Malawi
Mah
Morocco
Mozambique
Niger
Nigeria
Senegal.
Sierra Leone
Somali RepubUc




10.8 .
6.2 .
5.2
0.1 .
30.2
9.4
31.5
1.9
24.1
10.2

22.3
4.2 .

10.7

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2.3 . - - -

7- 6

20.9
0.8 .
74.5
68.8
108.0
7.1
6.9
9.2 .
54: 2 .
4.2 .
5.6 .
1.6
288.1

336.2
0.5
16.2
12.6
1.3

16.4
3.9
27.9
19.6
3.2
6.8
3.5

0.2
48.1

17.0
33.9

2.4
72.1
2.1
0.5

20.6
5. 2
26.0
0.1
0.8
541.3
72.6
186.0
41.0
35.5
26.2
133. 8
4.2
6.6
1.7
466.7
4.2
2.4
82.8
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13.8

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SwazUand
Tanzania
Togo
Tunisia
Uganda
Zaire
Zambia
East African Common Services Organization
-Africa—Regional

4.5
0.3 .
33.4
0.6
4.3

10.2
8.1

66.1

1.6

69.0 -

6.5

188.1
11.0
66.6

17.3
0.8
33.4
0.6
308.3
11.0
113.3
. 8.1

6.8

6.7

0.7

29.4

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11.3 . -

2.1
. 8.3

2.1
7.6

Total Africa..

1,016.6

493.3

2,184.4

Oceania:
Australia..
...
New Guinea—Papua..
New Zealand

404:9 ,
25.5
45.7

404.9
26.5
45.7

Total Oceania..

478.1

476.1

Worldwide:
United Nations
Worldwide—Unspecified ^
Total all areas

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210.}
5,887.6

70.9

m.2
12,736.3

3,700. 6 •

• 1 Includes estimates for the U.S. dollar equivalent of long-term loans and credits
denominated in other than doUars and/or payable at the option of the debtor in foreign
cm-rencies, goods or services. The total araomit of such estimates approximates $5,686.7
milUon. Long-term loans and credits have original niaturity of more than 1 year.
2 Data under lend-lease, surplus property and other war accomits include $2.5 milUon
for surplus property credits which are not reported in the "Status of accounts, under
lend-lease and surplus property agreements" in table 104. Data exclude indebtedness
shown in table consisting of $21.7 million in net micoUected short-term "cash" receivables, $50.6 milUon deferred interest, and $42.3 milUon of interest in arrears, but
includes $372.8 milUon indebtedness arising from wai- account settlements not refiected
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2,697.3

1,436.4

516.9

2,981.4

30,119.0

3 Data exclude outstanding interest defen-ed by formal agi-eement or in arrears, but
include capitaUzed interest.
4 Amount showii refiects debt reorganization adjustment pursuant to a debt reorganization agreement with Indonesia. Over the entire term of this agreement this
adjustment will be zero.
6 Includes credits held by the Export-Import Bank with the guai-antee of the Department of Defense araounting to $219.8 railhon, of which $210.8 milhon were extended
under the foreign assistance (and related) acts. In addition, $171.2 million of military
credits extended under the foreign assistance (and related) acts are outstanding in
unspecified countries.
*Less than $60,000.

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Credits
Settlement
obligation a n d .
interest biUed
(net)

Collections.
U . S . doUars

Australia
Austria
Belgium
Burma
Canada
China...:
...Czechoslovakia
Denmark
Ethiopia
.
Finland
France
G e r m a n y , Federal R e p u b l i c o f . .
Greece
Greenland
R-angai-y.
Iceland..
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Italy
Japan
Korea
Liberia
Lebanon

.
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$44,061,710.80
10,591,498.95
116,627,909. 50
6,708,049.14
388, 785,007. 77
192,183,409.70
10,838,928. 60
5,240, 272.68
4, 558,958.36
25,189,113. 04
1,273,663, 588.35
3 224,418, 711.99
72,203.796.61
351.28
21,710, 867.78
4,855, 981.42
4 198,174, 371. 24
86,083, 233.78
46,480, 285. 79
64.00
268,135, 731. 04
13, 728, 409.82
44,369, 044.82
19,440, 619.68
1,656, 638.01

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Foreign currency
(in U . S . dollar
equivalent)

$34,535,924.87
3,054, 425.08
41,390,871.21
1,005,394.88
388.786.007.77 .
16,062,109.14
596,730.50
4, 268,936.24
3,899, 523.26
19,729,456.02
947.356.380.78
3,855,085.46
41, 703,906.52
8,361.28 .
.

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.
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""'4,'496," 553'29'
184,777,327.13
44,017,938.81
3,027,287.45
64.00
165,077,649.40

Total .
outstanding

$8, 862,268. 75
6,980,264.88
12,196,412.53
6,560,577.14
1,591,796.64
1,062,981.45
931,000.00
23,620.80
2,271,136.46
51,445,798. 03
218,755,344.92 .
.29,344,892.63

Araounts past
duel

Other credits

$863,517.18 .
566,807.01 .
61,340,822.18
142,077.32 .

1, 818,002.31

98,269,393. 91
12,971,483.00
3,026,745.70

3,541,571.44
758,928.82 .
3,977,678.38

521,818. 61

1,134,819.50 .

287,954.38
904,847.09

2,467,937.27

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$1,699,803.80

$1,699,803.60

8,521,770.94 | -3;68l;l35:?3}
$91,811,812.00 {
1,990,965.94
7,188, 288. 61
6, 212, 295.07
42,337.42 ..
835,814.50 ..
897,806.34
2,470,715.22 .
51, 402,738.29
223,458,671.27 .
1,808,301.61 1,158,763.08 |- "'"Vi:i;766.'62/-

18,512,175.67
369,428.13
8,943,404.63
3,765,000.00
7,820,287.39 .

D u e over a
period of years
by agreement.

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1,380,689.80
8,185,685.10
5 36,395,649. 88
35,603, 710.95

1,104,551.84

74,375,921.98
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973,973.54

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223,458,671.27
1,808,301.81

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38,395, 649.88
35,603,710.95

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1,247,116.29

1,247,116. 29

28,908,151.00
16,972,682.39

28,908,151.00
16,972,882.39

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Luxembourg
120.00
Middle E a s t . . .
50,377,089.88
Netherlands...
.
.
176,795,845.11
N e w Zealand
.--4,935,288.23
Norway..........
21,277,848.08
Pakistan....:
.-...--.-.40,308,978.14
Philippines
.
.
-5,000,000.00
Poland-..-....
.
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51,104,083.91
SaudiArabia
.:....
21,427,119.60
Southern Rhodesia
1,415,510.78
Sweden
........
2,115,455.91
Thailand
7,084,989.28
Turkey
14,474,333.51
Unionof South Africa....:
-.
117,774,297.35
United Kingdom
.
1,155,592,953.23
U.S.S.R
351,747,814.91
Yugoslavia.......
:
894,107.43
American Republic
'........
---.
136,885,117.19
Araerican R e d Cross
:
2,023,386.90
F e d e r a l agencies
243,114,726.52
MUltary w i t h d r a w a l s .
•:
187,629.78
MisceUaneous i t e m s
.
1,472,077.38
U n i t e d N a t i o n s Relief a n d R e h a b i l i t a t i o n A d ministration
7,228,762.25
Total

:

5,491,448,082.36

120.00 .
11,142,266.72
103,219,746.41
2,176,363.59
11,282,135.23
40,308,976.14 .
38,153,254.20
21,427,119.60
1,371,931.69
240,689.98
2,235,738.09
11,082,482.30
116,608,622.69
467,620,858.87
205,158,098.78
63,376.50
114,365,404.88
2,023,386.90
243,092,798.09
649.00
1,136,573.15

39,234,823.16
45,192,686.41
2,114,003.78
8,435,074.95
2,005,855.29
10,385,744.17 .

28,383,41-2.29 .
844,920.86 .
1,580,637.90
2,988,168.91

.
.

5,985.80
4, 565,065. 54

5,985.80 .
4,565,085.54 .
43, 579.09

1,824,653.33
4,178,321.72
2,110,714.28
242,487.98
40,792,979.74

50,112.80
650,931.47
1,281,136.93
923,186.68
154,635,335.62

17,322.10
11,921,129.75

623,085.20
3,154,183.21

.

492,543,779.00
146, 589, 748.13
7,685.73
7,244,399.35

43,579.09

93,191,050.36
494,399.35

3 492,543,779.00
53,398,697.77
7,665.73
» 6,750,000.00

.
21,930.43 :
186,980.78 .
335, 604.23

>
ZP

h-l

o

>

7,226,782.25 .
3,308,012,158.20

ZP

660,025,022.03

334,687,998.79 s i, 176,697,199.99

234, 383,504.67

942,313,695.32

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1 P r i n c i p a l a n d i n t e r e s t considered p a s t d u e as of J u n e 30,1972, a n d iteras subject to
negotiation.
2 C r e d i t . R e p r e s e n t s a m o i m t s coUected u n d e r a d v a n c e p a y m e n t agi-eeraents n o t
appUed to o u t s t a n d i n g i n d e b t e d n e s s .
3 R e d u c e d d u e t o s e t t l e m e n t of a t h i r d p a r t y c l a i m .
4 A g r e e m e n t pro-vides for r e p a y m e n t of 37,099,999.99 r u p e e s .
6 A g r e e m e n t d a t e d M a r c h 18, 1971, p r o v i d e s for p a y m e n t of p r i n c i p a l a n d i n t e r e s t
seraiannually on J u n e 11 a n d D e c e m b e r 11 of each year b e g i n n i n g J u n e 11, 1971, a n d
J u n e 11,1986, respectively.




6 I n c l u d e s $84,881,702.21 p r i n c i p a l a n d i n t e r e s t p o s t p o n e d p u r s u a n t to a g r e e m e n t .
7 R e p r e s e n t s a m o m i t w h i c h is p o s t p o n e d b y agreenient p e n d i n g s e t t l e m e n t of certain
clairas.
8 I n c l u d e s $297,494,921.58 d u e u n d e r s u r p l u s p r o p e r t y agreeraents, $751,057,229.05
d u e u n d e r lend-lease s e t t l e r a e n t s , a n d $128,146,049.38 d u e u n d e r o t h e r lend-lease
agi-eements.

1^
H-l

X

N O T E . — N o s e t t l e m e n t a g r e e m e n t for lend-lease h a s been reached w i t h C h i n a , Greece,
or t h e U . S . S . R .

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•

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Corporations and Other Business-Type Activities of the Federal Government

^

TABLE 105.—Comparative statement of securities of Government corporations and other business-type activities held hy the Treasury, June SO,
•
• - 1962-72
•
•

H
Ul

.,

__

,

.

.
V

. Agency

[Face amount, in milUons of doUars. On basis of daUy Treasury statements, see "Bases of Tables")
1
^
:
:

.

.

^—.

'

1962

'

-

'

.

'

1964
:

•

•

Agency for Intemational Development
1,082
Commodity Credit Corporation
12,990
Export-Import Bank of the Unitea States
1,830
Federal Housing Administration;
General hisurance fund
....:
Special risk insufance fund
.-•
"--..'
Federal National Mortgage Association, secondary market operations
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liauidating functions
o.....„..
1,323
Special assistance functions
1,843
Rural Electrification Admhiistration'
3,484
Secretaryof Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:'
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
121
T > i i v n 1 V t n n o i n f * < ^ i « . a / t f loan account
OQO
Rural housing direct 1 / \ a n o ^ / i n i i n f
232
Dhrect loan account
'.-..
698
Rural housing insurance fund
Agricultmal credit insurance fund
:.
23
Secretary of Commerce, Maritime Administration: Federal ship
mortgage Insiu*ance fund
.-




^
1963

•

. — - . • . . . . .

O
pi

1985
:

1966
-

•

807
13,604
1,476

1987

-

'^

735
13,990
830

'

•

1989

1970

•

1971

1972

:
'

1,172
1,544
3,657
123
QOI
391
698

.

>

"

p

889
11,768
178

682
10,097

838
11,989
382

644
12,115
720

612
12,262
1,588

451
11,977
-783

416
11,501
1,743

25

10

10

10

137
86-

383
282

988
906
4,770
129
ACQ
663
598
24
169

•

57

881
1,018
4,076
124
KK1
651
698

766
899
4,234
125
AAO
663
698

775
5.54
4,518
125
A«Q
683
598

38

993
1.395
3,828
123
.IQO
492
698
'.
81

86

175

153

6

10

5

7

2

H

^

10
4

712
13,111
513

1988

-

950
1,028
1,399
6,045
133
KEft
556.
698
65
364

1,002
2,130
6,328
133

2,602
950
5,748
2,602
130
5,748 .

681
3,100
681
6,051
3,100

130

127
6,051
127

698
656
237

698
566
462

i

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O
^
,
H
^
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g
2
^
^
g
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263

y<

Secretary of Housmg and Urban Development:
CoUege housing loans
Low rent public housing fund 1
National flood insmance fund
Public facUity loans
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, Federal ship mortgage
insurance fund, fishing vessels
Bureau of Mines, heUmn fund
Smithsonian Institution:
John P . Kennedy Center parking facUities
Secretary of the Treasury (Federal CivU Defense Act ol 1950)
Temiessee Valley Authority
U.S. Information Agency
Veterans Administration (veterans'dhrect loan program)
Virgin Islands Corporation
Defense Production Act of 1960, as amended:
Export-ImportBankof Washington
General Services Admmistration
Secretary of Agriculture
Secretary of the Interior, Defense Minerals Exploration
Admmistration
Secretary of the Treasmy
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund. Armory Board,
D.C
Total

1,227
32

1,632
25

1,746

80
260

113
360

161
410

196
675

2

22

(*)
20
1,530
I

:
(*)
60
21
1,730
l

1,983

(*)

86
21
1,730
l

2,306

95
22
1,730

64

l

41

100
22
1,730

94

110

140

207

281

20

20

l
-.

100
22
1,730
1

100
22
1,730

100
22
1,730

100
22
1,730

20
100
22
1,730

1,737
79

1,737
81

1,912
81

1,872
94

1,878
94

1,878
94

35

36

39

39

1,912
79

31
91

32
21

32

33

33

1

1

1

28,634

29,172

29,256

28,354

28,964

24,611

*Less than $500,000.

3
330
800

100
22
1,730

(*)

(*)

(*)

27,040

28,164

30,660

^




2,781

15

(*)

1,945
78

1 This fund is now borrowing through the Office of the Secretary pm'suant to an act
approved Aug. 1, 1968 (42 U.S.C. 1403).

2,450
40
1
310
800

220
400

1,921
66

1

1,400

170
400

1,804
66

1

950
5

(*)
260
600

1,790
65

(*)

1,366

203
400

254
675

(*)

l

2,066

39
--

39
-

02
H
>
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g^
H
w
P
p_J
^

1

1

31,944

33,939

^

.—

^
^
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CO

314

1972 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

T A B L E 106.—Capital stock of Government agencies held by the Treasury or other
Government agencies J u n e SO, 1971 and 1972, and changes during 1972
Class and issuing
agent

Capital stock of
Government
corporations:
Held by the
Adrainistrator
of the Rural
Electrification
Adniinistration,
Rural Telephone Bank.
Held by the Secretary of the
Treasm-y:
Export-Import
Bank of the
United States.
Federal Crop
Insurance
Corporation.
Overseas
Private Investment
Corporation.
Held by the Secretary of Agriculture, Commodity Credit
Corporation.

Date of
authorizing
act

Amount owned
June 30, 1971

May 7, 1971...

Advances

Repayments
. and other
reductions

$30,000,000.00

Araount owned
June 30, 1972

$30,000,000. 00

June 16,1933,
as aniended.

$1,000,000,000.00 . . . .

Feb. 18, 1938,
as amended.

50,000, 000. 00

10,000,000. 00

60,000, 000. 00

Dec.30,1989.

20,000,000.00

20,000,000.00

40,000,000.00

June 18,1933,
as amended

100,000,000.00

Totalcapital .
stock.




1,170,000, 000. 00

1,000,000,000.00

[

80,000,000. 00

100,000,000.00

1, 230, 000, 000. 00

315

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

TABLE. 107.—Borrowing authority and outstanding issues of-Government corporations and other business-type activities whose securities are issued to the Secretary
of the Treasury, June SO, 1972
.

.

[Inmillionsof dollars. Onbasisof daUy Treasury statements]
Corporation or activity ^

Agency for International Development:
Mutual defense program—economic assistance
India einergency food a i d . . .
Commodity Credit Corporation
Export-Import Bank of the United States
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal home loan banks
Federal Housing Administration: 2
General insurance fund
...J
:
Special risk insurancef und..-^.
..,
Federal National Mortgage Association:
Secondary market operations fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund
Special assistance functions fund
Panama Canal Corapany
Rural Electrification Administration
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Direct loan account
Rural housing insurance fund
Agricultural credit insurance fund
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
CoUege housing loans
Low rent public housing fund
National flood Insurance fund
National insurance developnient fund
Public facility loans
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund
National Credit Union Administration:
National credit union share insurance fund
Securities and Exchange Commission:
Securities Investor Protection Corporation fund
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Information Agency, informational media
guaranties
United States Postal Service:
Postal service fund
Veterans Administration (veterans direct loan program)
Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended:
General Services Administration
Secretary of Agriculture
Secretary of the Interior, Defense Minerals Exploration
Administration
Unallocated
District of Columbia Commissioners, stadium sinking fund.
Armory Board, District of Columbia
Total

Borrowing
authority

.

Outstanding
Unused
securities, .borrowing,
held by
authority
Treasury

397
19
14, 600
6,000
3,000...
4,000 ...

383
282

397 ...
19 ...
11,601
1,743

.

383 ...
282 ...

2,250 ...

8 2,260
750

750
681

681....
3,100

7,781

10
7,232

"'."6,'65i".

133

127

598
*795 .
89x6
3,7.75
1,500 .

250

2,999
4 267
3,000
4,000

. .

4 681

10
1,182
6

598 ..
556
452

239
464

2,781

994

3

1,500
247

250
270
200

250 ..

600
1,000

255

330"
800

4

261

100

100 ...
1,000 -.

20
6150

28
9,750 ...
1,730
1,932
120

()
*

48
81

72,236

1,000
20 ...
100

60
6

" 22
.

9,760
"""i,'730"...
1,878
94

65
26
9

39

()
*
1 ...

33,939

38,298

1 Excludes authorizations to borrow from the public; also excludes authorizations to expend from public
debt receipts for subscriptions to capital stock of the following agencies: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, $6,360 million; International Monetary Fund, $2,326 million; International Finance
Corporation, $36 mUlion; and a Government corporation, $999 miUion. In addition, the authorized credit to
the United Kingdom, of which $2,835 mUlion is outstandmg, has been excluded.
2 Funds may be borrowed as needed pursuant to an act approved Aug. 10,1966 (12 U.S.C. 1736d).
3 Represents unused portion of authorization to expend from public debt receipts avaUable for loans to the
secondary raarket operations fund without further action by Congress.
* Represents amount due Treasury and net amount obligated less unexpended fund balance. Funds
may be borrowed as needed, but, except as may 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)).
6 Represents amount due Treasury and net amount obligated less unexpended fund balance. Authority to
borrow from the Treasury is indefinite in amount. Funds may be borrowed as needed to carry out provisions
of an act approved Aug. 8,1961 (7 U.S.C. 1929(c)).
6 Represents amount of interim securities outstandihg which may be issued to the Secretary of the Treasury under specified conditions as provided by an act approved Aug. 6,1969 (16 U.S.C. 831n-4(c)).
' Has been reduced by $250 miUion representing authority used to borrow from the public.
8 Funds may be borrowed from the Secretary of'th'e Treasury under certain conditions as provided by an
act approved July 28,1958 (2 D.C. Code 1727).
*Less than $500,000.
4Si8-9&3—73- - 2 1




316

19 72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

TABLIEI ios.--Description of securities of, Government corporations and other
business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1972
[On basis of daUy Treasm-y statements, see "Bases of Tables"]
• Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

D a t e payable i

R a t e of
interest

Principal
amount

Percent
Agency for International Development:
Act of Apr. 3, 1948, as araended:
Notes of Administrator ( E C A ) . . . Variousdates.... J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 8 4 . . . .
Actof June 15,1951:
.Dec.31,1986.-..
. , . . . Notes of Director (MSA)
Feb. 6,19,62

•lYs
2

Total

.

.

. None 2

m
4^
m
4^
4J-8
bH
bH

5^
4.66
2ys
3
3^
4%
4j^8

Jan. 25,1981..-Variousdates-..
O c t . 7, 1985
J a n . 18, 1 9 8 6 . . . - .
F e b . 26,1986...-.
D e c . 6, 1986
Feb. 28,1987....

4>^
6

TH

QH
63^
., 634
bYs

SubtotaL........

10,000,000. 00
149,000,000.00
8,000,000.00
. 20, 000,000. 00
40,000,000. 00
66,000,000.00
100,000,000. 00
383,000,000. 00

Subtotal
Special risk insurance fund:
. Various d a t e s . . . .. Various d a t e s . . .
Advances
. N o v . 25, 1970..... N o v . 2.5, 1 9 8 5 . . . .
Advance
. F e b . 26, 1 9 7 1 . . . .. F e b . 2 6 , 1 9 8 6 . . . .
Do.
. J u l y 29, 1971...... J u l y 29, 1988
Do
. D e c . 6, 1971
. D e c . 6,. 1988
Do.
:.
Do.
: . . . . .. . F e b . 29, 1 9 7 2 . . . .i i F e b . 2 8 , 1 9 8 7 . . . .
—-•

786,714. 28
l,202,-200,000.00
7,333,312. 00
26,093, 722. 47
21,381,334.89
444,037,829. 67
41,699,139. 48
1 743 431 05'> 69

-

Federal Housing Administration, act of.
Aug. 10, 1966, as aniended:
General insurance fund:
. J a n . 25, 1966......
Advance
. V a i i o u s d a t e s . . ..i
Advances
. Oct. 7,1970
.
Advance
. J a n . 18, 1971
1
. Do..
. Feb.. 26, 1 9 7 1 . - . ..
Do
:
. D e c . 6, 1971
.
Do
. F e b . 2 9 , 1 9 7 2 . . . ..
Do

4,067,952,006.00
68,000,000.00
117,000,000.00
121,000,000. 00
1,370,000,000; 00
106,000,000. 00
668^000,000.00
4,994,067,570. 64
11,601 009 576: 54

.

Export-Import Bankof the United States,
act of July 31,1945, as amended:
Mar. 1 7 , 1 9 8 9 . . . .. Sept. 17,1972...Note, Series 1972
J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 2 . . . .. J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 3 . . . .
Note, Series 1973
. F e b . 1 8 , 1 9 7 1 . . . .. D e c . 3 1 , 1975
Note, Series 1976
do
. June30, 1976....
Note, Series 1976
,
do
do
,
1)0.
:....
do
. J u n e 30,1978
Note, Series 1978
, J u n e l , 19.71
do-..
i3o
'.
Total

19,029,401.69
416,362,707.38

Commodity Credit Cnrporation, act of
Mar. 8,1938, as amended:
. O c t . 1,1972
. . Advance..i.-. Oct. 1,1971
do
. . Adyances
. Vaiious d a t e s . .
do...
Do
do
do....
Do
do
do
Do
do
-.
——do...
Do
do
..Do
do.
i— — d o
.
do
Do
do
:
" Total

$397,333,306.89

8
7
QH
QH
bH
5K

142,000, 000. CO
25,000,000. 00
16,000,000. 00
14,000, 000. 00
38,000,000,00
48,000,000. 00
282,000,000. 00

Total Federal Housing Admin665,000,000. 00

See.footnotes at end.of table.




STATISTICAL

317

APPENDIX

TABLE 108.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other
business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 30, 1972—•Gontinued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Governnient National Mortgage Association, act of Aiig. 2, 1954, as araended:
Manageraent and Uquidating functions:
Advances
Variousdates... J u l y l , 1972
Do
do
Variousdates.
Do
do
July 1, 1972....
Do...
do
July 1, 1973....
Do
do
Variousdates.
Do
.do
do
Do
do
July 1, 1976..
Do. .do
Various dates. _.
Do..
..do..
.doDo-.
..do
July 1, 1975
Do..
..do
do....
Do..
..do
do
Do..
..do
do
Do..
-do
do
Do..
..do
do
Do..
..do
J u l y l , 1978
Do..
-do
do
Do...
.do
do

Rate of
interest
Percent

bH
bH
bH
bYz
bH
bH
6
QYz
QY2
TH
TH
TY2
TH
TYs
bH
QH
QH

Subtotal..
Special assistance functions:
Advances
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.

Principal
amoimt

$46, 960,000.00
84, 610,000.00
30, 280,000. 00
64, 430,000.00
67, 670, OCO. 00
22, 280,000. 00
16, 050,000. 00
50, 640,000.00
27, 840,000. 00
290,000. 00
810, 000. 00
090,000. 00
680,000. 00
5, 620,000. 00
67, 960,000. 00
38, 390,000.00
145, 690,000. 00
16, 180,000. 00
881,380,000.00

Various dates.
.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.

Various d a t e s . . .
J u l y l , 1972.
Variousdates.
..do
do...
do
J u l y l , 1973...
Various dates.
.do..
J u l y l , 1973...
Various dates.
July 1, 1974...
...do
Various dates.
J u l y l , 1974...
Variousdates.
J u l y l , 1974...
J u l y l , 1975...
.do.
do
do
do
do
July 1, 1U76.
....Ido
do

43^
5K8
bH
6^
b'H
bH
8
QH
QH
QYs
7
TH
TH
7H
TH
bH
bYs
Qy2
TH
TH
•TH

QH

4,250,000.00
00,720.000.00
72,080,000. 00
182,740,000. 00
240,290,000.00
534,940,000. 00
72,070,000.00
212,970,000.00
224,130,000.00
75,160,000.00
296, 510,
000. 00
92, 790,
000.00
123,830,000.00
80,890,000.00
156,830,000. 00
137,620,000. 00
44,560,000.00
25,900,000. 00
169,730,000.00
61,870,000.00
29,420,000. 00
48,260,000. 00
42,900,000.00
2,660,000.00
10,240,000.00
57,650,000.00

Subtotal

3,100,010,000. 00

Totfl Govermnent National Mortgage
Association

3,781,390,000.00

See footnotes a t end of table.




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TABLE 108.—Description of securities of Government corporations and other
business-type activities held by the Treasury, June 50, 1972—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date of issue

Date payable i

Rm-al Electriflcation Adrainistration, act
of May 20, 1936, as aniended:
Notes oif Adrainistrator
Various dates. . Various d a t e s . . .
St. Lawrence Seaway Developraent Corporation, act of May 13, 1954, as
araended:
Revenue bonds
Various dates..

Various d a t e s . . .

.Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Horae
Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund, act of
July 15,1949, as amended:
Note
June 15,1981.. . June 30, 1093..
Notes
Various dates., . Various dates.
do
Do
do
do
Do
-do
do
Do
do
Subtotal..
Direct loan account, acts of July 8,
1959; June 29, 1980; and June 30,
1961:
Note
June 30,1969
June 30,1974..
Do
June 30,1970...- June 30,1975..
Do
June30,1971.... June30,1976..

Rate of
interest
Percent
2

$6,050,637,016.54

None 3

126,778,060. 53

ZH
ZH
4
4H
4>4

6H

Agricultmal credit insurance fund, act
of Aug. 14,1946, as amended:
Advances
Various dates.
Do
do
Do
do
Do
do..
Do
—do

June 30,1973..
June 30, 1975..
do
Various dates.
June 30,1975..
do.
do
do
A d v a n c X V . I ! ! - " I I l - - I - I I I I I l I i r J u i y i r i 9 7 T . " I , June 30,1978..
do
Do
Sept. 20,1971..

bH
bH
bH
6
QH

Jan. 1,1973.

National flood insmance fund, act of
Aug. 1,1988:
Advance.....
May 17,1971
July 1,1972....
Advances
Various d a t e s . . . Variousdates..
Advance
Nov. 13,1970.... July 1,1972....
Do
May 24,1972
July 1,1973....

57,370,000.00
21,010,000.00
18, 630,000. 00
140,825,000.00
18,500,000.00
19,931,000. 00
117,470,000.00
43,170,000. 00
5,000,000.00
10,000,000. 00

2H 2,781,000,000.00

4H
5H
QH
bH

Subtotal.,

112,518.58
2,206,973.84
18,60L74
495,021.73
2,832,116.67

May 1,1967.... June 1,1978.,
Apr. 11,1988... July 1,1982..
May 22, 1969..., . July 1,1983..
Mar. 6,1970.... July 1,1984..
Feb. 1,1971.... July 1,1985..

3Mo
4

170,500,000. 00
60,000,000.00
40,000,000. 00
40,000,000.00
30,000,000.00
330,500,000. 00

Subtotal..
Urban renewal fund, act of July 16,
1949, as araended:
Note, Series U R A . . . . .
July 1,1969..




4,963,355.49
268,996,251.85
326,000,000.00

1,606,683,579.88

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
CoUege housing loans, act of Apr. 20,
1950, as amended:
Note, Series CH
Jan. 1,1972..

See footnotes a t end of table.

655,717,972.64

451,906,000.00

Subtotal
Total Secretary of Agricultme..

Total Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development

15,000,000.00
120,717,972.54
220,000,000. 00
135,000,000.00
85,000,000.00

597,959, 607. 34

Subtotal.

Public faciUty loans, act of Aug. 11,
1955:
Note, Series P F
Do
Do
Do
Do

Principal
amount

On demand.

bH

800,000,000.00
3,914,332,116.67

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TABLE 108.—Description of securities of Government corporations. and other
business-type adivities held hy the Treasury, June 30, 1972—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Date oMssue

Date payable i

Secretary of the Interior:
. Bmeau of Mines:.
HeUum fund, act of Sept. 13,1960:
Notes
Various dates. . . Sept. 13,1986....
Do
......do
do...
Note
. Dec. 28,1985..
do
Notes...
. Various dates.
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
do
Do.......
do
do
Do
do
..do
Doi
do
do
Note
. Apr. 10,1970..
do

Principal
amount

Rate of
interest
Percent

m
4.H
4H

•^H-

4^

43^.

43^
5

by
bH
BH
bH
bH
QH
QH
QH
QH

. $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
4,200,000.00
10,400,000.00
13,100,000.00
8,700,000.00
4,800,000.00
58,830,000.00
69,500,000.00
11,400,000.00
500,000.00

Total

250,630,000.00

Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy (Center parking
facilities, act of Jan. 23,1964:
Revenue bonds..
. Various dates. . . Dec.31, 2017....
Do
do
do
Do..-.
do
do
Do
do
. . Dec. 31, 2018....
Do
do
.......do
Revenue bond..
. June 12,1969..
do
Revenue bonds..
. Various dates.
do
Do....
do
..
do
Do
do
. . Various dates.-.

5H
bH
5H

bH • '

5K8
8
QH
QH
QVs

Total

3,800,000.00
2,900,000.00
1,200,000.00
2,200,000.00
4,300,000.00
1,000,000.00
1,300,000.00
1,900,000.00
1,800,000.00

• 20,400,000 00

TennesseeValley Authori ty, act of Aug.6,
1959:

Advances

U.S. Information Agency
Informational media guaranties fund.
act of Apr. 3,1948, as amended:
Note of Administrator (E CA)
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Notes of Administrator ( E C A ) . . .
Do
Notes of Administrator ( E C A ) . . .
Do
Total
Footnotes at end of table.




Various dates. - Various dates...

Oct. 27,1948... .. June 30,1986
do
do
do
do......
Jan. 24, 1949... do
do
do
do
do
do
.do
do
do
do
......do
do
......do
do
do—
do
.......dodo
do
Various dates.. - Various dates...
:dO--....:
do
A u g . 12, 1959.. - June 30, 1989
do
do

4K

m •
2

2H
2H
•

2%

2H
2Y8
3
• ZH
ZH
ZH
ZH
ZH
ZH

4 •

4H
^H

100,000,000.00

1,410,000.00
1,305,000.00
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
3,451,000. 00
1,234,332.87
983,300.00
57,859.33
22,114,000.00

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TABLE

108.—Description

of

securities

of

Government

corporations

and

other

business-type activities held hy the Treasury, J u n e 30, 1972—Continued
Title and authorizing act

Principal
amount

Rate of
interest

Date of issue i D a t e p a y a b l e

Veterans Adniinistration (veterans' direct
loan progiara), act of Apr. 20, 1960, as
amended:
Agreeraents
. . . . . Various dates. . I n d e f i n i t e .
Do
do
do
Do
do
.....:.do..:....:..
Do
do
.......do......... .
Agreement
Apr. 7,1968... ........do
Do
Mar.29, 1967.. . .
do—......
Do: . Dec.31,1966.. . . . . . . : d o . . . . . . : . . .
Do
June 28, 1957.. . . - : - : d o
:. :
Do..
Oct. 6, 1958... .'..-:-do:.
Agreements..:
Various dates. :
do
...:
Do
..-:::...
.....do
::
do
......-do
-•
Do
.....do...:
Do...
do
.......do
:
Do.
.:...do
-.
do:..
Do.
...:.....
do
-...:-.do
Feb. 5,1960... . . . . . . . d o . . . . . . .
Agreement
Agreeraents
Various dates.. . , — . d o . . . . ; . : . . :-.

Percent

$88,342,741.00
63,032,393.00
102,845,334.00
118,763,888.00
49,571,200.00
49,768,442.00
49,736,333.00
49,838,707.00
48,856,090.00
99,889.310.00
392,344,565.00
110,000,000.00
20,703,541.07
109,387,321.00
99,909,137.93
20,000,000.00
287,090,023.00

2y2

2H
3

ZH
ZH
• ZH
' ZH
ZH
ZH
ZH
4

4H
43^

m

^H
5H

Total
Defense Production Act of 1960, as
amended:
General Services Adrainistration:
Note of Adrainistrator, Series D .
Notes of Administrator, Series D . .
Do
Do....
Note of Administrator, Series D . . ,
Notes of Administrator, Series D . .
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
Note of Administrator, Series D . .
Do...
Notesof Administrator, Series D . .
Do..--

1,730,077,996.00

Sept. 4, 1987... . .
Various dates. .
do
:.
do........
Mar. 6, 1968... ..
Various dates. ..

Sept. 4,1972...
Various dates.
do
:
do
:. .
Mar. 8, 1973....
Various daites..
do
-

do
do...
.......do
do
do
do
.......do
do
...
do
N o v . 1,1989... . . N o v . 1,1974...
M a y 12,1970... . . M a y 12,1976.... Various d a t e s . . . Various d a t e s . .
Juiie30,1970... . . J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 7 5 . . .

Subtotal
Secretary of Agriculture:
Note
Do.Do
Do

Total Defense Production Act
of 1960, as amended

J u l y 1,1987.... . . J u l y
J u l y l , 1968... .. July
J u l y 1,1989.... . . J u l y
J u l y l , 1970... . - J u l y

1,1972....
1,1973..-.
1,1974.-..
1,1975-...

QH
Q%
Y
QYi
7

TY,
• Ty2
TH
8

l,'877,66o,000.00
15,089,567.31
3,017,365.93
74,711,646.17
1,243,654.35

43/8

5^
QH

. TYs

94,062,123.76

=
5

m.
'

District of Columbia Commissioners:
Stadium sinking fund. Armory Board,
D.C., act of July 28,1958, as amended:
Notes
,... Various dates... When funds are
avaUable.
Total securities ^..

6
m

6H

"

Subtotal
:.
Secretary of the Interior, Defense
Minerals Exploration Adrainistration:
J u l y 1 , 1 9 6 7 . . . . . . J u l y l , 1977
Note
J u l y 1 , 1 9 6 8 . . . . . . J u l y 1,1978
Do...
Subtotal

50,000,000.00
87,000,000.00
230,000,000.00
254,000,000.00
87,000,000.00
100,000.000.00
105,000,000.00
270,000,000.00
168,000,000.00
320,000,000.00
29,000,000.00
46.000,000.00
30,000,000.00
59,500,000.00
52,000,000.00

bH
bH
bH
- bH

9,400,000.00
29,400,000.00
38,800,000.00
2,010,382,123.76

4^

731,600.00
33,938,737,817.99

1 Securities raay be redeeraed at any tirae.
2 An act approved Nov. 2,1985 (16 U.S.C. 713a-lla) provided that after June 30,1984, the portion of borrowings from the Treasury equal to the unretmbm-sed realized losses recorded on the books ofthe corporation
after June 30 of the fiscal year in which such losses are realized, shall not bear interest and interest shall not be
accrued or paid thereon.
3 in accordance with an act approved Oct. 21,1970 (33 U.S.C. 986 (b)), the securities issuedby this corporation to the Treasury shall bear no interest, and the unpaid interest that has accrued is terminated.
4 These securities were issued to the Treasury m exchange for advances by the Treasm-y from public debt
receipts under congressional authorization for specified Government corporations and business-type activities to borrow from the Treasury.




321

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

T A B L E 109.—Summary statements of financial condition of Government corporations,
other business-type activities, and regular governmental activities,, J u n e SO, 1972
[In thousands of dolla-rs. On basis of reports received from activities]
Revolving
funds and
business-type
generaland
special funds

Account

Regular
governraental
activities i

ASSETS

Cash in banks, on hand, and in transit
373,268 '
1,706,222
Fund balances with the U.S. Treasury 2
-..
18,250,995
, 36,489,598
Investraents:
Public debt securities (par value)
12,882,927
98,879,462
Securities of Goverrmient enterprises...
:..
•
759,787.
1,348,300
Securities of Government-sponsored enterprises
:.....
26,385
Other securities...
:..:....' 4,009,000
.10,908
Unaraortized premium, or discount.
^80,214
;—45,437
Advances to contractors and agents:
..
Government agencies
260,128 . . .
648,016
Other
:
434,229
.1,285,673
Accounts and notes receivable:
Government agencies..
2,537,865
1,488,463
Other (net)
.-798,916
5,721,388
Inventories.17,488,280
1,382,137
Allowance for losses
1
-154,331
-16,871
Accrued interest receivable:
On public debt securities
.:
207,537
89,977
On securities of Government enterprises.
.
945,258
6,949
Other
1,091,678
50,477
Loans receivable:
. .
Government agencies
:
:
:........:-..
_..:.....:..
50,000
Other:
.
.
U.S. dollar loans
,
..45,581,185
3,482,412
Foreign currency loans
5,288,946
....:^
Allowance for losses
,
.:..-574,142
-44,189
Acquired secm-ity or collateral:
Realestate
.
.
.....
1,352,593
Other
873,170
Allowance for losses
—698,958 .
43,206,718
Land, structures, and equipment
.-...
20,335,832
r-5,-699,418
Accuraulated depreciation
^
—5,139,008
1,778,628
Foreign currencies
82,900
10,895,193
Other assets (net)
8,423,531
Totalassets

,

3 135,289,356

202,540,990

826,868
3,003,714

200,614
2,900,373

1,190,359
1,098,195

47,981
8,895,901

659,823
31,617

1,748,527
4,687,817

805,650
298,943

184,710
4,265,874

LIABILITIES

"Accomits payable:
Govemment agencies..
Other..
Accrued liabilities:
Government agencies.
Other..
Advances from:
Governraent agencies..
Other..
Trust and deposit liabilities:
Government agencies
Other..
Bonds, debentures, and notes payable:
Government agencies
Participation certificates
Principal payraents for rederaption of participation certificates..
Other
Otherliabilities (includingreserves)
Total liabUities.
Footnotes at end of table.




81,923
4,920,000
—445,838
2,506,613
9,746,219

24,704,265

-

2,549
101,276,745

124,011,070

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T A B L E 109.^—Summary statements of financial condition of_Gov ernment corporations
other business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, J u n e 30, 1972—

Continued

.
[In thousands of dollars]
Revolving
funds and
business-type
general and
specialfunds

Account

Regular
governmental
activities i

N E T INVESTMENT

U.S. interest:
Interest-bearing investment:

Capitalstock..:......

'

:

:.:.:

Borrowings from the U.S. Treasm-y
Other
.:...Non-interest-bearing investment.
Capitalstock.:
.--....
..--.
Appropriations.--!--.
• Capitalization of assets (net).:
Other
. Accuraulated net income, or deficitD eposits of general and special fund revenues:

. "

'

100,000 .
• 27,483,729
2,875,947.

.-.-^
.-

Total U.S. interestTrust and private interest:
Principal of f u n d . . . :
Accumulated net incorae, or deficit

"

...:

---:.:-.
-..:
-

20,400

130,000 .
" 65,987,303
4,371.000.
33,848,284
—22, .534,883
— 6,628,922

118,064,135
. 8, 238,-278
12,308, 984
-53,865,998
. -4,840,813

105,414,478
:

:

79, 924, 986

-3,569
5,174,182

66,740, 210
-68,135, 277

Total trust and private interest

5,170,813

-1,395,086

Total liabilities and investment

135,289,356

202,540,990

1 Consists of activities reporting on an armual basis which aire principally of a nonbusiness type..
2 Consist mainly of unexpended balances of general, special, and revolving fund accomits against which
checks may be drawn to pay proper charges under these funds. The funds are considered assets of the agencies, but not of the U.S. Government since funds must be provided out of cash balances of the Treasurer
of the United States and future receipts to take care of checks to be issued against the balances. Undeposited
collections and unconfirmed deposits are included in cash in banks, on hand, and in transit in these statements.
3 Includes foreign currency assets, representing loans and other receivables recoverable in foreign currencies in U.S. depositaries, aggregating $5,433 miUion in dollar equivalent. These currencies, acquired .without
dollar payments, were generated under various Government progi-aras, principaUy the Agricultmal Trade
Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as araended, and the Mutual Security Acts, as amended; DoUar
equivalents are coraputed for reporting purposes to provide a conimon denominator for the currencies of
the many countries involved. Foreign cmrencies on hand ahd on deposit and loans under section 104(e)
ofthe Agricultmal Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, as araended, are stated at the rates as of
June 30, 1972, at which the United States could purchase currencies on the market for regular operating
purposes. Other loans are stated at the rates at which they are to be repaid or at rates in effect when the loans
were extended. Currencies that are dollar denominated or guaranteed as to rate of exchange are stated at
rates specified in the agreements.
..
NOTE.—Business- and non-business-type activities report pm-suant to Departnient Cfi-cular No. 986,
Issued Jan. 30,1956, and Supplement No. 1 (Revised), issued June 18,1985. Statements of financial condition
of business-type activities by type of fund, departinent, and agency are published quarterly in the monthly
Treasmy Bulletin.




STATISTICAL APPENDIX

323

TABLE 110.—Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other business-type- activities, and regular governmental activities, June SO, 1972 .
[In thousands of dollars]
Typeof loan and lending agency

•

U.S. doUar loans
•.—^——
rLoan
Expenditure
account 1
account

Total

Foreign
currency
loans 2

To AID AGRICULTURE

Loans to cooperative associations:
Econoraic opportunity loan fund
Farmers Horae Adrainistration:
Direct loan account
State rural rehabilitation funds
Rm-al Electrification Adrainistration
Rural Telephone Bank
Crop, livestock, and coraraodity loans:
Comraodity Credit Corporation
Farraers Horae Administration:
. Direct loan account..
:._
Emergency credit revolving fund
Storage faciUty and equipraent loans:
Commodity Credit Corporation
Farm mortgage loans:
Farmers Home Administration:
Agricultmal credit insm-ance fund
Direct loan account
Rural housing insurance fund
State rural rehabilitation fmids
Other loans:
Consumer and Marketing Service:
Milk market orders assessment fund
Economic opportunity loan fund:
Loans to aid farm or rm-al families
Farraers Horae Adrainistration:
Direct loan account
State rural rehabilitation funds
Watershed protection and other loans
Rural Electrification Admmistration:
Rural Telephone Bank
Total to aid agricultme

15,183

15,183

427,554
(*)
6,159,870
459

427,554
(*)
6,159,870
459

2,277,359
80
63,172
196,819
..

313,734
3 210,240
3 872,304
198

_

^..i

. . — -..,
2,277,359

...^

80....
63,172
196,819
313,734
3 210,240 .
3 872,304
198

613

813

37,471

.•

37,471

3 764,343
.
223
1,530

3 764,343
223
1,530

129

129

11,341,281

9,063,902

7,971
4 1,011,231

7,971
41,011,231

31,282,873
33,773,281
35

:

31^ 282,873
33.773,281
35

2,277,;

To AID HOMEOWNERS

Mortgage loans:
Housing and Urban Developraent Departraent:
Federal Housing Administration:
Corammiity disposal operations fund
Revolvmg fund
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating fimctions
Special assistance functions
Low-rent public housing fund
Interior Department:
Bmeau of Indian Affairs:
Liquidation of Hoonah housing project
Veterans Administration:
Direct loans to veterans and reserves
Loan guaranty revolvhig fund...
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Savings and Loan Insm-ance Corporation
Other loans:
Funds appropriated to the President:
Appalachian housing fund.
Agriculture Department:
Farmers Home Administration:
Self help housing land development fund:
Loans to public and private nonprofit
organizations.
Veterans Adniinistration:
Direct loans to veterans and reserves
Loan guaranty revolvmg fund
Total to aid homeowners
Footnotes at end of table.




134

134

3996,500
15,948

3 996,590
1.5,948

155,399

155,399

• 1,234

1,234 .

287

267

51,004
31,179,134

51,004
31,179,134

,

8,475,080

8,473,846

1,234.

.."

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TABLE 110.—Statement ofloans outstanding of Government corporations, other business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, June 30, 1972—Coritinued
[In thousands of dollars] •
Type of loan and lending agency

U.S. doUar loans
Total

Loan
account 1

Expenditure
account

Foreign
currency
loans 2

T O AID INDUSTRY

Loans to railroads:
, Expansion of defense production:
Treasury Depai'traent...
Other purposes:.
. .
Treasury Department:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans
in liquidation
Interstate Commerce Coniraission
Sliip mortgage loans:
Commerce Department:
Federal ship mortgage insurance fund
Maritime Administration
Other loans:
Expansion of defense production:
Interior Department
Treasury Depai'tment
. General Services Administration
. Defense production guarantees:
Air Force Department.,
Array Departnient
Navy Department
Other purposes:
, Commerce Department:
Econoraic Developraent Adniinistration:
Econoniic development revolving fund
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adrainistration:
Fisheries loan fund
.-Promotion of industry and conmierce:
Trade adjustment assistance..
Interior Departraent:
Geological Survey..
Transportation Departraent:
Right-of-way revolving fund...:
Urban raass transportation fund
General Services Administration:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation liquidation fund..
Sraall Business Adrainistration:
Business loan and investment fund
Total to aid industry

1,329

.. ,

1,329

:

.. 4„571
102,917

4,571
102,917

18,535
37,599

18, .535
37,599

'2,242
2,242
4,319

4,319

:346
.481
2,591

. 346
. . 461
2,591

2,242 .

279,189

279,189

9,152

9,152

886

886

-..

2,503

2,503 .

53,156
4,175

53,156
4,175

287
31,359,317

287
31,359,317 ___

^ 1,883,575

_.

1,878,829

To AID EDUCATION

Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
National Institutes of Health:
Loans to institutions:
Health professions education fund
Nurse training fmid
Other student loan programs
Office of Education:
Eleraentary and secondary educational activities
:.
Higher educational activities, loans to institutions...
Higher educational activities, advances for reserve funds
Higher education facilities loans fund
Loans to students in institutions of higher education..
.• . Student loan insurance fund
Social and RehabUitation Service:
Assistance to refugees in the United States
Housing and Urban Developraent Department:
College housing loans
Total to aid education
Footnotes at end of table.




3 29,988
314,305
218,.301
1,516
9,510
19,221
3 480,748
1,761^384
48,008

3 29,988 .
314,305 .
218,301 ,

'.
.

1,516
9,510
3 480,748 ...2
48,008

27,080

33,282,378

5,870,418

3,827,240

1,761,364 .

27,080

33,282,378

19,221..

2,043,178.

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TABLE 110.—Statement of loans outstanding of Govei-nment corporations, other business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, June 30, 1972—Continued
[In t h o u s a n d s of dollars]
U . S . dollar loans
T y p e of loan a n d lending agency
Total

Loan
account i

Foreigii
cmrency
loans 2

—
Expenditure

T o A I D STATES, TERRITORIES, ETC.

Commerce Department:
Economic Development Administration:
Econoniic d e v e l o p m e n t revolving f u n d .
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 m e n t :
H e a l t h Services a n d M e n t a l H e a l t h A d m i n i s t r a tion
Housing and Urban Development Department:
. U r b a n r e n e w a l programs
L o w - r e n t p u b h c housing fund
P u b l i c facility loans
R e v o l v i n g f u n d , l i q u i d a t i n g progranis
Interior D e p a r t m e n t :
B u r e a u of R e c l a m a t i o n
:
Office of Territories:
Alaska public works
.:
L o a n s for rehabilitation in G u a m
G e n e r a l Services A d m 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 ) . . .
L o a n s t o t h e D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
T o t a l t o a i d S t a t e s , Territories, e t c
FOREIGN

24,401
-193,645
64,459
3451,767
78,234

153,668 ..,.,
24,401
193,645
64,459 . . .
3 451,767
4,870

73,363 .

155,734

155,734

:

529
28,800

529
28,800

,

34,316
551,526

34,316
551,526

,

1,737,080

1,863,716

73,363 .

LOANS

F u n d s a p p r o p r i a t e d to t h e P r e s i d e n t :
L i q u i d a t i o n of foreign m i l i t a r y sales fund
MUitary assistance credits in l i q u i d a t i o n . . .
Agencyfor International Developraent:
Alliance for Progress, developraent loans
C o m m o n defense, economic, a n d triangular
t r a d e 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 foreign fu-ms a n d U . S . firms i n
foreign countries
L o a n s of predecessor agencies in l i q u i d a t i o n . . .
O t h e r loans
Overseas Private Investraent Corporation.
Agriculture Departraent:
C o m m o d i t y C r e d i t Corporation:
L o n g - t e r m e x p o r t sales credits
S h o r t - t e r m export sales credits
State Department:
L o a n t o Finland—World War I . . ^
L o a n s to t h e U n i t e d N a t i o n s
Treasury Departraent:
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 other c r e d i t s . .
Receivables from foreign b a n k i n g i n s t i t u t i o n s . . .
A t o m i c E n e r g y Conimission:
Long-terra receivables
T o t a l foreign loans
OTHER

153,668

137,290 .
664 ,

137,290 .
564 .

2,577,982 ,

2,577,962 .

57,744 .
5,733,914 .
207,706 .

57,744
5,733,914 ,
207,708

875,675 .
575,002 .
5,200

875,675
575,002

2, 709,380 .
581,889

581,869 .

2,709,380 .

3,677 .
73,704 .
1,063,738
8 3,220,328 .
2,438

3,677 .
73,704 .
1,083,738
5 3,220,328 .
2,438 .
62,776

62,778 .
« 589,506

17, 299,460

LOANS

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of t a b l e .




162,377
658,975
57,921

5,200 .

«17,888,967

Housing and Urban Developnient Department:
H o u s i n g for t h e elderly or h a n d i c a p p e d
L o w - a n d moderate-income sponsor fund
L o w - r e n t p u b l i c housing fund
R e h a b i l i t a t i o n loan fund
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 . . .

3,644,050
""'742,'880

3 523,140
3,264 .
417
187,448
4,042

3 523,140
3,264 .
417
187,448
4,042

5,288,946

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TABLE 110.^—-Statement of loans outstanding of Government corporations, other business-type activities, and regular governmental activities, June SO, 1972—Continued
[In thousands of doUars]
Foreign
currency
loans 2

U.S. doUar loans

Type of loan and lending agency
Total

Loan
account 1

Expenditure
account

OTHER LOANS—Continued

Interior Department:
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
, . Reyolving fund for loanSi
_
•
Justice Departnient:
Law Enforceraent Assistance Administration...
State Department:
Emergencies in the diplomatic and consular
.service....
,...
General Services Adrainistration:
. Liquidation of Virgin Islands Corporation
Surplus property credit sales and liquidation
activities
Veterans Administration:
Insurance appropriations policy loans
National service life insurance fund
Service-disabled veterans' insurance fund...
Soldiers' and sailors' civil relief
U.S. Government life insurance fund
. Veterans' reopened insurance fund
Veterans' special life insurance fund
Vocational rehabUitation revolving f u n d . . . . . . . . .
Sraall Business Administration:
Disaster loan fund
Total other loans
Total loan and expenditure accounts K.

. 27, .842

27,842 --..

70,039 . .:

--,

:.- .

• 70,039 ,

964 .

964 .

6,383

6,383

.-.,

110,462

110,425

37 .

1,301
899,178
12,876
6
71, 977
10, 961
30,626
134

1,301
899,178
12,876
8
71,977 . . . . :
10,951
30,628
134

8 628,248

,

3828,248

2,689,297

2,494, 994

8 49,765,677

27,992,034

74,303 .
21,773,643

.5,288,946

1 Includes trust funds.
2 The dollar equivalents of these loans are computed for reporting purposes at varying rates. If the loan
agreements stipulate a dollar denominated figure, the loans outstanding are generally valued at the agreement rates of exchange. Loans executed in units of foreign currency are valued at the market rates (i.e., the
rates of exchange at which the Treasury sells such currencies to Government agencies).
3 Participation certificates have been issued against certain of these loans under trust agreeraents by the
Governraent National Mortgage Association, participation sales fund.
4 Includes $722 miUIon representing defaulted mortgage notes and defaulted Title I, Section 2 (12 U.S.C.
1703) notes reported as acquired security or collateral on the statement of financial condition of the Federal
Housing Administration revolving fund.
6 Represents receivables of $13 million from Greece, $153 million from Japan, $2,835 miUion from the United
Kingdora, and the Japan-Ryukyu Islands settlement receivable of $220 million.
8 Loans of the Export-Import Bank of the United States amounting to $5,956 miUion as of June 30,1972,
are excluded. Pursuant to an act approved Aug. 17,1971 (12 U.S.C. 636(a)), the receipts, expenditures, and
net lending of the Bank were reclassified outside the unified budget, effective as of the close of business
Aug. 16,1971. Excludes Defense Department, Army, construction of power systems, Ryukyu Islands loan
account loans of $9 miUion..A statement of financial condition for this program was not received by the
Departraent of the Treasury.
' Excludes World War I funded and unfunded indebtedness of foreign governments, and certain other
credits shown in table 103, ..
8 Does not include foreign currency loans.
. * Less than $600.
NOTE.—The loan account/expenditure account distinction was discontinued in the fiscal.year 1972 pursuant to the OflB.ce of Manageraent and Budget Circular No. A-11, Revised, dated June 12,1972. but is being
shown here for users' convenience for the last tirae. Data foi-merly classified in the loan account is still published monthly In the Treasury Bulletin whUe the need for such data is being assessed.
This table excludes interagency loans. The Treasury Bulletin for Noveraber 1972 contained on pp. 125-171,
statistical stateraents of financial conditioii by agencies as of June 30,1972. Stateraents of incorae and expense,
and source and application of funds by agencies as of June 30,1972, were published in the Treasury BuUetin
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TABLE 111.—Dividends, interest, and similar earnings received by the Treasury
from Government corporations and other business-type activities, fiscal years
1971 and 1972

Agency and nature of earnings
1971
Agency for Intemational Development:
Development loan fund liquidation account, eamings
Mutual defense program—economic assistance, interest on borrowings
Commerce Department:
Economic Development Assistance, economic development revolving fund, interest on loans
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Interest on capital stock
,
Interest on borrowings
Export-Import Bank of the United States:
Regular activities:
Dividends
Interest on borro-wings
^
Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insmance fund, interest on borrowings
Direct loan account, interest on borrowings
Agricultural credit insurance fund. Interest on borrowings
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance fund, interest on borrowings Special risk insurance fund, interest on borrowings
-..
General Services Administration:
Federal telecommunications fund, eamings
WUliam Langer Jewel Bearing Plant revolving fund, eamhigs
Working capital fund, earnings
Government National Mortgage Association;
Management and Uquidating functions, interest on borrowings
Special assistance functions, interest on borrowings
Government Prmting Office, earnings
„
Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
National Institutes of Health:
Health professions education fund:
Interest on appropriated funds
Nurse training fund:
Interest on appropriated funds
Office of Education:
Higher education facUities loans fund:
Interest on appropriated funds and capital
Interior Department:
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon project, Interest....
Upper Colorado River storage project, uiterest.
Office of Economic Opportunity:
Economic opportunity loan fund, interest on appropriations
Panama Canal Company, interest on net dhrect investment of the
Government.
.Rural Electrification Administration, uiterest on borrowings
St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp., interest on borrowings....
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
College housing loans, interest on borrowings
Low-rent public housing fund, interest on borrowings
National fiood insurance fund, interest on borrowhigs
Public facility loans, interest on borrowings
Urban renewal fund, interest on borrowings
Small Business Administration, interest on appropriations.
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Eamings
Interest on borrowings
Veterans Administration:
Direct loans to veterans and reserves, interest on borrowings
Rental, maintenance, and repair of quarters, profits
Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended:
General Services Administration, interest on borrowings
Secretai-y of Agriculture, interest on borrowings..
Total




—-

1972

$3,853,637.89 .
12,930,38L96

$9,734,679.30

8,281,655.17

12,353,118.78

6,000,000.00
659,582,028.94

5,260,000.00
477,710,828.99

50,000,000.00
59,829,087.76

60,000,000.00
95,180,04L00

7,408,687.76
13,403,464.84 "
10,781,846.65

7,329,869.37
21,806,164.82
16,910,688.46

2,972,817.83
1,909,866.87

13,553,647.28
10,141,159.53

71,685.20
180,112.32
18,079.51

2,570,983.69
469,895.95
98,413.81

56,419,775.37
134,548,018.81
11,098,293.38

57,826,184.31
162,822,503.69
7,798, OOL 05

1,347,142.35

1,124,469.63

737,447.40

640,128.17

19,660,931.00

20,054,479.39

2,256,861.64
11,608,344.00

2,168,784.27
12,693,503.00

3,372,109.55

3,111,148.65

11,928,918.36
109,537,718.27
400,000.00 .

11,931,03L48
118,550,604.72

36,013,670.69
7,491,645.78
11,074.12
9,388,454.94
21,080,864.10
52,616.781.60

61,581,812.32
6,152,714.88
62,981.82
11,532,334.03
19,854,653.05
82,288,278.78

65,148,528.37
3,371,411.46

65,810,389.99
1,338,052.50

22,295,463.05
15,279.28

21,747,287.21
511.89

8,662,500.00 ,
212,645.55 .
1,426,441,168.67

1,378,189,283.81

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T A B L E 112.—Direct sales and repurchases of loans, fiscal years 1963-72 and monthly 1972
[In miUions of doUars]
Housing and Urban Development
Department
Fiscal y e a r or m o n t h

Export-Import
B a n k of the
U n i t e d States

Total

Farmers Home
Administration

Government
National
Mortgage
Association»

SmaU Bu.«!iness
A d m i n i s t r a I i(ni

Pi

Veterans
Administration

Officeof
Secretary'

O
Pi

o
Sales

1963
1964
1
1965
:
1986
1967
:
1968
1969
1
1970
1971
1972
.1971—July
•
August... L
Septeniber
October
November...
December.
1972—January
February.
March.....
AprU
L
May
June
I...

--

:.':
.
'-•
:

':

..
-.
:..

.....
....

1,275 .
1,150 ,
936 .
598 .
964
1,070
1,337
2.115
» 2,548
•
3,045
317
255
368
150
268
109
523
234
109
490
159
82

Repurchases

92
213
428
842
'•305
781
31
138
55
83
34
60
110
88
95
28
24
55

Sales

Repurchases

336 ..
436 124 .
63 ..
. 163 ..
91 379 -

406
269
^ 248
11 84 .

13

261
M
187
24

149 -

32

15
75

29 .

12
18

133 -119 157 ..
291 -729
974
959
1,668
2,005
2,430

308
171
352
138
92
83
523
45

• 57

• 97

6

475
124
46

()
*

1 T h i s Association w a s created effective S e p t . 30, 1968. b y a n act a p p r o v e d A u g . 1,
1988 (12 U . S . C . 17i6b).. I t retained t h e assets a n d liabilities of t h e previously existing
corporation accoimted for u n d e r 12 U . S . C . 1720 a n d 1721 a n a wiU c o n t i n u e to operate
t h e functions authorized b y these t w o sections. Excludes sales a n d purchases of t h e
secondary m a r k e t operations of t h e Federal N a t i o n a l Mortgage Association w h i c h w a s




Repurchases

Repurchases •
307:
144
264
6
50 ...
174 ...
405 .589 -.
' 287 ..
574 ..
30 .

Repmchases
34
104
33

il

:.--

Sales

Repurchases

6 .
6.
31:
120 .
2

(•)
(•).

30:

2
15
6

()
'

137
29
81
33 ..

43
34 ..

66
36 ..

20
23 ...
43 ..

2
1

1

Pl

Sales

Repurchases

«

460 . - . . . — .
342
327 " " •
105
71
.'41
2

§
W
ZP

g

(•)

38
244
368

3
14
127
14

()
*180
()15
*
35

12
12
19
1

S
S

K|

1

O

2
2
1

hrj
y^

2
2
2

y^
pi

2
1
1

a
S

M

2

>
CO

converted to p r i v a t e ownership eflective S e p t . 30,1968, b y a n act a p p r o v e d A u g . 1,1968
(12 U . S . C . 1716b).
3 Includes college housing, housing for t h e elderly, a n d p u b l i c facility loans,
*Less t h a n $500,000.
» Revised.
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Government Losses in Shipment
TABLE 113. —Government losses in shipment revolving fund, June SO, 1972
[Established July 8, 1937, under authority of the Governnient Losses in Shipnient Act, as amended (40
U.S.C. 721-726)]
SECTION I—STATUS OF F U N D
Cumulative
Cumulative
througb
Fiscal yeai-1972
through
June 30,1971
June 30, 1972

Transactions

ReceiotS'
Appropriations
Transferred from securities trust fund pursuant to:
40 U.S.C. 723
Transferred from the account "Unclaimed partial payments on U.S. savings bonds" pursuant to:
Public Law 85-354
,...Public Law 86-561
PubUc Law 87-676
Recoveries of payments for losses
Repayments to the fund
Totalreceipts

$2,417,000.00

$700,000.00

91,803.13

$3,117,000.00
.

91,803.13

50,000.00
100,000.00
625,000.00---..
496,843.68
54,772.39
3,924.32

50,000.00
100,000.00
5'25,000.00
550,618.07
3,924.32

3,683,571.13

4,438,343.62

823,258.86
'

4,435,873.68
92.57

3,612,707.29

823,258.86

4,435,968.16

70,863.84

Total expenditures.
Balance in fund

754,772.39

3,612,814.72
92.57

Expenditures:
Payraent for losses
Other payments (refunds, etc.)

—88,488.47

2,377.37

NOTE.—This statement excludes contingent liabilities for pending claims against the fund as of June 30,
1972, totaUng $141,356.44.
SECTION I I . - A G R E E M E N T S OF I N D E M N I T Y ISSUED BY T H E D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E
TREASURY
Agreements of inderanity i
Issued through June 30,1971
Issued during fiscal year 1972
Totalissued
Canceled through June 30,1972
In force as of June 30,1972

Nuraber

......
.....

1,975
16
1,991
33
1,958

Aniount
$5,147,058.51
42,366.77
5,189,423.28
1,057,192.03
4,132,231.25

1 The Governraent has not sustained any actual monetary loss in connection with its liabUity under these
agreeraents of inderanity.


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97'

TABLE 113.—Oovernment losses in shipment revolving fund, June 30, 1972—Con.
SECTION III.—CLAIMS MADE AND SETTLED
Claims
Received:
Through June 30,1971
During fiscal year 1972 and processed by:
Bureau of Accounts
Bureau of the Public Debt
.---...

Number
•

I

Amount

10,128 '$11,504,261.60

•

99
480
10,707

11,015,832.66

161
44
7

.,.

$11,875,887.73

9,967

Total claims receiyed.through June 3 0 , 1 9 7 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

89,068.70
302,369.43

478,846.75
32,460.70
2,205.65

Settled:
Through June 30,1971
During fiscal year 1972 and processed by:
Bureau of Accounts:
For payment out of the fund
For credit in appropriate accounts
, Without payment or credit.
Bureau of the Public Debt:
For payment out of the fund:
U.S. savings bonds redemption cases

526 .

Total claims settled through June 30,1972
Unadjusted as of June 30,1972

344,412.11

10,704
3
10,707

Total

11,873,757.87
1,929.86
11,876,687.73

' Revised.

Personnel
TABLE 114.—Numher of employees in the departmental and field services of the
Department of the Treasury quarterly from June 30, 1971, to June SO, 1972 ^

Organizational unit

Office of the Secretary 2
Consolidated Federal Law Enforcement
Training Center
ComptroUer of the Currency, Officeof
Customs, Bureau of
Engraving and Prhithig, Bureau of
Fiscal Service:
Accounts, Bureau of
Public Debt, Bureau of the
Treasurer of the United States, Office
ofthe
Intemal Revenue Service
Mhit, Bureau of the
U.S. Savhigs Bonds Division
U.S. Secret Service
Total employees

Increase,
or deJune 30, Sept. 30, Dec. 31, Mar. 31, June 30, crease(—)
1971
1971
1971
1972
1972
since
June 30,
1971
996

1,000

996

1,023

1,064

68

47
2,162
13,050
3,494

47
2,116
13,701
3,466

48
2,121
14,385
3,494

47
2,107
14,832
3,494

64
2,267
14,861
3,530

7
106
1,801
36

1,560
1,970

1,518
1,908

1,633
1,908

1,535
1,914

1,517
1,965

—33
—6

920
67,651
2,100
499
2,494

995
67,318
2,184
489
2,640

974
961
67,498 3 80,118
2,190
2,296
474
474
2,653
2,712

963
72,624
2,424
480
2,874

43
6,073
324
—19
380

96,833

97,280

98,254

104,613

7,780

111,313

1 Actual number of employees on the last day of the month and any Intermittent employees who worked
at any time durhig the month.
2 Includes Office of the Assistant Secretary for International Affairs.
8 Includes seasonal employees.




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